FRIDAY, MAY 23, "i Saliba Nine Loses Ca ™ thersville To Pill Peddlers Sam Johns and Eich Nines in Tie for Top Spot in 'Y' League Sportsman Lands Large Black Bass George Glozer, Cnruthersvilie sportsman, hit the fisherman's jackpot Wednesday afternoon when he landed a six and one-quarter pound. I 123-inch black bass in Pemiscoi 1 County. Mr. Glozer stated that he was •Behind tlie two-hit pitching «f Mr ' Glozer stated that he was Sril Fisher, Owens Drug Hummed " sln ? " '' (!al fl « h s ' 3 " at »"> U»>o fSAJSaliba Wholesalers 5 to 1 in lie l!md(?(l ll 'e "eranddiult!/", He th(.~first game of the lilvtheville slntc ' 1 lhal ho ""w'e the trip to the from their first place perch nndj threw them into a two-way tie] th(Tfirst game of tlie lili'The'viHe slntc ' 1 lhal he »"wle Hie tri t Y's City Softball league last nichl 1>e "" sc °l W »«"'S alone but that at Walker Park. I tllei ' e »'" s °"e oilier while man, Tlie loss evicted the Wholesalers " nd n Nc B''° woman present at the •om tlieir first ninro i*,rM,' n i./'i; tinle tlle bns s was limited. Mr. Glazer's eaten is (lie Inrftrsl The held jointly by tlie Sam Johns Auto Associate Store iu Carntlicrs- nine and Loy Eich. '" ~~ ' ' ' " The Owens nine Jumped on iila;-- vcry Don-is, inirler for (he Wholesalers, for seven hits, bunching four of them in the third frame for four runs. Their other tally came i n the sixth stanza, wlion Junior Crowe. Owens' left fielder .slammed a triple into deep left field and -Fisher sncrnflced him . home. Saliba's lone tally came in the third canto when 'Billy Del/on;:. Owens' third baseman Jugletl i.;..uw luinii nuo a two-way tie] ""'• "'""is caicii is Hie In with the Druggists ror second place I ''^Ported thus far this season, in the, league standings. First place I eatch was weighed at the We is held jolntlv bv the Snm .iniin.;! Auto Associate Store in Cnriitm.-!.-.- ville and enlered in Hint company's big fish contest. Indianapolis Speedway And Drivers End Dispute •INDIANAPOLIS. May 23. (UP)-- Tlie dispute between Indianapolis' Speedway and organized "bin name" drivers and car owner, was settled on a compromise today, paving the way for many of them to _ . j.,6^^ , k compete in the 500-mile Memorial slow roller off the at of c. Devils, i Dn V race Saliba right field, ana his wild- There was no Hat increase in tlie throw to first enabled Devils to reach second on tlie same play. •Devils scored when Armstrong. Owens' catcher attempted to pick him off at second, his throw going into center field. Ill another two-hitter, tlie Sam Johns' Smokehouse team swamped the cellar residing Ark-Mo Power Kilowatter s is to 4 in the final game Inst night. L. W. Filziiugh, hurler for the '-'-—' nine completely baffled the '.o hurlers while lie and his mates were slugging s. Gnr- ..itcher of the Kilowatters. for 11 safeties. However, the Kilowat- ters' miscties were more costly than Postponed Softball Games To Be Ployed Tonight J. P. Gairott, secretary of the City Softball League, iinnounced today that llic softball unities, thill were rained out Tuesday night would be plnyed tonight'staitiiiK at B:00. The first game will find Charley's Electric playing Hays Store nml Loy Rich «m meet Phillips Motor In the filial tilt. Mr. Carrot I slated that much conroversy has arisen among the teams al game time as lo which team would represent the home smuid. In answer to the questions that have arisen eoncernini; this issue, he pointed out, lhal at the time Iho softball committee drew up the schedules they designated which team would be considered as the home team and which would be considered as visiting team and all games would be played accordingly. Hnys Store and Phillips Motor will represent the. home teams in tonight's tills, he said. Two cames will be played Tuesday night with Loy Eieli mecllng Hays Store and Phillips Mol'or playing Saliba Wholesale. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. New Orleans 20 12 Mobile 24 15 Chattanooga 21 17 Atlanta lli 19 Nashville H IS Hirmingluini 1623 Memphis 13 20 Little Kuck '14 23 PACT AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Uotn.it 1711 Boston , 17 12 Clcvclujid 13 10 Chicago . ..' lli 15 PlUIiuli'lptitu 14 15 New York 13 14 I WasllillKlHIl 11 IS St. Loots 10 19 the Johns hitting. •Bill Wixson. flashy short slop nf the Johns' nine, U.M his Icain at the plate, slugging out Hire singles In five IrijK. Fioush's double and Brocks' single, constituted the KilcwaHei-s' only two hils. Sam Johns ... Loy Eich Owens Drug . .. Salibu Phillips . ; Hays Store ... Charley's Elec. Ark-Mo The Stamlms;, W. Pet. i.mo i.ooo .G«7 .