The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 24, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 24, 1947
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Spring kh Football duleRevised ! Games to Be Played { On Fridays Only, j Coach Announces •Play in the grade school football liague'has -b3en cut to one night a; week only with games to tie fjayed on Friday nights, it was Denounced by Coach 13111 Godwin, cdrcclor of'thc project. (The schedules were originally set up to include games on Tuesday alid Friday nights with three games to be played each night. ;^id 12 games to be played by each ifam throughout the remainder ot Ihe school term. Under the new set up games will be played only <y\ Friday nights with three games if to? played each week. This will cpt the number of games to be played by each team to eight, j According to Ccach Godwin, this was done because he and officials of the .Chitkasaw Club, who arc sponsoring the program, decided that six • games a 'week would b2 too much lor the young players a'nd games on Tuesday might interfere with the players school • work. Games' that were scheduled to i be played tomorrow night will not be played until Friday night. One game will Hje played Friday afternoon and two to b? played Friday night. :;_ ' This 'Cut in games to 02 played will not; interfere with the playoff or championship games Coach Godwin _ : sald. Each team .will play one ganie a week for thc remain- Photo Finish Smiling U'iumph;mUy nftor finishing lhi> Indies' Uvo-milr National downhill ski rncc in Ogdi-n. Ulah, are li-tl In right, twins Kliniui ;md Uhrxla Wurtele. «f Montreal, and Paulu Kann <>( ts'cw Hampshire. Klloilii mul Ilhoiui Hmslu'd Insl and second ix i j:;:'ji:Uvely, i willi J';tulu a close- third. Joe Welch To Wrestle Here Tonight IJoy a;)<j Joe Welcli. famous bro- Iliers of wrestling, will return to tlie local program IO;,JK)U wtiei) they meet Stocky Kncllseii and Cliarlcy Kcene In a tng inntcli at t!:" American Legion Arena. Tills will be Joe's first, nnpear- ni'ce on the local card In approximately two mouths. Roy appeared lierc a short time ngo with thc oilier brother Jack. This mutch Jms th c prospects of being n three-ring circus wllh both teams being veterans ol the garni' and quite capable of taking care of themselves. Hoy Welch Is n body .slam artist, liiivlug used the dreaded hold many a time to pin an opponent. Joe. however, relies on his ability to outsmart his opponent, and gen- c-r.illy docs a pretty cooii Job of 11. I'upllscn nmj Krone are a couple of veterans that like things rough. Both men rely mostly on their bullish two-on-one routine to pound their opponents Into submission. In thc two 30-minnte time limit one fall prelims Knei nn Roy Welch while Joe. Wildlife Film To Be Shown at Legion Session Members or the Mississippi county Wildlife Association will meet j liruly with of the 13ud Cason Post of the American I/cgion ul the legion Itul tomorrow night, at 7:30. A It'clmizolor wildlife film will be shewn to members of Ihe or- i-'uni/atlons. Special guests \vill Include, Judge G. E. Kcvk. chairman of. Uic .Slate Game and Fish Commission, T. A Mr-Amis, of Little Hock, secretary of the commission and Tom Mull of Little nock, echi- i-ational director of -the game and commission. Utah Quintet Given Chance At Cage Title New Czar of Baseball Launches Into Dodger-Yankee Dispute s ing eight wcexs with the play-oft m £," r OBlancc scheduled Kj oc played March N> ,V J, .-„".';., and the chani|iionship game to be ' <"-J-i'i' held May 23. A now schedule is being drn'^'n up, Coach Godwin said. ' game's onts'tnnriing personages hung detrimental to .baseball in charg- opencd one of Commissioner ing him with having as his guests Chandler today i uvo known gam-biers. The act was show-down hearing into asserted to have recurred during a the sport's greatest rhil-' ' R. A. Nelson 'Honored by Wildlife Group were on thc coach, of acts detri- oral I President Branch Rickey. M.iiia- ger Leo Duroclier and Road Sccre- I tary Harold Parrott, all ol thn i Brooklyn Dodgers, I carpet on charges I mental lo bascVnll, with backfire i action threatening their accusers. President Larry MacPliail of the 'New York Yankees and his coach. Charles <Clutck> Dressen. I In a .sDccial little side show, Chandler ^limse!! was on the spot. -..