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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS Baseball's Biggest Bargain /L ~-~«njK<w»---, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1937 .. . Plvlheville Is Tirce Points Behind; Robeils In Dead Heat PADAGCllLD. Ark. en-els' f. the Coi'Hcr News) — Jrnrsliaro airnin wen the Cl-=s A ;,-.vee;)- ftakes jn tl:c firnurl risliict I-'o'.ir track''and field meet, the first lo tc held under th? lights, by »nosing, o::t Klythevirc by thrco polnls. Joner.boro finished with 55 I'olnti Blvth-. i!l™ ;;is xe~' with 52. while Parago'.itd was a £00^ !hird 'vith • \ ,' - .'n .^y scored 0 rein's and Mon'tle 4. I'iSgctt wplVed :Mvuy with U'e- Class. E ccm;ietil!on. its sqi"id, 1 ccnsideicd by many the equal if not superior lo nnv of t'ic CU 1 LS A track stirs'ds, i-uiinln<> wild with a total of 101 )r,lnt.-. Ql'.tir •sfliools in Ihe Clii^s n comprtl- llcn fc-'T'l ns Mlow;:: M'lrnv:- duk? 33; Valle-y View. 15, c-xl T - nma. 14. irarrKburi 'niled tn enter ILs iL'am at ll'.e l'.v,t minute Bolton of Jone.sbtiro was the liltfh ptint man of the Class A com-! petition v.illi 1C points but the most talked about pfrforjnnr was 1 ou'f Hayden of Plggott who' fajnercd 32 1-2 points in the Cleiss B competition. ! A check of the records revealed that the Class B marks cx- celleel the Class A marks in six events while the Class A marks were better in eight events and Ihe marks were Ihe same in one contest. j ' Field events were held during the day \\hen preliminaries were slagcd In the track events and all track finals were staged under the floodlights. The events were staged in rapid succession q_nd n large crowd turned out for the night program which was capably handled -by Buddy Storey as starter. Bill Mt'ilwclhcr and Alfied Pfngclterry, handled the field finals in the daytime. There were a number of encil- ing' Mulshes. Seeber of Jone-s- boro and Roberts of nlytlicvllle ran a dead heat in the 440-yard dash. Bolton of Jonesboro beat Mosiey of Blytlieville with only j inches to spare in a stirring nn- 'Isli to the 880-yard run. Mesk«< had not rVnincd f|-.y Uie event and only participated when it appeared that Blytheville might -have a chancre al sweepslakes honors. .. ' GOT Tils KIC,(,KT HA /,V file STAR OF r,/£ OLD A'S FOK A RCpcR.~Kf> $15,000.. 1il£ M/iTe Sbx >»7<;;ocx> FOR THE Bib FELLA ' WAR //e -JtK>T ttDN'T FIT.. $ LEFT FcoT AWY FKOM Ttl£ PMT6 --STefi, IN Ttt£ 8XK£T--BUT, MM IS Bfll/N!) IIM, LEAPS BAJ&.HEN WlT'l A LIFnriA\E A\'ER\iiE OF ,"315 BUCK.'!- //^WS INSTALLED ••? 5MIAICWS ;n THE POSITION AND SNEAKIN& IDEA Tffe f\)L£ Will- HELP '•,. BAT WE NATS TO A &Mfy<A81£ OUTFIELDERS I1H A SIKCNC, AND CCVRXTE THKOWINU ARM. was long, no doubt, bill none can ay that Tunney, despite hi JLions Clnb Will IGivcN.E.A. Loop AUeiidanco Tropl Maharaja likes Luxury GLOUCESTER, Eng. (UP) — plcte modern flat on wheels, it Is' being constructed for the; Mahara- Bolt's Northeast Arkansas i The, I rnoii" fliiK tVsl'f." In! • l.rngU.. UUD IV.al-.es, mi- lia! Appearance What is believed to be'the most Ja of India. The^cost will be be- elaborately equipped railway coach J tween $75,000 and 580,000. i...,,, ,.. „....., _ .. . [s b e ingi : _ a com- i Read Courier News want Ad.i The Lions club of Rlyllievillei SPECIAL ASSKSSMKNT LAND SAUi IV!,, i ,1 If'' , lr0|>hy . '," the | Nnlice ls "feby given that I, the undersigned Special