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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 20, 1943
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PACE 811 BLYTHKV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ' SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1943 Rodriguez On Mat Program Monday JOTEllllH IL llPPI Pair Will Oppose. Roy Welch and'Ja'ck Moody In Wrestling-Feature Big Carlos norirlqiie?. llic Mexican mat .star, wil: re;urn to (lie Bly- thcvllld ring Monday night In .another of the ever - popular Mag matches at the American'Legion arena. ,?onoc Rodriquez Is scheduled to. be'tlie teammate of Carl Von Zuppl and this formidable pair will take on a couple of rugged gentlemen known as Jack Moody and Roy Welch. The very" mention of these (our names should be sufficient to assure wrestling fans of this territory who are familiar with all the performers on the card that the sparks will fly when Promoter Mike Meroney turns lib boys loose. There probably will be a packed house,-because mose fans here like to watch the fiery Rodriquez in action.- •..-.. , If Welch and Moody weren't highly experienced and skilled wrestlers, It- would seem: certain that Von Zuppl and Carlos might have things their owii way because two more nefarious malmcn can hardly be pul In the same : ring. Both Rodriquez'. ami Von Zuppi are bad actors and the rules of the game matter little. They ; like to win but they like better to 'dish out the punishment. If they can combine both, so much more to their liking.' '. ' 'But let's look at the other. Moody Jfi'a burly chap who knows the answers and he's as strong as a Missouri mule. Putting a hold on him Is one thing and keeping it is another. His partner, Roy-Welch, is the peer of all matsters who work this,circuit. He has met the liis boys of the game nnd the small frj He learned the arl lu tank towns: and big cities .and there are few tricks he doesn't know. As niost fans know, he can take care of himself and usually docs. Individual matches* arc scheduled between Rodnquez and Welch, nnd between Moody and Von Zup- pi .These,-will be tlie 1 . customary one-fall, 30-minute time limit affairs Cards Arc Back With Infield Intact, Plenty Of Pitching; Typical Team Play and Spirit (IF calhevwcigiil Champ Had Won 62 Straight Before Loss To Veteran LaMotta Knocks Out Reeves In Round 6 , DETHO1T. Mar. 20. (UP)—Detroit's adopted '-'llorhc Ho^'ii boy'^— Jake LaMotta of Hit Bronx--scpred jl sixth-iound knOLkout o\er Jim- niy , Reeves of Cleveland-at Olympia Stadium :n the motor city. ' | The lockout came as a surprise, ^because ; the' two middlewclelits fought on even terms through tilt first-five - heats. But towards the close of the sixth .round,. LaMotta threw a long blow at Reeves', chin. TIIK SPIRIT OF TI1K OAKDINAUi —Slats .Marion backs u\i Wliifey | Kurowski back of (liiril base at Yankee Htartiiim as lalltr calchcs loiil from bat of Joe Gordon in ninth inning of 2-0 victory in third same ol World Series lust full. By IIARHY.GIIAVSON Ihnu acceptable In center field. CAIRO, 111-SI, Louis Cardinals Muster Adams, a ball hawk, bat- sit atop the baseball world al Cal- |»<l '"..J. 07 1rllu1s .. f . orr lh , c11Sn =™ m ?! 