The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 4, 1949 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1949 BLYTH1TVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWft Top Hurlers Vie In Game Tonight Motormen's E. Jones Will Toe Slab Against Phillips' Tom Ivey Two of (he City Softball League's ti.T) tmrlcivi. Ei-win Jones of Die Btytliovillc Motor Company Motormen ami Tom Ivey of the Phillips Motoi Fordmen. will match lasses at Walker Park tonight as the Pord- jnen and Motormen square of! In a red-Hot Ixitllc for second place. Tills game is expected to develop into one of the hottest duels of the season with the accent on sterling pltclnnn HJD the two icaius stage thrrir final shtnvdosvn of the senson. A levctipc- atmosphere \vi]l also smTO'.iml the outing as Ivey will be Kpekjns to revenge the 4-0 defeat his only or.o o( the season, linnded him by Jones in the two teams' first meeting. Tn that contest, Jones luiileJ a no-hitter and Ivey gave up hut one safe blow. However, yesterday's rains may linn; the final say-so ir. (he all important contest 'Die l.'JS inches of mm that fell late yesterday, left The Wa kei' Pavk diamond a sea of mud and much stni.shine will be needed today before the game can IK played. The Fordmen-Mctcrinen tilt will constitute the first-hall of a double-header tonight with the Jaycecs am! Owens Di-up tangling in the -f?ond lame at 0:30. In this contest Harvey Dolris of :he Jaycecs is slated to oppose Billy Hayncs of the Druggists. The outcome of this game will have liUle or no eflcct on the league standings A victory for the Fordmen to- nlaht wonW put tliem '.n lirst place wliile a less would throw them into » f.vo-\\iiv tie with the Motormcn for second place. I'AGE SEVEN Probe Continues in Death Of Prison Farm Convict OUTLOOK Continued from Page 1. excelled opportunity lo keep In touch with business thought lu all parts of the nation and lo get a bearing on Its general direction. Business psychology has been given a leading role In administration analyses of the cause ol the economic downturn that has been in progress since last fall. The official making the observation wouldn't permit identification, but he ticked off some of the "combination of 'actors" he said had '"orked to effect a comparatively quick shift away from pessimism in business sentiment. The surprise appearance of orders for an increased quantity of goods, necessitating in turn the increasing of production by irany concerns that had curtailed output earlier. Tax Policy a Factor President Truman's announcement against more taxes, confirming the no-tax expectation generated previously by Congress. Also, easy credit [wlicies and the inla- tionary effects of deficit financing by Government. Confidence catching hold from the firm recent climb of the stock market as "buyers came to the conclusion they (stocks) were bargains" and should be bought before their nrices went up. Nevertheless the official did not siiy .hat the "changed altitude" would necessarily reverse the downtrend 'n business, although he was sure it would be a strong force in so doing if it persists. Traditionally, as his remarks implied, when businessmen think business is going lo get worse—leaving them stuck with high cost goods In a period of decline—they order less from manufacturers, causing the latter t° cut production and lay off workers. Coll^i} Art Going to Rome LEOPOLDV1LLE. Belgian Congo <AP> — Artists and sightseers io next year's Christian Art Exhibition in Rome will have the opportunity of examining some of the ' , latest B?lgian Congo native art The LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 4. M>I-A cmital ,.„. , oj tl , p cxhibilipn Mrond autopsy hasn't shed any fOQm m|1 fef> e|llire , y , m , lis i, ed with ll^hl on the death of Richard A. Chft, 30. at the Pulaski County Pri- aon Farm last week. The autopsy was conducted last ni^ht lit Hot Springs, where Chtt's relatives requested his body be sent. Afterward Dr. D. C. Lee said he wouldn't express an opinion on cause of death until after a microscopic study of body tissues, an examination requiring several weeks. He said the fact the body had been embalmed and the week's lapse from the time of death made immediate determination or the cause 1m possible. Clift died July 27. He was serving out a fine for drunkenness at the prison farm. On the day of his death Supt. W. T. Morgan had given him .seven lashes for reported refusal to \vork. but Dr. Ho%vard A. Dishongh, Pulaski County coroner, said heat exhaustion, and not the lashing, caused death. Morgan later resigned. The Pulaski County grand jury la to consider the case tomorrow. ely : works OE art from the colony. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Til., Aug. 4. (tf-i— (USDAl— Hogs 1000: market steady to 25 lower than Wednesday's average; bulk good and choice 130-250 Ibs 22.75-23.00; top 53 25 !or few loads; 260-280 Ibs 2200-75; heavier weights very scarce: 180-190 Ibs '22.50-75; 140170 Ibs 20.50-22.25: 100-130 Ibs acarce: odd lots I8.50-'J0.23; good sows 400 Ibs down 17.50-19.00; few 19.23: heavier weights 14.00-17.25; most stags 11.00-13.50. CaUle noo; calves 1200: sonic good steers steady around 25.00-26.S5; heifers and mixed yearlings also steady; good 24.00-26.00; common and medium 17.00-23.00; cows and bulls unchanged; comtnou and medium cows 14.50-16.00; odd head good 17.00 and above; canncrs and cutters 11.00-14.50; medium and good bulls 17.00-18.25: cutter and common bulls 14.50-16.00; vcalers steady to 1.00 higher; good and choice 24.00-23.00; common and medium 18.00-23.00. 'SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER Dial 4261 Box Office Opens at 7:0 Show Starts at 7:30 Last lime Today 'CHRISTMAS EVE" George Raft George. Brent Randolph Scott Also Shorts N E W HO* Open.- Week Llijs 1:1X1 pjn Matinee Saturday tft Sunday ut--Sun I p.m Cant Showini Manila, Ark. Shows tVERV NIGHT [.ast Time Today 'JOHN LOVES MARY' with R<inal4 Kenyan and Jack Carson Also Shorts GUS THE THINKER —Hc- neath a shady sonibrcio. (-.us Lcsncvich docs same heavy cogitating at Summit, N.J., where the former litsM-noavy weight champion is training fu- his 15-rouncl match with E//.:m Charles at Yankee Stadmn Aug. 10. The contest is for Hi National Boxing Association version of, the heavy crowi MILITARY Continued from P»g« 1. n the next leg of their 10-day ilr our of Europe. The U.S. leaders—Mmy Chief of Staff Gen. Or.nr Bradley, Navy Chief of Operations Adm. Louts Ocnfeld and Air Force Chief Gen. loyt S. Vandenberg — canforred uth their British opposite num- •"i-s at length yesterday. After the closely-guarded confer•ice, Deufeld said the military or- tnlzallon of the Atlantic pact na- lons might be set up before the «*nd of the year." He said there had been "considerable progress" diirln» the British' 'iierlcan meeting. Visitors Meet Knjlind's Kint The American, arnisn. Danish 'lid Norwegian military leaders all met King George VI at Buckingham Palace lust night for a "friendly, informal lalk." The Danes flew here Tuesdjy, the Norwegians irHved jesterday. Lieut. Gen. Ole Ber*. Norwegian chief of staff, said at Northolt Airport his group was interested In: 1. Cooperation under the Allan- tic pact. 2. Exchange of Ideas on military training. Although very little has sifted out of the conference* which the U.S. staff chiefs hai'e held with European leaders. It Is known the talks have "entered on the type and size of forces considered necessary to keep the pence In Europe and the extent of financial and military aid needed. Most of tlie aid would have to come from the United States, with Britain helping out to ft lesser extent. While the t 'Its are not directly tied to the »1,450,000.000 foreign arms aid urogrim before the US. congress, they will provide Infor- notion as to how much money will b« needed to brtnt the Atlantic pact military organization Inlo ei- istence. Archtologltti Study Belgian Congo Statue LKOPOLDVILLE. Belgian Congo —W'l—A tniall terracotta sculpture about ten Inches high Is pur.zling archaeologists In Leopoldvllle. The statuette is of a woman's bust and has a tightly knotted necklace around the neck and miskllke ornament over the ejes and forhead It was found by a Dutch Catholic mtsslonary about 13 feet below present groi'nd level In the Lemba Valley outside Leopoldvllle. Natives attribute It to a legendary tribe "Balball" who were supposed to have lived In that area. —••»• =^ RITZ 'THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today "LEAVE IT TO HENRY" with Kaymnml W.illi'.uu ami Walter Caililt News and Short Friday & Saturday "TRAIL'S END" wllh Johnny ?M:u-k HIIPWII CarUum anU Serial Day or Night Call 981 Bfythcville RED TOP CAB CO. BLVTHEVIULES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE, Siii)» Starts Wrekdas* V.tW p.m Saturda> and Sunday: Continuvar shnu-hig frnm 1 :tHI p.m. Friday 'The Rim of the Canyon" »ilh Gene Aiitrr Also Shorl& Last Time Today (DOUBLE FKATUKE) "NEWS HOUNDS" witli Leo Gorcey and The Bowery Says "Northwest Outpost" with Nelson Kdtly and llona Masscy Serial: "G-Men Never Forget" Chapter 8 Also Short Fridav * Salurdav IDOUBLE FEATURE) "Thunder Mountain" with Tim Holt "Riverboat Rhythm" with Leon Errol Serial: "Son of Die Guardsman" Chapter 10 Also Carioun Presenting DAIRY QUEEN THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Bui Office Opens at 7 Week Nights Shotr SUrls at 7:30 Matinee Saturday & Sunday at 2 p.m. with continuous showing Saturday "OUTLAWS OF PINE RIDGE" with Don Birry Also Shorts Last Hine Today "HIGH FURY" >Iatfeleinr. Carroll ]an Hunter Friday & Saturday "Badlands of Dakota" Robert Stack Ann Rulherfnrri Serial: Chapter B nf "SON OF THE GUARDSMAN" 1 Miles North of Box Office Opens at 6:15 Show SUrU 7:3* Thursday & Friday "TARZAN'S MAGIC FOUNTAIN" with Lei Barker Brenrta ,loyc« Also Monkey-Shine CheU Saturday 'STRAWBERRY ROAN' with Ciene Aulry and Gloria Henrj Also Shorts GRAIN STORAGE BINS Insure Yourself of support prices on your Soybeans, Corn, Wleat and other Grains. Our Bins ar« Government Approved, GOT- ernmenl Financed, 5 year* to pay For Full Particulars—Call or Come In. BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. Blytheville, Ark. Phones 856-857 the original fresh frozen treat is now in Blytheville GET THE CONE WITH THE CURL ON TOP Yes. you'll enjoy its luscious, fresh fro/cn, whole milk goodness with sweet cream added. Conic In :tml try a Dairy Queen cone today. . , brin^ liiinic ;i quart for the whole family to enjoy. They'll'love ;t stnuliic made with Dairy Queen and topped with one of these delicious syrups .si raw-berry, chocolate, pineapple, or walnut. Our clean, white slnrc- is just south of the Delta Cafe on South Highway 111. DAIRY QUEEN South Hi way 61 Next to the Delta Cafe Open Doily 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Owntd and Operated by •lak« «, Isabella Polly

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