The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 12, 1938 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 12, 1938
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PAGE sac BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1938 Meets Englishman Local Quint Trims Luxora Boys; Visiting Girls Win Handily Greek Meets Rabban aiul '.nghshman Opposes Art BV J. P. FRIEND The Blylheville Chicks continued lo feast on Mississippi County cage.coftpetltlon by again defeating Luxora, 40-31, here last night, for their eleventh triumph of the season and eighth within the county. : Blytheville, however, could claim no belter than an even break as the Luxora lassies defeated the local sextette, '33-21, in the preliminary. The feature game was rough -and hard fought. Twenty-nine fouls were called by referee Mur- vln Graves. One player was disqualified for unnecessary roughness, and two were excused because of four personal fouls. About (he middle of the third period Holmrt PoU?el was adjudged linndliiie Russell Mosley too roughly and was expelled. Mosley fouled out, In . the same quarter and a while later ' Alvin Hicks. Luxora's ace forward, committed his fourth and. wen I to the showers. Alvin Justice, Chick substitute, Carl Hughes, forward. C. Potect, Luxora reserve, and li. { Poteel. c«ch had three. Not n ree- i nlar escaped^:! th out atjast one. ^ As has been the case in the ' caril ut th'c American I.ofjlon uremi. major number of their games, the | Chickasaws took a first Quarter' lead and steadily mounted the score without being overtaken. A Good Pair To Draw To Blood T«U to P™. Paternity Held Useless Ail IVrkius A lough customer from Detroit, Art Perkins, will meet the English second. Scott opened the game at guard but shifted to forward. Vein Lee Pickeit led the ulythevllle scoring with nine points, one better than Thompson, her running mnte.' / The lineups .and summary: They led, 12-4 In Ihc first, 22-18. n(, halftime, and 3G-24 at the third quarter. Though failing to make good many fine shots, they played a smooth, consistent same. Luxora, on the other hnnd, displayed a scoring punch only In the second quarter when they outplayed the Chicks. Junior George, n fast, half pint forward with a remarkably accurate eye for. long shots, kept Luxora in the ball [>nyn C ~Vr. game during that spuil. But he ' \\vas slopped In tlie second hail'! only to have, Alvin Hicks break out with scoring rash. Hicks tallied nine before he was removed. "Wild Bill" Godwin , Danny Warrlngton and Big Carl Hughes were tlie winners' fair haired Ijoys in the scoring column. Godwin copped high point laurels with, m . u B Johnson lout of 4; seven field goals, nosing out War- J slnmliclf nom , Ollt 0[ 2 ScoU rington by one point. Danny, in i |lonc out 0( , turn, eked out a single point mar- | Pelsolw i rou)s comml t tct |_p, ck . Luxora (33) 1'os. Blylheville 1211 Clnrk, 14 f Pickeit, U D. Johnson. !) f Lcjjgett, 1 Britton. f . Thompson, 8 T. Johnson g \ -Foster Scott. 4, f g' Grimes 1! Siillba Substitutions: (Luxora) — Stan- Held, f HI. Gunner, f, E1IL-., f, Payne, g, Gnllop, g, Gee, g. (Bly- thevll!e»—Wnlpolc (1), (f, Grimes, f, Rough, f, Craig, g. Foul goals completed: Pickell 3 oul of 0; Leggetl 1 out of three; Wnlpolc 1 out of three; Thoinp. son four out of ."icven; Clnrk 4 oul •Inglon 3 out, of 4; Hughes none out of 3; Godwin 0 oul of 6; Mosey 0 out of 2; Bunch 1 out'of 1; flicks 2 out of 7; Roberts none out or 2. C. Poteet 2 out of 2, H. po- .eel 1 out of 3; George 2 out of 2, Lynch 1 out of 2. Referee—Graves; Timer, Puckctt. gin over Lusora's Hicks. Hughes j r totaled elfiht points. Mosley, Tom- Dope Bucket By J. P. Friend my YVniTliigton nnd Hughes turn- j £|, lv j, , ed In sparkling- floor performances, /.... , i ; as did C. Poteet and Herman ,-...