1- ro, where (he Ohio joins Hie Mis- ' ~" =!ssipi>l—nearer the equator Ihan any' other major lenyuc club in training. The Red , Birds tell you they arc a kick in thc pant.s lo repeal as world chniiipions, but they won't piny it that way. Few cluus exemplified tenimvoi'k la the , extent of. the' 1942 Cardinals, nnd thc current edition re- (nins the spirit of thc old Gns- N!?W YORK. Mai. 20. (UP) — 'cathcrA'clght Champion Willie 'e|>|)'s victory .strliiB of C2 bouts viis broken last night when-Saintly Ansjott — former, lightweiuht inn—came out of retirement lo Icfeat him In a 10-round bout, nt Madison Square Garden. It wns the first appearance for AiiKOlt siiice he quit the rine lasl November because of bad hands. As a icsiilt of the victory, Sammy virtually assured a shot nt Die tri'cnt light champ—Bi'Jiii Jnck More limn 18.000 fans saw the )iill-ncckc(l veteran Angott oiit- 'ough Ills smaller opponent. An- ;oH won the ununlmoiis verdict ol Referee Billy Cfivniinngli and thc wo judges. AiiBOtl routihl one of the best itlliy of his nine-year career, as he lagged thc dark-haired youngster from Hartford, Conn, with his fii'st^ defeat us a professional. Atjyoil was n 3 to 1 underdog In liic betting, although he hail t weight advantage of four and ; 'r pounds, lie started of strongly, winning four of the firs five rounds. Pep rallied to flgh on even terms in ll>e sixth, am lo win the seventh and eightl lint Slnmln' Sam, clcspiie his 28 year.';—had the stamina to stop Pep completely in thc ninth. He unleashed a barrage of body blows which thc youngster couldn't dodge. And he held thc upper hand llnoiigh the 10th. Pep wns surprised at thc verdict, l;ut he had no alibis, lie did, however, ask for a chance to meet. Angott again. Ifl' HAKKV GKAVSON NKA Sports Kililor NEW YOHK.—Well, here arc the aseball clubs rlj/hf back where hey slartcd — training in the uiih. and, listening to thc niiin- geis. yon wonder why they went oiilli in the first place. Ed Burrow, for example, pro- c.ssfs to suspect that lite Yan- ,ees will be better off nt Asbury 'ark. N. J., tlian they have been n the past at that Ideal condi- ioniiiii spotr-Sl. Petersburg. i'lcsidi'lit Harrow speaks from c>:]Jf.rience. Ho thrice prepared To- •oiito clubs at home, trained In- eiiiiillonal Leayiie oiitlHs in Pat- ci-iim and Atlantic City. Harrow isn't even concerned about thc New Yorks having iio field house at their clls- jesa!, such us tlie Hrooklyns have Washington*! llraves at Red Sox at it West I'oim, the nl Maryland, th" Chixilc School, the Hif/h School Teams ill ay Get To Travel House Gang. The phenomenal drive of ' Red Birds overlook hist nnd passed the Brooklyns by two games, with the third-place New York Giants 18 games back. Dc.spitc thc loss of Johnny 13cm- ley, Terry Moore, Country •Slnugh- Kecves vrcnt°d9vn and