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. VAHE SIX Star in Outstanding 1933 Ring Shows and Appear New Year's Rest. • BV BILL BRAITHEH NEA Service Sports Editor ... NEW YORK—Three fighters dur. ••ing 1933 cast long shadows Into the year to ccmc. The principal .shadow-casters are • Prlmo Camera Max Baer and Btmey Ross. Carrera has the heavier shadow tn csst br-caiiso he happens to be hrlvytvelghl champion (that's I'M 1 title Jack Oemp- . icy used lo cVrish, by the way) i nd must mev. Baer. who casts a shadow bolh iicllve nnd atavistic. . . Hcss casts a smaller .shadow. • but one of excellent iiualily. They are calling him, by virtue of his two defeats oi Tony Canxoneri. the finest lightweight champion flncc Benny Leonard. 1 When Caine'a destroyed Jack Sharkey thciv were tiuiny at the ringside wl.o refused to filve MOST VALUABLE Lifht Heavy . Middleweight Lijritwrlfiht . Featherweight Bantamweight THE CHAMPIONS •fight ... . 1'rimo Carrrra . Max Kusrnliloom .... Vincp Dunilre Jimmy .Mcl.arnln . _... Barney Knss .. Kid Chocolate Tanann Al Urown .. Midtet Willful :lhe towering Italian credit for be- in? a. imm-ea'er. It was pointed out that B.i.-r's victory over fugged Schmc'inp was much more 'impressive. Sharkey uas another fat old man, and not very ilif- fjcult lo destroy. The customary hue nnd cry was raised for a match between Car- Hera and Baer. and It wus mnde —in the inov.es. Other sources of profitable tcvenuc exhausted, il Is likely the two will meet tn 1934. There Is no other natural fipht tn the making. Barney Ross, born Rasof-sky on New York's East Side, came up from Chicago's Ghello straight nnd clean. He has showed the fight world v£i:H perhaps is the most effective left hand since Leonard's, a rapier Hint twice routed the attacks of terrible Tony Cnnzonerl. • The only fajt 'hat may prevent his ruling the 1'ghtwelghts for a long time is that Bnrney is growing rapidly and In a year or so may not be nble to make the weight. Then it will be lime for the heavier r-'nsses to hem and law. There loom for hbn In the jear battles with Can/oneri, Cleo Locate!!!, Yoii'ig Peter 'Jackson, Wesley Rame; or other tough lightweights. To this writer Ross feVms better than any of these, ind should rench ihe end of 1934 king of his cln??. The other divisions do nol hold a great deal t-f Interest. Hofen- bloom is not faced with very fllff competition The middleweights and welters toss about indiscriminately what we are pleased to call tl-.nir diadems. Their Is a chance for a change in the featherweight division if Kid Chocolate meets the N. B. A. champion; Freddie Miller, but hi this flglit it :: a pretty sure bet that marked superiority will not • be shown by either battler. Among the mites, thcrer is no Question of Brown's superiority at long as he rrays away from (he lest of the gond toys In his bnn- lam class. But .Ihcre is a markea r-onlroversy o/er the respective merits of Mk!<>et Wolgasl, Ily- tfeight titleholdcT, and Jackie Brown of England, suggested by many as the better boy. Leading challengers to the crown in the classes named are: HEAVY: Mm Baer, King Le vlnsky, Max Schmellng. Tommj Icughran, Wa'.'