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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS CompetitionKeen In Boxing Events Finals In Osceola Saturday in Golden Gloves Competition Eleven Northeast Arkansas schoolboy ring aspirants ads'snccd to the finals of the Northpiust- Arkansas Golden Gloves competition in Osccola last night, by winning their semi-finnl bouts. j Winners of the semi-final fiphts held last night will pair off in the I iinal rounds to be held in the O,s- cc-ola High School gym IOIIIOJTOW night for the honor of representing Northeast Arkansas in Ihe Mid- Souili Golcien Gloves to bo held in Memphis beginning Feb. JO Fair- Ings for the final bouts will bi; announced tomorrow. In one of the feature bouLs last j night, Joint Cox of Oceoln. novieu i bantamweight kiny of the l'J17 Mid- i South Golden Gloves, encountered < considerable trouble in getting; IULSI ! his semi-final opponent, Billy Ray < Dremien also of Osceola, in the ; curtain raiser light. Cox, a heavy J Clean Sweep favorite, took the by decision. In another leal me sutmcium Lrster CarUvripht. a flashy middleweight from Manila. decision ei\ Henry Ghilm of Osceola, who \v:is also a pre-IifylH favorite. Curt * \vright will meet booming Jack Brawley of Osceola, the 1011 middleweight king, in one of the feature bouts tomorrow ni^hl. Miiiiy See Boxers One of the luryest crowds in tin* three-year history of the O.-u'oUi event, braved the skiei and ic> Broom uluft, Joseph Hi Brm'HiUo s| i)f tiini? as nuclei ;mtorimh;h- ]•;,(-,-, In't-riKition.it AinpliiihiMtr;, \vilh his v.nik ' 'eds out of ll-.o w.-y in the nk-k !.; s-Aini; itiln turn ;it C!iira!;o's pit ;itii-n,:.inl n.nn IK' in l'.,vc .• ill,-, (liini:.",,'.!• |<-. Cage Star Quit Team To Devote More Time Take It From Foxworth, Joe < r ° Ca " C9 ° Classv/ork Isn't Finished CHICAGO, .Jiin. .10. UJI'>--l,j..lit . • --.- ------:-,-"V ""' lloav - vwc ' 1 i:til Boh Foxworth locliiv roaas to witness last night's bouts. answered tiie question tint h-i- i>lY Officials of the tourney slated to- fined sporls funs since hcavvw'e eht day that were miikinK arrange- Utlcholtlpi- JOP umj s almost lost merits to handle the expected e.'ip- his title 10 Joe Wiilcon lust D<>--;*•• crowd for tomorrow niylit's ceinljer. acity session. Results of l.vst night's fights were: Open fcathcrw eight—John C'ox, Osceola, deeisioned Billy Ray Drennen, Osceola. Novice flyweight—Harry Wilson, D>css, t.k.o. over Billy Mooncy, Dyess, second round (!:!>:>>; Clarence Wilson. Osceola, t k.o. over Edwin Webb, Wilson, second roi'".d if)0 seconds). Novice fo,ithcrwe|;ht—Paul Stilwell, Osceolr.. won on default from Bill Snyder. O.-.ce.ola. 63-76 pounds — Bobby Williams, Dycss. dccisioned 1'etn Shawnee. 76-90—Shclton Harrison, Sliaw- nee, decisioncci Bobby Darby, Dyess. 91-100 — Donald White, Kdser, clecraoned Bii! Alexander. O.iccola. Novice welterweight — R u f u 5 JONKSBOIIO. Ark.. .Inn. 30. UJPi —nennie. Willielm. star forward c>: the Arknnsns Slate Indians, lias left the sciiiiiii lo devote more: lime to his .studies. Willielm was seventh Ivndlllti scorer in 11.e nation last year nnd wns leading the Arkansas Stale squad this season ns Ilio lime of his withdrawal. "Joe Louis isn't washed up nnd he won't be fn r a long time " F o >'- worih said. "He's ROI the fastest hands of nny man I've ever s ,. n ,. Jt don't mailer how fast !„• moves his feet He don't move his feel fast at nil but Ills linmls- ihcy eonie at yrni Irom all over. And ho cnn hit too I suppose as iKird as ever 1-V.xworth was .sjH'akini; Irom personal experience. He mot Louis In n four round exhibition match before (1.5513 fans who pa! S'jtt W> '1C l " « ct "Ho Ihe Chica w Colisemn Stocks, nnd more than 1.000 of them stood' up In watch Ihe show. The Kiist St. l.nllls. 111.. |i c ],l heavy who has won 2J of '>,1 pro man-lies, put up 1LS ,. 00<l „ (1( , ]lt as he could, but was outclassed from the stan. Louis won rV rry round and although (lie Illinois stulc Douglas Fires a 68 To Lead Tucson Open TUCSON, Ara. Jiin. M. (UP) — Dave iviniilas a vanillin; youn»ster. [roni Wilmington, Del . who is regarded a.-, one of Rolfs greatest :iro.v|ifi'ls led 103 of his more experienced link:, brcthern into the .wind round of the S10.0CO Tuc.'