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June 23, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1949 BLVTHEV1LLB ,(A*K.Y COURIER XEWS 1*A(JE BCVd [ard Charles Hoyti's All Stars {Bears Shut Out Will Meet Tough {Chattanooga 12-0; Crax Edge Pebs lanta. He hit a two-run homer In the third Inning and drove In the Crackers other run with » atagle In the fifth. At Birmingham Bob Brake set own the Chicks on five hits. With the Courts fnmnwii P1*M! Ed Smith vs. Robert Daniels, suit tor unlawful detainer to recover $50. The state motto of low* U "Our | Liberties We Prize and Our RJ«bU We Will Maintain,• • There are about 3O species of ash dee native to North America. ashy Cincinnati Negro Wins Decision Over Jersey Joe Walcott By Th« Amriite* rnw 1 All Stars will take on one of Mem-1 Mobile's Bear* cut loose with 11 phis strongest semi-pro outfits hits lor all Ihelr rum in th« llrst when they meet the Chuclc Mutton thre« innings as they blanked the team here tonight. Lookout* of Chattanooga 12 to 0, Two weeks ago, the All Slar« In the most lop-sided game in the I handed the Hutton outfit a 4-1 de-lSouUiern Association last night. By Charlt* Dunkley feat. gobo Newsom, who had the I CHICAGO, June 23. UP)—Ezzardl McMasters of Lelty Pisher will! Bears weU under control the last arlos, who wanted to be a ring probably be on the hill for the tlme ne visited MoWle, was pulled hsmpion ever since he started Stars with Sewell sandling the ln the j^nd inning, the loser, bxlng at the age of 14, has real- catching. ...,.,.,,. his burning ambition. Joe Chlozza is scheduled to hurl ist night, after 13 years of I for the visitors. Game time Is at |!ng his way to the top, this 27-year-old Cincinnati Negro the NBA version of the world | , 3 3 4 ds lo W alcot* wso Dine & Donee FRED'S SUPPER CLUB In South Osceola ORCHESTRA Kvery Friday Nig hi leavywelght title by decisively de- ^nlcd 1951 2 latlng Jersey Joe Walcott In a The announc- emtnl of the unanl- p-round °» ttle - .„._,..„. j. mous verdict knocked Jake Mintz, [Charles won - ts.cn of the the unanimous three officials pproval of the National Boxing Association. But now has to con- Ince the New York Athletic Corn- one of Charles' four managers, complete faint. He collapsed In a neutral corner when Charles proclaimed the new champion. He however, and own power alter a stretcher had been hustled in to carry him out. league-leading Crackers of Atlanta made It five straight wins by edging the Little Rock Travelers, 3 to 1. The Birmingham Baroru mapped their losing streak at four straight with a «-3 victory over the tailend Memphis Chicks The Nashville Vols and the New Orleans Pels were not scheduled Al Flair was the big pin at At • nee me new xor* ruMnrni; V.UUI- nu < c i.|. recovered ho^ [ilsslon, which Is on record as fav- ^ > • ting a tournament among con-1 f/.L „ ".2JJ"°"„" I fenders, and Massachusetts, which Iocs not belong to the NBA. Bng- pnd, too, will have a champion of own Sept. 6 when the British card of Boxing Cqntrol recog- izes the winner of the Lee Snvold- fruce Woodcock bout for the Irown. 1 The contest was fought in Com^key Park, home of the Chicago Vhite Sox, where 12 years ago to Ilie night Joe Louis won the cham- lionship by knocking out Jimmy praddock. The crowd of 25,392, paid $246,546. Excitement Kayoet Trainer Charles' victory over the 35-year- Lld camden, N. J., family man was •ecisive. Walcott staked everything In. a knockout blow in the lirst Iwo rounds. But the faltering vet- Iran, who one year ago was beaten Into submission by Louis, had lost nuch of his speed and ring cun- hlng as the result of a yesr's Absence from the ring. Charles fought a cautious battle. Thad his ageing foe on the way knockout In three different, ounds. but Jersey Joe possessed Ihe ring generalship to escape a Jtnockout. He backpedalled and (failed to fight In the closing rounds, etween the 12th and 13th, Joseph 'riner, chairman of the Illinois State Athletic Commission, order- referee Davey Miller to tell Wal- ott's handlers to make htm fight Walcott apparently fought onls I to remain on his feet until th finish. Charles at 181 3-4 gave BLYTHEV ILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATPE. Sbuw Start* Weekday* 7:M pan. jturday and Sunday: Continue shuwinf frum 1:IMI pjn. Kox Ottici Upeus at '1 Week Nljbt Show Starts at 1:3 * Mali nee Saturday i Sunda; t '£ p.m. witli continuous showing Last Time Today "Bachelor's Daughter" Gail Russell Friday & Saturday "DEADLINE" Sunset Carson Al Terry Serial: Cpt. 12 of "REX AND B1NTY" Time Today (DOUBLE FEATURE) "Riding the California Trail" with Gilbert Roland Hi the Cisco Kid Martin GarraUga and Teala Lorinc 'The Farmer's Daughter with Loretta Young, Joseph Cotten and Ethel Barry more Serial: "G-Men Never Forget" Chapter 3 Also Short Friday & Saturday "COMEDY CARNIVAL with Walter Abel, Margot Grahame and Donald Meek Serial: "Son of the Guardsman No. 4; Also Cartoon FRAZIER BUS LINES Charter Service Vur Church Organizations, Baseball Clubs, ere. Licensed i Insured for Your Protection Call for Our Schedule Phone 2391 or 4152 Say It ... With Flower* THE FLOWER SHOP If ai tipert PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Phone tMl Nichols Drug SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN. BLENDED WHISKEY. 86.8 Proof. 65'X. Grain Neutral Spirits. 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