The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1946 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 19, 1946
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1<M6 Roads Advisory Group Gets Data Pay-os-You-Go Plan Wins Fovor Among State Commirteemen BLYTHEVii.LE (AUK.) cdURIKR NEWS June American League Leaders Hit Slump Oh Western Road Trip LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. <U1'>—Ciov. lien Lancy's ficlvisory committee today record as favoring a "pay-as-you- go" program of providing from S10,OOU.OM) lo $12.000,00(1 additional money annually for highway construction over a 10-year pefiou. Tlie proposal was part of r> 7- point report made to (lie committee yesterday by Units Hurley ol El Dorado, tliriirman of the sub cointnittce on ways and means, Iliirli-y also injected into tuc meetiiiK tin; possibility that necdec' highway construction funds ran IK raised "without additionul tuxes." mid said Iliat studies now Ut-uiR made lead him to Unit conclusion. "It is (he hope of this sub-committee to be nblo :it a inline <iace lo present n definiln proposal on •Hits subject," Hurley said. In iavorini; the barrelhead program" various corn mitlce members openly opposed n constitutional ame'ximenL 'JCIP.B eireiilaied at present which calls for isiiin-; SISO.DOO.OOO in bonds to finance an ovcr-a!! revamping o: the .State's highways. I'l'lu- sub-committee, in :;.s repovi. ma<ie four other recommendations: I. A more equitable system ol di.stribuiiou or construction funds in the building of si Lite highway.*. It recommended. that, approxi- HY CARl. LUNUQUIKT United Itfss Spoils \Vrlter NEW YORK. June 1'J. iui'>— Th c Boston Heel Sox were muty to t'.iki' issue today wllli Uic uilvlce nl Hornec Grcclcy, who went clown in history he .said "Oo west young man, go west." The west us far us these young slaiilng lutrlcr. comlm: up with a brilliant, four-hit lei' to beat Mia Phils 7 lo 1 al Philadelphia. Ttusli, \ilio had won four names In relief appi'iiiiUK'cs. also touched off tne wlunini! four-run nilly in the seventh inninii wilh a sini'le HfU'i' iie anil Al Jurlsich bait diu-llod score- lessly until then. Uy wiunini;. (lie •d wilhin four Annies ot Nashville Vols Suffer Reverses Team Tackles League Leaders After Bowing To Humble Barons i ,„.: j '"<-• wesi us lar us inese young, icssiy lint was oii me " nl ' c conccrne<l . '« anyllilng but ,Cul« mos | They consistently crushed wo-stein | liueky Walters', ^hcn a six-run teams in their home lair at Feinvay lead in' lh<. first innlm; which was 1'aik. leaving their friendly sur- .climaxed by Edilic Miller's hom-i. rounding.? a week ago with a re- | went on to' pilch a 1U lo 0 shir. cord of 19 wins and Just one tie- out for Cindnmili over the CUatus feat against Ihe invaders from (he [at New York. It was Cincinnati's hinterlands. Hut when they got to Chicago and St. Louis, liiey found vengeful teams awaiting them. They dropped three out of four games to the While Sox, a team Ihey bail tealcn four consccullve times in Boston, then went on to Si. Louis and lost two straight lo the Hro'.vns, who have no victories and five- losses in Fenway Park. Moreover, it was the same way i on the last trip, when the Red •ciisli-on-inc- ;Sox after winning IS straight, fell t- i into a hitting slump at Chicago nn<i St. Louis in which they made, only 10 .hits in three games. Dob Muncrlef, who has had art:i trouble, flashed the form that made him n biff winner in the Urowns' pennant winning year ol 1944, in blanking Bosion. 