THURSDAY, MAY 22, 104? BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEyffit' Yankees in 5 to 0 kin Over Detroit Joe DiMaggio Stars At Bat and Youngster Shea on the Mound NEW YORK. May 22. (UP) - gnch-crlticizcd New York r e been classed as a too-old" team, ami lust where they will finish in the 1!M7 campaign' depended today I'll the best players in these two The Yankees have failed to Click Iccause thiyr pre-war veterans fall- Id to return to former stardom and Ihe youngsters, groomed to replace |nem, have not yet begun to click There are two notable cxceplt n loe Dimaggio of the "old guard.' Ind prniilt Shea, hard-throwing loung right, linnder of the New IIK! both showed how vital thej to the Yankee cause in hist Jight's A to 0 victory over the first Detroit Tigers. Dimaggio. despite injuries whicl lobbied him last year and whicl: •clayed his start into the pennanl lice this year, remains the "old of the club and he never has jeinoiislrnted his value more vivid- thi.s .season than last night u-hen smashed n three-run double In e first, inning to start Shea off a pressureless four-hit victory |-'er the mighty Hal Newhouser. It was rookie Shea's fourth vic- liry against one defeat, whereas lewhouser suffered his fifth de- fat, I The Athletics ended a four-game VI)lie Sox winning streak by put- Ing across all of their runs in the Ighlh inning in a 5 to 2 triumph, lob Kennedy got one of Chicago's 1ms '-W.1 homer. 1 Hobo jttwsom pitched the Sena- lirs to%?7 to 3 victory over the frowns' at Washington. 1 The Cards became even more involved In their last place |lemmn when slump-stopper Har- Breclfcen failed against the Dod- Irs and yielded a 10th inning run Jhich produced a 4 to 3 Brooklyn (ctory at St. Louis. Brecheen, vic- r over Brooklyn nine times out 11 previously in his career, yield- the winning run when Pete leiscr. Carl Furillo. and Cookie Jwagelto singled. Del Rice hit a f'o-run Cardinal homer. Relief |tchcr Hugh Casey was the win- for Brooklyn. |The Cubs took over first place In e National ahead of the idle a»ts with a 2 to 1 victory over Phils al Chicago behind Rookie Joyle Lade's six-hit pitching. • New York at Cincinnati in the |itional and Cleveland at 'Boston the American were rained out. Right at Home Championship Games In Dart Ball Become Very TanglcdCompotition A three-game play off to decide the second half chumpiomh!-) in llx 1 Blythcville Y intei-chu.rU iluvt tall league bef.vi'cn the First Cluis- tlnn team and lhi< "!rsl Prer.byte- I'lnns will in- held in (he Y rooms tonight. The First chrl.itian tonia tiofeai.C'1 the. Presbyterians .in last week's ynine.s to throw Uio two teams into a lie for second-half Ignsjue Icail. Tlu- Cluisltans won the first-half championship and a win by them lonililH would crown them clly cbiimpions. but should Ihe 1'rrs- byterinn.-i win, n city cliiiinplo'ishli) pluy-ofi bi-iivi-en the ^«'o UMUIIS would \,c held. Championship Match Hia/eah Track Gets Best Choice of Racing Dates TAI.! AH'ASSEE. Fin.. May 22, (UP) —.Mhiini's llialeuli race course was assured choice racing dales nf Ibe 12"-d:i_v sc-nson in a legislative bill which became law today. The measure KIVCS , the truck producing the highest lax revenue. 1 ; its chokv of racing dales. Joe Baksl, right, of the Pennsylvania coal hell lunches with. Lawrence Plover at Leigh, Lancashire, Knj>lar-d. It is port.-ctly plain that heavyweight championship romciuliT ami labor director made descent into pit. Keiser Boy Scout May Lose Leg As Result of Injury at Camp Tennis Stars Compete NASHVILLE. IVnn.. May 22(UP> —I'auliiii' ttely. pluy.s Mrs. Ba- i'f\h Palfrc-y Cnoke-, ;\iul Wolliv Vutl Horn mroLs Hill 'Milter In prnfcs- sioiml tennis mutches hovo lotl:»y- Fiain fon:od pustiKtiirmriit of the matches Iroin yostordnj'. LEPANTO, May ''2L\— Hoivard i Wood wai'tl, son of M .•. a tul ftl r.s. ' Jarncs Wco<hvai'c) of nc-n;- Lc;>aiilo nieiiit>er .of the KtrijOr Boy Scout Troop, Hes buttling life in si Mciuplii;; huipil as a result of him while on for hi- ii;; huipilul (utiay cliff twlnf; in an camping irip at Sardis Lake, Miss., As doctors decide whotlicr ov not to amputate the ll-y?:'ir oltl Cub Scout's leg, members of the Kei.scr troop keep a watchful vigil n\ r L i v their injured comrade. MHinljoi.s ci( the troop want Hownr .1 to liuve a merit badge for couiMtj'?. 