The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1937 · Page 6
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PAGE sn ;Bi/rrHEyriXE, Unable, to Ru|c On Pilch, Umpire Forced 1 to Jump Fence. 1 - BY CLFNN A ORTFV t'mled PrfiS Staff t'orrfspoiiilcnl rocinssTFn, N. y. ,(UP)— OJK Irfpht August afternoon 80 sears nfo gangling Dick Willis .strode 01 t lo the pitcher's box on ft base- I ell diamond here and,'- prepaied to hi rl his Lone- Star nine to ilc- :iory over the Live Oak: learn, M n signal from Umplie John Slfbbins, Willis faced Hie plate and began .slowly to «In(l up The nowd was lensc, for these were (he best teams In lown and they were playing for the championship The firs!, p|| c ]| twisted from Willis' 1 right hand and shot toward l]ic plate In j.the .. usual straight [liie. But us It iiwi red:: the batter. the ball broke Into a sweeping arc. The batter swung mightily on empty air , nml the ; bewildered catcher dove into the dust nl his right, More History Made That, according' ,to Rochester historians, was (he birth of baseball's first curve. .But there Is more to Hie slorv, pick Willis uncorked [>n assortment of benders, mouln<* down the Llie Oak batters- like tenpins. "Loud \\eic tlie protests and most vociferously repenl°d," savs the record, "'111 [he fifth Inning was reached when the grime was slopped and n decision on [ho fairness of such pitching was clo- m&nded." However/ Umulre Slcbblns, a lawyer by \ocatlon couldn t suo- ply the DiVinei to (his- new ptob- lem. Crowd Jams Field "As. the plavers gathered around him, all <' : talking • at one'. 1 . ; and around them a ling of theh partisans and mound them a inpidly thickening mass of 'cm Ecus spectators," the historical record continues, "the crowd became a mob, the shouting and howling \\eic deafening, and the umpire was be- wlldcrEd,. cither not knowing how to decide, 01 ( not daiinj to decide at all ' "He -looked about for the wcak- -est place hi the ring, broke through it. leaped the fence, and was taken into the carriage of n friend which immediately dro\e mvaj." : 'Aud that,'- the' historian , bonsls, NEWS Most, Courteous Athlete By Kfenz KE CLEVELAND OUTFIELDER. FOUGHT OfF-THRte ATTACKS OFSpiNAu MENINGITIS TO STAY WTH6 ftH NARDEO THE PKtU AOeUPWA SPOBTS WITEJW ASSOCIATION' TROPHY AS.THE /MOST COURAGEOUS ATHLETE OF \93fo. PlAVED |M -74 GAKES LAST 6E4SOKI ANO BATTED.37a. arc: Portageville, Cardwell, liar-' ncrsvllle.. Arbyrd, llayll, Marston, Lilbourn, New Madrid, Kewanec, Parma, Risco, clnrklon, Gideon and. Holcomb. Other tournaments for the southeast Missouri district will be held at Slkeston, rlnt River and Cape Olfnrdeau. Here's Story of The Baltn 1 Who Ilil 'Em a Mile ARCADIA, Calif —jack ', Lilivclt. hasaball manager and scout, paused on his way' to the cashier's window and look a long gander at an nil plane cruising n half-mile or SD > »• > the Santa Anlla racetrack . ' '."