The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1966 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 25, 1966
Page 9
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NEW OFFICERS — Elected to position's in the Women's 1 City Bowling Association were (from left) Alyc« Hickerson, ' sergeanl-at-arms; Charlotte Valentine, secretary-treasurer; ! Myrtle Holthouse, first vice-president; Myrtle Thomas, presi- 1 dent; and Shirley Koval, vice-president. (Courier News Photo by Dickie Hefner) . Non-Winners Leading in the Dallas Open DALLAS (AP) - The $85,000 Dallas Open rolls Into its final mud - splattered round today with two golfers who never won a PGA tournament in the first place. * * * Harold Henning, a South African who has won a lot of tournaments around the world but never in the United States, and John Lotz, who professes to be in awe of the big names of the game, pushed into a tie for the lead Sunday ahead of Doug Sanders who had topped at the 36-hole mark with 137. Sanders had water and tree trouble ou on the soggy 6,923-yard Oak Cliff Country Club course Sun day and the best he could do was shoot a one-under-par 70. Ed Hayes (Thanks for continuing from Page Eight.) before they can admit a crowd or throw a baseball. When I visited last week, they didn't have all the sod down in the outfield and shortly after it started to rain-and as far as I know the rain hasn't stopped yet. On top of. alfthe work hangs, a strike threat. The hod carriers want a hiring hall. Unobstructed.viewing is a feature of the new park. Thera were very few seats at the old place on Grand Avenue wher« a pillar did not partially block vision. Yet, despite the magnificent setting, just as in the Astrodome in Houston, there are a few blind locations, such as sitting in the upper level along the left field side where you 'can't witness a normal play in left field. Well, I guess such inconveniences have their purpose, keeping everything on the human level. Even the spectacular has its limits and for me, that's good to know.. * * , * So, the vacation is over, ft was good to visit St. Louis again, even better to get back. The last night I joined Tom and Jim and their beautiful families, then we older folks took in a beer and pretzel concert where brother Jim was the featured singer. It was a great finish, a salty evening. . ; _. • So now it's back from Busch Memorial and the arch to Light Brigade Field and Walker Park. There's every difference in the world,.! know. Yet, you've been told this before, it's a small, wonderful world. ^^^^^ FIELD SEEDS, CHEMICALS & FERTILIZERS Certified Hill Non-Cert. " " " Hood M M I) " " Opden " "Lee SOYBEAN SEED Germ. 72-74 71-76 ft 73-785J 80 or Better . SO " COTTON SEED S3.90 Bu. 3.80 " 3.75 " 3.90 " 3.90 " J.90 " Certified Rex Smooth Leaf Germ. " Stonvllte 213 " Stonville 7A Golden Acres Hy-Bee 200 80T. or better $8.45 CWT IK " " 8.25 " 75% " " 8.25 " 80% " " 14.50 " FOR LAWNS — ORCHARDS & GARDENS Verlagreen Lawn £ Garden FertHUer - Vertarreen Lawn * Tree Fertilizer Ortho Rose Dust - Rose Food & Phaltan For Roses Weedez Bar - Dowpon Grass Killer Bar - Dowpon Graw Killer - Dacthal Toxaphehe Dust - Fire Ant Killer - Malathlon - I«otox • D.D.T. - Home Orchard Spray Bug Geta Pellets - ChlordaM • Ortho S§Tln Dm* • Dlptns Fly Bait - Orthocide 50 Wettable Captan - Ken SpriyaU - Hudion Sprayer - Nutro Roto Power Duster - tawn Broadcast Spreader - Bermuda Grass Seed both Hulled & Unhulled • Blue Grasi Seed Di-Syston Granular 4 Liquid For Early Insect Contrail on Herban * Flanavin 7! Herbicide For Weed & Grass Control! In Cotton Ortho Soil Treater X Planter Box Treatment For Cotton Ortho Soybean Protectant Planter Box Treatment For Soybeans Ve'rnum preamerge For Weed A Grasi control to Soybeans Big N AMMONIUM NITRATE S3.5 Nltrofen Big N NITROGEN SOLUTION 32% NITROGEN DaRLINGS MIXED FERTILIZERS 0-25-25 5-20-20 t-M-M 12-12-12 POTASH GRANULAR 60% Blytheville Seed 1800 W. Main Phone PO 3-6856 MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS By Th* Aiiocliua NATIONAL LEAGUE W. Pet. G.B .750 .750 .533 .583 .500 .500 .385 .333 .273 .222 ittsburgh S an Fran. .. 9 tlanla .,'.. 7- OS Angeles . 7 hila'phia ... 5 :. Louis ... 5 buston .... 5 8 ew York .36 hicago ... 3 8 incinnati . 