The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1949 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Saturday, April 16, 1949
Page 7
Start Free Trial

«ATTTKPAT. APKIL 18, - ___ - ____ _____ Dodgers Beat Yanks 6 to 1 As Indians Scalp Giants 16 to 11; A's One Ahead in Philly Series BROOKLYN, April 16, M'j— Yogi|._ Berra is improving. The New York ^nnkee catcher, who has had a jjvirrt time nipping basestculcrs caught two laiceiiy-mlnded Brooklyn Dodgers yesterday. Beira nailed oil Hodee.s and Duke Snider fail*. Cal Abrams and Car! Ftirillo came up with clenn sleuh lo Kive tho Yoirl a .500 rating. The n™i"i.f.5 brat the Yanks, 6-1, before 27.731 fr.iis at the stadium with Abrams leadlup the way with a two- rim double and single. NF.W YORK. April 16. M'l—Bnbby Hofnun, rookie second baseman, and mjtzlrld Don Mueller are on the New York Riant Injured list Hofmp.r, slated to ooen the season at second, injured (lie middle fin- eer of his throwing hand and Mueller hurt his shoulder yesterday analtut the Cleveland Indians at Richmond, Va. Hcfmp.n was Injured in the eighth arid Mueller In the seventh liinlns in the "nine won by the Indians 16-11. Kow lone; they will be sidelined has not been determined. INDIANAPOLIS. April 16. m Cold weather today apaln threatened to hr.ll (he scries between Inn Cincinnati Reds and Indianapolis of tne A'mriciin Association. Johnny Vander Mccr. movlnc off ^ie injured list after a week of ^O.eness, It slated for duty If the game can be pluyed. The rontes: may datrrmtne whether Vnndy will be. iible to hurl Tuesday's opene" ap'insl the St. Louis Cardinals. The Reds and the Indians h"rt to postpone Friday's game at Rich- mor-d. Ind., because of rain and cold weather. PHir.AnELPHIA, Anril 16. m — The Phlladclrhia Athletic. 1 ! are one-up today on their hometown National League rivals with still two gam« to play in the city series". The A's combined three successive hit.s in a dramatic ninth inning r»!ly to win the opener yesterday Connie Mark's brilliant rliflit- hnv.rter. .loe Colemnn, outpltohed four Phillies hurlers to earn the triumph. Bllx Oonnelly, relieving In the ninih, was tabbed with the loss. The American Leaguers were .superior at field and at bat. The, Phils connected for only seven hits. made two mbtues. The A's plaved ' " ' afeties. ball and smashed out 10 YORK. April IS. OF! — An •Mrodnnce of 20,000 tx expected for th« opening same of a week-end se- riw between the New York Giants and the Cleveland Indians here today. Tf only 532 fans turned out. how- mer. the Tribe would equal the spring tour attendance mark of 2SS.OOO «et by the New York Yan- Iwes in 1946. A capacity throng of 8.110 turned out yasterday in Richmond, Va. to se* the Indians win 16 to II. The crowd brought Tribe attendance to 2B4.468 for 33 spring games. Satrhell Paige and Steve Gromek lire scheduled to twirl for the Tribe today. be une of two newcomers in the Browns' lineup. The other is Jack Graham heavy-hitting first base- mar, up (rojn tl)e aPciflc Co . ut League. The Cards may also have a new firs, Backer on the job. Glenn Nelson mny be at first for the National League club, Two other Ciird rookies who may start are Ed Kn- zak at third and Solly llemus Rt second, Travs Blank Chicks in Wild Dixie Opening By (he AssoeMed Press !he Southern Association is off to one of Its wildest starts In 40 years of baseball—three games produced 52 runs. 11 errors, and called forth 15 pltchci'i. None of (he favorites, based on sports writers' and team officials' pickings, won. The only team which failed to score at least seven runs was the Memphis Chicks, top choice to win the pennant. Here's what happened In last night's opening games: Atlanta scored 11 rims in the first two innings but Birmingham came back to win 13-13; Chattnnooffn stopped Nashville rally after blowing