The Jackson Sun from Jackson, Tennessee on April 12, 1957 · 11
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' PAGE ELEVEN WANT ADS 7-3333 THE-JACKSON SUN, JACKSON, TENN.,. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1957 Golden Bears Elip Coriinith, 6-5; Armstrong Gilbert Lead Attack By CHARLES RAINES San Sports Writer Jackson High Spool's baseball team broke into the win. column for the first time this season yesterday by pulling a last minute -uprising to down a fighting bunch of lads from Corinth, Mississippi 6-5. Alike Armstrong struck a game winning double in the bottom of the seventh inning , to give the' Bruins the one run victory. In the first Inning Corinth was unable to get anyone across the plate as Jerry Gilbert struck two men out and then got another , to pop up. The first inning for the Bears was the same as far as score was concerned but they did fill the bases before being retired. Corinth got two runs in during the second frame due to two errors. . Both of tha Corinth runs were unearned. .Jackson came back in the bottom of the second and with Jerry Gilbert hitting a round tripper with one aboard the score stood knotted at 2-2. Jackson On Sato At Your Favorite Retailer Pot Says . Shor (lad yonall come, Pat. Had a coon that were so real lookm' In the pitcher 'old Blue' took after im, mess youall will h after fix it up. PATTERSON T.Y. SERVICE 144$ E. Chester Phone 2-1521 FISHING SPECIAL! While They Last 1 5-ft. Class Rod 1 Level Wind Reel 1 Jj Practice Plug Complete All 4 Items Best Selection In Town : ALEXANDER'S Sportlnr Goods ' 211 N. Liberty, Ph. 7-4778 7 TRY MILD I ilr C,SA I AM 1 Line added another during the third to lead 3-2 and that's the way things stood until the top of the sixth inning. Jackson was leading 3-2 going into the top of the sixth and then everything went wrong for the Bruins. Jerry Gilbert suddenly lost his control and before the inning was over six men reached base via base on balls route. Jackson was unable to muster any offensive effort during their part of the sixth. Things really began to look bad for the locals for they had only one more chance remain ing in the contest. Corinth 'wasn't satisfied with their one inn lead so they scor ed another In the top of the seventh to make the count 5-3 when Jack son came to bat for the last time P. V. Mount led off the seventh with a walk -and then Glover hit a hot one to short that the lad was unable-to get out of his glove and the tieing runs were on base with no outs. Gilbert came through again with a single and Mount scored from second to make the count 5-4. Glover - advanced to third on a passed ball and Gilbert went to second. The tieing and winning runs were now in scoring position witn no outs -and George Gardner came to bat. G. G. was out on a fielders choice and Glov er scored to knot the-score. Gilbert had advanced to third on Gardner's grounder and the stage was set for Armstrong s game winning blow. Mike pounded -the ball to left cen ter for a two bagger and victory for the Bruins. Gilbert was credited with the Segura, Gonzales. Battle For Title CLEVELAND IB - For the third year in a row the Panchos big Pancho Dick Gonzales and little Pancho . Francisco Segura will battle it out in the finals of the professional tennis tournament at the arena tonight. , The two Los Angeles netters won semifinal matches Thursday night. Segura - disposed of Ken Rosewall of Australia 6-2, 6-3, and Gonzales came from behind to win a struggle with Tony Trabert of Cincinnati, 3-6, -11-8, 8-6. Gonzales, who is shooting for his fifth championship, lost to Segura in the 1952 finals but beat the 36- year-old shotmaker from Ecuador in the 1955 and 1956 finals. Exhibition Baseball By The Associated Press Friday Schedule , Cincinnati at Baltimore Milwaukee vs. - Kansas City New York (N) vs Cleveland Philadelphia vs. Boston Pittsburgh vs. Detroit St. Louis vs. Chicago (A) New York (A) at Washington " Thursday Results Kansas City 5, Brooklyn 4 Philadelphia 7, Boston 1 Pittsburgh 10, Detroit 2 