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TirUHSDAY, APRIL 24, 1047 Lookouts Defeat Birmingham, 4-1 Memphis Chicks Hold Cellar Spot In Southern League A'l'UVNTA, Ca.. April 24. (UP) — Smooth pik'hing by 203-poimel jkMi&v Dixon and a tlircc-rini iii-iT^j in Hie npeniiiK stanza coia- l.'inc'cl to caiaimli ilie Chattanooga l.eiokeints iniu the Southern Association first division todny. Tbe 23-ycnr-f)!cl r I R h I !> a n <l e i- breezed tbc ball past Hie Birming- b:un ii:irun.s last night, letliim clown ihe hMnn team w itii six wcli- soaltcred blows. 'Noos-a, meanwhile, •AUS bavini; trouble solving llic shuns uf roi'lief piti-her lioy lim- n'T, who caine on in tin? first to put out the fire for Huron stau- ii 1 Viinon ^lonc. All told, the Lookouts collected Imt live blt.'.v.s, The first innim; OJ'- lensn-e proved all ihe support L)ix- oii ni'i'rte'd. !io\vcver. as Ciiallanoo- !;« IJ-nunpbcd., 4 lo 1. liy virtue the \viii, the Lookouts drew up RLYTHRVILI.,13 (AUK.) COliHllCH NEWS Hurth Thinks Umps Hold Key To Diamond Fans' Happiness By WAKKKN W. S('I1WK1> fllnifcd I'rrss S|inrls IVi-ilrv) ATLANTA, On , April a-l—("itiicl- inn Hie rteslinies of llic Southern Association In his maiden year in the president's oltice, diaries llnrili Ililnks Ihe boys In blue hu'.<i ihe key to keeping tans happy. No doubt Oils thought will secta radical lo HID liliunoiul iitUUci vrti« customarily vents his spleen at ilu 1 arbiters. But Hiirlli remains linn — ttes up lo tin; umps to provide better baseball. For one lliinK, Until! belicvt.s ».-e patrons want In sec a streamlined version of the national pasUn.c. The long drawn out ivvo-ur (hi-ec-h.mr marathons lire as unpopular with the bleaelieriles ns they .uv with (lie ballplayers. The youthful executive opines Ihat an hour and .15 minnti'.s i.s plenty of time. 1 lo play :i nan- In- nlng eontesl. lint Hurth fe.ivi lhal his hopes in this direction :>.v >-ab<i- tai-eel by bickerini; over null and strike decisions of tin- pinto nn-,p. To cm down Hie "javvini;" over the arbilei-'s deeision, llurlh is con- BASEBALL STANDINGS soujni:i!.\ i.t:Ac;iu: w. L. New Orleans Nashville l!irmiiu;ham Lit tie HiKk . . 10 3 p.'l I .'I'l'J an,i Little Rock. Slop-J'V placers or pilot on the subject .. :> tnew up -- Jt "- 1 :i tlirc-c-way lie lor third place \viili I siitcrin the ilarons ,. v ^,, „.,.. . , .. |;eil iwi:'i' ill a row by the snr-j "f halls and strikes. piiMiii; Nashville' Vols. Ki Ki Cuy-| The Southern boss would ..fern U> icrs crackers bGinulcil baek with have- something here The h ilkiu- a a in 2 conojuest OVI.T their to-.--1 on decrees by the plnte u;'in -ire na'Uors. Somhjiaw Forrest Thoni;)- | strictlv eye-wash inasmuch as Ihe j:nn went Hie ilislancc for tno mailers never change Iheir mind. ..'*• ,. I On the oilier hunt!, the fninini; ov-r _ I he Crux were aided by live a called ball or strike i,,i»l,t ' }-. tm .vashvihe nnsciies. Younp. c.cnc U.i-,a psychological alfcct on i:ie ump 1'ls.m a,,,! mn Hustle handled _ eausine; him to t-ive the ,a"i ' inoimil chores lor Ihe Vol.