1 to 0 on four hits last night. Mimcrief had ATLANTA, Gil., June 10. (UO — The second place Nashville Vols moved Into Atlanta today to enp.nge lo ' win over the Uii.' Hist place Crackers'in a three-'"' name series Ijul llu- crui iul angle to the inecttnB already had been virtually eliminated by Ihe lowly Hiiinfnghani Haions. ... - . , The. hli;li-riylni> Vols played Ihe seventh straight victory ovi-r Mie hitherto humble Barons five gumcs Giants, uho escaped a tumble into | dtirlns the past three day* while last place only because llu. Phils ; the Crackers langlt-d with the lost loo. Wallers in winnlm: his' threatenini; Chattanooga Lookouts third dime, uavr up seven hits, j l)"l Instead of gaining yiouiul. (he but the Giants never got more Vols fell hack and now trail the I leaders by six full games. The best I lie Vols could do last nlKhl at "liliinitighain was gain an even split In a doiibU'hradcr and .I'll- one win out 'if ihe .live names. The Vols scored HUH; runs in Ihe last. Innlni; of the .seven-linilng opener (o win Ki lo 9. It was \\ wild contest with each side iislnsr lour lujric-js and Ihe llarons co:iim:ii!ng MX en-oi-s while the \M!s inlieiud livi> limps. Tbe Karons took the lej'.u'ation nlghlcap G to fi allhotm.i ihey were outblt II to tt. Ulck M'.dl-.if-: v.nil the roiile for the winners. At Atlanta. IJabe Kills b.untnerod oiil Ids sevenlh home ria; of the season In Hie lilli luninj; to give the Crr.ckers u G to ft win over Ihe Cliatlanoi!(>a Uiakouls. Hiil Ayeis enti'ivii the game In the el^hlh ln- ninB and lliiollled (lie but.i ol Ihe l.nukiiiils durlnx (he last five in- niu«5 lo rack up Ids IHIi win of tbe scusou. At New Orleans. Clcoi:« liyam homered In the eighth Innln..; with iwo men on to Hive H>,' I'els a -I . Mempbi'i c, licks. The win put Ihe Pels bad; Inle •, fovith place tie with ll>> C'llel: 1 .. :i]:d Hie (wo clubs are ni>,v but one out of third place mid only games behind the sivuv.l Si-i'vlco Coiinnisslon licru (oday, prove A.nnounclns the .sanitation Im- Doelor'siiick,' who once was con- provement caiuiuilgu, Coininlsslun • necled with the "Munlmltiin" nfoin olul "'" 1 "! 1 < ' k " !llc - Wliu> m:'im- ...jcct, t<1 | ( | ,„„ Nn .5, ivm , Uulari , ninny .stations "dlsurnceful," ami cinl> yesterday llial he afe dk. , MI Id. his oi'Kaiil/.atlon would i.ol wasle any lime In stepping Inlo picture. "We can't Issue orders (o prlvfite stations (hat serve as bus slalloni, ' Wine said, "but we can tulvls f bu:< ipernlors to gel their slopping pl.He;. .•leaned up or move lo another si.-«Hon." than one In any Inning. All other American I eague game^ wer,, postponed and I here- ive.-o no others scheduled in Ihe National. Flaming Motor Brings Loaded Airliner Down i<> At Mobile. Ihe Hears made a rl.'an .sviep of their four-game serlo;-, \vlth Ihe Ullle Hod; Travelers, lakhri Hie final game -I to 1 behind Hie sleady six-hit pitching of Leroy I'fiav.i. All tbe runs were scuii'd In Ihe rim !n- nliif". Torilght. Memphis moves Inlo Mo- bili' (u open a new :<e:vji with a ili'i.hleheader while Ihe olii.'r dull:; launch new series with slrislc nnm-s. inil'.hl's schi-dule: M.-mpbiial ,\lo- hil.t 12); Nashville nl A'.l.mla; I!'.' Itocl; at New Oilcans, raid Clint- tanooga a( lUrmlngham, malely so per cent, of all moneys g.u to tbe comities on 1111 equrtubl-j and Hank Helf singled him home. basis for road construction. The H was the second straight loss for balance of the money woidd bi: ' Ferris, who had wen 10 in a row iK-lti for emergency us?* I before the team went west. Hurley said such a procedure would speed over-nil development ol Ihe. slate and assure each county a fair share of new hit'hwnys. 