The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1948 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 6, 1948
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^THURSDAY, MAY 6. 1948 Vols Strengthen Lead in Southern NashviHt Boll Club Registers 5 to 2 Win Over Birmingham „ .. •** Ge "e Patterson United Press Sports Writer ATLANTA. Ga., May % (UP _ vWlehff rty ' dea " ° f the N * sh - \ilte pitching Maff, today led (lie bv £S°. f . tha Soiltll€rn ^°^'<>n t h. i S u tes while the Vols 'OP the teams by one. Twardy sacked up his fourth win °" last nlght as Ule Vols BLYTK1VTLLI (AKK.)' OOUXLJER Tornado Rips Texas Town So Nashville hung to its one-game H 1' a J ° Ver the Mobile Bears who waded by Little Rock 3 to 1 in the rive innings before rain stopped play. Birmingham was being boomed as the outfit to by-pass Mobile antl shove Nashville out of the lead. The Barons did not reclcon with Twardy who has picked up plenty of pitching savvy In his 33 years. Alex Ronay on the losing mound would have had the consolation i.f a 3-2 score if he hadn't thrown a fat one to Earl York in the ninth with one aboard. That one York swatted out of the park. K Mobile apparently sniffed ram ^ Jasi night. The Bears collected three runs in Ihe first inning, then coasted along behind Armond Cardoni's two-hit twirling until the game was called in the fifth. , Chicks Lose to Pels Memphis continued to backslide in fouith place, bowing to New Orleans » to 5. The Chicks, who remember dimly the day they lolled up in first place, did manage to chase Pelican pitcher Frank Stare to the showers In the seventh when they scored four runs. But Lee Howard stifled the upsurge and got credit for pulling the Pels through. His mates handed him four runs in the eighth. The brash Atlanta Crackers who whipped Nashville Tuesday night doubled the dose for Chattanooga and socked the Lookouts coming and going in a double-header. Atlanta Wins Two Atlanta won the first OUR 10 to •) and the second n to 7. The Crack Circus Aeriolist Who Fell 30 Feet Escapes With Only Slight Injuries The pretty. 25-year-old nerialist with Ringling Bros. Biu-num and Bailey circus fell 30 feet to the floor of Madison Square Gafden during yesterday's matinee performance. But she didn't lose her nerve. She suffered no broken - •" " *" '. ii.K \jratK- . - ~.... -JIHH-HHI mi oroKen ers Shelby Kinney pitched a six- ™ ne - s ^nd hoped to be well enough hit opener. One of the hits was a home run by Larry Drake in the first inning for Chattanooga .. „, --- , ,. u u(; ,,(;,, f JJUllHtl .o rejoin the circus when it leaves on its road tour Sunday. P. Harris, circus phv- u_- ... _ . **•'.> Dr. ., ° •"' "i-nt-Lrtuwu^i,. A^, . fvjijt,-^ y^ Harris c rcus n\-,v Ncrman Brown stuck on the At- sician. said her mast apnarent ,," nta mound in ^ lama mound in the nightcap until j Jury the sixth, even though Williams i She Cornered in the third with two Ix»kouts on. But John Myers took .over for the Crackers in the sixth during uprising a three-run Chattanooga Ernie Logan poled a four-bagger m the fifth frame also with two on base. The Lookouts will try again m Atlanta tonight, with Nashville repeating at Birmingham, Mobile at Little Rock and New Orleans ..I Memphis. Red Man Heap <Smart NEW YORK, May 6. (OP)— when Silago Tzo. a medicine m an of the Navajo Indian tribe, visited the Mayor William O'Dwyer's office yes' terday, O'Dwyer asked: "Why don't we swap Jobs?" Tne Indian refused. was an enormous" black eye also suffered numerous bruises and . a sprained vertebra, he said fall but the gasp from the crowd (old them what happened They went on with the number while » roustabout picked Miss Rockwell ,ip and carried her beneath the stands. She was conscious and told the roti.slabout (hat "a cramp came in my hand." Miss MacKensie. blamed the accident on a faulty trapeze. The accident was the first in Madison Square Garden since the circus opened its run last month. ~ t ; ' — -^tcui.i, ue sain. Fmtncr examinations were planned iniurie ' ne " She had intenlal *•"•""' i^jwjj,^, mosijy children, saw Miss Rockwell plunge to the sawdust-covered floor during the finale of the Monte Carlo Aerial Ballet, one of the more colorful acts in the show. Crump to Back 'Judge Mitchell !ln Senate Race MEMPHIS. Tenn., May «. (UP) — Judee John Mitchell of Coolteville was in town today for his first -.