The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1947 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 19-17 BIATHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PACE SBVBH EichSoftballers Defeat Druggists Smokehouse Team Wins Nightcap from Charley's Elec'mctans Tom Don-is, pitcher for the Loy Eich Chevrolet Co., soflball 'tram, '"'•Ikjji: O'-mis Urug store nine to iiii'oe^Riis ;,n<l four runs while l"s teiiinmaies were pounding Ted I'islier, hiirler lor the drug sales- |ii''n for five hits and eight runs 'n tiie first game of the city softball League at Walker Park last niHhl thnt orfleinlly opened Hie 19-11 soliball season here. In the .second game Sam John's Smokehouse team defeated Char'«'>"s Klcclric 13 to 0 in what prov- *'u to be n comply of errors. Highlighting the lid-lifting fame v.a s a triple play by tiie Loy Eicli ieam, which '.vns probably ihe first <>ue thai ever occurcd in niythe- ville. 'I'iic triple play came in the second inning :1 fler Taylor, Owens' >i't lielder walked, and Fisher beat "in an Infield hit, advancing Taylor to third. Simpson, Owens' first baseman, wlio was al ihe plal.'. ''it a lly to short left field, with Beillu-rick making i)i e catch tu Man thi> three-way out lierlhel:k P'-KHed home to cut off Ihe run but Taylor held third. Fisher, thinking Taylor had tried to score, broke for third. Seeing Fisher break for third, Taylor mac)e a break for home but was lagged out by the catcher, who then threw to Glenn Bunch, Loy Eich second baseman, to get Fisher who had attempted to return to second. -Marion Griflin. Loy Eich catcher, led his team's lilUiiie attack with a mile in the third und a home run A^ the seventh with none on. Fishc-^Jlecl the Owen's team with two singles. Sam John's .Smokehouse team combined nine nils wilh is errors in (heir 13 to 9 rout of the Charley Electric nine h; Ihe nightcap. \V. Fitzhugh, Johns hiirler. hek'l Ihe electricians to five hits but five errors committed by hi* teammates proved costly allowing four runs Dili Hawkins. Charley's Electric hurler, starle^i the same off in good form but after two innings ) e Johns' nine solved his curve bal ami showery him with a deluge o] hits. Bill Wixson. shortstop of the victors, led his team in hitting Setting three hits in five trips scored five runs, Frank Mnthemia, Charley's Electric calcher, led his team at bat. slugging out a iifth inning tiinc with two mates aboard. Thursday night's games will find Ark-Mo Power meeting Phillips Motor Co, and Saliba Wholesale playing Hays Store. What Next, Babe? BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN HAGUE W. li. PCt ARABS New Orleans Atlanta Mobile Little Hock Memphis . .. Nashville . 19 4 14 9 11 12 11 12 10 H 10 15 7 13 ,S5'^ 1 13 .361) .OW .478 .417 .400 Cunliiiuril ;rum v»te I. Womcns amateur golf champion Mrs. Babe Zaharias. recent winner of Woniens NorlJi ami South golf championship, IE-JL-S her liand af putting a trollor tlnouuli his paces al North Carolina's Piiu'huist Race Track. NATIONAL Ilrcmklvn ChUngo NVw York St. Luuis . AMERICAN Turfdom's Four Horsemen Lined Up for Preakness Race BAITIMCHE. May 7. (UP)—The the derby, Arearo said he still be- preaknc.ss stakes shaped up licvt'ti Phalanx was the best three' yenr-old in the nation. Cllie;v,'o . . Dctiuit . .. Cleveland . Boston . .New York. . WashiiiHlon . .St. Louois . iladi-lphla W. I, 10 3 9 « !) (i 8 G H 1) II 10 5 8 3 12 Pet. .709 .GO I) to swin bloc ol shues >, Tiie hold e UN's bltjticsl single s tlip Latin American tin- committee ri-as'li- Ihur A. Hood ni Chicago, editor and vice president ol the trade Journal, "Auicricnn Lumberman'; Martin V, C^iftey, .suks ninniM'er of the Phlllji Carey Miinufiicliirlin! Company ol Middleton, O. and John Brown, distriel sales manager of tl'.e Nalioual Gvpsuni O;nn- IKiny of Dallas, Tex. WAHNINO OKDKIt thirty days In the court.named In In llu- Chancery Court, (Jhlilia- the caption hereof »nd answer VSs" -••••• District, Mlssls.'