The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1946 · Page 6
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SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUIUUU NEWS SATURDAY, MAKCJI 23, IMG Indoor Tennis Court To Open J l' Club To Sponsor Recreation Program At High School Gym open high schoo} gym will be to Blythevillc men for tennis »nd shuffleboard games under ft n*w recreational program sponsored by Coach Bill Godwin and tnwafcers of thc'"B" Club. It Is. Planned to have the gym open each, evening of the week btivttn the hours of 5 and 9 p. m., beginning Monday. ^'An, indoor tennis court has been laid out on Ihc gym and sponsors have obtained a new net for the tennis court. Lines also have been marked off for shuffleboard games. Some member of the "B" Club will be in charge of the court each night, Marlon Gay, club secretary treasurer will be in charge of the court next week since all other Club members training'. aic out for Tennis and shufflcboiird players From BlyUuviile Airport A flight of four ships brought 11 group of Memphis aviation enthusiasts known as the "Memphis Early Birds" to Blytheville last Sunday morning on one or their regular Mid-South aerial jaunts. They landed at the municipal airport, came Into town, had breakfast and "got acquainted" with Blythcvllle. The group recently • started the practice of making a flight ench Sunday morning 'to some city In tlie Mid-South territory. Flying a Fnlrchtld 24 was Glenn O. Pranks and Qlenn O. Franks Jr. and R. D. Casllebcrry. Another Faiichild brought Joe Pearson, William Pearson, Pete Hays and John Berry. Traveling In a Tnylorcrnft were Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Goodman, and the fourth ship on the flight was a PT-19 carrying Henry Van Nuys and B. L. Coleman. will pay Shorts will small admission be .provided by fee. the club, but each player must furnish his own tennis racquet and balls. Suffltboard equipment is svailablc at the gym. Because BlyUievillc has airfield facilities many public private WASH TUJ3BS Idea BY LESLIE TURNER TEU you BFTEH IMA UTTLE BA»£...»UT HOT'plOU LIKE TO STEP INTO THUTSWJO KIP'S *H«S» GO THEV'RE NOT fiUKIN6 ABOUT WHERE SHE SPENT THAT TWO YEARS '. V'SEE. TONI... AFTER J5NKTCHIN6 EVA THEY PAEKEP HER SOWE PlACE TILl THINSS FURTHERMORE TWY AIN'T tlKSLV TO. AND SHE WAS TOO VPOK6 LATER, VA'-K WENT BACK ANP COr Pine Bluff Sportsman's Hobby Grows Into $500,000 Bus/ness BV I'AUI. KOSUNFIKU) jcompiiny United rress Stuff (,'orrrsiiomlnil not only We/c/i, Tourtas Will Take On Roberts, Byrd Ray Welch and Ted Tourtns (ire notched against Red Roberts and Fipyd Byrd in Promoter Mike Meroney's weekly mat show nt the American Legion Arena Monday nifht. The bout will be a tag match favijrite of local fandom, the winners taking the best two out of thf»» falls, time limit 90 minutes. big brother of the Ok- planes arc landing here on cross- country trips and this Is all the the more reason why better hangar and field facilities should be provided. The city must be assured a definite place on future air maps and the best way to achieve lha'.. Is to make it c asy and pleasant for air travelers to come here. * • • Two Uttle Rock men, n Mr. McDowell and a >1r. Hlncs stopped here overnight Friday. They were ;n route home from th c Taylorcraft factory »t Reliance, Ohio, with two new ships. PINE BLUFF. Ark,, March 23.— With business policies os .straight ns his fijlobc-circling arrows, nn Arkansas man in 13 ycnrs lias turned a $300 hobby into a BolnB business now valued nt $500,000. While many nil • Arknnsas hunter this week Is shooting wild turkey with bow and arrow, attention is focused on the man who has popularized archery both us » sport and ns n eninc-huutlng skill. He is Ben Pearson of Pino Bluff. Pearson's Jefferson County, Ark , plants-made up of six buildings covering 84,000 square feet of llonr space and employing 000 persons- Is the world's largest archery equipment factory. Thc business started buck in 1033. when Pearson euvc up a job with nn Arkansas utility company lo cie- ovtc his lime to archevy—a hobby he had become interested in scv- foreign menu