Commissioner. Gi.ii in the Northeast Arkansas wi)] Oll May , 0i mi> w|U]fll ]awfu| , )0l|rs> at U]c Smi(h Doflr of a eaoue W ),| C h has the larfcst open-1 Court HollSB In Blytheville. Arkansas, sell to Hie highest bidder, ing day crowd, it has been an- > v ^ cas i,, lll(? | ollo «-| ' '.o-wlt: i^ lands located in Mississippi County, Arkansas-,, season opens on May ln thrcc ° r tlle j towns followed the next day by openers In the other towns of the circuit. The award of the trophy «V .1. I>. FKIKNI) Tilt- niylhcvllle Giants will meet tin- Independent club organized by Name Pt. of Sec. H I, Wray NE 3E ............... H It Wray Nw SB ............... Tom Lovelady N;i NW SV/ ..... W II & Walter Anderson SE NE M H Robinson SW NE will be based on paid it is understood. Meanwhile plans for lilylhc- Willinm V "leltv" "Alexander I Vllle ' s °P' nln « <Ia y, May C. when j Henry Purdue 2 Square Acres , ,.n.7" 5 ....„.„„".',•! »'ie Glnnls lake on Oscco'a's In- In sw cor E'4 E 30 A NE dians at the foirgroi'rds park herejc A Roecrs Lots 1 & 2 NE are underway with backers of the C A Roger? Lots 3 & 4 NW .... i Ir-nl club confident that Blythc- j Louise Chapman S CA SW SE .. will win the attendance' C E Crig'er N of River E 7.5 former big league pitcher, at 3 o'clock to'ncrrow afternoon at the .'•'•"rounds. Because of nl|;ht Mi >:iy alter lib original plans Is pitchers. He had named )f the heavy showers j V u,' c (Tanager Hoi-shell Bobo, ( ,. c ,.| u , hh original plans for i '" "* It Is anticipated that a half •limns PiililB. McNeil, Ark and lltllcla v will be (I'Mared in Hlv- Marrhall HcmphHI.' Greenwood, '""'lile and Oscccla for Hie cc- II'?., bo»i righthaiideis. to work all places of busi- name this afternoon.! " css ln tllc two l°«™ closln" Gov. Carl E. lialtey is (o be invited to but it probably will nol l>e played !!id they are logical candidates to face the Independents. The re- nainder of the sliirting lineup •iin |>>-o|)i|j] v include Frank Mlll:r. !00-pounrt giant who performed Greenwood the Cotton throw out the first ball. •'I he presidents or the Lions The contestants were well bunched in the 100-yard dash and 220- yard dash..; < Results in A division: Pole vault — Bolton,. Jonesboro, first; Hcrgel, Pnrajmild, second; Tllley, Jonesboro.' third; Dunham, Paragonld. fourth. Height—11 ft 21-2 inches. Shot put—Critcs, Coming, first; Burton, Blytheville. second, Walker,. Blytheville third; Bolton, Jonesboro, fourth. Distance—42 ft., li inches. Discus—Dreher, Jonesboro, first; Crites, Corning, second;' Brown Blylheville, third; Burton. Blvlhe- ville, fourth; Distance—107 ft., 7 inches. High jump-dailies. Jonesboro first; Tilley. Jonesboro. second; Bolln, Paragould. third; Warrington. Blylheville. fourth. Height— 5 ftv 4 3-4 inches. Broad jump —Bolln, Paragonld first: Tllley, Jonesboro, second White. Paragoutd, third; Gaines Jonesboro. fourth. Distance — 21 ft. 4 inches. Javelin—Bolton, Jonesboro. first: Warrington. Blytlieville, second Brown. Blytheville, third; Dougi!i= Paragould. fourth. Distance--15 ft, 3 inches! 120 yard high hurdles—Jenkins Blytheville. • first; Seeber, Jones boro, second; Warrington, Blythe ville. third; White, Paragonid fourth. Time—18.1 seconds. ICO yard dasli—Gaines. Jones toro, first; Dunham, Paragould second; Mosiey, Blytheville, third Walker, Blytheville, fourth. Tim 10.5 seconds. Mile medley relay — Paragoul (Rust. DeVoll, Hcrget, Douglas first; Blythevllls, second; Monctt third, Jonesboro, fourth. Time- mln. 7 seconds. 