-, lMul ,, le , 011( , end ^ Ult , „,,, ^ Orleans IcjiL'.lhencd its lea-J ilecision. I Hurth admit.s he hasn't "b-sui-Ll I any hard-:inil-f:ist rule to his uniliitini: stall" on ^lipin)-; by ih- 1 alli- leles. lint lie's consideriiiH it. allT prior eoiisnltation willi ihe cllib owners. lliis in limps on I'.'iyi-oH Most of the new chief's thai :i»e load lo Hire. pin-.: Mciui>!!i.s 7 lo 1. Thi, Pelicans stinted off will!' t\vo r.nis in ihe first aiul didn't. sli;;> iiii>i| iliey had added live $fe.c. Meiuuvhilc. veteran l-.virler ili::a was ciieckint; ihe Chicks with font" scat- Mi ^ tereil Till take " "!' wli » ''"'league i.mpiriiif; s'.atr. Illu ' th has 12 »» '-'•? sprint; has steiing the RlBlil now. payroll. The men in blue know thtil only about nine or 10 of their r.tmjba'r will be retained. Hurth reckons tin.; factor accounts for the usually his'i calibre of work by his unius llii:-i far this year. One thins; itl ninth's favor is bis inheritance of the veteran "Slcam- boat" Johnson. Before Billy Avails loss phiniicd Ihe Chicks lif'fp.'i 1 into Liie ci'llav, f;ivin<; IhiMn the dismal record of two wins -n 10 Marts. Newcomer nick Holland v.oikcd until the eighth frame win 11 skii:;:i-r Doc Prollno waved Uill;: Drill's in from the bullpen. Mobile's yoimlhful riKlnluiiHler Rus Lisrh shutout Bill Dickey'a Lillle lt«H'k nine for seven innings, •Ererzini; along on a comfortable 4-f] hail, Li.'il'h ran inlo tro\lble ill Ibe eiylHh as the Travelers plislied bofit " Johnson. Before Billy Avails o-ier a srore. § moved up from Ihe Southern presidency lo a front oiticc berth with Detroit, he installed Tho Steamboat as supervisor of loop arbiters. Ilmth opines that The Ktcatn- Orphan Winning Essay [ ^ ^^ ^"Uu ^, the timpirint; problem. T'.n. new IJr'e.'-'ktcnt has yiven Johnson aiithor- ily over instructing the boy:; in blue anil scouting lower circuits lor new talent. "I'm strictly a rookie in this j:ib." Hurth confesses, "and I'll p.-obal>l\ make my share of mistakes before learning the job. lint they'll be si'tirc. lint Jiji- Powers came on the scene and put out tin: fire as Mobile chalked up a 4-t win. j 4on Winning Essay j Contest to Meet 'Sake' . ' JACKSON. Miss. April 2-1. (UP) — The "elianic of a lifetime" fcr o:ne 5o orpli-.m boys hinged on -.vrilti'ii rr,riii:ositiO]i toilay .The boys, who must be at least 11 years old. must write an essay on "Why I Would Like to Moot Bibe Hmh." 'J'iio winner will be llovuu^u New Voik Monday tlirl will iW'cl ihe Babe—the most fu- jnous orpicni or all time—on April The contest is beinr; sponscrert by the Jn:-);*,on Ha.scb.'ill Club of Ilie Soiilheastcrii Lofiime and is open to nrphiin boys of the local Bap- list and XfethoiUsi Orphanyes, who are at [cast 11 years old. In addition to mcetim; the llabc. tin- lurky younssler will toss out llie tiist ball at a name between Jiii'kson and ihe Meridian Peps here next Sunday, which is "llabc Raih" clay throtii^hout Ihe. country. Srirnlifii* Stingiii!; Wnsps and hornels know exac;l.y where to Min;; an enemy insect, lo paralyze it, yet not cause death. Tims yoiini; nasps are able lo feed on livini; prey. In tin- Clinm-cry C'inirt, Cliirkn- sa«ba District. Mississippi Oolinly, Arl<aiis:is. Ilailie Jacbion PlalnlilT, ^.-s. No. 10030 \V^^r l.ee Jackson npfpiirlmir. 'rue defendant Walter Lee Jack- yon, is hereby warned lo appear v.ilhm I'^rty days in li,e coutt nanu-il ^^:he caption henHH' :md ans\ver tin: cnmplaini of tlu plain- till Haliie Jackson. Dated this !) day of April. I'j-,', JIAI?VI:Y uoimis, eier):. l!y Dorothy Ciailey. U. C. C. I 1 '. Cooper. Atty. for Pit. (ii'iie I-:, Bradley. Atty. ad I.ilem. •1:10-1 r-»i-s[i . honest ones—and nobody me for trying." The choice of Hurth by a.iuUiern olubowjiers last Jnminry came a;.