The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 22, 1950 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 22, 1950
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•ATURDAY, JULY 22, 1950 BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW* Mize Hits Comeback Trail And Yankees Begin to Roll By RALPH KODEN £' (AaMKlatMi PTCM Sport. Writer) The big cat is on the prow] again. Johnny Mize, who terrorized National League pitching for so many years, is blasting sway as of old for the New York Yankees in their American League pennant bid. "Big Jawn," who a short while*- —•• — —— was on the brink of drawing Cotton Pickers to Battle Rector In Final Pre-Tournament Game I hii release, has hit a fantastic .867 lor his last four games. He began lo purr against St. Louis Tuesday, •nd has banged out 13 hits in 15 trips—including ftve home runs— »lnce then. Mile's amazing performance has raised his batting average 119 points from .258 to .377. MI« ascended the heights of his comeback last night as he belted out two homers, a pair of singles and drove in five runs to lead the Yanks to a smashing 14-5 victory over the pace-setting Detroit Tigers In the opener of a vital three-game •ertes »t the Yankee Stadium. The overwhelming triumph, witnessed by 62,823 fans, cut the Tigers' lead over the Yanks to l',i games. The Yanks can assume the lead by winning today and Sunday. Hilt Clean-up MJ», who took over the fourth •lot in the batting order when Joe PiMasglo became 111, was kept In that position against the Tigers. D dropped to fifth. The move . „- - as DiMagglo clubbed three aingles and a double. It marked the •econd time since DiMagglo took over the cleanup spot from Lou Oehrlg In 1939 that he has batted other than fourth for the Yanks. Th» Ysnks Jumped off to » lead they never relinquished. The Bomb- «ri cracked lefty Ted Gray for two runa in the first Inning, added two more In the second, and drove him out with three in the third to take » 1-0 lead. Vic Raschl, Yankee starter, blank*d the Bengals on two hits going Into the fifth. The Tigers suddenly cam* to life and scored four runs to knock Raschi out. But the Yanks, with big ,,..^ •howing the way, came right back and scored In their half of the fifth to put the game' out of reach. Mize banged Paul Calvert for a Ihrce- run homer and followed up with a two-run smash in the seventh. Tom Ferrick and Joe Page finished up for the Yanks, with Ferrick receiving credit for the victory. The pennant, race In the National league also tightened up as the Philadelphia Phils tied the St. Louis Cardinals for the lead. The Phils, behind the eight-hit pitching of rookie Bubba Church beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-1 Eddie Waitkus scored three of the victors' runs and Dick Slsler drove boat two. Ralph Kiner accounted fwlPIttsburgh's , run with his 28U homer in the eighth inning. Cardj lose 5-1 St. Louis dropped a 5-4, U-lrming decision to the New York Giants An error by .Eddie Miller allowed Alvln Dark to score from tlilrti with the winning run. Stan Muslal sent the game Into overtime with a two out homer in the seventh, his 12th Off Sal Maglle, who went the dis- tanc* for the Giants. Cloyd Boye Went all the way for the Cards. The third place Boston Braves remained a game off the pace by dropping a. 4-3. I3-Innlng game t. the Chicago Cubs. Bill Serena sin •led home.Andy Pafko from sec- on.a with the payoff run, spotlini Johnny Bain's bid for his 13th vie tory. Brooklyn's fourth-place Dodger Jnoved to within two games of tht eo-leaders by trouncing the Cincin- natf Reds, T-l. Veteran Preacher Roe tamed the Redlegs on eight hits to pick up his 12th victory Little Con Marrero, prevented Cleveland from gaining ground in the American League chase as he pitched the Washington Senators to • 3-3 victory over the third-place Indians. Boston's powerful Red Sox pound«d the St. Louts Browns Into the dust, 7-4, and the Philadelphia Athletics edged the Chicago White Sox 7-0, In 10 innings. Hall and Sirois To Meet Welch And Garabaldi Two veteran heavyweight grap- ,>lcrs. Ralph Garabaldi and Roy Welch, join forces Monday night as one of the two wrestling teams in the tag match feature of the American Legion's wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium. Garabaldi and Welch will team against tivo more veteran heavies, Finis Hall and Walter Siroris In the 9v-minute time limit, best two of three falls main event. Promoter Mike Meroney