880 yard relay — Blythcvil (Walker. Ecsharee, Pencil, first; Jonesboro, second: Par. gould, third; Monettc. (our Hi. min.. 38.4 seconds. 440 yard dash—Seeber, Jone boro.-and Roberts, Blytheville. tii for first in dead heat; Rylc Paraeoiild. third. Fulrell. Corni fourth. Time—57.8 seconds. V.n yard clash—Dunham. Pan gould, first; Walker, Blytheville. second, palnes. 24 seconds. 220 yard low hurdles-Jenkins, Southern League iltle Hock .. lemphls ... llanla liattnnooga ashville .... ew Orleans IKKVille ... Irmhii-liam L. Pel. •2 .714 2 .007 2 .MY 2 .GM .'I 3 3 4 .500 .429 .187 .107 Nalinnal League Ittsburgh t. Louis .. i,v York . 'hiltutelphia Brooklyn •|ncliin;UI hicago Boston \V. Pel. 3 0 1.000 3 0 l.OOfl 0 3 0 3.' 0 3 .067 .50 ,(XM .000 American Boston 'hiladelphla Ileveland it. Louis .. Vashiiiglon Cf.iiciii-o s'cw York . W. I- Pet 2 0 I.COO 10 G[1DFF 10 BE ftPIED Critics Want to See How Boys Act When Hurl '"' - BY IIAHKY OKAYSON Sports Editor, NEA Service ., CLEVELAND. O. — liobei't, Edward 'Nestell has passed the test that•;old-timer's Insist, lill young lichtcrs be ( pnl lo. • In-Los Angeles 'the 'other night 1 he Hollywood kid who lights like Dcmnsey and looks like Tunncj was smacked solidly by Lee Raina count of 1 2 1 1 1 I 2 ' 2 1 0 f> 1.C03 .007 ,500 .333 .333 2 .333 1 .000 Yesterday's Results' of experience In a prone or sit- .iiiit position, did not condiic litmsclf creditably in '-the emergency. The board of examiners do no hold knockdowns against fighting men. It's iio«- they act on the canvas that counts. Bob Kilvshuiuons was. bowled over regularly, but. there was plenty of trouble when he yanked those knock-knees out of the dust. Max Bacr belted Echmellng silly and slopped him, but (he Black Uhlan returned the ^Butterfly 'Butcher Hoy's fire and was. dangcr- uus ' until the referee intervened. Schmeling emerged from .the acid test with colors flying. There never was any question flbout his gameness I hough he won Smilliern League Birmingham nt Memphis, rnin. Liltle Rock 0, New Orleans 2. ' Chattanooga 8. Knoxvllle 7. Nashville 4, Atlanta 3! ' . i • i Nuliimal League ;.[ New York 3, nostoii 0. : •<• ''; Brewklyir 4., Philadelphia 3. ' Pittsburgh 4. Cincinnati 3. • . St. Louis 5. Clilcngu 4. i J : ! American League Detroit 10, Chicago 2. Cleveland 9, St. Louis 2. Philadelphia 7, Washington 1. New York at Boston, rain. Today's Games Southern League Birmingham nt Memphis. Chattanooga nt Knoxvllle. New Orleans at Little Rock. Atlanta at Nashville. American League Detroit at Chicago. St. Lfliiis at Cleveland. Philadelphia at Washington. New York at Boston. Introddcing - - BoLo's Gianis Ralph "Rod" Robbins. second 1 'oasc. 19 years old. weighs 157 nm>, went down for nine—nnel gel np. Nestell gained further prestige by stopping Ffnmage In the tenth which' Is when he flattened one Frank Ic Hammer end Kiu^fisl Levinsky. This big boy's system seems to lie giving them a thorough shcl- incklni* before polishing -tiieni iofr In 'IheTtriniage engagement; tlic only diiVcrence was_ that he forgot to pull iii his' whiskers' Just once too often. His-severest, critics say that his biggest fault is that he is Ion easily' hit-. Off the Ramngc battle, I would add that ho is ,too easily put down, 'for Itn; gentlemanly veteran of San Diego is n • notoriously light