The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 15, 1946 · Page 6
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PAQBIB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULY ID, 1940 Mobile Bean Defeat Barons vi nM i i^£ hem! i£flm Fi«btt»g Hard for First Division Berth 'ATLANTA,' pa., July is. <UP>— The Mobile Bears' dream of a first division berth In the Southern Association ^approached reality today with [the.club nestling only two and one-half games from fourth place largely because of the cousinly attitude of the Birmingham Barons., The Bears clubbed the Barons Into submission 8 lo 6 yesterday for the llth time in 12 starts against the North Alabama entry this season. Roy Nichols' two-nui homer sparked a five-run second Inning that offset n trio of Birmingham tallies in the same frame and enabled Joe Powers to go on lo victory with a little relief from Paul Minner in the ninth. Because of n pre-game downpour the contest was so delayed that a scheduled nightcap was called after three scoreless innings. The single victory put the Bears one game back of the fiflh-place New Orleans Pelicans and two and a half behind Nashville in Ihc fourth slot. Pelican SUidium in New Orleans proved just the spot for the Icaguc- leading but slumping Atlanta Crackers to get buck on the beam as big Bill Aycrs turnec\ In his. 10th victory, a neat six hit shutout as the Pelicans bowed 7 to 0. Lloyd Geai- hart's homer started the scoring with a ^homer arid the Crax sent Jesse D s amia to the locker room with a five-run burst" In the fifth. The same weather conditions that curtailed the Mobile program delayed proceedings in New Orleans nnd darkness caught the nightcap before the first inning was over. The Memphis- Chicks, who have been see-sawing with Chntfanooga for the league runner-up position, were back in second place after walloping the Lookouts in a doubleheader, 3 to 1 and S lo 2. The Chicks got four-hit pitching from Byron Cook in the opener while Elmer Ripple scattered'"nine blows effectively In the nightcap. The Nashville Vols traveled 14 innings to take an opening game from Little Rock, 4 to 3. The Vols twice broke the deadlock and the Pebbles .evened it up before the finish came ln s thc Hlh. Lee Anthony, who relieved Leo Twanly In the 12th, received credit for the victory and Wes Flowers was (he loser. Tlie Travelers bounced back to take the nightcap 3 to 0 when Lefty Al Hazel horse-collared the Vois on three blows. During the making of the movie "Sw.ell Guy," actor Sonny Tufts, left above, became chummy u-ilh !)-ycnr-old Donald Devlin, second from rijjht. Tufls ottered to set up a 310,000 trust fund for the boy, who is npjiearinj: in tlio movie with hjm, if Mr. and Mrs. John Devlin, above, the b'oy's parents, would let Tufts adopt him. Tlia Devlins refused, but llie.Kr,oui5 became close frie::da. Schools Reduce Indebtedness Educational Leader Says Figure to Be Materially Lov^cred. I.I'I'ILF ROCK. July IS. <Uf; — The non-bonded debt <>f local school districts In Arkansas will be paid almost in full this fiscal year, Unlph B. Jones, state education cdmmis- ' slonei 1 , announced liere. Jimi-s. In mi'kim; a report on the department's activities during the , past,liscul year, said the non-bonded , debt was reduced r>0 pc>- cent d«r- fnu the 19-15-1(1 year. I Other advances In (he cduca- I (Ion department listed by Jones included: The state teacher retirement system now has $4,000,000 Invented In I securities, a base which he said wil I justify legislation for .substantial ' Increases In benefits to disabled and retired teachers. The stale board of education allocated SIU.TOO.OOO In aid to local school districts for tlic