The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1946 · Page 8
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BLYTHEVILLE '(AUk.)' COURIER; MlDWS Southern Teams In 5-Way Battle Atlanta Crackers Have Top Position All to Themselves ATLANTA, Ga., Juno 22. (UP) — The Southern Assccinlion race IKUI settled down into n fivo-tsiun flclH for second place tutisy us only four nncl a half finmcs separated Hie ruuncr-ui) Nrrfiville Vols and tlie sixth place Mobile Bonrs. Tlie Vols dropped to nine full games behind the lending Atlanta Crnckcrs as the Crackers noli again last niglit 0 to 4, to make a clean sweep of their three-game series with the Vols. Big Bill Avers, pitching his third game in six days, was hit hard by the Vols bill except for the Hilli inning when Nashville scored three runs, he kept 13 Mils fairly well scattered and onicrtied with -its 12lh pitching win o[ the season. The Crackers won the flame with a four-run uprising in the sixth Inning at the expense of Lee Anthony, the loser, nud his successor Dutch McCall: At Ne-,<- Orleans, the Pels climbed back into fourth place by ckniK out a 3 to '2 win over the la^l place Little Rock Travelers who have lost nine of tJicir last ID games. Walter Sinola received credit for the win although Jim Slieci had to rush to his rescue in ttic ninth innintr. George Oili went the route for the losers, allowing nine hits, l\vo more than his males got off Smola and Shea. At Mobile, tlie Bears scored twice in tlie ninth inning to whip tlvi Memphis Chicks 4 to 3. It was the seventh win out of the last nine panics for Mobile while the loss dropped the chicks into filth pluc?. Paul Minner started [or the Bears and Gene Lambert for the Chicks but neither was around for the finish ns reliefer Leroy Pfuml entered the game in the ninth inning t', % receive credit for the win while Lambert's successor, Herman Drcls, who pitched the last two innings, was tagged with the loss. The Chattanooga at Birmingham game was rained out. No games \vere scheduled for Saturday hilt Sunday will liml all the learns engaging In doublcheact- ers whi^h launch new series. The Crackers start a f.vo-'.vcck read trip Sunday wjth n doubleheader at Chattanooga while other twin-bills will find Birmingham at Nashville, Mobile nt Little Rock and New Orleans at Memphis. Louis Kcyoes Conn In Eighth Round Two minutes and nineteen .seconds In the eighth round, Ju,. lx>uls'.s lethal left hook found its mark and Uilly Conn, 'the kid from Pittsburgh, ilioped to the canvas to lake (he count. The Magic Kyc camera calches the final blow split seconds after it was delivered Ix'fuu v,,nw funs in Yankee Stadium In New York City. (N13A Tclcphoto.- Hughsons Mound Performance Boosts Morale of Boston Club Girls Organize Softball League Four Team Sponsors Seeking Talent in 'Y' Recreation Project A'"Y" xoftbnll league for Blytlie- vilte girls is (u-siii'Ml, It was announced yesterday aliernoon 'jy Coacli "Nig" liynum of Ills "Y" talf. At least four sponsors ol teams have been .secured locally •inti team managers are busily on Ihe hunt for talent to round out their line-ups. Two additional teams are In prosptct. Those already signed and granted franchises in the league ire: Hollirock s Drug, J. C. Penney Co., Fit/.