hitter. But that doesn't ,secm to make much difference to the professional old-timers who dote on .scrappers who climb out of the the King. They go into ecstasies nbont large chaps who regain their pins, for they appreciate-that there is nothing quite as helpless as n •big fellow on the deck badly hurt. There is so much of him to be pulled together and hoisted. Louis Flunked Test When Hit Solidly I suppose that old-timers who arc so keen to sec a prospect whacked squarely on the cho|B have in the past been fooled as badly as so many of the Jolniny- Come-Latclys were In the case of Jo« Lonis. Until Max Schineling caught up with him. Louis looked like and was heralded as a 'combination of Jack Johnson. Joe Walcott. Joe Gans. and George Dixon. But Louis looked like the rankest^ novice once Sclimeling tagged him with his good right arm. True Smoky Joe stood up under withering fire round after round, but lie was unable to shake olf the effects of Ilerr Moxie's shells sufficiently well to gel back on the rieht track. The siwctacle of the highlj the championship while groveling on ttie boards nnd whining foul. On the other hand. Bacr icokr cd ami stayed bad the first time he was in serious dtincultlcs. Elates League last year, first base; Stewart, Memphis, Tenn,, Peln Pavich, Chatsworth. N. J.. shortstop; Charles Byikett, Richmond. Ind.. third "rrcrje Piatl. Memphis, Tenn.: 2ur]elon Laiinek, Rochester, N. Y.; ii'.d Skipper Bobo In the outfield. ^or reserves Bobo will have Guy Davidson, Montgomery. Ala., short•lop; Ralph "Red" Robbins. Cov- 'Hitcn, Tenn.. .second; Lee Roach. 'lanlln, third; MeK'ln Bolllnger. Stecle. Mo., first base; Richard Voting. Cootcr, Mo., of; Pete 'iiirnham, Yarbro. inficlder; Ar- •lold Zlminer, East St. Ixjuis. Inleider: Clarence McCbllum, Steele, Mo.. George Whittle, Blytheville. of; and Icky Stephens. Cabot, •alchcr. Alexander has selected a formidable aggregation lo face the ,11-os, but a few starting places ire yet not definitely decieled ipon. However, his first nine is rpccted to consist of Willoughby ilemphill (Tiny) Glover, first '^asc: Eddie Regcnold. second; Ifarman Taylor, shortstop; Lee 'Rooster" WiuTingtoii, third base; Charles Brogdon. -left field;' 1 Dnl- 'on Tuft, center field; and Dick! Potter, right field; with Couum TOES" Thornton, coach at Armo•el. catching, and Marshall Black- nd gettiiiR the opening assign- 'HMit in the box. "Lefty" has a vhole raft of reserves and all •.'.'111 get a chance to piny, he said. Gooel pitching featured - the •plrltcd workout of the .Giaiit club, Rotary club, and Chamber -if, Commerce and the mayors of ably participate in the opening ceremonies. A SE .SW I oul'c Chapman S of River SE SW Louise Chapman s of River F. • 5 A of S 0 A SW SW i pii.Ke Chapman NW NE Louise Chapman SW NE Louise Chapman NE NW I-ouiae Chapman NW NW Louise Chapman FE NW LILIIEJ Chapman SW NW John M Taylor W of Levee All SE T/,™. L^ee pi' Prl Eof lakc S. 12 12 12 4 4 5 0 0 23 JO T. H 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 15 15 If, 15 15 IS 15 15 •15 15 15 R. 10 10 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 1'! ' 12 12 !