.er Neusel, Patsy Perron!, Charl-y Mnssera and Steve Hamas. LIGHT HEAVY: John Henr> I ewJs. Lou Broulllard. Joe Knight Bob Godwin. Mickey Walker, Ton> Shucco and Fr«d Lenhart 'MIDDLEWEIGHT: Teddy, ia. losa, Gorilla Jones. Marcel Thil Lou Brouiliard. Young Terry, Ber Jtby, Sammy Slaughter and Dav< Shade. ; WELTERWEIGHT: Billy PC- trolle. Baby Joe Gans. Ymm» Cor- oett III, Tony Herrera, Kk Aztcta and Jin-.n-y icto •LIGHTWEIGHT: Tony Canzon «1, Young Peter Jackson, cieli Loca elh, Wesley Rame y, stcv: IteceivlnK sot-mid-l ram ami honorable mrHllon on nourly pvi-ry AU-Aiiiorlca .si-k'ctlcjii In the country. Tommy Murjiliy, nbuvo, Arkansas'' irlpliMhrcitt (.urult'i'hack, hns Imf i\ nnmt:il lh« most vnluaMe player In llio Kotuhur-sl Ctmfprcucf. He was Delected by jipoiUi vt'KoM. Knichel To Face Welch At Armory Fred Knichel, Kcncrally conccd- I lo be Ihe .smoothest working atman to appear In a locnl ring i many a moon, will meet liay 'deli In ' the feature match on might's armory wrestling card. Knlckel won wllli obvious caf.e i his appearance here Inst week :<1 was promnily matched to meet 'elch who has acquired some- Ing of a reputation locally and a veteran of the game. The IrtdlewelRhl championship Is aimed for Knleliel by promoters the local shows and Jeff liow- id. boxing and wrestling com- Issloner. In n nrcllinlnarv match Roimh ousc Sullivan, the Union Clly st boy. will meet Lou Chancy, lollier rough and tough cus- mer. Tlie main match ts for the two our limit and the preliminary •or the CO minute period or less. uxora Basket Teams Take Two from Wilson LUXORA. Ark. - The Lnxora igh .school basnclbnll teams won Kith unines of n double-header 1th Wilson here Friday. Both lines were close. The boys won ' a single point, 17 to IS, nnd the rls by a score of 27 lo 24. Line-ups for Ihe girls (.Tine: .FEATHERWEIGHT: P r a n k 1 Wallace, Freddie Miller, Jackl Wilson, Seaman Watson Lei Feldman, George Hansford an Baby Arizmendt. •BANTAMWEIGHT: Young Cas anova Speedy Dado, Pe!« sun ^' I 0 "" 8 T .° mm >'. Little Pan cho. Babe Triscaro. Ross Fide and Lew Furber PLYWETGHT. Jackie Browi Mickey McG'jirc Ginger Forai Valentine Ang>mann, Marian Artlla, Maurice Hugucnin and Be Xlrby. FOK .MKN ONI/V! I ! If yon want to make your wife love you (he year round give her n Do<li;i' or Plymouth automobile. Reasonably pi [red nnd equipped with all the conveniences dear to womnn 1 . 1 ; heart. HAKNKTT AUTO SALKS Luxora rah am ichards. r. George ownrd ynch oss Substitutes: f I f 8 K e for Wilson A. Si>eck Nicholson Martindnle V. Speck Carpenter Douglas Luxora — A. eorgc nnd Odom; for Wilson- nun. Line-ups for the boj-s gnmo: Lusorn Wilson cott c Waldon Iclii;e f Clinton IcGlauchlin f ' Jerome Vunderlich g ' Lynch . J. Lynch g Wood side Substitutes: for Lvixora—Leigh; ir Wilson—Easlcy. Cardwell Girls Tie and Boys Win at Marmaduke CARDWELL. Mo—Cnrdwcll high •choo! boys nnd girls basket ball cams played Marmaduke at Mar- mdukc Friday night. Tlie score of Ihe girls game was 1-31. the lie not being noticed ntll too laic to play another priori. The Cardwell "elrls team •as composed of: M. Tucker, f: jlcwarl. f; "Gist, c: Smith-. R. 'alleison V. Cluster; Rutherford. Mickey, g. The boys same ended with a core of 22-12 In Cardwell's favor. Tills Is the second game Cardwell oys have won. The Cardwell team •as composed of: Brewer, f: Wells. : F. Martin, f; Green, f and. c: S'. Stewart, g; Cobnrn, g; Stradcr, . , , , ....,„.•„.- otio, numing r Johnson. I; Burcham. c: Smith, other gifts sh>! will like BE "' S Mo. (UP) COLUMBIA, nn't live hen nd janitors have been insiructrt o take nil academically-Inclined nimals to the universily'doghoi iear tlie medical building. ==r-==j"^ DAY ' .DEC_EMBE_R_18, 1933 GIFTS for Her SII.K NEGLIGEES Daintily lalloro:! of Flat Crepe In Him-, IVarh, Pink nnd Black A ulft sln''li "appreciate. $298 .1. C. I'KNNEV CO. I'rum Sarta. A Nrw lYrmantnt Add lo licr lupplness at Christmas by giving her n new Permanent at our modern shop. Mareartt Hern Hfaufy Slioppe G1VK HER JEWELRY Yon will have no trouble in pc- lecting a suitable gift for her from our large and complete stock of Jewelry ami gilt goods. ALDIUDGE JEWELRY STORE (ilve Somflhlnf; Practical She will appreciate a gift she can wear. We Mifc'gest Scarf