The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 23, 1947
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APf<IJ, 23, Boston-Yankee Due! Sfarts Early Much Significance Attaches to Today's Game in American 1)Y fOllXKUUS ItVAX Illniti-il J'l-i'ss S|ii>rls Writer) -" Apjil 23.-II lii.1- itsell, today may be ihe day llic Anjci'k'im Leajjue ueu- :'.:uii is dei-ided. The Boston Rod Sox, who lost '" 'lie New York Ynnkec s yesicr- <lay in the tirsi 1LM7 meeting 01 Hie two tennis. 1: lay the Yanks :i ";un today, MIIL;|I could depend on I his early-season (jamc -as It 'lid last year. I" KMU tlie setting for Ihe se:- "nd YankJBoxov j'.ame was the s;inu~-.Nfew york hncl won the first IMtlU'r. I But the Reel Sox, who were fav-j "files last yea:' just as they .ire ll 'i.s year, lame lia-l; in the sec( «id gani(. anil then it was Hie Ya;:fc.s who took a whipping. New York Ueieuted lioston yes- ".'I'diiy, S to .|, on three hits. A -'iiv'.le and a walk in Ihe fir.-;I in- "ini; WHS I'oliou'ed by Charley Keli- 'i'.'. ihii'e-riui iiomer. Ted Williams au,| thi-ii fi;im Mele hit liuniers oi! Hie Yanks' Hoyd nevcns with no ''»'• uii base .ami in tlic eiglith lulling Rudy Yurk iiit a two-i'lin iiiiinei- to p:it lioston ahead. Jim K'lu-l |iitc)'.i>ii Karl Johnson gave "1» two walks, Jo'nn Pesky made an '•niir, lliere \va^ a sacrifice and liii'ii Keller hi i a single lo score a niii. Tom HenrU'h'.s lona fly sent llonie [lie winning nm. IJ.ive Ffrriss for Boston mid Allie Hrynolds for New York were today's pitchers. 1-VIU-r IlnUls lirowns Scoreless I^JU'r, the Cleve'.aiul IniU-in 1 k^'»^niler .stiun^buy, came i=p u ' l-l1 *IE* 0 lnore siieclacn'iixr yamo as he iMired a 5 to 0 victory over ihe .St. Louis 'Browns. He had a ]:yrfeel Bailie until the seventh m- 'iiti::. v.'lien Al Zarilla, a left-limut- eil hitter, lined a soft single to ecmer filed. Feller ivn.'ked one man iu tlie ninth, and struck out lit killers during the game. It was tvilWs mutht oiie-hittQi 1 . He h;i.s two no-hit g.'iines. file;;;; i;ave up a double to Del F.nnis in the first jnniiig as Braol:- !yn edseil the Philadelphia Phils, 1 to II. He .struck out lour, walked IHA'THKYILLKAUK.) NKWS Shhh! Too Late (o Classify For Sale li"!'i>' in-l uul rily Imiin i- n .. ,11.,,,! h'nt-. Sninll l.'li.iui BASI-BALI. STANDINGS Litltc Ray Champagne, three, well pj-oleclcil from sun l>v cnildv umhrella, lines up Tor putt in I 3 ec \Vecj (Jolf Tuui-ntii)H.-iil '; Orlando, 1'lorkta. v . Amateur Goiters Battle For North-South Crown PINEHURST, N. C.. April 'J3. j (UP)—Medalist Felice Toixn. Con- necticnt stale open])lon, led I the field into the <|(iarter-lina! ', round of the 47th Nortli and South ' Aina'icur Golf Toiiriinment today after a hard-fought victory over 1 Dr. J. p. Kcndrk'k of lielhe.sda, DIGESTIVE TBACT AnJ Stop Dosinj; Your Stomach With. Soda and Alkalizers rinn'.l p,,itct lo C ct ru:,l relief from, sour 5l,,,iia,.|,. KM .„„[ l, 3 ,n, [t , a tli l, y takj ,,^ VMi'r UoIii.klTJ^ln"'!"'™ ',' U '° l "" ! ^ "' In l!iU c^isc. ymir ri^il tnnililp is not in the « ..... "''I' at all. 11, a m 11,,, in("tinal "ra<° wh,Tf: su-i of y,,ur f,,,,,l i, ,K S ,*,, ,]. Anll .,,,, cn tl,n l.iwr part ttts kUirkiil fowl may fail to <]iu--_>t r>rop,-rly. • a "" vvnnl f " r rr;i1 "-'i" i* <m~ , ,..,. (wo and hit a batter with a pitrh-J c<l ball. After Ennis' hit, GrcsK; retired 20 men in a row. Feller got his offensive support from Joe Cordon, who hit a three- run homer, while Gregg got his one-run margin Uirougli [lie work of Jackie Robinson, who singled, stole second, took third on a wild throw by catcher ,Andy Scminick.i and scored on Gene llcrinnuski's! single in the ciglith munis;. IV:-1 Wee Reese saved the game in the! ninth after a walk and an error! by Robinson put a man on third. 