The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1944 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX CLYTHEV1LLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Miami Wants In Southern league Chattanooga Pilot Might Figure In Possible Transfer By BRUCB THORNTON Vnlled Tress Sports Wrilcr Miami wants to field ft baseball team In (lie Southern Association, but residents of the Florida city 'don't know exactly how to go about it, ' Tliere have: been some rumors that a fellow by the name of Joe Eii'gcl, who- happens to know his way around the Dixie loop, may bo able to do .them some good. As ft matter of /net, there has been some talk of establishing En gel, now president of "the Chattanooga Lookouts, in the driver's seat of Uie Miami-sponsored club when and If the event comes about. And if looks like the string pulls both ways. For Choo Choo big shot recently told Guy Butler, sports editor of the Miami Dally News, that he has slated a meeting shortly in Atlanta with Joe Adims. well-known Miami sportsman nn<! manager of (he El Commodore Hotel and the Blscayne Kennel Club. The purpose of the confab, according to Butler, will be the proposed transfer of the club to Miami. Engcl points out that Miami's principal need right now is a ball park. He says the park should have stands to seat 7500 customers, and a few bleacher scats thrown in on the deal. " Adams, who recently left Miami for his lodge in north Georgia, plans to'contact Engel before he returns, and arrange a meeting with him to go over the details. .:The word has got around Ihtit Southern League directors arc ft little disturbed by too-frequent shifts of scenery among clubs dur- . ing Ihe last couple of seasons. According to the rumors, when the Lookout proper!)' is established In some new city by Eiigcl, officials want it to lie on n permanent basis. .. Butler says Adams' original idea was to coax Engcl Into transferring to the Florida city after the war Butler says, however, that. Engcl expressed to him a desire to locale •in some city other than Chattanooga lor Ihe 1045 season. ;' Says Engel: :."! •- mn definitely Interested in Miami. It's my. first Choice If satisfactory arrangements can be made. Of course, they also want us in Knoxville,' where they ahendj hnve a park anj stands bit enough." i . Engel .was informer] thai Miam Field, formerly used by the Florida East Coast League, would seal something less thnn 2000 in the grandstand,.but that it was In gooc shape, having been remodeled abon . three years ago to accommodate the New York Giants ns n training site; • • ' . He: said this would be too smal' -declaring: " "I must have a stand scaling n •least 1500. We wouldn't have I filled every day, to be sure, but it' the big days and nights that kcc a club going. . . . ; After all, if Miami goes into thl tiling, it wants to do so with n doubt. of Its success. Therefore, . park seating only two or thrc thousand would be far too small. .Since Miami Field Is the onl park in the city set up with grand stands and lights, it has been sug gcsted that additions be built t the present stands down the firs and third base lines. Sportsman Adams, however, fnv ors a new park with adequate ac commodatlnns for Maimi's entry ii to such competition. Engel says Miami's distance fro: DOPE BUCKET i. e. OOES UP L\I)I)KK Master Sergeant Sam Johns, former manager of the Johns Ice Plant in West End is another Blythevllle boy who has fairly leaped up the ladder since entering the service. Stationed at the Army Air Forces chool of Applied Tactics, Orlando, lorldn, where he Is chief clerk In 10 procurement office, Snm not 011- sends us several copies of the itcresthig and informative TAG, 'flclal newspaper, but ft copy of ports Editor Red Davis' dally col-, nn and a picture of a female ang- r holding a 12M black bass. I nm ylng to figure out if lie Is nttcmpt- ig to show me that some DO lien the big ones ? ? ? At any rale, Sam gives the low- own on the part willed his outfit playing in this training program, ut let's tune In on his fine letter: M-S Sam Johns SOOtli Base Unit, AAP TAC Orlando, Florida cnr J. P.: I know you are surprised to hear rom me, but I take the Courier cws and I noticed in your column ml you are Interested In receiving ic papers published at the various