The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1949 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1949 BI/TTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Campbell, Fischel To Miss Vandy Tilt; Doak Walker Ailing By the Associated Pros Saturday'* intei-seclional football game between Arkansas and Vanderbilt is getting quite a "we're, in worse shape than they are" build-up. Coach John Barnhill of Arkansas plans to leave fullback Leon Campbell and end Frank Fischel, liolh first-stringers, behind with injuries when the Itazorbackg fly to Nashville tomorrow. * And Coach Bill Edwards of Vandy says his team is "bothered by alt jrfpits of injuries and this may be *^wr week to take It oh the chin." Edwards called Arkansas the be.st team the Commodores will have faced this year. Barnhill continued shifting personnel Wednesday. Chester Linebarrier replaced Fischel; Stacy Looney took over at fullback and Bob Griffin 220-pound sophomore, was promoted to the first offensive center post, replacing John Ferguson. Vanity Slay Try Aerials The Razarbacks step out of the razzle-da«!e Southwest Conference this week but still are likely to run into their old bugaboo—forward passes. Vandy worked long and hard on its aerial attack Wednesday, with Coach Edwards saying the overhead Sports Roundup bj Fulterton Jr. NEW YORK, Oct. 20-W>,i—Professional basketball, in which Man rice Podoloff says a guy only six. feet-two is called "Shorty " hits the top tonight . . . The Weslches- ter Whirls, new version of the old renaissance club of Harlem, will unveil player seven-font, seven-inch an exhibition against the New York Knickerbockers He's Ray Harris, an Atlantic Citj ' boy who hasn't had much experience but Ifiyc say hc Isn't j, lst the Kentucky game: "Win for Doak." The' players gathered in a secret meeting Wednesday and fullback Dick McKlssack reportedly told them they had to beat undefeated, untied Kentucky In the Bowl Saturday "for Doak." Cotton Doak Walker, the Mustangs' all- America quarterback, is in the hospital : wlth the tlu and will mi's the . Kentucky game. There was a note of gloom at least »t one other Southwest conference ^^nchoo). • ' There was also two denials that head coaches planned to quit. Hice Coach Jess Neely said his team looked -"very, very bad," In practice yesterday. • "I've never seen a team let down «> much In » few days time," he declared./> ' ' -.-'•'' Rice stomped Southern Methoiiht, 41-77, last week. It meets Texas this week. Texas Christian University Coach L. R. (Dutch) Meyer denied * report he planned to quit at the end of the season. Dr. E. D. Mouzon, chairman of the Athletic Council of Southern Methodist- .labeled •*& "pure .bunk" a;.ret port that Matty "Bell would quit and be succeded by Assistant Coach H. N. (Rusty) Russell. Texas prepped on defense and on passing. Texas Christian and Texas A. and M. also polished defense. Baylor went through a long workout. neapolis week Lakers in Chicago next When Cliff Barker. Rjilnh Beard, Al?x Gorza and vvah Wall Jones start operations as the In- rlinnapolis olympians, Barker will be the playing coach . . . Mnvbe ft was a horse racing 'first" when they turned nn the lights at Snnvts- mans Park the other day, but the track wasn't the first thing to get lit up in Cicero. X'olc of Caullon • Before the recent North Carolina I -South Carolina football game, the I Tar Heels took-- in a high school | contest at Columbia, S. c. They were almost entirely surrounded by enthusiastic alumni and fans, who k?pt talking about a North Carolina victory by four touchdowns . . . Finally Charlie Justice', who Is , interested in a coaching career, -showed lie's a- bo'ul. ready'for it . . .• Turning lo Carl Suavely. Charlie rcmnrked: "Let's get out of here, coach, f know wether the new !