• vn. -annul i\ u i ui riicuilllCK marked the first lime In baseball He lowered his ga/e and chuckl»d an umpire was mobbed and chased from the' park. ' The game, of course, was ne\ei but finished tcrs swung of Richard died many for 5 ears aftci b,it- fiitllely at the slants Bradfleld Willis He jears ago. nu almost unrecognized hero of the earls davs- of our national pastime Portageville Will Be Host to Hoop Tourney CARUTHERS VILLE, Mo i, Fe b. 3 —Caruthersvllle , high school bas- ketcers are among teams scheduled to participate In the regional •tournament to be held at Portage- lille the weekend of March 6, it announced here jesterdaj The plane reminded him. ho said of the thne Cotton Tcainey was In :i batting slump in tin; Ainerl- cn.i Association All lie did .was pop to the cntchci and" bouiics high ones oft the grandstand. roof. "We weie In Milwaukee nml Cot was up." mused Lollvelt, "He was nil set to take his cut when'ti plane new over the park and started circling, about 1000 feet high,':] should' 'ay Col stepped out of .the box and looked at I he plaiic. The limp let him look foi a few seconds and tl'cn said 'Hatter up! 'Let's Cot dirt not move. go.' . The ump told him to get in there and get it over \\ith "'Not me' said Cot, "shaking lils head, 'The way I am blooping them I am a cinch to. hit Hint plans nml ma.vbe kill the pilot; Other teams slaUxl to take p.irt "Sine enough ,vhen Cot did go From Pun is Lo Punches Harry Grayson NEW YbRK.4-Ilis paper clmso wltli lloh - Psistor on'ce more demonstrated that Joe.. l/nils prefers his targets propped up; 'iliere was Just, a- faint suspicion of that fpllowlnn Louts' knosliout at the good right hand " - of Max Schmellng. The Gorman con'ised the Negro with. a simple and slight shullle to his right apd bending his 'body in that direction. Thai was 'tipo/r enough as to how. badly the so-railed Brown Bomber would , be bewildered by an op|>p- ivnl who set .out. to bob. grab, sidestep, and run Ills way through 10 rounds, which was exactly what PaEtor did. •.-.,... The dlirerencojKtM'een) Schmellng aii'l Pastor that the Black Uhlan had sufficient faith In.lils timminiltlon and all-round ability lo lake-a shot when an oppbrtun- lly prcscnled itself. Schmelirig could hvrt Louis will) his right hand .and. .knew It. Pastor realized that he couldn't dent/. Judge Ost. The old felt hat either fjOiils-Pasto'r t»unt .also again Illustrated what every .'student of boxing Is w;ell aware of; Anybody with o fair -knowledge of boxlny and a reasonable ainouiit of speed can stick 10 rounds wjtli a killing puncher when that Is tlic only purpose. - •-..'• « « # ' " ' ;• Would Have .Stayed ... With Any lleavywclght ' Pursuing his tactics of the' other night, pas tor' .would have e'ine the limit with, 'any, heavy' weight. Including- Jack. ' Dempsey. I recall the lale Harry Greb dropping into the 1 Van Itellon Stadium,' New York, for a workout with Dempsey before the Man "Mauler repaired .to Atlantic city to train fo: the nrst, of the million-dollar gates with Georges Curperitler'ln. 1921. culling,- grabbing', and nhi- m'ng, .Qreb made Dempsey 'look ;so bad that he never was permuted to work wltli him asaln. Like a number of olhei hea\> welBht 1 ! who mo\cd quite a piece down the pugilistic highway, Lbuls is s-titctli n coiint"i pnnrtier Gene nmnej v,as- rather help less when the other fellow 'failed to lug the trouble to him. The Manly Marine was chucked ffoiii the ring a time or two when pitpd with . unwilling workmen. Jack Johnson would 'make a -lot of fancy moves and -'tunny faces, ^jv^"" WEDNESDAY, ..FEBKUAKY «, ins? but bjried his time until lip had ftj chance to counter. • I Pastor's strategy was clever only In the sense that It enabled'him to go the distance. It was made all the more effective by the element of surprise. The formsr New York University back had charged In all his previous contests. He appeared to be made to order for Louis. Johnston Forjot All About His Customers. Pastor's plan of baltle accounts for his having done .so Hills boxing In • preapration for Louis. The Woshlnton Heights boy spent most of his training time hoofing It around the. reservoir In Centra! Park. He had reason to be more Interested In his legs and wind than in boxing.