[iatriek Jewelry Co., and O. K. cat) Co. Carolyn Peterson has been secured to manage the Ro'lhrock aggregation, it was revealed yesterday. A incrling of mnnagers and sponsors hsj.s been scheduled for Monday night at 7:30 in the "Y" rooms at the City Hall. At this time, all matters pertaining lo the operation of Ihe loop will he threshed out, including opening dates and rules governing play. Girls that are interested in solt- biill and would like to participate In tills league should contact on" of Ihe team managers or Courjh Hynum or register their names at the Y. M. C. A. V, 'JUNK' 22, 19-10 Wild Bill Canny To Participate In Tag Match "Wild" Bill Canny and Chino Ming arc slatid lo tuke on Ted Bell and the Black Uormi in a las mulch Monday niglit in Ihe Legion Arena on Promoter Mike Mcroncy's weekly wrestling ciuci. In the preliminaries, the Hornet will jneet Canny and Ming w tanglp ;to|tlt. Bo'lii.; •Mhig.'W'a skillful wrestler while hfe partner, Canny, is a sliade on th'e rough. »nd tougli side, choking and cye-gayging is his favorite hfcbby. • • The Black Hornet is lough ami always ready for action. Ted Bel proved himself to be a favorite oi local fans by sbo'.ving oft some lancv footwork and plenty of speed am skill last Monday nisjlil in his lirst appearance in tins Arena. Nelson and McSpaden Lead Inverness Teams TOLEDO. O., June 22 .(UP)— Tlie Byron Nelson-Jug McSp:uln and Ben fiogan-Jiminy Dcnuuei teams appeared to have the Inverness Invitational Best-Ball Gol Tournament to themselves todas as the eight-team field teed oil for the fourth and fifth rounds. Nelson and McSpaden went to the first lee with a cumulative point total of plus 13 for Ihe first three rounds, two points ahead of the Hosan-Demnrct combination, closest team of Ihe six others was Lnwson Lililc and Lloyd Manjruni with pins three, and the other five teams .had minus scores. NEW YORK, June 22. (UP).-Tex llughson, the lean righthander who was supposed to he tlie kingpin of the Boston licit Sox staff but uinud out to be their only losing pitcher during an early-season .spurt, was >ack on the throne today, a filling jlacc for a man who outpilclied Hc:b •'cller. Hiighsnn's victory last nigliu was l royal job from any angle. He al- owed only three hits in taking the to 0 game from Cleveland. PeMer dlowcd five. llughson .struck out line; Feller seven. And llughr.on 1 ;; •ictory was of InestininWe valnn In he morale department. U stopped a 'our-gatne Boston losing streak, and such n triumph, coming over Ihe jest pitcher in baseball, was a tre- ncndous shot in the arm for Ihe •tumbling Bosox. who had lost seven if eight previous games. Tho one •ictory was by Ilughsan at Chicago. Also to be considered wns the ef- 'ect it would have on the New York Yankees, who fell before Hal Ncv. 1 - liouser at Detroit, G to 2. lo drop io 7 1-2 games off tlie pace. The Yanks had begun to revive pennant lopes as Boston lost game alter game. The Ked Sox made their Jreaks as they won. New York fumbled away its panic at Detroit. Four Yankee errors gave the Tigers their first four runs.'aml Lefty Joe Page filled the bases on walks to set up the last two, which own .I'ere classed as earned bt'canso Detroit drove tliein in with hils. Cecil Travis singled with tlie bnries filled In Ihe ninth Inniiif- to Riva Washington a •! lo 2 victory over the SI. Lous lirowns. A ninth-Inning rally nlso carried | Philadelphia lo victory over the Chi- I ;o While .Stix. lliLs by Muddy I sar. Hunk Majeskl and Phil Mar- I chlltlon scored two runs for a '•> to' 3 verdict. Brooklyn ouLsliiggcd the St. Louis Cardinuls before a capacily or.i-.vrl of M.OOO at ijbhcts Field, winnlni; 7 to ii lo stretch their lead over Ihe Rcdbirds to 'i 1-2 ('nines, '['lie Hrooks balled Al livable off the inoniicl with three runs in the fourth on lw.> valks and four singles, and j'.ddeil single runs In the sixth inul snveiiili. IVewec Reese (;ot three liils for the Dodgers nud Stan Mn.sinl collected lour for the Cards. Ilnuli Casey relieved Vie Lombard! in the first In- niiii; and jjol credit for the victory. The Phils zoomed out of the cellar by edging Cincinnati. '.'