Sets, tioslcry, Purses. Gloves, Hats, iiloiiscs. Sweater Suits, Dresses and Sweaters and Skirls. TilK LAWKS TOGGERY A BEAUTIFUL WATCH Would make her most happy The new styles as created by Gruen Bulova and Elgin GUARDS JEWELRY STORE Take away uio drudgery of washing In the lonilng years. Buy ••Her" an Apex Washing Machine K. B. <JKK SAI.KS CO. ATTENTION' MKN! A small cash payment will nive your wife the perfect gift—A HOME. See our listing*. THOMAS LAM) CO LOUNGING PAJAMAS fiomethlnij new ..Rayon CorUiiroy I'lijumns In high ahacie.s with ii-at of i-oiilrurilnii color. Set £5. \i:W VOHK STOKE Beauty Brinirs llaiiplncss 'Ihe Clntitma.s Season will niean more to her If r.lie II.IH a n.'iv I.erinanent. Make Ivr a pn> ,m of one. GKACE EI.AXOKE SIIOI'I'K DAINTY SI.EEI' TOGS Clown;! and I'ni.inins tailored of a nice quality i-ilk Crepe \ n p.,,;, 'leu Rose and nine at, J2i)5 NEW YORK STOIIE ' GIFTS /or Him V/hy not glv; him an Olflce Chair Cushion, Treasure Chest or .Slieaffcr IY"i (or Christmas? ACTON PRINTING CO. I'll n lit- ID i STETSON HATS 1 i'V him a Uilt Certificate In a miniature Hi.; !:ox nnd let him ::<''rct it. $5. M'.W MKAI) CLOTHING CO. ome Your sentiments are best expressed when yon ray it with FLOWERS. Union's Hume of Flowers. ~—' You can p!easc- him with a Pi|>e. Milliold, I!ox <.f cigars. Shaving llmsh or a Fl.ishlight. FOWI.KK DKUG (JO. He'd Like a New Scarfl We have the very kind THE LADIES TOGGKKV Give a Pen and Pencil Set, Billfold or Shaving Oulfll. ItOISlNSON DRUG STOKE A lasting girt ror your wlfe-A Frlyldaire. ihe most modern tltctrlc refrigerator on the mnr- '"-'.. E. 1!. (Jet Sates Co. Helena RuhenMchVs Cominctv Powders, Llpsllclu Exclusively at Bnnim's Have Santa Bring her a -box 1 of Hollingsworth's Candy, fitted bag. cosmetic set, compact stationery, card table or purse ROBINSON DRUG STOKE SATIN UNDIES ' beautiful, lustrous satin in Ten Rose. Pink ?r<I Blue, rxpcrtlv tnllored Slips. Dance Sets anil fiowns. NEW YORK STORE - The Perfect Gift —What women love - KAYSER'S underwear gloves, hosiery. Reasonably priced. .lack Applebaum's CEDAK CHESTS For tlie younger girl or mother... One of those beautiful Walnut finish Cedar rhe.sts. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Only Five More Shopping Days Unlil Christmas. We suggest Cosmetics, Purses Candle Holder;. Bud Vases, Nunnelly's Candles, Perfume. Alomiz- trs. Compacts. Stationery,- Kodaks FOWLER DRUG CO. DISTINCTIVE GIFTS Atomizers. Pcilnmc Sets, Bridge Cards, Compact, Panybnin's Candies, Houbijant and Coty'5 . Perfume Sets, - Pads, and THE PERFECT GUT "FOR HER' ELIZABETH ARDEN'S Family GIFTS THE IDEAL GIFT A Theatre Coupon Book for the family or friends, $2.50 nnd 5f> Good anytime. HIT/ and BOXY THEATRES RADIOS-A gift all the family enjoys. Ask for demonstration K. B. GEi: SALES CO. A Gift For All the Family— A Delco lighting plant. Also Delco Radios for country homes ^_ E. B. QEE SALES CO! Only Five More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Cifl.s Any Mar. Can Use N'T-Fadc Silk Pnjniniis 54.95. Homer Pajamas S3.95, Phoenix Oralntex W.-inkl:-proof Ties 50c up. Knox Hats S5 and S7.50, Initial Hankies lOc to 2Sc, Arrc;-.v and Fruit of the Loom Shirts S1.G5 up, Overcoats SIS up, Society Brand Suits and Coals. IIAYNES MEN'S S1IOI' GIVE HIM JEWELRY We can solve the problem of what to give "him." ALDRIDGE JEWELRY STORE SII.K PAJAMAS V/ith or without sash, plain or brocaded, best ({ualilv, all colors. 