rmy stations. I know you have enril of AAPTAC, as It i.s comlil- red the most Important installa- 011 of Army Air Forces. JIVES OUTFIT A t'LUG I nm very proud to say that the AFTAC lias played a very Impor- ant part in this war. If you only new what went on in this coin- land you would gasp with amaze- lent. This Is the trial and proving rounds of the Army Air Forces, can't go Into details, of course, ccause of military reasons/and also 'otilcl hnve to write a book to tell ou about it. We train WACs, WASPs, Marine, s'nvy and foreign military personal In the latest fundamentals of nodcrn warfare. They say there In norc rank here than at any other Army post In the nation. By the way, Herbert Browning Ives here in Orlando. I took him i bunch of the Blythevillc papers ind lie was tickled pink. He said le—like me—sure misses everyone in Blythevllle. I sure miss the home folks and wish I were back In Blythevllle run- ilng the Ice plants again. (As you jrobably know, we have sold them luce I left). I am in the procurement Branch of the Chief of Supply Division and ike my work Just fine. I started out us a private in this office and have worked up to my present rating as chief clerk. FISHING IS GOOD Tell everyone "hello" for inc. Fishing is fine down here. It Is common occurrence for someone to catch big mouth black bass weighing five to 11 pounds. I haven't caught any large ones—yet, but I'm still trying. (Aren't we all?) Sincerely yours, Snm. Local fans, especially those who followed Softball In the good ol days ol the city leagues, will qulcklj recall Herb Browning. He served as umpire during those great days aw *aragould All-Stars r o Play Here Thursday The IJAAK baseball team will meet lie Paragould All-Stars, an indo- endent team, in a name here at 3 'clock Thursday afternoon, Lieut. Bill Adams, Post athletic ofllcer, aid today. This will be the only game nf the ,'cek for the locals, us they lire estlni; for their meeting with the Gunter Field, Alii,, teiuii In Ihe eml-finals of the Eastern Flying Training Command Tournament his Sunday. The game will be plny- d nl Montgomery, Ala. other Southern A-woclatlon club will prove no obstacle. "We can make arrangements with an atr plane company for our own club, ho explains, "and the others can use trains." Ignis, and while lie took much rib- Ing, and what "Blind Tom",hasn't?, e did pretty well behind the plate, t is a thankless job, eh, Herb? Tile Red Davis referred to almve s John Davis who writes his "Heel's cpper Box" for the Orlando Morn- ig Sentinel. He annually chooses lie nil-southern prep football «ims. Several local Chicks, Includ- ig Byron Walker, Pclc Craig, Hie ircc Moslcys— Ifcrky, Huss and •Honk, John Oliver din) Coppeduc, layfield (Sonny) Lloyd, James Bubs" Roberts, 13111 Godwin—have raced that honor roll, fled writes snappy column. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 19-J'J Wildlife Group Plans Meetings County Sportsmen Will Gather Here And At Osccola Browns Keep Up Winning Pace, But Contenders Are Plentiful Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAGUE _, VV. Ij. Pel. •Jashvlllc 38 20 .055 \tlnntn 31 20 .C19 Memphis 36 22 .021 Vew Oilcans 29 32 .475 Mobile 25 33 .431 Little Rock 23 32 .418 Birmingham 2:t 34 .403 hnttnnoOBii 21 30 .350 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet St. Louis 70 54 .505 Detroit CO 57 .537 Boston <i8 59 .5M 11 York M 58 .532 Clevelnnd CO GO .476 Philadelphia 62 G7 .481 Chicago 51 67 .460 Vashinglon 52 13 .41C NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Jt. Louis 01 30 .152 Pittsburgh ,71 48 .597 ilncinnuU 07 51 .5G1 Nc«' York 57 68 .403 JhicflKO 52 C5 .444 'hilncielphia 48 71' .403 Boston 49 74 .398 Brooklyn ...47 77 .373 Yesterday's Results AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 8-2, New York 1-H. Detroit 7, Chicago 0. Philadelphia 3-11, Washington l- SOU'l'lIKUN LEAGUE Memphis 6, Molille 3. Atlanta 11, Birmingham 4. New Orlcnns 7, Challauoogii li. LHlle Rock 11. Nashville 0. