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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 6, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER «, 1947 Kgh School Football Spotlight *'<*h Blytheville Chicks' fierce Wildcats North and South Open Meet Lead Goes to Turnesa PINEHURST, N. C., Nov. 8.' (UP) —Jim Turnesa of Klmsfonl. N. Y.. today .scorned to have the Plnehurst , f ^--r - — -. ^... - . Course's numl>er—and It was a very 'little IMfck Wildcat*. low number. To lx> exact, M. SlyihevflU,TUM of-fht Males most lmpro\cd teams turned in * 26 j That «lx-umler-par scire yesterday i II vlctorj; ov«r Tjxarkina last week to establish Itself as a threet to ij,, jh, sec oiid roiina gav« Turnesa $7.500 ojx^ri. And Kt the same time tied the courst record for tourna- turus to Northeast 'Arkansas for Its feature at" Blytheville Chicks entertain the North .... undefeatM .t^fgeSf jj thj, Wildcats Pin* Blirt?, irM-fJi^pd ttjf otih blemish on tin II to 1* top trlthJB bo " Kock trounced 11 Wildcats' record li m. * Conway Defeats Senton , ions! for District Five Title - at the | ClvibMralmnR | A fouilh quailer foiichdo*n _,. . . .;iftn his sparked bv a passing attack gave "ihrWsfrVttie< l »»».-ni | mite , t ; le conway W«m)>»s Culls i seven , 'krif'eWorl '.to^reKjy. 'them jto nothing, vjclory orei.tN »"'*1 iheoie^iame.*^ the. [ i on panthers Inst night and M„ ,j j sl|red (neln „ t ,] ace in Irle chtta-' -I.T -.1 -. •, Ipiwshir) i;lay-"Ks hi Ihe .A divl- .'•WMichehuiw .'for a if ion. Conway and Beiilon hart per- 1 " Is? the tails' to- I feet records hi the fifth district J icrhprrow lak- and the defeat eliminated Ihe P»n-' ?•.,_.':.-. j-,-;,_ thm in tne jUlg'vji,.... ^ The Wampus Cals started their 61 yard touchdown drive on Urcir on « with BUI S'.one laterallyinK to Waller Hodges who finally werjt ovt-r for I lie. score. . •• •' ' • --.-—,,-.,--.details ' accident* in fair shape tor ttw North 'little Kock conllioV, •, Howeyer r»Jn: t>»rl ot the '"week kept them from the practice "'field -an*'forced them'inside for »kull rttUIs.only,: . .. .(...,.. -. • j Eecord 'Crowd Expected , ', Wie Wildcat*' •i^ lV .scbeiJ»ifa) )i t-P, j in Blythevlile Friday lnoi'h- ] ., • arrive | ing and will go directly to their 1 } hotel for a rest before the game. f r A record crowd is expected to , >' witness the Chicks final home i ahowing, except for a possible play"J off game, and Blytheville fans worn ' urged this morning to buy their The Sudbury Beavers and the Central Rnzoi'back.s battled to n scoreless denlock In tlie Blythe- villp "Y" Midget. Football league plav yesterday nftcrnoon on the , „ sale" to downtown BlythevilleVt 1 ol ; lsl °" f 1 ^ 1 Playground. •'. both Owens and Kirby Drus Stores. The only touchdown play ot Razor backs And Sudbury In 0-0 Game ment golf. Turnesa's sco/r* yesterday might havn been lower, but for a high 'wind which rose In the waning hours of the day. He was four-uuder with a 32 on the front nine, Hut coming In, the veteran shotmnker ran Into trouble on the last thro* hole* aim came lip'with a 34. Turnesa ended the second round "with a 36—hold 137. since he shot 71 In the first round Tuesday. He was four strokes ahead of the second, man. George.Shoux of Mamaroneck, N. Y., who shot a 70-yesterday for a 141. Jim Grout of Harrlsburg, Pa!, was third with 142. and Tommy Wright Missco Deer Hunters Making