1 Nick Ellen hit sharply lliroiigii the! box lint Reese made a great stop aii ( i forced a runner at second to! end the game. Robinson !;ot two hits and now is baiting .•141. | Cold Weather Interferes Cincinnati defeated the Chicago Cubs, 7 to 0. in a 10-innmg Maine. 1 Singles by Bert Haas and kddie Miller produce^ the. winning 111,1.1 Miller also hit a homer, his filth! i of the season, and Bob Adams and Ray Mueller added reeling fonrbag- i gers to the 13-hil attack. Cokt weather brought postpone-' ment of four games, two in each \ league. In the National, New Yorx i at Boston and Pittsburgh at St. I 'Louis were moved back, and in tiic American the Washington-Philadelphia and Chicago-Detroit games were re-scheduled. • • • Yesterday's stars—Dob Feller of the Indians ami Hal Greg?; of iiie Dodgers, each with a "one-hit pitching job. Mel. Tovza. a heavy favorite, wns forced to the 20th hole yesterday lo beat Dr. Kcmlrick. Goorgo Fulton, jr.. of Roaimke. Va., w - as also hrd-prcssed to reach l lie bracket of eihi, i;uinn to 21 holes to dfnvn C. w. Miili'ahy. Jr., of Boston, while c. B. Dudley ol Greenville, s C.. had nn easv iii'tr' defeating; Prank T. Sntton of Richmond, va.. l> and 0. Only upset in early match play was (he victory of Walter Ilayen. Jr., over Prank Sotichak of Pittsburgh in 2t) holes. Haf;en later lost lo nave Ewell. Jr.. 4"ant.l 3. No Fingerprints Found, But Police Find Fingers RATON ROUCr:. La., April 23. 'UP' Authorities had I' 10 fi"Kers instead of rin)>erprinls today. In- v<>«if,'alin<: an atlemplcd rubbery. .Slate Police riyhled an overUirned safe and found two mashed fingers. New Orleans Nnsln-illi> H!rmini:haiii Little Hork . Atlanta °° 11 ' 1 Mobile Memphis W. I,. IVI 8 3 .VW 54 0 5 4 !> •I 0 4 ti .55l> .541 I XATIONAI, I.KAdllK i !*iltsblli'i'.h \ I ,..,...• :IU ,I i I ii , . ii.- . i ,.rr u m ' ' ' i' Ml'; CM l('l-:s l.\ Ci.-:|,l, !,. in, Ill) I I llnl|,.r v |«.l [.'.I Jl 'ill t; !...«!« I'.mll.v, 11'.> i: M^.iu. eii"'" 1 ' ; i !1 . •r'.:a-rk-'!i- Personal Wanted to Kent 1 or fi room imriinii llrmiklyi Pluhule'iphiii Ciiu-iniiali Chieii,:,, New Yurk . lioslon St. Louis .. Clllrnco New Yurk , IJo-.Uut Oelrdit '. ., St. l.iniis .. I'liiladelplna .41)0 .22J .liOO .571 .too W. !,. Tet. II 1.00!) Yesterday's Results PAGE SETEM New Orleans 0. 'Meni))hl Nushvllh. 7, Alliinta 1. HUmiiuUmin a, Ohatlanoogu Mobile 9, Litlte Hock 0. •J. NATIONAL •Brooklyn i, Phlladeljihla 0. Olnclnniill 7, Chicago U (10 Now tlicr. York al Uixslun, ce>ld wea> lJtiriih at St. Wills, cold we.t 5 2 •! 1' 2 o 2 :t 'i 3 i :i n ri .714 ,(WT .500 AW .WJ AMl-UK'AN Cleveland 5, si. Louis 0. i New York ft, lioston 4. i Wiislifnijioii ut I'hlladi'lphiii, eotil weather ami wet itrounds. | Olilt'iilM at Detroit, cold weiiltfr., hxlay's Games Cotton Concern Wins Dismissal Of Litigation | MirMI'llIS. Tenn., April i'l. (UP)' — A suit, wliii'h eluuijod Ande-son- (Ctuyloii Colton Co. with vIoHlk.iis of Ihe fnir tjibor Slandiinis Act jwiis dismissed l>y JIU!KO Mai Ion Miuvd In Federal Court yeslmluy. I 'I'he company whs chnrcvil with ' Culture to pay employes In Jive j states lime and u half for over- i I line work. The court ruleil Oial Unit eonlmei under wliich em- |;l(iyc.s work |irovitler> ":< ".table winie, rather than uncertain a..d upon lions Sa/csniCrT Designated .lame;: M. Know and Havmnpd KiiKli.sli, I) in, of Illytlievllle. liave oi'en iqiiiiiinletl franclse !^ervi;'i! sali .»» M in (ills territory Cor Curtis Candy Company. Memphis al New Orleans. Nashville in Allnnla. Utllc Itock ill Moljile. ChatianooHa nt lJirinin(;hani. NATIONAL ,I,KA(;IIH Cincinnati at Chleauo. I'illsbui'Kli at 31. umls. Philadelphia tit Brooklyn, New York ill Uosloll. seasonal anil oilier Iltitlua- in the business." Want Ads. 