>oys this talk." Circus Stick-Up Men Object of Wide Search BERRYVILLE, Ark.. Oct. 20. </P The search for three stickup men and JI6.000 circus payroll entered Its second day today. ^ Arkansas state troopers aided by bounty officers searched backroads and main highways In this rugged mountain section for a black 1049 . car the men used to make their getaway. Kelly Miller, one of the owners ul the Al G. Kelly-Miller Bros. Circus, reported he and his wife were bound by three men who robbed him of the show's payroll. The men took three diamond rings from his wife. don't can stand ; Sporfs Before Your Eyrs Bobby Riggs plans to play n couple or times a week durine the coming •.pr'pacmn's tour .to gtjtfhiih- self Into shape for more 'frequent appearances in Europe during' the winter . . . Hosea Hodgers, ex- North Carolina fullback, lends the All-America Conference rookies in rushing and has a chance of hr-at- mg Spec Sanders' 'freshman" record. He's -with the Los Angeles Dons ... If Ivy Williamson's first Wisconsin team should win the" Big Ten championship— which some say isn't impossible— will they start calling it the Ivy League? Dots All, BrolliiM John Jacobs. Oklahoma U. track coach, scouted two opponents in the Oklahoma Aggie-Texas Aggie cross country race last- week. Jake, -who made his first air trip when football scout Bill • Jennings flew him to SUUwntcrj claimed: "The only Blythcville Youth Enlists For Three Years in Army Myron Clayton Priest, 17-year-old son of 1 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil M. Priest cf 2304 Carolyn, ha.s enlisted for three years In the Regular Army, Staff Sgt.' Arthur Balm of the recruiting station here announced today. A 1949 graduate of Blythevillc « igh School, young Priest was a ember of the Student Council. Future Farmers of America and'Fu- ture' Tradesmen of Arkansas: He will report to the 10th Infantry Division at Ft. Rlley, Kans., for basic naming. He Is then scheduled to lake a stenographer's course at Camp Lee, Va., for 13 weeks. Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickasawba BRANDED BEEF We Specialize- in We Deliver Phone 2043 Plenty of Parking Space Fancy Meats and Groceries WHEN • THE CLOCK STRIKES TWELVE Ever had a parly wi(h "Cinderella" liquor. .. (running out at (he height ol' (he evening)? H does happen, so make sure your cabinet is well filled »ll the time. Stock up now for your fall season parties from our store, where you will find every brand, imported or domestic, FOSTER'S Broadway Liquor Store 106 North Broadway COME OUT. ON TOP—Choo Choo Justice and End Art Wein- ei get credit for North Caro- ana's winning football ways, but maybe this pair has a hand- Mascot Hameses VI and Keeper G a. cook- Limestone Quarry Owners Protest To U.S. Engineers LITTLE ROCK, Oct. It. MV—Tht U S. Engineer! today were Investigating a report that a dam across the White River .near Batesville, Ark., would destroy much ol tin state's limestone deposits, A group of industrialists and mln- •g experts made the report here yesterday at a meeting with repre- acntatives of the Little Rock Dlj. trict Engineers' office. The meeting was called by the Arkansas Resources and-Development Commission. . Construction of the Wolf Bayou darn near BatesvJlle Is one of several planned In the multi-million dollar While River development pro. pram. E. o. Baxter, manager of the Bateville white Lime Co., asked that the engineers delay submitted recommendations to the Chief of u. 3 Engineers on the project. He suggested that a report show that much of the stale's limestone deposits would be lost by flooding the area near Batesville. further study of the problem his Uen Indicated by the district engineer. Washington Officials To Visit Camp Chaffee WASHINGTON, Oct. 20. <AP) — r«o army offices and a group of tiling I didn't like was that they didn't have a hostess." . . . Arkansas congressional members were to leave here today for an inspection of Camp Chaffee, Ark. They will meet with business civic and municipal officials in Pbrt Smith Monday to hear \vhy the military establishment should be removed from the deactivation list. Secretary of Defeat ojhnson has ordered the camp closed by next April but he has promised to reconsider the decision. Senator Pulbright (D-Ark). Rep Trimble (D-Ark), U. Gen. Thomas B. Larkin, -chief of logistics lor the DL'fenso Department, and Brig, Aaron Bradshaw were in the plane leaving here today. The group plans to stop in Alabama before going to Arkansas. CONGRESS Continued from Page 1 shop.lust night with fln») approval of a new firm price support measure »nd. passage of [he foreign arms aid bill. The House approved and left on the Senate's doorstep bills dealing with displaced