The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1944 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 18, 1944
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leading Nashville Vols last nlghl. when they dropped a series-closer to Hie Chicks at, Atlanta,>G to 4, The Crackers three-run rally in er 'Marshall. The New Orleans Pelicans as- Vjfeich Broffiers Win Tag ' Kneilsen and Roberts *' Take First Fall But Lose Two Others ' Individually, Ihe Welch brothers lire•'• hard-to: beat. Put them together as a team and they're eveii rnpre formidable as Stocky Knell-' sen and Rough Red Roberts can attest following their engagement at the American Legion arena here last night when the Welch boys came out on . top . In the feature tag'match. Getting away to a bad start, the '-Welch pair had lo lake the second and third falls In succession ami this is what they did slier losing the-first when Roberts clamped n body pin on Roy Welch and Knell' sen: employed body slams lo take Ihe 1 , measure ot Joe. The time was 20. minutes. 'To wiii the second fall and even the. score, Roy threw Kneilsen in five minutes with body slams. Resorting to eye gouges mid body slams Roberts managed to get Roy \Velch out of the way, then cn- EaBed Joe,' who shipped a "tumble bug''hold on his'opponent lo flnl- tfit him is 10 minutes. ,'An arm snatch and body pin proved Kncilscn's undoing as Joe Welch scored first blood in the third fall. The lime was nine minutes flnd Ihe veteran Roy needed but one additional minute to take Roberts with "monkey Jllys" and a^body pin. * iii Ihe picllmlnary, oiie-fnll matches between "Roy Welch and, Roberts was exceedingly rauijh but I Welch managed to finish on lop in seveiuminutes with,body slams IK™' '^""M"' , , -and a body pin. I „ ff nlB ," J 01 thc Ar kansas nggrc- — ; I gallon. Swan got three lilts out llicm n long triple. Opposing Bensley in the, pitchers' i:ox were Until, who pitched two Innings, and Edgar, former Newport smilhpaw who is now with the BAAP teairi. Edgar finished Iho Btune nnd exhibited n good 1)11 of 'sluff", but was bothered by lack of :onlrol. It Is not yet known who the next opponent will bo. ;url Army Air Field was lo play hero' Saturday Memphis Ghicks Defeat Atlanta As Series Ends By United 1'ress Thc Atlanta Crackers missed a t, 0 j ;::' •• .*;•"-• •"""-» w»u nua good chance to gain on thc league- ™ Jw) " 1 e '" wr llRlld . has li»d <---"•-- —....... — . ... over 400 amaleur bouts llirouiihoul Ihe counjry. The Crackers three-run rnlly in .„'£, c "° n ™ J"nmy Blvlns, lilgh the last of the ninlh inning fell '"' kln f P™ ^°«als, both of whom fliort of overtaking the Chicks, ll)c ,' °'"' "^''f, Williams' de-vnsl- wlios e victory was credited lo pitch- anmtcu s * thcy WCJ ' e ft " 11 JJLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Ring Star Joins Boxing Team Of BAAF 'The newest member of the BAAP Boxing Team Is Pvl. Johnny Wllliums, Negro soldier of See- lion P. Williams, a clever boxer who lilts . Among his victims Manrlcllo and Jlmmj wcre Tarn I Blvhis, anmleurs. The sinned the'roTe"o'f"(!laiil"kmers"ns iiiw'YLt' 5 ! 1 ' 5 ! ,^ 0 lulxllll "T giuto- Ihcy unleashed a wealth of balling' •V' u 75 KMow each, power lo trip Nashville, 14 to 8.' _ A "™klacc of beetles' cans is used Southpaw Joe Winficld went (he i.," lokc » ot love »y unlives of the distance for Ihe winners, allowing. 01()mon Wands, nine hits and striking out five bat- " ~~— (ore. Tn the league's only oilier game, (he Mobile Dears continued to show improvement over (heir early play by tripping Birmingham, 1 lo 4. Mobile's third pitcher, Bill Thomas, wiis the winner. Keeping Up With The Men In Service Clifton Foisylhe, petty officer 2-c with the Navy, now Is stationed in the Marshall Islands, according to Information received by lits parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Forsylhc. He has been overseas for the past 10 months. f Corp. Aaron Williams, son of Mrs. Dora Williams of Rt. 1, Manila, is a member of a flight test TUESDAY, JU1-Y 18, 10-M <ti»j/ u ,,.