The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1944 · Page 6
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4-AOKBH BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.),.COURIER NE\?S the other- incidences SIRANGK Itlil) FK!,1,O\VS War makes strange bed fellows. This conflict lins been an education in itself for the bays who have nibbed elbows with iwople froiii all over the world; brought experiences they doubtless could not hav c arranged with all kinds of money, and many which ".they do not cay.- to remember. But, on ' hand, they havc ; been that likely will linger long jn their fond memories, many whicli have only passing Insignificance but play a large part In their mental welfare, For instance, Corp. Guy U Rod- gcrs twice wrote his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rcdsers of nn Interesting account of an experience with a small French boy, n youngster who, I presume,-tins come face to face with the erlni realities of i may linve cost lilm id' Roberts And Kneilsen Win At Arena "Rough Red" Roberts and "Stocky" Kneilsen',celebrated the return of the titlan-rialred ace meanie after a brief absence by making a clean sweep of Promoter Mike Meroncj's wrestling program with George IThe Biter) .Dennett'and Joe Estes last night at the American Legion arena. Roberts, downed the smaller Estes, substituting at the last moment for Roy Allen who was unable to up- pear, in Ihe first piclimintuy Kneilsen followed the victory suit of Ills partner by .flattening Bennett in their,ad-minute encounter, then teamed with Big Red to take the boys into_ x camp via straight falls in the tag match feature. . Not A Dud, Despite,the overwhelming .superiority of : Roberts and Kneilsen, tin: match was far from a dud. Quite the contrary, it .was n fun session from start to finish, n bruising, battering affair with a comical vein running 'throughout 'that kept a packed'house in stitches and sent. them away In good humor. j war "'"' Bennett, one of the most durable, lol ' eci ones -. and rugged wrestlers ever to grace Iu t , hc fl . lsl lcllel '' written from the Legion Ting, started the fire- »»'«*«« m Fiance with the OiSlli works early In the feature when he °"'"'«"ce Company. APO 350. Guy inaugurated a biting campaign to ' ———— offset the tremendous weight dif- rest period, the l»ys really went to ference enjoyed, by the opposing team. Every chance he got he reached down'and took a bite, be it the lower southern exposure of the an- stamy, a thumb, finger, leg, or what have you. Estes joined in ihe siiat- c'gy and for a lime they had Roberts and Kneitsen afraid to take hold for .fear of bringing back a flub or imprints of a set of genuine teeth. But In the end that line o\ attack failed to cope; with the power contained in the big fists of Hod and Stocky and the biters went the way of the flesh. Roberts Treats Fans Roberts in his own inimitable way also provided a major portion of the laughs. Naturally, he centered his attacks on Referee Aferoncy, a choice subject for his tricks and attacks.-This time hs took special pains to work On Mike's bruised nose, and he did a fair country pob. The referee will attest, to that, to say nothing of his bruised If ak. Tim first fall during the tag match wns little shorl.'of a riot as Bennett and Estes .exploded their new mid unheard of biting 'campaign. And it was so effective that Roberts nnd Kneilsen 'had some difficulty per' suading the'other to lake over upoi •tagging.him;:;But they countered .with a power powder and it-proved more deadly than the bit. They con. cenlrated; their efforts on Estes anil eventually, eliminated him first after 20 vir'ulent, humorous infinites Roberts gained the fall with a bruising surfboard and arm stomp. DOPE BUCKET BX Jf. F. FKOND Bennett, as tough as a modern restaurant steak, succumber 10 minutes 1st er .with a reverre body Kneilsen had the honor.' Coming out' from' the I0-miniilo town with everything they had. The main difference was that Robert's and Kneilsen had !oo much; &tcs ind Bennett too llltle. The result: •Ictory for the first pair. Kneilsen had Estes all but thrown vhcn Bennett rushed Into the ring nnd pulled him olf, prolonging the agony. Later, Estcs returned the favor as all milled