.o.i Open todav wilh a substantial two Mr«'l;r l.;ad. Tiie boyish pro a prolcee of Etl il'avkyi Olhci. veteran WilmiiiR- ton liolfer. lias bill one tournament win to hi.s credit, top-money in the S1U.ODO Orlaiulu, Fin., open last Di- I'Cinher. lie turned the short E! Rio country club nmrsi: in 0:1, sevon .:'.tokrs un:i(-r par. Ir. his wi'kc w;is Jimmy Uemaret, the color bturi-r from Ojai. Calif.. Winter Games Get Underway At St. Moritz ST. MOmTZ. Jan! 30. (UP)—In a setting ol serenity that camouflaged (lie .sirile williln, marc than 1.000 athletes [rom 28 nations opened the fifth Winter Olympic games today. It was an historic occasion in I lie world of sports for It marked the start of the first Olympiad since I he pre-war elnys of 1936 when tiie Winter games were held at Giirmii.ch Partcnklrchcn in Ihe Bavarian Alps and the Summer competition was In Berlin under Ihe eagle eye of Adolf Hitler. Strilc marked Ihose games, too. But the trouble today wa.s not political, It was an old fashioned internal row over amateurism, always a pertinent subject in the Olympics. lint this lime it had developed Into the bitterest controversy in Olympic histor>. It started as :> factional batlle between the (orc'cs sixinsorinx two U. S. hockey teams and it wound up involving nearly every committee and most of the tuitions associated with the games. For a time, it even threatened to cause cancellation of the games. Theiv was general disappointment that the Olympic spirit, devoted In spnrlmanr.hip and wor'd brotherhood, did not prevail as fully us hoped lor. But the strife was forsotten momentarily as the ntli- letr? lined up by countries behind their national lings and staged the p:ir:<;ii- rf nations from the center ol St. Moritz lo !,hc Olvmplc Ic3 stj-lii'in. K<>y banner in I lie pnrnde was Hie Olympic (lag of five interlocking rings s.unboli/ing the five continents nnd bearing the Olympic Liltin nvttlo. "Citius. Atius, Portius". mr:.niiif: 'Wer lastcr, ever higher, ever stronger." Weather conditions for the opening day were far from ideal although the snow which clogged bobsled runs nnd ski .-lopes yesterday had stopped Inlliiii: and there was little indication of a recurrence to- dnj. FRIDAY, JANUARY, 80, 1948 Ihe wall was cracked and nine persons Injured. Police arrested a young Hindu carrying a .second liond grenade. He was Identified as belonging to it Hindu group opposed to Gandhi's fast. , Ttic first attempt aBninst Gandhi's life was made near Poona in 1933 when he was toiniiiK on lie- | half of India's untouchables. The I second attempt was made in 1945. I when unknown persons lore up the j rails of a line on which his train was due to pass soon. ] The altempl against Gandhi's I HI" on Jan 20 was frustrated by • two smaller walls between him and 1 the 15-foot brick wall that was damaged by the bomb. Tills allack took place on the grounds of the Birla Estate where Gandhi made his home and carried on his activities in recent months. The estate is owned by longtime friends ol Gandhi and well-known millionaire industrialists. Mahafma, Wonder Worker Mohandas Karamc.lj".iHl Gandhi, the Mahatma, or wonder worker, venerated leader of 400.000,000 Indians, was born Oct. 2, 1809, at Por- bandar, India, the son of merchant class parents. Tiie wi'/.cned, bespectacled anil almost toothless man wits accepted liy his people as "our saint ami »ur savior" ;uul fought all bis life for Hie freedom of his country but even in the days that followed India's iiulepen ilcnee he afiiun had to resort twice lo Jiis individual weapon— novice wDiierweigni _ uulus aim aiinougii uic u]j no j s sl . llc the color bearer from Ojai Calif Bishop, Osceola, deeisioned Charles JloxinR Commission would not per- and the deii'iulin:- Tucson' uthst' Walker. Shawnee. mil a decision, every m-ws!);,liennan wh<: was lai' b:i;-k yosterday wilh a Novice lightweight—Bill Toddy. «'• th e rniRside agreed that the one-over p..r 71 Other "lu»-!irds Novice lightweight—Bill Toddy. Osceola, decisioned Charles Bnv.v- ley. Osceola. Novice Midiiieweignt —Bill Tccl, Wilson, over Bob Maynnrd. Lepanto. KO 1:50 second roiiiul. Open Middluweight—Lester