«C7 .SCO .001) .01X) YOU RE GOING TO THE S£AS*°*V <=*A~~ %$$:& •?^3fe PRAIRIE ^ ••*•»! •T\r*i i^ • v- CHICK YOUR CHR.. \Ve sire eqiiippcd to service y o u i- c a r (juickly and cl'tti-tonl- ly regardless of make or model. For Kinooth, safe vacation driving stop today for our expert check-up S KELT ON MOTOR COMPANY Sales ~ Service 119 W. Ash Phone 438 Liquor Monopoly Ruling Issued by Atty. General MTILE RCCK, Ark., May 'J3. (UP) — The Arrinnsns HPVCIHIC Coininisslon today licl<| (lu> bucking of Ihc nttorney Koiipial's <i'llco that il.s regulation of liquor per mils docs n»t consliltitc a mono- Poly. The opinion wns written ycstcrdnv by Assistant Atty. Gen. Arnold Adams al tlic request or Carl H. Ilolman or Fort Smith, forvinnn or the Sclrastlan county Ciranrt Jury. Holinan asked IT Hip revised beer, wine and llciuii- rngnlntions did not create a monopoly. Adams said [Hal persons or firms entering into an agreement, to re- Sntnte prices ai'e guilty of restraint of trade. But. he added, the sovereign Slate of Arkansas Is not. prohibited by Ituv from doing the same 575,030 purse. However. Wilbui Slinw, Speedway president, ropcatec his persona] promise to award :i; much additional pri/c money "ar Hie traffic u'il! Lear." NOW at— Liberty Cash Grocery Downyf/ake Donurs Givl the family icmerhing lo grow 01. 9law on. bcrwcco meali. DOWNYFLAK.E Danuli ore rich in hones1-ta goodntfii noumhmenl -rolla like dream donuri. !r>o. Tho DOVVMV. FIAKS machine mokei 'em right belor* you - ticth ond holl SCI THEM MADE 47. .. Main Domitg Dozen .... Sugared Donuts Dozen Rlazcd or Frosted Dozen 30 35 C 40 Chicago . New York 'Host on . .. Hrooklyn . Pittsburgh . I'hiladelhpia Cincinnati . NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. n 12 15 11 16 13 15 13 13 12 10 IB 13 IB Pet .084 .015 ,553 .480' .433 .4101 .39-1 Pet. .1)07 .586 ,5li5 .51G .483 .481 .423 ,345 Pr.t. .K)8 .517 .552 .530 .SSO .4X4 .4111 10 10 Yesterday's Results SOUTHKKN IJiAOUE Nashville 9, 'Memphis 8 113 Innings). Mobile 0-1. Allnntn 1-1 <fir.U me 10 innings.) Binmnsilmtn 15. New Orlcnns 1. f.iltJe Hock 7. Chattanooga - r >. Many Arkansans Lose Lives in Accidents I'lTn.K JIOOK. .Ark,. May 23. IUM A [(,[„i ,,i 21 persons' met nrnilotiiu dcuth in Arkansas last nu'iitli. acrordUiK lo it report today by tin- State pollfe. Total for |lu« yer,r, iiicludhii: April, was 80 compared with 1U ">i' I lie Mime period lust yenr. The «'<'i>°rl showed 119 itccid'cnls lust month. AMERICAN LKAGUE Deti'cit tit New York, rain. Cleveland at Hoston, rain. Chicago at IMiiladelptna, rain. Only Dailies scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 1. Only game scheduled. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE 'Nashville at 'Memphis. Chattanooga at Little liock Mobile at Atlanta. New Orleans at Birmingham. (2). NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati nt Chicago. New York at Boston. Philadelphia at Brooklyn, nip.hl. Pittsburgh at St. Louis, night. AMERICAN LEAGCT: iHoston at New York. Chicago at Detroit. St. Louis at Cleveland, night. Washington at Philadelphia night. Tall Wife Charges Short Star With Concealing Long Income Figures HOLLYWOOD, May 23. (UP) — Tall Belly Jane Rooncy, 19, charged yesterday In n suit for separate maintenance that her diminutive husband, Mickey nooncy. formed a personal corporation to conceal his annual $250,000 film earnings from her and his first wife, Film Star Ava Gardner. Mrs. Hooncy asked the court to set nstde a property agreement dated Jan. M in which she agreed to accept $15.01)0 n year support for herself and their two children on the understanding that his income was only S3C.OOO a yenr. The agreement was to run 11 years. The former beauty contest winner is at her former home in Birmingham. Ala., with their two children, Mickey. Jr., 22 months, and Timothy. 3'i months old. 'Hie suit was filed by Attorney Leonard Wilson. As "Miss Biniiinnhani," the former Betty .Jane Huso met Rooncy when he was stationed at an army camp oitt.side of Birmingham In 1!)!4. They were marrie<l there Sept. 30. 