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FRIDAT, APRIL », MM BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE KIN! Herb Doesn't Score Red legs Beat Cardinals In Homer Hit Parade, 10-9 By ED WILKI The Associated PreM Herb Score, Cleveland's fine young southpaw, says he doesn't sleep well after losing. From the looks of things he could end up with insomnia just by facing the Chicago White Sox. with a bruised instep. The senators got two in the first Score was the A m e r i c an League's No. 1 rookie last sea son, with a 16-10 mark and a record 245 strikeouts—but he couldn't beat Chicago in three tries. Even though figured to win 20 this season, he found himself in the same old nightmare alley .yesterday. He fanned 10 and gave just two hits, yet lost 1-0 to the White Sox, who got a two-hitter themselves from Jack Harshman and scored the lone run without a hit. Chicago Sweep With that follow-up to Billy Pierce's 2-1, five-hit victory, opening day, Chicago swept the two- game set between the two pennant threats and stayed unbeaten in the AL along with Boston, which defeated Baltimore 4-2 behind Tom Brewer's two-hitter, and Kansas City, which banged Detroit 4-1 on Bobby Shantz' five- hit pitching. The New Yankees, atfer thumping Washington twice, were dumped by the Senators 1-3. In the National, only Milwaukee remained unbeaten, edging the Chicago Cubs .3-1 while Pittsburgh knocked the New York Giants to their first defeat 3-2. Brooklyn opened in its Jersey City "home" off ex-teammate Maury McDermott, then iced it in the fourth as Jim Lemon and Ed Fit: Gerald tagged the southpaw for solo homers. Chuck Stobbs held the Yanks to seven hits, including a . homer and two singles by Elston Howard. Ray Boone had three of Detroit's hits off Shantz, who was belted for a harmless homer by Earl Torgeson. The A's climbed 01. Steve Gromek for five singles and their four runs in the fifth. Rookie Wes Covington, batting for winning pitcher Bob Buhl, cracked a run-scoring single to break a 1-all tie and send Milwaukee into a 2-0 record. Thomai Star Pirate Prank Thomas singled home the I deciding run in the eighth for tr Pirates after Preston Ware pinch single off Al Worthingtc scored two for a 2-1 Buc lead the seventh. The Brooks scored twice in t 10th to win for reliefer Clem bine as Rube Walker lifted a sa rifice fly in a pinch role wi the bases loaded against relief an dbeat Philadelphia 5-4 in 10 Duane Pillette. Roy Campanel Innings. Cincinnati also had to go had tied lt ^ th a double—to b come the sixth current Dodgi with 1,000 major league hits. For all the homers it was bases-loaded single by Wally Po 10 to beat St. Louis 10-9 with each club swatting four homers. Poor Timing Score's big trouble with the White Sox, • outside of yesterday's wildness, has been poor timing. He always rims into top pitching opponents. Last year he lost 4-1 against Pierce's three-hitter, 2-1 against Harshaman's three-hitter, and 4-2 against Virgil Trucks' four -hitter. Chicago didn't solve Herb for a hit until the eighth, but scored in the seventh on a walk, a two- run wild pitch and a .sacrifice fly by ex-Tribesman Larry Doby, who had struck out five times in a row. At Boston, Brewer also got into trouble with walks, but Mickey Vernon smacked a fly which Dave Pope lost in the sun and fell for a two-run double to breajf a 2-all tie. Ted Williams was on the bench off reliefer Ellis Kinder wh fanned Wally to save Tuesday opener—that got the job done f< the Eedlegs. Kay Jablonski gram slammed to get the Reds back the game in the seventh. Te Kluszewski (his first), Post an Smoky Burgess also homered fo the Reds. Stan Musial, Wally Moo and Bill Sarni, who got tw whacked 'em for the Cards. In his basketball comeback mad late during the last National Ba ketball Assn. season, George M kan averaged 1014 points a gam for 37 games. He averaged sllghtl more than 20 minutes a game. Master Your Game... No. 5 Placing the Ball By JACKIE BURKJE Master of the Masters Written for NEA Service How and where the ball is played is the crux of thi address. There should be nothing difficult about it. There Is not a variety of positions, as so many seem to believe there should be. Until we discuss the playing of wood shoU, suffice is to say that with an iron the ball should be played midway between the feet. Hitting the "ball you should have the feeling that it is In the way of your swing. Get the idea that the ball will take flight as a