„ ,' Lynch for the visiting five. Lcggelt, 2, Grimes 1, Thompson 1.. -Foster 2, Grimes 4, Saliba 2, U .Johnson 1. llrtl- Hs a, Scott 3. Gnllop 1, The Blytheville girls broke Into itbn 1, lie twenties for the first time this Gee 1. the year, but lo spoil their efforts the Luxora lassies crashed the thir.- tles for a comparatively easy vie-. Wry. Girls Fiiul Raiicr. The locals, however, save the fans something to cheer about by staging a thrilling comeback In Hie fourth quarter. Held lo a single field goal for three quarters, they suddenly found . the range, looping four in rapid succession. But the final whistle throttled their newly discovered punch. Grade Lee Clark and Emm fjeolt, who were members of the. champion Blytheville Steam Laundry softball team, nnd the John- ion sisters paced the winners. Ciarl: scored fourteen points for Teclmtelt fol]ls committed-3»- BriUon I, Ellis '>, Payne 1, L E A G U K MEETING — The Northeast Arkansas League hlgl- moguls go into their first pow wou of tlie new year tomorrow at Par- agoulil . . . The main item o. business Is to determine the league membership . . . Then, if necessary, they shall take immediate steps lo secure new memberfc should any of Ihc old ones drop nit . . . Batesvllle likely wll be formally admitted, succcedlpi Osceola. recently .dissolved Officers are due. to be elected, bu most, if not all, are due for re Officials: Marvin Graves (Kansas State Teachers), referee; James Pucketl (Arkansas Slate College), timer; Scorer—Roland Bishop. Hoys' Game Blylheville 140) Pox Luxora (3!) election President Joe H DertiL', Paragould, and Kennel Riddle, Jonesboro, secrelary-treas ilrer, are sure, repetiler.s . . . There may he changes in Ihe vice presidencies. GIANTS IN—Assurance thatBly «,,.—.<- ,™, ,,,-, „„,.,„, ,.„, Ihevllle would again be represent D.Warrlnglon. 13 f Hicks, 12l etl " tllc clrcuit was received yes Two opponents of nbout. equal strength and ability will tangle In the main event of th.e wrestling card here Ataidny nlglil when Najeeb Rnbban, the mighty Kurdish grappler, relurns lo the local arena to take on "Dynamite". Jo< Dillman, the Greek. Rabban WHS the performer who finally ended Ihe winning spree of Charles Sink ey here tome lime ago and is one of (he brawniest fellows on Mike Mcroney's circuit. His most effct live weaix>n Is his deadly "cruel flxion" hold. Rabuan will have plenty lo think about when he mixes It, up with the big Greek, however, ON Dill man lias been In Urn mat game fu) many years, meeting some of tin , best men In the business, lie is rugged and stronij. Art Perkins of Detroit has teen selected as the next opponent, (if Ted liell, tlie classy middleweight, who has beeen throwing them with regularity since lie has been In the employment of Professor Mike. Bell Is a hard man to bent at his v/elghl and Perkins musi nte all his skill if he Is lo stay on top of tlie cm-ley headed boy. I gelling Into the playoff 'would I c I n .special Incentive tor tlie clubs . 3. Adjust the Northeast Aransas schedule with that of the Itty League so as to wind up B season about the same time . . If they have the Shaughessy playoll', then adopt H, or ring out Ihe schedule ... 4. Of r cash prizes for the bnttlng tampion and the leading pitch r, based on earned run aver ges ... 