The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1947 · Page 8
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS Papooses Win Cage Title \ In County Tournament Moving steadily through their field of opponents with* little trouble, the Blytheville Papooses emerged holders ol the Mississippi County Junior Basketball Championship by defeating Whitton Juniors 32 to 23 Snlimlay night in county tourney finals at Leachville. * Three of the victorious Paps were Kr_4.;_«_/ C' j. named for berths on the All-Coun- INduOn S rlfieSt £.i ea "?' Alth ° UBh .'? ls «*«iar .*>: gj rc j Dogs Vie For Big Awards sltion Is cenler, Jim Berry was chosen an All-County forward Car) Wyatt, was selected as a forward and Buddy Domier as a guard on the honor squad. - To reach the finals, the Taps faced Osceola. Juniors in semi-finals Saturday morning am! triumphed 28 to 23. Their'finals opponent, the WhiUon Juniors, trounced I.cachvillc 24 to 12 in the other semi-final jjluy-off Saturday morning:. In the consolation game early Saturday night between scml-fi- nals losers, Osceola nosed oul Leachville by a 26 to 24 count to win third place In the tourney Second place went to Whitton ns losers of the finals. "The top three teams — niylhe- ville, Whitton and Osceola—qualified by their positions for play In the junior boys' district tourney at Jonesboro scheduled from f>b. ZS through March 1. . Tile County Junior Girls Championship went lo the Keiscr sextet who ouslcd the Dycss six 32 to 20 in finals Saturday night. As finals losers, Dye*s took second place In the tourncs. To reach top bracket play, Kelser downed Luxora 23 to 17 and Dycss edge went' Into an overtime period lo out Manila 23 to 21 Saturday afternoon in semi-finals tilts. :Thir<5 place in girls' play went to the Luxora sextet, which defeated the Manila six 30 to 20 in a consolation game between losers of semi-finals play Saturday night. • • On the basis of these results, Keiser, Dycss and Luxora girls will go to the junior girls district tourney at Bay from Feb. 20 through March 1. Taps Defeat wiiltlon for Title In the boys' finals, the Paps grabbea an early lead and left the Whitton Juniors practically standing still until the last period. Alter setting an 11 to 6 first period lead, the Paps held Whitton to one more marker as they gathered scv- :fii in the second quarter to stand in front of an 18 to 7 halftime count. The Paps completely domlhaled ,the third period Bs they mm; up »n even dozen markers and bTank- ed the Whitton quint's point»mnk- :lng by holding them scoreless. The. Paps' second five played the last quarter to face an attempted comeback by Whitton. Holding the locals' to two additional tallies the .Whitton Juniors loosed a scoring rally that boosted then- count to the final score of 23. •-.Pap center Berry nnd Whllton forward Castleman divided scoring honors by sinking 12" points each. Runner-up spot wcnt (o pap •forward Wyatt with 10 markers, followed by J. Mooring, Whitton center, with nine. ; The Osceola Juniors suffered a scoring drouth in the first half of their semi-finals tilt wilh the Paps hul counter-attacked in the last naif to push the locals to their closest win in the tourney. -Opening the game with a 7 to 3 first period lead, the Pnps went rolling on in the second period while limiting the Osccolans to a single additional point, Halftime count was 15 to 4 for the Pnps Osceola Makes Sfronj Bid Scoring evened in the third period with the Paps picking up 10 rnore and Osceola adding nine. The first half lead went untouched, however, and the three-quarters count stood for the Paps at 25 to Osceola countered in the last period by out-scoring the Paps' second five, who played throughout this period. Holding the Paps n another three markers, the Osceol Juniors annexed 10 but the Una whistle still found the paps In fron by five points. -Hill ff as high-scorer as he drop ped- through 10 points for Osceola from his forward position. Guard Ferclfull paced Pap point-making by sinking nine v.ith forward Wyatt close behind with eight Tlie paps emerged from opening •tourney play by copping decisiv victories over shawnee Juniors GRAND JUNCTION, Tenn., F<fl. 17. tUP)—The 49th running of the National Field Trials opened here today with 28 of the nation's finest bird dogs competing for the national championship in the Kentucky derby of field trials. • Mississippi