has come to the front In all 48 stales, but in countries are made well. Shl|>- l>criodtcally to S. Kenney. member of the school faculty here, flew to his home In Milan. Tenn.. for the week end In his Taylorcraft. R. high Hawaii, Canada, England, South America, Panama, China mid South Africa. Archery equipment used In the currpnt motion picture, "The Bnndlt of Sherwood Forest," was supplied by the company. Pearson himself is an archer of otc. He helped organize the Sou- icrn Archery Association In Mem- his, Tcnn., In 1C2Q, and served as first secretary. In thc annual ournament this year in New Orans. Pearson placed second. He olds the Arkansas state champion. nip. * Archery as a national sport has big and unexplored future, Pearon believes. "Any lack of wide ix>P- larity in archery can be no one's csponslbility but ours—thc umnu- aclurcrs," he says. l»h°ma wrestling Welch brothers, is Unmed with Tourtas, who made his debut in this locality last week. TPUTtas Is fast and skillfull, and is tough as rawhide. His speed and ability teamed with Welch's long experience and power should be a good match for the Roberts-Byrd combination. Roberts and Byrd have been before and work nicely uriit. At any rate, they made short work of Jack Welch and Joe Wolfe in a match some few weeks ago. They are both villains and do not hestitate to clip the referee if he happens to be In reach. Roberts slowi his opponents down by get- cral years previously. For the [irst few months, he had little money and oven fewer backers. People had no interest In archery. They just smiled and shook their heads when Pearson up- proachcd them with his little sales Several local people took ft<Jvan- { alk _ An() Pcni . son n(lmi i s , lovv that he found no sympathetic interests at all until he met Carl B. Hiuin if Blackwell. okla. Hiiuii hud botli ntcrest and capitril. So Ihc Der 'ear.son Co. was formed. The two men have linen togethei ever since, watching the ono-roon •>lant expand lo tiike in a 25.00C tnge of an opportunity to ride In the new Aeronca trainer Sunday, j The ship was demonstrated by Ralph Trcndwell of Wright Aircraft Co,, Memphis. 9 » • Fred Stcdman and Bill Hudson have purchased four surplus Army PT planes which they plan to convert into crop dusters. • • • On Wednesday stopped here en Taylororaft factory to Fort Worth, Texas, In a new ship. Another cross country filer was R. E. Howard returning from the Taylorcraft factory to his home at corpus Christl J. W. Horncr route from the lesday to visit relatives. Enimett ting them in a half Nelson or head- Texas. Ernest Halsell and son, Roy lock, and leading them over so his .Halsell, flew to Mississippi Wed- partrier can apply a good stiff pun«h where it will do the most good. evening entertainment gets way promptly at 8 p.m. with two pne-fall 30-mlnulc time limit inatthes. The first finds-Welch and Rob»rU in opposite corners, perhaps this preliminary bout will show just how much of a grudge against Roberts. In the of Steele. Mo., ' rcccntU taking dual instructloi yvelch second Tourtas will .giVe Byrd a $>revu,e of what is in store for him In the main event. < -..: i • A packed house is expected both Welch and Roberts' are i good iox office attractions, especially, since iboth. are'on the same card ^andiin opposite corners. • • '' Ted Lyons Back With White Sox Marine Veteran Will B« Starting His 21st .'; Reason With Chicago . By ED WEKKMAN United Press Sports Writer PASADENA, Cal., March 23. (UP -—TJys may not be such a bad yea .for Chicago White Sox fans aftc allWTed Lyons Is back. The return of thc ngeless pitcher, who will be 46 In December, may .compensate in a measure for the rfact that the White Sox aren't likcr ly to go anywhere In Ihc 1946 race. ,As things stand now they will be }lu<jkv to finish better than In their Jjixth place berth of 1945. "'Lyons, back afler Ihree years in the Marines, will be starting his 21st season with thc White Sox. thc ,onVy club with which he has played since he walked off the Baylor University campus nearly a quarter o( a century ago. Despite thc fact that he will be •by »11 odds thc oldest player In the majors, Lyons