The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1943 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 19, 1943
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BLTTBiVItLE '(ARK;) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 19131 Four-VeW-Olcl $ e {e'a t s I'Favoritcs At Hot Springs; •Mixer Second HOT SPRINGS, March 10. — Hanging up- his firsl victory of Ihe.ycai 1943, G. Felkncr's Alta- uoss uiiset tlic favoillcs. Thursday afternoon nt Oaklawn Park when he won the (calmed fourth race, n six Jurlong sprint of the allowance class. The four-year-old chest hut son of'Mate-Lull found the oval to his liking nnri led from start to finish to beat Mrs. W. Ruiaid's favored Mixer lo the wire by two lengths. A 'length bad: o! Mixer came Mrs. J, J. Heltchc's f a s I' finishing. Meggy. With Jpckoy G. Wallace In the saddle, Albaiross broke on top, established si-comfortable lead with Mixer ne'.er loo close, and had plenty left in Hie clilvc lo win without 'trouble. Mixer was never far back, but Meggy came out ot the ruck to gel;the show. The race was riddled by • Idle scratches due to Ihc :track, conditions, leaving only seven of (he original U horses in Ihe-field.'Albatross ran Hie six furlongs in l;"13 and paid $15.30 to win. Thursday's Dally .Double paid $358.CO to those who coupled J. C Ellis' longshot winner of the first race, Honest Pill, with the Hlvci Divide Farm's 1 . Weapon's r Pride •winner ol Ihe second race. .'."" (Gross Keeps 114 - jiARRISBORG, Pa. (UP.)—A re arrangement of .seals in the slat' legislature didn't-'appeal to Assi'in- blym'an Paul Gross, because , I' meant he would have to leave sea 144. Gross argued; "My lockci number is 144, jhy desk number li 144 and my scat-.number Is 144 That's-12-dozen or one gross—ixni that's me." Gross went back Li beat 144. •Read Courier News Want Ads. Rope Angel IIS F Gains 15-Round Decision Over Jackie Wilson In Boston Match BOSTON, Mm 1 . 10. (UP)—The Nnllorml Boxing Assoclnllon foalh- envdjilit eluimplon- -Jackie C'alliira of Iliitnillon Ontario, defended his title successfully, scoring a 15- I'ound decision over Pittsburgh JackIc Wilson In Boston. Tlu? lout resembled ^ lutnbcr camp bruwl more than a'prlicellglit. Tlie Ciniiulian wicsllrd, b'lltcd, anil lunged Ills way lo vletory, al- lhoii«li his cyc.s were cut badly by tlio challenger. The crowd booed Hie split ilccl- ,'lon. Hefcrec Johnny Martin voted for Wilson, but both judges nniiii'd C'allui'a, Wilson was wrestled—not punched—to trie Horn- and WHS pushed (Inoucli the ropes in tlie second louiKl. At one point, Calhiia pitched head (Irsl into the press M'cllon, when Wilson dodged a ilunijc by the tllle-liolder. •Annual gym meet ol the Women's College, Uiih'ersily of North Carolina, included this roullno by Katherino Flshel culled "Angel on Hie Hopes." Whirlaivay To Work Kef ore Fans At Spa HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Mnr. ID.— Whhlaway, the "Mister liig" of tm-fdom 1-ig.hl now, will ylve Oaklawn Park fans n chance to look him over Jiotwccn the races Saturday afternoon when Trainer Hen Jones -will take him on Hie truck for a public workout. It Is unlikely that Whlihiway v;ill be seen In any races here, us Ouk- lawn has no slakes that would be attractive enough. Bath Whlrlaway and Ocean Wave, Warren Wright's Arkansas and Kentucky Derby hope, made their llrst appearance on the Oakliiwn oval 'Wcdjicsdny in lliiibcrhu;-ii|> exercises. With 'Whlrlnway and Ocean Wave providing Oaklawn wH|i "iiiime" horses, tlio Spa lost anothc-r lurf glamor boy as C/'miut Heel current Winter book favorite lor the Kentucky Derby, was shipped out Wednesday for Belmonl Park Tlie Count's first appearance this year will be In the Wood Memorial, at Jn'mncln. Open 7:00 p.m. Shaw Starts 7:30 p.m. Add. Alwavs lie and 25o A hit in precision bombing dropping the "egg" in a circle o( 50-yard radius from as high as 35,000 'feet ~"; Friday and Saturday 'Tonto Basin Outlaws' with ' • >Thc Uati'gc Busters SERIAL:'"Holt of the. Secret Scr- ' kt 'vice"—Chapter 13. ;'« ••:.. Selected Shorts S-LCHQICE^MILLIDNS Saturday' Midnight Show 'Alias Boston Blackie' with Clicslcr Morris * Artclc Mara Selected Shorts Sunday & Monday No Advance in Prices! VOTED THE .GREATEST MOVIE EVER MADE! GREER CARSON ilASPIRIH IJ.g.lJI.F CHiCKASAW AVi-sl Main Near 21st St. at. starts \Z:K; Sun. starts 1:45 Ninlil shows 5:45 • Kxccpt Munday, upens C.ii C<m(inu:iiis allows Sat. And 'Sun. I'ndiiy & Salurdiiy Double Feature FIRST FEATU11K: 'Tumbleweed Trail' u-lth Hill ISmi! HICCON'I* FKATIIKK: 'The Mad Monster' with .liihnny Dutvns SKU1AI.: "JuiiBle Girl" Sunday & Monday 'I Wanted Wings' With A; Veronleii Lake Comedy Call For SHIBLEY'S BEST At Better Grocers Everywhere. It Bakes Better With Less Shortening. BUY WAR BONDS with what you save! I SAVE MONEY WALTER PIDGEON Chrcdnl by WILLIAM WYLER Product by SIDNEY FRANKLIN ; r>«m. »i«, WHITTY ,.~.IUg>n»iaOWEN • Hinrr TMVEBS . -V R«k..<i NEY ;, K.-irrWIlCOXON --^ A WILLIAM WTfLER Pi«!uclicn « JAN STRUTMrjl-B Nor.1 ^ •W? • ^ ,v, -News ef the Day Shorts Sinclair Greases save farmers money over a season because they last so long. They help prevent costly breakdowns because they lubricate moving parts safely. You play safe and save money when you use Sinclair Greases. ' AH Fresh New Regular Weight and Gulf Weight SUITS , • -i ".fpfst^-f, if**.} -rsv- *-. - •.•••• ; Let me deliver to your form 45 00 WANT TO GIVE your winter-weary morale a lift? Come on down and get yourself one of these good-looking new Hart Schaffner & Marx suits for Spring! The very sight of them is enough to raise war-worn spirits. And they're ideal wartime clothes because they're all-wool.. \ skillfully tailored to hold their shape... long wealing... typical Hart Schaffner & Marx value to the last stitch. In fact, these new clothes are the same fine quality you've alyiys had in clothes with the Trumpeter label... and prices are still niodifirate; * ,% «' a i'* *. ALLEN Phone 2005 — Agent — BlytheTille, Ark. MEAD'S 322 MAIN STREET

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