2. Selling aside a flat percciu- j age of construction money tor ' distribution to cities and towns lor city street construction. Tim p HARTFORO. Conn.. June in. it'Pi . . ._. —Forty-one passfiuiers took off lor be good because his opponent .was j Europe In a second Pan-American Newfoundland, the brilliant Dave (Boo) Fcl'^iss. i Constellation earlv today after sev.n who lost a lough six-hitter. The t breathless minnles within "an :U - JU'K only St. Louis run came in ihe | length of hell" when an engine third when Mark Christman tripled [burned off their first plane and and Hank Helf singled him shortly after , r i p.m., KlTl', ... It was bound lor .Shannon, l-.'ire. will first sioj) scheduled at (.iander, Vanderbilt Professor Doubts Value of Bomh Tests Out in Pacific NASHVILW, Tenn . June II. (UP> —A Vanderbtlt tJuiversIl) 1 physnist. Dr. t'. O. Slack, says. In effect. Unit the. lllklnl atom Ixmio icsi wnn'i agrees with the. livrnnril Uarucli proposal thiil the U. S, "dcMi'oy iU stockpile of alom bombs." 'Ihe phy.slclsl said that "we have no stockpile of bombs a$ ilu> bomb Is of such 11 natiii'O that \vticn U i.» made II explodes. We shoi|ld not destroy the male.rlals' llial go Inlo the bomb but rather use them for IH-acetul purposes." Tl'i! Vanderblll professor , ,^ u (lie lllklnl test on llui grounds (hat li'ii'ie has not been time "to develop (he liumlrods of lusinimml.', neces •ary lo niiiue tbe lest »f value- lo wlenci;." For V»ur Stanley's llimsrlnilil Clranliii; (.'hrmleah, Furniture Clruuer, >Vlndiiw (:!ejiiier. Woiul- wurk Clfaui^r C.dl MKR. Al.iMA SCIIi:i!l'.K Kesldrncr I'linnu X:l» Bus Operators Notified To Clean Ut) Storions l.VI-n.K KOCK, June 10 A slale-wlde elean-up cam. slalluns headed the list, for Imme diate aclton by the Arkansiis Public defeal dropped Boston's first place American League margin over tbe idle Yankees lo seven games. The Dodgers also lost ground in the National League race, suffering a c to 3 defeat to the Pirates al Brooklyn which reduced their margin lo a game and a half. The provide milage to be altoied was ''.ot in- i Bncs sewed it up with a three-run dicatcd. ' " " ' :i. The legislature should cngineerin;; consultalion within the highway department as an aid to cities an ( | counties in planning roads, brides and streets. 4. That between now and th? da'.,, of the legislature in January, an effort be made lo augment Ihe present county turn-back moneys so that counties may match fcVicral funds now available for construction of county secondary roads. s l'he sub-committee recognized in,, need for more money for couniy roads, but snid additional .sluiiy is necessary befor e making definite recommendations. | rally in the third which Ken Hein t7.elnian managed to protect even though Brooklyn came back with two ; runs In its half of the Inning. A walk lo Hclnlvcelman. a triple by Lee Handles 1 , a double by Jim Russell and a single by Bob Elliott produced the three Pirate runs. ISinil Rush of the Cubs, deserted th c bull-pen and took over as a steel-nerved pilot crash-landed I, at nearby Willimanllc. Conn. Only one of the 42 p:is':om-ers aboard (he first Conslellrdlon The New York declined lo continue. Ihe (rip aboard the second. The London Thc Rev. Cornelius Cntlin. W. of Sydney. Monl.. cnnccllcd his reservation and cau'jhl a train for Nrw York. The hero was c.-iol. lovel-hn.u : od Capt. Samuel H. Miller, win hi a split second decision set th,' pia'ic down without injury to any of it:' occupants. Among Ihe passengers wci" Laurence Olivier, British actor, and hi:; red heaired wife, beautiful Vivian Leigh, (lie star of "Gon? wilh the I Wind." I Tlie plane, one of tbe largest and fastest of the commercial airlinr-is. .took off from LaCHlardia Fi.