said yesterday that Welch has been booked as a substitute for the 300-pound grnppler who wrestles under the name of Humphrey Pennyworth because of his resemblance-to the Humphrey Pennyworth of the Joe Palooka comic strip fame. A substitute was necessary, Meroney said, when the wrestling Pennyworth was forced to quit the ring xmtil he obtained permission from Ham Fisher, who draws the Joe Palooka strip, to use the name nf Humphrey Pennyworth. Meroney said that he hoped to book the king-sized wrestler for an appearance here in the near future. Monday night's appearance will be the first here for both Garabaldi and Welch in several months. Both have large following* among Blytheville fans and are considered two of the best heavyweights In this area. Siroris and Hall have both appeared here recently and both are regarded as tough oppon enfs, especially as a tag team. ' Two one-Ian preliminary bouts are also on the card, with Welch meeting in the first and Garabaldi battling Siroris In the second. •• Blytheville's Junior Legion Cotton Pickers will play their final game before next week's District Two tournament tomorrow afternoon when they meet the Rector juniors at Armorel Park. The game will be the first of _ scheduled doubleheader at Aruuvel. In the nightcap the Armorel Tigers ire slated to meet Lepanto. Yesterday afternoon, tVie Pickers wound up their home season with 1-2 victory over the Tomato inde- Schultz Gets No. 75 as Vols Gain Split By TTi« Associated Press 1,4. Schultz, the pitcher with JUterbugging nerves who flopped with Memphis but Hares with a flourish »t Nashville, may be the Southern Association's first 24*»me winner In the nine seasons. And If he doesn't get Into history that way he's acting iek hr might another way. Btg Bob specdballed and curved his way to victory No. 15 for Nashville last night with a two-hit. 5-0 »riutout of Mobile in the first game of doubleheader. Southpaw Schultz has won his '5 games (he's lost only four) among Nashville's total of 96. That means he's been good for a victory fj^ry six and four-tenths games The Vols have 58 more scheduled. The seven innings of no-run ball Schultz g.ive Mobile made to in 3 row in which no team has crossed home against him. The Southern f?lf ,Tmi CVer ' ls a terrific » Brvin (Little Eva ) Wilhelm of Birmingham in 1907. After Schultz won such a brtl- hant victory Mobile's Marlon Fricano came back to win the second 7-2 with another fine pitching lob FY!cano gave Nashville only sir Mobile's victory sent the Bears ahead of New Orleans Into fifth place. New Orleans lost lo Chattanooga 7-3. Leagxie leadlnjr Atlanta |Bd second place Birmingham con•M ths game of doing the same tnTng at the same time. Atlanta defeated Memphis 8-3 and Birmingham defeated Little i Rock 9-5. The night before thai ' both lost. Thus, the three and a half games <tllferenc« b*tw«n them r»- mtini intact. Junior Golf Meet Enters Semi-Finals DENVER, July 22, (AP) — There still was t transcontinental flavor to the national junior golf tournament today as players from east, west and south squared oil in semi final matches. Eugene Hay oi Attnnta was pair ed with Charles Seville of Los An. geles and Mnson rtudolph of Clarksville , Terui., with William Wolfe of Washington, D. C., in the 18-hoie morning round. Survivors of these matches, the sixth in rapid succession since th< big schoolboy marathon got undei way Wednesday with 128 entries, will come back at 2 p.m. (MST) for the championship round, which also is scheduled for IB holes After the brilliant putting exhibition that gave him a 4-3 victory m the quarterfinals over Don Blk- plinghoff of Orlando, Fla., Hay was expected to attract the biggest gallery. Seville also was impressive as he shot par golf for 16 holes to eliminate Elwood Poore oi Fraxor Pa 3-2. The slender Rudolph moved into the semifinals with a 5-4 win over oJhn Winters of Tuisa, OMa. Rudolph's opponent, William Wolfe, the Washington, D.C., schoolboy champion, earned His semifinal berth by downing scrappy Joseph Ginsberg of Philadelphia, pendent nine at Little Park. Le,ou Piivett and Ted Vance »h»r- ed the hill work for Pickers limiting the visitors to only stven hits, Privett started and worked the first six innings antl Vance, the last three Privett got credit for the victory. Delmar and Adams divided th« hill duties for Tomato, Delmar started and was relieved by Adama in the fifth. Delmar was charged with the loss. -Box score; Blythevflle AB R H Belknap ss 4 A Garner )f-2b 4 2 Chilress c-lf 4 t Vance 3b-p 4 9 Slires Ib 3 1 Halstead rf 4 I Harrell 2b 1 0 Burnham Ross If Privett p-3b , Totals Tomato Mike Ib Paul 2b McAdoo 3b .. Dingier K ... Delmar p-cf Dunham c .. Cochran rf . Adams cf-p , Carmon ss .. Totals ..33 7-11 AB R H ... 