The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1946 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 28, 1946
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 28, 19-1G 9th Inning Rally Saves Crackers Atlanta Registers 21st Win Out of Last 25 Gomes in Southern. By. BURNS BENNETT . llBiioJ Press Sports Writer ATLANTA, Ga., May 28. (UP)— The Atlanta Crackers still topped the Southern Association by five fall games today after defeating Habile 6 to 4 Monday night for their •Tenth straight win and their 21st triiunph out of their last 25 games. The Crackers went into the ninth Inning of the game trailing 4 to 1 hut rallied for five runs and Ihcn «t»ved off a Mobile threat in the l«st half of the Inning to take the time. Although only four games were played In the league Monday night, a total of 24 pitchers saw action before the evening was over. Pour hurlers .were employed by the Crackers and three by Mobile with Charley Bowles getting credit tor the win and Herb Anderson suffering the loss. The Chattanooga Lookouts kept within' striking distance of tlic Crackers by hammering four Little Rock pitchers for 12 hits and a 9 id'4 win. Luis Alqma, Cuban right- hander, went all the way for the Lookouts and notched his seventh win of the year against n lone loss '.,' Chicks Suffer Defeat At Memphis the Chicks scored Aye runs in the eighth inning to fake a C to 3 lead over Nashville but then the Vols came tluouRl with four runs in the top of the ninth to take the game 7 to 5. Eight pitchers were used In the game, four by. each side, with Ernie Balscr getting trie win and Jimmy McClurc being charged with the defeat. ~The loss dropped Memphis down Into fifth place, behind the New Orleans Pelicans who shutout the Birmingham Barons 4 to 0 behind the four-hit pitching of southpaw Jesse Danna. The Pels hopped on Jim Walsh arid his successor, Francis Man- h'eim for all four of their runs in the fourth inning. Dick Midkitf finished on the mound for the Bar- oiis. ..The. same scries continue today with Birmingham and New Orleans being slated for a double-header. Sluggers Circuit Boasts Of Increase in Home Run Clouts BY CAKL l.UNDQUIST 1 The only National League pitchers Untied Press S|M>rls Writer |wlth five or more wins are Vic NEW YORK, May 28. (UP)—The Lombnrdl of the Do-Jaws («-!> and American League, definitely regain- Johnny Sain of the Braves <5-3>. it's pie-war status as Ihe slug- Max Lanier had a record of C-0 bc- gcrs' circut, aLso dominates the Nat- ( fore jumping the Cardinal-; for the onal in pitching and other Impor- 1 Mexican League, but unless he remit phases of the game, a conipto- turns unexpectedly, his chances lor ncler checkup of statistics reveal- wlnnlni; 20 games will be nil. ed today. | American League pitchers also The most remarkable trend is have been more liberal applying he tremendous increase In Amerl- the while-wash brush liavin;; League homers, where exactly chalked up 27 shutouts as com- 100 more have been hit In contests pared with 11 to date for National .0 date than for the same period League hurlers. Three American Farmer Nelson" ast year. In games thus far, Amcr- can League batters have smashed 158 homers as compared with just j8 a year ago. The National League with !3(j homers, shows an increase of 11 over the 125 that hitter:; n that circuit had made up to Ills time lost season. The National League gained fame shutout. They over Ihe years as 11 pilchcrs' loop,] In hit and Leaguers. Ferris. Feller and Chandler have throe shutouts apiece, while two others, Ncwhouser ami Allen Oettel of New York, have two blankings to their credit. Only two National Leaguers, Lanier and Harry Brcclieen, both Cardinal lefties, have more than a single have two apiece. rim production, the but here, too. the American shows | American League shines brighter in edge— at least in individual pev- nil the way. American League bnls- ;ormances. men have driven in 