5. Encourage the mu- res to speed up the game, is eclally those at, nighl . . . Cer- aln restrictions can be made so s lo let the fans get home bc- ore midnight as is often, the ca"-e , That alone should enconr patronage. • OFFER CONGRATULATIONS— }nr congralulations are extended .rluph Goss, Hollendale, Miss ght heavyweight, and Lloyd lontgomery, Bauxite, heavyweight, or their line performances in the louthcrn Golden Gloves tourna- nent . . . They were the only! leniphis representatives to emerge vith titles ... A remarkable tei I ure was that both won every I out by the knockout route . I Sot one went beyond the second > omul, either . . . Goss won three coring first round kayoes in ho ind the other going an extra sci ion ... Montgomery needed only Ihitry seconds lor his fliai aid a minute nnd (en seconds : lo capture the title ... In ease i'ou don'l remember the name, joss is the young man who slammed Bab Roberts loose from, Ws Mid-South Golden Gloves crown. . . The novice winners in the viemplils tourney are scheduled lo go to New Orleans for an in- .er-city match next month as a reward for their fine work in i West of the Cotton Belt Railroad right-of-way, conies lo a dead nbonl one hundred sixty ff North of Main Street. It was laid I out many years ago and was re- LONDON (UP)—Blood tests can dedicated as a part of the BugB ,| never prove paternity, Dr. G.I Addition about 1907. Thorough in- Hoche Lynch, home ollke analyst, declares in the annual report of the National Council for the Unmarried Mother and Her Child. vcsligation shows that said portion' iM-alth standpoint. Tlie owner of | used as n street and that it lias never been needed and will not be Tn those cases where tlie tests j needed as n street. The owner of Inijidite that the <ill<igecl I'nlhcr: the lots lo th<> West of this street could have been the IiUhor the J and the Cotton Bell Railroad are. Hughes, B Godwin, H Mosley, C T. Wnrrlngtbn, .0 Roberts, 0 H. Poleel, 2 George, 10 Lynch. 3 Substitutions: (Luxoral—C. Po- teel. f, (4); Clark, Childs, f, Jenkins, c, (2); Justice, g-f, <2I; Hancy, g; Bunch, g. in. Personal fouls committed — D. Warrington 2, Hughes 3, Godwin 1, Mosley 4, T. Warring ton 2, Jus- lice 3, Hicks 4. C. Poteet 3. H. Po- teel 3, Clark 1, George 1, Lynch 2. high. B. Johnson had nine for Foul throws completed—D. War- In This Comer BY ART KRENZ lerday Secretary Fred A$55flOO BUST Ar ONE HOW LOOKS . A 6SXWO SUCCESSFUL &EASOH AT F-fffsr BASE: To F/MSH SECOND SOLD &/ mo BUSK " CINCINNATI IN #35 AND.falK.Teo A$ UNFIT Saliba had n Idler from Bill Ter ry. New .York Giant manager nn head man of the local '-jernts Instructing him to attend Id meeting .nnd represent Blythevil! Memphis Bill gave him an (liorlly to guarantee Hie leagu lhat Blytheville would be read to go with Ihc opening blast an the $1000 deposit would be fortl coming when requested . . . Wor wax also ' received Hint Jonesbor officials voted to retain their fran chlsc, big league connection or r big league connection . . . Hou: ton Johnson was elected prcsider of the club following Paul Moll is ... Paragould will have working agreement with Memph for another year . . . Newport ha Ihe tacking of the St. Louis Ca clinals . . . Carnthersvllle is farm of Cedar Rapids, la., a lin in the Card chain . . . Batesvill Ihe baby member, will depend the SI tx>uis Browns for the financial and playing talent su Hans Wagner shows' Mabe Ruth the hands lhat hf-l;)Kl make him uasf-bnll's all-time shortstop. The Flying Dutchman and Ihc former home run king cut lip uld touches at the in New York. basi-bull wrili-r lesls proved nothing," the ivjiort! slates. "There would be in any given loc'iillty in;u» men of Ihe .sjime blood group combination who could equally have been the father." In Jamaica, natives run 18 miles npliiil, carrying fresh fish lo tlu- markets, The runner who roaches nuukel hrsl gi'Ls the beil for ills fish. WARNING OUDER No. SKIS Ike Ward is warned to appeal- In the Chnncr-ry Court for the Ctilckasawbu District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days to unswer a complaint llleil aBainst him. et al., by J. H. Crain, as trustee for f.ce Wilson & Company, a estate. WITNESS, my hand and seal as Chancery Court Clerk this January 29, 1938.' 