The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1948 · Page 9
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 18, 1948
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TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1948 Walters' Circuit Clout Aids Barons Homer With One on |i, Putt Birmingham in ' Front; Vols Hold Lead By GENE PA1TKKSON' United Prrss Sporls Writer ATLANTA. Ga , May 18.—(UP) — W,YTHEV!l,LB (ARX.) COURIER NEWS TAOB mm. Pasha, Brooks Are Winners In Mat f vent Kala Paslia and Billy Brooks copped two consecutive (alls lo defeat Steve Gob and Jaclc Hader in the tag match feature of Amcvl can legion's weekly wrestling program nlghl. After »t tiie Legion Arena last an absence of nearly Old baseball warriors may creak I month from local mat performances on the basepaths but they are wise'• pasha and Brooks returned last at the plate. Witness Manager Fred . n |gi a u , i op form, roughing their Walters of the Birmingham Barons waj , i o u le victory. Both lived up »nd bis chief slickman, Tommy ' • • L ' O'Brien. I The youngish Birmingham club Is parked just lialf a R:mic back of! Nashville atop the southern Association. The Barons stayed within striking distance by slapping 5C cond'~i : oim"d "before finally beat- New Orleans 6-3 last nighl. . ol( lh( , (l . Rlv ,bbo r 'i«ss. The score was 2-1. favorine the n , k Broo |( S alld Pas | m only Pelicans, when Manner Wallers. 1 mlmltes to w ln tlie first fall, who doubles, behind the catcher's T| , onene(l the round with names as rough and tumble But victory for the duo last nlglit came In no easy manner as Qop, a newcomer and Hader forced the mat meanics to RO nil out in the Flood Control Cut Appears Doomed GOP Economizers fact Defeat in Move To Return Fund Bill WASHINGTON, May II. (UP) — Republican eiionomtslers todiy si>- penred to l>e fighting a losing but- tle In Hie Senate to slice S200.000.- 000 fitim Ihe appropriation (or flood control and rivers ami harbors. A vote was expected Inter today on > motion by Sen. Clyde Reed, R., Kims., which would send the $108.586.606 bill bnek to com- 2 Suspects Held La/iey • ** • - * f ^^ 14H In Shooting of CIO Auto Union Head BALTIMORE, M»y 18, — (VJP1— Two members of the United Auto Workers CIO), who reportedly led Detroit the day after Union Pre»i To Withdraw Property Tax .. mittee for a healthy cut. But the inotton seemed doomed to dcfca 1 . Chairman Chan durney, I?., S.D., whose subcommlllee approved Hie bill originally, said "I don't see how LITTLE HOCK, ArK., May 18 Oov. H?n Luney toilay sot the machinery In motion for withdrawing dent Walter Heuther was shot,, the state permanently from tlie were held here today for Investlga-1 properly tnx collection business I He I'evealod that he Is having the ] petitions circulated to pul mi «mcni1[iu'iu on the November elec~ ballot forbidding the stutc from levying such a tax. The 1941 legislature unwed « bill repealing the present nd vnl- tlon Inthe attempted staying. Baltimore Police Identified men aa Walter Guleclcl, 11, and. John Golla. 39. both foimer Chry- tlou «ler worker*. They were booked on j suspicion ot assault and shootlm?. Lt. Ralph Amreln said Ihe pair I . Insisted they knew nothing of Ihe ! orem stnln tnx effective Jan. atUmpt o( wh»l they Reuther's read In life "exrept However, Ijvney |K)inted out. at (lie the newt- we can send a bill back that was reported by the ApproiM'lu'.lons Committee 16 to 3." A Democratic spokesman said , ."'nearly nil Senate Democrats will brutal choking • and slugging at- ',"".„ ,, ' „,,, lack which lasted throughout the "'^l.^.f,,, fall despite numerous warnings by mask, stode lo the olate. Fred, at 35. is the daddy of the Barons. And rWit oil the bat he smashed a homer with one on to pull his team from behind. Irishman O'Brien batting soconrt , X" b0 d"y"slam Bnd ft ,,1,1 and Brooks only lo Ihe Vols' Charley Gilbert ^ ^ 0 , Ha(1( , r ,„ ,, ve milultes 1 Referee Mike minated Gob Mcroney. Pasha eli- in 15 minutes with Brooks and Pasha continued their underhand tactics in second round with Brooks bcatine Gob into .submission In 15 minutes. Hader then in the Southern, is a tottery ?.