•> 12 12 12 11 12 12 Acn-.s 40 40 .20 40 40 2 49.C4 101.43 C 7.M ii 20 17 40 40 85 40 2H 24.07 75 Tax 9.70 12.14 3.83 .53 9.81 .21 s.ca a. nr> .7ti 4.1)3 G.U9 7.81 7.80 7. Ill 7.87 1.4') 7.24 7.25 Sold land will te sold for the purpose of satisfying a decree rend- / base; strongest line-ups ready game. Extraordinary many ways, but Schineiing heavyweight the most unusual thing about him Is that he continually wades in without leading. I can't recall another .warrior who did that. It's the Pretzel Pounder's own peculiar way of getting in close for a shot with one of the sharpest right hands you'll ever see. for Manager llerschel riobo of lily-| "'eel uv the Chancery Court of (he Chickasawba District of Missls- (hevilie and Manager timer Kl'r-j "'PI'" County. Arkansas, on April 14, 1937,"in the case of Sub-District clioff of Osceola will have their No. 4 of Grassy Lake and Tyronza Drainage District No. 9. Plaintiff, the | vs. Certain Lands and II. L. Wray. et al., DeAmdanls. agahvjl said ' lands for a special assessment due Iliercon, together with court cosls. | penalties, and attorney's fees, said assessment being set opposite each - tract of land. v WITNESS my hand this 15th day o[ April. 1937. ADDISON SMITH, j Special Commissioner. SPECIAL ASSESSMENT LAND SAI.K Notice Is hereby given that f. the undersigned Special Commissioner, will on May 10. 1937. within lawful hours, at the South Door of the Court House in Blylheville, Arkansas, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the following innds located in Mississippi Comity, Arkansas. Decides lo Become Public F.nemy Once More; Takes On Kenney lo-wit: Name Pt. of Sec. H L Wray NE SE I H L Wray NW SE i Taylor Smith NW NE . BY .). P. FRIEND I Tom Lovelady N'.t NW SW Roy Welch, who turned cavejw H & Walter Anderson SE NE man and slammed Dago Baker M H Robinson SW NE into unconsciousness last Monday nielli, will get a chance to exhibit his toughness on Jack Henry Purdue 2 Sejuare Acres SW cor E«. E 90 A NE C A Rogers Lol-s.l <fc 2 NE quiid •tadc ''annigans . yerterday. The Regulars it two straight over the a 2-1 verdict. . 'he latter, however, had one con•' Kenney. 198-pounder from Mobile C A Rogers Lots 3 A: 4 NW Ala.. Monday night, in the head- I S E Vail Frl NE NW liner of the American weekly grappling show. On his last few] appearances the Canadian Wildcat had been as time as a pussy cat, as far as the rough and tough stuff was concerned, but he suddenly rose with all the fury of a violent storm and completely whipped Bakei 1 to the mat with 11 consecutive Legion, S , E Vail Prl SE NW S E Vail Prl E 11 acres SW NW .. Rebecca Patterson SE SE Harry Taylor NVj N 32 A NW NW Mrs Ernest Taylor S'.i N 32 A NW NW Harry Wade S 30 A SW NE ....'.. Sallie Adams Elliott NE NW Sallie Adams EHiott NW NW Sallie Adams Elliott SE NW body slams. It was one of the f Sallii; Adams Elliott Lot 2 SW NW most vicious demonstrations 1 ever ^ a " lc Adams Elliott slased here. It will mark the Oris ' Sur - sw Nw ...:••:•••.:'. : . first showing of Kenney here. 1/01;i se Chapman S C A SW SE ... H» is a newcomer to the circuit, i c E Cr '8ser N of Road E 7.5 A SE SW Chopman S of Road SE SW BK PILOTS iii&i, vvainer, liiyencvnie } — ••...sij^ jo> , Mosiey, Blylheville third-' polmds - Bor " Dc «inber 24, 1917. ;. Jonesboro, fourth. Time— 1l 9 ovl "8 ton , . Tc »n. Father Is a Ely theville, -first; White, Rould, second;- Thomas. Para- Jonesboro, third; : Lloyd. : Paragould fourth. Time 30.8 seconds. 880 .yard run—Bolton. Joncsboro. firsl;^ Mosiey. Blytheville. second- Tyler.''Paragould, third; Seeber Jonesboro, fourth. 135 seconds. Time—2 min. Manager Wickc! Brings 12; Players from Card s' Springfield Camp CAIIU THE RS VILLE. Mo.