was count-Ucr, Creepy Crespi nnd probably and 20 sec- Howard Pollet, Hie blokes in the red bluxcrs perhaps have been less cd.oUl iit two minute onds of .the sixlh. The bout was . n grudge affair, affected by the war than any whleh saw laMotta a\enge two other big league outfit, previous defeats' at the hands of And without 1'ctc Reiser and Reeves Pee Wee Reese, the Dodgers are 1 The first round ^as e\cn, but little mote than a group of old ; taMotla gained' the edge In thc gentlemen. second. Reeves—a powerfully built Cleveland boy—rallied to tako the third and fourth. LaMotta won the fifth. Then, late In the sixth, LaMotta floored Reeves with a short jab. Reeves arose,'but was easy prey for LaMotta's knockout punch, ONLY TANNED YANKEE " AHBURY PARK, N. J.—Johnny • Murphy is the only tanned Yankee, at A-sbury Park. The relief rghl-hnnder worked out for two weeks In St. Petersburg. First sardine cannery was started at Eastport, Maine, in 1870. The Army excused Whitcy Ku- rowskl because of osteomyelitis in the World Serifs home run hero's arm, so the infield is intact. So is thc catching, and there Is more pitching than you could shake a slick nt. MOOHE WASN'T MISSKI) The polished Moore scarcely wns ::!r»scd when Harry Walker pa- rolled center field nnd swung for lim Inst trip. Holdout Harry will be along to be Hanked by Stan Muslal nnd Conker Triplet!. Provided Ray Simitars can stand .he rigors of National League first basing, Johnny llopp will l>c moYc to pciinuiiL-winncrs, hit .423 the j ''.' Ilc first month, .309 over a full game schedule. Debs Garms, who led National League baiters in 1940, is available for cither the outfield or third base. Dain Clay Is up from Houston wtlh a rifle arm, and old Frank Dcmnrce Is about just In case. CARDINALS UEOIMHT THEM But the pitchers arc Billy Soulhwoi Ill's ace Cmdj. He has Morton Cooper, Ernie White, Max Lanicr, Alurry Dickson, Howard Kribi, Harry Gumbcrt, 13111 Deckman and eyo-popping recruits. Harry Hrcclicen. left, niul Ted Wilts, right, had the lowest cained-run averages in Ihe American Association. Brechcen sliow- cd I lie way in strikeouts with 15G. Branch liickey calls .luiEC Red Miniver, also from Columbus, •» giniit pitcher. A .slim southpaw, Preacher Roe, bagged key games for tlie buiiiu uilb. Lclly Dockins was thc kingpin of Hie Southern Associntion with league record of nine shutouts. Ullx Donnelly copped 21 games "or Sacramento with an Ctirncd- ruit mark of 281. Two years ago he broke a Western Association strikeout record, which had stcod WASHINGTON, Mar. 20. (UP) — Ollicc of Price Administration Is considering a proposal to alloiv high school nthlelic tennis to travel to and from gnmcs in private automobiles. Earlier this week, representatives of several .secondary .schools in various parts of thc country had a?kcd Defense, Transportation Director Eastman to lift the ban on using school buses for the purpose. i3ut' Eastman, said there was no immediate possibility of doing so. He suggested that they ask the OPA to