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MONDAY, MAY 12 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS PAGK ?IV« Mobile Wins Two From N. Orleans Cracks Also Advance In League Standings In Southern Loop ATLANTA, da., May 11. (UP) — 'Hie.Southern Association's "Dixie "oflKjt 1 —the Mobile Hniirs—clani- herctl*fflto second ]>lace today with llic Atlanta Crackers close behind and both clubs look lo:ii; si i ides toward overhanlinj; the NRW Oilcans Pelicans for the league lead. Allanla ncrsonally look a uvo- eamc bite out of the Pelicans' lewd by blasting the Birds twice SnnOiiy in their own park, 3 to 1 ami 3 lo 2. Mobile walloped Birinlmghum 12 to 1 in a .single game In mul^o into second place half a game, ahead of Atlanta and five giime.s back ol New Orleans. While this was taking place, Ihe early season contender and prc- M'usoii pennant clioiec. the chatla- iiuoiia Lookouts. tumulrc! ail the way from second to founh due to an unexpected double drubbing nl the hands of Memphis, f> to 'i "mid 2 lo 1. Nashville won its npcnc-r from Liuje Hock 9 to 5 but the Travelers look the nightcap fi to 3. leaving the two clubs si-mis cjiio well down in the second division. Atlanta «ot .superb pitching and some more of Charley Trippi's sn\- saiiniiitl hitthis; lo .icon; a dotibk victory in the opening of the important series at New Orleans. Tiipp clouted three doubles and i;i:i foiii hits for six trips in the i/.vo gc.mr-s raisin;; )n's average lo a routing .: IVI Ilurlcrs "Slopped" Lefty Forrest Thompson, ace the Atlanta staff, notched his Tourt! victory of the season by liohiini, the Birds to five hits in the ojicne aiu'AOi'nrgc Uiehl won his firs k'aa*e"on another five-lm job ia lln "'y'^'ffL'- At the same time Inc. vie lory streaks of two New Orlenn pitchers Jesse Dann'a an:i Toi Sunkel—were stopped. They snt fered their initial losses oftlie sea son. The Mobile Hears, whose ro.sk Now There Are Three ! Little isoek Memphis . I Birmingham Nashville BASEBALL STANDINGS SfMJTllKHN 1,KA(1IJK W, I,. 21 7 1C 12 16 12 15 13 12 n in tr> II 17 State Income Tax Returns Must Be I^Filcd Promptly 1'ct 9 1(1 MO AMERICAN claffiness boys, loafed to ; easy victory over Birmingham. H tiler Mntncy and Bill Maiipin puncl LKACIUI: W. L. .... H 7 13 « 11 I) U 9 11 1V> 8 101 1) H NATIONAL Pet. .057 (il'j ,579 AM .473 .441 3D1 .280 Pel. MTTI.H IIOC'K. Ark., May 12. (U1M—IJeudlliic I'or illlim stale Income tax relurns is T'hm'stlay, ttc- venue Commissioner oilio A. Cook Mild loilay. Ctiok .siiUI Hint dae lo (lie new Income lax luw which ;sns approved by the recent suili Clem-nil Assembly, It wiis Impossible al I his lime to MiVe Ihe standlni; ot coMeclluns In Ihe slate. With the Brooklyn Dodgers bringing up rifiht-liaiul pitcher Ed Cliamller from tile niinois, the inajois Ime liner Cl> indlcis cqu ilh iti ptiSLd in t! L t\\ i I i^uis ndl i ilKliont llm 1 eft (o right ate: LU; Happy, tue Imsoball cumnnssujnuL-, ami Spud, llnj Yankees' venerable Junler. Two /Mo/or League Castof/s Come Back in Blaze of Glory NEW YOflK. May 12. (UP)— Nine by yenr.s ago in the Juno twilight ;ti btitroit's Britjys Stndiiiin, n lictn-L-l broken young man in a business suit stood on the pitching inontul, his back to home pliiie, looking out at the empty bleachers. 