The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1948 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 24, 1948
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' MONDAY, MAY 14, BLYTHFVn.I.E (ARX.) COURIER NEWS VAQK WW* Weekend Fatal To 8 Arkansans D««Hii Include 4 TraHk Accidents, 2 DrewiMd, 2 Sh«t By UnHtd Pre K < A's Sweep Pair From Browns; Yanks-Indians Split Twin Bill By Carl VurulquUl • ! United Fretw SporU Writer) NEW YORK, May 'J4. (UP)— No matter how you look at the American League pennant race, that pitching staff of the Philadelphia Athletics has Lo be reckoned with. You simply can't laugh off & crew which, in slightly less than At least tight, persons died viol- a month, has come up with four ently in Arkansas over Use weekend, « members wilh four victories apiece four of them in traffic accidents. Two others were drowned white two other* were shot. State Police Headquarters in Little Rock reported that Beulali Jo Prince, 11-year-old JParagoulrt girl, »'as lei lied when a pick-up trucx | driven by her father, All red Prince, : collided with a car near PEiragoukl I Saturday evening. Don Millar, 22- ' year-old Paragould resident who was driving the other vehicle, was arrested and charged with voluntary manslaughter. In Little Rock. fUncral services will be held tomorrow for Jarreli Dnpuy, 19, of Little Rock, who died in a crash on Highway 9 near Ola. Uupuy was driving the car when it overturned. His three companions were uninjured. Afton Hays George, 19-year-otd resident, was killed in an Automobile accident on Highway Ci at Wilson. Officers said that the I George car, occupied by the youth,' hi* parent.* and his sister, .swerved to avoid striking another and hit a tree. Truck Overturn* And near Deebe, Cleta Hembree was fatally injured when a pickup truck driveti by her father overturned on a gravel road. She died in a Little Rock Hospital. Nine persons vere riding in the truck, on a fishing trip. Drowning victims included Clifton Douglas, M, of Guy and Wtl 7 | liam Honneycutt, 30, of Coivchdale. j Douglas drowned in White River at | „ Yarbro Ball Club Defeats Wildcats Of Lange School « y U nnd one more with R 3-0 record. No other club in the majors has more than two foiir-Katne winners thus far. Capitalizing on pitching yester- . day, the A's swept a douUleheader from the Drowns at St. Louis, 7 to 3 and 3 to 1. Dick Fowler won his third straight game in the opener although he gtivc up 11 hits, nil singles. Homers by Buddy Rosar and Sam Chapman provided the offensive punch. In the second ! game, purple heart hero Lou Uris- sie won his fourth game against I three defeats, getting seven hits while Philadelphia wasted a lot of power by delivering 16 .safe blows but gelling only three runs In addition lo Fowler and Biissie, i Carl Scheib and Joe Colcmsn each | have 4-1 records, and Phil Mar- \ chilcion hus a 4-2 nutrk on the Athletic staff. The White Sox, kicked nil'.md all season, finally had a biy day, winning .twice from the Red Sox at Chicago by identical 4 to 3 scores as Bob Kennedy provided Uie big punch in both games. In the opener he singled with the bases loaded in the ninth to put over the winning run and in the second game his double after Luke Appllng's single put the winning run on third base. Pinch-runner Don Kolloway came home with it on a wild pilch. Yanks. Indians Split The incendiary bat of Joe Di- aggio provided three homers and single and drove in all six runs Ynrbro school's bull team sewed up the honors in the "Y" Graminnr school softball Irnfiue with a 19-3 victors' over Lance's Wlklcnts Saturday in Hie second game of a <Voub]e-hendcr on the Division Street playground. The first Rome was M 17-3 victory for Central over Sildbliry In which Central look over undisputed possession of second place hi the league standings. Ynrbro hns won Jive straight games and with only one lo KO on the regular schedule, they are two plnyed Saturday morning after Noiiv* of FJHun ut AL>i>lU'*tloii which .sever*! new teams will be for Liquor Permit added and the league roowarifMXI Nolirt ijs i loroby B | V( .,i Uml tho for