The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1937 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 23, 1937
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'PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS Athletics, Use to Cellar, Don't Like Hot Food, R,arefiecl Air This'Is the flrsl of a series ot stories on major league training eaihpj aiid 1931 prospects. BY HAKUV GltAYSON Sports Editor, NEA Service .MTJXICO CITV'—Connie Mack imd- the • -Philadelphia Athletics nre complaining about the altitude -of Mexico .City and yenrn for-that" dear Port Myers,'where they trained for so many years. At first thought, it .might, be asked just what Senor Mack and Jils men have to grumble about. They are 7.348 feet above sea, •which Is H.098 feet higher than they'll finish In the American League in 1037. Eerier Mafk broiujhr the Athletics to the land of the Mpnle- >,umas for several reasons. Tlio venerable ambassador realized that liny would be made to look and . feel good nfii semi -prof cssiorinl native clubs, and Jic could gel money without being charged with obtaining it under :false protcnscs. ,The noble .athletes were made to., feel at home the first (lay •having to .drive a herd of sheep aiid mules out'of the local orchard, Parqua Delta. Wrick: fell that his htltcrs wouk jbe encouraged by the basebal traveln? like a golf ball \vhei struck on the snout In the rare- fleM ; atmosphere of the Mexlciti 'capital. Blows Hot. anil Cold What Senor Mack didn't figure on" ^as that lib; hirelings would loll", hi . below-the-Troplc-of-Cnricci heat during the day and wlicr the sun weitt down have to bundle upj/as though for a cool night algCallauder, Orit. About all the Athlcllcs have beeii-nblc to do since, the flrsl contingent reached here, Feb. 21 is -hit. Pitchers 'can put little on the pellet, nnd the entire piirlj J ;o !\ roy l 1 ) vno nu ' : Is -far behind In.Uio comlllion- Is the third man. liif schedule due to the plnj-ers inability to run any great distance because they run ! out o breath. A few days of cold ant rain increased .the problem. The stomachs of Bill Werber Harry Kelley, Carl Doyle, He nil at Fink, and several others wen upset by highly seasoned Spanlsl food. Mack had to campalgi for?more.-American dishes. Kelley, who von 15 gnmes nnd was beating everybody when an' appendectomy yanked him rlasl fall, worried himself inlo calling a>, and then obtained; Senor Mack's permission lo worki with the Minneapolis Millers atj New Braunsfels, Vex., unlll ' the; Athletics return to the, States. April 1. Keliey's problem Is n veighty one, and he couldn't gel it off In the country of mountains and- temples. The Athletics sank to their lowest depths when the Philadelphia magnates needed money and senor Mack decided that It wns time to break up his last championship arms. Senor Mock, although past ihc allotted three score years nnd _ .. s ten, started to rebuild from the ground up. His outfit now is in the .middle stage of the transition, and the venerable leader threatens to stir up considerable trouble In 1938: Bill Cifscll Tries Comeback Bill Cissell, back from Baltimore, where he hit .350, adds batting; second base, and should prove a valuable acquisition if, after all these jears and many chances, he behaves himself. Werber is an ornery lluie cuss •with all kinds of ability, and out of meanness may. turn out to be of more use than Pinky Higgins at third base. Werber doesn't think much of Joe Croniri, and Is out to show the directorcf the Red Sox that trading him for Higgins was just anv other of the series of misUixos charged against the management of the Boston brigade. The crafty Kelley will top the hurling corps ,and Le e Ross an(1 Randall Peninngton Oumpert, young rishl-handers, who appeared to be future greats last season should be vastly improved • To the pitching staff, Senor Mack has- added George Caster, who won 23 games and the pennant for the Portland Coasiers in we- Hud Thomas and Almon Williams, who bagged-18 and, 17 for Atlanta respectively; and Edgar Smith a smart southpaw who recorded 20 victories for WUllamsport despite a Mrejarm. All'of them appear far ahead of George Turbeville, Doyle, and Pink who struggled along with the A' last term and who still are among those present. Tall Alton Benton Is back from Chattanooga for another whirl, and Fred Archer, Ten- 'BY - AOTKRENZ PITCHES ivtefJv «.eutv, HE HAD TO GO B^CH -TOU-S' AND -V!2AiN IN . SEASONED SPANISH BOYS' TUYWlE/ 1 UP6ST. TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1937. ___ ..