for several min- itcs Inside the ring. Kneilsen clip- Jed Bennett with a pair of resounding kangaroo kicks, followed by the usual body pin, to defeat Bennett. Then Roberts and Kneilsen started n on Estcs, who hue! been n thorn n the Ilesh nil evening, and put :ilm through the massage mill. They hammered him from pillar to post without attempting to throw him until Referee Meroncy stepped In and stopped the slaughter with Estes definitely on the toboggan and going down hill. The combined lime was 14 minutes. Millies Giillanl Hid Battling a big weight' and si'/.c difference, Estcs made ii gallant fight in the initial match with Roberts which opened the eanl. However, he fell victim to the typical Roberts style — choke and more choke—and was beaten in 12 minutes. Fecidlsts a long time, Bennett and Kneilsen staged a shigfcst for benefit of the overflow, enthusiastic crowd and It was a honey! They left their best manners, and most of their science, in the dressing room and proceeded to punch the other around for the best part of 10 min- mtn-i utes before Kneilsen laid George \ov. y pin. with a couple of kangaroo kicks Both received neat shiners from Ihe bitter battle. "TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, Penned: "There is a little French kid who visits me in the evenings. He can speak English a little—well, better than I speak French, He talked for quite a while. I gave him my wornout slippers, some oranges and other small things. He thanked me over and over again, shook my hand and as he. walked off kept on thanking me. "He was about nine years old and quite dirty. (Water Is scarce In the towns). I guess I'll be seeing more of him as time goes by." KID COAIJiK HACK And sure chough, It wasn't long before the little fellow was back. Two days later 'Guy wrote: "My Jltlle .French friend pulled « good one last night. He got some wood nnd waterproof papers and built himself n bed In a foxhole close (o my tent. He said he was going to stay with us. Then at sup- pcillme h n borrowed a mess kit and got In line with us for supper. But after supper we got a jeep and had him taken home. He lives about three miles from here. He is reallv n smart little fellow." Corp. Hodgers icvealed'that he Isn't very far from Lieut. Odic Rice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis I. Rice and one of the first muses to hit tbc French coast after the Invasion on D-day, and plans to see her as soon as conditions will permit. Though some distance back of the lines. Guy told of going up for a look and the sights there were not very pleasant. "Last night I went up the road about 40 miles. Saw quite a few of .hcse towns that had practically Ijeen leveled to the ground. It was a terrible sight nnd I cnn't sec how ,lie Germans escaped death In any of them. If you will notice In the July 3rd Issue of Life ni.ignv.liic you will sec what 1 mean by leveling and destruction of towns. I guess /ou saw similar scenes In the lust war. eh, Dad? Willie J. [lid have n very good look at similar sights during'World War I. He wns in France for over year and quite, probably passed the same place where his son now is carrying on In his stead. ENGLISH TAKE FANCY When Guy was In England he frequently visited In the home of a *Mr. and Mrs. Johnson nt Lincolnshire, after meeting them at Methodist chapel. Though a Baptist, he attended (he chapel as regularly us he could and soon made friends with lh c British. Mrs. Johnson wrote a very. ver> ince letter lo Mr. and Mrs. Rod- scrs in which she highly complimented the Blythevillc boy on his mnmiors, disposition and clean living. "We soon made friends with him" Junior Game To Be Played On Wednesday •Hie nlytlicvlltc Junior High Pa- pooscs will |>ry off their 1014 season n day earlier than originally planned. Coach Sylvester "Pop' Moslcy has announced that his charges and tile Osceola Scinlnole reserves will (jet. off tliolr grid nrKiimcnl Wcd- ncatay night at Haley Field, Instead •of Thursday, starting lime Is 7:30. "Pop" explained the game was moved up a day )>y agreement. Coach IIoniIT liourns of the Sem- inolcs preferred to play Wednesday, since he likely will use some of his boys in the game at Ilnjjhes Friday nielli. "Pop", who drives the local high Kchooj