The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1946 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 19, 1946
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pici'sii BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 194G Cracker Jacks, Win Played . In 'Y'-Spoiisored Softball League Tlie Loy Eich. Chevrolet Hus'lers defeated the Hays' Store boys '" the tune of 12 to 2 and the Montgomery Ward cracker-jacks edged out th e Ark-.Me, neddy Kilow.uis 12;to 8 last night in Walker f'a-.r. Joe Ferguson and A. G. Mo.sley v.-ere the winning pitchers .in'the. first game, allowlric onU' four hits aiid two runs while Welch and Crow were the losers. Chester Calctwell won baltlnc honors" for the Hustlers with three lilts In four trips to thc plate. Hlhy Baker was the leading hitter on the Kays' team with two for three. In d big fifth inning the Hustlers got five runs- Bill Delong hom- ered w'th one man on. The Cracker-jacks started early' in the second game by getting inree runs in the first inning and four in; the second. Ark-Mo was neve: able to overcome that lead- Til's game was a pitching duel between the cracker-jack's Wen-.ici] Eaton and the Kilowatt's Dill Hawkins with bolh giving up .nine hits. Hawkins walked eight with six of these scoring. Ark-Mo also madu a few costly errors. Leroy Hoss got three hits out ot four trips: to the plate to lead the Kilowatts and Cooper gcjl "one hit for oat time up for' Ward. Box' Scort First Game: Loy Eich P. Burnhnin, lb 13. nelong. ss D.-Calctwell. 3b' A. c. ..Bunch, ct J.-L. Johnson, c O. Bunch. If C. Ca Id well. 2b S. Hood, rf J- Ferguson, *p F. Jernliian, If E. Jon'c?.~e A. G.,Mosley, p 4ucfion of Walking Horses f 6 Get Underway Tomorrow Prnnclug wnlltlii!; horses, nine states, sleeked" up »»til 'tH-u bodies glfslen. nvc 1 arriving for the first registered walking horse from There will be "dinner served on 'tH-uihe grounds" with Arksmsns mini, fried chicken nnd barbecue 10 feature the menu planned by the auction to be staged in Illyrticvillu. Dogwood Home Demonstration filiib Visitors have xlsutcd lo view '!'C women to give the visitors a sam- horsfs. :it the 'barn of C. Ci. Simla j)lc o( Mississippi County cooking. where Mr. Smith ami Hcnlun Kinr; | it Is expected Ihnt many of Uic will stage the auction beeinmni! .visitors, will remain over tomor- tomorrow mornirm, 9 o'clock. [row night. Some will come by aiv- There will be at least 128 horses. 'j)l:ine. others by train tint the most wlicn all arrive, and loniiihl thev of them by nulomolillc will be .settled under the big tent with the public Invited for n nro- vii'c at the lent, three and n h^lf miles south on Highway CI. at the Smith plantation. Prosucctivc buyers arc expected from Washington to Florida, and from Maine to New Mexico, accord- Mr. Smith and Mr. Klni! today extended a special invitation l^> peoplu of this Kccllon In view cli° horses at any time .mil to attend the sale. cited as one of the most out Rtnndtnir nUTuctlons In circles of a wide area. At Stake Tonight Billy Conn Confident He Con Win From The Brown Bomber BV JACK United Press Kporis NEW YORK, .funs 19. fUPi — Atler five years or waiting. Joe Louts and Billy Conn will meet tonight at Yankee. Stadium In tni'ir $2,000,000 ball],, or the "Golaen Question Marks" unless rain cau- scs'"niiolher delay. u:,i ..