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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 29, 1947
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TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1947 Purse For Armed, Assault Propose Match Race For $100,000; May include Stymie JJLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Easy Does It ihe Hard Way PAGE 8EVEK By Uniled I'ress Sporls Writer CHICAGO. July 29. <U1'> — A match race for S100.000 between Armed and Assault was in the making today for Washington'-i race track, ami Stymie, the turf's lending all-time money u inner, ap- «»aromly also was eligible if his P»wner, Hirsch Jacobs, cares to enter him in the .special stake. Benjamin ]'. Lindheimc-r. I'rer. 1 - tient or Washington and Arlington tracks, announced the invitation io Armed and Assault, but he tailed to mention Stymie, victor over Assault in the 5100.000 Empire Ci'y Gold Cup Race a week ago. Earlier rail bird talk had been about a race be'.ween the top three money winners, but Jacobs announced last week he was not interested in the contest and it wr.-. questionable-wheLhor even a $11)0,0% prize would induce him to ni:v his six-year-old .star. Undheimer said that Warren Wright, owner of Calumet i-artti and Armed, had accepted the match race bid. Max Hirseh, trainer of Assault for Robert J. Rich-erg's King Ranch, also conferred with Lindhcimer, and i ,.,,,„. ... ,, reportedly was to decide this week ! ; W< " V1<1 s ? nes , or Ilusl ~ « "" if Assault was in condition for a I P'' ooks wl ". , Uvo , or lnrce "• wl " clash will, Armed. If ..he Texas! 1 ? l1 "' World Series ku- then, and runner is ready mrsc-h said. IK- ! th . c . araso " Wl11 I)D a 1)ust (or tho would recommend acceptance of llr- i Cards. - - The Dodger.-;, who ran their win- challenge ti. Kleb?iL.. No dale was set for the race but Umlhcimer said both horses would carry IJO ynunds for a mil- ana n quartnr. Tiip race would be help sometime during trie Washington Park 3G-day season which began yesterday and which will end on Labor- Day. The winnrr would receive the full S'iOO.OOn purse. nations — "if the Dot!;;ers play only n iltle better than ,500 ball they're In:" "now, the Cards "re a KteuL September team and caa catch up with one hot streak"-but the pencils will lie forgotten toniyht as the two teams use ;i bat and a ball to decide the Issue. , St. Louis has won einht of ilv 12 gumcs played against lirojlc'v.-i ning .stream to 10 in a row by defeating the Chicago Cnlis yesterday. 4 tn 0. lead by seven games, and St.- Louis desperately needs a sweep to get back within s'nkinx distance, for there are only 58 i this year, anu swept a four-pame games left on the Brook schedule. ' series during the Dodders' las" - - | visit. Bui the Dodgers opened a; winning standings. | E >'°') S '» CI >' S p> " k "» l »at trip; to Stymie has won $G7«.r>io to hold ; '"° Pitting Assault and Armed would first place; assault, si ronil with ! !" s . bring together the .second and 1 $1)23.310 while Armed was thi-.-.l j , t "^| third horses in (he all-time money I with 5508.755. ' «0'«c in under the °' ,' C , N ! ltlona Lfa " 947 slrL ;? k - ?"' """• to etjuanxe their ra'j Pclo Rpisr-r attempts to break it up, but shortstop Slais Marion of the CanlinMs leaps clr-ai' ot Urools- ^ lyn s star s ruise(j foot and (Ij-mg .spikes U> ride tho ijall to Stan Musial for a tluublo play. Dodgers Start Decisive Series Of Three Games With Cardinals By COHNEI.HJS HYAN i and a 10-Kame lead with 55 names . (I/ailed Pi-is.