Cincinnati 7, Washington 4 Cleveland 6, New York (N) -4 Chicago (N) 7, Baltimore 6 St. Louis, 5, Chicago (A) 0 Richmond (IL) 6, New York (A) CONDEMNATION NOTICE TO: The Unknown Owners of the tract of land described herein among whom may be Alice Nelson, Joe Nelson, Helen C 0 1 e m a n, Theora Nelson, Margie Jean Lee, Joe Nelson Jr., or tneir neirs, some of whom are believed to be in the .State of Illinois and the whereabouts of the others unknown. You and each of you will please take notice that the City of Jack son, a Municipal Corporation with in Madison County, Tennessee, will file in the Circuit Court of Madi son County, Tennessee, its peti tion to condemn under the eminent domain laws the fee andor ease ments In and to the tract of land described hereafter; said land to be used as a portion of a site for highway-right of way purposes. Said land is described as fol lows:- A triangular piece of land located at Survey Station 856 plus 27 in the northwest corner of the tract of land owned by defendants, containing eight (8) square feet. said land being located in the rear of 531 South Cumberland Street, Jackson, Madison County, Tennes see. - The petition will be filed -with the Clerk of the Circuit Court on April 29, 1957. . THE CITY OF JACKSON By Russell Rice City Attorney (Apr. 5-12-19-26) (3500523330 New 10 H.P. MERCURY MARK 10 with super-slow trolling! Push a lever lor trolling peedo. Posh it back foo power! Glida-Anfto design, is truly weedlaaa. Prop-Je Exhaust buriea fumes and noise. One-bsnd control frees you for fishing! Anti-' friction bearings lengthen SMAIX T" DOWN ' PAYMENT EASY TERMS W. W. SCATES & SONS 313 Poplar Phone 2-1901 3m TROLLING J ill win and Coleman was credited with the loss. Jerry allowed only two hits during the contest, his wild-ness during the sixth and several errors made the Mississippi lads able to threaten the Bears. Stevenson got the big hit off Gilbert, a double in the second. . Gilbert was also the leading batter for the locals with three hits. Cubs Edge Orioles 7-6 KNOXVTLLE 111 It was an off- day today for Knoxville baseball xans, . wno watcned the Chicago Cubs parlay Dee Fondy's two homers and two rally-killing double plays into a 7-6 exhibition .baseball victory , over Baltimore yesterday. ' - -1 Cleveland meets the New Yrok Giants Saturday to wind up J a series of four major league exhibition games here this week. Yesterday's contest ended ; the the Cubs and the Orioles, with the Cubs holding , the edge, 10-8. Both of Fondy's homers came with one aboard, one in a three-run fifth inning the other in hte sixth to give the Cubs a 6-0 lad. After scoring single runs in the sixth and seventh, the, Orioles got three in the eighth, but the rally was 'cut short by an Ernie Banks-Casey Wise-Fondy double play. Bonus-boy Bob Nelson, who led the Orioles at the plate with a triple, double and single, doubled Brooks Robinson home in the ninth. But with the bases loaded, Jim Byburn hit into the same double play combination. Rookie Jim Drott, who gave up seven hits in the seven innings he pitched, was the winner for Chicago. Chicago (n) 100 032 0107 12 0 Baltimore 000 0011316 13 0 Drott, Brosnan (8), Poholsky (8) and Neeman; Johnson, Odell Odell (5) and Byburn; W-Drott. L-Johnson. Home run's Chicago, Fondy (2) Brooks Are Safe NEW YORK UP) The Brooklyn Dogers landed at . LaGuardia. Field shortly before 3 a.m. (EST) today. Their arrival cut short rumors that their plane was down somewhere enroute from Kansas City. v It turned out that the takeoff from Kansas City had been delayed more than four hours in order to de-ice the -club's new twin-engine Convair. 