<>. , b , second eldest of Walters' brood. «"» a uotlj *»d In tho last muht's eiRhls Inn- | 9r O'Brien again showed the youngsters how by slamming a four-bagger himself—also with one on. Vols Trip Lookouts With Birmingham pushing hard, in second place, the Nashville |-- then Had( , r am , Vols were Just about forced to; „„„„,.,,,, oK m „ s i llggnlK Democrats listened and laughed yesterday as the appropriations bill embroiled Republicans In « family fight. Tuft Sui>|iurts ('lit Reed got powerful support from '. Sen. Robert A. Tnfl, R., O., who said all the projects might be essential bill (He country could not afford to "do them all at once." Taft said Hie cut. In a bill af- papers." However. Amreln said [hey had not yet g;ven t satisfactory explanation of their sudden move out of Detroit. I Detectives asked the Michigan State Police for detailed Intorma- tlon on the suspects Thty will be i questioned further when a report ' is received. More than $120.000 In rewards has bscu posted for Information leading to Ihe arrest and conviction of Rruthei's assail.inl. The fiery foe of Communists was critically wounded In the kitchen of his lome April 20 by a xunman who time that R Inter legislature might create anolher properly tax. Lnncy said the existence ol a slnle properly tnx served as nn excuse- for not correcting the abuses of local and county tux ns- se.s.smcnls. Tl\e amendment would. l,aupy Lonsdal* Denies Rumor \ Of Withdrawal from Race FAYETTEVILLE. Ark., May 18. lUl'l — Gubernatorial CnndUlnto ; John Lonsdtle, Jr., was on record torV.y ready to make It a race to , tho finish for the Arkansas chief , executive pout, ; Umsdale told University of Arkansas students yesterday he will not withdraw and he denied rumors he wa< in tlie race "for Ihe publicity." Lonstlale re-«mphasl«Hl he was for home rule, l»-»-monlli pensions for persons over CO, legalized horse racing and (ambling ami against the civil rlghU! progi-nni. declared, "clear the barrier lo bring about proper adjuscmcnt of pro- jicrly taxes." "I believe," the chief executive iiildcil, "thai If localities want Im| proviuni'nl.i they ihould linvo Ihe i iiower lo collect the taxes and miiku the Improvements." j The existing slate properly tux | Is a relatively smnll source o[ revenue. opened his own rough and tumble projects in all parts ot the | of tensive and eliminated Brooks In * ' ' - ' . j , _, count rv is "the most unpopular 10 mtmilcs with body slams and a t » (nB -^^ cnn be C , O11C| (he most were Just about forced to •win a 10-3 decision over Chattanooga last night. Pi-tc Mallory dumiKd the flithtlng LookouLs <^n el<;ht hits to snlvage the last gaiile of a series that was disastrous for the Vols. Outfielder I^arry Drake, Chat-. tanooga's claim to batting Rlory, rt ke mrToe a netwhrva 1 c i kte h d 0m the |5 '- .nd front crotch hold. Lookout hill in the ninth, needed I more tallies than that to ward off Mobile's Rube Melton blanked Ayanta for six Innings but won his 11-1 victory from the bench where he was choscd by a swcn-nm b.-st newlywcd sailor and the Crackers pitched In trie .,_,_ t _ :j . J ° .,..„;., „_:_.,„ „„., seventh. unwise thing politically that can be done.". But he' said, It was a smart, move for anyone Interested In the "fiscal soundness" of the nation. The administration asked a lo(al of S137,8(M.'IOO for flood control and rivers and harbors. The house voted only jeOB.SbSJBe. Tlie shot IhrouKh. me window. r--~----------—-•-•---• Goleckl unit Golla were picked IJ TU C TOT SHOP up yesterday In n witlorlront room- |, I n t I >* I i*' i^*» Ing house where Ihey have bren i «^,. r&i STUDEBAKER living since April 22. Police became J suspicions when that tlu^v were from Detroit. they discovered receiving money Pasha' battle! which lasted for another 10 mln-1 utcs befwe Hader finally gave In to a half-crab hold. In the two one-fall preliminary bouts Gob defeated Pasha in seven minutes with kangaroo kicks and a body smother and Hader downed.