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•PAGE". SIX BLYTOEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWH Badger and Coon Dog on Program Along Will) Grapplers Tonight. By J. I'. Fltli;vi) I De-spile tlie forecast of "cloudy. | locnl IhuiulershGv.'crs-. Monday." the American Legion athletic committee officials this morning were gong ahead with their original plaits lo stage the wrestling show at the own ah 1 arena at the Lr- Ilion hut. on Second street, t<>- uight. •However, in the event of rain or cooler weather, it is iniitc likely tli.it Mike Meroney's double feature will lie held fit the National Guard Armory. .• -Don C'oilez, flashy t>i>antarct. who last week was impressive though losing to the local <:hoh:e, 1-Yi'ddle Knickle, will attempt lo jjel Inln Hie winning column on Ills wiromt 11 ppea ranee l:y bcAlIni; Toimnie Tiifscs. Chicago, 111., star in Hie fcsluro event, ."Wild Hill" Hush. Nashville. Tenn.. 105 pounds «r bratt-n nnd wivstlins skill, returns to Tllylhe- ville after an extended absence, meeting Jimmle Knox (183). lii- loxi, Miss., in the lirsl, match, stalling at 8:15. Preceding the matches a fl^ht lo a finish battle will be waged between a badger nnd a 'coon dor,. Hotli nntmals wUI he securely chained to the ring posts, eliminating clnneer to the fans. Fast Matches T.ikdy Bolh malclies promise lo be fast nnd featiiml by scientific wrestling. Bolh Tr.ssos and Corlc?. are rpccdy afoot and have a wide knowledge Df the mat Riimc. Tns- scs wus selected to appear on the ."ccond match hero against, Knickle. lositis to the Birminishmn cn- Iry after a sensational match that took almost nn hour. Corte/, gave nway some six or seven pounds nnd tint up a gallant IHjIit aentnst, Freddie. Ite is one of the most skillful men ever to show here. Neither "Wild Hill" nor Knox Is a stranger to local fans" Both have .shown here several times, though net lately. Hush is a powerful »lan|.. nnd earned his mon- icker because of his Vwild" Indies In Hie squared circle. He features his powerful arms and legs and puts on a good show while doing it A former prize fighter, who swapped Hie padded gloves for the p-imt and groan ail. Knox Is quite nclept in the use of his hands. However, he doesn't orcll- , narily exercise his pugilistic wares until forced to quell nn Mprislni; by his opponent. Matchmaker Me- raiey writes that he wields n "wi.-ked (1st and Is a dnrn good v.TMtler, loo." Girls Softball Games for Tonight Called off The Bills' sofllKill K.IIIII-S, srhril- uled for tonlgut, have been called off ' because of rain, It was annoimcci) this nlti'moon by .lack ApplrlKiiini. Southern Alhinta Nudivilli- .... I.itllp Hock .. New Orleans Chattanooga Illrinlnrlinm Meiiuihlti .... ICnuxville ... Xallntial St. I on Is .. New York . Pillsbngh . Chicago — Huston Um-iniiiili . Philadelphia Hru.klyn ... W, L. Pet. '26 4 .8(17 'M 14 .filli). 17 1:1 .Ml) Hi 1-1 .633 M 17 AM i:l 20 .391 11 -21 .311 !l 23 .2111 W. I.. Pet. 17 0 .051 17 ID .GliO'i M 12 .M lit IS .51)11 I'll 14 .4112 1:1 u; .41:1 i a" n't ,40) n 17 ,B;I American f.e a cue W. N;°w York . lio.Mon Cle.ve.luml ., Detroit Chicago .... \Vashliinlon . Philadelphia SI. Louis ... I'd, .•ion .c« .