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PAGE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 14,1956 Roberts Misses N o Hitter Giants Held Hitless For 8 1 /3 Innings; Yanks Batter Nats By ED W1LKS The Associated Press *^ It couldn't have been a worse day for pitchers if the hitters had ordered it special. But Rob Roberts and Whitcy Ford shrugged off the weather like a pair of guys working for the Florida Chamber of Commerce. In Philadelphia It was dreary and rainy, yet Roberts kept the world champion New York Giants hitless for 8 1-3 Innings yesterday before getting tagged for three hits and two runs. The Phils' right-handed ace still claimed a 4-2 victory, however, in the National League opener for both clubs. And In New York, with temperatures in the 40s and wind lashing a. steady mist, Ford allowed Wash-, ington Just two singles as the Yankees brawled Into the American League season with a 18-1 rout of the Senators. Despite the numbing cold, the young lefty went nine innings for the first time this spring. Miserable Wealher The weather was pretty miserable everywhere on a lean base- Chicks Off For ASC Track Meet Blyl'^lMe Fl-*h School trackmen, with ff? iSfr or three outdoor practices In the past two weeks, left at noon today for the huge Arkansas State College track and field meet. Approximately 25 schools from Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri are ilated to run on the rain-soaked' track at the college. Missouri schools, particularly defending [champions from' Carruth, Charleston and Caruthersville, .are feast In .the favorites role for the me«t. ,. • In addition to. Blytheville, other Mississippi County entries Include Manila, Wilson, Osceola and Kel- aer. Preliminaries were to get under way at 3 p.m., with field event finals scheduled for the afternoon session. Other finals will be run off tonight beginning at 7 o'clock. Coaches Russell Mosley and Bill Etancll are taking their full squad to the meet, but only ie of the boys will participate. ball day. The smallest opening day crowd In a quarter of a century at Ebbets Field—0.999—shivered while Brooklyn and Curl Ersklnc bent Pittsburgh 7-1 in the only other National Leagu* game scheduled. In the American, Detroit's Tigers forgot about welcoming Kansas City into the league graciously und clubbed the Athletics 10-2. Rain postponed the Boston at Baltimore game. What happened at Connie Mack Stadium was just another chapter In Roberts' frustrating chase of a no-hitter. He's been thwarted In fantastic fashion thus far. At Cincinnati last May 13, for Instance, he was greeted by a leadoff home run by Bobby Adams — then retired the next 27 men he faced lo win 8-1. Only 2nd One Hit Job Although Roberts' mastery has Riven him five straight seasons of 20 or more victories, that was only his second one-hit performance. The other came lust April 20, when ho held Milwaukee to n third-Inn- In double by Del Crandall to win 4-0. Alvln Dark faced Roberts yesterday with one out and a man on by error In the ninth. Robin wns ahead of the hitler with 0-2 count when the Giants' captain singled on' an errant curve. Before the side was out, Monte Irvln doubled both runners home and Hank Thompson scratched a single. Ford had a more relaxed afternoon than did Roberts and found time to drive In four runs on three singles. Washington's two singles were by Roy Slcvers In the fourth nnrt Pete Runnells'ln the fifth. Ford walked five but fanned eight. He would have had a shutout except for a balk when he slipped, from Ihe mound In the sixth with « runner on third. The Yonks teed off on starter Maury McDermoU and three rookies for their most potent attack since beating Washington 2J-1 Aug. U, 1853. Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra and Bill Skowron homered in Uhe • 16-hlt romp. Brooklyn's victory waa in doubt until the seventh when a five-run mlly broke a 1-1 tie. Junior Oil- IN THE THICK—Family blood goes off the boards when the Cook brothers ride against cnch other, as W. M., lelt, and U. u. Cook, right, are doing in this race at Gulfstream Park, mount, Gainshoro, won this race while his brother, Alternative, wi"; out of the money. L. C's astride 'Bay Window' Loop Play to Start in May The Y Men's Softball League, better known as the "Bay Window League", organized with six teams at a City Hall meeting last night. Play for Ihc paunchy set, who The lights are t,a be put up at the this yeur will conpcnlrate on poiuultnK slow-bull pitching as limited by rules Is scheduled to begin the first week in May. The league, still