The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1944 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 8, 1944
Page 6
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BLYTHSVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 3, lO-M Feldnwn Hurls GigHijJoWin power jMyJhevj|l« feller Has Shutout Untjl 7th Inning By United Press The 'Brooklyn Dodgers, who snagged a precarious "perch In llie National League's first division last v.«ek, are back In a second division spot They've replaced the Phillies oft the sevenlh rung Dodger rooters left tl\e bleacheis utterlm '-' •""•rooks 1< hillies," ie i j muttering, "We \vuz robbed, 1 ' Is Ihe Brooks lost a tight decision lo Ihe Phillies,'(>~lo 5' The Bums led Toy on« run goln£ It\t9 lh,e lop half of the ninth Then Ray rlamrick tripled, and Hubc Melton's wild pitch senjt him home vvthlhe tying marker Mellon blew sky high nnd v>n)k ed the next'tjo men DOPE BUCKET BY J. P. FB1KNO GETS O.QOn NEWS There is something lircatli-iakingl securely." [minnow in the side and held it about-receiving a telegram even in The fishing prowess iionnnl times. But nowadays, \ylth happenings and coniHilcns cojnlng so thick ind fast, the sight of a uniformed boy—or girl—with a jellov, envelop sends an' extra ,.„.,,. I/"?,! Ungle up and down the spine; UIUU "- r ' ' makes Ihe heart bent faster ntid (he brealh corns In short pnnls. . . ijlrs. Marshall Blacknrd, among doubtless others, lind fl visit from tlie 'Western union messenger lasl of the Buckley 'family runs to extremes. '. . Buckley recently land,ed a four-pound, 12-oimcc bass. '.'SPOT.' REKI) AUIUVES, pills Reed told me today that his week Since she was" aware that Jjmmv'Wasdell sfngled off Wes Flowers, who replaced Melton, to bring In the" clinching miukej Ken Rafferis&efgbf "took' Ihe victory, but had lo call on Charlie Schanz tor help in the final slan/a The New^York Glanls are cement- Ing their position j n jj^ nist division The tyey/ Yorkers belled' out a 6 to'2 decision oyer the Biaves tagging Al Javers for nine hlU and four Hojjaers 'Mel',Ott, who's'been hilling high, wide pnd handsome lately, connected for his and 14th circuit smashes' Jjap Reyes and ^hll Weln- Iraub pblea In the o(l»i two Harry Feldman pitched a shutQiit gorfie until the setcnlli mnlng, y,hen Boston's"%utch Niemanilagged him for a Uo-run turner The Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the' Cinclnnall Reds 4 19 2 and gained a full game on the Reds In the'iace for second pln^e Rip Sew ell y,as the winning tnirler, ollliough Xajlei Rjscigno was called in to help him out In the ninth Tev Hughsoi: t»ir(ed a pretU slx- hll game, as the Boston Red Sox walloped the New York'Yankees B to 1 In Ihe American League head liner! The Red ^ox put the game on Ice by singing a five-rim uprising Iri'thc filth frame,- knocking' Hank Borowy, Ihe Yanks' ace moundsmnn from Ihe box. Mnimger'Joe Cronli highlighted the barrage n'llh.n two : run round-tripper 'Orval Grove hiing.up his Afth win of the year, and handed Detioll's Hal Newhouser. a defeat, as the White Sox scored a 3 lo 1 • vlclorj over the Bengals Grove' hurled five-hit ball: Tin score .was tied until the sixth In tilng,'jihen the Pale Hose tallies twice 'Grove held the Hgers score less from the second Inning on Baseball Standings , -SOUTHERN LEAGUE ih,er husband, Marshall, was sup- I iin'c*i/l in lin ml liic lunu minvenftu posed lo be on his way overseas— logical deduction since she hadn't eard from him in a couple of s— she look the telegram with and trembling. . . she could ardiy get It opened in the oxcltc- cr/t ..... As slie rend It, a , smile •opt- across her Hushed face. read 'I lia\c '1st left, Marshall. e's 'okny", and was