5 0 ..50 ..50 ,. 3 .. 3 .. 4 .. 4 Sports Roundup HUGH PAGEWV» NEW YORK, July 22. (ft 1 )—Couple of provocative questions from guys who might, know something but, iren't saying how much they know: . . 'Why not ask the baseball commissioner if there are any investigations of clubs suspected of dealing under (j,e tabl^on bonuses?" . . . p.S. We've heard several hints from baseball men that "other" clute might be guilty . . . "How many colleges received NCAA reprimands for dickering with St. Louis University football players after the BilJiken grid team folded?" .- P.S. No. 2: we didn't think the St. Louis jjrid players were that, Rood ... if anybody knows the answers, we're listening. But its obvious that A, B. Chandler isn't going to advertise that his sleuths are after someone and that, the NCAA prefers to do Its reprimand- Jag in private. .nil No. Nine Cards To Meet Ridgley The Numler Nine Cardinals will play the Ridgley, Tenn., independents at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at Number Nine Park, Lefty O'Kane is slated to pitch for the Cards and Troy Bolick will catch. Battery for Ridgley Is scheduled to be Greg, pitching, antl Burris, catching. In B meeting early this month, the Cards blanked the Ridgley club 9-0 on the lasers' diamond. Official Scorer Fined for Quips About 1 Umpires PORT WORTH, July 22. t—. Walter. Morris, who made news last year by fining a chief of police, has come up with another one for the book. The president of the East Te*as League yesterday fined an official scorer for what he said .about the umpires over a loud speaker. "My umpires reported that the fellow said 'there'll be new umpires tomorrow night; these bums won't be back.' The league owed him $37.50 for scoring so I fined him 137.50 and that made us even," Morris declared. Morris last year fined the chief of police at Temple for allegedly shoving »n umpire. The chief didn't pay it but the ball club did. 'Ploy Day' at City Parks Scheduled For Tuesday A second city park "play day" for Playground athletic teams, will be held Tuesday at Maloney Park, J. P. Garrott, director of the Blytheville Y said today. A similar event was held at David Acres Park, two weeks agj. The David Acres Park team* scored the most points in the Ilrst play tiay competition. The play Any will include competition in all types of playground games Including zelball, horse shoes, sack races, checkers, baseball throw, and paddle tennis. The competition will be open to all boys antl girls between the ages of 10 and 15. Food for Thud A couple of Texai football faiu Were discussing Joe Watcon't Chinees of m»kln r (O od with the Detroit Lloni Oil. f»[| »d one recalled when Baylor's light toacl,. were ir>lnj to t»Ja through (he middle of the Rlct lln« . . , Atttr encountering Witsoo a few tim«, on Kaylor lad retreated to the haddl« and asked plaintively: "Don't you think we should try some end sweeps?];" . . . That iroujht up Fro«y W1I1UBM 1 description of ho<r he played tnd defense; "I charge into the tack- field mt hard as I can and try t» t«r up (he play u much ax I ran .... Then 1 listen—for the tonnd of Wilson jnakint the tackle." Shorts and Shell* On R recent inspection trip, Jack Sheehan, hoss of the Cubs' farm system, saw Springfield move into first place, Sptndale (N.C.) take its nltitli straight game, Moultrie (Qa.) take three In a row and make the first division and Ftaclc Kill (S.c.) win the only game he watched Baybe instead of sending players to their farms, the Cubs should just send Sheehan The u. S. lawn Tennis Association has approved a celebrity tournament at Forrest Hills next month. On« feature will be a team with American Lawn Termls magazine opposing the Police Gazette . . . Ray Welbourne, who is running a mid-summer ski meet at Laconla* N. H., tomorrow claims' the 50 or tons of crushed ice cost less than plowing the parking areas in winter. Weak End Note« Vlto Rasaxio, WillUm and Mary'i flashy football end who brake a Iff In spring practice, ha* recovered enough to play center field for (he Grundy, Va., »fmi- pro bill team . . . Buck CanneV who broadcasts baseball to Ijttin America, la looking for ft "name* baseball man to run a team for the president of Nicaragua , , , Bob Braxan, manager of the Fort Worth Cats, not onljr is rated a< one of the bent managers in the DodEerj chain, but he's top« at public speaking and selling program ad4. 