'AH he hud left that day war, the tiiL'iitory of n brief but meteoric pitching career and a one-way ticLi- ci to Beaimumt, Tex. No \vom]; j r there were lumps in ix thou.sand tl»'<"its when ih it picture of Lyn- MtACiUK W. I,. rj 7 9 7 II U 8 1 11 10 B 12 11-1 Yesterday's Results smmiiiitN M:U;IIK Memphis r>-2, Clm'.umouHii 2-1. Nushulle 8-3. Little lio;-k fi-H. AtlilHta H-3. New Ollelins 1-2. Mobile 12, Hh'iniiuihum 1. State College Rific Team Wins 4th in 5-Stntc Meet .lONtfSMOHO. Ark.. May I.'—The rllle tenin of Ihg Urserve Olllci'i ; 'i'nilnln^ Corp* unll nl Aikausas (yiatu College here has won lourlli place In I In. l>\nirlli Army title mutch coverhin live slates, Hlaie faced stiff compeliilou irom colleges representing Arkansas, Okla- hiima, Toxns, New Mexico ;ind Louisiana. scorhiK Kjili) points out "f possible 20yo. The Oklahoma was fhsl. °(irt-Timc Employment Sought for Boy Scouts To nlil in Liu..chliii; mi oiim'(-y- nenl service Ic fin'l part-time Jobs for uoy K.-oul-s thrcuiih which may earn money to pay !r.r imifoinis mid camp f(e.-;, tfcont leader:; of Korlh Mississippi Cfiim- ly today ir<|'.UMt"J 'ill IjiiMtK^H and iiieichant.; t.f Ih •:; an: 1 . \\ have openings for MU'h j'i!>s tu coulacL l lu> Jjlvtl'cvilli; C'lianiljci of C'onunerre. lyi-.K'Ml. service pliti: ,'.!. i m''i!tlnj( :h^ i! No-.-;li Mlst.lsjlpp U'l Seoul ComTiiKice > f'H'l thai worli.ni. "y lor siicn aclivillc: clKiU'ctcr-innlcl S1)01 ' U |ra|!cs He ' s a " oltl E«y now hi ball way at 35. but they a base- still call I wnVcis' ed out home runs lo help' Hoy Boles J him the Schoolboy and because' ,,,,,„ hang up his victory on nil eight-1 there was courage in that heavy hit job. * I heart he is back on top of the The much-maligned Memphis i baseball heap along with another "elderly" fellow Emii (Dutch) Leonard, his 37-year-old pitching team nate with the Philadelphia Phils. Today they arc the lop two nurlci's in Ihe major leagues—these [•leaking castotfs who came to the Phillies" for the waiver price and who have won five games apiece to account for 10 of their team's 11 victories. Yesterday, for the third straight Sunday, they pitched the Phils to a twin win. but the triumphs were rdl the more sweet this time for they were against their ex-team mates, the Brooklyn Dnd^crs. wha.n Gene Hermansiii, who hit two homcir. to brlns in nil of Brooklyn's runs, '[he bald 1'i^ht liaiuU-r, who came to Ihe I'hils trom Washington, also beat the Dodgers relief last Friday, lie was helped to victory by Del Knnis. who drove in lour run* with a honu'r and double. Utuvi' Hits Ilnmcr. t':o Itowe. who also hit a homer, \\'ent out with a slut neck in the Iitth but but Ken Heintzelman. making his first appearance sime cninin^ [Yom the Pirates held Brooklyn to one hit Use rest f >r the way, a homer by Bruce pitching staff found it.,ell at Chattanooga and Ihe result was tv.'o close victories for the Chife over 1 the Lookouts. Two newcomers to this Memphis staff, Joe Deinoian and Don Hanski, notched the mound triumphs with four ana five-hit pitchiiu; respectively. Little Rock's sluggers liked the short fences in Nashville in the opener as rosy Ben C.inU'tll slapped out two homers and Ken Seals hit one, bnt Nashville wor. the ball game. Rube Walker hit ins sixth homer for the winners. In the nightcap, Ojt Lindquist stopped the Vols on six ISits as Little Rock oveneJ accounts for the day. D:;c Greene hit a homer for Nashville. ave up .seven blows, be Cub-", took over first place by hcatin;,' Ihe Reds. (! to '3 and to 3 at Cincinnati with late rallies. In (lie o;:encr. rookie Uoyle Lade held Ihe Reds to six hits, three by Grady nation, and missed a siiulou: because of Ray Mueller's three-: tin homer. Catcher Bol S;heffi:m drove in four runs will ilaj. Veteran Si Johnson was the M'tmul (j.niKj winner and misse'd a shutout because Wilhird Marshall hit a three-run homer. The Cards beat the pirates. 