--- I 'rtwusiincls of visiting fight fans livestock fro'tjv all pints or the nation wntcn- llits sale. e<rj;eather developments nnxionsiy, inc to Miv Smith, who said rests- may be the beginning ' of n now tali-Mil of n postponement until ' ines. business In Blylhevlllo. with num- loijiorrow night—n postponement irnlion of rooms in private honu aloni! with those at loc:i] hotel?, was believed to be enough 10 take care of the crowd expected. years, prior to staging ot this nuc- It is estimated that 128 horses lion. will sell for approximately $150.0011. | Of th c 128 horses to be auc- Roy Johnson tloncd, 32 head belong to the t-.vo "nud" Uamll' I'lythcvillc sponsors and the 97 oth- ton of Winche-xtcr, Ky.. who en* trs are consigned by owners. Auctioneers will bj o[ Bclton. Mo., and An it 3 ,5 fi 1 5 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 bit of singing, nlnnt! with hlS|,' Other Mississippi County owners auctionecrlns. The borsrs arc from Mississippi, LnuisiiXtii], Tfimr-ssei'. Iowa. Kentucky, Missouri, and Alabnma. erous line hoi.sesJinvini; bfcn soli! i "wf might cause them'to b; turn- here nt individual sales In recent ed out of Jammed downtown hotels. Meanwhile, heavyweight, cnnrn- l»!on ixjuls motored Into New^Yorx from Ills camp at, Potnpton Lakes, N. J.. for the weigh-In; and challenger Conn, wno had broken cnmo Sundny, loafed nljout the home or a Nc',v York friend, calmly awaiting his second title clash with trie explosive Detroit Negro who hfin > , j I..H l|o offer horses Include II, W. Arkansas, iind Noble GUI of Blytbeville. Louis-Conn Fight' Facts, Figures On Eve of Battle NEW YOHK. June 19. (UP)— Facts and lijjiirv.s ubout loninlit's Jo t . lx)uis-Billy Conn fight: Titlj! at slake: world huavywclglii cliamplonshlp. Prlii.'Jpals: Joe ilrouls. bttioit. j champion, vs, Jiilly Conn. PHt..- ryh, challenger, Site: Yankee .Stadium. Length of bout: 15 rounds to a leci.sion. Starling time: Preliminaries at K:'M pm., EOT; main event 1U ibout 10 p.m. EOT Approximate weights: Louis 2U8: Cunn 182',!:. F.stlmated gate: :$2,225,(ll)0. Officials: Rererecs, judges, etc.. be appointed by tho New YorK Elate Athletic CanimlKfon. Promoter: Twentieth Cenuiry Sporting Club: Mike. .Jacobs, president. f-'chreick, Charles colcman, W. J. brim- .and U c. H. Yoimi: or Osccoln, iind J. H. Crain of Wilson. Baseball Standings SO'VTIIEKN LEAOIIF. W. L. Atlanta '. 43 24 Nashville . i :!1 «7 Chattauoosa 'Xi 33 Memphis 33 32 New Orleans 33 32 iiMoblic an 34 xlllniiinghiini 27 :il) xUtlle Hock 24 ;« x—Night game. NATIONAL LEAiiUK \V. L. 7irool; . St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati . Boston (New York .. 'hiladelphin , Totals Hays.' SC.prc B. Baker. 2b B. Beard, rf H. H:ivs. lb J.,nnclo.s. 3b B. MnlUiis. cf Jack Duclos. ss <3. Beard. If A. Hays, c Welch, p Crow, p Asthby. ss Bun n. If Tavlor. lb R. Hays . • Totals . Score by Innings: Loy Eich- Hays 1 ; Store t'ccorid game: Ark-Mo Taylor, It I.. Ross, 2b - . P. Perry, 3b Whittle, c Henry, rf Meharg, lb Stnbbs, ss J. Lafitte, cf B. Hawkins, p E. Ford, H B. Cullison, c Dyer, ct Totals Montgomery TTar L-. Eaton. If. P. Burjarskl, rl 36 12 IV! AH U II 3 2 'a 3 0 I 0 3 -0 121 051 '2 100 010 0 ,\1'. U II 200 . 21 21 23 2H 24 20 2i) 23 30 AMERICAN LEAGUE ioston ..... N'ew York . . Detroit ...... '. Washington . leveland . . . 1 -dills ... Philadelphia W. 42 30 23 20 2, r , 21 15 :H 32 :u 40 Pe.t. .042 .557 .515 ,50« .!>08 .452 .409 .3(13 Pcf. .011 .M2 MO .520 .•IB3 .451 .418 .•US Pet. .131 .CIO 5-15 ,b3' .« .439 AM NATIONAL LEAGUE Pillsliiirgh 0, Brooklyn M. Ciiu-innali 10. New York 0. Chicago 7, Philadelphia 0. Only gami's scheduled, A.MI1KICAX LEAGUE St.. Louis 1, Ii"Slon 0. Washington at Cleveland, rounds. Philadelphia at Detroit, rain. New York ul Chicago, rain. Women Golfers Battle for State Championship HELENA. Ark,, Julie 19. (UI'i — Play continued here today in ihe Arkansas State Women's Golf tournament, with the championship lilght narrowed down to four contestants. After yesterday's play. June Whit- niore of Little liock, Mary Pen-in of El Dorado, Ed Dell Wortx. of Foil Smith and Marcella Hauls of flol Springs were left to battle in oiu in the high flight. Jane Whitniore, defending champion from Little Rock, UcVaateU Dorothy Wilson of Helena. 0 and 5. conies evident Ihen that the boost, can,lie absorbed by tire dealer.). Ol'A added that the increases would not apply to the tires use** as original equipment on nc'.v automnljllcs, but only to replacement tires. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LKACUE New Orleans -1. Memphis 1. Atlanta G, Chnllanooiin 5. •^ribhvllio 13-5, Birmingham Little Dock at, Mobile. Today's Games SOUTHERN I,EAC!UE Memphis at Mobile, two. Chattanooga at Birmingham. Lit lie Rock at New Orleans. Nashville at. Atlanta. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at New York. St. Louis at Boston, ninhl. Chicago at Philadelphia, two. AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston at St. Louis, night. New York at Chicago, ntght. I'hUtulelphin at IJelroit. twilight.. Washington at Cleveland,-night. knocked him out five years ago last niSlH, Both nr e returnliif; to the unit after a war-enforced absence or more than four yearst Because or this absence and because of their a(?cs—Loiils 32 and Conn 2H—tiicy ar c regarded as question marks nv the. bnxln<> world. Bill they arr' colden question niaiks for Pronicj- tcr - Mike Jacobs, who still honed today (hat their 15-ronncl brawi would attract the' richest gate in history for a nubile performance. He hoped thai. It would surpass the record $2,058.000 drawn by tne second Jack bempsey-Gcnc Ttui- npy. classic at Chicago in 1927, However, the Inability of 5.000 6.000 potential patrons from oiilsicte the city to obtain hott!i reservations, and the record ticket, prices—ranking from $10 to ?100— probably have prevented that. Jacobs cxnectcd the crowd to ranee between ' 75.000 and 80,000. Although Louis Is three and u half year.s older than Plttshiirgn Billy. The champion was favoreci ill :i-l in brisk betting. 1-ouis is defending, for the 22nn time, the crown he wrested froiii Jim Hraddoek in 1937. No other heavy king pver approached that I IK lire. The champion is riding a string or 23 consecutive victories ana 12 straight knockouts. During his career of ;i7 professional bouts, lie lost but once. That was exactly 10 years ago tonight, when Max Eclnnellnj; of Germany Knocked him out in iho 1211T round. Joe avencru this defeat, explosively In 1MB by "murdering" Hcrr 'Schmcllng m (lie first- roiintl. OPA Authorizes Hifco In Price of Auto Tires WASHINGTON, June 19 (UP) — The OPA has authorized a temporary 3,3 per cent, increase in the retail ceiling prices for passenger car and motorcycle tires. Similar price boosts were extended to manufacturers and wholesalers to offset higher costs tor labor an<l materials, the OPA sai'l. It planned lo .revoke the retail price increase by Oct. 1 if It De- NOTICK OF CLAIM United Stutes Department of the Interior, (ieneral Land Office, Washington 25, !>. C. Notice is hereby given that Drainage District Mo. 17, of Blytlievllte, Arkansas, has Filed application 0791(5,,G. L, O. series, under section 4 of the act of February 28, 19M (45 Stat. 14101, lo purchase the S',i N',0 Sec. ,1, T. 15 N., R. 9 E,, 5th P. M., Arkansas. All persons claiming the land adversely will be allowed until June 19, 1U1C, to file in this Office their objections to the issuance of a pat- ent under the aforesaid application. THOS. C. HARVELL Acting Assistant Commissioner. 5J22-29-GJ5-12-19 None Better DEMAND t St. Joseph ASPIRIN 100 TABI.ITS 3V. WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 10< THE BEAUTY CLINK Marraret I>«n Smith, Owner tncram Bldi. ' Phone SM« CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For n. quick sal« see me. I have buyers for homes. IJst your properly wilh me. My commission is ft%. \ have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 So. Second Phones 446 or 2934 MAKE A Tick fever is less prevalent u~« Wyoming I Ills year than last. Sr. far. M cases were rejiorled till:: year, compared with 30 cases m A. Crowe.' 