1,017 runs ac- With the season one-font th com- j cording to latest official figures, )lcted, there are five pitchers in , while National lotals are 841. he American, League with an ex- Ruin washed out all but t«'0 cellent chance of scoring 20 or games on yesterday's program, in more victories. There are only two die American League, the White Sox won their third straight name for new manager Ted Lyons, !) to 2 over the Hrowns with a 20-hit, attack on five pitchers. The Cubs topped the. CardEnnls nl Chicago, 4 to 1, K'fty Johnny . the National. The five American League pitchers with five or more wins are Mickey Harris (7-1), and Dave T-'er- rlss (7-0) of the Red Sox, Hal Ncv- houser (7-1) of the Tigers, Spud Chandler fC-2) of the Yankees 1 Schmltz turning tmd Bob Feller (G-'l) of the Indians, pitching job. Value of Forest Given Emphasis Laney Stresses Fire Controls in Address In Oklahoma City. OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., May 2S. <UP)~Tci 1 inl«K Uic lack of organised fire control In tlic forests of the nation "sheer folly," gov- niiov lien L:\ncy yesterday called for the slates to become the cloml- jinnt forces In forest protection. .Speaking before the annual convention of Governors here, the Arkansas governor said that by "utilizing Its o\vn money and add- iiiK available federal funds and Ices paid by land owners, the state j Is the logical agency to render protective service at the lowest cost and with best results." The governor told his fellow- executives thai wood has "technologically come of age." He explain. ?<1 the many uses for wood being round in Arkansas' biggest laboratory at the Crossctt Lumber Co., •it Crossett, Ark. He listed liquid smoke, soap, chemicals, dyes, paper and plastics rts forest products Ix-'Ing produced in the state. He also described work being done In the growinj and harvesting of trees. Predicting that the production of uood can be tripled, Lancy told the governors that Arkansas pro- 'duccs 1,744,000 board feet of lumber per year, not to mention pulpwood, fuel wood, posts, pilings and crcssUcs. The state lins 1,631 wood- using plants and over (55 per cent of the labor In the state is employed in the forests and mills manufacturing wood products wortii $125,000,000 annually, lie concluded Tile first 48 hours is the most critical i>criod in the life of a baby chick, according to Dr. Lawrence Morris, imultrynian, of the University of Wyoming. In five-hit Deadline Today For Qualifying For Auto Races Baseball Standings Ky Iliiilril 1'ress Wrestling Fans Treated? to • Double Feature ; Celia Blevins, n tull-blooded Indian, was on the warpath last nlghl is she did everything but scnlp ho: opponent, Violet, vinn, In tnWm tiro consecutive tails In the worn eps' wrestling nrntAi, special nt fraction or Promoler Mike Me irpney's mat program last night at the Legion Arena. '.The wind-up bout or the evening, » tag match, round Chris Delkas and "The Hornet," masked iievv- ner, eliminating Floyd,."qld Hickj. " -Byrd and Chiuo Mine; }nl ? tfij- out of three /alTsr' 1/1 Blevms. iiev i -..v -:.v, ^ ^.llliu£ 'tt,V£-infM INDIANAPOLIS. Iwd., Mny 28. (UP) — Auloliovile racing's old uarcl presented n strong front to- ny for the 500-mile Memorial Day ncc nt the Indianapolis Speedway nn effort lo preserve n record hat, has stood since 1927. Experienced drivers have won llic asl 14 renewals of the racing world's oughcst grind. A newcomer hasn't cracked the list of Speedway wln- lers since 1027 when George Sound- fresh from the campus of I'ur- luc flashed home in front. He one or the three "freshmen" clri- r ers to win In the 29 year history of the classic. Since 1927 It lias been the vete- ans of spccdwHy duels like Lou Meyer, "Wild Bill" Cuniim»gs, Floyd Roberts, Billy Arnold and Wilbur Shaw who have grabbed the laurels and the accompanying Bold. Hectic last minute preparations i'erc made to get ears ready for today's finnl qualifying