— Spring training for the 1937 Pilots got underway here Friday afternoon with about 20 reporting lor Ihe first day's workout. Manager Harrison Wickel. shortstop. who led the Pilots into tlle Northeast Arkansas league ''championship last year, put his charges through mild hitting and fielding practice and announced that until opening of the season; two practice sessions will be helel daily, except Sundays. Wickel arrived here late Thursday night with 12 players from Ihe spring camp at Springfield Mo,, conducted by the tit. Loul. Cardinals, and in addition to this group, there were some four oi five from this section reporting for the first day's workout. Among those working out yesterday, in addition to Wickel. were Wilson Koewing. Charles Fichtcr Francis Spangle. Waller Bleidistel and Sigmnnd Pierce, all pitchers- Fred Leonhardt. Hayes Heath touted Louis floundciing around 1 | n n ? 1ldCTS ; Taylor Meyers. Georg,' in front of Schmclins Increased] «cdlew S ki, Robert Howlson. out . Mile Relay —Paragould (Rust White,'. peyo.1, Dunham), first' Blytheville, second; Monettc, third : Tlme-r3 nrin. 52 seconds. National Lcaeuo Eostc-n at New York. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. ' Cincinnati at PlttsStirgh Chicago at St. fouls. farmer and lives at Covlngton. Graduated from high school there in 1934. Was a pole vaulter In addition 'to playing baseball. Vaulted in feet and' 8 inches at the West Tennessee meet his sen- 'or year. Played on several seml- pro teams at Detroit, Tenn.. and at home. Last year held down the keystone sack for the Dixie Wax :I«b in the city league, Memphis. Recommended to Bill Terry by "Red" Williams, who has seen considerable service in ths . diamond S]»rt. Reported to Frank Brazil! at his school at Greenwood. A trifle shy in experience tor Class C. Maybe next year. Throws right but swings from the left side of the plate. Has major '"ague ambitions, and guessed it— the- New York Giants. the ranks of those v.ho want to sec a scrapper socked on the old potato before passing final judg- nent. Jack Dcmpscy and all the good lighters before him had lo stand iip under a direct hit before they were accepted. The Manassa Man was lakcn In after Gunboat Smith made his knees sag in San Francisco. fchmrling Wadrs in Without Leading There have been rare Instances where the resin elders had lo wall a long time for their final examination, but they held out on each occasion, even In (he case of Gene Tunney. fielders. Tommie Turner, Tommie McGown, Hert Iffrig. encli with tin Pilots last year, are expected ti report at anytime, being cmoutc here from their respective home." Negro American League Teams In Game Toda The Cincinnati Tigers and |h, Memphis Red Sox. of the mgn American League meet In a ti.ii fame at Harry Bailey's park thi afternoon. The game, and others to fol low, were arranged by c,u "Happy" Foreman, who hoj:es The Manly Marine wasn't In | bring Ihe world champion'nrgj- the slag until Ihe fag end of his i learn, the Kansas City Monarch, career or until Dempsey clipped to the si " him at Soldier Field. The count | May 1. j itate line park Saturdn For the semi-final Mike Meroney has matched the nienaciw Mexican, Raul Lopez with an- B M Tllrne r SW SW other stranger to local fans Bad Lonisc Chapman NW NE Boy Brown, New .Orleans. La. ' T """'"• For a middleweight Lopez