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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, MAY 14,1049 BLYTHEVTLLE <ARK,) COURIER NEWS PAGE nvi Tempers Flare as Bucs Edge Cardinals 3-2; Giants Wallop Phillies Behind Larry Jansen By Jai-k Hand (Asscx'blert Press Spurts Writer) ($ v The Major League "rhubarb" season is in full swing with the SI laws Curds mid Pittsburgh Pirates in the star bout. Bad feeling lirst sprouted between the Corn's and Buccos the night or April 21 when Stun Rojelc was hit twice by a pitched ball, the second time, he was sidelined for over a week. Some of tile Pirates thought it NATIONAL LEAGUE W. New York Boston Cincinnati Brooklyn Philadelphia Pittsburgh St. Louis U 1* 12 12 II U 8 wasn't an accident. Last night it burst forth again when St. Louis catcher Joe Gar- aglohi behind Ihc bat in the Ho- Jck "incident," and Pittsburgh pitcher Rip Sewcll collided aflcr a near "beanitiR." Garagolia. who had hit the dirt a few seconds earlier to escape one ol Sewcll's pitches, lapped a grounder toward first l) It was the routine comeback from a hitler uho wants to even mailers \vilh a pitcher, Seven came back to cover the bag and bumped into Garagiola, sending him sprawling. Players of both learns and their managers swarmed on the field at Pittsburgh but cool heads prevailed before a punch was thrown. Umpire Jock Conlon told managers Billy Myer and Eddie Dyer he would clear both benches If order was nol restored immediately. Eddie Bockman's ninth-inning homer off Red Munger gave Pittsburgh a 3-2 ecit:e over St. Louis braking a 2-2 tie. Wally Westlakc flid Ralph Kiner accounted for tile other Pitt scores with homers It was the sixth of Hie year for Killer. The New York Giants and Boston Braves remain tied for the National League lead after the Friday the 13th activities that called for an all-night program. Larry Jansen held the Phillies to five hits while Bobby Thompson and Johnny Mlze whopped it up for a 9-1 win. Braves Edge Dodgers Thompson contributed a three- run homer and a pair of triples to the attack that shelled starter Rus Meyer in the third. Mtze also hit home run No. 5. Bobby Hoftnan came through with four hits. The Braves needed 18 hits to •hade Brooklyn. 8-5. In 10 innings, jquartng Johnny Saln's season record at 3-3. Cincinnati climbed Into third place on a Id-hit shutout by Red Lively who notched his third win by blanking Chicago, 7-0. Detroit bounced St. Louis, 7-2 ; *nd Chicago trimmed Cleveland, II- 10. in a three hour-11-mlnute slug- « " st In the only American League lion. The other four clubs were it scheduled. 47 Win Letters In Athletics At Shaw nee Pet. .609 .609 .545 .522 .•158 .458 .400 .361 AMERICAN LEAGUE New York .. Detroit Cleveland . Washington 'hicayo . . . Philadelphia tloston St. Louis ... W 16 13 10 12 12 11 9 JOINER. May 14 —Coach W. C. Rook of Shawnee High School yesterday announced Ihe names of 47 student athletes to be awarded football and bnskolball j-ickcts and letters for the 1948-49 seasons. Tlie Jist included 17 members of the Indians' football squad. 