sighed Caplain Clyde (Spot) Heed, ono of tlle ^"fl'ng pllchcrs devclop- d In this territory, who did well or two years In jjrofcssional baseball as a member of Ihe Blyllicvllle iaiils in 1037 and 1938. ha s ar|ved in New Guinea. '.' . There Is •mother brother who also Is in New "ulnea but "Spot" hasn't as ycl lo- Memphis Birmingham Atlanta Utlle Rock Kncmille Nashville • New Orleans Ch|Uanooga 22 17 22 17 22 17 21 18 20 18 20 19 15 24 14 24 PC St AMERICAN LEAGV1K "W L 27 20 22 IB 24 23 22 ^S 21 21 20 32 21 25 20 24 Louis ... Ne«* york sDetrolt Boston xChtcago Philadelphia Cleveland Washington \-Night game ' NATIONAL LEAGUE W'L 31 Louis . 29 14 •^Pittsburgh . 24 16 ^Cincinnati . .... ..... 24 19 Ne» 'York 21 23 xBoston 21 26 Philadelphia 18 22 Brooklyn . 19 24 Chicago . 13 25 cated him. ce Puckell neglected ' that he left Mnrshnll 'oii.llie her side of Ihe Atlantic Ocean- England. Since then Mar- vaii cabled that he arrived snfe- on the British Isles. . . Captain il.ckell Is expected to arrive here 0611 for a short leave. LAIM WOULD RhC()Un No doubt you have heard many, ijuiy boasts' about Ihe big'.'fish tat got awaj, glov/Ing and des T rl|)U\e terms is lo n eight and slzq t'llh nccoinixiiiylng linnd mensiire.- iciits. . . Those Inles are always lyen" with such emphasis, de^lgiicc o leave little 01 no doubt as'" to te' iioislbllllles of the. grand 'daci- y v of them nil. . . flow conies 11 (Billing claim, a stRke.nol' to the nagging and laiidlng"bf'Uie\vbri(i's argest fish, but llie Smuitest. " inaglne Hint! . . . .Olajmant to hjs phenoitilnnl tide, is' tiqijei.p.Ui- r lhau my ol' chum, ulscatbila m)' and co »oikcr. "EmT '.(.ftotfe.e Jucklev Eails 'ainoiKlng' yarn ;oes something like this,"'qtjoMc 1 n'm liiqtiolc 1 K ns ilsliing *pn Bl| -ake .nol long ago. .'". Ushig h Shannon spinner I mi\de a casl and eejed in my line. ;'. As I'stnrlcd .ojoss IL back Into Hie stream I lotjced soinelliliiK liglil oji'my Iioojc. vli(ch I presumed to .be sonju gmss or weeds. . . Bill on c\osc'exaini:- la^llon I discovered it vvnj not foliage, but a small, transparent shin- ci btielj hntf an inch loiig. . . Oddh, tne hoo^ hud snngged Lieut, Frlsby-Ji'.; is piling up his missions 'ram Corsica. . . At the last letter ic had been on 27 bombing sorites. . A-C Harris' Hunt, younger jrother of Bill, ami Jlmmle Hunt, vb.ii lost tlielr • lives durliig'. this rar, has. been" transferred from iV(icov, (Tex.) : Arniy Air Field, • to lie an • Antonio, liTexfts) Ariny All; fleld for'fiirllier cadet -training. .''. -ocai football ' fans .woll: remember Lieut. |l(ij ry Saylc,' - fonncr Memphis I'ccft grid star, who was killed 'last vcek In nn air tragedy. . . .Tiv,'th'ls corner's ;l)ppl<; Saylc rntcs as-'oyc of he (ji' "prep" lincsmch "ever to ' ' play ' n Blyihc'villc:ciilcks 'to Steal Home base some 'WO miles for it rest. . . But he says they still fly' where lie I?. . . The best crack I've heard about the Invasion emanated at the Red Ball Earlier Sho]). . , someone wondered why the Allies met vllh such weak opposition from he Germans. . . Came tills reply; 'You know we had 11,000 planes in he air. . . They made It so dark UK- Jerries thought 11 was night ind went hack to bed." In fo.ptbuH; Rip Russoll might be guilty of illegal use of hands buti here hrsl baseman is being tagged by Bill Raiinoridi of Oakland in ntlempt lo slcnl home in Los Angeles. Laundering being what it is Iperhaps ex-Cub does nol care to ri?k soiling his best baleball duds' : . . He not only.was-a fine, athlete bul a ; ..swell, unspoiled chap, .who. played the gnme s'tuinre and .Hood, afler racking up .more lhar SCO tombat liou'rs—niore than a moiilh of steady flying, 24 hours a hn'rd .all the.way. . .. Capt. Gene I day—has been sent to an. Inland 1'oday's Games SOUTIIKIIN LEAGUE New Orleans at Memphis, night. Naslwllle at Atlanta. Birmingham at I,lttle Rock. Knoxvllle at Chattanooga. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at'Brooklyn, two. Boston at'New York. SI. Louis nl Cincinnati, night. War Slioiv for Tulsa ' TULSA, Okla. (UP)— Amiy an thorlties recently announced plans lor n "three-day-shootlng" war show to be staged In llilsa June 23, 24 and 25. The mock raid—entitled. '•Tulsa Attacked"—will be made as So soft and pliab.le is Alaska seal- a tribute to 'J'ulsa's contribution' skin that an entire adult pelt can to the war production effort. hi passed through a napkin ring. VVasliliigton at ,, _,. iJetroit at Chicago.' New York at Boston, twilight. Cleveland at St. Lpiils, night. Yesterday's Results SOUTiIEKN LEAGUE Memphis B, New Orleans 4. Atlanta 5-3, Nashville 0-2. Chattanooga 9, Knoxvllle 3. Birmingham 8, Little Rock 4. AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston B, Brooklyn 5. Chicago 3, Detroit 1. Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LHAG11E ' Philadelphia 0, Brooklyn 5i New York C, Boslon 2. . Pittsburgh 4. Cincinnati 2. Only games scheduled. Premium Wheat Fine Milling EQUALS Shibley's Best FLOUR - - - The f|our that needs less shortening! West Main Near 2Jst SI. Sat. sUrls 13:15; Sun. starts 1:45 shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens &:•)!> Continuous shows Bat. and Sun. Serve Cold .53 .52 ,52 .38 .36 PC 574' 537 509 480 500 476 457 455 Pet. .674 .600 .5581 .4771 4,1:! .445 .450 .442 .342 •An-electric heater contains enough nickel, for five'radio headsets'for military a\lators Made \ oi the Finest \ Imported \ Rum. Brandy. V Blended Whiskey^ and Pure Dairy Products. SILBEUNAGKI, & CO., INC. •..;•• LHOe Rock, fttk. r PRESCRIPTIONS There's no time or accommodations for dodging i • / the heat wave this summer, so when it strikes be prepared to combat that .melting summer sun in one of our cool tropical suits.'The size and styje you >yant is in pur stock. Last Tiilic Today Double Feature SKYLARK" / Clamlcllc C'olliprl * Kay Mlllunil and SULLIVAN'S TRAVELS' . with Veronini L:il{e & Joel McRea Friday and Saturday Qouble Feature "WEST OF TEXAS" wilh The Te.vus and "NO HANDS ON THE • CLOGK" will, Clics(cr Morris X- Jean lE'aiker SKIUAL: "The AdvenUires »f Ih riyhig 1 Carets." 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His complete stocks from the "four corners of tho world ' are as close as'your phonf— his personal intoreit is ropfetf in his cojnmunity and hit customers, where he "gives service beyond the consideration received." i Vei, yoMr independent druggisi IS your friend— YOUR FRIEND IN NEED" VO.UR INDEPENDENT DRUGGIST H>*t < KUIS-IAfiWELtDRUO CO. WHOLESALE DRUGGIES l . - _ , . ., '- , MEMPHIS, TENN, ' up Palm Beach Suits--19.50 TO SEE YOU THRU BUSY SUMMER Kxlra slacks in all sizes, col- oi's and materials, fvtp man can have top many odd Summer trousers. 5.95 up New Summer STRAWS In q wide variety of weaves arid shapes—r 1.95 to 6.5Q P0BBS Straws 3.50 up Spoil shirts make ideal Father's Day gifts. Select from cottons, rayons and mixtures \\\ a variety of colors. We have his size. 2.24 up with Charles l/auglitnn Fox News ,fc Sliurt Friday "MY BEST GAL" DON'T FORGET THAT JUNE 18th IS FATHER'S DAY R D. Hughes Slack suits in matching or contrasting combinations. Just the thimg for his leisure hours. Choose from our complete slocks. 8 95 up Open 7:30 Show Starts 7:45 •. Last Time Today .News of llie Day Shorts Friday and Saturday The Stranger From Peeps' with Johnny Mack Brown aund Raymond Halton SERIAL: "Kins; of the Mounlles"

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