'World Spanner7 WASHINGTON UP) The Army announced today it has developed a new short wave radio transmitter that can beam messages , to "any spot on earth." Called the "world spanner," ine transmitter was designed for use In the army's world-wide communication network. The Army said the transmitter is -"almost 50 times more effective than the loudest commercial broadcasting station." v A spokesman said the transmit ter will cost about $300,000. The transmitter can be housed in a room 50 feet square. Savannah Elects SAVANNAH, Tenn. WV City Commission seats were won in yesterday's , election by Mayor Granville Hinton, former mayor Bob Guinn and J. B. McCaleb Two commission seats were not involved. The new commission, at its first meeting, mill decide which of the five members will be mavor for the next two years Final unofficial returns 'showed Guinn led the five-man field with B72 votes. McCaleb was second with 639 and Hinton third with 537: Colored Death Notice MCKINNEY Mrs. Ella Bell Mc-TCinnev died suddenly April 10th, 10:45 a. m in Jackson-Madison Pniintv General HosDital. The resi dence, No. 546 South Liberty Street. She was an employee of the New Southern Hotel for thirty vears. She is survived by two sons, Mr. Jessie B. Peters, Mr, James Henry Peters all of Jack son. One sister. Mrs. Mary Ann Hines of Jackson, one half-sister, Mrs. Nattie Floyd Hines of Browns ville, three brothers, Mr. Frank Hines" of Brownsville, Mr. Dan Hines of Stanton, Tenn., Mr. Sam Hines of Jackson, three aunts, Mrs. Mammie Mathes, Mrs. Tennessee Orange, Mrs. Alberta . Sandes all of Stanton, four grandchildren three great-grandchildren, two daughters-in-law, Mrs. Elsie Louise Peters, Mrs. CHetes Peters all of Jackson. Host of nieces, nephews and cousins, other relatives. The remains will be in our chapel Sat urday night 8 until 11 p. m. Fu neral service Sunday 11 a. m. in Rock Temple Churcn-in-Cnnst, Elder J. E. Ponderter-officiating. Services will also be same day 2 p. m. Good Hope Baptist church, the pastor ,will officiate. Inter ment in church cemetery. Ford-Fu- neral Home. . . ' Colored Death Notice . CVDANIEL Funeral services for Doris Jean O'Daniel who died' April 11, 1957 at her home, 204 Hale Street. Services will be held Sun day afternoon at 1 p. m. from Cum berland Street, Baptist Church, the Reverend W. M. Monroe officiat ing. Survivors are mother. Mrs. Con nie O'Daniel, sister. Mannie O'Daniel, grandmother, Mrs. Blancn o Darnel four aunts, Miss Bulah O'Daniel, Mrs. Lillie Perry. Mrs. Virgie Epperson and Mrs. Icy McAllister, other relatives and friends. The wake will be in our chapel Saturday evening from 7 to 10 p. m. Interment m Elmwood Cemetery. Stephenson & Shaw Funeral 0 JOE T. SPAIN A . Jacksonian Named Field Representative For Cancer Society NASHVILLE Joe T. Spain of Jackson has been appointed . field representative for the American Cancer Society-Tennessee Division. The announcement of the appointment was made recently by Dr James L. Fowle of Chattanooga, president of the Division. Spain who has been consultant for the Tennessee Department of Public . Health in the Division of Preventable Diseases in West Tennessee for the last 12 years. will assume his new duties on April 15. He is -a native of the Brown's Church community in Madison county where he resides with his wife, the former Louise Cantrell, and his daughter, Joanne, a music major student at Lambuth College, Jackson. Spain is a graduate of Lambuth College and has done graduate work at Union University. For several years after his graduation he taught school ' in Madison County and for four years was employed by the Proctor and Gamble Defense Corporation at Milan. According to Dr. Fowle, Spain's duties will be to assist the twenty-one Cancer Society Units in West Tennessee-, in the development of an accelerated program of cancer control. " Dr. Fowle said, ; "Cancer will strike one outof four persons living today, but we can do much toward saving these lives through an aggressive program of public and professional education, research and diagnoses and treatment. . One third of those who have cancer today are being saved, but that figure should be one-half. This is the goal to which we are striving with the - eventual and complete control of cancer through research." State Plans Appeal In School Case NASHVILLE (jFV- The state is preparing an appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court from an appellate court