play during the Summer months. um t m iKiied i ms filed with the Corn- New teams will W Invited to par- n il«sloner of Kevi'inu's of tho State liciput* from Gosnell, Promised 1 0[ Ar k tt tisns for permit to svll and I Land. BurdelU and other nearby Q i MH ,,,, sc vinous or spirituous liquors P°""*- for beverage at reinII on the jn-em- ~"I"*** described as Holol Noble Hlris, * 1H ' lj USM> BroiulwHy «l Wnluul, Blythevillo, Old-fashioned pemmlcan, the pre- | Arkansas. served meat used by explorers lor' Application is tor permit to be Is* the lust hundred years, miutc up ] sued tor operation beginning on the some of the foo<l stores of the U. S, | Navy on Us South Pol* expedlHloii, | 1st day of July, 1948, nnd lo expire on lite 30 day uf June, 1949. Tin Little Shop , Jesse F. StHl, nnrlner Dr. W. F. BREWER DKNTIST OFKICK 20814 W. MAIN ST. PHONE ana Blylhevllle, Ark, NOT1CK Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail fct Hotel Noble, IJroadwuy :it Wnluul. Blylhevllle, Mississippi County. The undersTgned states Ihflt he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he lias never been been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; lhat no license to sell beer by the full games ahead of Cemra). In ; undersigned has been revoked VlLh- Salnrrtays game, they R ot only 9 , !n jive ycnrs last pasli mul that the hit* but Lunge errors. coupled | lindcrslffnert has never i« cn cou . with five bases on balls Riven u|>! vlclc<1 of violating the laws of this by pitcher Billy Bumhain, cnab- stale> O| . ftny other stale> 1C i»liiiE led Ihcni to score almost aL will. lo lhc sa i c 0 '< alcoholic liquors, while Wheeler Gracey In the pll- Wo b!e Hotel Company chinp rote for Yiubro allowed only one ,snfc blow. Lunge's 5th Inning uprising produced three runs on a walk, two errors nnd a fielder's choice but never endangered the winners, lead. Last games in the league will Jess* F. Still. Mgr. Subscribed atid sworn lo before me Uils 22 tlity ol May, ID48, Jnmes Roy, (SEAL.) Notary Public. My Commission vxpiri's Feb. 1050. United Slates Lock and Dam No. 2, j n a 6 to 5 Yankee victory *even miles north of Batesville. 1 Cleveland, but he was cooled off in Koneycutt drowned when a boat he an a companion occupied overturned in Lake Catherine. In Faulkner County, a coroner's Jury said that 47-year-old Garland the second game as the Indians won his first of the season with relief help from Russ Christopher. Ken KeHner also hit a homer, his 13th, in the first game for Cleve- Wiit Hartwick of near Guy appar- j ] an d as Allie Reynolds, who needed entty took his own life yesterday, j .some aid from reliefer" Joe Page His body was found at his farm j y.-on his sixth game against one home. In North Littie Rock, officers arrested Henry Tnomas, a. Negro, on a charge of voluntary manslaughter after 61-year-old Willie Morris, also ^a Negro, was killed by a stray bullet a beer tavern North of the cap- defeat. A record Cleveland crowd of 78.431 saw the two games. Two of DiMnggio's homers were against Bobby Feller who suffered his third loss against five wins. The Senators cashed In on ninth inning wiUlnpss by Virgil Trucks city. Officers said Thomas fired to win, 1 10 0 at Detroit. A single tour shots through the front wall of by Gil Coan and three straight the tavern after an unidentified j walks forced in the only run of person outside iired two shots into i the game as Walt Masterson edged the building. One of the bullets Trucks In a duel, itruck Morris in the head. Cards Whip Phils Twice Hits were a tllme a dozen for the Cardimiis again as they romped to 18 to 3 and 4 to 1 triumphs at Philadelphia, • increasing their National League lead to three full games- The Cards made 31 hits for the day including homers by Nippy Jones and Marty Marion;-' The Braves also were hitting to all corners in Boston, getting 26 Two Caech twin-engined transport : h j ts p i ns 20 walks in 8 to 5 anti 12 planes were reported missing today to 4 triumphs over the Cubs. Noon a. flight from Corsica to Caecho- [hit- no-run relief pitching for six! Slovakia with lo passengers aboard, j innings by Clyde Shoun highlighted : U. S. Air Force Headquarters in Frankfurt said notification of the missing plane* wa« received from Cwck authorities shortly before I^t midnight. The Czech Ministry of Traasport denied in Prague that any Czech planes were overdue from Corsica or Italy. But the Italian Air Ministry reported receipt of a radio mes- 2 Czech Planes, Ten Passengers, Reported Missing TRANKFUH.T, May 24. —(UP>~ SEAGRAM'S 7CROWN. BLENDED WHISKEY. 