The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1948 · Page 7
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, JUNK ]«, 1S48 «I>YTHEVTU.E (AKKJ OOUUmi NEWS I Bold Buccaneer Jaycees Winners Over Kilowatters Two Walki, Tw» HiH Factors in Extra Inning Ball Gam* Two eonsMutive »i ng | es followed by i»-r> straight bases on b«lis, »re the factors in what may prove to be ihe blgswt tirj?et in Blylheville's Softball history when the lotvly Ja.vcfes nosed out the league-leading Ark-Mo Kilowatters 3 to 2 In *n extra.inning tilt »t Waiktr Patk ]»sl night. Kilowatt hinler Stewart Oui-ley, working in relief, walked in tlie I winning run in the eighth frame after he hart given tip infield singles to Junior Crowe and Wendell Eaton and i base on balls to Bob Irfe Smith to load lh« bases. Diclc While rite*- the g»rne winning walk. which forcM crow* home from third. It was the Jaycees second victon of Lhe season /ind Ark-Mo'i second straight loss. It. pusher] the Kilowiuiers into .second place, giv ing the Hrys Grocers undiluted right to the league lead , The Kame was a tight pilrh'hg dud between A. o. Mosley. the pint- ' sized hurler o[ Hie Ja'ycees. and Billy Demon, who sinned for the Kilowatters, until the sixth when r>emorr We*- his conirol. Demon : lilt the first man to lace him In that Inning and walked [he sec- ; onrf before Guiloy was called in 10 j protect the Kilowatiers' one run. 1 2-1 lead. j O'jricy 8 ot the Kilowatier* ont; Spring Squirrel Season nf the inning without any damage. .Clatft in Arlenntnc by retiring the first three men ro!*-' OS " '" Arkansas face him, but he was nicked for the tying nm in the seventh when Dick White, running /or Eddie Saliba. scored from third on J. D. (jLunsiord's single lo center. Snllba got on base via an Infield error. Ja.vi:ee Hits Get K.-MJ||« The Kilow.lteis outhit the Jaycees 6 fo -I but (he Jaycees' binslfs were timed perfectly while Ark- , Mo'.s a-eie kept pretty well scat- ! llle tered. Lunsford paced the Jaycees' ! Secretary hitting' with two singles in 'three trips while Fred Perry led the Kilo- watters. collecting two for four. Errors were kept to a minimum by both teams with the Jaycees. who here-to-lore had been the scrape goats of the league, committing only four micelles, none of thine (oo cosdy mid the Kllowal- tci's msde only two bobbles. The extra-inning affair was played in one hour and 20 imniitva. which could be considered sorne- W'hal of a record for a team thai has been playing ball like the ' Jaycce-S' had previously. Last night's second E.ime between 1 Sullivan-Nelson and the Raiwrbacfc Drive-In nin e was washed out by rain which followed -Immediately after the Ark-Mo-Jaycee contest. This game will be played it L later date. Forrest City's Legionnaires to Play Blytheville The Hlytheville Jiininr Lesion Cotton Pickers, wealher pri'tniuiriK. will lake mi the Forest Oily Junior I.enton nine, ill their thkd home name of the season at Walker Park lonlKlil »l 8 o'clock. Last nlRhl's rain thread-ned lo postpone tonight's UN. bill C.iacli James fisher o( Ihe pickers, stated this momtDp itini i( m Rnme would be played provided no rain fatl^ during Ihe day, Kenny Merrill probably will gel the sun-ling mound call tonight Coach fisher stated but lie indt- < alert that both lion Bunch »nrt Dfile Shanks would be kept ready Solditr Gets Ymr'i T»rm For Theft of Army Pantt TOKYO, June Ifi. --(UP)— A general court marlial (ixiny ten- loncprt Pvl. l.esler Tllrnei, ai, Crab Orchard, Term.. In • year »t hard labor nnri dishonorable- tllsclurm for stealing 247 pull* of trousers from the Tokyo Qiisrterina.ster D*|K}(. Turner's convlcllmi tnd «enlemy are subject (o review by hlijlwi authority. for action. The Pickers will be «tier Ihelr lOlh vlclory of Hie season in lo. nlnlu's lilt » n ,i ihelr flrsl over Ihe Forrest City team. They have li.sl only two Rarnes. an* to 'the Weoha Stores of Memphis Sunday ami one to Hie PiBBoll l.eiloiinalirc \ vn weeks ago. Perfocto'f Biff Sayt \ Atomic War on Typhoon! MANILA illl'l ... A Philippine roniiressman Ililnk.s atom bombs' mlKhl destroy Ivuhoon.v Hep. Francisco Perfeclo, a provincial roi'omil Dlnntei. has oftr-jed i bill which would en-ate at) Inler- natlonal "anM-tvphunn" ooihinU- slcin to lesl his theory that alomlc explosions cuul.l ,,, 1( ,]| „„ H( ., rra ( aloi m. •'Something must