matter of course. Only by placing it midway between the feet at the address ia this possible. As I stress in the book, "The Natural Way to Better Golf" (Hanover House), the necessity for the so-called "firm left side" and "straight left arm" is dictated by improper position of the ball at the address. If the ball Is played too far forward, an unnatural arc In the swing must be maintained by something, The result is a straight or, more likely, stiff left arm. The firm left side aids the straight left arm. I is a restricting action, and by itsel can only lead to a loss in power. Playing the ball midway between the feet, a natural path can be maintained using both arms comfortably and freely. Whatever firmness is required of the 1, Ct side will be natural. NEXT: Look up. Wells-2" to 16" Irrigation - Industrial - Municipal - Domestic WATER is our BUSINESS We Drill For It Pump It Soften It Filter It Cool It. Irrigate With It GINNERS - TAKE NOTICE: Let M furnish your water needs f»r fire fighting tower •nit cooling, for sUtifitrf. HOME WATER SYSTEMS 3 Years to Pay Complete iron removal, filtering aid softening system* built t* fit rnir needs. We have (he answer to yoir »ee«li f»r greater water volume and pressures). McKinnon Irrigation Co. Phone 112 or 190 — Manila, Ark. BEAUTIES — If this big bass had to be caught, it's nice being landed by such a pretty young miss, casting in Lake Eloise, Cypress Gardens, Fla. The poor fish didn't even put up a fight. Would you? Stars Win Final From Trotters INDIANAPOLIS (IP) — A total of 199.665 fans turned out for the 1956 basketball tour of the Harlem Globetrotters and the college basketball All-Stars. The tour ended here last night with the All-Stars beating the Trotters 7T-72 for their third straight. The Trotters took the series, however, 11 games to 10. The largest turnouts were at Chicago where 13.244 turned out last Monday and 10,126 on Tuesday. Michigan State boxing coach John Brotzmann has been a Spartan assistant coach in boxing, golf, football, baseball and basketball. Roy Camponella Bqnos 1,000th Major Hit JERSEY CITY, N.J. (ff) — Roy Campanella lined a double for his l.OCOth major league hit yesterday and gave the Brooklyn Dodgers a total of six players with 1,000 or more career hits. That's tops in either league. The others are Peewee Reese. Jackie Robinson. Duke Snider, Oarl Furillo and Oil Hodges. Campy's 1,000th scored the tying run in the loth Inning ns the Brooks beat Philadelphia 5-4. The St. Louis Cardinals, with Stan .Musial, Red Schoendienst, Hank Sauer and Walker Cooper follow the Dodgers in the veteran-hitters department. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Boudreau Puts Official OK On. Arm of Skantz By FBANK CRAWFORD KANSAS CITY (AP) — Everyone except American League hitters can quit worrying about Bobby Shantz' "sore arm." Authority for that statement ls| Harvey Kuenn and Torg-eson yes- Lou Boudreau, manager of Kansas City Athletics. Boudreau isn't claiming th southpaw is going to win games as he did in 1952. But tt slow process of getting the tin hurler back in shape is at an en From here on in Bobby w stand or fall on his stuff, La year Shantz was nursed alon carefully after two years of trouble. The 5-hit, 4-1 victory Bobb threw at the Detroit Tigers yes terday doesn't make a season b it did show Boudreau and his A what they have been watching f< ever since they moved into Ka: sas City last year. Shantz didn't walk a ma threw with a free, easy motio and was consistently ahead of tl hitters as he pitched in 40-degr temperature. "I had better control of n curve and fast ball than I ha' had for a long time," said th modest little guy who says this the year to find out whether t is a pitcher or a has been. "W arm felt good and strong through out and it still feels fine," he adi ed after the club returned horn last night. It was the first time Shantz ha gone nine innings since he bei the Yankees in New York the ml die of last season. Joe Ginsberg, who caugh Shantz yesterday, shook his hea in admiration. . That little guy was fast. An his curve; it was something seel I never caught him befor this season but I batted again him in 1962. He looked Just good to me today. That Torgeso made a good guess and caug! hold of a fast ball or the Tlgei still would be looking for a ru off Bobby.. (Earl Torgeson, Tlge first baseman, homered off Shan for Detroits only run.) Jos Astroth, catcher for Shanl when he won 24 games and th leagues