figures he has several more years of big league pitching In his durable arm. The Pacific Coast All-Stars couldn't even hit the ball out of thc Infield during jthe innings Lyons pitched in an 'exhibition game this spring and , he has' done well since in practice. Jimmy Dykes, now in a recovering from a minor ,tion, figures he will use Lyons a* his Sunday pitcher to lure the ,south side Chicago multitude toi Ce**iskey Park. Along with Lyons there will be other oldsters to carry the load but younger candidates may ! the staff a fairly efficient one. Beat candidate is John Rlgney, who .loaned ss a star before going into nUMUry service. Others arc Ed Lo- p»t, whose record was 10 wins and .13 tosses last season, and Frank ,PmpWl a sharp left bander. *• TSe' creaking veterans arc Orval Grove who won 14 arid lost 12 last *M«K>n Lefty THornton Lee, 15 and i'U, and Bill Dietrich, 7 and 10, and But Cakhrell, night-ball specialist '-<.* •»* 7 rates his' pitching as fair I •aid thai with the return of -*fw»l JOO hitters from the service, bit team 'should have more power He has reviaed hit lineup ••4 axcrpt for Wally Mo*es in right, •B Mwn .ire newcomers. Thur, ftM* Tuek*v » strong defensive square foot brick building and llv him win it. Only his father, George Temple r.. was present. He 1 '"sneaked" into the audience, sat far back, and angrily brushed off reporters and photographers. He refused to go to his sun's dressing room after the match and did not speak to him. Young Temple, 26, said he and his family had been arguing over his career ever since he decided not to t'O back to his prewar job with the California Highway Patrol. A technical sergeant, he was medically discharged from the Marine Corps March 20, 1945. His family does not want him to go on with wrestling, he said. And if he docs, they do not want him using thc family name. "I have no intention of trading on my sister's name," he said. "] other structures housing modcri machinery used in making llv sporting goods. While Hmm is kept fully oc cuplcd as general manager of th big iilnnl. 47-yrar-old Pearson ha n workshop in downtown Pine Bluf where he designs new ninchlncr and labor-saving devices for th production lines. Pearson's drafts-: man is young and attractive Mrs. Ednn Unsell who puts his ideas on paper. In the early dnys. persons interested In archery thought that nil bows nnd arrows, If they were good, had to be made by hand. Blasting such a fallacy, Pearson has turned out more than a dozen machines designed to reduce lunul- , wovk and speed production. Now machines "teller" a liow lo give it the proper bend, they paint on the real-son crest, crimp the point at the. end of arrow shafts, stitch targets for tourney shootim?. and sand arrows. Drafts arc rcntly being drawn for a new unit to sand bows. '•The factory- turns put 4.500 bows and 2.00D arrows daily, and Pearson says new Improvements soon ,..,.-. will permit Ihe manufacture of player, who also led the league m 30OO nrrows ., |d ny. hitting for a stretch in 1944 will Wood ust . d (or n , TOWS i s port George Temple Makes Debut As Wrestler HOLLYWOOD, March 23. IUP) —Actress Shirley Temple's big brother, George, who won in his first professional wrestling match last night, took on his family today buttle over wrestling as a civilian career. Temple, who learned to wrestle in the Marines, made his professional debut at Ocean Park. He iisec his 195 pounds to pin Iron Mlki Works, 210, in 20 minutes of a one fall preliminary malch. Thc match was no surprise, a Temple was a champion, in the Ma rlnc Corps. But most of his famau family refused to come and watc] itend to own. make my own way or Phone 2611 for Prompt • Road Service • Tire Rerapping • Battery Charging • Washing and Lubrication • Polishing and Waxing • Expert Ford Mechanics • Truck Tires—any size Hours-6 to 6—7 Days MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Ash at Second Street 1945. An appeal from such probate can be alH'cied only by filing a petition, staling the grounds ol such appeal, with this court within six months from the dale of this notice. Witness my hand and seal this 1 day of March, 1046. T. W. POTTEIl,-. Clerk ISy Elizabeth Blythc. U. C. d. W. Barhani Attorney for Executor. 