a four-run lead, then scored four more and went on to win 11-9, and the Little Rock Travs shutout Memphis 7-0. New Orleans, and Mobile will get In the act today In Mobile in their delayed opening game. Milo Johnson of the Little Rock Travs spread four Memphis hits throughout the game. A small opcn- mK crowd of 4.106 In Little Rock saw Johnson's great beginning. While the Chicks were quiet at bat. Little Rock got eleven hits, most of them timely. The big occasion was a foiir-run fourth inning. Johnny orice hit two triples for the Travs but no Memphis batter could get more than one hit. In addition to the New-Orleans Mobile opener today, Atlanta will try to even the percentages in Birmingham, and Memphis will be In Little Hock. BLYTMVILL1 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS American League Representatives Meet ^ Hs; Commissioner A. B. Ckmdlcr' and w l'l nl r?Id V • **"""• * M " t " r) ' "' W « s "'"« l <»' j. Authur LViedh-.d. «1«ay"/ Ne w vl k v" £«• T'T T™ ^^ 8 " U ' tl '"« <"" '» White sox : BUI Vecck. president ,„ nevel,,, d lm«, u • wir Vlc " 1 rraldw>t O"'" 1 ™ Co.,,.skoy of «,!««,„ M»c h , vice president of Pl ,L<fe,p AU,l ^ ^^" ° f ^'V'"' '"• CSi< ' C " 1 »' Sl ' ^"" »™»« Billy t va, ls , general n,a, 1; , R er of „, De ™ TT irf Ar « '„f""" """'"»"' "' ™™«> Whllo Sox; and Baseball Standings SOUTlll;n,\ LKAGVK L. Kiwanians Send Child To St. Louis Hospital E. H. Ford, representing the underprivileged children's committee of the Blytheville Khvanls Club yesterday, took the eight-year old •son o[ M r . nn d Mrs. Homer Kelly to the Shrine Hospital for Crippled Ohildren in St. Louis; for treatment A second child, the 10-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Eulice'Nichols was returned from the hospital af- :er a stay of more than a year by ". r - Foi ; d when he returned' to Blytnevllle. The parents of both children accompanied Mr. Ford to St. Louis. Chattanooga Little nock Birmingham Mobile . New Orleans Minephls . Atlanta Nashville ." Pet. l.OQll l.OUO 1.000 .000 .1100 I .001) .000 ! .000 Yesterday's Results WASHINGTON, April 1«. M>) — The Washington Senators handed veteran catcher Jake Early. 33, his unconditional release yesterday and added 28-year-old Ralph Wcigel of the Chicago White Sox to their catching staff. Except for a brief hitch with the 3t of c e L/iu!s Browns, Early spent most ir. lc j'cars in the majors with BOSTON. April IS. Wl — With their five game prc-season intra- city series, which includes a tic, deadlocked, the Boston Braves and Red Sox resume activities today at Tom Yawkey's trim Fenway Pa'rk. , The National League champions. pho suffered at 6-2 setback behind righihand ace Johnny Sain on their own premises Thursday, will attempt to gain the edge with Bill Voiseile flinging. Joe McCarthy planned to open with letty Mel Parnell, who prob- at-lr will be followed by Chuck (Bonus Pltuhc.-) etobbs. ST. LOUIS. April 16. W) — Two right handers, Dick Starr and Jim Hearn, will be the starting pitchers thir afternoon when the si. Louis Browns and the Si. Louis Cardinals open their two-game city series. Siirr, obtained in a winter trade , rae from the New York Yankees, will NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the mdersigncd hns filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on tlie premises described as 432 w. Ash Blytheville. Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansa . of R ood moral character, (hat he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving mora] turpitude- that no license to EC II beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of his state, or any other state, rcln- A ,,"*, Sa)c ot alcoh °^ liquors. Application is for permit to be jsued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July, 1.1)49, a ,,,j to expire on the 30 day of June .1950. Howard Spencer, c. .. ,, Applicant. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15 day of April. 1949. Elizabeth Mason. , . . Notary Public. My Commission expires: 1-28-50. Notice of Filing of Application for Liquor Permit Notice is hereby O iven that the undersigned has tiled with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous iquors for beverage at retail on. the premises described as Main i Street. Manila. . . Application is for permit to be / t,.,, "••" '•L^GlJi; Little Rock 7, Memphis 0 Birmingham 13. Atlanta 12. ChiUtanoofa 11, Nashville 9. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at Little Rock. Atlanta at Blnnlnghnin New Orleans at Mobile. NOTICK Notlcc Is hereby given Hint the. undersisnc'd i, !ls ]ii c[| wj|ll thc Colll j nusMoner «r Revenues at the Slate of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer nt retail on the premises described as 110 South 5Ui, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is citizen oi Arkansas, of Rood moral character, (hat he has never been convicted of R felony or other crime tnvolvhi s moral turpitude: that, no license- 10 sell boor by (ho undersigned has been revoked 'within five years lasi past; and that the undersigned lias never been convicted of violating Hie laws of this stale, or any other state relative to the sale nf alcoholic liquors Application i., :oi permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July, 1919. am | to cx ._ pirc on the 30 day of June. 1950. Philip Applcbaum. _ , ,. Applicant. bubserlncd and sworn to before me this 15 day of April. 194:1. Elizabeth Mason (SEALi Notary Public. My Commission expires: 4-28-50. Pro's Wish for Locke's Putting Talent Comes True in Tourney 3 On Lost Week's Tag Match Card Return Monday VIRGINIA BEACH, Va , April 16 M'l—Bob Hamilton, the Lanriavcr Md., j.,,if professional, often has made the remark: "Gee, I wish 1 could putt like Bobby Locke." Hamilton's wish comes true today. For Locke, the Johnnnesbure South Africa, slar will do the putting lor Hamilton. Locke will be the putter on Hob's four-man club In Ihc four-temn specialists match of the SIO.OQO Cavalier Specialists Golt Tournament. Hamilton will he Ihc driver nml team captain. Each of the fnur li'am plnyers will make only [he shot for which he Is most famous Boll's IOIIB Iron specialist, will he Jimmy Dcmaret, of Ojal. Cnlif. The approach shots for Hnmll- (on's quartet will be those of Ocuc jSarazen, of Oerinniilou n. N, y., n .| KI captained his low specialists team to triumph over Qnc coached by Walter Hagen. The "Hamilton Specialists" will lie matched with a four-man club led by Jim Fcrrier of Snn Francisco. Pnirert In the other mutch will be four-man teams captained by Ellsworth Vines, of Iowa City, lown, mid Gary Mlddlceofr, of Memphis. Tciin., both long Irons experts. The team winding up with the low niednl score will divide JSOO. While all of this Is Kolng on, the fellow who did everything with the tour of a specialist ycslcrdny will be just part of the Rallery. Ho Is Frank Slranahan, the Toledo. Ohio, amateur. Strnnllinn curved a flve-iuidcr-par 64, including .six birdies over the (1,005 yard Ovaller course In the first round of the 54- hole medal competition. Three strokes buck of Straiishrui were Mlddlecoff and Locke with 67's. Toney Pcnim ot Memphis Tenn., and E. j. (Dutch) Harrison, of LUlle. Hock. The hitter, visibly troubled hy the hlsh wind, scorcil | hTs. Johnny Palmer nf Bndin N o N i- i , Mmo: ! «nd Dick Metz, host pro. came out Notice Is hereby E ,ven that the Mnctlv even with par scorhiK B9 s imdersignod has tiled with the Com- Tomorrow, the tourn- me H ,viM ntooner of Revenues or the State ! end with the final K holes of mednl Three-fourths of last lv ,,ek's (BR mutch llnc-up arc scheduled to make n return nppen.