bus, will be necilQcl to take the Hlythcvllle Chickli to Ut- lle liock ThurMlny for their Friday night conference struggle with the heavily favored Bengals. "Pop" will imikc two changes In the lineup which he planned to start in the rained out game at. Osceola last week. He will switch Billy Wayne McFarland (140) from right halfback to fullback, ami Mose Simon (150) lo ihu right halfback spot. The rest will be the same: Don Huey (120) and Harvey Eaton (125) at th 0 ends; Gerald Hcngnn (150) and Don Beslmrse (MO), tackles; Hilly Bracey (140) and Billy liob Elliott (125), guards; and R, 13. Hodge M<10), center; Jack Elliott (HO) and IDickle Grcenwcll (135), backs. The Pap mentor indicated he vould us e every member of his iqunct regardless of the score. In r :Iuded on the reserve list are: Bnnch, Lucien Coleman, Millhorn, ~Hlom, Louis Davis and Richard linn, linesmen; Eugene O'Brien, liu-olcl Trnylor and R, A. Friend, jacks, Coach Bourns has named the foj- owln« starters for Osceola, Ma•ion Downs (125), left end; John Ullicrap (105), left tackle; jjmmh Hart (130), left guard; TommJ Bannister USD), center; Bobby Williams U30), right guard; Bobby Foster <135), right tackle; Harmon Kissell (130), right end; Jerry Wiseman (130), quc.rterback; Billy Sheldon, ]25), left halfback; Eugene Shaneyfclt (126), right halfback; and Jimmy Carlisle (145), fullback. Landis To Miss Series First Time In 44 Years CHICAGO, Oct. 3. (UP)—Judge Kencsaw M. Landts, 18-yeiir-old commissioner of baseball, will miss Ills first World Series during 41 years as base;>u;l's ranr. ThL- judge's office said that because of a slight illness the doctor has furbluuen Landls to travel, and so he will not go to St. Louis for the .series. Field Trial Dates Set HOONEVILLK, Ark., Oct. 3. (UP) —The Arkansas-Oklahoma Field Trial Club will hold its fall meeting Saturday iintl Sunday, Nov. 18 and 19 nt Hoonei'ille. The shooting dog stake will Ix; run Saturday. Prizes will be 100 pounds of dog food, money and club president's, trophy. . The amateur all-age, the amateur derby, and the open derby, and the open all-age, subscription stake will be run Sunday. Prl/cs of $50, $300 nnd 5200 will be awarded In the last named. R. f. Kirshner Suffers Injury While Gardening R. F. Kirshner almost severed his left thumb while gardening Sunday afternoon at his country home on Highway 01 North. A sharp hoe cut his thumb so severely live stitches were taken to close the wound. A tetanus shot nlsa was administered. Steve O'Neill Again To Pilot Detroit In '45 DEJHOIT, Oct. 3 (Up)_T)ic Detroit Tigers have signed Steve O'Neal as manager for 1945. It Is the third straight one year contract for O'Nell] who was brought up from Beaumont, Texas, In the Texas League, to manage the Bengals in 1943. At the same lime the club announces that Dick Wakefield — hard-hitting outfielder star — has been ordered to report for induction at Chicago Oct. 17. Wak'efield was dischraged from the Navy at Iowa Pre-Fltght School when the Navy cut down It's flying program. , New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows Nightly 8:00 P. M, Matineca Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Tuesday "EVER SINCE VENUS" wilh Alan Mowlnuy .t Ann Savage Serial & Short Wednesday & Thursday "COBRA WOMAN" with Maria Montez & Jon Hall Fox News & Short Infantile Paralysis Suspected At Yarbro i Two cases of illness at Yarbro may be Infantile paralysis but the diagnosis Is not yet coVnplcte, it has been announced. Rumors that there arc several cases cf Infantile paralysis lu that community are said to be unfounded with none yet reported in Mississippi County. Thomas Jefferson gave the present-day Democratic party the name ol 1 Republican party In 1792. ? S S S $ S $ P hillips Wants Cars - We need Used Cars to v> fill the demand from 1 people engaged in wor.lt <f> important to the war ef- ' fort. If you release j r our <*> cai- for more essential service than it .may be ^ rendering now we will pay you in Cash tiie full *" value under the price ceiling regulations nnrl ™ you do not violate any <s, laws. You do not have to spend money putting ^ your car in shape to sol! it. We do that without </-, any comeback on you for repairs. Sell Your Idle Car For Cash to Phillips