12 members of the pii'ls basketball team. 12 members of the boys basketball squad, two student managers, the Fluttent body football ouren. Miss Roberta, anc 1 her three maids. Marpnret Tin^lcy Virginia Drewry and Bobbie Shannon. To receive football Jickels: Bill Welch. Q'.ion Jeu, Mclvin Hash-It. Paul Bell, William Bell. Sonnv His- irw. Sonny Hotisaman. Oeonje <ey. Willie James. Lowell Coffman, ohnny Harrison. Eddie Adorns. Aurey Robertson, Dan Vrooman, Robert Owaltney. Billy Childers and Charles Landerdale. To receive basketball awards: Gorman Faye Deaton. Jenny Lynn imiih. Virginia Drewry, Pauline Smith, Mary Jo Ashburn. Lucy larrisoii. Mabie Housaman, Mar- ;aret Ttnsley. Eva LaRne, F.iye Dresbach. Dorothy Shannon, M-\r- Kflret Tweedy. Dan Vrooman, Willie James. George Kelly. Sonny Hin"ins, Lowell Coffman, James Baiey. Eddie Adams. Bill Welch Johnny Harrison. Sonny Housa- an and Melvtn Haskett. The two student managers to receive awards arc Pete Stacks and Shelton Harrison. SOUTHERN LEAGUE W U Atlanta H 8 New Orleans 17 10 Birmingham 13 10 Mobile 12 10 Little Rock 13 II Nashville 9 12 Chatlanooea 9 13 Memphis 7 18 Pel .127 .591 .55(1 .5110 .500 ,458 .150 .250 Pet .03(1 .630 .565 .515 .542 AW .400 .280 Game and Fish by Hirley Ptuhln, E. B. Gee, Jr., Wins Golf Crown 101!) Yesfpvclav's Results NATIONAL LEACUE New York 9. Philadelphia 1, Boston 6. Brooklyn 5 (10 Innings) Pittsburgh 3, St. Louis 2. Cincinnati 7. Chicago 0. By Crackers Blanked Pels 4-0; Vols Bow to Pebs 3-1 IB.T m« Annotated Prfs«) Atlanta was teeterin atop th Southern Association standings to day after being blanked by tlie Ne' Orleans Pelicans, 4 to 0. The los. ended the Crackers' victory- strln »t Jive straight. The Birmingham Barons too over third place by whipping th Mobile Bears, 8 to I. Some tight pitching by Al Pie chola plus perfect defense brough the Little Rock Travelers a 3- win over the Nashville Vol: Vol hurler Bill Emmerich was th loser In his first game of the season The Vols had a chance In tti last of.the ninth with the bases loaded, Floyd Fogg came to the plate, but a double play ended the game. The Memphis Chicks banged out 18 hits Bgainst five Chattanooga, hurlers to blank the Lookouts 15 to 0. AMERICAN LEAGUE ChicaKO II, Cleveland 10. Detroil 7. SI. Louis 2. tOnly games scheduled). SOU I HKKN ASSOCIATION New Orleans 4. Atlanta 0, Birmingham 9, Mobile 1. Memphis 15. Chattanooga 0. LITTLE ROCK, May 14. (fly- Fishing returns to Its number one pot on ArkuusHs' outdoor sports calendar next Mondny. All restrictions, which have been In eltfi-l the last 60 <lnys will be removed and nuglerc can go alxnit their business of ctiichliit- lish for the next '20 months In about fushion thut suits their fuiu-y. Wluit luck CHU you cxpccl ycur? The Arkansas Ciiime nnd Conunlsslon repented tntlny the siirine-suniiner tlshln« season nrnb- ubly will be one ol the best In rc- cenl yeai's. Nuiuerous runs of bass, cuts and bream hu\'c been in the popular ilshins nroiis us well as the out of the way spntx where •dent fishermen try their Hick. Arkansas' ble sis- Norlork. Nlm- iti. Cnthorlnc. Hnmllton, reek and Storm Civek l.nkes— rolMbly will nttmct most of the •ihormen on oponliiR day ol the eason. Most anpler.s \\lll be eililei rust- iK or fly fislu'ng for buss us catch- is crnpple with miniujws hns bcr remitted during the closed seusn And the fishermen imilwbly will avc plenty of luck. Omnc wurilc-ns eporl Inrge iiinnbeis of hass al nil :ic lakes. Bream. cr;ipi>le. nnd cut- sit have been seen in great iium- ers. also. Ijake Norfolk, where bass lisliini; .'as iicrmitlcd (luring Ihc ckvsnl SCH- on. has Kivcn up .sonic of the lart^- sl buss on record. ' Oneol the largest black bass taken urinK t]lc closed season wcipjird usl a few ounces under It) iioimils. Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia al New York. Brooklyn at Boston (nigtit). St. Louis at Pittsburgh. Chicago al Cincinnati. Meroney Books Mot Newcomer For Monday Nighi Swede Nelson, ft 205-pound new. comer, will make his wrestling debu here Mcdday night in the tag mate] i:i event of the American Legion' wrestling program at Ihe Memoria Auditorium. Nelson, who is billed by Promote Mike Meroney as a highly rated wrestler, will team with Tex Riley of Muleshoe. Tex., in the lag match feature. OEiposing them will be Henry Harrell and Finis Hall, a couple of old-timers. The four grapplers will pair of! in two teams in tlie main event which will extend over the 90-minute time limit, best two ot three falls route. Hall Is a holdover from last week's card. Meroney rated Nelson as a young grappler well schooled In the arts of the sport. He came to this circuit only a short time ago after having appeared in several of the South's larger cities. Included on Monday night's cards are two one-fall preliminary bouts (hat will send Nelson against Harrell In the first and Riley against Hall in the second. Sports Roundup Hush I'ullerlun, Jr. NEW YORK, May H-i,l'i- Tin Knsiern InlorcolleuliUe Qolf A.SSOI-I. itlon, which has eoncenlrnU'd on nun piny so much Hint the jilnyiTs ire nhuosl Anonymous, Is givini; lous thought to slaving a more conveiillal loni iiiinn'iil . , . Hevrral members wnnl It run like llii> NCAA tournament, with (he Icinn tlile di'rklcd In Iho qualifying rounds »nd (hen nuUch play for the In- ittvlcliuil chnii'plonshlp . . . Under Unit pliin it conlti become us lin- piiitant a.s Hie Southern InlerrnleK- lute. one (if the major RoU i-vrnis In Hint sector . . . Hut Up lii-rcu- bout.s is lo ki'i')j yuur r-yi 1 on Njn-y nevt footlnill senstui. Heport finn\ Villiinnvn. wliii-h scrlminiiBod the Mldshlinneil nt length, is: "for the (h>t hinir nnd n luilf. we hud a bi« eii«e. Afti-r that, when we i^ni down dri'Di'r Into the reserves. Navy was a lol belter." Uerby: "A suy with « bankroll b\t enough to choko ft horse went up lo n window anil bet ,011 Olyiupla. Alter the ruoe, a guy 'with u hank- roll bin enough to cliokc n horse wna still looking for OlympU. U'cak l-;ilil Null's IfrporL in WIlnilDRlon, Del., says Unley nancewlcz, ex-Nolre Dame quiutcTbark, will be Clipper Sinlth'B biickfleld coach at Uiyfiiyetle ncxl (nil. Holey nlnyetl for the Wilmington Clippers lust sinison . . . Alaska has npiillcd tur n position for Us leiidlnit semi-pro linll lenni in the Nulloniil liasebiill CoiiBrcss Toiiriin- niciit nl Wlclilln next AiiKiisl. Ob- vliiiiKly im Alnsknn teiun can't rxi fro/en out. Fort Smith LM0U* to Holrf Fly ami Catting Contest FORT SMITH, Ark., Itay 14. (*>The Izaak Walton League hert win sponsor 1U third »nnu»l fly tnd CiLsltng contest Sunday titcnMXtt. Kltfilcen prize* o( fUhlnf tqulp- mcnt donated by lo«»l meretunU, will be awarded to winners In tin meiip, womriui and Juvenile dlvUloni of Uie contest for accuracy cut* In both Ily and b«lt contest*. -i.T)— Arkansas State Wins AIC Track, Field Title LITTLE ROCK, May 14 The Arkansas State College Indians, t rending champions, rolled up an sy 69 points to take their second AIC track and field championship here last night. Rallying in the last nine erents. Arkansas State Teachers College pulled up second with 31 points. Arkansas Tech was third with 30' = followed by Hcncirix. 