'Huston «l New York. Washington at Philadelphia. St. I,oul s a i Cleveland. Ctileai'.o at Detroll. IN BOTTLES AND AT FOUNTAINS Head Courier Ne-m; want Ads. Psychiatric Services For Public Foreseen MKYrniS. 'ivnn., AjH-it 2S. (UI'J - iPsycliiatrie services eventually will hi 1 aecessilile to the public as chest X-rays and blooil le.sLs. D:'. M'.nrav A. Diamond. HiUtimorc, Md.. declarerl liere yesterday. The mental health of a community is as important ns its physical health. Dr. Diamond told Ihe Southern brunch of Ihe American J-ulilie Heallli Association. 'I'here are- an estimated H.OUU.OW inenl:illy-il] pLM'scms in lliis comitt'y, he said, an,) f/::i.C(!fl menial patients o^'euiiy snor,v than half tlic ttatio.Vs tola! mm;!nT of ho>j>ilal bod.s. Company, Long Is\m\A Cit|/ r N. Y. Holllj.r: (Viwi-OolM Itotllint; Co. i>f Itlj thi'vllle 4l «V^^ DUE lOCOMMIfAIIOII • USt AO DIRCC1CD FORSALI Choice 40 acres located at Kruiz Bridge. 2 miles north of Bly- thevlllc on Highway SI. Five rom residence, 4-room tenant, house nnd bam. several outbuildings. 60 paper shell pecan trees set out last, Fall, s acres al/nl/u, over 800 IQQI lioulHKC on Highway fll. This place Is !\ honey, see or call. . . H. E. 'Bud' Fisher Real Estate & Loans 107 East Kentucky IMione 2330 SALES Sores— Studcbakcr —Service Cin-K Mini Tnickii of OiitshiiidinK Quality ami Kcouomy * Kxporl Aulii and Truck Service -jir .Motors Relniill it Klecti'ic Welding •A- '1'i'iiiior Kcpairs if In li'iiek M'.'viee, niiy in;i|<e, uny in< H lel. Our Valnt Is i-oinpli't,. . . . I,,.|,I B >.,,,, r ,. ;lr to us fur the .'arts. «M«, ""lu^'l! 111 ""' '"' ''•"""""• '•""• "' S""""""" NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL —\Ve Have Several Gnnii Used C'jir.s For Sail;— CHAMBUN SALES . K. * Ash Sis. .KX C Plionc 21!>5 IHI.I, CHAMHUN I WIT CHOPS-ITIOJOS ANY HAY CROP IN ONE EASY Labor Saving Operation The Massey-Harris This is the answer to your haying problems! \Vit1i Hie Alasspy-IIin-ris FOIVIKG Clipper you cut, :'hnp and load your Ijay crop (liandles S to 12 Ions of ftreon liay per houv) all in one operation. Ir, this one npoi-ilion yon save time, labor and untold expense. And - . . by using the Masscy-IIarris Forage Clipper you save losses usually accompanying previous poor hnudliiitf. Massoy-IJarris Forage Clipper eliminates . ..^,^/a Slow operation of mower, rake, loader and hoist. 2^ Shattering and loss through excessive handling. • 3. Lack of adequate manpower. 4. The weather—always unpredictable at haying time. N«W Meet the Machine that eliminates high cost! MASSEY-HARRIS FORAGE CLIPPER Implement Company 1501! SMITH North Highway 67 CAUL WALLACE Phone 2742 WARD WEEK SPECIAL! Men's Smart j^ Sport Shirts 3.7 Regularly 3.49 Cool, c.omCorlal.Ie. . . . anil priced for ravings! They're llic sliirls yon want for active ppnrls ;;. for relaxation. You'll like llic gay Mexican print, the sanforized* fabric. Crisp rayon .iiul collou popliu in small, medium and largo sizes. 1 *Won't shrink more than 1%;J STEP INTO SEASON WITH LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS • WHITE • GOLD • BEIGE • BLUE Yes men, they're here i,, wide election. Colorful, soft material;; most popular with all men. Come in now ami select your coin|ile1e spring !ln ,| Sllm . ini-i- s|iorl shii'l wardrobe. All White Shirts NEW STYLES TAILORED BY MANHATTAN Tropicals Khaki Sharkskin HUDS CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR 320 West Main, HlytheviHc, Ark. I'lioiic 2G12

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