The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 24, 1947
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PACT rouv BliYTHEVFLLE (ARK.V COURTFR NEWS TUESDAY, June 2-1, 1(M7 Crat Give Chicks Twin-Trouncing . ; . Atlf nta Advances To Fourth Place; Barons, Rocks Split ATLANTA, Ga., June 24. (UP)— Kt Ki Cuyler's defending Southern penjiant winners---tlie Atlanta Crackers served- notice today that they caunot be overlooked as a potential contender for a return » crack at the crown. Tlie Cuylermen, paced by Georgia Gem Charley Trlppi and hefty Babe Eljis, skyrocketed from tlie second division doldrums into fourth place today after a twin-trounclnc of the Memphis Chicks last night. Lou Bush, who was given a start- Ing nod from Cuyler over the week-end, made good in the first game by holding Memphis to six hits as the Crackers won by virtue of Ellis' grand-slam homer In the fourth 7 to 2. Frank Hoerst was the losing flinger. Trlppi doubled the winning run for the Crackers in the eighth BASEBALL STANDINGS UUCXIK W. U Mobile New Orleans Chattanooga , Atlanta . Nashville . . iMrmlngham 38 35 33 36 Memphis ............. 2G LHllc Rock NATIONAL Boston . . Hrooklyn . New York Chicago . St. Lonls W. L, 33 25 33 2ti 3Q . 31 30 28 26 to give Dcwey Adkins a 5 to 4 pilch- ing duel with side-armcr Kd Well- Wild. Tlie double-win boosted '.lu Crackers over both Birmingham. Which split n twin-bill with Little Rock and Nashville, rained out a>, tyobile. to move into the upper bracket. The Birmingham split with Little J?ock fealureil a brilliant two-hit performance by Baron flinger Alc\ fjonay In the first as Blrmlnghair. won 5 to 0 Joe Collins homercM for the uarons with one mate on In the first, Wes Uvengood slopped the Barons on eight hits as the Rocks captured the nightcap 5 So 3. Second place New Orleans r:-ll j Cincinnati . beck half a gams from lea^uc-loTc!- | Philadelphia ing Mobile »h'*!i they bowed to Pittsburgh . third place Chattanooga 4 'o 2. • Curveball artist, UolaiHl 'filler al- AMERICAN UfAGUB lowed only four '.-.its to get credit W. I* for the win. but cautious Uerl Nei- I Now York 36 24 hoff decided Millr-r needed help In Boston 3224 the eighth when ihc ahvays dan- j Philadelphia 2928 gerons Pels IhiTalened. Alex Zu- Cleveland 2526 kowskl took over. Walt Smola was the victim of a nine-hit lookout assault. Atlanta entertains Memphis a- ijaiii tonight in another doubleheader, ami Little Rock and liir- mlngham also meet in a twin bill at Birmingham. Two other single Detroit 27 29 ' Washington 20 29 ! Chicago 29 32 St. Louis 22 34 Pet .667 ,613 .501 .433 .485'| .480 .382 .301 .3-0 .552 .545 .534. .603 .467 .433 .393 Pet. .603 .571 .SOD .400 .485 ATS .475 .393 Sinatra Impressive Flop' As a Boxing Promoter HOLLYWOOD. June 24. (Up) — Crooner Frank Hinatra was a wallflower today after his debut as it fight promoter. ' His bout would have been a bix- Ber success if he got in the rhn: with Columnist Lcc Mortimer. H took Sinatra one punch to Moor Mortimer of New York, April 8. at Giro's night club. It toux Jersey Joe Walcott 10 rounds and what Heferce Urggii; G Union* agreed were low blows to get'a split decision last jiiuhl over Joey Maxim the White Knight of Cleveland. lory over the top-seeded Prank Kovacs and Fred Perry, yesterday in tlie final round at Forest Hills 1-5. 9-7, 4-G, 11-9. Yesterday"s Results SOUTHEKN LKAGUK' Atlanta 1-§, Memi>liis 2-<. nirmlnttliaih 5-3, pttle Hock 0-S., Cliattanooga '4, New Orlcan.s 2. Nashville at Mobile, rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE . Chicago C. New York. 3. ,S(. Louis C. Daslo|i 2. Only game s schcdulod. AMERICAN LEAGVK New York 8, Cleveland- 5. Moston 8, Uclrolt 2.' Chicago 10, Washington 6. Only game_ s scheduled. NOTICE I Notice is hereby given that n Mchavg has made application to remodel a frame house on lot one block nine Highland Place Addition to the City of IJlythoville. •When remodeled this hiilldini; will be used as a store building. Any protest should be in writlui; and filed in the office of the citv Clerk. Joe Carney* City Knisinecr. .)oe Carney, City Engint'cr, 6:17-2! FOR FISHING or CAMPING—Best Prices Anywhere.' HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS 126 W.MAIN ST. PHONE 515 Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night Barnes: Meinpliis at Atlanta <!