1044. .They separated several months after Rooncy's discharge from the Army last fnl.. Because of man's persecution, the sea otter has changed from a lam] animal to a sea animal within the last century. thing. Hohnan inquired or a regulation by Revenue Commissioner otho A. Cook to the effect thai Arkansas retailers must buy their liquors from wholesalers licensed by and located in the stnte. Slays FRESH Longer! Tlie '•eoc.'k-crowlni'" hour In Bl- olii'iii ilmc-.s meant a specific hour, ui'BLiiiiiiiu in 3 o'clock In the morn- nig. Deaf Pupils Graduate I.riTLK ROCK.Mrk., May 2H. (Ur> ... TWO sludeni.s. Tummy Jo.- Moi'kham of lleebc and cieonm Wesley 'I'urner o[ uuie Hock, will "e fnidiiated from the Arkans-u; School jor the Deaf in Ultli! Uovl: thl.s morning. Awards will l>c prescnled by SHI>! J '>l>i> M. Wallni-e. Baseball Congress Plans Tournament in Pine Bluff WICHITA. Kan.. May 23. (UIM The 'National Unsebal! Congress to- sane! ktuts Emit '1'h been ball. Tills will. be. "on* of a Bcrtes ol dLslrhl .tournunenU .qualifying winners Into the state chnnipion- >ned illslrU't tournament at! ship event. day announced the appointment of. H. W. 'Herchei- ot Plile llluft as nmlsstoner nlf siurtlnii July 1. The win-] ill qimllly in me annual Ars sliile tournament at IVnt starllni; July 22. appointment i:rei'lcns]y lm;| I'ec'omniended by Clarence s of port Kmlth. state einu- mlssloner of non-professional Ijasc- We Guarantee RECAPPING with Hawkinion Treads Let Your Next Tires Bo GENERALS Cost More — Worth More MODINGER TIRE CO. 116 F. Main I'd one 2201 ST£W*RT'S POTATO CHIPS are good with SALADS CLUB (Formerly MMail* In) TUES. AND FRIDAY Orchestra Springtime is time! SKELLY ACCESSORIES FOR HAPPIER, SAfER, MORE ECONOMICAL MOTORING THIS SPRING AND SUMMER If yn« want a smootli-rnriTilnj; c»r, you mini h«ve high quality mccc'jjorlcs. Our line . . . llic complete SKULLY line . . . money-back guaranteed, Includci haia-rlei, spark plugs, \vlndihield wiper bhdeo, bulbi, fan belts, anil many others. Stop today for an accessory checkup. It's K ood sense to spend ccnls lo save dollars! Allen Petroleum Co. Phone 2005 TIONS CONGRATULATIONS to the Graduate—to the class of '47—for your outstanding accomplishments to date. May your future be as bright as your past—lighted with Enthusiasm, Good Health, Good Cheer and Happiness. 45 you continue along the road lo even greater achievement, it is with pride your electric servant (Reddy Kilowatt) marches by your side, ever ready to do your bidding in all things electrical. I'LL b<fe on riand to serve you—around the clock— • around the calendar. I'll light your home and place 6f business, play your radio end turn your electric mofor, heat your water and cook your food •—and perform a host of other jobs to make your, life easier, your work more profitable. And for all the jobs 1 do, you'll find my wages low 1 —usually only a few pennies a day. So from here on out, why not "live electrically and ENJOY the differ' ence." Just plug in—I'm Reddy. - Your Electric Servant' Reddy Kilowatt POWERCO. ft'st Our Business to Serve Von « OPIN NIGHTLY FOR DANCING Under New Management. Call 944 for reservations. Couples and Parties ONLY! Owned i- Operated by tiecrge Ford and W. A. "R«l" BickerslafT HOME SERVICE & STORAGE CO. ^ is pleased to announce th&t Mr. Richard Holt V£ Ims joined our stuff IAS carpenter ;m<l maintenance man. Call us to do tlf^t job yon can't do or want to do. Telephone 2801 Panama Hats Cleaned & Rcblocked Fur Remodling r The Johns Shop r.o:s w. Main ,1 New Theater Manila's Finest 8h«ws EVERY NIGHT -'' Matinee Salardmy * Banter •B«x Openi Week Day* 7:M ».•. Friday 'JUNGLE TERROR", witli Frank Ruck A!sn Shorts ' SATURDAY . Range Defenders" t "Three Mc.HtiuUc ALsn Sluirls SATUIl»AY OWL S "Strange Journey" a with 1'uul Kelly, Osa Selected Shoris Open at 7:00 p.m.; Starts 7:30 p.a Friday and Saturday "BORDER FEUD" with "Lush" I.aKuc Al "Fu7,iy M St. John Serial: "Daughter of Don Q Also Shorts Sntunliiy Midnite Show Si:irts al 10:15 p.m. "Philo Vance's Gamble" Allen Curtis, Terry Austin Also Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. ' • ^ :' Friday and Saturday "CODE of the WEST' with ; James Watrcn Cartoon * Charier 12 of "Federal Operator "9»" SATURDAY OWL SHOW •. "BIG TOWN" with -' ; ,?' Phillip Re«d and Hillary Bntke Abo Short '
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