. to I. on (lie Uirce-hit pitching of Sclimubov Howe and the hutting of Del Ennis. The Chicago Cubs dumped llvj New York Giants into tlie basement liy li-lpping them. 5 to •!, on the hard htltliiB of Phil Cavaretta and Frank Kecory. Boslon lopped Pittsbnrnh :i to 2, on Mort Cooper's pllchins; and the hltllni: of Johnny Hopp and Dan I.itwhiler, each of whom got. three hits. Legion Juniors Schedule Game With Caraway The BlytheviPc junior American I-cifion ba.sebiill team takes on Caraway tomorrow al Cniawny In Ilia first incctiiiK of Ihese two tennis. The Juniors showed power In their hilling against Jonesboro last Wednesday by collecting 10 hits. Wins National Open \VIT.NKSS ;iiil I'oiMi o 'Jlli, A. !). ' »••• »y I .,1 n Jun H,\KVI:Y MIIKHIS Lloyd MniiBi-tini of Los migcics, uulif.. beams proudly as he Holds the cup awarded to him as the winner of the U. s. Open Golf Championship. Manynim, an ex-Gf, who wears the Purple Heart, won the Open l)iii'«h, dropped lo the canvas to ti.k e the count. The Magic Eye camera catches the final blow split seconds after H was delivered before fans in Yankee Slndlum in New York City. (NEA Telcphoto ) WARXIXCJ OIlDKIl In the Clianciry Court, Cliicka- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. J. A. Denton Plaintiff, vs. No. 9597 Ksther Denton Defendant. Tlu; defendant Esther IJenton Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in tlie court, named in the caption hereof and answer tile complaint of tlie plaintiff J. A. Denton. Dated this 31 dav of May, 1910. HARVEY "MORRIS, clerk By Pic kin Brig lit, D. C. Percy A. Wright, Ally, for Pltf. C. P. Cooper, Ally, ad Lllcm. G'l-8-15-22 IN Till: CHANCERY COUIIT Or MISSISSIIM'I COUNTY. AUKAN.SAtj OIIICKASAWBA DIST1UCT ilo^rtl of Directors, St. 1'rantls Lo»co District -------------- I'LAlNTll'i- — Vs. No liilKi W. II. licit]!, et al, and G'crtnlri Dclliuiuent Lands. Town Lots Jllocku, Ifailro.iils, Traiuroails •feleplionc l.ijic^. Tclcgnijiti T,inps| and Tower Lilios__. DnFKNDAMT'j UOMMIS.SIOKEU'S SALE .MITICi: i* |,,. n .|, r pivcn Hint ||, u ,„,. iS'iMi'"!'!!',' 1 1 l ,!';"" lli ''' i " l "' r '." cuini.liiin,.,' ll.o |;ni, duy of Mny. L lu'n;. Clm ry Oi ,,f n-li.) D^lri. . .M i s si ss Ark;u Baseball Standings SOUTJlfcRN LEAGUE " i.,;i. , :Vf. L. Atlanta ';' .. Nashville ', Chattanooga Memphis . .. New Orleans Mobile Birmingham Little Hock . J,) 2«1 30 311 34 33 3U •10 41 Pet. .1)57 .S31' .522 .SD1 .K'J. .'lli.') Batteries announced. for Caraway were not Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Open Date. NATIONAL IK.YGUE I'ittsburgli ;\l Boston. St. Louis at Brooklyn. Chicago at New York, two. Cincinnati at Philadelphia, two. AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia at Chicago. Washington at St. Louis, night. New York at Detroit. Boston at Cleveland. NATIONAL Brooklyn . St. Louis . Chicago Cincinnati 13oslon Pitlsburgh". New York . Philadelphia LI: A out: \V. Ij. Pet. .... M 21 .«:« :M 24 •a mi 31 31 :is 30 AMERICAN. LEAGUE W. L. Boston . New York . Detroit . . Washington SI. Louis . Cleveland . Chicago , Philadelphia .5-1!) .5 no MS , .-!'.!!! .•I'21 .-i'JJ Pet. .72!) SOT .5611 .Mb .411 .-ill .•Kill Tigers to Play Baseball With ' Keiser Sunday The Blytlievillc Tiger Independent, baseball train will i;o to Kci- scr for a return game there li- imirrow with the Kclsfr ludciien- cients. In lii[. first ^nine between liie.se teams nlythcville defeated them by a 10 lo f> mnrgtu. MaiiMsrr Monroe Be;!larse's Timers have ..von ."even out of cixlil Ktnrls; ihis .season. UisiiiK only io C:"''i1 '""xrjll.. 1-si Plinday. Probable starting lineup is: Miirlm (irilfen. c. Billy Meharg. ib Bill Uclong, ss Jack Lafilte. If A. C. Bunch, cC Fred I'errj 1 , rf Frank Ellis. |) Yesterday's Results SOUTIIKKN LEAGUE Mobile 4. Memphis 3. Atlanla 0. Nashville 4. Chattanooga at Birmingham, rain. New Orleans :i. Little Rock' 2. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 5. New York 4. Brooklyn 7, St. Louis S. Boston 3, Pittsburgh 2. Philadelphia 2. Cincinnati I. AMKUICAN LEAGUE Detroit 6. New York 2. Wnshhigtoii 4, St. Louis 2. Boston 1, Cleveland 0. Philadelphia 5. Chicago 3. The oldest known printed document was : .-printed from \V. blocks*-'by Watig Ohieh, a Chinese; n 8G8 A. D. WARNING OllDKil Paul E. Johnson is hereby warned o appear in the Chancery Court, foi (lie Chickasawua District, of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint filed against him therein by Pauline N. Johnson, and upon his failure so lo do, said complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as Clerk of sai;! Court and the seal thereof this f>th day of June, 18-16. HARVEY MOH111S, Clerk. Held, Evrard & Roy, Attys. for PUflf. Oscar Fendler, Ally, ad Litcin. 6:8-15-22-29 I'.ock Total Tax '-, I'cuaUy To. Tax, rc»alty Cost Chicago Mill & Addition V. M. Mcr':,r],i.i,l Lumber Co.'s to Blythevillc 11. HieliUnil n. I'liiiiii . Ailtlition to Elytlicvlllc ljiu-n is s ii .r,() 1.11:1 .ar, s. I'laCR .Second Artditlon To niythcvllle », .Sii !.„( 7 arid S',i "I « IS 7.50 I.SS '2-, Olill Original Survey to lilythcvnic A. S:ilit>Li -IT, U.OI> l.ii;! .^T, .« :iS Idle Il»lgllt3 Aildltioil to IMythcvillQ i« li.Jllfc-llIT -I <} II.UO .7:1 .^". -I.I'll .i.! s:,!,, ,vi!l ln> i:,.l lu , Mi.fy , ,rl I .-.,,!- ,1,1,- 111.' I "! tnn.l ,,•,',! INI , ,i..> il ami l.luc-k »,i;l la.V.- M-|'; III Hie 1'i-olMlc Cnui-t for the Cliick- sisawlui Di.slricl, Jlississippi t.'oun- ly, Ark. In tlie mutter of Hie I-Ishiic of Simon r. Lee, I>eceascil. N'UTICl! OF AD.MlNlSTiiATlON" Notice is hereby given that letters of Administration were granted In the undersigned upon tlie K:;late < 1 Simon I 1 . Lee, deceased, on the in day of May ISMii by the Prohidc Court for the Cliickasawiia District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. All persons having claims or demands against said estate must present thorn duly authenticated, lo the nnd'jr- slgiicd for allowance before the end of one year from the (iay of graniing of said letters. U not to prc",enled within such time, they wil! lie fur- ever barred; and tiio^e claims presented within six months from the date of said letters will have priority over those, after lapse of such six months. Dated this the Mill day of June 1910. C. O. SMITH Administrator of the Kslatc of Simon P. Lee, Deceased, CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Cottt So Little" | V Week Days: Starts at 7:30 p; m. r Last Time Today DOUIILi; FEATURE "DUDE COWBOY" v.iUi Tim Holt "ADDRESS UNKNOWN" with ran | I.ukus anil Maily Chijsltaii Serial: "Kaiilcrs of Ghost C'ity" No. 11, also Cartoon. SATURDAY OWL SHOW OWL SHOW STAIITS UiliO p.m. 'MUMMY'S CURSE' with Lou Cliuney Serial, "(.';iptuin Amt-nea" No, 1 Also Comedy CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For u quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List your properly with me. My commission is 5%. \ have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 So. Second Phones 41C or MM Top Prices for Cattle, Hogs Short haul — Less shrinkage and no commission means more money for your livestock. LEO SWIFT Phone 3458 BUTCHER'S ABATTOIR Sunday and Monday 'SAHARA' with Humphrey Hogart and Bruce JScmielt Aisi> News and Cuniedy lialiy Chicks $1.00 <o 512.00 p«r 100. 