grant extra allowances of gasoline for transportation of teams. O1*A otficials arc weighing the step. Tuns, the Pittsburgh* at Ball Slu'.c Teachers of Mnncie, Ihe Cinc'iimaUs at Indiana, thc.Clcvc- at Purdue and the Browns i at Southeast Missouri State Teachers cf Cape Ovardeau. Yiinkccs liave a high school gymnasium, iiiul tliat appears to be Miflicient for Burrow. The difference In baseball preparations in this wartime spring is that between training and practice. 'Hie noble athletes will be in shape, April 21, through hard work. They will not be sharp, but will be in a position to pick up quickly Ihe slack once championship play begins. When he had. all the best of it at such pluces as Calalina Island ami St. Petersburg, Joe Me-. Cnrlhy tcok care not to bring tlie Cubs and Yankees along to orap- Idly. He likes his teams not quite ready on opening day. In that way. he .safeguards against their trailing olf in the fall. Clubs with Ihe advantage of balling cages throughout the brief training period will have some 'iilge on those struggling along vilhoiit them, but the main idea lo get thc legs In shape. An inn can be conditioned in no time it- all. And timing comes quicklj p a player in condition. ii'l-skle of using It sparingly Walter Johnson paid little atten- ion to his arm on spring trips 'i was around and Eiround thc park 'or the Big Train until his verc as sturdy as oaks, and he Continued the practice well into .lie season. Johnson knew Ihe arm woulc lake care of .itself. What . he \hncd al was to be able to pivot- on that good right Icy for nine rounds every fourth day. And lie wasn't puffing when he came in to field a hunt. Barrow polnl.s out that tile best thing about, working in the north is that clubs eliminate the risk entailed in coming out of a warm climate Into the cold. Ilc calls olf a long list of pitchers who caught cold in their firms as thc result of a sudden change in UIL weather and were no good iinli July 4. . ... • Toiling in' the norlh also Is' insurance against n pitcher's cuUInt loose before hjs physical condition warrants it, and pulling u| with a lame arm. And, stresses Barrow, a semi-tropical breeze can do as much damage to a sns- coptible soupbono as a wintry blast. Thc immortal flube Waddcll first experienced arm trouble as the result, of hanging his precious dipper out the window of a speeding train on a hot summer afternoon. It was Rube's idea of cooling off, B-i-r-r! COMMISSIOKTE'S SALE N'ollrc i* lu-ri'liy KIWII ilial Hie li'ndi-rslKncJ, us ComitihsLoiK'r irt Clian- -j'y, iini-sunul lo IL J«'cretul order of tljc Uliaiicorj- Conn for Ib* Cliickn^lvba )j*lritt uf Mi»ni*iiij»pi County, ArkNnfi &". rpndrreJ on [tie VI day of J-clru- i)-. l'Ji:i In a cjUKi! ijondlue llu-rc'ln. whcn-In Drain.iKe Uislrlcl No, 11 of «Umti|>j.i County, AVJIIMHI ol »1 »vr' plaintiffs mill T. 0. Owens »nd Ue- Ifi'lUfUl i.anilb w«-ry uYfcmlfiuli' Vill wStliln Uwful hours on .Saturday, Ilio 10 iiy at Aiiril. i'Jia. ut [lie Houlli Doo' »' Hie <2mn House In Iliu tlly at llyllirilltr, Arkmmas tiller /or sale, n nil »dl lu Hid htiihral WJdt'r lur ovli n hand, at jmMic outcry, lla- lanjs de^ribi-d In *ald Ji'fr*-*-;. B list of &alu, tljoivlni; Iho names ut tin- s«|i|.im'J owners, U..; dosfrinliitn tuerrol, lit; yi-ars for ivlilcli Hie luxei are due, and Ilio amount of bttid l' 1 ^, lioi'it; L» follows: ^ujiposed Owner—Dcsciiption P. U. Oii-wn—l.ul 6 KIV ... Xniu-y Vnle«.