'I'lie troop hud just gone lo S,\v- tlis Lake for the cm tin j when the tragedy occurred ami li:imcdiLito]y the injured lad was removed lo n Memphis hospital for ii't:a(n)i v nt. They had planned to ;; > to a cru:ip in North Carolina after t!ie Sarchs outing. KVC.TV ^ncmbcr of the? iron]>, along with oilier friends .t:i'J reUHivcs, were at the hospitid t-> offer blood for transriLskms after word hud bscn received that infe/:lion hatl ^cl ii\ and surgeons fearod tlial UIL* lad's leg would have to be amputated. Howard lincl already pussi'd Cnb'Rain Heavy Strawberry Crop Seen Despite Spoilage PORTLAND. Tcnn.. Alay 22. *U — Clear weather brou^hl npiv hojic today to the highland rim's .strawberry growt']\s who hsivo been ed with low prices, spoiled and fi shorlai:c of pickers. The ht-aviest harvest of (he new season wns expected. Menmvhile, Jinudreds oT eralcs o! strnwherrios from tlic 'Iiip.sttay pick \vere consigned to the dump heap water soaked aiui .spoiled by lh< rain while fl\va Sling processing Scout honors and was ncimittrd into the reguhir Scout Troop last March. Il'c was working to achie.'o his next rank in Scouting when th.) accident, occurred$350 Million Foreign Relief Bill Is Passed Too Late to Classify Wanted To Buy Hni.y w<].i : ;,7i~ri'n^^Ts'Munr WASHINGTON, May 22. (UP) — •Yesterday's Star — Joe Dimaggio Congress yesterday completed action on an emergency 5350,000,000 foreign relief bill nntl sent it to the White House. Both chambers approved a con- ths Yankees, who set lip a 5 0 rour-hlt victory over Detroit rookie prank shea -with a three un double FKYKKS 2 U>. nv 1'lione :i!72. For Safe ra.ne. S5c tlulivcrccl. I!iiiy7i)(-k fl:ilchory, 5-21! ck 20 from llu kept most of (lie plckci'b fields yc.'ilerdny.' Council Rejects Airport Proposal Tennessee City Seeks , Profits from Safe of - -V Electric Power to Citizens Osceola Aldermen Turn Down Move To Lease Big Field | TULLAHOMA',' Te'nii^^MRy 22. <UP)— Tullnlioma ciitata Voted today In a referendum thai had the I effect of deciding whether the : city .would build Its own nmnlclpnl,|>qw- for plant or continue to IMS" power ! from the Tcmiessee ..Valley •Author- I ity. The actual proposal was whether OSCEOLA, May 22.— The Oifoola (he city should issue SBOO.OOO In Ciinmbi'i' of Commerce's Hrst nisi.'or project was turned down l>y the city council this week as the executive Undy turned thumbs down on the Chamber's proposed municipal nlr- pnil program. The program called lor tho rcm- vorslon of the former Hlylhevlllj 1 Army Air Kli'UI mixlllaiy Held three miles North of Osceola. into u mu- bonds for the purchase of general hu; equipment. The power question iinjEe recently when city officials declined to sign n :iaw standard TVA contract, saying th^y wantcii profits from power operations tinned into thi> city's Bencr:il fund ralh r er than being '^L'd to induce power rules. I'.mline Ha/ 1 Ijic ilalo in Now York tin-si- i former heavy Wfij;hl chanipi.Ki, and fi irn.l is a tlt:mi|uoii*lii]> mulch. Tin- llhlist wuiucn's tennis clKiitimuti recently t CJrltiy | •ostcrdny. Tlie \v:i«e scale paid by «mlrnc- \ consl.si ,,t ors has lieen $1.25. One conlriirlor said he'd be willing lo pay the In- •rease lo skilled carpenters but nli- lected to paying it lo all. ;lits is J;iek nnnpsi'y ;in> womlcrini; it tlii U linn-Uine niiUuny noil professional. •tick's oil sandpaper ishrcl (lint, j'ui'iu't, or the olei'U'ii; [unmet 1 , The Bay «t KumJ.v nli'lpiil ulrporL for the cily. 