2b H. Cliujinian. Smith, lb . Johnson, c P. Bills, ut Cooper, 31) W. Eaton, p Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service Calls a Year $1) Repairs to Hlectric Appliances Fully Giuirnntcccl BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. (V»'bcre Courtesy is Not a Memory) 138 E. Maili St. Phone 3610 Totals ' 21112 SJ Score by Tunings: Ark-Mo Power 00-1 130 0 Montgomery Ward 340 212 - Saiiba Wholesale will play O. K. Onb boys and Owens Drug S'.oro 32 ti 9 Cowboys arc .scheduled to play I'liil- Al! If 'I j lips Motor Phillies tomorrow nlslu 4 1 3 I muter the lliilns of Walker Purk 4 1 1 at 3 o'clock. NOTICE! WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY JUNE 22 For Inventory Delta implement Company Our Large Selection of Gifts Will Be Helpful to You SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY TABLE MAT SET Babj.Vchicks J4.00 to"$12.00 per 100. .3 days to 4 weeks old—At Store Feeds and Supplies. WANTED Far and shelled Corn—All ffrades. One bushel up - Oats - \Vheat Hurley - Alfalfa Hay anil Poultry of all kinds. Pay top market prices. Elevator Feed Store N. 4lh Broadway at RR Crossing: J. J. Field, Mgr. Call us up soori, arid let's set a tiny for ovcrh:>.uiint; yotir tractor and other farin equipment. Waiting 'til the last minute is mighty dangerous business that might lead to delay*] Novv's tlie time to get your name on service schedule. • McCORMICK-QEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE advance DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Blythevilla, Ark. 69 Blythevillc, Ark. New ma.sonUe (able mats wilh cork pads to protect table. Washable, shatterproof iind hcat- resislunt. 3 piece set. 21 pieces *9 75 Silver Plate: Over Solid i^icklc Silver. Ik'ii ut i Till Cornwall Tatlcrn. The Amaxlng /V*w REISER KAISER-FXAZEK PRODUCT ^-I America's First 1947 Motor Cars! Well Have Them Here to Show You FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. CAN OPENER Only 1 98 "Swing-a-way". It docs its johanrl gels out of the way. Easy to opera(e. PYREX CASSEROLE Oiilv t'/i quarl size, Utility shape with pie plate cover. Oven- pro D f Kl'iss. PYREX CAKE DISH Only 35= (Icnuinc p? rex hent prn«»f glass, a rUcpcr, betttr Inx'r PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc. HI W. MAIN tHONF. KAISER—With Front-Wheel Drive! Modem, perfected ironl-wheet drive. War-proved Torsionelic Suspension for all-load, oil-road smooth- ness of ride. Wheelbase 117'inches. Overall length 203 inches. Six-cylinder 92 hp. engine. V/ldest seolj in any mass-production car. Unexcelled driver-vision. FRAZER—World's Smartest Car! Unrivaled luxury, maximum roominess, exquisite beauty, effortless powerl Wheelbase 123 1 /! inches. Overall lerglh 203 inches. Box-section frame. Rear-wheel dVve. Six-cylinder 100 hp. engine. Semi-elliptical spiings in rear, coils in front. Smartly tailored two-lone uph.-ilslery. T HE AMAZING new KAISER and the sensational new FRAZER—America's first 1947 motor cars- will be here in our showrooms— surprisingly soon! You'll have your choice of the front-wheel-drive KAISER, or the more powerful and luxurious rear-wheel- drive FUAZER—both built at famous Willow Run! And always at your service, remember, will be our specially- trained maintenance service staff, with factory-approved parts, tools and accessories. You'll want to see these beautiful new postwar cars at your very first opportunity—so keep watctiing the news for thc announcement of our first showing. CHARM MOTOR COMPANY 110 West Walnut Blythcvillc, Ark. WASH TUBBS He Fixed Tli;it Ansrlr- BY LESLIE TURNRK \i IWSO 61TO < <W«E CKIDED rocowirnis,w,t>w.wiiE . _ COINS TO SEE THH If'S A / CAOOL-.VWSH'S INTCN- BFAU LftCK FOE VOU! j\ TlOTS ABE MVfAVS OF AN. THE BEST, BUT- ...COOft WftSH! \ SINCE ITS IMPORTANT ^ BUT WE\t PUNNED IT / TH« I NOT M REC06SIZK ALL SO CABEFULIM THIS \IN LOS \OCO, V.EU AMOlD « VflURCOIWORrwU. UH< BETTER HOTELS... I LEf-t ItJSTRUCriONS AT T«E PIMJT TO TELL ANV STRM4GEP | HE RcCOStllZES «7U. (jHW I AM HOttEi SICK IN WPWHTWENO

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