The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1944 · Page 8
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P PAGE EIGHT ~' BLYTIIEVILUS (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Fishing Club Members f^paf For'Opening Day' At Armorel will be a turnout which Afmorel has Rain'' or - shine, Sunday «ill be "opening day" at Ai morel Lake, Mid 'reports are that most mem- bus of- the Armorel Fishing Club already are feverishly shaipening their crapple and uieam hooks In anticipation. If these reports arc true, there "" " the like of not seen in many a year, because the newly organized .fishing : club boasts a full roster of 200 members, each of which can bring guests or members of their Immediate families. 'Ever since the lake was restocked .list year with more than 100,000 gime fish, the word has been going around that a man would hove to hide, behind a tree to bait his hook, and this no doubt will ac- whcn accompanied by a member, with each member limited to five guests a, month. One legal limit will be allowed for the combined catch of gucit and member In any one day and (lie guest fee will be ?1. No membership Is Iransferrablu nnd no new members will be nc- ccptcd unless a vacancy should occur, then (he fee for such new member will be set by the committee. Amendments Possible By-ltvws can be amended by a vole of two-thirds of those present at a meeting called for that purpose by the president at least 30 days prior to the meeting. Definite date set to pay;dujs Is January 1 cnch year, with' 30 days count for a record turnout of ang- I grace allowed, but no privileges lers beginning at the crack of \ wil1 be allowed _ during the ' grace d<Hvri; Sunday, However, veterans period until membership fee is »t- the—game of catching them, PaW. Slale game and fish laws will be observed, and no motor boats will be allowed on the lake. ' The rulM provide that any member guilty of violating club rules or Stnlc or Federal fish and game laws will be automatically ousted from the club. The lake will not be open to the public at any time. , Members of the committee will decide on measures to be taken to ascertain rightful membership to fishermen. The by-laws also provide that members of Ihe adm- eti forces now 1n service will be allowed to Join the club nl $10 fee when the war Is over and lhat lumbers of the armed services will admitted as guests when accompanied by club members paying tlic regular gHHsl fee. Mr. Regenold has released for publication In the Courier News tomorrow a complete list of charter members. • uncertain are the feed- Ing', habits o! the finny creatures, Midv these., veterans' have their lingers crossed. At any rale, the lake will be .open to those who have paid their dues,'and tlrat means the biggest, part of the membership. To Employ Caretaker Eddie Regenold/ president of the club, said, boats now under construction probably would not be ready by Sunday, but that a paii of the dock would be ready for use and that some fishermen already have placed their own boats In the lake. Thus far, Mr. Regenold has not been able to employ a caretaker to patrol the lake, rent the boats and sell live bait, but some person will be engaged as soon as possible. petails'of organization were being completed this week. Mr. Regenold has appointed the fol- liwlng board of directors:'R. L. Wade, K. C. Williams, W. M. Wallace, . Rosco Cmfton, Jesse Taylor, and the board also will Include himself and Arthur Vance, secretary-treasurer. I By-laws mid regulations were adopted by all members present at (he first meeting n week ago al Armorel school. Tlmy. c ^ll foi restriction of the lake to members, their immediate families and guests. Only one legal limit may be taken by theh eutlic fmully In ally one day. If the member 01 one of his Immediate family use the privilege any one day nnd no other members of his family fish that day, the party fishing mny take the limit of 15 fish. , Guests will be admitted only In Drake Relays 'Sure Winners' .Believed Few DES MOINES, IOUR. April 2ft ?UF>—You can pay jour money and take >our choice*in the Drake relays tomorrow. The weather Is Uncertain, nnd most of the performers ^in collegiate events arc Untried. Only two events In tilts 1 35-year-old track and field carni- i val are dominated by men who ap- yftar to be sure winners, Ensign Cornelius Warmerctam, the only po)e vaulter ever to top 15 ' leet, shouldn't have any trouble in his specialty. And Buddy Young of uunols seems certain to flash home nrst in the 100 yard dash. "liP 10 P° le - vau 't runway probably win be soggy, so experts don't expect Warmerdam to crack his record vault of 15 feet, eight and one- »alf inches. But they do think he'll top 15 feet. Minnesota's Big Ten champion. Jack De Field, should provide some competition /or War- nierdam. «,. Bl ', t ? di ' Yolm S of Illinois has equalled the uorld record hi the f£" ya ,m d i- h ' And he mi * u lo win the 100. His main opposition will from Cadet Len Alkon ior- - ° f KMlchl B»n nnd Missouri's ml cnam P l0 " Inland BossL-11 The relays open today with high mb?Hi eVenU - Becauso of lr " cl restrictions on service trainees, all the collegiate events sre scheduled ftr tomorrow. In the relay events Notre Dame's team apwa rs o be IwJ I £f> ' "I' 11 im ' 10i5 ' Purd " c ' Mm Pitches No-Hit ConSest Boston Knuckleballer Shuts Out Brooklyn 2 to 0 Yesterday By United 1'rcss Jim ToMn ot tiic Boston Braves holds the distinction of pitching the first Major League no-lilt game since 1941. The red-lmlrcil Boston knucklebnllcr Joined baseball's Immortals with his 2 lo nuthlnu shutout of the Brooklyn Dodgers at Boston yesterday. The Dodgers lincl nicii on base only twice, Paul Wancr walked lo stnrl the game, nnd Wim- cr walked again with two out hi the ninth. Yesterday's diamond action also produced a new American League record. Tlic Saint Louis Browns set a new mark for consecutive games won at the start of the season, They defeated the Cleveland Indians nt Saint Ixmls 5 ti> 1 for their eighth straight victory. The old record of seven was lield by the New York Yankees. In the second National League gnme played yesterday, the Cardinals edged out the Cincinnati Reds 3 to 2 at Cincinnati. New York at Philadelphia nml Chicago nt Pittsburgh were postponed. ' The second American Lonuuc game saw the Detroit Tigers (jo twelve Innings lo beat the Chicago White Sox 2 to nothing. Bob Swift's twelfth-Inning double gave Tiger pitcher Hut Newhouser the victory. : Games between the Philadelphia Athletics and New York Yankees nt New York, and Hie Boston Red Sox and Washington Senators at Washington were postponed. FKIDAY, AF1UI; 28, DOPE BUCKET BX J. P, FBIEND CM 'EM ItliADV | credited with fighting and rescuing A plea, carrying with It a silent U'e regional colonel, who had been warning no doubt, lo get the boys taken prisoner, ready physically before sending 'eml -The Colonel waved his swagger over, has been received by Lieut, j slick, lolling us lo shoot (lie x!&C? Bill Adams, nthlctlc officer at Ihc'aml come get him and we did" •Blyllicvlllc Army Air Field, from Captain Settlemlre explained fie Capt. Paul Scttlomlro, a Joncsboro commanded the regimental cannon boy and Arkansas State College slar company. tUhlele, who is considered one of; Having worked rlehl ilrmo- Mh the outstanding Heroes of World lnm , Lieut, Adains was not sur- iC^Sli ^ »-r «"as^S M. He wasn't afraid of anything," II *!il<i 'during the discussion of you'"scnd"any'^wrurts'ovcr"to 1 ''me illf'"'.'",,"? 'f™' 11 ^. "Ilmv e seen they had better be in Eood nlw K l- '," " ldor flrc In '°9 tb »». when Ihe going was so tough I couldn't see how he could survive. But he , al , had thai extra "something" to come M. those of.othere were at slake'. He Java. Ends 'Name' Troubles KANSAS CITY, Kan. (UP) — Charles Rushkewitz got tired of, having his name misspelled and! mispronounced, so lie petitioned to| have It changed here recently. The court clerk misspelled 11 "Buskc- wltz" twice before the harassed innti was legally declared "Rushke- wllz" no longer, but "Rush" lu- slcad. Many of our jeeps are now equipped with 6-pound vertical winches, giving Hie vehicles a minimum hauling power of 2000 pounds. Baseball Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pot. New York •..; 5 j. .533 St Lo»ls 6 2 .750 Cincinnati 5 2 .714 Philadelphia' .,4 3 isn Brooklyn , 3 4 ,429 Pittsburgh .' i 3 .250 Boston ; 2 • Q .250 Chicago i c .143 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. St Louis 8 0 Philadelphia ;...3 2 Boston i j i 3 3 Now 1 York ;:..a 3 Detroit 3 4 Washington Chicago .. Cleveland 2 3 •1 4 1 5 Pet. 1,000 .600 .000 .500 .420 .400 .200 .167 • Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston 2, Brooklyn 0. St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 2. New York nt Philadelphia, postponed. Chicago at Pittsburgh, postponed AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis 5, Cleveland 1. Detroit 2, Chicago 0 (12 hinlngsl Boston at Washington, postponed Philadelphia at New York postponed. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Little Rock at Memphis. Birmingham nt New Orleans. Knoxvllle at Atlanta. Chattanooga at Nashville. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at New York, Boston at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh nt Cincinnati. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis at Chicago. Cleveland at Detroit. Philadelphia at Boston. Only games scheduled. Spring and Summer TUNE-UP Save Gasoline . . . Save Tires. Get All-round UeUcr Performance I T I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrjfler Dealer P»rti * Service Ul W. 