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 4, Boston 2. Two Important meetings are on the calendar this week for members of the Mississippi County Chapter of the Arkansas Wildlife Fedcra- lion, President n. A. Nelson an- lounces. The first will be held Thursday evening at the County Courthouse here, at 8 o'clock, A second Identical meeting will be held the fol- 'owlng evening, Friday, Sept. 1, nt the courthouse In Osccola for convenience of spoiismcnl in the utliL'rii part of the county. Feature of the sessions will be Die showing of new movies prepared especially to Interest by Tom Mull, educational director of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, Mr. Mull not only will show these pictures, which he personally look, but will make a report on the recent work done !»• the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Also scheduled to speak Is Bill Mann of the Arkansas Wildlife Federation who Is making n tour of Hie state with Mr. Mull In the interest of Amendment 3(i that will appear on the ballot in November. The purpose of this Important amendment 3G is to give more efficiency of operation to the Arkansas Game an,i Fish Commission, to exclude it from the political list. President Nelson will report on the progress of the Bis Lake Duck project that was voted during the lust meeting of the local chapter. Hy United 1'rcss Another one of those percentage- point tangle.s i.s wrapping up the top American League teams. The St, inuls Browns pounded out an 8 to 3 victory over the Cleveland Indians ut Clevelnnd last night to day four games ahead of the pack, but behind them three more con- enclcrs are so close to one another liey're stepping on each other's ocs. Denny Galelvnise held the In- linns in line to win IDs sixth game ,f the t.eason for the Browns while ils mules pounded three Cleveland lilclier.s for 11 hits. The big blow- jff was a four-run rally in the cvcnlh. Cleveland's starter, Ed (lleinnn, was the laser. The Detroit Tigers hold down .fcoml place by two percentage minis over Ihe ]!oslon lied Sox. Olray Trout pitched and batted lie Tigers to a 7 to 0 victory over he Chicago White Sox at Detroit. Along with whitewash pitcliini;, 31/zy drove in five of his team's seven runs. At New York the Yankees spill Brooklyn 2, Philadelphia 1. Chicago 15-4, Pittsburgh 4-5. St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 1. Today's Games SOUTHERN I.EAfiUE Mobile at Memphis, night. Atlanta at Birmingham. Chattanooga at New Orleans. Nashville at Little Rock. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh at Chicago. • New York nt Boston. Cincinnati at St. Louis, night. Philadelphia nt Brooklyn, night, AMKUICAN LEAGUE Chicago at Detroit. St. Louis at Cleveland. Washington at Philadelphia. Boston at New York. Buffalo Herd Expanding A herd of 709 buffalo bought bj Canada In 1907 and introduced ii the Fort Smith district of tin nortliwe.st now numbers more thai 17,000. The animals are protected bj Hie government. with Ihe Red Sox. Rookie Clem DrcLsewcrd turned In an 8 'to 1 victory for the Sox in Hie opener, but another rookie, Floyd Bevens' led the Yanks to nn 11 to 2 triumph In the nightcap. At Philadelphia the A's took two from the Washington Senators. Buck Newsom won the first game ?. to 1, and Jesse Plorcs took tlie closer 11 to 4. In the National League the si Louis Cardinals entertained the Cincinnati Red.s and defeated them 3 to 1. Ted Wilks of th c Cards had a no-hitler until the eighth Inning when Prank McCormick singled. At Brooklyn the Dodgers defeated the Philadelphia Pbilljes 2 to 1 behind Hal Gregg. At Boston Bill Voisello pitched Ihe New York Glant.s to a 4 to 2 victory over Ihe Heaves, aided by Inmers by Mel Olt and Ernie Lombard!. And at Chicago, the Cubs split a doubleheader with the Pittsburgh Pirates The Cubs laced out 17 lilts to win the opener 15 to 4, but the Bucs came back to take the second game 5 to '1. Basketbiff • Lt. Harry Li.qhl, V-12 instructor at Pcnn Stale, has inaugurated nc ;gamc ol combination iMskclball ami boxing. All players wear 10- ouncc boxin." cloves and man with the ball is bait for a sock from 'anyone on oonosilion U'am. Felluw with toll seems headed for a HOD. Ban On Sale Of Ammunition Lifted By WPB WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 30. (UP)—The War Production Board has given hunters the go-ahead for the fall season. The ban on the sale of ammunition is off, and soon they'll l« out in the woods again, blazing away with rilles and shotguns. The WPB announces that ranchers and farmers also will share in the distribution