The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1944 · Page 8
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''fAGE EIGHT BLrtTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUN1D 13, 1944 'Allen, Mo/one Are Winners In Mat Bouts Ttie v.«rfert nine-match record of Staff Sergeant Chris D elk as came to an abrupt ending last night. Roy (Egghead) Allen, the brilliant bald kicking star, hung the first defeat on the Bljtheulle Air Field wrestling instrucloi by taking the second and thiid falls of their'hard fought battle feature of Promoter M\J>.e Meioney's weekly wrestling show. "Irish Eddie" Malone, the 225- .pound smiling Irishman, proved too . lough • aiid versatile for "Rough Red" Roberts as he swept through two falls after dropping the first in the program Hnale. Apparently . cm the downgrade and reeling on the verge of defeat, Allen made a gallant comeback to down Belkas in a cleverly tough! scientific duel.that rivals any ever Staged 1n the local legion arena. With the score in falls standing at on e apiece and the deciding mutch hanging' oil .the..'balance, Chris ' made one serious mistake and it cost hlm : the match, his initial ; loss over the' three-fall route since Joining the local 'post. Enrt Comes Suddenly It happened so quickly that Hie partisan crowd was fell somewhat Stunned by (he sudden turn of events. Yet, the fans were quick to recover and accord the victor 8 big hand, despite the f^t lint their favorite, was on the losing end. , Squaring off for the final lountl (he already sibling action began to burn with fury as the clever speedsters sought an opening in the others defense. Deltas, because of his youth and apparent superior physical strength, had held an upper hand most of the way. But the cajy Allen was not to be underestimated. , After. battling on even terms without an advantage on cither Dixie's Doin' It The Dodgers' floundering around the second division is no fault of Dixie Walker, who is leading hit- lers with a .425 average. (-,._ DOPE BUCKET BY 1. P. FB1END IKTS SAME DISH When Carl Ganskc was returned o the States after more than a car of lough, hard sledding in the Aleutians and frozen North, he l>a<] 'Islons of at least a little rest. . . And "little" really was the word o'r It. . . The "Jeep" spent a hort furlough with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. O. C. Ganskc, 1020 Dhickasawba, then headed to the jeabccs' Camp Parks, Calif., and mmcdlatelv Into the full swing of hlngs. . . Carl. Electrician's Mate, 2-3, admits, however, llml the type of training Is definitely different rom the work that was done in he Arctic region, and much of it s right down his "alley", especially the tours on the firing range and instruction with the Browning automatic rifle. . . A dyed-ln-lhe- and tennis." Bob sakl he had seen Lieut L. O. (Little Pete) Thompson a couple of times since arriving In England Inn the transportation and pass situation makes It a little difficult for them to gel together. . . His address Is: IJeut. J. E. Rccdcr, Co. E, 118th Inf., APO 873, P. M., NYC) "Little Pete's address is: Lieut. L. O. Thompsoon Jr., Rec. Co. 983 T. V. lin.. AI'O 230. PM, NYC. . . Carson L. Alley, who Joined the Sealjecs while employed at the local post office, and immediately placed in the postal service upon re|»rtlng to Port Huenemc, Calif., had been advanced In rating. . . Tie no longer Is attached to the Scabces. June 1 lie was transferred to the Fleet Navy as a Navy Mall Clerk with a Specialist ral- wool-sportsinan, especially at hunt- ing. . . He Is In the money order ing and fishing, not to mention and registry division. He said baseball, Softball, tennis, football, I to tell Earl Buckley, local M.O. et., til., Carl reports that he has clerk, that he cashed one of his qualified for "sharpshooter" on the new Carbine—all at rapid fire. . . "This is pretty fnlr, being second to expert rating. Just back from a week of maneuvers In the mountains. . . Walked 15 miles up lo camp place with full pack and rifle. . . Stayed on the side of a mountain til 1600 feet In Ml. Diablo State Park for a week. Had sham battles all over the side of the mountain.. . . Some pretty rough places... . On Saturday we went to the peak of Mt. Diablo at 3850 foot elevation. . . Walked back side, Bclkns suddenly stole some of Allen's thunder by landing a couple of resounding kicks to the chest. Quick to seize the opportunity, Chris moved In Tor (lie kill. He flipped Allen thrice. But on the attempted' fourth try he neglected to circle Allen's always dangerous feet. Ana that slight error proved fatal. Allen suddenly spun on his bottom and til re w both feet squarely , Into Chris' solar plexus. Tlie blow not only ' floored tlie soldier, but knocked the wind out ot him, making it comparatively