zcv, the defending champion, was favored' in a field f ?6 [Winters and two setters. Zev, a setter owned by Dr. W. 15. Trapp, of Tuscumbln, Ala., will tie making his last competitive ap- P3arance and will be retired alter the Nation. Snlurn and Oration, botli pointers, will carry the hopes of A. G. U. Sage, whose entries have captured four national championships in the past six years. Gosne// Boys and Girls' Teams to Play Osceola Gosnell Junior Boys and Girls cage squads meet Osceola Junior squads tonight In the Oosnell gym. The Manila Lions nnd Lionesses Journey lo Bay tonight for a double header there. American Soldiers Admit Staging Riot in Tokyo TOKYO, Feb. 17. (UP)—Five American soldiers have signed statements "admitting their participation" in drunken rioting that resulted in the death of five Japanese and injury to 20 others, Far East Air Forces Headquarters announced today. An announcement said that the case will be tried in Tokyo by a Fifth Air Force General Military Court composed ol air force ol- liccrs stationed in Tokyo. Rough, Tumble Affair Looms For Wrestlers The decks will be cleared for action tonight at the Legion Arena as the tag match card brings together potential melee of hot temper, ' Jlyhiff feel nn<l free-swinging fists. When Tommy Ward and Al Szasz pnir off ugalnsi Al Galento and Charley Kecne in the main event n number of things are likely to hnppeii-nll of them on a predominately rough and tumble basis, o A brief resume of tonight's grappling line-up shows that: — Szasz leads In the rough and tumble department, embellishing his mat work with agile leaping kangaroo-kicks and monkey-flips. Ward, his helpmate, i s capable of scientific wrestling but is a rough operator when mad. Ami it i s expected that tonight's fracas will wear Ills temper paper-thin. Kecne, too, can put on a scientific bout but like many veterans of mat battles, is more at home in a catch- as-enlch-cnii match. Galento's talents arc solely rou«h- housc. He is n hard nnd frequent iluggcr but rcti-euts to somewhat underhanded defensive work- when faced by n butler man. The evening's mat program will get underway ns usual with two one-fall preliminary bouts pitting Sznsz against Galento and Ward against Keeue. round game. Starting line-ups and box scores in the Paps' last two games follow: 1'aps-Whltlon (Finals) Paps (32 Wyatt (10 .. Ho'cutt (5) . Berry (12) . Donner O) Perclfull (1) Substitutions: Pos. Whltlon . P. Castleman • C. J, Moorin* r G . T. Mooring G Blytheville'Y' Plans Softball League Games initial plans for the formation of 'Y" softbnll leagues for the approaching season will be formed Wednesday night when representatives meel in the "Y" rooms at, 8:00 o'clock, it was announced this mcrnlng- by J. p. Friend, president of the saw leagues. It is expected that play will get Under way several weeks earlier than in 194c. AH teams represented in the league last season have been notified and will imve first choice of their respective berths in the loop. Those in the league Inst season were Hays Store, Loy Eich Chevro- I'aps-Osceola (Semi-finals) Paps (28) Pos. Osceola (23) Wynit (8) .... P unrt (3) >'cutt (1) ... F Hill (10) rry (4) .... C M| ZC Domier (2) .. G..,.. Watson Percifull (9) . G. Shimeyfelt U> Substitutions: Paps—Deer, Droke, laldwell (2), Gentry (2), Bunch. Osceola—Joffce, Weinberg, Dunn (4), Mullin, cox. ' RcfSrees: Ebb pickcns and Arrington Pickens (Jonesboro). (23) (12) Plans for a girls' league will be set In motion within a few days with an eye to sltu-iing play as soon as warm weather prevails. Teams ill • ll1 ' hc B'rls' league last season were | Hart's Bakery, Fitzpalrick Jewelry, O. K. Cab and J. C. Penney Co. CoITce is said lo have been brought to America in 11507 by Cap- tnln John Smith, founder of Vir- Blnla. Fromwliere I'sit... l>t/ Joe Marsli Prohibition Does Not Prohibit Most of you folks who've h«n rending me for years know I'm a mild man who holds for tolerance. But it's my duly to s;icnk out ngninsl wcH-inlcnttonoil scheme* llml are contrary lo himuin n.ilure, Mirh us I'rohiiiitKiii being llic an- 6«cr lo immoderate ill-inking. Folks who talk in favor of it must have forgotten that 1'rohibi- tioii bred bootleggers . . . spca v. easies ... crime.,. corruption and the same thing is happening n gain today in "dry" counties in Arkansas. from inhere I sit, the only sen- siMo (ftfnjr fo do is