Is '. Louise chapman SW NE LOUIES Chapman NE NW Louisa Chapman NW NW .:...... •elation'. They outhit the. first l-rlngers, •! to 3. Julian ••Harring;on, Lewis ton, N. C.. scattered mir rookie safeties over the six >mini>s. The only tally registered ff him came In the first when Bobbins drew a base on balls, •tole second, advanced as Zlmmcr vas being tossed oul. and romped '" on Davidson's long ny to ccn- :r. Harrington fanned three. Jack Kelly. Hartford. Conn., fter hurling three frames, allow- ig only Stewart's double, turned . - ..„ „. ....^.^ n with a sore arm.' George <J . cri<les to, stick to the scientific sippi County. Arkansas, on April 14, 1937, in the case"of 'sub-District Gabby" Artiuitt, lociuacious Mem-I s No. 3 of Grassy • Lake & Tyronza Drainage District No. 9, Plaintiff, his youngster, took up where he Both matches will have the vs - Certain Lands and H. L. Wray. et al., Defendants, against saiel ift off but was torched for two i same time limit—ninety minutes • lan ds for a special assessment due thereon, together with court costs ills and yielded a walk that net- " ' "" " ;d two runs. He fanned Pavich, "'••wart and Bobo in order In the s. 12 12 20 12 4 4 5 B C 14 14 14 15 23 23 20 3(1 3G 30 3G 3D 23 23 23 24 20 20 26 2(1 2G 20 20 26 26 T. 14 N 14 H 14 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 R. 10 10 10 11 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 Acres 4U 40 41) 20 40 40 2 4Q .C! 107.48 17 31 11 33 1C 1C 30 40 <° • 40 38.B3 1.17 G 7.50 n 20 20 40 40 35 40 28 24.07 75 Tax 9.12 11.40 20.28 3.TO .58 .20 5.G1 4'.. HI 1.25 2.05 1.80 5.12 2.513 2.50 21.60 19.24 19.24 18.46 20.20..1 .40 '.48 .60 .% 1.70 5.12 4.25 4-.99 4.90 4.M 5.00 1.73 3.!I4 8.33 his tactics. He, however, is an : Said land will be sold for the purpose, of satisfying a decree rend•' cc ? m f | ' sh «l wrestler - when he cred by the Chancery Court of the Chickasawba District of Missis- fifih, displaying dandy fast •all. Kelley struck out four and lad perfect control. Kelley, Dav- Ison. ArqulU. and Lingle hit safe- v for the Yam. while Stewart. Miller and Pratt came through or the Regulars. Prank Miller, first baseman.) made an impression with the '•ailbhds .with his flue work iroinid the Initial sack. He is n two best falls out of three. Meroney will elo the officiating. Do You Believe in Fortunes? 'raceftil fielder, has a powerful hrov.'iiig arm nnd seems to know vhat it is all about. He bears a :trong resemblance to Bill Terry. "/lain big boss. He is a right -ander. though. Pavich, shortstop, \nd Mancuso. catcher, have come :i for their share o[ the compli- iients. Lnnnek, steel armed cen- 'cr fielder w'as throwing 'em nicc- 'y. Harrington. Kelley. ArqulU ind Rushing imve been most im- -resslvc on the mound. licville Negro Basketball Teams,, County Champions Boys and girls basketball teams -cprescnling the Blytheville negro •chool both won first places In the Class A division of the basketball tournament of Mississippi county negro schools at the Armors' here Friday. In the girls division Blytheville won first. Wilson second, and Armorel and Osceola tied for third. Tn the boys division Blylheville was first, Grider second, and Osceola and Armorel tied for third. Grider girls triumphed in the- Class B division with Carson sec-1 ond. and Promised Land third.! Promised Land boys in this rti-i vision finished ahead of French-; man's Bayou and