- somelhing of a surprise. The ex-New Orleans general man Chicago . .. New york . Cleveland . Boston . Detroit . .. Washington St. Louis . I W. I . -J 1 . ti •> .32 ..-I 3 Pel. .T.itl NATIONAL I.KACUI-: W. L. ..... li 4 4 :i -1 -1 [ nrooklvn 1'hiladelphia Uoslon Chicago . .. Cincinnati . New York . SI. Loili-; . Yesterday's Results Challanijo;;a 4, Bilininuhain 1. Alliuila 5, Nashville 2. New Orleans 7, Memphis 1. Mobile 4, Little nock 1. AMLKICAV I.KAf.UP. New York H. 'Boston 0. Detroit 7, Chicano 4. Washington 4. ['hilailelphia 3. Cleveland 10. St. Louis -V NATIONAL M'AClli; I'iUsburj'h II, si. Louis 5. Biooklui 5. Philadelphia •>. Cliieat;o 7, Cinciimali 1. Uoslon 5, Ne'.v York 1. 1 oclay's Games KOIJTm:i!X I.EAOUK Memphis at New Orleans do played later). Chattanooga at Biriuin^ham. Little Rock at Mobile. N.i.shville .-it Atlanta. AMKlilt'AN Boston at Ne\v York. Cleveland at Chicago. Kt. Louis at Detroit. Only gniiies scheduled. NAT10XAI, I.KAC.UI-. New Yoik at Boston. Fliiladelpliia at, Hrooklyu. Chicago at Pittsburgh. Cincinnati at St. Louis. Benefit Dinner to Be Held For Texas City Victims rmv oni,F-A.NS. AJM-II 2-1. <UP> : — Mayor Delesscps S. Mororison .said today that a group ol I-Iolly- w<;od movie and z-arlio stai'.s- hl- chlding Jack Benny and Gene A'l- t.ry will appear at a SlOtl a plate bencM'it dinner for Texas City dis- aslov victims. -Among those who accepted Mor' the ager .seein.s to be tnkiii!; a firm rison's invitation to headline >..hand at the throttle. And as of thn benefit April 30 arc Alice Pave, her writing, il appears that he'll ijn husband Phil Harris and his r band, Hie bill with something lo spare, the gravel-voiced Nccro comedian CHAMBLIN Sales — Studcbakcr — Service Cars and Trucks of Outstanding (Juality and Economy if 'Expci-t Atito • and Truck Service •*• Motors KebiiiJt if Electric Winding if Tractor Repairs We siieciali/c in Iruck scrvire, any inukc, any imnlc-1. Our I'aint and Iloily Shop is cnmplrlr . . . hriliK your o:lr In us fur the liesl all-iirnunil work nnywlirre. Compli'lc I. hie at Kltnlcliaker 1'arls. oilier makes, loo! NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL — AVe Have Several Gond Useil Cars For Sale __ CHAMBLIN SALES R. R. & Ash Sis. LEX CIIAMHLIN riinnc 2 I<ir> HIM. C'HAMIILIN e Offer: UARANTEED: GENUINE: SEAT COVERS: TIRES: Repair Service Mercury-Lincoln Parts For AH Cars, in Fibre, Plastic Satin, Nylon and Sailcloth Firestone STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. Your Mercury-Lincoln Dealer 112 Walnut St. Phone 3479 B.H.S. Baseball Team to Meet Dell Bluejays Couch .loo wliilley's lllytlievllU' Chicks wjli cntcilain'thc Dell Hiwli Kc'hnnl Hhu'):iys In 11 Mississippi (.•txiuty lliiM'bnll l.i'nmio ulinie :K "10 Air llase tlianumd tomorrow nf- U'J'lKKill. The' Chicks will he seeking thoir M'umd league win tnnl theii' first "vc'r ilii' iilnejays when (lie Iwo teams meet. This will In- the lirsl mee:l]iu of the Uvo wluiols. I, ran Waldon. Ilio Cliiek.t Ms; lell- liunder, \\-ill probably j;rt rhe Marli!i>: noil for iDDimi) ilmies wlih I.lnyd Koonly, hi>iulliii|; Ihe enlcli- iiiK uetivltU'S, Wulclen h:is scon net Inn in re- !ir[ roll's in bn'.li ^iiinr.