(J07 .sou .530 .481 .370 .171! Defeats Newport Twice, Tics for l.e;ul; Osceola, Jonesboro Split. West Plains defeated Newport 111 two Bullies :il Newport. Sunday lo go Into a tic 1 v,ilb the Newport club for first place in [lie North- cast Arkansas I.iacue. Newport had been leading, and holding tni(lis])iiteii .way, almost, from the very stun of [lie .season, but. Hie Missouri club caufihl up yesterday, winnlni! i'i lo fi ami 4 lo 3. Tikwlck hulled Ihe (list lii- uniph and, wns called on to relieve Pnvllgu In tin- second BIIIIIC'. Al Guveolii 11 n' Indians and lite Jone.'Jwro Ciliuils broke even In Iwo ennuis. 'I'lie (Hauls look the of a double header, (J the Indians came buck aee hurler, suffer- the opening came. Hall ul June.s- l)oro hit, for Hie circuit In each Ki'iiic. The Ualcsvllle While Sox and Ihe I'aruKoiild Rebels divided Iwo t;inni'S al I'aragoiild. The White Sox lock the lirsl., :t to 1. handing Collier, I'arugoiid hurler, hLs (list defeat. 1'araijould eaine back lo win UIG second. 2 tu 1, when Williams' error on llaydcn's IM'oumlei- allowed McDonald to retire from second. Norlhcast Arkansas League W. I. Pot, Ncwiwrt 7 II .100 West Plains 7 :i .100 Osceola ft 5 ,[>00 Pnragonld ilonesboro Jiatesville r> s ft 5 :t 7 •i 7 .500 .:wo .300 ,— IN THE 500— TRIES AGAIN TH-enty-thrce of the SG men who signed the Dcclaralion of 'Independence had attended college. , , Aflce repented atlcmpls lo annex the 500"tliilc Memorial Day iiulo'mpbite grind nl (lie Indianapolis Speedway, Chel Miller is back for another whirl. Wilier, of the Detroil racing WiHers—the olhcr is Al—is driving one of Mike Boyle's entries, an eight-cylinder, jfronl- wheel at'-vc nsscmbl;'. JIONDAY,- MAY 18, .15)3(5 11V SIII'HMAM MOJ>'TJtOSK N'l'A Smlcc Stall Correspondent HAN FHANCIHCO-Because of u change in deer hunting reuu- latlons, which permits taking u forked-horn Rocky Mountain mule deer bucks, Caiifornla sportsmen mid conservationists fear thai H I( . slate's most important .species i>! gams Is threatened with extinction, 'Ihe successful qiresl for one of the.' mighty lords that, range the lava beds of Modoc, and lessen ccuntli,'s Is to the average sportsman the nimrdd's crowning achievement. This teautlfnl animal Is noted for his slue, hh massive antlers, and sagacity In hunU'is. IJefore tin? unlawful to buck bearing fewer Ihan points on each side. In tlie spring of 19:15, however, (he state legislature, passed a "conservation" measure, permitting each hunter lo kill one buck bearing a minl- Ihe c«,mp:irallvely .small area Ihat ii, the nnim.il's native hablt-u In 1027. slart ( ,f the pie.wil "tatf" K.vf.u-m Inauguraled hy the Division ol Fish and Clamc SOU mule deer were killed In Moiloc mid l.asiien counties. Total kill lu Ihe state lhai year was 13M7 In IMS",, however, the lotnl kill had Mov.n to 't.Ktt. a s opjicscd to a kill over the entire state ol '2\.Vj't. 11!. eaj imntlrj, despite vigilance or game wardens. Is believed to mum lime incrensed in recent years due to economic stress anil un- eii)|;l(ijriu-nt. Dtirhif. v.'lnter mon- tlis, ulien mule deer herds are K I .sn,j'.'