of the available ammunition, Every rancher, farmer, and hunter can buy up to 150 rounds of 22 caliber rim-lire cartridges, 40 or 50 rounds of eenter- fire riilc cartridges, and 100 shot- (juii shells, It won't be necessary to buy the entire quota at once, it can be spread out over several purchases. But buyers will have to sign certificates slating that they are entitled to the ammunition under WPB rules. Lathe, drill press and milling machine operation and special winding. New classes In electric motor rebuilding will begin tliis week. And a new radio and drafting course will start Sept. 18. All triilniiiK in the state Trade School is free mid is spoijsored Ijy Ihe State Department of Vocational Education and (he United State.'! Department of Education. «•' Arkansas Trade Schoof Announces New Courses LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 30 (U.I>.)_ Officials of the State Trade School announce that new courses In vocational training will be taught when the school opens Its fall term in Little Rock Hits week. Specialized training in motor tune-up, wheel alignment and niotoi rebuild)!).'; will be offered fi.s new courses In the Auto Mechanics Department. Instructions will also be given in RHEUMATIC PAIN Kted lot Spoil Yoir D»x— Gil lllir It No* Don't put oft getting C-2223 to relieve pain of muscular rheumatism and other rheumatic pains. Caution: Use only as directed. First bottle purchase price back if not satisfied. 60c and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223. Dr. J, L Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main FOB 8AL« CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL SIZES Cheaper Than Bridge Lumber Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone «SI Oioeols, Ark. Hatutin« and H«oilo<he, du<f ConKtpotion, lak« Calotnbj. Use only OS dlractad. -i i u 111111 i i^i'tfygyggsf OPPORTUNITY FOR FARMERS /0,000 Acres Fine Form Land For Sale Every Acre Located In Mississippi County All Cleared and Highly Developed _^ Not in yea rsh as there been the opportunity for both large and small farmers to buy well developed farm land in Mississippi County, Arkansas at such a low price and on such lenient terms. All of this land is offered for sale in tracts suitable for any size family or for large operators. Well traversed with good gravel and dirt roads. Every acre conveniently located as to a good store, gin and the Victoria school. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT-TERMS LIKE RENT Interest Rate On Deferred Payments Only 5 Per Cent Lee Wilson & Company Wilson, Arkansas . . - \Yidc brim KNOX in tan, brown, green or blue . . . •wide gi'osgrain band. 8.50. Versatile "three-way" STETSON with . smart stitched edge . . . t'rey, blue or brown. Styled For YOU By KNOX and STETSON Wear this new KNOXolT-Uie- facc or snapped down. Comes in many colors. 8.CO. HERE IS a hat that was made for you . . . one that will fit your personality, one that will suit the shape of your head, the type of face you have. Choose yours from our complete selection of fine felts by these famous makers. We've a variety of styles and colors. The ever popular STETSON "Slratoliner." Lightweight, soft. All the new shades. 7.50. Manila's Finest Shows Nightly 8:00 P. M. Matinees Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Wednesday & Thursday "CRY HAVOC" with Margaret Sulliiviin & Ann Solhern 1'ox News & Short Open 7:30 * Show Start* 7:45 322 Main Street Wednesday & Thursday s uzzin', Cousin' with Ann Miller, Kudicslcr ar Ficcldy Martin's B;mil News of the Day Short THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-BAY NIGHTS Box Office Opens 8—Show Starts at 8:15. SATUKDAYS & SUNDAYS Bos Oflicc Opens 1 Show Sfarls 1:15 Last Time Today "FOLLOW THE LEADE Hill. The Easl Side Kills KKO News & Comedy ER" Thursday and Friday "DAYS OF GLORY" wild Tanura Toninanova .V Gregory 1'cck 1'arammnil Xe«i> Sliorl CH1CKASAW Wcsl Mnln Near Zlst St. B?.t, itart? 12:45; Sun. start* 1:45 ( Night shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens 6:45 Coulinuous shows Sat. and Eon. Wednesday & Thursday 1 Double Feature "BEDTIME STORY" Fredric March A J.orclla Voung ,iud "SWEETHEART OF THE FLEET" with Jinx Falkcnucrg &. Hrerula & Cobina

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