Plans For Trips When 1947 Season Opens ' Hundreds of Mississippi County deer hunters will b« in the hills and lowlands of Ihe slat* early Monday to Join Hie thousand* of other ArkansiiA »nd MidjSouih nlmrodH in welcoming the opening of the 1M7 deer season. Hunting parlies, hailing from all sections of the county, will leave by private cars and planes this weekend for Stone, Phillips, Cljlcol. and Clark counties, anri other pop- ulr.r deer-hunting fipot/j to participate In the first week of Arkansas' spilt Mason. The first week of the spilt season wjll officially open at sunrise Monday morning and will last, through Sunday. Then live scuson will close for one month and will re-open Dec. 8 for another week's shoot. Expect- Good Season Hunters are expecting * banner year in the blit woods, for a recent survey made by the State Onme «nd rir.h white tail Commission places population In the Ar- Icansns ai 48,7(33—a 2o per cent In- of Kiioxv'lile','Tenn V . Hniry'^WMl'tamsl ma ">' of tlu '. se wl " «race the tables • - - ,., p a . Jim Ferrler of San | of MIsslMippI County families re- A special halltime ceremony is t being arranged by Blytheville High *> School Band Director Karl Warten- f pfuhl. The Osceola High School j, band hu been Invited to participate in the ceremony and will the afternoon was called back on a penally when Billy Michael skirt- j ed his right flank : for 20 yards | and the score. . ! . The Jlnzorbacks threatened once. in the 'early stages of the game '4 march with the Blytheville band the Beavers put together two first •' ,t halftlme. downs In the third period but most The game may determine the of the play was between the 30-yard championship of District 5 Double j stripes- A in which Little Rock aixct North Michael and Charles Ri\y Hall Uttle Rock are Ihe only conlejiders. I stood out (or the Razorbacks. the The Tigers and Wildcats do jipt [.letter slugging passes with diffi- meet until Thanksgiving Dw and iciilt catches en. two occasions. The all district champions have Ho.^be;-! entira Svtdbury team played veil certified following games of I*n'. I defensively. is. ' i •»•-' I -__- ; Because of Ihis conillcl in schedule, the two Greater Little Rock teams will decide Ihe .championship on the basis of play against five comrrxm foes—Hot Springs, Pine Bluff, Port Smith, El Dorado of i Francisco and Ed FurBol of Royal Oak, Mich., nil had 143's. Female Grappler Loses By a Shoulder Strap i I MACON, Ga. Nov. 6. (UP) — There she was surrounded by 2.000 men, making her debut before a hometown crowd. Then came life's embarrassing moment. Shoulder strap, snap. What's a nice gal to do but stop and repair the damage? Tommy Huckabce dirt, but quick. It probably cost her the fight. Sure. Tommy is a gnl crapplcr. She and Catherine Simpson, of Atlanta, Go., were mixing ft up on the mat when the accident happened. The crowd roared approval. Tommy blushed and crabbed Ihe loose ends. Catherine like a good sport, said she was sorry. The wrestling bout resumed. But Tommy wasn't the same any more. A few moments later, she was pinned down for the count. of Marked, Tr«. dark Arn PopiUw, TCM Several parties from MlisUslppI Comity are expected to open the 1»47 eason In the Sylamore Ranger district of the Ozark National Forest in stone County where • deer are reiwrtcd plentiful. Arid among these will be at ka»t one party from