50 nnd ST.fiO. NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. Only Five More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Only Five More Shopping Days Until Christmas. UHOI' KAHI.V Our stocks are complete now and a small payment will hold any article until Christmas. We Knuw rt'liat He Wants I'irkcr Desk Snt, Pipe, Cigars, or Shaving Ret, or Sheaffer Pen. BRLL'S I'lUKMACV Gifts for Kiddies Quick Meal Oil Itangrs Cioslc-y Radios, Sealy Mattresses. Slmnbcron Mattresses, D e lux Kprinys. Lount'C Chairs and ottoman, Rockers, Occasional Clinks, ftudio Couches, ChlldsBeds, Childs P.ockers, High Chairs, Desks, Cedar Cl.ests, Card Tallies. Tables—Ot- cr&lonal. Kadlt, End, Medicine Cabinets, Mirrors. CIIAKI.ES S. LEMONS Ccod Furniluiv at. Moderate Cast SPECIAL assortment o[ gift >iov- fcltlrs, games, stationery, candy. HOKUM'S ' Olvc Idea! Built-in ' Furniture All Kinds of Cabinets ARKMO LUMBER YAKD Give Sornttliinj Electrical Table and Floor Lamps, $1 to $10 Westinghouse Irons, Heating Pads Percolators, Toasters, Bathroom Heaters, Waffle Irons, and other rppliances. Xmas Tree Decorations and Light Sets. Walpole Electric Shop JOS W. Main '. Phone 314 Bicycle Tires, Horns. Saddles, Baskets. Handl-: Grins, Spokes. Wheels, Wins, Brake Parts, Repairing. Carney's Shop. 113 S. First St. Prone 043. CHRISTMAS TOYS for all ages Specially priced. Oberst Store Co. We Il.-ivc What They Want! Skates. Tricycles. Scooters, bicycles, Constcr Wagons, Buddy Bikes, .22 Rines (Stevem. Hamilton and pringllcld) Pocket. Knives, Flash- lip.hts. Watches, Hunting Knives, Buzzy Barton Air Rifles and combination Scout Knives and Axes, jcludin? carrier. BUIfKE HARDWARE CO. "We Seil For I*ss" GOLF EQUIPMENT If he plays golf he would be dc- Hghlcd with a new club or two cr a box of balls. A complete sleek at all prices. HUBBAKD HARDWARE CO. DRESS CLOTHES Tuxedos nnd r.ll accessories. Tuxedos priced S25 to $35. NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. MEN'S LOUNGING ROBES Brocaded Rayon and all wool Flannel Robes In a choice selection of colors. S4.40. J. c. TEXNEY co. CABINET SMOKERS He'll really appreciate one of these Cabinet Smokers Low priced loo. HIinnARD FURNITURE CO. GIVE something practical—cutlery, bird cages, aluminum ware, toasters, "electric irons, clocks, % \va:ches. OBEKST STORE COr Santa Cl-ius" Headquarters •Ve Sell Everyl'iin;;- -the best quality Xmas Glfrs. Radios, Musical Instruments, Ci.idies. Lamps, Lea- Ilier Goods, Glassware, Electrical Gifts. MIIKHIJKST CO., 100 E. Main GIFT NOVELTIES took Ends, Ash Trays, Whal-N'ots, Vases, Boudoir Lumps Table lumps nnd novelties of all kinds. r.lMKir.S JEWELRY Sj'l'OKK Mm-wowl combination BRIDGK' TABLE and Fire Screen efiuS" Mursvood . de luxe tray £4511' ItOltliM'S ' ' ' I)EEl> NAP BLANKETS 70x80 Deep Knap Double Blnn- kets In a Ucantlful range 01 plaiiis. $2.19. J. C. PKNNF.Y CO. Only Five More Shopping Days Until Christmas. TABLES! TABLES! Coffee Tables, Occasional Tables. End Tables...Every kind 'of table ...And they always mako en acceptable gift. IIUBBARB FURNITURE CO. TOYLAN'n OPENED Kiddles will be delighted to know- that our complete Toy Department s now open. J. C. I'ENNEV CO. PRACTICAL GIFTS Give the children things that will last such rus Tricycles. Coaster Wagons. Skates, Air Rines, Bicycles, etc. All price;! most reason- rbly. HUBBAUD HARDWARE CO. Only Five More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Make your home modern and convenient for Christinas with built-in cabinets, shelves, break- fn.st nook, wall brackets. R. J. Peterson, 250 N. 2lst '/our dinner will not be complete without FLOWERS for Xmas. Hfaton's Hnme of Flowers Only Five More Shopping Days Until Christmas. A Photograph—Ihe Prrfrct XHVM Gift RrduceJ holiday prices. Ifu- l-rrt Doyle, next door to Western Union. dive yourself-u Xmas gift. Have your WATCH repaired by an expert. O'Bryanl, Alilridjc Jewelry Store. Eeautlfnl, inexpensive nrttficia'l WREATHS for tlie graves of loved ones at Xmas. Hcaion's Home of Flowers NSWERS ibfccfyS ME m CUKSK Judge D. B. Deem has married ',.000 couples during his 35 years In office and granted between 300 and 400 divorces. R*M ~ WARNING ORDER N THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAW1U DISTR1T MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKAM- SAS. R. V. Carpenter. Plaintiff vs. No. 5735 James M. Burkner el al. Defcnd- ints. The defendsn'.'