.l,(,uiid. Illegal liunleis 'ire , i ' :lil1 I" l"kc a tcrritie loll. i season, It v.'a;: shool a mule deer Shri'p Cra/lng [teitures Dm- IVedinj; Cr»uiuls Khcep ifr.ixlng, which has in- ei>-asi-d enoi iiioiisly in Ihe Menloc reiiion during recent years, is ;aid 10 l;e another factor whieh reducing mule deer herds. The Baseball Results lllierii League 5-li, Meinjiliis 3-7. nirmlni'hnm 4-4, Knoxville ll-l illisl j'limc 17 innings). Illtle IJock :i-7. Chattanooga !-!, Allanla nl New Orleans, ruin. Nadunal I.eactie Cinelnnall 3, Brooklyn 2. SI, I.'.-uls .10, I'hllndelplifn :(. New York !}, Plllsbiiigli U. Chieaco at Buston, rain. Amcrlean l.eaKiic El, Louis 8, I'lillndeliihlii B. New York «. Cleveliind 4. lioslon H, Chlcngo 7 Dclroll a, Washington 7 Today's Games Smilhern I.racue Clmllanooga at Mempliis Nnshvlllc nt Little Rock. Knoxvllle at New Orleans. Allanln at Ulniiinglniin. National League Chicago at lioslon, St. Louis tit Philadelphia, ritlsburgh al New York. Cincinnati at lirooklyn. Anirrreaii l.eapiie Washington at Detroit. New Ycrk at Clevelantl. lioslon at Chicago. Philadeliihln at St. Louis. of ,two points on each side. The measure was passed be- cnrse of consistent reports lh-.il many Ioi'ki'0-horn bucks were killed and left lo rot by careless ghrolcivi who had fired at Ihe (list sight of horns, and who "Imdiri bothered lo count Ihe points." Immedinlely. a slonn of'prolest over the nicnsure arose. Repre- the voice of opponents of the law is James C. Jnnnau. president of Ihe l;er of Cojninei'ci "The present will destroy the says, Allurns Cham- law eventually mule deer," he Weishl of liter Tumbles; UlEhnatc Destruction Seen "In past years it was possible for a hniler to pick' his deer, i and specimens ranging - from 3f>3| lo more than -100 pounds we.m cut of Modcc enmity. Dry weather din-In;;, the last decade has whittled 5U pounds from the av- ciaye deer, and the foikcd-horn law caused Lhe general avcrai;" lo be around 150 pounds this S'.'a- SCIll. 'Unless the forked-liorn law is repealed. 1 believe that in nimlher liccnde It will be n raiity to sec a deer In these inonilnlns that will dress 100 pounds. "There were, hundreds of barren does this year. \Ncxt season there will lie. more. I can see the ultimate destruction of deer in these foresl.s if the present wanton slaughter is continued." Where only a few Ineal sportsmen .sought mi'te deer 10 year.-; a(;o, now opening day sees thousands of niimods pouring into elleel of over(!ra/ln : ,. by these animals is apparent In many localities, and reduces Hie food supply available lo nude deer. SliMlenls of flame manaifvmetiL believe I lie problem is more Ilian lon'l to California. Forked horns. they -say. ale the best breeding sleek, and other states have found Unit it. is not wise to kill oil (lie breeding stock before (hey have bad a ehnncu to reproduce, their kind. Tiie Division of Pish and (lame. Department, of Natural Rc- saim-s, has the power, upan con- rent of the governor, to close any area lo hunting where added protection Is needed for yamn for :iuch period as the director may cie.si^jmtL 1 . In tills power, many feel, is the only iiojie of salvation of mule, ilenr until the present law is repealed. liiiyon Dresses for Needy SAN FRANCISCO (Ul')—Chio inelropolitnn life as well as climatic conditions