-. ^AR.EFlEOATA\OSpHeBE MAKES PUAYEfZS GASPVofc !<Q . B<Z£ATH AFTER. A F6\Y \AtlOS OF RUNNING—SO BOVS CAN'TGGT H6LPS m-ratW-SKl. JUMPS ZOOHS Iffto SRACE LlrSe.A(XJL-F BALL.' ncssce left-hnnded semi-pro, has picked lip where lie left off Insl ?ason. Prank llayes caught. m games for (he A's In 1930 and Earl Bmck- er, a 33-year-old recruit, worked In 150 games for the Portland Coasters,' or more than any oilier backstop In organized baseball. Bill Conroy, who hit .298 foe Houston. .Chubby Dean will do more tlian pinch hit If his fielding holds up at first base. Jack Pcerson no\v has first call at shortstop, nUhougli he will have to pnd the .2-18 batting average turned In at Albany to keep the light-hitting but splendid-fielding Skecter Newsome out of that particular patch of ground. The other inflelders are Dick Culler, a secohd baseman from' North Carolina lots; Oliver Blakeney, ii hortstop from Sioux City, and Rus- ,cll Peters, a shortstop and third jascman' who hit ,3J4' for Columbus. Peters can't miss being car- led. • . ' : There are few . better nil-round outfields in baseball than that df the A'S with Lou Fluney flanked by Hob Johnson and Wally Moses. Ace Parker, the great Duke back, and Floyd Young and Dill Nicholson ave collegians seeking outfield places In the sun. with the llrst two of the more promising to dale. ' If the remainder of Senor Mack's aggregation matched his outfield the Yankees wouldn't win by any 195-i games. Si! Sll Titanic Sinkey Too Tough -For Bunny; Canlrelll On [roughs Lopez Using Hie Inctlcs that linvo made him public enemy number cue lo local wrestling fiins, Clmrli's Sinkey, "meanlc" from Corlnlli, Miss., won In two straight falls Irani Runny Clifford, Detroit, Mich., in the first of the wrestling matches at the American Legion hut last night. Clifford, substituting for Jack Kenney, lost Ihc first fall in flf-1 teen minute!), succumbing lo the' deadly crab hold nfler Sinkey had ! rendered him groggy wllh forearm blows. \ The second fall was rjiiickly won by Sinkey, who foiiiul Clifford, sill] dazed by the punishment of the first fall, un easy vli- IIin of i a front crotch nnd body slnrn nfter nine minutes of grunt- Ing nnd groaning. "Wild Bill" Cantrell, a newcomer from Toledo, Ohio, knocked out itaoul fx>|]«., Mexico, for Ihe tlitnl find • deciding fall of the second malch, which wns nenrer n boxing Ihan :i wrestling match. Loj;cis won Ihe first fall with a body pin following a ' series of rights to the Jaw," to quote the inn ounce •feroncy. Not to be outdone, "Wild Bill" cnmc back lo outpuncli Lopez nnd vln the second and third falls in lour uml Ihree •minutes respectively, using the same method of tit- nck, round house swings to the. Jaw followed by Ihe usual body pin. In the preliminaries, a ; bnltle- royal between five local youths won by Bob Pannier, who had a sllyhl edge over Clarence Reed in llic Ihree-i'ound malcli between the survivors; and E. W. Blair gained n close decision over youth named McDuffey li\ n three stntina frncns. Steaming will remove marks in dyed velvet and velveteen garments. Unacls "Cooked" in Australia. BRISBANE (UP) — "Cooked 1 roads are the . lafcst idea ti Queensland. The state's main road commission has found ' that "b ed" road surfaces arc such n success that it has bought another mid larger baking machine. The machine bakes the soil and converts it into a hard, lasting surface. Read Courier News Want Ads W THE COUNTY AND PROBATE COURT FOE THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS In the Matter of the Eitnte of J. M. Anderson, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APt'LV FOR ORDKR OF SALE I Notice is hereby given that Ihe undersigned, as admlnlslralor of the c.slatc of J. M. Anderson, deceased, will apply lo Ihc Mississippi County Probate Court on the 13th day of April, 1S31 lor authority to sell the following ]ct:i and premises belonging to .said estate, lo-wit: The North.45 Feel of Lots Eleven and Twelve, Block Nineteen (19). Blylhe Addition to Blytheville, Ark., also Lot Nine (0), Block Eight (8), Chlckasiiwba Addition to the City of Blytheville. Said .sale Is made for Ihe purpose of paying u,e debts of said estate. This- March 23, 1037. W. M. WILLIAMS, Atlmlnistralor. 