The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 9, 1947
Page 6
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BLYTmSVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL !), 1.917 Hoople Finds it's Not All Roses in Pasadena Head Homeward t 1947 Pennant' Races t To Start Soon for £ Major League Clubs £ HICKORY, N. C., April 9. (OP) -—The New York Giants and Hi? ^Cleveland Indians continue their ^NorHi-bouiid exhibition series iinrel ^tooay but' the Giants left Carroll' jlxxrkman, a key man in their first Jjlrls'Ioii hopes, 'lying in liic Co'aert ^County Hospital at Sheffield, Ala., : -\vilh a brBken right >:ikle. '^ Hocliie Ixx'knisn, considered the ;best .of the Giant out fielders, suf- | *^ered a broken 'fibula bone six •Indies a.'oove the nnklc f««J a MCK^Ward dislccation when he slid into Tieeond base in yesterday's game -with the Indians. .; DALIAS. Tex.—The St. Louis -rCardmals mee r . the Dallas -Tlebels • agnm today in an attempt, to IJquarc a 3 to 1 defeat. ' RICHMOND, Ind. — At least six 'Boston Braves regulars, including ..pitchers Johnny Sain and Si Johii- -EOII, will entrain for lioston alter today's game with the Milwaukee .Brewers. ~ KINGS-FORT, Term.— Boston Red «Sox Manager Joe Cronin will ask •hi s crack right Hander, Dnve (Boo) jFerriss. to pitch -some' respect into J'ne Cinclnnattl R«R> today. Cincinnati's Eddie Lukon, Bert Haas •and Clyde Vollmer all hit homers ^yesterday as the Reds smothered i'the American League Champs, 3 ; to 1. *~ NEW YORK— The first contingent of the 19<17 edition of the *-New York Yankees, minus -such fa- •'miliar faces as Joe DiMaggio and ipnuffy Stinnveiss, arrived in the big town today, to rest up for Sundays' exhibition gSmc with the ^Brooklyn Dodgers. >* KANSAS CITY. Mo— The Chica- *8o White Sox will face the Amer- Jcan .Association's Kansas City E6At>, M^LVOMS.'EMPLOYINSSME/I AS VOOR. ASSISTANT \MOULO 4% VIR.TOALL.V ASSURE A peMMAMn: THe vJrt\Te nose/ SPARKLING BIAMOMD STARS FARDOlsJ ME, MR. DROOPLE LUr\iCK TIM.& today, secure in the knowledge that 43-year-old pitcher :Char!cy (Red) Ruffing will be rei- to play when tile season opens Pebs to Open Season Friday is LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 9. (UP)—The Little Rock Trnvelfis hoped for sunshine today as Uicv moved into final practice sessions for the opening of the 1017 .si'n^on Friday. Tile 1'ebs will entjaye the Memphis Chicks here in the season opener. Rained out of their exhibition game with the Chicago White Sox yesterday, the Travs planned workouts today and tomorrow. Meanwhile, Manager ]!il| Diclcey hoped to get a good loook at Bill Evans, .slrong-iirmcU Imrlcr optioned to the Rocks by the V.'hlta Sox yesterday. Evans won 20 games and lost seven for APIII- illo, Tex., last year. Dickey had not selected his Ktnrtmg pitcher (his morning, but Chick Mjinagcr Doc Prornri indicated he would start a southpaw —either Larry Brume or nob Schultx. Tennis Match Sought NA!SHVIIJ,E. Tenn., April a. (UP)—Vandorbilt today was nl- pliiiK to rearrange its tennis .schedule to play Wester i Michigan on Saturday, after the match was mined out yesterday. Player-Coach Johnny Hydcn will try to shift a match with the Nashville Tennis club tj Friday, leaving Saturday open for the Michigan team. Former Blytheville Giant Hurler Holds Cardinals to Single Run Tom piilligf, who pitched for the* Blytheville Giants In 1937. theiv first year in (he Northeast Arkansas Class D Baseball league, yesterday went the route for the Dallas Reb- hels, beating the World Champion St. Louis Cardinals mo I in an exhibition game In Dallas. The former paratrooper pitched heads-tip ball nuiiastinj! veteran Al Brazle, of (he Redbirds. Brnzlc