next fiscal year, an incrotisc of 33,910,000 over ast year and a hike of $fi,HO,0(X) >ver the 1944-<t!i allocation. Through Hie department's cen- ,ralr/.cd purchasing system, government surplus property valued at approximately $1.5(10,000 was obtained for' schools, by donation or low prices which saved Hie .slate and local districts approximately $1 300,000. Tonight, Atlanta plays n doubleheader at Ntw Orleans ami ah- mingttam meets Mobile in n 7 )mir' in-'tlie latter city while the other teams piny single games against their same opixments. Lost Cane 4-H Group Elects Two Officers A meeting O f the Lost Cane '1-11 Club was held Friday with olifimd Veach presiding. Fifty-six ciub meinhers and two Senders were present. Frcdin Finchcr, song .clip lain, led the (jroiip In sinning. ' Reports were given b v the foi- | lowing group captains: Wayne Ciul- Ic-y. cotton captain, reported five: Robert V"ach. pii: captain. reporle<l 1.0; Riley shcckclfurd. calf captain, reported two; Harry Parks. corn cnptn'ln'. reported two: Kuskel Forristcr, potato cii])tain, reported two: Joyce Lutes, Biii-dcnlng and canning cnntaln. reported nlu«: June Veach .elolhini; caplain, rci- pcrtcd 15; Murlil Goodman, pmil- try captain, reported 1-1: Dovie £tanttU. room improvement ea;j- taln. icpmtiHl ihree: and Prcclia Finchcr, cookcrv capatin, reported 17. iL'ent. discussed stock judging. The two new officers elected al this mcellntr were: Billy Lewis. vice president; and Frcdia Flnchcr. song captain.' : Nine new members enrolled were i follows: p'cBuy Bourland, Joyce Jones. Hetty Joe Nlmmo. Eva Jeanette Harris. Trcva Estes. Gertrude I-orrisler, Tjavernc Lolt. Vet'non Crow and Jnanlla Statlur. Strange iMnney Hoes, rock .suit, feather bands. ax blades, shells, and sperm- whale teeth, are nmonjt the trti- cles' used as money in primitive culture. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, lum-.e deinoiislvntfon agent, discussed the control of bagworius on stimbiiiMy. W. O. Huwlb:it;er, assistant cminiy County title Demonstration PLAY TOURNAMENT DELL HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM UVdm'sdiiy, July 11 10:30 A. M. ADMISSION 25c We're for Modernization of Our Entire Store! ITS BEflLLV SERiOUSI The worldwide shortage of fats and oih to make soaps is desperate. We've got to depend on used fats from your kitchen, Mrs. Housewife! It's the only extra source v;c have . .,, We're going to completely remodel and thoroughly modernize our store. This will take about 30 days and when it is finished we will have one of the most modern stores in this part of the country. Temporary Office & Showroom During modernization operations we will occupy temporary rooms above (he slorc where we will have on display a small selection of Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry. Not So Tough Kielce Pogrom Plotters Pay With Their Lives WARSAW, July 15. (UP)—Viktor Gros/, government spokesman. 10- day announced lhat nine persons convicted of participation in Hit Klelcu pUKrom were executed '>v n firing squad yesterday within 'tha walls of the Kielce prison Instead of at a public ceremony as had ucon planned. ness and economic history In the University of Arkansas College of Business Administration, it has been announced by Duan Paul W. Milain. Dr. Hardin will assume his duties July 17, the opening day of Hie second term of the suiunn.i- .session. Joins U. of A. Faculty FAYETI'EVILLE. Ark., .July 15.. i Dr. Rector R, Hardin, 1'ov some time chairman oi tho dc-partment of economics and imsinc.ss at licrca College.- in Hc-rea, Ky.. lias atveplc-d an appointment as pivjfcxsor of oii Tlie big, 1)01(1, Dcarueo pirate, .lack Ilillman, turned sissy when !