Motor Co - Tel. 4S3 Walnut at Sill she writes, "chiefly through his ovcly disposition and dear, quiet way of living, in fact, we try to nakc our home his home, and tell ilm to turn In any time when he is in town nnd has nothing better to do. "He apixMirs to bo very happy with the family, at least It passes for him a litlle happier time for him than being in camp too long, us he does not care to mix with some of them, being a non-drinkcv, etc., liimself> And his type of life suits us right well "We think n lot about him he is a dear lad, we know you must miss him very much, he is such a dear lad; always alike. "How we parents long for the time when broken families will be reunited aoaln. I have one son, who is in the Air Force, but at present, is not far .away. . . . "My husband and I are not called upon' to (to much by age account, but my liubby leads 1 a very active life uclnj in .the'Fire Service, also Observious' Coh>s; and running a saddler and shoe repairing business, loo. .'.'... HEIP VOUR NEIGHBOR AND YOU HEtP YOUR COUNTRY They Builded Better Than They Knew Prices have been greatly reduced on house- wares! The reductions listed below are strictly subject to stocks now on hand... So SHOP EARLY! When i,c rc . the shoes rials ant] )ii g |, ly skilled workmanship make Die footwear smarl, new looking lie- sides nilclmg' miles and milo.; 0 J comfortable wear. ^ Come to the modern, complete •ft, CH1CKASAW West Main Near 21st St. Sat starts 12:45; film, starts 1:45 Nlffht shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens G:45 Continuous shows Sat. and Sun. Tuesday BUDDY NITE 2 Tickets For (he Price of 1 "ALIAS BOSTON BLACKIE" with ' Chester Morris Also Comedy Wednesday & Thursday Double Feature "REVEILLE WITH BEVERLY" with Ann Miller, llob Crosby anil , His Kami and 'PETTICOAT LARCENY' Mi fli Ruth War rick R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAY NIGHTS Box Office Opens 7:15—Show Starts at 7:36. SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS Box Office Opens 1 Show Starts 1:15 Tuesday & Wednesday "FOLLOW THE LEADER" with The East Side Kids UKO News Disney Comedy Regular 49.95 KOLGAS STOVES, Only 6 of these coal heaters in stock With the help of the neighbors, many - a little red schoolhouse was built. That readiness to help the folks down the road and the family across the square was the strength of our early America, the foundation for our democracy. Because of it, we have a greater heritage to defend than any other people on Earth. , ' In these wartime days, the spirit of neighborliness so characteristic of our people is again paying dividends. Did you ever dream ten years ago that today you would pull up to the curb and offer a ride to a stranger? That you would have a bundle of salvaged pnpcr ready when ihe Boy Scouts called? That you would walk home with awkward packages because your dealers Lave difficulty making deliveries? When you aid your neighbor, you aid your country. Isn't it surprising how many tilings QUO person can do to help win the war? Ari-ouBor-Busch produces materials which go info (he n,anufactviro of: Rubber. Aluminum . Medicines - B Complex ViUmlm - Hospital Diet, feeds • Paper • Soap and Tcxtiles-lo name a few Budwe People it ho gtt mulls agree that there ii no substitute/or lard nort ami also that Tcci'allon ami relaxation are cuential to accomplishment, la jour U'cll-cariifd leisure. Select a tcrcragc of moderation. A tall, Hatefy glau 0} Smliceiser is a standing imitation to make yoifr- wsmeiils of relaxjlioii complete. A N , H E U 5 E R - B U S c SAINT LOUIS JIFFY LADDERS-12ft. long, Originally priced 8.95 ... Now Modern ICE REFRIGERATORS 50 Ib, Capacity. Were $35 Now GLASS TUMBLERS Bright Designs. Were lOc each . Now, each Reg, 18,95 MARBLE TOP KITCHEN TABLE $15 All Steel MEDICINE CABINET with Mirror ... $3.50 50 Ib, LARD CANS with top 50c PYREX CUSTARD CUPS 5c and lOc ELECTRIC TIE PRESSERS 75c Many Values Not Listed Here—Shop Our Modern Store! GDOD/YEAR IRES, " GOODYEAR Open 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 Tuesday 'Dancing Masters' with Stan Laurel & Oliver Hanly Selected Shorts Wednesday & Thursday 4?0 W. Main Phone 2492 News of the nay Short

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