14. Maenolia A. and M . 11. Otiaclitta. 10. Heiidcr- son 8'= and Little Rock Junior College 2. Ifofe Livestock Show 'xtended /or One Day LITTLE ROCK, May 14. l/Ti The 1943 Arkansas Livestock Show vill run a day longer llian any lave previously. It will operate for eight, days rom Monday, Oct. 3, through Monday. Oct. 10. The final day will be reserved for cgro patrons. The board or governors of the Livestock Show Associa- lon decided on the extra day at a neeting here yesterday. AH officers, li^id. by Col. T. H. Barton of El Dorado, were reelected. Cotton Exchanges Change Time of Daily Opening NEW ORLEANS. May H -</P)— The New York and New Orleans Cotton Exchange- 1 ! will open one hour later beginning May 31. the New Orleans Exchange announced yesterday. Both exchanges will open at a.m. (CST). Closing unchanged. 1 p.m. limes remain (CST). The SAVES TRUC, EXPENSE! AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Philadelphia. Boston at Washington. Detroit at St. Louis tOuly games scheduled). SOUTHERN LEAGL'E Nighi "nines; Memphis at BU-mlughHin, Chattanooga at Mobile. Only games ficlieduled. Joiner Gridders Book 11 Games; Nov. 25 Is Open JOINER. May H—Coach W. C. Rook of tlie Shawnee High School Indians, yesterday announced HIT 11- game schedule for his 1949 grldders. Coach Rook showed only OUR oprn date on his schedule, the Thanksgiving date, but stated that he hoped lo fill It before the opening of the season next September. The Indians are slated to open their 1949 schedule Rl home Sept. against Monette and close with Thanksgiving engagement If nn opponent can be lined up. The schedule: Sept. 9—Monette here Sept. 16—Harrisburp there Sept. 23—West Memphis here Stpt. 3D Keiser here Oct. 7—Wilson here Oct. 14— Enrle there Oct. 21—Marion there Oct. 28—Luxora there Nov. 4—Lepanto there Nov. 11— Whitehaven (Tcnnl her* Nov. 18—Truman there. Nov. 25—Open The Arkansas Gnme and Fish iemmlx.slon h«s estimated that about 7.000,000 new fish will be nvnll- ilile for Latching tills year. This ISHIC includes nil (.viws of Runic fish. Mosl of the new flsli came (rnni he commission's hstcherles wlilcl :egan their stock programs on a lull time basis last summer. T. A. McAnils, OAF seneiury said the fish placed In lakes nnc streams last year will reach "pni size" this summer. This is aimthei fnclor which points lo n snccessfu 194!) iishing season. Jess Brown, one ol Hot SiuiiiBi leading sports cntlnisinst.s. hns conn up with an idcii to put Ihc s|m city on the nation's fishing innp. Not Unit Hot Springs isn't well known for its fine llshini;, bill Brown wnnts the city to publicise its outdoor sport on a nalloiml basis. Brown wants to organize a fishing rodeo for nntlonnl spoilsmen at Luke Hamilton. "We want to mako people conscious of Hoi Springs ;is a llslung paradise" as well ns n health resort, Brown said. "We want sportsmen to say Hot Springs in the snme lone «(' voice as they use when they comment about. Minnesota, Florida, or Ciui- cla," he added. lilytlu'v'lllc lllch Hrhonl's K. II (iff. Jr.. wun tlie Class A \\\y.