11. M. Cn/VId. CLERK By Elizabeth Blythe, D. C. Khane ^ Pendler, .Solicitors for Plaintiff. ?.a-5-12-19 . NED by thclCil City of Blyth Three For One To Use Camera "Eye" In Hot Springs Races HOT SPRINGS. Ark., Feb. 10.— As work of putting the improved Oaklawn Park plant into tip top condition nears completion, trainers with horses on the grounds have begun to increase the workouts of Ilicir charges in preparation for the annual local spring meeting opening Feb. 28. Improvements made since last Rollte Hemsley I „' the Bluff City Blytheville will have three eligiblcs for the 'rip . , . They arc: Atlas James, Holland. Mo., flyweight. Aaron Byrd. welterweight, and Hugh "Tex" Ifartert. middleweight . . . Harwell has been suffering from nn attack of the tin since Ihe meet, but is convalescing. « 6 fl DIDJA KNOW?—That I.. S. U. has lost but one regularly scheduled game that J. B. "Ears" Whttworth scouted? . . . Yeah, man! . . . Ears modestly asserts Ihc thing which makes a good scout! Is a good ball club back home ... He may have something there. year, \vhen the irnck had one of its most successful meetings, include the enlargement and re-arninge- ment of the pari nuituel department, changes within the xraud stand, reconditioning of tile approaches of the track, new stables and tlie construction of quarters for raring officials 011 top of the grandstand roof. Another important work soon to be started is the installation of Ihe lightning eye camera, which will be used lo assist the placing judges in accurately clcLcrmming tlie resulls of all races during the 30 day meeting which irill not end until Arkansas Derby Day, April 2. Jiuiinj Jones, owner of the camera equipment will aid in ilie installation work, all of which will be completed well before the opening bugle i sounded. Dining the 30 days the horses wil hold forth at the beautiful Spf track, the Ouklawn Jockey Clul will give away S1M,1)1)(I in purs money. The $5.000 Arkansas Deibj lopliiu's nil of the races, to he run WARNING OUDKIl IN THE CHANCERY COURT. CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Rodney C. Poulke, Plaintiff vs. -. NO. esae Frances Foulke, Defendant, The defendant Frances Fonlke Is warned to appear in the chancery Court for the Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty daj's and" answer the complaint, of the plain- ff. Rodney C. Foulke. Witness my hand, as clerk of aid court, and the seal thereof n thii{ 22nd day of January. 1938. H. M. CRAIG, Clerk By Elizabeth. Blythe. D. C. vy W. Crawford, Ally for PHf. loy Nelson, Ally, ad Lilem. Seal* 29-5-12-10 willing nnd" requesting lhat said .street be vacated and closed. In ( ndditioji to finding that said street s not needed, as above set out, the council finds that from the of ihe health and l.-eanty of this particular vicinity,; suld street .should be vacated and [ clostd from Main Street North lo an alley which also represents the North end of s«id street. Therefore: BE IT ORDAINED by thc|Ciil! Council of the vilte: (II Nineteenlh Street- north of Main street, and which -lies Immediately west ol' Ihe Colton Belt Hnilroad right-of-way, be, am) the same is hereby, vacated and forever closed lo the public. (2) Since said street Is not and never has been used, it grows | up In weeds, is unsightly and \ produces a bad situation from n j of nineteenth Street has never been! the fee needs this property so r-s! to connect his business and other 11 property with the facilities andj| iwe.s of the adjoining railroad} property. An emergency Is therefore declared and for ihe general health, peace and safety, this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and afler its passage and the erection of a building in substantial compliance with ihe plans nnd