.lwl I'oun- complaint, of the plaintiff laaite. (y, Arkansas. Louise Cl. Collcy Plaintiff, vs. No. 10,041 . HolJi'i I Collcy l>len',lanl. The defendant Robert Culley Is hereby warned to apptr.: within a. Collcy. Dated this 22 day of April, 1947 HARVEY MORRIS; By Betty Smith, D. C. Virgil Greene, Attorney for Pltf, -." 1J23-30-5J6-13 result \\.is :i the Ami'iu-;ui .(iOO de'uale in Hie Vn "LIIII-I U'jiis Artlvr liefi'lseraled us well as prcs- l Sillies' usually stronp. sl "' iH '" " M "* wi " '"' '^^^ <">' ruin American voles Ml ! ! '' l ' sunl( ' eommerrlul llyinn, .since Aiueiitan \ou.s w[|]u)>1( „„,,,„. ,) :issI . n i;.M's would be healed to :iCU decrees !•'. al I40J m;>)!, nnd «50 decrees al 2000 ni]:h. W. 10 (1 .'2M1 Pot. (1 10 5 10 Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN MiAdUK Meir.jmis 7, Hirminghum 5. New Gtle:ms !», Nashville 4. Little Reek •). Atlanta I. Mobile 8. Chattanooga 2. Loday as a battle of the "lour horsemen" or the jockeys <.vho rode Jet pilot, Phalanx. Faultless, and On Trust to the first four positions in the Kentucky Derby. They were four of the best mount men in the business ami all were assigned to ride again on the horses they steered through the nnul at Louisville last Saturday. Because of their superiority over the rest of the derby field and bc- nonc of the eligible preakness horses who did nol go at Churchill Down.s looms as a challenging threat, it was expected that the betting would favor (hem in the field of 13 lo 15 which probably will go to the post at old 1'imlico Saturday. Jet Pilot, with lanky Brie Gnerin aboard, slill wa-sn'l considered loo favorably the railbirds despite hi<; post to finish-line triumph in the mile and a quai'lcr derby. Gtierin, who gave Jet pilot a smart ride. was assigned lo ride the chestnut colt again Saturday by Trainer Tom Smith of the Maine Chance .stables- Eddie Arcnro, who missed i chance Tor his fourth derby win- ler by losing out on Phalanx in i photo finish with Jet Pilot, will vide again for the C. V. Whitney stable and is expected to make his bid for the lend a lillle more tmiek- ly Ilien he did at Louisville. After Metallurgical science has found :i wi'-v to inject oxygen nto steel furnaces and speed purification by making possible 40 to 60 per cer.c out| about J>^lf. 'bus on tm:-«*;e k £f 4 in out|x:f. I'niclicul. Uuv'-cosl, all- sleel huSMEn^s. Husy In cicct; will nol sag. warp tn rot. Permanent, fire- .ile construction. Call tud.iy for full details. '*:} uniirr BUILDING HUH • StSttl . OFFICE SUMMER CAM? • STORAGE I001SHOP • MANUFACTURING HOME Faultless, pride of the Calumet stable, will lie ridden nualn by (lin-int; Doug Hudson, and On Trust, Ihe West CJoast entry by the K. O. Slice stable will have veteran Johnny Lonj^dcn aboard. Longtlen said that after the derby that "no one will beat this horse in the Preakness." Maryland Jockey Club % officlnl<i estimated the field of 12 lo 15 starters, upsetting predicllons that Saturday's renewal would break 1 Ihe record number of 18 enlries hi 102! The field dwindled when Liberty Hond. a derby horse, was withdrawn, orcentrec stables decided not to enter Blue I3order, and four olher enables Kave disappointing performances yesterday in the SV 500 mile and a sixteenth survivor stakes, considered n \varmup for the preakness Blue Border, considered one of the stronger contenders, was withdrawn by trainer John