Carson. | Visiting teams from Caruthcrs- ville, Haytl, and Hermondale also! participated In the tournament. M. j Smith, principal and coach of the' R. R. Moton school of Mnrianna 1 and Paul Damon, caretaker at; the Armory, referecrt the game!; ' Have you ever gazed into a crystal? Great fun, but of course— | However, your best friend is not tho Fortuna Teller, but your, family doctor. With scientific eyes;He;looln into your future.' • '''••*' ' Go to him. Ask him to r«ad—no, not the crystal ball—but your lungt. He can predict Ihe course o! your days more surely than any soothsayer. UNCOVER TUBERCULOSIS BY MODERN METHODS -£ lot ihl doctor te your fitt & penalties, and attorney's fees, said assessment being set opposite eacli tract of land. WITNESS my hand this 15th day of April, 1931. ADDIS ON SMITH, Special Commissioner. SPECIAL ASSESSMENT LAND SALE ' Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned Special Commissioner, will on May 10. 1937, within lawful hours, at the South Door of the Court House in Blylheville. Arkansas, sell to the Highest bidder for cash, the following lands locatcel in Mississippi County, Arkansas. Name Pt. of Sec. s T W F Bell N!(, NE SE 27 14 W P Bell NW SE 27 14 L M May W Of R NW SW .... 27 14 H L Wray NE SE ]2 14 H L Wray NW SE 12 '"n" Taylor Smith NW NE 20 14 Florence O Meadows sw SE 3 14 Torr. TXHoiidy N'i NW SW 12 14 W H & Walter Anderson SE NE 4 14 Al H Robinson SW NE 4 u Henry Purdue 2 sq. A. SW cor E".i E 90 A NE 5 14 C A Rogers Lots 1 & 2 NE G 14 C A Rogers Lots 3&4NW G 14 Hubbard-Hubbard & Stevens NE SW 17 14 Dillard & Coffin SE SW 17 14 S E Vail SE NW 14 15 S E Vail E 11 Acres SW NW 14 15 Rebecca. Pattersno SE SE 15 15 Harry Taylor NVj N 32 A NW NW 23 15 Mrs Ernest Taylor S'.G N 32 A NW NW 23 15 Harry Wade S 30 A SW NE ..'... 26 15 Sallie Adams Elliott Orig Sur SW NW ...' , 36 15 Louise Chapman South G A SW SE 23 15 C E Crigger N of River E 7.5 Acres SE SW 23 15 Louise Chapman S of River SE SW 23 15 Louise Chapman S of River E WRESTLIN6 Every Monday Night 8 P.M". ROY \VEf,CH vs. JACK KENNEY RAUL LOPEZ vs. "HAD ROY" BROWN American Legion Stadium R. 9 9 9. 10 10 10 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 Acres 20 40 13.72 40 40 40 40 20 40' 40 2 ' 49.04 107.43 20.25 10.75 31 II 38 10 IB 30 1.17 G 7.50 G Tax 1.44 2.S3 3.71 7.20 7.20 8.1G 7.20 > 2.88 3.81 5.33 .22 8.55 18.51 1.70 1.32 2.58 .81 2.40 1.50 1.50 6.48 .06 .29 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 5 37 40 40 35 40" •' 28 24. (57 .25 2.34 2.81 2.81 2.81 V BI \2.80 \3,45 5 A of S 6 A SW SW 23 15 Louise Chapman Frl W'.i NE 20 15 Louise Chapman NE NW ". 26 15 Louise Chapman NW NW ..]"]] 2S 15 Louise Chapman SE NW .!!"!!' 26 15 Louise Chapman sw NW 26 15 John M Taylor w of Levce'ali"SB 20 15 Levee Board Eli SW 26 15 , 2 2 4.fi7 :t.u Said land will be sold for the purpose, of satisfying a decree relul- T^- nL I* c ."? nccr >' Co '> r l of the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County Arkansas, on April 14, 1937, in the case of Grassv tike o .i^I, i Drainage District No. 9 vs. Certain Lands and W' P Pnsithtr »iih ! \ SM lflnds for a s * x;clal a«e»mcnt due tn? ' toge her with court costs, penalties, and attorney's fees, said !< mcni ueing set opposite each tract of land WITNESS my hand this 15th day of April,' 1937. ADDISON SMITH, Special Commissioner,

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