make it necessary for women anil girl clients of Ihe WPA to have better clothes inn ordinarily provided, ollicials splained to the 'Kmcrgcncy Re- rf Council. Hence rayon prod- Is instead of cotton prints are •ing used in the sewing projects. end Courier News Classified Ads llcfore You Buy Any Oallmard - Sec the. NKPTUNE 845 2 n. r. Single {!yl. (Oilier Sixes to 1C IT. P.) lUIliliAUD TIKIO & MATTKRY CO. SEA AIR,. DESERT k\K.. ANYWHERE They're Jresh! "I KEEP A LIGHTHOUSE ... WHERE THE AIR IS DfiMP. Here on Long Island,cijjarctles gel soRfy in tlie package, dir.osl overnight. But tti.it new cfoufc.'e Ccl/o^hcne wrapping solves the problem lor Umtlc-Mtllow Old Golds. . The cignrctles keep fresh as new-laid eggs." A. A. MCLINTOCK . . . t'nlon's AWIc UsMnouse. "I KEEP A RANCH HOUSE... WHERE THE AIR IS DRY. Smokes B el dry as dust out here in trie sa B cl>iush counlry. Tliat double Cellofiniinc O.G. p,ick.-i|jc sure Iwj made n liit out here. Tlie cig.v icllcs jl.iy ns IrcsK ns my Sunday suit." DAVE NlMMO ...Cheyenne, Wyoming T HERE arc many varieties of weather in the U.S.A.—most of them hare! on cigarettes. The new double Cellophane Old Gold package Is the solution to the weather problem. Tioo jackets, double Cct/o/^one, keep out dryness, dampness.,. every foe of cigarette goodness. Each jacket is moislure-proof Cellophane — the highest quality obtainable. That assures fresh cigarettes in any climate. Lose First Club Match by Margin Sunday. Intel-Close --i! back Blythcville country Sunday at Braggadocio News ftev. and Mrs. Gooch Misses Roberta J No '" Juie. i :boro ;j tiu* invading club golfers in defeat the Jone.sboro country club In -. a --- that was only decided as the last players finished. The score was 33 to 28. J. Uii.slck turned m UK low medal score on ihe par 72 route (l-.vo limes around) with a oa while B, A. Lynch paced the Blyllievllle golfers with a 09, two below par. liesulls of the Individual matches: John Lent! (B) 70. 1 point J Biisick (J) OS, 2 points; 'l.eo Lint/enich IB*- 70, 1 point v D Turner (.1) 74, 2 polnls- ll'iil Pollard i HI 75, 2 points, I,. D, EXskew (J) 78; B. A. Lynch (B) «') :t Points, J. V/. Bosick Ul 70- Bob KiiEhner <n> 78, Harry Archer (ji 75. 3 points; Harry Halites (B) 78. '> points. N. C. I'uryear (J) CO; Cecil Shane (B) 72, 3 [mints Fraonfc Thorpe (J) 7c- James Terry (B) 80. Dr. Sloan (J) 78. 2 poinls; Russell Fan- (B) 78. 2 points, Dr. Liillerloh (J) 82. 1 point.; E. B. Gee (B) 82 Dean 13111s (J) 75. :t points-' C M. Buck (B) 70, i p oinli ' Em .ij Jones (J) 80; Farmer England (B) 84. L. W. Murphy (J) HI, 2 point.;. Byron Morse (B) 81, 2 points Buck Pryor (J) 81, 1 polnl; Jell Roland (B) 80, 2 points. Major Ccrklc (J) 81; U/JwIl Branson (111 89. Dr. Ovei^trcct (J) til, •> points; G. G. Camlill (111 117 Sonny Puryear (J) 82, 2 poinls; Floyd Acton <B>. 79. 2 poinls. Joe Barrett (J) 80; Jlmmie Beli (Il> 93, Dr. Hornei- (J) 84, 2 points; Bill Alflick (B) (10, 1 point. R. H. Wall (J) 8B. 2 points; Cr. G. Ilubbard (B) 8f>, 2 poinls. rtoy Pcnix (J) 88, 1 point; W. T. BarneU (B) 82, :i poinls, M. II. Ladd (J) 91; Oscar Feiwller iB) 95. 