lo continue legal snfcs ij/ responsible men who cooperate with the law—like Ilia brewers are doing with their Self- Regulation program. And uhul's more, legal beer anil file in Arkansas produce a million anil a quarter a ycnr in taxes. Remember: Bootleggers don't pay taxes! BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Reserved Scat scats a/n' 1 STSI0 . N 1 \ KICE ANYWHERE! at the Lcgton Arena from G p. m . Every Monday Monday, Feb. 1 7 * DUI/ra ^T n ffi DRBN ^ BOX SEATC 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH At SZASZ and TOMMY WARD ALSO 2 1-FALL, 30 MINUTE MATCHES AlSzasz Tommy Ward Al Galento , Charley Keene Racing Season' At Hot Springs Opens feib. 24 LITTLE ROCK, Ark,, ftfa n (UP)--.State revenue commissioner Otno A. Cook announced ycstcr- daj' that he will open offices V p.iklawn race track Tuesday ana begin licensing some 1200 tracK employes. The 30-day meet will open a week from today, on Fcb 24 Cook said he will have live or six auditors nt the track during lite meet to handle t|,e state's share of the proceeds. The state collected a little niore than t59iouu during the last meet, and the commissioner predicted that the taK" will loji $€00,000 this year at nre- scnt percentages. Higher state fees and a larger percentage of the take have been suggested In the legislature but have not received final approval One bill would increase the daiiv fee of the track from ?5 DO to $1.0CO. TWO other bills would raise (lie state's share of the parl-nln- tuel from five to seven and one- half per cent, and give the'stale all the breaks. Cook said the bills carry emergency clauses and would go into ci- fecl before or during the meel should they pass and receive the governor's signature. j The commissioner said that lor the first time the track will have three $50 betting windows mid that additional $5 and 510 windows have been opened. Some 1.200 horses now are stabled at the track.- The Detroit Newhousers MONDAY, FEBKUABY 37, 19-17 "Licensed" Cows Southern Italy's door - to - door milkmen, who sell milk fresh from the cow, have "license plates" for tnclr cows. These arc brass tags rurTs °" " JToo Late to Classify for Sale ~~~ A|!!» Clinhm-r, will, unrlcr .-,,,,1 li,.],,, .' I """I" 1 ""'. I \Vu Allis UnaJuu.rs A?,!? lrV.T.'^rw'!L'c".' a rl',m,;'™j7"' L "" W '"" 1 '"" SIS. Cull 2225 ufHT (j (j'ttock. ' 2H*T-|)h.20 lii'^i' Ir.iiler locntrii 5 milps suutl, „„ liwy. til. rjinui 1 ' ;iur,o. ^in-iik--o For Rent 2003 iirier'u'n'.'ii]." 2 riKUIl fiiniihlii;)! niinritllL'ut CJoso 'in ''''• Wii. ' 2tl7-l,k.;« Help Wanted limul IrjKtur ]iuiul lo ilrivu Iruclitr I'll •"*"- 2ln-i,k-21 fiocovoniiR fiom cjot oiXKiUon nnd about to start preparing at Lakeland, f la., for what he hopes will be fourth straight 25- (•ainu-or.bctter season with Tigers, southpaw Hal Ncwliouscr is cauiibl in informal, homey pose with missus, Beryl, and three- year-old daughter. C'horlene. jewelry, liquor, entertainment and' athletic contest admissions, per-fumes, communications, Irnnspor-1 tation and electric light bulbs. The taxes now arc scheduled to expire at midnight, June 30. Senate approval ol the extension measure -was certain, but Finance Committee Chairman Eugene D. Millikin,n., Colo., said consideration of amendments might delay passage biyond todav. HEADACHE Read Courier News Want Ads. Negro Deaths Funeral services will be hold 10- morrow afternoon, 1 o'clock at Nemiah Temple Church here tor Tommy Mangrum, 29, who died Monday night in LO S Angeles, Call!., lollcwing a long illness. Elder M. Jones, pastor of the church, will 01- ficiate nno 1 burial will be made in Mount Zlon Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, three children, his parents, four sisters and f,vo brothers. Caston Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Will J. Parker, 61, farm owner of near Hermondale, Mo., died Friday afternoon,, G o'clock, at his home. Funeral services will be held .Wednesday afternoon,, i o'clock, at Shady Grove Baptist Church with the Hcv. S. A. Parker officiating. Burial will hi made in Oak Grove Cemetery. Caston Funeral Home is in charge. Survivors include his wife two sons and four cfuuglitcra. Landlord Slays Tenants When Eviction Move Fails SAN FK'ANCISCO, Feb. 17. (Uf> —A landlord who had failed legally to evict two tenants said today he shot (hem to death because "tliey made too much noise." Police booked Jacob Walton. 