-.. , , - • Thc former Kentucky governor and, elected vice-president of the Ai- ,, s S0 n n tor, laced with the grnv-l kansasr.'AVIIdlife Federation at a csl I)rc blcm since taking office. \vns' meeting of thc federation at the ou t' to prove finally llml he was 1 Marion-Hotel in Little Rock Frl- 1-3053 of tMsctall a In Kencsaw MONDAY,-MARCH 2-1, 104Y World Series Air Hangs Over St. Petersburg ST. I>ETEr.snimo, Pla., March 21. (UP)—A World Series air hung over St. Petersburg today as the world champion St. I/nils Cardi- 1S<!7 showing. Hrcchcen allowed two B , !(] to his roomful of award... nals and the American League Boston lied Sox prc- meel In an exhibition champion pared to game. St. Louis showec It is In championship form as Harry Brcchecn, Mui-i-y DleksQii and Howie Pollelt the "big three" of the pitching staff, collaborated yesterday on a font-lilt 3 to 0 victory over thc Yankees. Each was making his first oul that ths game isn't played on paper. Seeded eighth in Ihe elght-lctim invitational, Utah defeated Du- riuesne, 45 to 44, ant! West VJrgi'il.i 64 to G2. ' North Carolina State plays West Virginia in a preliminary game. , ( u o awar... liiU in MS three Innings and the Stranahan ha d 288, one less than oilier pitchers allowed one lilt each pros Dill Nary of Long Beach, cal., •r! n "o" 1 ^ 1 . , |a " d J°"m»y Palmer of liadin, N •r n . , , iprrt • m CJnclimntI yes- c. Jl,,, Turnesa of White Plains, terday. 710 8. wltli n nve-run fourth N. Y., and EU Fui B ol ol Detroit liming. Bobby Doerr was lilt by .-> Mich., lied for fifth at '31 pitched ball and will be out of ac- I -- - -- --—--_.___ _ tlon for a week with a bad bruise. I . --.-._«.._•__«..»..___ CHECK WUITKKS NOW IN' STOCK! SAMUEL V. NOKRIS Printers Stationers Across Fruai City Hall Vic G/iezzi is Winner In Greensboro Tourney GREENSBOnO, N. C., March 24 — tUP) — vie Ghw.zl, the Kansas City clouler, was richer by $2.000 today after winning the Greensboro cpen golf tournament yesterday with *he highest winning score in the hlslcry of the meet. Scores were sent rocketing in the early rounds by high winds and a wet course, v.'ith the result thai- Gliczzi's 72-hole card of 28(i, two over par, was good enough to top the star-studded field. Second place went to amateur Frank Stranahan who received another Feeding Habits Of Deer Arouse Berry Growers LITTLE HOCK, Alk., March 21 — i UP)—With its expanding deer '-ninsplantlng program in Arkansas, the Gome and Fish Commission has stumbled onto an unexpected problem. Briefly, deer go for straw berries—and In a big way. A hurry ;. P. A. ;Nelson. or Blylhevllle, svns T iI e "formj""Kentiicky Dodger-Yankee exhibition game i" •Actually, however, Ihe real Iron-, _ .. . „ ....„ •blc was the fact that the Yankees call from Warden Virgil Weathers hired Drcssen. a signal-stealing I" Madison County said that slraw- from thc Moved Bums. J berry crops near Huntsvllle were Rickey contended Hint he had an suffering. The farmers didn't want oral afircement with Dressen to to do anything drastic but netth- slay two more years with the Dod-' ....«• • gcrs unless he received n mana- cffer. Dressen denied this NKW YORK, March 24. (UPl — The "wise money" today was on Kentucky lo win the National lu- vil;itlon>l Daskelball Cliiiinolnnshlp • takf I fans, remrmbwijic tln> 'spirit' 'w, Wi •one meets I |,. ls , n;U | C m . lh Ul| '. mllst '. imUl , B ,.;,„. I set" team in tlie country, looked fen one more surprise out, of 'he Utcs. Kentucky, defending champion and winner 3-1 times in 36 games this .season, has two sure All-Amcri- cnns in Alex Grozn and Ralph Beard, and other starters—Ken riul- !h!s. Wallace Jones and Joe Holland—would not be oul of place on nil honor squad. The wildcats are big. fast, smooth and sharp. They can play fast- break or slow-break, nenrtl is'a great ballhawk and a fine Moor man. and Groza is nn excellent rebound man. er could they .stand by nml see ; their 1941 crop crushed against a ' utter to t'hc Yanks as a dny Mountain Lanuis, the late jurist Mr. Nelson Is owner and manager who ruled thc game with an iron, oj ths Dr. Pepper Bottlluc Plant unrelenting hand, and not simply hfefe ;«Hd is one of Blylheville's • lieutenant to new manager Bncky Harris, whom he ultimately is cx- peclext to succeed at thc Bronx Dc-»:Der helm. .. J Twenty-two witnesses hart 1 been' s\ bponacd for thc closed hearing | which opened at 2 .ji.rn.. Chandler ed in denying that he had the case. Thc c . ederation a B reed March, ^:Plans are being mtidc lo 1 u-.j , ,. , -, hold nn annual eoon dinner in ul- ! and Mnlloy. Kramer's nal cha TalbM'l were the decUl- n r - Kvamcr . s pi, wcl . clnc lle cid- tl- Rock, which will be one of the lrl f nc tors outstanding gatherings of sporls- j Do| ., s , !nrt of Mlan ,, won thc ^ '? .