\ scliunl indivliluu! .sluto £nU crnwn n he stnlr hti-'li st-luiol Kulf nn<l tcniils- omnKini'Uts in llltli! IJock >'c,stcr- lay. Clu- turned l,htU> Uui-k's nil inuuh l''iiil Talk C' iu ill. M over (mr for tin 1 :i(l-li(ile tdiirnu- 'lil route. This SVMS (Jrr's third try nl tiir state title and (lie lirst Itinr thiil flnislicd iitiicuiB (hi! t"|) tlirrr. He is n Junior at 111} (hi'vllle llli;li Hi'hooi, Hi'sidrs wlnntnK tin- A title Gee li'aiiK'il \\iili I'lunk \Vunner. n lllyllu'Vllle IllKh School class mull' to iiliiro .sccontl in the team compel- itlnn. ! Winner nnrt Cice imstcd :i score <if ;il)7 In the (ruin (vmi|>elillo:i. seven points behind Robert Clark n ml Don RullrdKf, ol I.lttlo Rork Tech High School who won the e.vcnl. The Class A tournnmcnl.s were held in conjunction with Ihc Die Klx events. Hilly IhiKh Iliown ol Little Rork High Si-hnnl, lust year's liiEh sclinol Indivldiiiil thnniplou, sllot n four over par, I'M. to grnp Ihc B|R Six Individual honors and then tcinned with classmate, UMdlt 1 Kendall, lo tnkc the Bin Six team championship with n score ot 27(J Tilln'l Nil S,,:,V, The Wiileiliury (Conn.) Timer!. "I tlie Clus.i H Colonial LcilKUC fin me (hey made n renl ul. I'liui-iiic ..... isle- the nllicr nlnht . 11 KIIS lulnlnn and Wiileiburv ivns Iry'nu lo stull until the mini' wmild he rulli'd liuIoiT live hinlniis fiuild be i-nluplt'tt'il . . . Alter tiiklnn nnc I'lli'h in the llfth. Lurry Ki'lrhi-r clnhnrd his hell hntt In'oken inul went to tlic bench for iTiiliirrrnnil . . . Ki'liticr took s<i inny tlint tiie innplri- nrilt-rcil liic PmiKhkfrpsir ni'rhcr to stnrt (InviwinK , . . [ju-ry louk his plniT but coillinilwl lo tirinie wltii ihe ump . . . Then the i'lHiphkocpsle fllnger died In surak over a quick plloh nl'd Kelclier belled U fur it home run . . , The >klp hoys cut even llimiuh . . . 'hr-n the Rinne tlnnlij- was i%Ued ml the Timers meed Ilirnunh the rnvnfiour (ci till' I'lilhhiillsn. tlu'J' onnd the door locked. Aggie Speedster Breaks SWC Low Hurdle Record KAYKrrKVIKLK Ark. Mny l-l- oi'v—Tcxns A. ,V M. moved finnly inlo Ibr favojJ(t'\ simt lo nipttuv the Southwest ContrroiKT truck utul Unlit tiiPi't horp tmliiy ullor iinHllfy- Inp 1^ pntrnntH. 'L'hf, A««lcs, p»rcil by HUlc 13ub Hull, \vhrv .set it iH'u* ninference innvk fof tlio 'l'2f\ yunl \ow hinxll^s, c|LiulL(tcd In UIP ten cvcnl.i Iti which prrlLinlnnrii's WITO held yc.slculuy 'Die Dullu.s flyrr \s'f».s uldt'il by » nnld wind ,spcrd. ho\vrvor, donn't flftiiro in (loli'iniinlnH cniUt'icnt'c rc'curds — hi licar-iin^ thn fonnri 1 sliUKlnrd of 't'.\ s(*coiuls fhU jii-t l*y ricd \Vnlcnlt of HJ^-r In lt):m mid Hod year by Clyde .4i'»U ol Aiktinsns. 'IVxMs <i»mUho(i I }. but RIIW It.s ))L(isjuH h ts .skhl whi'Ei lls ;UT liroiut Jumper, John Itobri tsi>n. |)nl)ed n Ir^ inusctc iitid t\nd U> v. Uhduiw. Illcc tjimlUled (en, Arkiunns ptishl. SMU MX, niiyl-u- Uiree mid TCU none. Courier News Waal Ad*. NEW ««\ Opens Week ll»j. 1:H f-m. [Matinee Saturday A Sunday at.