—K ol II KK JiW W. 11. lUjiIer— SB XW I I 'alvetti Sets 18 Gymnastic Marks ly NKA Service IOWA CITY.—Cadet Joe Calvel- i is the best • all-around cadet ymnast to enter (he Iowa Pre- Fliglit School in thc fall of 1940, alvetti landed at Illinois from Vcwburgh. N. Y., with 515 in his cans. Working and borrowing to jay heavy dtil-of-slatc tuition, Jalvelti completed more than U«o •ears at Champaign before being ailed into Naval Aviation. He nadc the Illinois team in his sophomore year, helped win' a ICAA team championship. He ex- cel!ccl',.in all .sports on the pro- light program, but in gymnastics set 18 individual records, includ- ,ng 13 posted In a. week. Read Courier News want nds. CHICKftSRW Wtst Main Near 21st St. eat. starts 12:45; San. starts 1:45 NieM shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens u.4£ Cchttaooui shows Sat and Sun. Friday & Saturday Double Feature years, with 304. The Cardinals recruit them practically as fust as Uncle Sam. •*&c&i^fjB2UjiiI&^uCi^^SEtBH^^^ff^ Swearengen & Co. SPOT COTTON BROKERS Kljllicvillc, Ark. FIKST. FEATURE: 'Tumbleweed Trail' with Bill Boyd " v ' SECOND MATURE: ••The Mad Monster 1 with Johnny Downs SERIAL: "Jungle Girl" Sunday & Monday 'I Wanted Wings' ^ with Ray Mil land * Veronica Lake Cwntdy 'Vnlvctwi'.. News Call For SMIELEY'S BEST Al Better Grocers Everywhere. It Bakes Better With Less Shortening. BUY WAR UONDS what you save! Federal Land Bank LOANS —LONG TERM LOANS —LOW INTEREST —Short Term Privileges Marcus Williams Secrclury-Trcasurcr Cotton Belt N.V.L.A. . Osccolu, Ark. Huti mid Tom Hnviler—»W SW II. T. Harder—N !4 SW A. M, Nunnrrv—.VK SW Iliiyuiond Diull,.)—-SK 8K II. T. ldi)-il..|v— K% y.ii, jjK T. A. 11,'llis— Y.vl NVY .. _ J. S. I'arks—1,4» XW for Kofl,.sivSK I'liknown—K i' K of Ii SW HK UiiliriKWH — K I'J.Ui'.n S t: }•' t,t 1) SK Mr». Hujrlr lli-uiliM^uj]—0 1-3 X\V Hx In •I. I,. 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" VJ.ll IM.Oli a. oo 1.01 1,01 1.01 Lot I. ol L'jl I.ul l.ol 1.50 l.l'J l.ol l.ol I..JI I.UI Lot l,r)l 1.01 I.M "JO.'Ja 20,00 l.Ot) i.oo i.oo 10.00 l.'Jo 9.00 10.00 n.-j8 2.00 I.OO .LEI .21 .10 l.'i . 1 'J .17 .1)0 .00 .00 ____ 02.7'J lil .50 .81) .32 3.20 1.05 .01 .Slip. Owner Lot BLk 1930 1910 10 U Allison A'ldltlon I. K. Hoinl (arhrl .Sli.k, .nl.i Tlioni Mhi Oarr (I,;!,. Mary Viiiiul I Tri Kill llirk.s iliirk nnil { Hi,.-.,ml Karl Kny'iU-r " 7 _".' _"_'. Sam Barnes Addition II:. nil'-. L>fr:l Harm-* 7, I I S M . Barron i Lilly Addition 1 1.00 s -I 2 I.Ol) 1.00 1.00 3 'li lloO I'.. !'__ tvst, 5 13 |_00 n I' li 1.00 I.OO MS I 7 I.OO 7 8 - -i 1.00' I !