-i linn Uio <'hieks have played, llalltjicuppl'd iiM'ln.ss ri^hl aym, the rlonfj- atril .smith paw nllowi'il Ihe Manila 1 inns only one hit in the throe in- in^s tlial lie worked in lu;M '.vt'ek's aim 1 . Oilier iiK-inljers fif the Chicks' iroljsibli 1 lineup \\-ill l>c l)w!l''y llar- ily. first base; IV 1) F.isU'r, second base: Hilly Wixson. shol'l. .slop, Dan CaUUv: 1 !!, Ihlrd baso: Stanley llooil, li'fl lield; l)oi) Mill. en. eeuter lielll, lttl Harold Traylor or .lack Dueis. iii:bt field. been /;ef :il .'J:,'ill anir linje Jj P 111. Other i:;inics ri'k tint! the in Ihe lemuie this lea^ue-li-uiUn^ Manila Lions meeting OsiTola at Manila Ihi.s nfternoon. It was er- lOMUlroilsly reported last wci-k I hut i>:.cCM>!a had re.sH'm'd from lcai;ne cosnjictilion. However, Condi Hlilie Hoycr announc-C'd today Inal I he Hcminulcs votild play Manila and fulfil) I he remainder of iheir >:i:he(Ullo. Shawnce. who enterod the leaj'lio l;ist u'c'ck taking (ho ]iliu:e of Ar- tnorcl will nice! oosnoll at Cios* ni'll toMH)rro\v ailertutnn in the final league I'.iniu' this week, FWA Releases Funds (•or Project Planning i rrn.E HOCK. AI'K.. April 21. hUP i Three Arkansas cdies lo- d.'iv h;ul received fefler.-il financial aid fin I lie preparation of clriiwHuis and siiecifiLa'.ioii.s oT puhlii; work^ projects icrtiilint; mole tliall $-ino.(IO(l. Apprrn-id of the advances was an- iiiHinced yesterday in Waslnn^toii by Mai. (ion. I'l'iilii, I!. I'leniilW, l'\ili':ai works adminisU'iitoi . A fcdcrnl allocation nf S^/ISH \vas made for a sanitary sowur .system improvement pro'irnni in To.-arkana lo cost $1()2/.!UO; u SI !!!),- (iC[I water ratpply project in Ttu- mann was ;pvi'n S.>,^r>o in federal funds; ;tml n Kjniitnl'.v .vewor .s^'stern exlensifjn jn Marked Tree costini; $108.000 was rilloltod .?S.'2SO. nocheslcr. Phil Silvers, and Mm'- jorie licytuilds. Se.viiunir Woisr.. manager of Ihe noosevfll Hotel lias olforeil nil the larililies of the hotel. Lawmaker Says He Retired to Be Free to Tell Truth N-ASHVIUJ.:. Tenn,, April n. 'LI' 1 I'.iinicr l;,. ; , Hiuiein W. hiiniiii'rs ol Texas said today Him in' hail tcliicd from public'of I leu ;;'„«';:•' iiw i(i " i " n > m »^' ^ Rimniers, who dlil not seek re- I'li'Mioi) |u,-;( year after 3.1 years in ('iiii)M'ess, explained Unit lie J'ei'.v eiuild spi-ak "unembaiTussetl <>:•' i"':iii"i!i ((insiiieruiions mid un- en.-ninl'eii'd i,.,- any caution whMi :l ' andid ir,, may ice] |, ( . must ex- er.-i-Je ia-,'.ui-.e or party afliliallotls <"' oilier u-a-;nns." I" a iiiu'Ch lo I In- Nashville Clian.'.ur ot Commerce. Simmers sniel Ilia; the federal i'overnment was tin:in:'ially "busted." -n,,. {-, t ,v- e-rnmem lie said, should he "slri|l- p. d (town to leiteral business, aiu! the ii!m'vi"_-:arv expense <tf leile- Jiil ami ^.imi 1 novelnmenis workmn ! Ll ""' •••MW Job should be elliu- ^aiiu:ei lull Ui : ' hr;, me so ociaipieil by dlltie-s, ;uu ' liu-ii lime so I'l'inviled ijy ;u liiij: as hal.- : ,on between consli- turnis and )',i>\ p enimem nueiu-ies," .'•ilnnu r. i.\ l )lanic<l. "Dull Uil'y do nnl hale lime enough lo |;ive prop' er con lidcnition u> all problems." j Pent Ceiling Decision Again Delayed PAGfe SEVBN Layman Heads Christian Church Group STUn-CURT. Ark.. April 2-1. (•UP)—I>finv presidciu of the Ar- kiinsas Convc'tillon of Clntstl in C:lmri'hcs loiluy was deoiv.e Tyler, Little licx'k businesniinin, wlv.) as niimod lit the closlnn session | ri' yeslerday. j Ho succeeds lite Rev. R. Kc.ul Halnl, |ii\stor of (he 1'irst Christ I in Church In Illylhevlllo. who presld- etl over the convention sessions iind pic.sc'nted n i-eixivt on Ihe activities iltnlni! the past your. The Rev. C. K. licrry 'of Joii".;- lioro wns nimiiM vlte-presldi'iil, and .Mrs. William Wolf 01 lie- Queen was rlci'tcd sooret:uy-lvcas- nrer. Ifoprosentinn Ihe Arkaiv.a, ni'ottp nl the international convention In )iuf!nlo. N. v., this Huuimor will be ihc llev. II. M. Hi'dlord of Hot .sprinj'.s and Joe Morrison, a SlnlUtart attorney. Others chosen to solve In v:u- ioiis caparilios Inehiileil Itev. Travis A. White c.