hoping to build a lighted diamond in the near future, plans to construct a park on city owned property on Missouri Street near Walker Park. Efforts arc being made, with considerable BUCCC5S so far, to raise money for lights. League officials said today $700 had been pledged toward financing (he project. Itnm led H off with a homer and Curl Furlllo cappcd.it with a three- run blast. Max Surkont wtis the loser while Ersklne won his first opening decision in four tries, Detroit smacked the A'« for four runs off loser Arnier Portocnrrero In the third and five off Ed Burl- achy In the sixth. Harvey Kuenn homered and doubled for the UK prs, who wont all the way behlnc Sieve Oromflk as the veteran rlghl •bunder scattered eight hits. field to be constructed on Missouri Street, where the league will play its games. Plans now call for continued" twilight play until lights are installed. Each team will play once a week, probably Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with Thursday and Friday set aside for makeup games. Five of the teams in the league tills year were members last senson, though sponsors may change. Central Metal Products Company Is the only newcomer in the field. Other teams Include last .year's winner, The Bay Window Bombers (Meharg), Courier News Dirty Sox, Ark-Mo Power Company, Bell Telephone, and the Independents, last year sponsored by General Motors Acceptance Corp. S ports Roundup bu Ualbo Cockell Compared to Farr NEW YORK (AP) — While taking sightings on round Don Cockell and listening to by slanders predict dire things for him when he fights Kocky Marciano in San Francisco nex month, we suddenly experienced a strange feeling that all this had happened before. Ji wasn't In a dream either. Back in 1B37 they brought over another British carnival attraction named Tommy Fsrr as a sort of sacrificial offering to young Joe Louis, the killer. If you think the promoters are being given a going- over for importing the tubby bat tier from BaUersea, you Just should have heard what the perts said when they saw the corrugated ears on Farr. They said he patently was H bum who would be lucky to go ifve with the champion. This mode Farr sore tmd he was a hard man to get along with While he trained, largely in solitude, down on the New Jersey coast. Fights (or Title As the time neared for the execution, the odds went to 3-1 that Louis would win by a kayo. We still recall happily that we grabbed some of that. The only excuse was that we had seen Farr fight a couple of times in London and knew he was a pretty good man. Luckily, we had not seen Louis up to that time and so didn't scare easily. Well, you can look it up. For 15 bruising rounds Louis was given all the right he could handle. The champion never looked like stopping the game Welshman, who moved in on him as though he owned him round after round. Joe was forced to put out everything he had to save his title. The Southern Conference tennis tournament will be held May 5-7 at Davidson, N. C. For Expert Plumbing Repair PH. 3-6175 Wt repair • Leaky Faucets •' Running Closets • Burst Pipes • Water Pumps Charles J. Duncan Mailer Plumber FUmblnr A Heatlnff lowest price ever! a fully automatic MAYTAG only229 95 See the Thrifty Maytag Fills, rinses, spins, shuts off automatically! Wnter Level Control. Takes full loads. So easy (o buy on the easiest payment plan in town! ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. Oldtst Appliance Dealer in Mississippi County J. W. Adams, Owner 206-08 W. MAIN PHONE 2-2071 Manila Starts 4th Unbeaten Season MANILA — Coach Deward Dop- Aon distributed suits to wventecn baseball players Tuesday afternoon. Receiving inlts were Jerry Carey, Bobby Davis, Harold Gordon, James Harris Tommy Hatcher, Klbel Holt, Cl*o Jolllft, Donald Massey, Carol Morris, Nenl Wayne Oatea, LlnitB Roach, Jimmy Scott, Wayne Shedd, Vnnce Waddcll, Dean Wagner, Larry Flagfr, and Jerry Flagg. They open the season Friday when they meet LeachvlHe here. Baseball Standings 'By THE ASSOCIATI-T PRFSS AMERICAN LEAGUE v W L Pet. Behind 1 0 1-000 0 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .500 .500 .000 Boston New York. ....... Cleveland ....... 1 Washington ..... 1 Kansas City ..... 1 Detroit .......... 1 Chicago ......... 0 Baltimore ....... 0 ..Thursday's Schedule Kansas City at Chicago — Shantz (1-0) or Ditmar (6-12) Vs Consuegra (16-3) Cleveland at Detroit— Garcia (198) Vs Hoeft (7-15) Baltimore at Washington— Rogo- vln (.0-0) V? Schmltz (11-8) New York at Bostin — Orim (20-6) Vs Nliton (11-12) Wednesday's Results New York 19, Washington 1 Detroit 10, Kansas City 2 B Boston at altlmore postponed rain Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. Behind Chicago 2 0 1.000. Milwaukee 1 0 1.000 % Brooklyn 1 0 1.000 '/a Philadelphia .... 