3 ; 0-lC-23 N THE CHANCERY COURT FOR Till: CUICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, PROBATE DIVISION. n the matter of the Estate of Mattie Sharp, Deceased. S'OTICK OF PRORATE OF VVII.t, Notice Is hereby eiven that the ,ast Will and Testament of Mattle Sharp, of Blytheville, Arkansas, was irobated In common form by thc ^robale Court of Mississippi Conns', on the 8th day ol September, IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE C1HCKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. 11. S. Kenney Plaintiff vs. No. 9511 Opal S. Kenney Defendant WAKNINO OUDKR The defendant, Opol S. Kenney, is "But the name Temple Is my name too and I have a right to uso it. I am not going to hide under nn assumed name. Wrcstlinc is nothing to be ashamed of." Read Courier News Want Ads. warned lo appear in the Chancery Court for the Cblckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days to answer tho complaint of the plaintiff. Witness my hand as clerk of said court and the seal thereof this 15th day of March, 1910. (Seal) HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. Holland & Taylor Attys. for Pit. 3ilG-23-30-4[G New Theater Manila's Finest aturday & Sunday, Mat. 1 o'clock giuuUj & Tuesday NI«hU. 5:M ' o'clock All other nJrhts. < o'clock • PH0 5?, E COAL E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. "Kidney Trouble Is REAL Trouble" remarked a customer, "but it troubles me less as I drink thc soothing Mountain Valley Mineral Water from Hot Springs, Ark." Let us 5cnd a case to you today! MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER From Hot Springs, Ark. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main A Division, Bljthevllte, Ark. Refrigeration Service! Dunn of Osceola who recently so oed the Cub trainer now Is work- Ing for his prlvale license. Ralpl: Brltton started from Johnny Fields. * • • Other recent visitors to the local airport were J. M. Madden o. Alexandria, La., en route to Spring field, Mo., in a Cub, and I-7rank Tomlinson who flevy his Falrchlld here from Texas. Miss Edith Callahan of Hayli, Mo., landed at Blytheville on her s6lo cross country flight. C. U. Cross and \^. Virgin of Evansvllle, ind., refueled. here on ; a, trip tOiEY&risvnieSfronv.Hous-v ton, 'Texas. Tticy ^wdre ,'-flylng a PT-19. for a stretch in 1944 will play center and Taft Wright, a .333 litter in 1912, will be in left. Other outfielders are Orls Hockct. Pete Thomassic and Dave Phllley. Phll- iey Is the only right handcr nnd he Is a switch hitter. Hal Trosky, who thinks he has conquered his migraine headaches, will be at first base, Don Kolloway has the edge over rookie Chct Hajduk, a Navy star from Great Lakes at second, ,an.d Luke Appling, the 1943 American League batting champion, will hold . down short. Thc best of several candidates for thc third base post seems to be Dob Kennedy, who has been performing a little better than Darlo Lodl- giani. ex-G. I., and Gene Nance former Milwaukee player. Gone from the Infield Is the veteran Tony Cuc- cincllo, who missed Ihc Amcrlcai League batting title by only one point with a final average of .308 Thc Sox couldn't find a place for thc clever Italian oldslcr, whlcl Indicates that the team will b better—at least on paper. Mike Trcsh, who caught all o thc White Sox games last year wi be back as number one receiver, bu he won't have to work as liard thl campaign.- There arc two othe strong candidates for the jol farmer Tom Jordan, who came ou of rellrcmcrit. and George Dicke younger brother of Yankee Bl Dickey, who Is back from thc Nav Ovford cedar from Oregon, and birch from Wisconsin. Bows arc made from five varieties of wood —osagc orange from Arkansas. Oklahoma and Texas; yew wood Irotr Oregon; lemomvood from Cuba; am elm and hickory from Arkansas. 