-nncc In Me- morlBl Auditorium Monday nimu „„ sram WC "" y WITStll "B I'™" c "'"y 'f"!' 1 '"" nnd Bills nnshnrn «lll be seeklnjr n second victory over Chris Delkas iintl his partner this week— joe Welch. Bnslmrn nnd linrrell l«n B lcd with and overcame nclkiis and Wiiltcr VV^l"' " , Vll ' UlHl re ' |))n - V '" '"'I weeks prehininnry hatlles Is scheduled for this Monday night Hnr- rcll and Brlkas will meet n Rn ii, i,, one of Ihc sliiRle-tnU openers and Welch will lake on Basharc In Hi,other. Bclkas pinned Harrell In 10 minutes In their prelim scrap last week flnsharn also won his opening bout. The first prelim will get under way nt 8:16 p.m. Stay-at-Home Fan To Get Break in Big League Cities NKW VOrtK, April !«. M').-Tlio stay-at-home fun who prefers bnse- »'<'! hi his living room to hot dnps "t the ball purk will get n beller break than ever before In niajni' leiiuiie cities this summer. Home K'unes of eneh of the IS teams will be broadcast, many nl I hem on roKlonnl networks cover- It'K several .itutes. Broadcasts of K ii HIPS away from home will ho enr- ih'd on rlKht tffnms. And mine nr all or Iho homo names o[ 13 (rams will bo tPlcvlscd, lincllo covwngo will );c nlxmt Ihc siime as lust year, but ,t(-levlMon "us miuto bin strides. Only (lie I'uisbumh Plriilus )m\T »nld "tlcfl- ntlcly no" to television. The ciovo- l.'iid Indians n ro agreeable to ihr I'li-a but haven't round n .sponsor Who's lIRI't'l'ublC 10 till! COsl. 'Mien Iheie'i the msu or fh<> st I.'uils linnvns. They're nil In favor "f In-liiK lull-llmo video slurs, but says I'lMldnit Hill UcWtll. the only available 81. I.ouls station Isn't in(crested In enrryliiK »U «r HKI Kiimos. The clluntloii Is sllll nndor Tin* s;imr- St. l.outs station (KKD- TV) pluius to leluvli,!- M home |>iiinc.i of Hie SI. I/mts Cardinals. NEW liuv Opriis Wcvh llav» 7:tln p.m .Mathife Huturdn^ A Suiulaj nl,.Sim I p.ju «,'onl Slw»-|it( Manila, Ark. Show* UVKItV NKlH'l °- °' ^- T «<"" Takes Part ''" Southw ** te "> WPAYE'ITK, J>.i., April 16 (/in— I he Boulhwesteni Relays open here *lny with 10 colleges nnd univcrsl- lies competing. Three Junior colleges mid 43 schooh will tilso partlclpato In tho 21st iDitiunl event. Of'lcir.l.s eMlinuled 115 athlcle.s will be on hand, Enlvle.i In the college nnd iinl- verslly division arp the University of Arkansas, Ihe University of Houston, Eust 'ivxu.i Sliite, Houtll- I'ustern 1/mlMnna College, Imilslana St:i(e IJnlK-r.slly, Howard Payne Nortmvoslern stale. Loulsliuui Tech Sinn lloiL'-toii Stiito, Loyola of (In •Smilh, I.diilslnn,, college. Trinity!.v. llnulley Unlverslly Tii- \smv. K:iM Texn.s Haptlst, B<nith 1'iwtcm <ii OHiihcnm, Norlh Tcxa.' Hlntr IUKI Boiiihwcslorn In.sttlutc. Rica Nctmon Beat U, of A !•'AYrri-UV 1I,1.H, Ark.. April 10 (/I'j—Illco Instllutc was tho winner Sill u nitty 'RIDERS OF SANTA FE' with Kiid Cameron anil Fuz/.y Knight AIsii Sluirl SAT. NITI: o\vi. snow "TOWER OF LONDON" ivlth ll:i-.ll Ualhbiitic and Hurls Kiirlult Alsii Short Smulny & Moiulay "Man from Colorado" with Cllclin Kurd nnd William llolilcn Also Short of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described at Main St., Leachville. Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkniisns. of sonri moral character, that he has never been p!ay. Nolle nf Filing of Applicallon Fur I.lqnor rermlt Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Com- rnnvi'r.V»j' '/'"", V" """ """ "™ : " I mlss ' Dn cr of Revenues of the state conviotcd at „ felony or other crime | of Arkansas for permit to sell »nVi ''''' 1 "'"" 1 "'"' "° ' " _ned has been revoked wlt>i»n five years last past: and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic Honors. Application Is for permit to bo issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July. io4<i. and to expire on the so day or June. 1951). J. W. Alexander, _ Applicant. £nit»crlbed and sworn to before me this is day of April. 