[ l.lllle lin.-k. In slave on the board of Phillips I'm- KEYS MADE veiMly In Knid, Okla.l Mrs. Wilma'k limb Mnledon r>r I.UIln Hoek, tn ] serve on Hie anll-imrcotlcs boanl; • the Hev. U' u 'M. Sorey of Cuindun and Ihe Itev. Mr. Berry, rc-clcctcet. us mtnlsler members of Ihe Ark-j u'isiis Slnlo Doiird or Christi.in Cluucbi's; uml A. I,. Woolfolk. <>' l.lllle DiiL-k and Charles (ii)Klee pi lint f'prinns. re-named lay members of the boiird. I F.iyeltcvllle wni selected its the nmvention elly. i HEAQACHg it b«c3ut« ll'i liquid. Hi In. jro jf(CJ<3y diuolvcrj y lo \jcgin CAiing |hj ln. It alto iaolhc', netvc len- ilon duo to IU pah. Ui f onfy ndiicctctt, lOc, 30c, 60c. YEING . April l!l. l'>"MI buck to Ilie liaeikltii: clminlt- I' 1 '' llii p pMhlicalh' Uilichy que.sllon ol wlu'ihi'i- nil run ei-iiiii!:s should lie Increase'!) by h) per cent. Cnnniiil IT f.'halrninn .les:;e V. Wolenn, it , Mii-h , s nid he expee'-'ed In call Ilie i;roup toitether till:', al- leinnnn for a showdown en the rent ronliol extension bill. 'the connnlltei: recently ^iiv- U'll- lalive ii\i]iroval lo a II) pp.- edit iner''a.ve bill wa.s delnyiup. filail !lc1!l^n in Ibe hope that flopnbll- can leaders would deelele wbnl p.'liey .should be. .S'en.'tte-lli'll.'''e li-;ul''i:; -Ai'ie .sehednled lo dcclile yeslerilny bill their meeting never ni:i!erialii'.e![. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embnrass Many wearers or fnlsc teeth linvc r.ullcrcd real cmbiirrn.ssment. be- '.•:ui:ic thulr pl^te dropped, slipped or valililcd til Just Ihe \vront; Him;. I Do not Ive In fcnr of this hnppcn- Ini; tfi von. Just sprinkle n little KASTKBrif. the alkaline tnon- »rid> jx)M - dei'. on your plates. Holds fnlsc teeth move llrmly, so they fed more comfortable. Docs not *onr. C'heeks "pl.'ito ndor" (deiUiira l.rcath). Gel T-'AS'l'EKTU ut »nyl firm,' sfore. Opened nn<l Kopnir- CM|. Door Clu-i'lis or Ovor- Iin tils. For KITVU-C Dull JliMiMY "SI'KCK" 15IJOCK lit Chisum's Bike Shop isja MI>. Tidni KI. I'hone fiUli ll:ivi> yonv SIIOHS OYKDJ j I" iiKilch your pui'st! . . , i I ll.'ivi- your I'UIJ.SK PYM1)! ! In nmlfli your .shoosi. VV« | i «':in iiialt'li :uty color lual.li- [ i nr, Siii'tlo, S:ilin, Kabfit- ! |NuhiicJ(. • HALFORD'S SHOE SHOP I (Hi Sn. 2ml ORMAL Available in Yard or Carload Lots -DELIVERED- Your Cieanin With the ofCoorse. . . it's Storage • Mold Proofing eration Talking • Hah Rebuilt UDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR 320 West Main St. Blythcvillt, Ark. Phone 2612 Saturday April 26 Fitzpafrick Jewelry Store Osceola, Ark. Opposite Sterling Store Everyone Invited! FREE PRIZES! FREE GIFTS! Bring the CHILDREN In Person: Stars of and Doc Dean , Master of Ceremonies and His From 1 p.m. on Broadcast Over KLCN Blythevillo KWEM V/esi Memphis KDRS Paragould From 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Fitzpdtrick JEWELRY STORE Osceola, Ark.

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