10 to ?.. in ID innings at Pittsburgh but had lo settle for a 3 lo :i He in the st'Ven-innhitf second yame when pitcher Ken Burkmul blew a 3 lo 0 lead. Hank Groenberg and Clyde KUill/, hit first game houuivs for lite Piralcs, while Ron Nort|icy u°t one in Uie opener and Marty Marion one in the second came for SI. Louis. Tifjcrj; l>rab White Sox The Timers look a game and a half leatl in the •American by drubbing Ihe White Sox. 10 to 0 and C to 1 at Chicago with Dlluy Trcfl and Virgil Trucks pitching three- hit Raines. Pat Mllllin kept up his holid hitting with three safe blows in each ^ame including a second gnme homer. Hoot Ever.s also hom- ered for Detroit in the second ^aine while George iKell cot one in the opener. The Indians ran up the lii(,'liest total nl the champaign when they crushed (he Browns. 1G lo 1 on 1U hits at St. Louis with Joe Gordon netting two homers and pal Scerey and Ken Keltner one each. Bob NATIONAL LKAfHIK New Yurk II -II. lioston 1-11. I'liiliidelphiii 115. llrooklyn :!-•!. St. I.'Hiis 10-3. I'lllsbiii'uh O i.secoiui name called end sevenlh. SnndLiy law). Chicago fi-l, Cincinnati 3-3. AMl'RK'AN I.KAR1IR Phihidi'lphia •!-!. \VashillKlon 0-JI. Ueliolt IfWi. Chicatfo fl-l. Clcvi'land Ui. St. Louis 1. ISoslcn II, New York 7. Today's Games '1'he w:v; adopted week of llii Connly Dlslrl Scout li'Liilen lo earn mone enhanre- Ih aspect of Ihe y-'nit pruKvam. i-'C'.ut i-'lcld [•:•«>-i.live Hil I.'it rick cspliiliifil llr.ii ju'os for Seoul .should he of u pai'.-tlme. •hoiI term nature 10 ilrn. 11 wil' !,:•[ !>. tcrfere with their Kf.hoclh;^ mu \s'il| t;lve othe 1 ' Hcoti's a chnnce to work aflor OPI- ha.s earned HJ|- licli'iil inoii' 1 .'. 1 to cover his i x- pcnsc.s. i Revenue Dcpt. Mails Liquor Store /ppJic«t;ons I.ITTI,!': UCCK, Ark.. May 1'i Dies on Sidewalk ; ^ >• HOT SPRINGS, 'Ark., MaJJ'lJ UP) Funeral services are being >!anued here toduy for Jack Hugo iloat:, ufeottL 10,. v/ho \va$ ,fdun^| 'lead on a Hob Springs; sltUwalk .I'sicrday. Coroner "Foster Jarrell •.nld Ihe man apparently died of i heart attack. Elr-ctrlc fans raise the tempera^ litre of a room, not lower It. ,< i UP i—Thc stale revenue dcpartr, im in has mailed out, appllcatlon| for renewal 01 3,000 whiskey, bear and wine licenses In Arkansas. I They should be returned to the dcpiiilmem before the June I deadr line. Uovuiiuc comfntwilonor Olhd A. Cook announced. i Cook said that while tlic dead* Hue (or new licences actually 14 •Inly I, II will take the department .it Irast a month to process the 511 whiskey permits, 1.003 beer Per-i mils and 5Q[) wine licenses. ! Mcinphis al Challanooga. Little Hock at Nashville. lAllinit.i a I Ne wOrleans. Ulrminijhain at Mobile. NATIONAL •Boston lit Uiuoklyn. (Only (tamo scheduled.) AMKUH'AN MiAOTH! Phihidi'lphla til Washington. New York at lUoston. lOnly Dailies scheduled). Fox Hunters to Meet in;<le and triple fur Chicago. | nillinger got an eiBhth inning hom- The Cubs scored twice in the nin'J) innings of the second uamc to vie the scorn at ?