^/.'Sf- ....... .... ..... „ women's singles by downing Shir- T. A. McAmis, secretary of thc r fitate Game and Pish commission, defended a regulation prohibiting the taking of bass from March 15 to May 15. Mr. McAmis explained this was the spawning sea- r ljass ancl lllcy neeci pro " during this period. • Jy Caruthersville Tigers Qualify For Cage Letters >^ CoachjEmil Boepple of the Ca- rntherji^ille Tigers announced tlin mesnbers of the 1S-IG-47 basketball" tram tnat would receive letters lor thc past' season as follows: Budtiv Bennett, John Turnbow. Ja/ncssMiirphy, G. W. Fox, Harold Parkinson, James Haniby, Lee Dorroll, Bob Patterson, Bill Simmons an*! Kenneth Mick. Four..of these lettermen will return for next season, Coach Boep- plc said. T/innic I CnniS ley Fry of Akron, o., 6-4. (i-1. figurc-hcatl for the owners. deer's palate. Commission Secretary T. A. McAmis dispatched ;ieli[ men to Die arua, and their work will be to str " wbcrr y <"l"t "wUh other "choice mot ' scls - T "c offender., arc part of ?"'" " CCr , hc ^' Mt "" j " thc '«' <v ycnrs '" Mnrtlson Countv prcjudged the case. Thc comnils- - . . ~ sloner also asserted that the hcar-'tlds Basic Traini, Ings, which may lake three days, would 'oe held in "legal style" and that he proudly would not an- 1J ° Of nouncR a decision from his Chi- trainin •, eville. has voir/pleted basic cinnati liendquarlers for from 10' ReplacM---. "~ F — Jackson - S. C.. days to two weeks. ' . Their record--with losses only to Oklahoma A. ,1- M. :lm l DcPniil— speaks for itself. Utah's record is good t>ul not glittering. In regular season and tournament, they have won 18 ;,nd lost live. But their supporters point CALL" ment Training Center "INSURANCF UNITED INSURANCE ACENCY ^ O'v^r Guard J.walry »tof« i A. F. blETRJCH, M 9 r. Read Courier News Want Ada A Weak,Run-Down Feeling Is Of ten A Warning That Thc Red-Blood . Is Getting Low If you do not fed like your rent self, do not hnvo the urge to be up nnd doln^, why no t ch c ck -up on your l)lood strength? Look at thc palms of your hnnde, your llngcrnBlls, your lips, thc lobes of your cars—arc they pale tmd off color? Every dny—every hour—millions of tiny red-blood-cells must pour lorth from thc marrow ol yoiir bones to rc- thnse that nre worn-out. A low blood count may . t you In several MIAMI Fla ^[a^ch 24 _ mp> _ A ' f ' « l ' ucn ^ — 'Ui ) — tnat Jack Kramer is the boat amateur tennis player in thc I cal j y tcwlittieor scanty— thua thcFiom- U t, ,, , . it, ,j ' ich. will have llt.tlo mu«n tn r-nt Kr,il-o - fa., if'not in tnc world, was more 'Impressive than ever today as ex-' 1 :perts examined his easy- "irnimph -yesterday in th e University o[ Miami tourney. : Kramer defeated red-hot Billy •Talberfof \Vi1mington, Del., in thc -Tinal round of the singles, G-4, G-2. •Playing the best game of his ca- : ;reer, Talbert had reached the fi- ways: no nppeiltc.r undcrwolght. cncrgr, a run-down condition, lock or resistance to Infection nnd disease. To get rfillef you must keep up your blood strength. Merilckl authorities. by analysis of the blood, Imve by positive proot slio\vn tlmt SSS Tonic la acnazlogiy effective hi building up low blood strength In non-orennlc tititrl- ttonal anomia, This Is due to thc SSS Tonic JormulR which contains special anct potent activating Ingredients , A I BO - sss To , nlc nclp5 y° u e "J°y lhc food you eat by Increasing the gastric digestive Juice when it is have Httlo cause to with gas. bloat and give off that sour lood taste. Don't waltl Encrgtro your body with rich, red-blood. Start on S3S Tonic now As vigorous blood surscs throughout your whole body, greater trcshness M\t strength should mnXc you cat better sleep belter, feel better, work better play better, have a healthy color slow In yourfyXJn—firm He,sh nil out hoVow place?. Millions of bottles sold. Get i battle irom your drug store. SSS Ton! telpa Build Sturdy Health HERE'S AN INTERESTING