most valuable playe award, was exultant: "Ive been telling everyone Bob y was throwing just as hard an just as well as he ever did ex cept for his control. Well, he ha ,t again and If he keeps It, it joing to be tough on the hitters i his league.' And, added Joe, Shantz coul win a game or two on his fleldln alone. The cat-like pitcher speare two line drives off the bats o "Can't "wait to get back home. Can you meet my train?" "Jim's so thoughtful. When he's on the road he always keepe in touch by Long Distance. His calls never cost much, and they certainly mean a lot to a lonesome wife." • • • YOU'LL SAVE TIME when you place your call by number. When you can give the operator the number you're calling, service is twice as fast. An up-to-date list of out-of-town numbers is the key to placing calls by number. Ask at the telephone business office for a free Blue Book . . . handiest place to keep your list. TALK IT OVBR. You save up to Vi on station-to-station Long Distance calls SldMon-to-stotlofl colli or* morMyMvfng colli Simply tell fh« operator you'll folk with anyone who answers. You'll b« charged low irotion-to-tlatlon rates—up to */t lower thon p«rso«i-to-person rates. By prearranging Long Distance vltiti, you can be sure of caching fri«nd« and r«latlv« »tatlon-to-!tat!on—at substantial lovingt. DISTA.NOBI terday that another hurler might not have touched. t'Yeah," said Boudreau. "But don't forget his base running and his spirit. I needed a runner in the opener Tuesday and motioned to the bench of Cletus Boyer. Shantz was sitting next to Boyer and before I could stop him he was out on second base. So I let him stay. He's one of the best baserunners on th« club." Bobby scored the tying run a moment later In the A's 3-1 victory. Birds Look For Big Mob At Busch ST. LOUIS (/R—A record opening night crowd of 23,000 to 25,000 is expected at Busch Stadium tonight as the St. Louis Cardinals open their • home season as hosts to the league-leading Milwaukee Braves. The Braves come here fresh from two triumphs over the Chicago Cubs. Manager Charley Grimm has nominated veteran southpaw Warren Spahn for mound duty. Fred Hutchinson, making his managerial debut here, has picked righthander Tom Poholsky as hig pitcher to improve on the Cards' 1-1 record. Spahn will b* the third lefty to start against St. Louis in the young season. The Cardinals hope to counter th« left-hnnder Jinx this year with righthanded hitting outfielder Hank Sauer, recently acquired Irom the Cubs. "Every Indication is that the crowd will go at least 33,000," Nat Hale, Cardinal ticket supervisor, said yesterday. Maxwell Is Links Leader HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) — About this time last year, Billy Maxwell was the most inconsistent shooter in the Hot Springs Open Golf Tournament. He shot a record 30 on the front nine, but took more than 40 strokes on the back nine to lose his chance at the top prize money. Yesterday, In the first round 01* the second annual Hot Springs Opn. the Odessa, Tex., pro was consistently good. Good enough to lead the field, in fact. H* put hit approaches close to the pin and knocked about half of them in for birdies in carding a 31-33—64 for a one-stroke lead over favored Gary Mlddlecoff. Par is 36-36—72. Maxwell had two birdie putts of about a foot and his longest was a 12-footer, but Middlecoff made most of his the hard way. The former dentist from Memphis dropped a 40-foot downhill putt on the second hole, and he .sank a half-dor.cn of 12 feet or more. Mlddtocoff Recover. While Maxwell was almost pe feet all the way, Middlecoff need ed a few nice recoveries nnd som amazing putts to get his 85. H went out In 34, and after gettin a bog«y on the nth, he neede six birdies to ti« Maxwell. Middlecoff got five of them. H sank birdt* putts, all of them 1 feet or longer, on th. 13th. 14th 18th. 17th and 18th. Pete Fleming of Hot Spring was only two strikes behind Max well by virtue of a 00-foot oh Puat Runyan of La Jolla, Calif., and Bud HoJscber of Apple VaJ. lay, Calif., wer» tied at 68. Make a Date with the Newest OOMB IN AND ROCKET sht for an eagle on the 510-yn 18th hole. Buster Cuptt of Eustor La., started . today's round fourth place at 67. and Oeorg Bayer of Cincinnati, O., veten Fights Last Niqh San Francisco — Rocky Slate 16*',4, Lot Angeles, outpolnte Johnny Milton, 146',4, Otkland Calif. 