was tagccd for two runs in the first two -next week. innings and gave way to another ••- The former New York Yankee's veteran, Ted wilks in (he sixth ;HgJit knee was struck by a lino Pullig went the route for the .drive last Sunday at Texarkana,| Rebels, walking one and striking •Tex., but Dr. P. Walter Carruthers out four, ire allowed only one Card Little Rock, Ark., said yester- to reach second base nnd that was that Ruffing -torn tissue. " NEW YORK—A banner crowd .iVas scheduled to welcome home rthe Brooklyn Dodgers lodnj- as -Manager Leo Durociier's charges prepared to get in their final .Spring licks at the expense of the -Montreal Royals. •~ Brooklyn defeated the Chnrles- ^Chhrieston, S. C. •Jon Rebels yesterday, 9 to 2 Arkansas State f\th!etes to Meet Illinois Outfits suffered only on Ernie Dusak's tripplc off I he right field, wall In the seventh frame. Marty Marion singled to score Dusak giving the Redbirds their only run. Te big righthander reported to Manncer ITersche] Bobo. of the niytheville Giants in 1937. He won his first three lilts biit went into a tail-spin and lost the next 10 strnight. Bobo was forced lo release Pullig in order to cut his squad down to regular size. Pullig. a native of Wabbaskca. j' Ark., drifted nround sci-cml senii- I pro leagues after his release from 1 Blytheville and finally wound up as relief pitcher for Buffalo, N. Y of the triple-A District 6 Football Plaits To be Made in Forrest City FORREST CITY. April 3.— I. Marion Newman, president of i r ootbrtll District No. G, announced yoster:l:iy that a meeting will be held r.t Forrest City Thursr,w nit-lit lo \vork out details of the new Arkansas Athletic Association football -:etup. Counties included in the district nre Crittenrten, Cross. Bt. Francis, Lee. Phillips. Arkansas, Monro: r,nd Prairie. At Ihe meeting, teams in the district will chouse the clnssi- licntion they will play unclei' this fall, Mr. Newman stated. Two Women Tennis Stnrs Lose Amateur Standings NEW YORK. April !). (UP) — suspended as amateurs becsii they were considering professionalism, tennis stars Pauline Betx and at "i JONESBORO. April 9.-Thc irack, tbaseball, golf and tennis tcuius of ^Arkansas State College, will pl;,y host to teams from Southern Hit-' He won 17 earnes for the Rebels K °y mal University of Carbon- last year, three in the pennant four-way . nlay-olr ;mrt one in ihr> Dixie series against the Atlanta Crackers. He .will be composed was ranked high among the lenders •flale, 111., Saturday iii iicet. ~ The golf lenm <>r:-Eiigeno Osmeut, Jonesboro;'ciif- Jord Rotton, Helena; Bruce Grecn- J.'ay,.Paragould; John Karnes, Bay- : -side, N. Y.; Curtis Duncan, Ken-1 -*ett, Mo.; Perkins Day, Datt.), Ark.; Leon Beaton, Jonesboro; Bill Crews' Jocahonlos; Steve Bnksa. Pocahon- :tas; and Roy Gentile, Parkin. — Candidates for .the tennis team Delude Edward Hang, Brooklyn^ N. y.; Bruce Grecnv^iy, Paragould: grcd Young. Tyronta; Billy J oc Sarah Palfrey Cookc were cxiwct- cd today to turn pro lor a Sti'fi- iiicr exhibition swills. Tlie U. S. Lawn linuis Asso- j Cuba, that started cialion, announcing the .iusp'jn- \viih sions, said- Hint the two stars international Lcag- j could appeal to the association's ue. He re-mainc-d with Buffalo for ' executive commiUce, which docs two years prior to his entry into not meet until September. Thus Miss Bell-,, u. S. nnd Wimbledon Champion, cannot defend eithei- tltle, nor she partic'innte in nny of the other big Summer tournaments. She was enroute to'day to an undisclosed destination in Swii/or- land. nnd left Monte Carlo /eoter- the service. After being discharged from the service Pnllig reported to Dnllas ' where he is serving Is