-ld "MAKE IT A MILLION!" EARN WHILE YOU LEARN A SKILL OR TRADE A GOOD JOB FOft YOU U. S. Army CHOOSE THIS Room .'t()5, Joneslmro. Ark. Splendid education and training in moro them 200 R\:\\\H anil tmdn« ato ollorod by tho nov/ Rcgulcn Atniy. Good pay cind oppailnnilioH for ndvdncotnoiil. Ovor thiOD- qtiartorn of a inillLoti IKEVO onltntod alrondy. MAKK IT A MILLION! Got all iho Inclii al your notiii'st U. S. Army Camp or Paul, or U. S. Anny Hoctuiling Stalion. Thcr e arc 19 Rural Elcclrilica- j lion AclininiKlr^tion .distriots^ in Colorado liaving line.-; anil oThfn j rural electric facilities in oiJcration. ' THIS SUMMER YOU CAN ' WHILE YOU KEEP COOH ' MOMTOOMORY V/ARD IN THE Have you ever hod someone say to you, "My, how cool you look/' when you're really not at all? But il makes you feel cooler anyway, doesn't it? If you stay atlraclive, then, perhapj you wi/J beat the heat! The secret is careful allentTon to your cosmelTc appearance—achieved by using such inexpensive items as a good makeup foundation (like Max Factor Pancake MaVeup], a soothing skin tolion (Bolany lanolin Lotion), an effective deodorant (Arrid), ha?r remover (Neel), a home permanenf wov* kit (Lady Carole), and a fresh summery fragrance. GET ALL THESE ITEMS FROM OUR BIG CATALOG. TfltPHONI 2142 Rlylhcrillc MONTGOMERY WARD BABY HIGH CHAIR PLAYS A VI1TAI. High Chairs that won't tip ... Play Yards for Bnby's exercise . . . Carnages for his daily niring ... all these and many more things for baby's comfort . . . mother's convenience! They're all the Higb Quality you've come to expect at Wards! And they're all priced easily within your budget. CRIB WITH MULTI- POSITIOH SPRING 11.95 Maple finished hardv/ood chair wilh wide spread non-tip legs. Tray locks securely to hold bciby in place . . . patented one-hand release. Extra large scooped "Sani-Tray." Adjustable footresf. SWING FOR BABY VALUE PRICED 20% Down! 20.95 6.49 Keep baby happy while you're busy! Heavy canvas swing, full slope back for proper support . .. suspends on double spring in all metal stand. Has play tray with beads. See it at Wardsl Convenient crib, bassinet o dressing table ... spring adjust to 6 different levels! Handsome Maple or V/ax Birch finish o hardwood. Solid end panels pro feet from drafts. ALL STEEL FRAME LIGHT IN WEIGHT 20% Down I 14.95 Practical... il converts easily into stroller as child grows! Comfortable with Duchess slylc springs, for smooth riding. Stool frame, artificial lealher body. Folds compactly for storage! PAY ONLY 20% DOWN ON PURCHASES OF $10 OR MOF!j! ontgomecy Ward VitH Our Recording Studio! We have (totalled tK* very latest Equipment for Uecordfiifj Voiced, Band 'and Orchestra Uusic and Measaxefl. We also Rent Sound ^rjulpmenl for Indoor and Outdoor Evenltt. BLYTHEVILLE RADIO SIIPH.Y Wholeule Only nMind! in this n«w DRESS collection! Brighl (lower prinlo, gnyly set in n background of wliile or pnato! colors. Some, novelty border printo that make such interesting fashions! Unymi jersey mid cool sheers. Sizes 9 to 4'1. \ Short SJ!< HJory MISSES'SHORTS Willi tennis, sf«i ni»(l ni :'lioHs ciiihtisiiist.s, thesi !, r «oil ldokiii||r shorl.s will rate jiiir- AhH of cinifsc'. they're thc answer to Hie problem of whiil to wedf for jilfit plnin oomfort- seckinK, trot! Solid c(ilors. Kick plenty. For TomItoIs or Coquettes GIRLS' SLACKS 2-98 Iliiyoh ftiille slacks ' please «iiy type of (idle j;irl— whefhtr Her favorite pas- Irmc is baseball or dolls! these arc wcii-ciit to Hatter, her heat young figure. THE KIND THAT ARE EASY TO KEEP SPICK AND SPAN You'll love them, for they're white and nblc and won't p«el or tcuft I Of smooth looking plastic leathers in roomy pouch, envelope and shoulder strap styles. Colorful multicolored fabric ones too, brightly striped or embroidered! All ire nicely rayon bned and fitted. 2.98 4.98 w »* FW. M.

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