-, Sjiorls Writer) j tn BO would be a hi&ih barrier for NEW YORK. July 29. HIP) — j the Kedbirds to scale. Brooklyn movW into Si. i.oujs to- j There has been peiii-il work a- day to start a three-game series i plenty this week us the rabid lans tonight that probably means 1 of both (earns flume the coinlii- r Promises Snow, Too, tor Arizona And Within Next 70 Days (UP 1'liOKMIX, Arl/.., July 20. — An official of (he Kanu ciiinx Company mid toda I'-lm-mial production of rai and snow for Arizona would b statt-jd within 10 days. C. S. Barnes, sncretail an'l gei cral manager of the company said machinery developed by hii is Iji-ini; installed in airplane and will be used ii>. a full ral and snow lest tn-er ihe liradsh-a mountains and Hard Rnm-h JUKI Pri'scoU. Arii:. The process, .similar to thai developed and tested by the Gel ei-ijl Electric Coni])any, entails 11 use of drv ice dropped into cut: ulu:i clouds. BASEBALL STANDINGS SOC'liiKKN UAGUK W. >cl>!le •fe-w Orleans ,fcm-;)his 'OH L. 40 6(1 M 54 4(5 119 Pet .oro .5U» .fin .t.05 .4!>l ,4F!i Hunters Can Start Oiling Guns; Large Duck Crop Anticipated NATIONAL 3rooklj'n St. Louis .. ^pw York Joston . Cincinnati LEAtitTK W. I* «• SB 6! -17 -Ill . . UH AMKItlCAN N'cw YM-'A Uoslnn Uetrujt Philadelphi Jlevelnnil W. c,4 (0 41) 47 -if) 47 Pot. ,534 .63 1 .-ITS Pt't. .00 ( Ti"5 fit ,6')0 .'171 .401 '.. f.-MK y> fa .31)1 Yesterday's Results SCniTlintN 'l.RACIIlfi • ^jbile (i. Mi'inphis 4 OS iiinlnf'.s ffJew Orleans 5, Utt'o Hock -I. Aljanla u, Nashville B. iliriuln^hain G. Chatlanooiin 5. NATIONAL LEAtiVK lirooklyn -I. frlil-ago n, St. Lvuis «. Hesloil 7. C;in:-inii;>'i Only umiic IJ5AOOT Detroit 1. , Chii'afo 3. New York Plillndcli lii O.ih- i::ia::-! • Permanenl Position • Good Working CondHions • Top Wages to Qualified Man Contact CRANE-LANEY LUHBER CO. Osceola,Ark. Harry Taylor was expected to pi'ch for Brooklyn PIH! Mnrry DU-KSOM for Si. Loui.s. Joe Hattcn pitched the Doilae,-.-. to their victory yesterday. mi>nv- iny three hits as he tamed th;? ! Cubs for the sixth lime thi.s year John Echtnitz matched htm for eU;ht innings, but cracked hi tin. 1 ninth as Hrooklyn ytil four i-'.m-:, IL wa.s Brooklyn's 10th straight win (over the cubs dmmg the se.v>v'3i. C'artls Kclge liostoii. 8-7 The Cardinals kept pace wit.n an 8 to 7 victm-y over the B'j'v. ,»:i Braves, achieved v, ith two o:it in the ninth. A walk a single aiul a r i- otiler walk loaded the bases pinch-hitter Joe Oaragiola sin^lod the run home. St. Louis too!', au early 4 to 0 lead, but a six-ruo inJ- ly in the fourth innings ten b/ cwr." run homers by Tom Holmes and Earl Torgeson. nut Boslon am-nd Baston got another run antl :in n the Cards' Del Hice tied 11 .:i :.he ! eighth with a three-run I; Jim-.- Jolmny Vaiidenneer of Cinc'iv- nati shut out the Giants, 5 ;u ?. j for iiis first victory in a month. Hij allowed six hits in snapping liu> I New Yorkers' IS-game skein in j which they had hit homers. Mon jn Cooper was the loser. I Other Natiom] League clubs wcv idle, as were Cleveland. Boston. St Louis and Washington in the American League. I The Yankees increased their mar| sin to 10 games as Vic Haschl oi;l- pi'.ched Hal Newhotiscr to give tlie New York ;cam a .5 tn I victory over Detroit. Both hurlcrs allowed Youth Killed, Brother Injured in Plane Crash SPRING-DALE, Ark., July 29. (UP> --'Fur.cral services are beinir planned here today for Harold England, S2-y.