1949. Mrs. Marshall Blackard. <SEAL1 Notary Public, ly Commission expires: 2-8-S3. issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July, 1949. and to expire on the 30 day n! June, 1950. W. R. Brown Applicant for beverace nt rriail on the premises described as 110 South !th Blytheville. Ark. Application is for permit lo bo issued (or operation beginning on the i day of July. low. and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1050. Philip Applcbaum Applicant Opens Saturday 'DEAD MAN'S GOLD" f.ash La Rue Fmzy St. .lolin Chapter S nf "KK.V AND KINTY" BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA Reserved qp., LOW « S i r AD »»SS10N PRICE ANYWHERE' Reserved Seats on Sa.e at the L^ion Arena from 6 p . m . Every M Monday, April 18 ADULTS 60c - CHII DRK Starting time 8:00 BOX SEATS ise EXTRA '"" Included) 7:15 SAT. MtDNtTE SHOW Sl.irls 10:45 p.m. "HIGHWAY 13" Robert Low«ry Pamela Blake Alv> Shrirtl Sunday & Monday "THE NOOSE HANGS HIGH" Bud Abbolt, I.ou Costcllo Warner New« »nd ShorU Monday: ShorU * Serl»1, Cha,Ker 8 or "BRUCE GENTRY' THEATER «7 LEACHVILLE , ARKANSAS. STAKTIMi . iv X- Smuliy: | l (.•flllMnllrmf Sll ulun Siilnnliiy Only "STRANGE GAMBLE" with Wlllhm Duyd "PIONEERS^OF THE WEST" Wllh UlllH'll MvlllKslllll and liiiymtinil Mutton Knrlal "Jlniftli! CHrl" Also Shiirts SATIIIIDAV I.A'I 7 K SHOW Sl.ill.s 1 1. •1)1) ,,.,„. "THREE FACES WEST" llllli Jiihn \Vrtyiii! Al«i iihiirt ijubjeds Sniulsiy K Monday "SNAKE PIT" with Ollvln (h: iluvlbinl, SJnrk .Stevens, uud Ci'lcslo. Holm News, Ciirloim. & Short Prevents Erosion towers Plowing Gives You Higher Yields liilJl/M 10 Fl. Plow < Fl. Plow ALL 1IZI1 ... S 10 34 ftET THI PLOW THAT SAVES THE SOU! CHISEL THE SOIL AND KNIFE WflDS IN ONLY ONE OPERATION Will, .»,. E,cl u «;,.. P..« n ,.d G,,k,m Combir.,110,, ChiLl «nd Knif mtnl. Fully tdiuit.bU lo <riy dtplk. Kniv.i ovuUp .nougt. lo cut all »eg«- )*tion. *'* lo'flll-roiOflt or THE GRAHAM- HOEME PLOW COMPANY, INC. •«• JOJO • Phon, 2-8J71 . 6-0, In a Unnla m»t with hero yesterday. Th> netmen played In tow t«m. poraturcs and a high wind. - -• ' T^r*^^r^_. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Siilurday "HIDDEN DANGER" wllli Johnny Mack Brown Oiirloon and Serial OWL SHOW "HIGHWAY 13" with Robert I.owery and I'unicl. Illake Also Cartoon ———^ ^—_ Smidiiv. Monday und Tuesday "STATION WEST" wllh nick I'owcll "nil .Jane Grecr Warner Ncw» and Short P. L .\™.«' iL "ES ONLY ALL WHITE THEAT nF iuris Wcckihiyi i : oo n m. ,md Sunday: Co.ithmouj rlnc from I too p.m SlUurdily (DOUIIUK FEATURE) "Dangerous Venture" wllh William llnyd ai "Ilnpalnnjt Cassldy" nnd AJiily Cylde F DESTINY" Midi .lolni Wayne, t.'ci'llln rarkcr, niul George "Cliiljby" Hayes ! "Chick Carlor, Defective* No. (; Also Cartoon Serial Kal. Owl Show nFll p.m. 'BOWERY BUCKAROOS' with Leo Gorcey anil The lluvvcry Boy« Serial: ".Ifssc .ii,i, lc , niilcs Afalu" Nt>. fi; Also Cnrtocm Sunday & Afomtuy "STATE OF THE UN ION" wllh Spencer Tracy, Iva Hi fil lie ircplinrn and Van Johnson "ANGRY GOD" with an all-native cast \lso Cnrloon and I.ato Wiir'l ; SEE A FREE DEMONSTRATIONI rtew'lr,""" W ] Ml " i! " PlOW Cn " do! Wr Mn el "«-'- 1^ the phw out l» .ronr f.irm, or to ,»ve time, we can show vou the Plow tn artlon In =, rtcld close l,.v. All jou hnve to do Is ,lrl« out to our place on \orth HI R h w ,v 81. 61 IMPLEMENT CO. No. Highway 61 Blythevill* x OlTii:e Opens ,il 7 Week Night* Matinee Saturday & Sunday t 2 p.m. wllh continuous showing. Siilurday "LAND OF THE LAWLESS" Jolmny Mack Brown Serial: Chapter 2 of "HEX AM) RINTY" SATUIIDAY JIID.MTE SHOW "LADY of BURLESQUE" Barbara Sfanwj-ck Also Shorts Sunday, Monday & Tuesday COVERED WACOM " HOWARD KAWKS"-RED RIVER

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 15,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free