6OVTSEBM ASSOCIATION W L Pet Atlanta ..... , ....... «o 33 .015 Birmingham ......... is SS .S09 Nashville ........... 62 44 .5*2 Memphis . ., ........ 48 44 .521 Mobile ..... , ......... 44 50 .408 New Orleans ....... 43 49 .467 CliatUnooga ......... 40 51 .412 Little Hock . , ....... »& »i JSQ NATIONAL I* AC Um W I, Pel. st ' Louis ............. 48 36 .571 Philadelphia ......... 48 36 ,57| Bos ton ............. ts 36 .561 Brooklyn ........... 44 35 .555 Chicago ............. 3» 41 .488 New York ........... 33 .(8 .452 Cincinnati ........... aa 41 ,«i PitUbiirt'h ........... 31 52 .373 A.MIBJCA.V LEAGUE Detroit . . New York . Cleveland Boston . Washington Chicago St. Loui., Philadelphia W L 55 30 5t 32 82 «8 40 39 tO 44 30 52 .409 30 58 .349 30 67 J4S ret. .0-17 .623 ,531 .657 .476 Yesterday's Results Southern AsonciatloB Nashville 5-2, Mobile 0-7 Birmingham 9, Little Hock 5 (12 fiinlngs) Atlanta 8, Memphis 3 Chattanooga 7, New Orleans 3 National League Chicago 4, Boston 3 (13 innings) Brooklyn 7, Cincinnati i Philadelphia 4. Pittsburgh 1 New York 5, St. Loius 4 (11 hi- u(ngs) American Leagn* New York 14. Detroit 5 Boston 1, St. Louis 4 Washington 3. Cleveland 2 Philadelphia 1, Chicago J (10 Inlings) Don't forget July 25th. lo VOTE Tuesday. Ark-Mo, Saliba Nines Win in BWL The Ark-Mo Power Company and the Fred s. Saliba Company won games In the Bay Window Softball League y«ter<Jay afternoon- Two rained out games were made up In league play yesterday with Ark-Mo beating Phil Applebaum's team 5-4 and the Salibas defeating Burnett Hudson Sales 7-3. Austen pitc/icd for rtrlc-.Vfo in the Ilrst game with Bud Lutes going for Applebaum. In the second £ame Stiles hurled for Burnett and Tolbert for Saliba. RESOLUTION WHEREAS, Dell School District No. 23 of Mississippi County, Arkansas, projjoses to issue $66,000 In school bonds for the purpose of creeling and equipping an elementary school and gym., and desires to submit to the elators of the District at the annual school election to be held on September 26, 1950, the quastian of Issuing the bonds and vollng a continuing building funti tax of 15 mills for their payment, beginning with truces collected In 1952: NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT HE- SOLVED by the Board of Directors of said school district that: 1. They do adopt as the Budget for the fiscal year beginning July \, 19 —, that budget attachp'd hereto as Exhibit "A" and made a part thereof, proposing that the electors vote a total school tax of 29 mills, of which 15 mills shall be a continuing building fund tax for the purpose of payln? the principal and interest of the proposed bond Issue of SSB.OCO. which it is estimated will run for approximately IS ye.ivs; and that the President and Secretary publish said budget once a week for three weets, beginning not later than July 27, 1950, in Blylhe- villc Courier News, a newspaper pubZwhect in (his county, 2. The President and Secretary of the Board of Directors are hereby authorized and directed to request the County Board of Election Commissioners to prepare the ballot and submit the question of a total school tax oi 29 mills, ol which 15 mills shall be a continuing building fund tan; Uj provide tor the election of one director; and >x> conduct and hold the annual election as required by Act 56 of the year 1949. 3. The President and Secretary are hereby authorized and directed to advise the County Supervisor of the action of the Board and to request that he carry in his notice of election for this district the pro- BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, July 24 8:15 p.m. TAG MATCH Ralph Garabaldi & Roy Welch Adults SOe—Children 15<. . Finis Hall & Walter Sirois For Reserved Se«U, C«U 3389 Alto 2 l-Fall 30 Minute Matches Welch vi. Hall Garabaldi rj. Sired Today's Games Southern Anoeuttoa Atlanta at Memphis night Mobile »t Nashville night Birmingham at Little Rock night New Orleans »t Chattanooga night You Don't Forget Alarm BRIDGEPORT, Conn., {/ft— People who have been coasting on that -••• alibi for morning tardiness— _ forgot to set the alarm"—have been given a sharp Jolt by the General Electric Co. A new automatic alarm clock which has to be el only once and thereafter wakes ts owner «t the same time every morning has been announced. The clock automaticMty resets :self to sound off every 24 hours— ncludlng weekends—unless the wner remembers to shut ft off. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at Cincinnttl New York at Chicago' Boston at St. Louis 2 day-night Detroit it New York Cleveland at Washington night Chicago at Philadelphia St. Louis at Boston x>sed millage including the con- Ujtulng building fund mtllage tax with the provision that the surplus, revenue from the building fund mlU&ge may be used for other school purposes. 4. The President and Secretary ire hereby authorized »nd instructed to advise the Sheriff of the ac- .ion of the Board, to the end that le may include the mlllage for the alstrlct In the posting and publishing o! his proclamation oi the annual school election. 5. The President and Secretary ire hereby authorized to publish a .egal notice oi the sale oi the proposed bond Issue, In such form as *'lll comply with the law and they deem advisable. CERTIFICATE I, the undersigned, Secretary of <: Board oE Directors of the above District, certify the foregoing lo be » true copy of a resolution duly adopted on July 8, 1050. CERTIFIED under my hand and the seal of said District this July 17, 1950. R. B. Crawford, secretary 7;22-29-8,5 Armorel Tigers to Meet Light In District 3 NBC Title Game The Arraorol Tigers and Light of Greene County meet Monday night in Manila for the District Three Notional Baseball Congress semi-pro championship. Armorel won the right to meet Llsbt for (lie tournament championship by downing the Numtcj Nine Cardinals 4-1 In * semi-final game which wns the nightcap of doubloheader at Manila's Jay- C/iewes Move to Top Spot In CSL by Routing Ark-Mo 12-1 St. Paul Open Enters Serious Rounds Today ST. PAUL. Mtnn.. July 22. W—A trimmed Held of golfers who proved thetr abilities In 38 hobs or play settled down today to the serious business of trying to capture tlie $2,5Co first prize In the 81. Paul Open golf tournament. to an, there «<ere 55 plnyers eligible for the (Inal 38 holes. half to be played toiiay and the final 18 toincmnv. Of thl.s troiip. 82 won their places by scoring 1J9 or better in the 30 holes played Thursday and Friday. The oilier three were local amateurs named to provide » Held of ten slmon-pnres. Lending those who won Uielr pUces the hard way were Jim Ferrle'r of San Francisco. Calif,, and Skip Alexander or Knoxvlllc. Tenn., c.icii with ISO. He shot a 71 yesterday and a r>5 Thursday. Alexander shot * 60 yesterday to go with his first round 67. One stroke behind them were Henry Ransom of St. Andrews, III,, ami Ted Kroll of New Hartford. N. Y. Each shot a TO yesterday to go with 61s the opening day. Prank Stranahan of Toledo carded a ronr-nnner-par 68 lor a 138 total to make him low amateur. Joe Klrkwood, Jr., of Hollywood, Calif., pulled a back muscle In the middle of yesterday's round and had to give up after shooting n two-under-par 34 on the outgoing nine. He shot 71 Thursday. Scores generally were higher than on the first, 'day, although another 32 golfers hnd scores of 12 or better yesterday. Yesterday's best scores were made by Strnnalmn, Marty Furgol, Art Doerlng of New Richmond. VVIs., and Lloyd Mangrum of Chicago each of venom shot a es. Rlegel' of Tutsu, Okla., blew to a rive-over-par 77 yesterday after enjoying a 66 and second place on the first day. Hlegers difficulties came on the tenth and 11th holes when his drives went Into bunkers. -* Bulllvnn - Nelson's Chmoh-ls moved Into first place In the City Softball League standings last night by downing the first place Ark-Mo KllowattCTs 12-1 In Uvn nightcap of a league doublehcadcr at Walker Park. In the tlrsl game of the double bill, the Wude Lee Cotton Company nine and niylhevillo Motor Company battled to an ll-n tie. The. game win called at the end of the seventh liming due to the 8:30 tlrst game cuvfew. Dill fiakcr let the KilowatlcrR have but four hits, one a home run by Pat Cliltmon that Recounted tor ArJc-Mo's only run. Herb Holmes went the route for the Kilowaltors and was lagged for five hits. Holmes' wlldnrss kept him in almost constant trouble. ceo Field last night. Number Nine moved into the semi-final round by clubbing the host Manila team 4-2 In last nlght'i first game. Grover Whittle, Number Nine veteran righthander, tried for "iron man" honors by working In both ends of last night's twin bill but he didn't r|ult« make the