-.., ... ..u n ii HJUH y nj\ 11 LI IlrSl The ballet consists of 50 eirls ! meeti "K with Political leader E. H eh' ' Crump and the welcome mat was reported out. Crump backed Mitchell .sight unseen for the U.S. Senate seal now held by Sen. Tom Stewart, iTenn., D.) after the judge was recommended by Col. Roane Waring, former national commander of the Amer- penorming on ropes high above the, rings. MISS Rockwell W as one of a dozen girls who climb onto revolving ladders to carry out the roulette wheel effect. Miss Rockwell, a beautiful brunette, who counts modeling, flyina and acting among her talents, 'had na " ona ' .«>' just climbed onto the ladder with ' ' Can Leglon ' her partner,.Laura Mae MacKensie, The Winner More Funds For Education Asked of State LITTLE ROCK. May 8 (TJPI — The State Comptrollers Office had the 1949-50 fiscal year budget request from the State Education Department today and revealed that the department Is seeking an allotment $10.817.866 higher than was appropriated for Period. The budget request was for $36 _ 335,500, compared to $25,517,633 the previous fiscal ye»r. Hearing Set On Domestic Court Judgship LirrLK ROCK. Aik.. Muy 6. (UP) -Domocrallo Central Committee chiefs I lied an answer today to un Injunction suit being souuht hv former Pnlaski noincailc Relations Chancellor Mrs. Ruth Hulc. Hmlng on Ihf ciise IMS been ,wt lor Friday by Acting First District Chancellor E. R. Pnrlmm. who took """tin T\ J " Cl8( ' F '"" k Uwl «« <»«qualified himself, Mrs. Hale, a candidate lor the remstuled Domestic Relations Chancery Judgshlp. sought to have Central Committee Chairman Armur L. Adams and Seerctary Harvey Combs restrained from ceitlty- mgthe candidacy of Ou v William., to White, Lonoke and Pr'nric Coim- Williams. | n nls capacity as al- lorney general, ruled thai i-nndl- dRlrs lor the domestic Helatlons Cliam-ory post must make the race in all lour counties of (| 1C pi m Chancery District. However, Mrs Hale contends that, since the Jui-' Isdict on of tho special conn is limited to Piilnskl County, ca;i«lid«tp s need only to rile In Hint countv She has not filed In the other three counties. Hi their answer. Adams and Combs contend that Mrs. Hale «•<•- ognlMo the Domestic Relations Collll as a district or chancery circuit past wiien she tiled her corrupt practices plcdfie with the Scc- Mtary ot state on April 27, instead with a county officer. Still Boss His Ho.I So* hnviiiR lakrn a tu-o-.nit-of-lhroe scries from Ihe world rliiimpUm Yankees! Jcio McCarthy demonstrated Hint he still h;is llu; inaniirjeria! touch that made him Ihe win- niiiRost niiiiiRRpr o( Ilioiu :ill, when he w;is Yankee pilot, When Stewart was dropped, a number of other highly placed state Democrats said they'd support him regardless. Gov. Jim McCord has avoided referenc* to running on s coalition ticket with Mitchell. But Crump's Shelby County organization reportedly feels it can give Mitchell a 60.000 majority ,n the West Tennessee County. The theory is that Stewart and Rep. Estcs Kefauver of Chattanooga — third strong man in the race—will Dr. William divide most of the votes in the rest j vis Institute c of the state, yet Mitchell can win I Houston, Tex., the August 5 nomination on Shelby j Iv •">/>—"- '. returns. The 53 year old Mitchell arrived here last night with a group of Middle Tennessee supporters. The largest single request us for »31,M7,500 for granti-ln-ild. to pub- he schools, compared (o I2229377S for the same Item In the 1948-48 budget. Education Department officials said this item was Increased to meet committments made by the last session of the legislature. The department also asked for salary increase of 157.041 over the previous appropriation of 1150 758 or a total of (2I7.800. Security Band Sales Report Is Issued CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. May 8 —Harold s. Jones, chairman of the Pemlscot County u. s. Savings Bond Committee, announced yesterday that rasidents of the county have purchased bonds totaling J19,- 4M.OO since April 15th. when the Security Loan campaign began. . The quota assigned this county | m this campaign It »8o,21o, Mr ! Jones said. Outstanding Golf Stars Compete • InGoodall Meet NEW YORK, May S. (IJP)-Slx- teen o( golfdom's outstanding pros weie paired inlo foursomes by Tournament Director Harold i.niRi McSpaden today ror the