specifications .submitted nt this lime. Passed and approved Ihls 8 day of February, 1338. Manila Teams Split Pair With Carawa Roy Hughes l>orl . It was hoped the league would be increased to cighl but the withdrawal of Osceola likely knocked the idea into a cocked hat . . . Sikeston was figured on ralher slrongly. as was Ken- tirtt. but neither appears strong enough lo .voport a league team. • » • RECOXfMENDATIONS — If I may be bold enough to say so. there are a few suggestions T would like to make to the directors . . . Personally, 1 Uiink they would help Whether they would mink so may be a black horse of another color . . . 1. Adopt a schedule by which nil clubs rotate In order . Last season ihe first half was almost over before Blytheville played one series with Paragould . .' . The reason given in mr>;lng up such a schedule was lo cut down on the mileage. 'Ihe idea was fine. but the saving was nothing compared to gate receipts lost hy having ihe MUIC clubs meet reg- ulnrly . . . Every club should np- penr at home for one series first ... 2. Make an agreement wilh the Kitty League for an annual playoff ... it would be not only a financial gain, but the publicity and prestige would also add much color to the game and Class D baseball . . . The possibilities of 4-H Club Tourney At Manila Ends Tonight MANILA. Art, Feb. 12. — The annual county 4-H club basketball tournament conies to a close here tonight but finalists were still undetermined in games played through yesterday afternoon and this morning. Results: I boys) Ekron 18, Half Moon. 12; Blackwater 1C, Little River 7: Shady Grove 12. Hocky 25; Drown 16. Yarbro 21: Lost Cane 16. Lone Oak 3: Black Water 15. Gosnell 16; Half Moon 8, Boynton 11; Pawheen 5. Rocky 4; Shady Grove 13, Forty and Elgin 10. Results: (girls) Shady Grove 36. Rocky 0; Brown 0. Ynrbro 22; Lost Cane 10, Lone Oak. 18: Black Water 18. Gosnell 8: Ekiou 5. Boynton 13; Forty and Eight 9, Rocky C. MANILA, Ark., Fern. 12 — Th Manila r.igh school boys' miint de tented Caraway 36 lo 24 bill th Caraway girls swamped the Ma iiiln girls. 25 to G. in games playe last night ut Caraway. Williams and Bluckwood pace* tin- Manila boys with 13 points each. The girls' game was featured by cellfnl work by 1.1m Caraway guards. Attest: Ruth Blythe (Mayor) (Seal) (City Clerk) ORDINANCE NO. 418 iN ORDINANCE TO VACATE AND CLOSE NINETEENTH STREET FORM MAIN STREET NORTH. Nineteenth Street, lying North if Main Street and immediately QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We pay highest prices on poultry at all times. O SAVE Q «p MONEY AT V GAINES HKT. 118 W. Main Phone 93 DUTY 5IAHLBS6 . ONLY $215.00 193<l Chevrolet iy z Ton Truck 157" Truck—Stake Body. Only $87.00 down am) SI7.00 per month. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Slh & Walnut Phone 810 inches thick. H was cut as a table top. but is miu preserved r.s The queen bee is nothing bill a very efficient egg-laying machine The (|iieen bee cannot make wax carry pollen, or do many of the things of which the commr.r tvorkcr bees are capable. fc^ Billy Sullivan Catcher Rollie HemHcy, above, moves from the St. Louis Browns to the Cleveland Indians in exchange for Second Baseman Roy Hughes, center; Catcher Billy Sid- llvnii. below: and Ed Cole, a pitcher who served with Gnlves- ton last season. The University of California _ has a solid board of sugar pine, i 5's feel wide, 18 feet long, and 8 WRESTLING MONDAY NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK Hive some 2x4, 2x6 and 2*8 twelve and fourteen fftt lonj cyprfss for sale al K2.50 P«r thousand dtllv- Crr(1 ' G. G. CAUDILL Phone 797 JOE DILLMAN vs. N A JEEB RABBAN TED BELL vs. ART PERKINS American Legion Arena, North Secnuci Rl. 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