The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1955 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, APRIL T, 1985 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Stanky May Have Foreboding Of Dreadful 54 Repeat on Hill Card Ace Haddix Gets Lumps By Ed WILKS The Associated Press Unless Eddie Stanky really is a changed man this season $5 will get you $10 the scrappy little manager of the St. Louis Cardinals had his hands jammed in his hip pockets, staring bitterly at the ground and ripping the turf in short jabs with his spikes at the Little Kock bail park yesterday. With his head bowed, he must have been muttering something like—"great Jehovah! Not another season like this!" That may not be an accurate quote, no matter how much Stanky may have changed. But it's about as close as you can get in print. What undoubtedly had Stanky aroused was the terrible thing that happened to Harvey Haddix, his southpaw ace, and the struggling Vic Raschi. The Chicago White Sox belted the pair for a 133 decision. It was pitching, or the lack of it, that outweighed the Cards' hitting power and scuttled them, in sixth place last season. The man who done them wrong in Little Rock was Walt Dropo, swatting: a three-run homer off Hartdix and a two-run clout off Raschi. That pushed Dropo's home run production to six in eight days. Haddix left in the fifth, trailing 7-0. Raschi was clipped for five runs in the sixtli. Tony Jacobs came on in the seventh and the White Sox wound up with IS hits. The Cards, meanwhile, swung for 14 hits, but couldn't gel the runners across against Chicago's Jack Harshman and Mike For- game to be played nieles. In the first in a major league park this season, Brooklyn defeated Washington in Griffith Stadium 6-0 as Carl Erskine blanked the Senators with some difficulty. Erskine gave up 10 hits as he became the first Golf's Shooting Stars Mengert Is Another Top Spokane Star (One of a Series) By NBA Service Al Mengert is a member of Spokane's famous Athletic Rount Table. The sharp-featured, blue-eyed Mengert sat at Bing Crosby's desk" at Gonzaga High School. "At least Blng's name was engraved on it with a pocket knife," he recalls. Mengert, of Norwegian - Ger- 1 man stock, is 26, stands 6 feeb and weighs 185 pounds. He has been around golf courses since he started caddying at 10. He played in a caddy tournament at 11. In 1941, as a 12-year-old, he turned in the highest score in the Spokane City . Senior Tournament, 103. By 1950, he had won the same tournament three itmes in succession to retire a trophy that had Bud Ward's name on it. He wa^ the National Junior champion of 1946-47, beating Gene Littler in the final the latter year. Mengert played football for Gonzaga High, attended Stanford University in '48 and •49. • * * He was a sergeant in the National Guard unit of the Air Force that was called up in '51 for 15 months. Before and after his service in the Air Force, he work- Dodger to go nine innings. He also accomplished the first full-length shutout of a major league team this spring. Billy Hoeft, trying to evade the Detroit bullpen, allowed Just two hits, one a Hank Aaron home run, in six innings as the Tigers lost to Milwaukee 21. Warren Spahn got the decision when the Braves broke a 1-1 tie with two singles, a walk and a sacrifice fly in the eighth off George Zuverink. Cleveland nudged the New York Gaints 3-2 as Dave Pope doubled across the winning run in the 10th. Jim Hearn looked good for the Giants, yielding just one earned run in the seven innings he worked. Herb Score, the Indians' prize youngster, was touched for a first-inning run—the first he's allowd this spring—but no more in four frames. Sammy White hit a home run lu the fourth with two on to break up a duel between Boston's Ike Delock and Philadelphia's Murry Dickson and the Red Sox went on to win .9-3. Baltimore edged Pittsburgh 3-2 when reliefer Roger Bowman walked Vern Stephens with the bases loaded in the ninth. The New York Yankees clobbered Lynchburg of the class B Piedmont league 19-2 with 18 hits. Veteran Tommy Byrne held the youngsters to four hits, walking six and fanning seven while becoming the fourth Yank pitcher to go nine innings. Olympic