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Beautiful 2-Toue Color, Driven less than 7000 Miles, Completely Equipped to Drive, See Our Other "Foremost Value" Used Cars Trade-Ins Accepted. Liberal Terms Available. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Walnut at 5ih -T«l. 453 , * i.. . Tax Assessment Notice! This Is the Year for Assessing Personal Property and Farm Lands ASSESS YOUR PROPERTY NOW AND MAKE SURE ITS RIGHT // you {ail to assess your property the law requires me to assess it for you. You know the value of your property better than anyone else. Please help me to fix the proper value on your property. W. W. (Buddy) WAISON ; ';&. ;\' County Assessor ••. I . whc " tllc chl J' s wcf e mire writes, "you me In the physical fitness cna ol the army 1 n,,," 11 Tri". " lr n" °J, imy """ 8 '" game. What a racket you have. If ?" *' W * lrln « " le <"«usslon of you send any recruits over to me !. ' " ncl t 0 ™" 1 "^- "I hfiv e seen they hail bettor be in good physical condition. "I have seen a good deal ot the world, Africa, Sicily and now here In England. They haven't been easy limes over here lint just as soon as we can finish this next lltlle job I think ril lie ablu to get, home. . . . I'll sure )je glnd to set foot on llic good ole U.S.A. again.' I have liecn overseas better than 18 months now", Holder of the Distinguished Service Cross and Silver Star, Order of the Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster. Capt. Settlemlre Is listed as one of the greatest athletes in history of Joneslxiro Stale College, ilc cnrnwl four letters In football, two In basketball and a pair In track and was outstanding in all sports, Lieut. Adams reports. "IAKHIK1) DELI, GlKl, Capl. Scttlcmiie, husband of Mavis Whistle of Dell, earned his Distinguished Service Cross In a spectacular, daring piece ol work. At Train lie nnd three of Ills men are •' nml stacked high," Ca[>l. Scttlemire Is tiie second Arkansan to win tile Distinguished •Service Cross, awarded" to , soldiers who distinguished themselv'e'ir 'to' exceptional meritorious duty of great responsibility. Brig. Gen Eti- nar King, Van Binen, was n, e other. His award came for outstanding service In caring for the wounded following the attack on Pear Har- uor. ARKANSAN WINS HIGHEST Thirty Arkansaas have won the Silver Star, awarded to Army or Navy Service men for gallantry in action In situations not warranting the award of the Medal of Honor or the Distinguished Service. Cross. To 'date In this war, Gen.' Douglas NfacArlhur, a nallve ol Little nock, is !hc only Arkansan lo win the highest mlliiary decoralion — liic Congressional Medal. Gen. MacArthur received Hie bronze five-pointed star for "con- splclou.5 leadership and intrepidity" In the Philippines campaign. Little Rock also produced the only Arkansan to win the Navy Cross In this war. Recipient of this decoration, awarded to persons in the naval service who distinguished themselves by "extraordinary hcro- ' service", was Lt-Com. c. He received the award Klchard p. (Dick) Tipton, Capt. Calvin Moody, Capt. C. E. (Gene) Hood, and Capt. J. B. <Jimmy)' Crook,.. artf N .among the Arkansans wtio hjtfe received the Distinguished Plying Cross. Several Arkansons have received liotn th c Distinguished Flying Cross mid Silver Star. Capt. Mar/shall sneed, who once played against the fflythevlllc Chicks In football, Is one. '•. • It seems that Arkansas boys are doing their share In this war. Colonel McGuire Speaks To Rotarians Yesterday Lieut. Col. Harry McOuire of Blylhcville Army Air Field was guest speaker at (lie meeting of Ism PRESCRIPTIONS Prahnl Stock Guaranteed Best Priew Kirby Drug Stores _, _-„.,, ..!,.<,,<jo n/ (,1/irii,- ivj. VYHfiSeii, lie I CCClVPn fl>n i\vivn hrough. If he did that in play, It [in March, 942 for ''com'aeeous ac Un'l surprising at all to learn that I lion nnd devotion to duty" lu B Sc- Lrr»l!T.».- ",1* <^ ul evacuation of wolc'dVrom Four Blylljcvllle boys, Major CLOCKS REPAIRED Electric or Stem Wind. Work Guaranteed. A. B. F 0 R D At P«t O'Bryant'i Jewelrjr j They're all here in a compact book . printed in four colors throughout. All pictures were painted by a well-known artist and were approved by the Navy Department in Washington, D.C., and the Army authorities ot Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, * Come in immediately for your copy. No charge, of cource.. 322 MAIN STREET notary Club members yesterday jjoon at Hole) Noble, when lie cliosc as Ills topic, "Organization of the Army". Guests present at tlic meeli were E. p. Ford of Kennelt, Mo., J, W. Meyer of Wilson, S. P. Reynolds of Carutliei'sville, Charles Baker of Kcnnctt, Cliff Biteancc of Marked Tree, Dan Poil.ls of Lc- panto. C. G. Redman. E. B. 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