easy for Allen to crawl auoard with a body pin that scaled the match. Belkas Takes First Working alternately on Allen's legs and arms, Belkas carried the attack to his foe and took the opening fall In 15 minutes. Three face locks: and neck twists, operated much on the order of popping the neck, foollowcd by a half- Jack knife and mean Nelson turned the trick. A fall out of the ring helped Allen to even the match. During some a lick on the head that obviously rattled him. As he slowly regained the ring Allen was waiting, for him —with both feet. Three kangaroo kicks kayoed him for the fall In only four minutes. In sharp contrast lo the clever, first mutch, the Malonc- to Parks on Sunday." . Carl carelessly told of giving a pint of blood to the hospital. "Noth- Roberts was ! a typ'lcal bar-room Mrs.^R. battle, a vicious, brutal scrap that "ng"an/ln 5 a'statc ofVppVovccl up- ^f^f" 0 ing to it", he added. His address is: C. M. Gnnske, EM 2-c USNR. 22nd U.S.N. Const. Ball., Camp Parks, Calif). PI.ENTV OF SPOUTS Lieut. Robert Rccder, son of :noucy orders yesterday (June 0) . . .' "I am always watching for mail in that direction", he adds. . . . Ills address is: C, L. Alley, Navy Malt Clerk, IP (M) 3-c, USNB, Port Ilucncmc. Calif. MOVES CI.OSKIl HOME The "Wimp" is moving closer to Senators Hand Failing Yanks Another Defeat By United Press The fast-slipping New York Yankees have taken another beating. The Washington Senators served them a 4 to 3 defeat In an 11-in- uing game under nrcUglita at Washington. The loss dropped the Yanks Into sixth place In the American League. The Chicago White Sox, Hi rough no effort of their own, moved Into a third place tie with the Tigers. And the Indians arc on the fifth rung. The Senators took the lead In the first inning, a precarious one-run lead, The Yanks tied the score In the fourth. John Nlggeling — who went the distance for the Senators hurling six-hit hall—held the New Yorkers scoreless through the ninth Inning. But they broke through In the 10th frame am scored twice. The Senators ralliet for two In the last half of the 10th, and then Juke Powell pusher in the winning marker for Wash liigton In the llth stanza. The Cleveland Indians fount row Detroit hurlcrs for only elgh safeties, bill they bunched then in the fourth Inning for five runs The tribe launched Its offensiv against starter Johnny Corsica On the Sidelines BY JOHN II. Hi:i.rOitI> I United i'rcss Correspondent 'LITTLE ROCK, June 13. <UD— Arkansas fishermen have been cry- ng their eyes out since the fish season got muter way three weeks ago. High water and non-biting fish seem to be the causes for most kicks. Hut a report from a dycd-ln-lhc wool line swinger from Batcsville Drlngs the other side of the fishing situation, Seems this particular fisherman is catching the fish i he want-sand then some. Takes him only about four hours to catch the limit. The Informant says that Lock and Dam No. 1, about a mile south of Batcsville on the White river, is truly a "fisherman's paradise." It's one of those spots where a fellow can do practically any kind of fishing his heart desires — and have success at it. At present, white bass black bass, and crapplc are the prln cip.il fish being caught In the lake Good strings of yellow and channe cat, jack salmon, perch and brean arc also l>cihg caught. Favors Live ISait And this particular hook and roc field doesn't believe in artificial bait and continued against rookie Dob He uses live bail altogether and home. "Lieut. John P. (Wimpy) Burns cards that he is being transferred to Fort Knox, Ky., Co. C, 071st T. D. Dn., from Camp Swift, Russell Parr, Jr., Is an former Ark-Mo Power employee Texas. officer candidate at Ft. Knox. There should be a threesome Bly- tlieville reunion at Pensacola, Fla., In case It hasn'l already happened. . . . Ens. Bill Harrison, son of Judge and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, ml Ens. Jerry Cohen, son of Mr. nd Mrs, S. J. Cohen, are there. . . And so is A-C J. W. (popcyc) ,'lcNell, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McNeil. ... He is in Class 2 B Flight Brigade, Bronsou _ Field, Room 202, NATO, boys. Gillcsplc.'Eri Kllernan who pitched for the Indians In the winning I fourth inning was credited '.with G ' lo 5 win. : The St. Louis game at Chicago was called off In the third inning by rain. The New York Gianl.s walloped Hie Brooklyn Dodgers 15 to 9 in the only National League game played. Mel Ott and Phil Wcinlraub each that the biffed and banged each other for three rough falls with Malone holding a slim 'edge. Kolicrls Gets Koiigli Roberts, ace mcanle and a hard package to handle because of his tactics thai challenge even the most liberal referee. He roughed'up Ma- "Baseball every intl softball. . . Uu to now, I