63. mi a charge of murder after HarolrC Collins. 40, and his common law wife. Estellc Lincoln. 33, were shot dead in the hallway of Watson's apartment house. Court records showed Watson Hied eviction proceedings against trie couple several months ago 'but was unable to gel them out of the housq. List night ns they descended the stairway, pslice. said, Watson came out of his apartment with a .'M caliber rilfe and shot both. Collins managed to run outside where another shot killed him. Watson's wife told police she .was reading a book when she heard gunfire. Bi-Partisan Group Asks Excise Tax Amendments WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. (UP) — A bl-partlsan group of senators urged today that the bill extending wartime excise taxer be amended to free most fur-trimmed coits from taxation. They made their request as the House-approved revenue measure 'anie up for senate action. It would produce $1,130,000,000 annually in taxes on some luxury and some not-so-luxury items. They include furs, cosmetics. j/ > <§alef Thousands jj^^ 3 ASSORTED HEAVIES 90 per '« Guarantee Heavy Irecdi 300 S17 SO (fofilivtly Ho Leghorns) _ J2940 FOE TROHpr 5HU".MENr 1000 - $53.50 V RS&CHICKCO. ffLT'IMfSS QYfZ 70 DAK ShLouU, Mo. HEADACHY? STUFFY-NOSED? EXHAUSTED FROM COUGHING DUE TO A CQ&O? . INTOACnONJ, ^TARTS RELIEVING^ _ 6 COLD MISERIES-^ *" 34 "*f ^-^ STANDBY Of MILLIONS THROUGHOUT 45 yeARS- FAMOUS PRESCRIPTION Type ] '<obb CASK coco Misesies-i •^H '''"*• J Stnrt <i>iM rolii'f from hrad- mino'r tl.rojit irrilatiun' inujjculur nclics. •YhokH- .. lu a cnlil'"'Tod»y—"-ct Y,',' -: Kt<i»l-<srlinu RGG !• Caultcm: : " Take only us directed. COLD PREPARATIONS CAPUDINE REAL ESTATE WANTED City Property, all types Imsliiesoes and farina in and around Blytnevlllo. Sell uJ your property, plenty of Layers—list iiowl Phono 2394, J. J. Field. Bonded Heal Eslatu Broker. CHICKTKEAM "Where Happiness Costs So Little" WEKKDAYB Box Office Opens 6:45 p.m. Show oUrti 7:6* pan. Last Time Today Keep Your Powder Dry" Kith Bill Johnson, I/iraiiie Kay Susan 1'cters, I.ana Turner News and Cartouit TUESDAY "MY PAL WOLF" with George Cleveland, jjharon MoIYctl Alsu Short Subjects Tablets or Liquid MAKES Y VERTISING FUTURE BRIGHTER Read how the modem methods of mass personal selling are constantly creating both security and opportunity for you! WHAT ONE MAN SAYS: RETAILER—Sure, my ndvcrtising pays. And indirectly oil ndvcrtising pays mo n profit. For firms that advertise grow big nnd employ more people, often nt higher wages. Thai means more jieople have more money to spend in my store.. *• Brings you betler goods for less money; 2. Makes shopping more pleasant and easier: 3. Has given us the world's highest standard of Jiving; Tou'll agree that-advertising has just one main purpose —to sell goods or services. And you'll agree that when more sales are made, there's just naturally more work to be done. So more sales mean rnore jobs. Yes, and better jobs, a chance for promotion, or for a raise in pay. More sales mean more jobs at the factory. More jobs at the mines and mills and farms that supply materials that factory uses. More jobs in the banks, railroads, stores, and the hundred and one businesses that benefit Indirectly. That's how ad vertising—by selling more goods to more people—makes your job, no matter where you work, a better job, with a better future, and far more security. Remember this as you see and hear advertising doing its job of selling goods. Tell your friends how advertising works. And be grateful for it. For every hour of flie day, advertising is making your home, your income and your personal fit tare more secure. New Theater Manila's finest ^ Shows EVERy NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Sunday Box Opens Week Bays 7:00 p.m. Sat-Snu. I p.m. Cont. Hbowlnc Last Time Today 'Nobody Lives Forever" with John Gnrllclil, Geraldinc Fitzgerald Also Short Subjects Tuesday "JAN IE" with .loycc Hcynolds Selected Shorts Open 6:30 p.m.; Show Starts 7 p.m. Last Time Today "DEVOTION" with Ida Liipino, Paul Flciircid raramnunl News -^^ Also Shorts W Tuesday I'AI. NIGHT "A MEDAL for BENNY" with Dorothy I,nrnour Serial: "Jack Armstrong" Cliapl. 2 Also Shorts Makes .. -. iro MORE peoptt' . . secure BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Monday & Tuesday

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