-Siin. 1 n,m, Cent- ShowtBC Manila, Ark. .Show. KVEKV NIGHT Siltui'day 'SUNDOWN with Harry A!»o Short* KID" Read Courier News Want Ads. shorter hours wil] remain in effect through September 2. The chanee was requested by the American Collon Shippers Association. Arkansas Public Opinion Favors Farm-to-Market Roads, Builders Told SAVANNAH, Ga.. May 14. M>i Public opinion in Arknnsi.s favors secondary and farm - to-market road construction, Ihe American Road Builders Association was told here yesterday. Arkansas Highway Department Eneineer Alt E. Johnson said "our truck line syslcm is in dire need of reconstruclion and replacement." But he added that public opinion favors the secondary roads which "must be highly subsidized for botn construction and maintenance costs." Johnson said of Arkansas' 61.000 miles of public roads and streets approximately 3.6CO mlies carry 45 percent of the vehicle load. The Arkansas engineer, who Is president of the southeast sectior One of Arkansas' trademarks ii. .lie fishing business soon wi'll puss' out of existence. Jim -While River" Owen, who 'or the lust 15 years lias been ont- lltiug fluatrips in Northwest Arkansas, is about ready to throw in .he towel on his program j or u,c lower White. a Owen says that he will abandon his trips on the lower White ai the end of this summer. Construction of Bull Shoals Dam in Northwest Arkansas will prevent ira.ssngc down that section of the stream. However, Owen said he wil! continue to outni trips for the upper White and the Bulliilo Rivers. Curb-Service Beer Sales After Dark May Be Halted LITTLE ROCK, May 13. <.•!>, _ State Revenue Commissioner Dean R. Morlcy said today a regulation prohibiting curb service beer sails after dark will go into effect July 1. The commissioner indicated in a luncheon club (alk yesterday that such a regulation was under consideration. Mo'-lcy said the rcnulallon is being drawn as the result of complaints of sales of beer lo minors. Shawnee Mitmen Win 8-3 Decision Over Leachvillc JOINER. Bay U- Simwnee HtRll School boxing tram took an R-3 decision over the Leachvlllo lilKl School sqaud iti a dual meet licit here Thursday nl£ht. It was the second straight wit lot the Shawnee team over I.ei\ch villc. The meet was originally schcd illcd lor Leachvillc but was tnovei lo .Shawnee due to lack of faellll its al Lcuchvillc! Hl};h Schmil. Rest'lls: Jrenry Ifarri.son. 7fi-lbs.. Rliawnrc won over Kenny .Station. 72. Leach ville. Fred Spock, M. Sliawnre. de fealed Thomas Scoli.Bl. l.ruchville John 1). Knmtnons. Ofi. Bhawnce ricfcaled Nell .Sncllgiove, 100. rhvllle. Jark .Tonkins, 111. Rhiivvnrp. woi o\'cr Hobby Mnynard, 111. Leach I'lllr. Paul Childers. I IB. Shnivncc rlrfealrd W. A. Wilson. 11B. Lcn rhvilli!. Charles Laws. 121. I.earli ville. won over Hilly Tyler, I:M awn™ Robcil Gwaltnev, 12f Sha\vn<:e, defeated Marlin llalchc: :t. I.eachvllle. Kisner. 110. Lcachville. drfcatc nobby Speck, 123. Shawnee. Chatlo itlerd.ile. 132. .Sliuunee, dcff.' Floyd Slatton, 129. I.eachvlllc. All lirry Rol)p]-tson, M5. Sliawucn, dc Icatcii Fiill Drown. MB. Leai:hvlll Don Smitli. 112. Leachvillc. tlrfcnlr Cieorce Kelly. I1(>. Shnwnce. Read Courier Nrws Want Arts. Tommy l<'il/genild's belatc<IIy- ccclvcd report on Ihe Kentucky Saturday Owl Show "NO MINOR VICES' xlih Dana Andrcwi iinrt 1,111 Palmer Also Short* THEATER LEACHVILLE , ARKANSAS. STAKTINC. TLMB Weekiluys: 1:00 Jt 11:110 V Sutllrilay A' Sunday: I I' ^YIth Ciuitlminun Sbowl til. , Snlurday (IXX'HI.K F!;ATlIKli) 'FALSE PARADISE' with HtiyH ua lEopnlonc CHS^Icly "KILLER DILL" uilli Sin.ii I Ihviln and Anne <:wynne Serial: ".hlni;!c Cilil" Also Ciirtnon Sitlui Owl Show "THE LUCKY STIFF" • with llrliin Dnnlcv}-, l>nri}tliy (.amiillr, and Claire Trevor Slmrl Siiijjccts 1)1.. I 4-£fll Bo\ Orrlrn O|IIM» lit 1:00 .Show Kturli »i 7:.1I) SutiirtlHy "TRAIL TO LAREDO" C'hurlrs Starrrtt an Thr l>uraii|;<i Klrl Smllry llurtietle Serial: "«:iluliter !i "t "RKX * KINTV" Saturday fllidnighl Sliow Starts III:!. 