have confined my efforts to volley ball lone and came up board for Ihc first Dack • Into the front row of customers. After a half dozen such a- tacks, followed by hooking Malonc's head In the twisted ropes, the official declared Roberts disqualified and awarded the fall to Irish. The final was a slugfest of the first order. But Mnlone proved just a liltlc too powerful and hands with his fists and body. He cagily turned a fist tlirowiug session Into a flying tackle that caught Rob erts completely off guard and pin ned him before he could rccovei _ . . Red was so stunned that he didn' the ropes arid fell'to the floor In'was kicked out of the ring. Each j even attempt, to Bulldoze cither th deadlock. Though on top when time as: lie attempted to rcenter 1 olficlal or his conqueror. And tha they .hit .the floor, Belkas received' Roberts rushed him and kicked him I was some thing 1 ' "with a surf fall after ll inlnuteti of the roughest milling seen here. Warned earlier by repealed fouls, Roberts failed to heed these exhortations from Referee Meroney and his enthusiasm got him into trouble In the next fall. Climaxing fast-action the boys rolled, through a mixup near the ropes, Malone Person- lo Lutyc McCormick, Box 51. Ca- rulVicrsvlllc, Mo. — Caul. Calvin doody is stationed at the Abilene, Texas, Army Air Field, nnd can be reached al this address. . . Mrs. C. W. Ramey called the other night to get the address of Lieut. Howard G. Frlsby, Jr., who, as reported In the "Bucket", Is station- id at the Island of Corsica. . . So Is her son, Gordon A. Ramey. . . Howard and Gordon are very close friends. . . "They practically grew up on our tennis court", she added. Restricts Axis Nationals MEXICO CITY (UP)—Germans and Japanese living in the Federal district have been forbidden to leave this region excepting under special permission of the Mexican government. The ministry , of the interior said the restriction order was to control the movement of Axis nationals as a wartime precautionary measure. Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Memphis 2fi 17 Atlanta 25 1H Little Rock 25 19 Birmingham 23 20 Knoxville 21 20 Nashville '20 22 Chattanooga 15 25 New Orleans 15 29 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L: '. 2B 23 22 25 St. Louis .. Boston . .. Detroit . Chicago . Cleveland New York 22 Philadelphia. 22 Washington 23 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. St. Louis 32 15 25 10 23 25 22 20 23 24 26 Pittsburgh . Cincinnati . • 25 New York Brooklyn . Boston 22 Philadelphia 18 Chicago 16 Pet .GO 5 .581 .508 .53f .512 .476 .315 .34 Pet .54! .52 .50 .50 .40 .48 .47 .46 PC .68 .56 22 23 26 20 *43 2C 26 itches all the fish he wants. Whal's Ba "J?' line—all legal size. They kept only lie largest ones In order not to take norc than the law allows. And then i friend spent less than four hours MI the dam—and came home with i nice striiiK of bass. The fish av- Tngcd nearly two pounds each. The waters arc evidently well- stocked with fish, for the reporter says that he has seen as many as COO fish of all types caught at the dam In one day'sTislilng. Moreover, fishing continues good it Ihc dam throughout the summer months. But Lock and Dam No. 1 isn't the only crackerjack fishing spot around Batesville. Good strings are Dcing caught at Rocky bayon, Dota creek, Ramsey slough, Wolf bayou, nuddcll's creek and Salado creek. It looks as If plenty of Arkansas fishermen are missing a good bet by not dropping their lines in the wa- lers around Batesville. The report on lishing iu that area is tlie best Ibis column has had yet. Seeds Gets A'rounil Manager Bob Seeds of the Lillle Rock Travelers is the perfect example of a versatile baseball player. He is nothing short of a one man baseball squad. The veteran often confuses score keepers by playing several positions during a single game. He can plaj six or seven spols on the dlamoiu —all with ease. In a game with Atlanta recently versatile Bob managed the lean opened nt short-stop, was the win nliig pilcher in relief—and woum up • in right field, All in a singl' illcd In as relief pitcher. Bill Dickey, who spent 16 years .s a regular catcher with the New York Yankees, Is at Fort Schuyler, N I. Y., for Indoctrination and tcin- wrary physical tralnin'g duty. The ''1-year-old diamond veteran 'was worn into the Naval Reserve al Memphis June 3 as a lieulenant. Dickey, who played with the Trav- •>lers in 1925, 1926 and 1028, did not return to the game this season, but •emaincd at his Little Rock home vilh his wife and 10-year-olrtc daughter. .