Gaver. \vh said the second son of Bimelcch had j missed loo many workouts In New York because of rain and subsequent, sloppy (tnuk conditions. The only certain starters for the Preakness appeared to be Jet Pilot Phalanx. Faultless, On Trust. Cosmic, Bomb. Bullet Proof. Bisko- laler. nnd Double Jay from the derby, and KiiiK Bay and Milyme. XAT10NAI, I.lvAGUE Cincinnati II. New York (i. •Urcuklyn 1, St. Ix)uis fi. Chicago 3. Philadelphia 2. •Huston 6, Pittsburgh 0. AMI3KICAN LEAGUE Delroiul 3. New York 2. Uostim 8. St. Louis 5. Philadelphia 3, Chicago 0. Only games. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at Atlanta, night, Little Rock at Birmingham. Nashville al Mobile. Chattanooga at New Orleans. AMERICAN I.EAGOT New York at Cleveland. Washington at Detroit. Boston al Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis, night NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati at Now York. St. Louis al Brooklyn: Chicago at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at Boston, night. Neslerday nnd the M to 19 defenl (or allempt to rcslrlul Political Committee to puivh tiie composition and In- slruclir.ns df H 1( . (act-finding body. The tV.it-[ln<tiiij> committee's ln- strnciioii',, which doubtless will lie Ihe cause of lout: debate, were considered vermin to make the commission: \ 1. Oet-rmim 1 as accurately as .K->3'P»s>.ible the present stale of affairs .BIB '" 1'ulesliuc. the decree of Zionist .63S seinimeii; aiuoiiR the Jews there ,521) "nd I lip linn, feelinns ot Ihe aver- 503 ^ liy Arab. .50o' 2. Examine the way Dritnin has .^175 admini-'U i rt i <l it s Palesliiur inundate .3'JU nnd consider Ihe advisability ol [ lertniiKUiiH! it. :i FXiuiiiiii. ;\ll sunuesllons made so .tar tor an Independent Pales- line- »ihe Arabs demand for an Ar.ih-dnmiiuu'd slate; the Jews' plea lor a Jewish slate wilh unrestricted iminii'.ralion; nnd Ibi 1 many iuni:osals for pni'llllon. I Tn Cimslder Ti usiiH-slllp | Kliuly ir.e posslblllly of illak- P.ili'*!ine a UN 'trusteeship irea. with Hritain as solo truslee. It I'uuld l.v "slratcclc." or slmiile rnste"slii}>. I S. ICxamine I be possibility ol convcilim: Piilesliue inlo n "UN State" likr Ihe free territory ol Trieste, cither llirnugli Securlly Council control or a UN truslce- slii|) wilb n iiroup of slalcs as Irnstces. 0 Determine how peace and security can best, be matnt'.unyil in the Holy Land. This would mean cliKRinil 'into the ticklish tiuesllon of what mililnry, political nnd economic burdens Ihe bij; power", would have lo s'.-.tmlder there. 7. Discover the minimum terms acceptable to all parties in Ihe dispute •llntnin. the Jews and Arabs priinardy: Ihe United Stales nnd Russia secondarily. a. nu-esiisaie tl'.e displaced persons camp; of Europe, where there are some CQU.COri Jews. Many of Iliem wanl lo no lo Palestine nnd thus have iniiit up some of th pressure [or a speedy Palestine set tlenient. \VAUNlN<i OHDIlll III tlir fli.uiciiy ('unit. Chleka- Kuwbii District, ,\lissis:<;|i|ii County, Arkatisus. Willlum Cl. Ol[>son Plalnlltt. vs. No. 10.0111 l-Vnncos fiipson IVfendaul. The deftMidunl I'miioos Oiiison Is hereby wurned lo npiieur v.'llliln thirty days in lite cum: mimed In the cuptlon hereof and answer the complain! of (he pliilntilf \Vlllli>in Cl. CJIpson. Hilled this 'J2 day of April. I!! 17 HARVKY MOUiilS, Clerk lly llelly flnillli, I) C. Vlriill CiiTcni', Atty. for Phi. Lumber Dealers Of State Meet En Little Rock of Arkiuisus are f-'iiLlu'i'Inu In \M- Ue lUirk totlny for the opPiiinK session ol n t\vo-dny convention ol Arkansas LmnLc'i' Dealers Association. Hoy Wctizlick, author HIM! 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