Official Approves Aussie Preparations MELBOURNE Wl — Australia's preparations for the 1356 Olympics, reported lagging behind schedule, today had the approval of Avery Brundage, president of the International Olympic Committee, who is making a special, firsthand inspection because of the rumors, Brundage, lone an Olympic watchdog as head of tthe United States committee before taking over as chairman of the international group in 1852. said, "So far, I have seen nothing to seriously criticize." He added he was confident all preparations for the games would be completed in time, i Brundage visited the main stadium at Uie Melbourne Cricket Club yesterday and found everything adequate, except for the n- :d of a coat of paint. He also suggested the addition of dressing rooms, showers and toilet facilities. He assured the officials he would do as much as he could when he returned to the United States to dispel rumors that the Aussies v/eren't 100 per cent behind the games. "You have received a lot of bad publicity." he said. 'I will do my best to counter it." Unofficial reports had indicated the Aussies were having serious troubles getting ready for the Wardell's Burnett Makes B All-State WARDELL — Jerry Burnett, the 5-6 mighty mite of Wardell High School's Cardinals, is the only Pemfscot County basketball player to be selected for the mythical Missouri Class B first team. Once a victim of polio, he scored more than 2,200 points for Wardell during his four years of prep basketball. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Burnett. Selection was made by the Missouri Association of Sportswritnrs. Wesley (Satch) Howrcn of Brass City's Indians received honorable mention. „ A! Mengert ed part time in his father's machine shop. He was runner-up to Jack WestLand in the United States Amateur at the Seattle Golf .Club in 1952, when he won the Mexican Amateur. He broke the Northwest Open record in Spokane with 265, topping Bud Ward and other professionals. Mengert turned pro in January of '53, played in five tournaments on the tour before joining Claude Harmon at Winged Foot, where he remained through '54. Mengert. married Donna Jacobsen, daughter of a well-to-do baker who lived across the street from him as a kid. They have a soil, Tommy, 3. Mrs. Mengert plays golf \vell, too. As a sideline, Al Mengert peddles an electric shaver made in Holland. j "It's safer than a straight ra- | zor,' 'he smiles. "And touring with | the pros, you often feel like us- I ing the other kind — on your [ throat." An Important Tip To Property Owners It is now Uie season for .termites to begin swarming. If you see any of these pests around your place, you had better get busy and do something about them, licciiusc termites stay busy day and night, winter and summer. Don't wait until you have an expensive repair. If you will call us we will give you free inspection and estimate. We are licensed by the State Plant Board and issue a continuous working contract. Superior Termite Co. 535 N. Glh—Blyllieville, Ark.—Phone POplar 2-2350 Michigan State's Kevan Gosper. Big Ten 440 and 600 yard run champion, is a featured lecturer with the Student Speaker's Bureau His subject is his nn.Mve Australia. PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET • Fresh Fruit & Produce • Fresh Dressed Poultry > The Finest in Beef, Veal, Lamb & Pork Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In i De We Come In 1044 Chick Brfnq out-Hie smile$...Brinq W %J vw? /# jffmwgfc^vfo-yyg'if " s '}w&$jgi%&&$ t $& *.*^ / YOU'LL LOVE ITS OLD-TIME BEER GOODNESS! If you reel// f/(;e beer, taste the "old time beer goodness" of G. B. and judge for yourself. Old world brewing's our secre!...a secret that's be^n handed down father to son in ihe Griesedieck family for almost 2CQ years. And even though we have one of the world's most modern breweries..