persons, social security expansion, a $1,500,000,000 public works program oleomargarine tax repeal and pension Increases for war veterans. The Senate, in return, passed along lo (he House a revised version of the Tan-Hartley act (opposed by the administration), a national science foundation bill, .and an aid to eudcatlon measure. Neither house acted on committee-approved measures for postal rale Increases 'and authorization for Mr. Truman's program of Industrial aid to underdeveloped "countries. Not even the committees took seriously the President's proposi' for universal military training, but he may revive It again next January. Congress could count among its achievements a rounded program of foreign policy legislation. This Included extension of the European recovery program, approval of the Atlantic act, inauguration of military assistance lo Europe and continuation of the reciprocal trade agreement authority. In a statement.: Senator Lucas of Illinois, Democratic leader of the Senate, said this proved Congress had-"rejected the counsels of the Isolationists." ' On home Issues. Congress voted pay raises for federal -employes, from the President on down the line, and lipped military salaries. It approved some reorganization plans, extended rent control and voted export controls. GOP House Leader Critical The lawmakers also passed a housing bill to run until-March 1. revamped farm price supports, ex- panded the hospital eonitructlon program, authorised ..' rural tele- Phone loans and lifted the minimum wage level from 40 to 76 cents an hour. But while the work done by Congress met with the approval of administration chiefs,- Home Republican Leader Martin of Massachusetts had ' little 'but criticism for It. , ': "The first session . of the Blst Congress which has Just adjourned," he said In a »tatement. "will go down In history as the tree which bent before the gale of statlsm." On the other hand. Senator Morse (R-Ore) said, OOP attacks In Congress against' the .so-called welfare state offer just another instance In which the Republicans are "fumbling the ball again." "The Democrats," he laid, "are getting across to the people that only the Democrats are for (he welfare of the people." And he added: "I think It is « mistake' for the Republican Party to let the Democrats run away with' •'the'- ball." Vole* for Farm Bill WASHINGTON, Oct. 20. (/P) — Senalor Fulbrlght (D-Ark) Joined Die majority yesterday .as (lie Senate approved the compromise form price support bill and sent it to the President. The measure passed 46 • ' to 7. Senator McClcIlan (D-Ark) was not present for the voting. He. previously had announced that he favored the bill. He Is in Europe. FOR SALE TWIN GABLES CLUB See me personally or Phone 3984. JJ.Hargett OWNER NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 111 South Division St., Blytheville, Mississippi County. ' The 'undersigned states thut he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he. has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving morn) turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five PAGE ELEVEN years last pajt; and that the undersigned has never b«eri' convicted'of violating'the law* o* th!» »Ut«, or any other state, relativ* to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application 1* lor .permit to b« Issued for operation beginning on thft 30 day of June 194», and to fxpir« on the 30 day of June, 1950. Ethel Boyett Subscribed and swbrii to be fort mo this 19 day ol October 1M9. Elizabeth Mason, 1 Notary Public My Commission expires; 4-26-50. io-ao-tt LEVEE TAXES NOW DUE! OSCKOUV WILL HE'"IN At Goui'l House Oct. 17lh to 22nd. MANILA, MONDAY, Oct. 2Hh, On« day only At Kit-/..Theatre LBACHVILLE, .TUKSDAY, Oct. 25th, One day only At Ccneral Ins. Office DYKSS, WEDNESDAY, Oct. 2(i(h, One day only Al Mr. Johnson's Office .I01NKK, THUHSIUY, (M. 2711., One day only At Miss. County Bank LUXORA, FRIDAY, Ocl. 28lh, One .day only AI Miss. County Hank OSCKOLA, SATURDAY, Od. 29th, One'day only Al Court House See me at those places or mail your check (with exchange) or Money Order (without «xchangt) to me at Wilson. EMILY P. TRAMMEL Levee Tax Collector Box 327 Wilion, Ark. 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