>,'',i> itvi vi/ui«uuinu hitctkc- III Ihe Pacific", a menu whlrh downs and prc-f light Inspections of .would dim Ihe memory ot the tra all aircraft handled at the vast dltionnl Thanksgiving dinner at depot, these men make test hops home. A partial list of Ihe menu and ready thc fighters and bomb- includes cream of tomato soun e rs of America's evcr-increasini; air roast turkey, candied sweet nola armada for combat duty over, iocs, giblel gravy, clresshiK asnara- Fnrnce and Germany, gus, peas, salad, cranbe * b " v " a The three sons of E. H, Cooper | stuf ' cd olives roles, pic of Route 1, Luxora, arc upholding crl!Rln> the fighting tradition of their father, a veteran of World War I, where he served 22 months in the Army as n member of thc Heavy Field Arlltlery, with six and a half months service in France, AH three sauce and Ice , of tlic sons chose the Navy. J. D. WASPs Begin Training At Btythevifle Field Fourth Ferry Blanks BAAF In Memphis i The Fourth Ferry Command nine of Memphis, rlcfralcd the DAAF Baseball Team 5-0 In n game played there Friday afternoon. Lieut. Johnny Beoijcy, former Si. Louis Cardinal star, wns the chief factor in the Mcmphlans' victory, holding thc locals lo eight hits nnd pitching superbly whenever men were on base. The lending hitter from thc Bly- thovllle team was Fred Swan, Red an ( i second was won I The in 10 „ ,.„ „., „,..,„.. blocks and tiody slams lo plu (he broadshoiildcrs of Joe Welch. Crystal Rail Simllers KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP)— If Mrs. Dinah Marks, 24-yenr-old gypsy fortuneteller, had. taken « look In her crystal ball conceining her own future here recently she might have lefl Kansas City be- — ••••• •• '"•-*•* vmnj> fore she was fined $15 for viola- ' rllc Slullgnrl Army tlon of a city oralnance prohibiting scheduled ' foriuiietclllng. Mrs. Jinrks snld she did not know of thc ordinance. '•-•? Grimm-ace .. x--:,, . -Happy-go-lucky Charley Grimm takes baseball pretty much in stride, Managci docs a bit of mugging as Cubs emerge from basement. We have plenty of WHISK At all times! CEILING PRICES ' ALWAYS WHISKEY 315 W. Main S T O U K Phone 2331 and iignln Sunday, but were imnblo to fulfill Ihclr appointment. Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE I W. L. Nashville 9 3 Atlnntn 7 5 Birmingham '6 0 Chattanooga . ....... 6 fi Memphis . , .- . fi G Litllc Rock ' 5 7 Aiobile . 5 3 New Oilcans ......... 4 a AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. St. Louis . 48 37 New York . 43 36 43 .jo Washington 41 41 Cleveland 40 4-1 Detroit. . ...40 44 Chicago 30 41 Philadelphia 37' 45 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. St. Louis Pittsburgh Cnicinuntl New York .... Philadelphia . .. Chicago Brooklyn ............ Boston .............. 32 41 54 23 41 33 44 36 39 41 34 43 32 42 34 45 Pet. ,750 /.5S3 '.500 .500 JiOO .417 .417 .333 Pol. .505 .544 .518 .MO .410 .47 ii .•108 .451 Pet, .701 .554 .550 .488 .442 .432 .430 .405 Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night games: Memphis G, Atlanta 4. Mobile 7, Birmingham 4. New Orleans J4, Nashville 8. I Only games scheduled.) AMERICAN LEAGUK Open date. NATIONAL LEAGUE Open dale. Today's Games SOUTEIKIIN LEAGUE Memphis at Chattanooga. Birmingham at Nashville. Little Rock al Atlanta. New Orleans at Mobile. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis at. Brooklyn, night. Pittsburgh at Nciv York, night. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE lloslon at Chicago, night. New York at St. Louis, night. Philadelphia nt Cleveland, night. Washington at Detroit, twilight. Martha Washington Is the onlj woman whose portrait has appeared on the paper currency of the Unit ed Slates. FARM ADS Something Can and Will Be Done About Them With AS YOUR GOVERNOR —Political Advertisement .Have Equipment Fixed Now— PAY NEXT FALL Have tractors and farm implements overhauled and repaired, NOW while parts can be secured and our snops can do Hie work . . . DON'T 'WAIT KftR THF RUSH SEASON. We'll lake fall billingr on the charges! Delta lements. Inc. Two more Woman Air Force „ - j. -. •-. hervicc Pilots have arrived nt lhi> Cooper c.rn. 3-c, in service two BAAP and have already bcgu the r years, has been 19 months overseas, traliiins here. E Howard L. Cooper, seaman 2-c, en- 'Hioy are M!« POI-M r, lered thc service in rininim,. i... .,,.... ''"ricia Ken- Alvln recently ther a copy of Ihe iod at Avenger Field, Sweetwator, Ten. Both women were pilots In civilian life. The WASPs, u|K>n completion of training, are assigned to the zone of the interior as Instructors, target- towing plane pilots, and as engineering test pilots. They make possible Ihe release of Anny pilots for combat work. PILES? Is fa- Wni-gnrct Bereh of' Tuckatio'w" N menu j., both , )f whonl ^jusicom- Drop Everything for this Amazing Way! Doa't voiry Jf Mdlnarr uiclhi>]a Jlgjn. pointed rcu. El?. *t lioiuc, the tormtiltt usv<l br DOCTOHS BilIuccllTcly at note*] Tljotu-- Ion tc Minor CHufc. Ita ainazod how QUICK jour pile rain, ItctJ, iorene«s are relieved. (3et $1.00 lube Thocultm A Hfnor'a Rectal Olnl- mrnt lolay. Or g«t tUe eaty-to-a[iiily 'rhoru- Ion It Mlnw Heclal Sunpositorlei, only „ t,rf. cull more. Trr DOOTOItS' way TODAY. At all good drug stores everywhere —In Blylheville, al Klrby Drug. 1919 -1944 25 Years Young * Twenty-five years ago this week Hubbard Hardware Company opened its doors in Blytheville. During al! these years our store has adhered to its original policy of offering reputable merchandise at reasonable prices; of giving dependable service at al! times. i -p • * And this policy is "paying off" during these times of wartime shortages just as it has since 1919. Thanks to our record of continuous service to the'community: and to the friends we have made among manufacturers and jobbers during these years, we have repeatedly been able to secure merchandise not available elsewhere' . * Carroll F. Blakemore and the late L. R. Hubbard founded the company in 1919. Today Mr. Blakemore and G. G. Hubbard & Co. own the firm. Charles A. Perry is genera! manager. * To our friends and customers we say, "Thanks for your kindness and patronage which have made our first 25 years in business so pleasant. We're looking forward to serving you another 25!" 'Service Is Our Motto' CHICKASAW West Main Near 21st St. Sat. tUtts 12:45; Hun. starts 1:{5 Night shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens 6:45 Continuous shows But. and Run. ' Tuesday • ll BUDDY NITE f 2 Tickets Tor Ihe Price of 1 "RIVER'S END" Dennis Morgan & Elizabeth Eurl Selected Short- Wednesday & Thursday Double Feature "THE JUKE GIRL" with Ann Sheridan & Itonald Keaguii and "AFFECTIONATELY YOURS" with Rila flayivorlli A Dennis Morgan NeW Theatre Manila's Finest Shows Nightly 8:00 P. M. Matinees Snlimlay & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Tuesday "TROCADERO" with Koscmiiry I/.iuc SKIilAL & SHORT 1 Wednesday & Thursday "MADAME CURIE" with Grcei- Carson FOX NK\VS & SHOUT Open 7:30 Show Starti 7:45 Tuesday Only PAL NITE In Old Chicago with Tyrone Power & Alice Fayc Selected Shorts Wednesday & Thursday K'^Jf; MW**"."

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