- i(Ulol)s Commlttcc _ Brooks m 10 minutes with a body dcSpite prate:its by Rcedi cbniiman Sailor, Bride Injured in Auto Accident HOT SPRINGS. Ark., May ' 18. Styles Bridges, R,, N.H., and Sen. Homer Ferguson, R., Mich, boosted the total to *TOB, 586,666. One Man Killed, One Hurt When Dragline Hits Wire •John Myers, Bob Knl7, and Kendy. ~.i Pels 4. Chicks t backed down " | his bride were .itill in serious con- h Tne Bears took over third place; ^ioii U,day at f Arniy-Ka^Gene, WrS,, 1 ' I 5ry. 0 S,« h At"n nt ; »" ^^™^ »«' A '- s^^sr. ^i^siT?^"- -M. h n, - B iH his wife Dorothy, were on their way to his base, the Memphis, Term., 1 Naval Air Technical Training Cent- from a er, when the accident happened. IniVd-nTace to°"»7ourth" "place spot .They were married only 12 hours by wav of losing to Little Rock, i earlier, at their home town of San 4-7 The Chicks' John Perkovich Angelo, Tex. Another sailor, Charles Ceck Df Silver Hill, Ala., was a passenger in the Sanders car. He was slightly iinjured. Sanders reportedly lost control jf his car and it overturned after he I was blinded by the lights of an ^oncoming car. LITTLE HOCK. Ark., May 18. | , (UP)—Hugh Adams of North Little ' i Rock, who was severely burnsJ J when a dragline he was working -------""""••~""^~ with touched a live who. was In a Little Hock hospital today in a serious condition. Tlie dragline made contact with the liijh voltage wire, which electrocuted Everett Boyd of Gi'&dy and resulted in deep burns for Adams. Funeral arrangements for Boyd were Incomplete. Both men were putting the drag- line on a truck at a small community Nortli ot Pine Bluff yesterday. KEYSM&DE For Anything LOCKS OPENED and REPAIRED For Service Call or Come to Bill Godwin's SPORTING GOODS • Glencoe Bldg. Phone 4352 J KOK Dr. W. F. BRF.WER OFFICE 'oD'Nv S MAiN ST. !|! 1 m S. Second I'hdiie 2:108 PHONK 2112 J,; closed \V«dneHdny Dlythcvllle, Ark. tht "N«w LM*" ht Motor Cart! • First In Style! • First In Vision! • First by far with a Post War Cor! Guaranteed Used Cars and Trucks See Chamblin Sales Co. tor Complete ServtoT CHAM6LIN SALES CO. "Your Friendly Sturlibaker Deafer" R.R. & Aih Sts. Phone llfl SMOOTHER because it's. . lost his second game of the season on seven hits. He has four wins. Milo Johnson slunz a six-hit bal Igame for the Travelers but looked like a loser until his mates exploded nil four of their runs In th^ seventh. • Birmingham will get the big cl-~n:e to tie Nashville for the loop Ir'd tonight-." The Barons tackle thi Pelicans again In New Orleans •while Nashville, along. with Chat- la-ooga. Is idle. Read Courier News Want Ads. batsman, two errors, two walks and Atlanta win play at Mobile and % a single.' The Bakers rapped Little Memphis will try a comeback atj f or f our b^se blows but she receiv- Little Rock. Jewefers Clean Cleaners in 'Y' Women's Softball Fitzpatrick Jeweler* defeated Peerless Cleaners H-3 and Rice- Stix tripped Hart's Bakery 1-4 in two games In ,'Y" Women's Sof* ball League play at Walker Park last night. In the first game, the Cleaners made a battle of it until the fourth inning when their defense fell apart and the Jewelers combined a walk, four errors and two hits for five ins and a lead that was never ^ireatetied a-s they added four in ;he fifth and three in the seventh to Ice the contest. Peerle« tallied two in the opening frame and added one In the third for their score total and led the Jewelers 3-2 until the uprising in the fifth. Prom that point, M. Bevill let the Cleaners down with only two bingles while Tit«patrick'« WM amassing * total of 13 hits off tht hurling ol Mary Lou Perry. The second game was tight all the way as both pitchers were effective in the pinches. In winning, the Rke-Stix Uam was able to hit safely only twice against the offerings of P»nky but built up a four run lead in th« opening inning on a hit ed better support from her teammates. Harts lalilert two in the first inning, one in the third and their final counter in the sixth. 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