Blytheville. City Attorney Percy Wright, who visits this area just about every year, stated yesterday that h* and a party of 13 other Blytheville business men would depart Sunday for vast Ocark Forest legion. Included in this group arc Mr. Wright, Bob "Colernan Sr., Bob Coleman Jr., Arch Undsey, Holland Alkcn, Victor Stilwell. Ross Stevens, Billy Dunaway, Randall Hawks, H. R. Schmuck. Scott Alley, Harry Weedman, J. W. Rayder, Vernon Osbornc, and Tom Bynum, the Negro cook. And nt lesst one party from the BlythQVille vicinity will be present in the deer-hunting region of Southern Arkansas. D. Bunch, Wallace Bunch and Clyde Bunch, ot Yarbro will leave Sunday for Arkadelphia Theaters Ignore Ban by Catholics 'Foiivtr Amber' and 'Th« Outlaw' Still Run, In Philadelphia, Pa. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. «. (UP) — Members ot two Roman Catholic organisations today picketed two Central City theaters which turned down an ultimatum by Dennis Cardinal Dougherty, archbishop of Philadelphia, to discontinue showings of "Forever Amber" and "The Outlaw." Members of the Catholic War Veterans and the Holy Name Society began picketing the theaters lasi, night shortly after the-expiration of a 48-hour.deadline given by the Cardinal for withdrawal of the films to avoid a year's boycott from 1.000.000 Catholics in his 10-count.y yesterday, both Cheaters continued to play the films, condemned by the National Legion of Decency because they "constitute a glorification 'ol immorality and licentiousness." The pictures again were advertised in today's newspapers. Manager Harold Sledenbcrg ol the Fox Theater snid that "Forever Amber" was "here Indefinitely", adding that-the picture, now in its third w«k. would run until attendance 'decreased. . A spokesman for Goldman Theaters, Inc., said that h« had "no comment" In the absence of Goldman, now vacationing in California. Msgr. Benjamin Ryan, the Card- inal's'chancellor, said he was instructed that "there is no comment to be made." Other diocesan officials also refused to comment on the ultimatum and its defiance. Firemen G*t Call A fire which started In a kitchen flue resulted In slight damage to a residence, at 1906 West Vine this morning. Slight damage was done to the wall and ceiling near tri* flue. Osceo/a News Mr and Mrs J. Jackson of Osccola have returned, from Tamm», 111., where they attended the funeral services for their son, Edward Jackson, who died suddenly last week. archdiocese. The prelate warned the theater and Blytheville. Little Rock feated Blylheville 18 to 0. Little Rock, still .undefeated, but held to a scoreless tie by El Dorado, goes up against light competition on their home field, engaging the Russellville Crimson Cyclone. However Ihe Tigers ,will br. •looking ahead to their game with Pine Bluff next week and probably ; will take it easy against the lighter Invaders. In other feature attractions, Pine Bluff goes to Hot Springs, Fayetteville' meets Springdale. Fordyce plays in El Dorado and Texarkana meets Fort Smith. Greater Little Rock fans will be treated to one of the best games • of the week. Sunday when Subiaco, District Four, Double A champs, (engage Little Rock' Calholtc High. DiMaggio to Have Arm Examined at Hospital NEW YORK, Nov. 6. (UP)—Joe DiMaggio today prepared to leave for Baltimore. Md., where he will enter 1 Johns Hopkins Hospital