Can- wrighl. Manila, riecisioncd Henry Griffin, Osceola. i Golf Tourney Enters Semi-Finals MIAMI. Fla.. Jan. 30. <UP1 — Little Louise Suggs, the worn ,-.'s national amateur champion, was a strong favorite today lo win licr semi-final match "from Evelyn Odom of Mi mi in 11,5- Helen Lee Dt;hrrty Women's Colt Tournn- nient. In the other semi-final clash at the Miami Country CUib. Dorothy Kirby of Atlanta. Ga.. WHS favored over Mrs. George Harilti" three-time Florida state champioli from Miami. agreed that won noubt. JiiK Jue, hardly the Brown limnb- er of old, weighed 220 pound* Foxworth lipped in at m. There was the diffcrau-e between the mountain and the mole hill in the rlna. And Joe's vlctorv never was in doubt. He plodded in ;rum iiir'op- eiiing coni!. and while lie dldiCi iiu>ve in fast, hif. liantls were like iBhtniiiB ns he punched and jabbed Foxworth nil over the ring. Riggs Defeats Kramer In St. Petersburg Match ST. PETERSBURG. Kla.. Jan. 30 (UP)—Bobby RIRRS was one match neaier lo catching his professional lour opponent bi B Jack Kramer today after ijj,^*' steady i Ku . k courl play brought him a 3-0. 9-7 n-i victory hen- lust nlsht before'•> 000 tennis fans RICKS recovered his balance after droppiiii: the first scl to Kramer's lionmlnp jiaine and outstrad- led the big man lo win the last two sets. The match score on [he prolcs- ; sional tour now stands 12-10 wilh Kramer ahead. They meet next at Miami Beach on Feb. 1 one-cnvr p..r 71. Oilier "laggards were Bnbtiy Locke, [lie weather- Ijciiien linesman Irom .luhannes- bnr,;. South Africa, and Ben flosan. Hi'ishey. Pa. Lorke wns four strikes vith a 07 and Hogau five IN THE PROHATK COiiff FOR TIIE CHICKASAWIU DISTRICT OF MISSISSIIM'1 COUNTY ARKANSAS. In the Matter Oi the Estate : of Ester Johnson. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned was on this day appointed Administiator of the Es- f 16,000 Error Found tate or Ester Johnson. Deceased. All •persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified lo exhibit them to the under-staled administrator, properly authenticated, within six id months from the date of the first publication of this notice or I hey will be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in said estate. The acidrp.ss of the undersigned administrator is Blythevillc. Arkansas. This the 21st day of January, 'he sum was paid (o the Ci.inrv ' 19 '' 8 ' ' Hospilal and the TiibeiTiilo-M.', HI.S- H. L. Banister, Administrator : P'lal but that the hospitals' records of the Estate of Ester John- did not show receipt of the innn-v i-, i •' ; son. Deceased. . niMi™ ! Holland i- Taylor. Attorneys \ For safrtv's sake. take linlr' .,' <h f ?"','? ' for Administrator. P:U(: . llol lhp ,,,,-d. when V';,,,- 1, ' ' 123-30-20 nccliiiK an electrical nppha:'., ' " Money Unlocated NASHVILl.K. Tenn . Jan. M .uri —Suite auditors were to bccin A check tnday pf the books of Davidson County Ju,Ii:e Litton Hickinnn In trace what .Indue Ilickman lir.-. described as a "boakkeepinir iirecu- lavily" of S1S.OOO. Ttie auttit was requested by Hiik- man after lie said his record; -M..V i- i the ' ' {Continued from I'age II iiroup and It was presumed that the assassin was an agent or member o: Ihe Mahasnvn. I'dllrnvers Sliiiincit At Gandhi's side were Premier Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, his companion in years of struggle for India's independence, and Sardar Pale!, .stroiis man of the All India Congress and home minister in India's first independent novcrn- IlH'llt. Outside I)ir[» House the news of the tr.iiu-dy spread hke wildfire. I'cople stood stunned in the street., when the word swept along that Gandhi was dead. Women wept and tore their hair In lamentation. For the moment (here was no answer to Hie nucMion of whether by finally chink- his life us he had so rifirn risked it in fa.'.ts unto 1 rieaih in orct'T 10 win support for his I'.oltelr.-, cianrihl would cement fnciia :nto .shoi.-keci brothrrhrjod Or , whr-hrr the Hindus wilh his" re- sti.unin- infhii-nce lost now would turn more savagely than ever upon tht;r rommun.il enemies, the Mos- F>.r sliiii:i. T.I Ihe lit IT. I; r moment 111:0 <:'.'u 'T • Indians 1: l 'if a ai<at .i.s Vne diM • y reiiarded i man wli .., CMK] On e.!:'.h. •) r 'iiici- dt'l.u-hnn'nts '.vere '" Huh House ai-.d stond !',-iilnn th-' ;ncin5!nn as the >: the iv.v'.wis rosr tow.