. James M. Buckler and Birdie Bryant, are warned •o appear wltMn ninety days In 'he court nan-.e-l In the captaion '.eieof and answer Ihe complaint •>! the plaintiff. R. v. Carpenter Dated this 27th day or Nov. R. L. Galnes. Clerk By Elizabeth Blythc, D C F. C. Douglas. Ally, for Plalnlifl. 18-25-1-1-8 WARNING ORDER 'J. W. Fisher: Maude E Fisher «.,J TT f. Ty . tlllv. . _ M 4X , , .tuuflaVJII, . ~,o i ,1 ™ are warncd to AUorneys for Plaintiff. 17-2-1-1-18 oppear^ In the Chancery Court for 1 WARNING ORDER Lavenic Priola: John A. Prtola ^." U0 "!l. n6 ""^,, thc "> !»' Cn- The Wise Men brought GOLD •jn-lTRANK INCENSE rvnd MUWH. Th» plant shown it the MISTLETOE. Joyce Kilmer was an AMERICAN POET, whose most popular work Is "Trees." of said court this I6th day of November, 1933. ' R. L. GATNES Clerk. Reid. Evrard & Henderson stsslppl County, Arkaruas. within three months, to answer the com- ptant filed therein against them by Union Savings Building and Loan Association. Wtncja my hnnd und ths seal Wltness my hand and the seal of said court this IGlh dav of November. 1KU. n. L. GAINER. Clerk. Reid. Evrard & Henderson. Attorneys for [>binttff. 17-24-1-18 WAKNINT. ORDER Robert H. Allen; Belly c. Allen; Ellis-Jones Drug Company E. M. Ellis and F. H. Gallo- as receivers for Ellis-Jones Drug Company; and Ellis-Way Drug Company, are warned lo appear In (he- Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi onnly. Arkansas, within three months, to answer the complaint filed against them by Union Savings Building nnd Loan Association. Witness my hand ann the seal of said conn this 16th day of November. 1933. R. b. GAINES, Clerk; Reid, Evrard fc Henderson. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 17-24-1-18 G. G. Caudill General Insurance 106 N. Broadway Phone 797 Oklahoma Ready for Snow OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (UP) —Oklahoma, where heavy snow la a rarity, has provided snow fences (or most state highways and purchased snow plows and removal I equipment. Druggists O>pos< Tngwrll Bill | tion opposing passage of the Tug- KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP) —I well bill for stricter food and drug Druggists of Greater Kansas City laws in the next session of Con- adopted without dissent a rcsoln- gress. GRADE A Raw Milk Phone 74 Craig's Daily Drink BARGAINS IN NEW & USED FURNITURE R.J.DODSON 303 E. Main - Phone 15i . ra i nnd E. p. Wright are warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within three Months; tf> nria*er R com BUDWEISER MOONLIGHT TAVERNCAFE Next Boor lo Nabrrs Grocery PLATE LUNCH - 30c Home Made Paslric.1 Frlr.l Chicken - Sinks BERT DUGAN, Che Open Day and Nijht "BURKE HARDWARE COMPANY" The One Price Store Sells For Less •We have the Most Complete Line of Hardware in Eastern Arkansas! Not the Largest, But the Most Complete. Burke Sells For Less Why and How? Our Overhead is Less. We Pay Cash - - We Sell for Cash. We have no delivery. No porters or high powered salesmen. Obviously Why Can't We Sell for Less? It's no secret as (o how and why. Come In and Be Convinced. We Accept the Chnllange. OUR MOTTO BURKE HARDWARE COMPANY Sells For Less And We Have One Trice To All I'm Itc Water and R«l Rooms for Mm, Women and Children

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