>. Little Roqk at pjrnilnKtinm. Cliattunodga r\t New Orleans. Nashvillo at Mobile. Too Late To Classify For Sale Army Surplus <•'. i.yilrr iiatl WnJilul Si, fl'lyllii" vill... l-li. 2.VIU. ^l-|.k.-!7 l-.\r Ktolil IMHI^' njul litl. lllllili'iliia,. |,<i--,-,.liill. r'iijin> 2201. j.'.,,- ,<,:>! or «',»,il .ill TranlliHiii fonl I',,, l-l,- n, JIUI . i;. i ..... M Xnti<in:>l li'.u^ trailer. *2r> li.. 111. I:.,,,' I HMi|l]lf.l, >|01.|IS fllllr, J h-'livi-:iy til SciiLlli. ()|j|j'^iu- ulil uir- I'l Fi ijiidairc; Hol])oint \v<i- li*r hoiiler. perlt-ct fondi- liiui. Cull Mrs. James It. ('lark. ('iiriilhci'Hvillc phone -I .Hi. . 24-pk-27 For Rent Position Wanted rflnlil i-^|U-ili- c :luiil. Announcement iniiil carriers would be raised from six to seven cents a :nile under n bill unproved by the S'.'iuitc* and uo\v awaiting house action. - „ of fi'frijjeialor re- |iair service mi all lyiies of household uiul cuiuini'rcial refri(;ei'!ilurs. Inshinl service, work giuiranti'ed. Hly- Ihevilk* Sales Co., phones ;i(i!(), 55'1. 2-l-fk-27 To Try Naval Officer WASHINGTON, Julie 21, (UP! —Lt. (J. G.) nichard P C.nscoisjnc of occantlde, cal., will be trictl by a Navy court martial on charges of mistreating fe)low Americans In a prisoner-of-war cusuj) in Jauan, the Navy announced today. Would Boost Mileage WASHINGTON, June 24. (UP) —Automobile allowances for rural City Radio -Service- Dial 2407 Far Expert Repair* 3'H r:ast Main BL Felix A. Carney Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Savings Low Net Cost Protection For Sorvl'e W. L. TAMKE 108 E. Davis SI., 1'. O. Box 431 I'lione 2487 Blvllicvllh*, Ark. ATHLETES FOOT ITCH HOW TO STOP IT. MAKE 5 MINUTE TEST Get TE-OI, at any drug store. A|i- l>ly (his POWKKFUI, I'KNKTKAT- lN<i funglclilu FULL STKKNOTH. (teaches MOUE terms to Kll.l. Hit: Hch. det NKW foot comfort or your 35c back. Today at Klrby Bros. Drug Co. •Cab Company! $ Courteous Service $ NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston at St. Louis, night. Brookl.vii at Pittsburgh, night. New Yovk at Chicago. Philadelphia at Cincinnati, night AMERICAN LEAGUE 'Night games: Chicago at Washington. St. Louis at Philadelphia. 4 IJetroit at Boston. Cleveland at New York. Riggs, Budge Win Doubles Title in Tennis Tourney NEW YORK. June 24. (UP)—Th National professional Tennis Dou bles championship belonged t Hobby Riggs and Don Budge to day, but only aftev they fough to score an upset in one of th elassic matches of tlie year. niygs and Budge scored the vie- AGAl N SUPERBLY PREPARED ORIGINAL games are scheduled, Chattanooga playing at New Orleans and Nashville nl Mobile. Give Your Skin a Tingle In Spite of Rising Heat Waves ' ••' 1 1 , ift^** \ • &>• M l :^: --: ':::.•:•;.! (I- '''SSBS. After Ihe cooling tub ... or refreshing shower, you'll be happy to face the temperature again . . . with a fresh, cooling feeling that is delightful, indeed! Pure water is the No. 1 essential for the health of every individual. All our efforts are directed toward maintaining an abundanco of pure water, so essential lo Ihe health and happiness of the people of Hlylheville. Water Is Your Cheapest Commodity Use It Freely Blytheville Water Co. BERNARD ALLEN, "Water 1» Your Cheapest Commodity!* .: .i-?*i£*-3s-3,'%32¥. NOW AVAILABLE AT YOUR GROCERY. Yos, indeed, it's great to know that Hart's famous bakery delicacies arc i>Mclv again with all their tasty goodness! As a result of now regulations, making a more plentiful supply of sugar available, you'll find post war quality in. every Hart product. Hart's cakc.s are now made of 100% CANE SUGAR .... Oio first time in four years this type of product has been on the market in Hie. Hlylheville territory. If you are one of llio few who have not tried Hart's baked delights, then do so today. You'll say their tops! '•&-^*~: :&&'^ " " ' •&*• .^-?' '" ^j'^^w**^^^-?^ iSii^Iiif- ALWAYS FIRST WITH THE BEST WHEN YOU SERVE PASTRIES OR CAKES SERVE THE BEST Rvcryoiic will waul to know where you got those hisfioiis (reals, because they have that inimitable homemade flavor that COMICS with baking "know how." Our ever increasing number of patrons have shown their approval of (he way our cakes and pies are prepared by returning again and again. HARTS BREAD STAYS FRESH LONGFR

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