-;:ir-oid Springdale resident who was killed in the crash of a small plane near here yf.sto.rdny. His brother, 26-year-old Ray Knglaiul. seriously injured in the same crash, mis injuries made necessary Hie removal of both feet in a Payetteville hospital. Jess c. Webb, who removed the brothers from the wreckage, snld the plane wont into a long steep dive before striking the ground He said Riy. who piloted the cruft, told him tho controls jani- Fo^y's Games SOUT1IKKN IJ?AOCE Ninhl ^Limcs: Mobile at Memphis. tNashville at Atlanlu. Chattanooga at iliirmliiirhnni. Kew Orleans at IJItle Itock. NATIONAIj I,K*OUE 'Phl'iKlelj.din at Ulilcuyo. 'Brooklyn at St. Louis, night. rioslon at I'Hls'.surnh, night. New York at CincfnniUI. niyhl. A3IEIIICAN UvAOUK Clexx'lund jit lloston. E'.. Louis HI Washington, Chicago at Philadelphia, Only uarnes .'iehcdnled. night. hunters c:in .s'.urt now oiling u;il their i;uns. This year's ' seiiiiim 1 shoi'.d ijivc them rome in 1 I lie Int.-1 huntlnx in rivenl years. Aiuliorit.v tor this inlnnnalion is UrrfW. Carf.Vriuht, Clitei .N'nln- ralisl for Ducks l"n!iirited. a nonprofit, noti-pnliflc-il (irKaini 1 , »ti;>n of rci'son'allontsi.s and siioi(siii<-:i. CAirtv.-riRhl and ' his aNslsianls have Ju.-it linlshed an eslt'iialvir survey ol Canadian dueU iu-eerl- ins; (;r(umd'>. 't'he;. 1 Ir.ivellcd ty ulr. bo^t, nt'itonioblle. and. Nvlirii iKiili- ini; else would Kel tin in into Ihe ovcedim: ^loiuuit-, by loot. They rovcrecj. In all, l.l-.oiuuiids of nil'cs of wuterfuwl breeding aL-rfajics in Aliicrtti. Saskulcheunn and Mani- loi>a, in C'uir.ula, when 1 most of the d)U-ks lly for annual nesting. On (lie biV.ix of Ill's, Carlwriuht ):redlets Hint Ihert* Is a line lumt- inx seusun uhf.'ad, lie says n.s •rony. or nioir, du.-ks ii'Uirned to Ihe treV'din'! grounds this yenr, \Vuter condition:; were excellent and Ijfjiiier and belli 1 ]- thnii nver- ayo brnnds can Ijir t'X]ice!ed. ilteciuit hr.nvy rains reniovi'i of itrmiKlits for l.h« PITS nil, (rartwrlBhl fiiiind. Winter es It.'ratcs of duck proepcct* hid Ix-cn > )(tll« pess»mi»Uc but q>| EJUirllon Is changed now ' i BIIKKD1NO INCBfASI-l) •"In Koulhern Alberta ami south, rn Saskatchewan the duel; 'wee<y K.2 pouu'ntlbii Is flreatlv Increi 1 !^ •d o\ p ei' last year," Cartwrigjit :nys. "In central 'Alberta the breed? nx stoc:-, is variable, but a'sout'the ir.nie us lout year, "In sD'ji'Jicrn Manitoba the nujn- :ers cf'those'breeders is low but a the -glance, of ihrr, j;.royjn&e they are alxut llie saine as a'yeaj- ago. The uu-:< iprjjiilation is'tliln the giant wtliabaska Delta to tin north In Atccrta l)ut .natives °ay this Is not unusual for this lime oC year. '••• "The pcpu'atlon of dujks Is noderately doAn in the Central Lakes area. In the region of The Pas in ccnlral ?^anitctei, ivherjv the spring flight wos about , tho Ka:iH- as laf, year, the breeding ]:3|mlatlnn Is down. Whereas birds liavs besn repnt-tcd fewer . iti thi; novl hliiuds a jiotot^lally satl.sfac-t lory iModiictlcn In these areas has been Indicated Vv the heavy ml- I 3 riii-:e Albert area, natcwav to the. I'.arth. Tlien> are more ducks on the pnlrles than ycnr and piusprcts of a heavy duck crop i're ^eod. In fret, asr many or more ducks I han 'ist year have returned to breeding areas." Hunting Jate:; havcn'L licen set yet. Too Late to Classify for Sol* six hits, but Ncwhouser hurt nlm- 1 self with three walks in the sc-• co'.id innini;, which resulted in a run. in the next inning two Dn- tfdil errors am] nils by Tom Hcn- rlcn and jne DiiiiaKfio prod'.uvd two more runs. The Philadelphia Athletic^ Uc feateu the Ch!cai;o white Sox, 5 to :i. . on Hnnk Majcski's two-run fourbaggcr in (he ninth. Ma.