be done" [,e said. "Typhoons I-KUMM! SlOO.lKJtl titlt) damage In Ihe I'lim,,,,,,,,., a | (111 , ln»l year, in niv province Imlf the I'O.'onul tir-j ,i,. rf |,, <>(VII , I<1WI1 n||l( the rest were sd-ip,,,.,) |, illf | ik(! cnndli-s." Und, ( >r Pcrlfi-io's hill, ||i« Phllli,. )>lni-.s Kmrriiiiiciii would > n it in, S500.IXK) lor typhoon resr.rch Scl- enlists ol all ,m.im,s would vitrii to join. t bldi, Car* Acquire Fancy Tail By Bting in Family Waih\ Mluis "'»" Construclion < i Kansas oil >v . Mo., wu So BOSTON, (UP>- Mis. |<|K C-IKIII- inn would like Hitvlrc uii ho*' to flu up her black mid white XIIKOI-I eat The pussy crawled lulo the fntn- il.v washing m«<liliie. «nd *«, «lil|i- pert mound iti the »uds until lu «n- (fillslied yowls brought help. The i-al eiuiiB out of Ihe machine with > curl lo It* UII »nd Mrs. Ciamma -fays: "I can't gel H '»lrnl|[lit*iiMl mil " Two Bids on Bridge Job Just 8S Cents Different . KHANKWIIT. Ky. UJIM .. .,.,„ lone Ift'ii bidders on > bridge toimd iliFhlstlven only Bft cents >\ , |,ro|»3li>K Hlxhway utticl.M ,,..__.. ai , 1 , 1 , M)mwllfll ., ot ' FOUNTAINS. '_»>» sl^l^JllShway deparlm'ej,r Ul'.'-I J'i.^liT'JlI'I^ ! NOW! IF YOU CAN RIDE A BIKE... fom CMI WIN A PRI2EI ENTER BIKE PARADE Sinn Rojpk wa.s the only UodRpr, outside ill* pitcher Clytle Km^. who did not gel in the World Scries last tail, but his shorustopping is credited wiiVi inakiuK the infield thai Im.s kept ilie Pi rales in cx:n tent inn dale. lo LITn.K ROCK, Ark.. Junp Ifi— tUP'—Arkansas hunters today laid aside their guns for the Summer after scattering [ 0 the hills and woods for one last fling at .squirrel .shooting yesterday. The 15-day Spring squirrel season ended y extent ay winding uj> Jmm- ing of any kind in Arkansas until T. A. McAmls of the Game and Fi.^h Cornnu.s-s-ioii, 5aitt tlie next open season v/oulrl be on tlave.s, pmbnbly Sept. 1. The open- Ing date depends upon action of federnl wildlife authorities. The firsi state open season will be on squirrels Oct. I. Me A mis said lhal squirrel hunting riming ihe current senson lias been spoity. He said there were plenty of .squirrels but they have kept om ul rrach of the hunters because of thr heavy vegetation. Atomic Workers To Vote on New Labor Contract Senate Okays Funds for TV A Steam Plant _ WASHINGTON. June 16. ITJP> — ''"he Senate late yesterday voted 45 ro 37 to give Ihe Tennessee Valley Atitlioiity S4.000.000 lo start work on a steam power plant al New Johnsonville. Tenn rt ptif. the item brick in a S-1'.i,- Ofi2.061 appropriation to ojieraie I'VA and othei government coi~nr- niious duririR Ihe 1949 lisra] I \r hepinnins July I. It had been eliminated by the House. 1 , A Senate-House conference commit tee will make the final decision *vhen it meets to iron out rfiffctcnces in Senate and HOVIK« versions of the appropriation. | The Senate vote came after six •hours of debate in which Northern Republicans were arrayed asainst vSotithcnt Democrats on the controversial Issue. Sen. Brian McMahon. D.. Conn-, sided with the Southerners and closed the debate with R plea for the plant to supply electric power lo tlie atomic energy establishment at Oak Ridge. Tcnn. Sen. Kenneth McKellar. D.. Tenn a consistent foe of TVA management, broke off his ieiirt long enough lo spearhead • the light for the funds. K-nd Courier News Want Ads. OAK RIDGE. Tenn. June |6.-~ 'UPi— T)ie proposed atomic Inbor- atory labor contract, subject of a months-long dispute that almost produced a strike, is up for union ratification tonight. The A P of L Atomic Trades and l.nbor Council has scheduled a vote on the proposed agreement with Carbide and Cnrbon Chemicals Corporation at 7 p m. Their leaders reached a tentative agreement on its terms after a 42- holir continuous session that ended Sunday. Early yesterday, details of the proposal to be voted on tonight were finally ironed out. A Taft-Hartley anti-strike injunction had held off a walkout since March 19. But h was dissolved last Friday and the union was on 24-hour .strike alert when Ihe tentative agreement was announced. Airman's Pranks Get Finr From Highway Officials 1 ' DAI.TON, Neb. <UP>— Aeronautics department offiicaU werr j stumped when William D. Bale taxied his plane tip Main Street. Bales had landed on a Held out side the city limits. 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