trials in :m effort to B ral] the six places remaining open In the starting Held of 33. Atlanta . ... Chattanooga . Nashville . .. New Orleans Memphis . .. Birmingham Mobile . Little Hock W. L. 31 13 25 \1 20 22 22 E flyijon Nelson, who lackles Dielc Uurlon, Hrilish Opt-n champion, in Challenge .IU:itoh, ix'hixcs IjeKvoen toiirn;i< im'nts on his farm nciir Ucnlon. Tex., on tractor equipped with t hydraulic *c-;jl. Pet. .VO!) .i)i)5 .ST1 .537 .52-1 .3(i [i .350 .333 NATIONAL In the list of XI drivers who already have woii starting berths, there are 15 who competed In 1011, the last, year : ln which the race vas lieltl. . LKAGUE W. L.'Pet. 2:1 ID 20 18 .. . . If) 14 iG ir> .r>iu .-IBS All .4-11! .250 It) 1C 13 ;l Brooklyn , St. I.OW. 1 ; .. Cincinnati . Chicago . . lioston . .. New York . PitUhnri'.h . Philadelphia AMliUICAN LEAGUE W. I Doslon 29 New York 23 Washington 19 Detroit in Cleveland Iti St. Louis 1C Chicago .G97 .tiOB .r,n Philadelphia . .. Yesterday's Results KOIJTIIUKN LEAGUE New Orleans -!, Birmingham 0. Atlanta G, Mobile 0. Chattanooga 9, Little Rock 4. Nashville 7, Memphis 0. AMI51MCAN I.KACIIE Chicago at St. Louis, night earns. Washington nl New York, mUi, Detroit at Cleveland, ruin. Only games. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 4, St. Louts 1. New York at Brooklyn, rain. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, rain. Only games. Today's Games SOUTUKKN LEAGUE Night games: Nashville at Memphis. ClmUuuooga at Little Rock. Atlanta at Mobile. Ulnnlnglinin nl New Orleans. AMERICAN I.EAGUt; Chicago nt St. Lonis, nii^lit. Washington at New York, night. Detroit at Cleveland. Philadelphia at Boston. NATIONAL LEAGIJK New York nt FJrooklyn, night, lio.ston nt Philadelphia, night. Cincinnati nt Pittsburgh, night. St. Louis at Chicago. WARNING OKDKIt ! 11 the Cliuuccry .C'uiirt, Cliicka- suwba District, .Misslssimii County, Arkansas. Alvln Lane Plaintltr, vs. No. 9002 Jamie T. Fox Defendant. The defendant, Jamie T. Fox. is icreby warned to appear, within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Alvin Lane. Dated this 20 day of Mny, 1940. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. By Frelda Bright, 13. C. Buck & Sudbuiy, Ally, for Pltf. 5I21-28-CI4-I1 Read Courier News Want Ads. DC YOU LIKE TGHSH? Then wiinc by and see the. new bail yard where we st-H only qtiailily bail, Ask' your friend. *' C. R. COLLINS 51 J Chickasawba 666 o<rt» AT OHCf to i»i;*v»**ious«. FMHC8SSHCEH.O.. 666 For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Saijdy Loam and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. K. M. I.nrkin Ilulen Holmes CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Cost* So Little" Week Kays: Shirts at 7:30 p. in. with Tuesday 15111)1)Y NIGHT I5c to All "HEY ROOKIE" ISob Evans and Amu; Miller Also Short Wednesday & Thursday DOUBLE FEATURE "Louisiana Kayridc" ^k'itli itoss Hunter an<l Jad>- (.,'aiiuva ~ : | "They Live in Fear" ivilh Put Tarrisli anil Olto Kruefjr Also Sliurts Pet. .7(i3 .GOE .511) .514 .4« .•132 .294 .250 BROCKTON, Muss. (UP)—Woman's friend is her dog, ac- ^•ording to Mrs: Jcanettc MneDon- nld or Brockton, whose pet brought home n brown paper package cciii- tnlnlng n pair of nylon stockings. Radio Service TV *»»«• Refrigerator Service Fred Lawler ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY, Inc. J. \V. Adams, Mgr. Phone 2011 20C-08 W. Main Washer, Ironer and Gas Engine Service , Philip Frel Vacuum Cleaners, Pans, Iron* and Small Appliances Repaired. '' a bye, Sewlnq baskef / fevelyh: ' • three lolls, women's ed back briskly WAIINJNG OUDKK In Hie Chancery t'nurl, Chicka _. sa-w^a Iliatri(jl, Mississippi County, : NO:',BC09 James - Henry,. LangdOTiv. .pcfcn.d.aiH. - . ", 1 Wrle;'.