grade. Whittle stopped Manila In the first Same and the Cardinals sent him nfiainst Armorel in the second, but he had to retire ,in the seventh Inning of the nightcap In favor of lefthander I/>pe7. O'Kane. Taylor Goes Route Whittle gave up eight, hits In the first game and his teammates got only five off Manila's Wayne Taylor but Number Nine's hits were more timely. Taylor went all the way for Manila. Armorel picket up nine > • :r the two Number Nine hurlcrs The Chevrolcts scored one run In [ Fritz West pitched a three-hit game the first Inning on three walks and for the Tigers. West went all the an error and n wulk, two singles | way for Armorel to get credit for nnd two Infield ouu< gnvo them four more in the third. They aildcd two Insurance tallies In the fourth, one more In the fifth nnd four In the sixth. The Motormen and Wade Lec'.i team engaged In m the first game with the Motonncn. getting 13 base hits including two homers and the Lec.s RetlliHf II. The Motor/nen's two homers were hit the nig victory. The loss was charged lo Whittle. A. A. (Pinky) Tipton. district MB C commissioner, said this morning Uial tlie championship game was moved back until Monday night on the request of managers of both the Armorel and Light teams. The final game was scheduled to be played tomorrow afternoon, but both Armorel and Light bad other by Charles' Walker" •mcYViul''Lin" Knmc!i scl ' c <l" lc <i « n «i "sked that for,) lhe championship contest be play- rd. Clmrlcs Cook pitched nil the way for the MoUirmen and L. w. Fitz- hngli went the route for (lie Lee team. The Motormen came from behind In the top Itnlf of the seventh Inning with a five nm rally to take the lend il-lo but the Lees tied It tip In the bottom of the seventh. NOTICE Proposed Budget of Expenditures Together with Tnx Levy for Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 1951, to nnd Including June 30. 1952, for Dell School District No. 23, of Mississippi County, Arkansas. The Board of Directors of said school dtstrlct, In compliance with the requirements of Amendment No. 40 to the Constitution oi the State of Arkansas, adopted November 7, IMS, ha.s prepared, approved. ! and hereby makes public the proposed budget oi school expenditures for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1951, to »nd Including June 30, ISS2, together with the tax rate, as follows: i General control % 500 Instruction . M42f! Operation of School Building self Mnintenance of School Plant nnd Equisiment .... 80- Auxlll.iry Agencies (Including trniwportatlon) 7300 Fixed Charges leoo Capital Outlay , ., 1)58! , Debt Service 12809 '. To provide for the foregoing pro- : posed budget of expenditure*, the ! Board of Directors propose a tax • levy of 29 mills, divided B.S follows: 16 mills Is K continuing lux mtcil ' for bonds now outstanding which ' nm through 1952. 14 mills Is for the operation of the scliols, and 15 mills beginning with taxes collected in 1952, will be a liix lot- n proposed bond Issue of $68,000, which will run for approximately IS years, to be Issued for the purpose of creclliiK and equipping elementary school and gymnasium. This 15 mill tax will coiu>Ulutc a continuing annual levy until the principal nml Interest of the proposed bonds are paid in full, with the provision that the surplus revenues from (he building fund mlllnge may be used for other school purposes. GIVEN this 17 day of July 1050. Dell School District 23 of Mississippi County, Arkansas By W. R. Orirfin, President and R. B. Crawford, Secretary 1|22-29-8[5 ed Monday night, Tipton said. With the Courts Chanccryt Marie Terrell vs. Athel Terrell, suit for divorce. Virginia Mooueyhan vs. J. W. (K. n.) Mooneyhan, sult.for divorce. Shirley Snyder, Jr., vs. Dolll* Snydcr. suit for divorce. Nellie Jarrcll Faught vs. Q. W. Faught, suit for divorce. FOR SALE Ctncreto culvert* IX to«b to «i tn«h. plain «i reenfor«e<l Ate* Concrete Baildtni Block* cbeap* er than tamber foi fc*ra» dilefcc* heases. parati bow**, t*n*Bl hnuse* inn) ihedt W* (JeUrW C«U •» far free w«1m»U. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. fh.Df dl Contact Us For The Kesf fn Wedding Pictures FAUGHFS STUDIO ,N'e» Gltncnt BMi Phone 6011 VOTE FOR John J. COWAN For State REPRESENTATIVE A young lawyer, qualified to serve you well, who will strive to promote your interests and the progress of Mississippi County. rollllc.iJ Advertising Paid for by John J. 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