~' Blythevillc Army Air Field has cn- ered the second Mid-South Service baseball tournament, which is to be played at Memphis June 30, July 1 and 2. ... District Ranger William P. Dale of Paris has leased the : Mount Magazine cabins for o|>cra- lion this summer. But you have to.' bring your own groceries, towels, Iwd r linens, pillows, blankets and ice. . . Frog-gigging is ill full swing—and plenty of big frogs are reported throughout the state. OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT Sales and Service HARRISON AUTO FARTS CO. 517 W. Ash Phone 2552 ore, a fisherman doesn't have to orry about bringing his own bail hen he trots over lo "Fisherman's aradise." According to available formation, all one has to do is to o out on the apron o! the dam- here the water is some six inches eep—and dip up with his hands all ic minnows he needs. And despite lie abundance of minnows, the fish trike as soon as the fisherman has aited his rod and reel, fly rod or ank pole. Backing up his claims concerning xccllent fishing in the White river am, the Batesvilte fisherman loll! low his father and another man ::u:ght 40 white bass in two hourt :ontributed two homers to tin Jiant cause. Weintraub made it ; good days work, batting in fiv uns. The Brooks tossed in five hurl ••.is, but the Giants knocked then out o fthe box almost as fast a they came in. Young Bill Voisclle got credit lo the win, although he had to ca on Ace Adams for help in the sev enlh frame. | Drop Everything for this flmazirtg Way! Doa't worry If crillnarr mclli t llOIILP. Ull! ftl Mll:! 1 [VOllO- TO". SC, " . !>)• DOGTOUS luUuactlreljr nl mitril Tlic. ton .t Minor Clinic, lie amazcU Ewv Q[!1C your pile t'aln, ilcli, Eon'nesa arc rol1cv<Ml. fit $1.00 Inlic Tliwaton ,t Minor's Itretnl Olir liiciit Irwlaj-. Or set Uic easy- fort [>!'!)• TJiorr Ion & Minor lleclal Suji|«™l<»»". vain .1 [<• cents more. Trj DOCTl'OltS 1 war TOIM1 At all good druj stores overywhc —in Blytlieville, at Kirby Dru When the season opened, Seeds as playing third base. Two clays ter he switched to his regular potion in center field. He followed ils up with 10 days on first base, lien he went to short ami later to .glit field. And in between times, he Spring and Summer T U N t' - U P Save Gasoline . . . Save Tires. Get All-round Better Performance I T-1. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer Parti 4 Surlee 111 W. Alh Phon. 2122 // You Wish to Sell Your GOVT. LOAN COTTON See LOY WELCH Over Palace Cafe Ulytucvillc, Ark. Telephone 2471 WELDING! if Acetylene Welding * Electric Welding * Cold Welding Best Equipment—Best Machinists—Best Work Delta Implements, Inc. RATIONING came over on The •..Y-.>tr-r They Rationed Everything The Pilgrims knew they were ill-preparal for one of the crudest winters that resolute men, women and children ever had to face. Foreseeing (rials that would challenge their endurance, they treasured their scanty store of food and rationed every helping. But,when aSpring and Summer of strenuous labor rewarded them with an abundant harvest, the Pilgrims were grateful— but not alone for food. They felt they were well on their way toward an established home in a new world, bright with freedom, security and a promising future for their children. America's goal has never changed. And for such a goal rationing is a small price to contribute. "Food Fights For Freedom", * * * In addition to supplying the armed forces with glider and bomber fueo- lageframes,wingparls,Bunturrelparlsand foodstuffs, Anheuser-Buseh produces materials which go into the manufacture of: Uubbcr • Aluminum • Munitions • Medicines • li Complex Vilamins • Hospital Diets-Baby Foods-Bread and other-Bakery products •Vitamin-fortified cattle fecda • Batteries • Paper • Soap and textiles—to namo a few, What ration point! bring to our tablet tot/ay would have teemed likt banquet* 10 • gcucrationi oj our Jorc- Jathcrs—but you bai't Htiftii'eiscr, too, lo malt sitn/>le wartime mcab fasti teller. AUCTION SALE Friday, June 16th, 1944 EVERYTHING ON THE FARM! 36 HEAD OF WHITE FACE CATTLE John Deere Tractor on rubber, John Deere Corn and Cotton Planter, John Deere Cultivator Attachment, John Deere Flat Bottom Breaking Plow,Tractor Double Disc Harrow,!.H.CTractor Corregat- ed Double Roller, 2 Wagons, 1 Farm Trailer on rubber. Walking Cultivator, 2-row and 1-row John Deere Corn and Cotton Planters, John Deere Breaking Plow, Doublti Shovel, Single Shovel, 1-horse Turning Plows/ 1-horse harrows, Drag Harrows. 1 Allis-Chalmers Combine Post Hole Diggers, Pond Scoop, Plow Gear, Cross Cut Saw, Hand Saw, Wrenches. 2 GOOD MULES Also 80 acres Crop in field Clear of Rent Inspect everything on the farm—Everything goes includng a small amount of corn. : -. ... HE U S Budweiser AINT LOUIS -Located 1 Mile South of Manila on Gravel Road- American United Life Insurance (o. 1 George 0. Yates, Manager Leo Swift, Auctioneer BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS

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