> all, then went on to win in the l~lh on n single by Den Jhonson and a double by Len Mednllo. Eddie Lukon (jot a second- game Cincinnati homer. Rc'.iel [lilcher Bob Chipman war, the vic- ioi'v. Tiie Braves held second ahead ot ,ers by splitting with the t New York. The Giants for the Newcomer in Golf Gets Off to Excellent Start HOUSTON, Tex., May 12. ilJPi Bobby Locke, golf champion South Africa, touted by Sam Sncad I as a coming great ol the p,ruj ; c. niiide his booster !OOK yood .is a prophet today to those who watched. ' him win the $10,000 Flouston Open yesterday with an ll-under-par 277. Locke shot yeslerday's 18 luilcs in a three-ltndcr-par G9, secoiu!-beil : card of Ihe day. Skip Alexander. . Lexington. N. C.. had u (i». bu', was good only for eighth place with ;i 287 total. Second place in the tournament went lo Ellsworth Vines of Los An- irck's and John Palmer: Badin. N. C.. lied at 282. Vines look 7.1 on Ihe final holes and Palmer a 71. ol s" Charley Embrcc Bro\vns in tlie eighth. •A .six-run first inning Boston olf to an H lo 7 over the visiting Yankees, who fought uphill the rest of the way Ijnt couldn't quite make the grade.' Hubby Doerr's three run homer war, Ihe bii! blow in the first in- ninir. The fA's and Senators traded al , Washington, Dob Savage pitching won the opener, 8 to 1. as Montia Philadelphia to a 4 to 0 opening Kennedy ga\ e up live hits while victory while Hob -Masteron retaliated to give the Nats a 2 lo 1 tri- uni|:h in the afterpiece. Eddie Joost game for rhil- BKNTONV1LLK, Ark., May 12 I UP) —A two-day hunt, and bencl show will be held near Slloan Springs May in and 20 by Ih Northwest Arkansas -Fox Hunter Association. Dallas Mosier of Lowell, presl dent of Ihe association, announce' . , .,' the show will be held at the Bap victory' tlst Assembly Grounds. Hounds wl be entered In Ihe show mill race the first »iiy. liiey knocked out of first place with { the Dod 7 to 3 and 5 to 4 decisions. t'Eiants Tlie biggest crowd in shibe Park history, 40,952, turned out to sen' them lick the Dodgers yesterday. ! Boston lock the second game. 11 to Leonard, who spent his first four 3. oil the strength of a seven-run bis league seasons with the Do.1- hurst in the fifth in wnich Rookie hit. homers in each gers, held them to seven hits in Ear] Torgcson hit a three-run horn- adelphia. the opener and was troubled only r-r. Bob Elliott got give hits for the | Yesterday's Slar—Pal, the Tigers who got six hits tnclm ing a homer ill a double victoi over the White Sox to become lending bailer in the majors with a .'141 mark. Mullin of UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY S E K V1 N G T II U O U G H B C 1 K N C K Former U. S. 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Won't you help, and help yourself? .Soft, p;itn<:inn for On- new hvirf l stylos—superbly ccl wlib ihn nrw Killing "Vii|nn" 313 North Second Phone 3302 TSI ic uetsy noss SPINET You owe it to your y<mii{i OIICA |<t Atnrl lliclr musical I'lJnrnlLoii now [ Time WUH ubeil chililn'ti \S'ITC marital on u "prao- (irf! iiiiiritr' . . . T«Mljiy ilie I.eaier Hcisy Hoss S|iiiu!i \\l\\ lid|i them , filiirl rii;li( cm<l srrve ns die lininlicil iiimiriiLii's fnvorilc as \»'<:ll ., , for Kulny, utiil fur yearn Ui coint- ' - -Sfc ilic AVii' Hfisy Husx Spinctf , r i rAi/Kur'/i'lv ftrtiim'tt finishes Ordir Youri Now ... Convenlnnl T«rm* H you prcfvr ADAMS APPLIANCE C^ .1. W. ADAMS, Mltr. '<!OS West Main I'lionc 2 With the Greatest Sale o! Farm and Home Values in JIM BROWN History! Here Are a Few of iho Amazing Values frhat Will Be On Sate! $3.95 2-SL1CE ELECTRIC TOASTERS 98c $5.95 DUMAL ELECTRIC IRONS - 98c $34.95 ABC DINETTE SETS 19.95 $21.80 4-Drawer Dresser M t rhor 9.88 SAYINGS LIKE THIS CAMT BE BEAU..- rvvwn* BLYTHEVILLE, ARK.

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