|e.5ki needed the homer to square hlm- sel;' with the fans, for his boot of u ground ball in the top of ilv: nlnth^ opened tl;e way for thrci! Oliisox runs and a tic scqre. Bill McCahan allowed only two hits to Cliicnso for eiijhl inntiiKs. but wa.s chased in the ninth r.nd Russ Christo]ihcr wa.s the winner. Yesterdays Stun — John Vandermeer, Cincinnati's double-no-lni man, who ended a personal slump ?itli a .shutout over the slugyl Giants which snapped the New York home run striiiK at 15 games. 1 Oliver -JO iiiiuon ti'-w \ cuHlviilor. |>l»nll^r. 1>UM<T 1-C. AIMS Chlilidfr \vllh »H(I IJUKlvrn, ullHOfit 1H-W. 35 Polruicl Chlnii |)l(!s. I' h 1 row iln<l tllsic lllllvuloi S hici llllVl? tii" "'17 Top quality • Speda! prices THOR A highest quality rire builf especially to match the speed and pov/er of Joday T s modern ears. All the new features a new lire should have. 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Is the only white sniid t!iai roars; lln> red doe.s not. Read Courier Now.s Want Ails. :»: * rrntrlo Bchootirr holier' tviilli'r; 'J rooms. 7. (loora. llciuilHtjl Inside :uu' out. I'prnuincnt bpcls. munnc i,"i r^lL«i\ Hcfrl^crntor. 'i'llo Vllrlici.'ri. I.ftiKt' StlKllo covlclicr,. Kuillin: mix- MjtmijlL-. Hltihwuy 01 Houlli. 'I'rutl- hiK Post '3'rullor S»](-B. K. MiUtllN. Jllyliiovlllc. Ti2Q-['l'.-H!!i \llt>iition soffcnei.s, .intl diw;i and Idr I lirce Hardware Fnrm Owners — pumps, wnlcr water lieaU-rs |>ny oner ;i ycnr yt'iir.s. I'Uinlers Compiiny. 7 2!l cli Help Wanted Two giMid mcchajtit's, omi auln macliinisi, one parly mini, l.ov Kich Ohcvrolol (Jnnr pany. 7 2!l ck S 1 ^Vor^leH (rn Sclii'ilulir iBOSTCN (DPI — Mr.s. Jninn.s WariT-n Hel'er. selected Mn.ssa- cliusetis Stale ^tcthe|• of lfl-17. attributes lier success to her piac- . ice. oi" luklDK IS nilnnte.s tbni! cut every day for ".systematic wony- ' Head Courier News Want Ads. I DO YOU HAVE $5 or $5000? THEN . . . THIS IS FOR YOU! your n!ivii)|{N or invoslmciits to Hlylhcvillc KiMbnil lor "wnnclliinjr licllcr" much butter! Increase lite rule t>r I'lii'iiinttH on your savings; every dollar of your money from $1.00 up dnuvs full cnrnings, rc- Kai'dlcss of'I ho sixu of • account. • ICvcry iicuouiit is insured by an inHlrumonliilily of Ihe U. S. Government up to $5000.00 . BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 124 W. A 5 h St Phope 3545 - $ !*:xyy>'x>:^ :•;>;>;>; >;x:*;>:>:x>;x>;>:;»:>:>!>;>:>ix>!>;>:>;>'^>:>v>;>:>::*:^>v>vXy>;^ Y ou're Intikin^ ut the hriiinnin^ dTn new day in Ilic hisun-y nl (lie iniliimohilc. A new ilny of sitfier-safrljr fnr innlorhts when sled girilers refiner oM-fus/iioaeil Imitv units. ... 'I Mew day of bigger, more eumfurlalile ems, operating mi fur less fasuliur. . Mrs. Ray England. Sr., mother j of the two young men. underwent .serious operation in u I r iiyettc- ville hospitnl yesterday and has lift been told o[ the death and injury of her sons. . . . A new itiiy in trliicli ears ieuit'l ruttle nr si/itc/tlt in iimly in f mine . . . Thin ix irliat yon see in X-niy view In-low — Niisli's sinfilu iinii boily tinil fi c! — Willi «,(){)() welds joining every piece of strilctnrc sleel iti tr pockcl liatlleship" .slrcilfilh , . . engineers prcdicl it's III construction Ihal's biiimd In come smile 'ilcs. flui HUH lini-t- II tmhy in u Nash "rtOO"! ^"on xer it in Nusli "600" mileage of 25 to M miles on a jiiillim . . . 5(10 In C>00 on a tanl\lul r al nnulcnilc lii^lnvay speed! Yon see il ill the roomy size of u Ntish .' T ^ ' Ice! il in Nusli fii'rfitrmdnce . . . enjoy its Mitonlli riile mi Nasli's tlccji coil sprites at nl] four wheels. liven the nir is different in n Nusli! 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