'live best bow cosls around $35 dozen arrows .soil for S1G. OUic ...andard equipment, including a tar ct and larcct stand, leather tniivei nn and finger guards, and bo\ nd arrow cases, represent an SBO ivcstmcnt for the archery eiithus- ist. And in these last 13 years,, thc We have fresh gruuiul meal and chicken chops, fine or coarse. Hay and mixed ground feeds. Also custom grlnding-crushing. We are now buying poultry. LANGLEY & SON South Sccoml On Old Bcrtiff Gin Lot Phone 415 We have an Expert Service Man to, take care of your Refrigeration and Washing Machine Service; also Electric Motor Service. We also carry a complete stock of New Parts for all makes of Equipment. Work Guaranteed. Reasonable Prices. Tom Little Appliance Co. 105 West Main St, Blytheville, Ark. Saturday "Trail of Vengeance" ill] Klrby Grant and Fuzzy Knight SERIAL AND COMEKY .draJssioii Me and 3(k OWL SHOW "House of Draculo" •Ith I.ou Chancy & Lionel Atwell 1'MJS COMEDY dmiwioti Uc and joe Sunday and Monday Leave Her to Heaven" vitli Gene Tierney and Cornel Wilde NEWS AND COMEDY • CHICK THEATRE 'Where Happiness Cosfr* So Little" " Week Uayi: Start* at 1 p. m. Last Time Today "Bullets for Bandits" with "Wild Bill" Elliott and Tex Kilter "Ever Since Venus" with Hugh Herbert and Glenda Farrell Serial: "Jungle Queen" Chapt. 11 Also Short WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, Match 25 - 8 p. m. Adulls, 36c, Tax So—Total 45c- Reserved Seals IZc, Tax 3c—Total. 15c. Children's Seats 12c, Tax 3c. Total, 15«. Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on T4G MATCH Welch and Tourtas T*. Roberts and Byrd "It Pays to Advertise" SCOTT ALLEY SIGNS N. FrmnkttnSt. rhoneSMI Also 2 One-Fall 30-Minute Matches ROY WELCH YS. RED ROBERTS TED TOURTAS vs. FLOYD BYRD Cockroaches l»v their eggs In a small rectangular pouch, which they carry around until a suitable hiding place Is found. IAQIO SERVICE J«t Mai 3414 Craig Electronic Service Co. 1211 W. Main St. RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on any make or morlcl Reliable Workmanship. PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Callihan Electrical Appliance Co Authorised Motorola Radio Sales and Service 106 So. First St. FOR SALE 2000 BUSHELS RALSOY SOY BEANS Planted from Slate Certified bccd 50 Tons Alfalfa Hay D. *P. L. 14 Cotton Seed EARL MAGERS DeJf, Arkansas Phone 63S DON'T WAIT!!! We W»H Pay You The TOP CASH PRICE FOR YOUR CAR Drive In Today —Get the Cos/if FtlJER ELEMENTS KEEP SLUDGE FROM YOUR MOTOR. BE SURE YOU HAVEENOUGH ON HAND. BETTER GET AN EXTRA CARTON TO BE ON THE SAFE SIDE. Saturday Owl Show 'PEARL of DEATH'? with Basil Rathbone and Evelyn Ankers Sunday and Monday 'Salute to the Marines' (In Technicolor) with Wallace Beery ALso News und Shorts DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY BlythevilU, Ark. Bt wist-BE AM Early Bird-o We Arc Approved Blytheville Dealers DESOTO - PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a complete stock of Genuine Chrysler and Packard Paris SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SI;Y,MOKE—Owner CI-AKKNCK CUM MINGS—Service Manager See Us at Our New Location Corner Franklin and Walnut Phone 886 or 3524 Approved Avery Sales and Service. Let us repair and service your Avery equip- men. FOR SALE Funk's G Hybrid Seed Corn , Cotton Hoes Cultivator Sweeps OWENS TRACTOR CO. A. C. OWENS, Owner & Mgr. 112 N. Franklin Phone 3617, THEATRE Manila, Ark. Open at 6:00, Show Starts at 6:14. I,ast Time Today 'DRIFTING ALONG" with Johnny Mack Brown, Lynne Carver, Raymond Hatton, Douglas Fowley and Smith Ballew Cartoon: "Sopher Soafy" and Odd News 5(h Chapt. "Masked Marrel" Sunday and Monday HOLD THAT BLONDE" with Eddie Bracken, Veronica Lake, Albert Pekker and Willie Btst CARTOON: "Snap Happy Lola" and RKO NEWS >en for Business!^ TAYLOR Last Time Today The Big Bonanza' Richard Arlcn & Robert I,ivi«g»ion Serial: "Thc Master Key" Also Shorts JL, SAND AND GRAVEL CO. Specializing in River-Washed Sand and Gravel Plant and Office Located On River at North End of Bushy Ave. CARUTHERSVILLE, MO. Saturday Midnight, Show Starts 11 P. M. 'Born for Trouble' Van Johnson, Fa.ve Emerson Also Shorts Sunday and Monday Continuous Showing Sunday Only 'Bring On the Girls' (In Technicolor) Veronica I,ake, Sonny Tufts, Eddie Bracken Paramount News Also Shorts

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