JOB... There I f s_a career opportunity now for ^'qualified young woman at thc Telephone Company in Blythevillc. And no experience is needed 1 She must be 20 to 27 years old with college or high school education, pleasant voice and personality. She will handle busU ness transactions with the public from her desk in the telephone oiTicc. The position otters these advantages: * Pleasant working conditions * 528 a week to start with the opportunity of earning up to 5^2 a week after one year * *K)-hour week * Full pay while learning She must know how to type. A knowledge of shorthand is not ncccs5,iry, btu would prove helpful. If you are interested m a job with a future, please apply in writing, stntinj? full qualifications, lo the Telephone Manager at Blythevillc. Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Last Day Today! DEALERS: We're closing out our complete lino of all appliances: Radios, phonographs, healths, fans, irons, hot plates, stoves, hot water hca.'ers and many, many other articles of critical Set it and make your bid . . . bidder takes all, no itemized sales. Bids i accepted now and through Tuesday, March 25. APPLIANCES RADIOS — PHONOGRAPHS Make your bids now! Sale Day, Tuesday, March 25th Holland Auction Barn, Holland, Mo. POOLE MOTOR COMPANY Steele, Mo. Phone Steele 49 Open 0:30 p.m.; Show Starts 1 p.m. Last Time Today 'Two Sisters from Boston' with Katliryn Grayson, June Allysnn 1'arumounl News mill Sllorts Tuesday PAL .Nl'fE "Bowery Bombshell" Uilll The East Siilc Kitls Serial: ".lack Armstrong" Also Selected Shorts RITZ THEATRE , Ark. I.iisl Time Today THEY WIRE MARRIED, WE WANT OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY TO KNOW BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICK ANYWHERK! Reserved Scats on Sale at lite Legion Arena from 6 p. m. Every Monday ... ., ,. ADULTS 45c — CHILDREN 15c Monday, March 24 rrax in eluded) BOX SEATS lac EXTRA TAG MATCH :,. ROY WELCH and JOE WELCH ... versus STOCKY KNEILSEN and CHARLIE KEENE ; ALSO 2 1-FALl, 30 MINUTE MATCHES I Stocky Kneilsen Charlie Keene i. Roy Wekh Joe Welch Thai it w our ronslanl endeavor lo raise to the and practices of automobile merchandising. degree Ihe standards, ethics That \ve seek, through cooperative efforts lo local, state and national automobile dealers associations, the correction of any unfair ov unbusinesslike practices, That new cars arc being distributed fairly and equitably, with every consideration being jrjven to our community's interest. That new cars will be .sold at established pi-icos current at thc time of delivery, and no bonus payments or premiums of any kind will be accepted. Th.-il fair and reasonable value is given lor every used car taken in trade; while we hope customers having used cars will, ,'is in the l>asf, (ratle them with us (so w-^ in turn may supply more people with necdr.rl transportation) we will still make every effort to provide new ov used cars f« those not having cars to trade. Thai while we are glad to install special accessories (when available) which add to (be appearance, usefulness, comfort, and convenience of (he new car, no customer is required to purchase any extra equipment winch he does nol desire. That we arc doing everything in our power to help eliminate black market operations in our industry. That despite the continued critical shoriagc of new cars we are anxious at all times (o talk over with you your new car needs. That regardless of the termination of govern me nl regulations, affecting our business, we believe Ihe high standards herein expressed arc sound business principles, and we will be guided by them. That our business is being conducted t,r, a basis lo merit public confidence and respect.'' SHELTOI MOTOR COMPANY ROBERT FRAHK MORGAN GLUSOH • DOH RICE HURRY DWEHPORT F.KO Nevis and Short Tuesday "STEP BY STEP" with Laurence Ticrncy :uicl Anne .Iclfrcys KKO News anil Short 121 W. Ash St. Phone 438 New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT J^ Matinee Snlurtlay & Sunday Bo* Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. SaC-San, 1 p.m. Cont. Showing IiJist Time Today "HUMORESQUE" ivilh .loan Crawford. John <;.\r!irlil ticlctlcd Shorl ^nljjr^cls Tuesday "GAS HOUSE KIDS" mill IJilly l!ali>|> ami Itohrrl I.OHCIT Also Short Subjects

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