-year-old Gary I'utdin climlml into his arms and started pull- in|! bis whiskers. U occurred (lut'inj! Monterey, Calif., Centennial Hag-raisins ceremonies when cclebrjmls wore costumes »l wcsl coast's pioneer days. SWWMF. About Watch Repairs No watches will be Repaired but watches in for Repairs will be given out when com- pteted from our temporary upstairs location above the store. GUARD'S unless EVERY vsewffe a &«?!S3 &"#'• ,'»- ->s' MORE UStD TftTS are needed! So get back in the habit of scraping and skimming. Tell your neighbor to do the same. Every drop is needed for soap and, oilier peacetime goods. TURNlNMOftE OSEOfttlS «T/)$ FOR, 6VEIW POVNO Lucky Mayor WA'fERTOWN, N. Y. (UP) -When Colonial Airlines recently iuauguralca serevecle from Wiiali- ioetun, D. Q., lo ot'uxwa, Can., via. Heading. Pa., and Waterunvn, cli;ht lieadlni; inanufacturer;; sent Mayor Charles A. window a DOS containing: • ' ThiTc pairs of hard-lo-BM nylo;> stockiiiBS, a woman's rayon s'lip. a .set o( spark pluys. driver's glasses, cough drops, cigars, men's SOCKS and a white shirt. ICE COLD WATERMELON DELTA CAFE Highway G! Son Hi Jess Oiirncr, M$fr. ;nul {'lief Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service Calls a Tear Sll rs ID Electric Appliances Fully Citarantceii BLYTKEV1LLE SALES CO. (Where Courtesy Is Not n Memory) ].'« F.. Main St. IMidlie SIH5 1 n i 111 i in n « » n iiiiaiiiiiiii NEURITIS, ARTHRITIS, RHEUMAT5SM ThiMje thiro monsters hiwn ertisiut more pain and suf- tluiJnu tt\i! pust f>0 yours Mountain Valley has fi>njjht ferine than all oilier human ailments combmed. And them dny in nnd day out; :md h;is to its rrccUt ninny notable victories. Probably (i in fl ulussps of ihis iwln- rnl atkaliuu wuler may be the greatest blr.s.sm^ you have cvrr known. Try if for !)0 days- I'hone lor mier- eslinK HlcmLuro. Call 37-3f;G3, CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Hlytheville. Ark. B fl VI f* f» ODG& Protection *v Your Safely ami Com fort-* Your Present Car Investment TO (ill OVR FK/KiVn.S nml CllSTOMRKS —tlii.s is llio inosl itrjx^nl anil .sincere advit:^ wo can jiive you todaj-. "Keep Voiir Present Cur in Tt>]> Condition'" Of course \vo want to put yon in a now Dodge as riuirkly as wci ran. Hut irn sininly cnn't. ill) llml lit your oii'/i best advantage, i] yuli run tlon'n the. rondititin tif your present cur. Vi'liy? Rornnso tlic \s-ail may lie lorm— y«*irr prcst'ii! t'ttr is old ami yet you neM'd all tlu; driving saiVty and comfort you can fret. Also, liccaiiFc you ilofinit<-ly 'profit' or 'Iosi; : l)y tlio l 'c(iiiililion ' of your present car when yon finally I urn it in. So. out of our oxiicrioiiro and knowledge of today's condilions we ajiain say In you— Get Our Double Protection — Today Tlrin« in your car. Lcl us give il tlic iirci-ssury iiis])cction and expert cnre. '1'lirn you'll liavc peace of mini!—am! you'll lie money ahead. Your New Dodge will lir-, a rirli reward for wailing. \Villi Double. Protection now while you're wailing—you irain in cve.ry way. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. Phone 422 Plvinoulh Service 121 West Ash Sfrect RED RYDER One Ciiiurht, One to Go '"e05WElLFur "EUP10 RY FRKP TIARMAN WASH TURKS Outside for McKee BY LESLIE TUKNEHJ., —-•v.-'* CHANCES ARt HE'S H>RS\tESS AS \ WEtL, IT AIN'T ,THO...E)tCEPVCNRMWV I3UST BECAUSE NIGHTS. WHEN THEV'S THUNDER AH' I HE'S BH-k\V LIGHT NIN', HE'S RPT TO GO ,\ L EER.SERK... WEU, IGU6SSVOUDO. \WiXTlSKS \BUTHEUSTABEA5 BRIGHT AS A SILVER OOUAR...WASWT TltL AFTER. WIS TRAGEDV THW HE VJENV FW!*8 OFF H® NUT... GOWfr TO HAHA ASK VOUR fRKNO )THW AINT HKJPLV W&EE TO 1AOVE WT TODWV RIGHT. 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