Sunday for an examination and possibl" Engineers to Use Record Charge J For Single Blast Memphian Urges Slum C'eorance i As No. 1 Project, MEMPHIS. Nov. 6. (UP)—The congressional housing committee on a tour'of tlie nation was told tcday that a public housing program "will I be more beneficial than any other i program Congress can put into effect." F.irmpr Mayor Walter Chandler entered final testimony, at thn committee's public hearing presided over by Rep. Hale Boggs. D.. La., and,Rep. Albert Rains. D.. Ala. :"-'.'If you want to''maintain- the ! to he seen. Several hunting parties have been orsarir,«d in Blytheville anti will take to the woods "over the weekend. Russell Opines, secretary of Hie niylhcville Hunting Club, an exclusive organization of some of the county's bluest hunters, announced this week that 24 members of the ctub will leave Sunday by private cars for Phillips County where they will seek out members of the antlcrcd tribe. Members of the Blylheville Hunting Club have for the pr>st decade bcm me);iii>! the trek to the Elaine vicinity In the bottom lands of the White and< Mississippi Rivers for deer hunting purposes and have reported good luck on numerous occasions. Included in this party are Rosco Crafton, Rupert Cralton, Bvz?.y Crafton. Jim Crafton, Lucicn Onines, Marcus Galnes, Russell Gsines, Fielder Perry, Dick Green, Coimly Judge Roland Green, Blin H. Williamson, Percy Stovall, Homer. Wilson, C4;tus Bailey, Wado • -Icffcr.vs, Joe Cookson, Charley Ab- I bdtt Br., 1 Ben Ahbatt, Cliarlcy Ab| bolt Jr., R:v. Ray L. McLcstcr. Tom j Halter. L. M. Vnnce, and Bill Craw: ford, of Blytheville. Emmett Dunn, \ of Osceola, and Walter EtigenamU operators in a letter Monday that unless they withdraw the two films he would order not only the theaters boycotted, but all Twemieth- . Century Fox productions shown in Joe Whitley.'stale supervisor of j th *"f hd[oc ^ s t commercial lishlng, stated that he , h , i- ' Goldman, operator of would deer .limit in the Phillips County region and L. L, Ward Jr., and Carl Wallace, of Blytheville, will whore they will hunt in the woods j of Clark -County. , probably take the longest trip of ail when they fly to British Columbia in Cnnada next week for *ome moose and elk hunting. Boar Hunter Kills A Bear and Lands In Heap o f Trouble TELLICO PLAINS. Tenn., Nov. 8. 'UP)—Killing a bear has lost its thrill for hunter John R. Googe of Kingsport. Tenn. Googe was on the state-sponsored boar hunt when the dogs treed what he thought \va-s a boar. He kilted it but it turned out to be a bear. Killing a bear on a boar hunt also turned out to be against the rules. As a result. Squire 3. P. Gardner took from Googe a *12.50 line; the school cafetcrian took his 200 ixnmds of bear meat:; and the U. S. Forest Service got the pelt. , Erlanger theater featuring Jane Russell's "The Outlaw". WH.S told that his three other mid-city houses, the Goldman, Keith's and the Karlton, also would lie boycotted. However, ax the deadline expired Town U.S. Drained Dry To Get Wells Back ILLIOPOLIS. III. CUP)—The 700 people of this village are going to get a chance to drink water from their awn wells for the first time since the war. Excessive water demands of a shell loading plant caused the Illiopolis well to rim dry and the town began buying its water from the government. Uncle Sam had drilled eight wells of his own at the Sangamon ordnance plant project. Two of the wells, one less than two miles and the other less than a mile from here, are being offered for sale by the War Assets Administration. The town, naturally, is the only New Theater Manila's Finest Sho»8 K.VKRV NIGHT Box Op»ns Week Da.vt 1:«fl p.