10. St. Paul — Jim Hejerte, 164, 8 Paul, outpointed Bob Rowle, H8',i Council Bluffi. Iowa, 10. New York Sunnyslde Garden Prank Ippolito, 142, New York, out pointed lUy Wallach, 147 M, Ne York, 8. ZND REPLAT J. P. PRIDE t GATEWAY BUB. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSA STATE OF ARKANSAS, PLAINTIFF V. NO. 13,348 (19B1 Forfeitures) DELINQUENT LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI (CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT) COUNTY FORFEITED FOR NON-PAYMENT OF TAXES AND SOLD TO THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, DEFBNDAN NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to Act 119 of th* Genera Assembly of the State of Arkansas of 1936, aid amendments thereto there has been filed 'In the office of the Clerk of Mississippi Count) Chancery Court tke complaint of the State of Arkansas to quiet anc confirm in the State and/or its redemptors, purchasers, donees an assigns, the title to certain lands mentioned in the complaint and lying in the County of Mississippi (Chlckasawba District) and State c Arkansas. All persons claiming any Interest to the lands forfeited and sol are hereby warned to appear in the Mississippi County Chancery Cour at the May, 1056 term, after the publication of this notice, to-wit, on Lhe 28th day of May, 1956, and show cause, If any there be, why the :ltle to said forfeited lands should not be confirmed, quieted and vestec n the State of Arkansas and/or its rcdcmptors, purchasers, donees ant a'sslgns in fee simple forever. Tlie description of said lands and the names of the persons, firm or corporation last paying taxes thereon are as follows: LIST OF STATE LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY FORFEITED FOR 1951 TAXES CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT PERSON, FIRM OR PART TAX, PEN CORP. LAST PAYING OF ALTY AND TAXES THEREON SECTION SEC. AREA COST (BLYTHEVILLE DISTRICT) TOWNSHIP 15 NORTH, RANGE g EAST Jas. E. Adkerson Lot 19 B'i NWNE 17 6.7' TOWNSHIP 15 NORTH, RANGE 11 EAST Willie B. Moran Lots 4-5 Blk. 1 8% NE 21 10.40 TOWNSHIP H NORTH, RANGE 9 EAST I. J. Huckabet S'/i NE 35 80 4.16 H. Hagley NE NE 2« 40 B.08 Ruffin Adklns SE NE 36 40 3.08 Amos Thomas NW NE 36 40 3.08 Dan Hooks SW NE 36 40 3.08 LIST OF STATE LANDS IN MISSIISIPPI COUNTY FORFEITED FOR 1951 TAXES CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT ERSOV, FIRM OR TAX, PEN. ;ORP. LAST PAYING ALTY AND TAXES THEREON LOT BLOCK COST BLYTHEVILLE ALLISON ADDITION ilia. Jetton 6 i 6.31 rfsude Tollver 1 5 9.47 E. M. BRYAN ADDITION Jnknown 1 8 1.58 Unknown 3 8 1.58 E. B. COOK SUB, ienry Jr. ft Ruby Lee Bingham U A 1.58 ELLIOTT ADDITION 'nknown 1 * J.16 uden oi Tommle O. Sanders 15 8 3.16 HOLLIPETER 2nd ADDITION =tosie ft John Laws 20 B 7.80 Jnknown 20 6 2.60 LARRY 3RD ADDITION Ed * Alberta Norton 13 4.73 LARRY 4TR ADDITION ienry Williams 66 1.58 ienry Williams 69 6.31 1. W. OWENS SUB. rdla. Bowie 11 3.16 Mary Springfield 2 Q 3.16 LEACHVILLE HOOKER ADDITION nknown II 3.85 MANILA uler Rlley 8 1 4.70 TATE OF ARKANSAS M 'TAX SUIT OUNTY OF MISSISSIPPI, HICKASAWBA DISTRICT CEKTiriCATK I, James H. Jones, Commissioner of State Lands within and fot le Stat« of Arkansas, do hereby certify that the foregoing pages of ypewritten matter contain a complete and accurate list of all lands nd town lots now belonging to the State of Arkansas in Mississippi ounty, under forfeiture for non-payment of taxe», which remain undis- osed of and which are now subject to confirmation in accordance ith the provisions of Act No. 119 of the Acts of the Fiftieth General ssembly of the State of Arkansa«, approved March 19, 1935, Act. No. 8 of the Acts of the Fifty-second General Aswmbly of the State of rkansai, approved March 18, 1939, Act. No. 423 of the Acts of the ifty-thlrd General Assembly of the State of Arkansas, approved larch 31, 1941, and Act. 399 of the Acts of the Fifty-fourth General ssembly of the State of Arkansas, approved March 23, 1943 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and af- xed the seal of my office at Little Rock, Arkansas, on this the 16th ay of March, 195fi. EAL JAMES H. JONES, Commissioner of State Landi. WltMSf my hand and aeil this the 30th day of March, 1958. EAL GERALDINE LISTON, Chancery Clerk. OM GENTRY, Attorney General. ROY FINCH, JR., Asslitant Attorney General. ' BLOCK.' Oft 'ROUND mi TOWfA IF YOU LIKfl J SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER i Now in ' DrPepper 10 DrPepper nicest ' F' the friendly

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