86.8 Pfool. 652'a Grain Neulfjl Spiiits. Seignm-Dislillers Corporation, Chrysler Building. NewVoik Galewood Grocery State Line Phon,* 975 GAS GAS Reg., Gal. Ethyl, Gal. 20k 22k Whiskies l-2Pt. Pt. 5th Segram'7" 1.35 2.65 4.15 Calvert 1.35 2.65 4.15 Bonds 2.25 4.35 6.90 Cagarets Ctn.—1.55 STUDEBAKER ... ' Originated the "New Look" In Motor Cant • First In Style! • First In Vision! • First by far with a Post War Car! Guaranteed Used Cars and Trucks $•• Chamblin Safe* Co. for Comp/e<e Service/ CHAMBLIN SALES CO. "Your Friendly Studebaker Deafer" R.R. & Ash St*. ' Phone 2195 REFRESHING REDUCING INVIGORATING Kid yourself of Hint tijjly fnl. both men and women. Feel youtitf and bo young again by sulphur bath and oil nuisHiiKOs. Course of 10 for $20.' For A|)|M)iulnient Cull 2.1:59 1510 Ash Street E.'C. Davis Violetta Morgan Masseur MasseuM *ag« from Prague asking for any vord of two missirnf Czech planes. U. S. officials said American, Czech and Italian piaiies were i not achieved without difficulty for haa yet taken to the air aiid that j the boys had to blow a 5 to 0 lead, the search was being directed by the opener. Johnny Mice's two-run homer topped one by Ralph Kiner with ' nobody abase and that, phis excellent pitching and Tine fielding, told the story of the Giants 1 2 to I victory over the Pirates at New York. The Reds climbed out of the. cellar and pushed last year's champs, the Brooklyn Dodgers, into their place with a 6 to 5 triumph at Ebbct-s field. It \vns Brooklyn's eighth straight defeat nnd it was Hie French Air Rescue Center in Toulon. • large Field Exp*ct*4 For National Open NEW YORK, May 24. (UP) — lx>s Angeles, host city for next month's National Open golf tournament, today headed the list with 294 of a record number of 1,418 entries who will battle it out for qualifying berths. A field of 171,31 of whome are exempt from sectional qualifynig rounds, will be permitted to play for the championship aL Los Angles' Riviera Country Club, June 10-12. .* The tryouts .scheduled for June 1, except at Honolulu and Los Angeles where qualifying rounds will be held May 27-28, respectively. LITTLE IN MUCH More than 98 per cent of Ihr earth's crust U made up of only eight of the ninety-odd known elements. They are oxygen, iron, silicon, aluminum, calcium, sodium, po- tassimn, and magnesium. One billion dollars was spent by the United States during World War II in keeping tab on the weather. j KEYS MADE i ' : { For Anything > [ LOCKS OPENED ! ! and REPAIRED ; ! For Service Call or Come In '• ,; Bill Godwin's j ; SPORTING GOODS ! ; Glcncoe Hldg. 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WEBB Hw» 61 »t State MT» Phone Blylheillle 71i C1IO TOP r/t&ru'um, ALE -1JFOR AM, BATIV .'{110 S. Second Phone 2308' after- i Fred S. Saliba & Company I Closed Wednesday tn W«al Ash St. Phone 437 , J noon ,^».,.. Nu-Wa Laundry Cleaners 220 North Second Street Phone 4474-4475 If you're hurrying—we can rebuild your shoes in shortest time possible by RKAI, workmanship. Of course, close prices, best material. H-flLT€RS OUflLITY SHO£ SHOI 171 W MAIM S T. Local & Long Distance Hauling Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any Place Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St. Phones: Day -\W. 'Night 29S6 GARDEN SEEDS COMPLETE STOCK BULK OR PACKAGE FRESH PLANTS DAILY BLYTHEYILLE CURB MARKET 130 EAST MAIN ST. I • Ogden Soy Beans i 2'.^ pound bags. Gleaned and 90% l 1 germination test. $4.50 bushel. J Highway 61. 5'.4 miles North of • Stcelc, Mo. Phone 9P12. j J. R. Whistle « i i. — See Us First EAST END AUTO SALES For That Car 503 K. 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