«» Matinee Saturday & Sunday Sal.-San. 1 p.m. Cont. Showing TONIGHT Springtime in the Sierras with Roy Kosers Selected Shorts YOUR CAR'S ELECTRICAL SYSTEM' NEEDS OUR i war' threat of.Conununlsm,'t,8aid Chanri- i haiur- ]cr> '•you'iK.keep FtieVslirms 'ulive in • • EL1ZABETHTON, Tenn.. Nov. 6. (UP)—Engineers at the Watauga Dam .site here are preparing to blow the side out of a rock bluff In what they call the "largest construction blast ever fired." Nearby residents have been war' ned to expect the big noise day at 11-.45 <x.m. . (.America. We.should' eoib'ark on .. Workmen today are busily- lojul-1 program to ciirnlna'te ill shims that Ing tunnels through Ca.fden Bluff jure brerdiruj BIKthe-.thiriijs we ab- wlth 520,000 pounds or-higlr-cxplo- [ hor in American life.' 1 ". '' slve. When it is set-off, they; pect a million cubic"yArds^cf J to be displaced. H took aboilV' amount of concrete to biilid tlie lire Norrls Dam, engineers recalled. The rock displaced In Saturday.^ operating will be used lo fill Look. .'. :; for this Label at your \ Favorite Package Store • • • YOUR GUARANTEE of a great Bottled in Bond straight Kciitucky ; BOURBON WHISKEY Sour Mash —100 Proof Aho'Black Label—DO Proof BorreH Hamilton) Inc. Distributor, Little' Rock. 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Friday 'WEST TO GLORY' with Eddie Dean Also S)u>rt Sulijfcis Saturday "Return of the Lash" with AI LaRue and Fuzzy St. Johns Selected Shorts j Opens at ti:30 p.m.; Starts 7:00 p.m. SERVICE I> BEST FOR YOUR CAR REGARDLESS OF MAKE SHELTON Motor Company 119-W; Ash Dial 4438 TONIGHT The Bachelor's Daughter with Gail Russell, Claire Trevor, Ann Dvorak Fox Movietone News Alsu Shurts Prirfny and Saturday "The Lone Hand Texan" with Charles Slarretl as the Durango Kid and Smiley Burnett Serial: "The Scarlet Horseman" Selected Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark; TONIGHT Tarzan and the Huntress with Johnny Weissmullcr and Brenda Joyce News and Short Friday & Saturday 'Riding Down the Trail" with J i mmy Wa kcly ' Cartoon and Chapler 9 "Purple Monster Strikes" i new Watauga Dam U-sclf, they snUl. ' The dam Is being construe loci for the Tet\ncssee:.Vi\lley Authority. operation on ms ailing* arm. DiMn&gio complained at the end of the World Series that he played the latter ptxrl or Uie scnsoii \vitVv a "(iend" throwing arm. Dick Dunkel's College Football Averages " ."•• For Week ending November 9 i The scon/vj cflife]ation-m*lhod. " Bthod *nsw*r» th» qu»sllon, "How will h« «ach l»flm performed lelaliTe lo th« slrenqlh ol Ml their own figure* by Ihe Average scoring margin* Ihey estahliBh above or be!ow the Average! are index number*—not percentage!. They Indicate each team'* potential icorinq in Ibe country, Thuj. a 50.0 teim has been ,10 scoring points stronger than a 40.0 b*. compared regardless, of location. Th« ratings have been l Dppcnenu. .... >rer the weakest l< P«a1 performance* of env two fesraa ca Tfee Triple Diamond. Service EmbJem r.bove is more th.q a sign. .It,means that our mechanics are International-Trained in the best and liuest methods and ..pVacticcs., It means that we use *peci»l Interns; 1 ina!'etf-.lament for tc-':-'>.' repairing, reroncT ;. .:^ and ljrov ;4 h ^^ that the truck-parts NVC install arc pri:ision- •ngmcered International Parts. It means, rbove •I!, thr -our trutks-any^akcs o"r model.