> 1.00 I.OO Badcr Addition Mr.. T. r. Hc-illililll 9 W. I!, (irci-n 7X9 [). K. Sk'warl n t)., 13 0. Slioilyn Hi (I. Slioiiyo IS S. A. niul l.L/./ic \VilliiiiiLs II 11. 15 ,<t lii w. c. VimijihiiiT i a W. (,'. .Mnxvrll 7 L. Wri^lil I ,<; •> Curtis .1. Hpi'i-k S Mr>. M.l.rciinlnas II Kuy Kiiniii-f U l-:l 1^ Mrs. .M. . ,Fi'tiniii|:s K l-LI 12 ,I<H' Taylor I'J (,'. ('..' Wnnd I K. C. liillis 5 .\ .00 U 1.20 II .110 II .1)0 .UO B 11 - ._ .00 C l.yi) I.HO l.HO !> .r;o .00 .00 K .00 .1)0 .«0 K 1.21) 1.20 1.21) .00 .00 .1>0 _ .1)0 .liO .60 .liO .CO .liO .00 .00 Open 1:00 p.m. Show Starts 7:UO p.m. Adm. Alwavs lie unrj i!5 Slorc Now! The ([tialily Iculhtr in Star linind Slioc.s will help niiike 3 puir lasl you :i full 'year! HAYS STORE "Farmer's Headquarter* In nis-lhr.vitle * MonetW Friday and Saturday •Tonto Basin "Outlaws' '. with The Hansc Busters ' BKKIAL: "Holt of the Secret Ser- virc"—Chapter 1^. Selected Shorts Beckniai] Addition •'•'•- Minilii' MiiKin .S o:r .s •> .2.s _ _i muck n ii .at) .w S. H. Bishop Addition -\1. Di-Yiiu' -:l 2.01 '^.01 ^.U Elythc Addition L- l>iinl:lj, VI :ll .HO .SO .t> r MOIU^OIIKTV '22 ;ll .30 . .1. n. Amolii ' I ;« .fit :so li. ' F. Henry ' '• :iy .do SI) Blythe Addition Cninlill X l(:ini,.y N! ; . 7 ^ ;ill S ;i:i ^ • 1 SO J II Kislicr VV «• 19 ;i:i .'Jl .•>.( .•> Blytncvillc T,uinucr Co. I'irst Additio .1. I', /ilinilur :i :l .SO .SO iv. c. r..f£i.'i"t: .1 it .go lilythcville Liitnuer Co. Second Addition Ira (inly ii ,V l> ;l .tiO .til) F. M. Erycans Addition -I •! ..IS .14 .'Ml .2 I .12 Recleaned Z9I3—Seed SOYBEANS S;ilurday Midnight Show 'Alias Boston Blaokie 1 ', with Chester Morris * Ailclc Mara Selected Shorls • Sunday &, Monday R. D. HUGHES GIN COMPANY No Advance in Prices! ,1. n. Woiih K'.-''" la i o« j. n_. wi'iiii ii'.;" 11 i -_;i .00 i. 2, :i \ \rllmr ISryciins .',, r, ,^ <• I!) * K. Snydrr Bngg Addition M. llalrliff S •> .SO M. Nti'iihaui I :i .SO .80 M. Ili-nllr 5 1 .SO .80 .SII T. HninlHtliiskt . IJ I -SO 0. ,lolm.-.|i!i '2 ,4 .SO .:->0 .HO IVira Iliirlii-r I 9 .60 .SO C. T. Wii-liiT 3*.I 10 _ .1 I.HI) KVIT.-U Harliifr S It .SO .31) -SO fluyil Siniiwiill .1*2 li 1.20 I.'20 1.20 Myrllo Kfviur ."> lr> ".SO ".iio Ifill Jlrs. K. H. .larUon li 15 .SO .80 .SO Myrlli. S|.i-i,. r 7 A-K IS 1.60 l.tjO 1.1)0 Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. Second Addition II.,11 Kisl.'r- 2 * K'/. II 2 L l.iO II. It. C:ini!>l,cll IS 2 - ... I.OO (f'irilnii Kvriiril l-l :i 1.00 1.00 Uilkni.un X><. 5 S .11 .f. U'. AU-.v;l!ltl<T I 0 I.OO I.Illl Ij'nknmvn K!2 (i 0 .50 l.'r>VnnvviL II In I ;"t (J o 00 CJiicago Mill k Lumber Co. Third Addition I Carrie 1'imlnr, ;i 1 .00 | It. JI. ITLnr,: 2 :i .liU .60 . Kliiinyii 11 :, ,'>U .20 - ... lii-y r.iruull 12 u .29 . H'. Kloyd !l li .20 Iiregultr Lota lfi.15-11 I. (,'. ticnlry l.ol 18 NE -- 21 Irregular Lots 16-1Q.L1 . M. l.Hird l.ol U NW _ i'. l>. Hill l.ol 7. XW a.2U Irregular Lots 17-15-11 . 'nkriown ,l.»t 2t .SK .10 .in. Ur.iu-il Life Ins Cu i: 100' l.ol 18 SB _'__ .10 _. l.