second year U. S. Ducks Find Trips to Cuba End On Dinner Tables ATLANTA, Gn., April 9. (UP) — The duck population of the Unii- cd Slates should get wise and slay out of c«'ja. R. E. Cooksey, pre.i- Id'eiu of the Florida Wildiife Association, said yesterday. Cockney is disturbed over n 20,- OOD.COD decline in the duck and geese population of this country durinR the past yeaV. He thiiiKs Cuba is responsible. The trouble is, he said, that, North American ducks find the marshes and succulent grasses Cuba particularly enticing once year an<| they leave friendly shores, about 5 feet 10 inches. —.where they are all s orts'of regulations to protect them—and fly .-.uiKli where there are no such laws. ''While we in the Dnlted States are paying out fees for hunting i ducks and have been abiding by! I-'ITTLE ROCK, April 0. (UP)— strict regulations," he s aid. •Thc[ Gov - Bctl Laney yesterday issued Cubans seem to have had no hurn-j 5ix proclamations setting aside day s ing laws. They don't even havj to cr Vi " c e!ts honoring special occasions. puv tax on ammunition because ^ p -^^^ ^ay 18 as "1 Ant An they catch most of the ducks i n K*™e:ica!i Day;" May 22 as Nu- traps and net"." ».:onal Maritime Day; (he week of Cooksey said-"the St. Petersburg.' ---^' 4 - n as National Music Week; Flo., yacht curb recently sponsor- j U?_--' oe H._? f M ? y , 4 " n ?;l J% ! atio ! 1 . ;i1 ed n race from Florida to Havam. and finishe.l a oinner. "At the start of the race, about 1.030 guests gathered for a steak, dinner," he said. ''But when the other dinner was held in Havana, Police Seek Soldier After Nude Body Found MIAMI, Pia., April 9. (UP)—Police today .sought the soldier escort of an unidentified woman of about 30 years who was found nud? on a hotel bed strangled to ck-ath. A towel had been twisted and knotted about the woman's neck. The couple linrt rosislerecl ns Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jackson of Boca Raton, Pla. In the moVntng in the lobby when the hotel clerk asked the soldier for the key to the mom he snid that the "wife has it up in (he room." A Negro maid discovered the body several hours later. The soldier was dressed in an Army woolen olive drab uniform with an overseas cap. He was described as very dark in complexion, Laney Sets Aside Dates For Special Occasions earned vunp in the class Texas League last season. A A Vrcmmcialion changed The original pronunciation of "seyscr." which L ? an Icelandic word. W as "gccser." This was later changed to "gayser" and finally AinericaniKcri to "gyser." Price, Joncsboro; and John GICCM- way, Hickory Ridge. d.'ty before- receiving official notice of suspension. She srvid that she •xpccted to be in Paris \vithui a Tew days. Mrs. Cooke, at New York, was nriignanl' nt the USLTA nction. Although she pointed out it made 10 difference to her. since, she lad retired from amateur lourna- nent competition. She said that .1 Home Demonstration Week; th week of April 2G-"May 3 as Boys and Girl? Week; and the week of I April 20-28 as World Fellowship Week. Read Courier News Want Ads. Anchors A weigh! 30 year's service. The union, which claims representation of !2J,CQ'j of the nation's 1.5CO.OCO railroad worker.*. said its proposals would be sub- milted to Congress soon. Blytheville and Huffman Men Enlist in U. S. Army Enlistment of Billy Dargcr Jr., of IJJytlieville, nnd Rex Hughes Je. of Huffman in the Regular Arm/ \VJK announced today by Staff oerr.t. Don C. Seal of the Hccrui'.ln:* Oi- flce here. Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex \V. lluglic-s Sr., enlisted for an 18- months period and Barger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burger St., enlisted in the Army Ais 1 Foicts fur three years. Ari'hcry Troops In 1339, half of-England's troops were archers and, by 1309, practically all the archer troops were mounted. The inwi used foow.s about five feet in length, with lliree-loot arrows. New Theater Manila's Finest Wednesday & Thursday "IT'S A JOKE, SON" with Radio's Scnatur Clughom Kenny !?e!mai- Also Shorts Open G:15 p.m.; Starts 7:15 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday 'Diary of a Chambermaid' I'aulelte r.ocldard ' Bin-Res* Meredith Fox movietone \*e«\s Alsu Shorts Candidates for Navy's crew m-e. on a choppy Severn preparing for events leading up to the first post-war Povi{;hkecpsie & Hc-yatta in June. Railroad Workers *(sk For Increased Pension CHICAGO, A'll-il 9. (UP)—The United Railroad Workers of Amer-j ica (CIO) yesterday proposed that Congress amend the Railway La-1 f oor Act to provide for increased pensions and compulsory retirement of railroad employes after R TT t '7 I I Z, THEATRE the main course \va s wild duck." King; Carried Lunch A cnrringc containing lunch held ready in cnse the royal appetite required appeasing accompanied Louis XIV, of France, wherever he went. Read Conner Nc'.vs Want Ads. she was "surprised" that siich drastic action was taken ' nicrel/ for contemplating a lour without ever signing or com.mttniT ourselves to become professional!." Wudncsday mid Thursday "Make Mine Music" Disney Musical Fcatiirt; Paramount. N'ews and Coiucdv Tires Time Gasoline Bring your car to us for that paint job or engine overhaul ... we turn out a better job quicker!, No need to hunt for our real service, it's here waiting for you always! Sales—Studebaker—Service BILL CHAMBLIN LEX CHAMTHJN 114-118 So. Third St. Phone 2105 HuMKo • HHHBI^HMA THE iDainiy COOKING FAT Jts Wonderful! SET 500-MILE PACE • Almost even,, hour in the day you will find a Rood use for the "Jeep" as a truck, light tractor, runabout or •^Wn" r ° WCr ""'I' W ' !h " S mi "8 ht >' W''"ys-Ovcri,,nJ jeep Lngme and powerful ^-wheel-drive, v OU can BO most anywhere in a "Jeep.V on or off the road .. in fair weather or in 'oul. ? et a j'J'" ep " on (hc I°b. It will pull plows, liar• * rows, seeders, mowers; tow 5,500-Ih tr-iilr^l nit,i,™ i „ haul 800 Ibs. The "Jeep", will ca^y mca aP nd tooll \Vh°r, S , S t0 " ;n ° r ' to . har <*-'°-gct-at places in n jiiTv, Wherever ,t goes, its power take-off is rea( ]y J^ : the Jrri^VT 7 r ' 8 ? " ^ '° b - C °"1 C an<1 SCC wllat *~ r o / i™r53tHc 4'ptirposc *• Jccr>*' cin do tor you i *• ; Ml THE MIGHTY 'Jflf' AT fOOLE MOTOR COMPANY Formerly HOLLY MOTOR CO. I I I r vt^v^^i •• ^k Owner and Operator Steefe, Mo. 3««fcv ^ssy^-^ Thursday, April 10th HERE'S the 1917 Nash selected 1>y the Iiii\ianapo!is 1 will lead the fnslcsi Hel.! nf s\«cial i-ncinR vehicles in Moloi^Sticc'ilvvny to set the pace for the annual _500-Mile | tin- history nf Ihc annual automotive sport: Kare May M. Shown at the \vhccl of (lie oHirinl p:\rn- makrr is Williur Sliasv. president nf thr Inilir.iinpulis Sprcdway, \vitli Floyd Kishline, chief rni;mri<r nf Nash jMninrs, liMiking on. Shnw says that tins Nash rinss-ic. 1'hc car. n stock -l-donr Strnlfnrd lilue 1017 Nash trunk model sedan, will be driven hy Gcnr^e W. Mason, (irrsiilml i>f Nnsh-KcJvinalor Corporation, with .Shaw. :;-iimc winner of the race, as a passenger. See the new NASH on display at 121 W. Ash St. Bring your cars or trucks to the Auction Barn at Holland, Mo. Ho Registration Fee! Caretakers' will be present to care for Auto- mobiles. Food served nearby! This is your Auction — Be Hero! For Further Information Call Steele 49 Phone 438 Across from Dixieland Service at Holland, Mo.

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