1 ! |i.m. Knilily McDnivrll In "ROCKY" «llh Call Slierwiioil Aim Sliorlj Sunday and Monday 'DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS" with Lionel Birrrmor* uml Illchurd Wldmark Also Short* RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. I Saturday 'GUN RUNNER" with .llmmy W»k«l» <!urlonn ft 8erlal Snt unlay Owl Show "THEY WON'T BELIEVE ME" Wllll Rnbc mid Sudan Sniiilay X Monday 'A SOUTHERN YANKEE' with Kill Skellon, Arlene Ualil. anil Hrlan Donlevy N'eu'S, Carltwn A Short Leo Gets New Contract NEW YOTiK. May H. Ol'i LCD Duronchcr, New York Giants' manager, was Riven new two-year con- ! tract lo run through 11)51. 1 of tlie American state Highway As- ; sociatlon. nlso R.ive n resume of i road problems facing 12 southca-st- | ern slates all of which he said have suHered from lack of maintenance, and experienced personnel during war years. AMMONIUM NITRATE 1 «ill Ji.-tvn n car Jicrc next ucrk for Incut rMstrllMitiuii. ('all Paul D. Foster I'honcs .'J118 or :!I.V! Ulylliuville, Ark. Sunday & IMnnrlxy Iti:\VAKl) fur his eiipliire: lie's a s]iy for linlh shirs 1 . Iti',I Skrlton :is 'A SOUTHERN YANKEE' with llrlan Dnnlevy ami Arlene Dabl Warner News ,1- Slnirl Monday: Kliorl.s .t .Serial. <:h;i|itcr I'i at "IIIIIICK CMNTHV" Sninluy, Monday A Tuesday DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. 3U South 2nd Phone 863 .BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Seals on Sale al the Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Every Monday Monday, Mqy 16 ADULTS 5(lc — CHIl.DKKN lac New Slarling Time 8:15 Box SKATS ISc KXTKA TAG MATCH FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS ULYTHEVILLF.S ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Shun SUirt.s Wci'kil.iys 7:1)11 |i.m .iliiriliiy anil Sun<la>': C'ruiuimii showing from l:UU Siltlll'llity i KA'ii'Hi-:) 'HOPPY'S HOLIDAY" with Unii.mi linyil as )lo]);vliMie Casslily, .mil Andy Clyde "CHILD OF DIVORCE" with Mofffll. Hrcis 'I'nonicv and M.nlRi- Mcreililh Serial "Chirk Cartrr. DclccUvc" Also C.irlonn OR ANY EXCAVATION SAT. Ur SHOW AT 11 p.m. HENRY HARREL and FINIS HALL versus TEX RILEY and SWEDE NELSON S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLD6. BLYTriEVILLE ARK. "CRIMINAL COURT" wllli Torn Cnnway. .M.iilhs O'Drlscoll Scriivl: ".Trsse .lames Kiilcs Axal No. 10; Also Cartoon Sunday & Monday (DOUHLK FKATl.'Kl-:) 'DISHONORED LADY" wilh Heily l.amarr, Detinis O'Kcefe, ami .lohn i.orlcr Also 2 1-Fall 30-MinuU Matches Nelson Harrel Riley vs. Hall RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY DRS. NIES & NIES (All Types Kxecpl Canrerl C'linle 511 Main, lilylticvillc. Ark, Phrvnf Sfl'Jl 'VACATION IN RENO" with Jaek Haley, Anne Jeffreys, »nd Wall; Brown Also Cartoon anil [.ale World News ><i\ 'iiiti-, Opens at 1 Week M(hU Show Starts «i 7:30 M.itiuec S;iturdJy & Sunda; it ; p.m. "Itii contlnnom dwwlng. Saturday "FOOL'S GOLD" Hopalonfr Ca&sldy Serial: Chapter 6 of "RKX & RINTY" Saturday Midnight Show STARTS 10:45 p.m. "THE COBRA STRIKES" Sheila Ryan Also Shorts Sunday and Monday 'ON 6UR MERRY WAY" Go*Urd James Stewart Fred M»cMom>j S'eivs of the Day 4 C*ri*«i

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