-in-k llullur l.ol yo 9K .20 like M,irnlli K -\-n l.i.t 11 .1(2 Unknown l.ol 4:1 KK . .1)2 b'nilcil Life Ins. Cu. Lot ,|J .92 Cnrrtu I>nnl:M< l.ut .Hi 1.38 James Addition Itnrljrr KV. 2 A .10 .10 .19 Vnlli-r W'ailily 1 A .SO Lea Subdivision Clias. ]U-di[,r<l ir, ."j .'2B Marsh Addition K 51' I ,t 2 2 l.OS Maybclle Subdhision. Unliiiinvii 4 1 .IT, Unkiiun-n II) k II •_> . __ .20 Miller & Gieenlee SubcllTision Clias Nnnilrrs -V 75' n .00 Jack Mitchell Addition 0. U. .lolinsnn W 50' X 125' 1 .15 .15 Morris Additlou Llhl llu-k-s ,5 C 1.10 I.IH Original Sumy Tovn of Blythevllle I,. K. Mcfull 29 1.00 I.OU W. II. Tliomintin • T!> .BU .«l) Park Addition .Mrs. Ii. M. M<-i.i>uil B 1 - -- .liO : -Mrs.' Willif -lloliCTts •J2 A: i:i i 1.20 McC'nllar 1 5 .._ . __ .all lli'ii Pislier I i-2 ,7 -_ 1.21) 0, \V. Davis Su'5'2 S .21 Rebecca Patterson Subdivision P;iyo Reynolds 1 2 .21', . -J. P. Pride Subdivision . I'liinnVM; 1'rilll' 1 S 2 A .1C Am. UnilcU l.ifu Ins. Co. '18 B ---- /M Am. b'niK'il Ins. Cu. •••••-• 21 C-.'i;.- .2;l .2^1 I'lumil- M. I' 19 K .31! Am. Unileil l.ifi' Ins. LV 20 K .23 A. Turner 22 K .23 1, . Iliirlianau :i * • I .10 \". T. Kilrtcn I * 2 "H .111 .10 V. M. MrFarlaml li'-ll .23 Richards Addition .loyil Slicknion •- i: li t WK 7 11 ,-ii- 1.5U ' F.dwln Bohlason Addition Icnrklla Clark 7 -1. 90 .90 --Vill' Kales 1H I •<'><> .cnii Cnrson 1*2 5 1.20 1.20 _ — vnrnni llowanl 10 r, .60 li-nry .lolinsoiia i I 7 1.20 lim JlnillitLS 5 7- -.liU .00 .00 Edwin Robinson Addition I'nylijr S»'lfl 11 f .«0 ViniiiL- Clm|>inari 12 >V i:> 7 1.20 lolin Ailkius 7 ,1- * loliiinie I'ar Dii-k Carr Fred Tall- "> Amelia Sherroil l.iliian r'ri-cman Ifownrit Taylor Amnniln Nash f'arl Kcviiulds Marie I'urVer Tinii War,Chas, Cami.lH-11 Hliflli l.fllllii'ins Ainiindii Nnsli Amanda .SVsli 9 8 10 8 0 '9 ' 0 1(1 12 IU 7 11 » I ' 10 12 2 13 -I n 7 13 3 11 ' -I IU 5 « » IS - .30 .17 .17 - :)l .17 ------ --- • ------ - 10 Mr. Farmer See Us For Farm Equipment 01 All Kinds! Two Horse BKKAKING 1'KOWS (Noccrtificate required^ Horse Drawn, 1 PI.ANTKKS (No ccrtiRcalc i All ilzcs nciv A-O TRACTORS (Need certificate) All si/cs Clipper SKKI) CLKAN'HRS Need ccrtincatc) Horse and TrAclor DISC HARROWS iN'ccd certificate) Sec us for FIELD SKKI) of nil kiinls. PAUL BYRUM 122 K. Main flume 40t WRESTLING Legion Hul, Monday, Mar. 22,8:15 p. in. Lowest Admission of any WrtstlmK Arena In America. NOTICE! CHANGE IN ADMISSION TRlCE-AduIts 30c, t»I Inc.; Resorted scats 15c; Children I5o. Reserve Seat Ticket? on Sale at Schmuck'i BlaniUrd Oil Station, Corner Main «nd Division. -TAG MATCH- Carlos Rodriquez and Carl Von Zuppi 'vs. Jack Moody and Roy Welch One Kail Mulches RODHIQUKZ vs. WKLCH MOOOV vs. VON 7,UI'1>I T.i~« WRIGHT. Dame M«yWHITTY R««in.ldOWEN • Homy THAVERS Richi.JNEY . W1LCOXON A WILLIAM WYLEF Pioduclion Bwod on JAN STBUTHER'S Nov.l Scroll H«r by Arthur Wirap«li», Georg* Fre»«li«l. limtiKillon «»d News of the Day Sclcclcil Shorts h.irli, MrFnrliiml li I Chlckas.iwba Garden .00 ..CU '. K. Mdlriil,- 7-2 , Jt. -lackswn 2 :l .10 .. -_ J. T. Coslon Subdivision I). Ilitrrlson •! * :> 15.30 Mate Daniels Additicti :. ll'. BrnnVs 9. 