ruling v. disapproving . the state's "stairstep" college desegregation plan, solicitor General Allison B. Humphreys said last night. ... " Humphreys said assistant state Attorney General Nat Tipton is preparing the appeal. Tipton said he would finish work on it Mon day and would not comment further until then. The case originated in U. " S. District Court in Memphis in 1955, after "five. Negroes sought admission to Memphis State College. . In-answering the suit, the state submitted a plan to desegregate its state colleges- one year at a time beginning with the graduate schools In the fall of 1955, the senior class this year and so on. Federal Judge Marion S. Boyd approved the stairstep ' plan and denied an injunction sought on behalf of the Negroes. State colleges admitted Negro graduate students the .same year under the plan, y On appeal, Boyd's ruling has reversed by the Sixth Curcuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati Jan. 14 of this year, by a 2-1 decision. ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO Virgil Esra. Mrs. Frances Esra vs Virgil Esra, In The Chancery Court of Madison County, Tennessee. In this cause it appearing from , the " bill, i which is sworn to, that the defendant, Virgil Esra, is a non resident of the State of TenneSsee, he is therefore, hereby required to appear before the Chancery Court of Madison County, Tennessee, at Jackson, on or before the First Monday in May 1957, and make defense to the bill filed against him in said Court by Mrs. Frances Esra; or otherwise the bill will as to him be taken for confessed. It is further ordered that this Notice be published once a week, for four consecutive weeks in The Jackson Sun. This March 29, 1957. Hugh Harvey. Clerk and Master. Murray ' & Murray i . Solicitors. j (March 29, Apr. 5-12-19) , ORDER OF PUBLICATION' - TO Mary Leavurn Hale. William Lawton Hale vs . Mary Leavurn Hale, In The Chanceiy Court of Madison County. Tennessee. In this cause it appearing from the bill, which is sworn to. that the de fendant, Mary Leavurn Hale, is a non resident of the State of Tennessee, she is therefore, hereby re quired to appear before, the Chancery Court of - Madison County, Tennessee, at Jackson, on or be fore tne i irst Monday in May. 1957. and make defense to the bill filed against her in said Court' by .Wil liam Lawton Hale; or .otherwise the bill will as to her be taken for confessed. It is further ordered that this Notice be publish ed' once a week, for four consecutive weeks in The Jackson Sun. This March 29, 1957. Hugh Harvey, Clerk and Master. J. L. "Harrington solicitor , Your Hospital Reports Today DISCHARGES: - , Evelyn Church, 112 Dodd Dorothy Davis, Humboldt William Butler Duncan, 237 Pea-body Herbert H. Floyd Sr., Malesus James Aaron Hailey, 2930 Humboldt Highway - - Mrs. Lucy Hart, Enville Mrs. Farmer J. Hearn and baby, Bemis Benzie Lee Johnson, Humboldt Ulys D. Johnson, Route 7 Vernella Moore and baby, Route 7 William Newsom, Denmark John W. Oakley, 225 Crocker Bonnie Fay -Osborne, 89 Radio Road Mrs. . M. . N. Payton and baby, Oakfield Mrs. Albert Phillips, Alamo John Rice, 403 South Church Mrs. Myrtle Richardson, Alamo Mrs. Carol Rogers, Greenfield Mrs. B. B. Sanders, Friendship Mrs. Walter Sisco and baby,. Bemis ' ' f Johnny Sue Taylor, 695 North Hays , ' ' Mrs. Mary Rita Taylor, Henderson Willie J. Toombs, Huntingdon Mrs. J. C. Travis, Shafon MrsvWillard Usletin, Bells James W. Williams Jr., 17 Omar Veronica Wyatt, Route 3 BIRTHS (April 10): Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnwell, Milan, girl Mr. and Mrs. James Webb, Route 2, boy (April 11): Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Broadwell, Adamsville, girl : Mr. and Mrs. Byro Evans, Bemis, girl Mr. and Mrs. James Price, Bolivar Highway, boy Enell and Millard Herron, 347 Lane, boy Mamie Lou and Moses Hurt, 324 Second, girl OCCUPANCY (Midnight, Apr. 11): 163 patients. Jacksonians Honored At Blue Mountain College BLUE MOUNTAIN, Miss. Mis's Ellis Baxter, Jackson, Tenn., was elected this