- There was considerable venom behind Pastor's sprinting. Faslerj as. he should bs called after his showing against Louis, undoubtedly-acted on the instructions of Jimmy Johnston, the Garden promoter. : .Johnston realized what would happen to Pastor If the young man took too many liberties, There Is every evidence that Johnston. know- Ing that Pastor couldn't win, determined to remove ns, much • his-, lee. from Louis as possible. Smoky Joe is in the hands of the opposition, yew know. i • Also In Pastor's camp were those two colored greats of other days, Jack Johnson and Ol' liar' Wills. For obvious reasons, Johnson has-: n't-bsen welcome in the Louis circle. Ll'l.Arthur doesn't exactly care, to see 'his people forgetting alt about.the only Negro world heavy- Play Billiards! Wholesome Recreation '. Mo^erafelj Prlwd Blytheville Recreation . Center 316 W. Main - Former Home of Bell's Pharmacy OARNER APPLETON .MARVIN CHAPPELL . WANTED Government Loan Cotton Phone 167 APPLEBAUM BROS. COTTON CO. Bertl(_B)(fe Bfytheville, Ark. weight champion, and I presume llmt Wills still likes to strut along in .the reflected of having lx>en 11 stable -Black Menace. '.-:' • . • * * • Trade Takes H on tlie Chin as (f.sual The customers w ; ere the goals as usual. A good share of them paid as much as $16.50 each to be hood- 'ninked, Johnston sacrificing- his own trade in giving his cluck j pugilistic public will stand for any heavyweight the dubious honor of thing. going 10 rounds with Louis. I The unusual feature along this Read Conner News Want Ads- line was tlml 18,864 persons w)i< paid $111,570.00 lo see n foot rat instead of a fight actually chceie the mulcKiog all the way aloi the route. They didn't sense: thu they were being'hoodwinked unti they were turned oiit Into the nigh nlr. If any additional evidence wa v\ required, the Louis-Pastor (laser''" furnished clinching proof that tin', Chancery No. 0378 fiub-Dlslrict No. 3 of Grassy Lake ,t Tyron/a Drainage District NI . ' 9. Plain tiff, V. . Certain 1-iml.s-nnd H. L. Wrav. H ol. Mf-ndanl'; niiAiNAOK Nfmt:i: All persons havinK or claiming i'ii interest in any of thr- follow ing described lands are hereby notified thai suit is" peiid!n» in Hi. Chancery Court of the Chickasawba Uhtrict of Mississippi" County ( . Arkansas,-lo enforce the collodion of cerlaln drainage taxes due Kub-H' District No. 3 of Grassy Lake & Tyronza -Drainage district No. 9 on'i, • the .subjoined list of lands, each supposed owner having been sei op-Ki POSiteJhis or her or Us lands, to^L-llur wllli the • Hinoimls scverullJT" due from each, lo-wjl: ' ' ,Nan|e .''." i>(. of Sec. H L.SVra'.v ,...'