\rri four New Delhi was n'Klon Riicl. -.vn.s no; Just political lead- 'h of a tnnn v ith holv n v ,] n, r y saw M attempts against, his life, the last one only 10 days ai;o when a Hindu extremist threw a bomb at the garden where he was conducting cveniii',' prayers. During his la.st. Gandhi was op- |u..',cd by rcHiyce Hindus and Sikhs loiccd out ol the Punjab area ->f Pakistan. The refugees, thirsting j for Moslem blood, cried "death to Gandhi" as peace parades passed in the streets. The attack on the 78-year-old Hindu .spiritual leader came only a j lew weeks alter he had broken a I rnu.jcr .strike to force peace be| twci-n Hindis and Moslems, j Gandhi announced his strike was successful after five days, but during its course lie had been the object ol demon.slrauons in the streets by Hindus thirsting for revcngo a^r.iniit, Moslems. The demunstrarions were the first ever stiMied iu:aiust the venerated leader during the course, of 15 fusts The demonstrations a £ a i n s I Gandhi were carried out by members of his own faith. They opposed his peace lasl on grounds that only blood could wipe out the crimes against. Hindu refugees fleeing from the Punjab area of Pakistan. Gandhi came close to death in lu» last, fast because of a kidney condition, but he told his followers he would rather seeks the "glori- . oils deliverance" of death than live to see India tern apart by Hindu- Moslem si rile. Amoni; the conditions on which he ended his fast was that Moslems be permitted to move about in New. Ufllii, capital ol Hindu India in full irccciotn. He also insisted that Moslem temples in New Delhi, which had been seized in religious rioting, be returned. This was granted by Hindu lemurs. Gandhi's insistence upon peace was one. of the tenets of his life. His frail body was the abode of a flaming spirit that never deviated from the belief that hi.s mission was ' to rid India ol its discords and re- li^inus hatreds. However, hu was opiwscd In his laicst peace last by Hindu and Sikh re.'u ces from the Punjab, who demanded immediate expulsion of the Moslem minority from New Delhi. So .seiious was the rioting against Gandhi's fast thai police with rifles were culled cut to re.-lore order Pcicc parades in the streets wcr_- <;bMruct^d b> cx.rcmiMs, whoshouu ed "death to Gandhi." Tocia\'i attack against his Hfc was the secoi'd since he ended his fasl. A iiomt) exploded outside the Rarden wall where Gandhi was conducting ;iis evening prayer Hireling on Jan. 20. Gandhi was unhurt, although LITTLE, JR. BODY BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO YOU VOU QUESTION! COB_c.ECTl_V, YOU WIN *4-<S.OO- Plymouth S. SECOND STREET PHONE 442 1 I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 His frail body was Ihe abode of a flaming spirit that punished him mercilessly. He never deviated from the belief that hlx mission was to rid India of Its discords and religious hatreds. Even In the moment of his greatest triumph—when India had been granted Independence from the British—Gandhi again felt he had lo "humiliate the flesh." Conquered by [.ovr His life-long goal was "swaraj," which means self-delermlnation and freedom for everyone, and he said he would achieve his purpose by non-violence, by actually conquering the enemy by love. There was 'little In his early life to show that he was destined to become a leader, since February, 1019, he had devoted his life to leading a non-violent revolution against the British Empire. He saw the culmination of (hat ! struggle on Aug. 15. 1947, when I Hindu India was proclaimed a sep| arate. Independent state. i He was not to find the peace ; which he sought, however, for Hini dns and Moslems leaped at each j other's throats and Gandhi regrct- i fully announced that he would ("fast to the death" to bring peace between India and Pakistan. ! Gandhi started his 15th fast In 35 years on Jan. 13, 1048. ] Here Is the record of his other ! 14 fasts and the reasons: I |1'3— seven days — "moral protest" against miestionahle actions of sumc of his followers. : 1914—14 days—reproof to Moslem In South Africa for seek-' ing separate representation. | 1918—three days—to win rights for the working class. 