-arc .•ervic; ;- te with skill and care so that they will give the best possible .service at lowest cost. Phone now for a Mrvke-clate-any.hing from a lubrication a complete program o f pre—~— mai^tenaiye. PHONE863 PRINCIPAL Probable- " Winner* SATUHDAY. H Lon ColL .-B3.I vs 'Probable Leter* 602 onatl ,.«7S.8 va Miami. I'U. .. 72.B Colorado 64.8 vs Uuh Slate , .'62,7 Cclxmibl* .. .-96.5 va Dartmouth 78.0 Cornell '79.3 vs Syracuse .'. 60.1 Denver "65.6 vs Wyoming* ,.;..65.6 .. ."31.3 vsMiBsouri ......87. ... .83.6 r« Florida ..'72,6 Fia rach. 97.7 vo Wary": ..' ...8S.i .__, CIOBI, .*73.5 vs Colgate 66.5 Ilinoia -101.8 v. Weil.' Michigan 63. low* S1ale .. .63.7 TI Diake -. .j.... *S7.: <arrsa* 93.8 n Nebraska -, ...*66. Kentucky 83.0 vs West .Virginia. -74.' •ftchigan .. *116.0 vs Indiana .' t 86.! Ht3»i»sipp ilsna . Caroli Noilhw««t Nolr* DAIH Oklahoma . . ____ St. 20.3 T* Aubunx .' ..... -61.' 65.8 va. Irfaho ........ '64.1 a «90.7 TS No. Caiolind St. 60.1 ni 84.9 v» Ohio SlaU ...'75; -I12.I TJI Army ....... lot. _. 86.9 T* XaHK*i Slal* ..*43. OkJa. A.AM..*'].3TiTulin ........ 70, Oregon .. .. 87.8 T* Washington St. '63. " n»7iTanl4 -33.7 T« Virginia ..... 91. n Slal* . .101.1 TI T«.mp!* ...... 'SB. iceton ____ 76.S v« lUtTAid . .., . ."72. Purdu» ..... 103,2 vs Minnrsot* . . . *9D. 9J.4. VB AikAnsAX .. ., 83. ...... 81.2 v» LilayeLU ..... Si. LOIIIB . ..'63.1 n Wtchila .. . . Sin fas* SUlB 69.9 .s Btlqriam Young *S9 SQ. C»\ii. .*10*X»irsSt4iiloid SS, So.' MBlhodiM 100.7 v* T«.^.i A & M, -63. Tc-rns ...... '93.8 »* Baylor , 78, U. C. I- A, . . .90.3 »• Oiegoti Slate -80, Utah ....... '60.6 Y* Colorado A.6NTE6. Pibnt . , 'B8.( in Torvn. Tech .. 45. ot-A ... 83.3 ygMsTqu»u» ____ -76 4 Maiy '93-7 »» V, M. I ....... S? oniTin „ -56.3 T« Iowa ......... 89 Dial 3738 Know 'Looks' Always Count Looking well xt'oomed attracts the admiring glances of slick-chicks mid dream-boats. Our mcnleraU priced dry cleaning fits teen age allowances and our fast service suits limited wardrobes. Sweaters a specialty. COME IN AND SEE THE NEW AND REVOLUTIONARY GROUND GRIP TIRE BOONE CLEANERS 119 South Third Street THIS WEEK'S IEADER5 ' Nalionol 1. 'MICHIGAN ..118.0 J. NOIKE DA!.rE 11} 1 S. SO. CM.IF. ,10t.O 4. PURDUE ... 105.2 S. PFNN STATE \<n,9 B. ILLINOIS . . . .101.8 B. SO. METH'DIST 100.7 9. TEXAS ... 09.8 10. PEN>I 89.7 M*»w«« I. MICHIGAN . llt.O 2. HOTRE DAME 112.1 S. PUFDUE 103 J *. ILLINOIS . .101 9 S. MINNESOTA 9S,0 «. WISCONSIN 56.3 8. IOWA .... 88.8 9. MICHIGAN 5T, SB. 3 ID. MISSOURI .. 87. 1 Seufh 1. SO. METH OBT 100 7 2. TEXAS 358 3. GrCmr,tATECH97.7 «. ALABAMA 51,1 S WM. A MARY 9)7 6. TEX. CHRIST N « 9 7. RICE 97. < «. DUKE SI 8 9 VIRGINIA . 91 S 10, N. CAROLINA M.7 far We» 1. SO. CAUF. KM 0 1 CALlrOBNlA 34.6 4. OREGON . 87.8 5. SANrRANSCO B2.0 6. NEVADA . .. 81. S 7. WASHINGTON 80. S 8. OREGON ST.. 80 6 3. UTAH 80.6 10. COLL. PACIFIC 7S.7 fo» 1. PENS STATE IM.i 5- ABKY 101.1 <. COLUMMX .. »,5 S. 1OSTON COI.L. »9.l &. YALE . 13 3 7. MARYLAIfD .. 87.S 8. NAVY 85. S 9. VILLANOVA . . 85.3 10. 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