morning by the students of Blue Mountain College to serve as Promotional Vice President on. the Baptist Student Union Council and Miss Barbara White, also of Jackson, was elected Enlistment Chairman. These young women will serve the Council during the 1957-58 session. WSCS Picks Dyersburg MEMPHIS UP) The Memphis Methodist ' Conference . Woman's Society of Christian Service has voted to hold next year's convention In Dyersburg. The- 500 delegates wound up their three-day meeting yesterday. The conference WSCS covers an area including West Tennessee and Western Kentucky ; Jarman's famous WrvTOTrn. ?flh II , "PATH" (QT 31 j p. J J The biggest selling, ) - -MhM ' Seeing is believing - and wearing is knowing. . WHen you" see our smart new Jarman "Patio" patterns,, you'll quickly believe that this style idea deserves its top rating. And once you slip into a slim, light pair, you'll know that there's never been footwear quite so easy-fitting and' comfortable. The "Patio" America's most . popular design is available at our store in several ' , interesting style, leather and color variations. Come in and try' a pair (at. this low price you'll want two pairs!). BUY Correct styfcCPcpular prices" Qur Boarding. House IMDEED, JODGB PEMCHX'SEEkC NO KfeVWRO rOK KSIUKNINO SOUR "SPLENDID DOS MOVJ-EVEf? HAK-KAFF AM OLD PUGILIST T OtiCs MANJA6ED. 6AD NEMS BORKE, LANGUISHES IN JAIL FOR CHASTISING AM OBSTREPEROUS 0AR-TENDER COULD ViE -AH- . ' ' . U -WTUE REWARD a m- . . r-iNc-s- i. T M. . O H. W. New Building Slated For Jackson Office Jackson has been (isied among the top priority group in the program to erect new buildings for the Department of Employment Security, Commissioner Donald Mc-Sween said Thursday. 1 It is expected that a site will be chosen within the next week or two and definite arrangements soon will be made to construct the $80,-000 building from funds available in the current fiscal year. Under a $1,225,000 program authorized by state and national legislation, Tennessee is acquiring buildings for Department of Employment Security offices in every major city in the state. Commissioner McSween explained that funds for the building program came from- "overage" above the amount required for administration of the employment security program from that part of the payroll tax on employers collected for this purpose , He stated that three-tenths of one per cent of the pay roll tax is collected for administration but this CABIN SITES Shady lots well located on' Kentucky Lake approximately 2 miles from Perryville on the Decaturville road. D. C. Davis. BE A SPORT Fishing- Supplies Camping Supplies -- m Baseball Supplies - Tennis & Goll ' " J Equipment ' Johnsey's Sporting Goods 443 N. Royal Phone 7-1082 SHOES KNOW THE CASE, 6lf? THAT , 6ARKEEP HAS BEEN IN 4 THIS IS ffURKE'S FIRST OPFErtSBX,LL SB lenient a io rms and mail you tub 6alance of the 2s reward after paylms costs um au ITE A COINCIDENCE.'. YOUl?.H0tf0R.LMT& A COINCIDENCES- has .proved more than enough to pay administrative costs. Prior to 1954, this "overage" went into the general fund of the United States Treasury Huntersville Club Has Demonstration On Cake Decorating " Mrs." W. E. Roever and Mrs. John Dougan were hostesses to the Huntersville Home Demonstration Club in Mrs. Roever's home. The president, Mrs. iA. R. Buntin, welcomed six visitors from the Pleasant Hill Club. Mrs. Raymond Hardee gave the devotional. Following a short busies session, Mrs. Murry, Buntin gave a demonstration on cake Remium r All-gram Quality decorations with imlque and clever Ideas. ' Mrs. Rowland Harris entertained members with a contest in. which. Mrs. Roy Haynes was winner cf the prize. Mrs. A. R. Buntin presented each member and visitor with flowers. i - The May meeting will be held in the home of Mrs.r L. 1 Miller, College Scores Michigan 14, Georgetown (DC) Indiana 8, DePauw 2 ' ' Purdue 12, Wabash 0 WaterHeafer With VIT-R0CK lining! Ksck toil rutll that' why only Coleman water heaters with VU- . 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