. NE SE I! L, Wray NW SK Taylor Smith N W NK P p Lowden All of Sec. 28 Bist ol Road P P Lowden •• All of Sec. 33 East of Road •Florence o Meadows sw SE Tom Lovctndy NVi NW SW W H & Walter Anderson SE NE M H.Robinson SW NE M H Robinson W of Lake NW SW American Central Life .Ins. co. W of Levee SW SW foothill tcnn foi which he plajed plenty of end nie senior won the Listern Intercollegiate l»\ing cham- ~ from Denoia Pi pionship as a sophomore . r bick to \\oik he hit under a pilch and sent the tall so;high It would hove busted the pilot's meat hand If - the pilot had leaned out. The catcher took it up against the screen for the third out. Read Courier Ntws Want Ads. Hunters I'nj More Hues, BTEMAHCK. N. .D. (UPl-viola- (Ion of .North Dakota's same "and flsn laws paid 54 017 In fiiif •, dur in* 1036 or neailj six times as much as penalties "listed in 1935. E if Lee chief game warden, announced.' Chancery No. .6377 Grassy Lake.-& Tyroiiza- Drainage District No. 9, Plaintiff. V Certain Lands ahd''W.- P. Bell, el al.. Defendants. DRAINAGE TAX NOTICE All persons having or claiming an' interest in anv of the following- dtscnbed lands aie hereby notified that suit is pending in Ihe Chaucer) Court of the Chiokasawba District of Mississippi Coimt\, Arkansas m the case of Grassy Lake «, rvroura Drainage District No 9 Plaintiff \ Certain ,Lands and ,\V F Bell eLM Defendants to enforce the collection of certain 'drainage taxes due Grassj Lake &, Tyrone Drainage District No B in the jear 1931. on, the subjoined list of lands each supposed owner ha\tng been set opiwslle his or hei or its lands together with the amounts seieralK due from eich to-wit They all look alike ...but one is a CHAMPION \ TT'S llie champion that wins tlie favor arid the -«• applause of the multitude when the final test , made . .. That's true in sport-and it's true in whiskey ... As an example, consider the quick rise to favor of Windsor. This'iidi, roundY'lull flavored whiskey is today nn acknowledged .champion in its class... It deserves that honor (or the soundness of its quality, the degree of its flavor, and the light mellowness which makes it so appealing. Have you tried Windsor.lately? IUTIONM. omtLLERS PRODUCTS CORPORAT.ON, E,.<«,,,. Of,.,, NEW YORK, X. V. Name pt of Sec W- P Bell N L NL SE W F' Bell NW SE L M.Mav W Of R NW SW J, El.GiH Fr! E'.r'NW JEGill N & E of.Rlver W 1 .-. NW H L Wray NE SE rf L Wnj N~\y srj Tavlor Smith , NW NE PPLdwdeiiallofSec. .28 - E ofRoa'd F-P.Lowden aUofSec.33 E-,of.Road Florence O Meadows .... SW SE lorn Lovdady N 1 NW SW W H & Walter Anderson-SE: NE M H Rottnsoti i SW'NE American cent. Life Ins. Co w of Levee SW SW Henry Purdue 2 s'q. A SW Cor E 1 ,-; 90 A NE ..."..-. ' Bankers Mortgage Co. .... NE SE Bankers Mortgage Co SE SE C A Rogers Lots 1 &' 2 NE C A llogers .... Lots 3 & 4 NW IIubbard-Hubbard & . Stevens NE SW Dillard <t Cofnn SE SW S E Vail .... SE NW S E Vail .... E 11 Acres SW NW Rebecca Patterson '..., SE SE Harry Taylor N',i N 32 A NW NW Mrs. Ernest ' Taylor .... S'.f. N'32 A NW NW C Tindal s 8 A NW NW C Tindal s 1 -. SE NW C Tindal SW NW Mrs Myrtle Bourland ... NE NE Jim Fowler SE NE Jim Fowler sw NW E L Galncs N\V SE Harry Wade .... S 30 A SW NE E-V Treadway 'NE SE E V Treadway NW SB E V Treadway '.'.'. SB SE E V Treada-ay '..'