1 0 1.000 '/i Pittsburgh 01 .000 Hi New York 0 1 .000 I'A St. Louis 0 1 .000 I'/, Cincinnati 0 3 .000 2 Thursday's Schedule Brooklyn at New York — Newcombe (9-8) Vs Maglle (14-8) Philadelphia at Pittsburgh— Wchmeicr (10-11) Vs Llttleflcld (10 Chicago at Cincinnati—Rush (1315) Vs Valentine (12-11) Milwaukee at St. Louis—Conley (14-9) Vs Haddlx (18-13) or holsky (5-1) holsky (5-7) Wednesday's Results Philadelphia 4, New York 1 Brooklyn 6, Pittsburgh 1 Only games scheduled Po- 0/son Batters Maxim In 10 Round Decision; Bout wif/i Moore Seen damaging body «ttack and switch- Ing to a savage overhand right to the head, floored Joey Maxim twice and was all over him from the opening bell last night as he won a unanimous 10-round decision at the Cow Palace. Olson was a 3-1 favorite In the nontltle bout. He weighed 169 pounds, nine above his normal flg- The Hawaiian-born middleweight j urCi but looked faster and hit hard- ily CHRIS EDMONDS SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The "new" Bobo Olson, who picked up a crushing right- hand punch with nine pounds extra weight, is ready for a crack at the light heavyweight championship of the world. king, departing from his SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION 4 W L Pet. OB Atlanta 3 1 .750 — Nashville 3 1 .760 Memphis 3 1 .667 New Orleans 1 1 .500 Mobile 1 1 .500 Little Rock 1 J .333 Birmingham 1 2 .333 Chattanooga 1 4 .JOO Yesterday's Results Chattanooga at Atlanta, rain Little Rock 4, Memphis 1 Nashville 11, Birmingham 9 New Orleans at Mobile, wet grounds. Games Today Chattanooga at Atlanta, night Little Rock at Memphis, night Birmingham at Nashville, night New Orleans at Mobile, night usual er than In any of his previous.20- straight triumphs. Only In the first round, when ht concentrated TEXAS LEAGUE Houston 10, Dallas 2 San Antonio 8, Fort Worth 4 Other games postponed Fights Last Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Francisco — Bobo Olson 169, San Francisco, outpointed Joey Maxim, 175, Cleveland, 10 Spokane — Bobby Woods, 13TA, Spokane, outpointed Carlos Chavez, 138, Los Angeles, 10. Tokyo — Speedy Akira, 108% Tokyo, outpointed , Takeshi Yama- gulchl, 110'/ 2 , Tokyo, 10 (for Japanese flyweight title). Scooter Working Hard; Sees Two More Years NEW YORK (AP) — When the 1954 baseball season ended, Phil Rizzuto was written off as "all washed up." But when the season got off to Its delayed start yesterday at Yankee Stadium, there waa little PhtL playing shortstop. I thought they'd trade me during the winter," he said In the Yankee Clubhouse. "I dldn'^ want to go but I w aft tfraid my /I Phil Rluute number wa* up." "D u r t nf the winter I exercised with hand ' grips and swung ••a weighted bat to , get ready to light Tor my Job. "It's up to me glasses late la*t September couldn't save himself (rom how long I can stay In there. I leel good and see no reason why 1 shouldn't be able to go on lor a couple more years. Rizzuto, now 36, started to wear but .196 llnlsh, lowest average oJ his career. He has been wearing specs, off and on, during the exhibitions. "The Scoreboard hM been a little haiy to me for aome time but I can »ee perfect up clo««. "All I need 1« E few ba« hit! to get mj confidence back. I lost It completely last year. Maybe the glawei will do the trick. Eddie Joo»t and Dom Dlmagglo did pretty good m'lth them for years." ^x^" "*- ^ Scored oactUi cutct The superior uniform quality of Early Times lias made this line whisky (he choice of whisky fans everywhere. What's more, it's Hie favorile straight bour- hon in Kentucky, the bourbon capital of the world. .KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOUB80H W.HISKT • 18 PROOF (MtU TIMES DISTIUERY COMPANY, tOUISVIUF. 