2 7 Saturday's Results Chicago 2, Los Angeles 0 Atlanta 5, New York 4 Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 4 Houston 4-1, San Fran. 6-2 Philadelphia it Cincinnati, ttstponed, rain Sunday's Results Chicago 2, Lo« Angeles « St. Louis I, Pittsburgh t San Francisco 4, Houston J Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 2 ailed 5>/z innings, 2nd game postponed, rain Atlanta 5-3, New York 2-4 Today's Games Atlanta at San Francisco St. Louis at Los Angeles, N Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, N Cincinnati at Houston, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games New York at Chicago St. Louis at Los Angeles, N Atlanta at San Francisc*, N Only games scheduled MINOR LEAGUES TEXAS LEAGUE Sunday's Results Amarillo 4, Austin 3 Albuquerque at ARKANSAS jostponed El Paso at Dallas-Fort Worth postponed STANDINGS W. L. Pet. G.B ARKANSAS .... 5 Albuquerque .... 5 Amarillo ....... 6 Dal-FW ........ 2 El Paso ........ 1 Austin .......... 1 Monday's Games Dallas-B'ort Worth at ARKAN SAS Amarillo at Albuquerque Austin at El Paso .833 .833 .750 .385 .187 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B, leveland ., altirnbre .. etroit .... hicago .... alifornia .. Minnesota . ansas City oston :.... /ash'ton .... York 1.000 .-. 2 2',4 4 Wi 6 7% Slim Loss for Netttn New at BHS .667 .667 .600 .444 .250 .222 .222 .100 Saturday's Results California 4, Minnesota 3 Washington 5, Detroit 3 Baltimore 4, New York 3 Cleveland 5, Boston 4 Kansas City 2, Chicago 1 Sunday's Results Minnesota 5, California 3 Chicago 4, Kansas City 3, 10 nnings Detroit 4-4, Washington 0-1 Baltimore 2, New York 1 Cleveland at Boston, 2, pOst- »ned, rain Today's Games Chicago, at Washington, N Boston at New York • Minnesota at Detroit, N Kansas City at Cleveland, N Only games scheduled, Today's Games Chicago at, Washington, N Boston at New York Minnesota at Detroit, N Kansas City at Cleveland, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Chicago at Washington Boston at New York Minnesota at Detroit, N Kansas City at Cleveland, N California at Baltimore, N (BOWLING Curtis eole Hid « 237. Bert Wll- li»m«, 218. anfl £»vey Fowler,' 221 In Church Lefcgu* last wee* it Shamrock Lan«. Wllllame, with ttt, -pel* ,5W, ,»»< Jack' Wagner, tit. had top «eriw. Trinity Bfl-ptlfct was 1Q41 and 2878; Manila MetnodlM vu 1007 and 2872 md SeeKtrs were 860 and 2803. fcythevill* High's tennis Chickasaws, newest athletic entry at- the Class'- AAA school, opened its season with a slim loss list Friday against Class AA Paragould. It was c6nsidered a g66d beginning for the neophyte* by English Teacher Gary Taylor. Of the five Blytheville swingers, Mike Huff and INTERNATIONAL Saturday's Results Rochester 3, Richmond 2 Columbus 11, Toronto 5 Buffalo at Toledo, postpone* rain Jacksonville 7-2, Syracuse 1- Sunday's Results Toronto at Columbus, 2, pos poned, rain Buffalo at Toledo, 2, pos poned, rain Rochester 6-5, Richmond 1-3, 2nd game 10 innings •Jacksonville 6, Syracuse 2 I PACIFIC COAST Saturday's Results Portland 4, Seattle 0 I Oklahoma City 3, Phoenix 1 Vancouver 8, Spokane 1 Denver 6, San Diego 3 Hawaii 4, Tacoma 3 I Sunday's Results Hawaii 9-5, Tacoma 6-7 Denver 11, San Diego 3 Vancouver 11, Spokane 5 Seattle 8, Portland 0 Tulsa 4, Indianapolis 3 Phoenix. .8, Oklahoma City 7, 10 innings Manila -— «' Trinity .'. 32 Christian 23 Preshyt«l«n .,..:...<.;• 22>,4 BAFB -.. .: 3014 Ruth Gregg had a 201 and 511, June Stinnett, 200. and Evelyn Hickerson 181. In Household .-Exec. League. Betty Wyatt was 505 and Carol Thorton, 460, State Tarm Lyve T Pint Busten Alley Kata 2S Ploopers 30 Leftovers --.. 28V Eager Beaver» Late Comers Continentals Throways Continentals No. J Faye Osbum was 193 and 470; Jerry Hltcnent, 172. and Wanda Harris, 166. in Steelite League. Alice Rhodes was 481 and Carmen Maths. 