1921—four days—to halt communal riots during a visit by the Prince of Wales. 1924—21 days—to put an end lo riots, looting and arson. 1924—seven days — penance for faults of some members of his camp. 1933—eight days — to urge the government to drop separate electorates. 1933--21 days—to obtain for depressed classes their place in the social and political life of India. 1933—four days—for the same reason a.s the previous fast. 1934—seven days—to obtain the right to continue his work from , his cell. i 1934—seven days—for the cause 1 of depressed classes. i 1939—the first "fast unto the I death" which did not include > specific lime limit) to seek con- stilulional reform In the pricely j slate of Rajkot. 1943—21 days—whil e lni]>rlsoned In Aga Khnn's palace. 1947 -another "fast unto the death" (with no specific time limit; to halt communal rioting in Calcutta. With each fast Gandhi cam« clo«- er to his goal—the independence of India. T New Theater Manila'i Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Boi Opens Week Diji T:M p.i» Matinee Saturday & Sunday Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. ConL Showli* to Find Treasure Sure BARRETT HAMILTON, INC. 'JfiS^ DISTRIBUTOR SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN. BLENDED WHISKEY. 86.8 Proof. 65% Grain Neutral Spirils Scagiam-Distilleis Corporation. Chiysler Building. New York RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday & Saturday "The Marauders" with llopalnng (.'asstdy Carlnon and 6th Chapter "Perils of Xynkii" Saturday Owl Show "RACKETEERS" with I'rcston Foster and Melvyn l>ouglas Selected Shorts Tuesday ROMANTIC RIOT Mondat ***{* cm " utRN* """tmiii.tT" \ GRANT -LOY- TEMPLE? Tonight "Under Colorado Skies" with Monte Hale Also Sliorti Satorday "WAGON WHEELS" WESTWARD" wilh Bill Cllinlt Selected Shurli Saturday Owl Show " A Slight Case of Murder* with Edward G. Robinson Selected Sborts Sunday and Monday "IT HAD TO BE YOU" with Ginger Roecrs and Cornel Wilde Selected Short Subject! BLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY Weekdays Bin Office Upcns 6:30 p.m. Show Starts 6:45 p.m. Saturday Box Of Hue Opens \'i-A5 p.m. Show Starts 1:00 p.m. Sunday Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Start* 2:00 TONIGHT DOUBLE FEATURE ,,, .-.WMULEt • MTCOUINS V * DORE KHARY*KOBLKIION M>MIH nil line HII-IT—VM-J LL*»vi>i"*»iMii Warner Newm and Short COME IN AND SEE THE NEW AND REVOLUTIONARY GROUND GRIP TIRE OUT CLEANS OUT PULLS OUT LASTS Any Other Tractor Tire Ever Built Hundreds of field rests prove the new Firestone Chiimpion Orounri Grip rrnctor Tire cleans up to 100 r ^ more effectively, pulls up to 62'"^ more. Insts up to 91 r ^ longer and Kives a smoother ride thnn nny oilier tractor lire. No broken center tire cnn duplicate this performance! The greatest advancement in power farming since Firestone put the farm on rubber! mew, _ Firestone Chamrrioo Ground Grip tractor tire, engineered «ad b*itt for maximum effMMnry *od serr- ic« on all aurf(tcv«, ranging from concrete to &oft mud. The , n<f a heig^iteiwd tread design i»ke t)« tire imeqa<ille«l ta tra«- .n, cl««nw|[ ««1 Wilt; >•*»- WILLIAM PRINCE-JAMES BROWN DICK EROHAN-GEORGE TOBIAS HENRY HULL • WWiER ANDERSON l\-~-* k r RAOUt WALSH ALSO "CALENDAR GIRL" with William .Marshall and Jane Frazrr Serial: "Daughter of Don Q" Also Short Saturday "The Return of the Durango Kid" with Charles Starred Serial: "Son of Zorro" Also Cartoon Saturday Owl Show at 11 p.m. ESCAPE IN THE DESERT wilh Philip Morn and Jean Sullivan Serial: "Jungle Girl" Also Shorts Sunday and Monday "The Razor's Edge" with Tyrone Power, Gene Tierncy, .folin Payne nnd Anne Baxter Also News ft Carloon Opens at 6:30 p.m.; Starts 7:M p.m. Friday & Saturday "Lawless Breed" Kirby Grant and Fim.y Knlpht Serial: "Secret ARcnl" No. I Also ShorU Saturday Midnite Show Starlj at 10:15 p.m. "DESUERATE" wilh Slev» Brorlir and Audrey Lent jlsn Slinrta Sunday and Monday "HONEYMOON" with Shirlrv Temple. Gay Madlvi* and Franchot Tone Warner News and Short

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