10 * 11 1 1 SI) ,-rr \ViiiiM.- is i .uo — Davis First Addition ,1. Kilisiiiiiiuin.. K I'l 7 17 .211 i. \v. Adam* :i i i is a.on Davis Second Addition Unknown K '>."•' S !4 9 3 .1:1 .13 ,li,lin.s - :l I l.H) 1.10 1). Wclrh U'll. S I .77 .77 .77 \iulor.-on * Crain .". r, 1.10 1.11) Davis Third Addition XI. Anderson IS-2 I 2.10 Mrs. I). H. mnrVwnoil M S 1.50 1 20 D.ivf.s Brothers Addltio:i IVillic \Vorsloy 2* a 10 _ - 5.SO Hale Subdivision r. II Aclon - B .48 .15 Ilcain Addition Xollii! 1!. .Mautlt :i A- W.i 2 2 _ ._ 1.80 llc-arn Second Addition Mrs. Manil llalslc.vl 7 J.- » It i -- 1.20 ITcam & P«rry Mrs. .li>lm HalMrad 4 11 - __ .60 Mvrllc Sovior r> 2 .lil) .GO .GO Highland Place Addition I w Crawfonl ^ 2 .110 .00 Sa'rn. s. (i. 7. s Id n 2 3.00 3.00 Carrio NVoo,ll)ilnl 1 *> .00 ,CO A Ct. Nliibloy :l H 1 5 1.20 -Olive K. llo.ilnn S. II S: 10 0 1.20 I.SO Imoirt'nc- Trnniljlc 10 s .CO .00 I'. A. Ta::t II S .00 . .lossi- Willie X 9 T H l) 1 10 .60 Mamie r)iil!i|'< Hollaud'ale 1 Addition Mrs. Oro. Sliellon K'4 13 C .11 .11 .lulin li Wnlkpr 7 F .28 .2S llolllpcler fc Slionyo Addition Huddle. Helghls Addition II. H. Illaylock Hi 15 'i .10 .10 Matlib '.Campbell ID 3 Florence Kirk 11 II .20 j/iie I'. CriBflT 1 7 .20 .2(1 .1. J. Williamson I 8 .2U -Marlin 0. 10. II S 12 10 .SO .SO •if llnl.ljius I 12 .20 2.0 Sunnyslde Addition : • Cicero Oelc Ksl. '< 1 Y. K. Iliilirrls 2 2 II K. liiibrrls :l 2 Will Unwell :< :i O. Sluinyo ' •' Kliia Kryiinl I" •' i; K. Williams S ' .Vriu'ii' \S'alk<'r 10*11 ' C V. Williams 15 .' Vall's Third Addition Unknown H 1 '-1 () West End Subdivision" Charles k l.ncillc Mens 17 & IS 1 n Kliii: 1" 1 1*. l.unsfnr'1 28 * 2' .»" .20 .00' --.CO .00 .'>« -r>o •I"" -GO - r '° .ISO 1.20 \3 • r '° .Oil K. C, Iinic Tli^nll'son .1,'ss Wood \V. 11. Orecn O. Jihimvo Will Sislrnnk O. Shonyo 3 Jc W. 0. Clurk 0. Rh.lnyo Mary llrinkler .20 .20 .2i 20 ~- - ,20 .20 , ..a . _- .20 _. .20 .20 . .£0 .20 .2 .10 .20 .2 .20 .20 - - 1.20 .GO .00 .00 .60 '.GO .niiie .IndKO 9 2 .00 . 1>. Siinnuer.ll 7 :i _ -West Gate Replat K. Scon -2 i: — II. l.nj'iilari 3 i- i C I). Ilnghcy r. c ula l.ce Ciirnpv 0 C TOWN OF YARBRO innic Sadl.-r 9 2 I.OO, 1.09 1.00 Wilness lily h«nit anil the- s«il ot Fai'l ,n,l this thl- 15 day of Marcft. I!'". 1IARVKV MUHKIS. Connniisioner. .10 - J- 120 !zo '.so scientist, WARNING OKDER IN the Chancery Court, Ciiicku- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Pearl Summers, vs. No. 8074 Milton Summers, Defendant. Thc defendant Milton Summers is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in tlie court named In the caption hereof and answer thc complaint of the plaintiff Pearl Summers. Dated this 13 day of March, 1943. Harvey Morris, Cleric By Doris Mulr, D. C. Virgil Greene Atty. for Pltf. Luclcii Coleman, .Atty. nd Litcm. 3/13-20-27-4/3 Sea horses make snapping noises which apparently serve as n means of communication, according to a

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