1 point. Mrs. Puryear Ul 03, 2 points; 'Cecil Branson (B) 85,. Mrs. Corkle (J) 81, 3 points. Dick Relnsma (B), Andy Cusick tJ), 3 points. . Monday for St. j^onis to tlie liuptlst convention. Miss Monnn Kolt is vlsltltm het tistcr, Mrs. Jack Wilkerson, of 3i!emp)ils. Thirteen received diplomas nv! graduation exercises hcd In tlie scliool gyniiiasiniii the ni^ht, ol May 12. Mai-flmll Blicn-al was hrouclit home Tlnir.sdny from the hospital following un appendix oi»miion. Al Curtis, who broke two ribs in a fall from si. ladder recently very 111. The Methodist ladles served, the Alumni Banquet at Ueering (lie of May 8. Miss Rebecca Cicoch entertained a group of elrls with u bunking paily Thursday night. Drs. Wcrt & Wert OI'TOSIKTIMSTS Over Jne Tsnncs' Ktoro "WE M<\KK 'KM SEK" Phone 5^0 WELDING & ACI;TYI,IVNI: I'llOMI'T SKUV1CK UEASONAliLli TIUCI'S Barksdale Mfg. Co. 12 DANCSJ HVKKY NICII'I' '!'() T1IK MUSIC OF Tony D'iVIoro and Mis Orchestra FOUR DAY FLOOR SHOW lluh Class Acts — Direct from Illllinore Club, SI. l.oui; TEKIUSDAY THliOUCM SUNDAY * All leading liranils or Heer, Wines, Wins- keys nnd Cordials. Onlv ' Cover Cliarjjrft 1'or Coti[}k. ' TItY OU!J IMT UAUliKCUU TASTY SANOW1 CHICS Cifc'iirettcs $1.25 Cin-tiiii On Highway 01, 4 Miles North of Slalo Line ai; Holland Iluljert ULley, 1'i-oiirictor OF"ALL THREE" LOW-PRIO DOUBLE-ACTION HYDRAULIC BRAKES Plymouth's double-actio do not depend on 'Svra (ns m Icft-li llm j picture in^ pressure thruu£ Ifyd Established 1760 2 BACKETS, -DOUBLE "CELLOPHANES The Safest of "AUThree" AND YOU GET ALL THESE OTHER BIG FEATURES N OTK THAT PLYMOUTH IS not Only tlio safest of "All Three"... hut 1 also (lie inoslec(inomiea). Owners l,onst IS to 2t inilca jx;r gallon...ptieiionienally low oil consumption and upkeep expense. Only Plymouth n f "All Three" oilers all such great, economy features as: 0- cylimlcr"I,-]iead" engine simplicity ... full-length water jackets... (iircc- tioiutl waterclrciilalioa... calibrated ignition...four piston rings...four main hearing crankshaft. Tune in i:d Wvnn anil nraliam MrN'am BUILT LIKE A PULLMAN CAR Like a modern railroad concli, riymoulh's body is slccl. .. Safcty-Stccl. ISody and massive steel carfrflmc (orm Q single unit . . . (Jive safest nnj (juiciest molor car body conduction (odjyl EASY TO BUY Plymouth is priced with tlie Irmcsl. . .nnj you can buy a new Plymouth for only $25 n month.The CormncrcialCrcdit^o.offers nil Chrysler, Dodge ond DcSuco dealers terms Ihat make Plymouth easy lo buy. AMD IIP. USTAT FflCTORY, DETROIT 5PIC1AI EQUIPMENT EXTRA "Look at All Three" before buying. Today, they're priced about alike, but Plymouth gives greatest extra- value...is the roomiest...handles rosiest. Ask any Chrysler, Dodge or DC Solo dealer lo arrange a Iryonl. PLYMOUTH DIVISION or CIIRYSUR CORP. . c Tuesday Nis'ils. WMC, 7:M C. s. T. "Lowest in Uiikeep" "TlrlTlnjl Ifiroujjli Ixv^^, *an.1 nnd ruts la all In a tlny's work." Kays Oil Field Sunmisor N. l>. (iin.lry, (if (Monroe, Tcm. "'(Till oil country licks oilier cars . . . hut not Plymouth! At first I cnuUin't hc- Ilero I unsftvtltnji 2.1 mites ti> Iho Ration. So I Inillt men quart tcalcr. Yes. sir, 23 miles is llic TiAurc." CHRYSLER, DODGE AND DE SOTO DEALERS -•«•.•. :-~? •'/>-.•.

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