seventh annual Goodall round robin meet which opens at the Wykag.vl Country Club In New Rochelle tomorrow Defending Champion Hobby ijx-ke of South Africa wns placed In n foursome with Jimmy Drmnrcfof , „.»,, • °J nl . Calif., nen Hogan of llcrshcy. the 1048-49 | p " • nn<1 Henry Cotton of Great Britain for Ihc first round play In trie four-day tournament. The Cioodnll event is « match play meet over five rounds, but | I none of the competitors is ellml- Open Safety Pi n Removed From Baby's Esophagus KNOXVtU.E. Tenn., May 6 . ujp, —Wiirord Harris, ui-inoiilhs.old child from Telllco plains, today wns In Rood condition alter a <| C 1- Iciite operation removed nu open safely pin It. had swallowed. The doctor who perfornied the operation at St. Gary's Hospital said Ihe pin had been lodged In the lower purl of the baby's e.sii- Ihe five rounds; first round. May 6: Jim Kerrler of San Trnnclsco Claude Harmon of Mamaroneck. N. V., &'. ,| (Dutchl Hiirrlson of York, !'«., tind fJob Hnrnllton of Reynolds ICy. * ' Johnny Palmer, uariln, N c • Mclvln (Chick I Harbert, Detroit' 1 I'M Pnrgol, Detroit; mid Herman narron, White plnins, N. Y. l.loyd ManRrum, Chicago; Herman Kelser, Akrom. o.; Vic Obe?/.l, Kansas City, and Dr. Cary Mlddle- coff. Mcniiihls, Tenn. Hobby Ijicke. South Africa; Jimmy l>crnarct, Ojal, Cnllf.; Hen na- gan, lleishcy, p n .. and Henry Cotton, GrcrU Britain. PACK itimr $«». Stewart I ml ones TVA Post N*min«« NABHVIU.IS, Tenn,, May 6 (UP) — U. S. Sen. Tom tcwart tortay announced hl.s "whole-hearted endorsement" of Dr, Harry A Curtis. nominated by" President Tru- niBii as a member of the 1'ennei- - Four Men An Cfcwmrf With WM. sci- Viilley Aulhorlly. ifWiifl. n cniulldatc for Peinocra- ronomlnatlon for his Senate sent, snld In a statement Issued by his campaign headquarters here "Dr. Curtis' presence on (he hoard will Klve strength to the entire program of TVA." phngus for auoul a week. He said he Inid to cut into the stomach to reach the pin at the point where It finally lodged. The child is the .son of Mr. and Mis, Hay ward Harris. NORFOLK, V»., Mty «. it»)^' Offlccis were «chedul«l to •*>*• lederal grand Jury toiUy to indict Jour men charged with whH«.iU^ ery and lran»portln« girl, ten* state lines for Imnora) purpOMi/T Court attaches said th« low would be brought .to trial tomorrow K IndictmtnU were riturmd. Three were held here and on* WM In custody at Newnau, OB. Officers lltted th* m*n u L*ot Joseph rallon, M, ot JackwnviU*, KU., and I^Grange, O«.; hk brother, Curtis Edward Mlon, », 9t lAQi-nngc; Robert «. Shaw, M • 6<> Portland, Me., and Harry Bruu Rldlemon, 27, of Kenjon, ' The herring u th« mo.t numw. out food llsh In Ui« tTnltcd ro be a Big Ev«nt •Jjlfc' •«OlMAMKO.O».tAll.« vHr.' ..i.,,.*. ,.., M- SEAGRAM'S 7CflOlYN.-BLr.NDED WHISKEY. 86.8 Piaol. K% c,j|, N>uM Spirt* S(aEnm.DislilloisCoiparation,Ctlivsl(rBuilding, NewYorii Training Duty Billets Open at Nayy Air Base The Commanding Officer of the Naval Air Siation at Memphis Tennessee, today announced that billets for extended training duty are now open to enlisted Naval Reservists who are qualified aircraft maintenance personnel. This duty will extend to June 30. Enlisted members of the Inactive (V-B) Reserve and Organized (O-2) Reserve are eligible provided they hold a rate dealing with aircraft maintenance. Men grained this duty will receive full pay and allowances while on duty. They will be assigned to full time duty In their appropriate division of aircraft maintenance This extended training duty expires June 30. Bread, meat, sugar, wool, and cotton are the five great staples of trie world. Soybean Recleaning Let us recleon your soybeans. Our new modern cleaner double cleans, removes splits, faulty beans, dirt, trash, weed seeds, for better germination and purity. . Blytheville Soybean Corp Soles Management Expert To Deliver Address Here . jarvis of the Jar- S? (Ivatnea!" i n^/b'een ™£ for a .lecture on business psychology and memory cultivation tn the — •••• j i*«invrtuun m me Mirror Room In Hotel Noble at 8 P.rn today. Dr. Jarvis will go from Blythe- ne to Jonesboro where arrangements have been made for a similar address and conferences with business men In that city. Pirst American patient was grant- id 302 years ago to Joseph Jcnkes 'n a water power saw mill. - nateri. 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