.... SW SE Sallie Adams Elliott Orlg S«r SW NW Louise Chapman South 6 A SW SE C E Crigger N ol River E '5 A SE SW Louise Chapman s of niver SE SW Louise Chapman s of River E 5 A of s 66 A .... SW SW Louise Chapman ... prl WK NE Louise Chapman NE NW Louise Chapman ... . NW NW Louise Chapman SE NW Louise Chapman i4 SW NW John M Taylor w of Levee all SE Levee Board E',t SW f'-~^ i-v, jji~.»AMi^ SIR 27-H- 9 27 H 9 27-14- 9 34-H- 9 3-t-l-t. 9 12-14-10 12-14-10 20-14-10 28 14 10 33-U-10 3-14-11' 12-H-I1 4-14-12 4-14-J2 4-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 : 5-14-1'i . B-14-12 ; 0-14-12 ; •17-14-12 17-14-12 14-15-11 H-15-11 15-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 24-15-11 24-15 11 24-15 11 24-15-11 26-iS-ll 30-13-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 3G-15-1I 23-15 12 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 Aci-es 20 40 A 13 72 =4 2o 13 id 40 40 9 50 27 80 40 ifl 40 40 15 40 40 49.C4 107.48 20.25 16.75 31 U 38 it; 16 8 20 40 40 40 40 • 40 30 40 ' 40 40 40 1.17 6 7.50 66 5 37 40 40 35 ' 40 28 24.67 Henry Purdue 2 Square •Acres SW Cor E',' E 90 A NE Bankers Mortgage Co NE SE Bankers Mortgage Co SE SE C 'A Rogers: .... Lots 1 &. 2 NE C A Rogers .... Lots 3 & 4 NW S E Vail ...: :. Prl NE NW S E Vail Prl SE NW S E Vail .. Prl E U acres SW NW Rebecca Patterson SE SE Harry Taylor N\!_. N 32 A NW NW Mrs Ernest Taylor SK N 32 A NW NW C Tindal s 8 A NW NW C Tindal svi SE NW C- Tindal SW NW Mrs Myrtle Bourland .... NE NE Jim Fowler SE NE Jim Fowler SW NE R L Gaines NW SE Harry Wade S 30 A SW NE E V Treadway NE SE E V Treadway NW SE E V Treadway SE SE E V Treadway SW SE Sallie Adams 'Elliott NE NW Sallie Adams Elliott NW NW Sallie Adams Elliott' SE NW Sallie Adams Elliolt Lot 2 SW NW Sallie Adams Elliolt Orig. Sur., SW NW Louise Chapman... S. G A S W SE C. E Crigger. N of Road E 75 A SE SW Louise Chapman S of Road SE SW B M Turner Louise Chapman Louise Chapman Louise Chapman Louise Chapman Louise Chapman Louise Chapman . SW SW NW NE SW NE NE' : NW NW NW SE NW SW NW John M Taylor W of Levee nil SE Levee Board Levee Board J,T Johnson Bal E1G SW Frl NV. E ol L Lot 2 NW S. T. U. 12-14-10 12-14-10 aO-14-10 28-14-10 33-14-10 3-14-11 12-14-11 4-14-12 4-H-12 4-14-12 4-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 14-15-11 . 14-15-11 14-15-11 15-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 23-1S-11 23-15-11 24-15-11 24-15-11 24-15-11 •24-15-11 26-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 36-15-11 30-15-11 3U-15-H 3C-15-11 30-15-11 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 24-15-12 2G-15-12 • 26-J5-12 26-15-12 2U-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 35-15-12 Acir-s 40 4(1 40 9.50 21.90 40.82 20 40 40 35 15 2 40 40 •19.04 107.48 n 31 11 38 1C 10 R 20 40 40 40 40 40 30 40 40 41) 40 40 40 40 38.83 1.17 G 7.50 U 20 20 17 40 40 35 40 28 24. G7 75 10 20.T2 7.70 3.70 -5U !>.:« 8.00 5.60 3.93M 3.'93 If I 42. 83 hi 1.35 S.I2 a. 58 2. 50 1:28 2.SG 5.12 3.20 3.20 3.20 3.20 2 1. CO G.03 fi.08 C.-IO 10.21 ' 19.24 18.40 20.20 .40 . -9K l.TO 5.1:1 4.25 ^.9!) 4.93 4.9!) 5.00 1.7'j 3.94 8.38 1.60 Tax 1 44 2 8B 3.71 2.35 .52 1 °0 7.20 8 Jf> 1 82 G.05. 7.20 2.88 3.81 D 33 _ 7.79 .22 4.68 4.6£ '8.5E 18.51 1.70 1.3: 2.5! .81 2.4C 1.50 1.5C .75 .96 .93 2.34 3.84 3.84 3.29 6.72 7.20 6.72 7.20 .06 .28 .30 .25 2.34 2.81 2.8 2.8 2.80 3.4, 4.14 All persons and corporations interested in said lands are hereby notified 'that they are required by law to appear within four weeks and; make" defense to said suit or the' same will be taken for confessed and final judgment will be entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said taxes, together with HIR payment of interest, penally and costs allowed