3 days (o •! weeks old—At Store Feeds and Supplies. WANTED prices. Elevator Feed Store N. 4tll Broadway at KK Crossing J. J. Field, Mgr. Terry Abstract & Really Co, Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 1 Read Courier News Want Ads. Ncillier harmful bine nighlshnde is ])olalo and many ous Dlr.nls. nor nsi'ful, tin related to Hi deadly poir.on- i "MAKE IT A MILLION!" r*"^" 1 " T ^^»^^^»^^^»»M»^"^"» GO TO COLLEGE, TRADE OR BUSINESS SCHOOL FREE.' , Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan «5' T<D * S*"* 0 * We Deliver Anywhere . «1 Mr* J. M. (Mao) Williams, *w=*r Gfenooe BUf. Aflcr a 3-yoar cnliiilmonl in Ihe new Regular Army Y OU may havo tip lo '18 months ol oduca- Uon in Iho b\isincss or trade school or college ol your choice, for which you arc c^ualilied. with tuition and living allowance paid—if you enlist boloro October 6, 19-16. Over throo-quartcrs nl a million have joined up already. MAKE IT A MILLION! Gel all Iho facts at your nearest Army Camp or Post, or U. S. Army Recruiting Slalion. " 4 COOD JOB FOR Y*U U. S. Army . • CHOOSE THIS FINE PROFESSION NOWI Uoom :i05, Federal Bldg, Jonesboro, Ark. FELIX A: CARNEY City Ra'dio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phono 2407 CHAMBLIN SALES CO, Sales Studebakcr Service WE BUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS L«x Chamblin Bn i chamblin Phono 2195 ----- R?.i!ro?.'J & Ash Sta. WANTED Clood automobile mcoluinir. Would pay 75c per hour for medium nu-ciiaiiic or SI for tip top man. .Must know how to handle I'lcctric welder and torch. We will guarantee 11 hours work per day al Icusl five days a week, and vi-ry likely can give you lit; u> 77 hours a week. See JESSE WEBB ALFALFA MILL ,1 - T Phone 2917 IF IT'S INSURANCE « 2311 | For Complete I'rotection • ACCIDENT & HEALTH • HOSPITAUZATION • FIRE • AUTOMOBILE • LIABILITY • BURGLARY • PLATE GLASS •TORNADO • SURETY BONDS • AVIATION FIRST NATIONAL I INSURANCE AGENCY 108N. 2nd CHAS. tsri'iXER WRESTLE 4 ^^ Blytheville Legion Arena Monday, June 24, 8:15 p, m. Adults, Me, Tax fir—Total -Ii'ic. Kcsrrvcil Seals ill-, Tax 3c—Total, lac. Children's bents Kc, Tax 3c, To I a I, ISr. Reserved Seals on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on Bill Canny and Chino Ming VI. Ted Bell and Black Hornet Also 2 One-Fall 30-Minute Matches BLACK HORNET vs. BILL CANNY TED BELL vs. CHINO MING MAKS A Call us up soon, and lei's set a day for overhauling your tractor and other farm equipment. Waiting 'til the last minute is mighty dangerous business that might lead to delay*] Now's the time to get your name oR OW advance icrvice schedule. McCORMlCK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY BlythevHU, Ark. Open 7; Starts 7:30 p.m. AIR. CONDITIONED Last Time Today 'Song of Old Wyoming' wiih Kililic Dean ami Al LalCuc Heriiil: "Jungle Itniders" Also Shorts Saturday Midnight Show Starts 10:15 p.m. Face of Marble \silli John CamuUnc, Wiley Ilesl Also ShorLs Sunday nn<J Rlmiday Continuous Slinw Sunday The Enchanted Forest i wilh rilmunil Lowe, Brenda Joyce I rnraniDiint News ^~rJ. I Also Shorls > i > I RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: i Box oCfice opens at 7:00; Picture !? starts at 7:15. Last Time Today ; "Call of the Prairie" | with William Boyd as 'Jloiialong if "Cassidy" Sixth i-hnplcr -The Haunted Ilarfitf Sunday and Monday 'Spiral Staircase' with Dorotlr, McC.iiiro, GcnrRC Brcnli: and Kllicl Barrymorc New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVEUY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday ISox Oiicns Week Days 7:09 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showing "Comfortably Cool" Saturday Kcpubiic iiictiirc— 'Sunvalley Cyclone' ivilh Kill Klliotl as lied Kyilcr. Serial and C'anicily Acuivission 14 C and SOc SATUKIIAY OWL SHOW , Columbia INrlurc— ---^ 'Talk About a Lady' with Jinx Talkcnburg This Comedy Admission He and 30 Sunday and Monday MGM Picture— 'The Harvey Girls (In Technicolor) with Judy Garland and ,Iohn Ilo Ncns and C'oincdv

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