23-30 No, :--'! 11 i'pviv;ilisl..nor even Al Jolson—it's- Jimmy O'Dtti, Ch!c;igi> Cubs ralrhor, wiiiliiiK for » foul liy lo carry mil |lu> old itdafio iliiil everything Hint goes up inusl i-oine •(lown. Steele Soft Bailers to Play Split Season STBBLE, Mo.—At a meeting of officials of the Steelo Softball League over the weekend it was decided that all who desire to play on league teams this year are lo enroll with the secretary, Russell Prnkes, before April 1. Team managers and their players are to be selected after that time, it was decided lo play a split season, with 15 games Using r.[ayed in each half. Now/Located at 101 Nortb Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON FDWAKDS, Proprietor All QiaHca of Rebuilt Typewriters, Adding Machlnei .; Calculators—Repairing— Parts—Itibbonj SAVE UP TO $5 ON MONTHLY GAS...SAVE $119 IN PRICE SAVE NEARLY $6 ON EACH MONTHLY PAYMENT ity fur Ihc (rrralosl fun in owning tlin New Willys jcnr'a unppl) •nff'iMnliiiR for nvcnigcWillya owners. is pitying llic (•uanlinit liill. Slrnii(;i-? Nut ill nil. , , . , " Liii|M.rl:iMl fralnrcs iiu-luili- nll-slrrl i (l p n ml boil) wi-ldrd logkMhi'riiiU) on* 1 , anlid unil..large luggage "NVillys cnjl.t so iin/r/i hay to own limit people nrc "soil lo paying, llinl it'srrally it pleasure to pity llic Empll amount llmt it cosls lo run llic New Willys. .', ". IO nr "'-B ""-"""I" 1 "" "I""-loomi'lii's M'ulcr trout sriU than next llirce nir*..snfcly glass ill priroy(itisnvi'n»niin-li niSl I'J (lr s >i-iiil!iig ii|)i>n nil rimm!.. Imllrry tinili'r It'noil.. liixly iuaillnli'il llic model you purchnse. Surd EavinRs l,ny nrnrly2 i^niiwt souml uu.I Iieal . . Ask for nil tlic fads. D. & P. L. NO. .11 PLANTING SEED (A Pure Strain) Original stcd obtained direct from ihe breeder anct planted by us for two years. No other cotton planted or ginned on this farm. Reasonably priced In even weight 100 Ib, bags. Special prkis on carlots. Inquire 1 P. A. Rogers, Manager, CLEAR LAKE FARM 'Route 2, Box 8!, BljihevUle . Phone 1500-F11 BROADWAY SALES CO., Inc. Pharaohs May Be Rcburled LONDON (UP) —.The Esyptiav government Is considering rcbury- ing the Pharaohs, whose mummies are now at the Cairo Museum, It has been learned at the Egyptian Embassy in London. A special underground mausoleuu probably will be built for them al Glza or Helippolis, and the king: will be scaled down under the '•nr'h never again to be seen b' Read. Courier News Want Ada said property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court, on this, the ICtli day of March, 1937. A. P. SMITH, ComniLsslonpr in Chancery 1Q-23 APPLICATION FOR I'KRMITS FOR BUILDINGS, ALTKIIA- TIONS AND RKl'AIRS, SIGNS Oil STRUCTUKKS IN THE CITY OF Bi.YTIIEVILLE, AUK Date March !, 1937, Strcti Number Corner Division St. and. Chlck- asawba' Ave., Number of stories !• size of lot, 50 by 100; No. rooms, l : value of work, $200; bullcilng of brick or frame, frame; riiaterial of roof, composition; material of exterior walls, wood; material of Inside partitions, wood; material of foundations, concrete piers; building oji the front or rear, front; distance to property line, 5 ft. or more; distance to nearest -building on each side, 30 ft. or more; building to .be occupied NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice Is hereby given that the mdersigncd Commissioner, in com- Jliance with the terms of a decree •cndered by the Chancery Court 'or the Chlckasawba District of tlisxlsslppl County, Arkansas, on the 22nd day of February, 1937, wherein First Federal Savings and Loan Associallon