by law. ' This 2nd day of February, . Coston, Attorney Barren * Lilly Sub-Division to Blythcvillc Hattle Gillesplc Lot 15 All persons and corporations interested In said lands are hereby notified that they are required by law lo appear within four week., and make defense to said suit or the same will be taken for con fesscd and final judgment will be entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of colleotliig said taxes, together with the pay mcnt of Interest, penalty and costs allowed by'law WITNESS my hand and seal of office on this 2nd day of February 1937. J. T. Coston, . Attorney. H. M. CRATG, Chancery Court Clerk, By.A. P. smllh, D. c. 1937. It. M. CRAIG. Chancery Court Clerk, By A. P. Smith, 13." C. Chancery No. 0379 . Sub-District No. 4 of Grassy Lake & Tyrouza Drainage District No. 9, Plaintiff, V. Certain lands and H. L, Wray. ct nl., Defendants DRAINAGE NOTICE All persons having or claiming an interest In any of the follow- .ng described lands are hereby notified that suit is pendiii" in the Chancery Court of the, Chickasawba District of Mississippi" County Arkansas, lo enforce the collection of certain drainage taxes due Sub-District No. 4 of Grassy Lake & Tyrouza Drainage District No 9 n the year 1930 on the subjoined list of lands, each supposed owiiei- , having been set opposite his or her or its lands, together imounts severally due from each, to-wit:^ ame Pt. of Sec. S. T. R. H L Wray NE SE 12-H-lO H L Wray NW SE 12-14-10 Florence O Meadows SW SE 3-14-11 Tom Lovelady N',4 NW-SW 12-14-11 W II & Waller Anderson .. SE NE 4-14-12 H Robinson SW NE 4-14-12 American central Life Ins. Co W of Levee SW SW 4-H-12 American Cenlral. Llie Ins. Co W of Levee NW SW 4-14-12 Henry Purdue 2 Square Acres in SW cor. EH E 90 A NE 5-14-12 Bankers,.Mortgage Co ... NE SE 5-14-12 Bankers Mortgage Co SE SE 5-14-12 C A Rogers Lots 1 & 2 NE 6-14-12 C A Rogers Lots 3 & 4 NW 6-14-12 E V Treadaway NE SE • 30-15-11 E V Treadway NW SE 30-15-11 E V. Trcadway SE SE 30-15-11 E V Treadway SW SE • 30-15-11 Louise Chapman .. S 6 A SW SE 23-15-12 C E Crigger N of River' ! s . E 7.5 A SE SW 23-15-12 Louise chapman S of River SESW 23-15-12 Louise chapman s of River E 5 A of S 6 A .... SW SW 27-15-12 Louise Chapman NW NE 26-15-12 Louise Chapman sw NE 26-15-12 Louise Chapman NE NW 26-15-12 Louise Chapman NW NW 26-15-12 NW 26-15-12 NW 26-15-12 John M Taylor W of Levee All SE 26-15-12 Levee Board EU- SW 26-15-12 Levee Board Frl NVi E of Lake 26-15-12 J T Johnson Lot 2 NW 35-15-12 Louise Chapman SE Umlse Chapman SW Aires 40 •SO 40 20 40 40 35 2 40 40 49.64 107.43 40 40 40 40 0 7.50 0 5 20 17 40 40 35 40 28 24.67 75 10 with the TJX 9.70 12. s.i 3.BS .59 9.81 8.82 12.36 12.37 5.88 3.65 14.30 14.36 14.55 14.55 .16 .95 .70 ..63 4.03 fi.69 7.86 7.86 7.87 7.87 1.43 7,24 7.25 2.62 hereby \vccks All persons and corporations interested In'said lands arc notified that they are required by law to appear within foui ,, vv ^, and make defense to said suit or the same will be taken for confessed and final Judgment will bo entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said taxes, together with the pay-' ment of Interest, penalty, and cosls allowed by law, This 2nd day of February, 1937. IL M. J. T. Coston, Attorney, By A. CRAIG, Chancery Court clerk P. Smith, D. c. ^., . .-Brf-*.,

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