-':'«'6|bjiTlarit•;,James"•<• ./.Henry !!?4 LaKgdp'n'iShereijy warned't*o<a'pniiar irst . .wifhiri^'tinrty /.days, ili', tlie:;, ; coiiri imrilert' m nhe •' caption'.herfe'of^ant answer the complaint of" *' "'' taken in fcbdy pin. '.The 90-mimJfe time limit, best two. out of three falls, tag match •went the full three rounds with Byrd and Ming taking the first alter 25 minutes of rough and fancy hold-swapping. "Pull off that Mask" was the cry as the masked "Hornet" and his partner Chris Belkas slammed their way to victory by taking the, last two falls in. 35 minutes. . ated this 27 day of Mny, 1010. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. O. Pnrtlow, Ally, fur Plf. 5;28-li;4-n-18 Help Dud Cason Legion Post welcome', veterans of World War II back to Blytheville by attending Wednesday afternoon's home coining events at Fairgrounds Park. Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service Calls a Year $1) Repairs to Electric Appli • ances Fully Guaranteed BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO (Where ConrUsy is Not a Memory IK E, Main St. Phone 361 If it's Hones, the value is stitched in to stay HftHES TAILORED SHORTS are made lor a man's comiort. Extra care in all Hones sewing saves many mending minutes. Men appreciate the generous tailoring no skimping of clolh. You'll be thcur Bi6derot«. pnce&.. Your Time Is Valuable .. . Our Service Is QUICK! Call 2611 • for Rood Service Anywhere • Tires Repaired—any Kind. • Batteries Charged—Quick or Slow • Washing and Greasing • All STANDARD PRODUCTS • Mechanical Repairs. MARR'S AUTO SERVICE YOU KNOW WHERE They're Safer, Tougher, longer Wearing AT REGULAR PRICE THOROBREDS with a war-proved Dayton *Ray- tex Fortified Cord body give you a" safer, cooler running, tougher tire. And Thorobrcds are dated ... so you can be positive you are buying tires with 'Raytex Fortified Cord and the latest rubber compounds.- That's why more and more motorists look for the date on Thorobreds to know they are buying the latest, therefore, the best. •As of April 15, 1G46,~»11 Dayton Tires in sizes G.25/ G.50-16 and up arc mailc with liaytcx. Dayton processed rayon cord, at regular prices,, _MAKE A t)A7E WITH DAYTON At J THE HtNES FIG-LEAF BRIEF provides gentle, athletic •up- port. Conveniently placed fly. Team il up with a highly absorbent Hanes Undershirt. THE NAMES FIG-LEAF SUIT is designed in one piece to give athletio support and -waistline damiort. Get fitted in your correct trunk size—measured horn shoulder through crotch and tack again. P. H. Hane« Knitting Co., Winsloa-Salem. N. C, New Theaten Manila's Finest Shows EVKUY NIGHT Matinee Saturday <t Sunday Ktix Opens V/cCk I Jays 7:00 Sat.-Sun. 1 ii .in. C'onl. Showing "Comfortably Cool" Tuesday —BARGAIN NIGHT— "CATMAN OF PARIS" with C';lrl Ksmoncl VI,l)S SEK1AL AN'l) COMEllY Allmlssion llh; ami li Wednesday & Thursday 'HER KIND OF MAN" vilh Xnchary Scott and Janis I'ajc. 'I RITZ THEATRE \ Manila, Ark. Box office opens at 7:M; Picture starts at 7:15. Tuesday ;. "Johnnie Doesn't Live * Here Anymore" , •\vith Kimimc Simon, James Ellison*. and Win. Terry ALSO NLWS anil SHOUTS ',i Wcdncsilay & Thursday § "Swing Parade of 1946" fe| ilh Gale Storm and Vtiil It and the Three Stooges \Lsi> l*araiiloiint Occu|}:itiun it T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Mnia 3.1 ?,5 -the National Underwear R€PAtR know the old saying about "an ounce of prevention. ..." Well, you can guard against costly breakdowns by changing the filter element in your tractor every time the oil is changed. 4 Next time you are in town, take home a carton of / three filters so you'll have tkem handy when you, need them, DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY BlythevilU, Ark. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICE Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED TUESDAY PAL NITE Easy to Look At| Gloria ,Ic:i«, Kirhy Grant, 111 ami Hie Helta ISliytlim llox&l" Serial: "I'ilC Monster and the Apc"l Also Shorts Wednesday & Thursday 'San Fernando Valley' Roy KoRcrs, Halo Kvnns News of the Day Also Shorts

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