1, KENTUCKY on the body and beat Maxim's torso bright red, did he stick to his normal fighting pattern. In the second round Maxim, who weighed 175, went down for an eight-count from two smashing rights to the head. In the ninth, Olson repeated the right and caught the tottering former light heavyweight champion with a left to the Jaw u he fell. This time Maxim was up at six. • "I was surprised when I knocked him down," Olson told reporters. "I was so excited after I knooked him down til* first time I didn't know what punches I threw tilt rest of the round." Maxim, d«ked only four times previously in his career covering more than 100 fights, said he was surprised toe at Olson's hard' punching. The 'chances of title fight with light heary champion Archie Moore are good, according to Sid Flaherty, the middleweight king's manager. "There's nothing definite on It yet. of course," he said, "but we'll have » few talks about It very shortly." Visiting Around'Arkansas B Y J O E MARSH Hot Springs,.jewel of Garland County, is probably the most talked about place in Arkansas. Still "Bathing the World"... And speaking of enjoyment, both the present day and early Americans have enjoyed the fine beer and ale made by the American brewing industry. And today, through its self regulation program, the industry is bringing the public finer products in clean and wholesome cafes, taverns, and food markets. More than a half.million visitors come to Hot Springs annu- ally.either to regain their health, or to take advantage of the many recreational facilities — golfing, .fishing, swimming, boating and riding. Hot Springs is unique all right — even when DeSoto discovered the Indians' "Valley of Vapors" •a it wai known back in 1641. Capyril/hl, IfSI, United State* Breu'en Fttundatiot IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 16, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, PLAINTIFF NO. 13,1.89 CERTAIN LANDS AND CLARA CROOME, et al, DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SALE FOR DELINQUENT TAX ASSESSMENTS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned as Commissioner of the Chancery Court (or the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, will on the 20th day of April, 1055, at the South Door of the Courthouse In Blytheville, Arkansas, within the legal hours for judicial sales, offer for sale, at public outcry, to the nlghest and best bidder for cash, 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, Ar- kansaa, to-wit: RURAL AliHrned Nam* Parta of Section* Clara Croom* .. N 2V, Ac. E!4 NW NW Sec Twp Range Acrea 1953 1954 3i4 14 15 .15 Ernestine Trancway Lot 1 E'/i NW NE Laura I. Allen . N 40 ft, 8 190 ft. Lot 17, E'/ 2 NW NE IT 15 W. M. Roberta . N 50 ft. Lot 18 E'A NW NE 17 15 James Raleigh Adkerson Lot 19 E% NW NE 17 15 John Causey . . Lot 20 EVi NW NE 17 15 Paul and Luclle E 40 ft Lot 3 SW Wilson NE - Irregular Lots ,17 15 8 .33 TOWN OF MANILA IRREGULAR LOTS Sen Twp Range Mary Jo Button E 85 ft. W 309 ft. NE NE 36 15 8 .15 Herman Singleton . W 858 ft. E 352.fi. and Jackie Jean Pierce .. Lot 6A NE NE 36 15 8 F. C. McKemie Lot 2B NW NE 31 15 9 F. C. McKemie . E 50 ft. Lot 3A NW NW 31 15 9 .10 TOWN OF MANILA HENRY ASHABRANNER ADDITION Lot Block Charles Stroud W 50 ft. 14-15-16 A .60 ORIGINAL SURVEY Luler Rlley .. 8 1 .75 Maggie Billings 28 3 .75 Marlon Bishop 189A and 190A 14 .54 M. O. Robertson .. 228 17 .75 PARKVIEW ADDITION Louise Ashabriuner ....." W 20 ft. 7 and 8 5 Louise Ashabr?nncr 9 5 Louise Ashabrunner 10 5 SOUTHSIDE SUBDIVISION Olan Sales 22 A T. R Short .. . . 8 B .75 WEST END ADDITION Chas. E. Crow ....... 3 .75 Chas. E. Crow 4 .75 Merlin Gilbert 5A .75 Delia McGraw 5C .75 J. W. Dunn 6 .75 WILUFORD-GARRISON ADDITION Cora Nevlns . . 11 TOWN OF L E A C HV IL L E Lot Block HAYES ADDITION and Sarah L. Roberts E " 2 1.78 .15 .26 .16 .7! .11 .10 .25 .15 75 .75 .50 .75 .75 .75 .75 .75 B. L. E. L. Stocklng<>r . Victoria Justus E. L. Stocltinier Elmer Smiley .. 0. J. Heuter N 100 ft. W 50 ft 10 1 4 J. HEUTER ADDITION W <-| It HOOKER ADDITION 0. L, Bogart 0. L. Bogart MATTHEWS FIRST ADDITION 10 MATTHEWS SECOND ADDITION. 8A 25 49 25 .75 .75 .19 .19 .15 .75 .75 75 1.50 uO MATTHEWS THIRD ADDITION Howard and Martha Selby . . 41 NELSON SECOND ADDITION Ott Myracle l and 2 M June Ola Staudenmayer E 60 ft. 6 I SMITH ADDITION J. W. Buck s O J. W. Buck 9 Q STAUDENMAYER ADDITION Ruby Buckner e ^ 75 B. and Ruth Flannlgan S 33 ft. 9 A 25 Said sale :.• made for the purpose of enforcing the Decree rendered by said Chancery Court for the Chlckosawba District of Mls--is. slppl County, Arkansas, on February 2B, 1955, In ,ioove Cause No 12,889, In which Drainage District No. 16 was plaintiff and Certain Lands and Clara Croome, el al, were defendants (or the enforcement and collection ol ussfsfments for the years 1953 and 1954 together with the interests, penalties, costs and attorncy'a fees, plus assessments being placed opposite each tract of land. SEAL WITNESS my nand as such Commissioner thin 30th day ol March, 1955. „ ., OERALDINE LISTON. Commissioner. Oscar Fendler, Attorney for Drainage DUIrlct No, 16. 1/11-4/7-14

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