'llu- Chamber <jf C'om.nci'cy pl : o|Hise<l I hat tlic 1 city ussLinn llvj li-.ise on the fluid now held by the Civil AiTunaullcs Atliiilnlsl: -ili</.i. The lease would huvo culled vrjt an an r nnrtl exju'iuliture of Sl.HIiO by Ibe <ily. Arthur Houi'is, unsldam of llw Cliambci'. Ur. Cicoriio Ome and J. K. McCnnls, both membi'v.i mill air I'nthu.siasts, expluincd lo tlic coun- ril tliiif In Ihe early months I bo nlipiirl could not be -.'Kiit'Ctril to be Mlf-:;uslalnins! UuL Ilia", [(luollni 1 mid service sales were rypL'irtf.'tl tj dclr.iy n luriin poilion . f the annual '•usl. \n the fnUii'e. thvy ^olnlcd onl, llu- project shoujd bi'come Ki'll- supporllng. Dr. Cone slated thai llu' Ah pott Ccimmlltuo would conllniio Us work h. iillcmiilliiK to obtuln air fi'.cill- llrs fnr O.sceola but polnl<!tt out thill !•>. fm'thtT plans (or pu-hlni; the projecl have bivn mud':. Patriotic Rose MKMPUfR. Term., May 22. (UP --The mansion U.MX'I as hetuiqi tcrs by Ucni'ial Ciran 1 . ilurlni! hi occupation of Memphis suddenly found lUt'lf with another remainder of the federals today: An ancient rose int-ih on Ihe uniunds spnmtcil red, white and blue roses— nil at the sinne lime.. For Rent chambers approved ference committee report adjiiii- i ing dlferences between House an.l i Senate versions of Ihe measure. The senate approved it on a mm- ! nimous voice vote a half hour ait"!' the House voted 288 to 80 for :i. Chairman Arthur II. Vandenbcrs of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee told the Senate that he understood the man likely to be | appointed admiuistratior hart hr>! ' "very wide experience in administering Red Cross affairs" abroad during the past 25 years. | He did not nnmc the man. House members reversed their earlier action which cut S150.000.- 000 from the total of relief goods' I to be sent to Austria. Greece, Hun- I gary. Italy, Poland, China and 1 Trieste. They accepted a Senate- House Conference committee agrcc- - aaamst headwinds, from Cali- .«>«'*, to authorize the full amount ina'to Ihe Gulf of Mexico after. ask « l "V the President. nstiug seven minutes flying over House .approval of the conference 'pacific tp escape the California.'action followed a declaration by •rcast He ''claimed -342 i miles per . Chairman Charles A. Eaton of the •;r acai'ist the Constcilation's '340"-Foreign Affairs Committee that '. rag e. | the full amount is needed to meet 'he'SC-6 is designed for South growing threats of starvation ri(|5' service by Pan Amen-, disease in Europe and China. )C-6 Pilot Biames Coastal Weather or Flight Delay 'Fla., May ' 22. (UP) — jipt. Frank J. Havelick of Butte, out., who went two miles per faster than Lockheed's Con- lellntion which set a transcon- ental speed record last week. nned headwinds and California tr.ther today for his failure lo the Constellation's time of six liiis an 59 minutes. plavclick landed his Douglas Wanted to R*nt Clarksville Carpenters Strike; AU Building Halt CLARKSVILLE. Tenn.. May 2? (UP> — Construction work her was at a virtual standstill todaj \vitb carpenters slaying off IhH jobs to emphasise Ihcir denunul 'or a Ifi-ccnt an hour wage crease. The walkout began Tuesday «nd was nearly 100 per cent by lal'* How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly In Place Da your false teeth nnnoy nnd embarrass by slipping, dropping or wabblinp- when you cat. laugh or talk? .Just sprinkle a little FAS- TEETH on your plates. This alkaline (non-aciri) \xjwilcr holds false teetli more flrnly and more comfortably No gummy, gcoey, pasty tusto 01 feeling. Docsn'L sour. Checks "platf "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEF.TH at any drug store. and |n Grace Airways. The Constella- vvill soon begin four-hour ser- belwcen iMiaini and New York! 'astern Air Lines. I "W~ • Beefsteak mushroom gets its name because of its resemblance to a piece of rare and juicy beefsteak. JIM'S GRO. & MARKET (Formerly II. R. Akin) 1100 South Clark St. -Open On Sundays— For Your Convenience! (\Vc nre outside the City Limits) Complete Stock Fine Staple Merchandise Featuring Name Brands -Quality Grade Meats- f and Midwest Dairy Ice Crearn Whatever You Need Shop at Jim's Grocery and Market 1100 South Clark Street Phone 3939 Give Your Car A 'New' Appearance For This Week Only A Complete Paint Job on Any Make or Model Passenger Car Bring Your Car in Today LEE MOTOR "sALEs7inc" 305 E. 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