470. —Lofcers, 121-117 Another Trip Rankles Red BOSTON (AP) - The B6ston Celtics move back to Los Angeles with a feeling of forebod- ng teday about the sixth gam* of the National Basketball Association's champi6nship playoffs. "They'll be at their best with the'crowd behind them .and knowing there's no ton'orrow," said John Havlicek of the Celtics after the defending champions put on their worst performance of the series to lose the fifth game 121-117 Sunday at Boston Garden. Losing Coach Red Auwbach was especially burned about having to make the trip to Los Angeles for -the game Tuesday night. "We have that-long, long trip for nothing," he moaned. "And I warned the guys this might happen. Once we got the lead we got careless. We thought it was over." . * * * It was a combination of poor Boston shooting and a stronger Los Angeles defense that gave the Lakers the fifth game victory, slicing Boston's lead to 3-2. The Celtics had two- terrible shooting periods, falling behind 37-23 in the first period while making only eight of 25 shots. Boston sunk only nine of 22 field w i I goal tries in the fourth period " '" although they stil loutscored the Lakers from the floor 45-43 for the game. • • .- • Elgin Baylor and Jerry Wes were the heroes of the victory combining for 72 points. Baylor playing despite the loss of a ihumbnail earlier in the week wound up with 41 points am contributed 16 ebounds as thi Lakers outrebouncied the Celtic 62-60. KlnninEham Harris ". Hamra Hawkins dith's Igloo HahE Steelo Auto Falmtw Girls Go Fair/view girls rallied for a 19-16 win over Sudbury in YMCA grade school, softball league last week. Winners tallied four markers in this first frame, but saw it vanish in the lower half under a 13-run Sudbury avalanche. The latter led 16-5 after two innings but Fairview posted nine in the third to come within shooting range and pulled it out in the fifth on a four-run rally. They protected the win on a rare triple play in the fourth. Next game is Tuesday afternoon, Sudbury vs. high-powered Lange. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING L 39 41',i 50V SI ' 59 Hockey National Hockey Playoffs Championship Finals Sunday's Result Detroit S, Montreal 2, Detroit leads best-of 7 series', 1-fr Today's Game No game scheduled . .Tuesday's Game Detroit at Montreal Blue Devil Signs MONTICELLO, Ark (AP) Arkansas A&M renounced Sal urday the signing of Mike Max well of West Memphis to track scholarship. Maxwell ha run the 100-yard dash in 9.8 thi year. Alan tegetlioff emerged' with Singles wins. In doubles, Chickasaws Sammy J6hns and Mike-Huff defeated Stev* Burns and Randy Hyde of Paragould 6-0, Huff, a Sophomore, arid Johns, a senior, showed exceptional potential. Next match for the Chickasaws is Friday at Paragould. * * * 6ther b6ys wh6 represented .Blytheville were 'Wayne Deen, Jimmy Snow »nd Doug Smith. On the Paragould club were John Bland, Cliff Brown and Harry Gray. ••Id, "Show m« • filter cigarette that really delivers taste and I'll eat my hat!" 17 LATE MODEL AMUSEMENT RIDES-17 FAIR GROUNDS IN BLYTHEVILLE BARGAINS-BARGAINS-BARGAINS $2-Tuesday Nile Ride Special-$2 Rid* all 17 of our 1st elan Amusement Rides... at many 4 time* ai you wish for jui* ^ $2|00 per person. 6 p.m. thru 11 p.m. FIVE HOURS OF EUN FOR JUST.: FOR ALL KIDS 2 YEARS THRU «0 YEARS (ALL KIDS OVER 60 YEARS MUST PAY FULL FARE) Sponsor**/ fey N.F. Ark. 0/st. fair Ann. Award for Ricky LITTLE ROCK (AP,)- Little Rock 'Central's Ricky Tanneberger has been named the March winner of the Charles T. Meyer Foundation Award for Excellence in Athletics. Tanneberger led .Central. to the Class AAA state basketball championship. George Eriquezzo, track star at Southern State, Central" hurdler. Richard Polk and White'Hall .basketball star Robert McKenzie trailed in the voting by 10 sports .writers. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW '@*3ie*n V $ewelr STORE? 105 WEST MAIN — 1 DOOR EAST OF FRED'S DOLLAR STORB FOR MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAVE EVERYTHING! O'STEEN'S JEWELRY AND GIFTS all new merchandise for all occasions Tuesday, April 19 Adulti 7Sc — Children 25e STARTING TIME — 8:15 P.M. TAG TEAM MATCH 60 Minute Time Limit — Best 2 of 3 Falls RIP AND SUM The Scufflin'Hillbillies "" : • ' y«.' ' • . GORGEOUS ALLEN AND MACK YORK WINNER TAKE ALL Texas Rules BILLY WICK . - •' an* • •'• TAMAYO SOTO There's a World of Convenience AtYour Fingertips It's a wondrous world, too! Roddy says: Just hnagine-openlng ams, sharpening knives, slicing or grinding meat, drying your hair at home, blending soups and desserts...all EFFORTLESSLY! Now, stop imagining! Check your appliance dealer and see these modem electric helpers for yourself. . Ark-Mo Power Co.

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