of Uttle Rock, was Plaintiff, No. 6331, and Chas. A. Wood, et al., were Defendants, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, for cash, on a credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, "in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, on the Oth day-.of April, 1937. the following real estate, to-wlt: Lot Four (4), Block Three (3), Heani and Perry's Addition to the City of BlylliEville, Arkansas.' Said Sale will be had to satisfy said decree In the sum of $189.29 with 10 per cent Interi'si from Dec. 1st, 1936. THE purchaser at said sale wit be required to execute bond will approved security, lo secure the payment of the purchase money and a lien will be retained upoi: as, Grocery Store amt Stand; building to be 12 Fruit 14 ft; owner of grounds, A. Ne^on and R. A .Nelson; owner ot "building, J. U Flake. I certify that the above stale- ents are correct to the 1 best of y knowledge and bellrf. Application for permit by J. L. lake. Permit received by: RUTH BLYTHE, City Clerk. 2-5-9-12-16-19-23-2C Wrecker Service - Gas & Oil Open All Night Phillips Service Center ' Phonos 117 - 810 KEEN NOSE ... Nok of niher large 'projinrlinns, composed nf smooth, dciicale lis^ii«^Q u > te d" n belvvccnthc fye5,tlie no.'< broadens slurply justf>cto\vlbe briilgeaild poi- sesscs jurlii-ubrly expansive r.usUils. UPS FOND OF A TJJEAT... Lips sofl-skinncd, full-fleshed and niddy—iinlicaie tile loverof good fnoJ and drink. The'flesh iininedi- alcly under the lower lip is pluniply dcV(io}ied,svhi3c the Jowls arc strong and broad. Phone 111 'AMERICA'S VOWtST-PHICtD HJLI-SIII CAR- Blythcvillc, Ark. Your nose need not be very keen to note the delicious aroma of this fine whiskey. It is the "double-rich 9 ' straight Bourbon of Kentucky! A 90 procl vbliVrr *^& A' *fc'J '/ M».!cln Ktnracky bj oW-n ffl t en ,.. Ibc cooJ ( Ktrlnclcjr \ttj, » i, SCIIENIET DlS!«:8UtO<S, INC , M. y. R. S. Eason, ct al., were defendants, will at the door of the court house In Blytheville, on the 7th day of April, 1937, after for , sale to the highest and best/.*'I bidder upon a credit of three lfl months, ihe following described properly, located In .said District • and County, to-wlt: The North Half <N',i) of the Southeast Quarter (SE'.i) of Section Twelve (12), Township Fourteen (H) North, Range Eight (8) East. The' sale will be made subject lo a prior mortgage In favor of the Federal Lnnd Bank of St. Louis, and Ihe purchaser will be required lo execute bond with approved security and a lien will Ix? retained upon the property, until ihe piu'chaso price is paid. WITNESS my hand as such Commissioner this I6lh day of March, 1937. Shane & Fendlcr, Solicitors for Compialiiants. A. P. SMITH, Commissioner. 18-23 rOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALK Notice is hereby given Hint the udersigned, us Commissioner of le Chancery Court for the hickasawba District of Mlssissin- I County, Arkansas, aclingr under Jthorlty of a decree rendered ebruaiy 22, 1937, in a cause herein the Federal Land Bank f SI. Louis, was plaintiff, and Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Orer Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 640 Announcement We Have Secured Ihc .Services of Mr. Bert Stewart Who will he glad to serve you in his capacity as manager of THE LITTLE SHOP FINE WINES and LIQUORS TIMELY CZ.OTH1-S TIMELY CLO.THES: s it easj tojtakeit easy! They're styled with an eye to comfor:, and priced with a heart for the man whose taste runs richer than his budget; In the full abundant range of Timely Suits you'll find a lot of things as easy to look at as they are to wear-clothes of true individuality and character but never snobbish in orice! ' R. D. HUGHES & CO. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY IlrSTHI DOI1S! Dobbs does it again tvith the Tivo-Way Snap There's an nir of easy smartness about some liats that's him! to define. Look closely—it's the often- copied Dobbs Two-Way-Snap (down in front— up in back) thai makes this a favorite felt of better dressed men. R. D. HUGHES & CO.

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