-we cling to old world brewing because we've found that's Ihe only way lo make beer taste the way it should taste. Drink a G. B. and see if (hat old time goodness doesn't bring a smile lo your lips. HAVE YOU TRIED 0. I. LATELY? IT SURE TASTES WONDERFUL! EER Tkree Porker Spring Teams See Action In Busy Weekend FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas' spring sports are off to a flying start — perhaps a carryover from a successful football and basketball campaign — with five wins in the first seven contests. The unusually strong early showing has set the stage for a major weekend on the spring calendar starting today. The weekend will see track, baseball and golf activity—nil on home soil — ami ayulnst celeljvtued foes. Though pushed In importance, by ft winning baseball team, the big news for the weekend will be the Sixth Annual Arkansas Relays. Entered In an outstanding college field are Kansas University, Kansas State Teachers of Emporia, Kansas State Teachers of PlttsbwK, the University of Tulsa mid tiio host Razorbacks. The five guarantee a tremendous coUege division in nearly every event with records expected to fall in n' least five or six categories. Little Rock and Port Smith high schools will compete for the first time with the Class A schools in Hie high school division while Class B schools remain separate. New marks arc expected here too In the shot put, discus, pole vault and perhaps several relay events. Host Hiisclall CliamiM Wliile some 350 to 400 athletes are competing in the Relays, Coach Bill Ferrell's slugging Ra- Connie Mack Stadium Colorful After New Spring Cleaning Job PHILADELPHIA WP) — Connie Mack Stadium has a new look that makes it one of the major leagues' most colorful bull parks . President Bob Carpenter of the hilacielphia Phillies lias spent $100,000 In renovating the formerly drab stadium which he purchased from Arnold Johnson after ohnson moved the Philadelphia Athletics to Kansas City, The improvements start right at each entrance portal, replacing the dreary and dirty green of last year. Refreshment stands won't be hard to find. They're been painted in four foot stripes of green, yellow and gray. The Incites should ling the park more pleasing. In addition to '.ewly defined and lighted rest rooms, the grandstand has been painted In ear' ling shades of pink and red, For the benefit of sports writers and the fans there is an Improved public address setup. The players benefit too. -Both locker rooms have been cleaned find repainted and there is a new, modern trainer's room. Carpenter even provided for those days when the Phils nrcnt doing so well and the fans are in a hurry to leave. He's added more exits. zorbacks play host to the defending national collegiate baseball champions — the University of Missouri, After two early season \vins, over Bucna Vista and-Kansas University, the. Povkers are anxious to try their Improved lineup against the Tigers. Ferrell is expected to start the Friday game \vith southpaw Charlie Began, al- rcudy the winner of two games against no losses, then come back with righthander Tom Cusack on Saturday, Goiters Meet Nebraska After two straight wins, -2 over TCU and 5 1 ,* to & over Missouri, the Razorbacks golfers lost to Texas at Austin-, 5-1 on Monday. They The leading racing stable at Monmouth Park in 1954 wus Darby Dan Farm with purse winnings of $65,650. Darby Dan Farm Is'owned by John W. Galbreath, part owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Exclusively at Kelley's A Jarrnan LEI5UAL Style Black and White and RIGHT as TOMORROW The footwear style compass points lo black-and-white as "miglily right" for summer. Anil in this good looking sniunlh liMtlinr— brushed luick Jarmari combination you'll nol only bo right in style, but two fttd deep in comfurl as well. Conic try un a pair and see what we mean. YOU* FKifNDtr SHOI sroiti James Mizell and Bob Logan Announce the Grand Opening Of Their Beautiful New TEXACO SERVICE STATION Ash & Division Street SATURDAY-MAY 7 Valuable Prizes: Fire Chief Hats and Lollipops for Children Phone .'j-8833 - James Mizell, Mgr. Mizell & Logan Service Station CAMERA CENTER • Flash Bulbs • Color Film • Polaroid Film • Movie Film • We have Cameras and Projector* for rent. BARNEY'S DRUG STORE go back out of the conference for a Thursday match against Nebra*ka here and hope to extend their surprisingly good showing. The tennis team took only t«o games to get on the winning sidt of the ledger in beating SW Ml»- sourl SUite, 4-3, after an early 8-1 loss to Missouri. Red Davis 1 neV* men are,now Idle until after th» Easter holidays—April 18 against Tulsa. As for the spring holiday wMk starting this Saturday at noon, only the baseball team will be actlvi. Ferrell's cve\v heads lor an ed road trip, meeting TulM and Kansas twice next wwk. 2006 W. Main Ph. 3-3647 AND COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC PUSH BUTTONS HMMllO \1n AU Ask to see it at your Dealers Bill's Refrigeration Service 2337 Birch St. Phon. PO 3-6986 IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNT!', ARKANSAS DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. IB. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, FLAINTIFT NO. ]2.c8l) CERTAIN LANDS AND CLARA CROOME, ct al, DEPENDANT* NOTICE OF SALE FOR. DELINQUENT TAX ASSESSMENT! Notice is hereby given that the undersigned as Commissioner o* the Chancery Court for thti Chickusawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, will on the 20th day of April, 11)55, at the South Door al the Courthouse In Blythevtllc, Arkansas, within the legal hours for Judicial sales, offer for sale, at public outcry, to the highest and best bidder for cunh, the following described lots, blocks'and parcels of land situated In Drainage District No. 16, Mississippi County, Arkansas, and within said Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wlt: RURAL Assumed Niiine Parts of Section* Clara Croome .. N 2!A Ac. W',i E(4 NW NW Ernestine Francway Lot 1 !£'/•> NW Nffi Ltumv E. Allen . N 40 ft. S 160 ft. Lot 17, E'A NW NE W. M. Roberts . N 60 ft. Lot 111 E'/a NW NE James Raleigh Aclkcrson John Causey . Paul and Luclle Wilson Sec Twp Ranf e Aorei 195J 1BS4 14 ID 9 314 1.71 n is .86 , .78 17 15 Lot 10 E',i NW NE 17 IB 8 Lot 20 E'/i NW NE '17 16 8 ... IE -10 ft Lol. 3 SW NE • Irregular Lots 17 15 8 T O W N O !•' MANILA IKKIiflULAR LOTS Sec Twp Rivnge Mary Jo HllUon E 116 ft. W 300 ft. NIS NE 30 16 8 Herman Singleton .. W B5B ft. E 352 ft. and Jackie Jcnn Pierce .. Lot <)A NE NE 30 15 8 I". C. McKemlo Lot 2B NW NE 31 16 I) P. C. McKemlc . E 60 ft. Lot 8A NW NW 31 15 9 T OWN OF MANILA HENRY ASHABHANNER ADDITION Lot Block Clmrlos Stroucl W 60 (I. 14-16-10 A ORIGINAL SUItViitf Lulcr Rlley , 8 1 Maggie Billings 28 3 Marion Bishop 188A and 100A M M. 0. Robertson 228 17 PARKVIEW ADDITION Louise Ashubrnnnor W 20 ft. 7 and 8 9 Louise Ashabntnner ,. 9 5 Louise Ashabranner 10 5 80UTHSIDE SUBDIVISION Olan Sales 22 A T. R. Short 8 B WEST END ADDITION Chas. E. Crow 8 Chan. E, Crow .'• 4 Merlin Gilbert 6A Delia McGraw SC J. W. Dunn 8 WILI.IFORD-OARRISON ADDITION Coi'u Nevlns . .' 1 1 TOWN OF L E A C II V I L L E Lot Block HAYES ADDITION B. L. and Sarah L. Roberta E '/, E. L. Stocklnger Victoria Justus E. L. Stocklnrfcr Elmer Smiley . O. J. Ileutcr N 100 ft. W 50 ft. 10 1 4 O. J. HKUTEIl ADDITION W 45 ft. HOOKIilt ADDITION .75 .33 .11 .10 .60 .15 .76 .64 .75 .75 .76 .78 .76 .76 .75 .35 .75 .76 .75 .10 .25 .10 .16 .76 ,76 .60 .76 .76 .76 .75 .74 .M .19 .25 .75 .75 .14 Unknown 12 1.11 1.11 MATTHEWS FIRST ADDITION E. D. Jones ; • 10 3 -7§ MA1TIIKWS SECOND ADDITION O. L. Bogart 8 3 M O. L. Bogart 8A 3 .19 MATTHEWS THIRD ADDITION Howard and Martha Sclby •.. * 1 -7' •" NELSON SECOND ADDITION Ott Myracle 1 and 2 H 1.50 June Ola Staudunmayer E 60 It. S I .60 SMITH ADDITION J. W. Buck 8 Q .79 J. W. Buck 0 Q •"> STAIJDENMAYER ADDITION Ruby Buckner 8 A .75 B. and Ruth Flannlgan S 33 ft. 9 A .25 Said sale In made for the purpose of enforcing the Decree rendered by said Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mlssii- slppi County, Arkansas, on February 28, 1955, In above Cause No. 12,880, In which Drainage District No. 10 was plaintiff and Certain Lands and Clara Croome, et al, were defendants for the enforcement and collection of assessments for the years 1053 and 11154, together with the interests, penalties, costs and attorney's fees, plus assessment! being placed opposite each tract ot land. SEAL WITNESS, my hand as such Commissioner this 30th day of March, 1655. OERALDINE LISTON, Commissioner. Oscar Fcndler, Attorney (or Drainage District No. IB. New Location of WHITLEY OFFICE SUPPLY 106 S. FIFTH - PH. 3-8802 ROYAL TYPEWRITER SALES and SERVICE

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