The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1931 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 13, 1931
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Youthful Slar of Dashes .'Straight Licking; Alh- - Ictics auc! Senators Win. "The St Louis Cardinals lost lh':ir tliird straight slart against 'Boston Braves ycslcrday while ilu-; Now York Cilnnls moved nearer I .IP I National leaders wilh n victory ov- , (T the Pirates. In the American league the Athletics beat the Browns ar.d'lhc F-n-1 ators followed suit with n win over | • tiie Indians. .'Boston was the winner of n 1 tn 5 struggle with the Red Bird* : ^ ; " ing three runs in the last Ho Innings only to lote. The Ilraves ij.-.t to Grimes in the first three Innings while Franklionse and Zachury rr=- cued Brandt in the final Innine.'. Berger hit n home run. 'Flic New York Giants walloped the Dues nt Pittsburgh. The score was 8 to 2. ntzslmmons pitched shutout ball after the first. Inning. Leach crashed a four base blow. Oil got. four lilts. Kramer was the losing hurlcr. After losing four straight. games the Brooklyn Robins turned on the Cincinnati Reds yesterday and won n 3 to 0 decision. Wat Claik's Eoulh- paw pitching held the Reds down. Lucas scattered the Robins' t^ree inns over as many innings but his males failed to count runs for him. . Wcs Swcclland pitched the Cubs to a victory, over the Phillies nt Chicago, 1 to 4. The Phils got off to nn early lead but were li;ld safely the rest of the way while the Bruins gradually moved ahead. The Washington Senators won their seventh successive game at Hi; expense of the Cleveland Indians - Friday. The score was 1 to 1. Fisch er .went the route for Waxhlnglon. Wcs Fcrrell was tl'.e losing litirU'r. Roy Mahaffey let the St. lan'.v. Browns down with four hits raid . the champion Macks easily won by ' a 6 to 2 score. The Athletics cinched the game In the fifth and seventh inhm'gs. ;cofIiiy>.rL r was Ih; losing hutier .•'••• .'''''' Tha/Yankees nil ,thn ball hair' to'.bcal'the Chicago While Sox. Tne "score was .11 to'2. Gehrlg and Chapman hit; homers, Geiirlg's coining with Riilir'niirbasc: Henry Jolinsnu eave,->ip four'-hits.'McKaiii-\vfis th: losSrig^hurler. '-• _ ' Jack " Hiisscli and George Uhle hooked up in a pltchcis' duel at • Boston arid the lied Sox bent the TiRers, >3 to 1. The Tigers managed for only three hits oil P.tisscll but TJhle was almost as siinsy. Biting only five hits. HOW THEY STAND Birmingham W. 41 Cliatlnnocgu Atlanta 20 N.:w Orleans W- l.itilc Reck 27 Memphis 27 Mobile '•!!•> Nr-.jJiville 23 OOKS American T.caj:uc W. Millnclelphlii Washington New York . Cleveland .. St. • l.onls ... Chicago .... Hosloii nd'roit .552 .500 [ AM .4V.I .401 PH. .75(1 .(M7 i .555 .500 .Mil .Ml DO VOU KNOW THAT— Lurry Oimhnnl. wlio recently i\;is awarded the Uig Ten mc<lal ul N'jrlhwesU'in for outstanding alhlptU 1 achievements, is n tmhful yoiiiii; man. . . . When a pi'elty co-ed speaks to him he blushc'.s ... He played end for Ihi.T years nn tin- varsity, ill's:,inij tnity two of the major Rames mi iiccounl of Injuries. ... He played rust base for the Purple and was its captain this ycai . . . For four year.' his Ki.ulrs wine ''A-mir.tis ( " which is abnut us good as you can get ... Prcsliltnl of the senior class . . . president of Dem. honorary Junior society'. . . . . member of Eta Sl(;ma Phi, honorary national classical fraternity . . . voted most popular man in senlnr . . voted man who hail done most for his cullece .... Some guy! A ftsMWJ Irt : ii'dfiLD OF ENGWEERING- HE KAStoJ RA!LRoM>$ U «AOE H.'M MILLIONS- w vs BECAME wTeas W BCWSG LIKE fe Liilfe EX RiCKfcRP IS A STICKLER. fbfL R TUB 6AME-Hg [S THE NiEb peode- 'i- HE NC>6iSoM SqtlAJS CF MA,I"O(JS - HIS spread into seven states the orp,an- bntion .promoting the Sclnneling- ' SATURDAY, JUNK Caklwell Qiicks Turns Back and Travelers Natlnti:".! 1.e:\Riio W. 30 28 28 New York Chicago Bcston 25 lirocklyp 23 Philadelphia 20 Cincinnati 17 p Senath to Oppose Sox Here Sunday .521 ,-tno .438 .4Jli 18-Year Olf! Pasrulcna Stu- dont Is U, S. Threat for Olympic Honors. 'BV DAN THOMAS I'ASAllENA, • Colif., June 12.— iK- ijliost of Chailey Piicldock. r:ii<jir known as tliir world's fastest humon. may carry the red, white and l)lm> shield of the Unltud States to victory In the 100 and MO-mttcr darl)c<i nf th^ Olympic SniRfs 10 be held In Los Angclr-s ni'Xl veal 1 . \ Alvln r'itch. senior nt Pasadena HJuh Jiohon!, is tlv? lad nr/A 1 '.'.iraimi'd to follow In the footsteps nf his ruinous predecessor. And he hus an even better Mnrl thur. Piidilcck. who also was a student at Pasadena High bin who ncvav attracted murh lUti-ntion In tra:-k tircles' until after, he entered the University of .Southern California. Unofficially, Pitoli already lias •quailed the world's record in the ICQ-yard dash, licing clocked at 3 f>-10 .seconds by three timer. 1 ! on one- occasion. And ho lias consistently negotiated the distance in lr',s than 10 fr-concls this spring. Filch !>, blond and fast but those are tho only ways in which ho can Ix: compared to Paddock. Charley Is short nml ha.s-absolute- ly no form when It comes to run- nliip;. Coaches always were ptiz- /'.}cl over his remarkable sliced in the face of that discrepancy. Filch Is a lanky youth, being about six feet- tall and 'Weighing 1GO pounds. And he has excellent form. According to coaches who have watched ll"! youth run, he will crait'.ially do belter In the 220-yard ili'iii than In the century, just ns 'Paddock showed up better in the onger sprint. Paddock was slow n starting hut ho gallwcd speed is he went alonn and hnd a ter- Ific 'leaping finish which was the nain feature of Ills running. Fitch starts cxccntlonally Jasl" for a •oulli of his sl/e but the domln- iling factor in his speed is an •xlraordinary stride of about 10 'eet, considerably longer than the stride of most sprinters. U is this stride, according to experts, thnt will n:nke him outstanding in'the J20-yard. dash as soon as he develops sufficient stamina to tva- vcrse tin; distance at top s|Med. Filcli probably will enter Stanford University next fall, his father being an alumnus' of that, school Bui slndents mul nlumni of Southern California already are trying to convince him that- theli instllution is the better nf the two. Beat Crax in Tcnlli. Kcrtn Who Stayed When.the Nnticnal League teams went south and west in HID spring- lime, 77 young men good and truo. no less, were taken along, most of them Just for the ride. Of tliisc, just seven have established definitely their right to stay "up there.' pf .the seven, perhaps the job drawn by Johnny Vcrg??. was most difficult. Mr. McGrnw is a very exacting person about third .base; he played there himself and has a pretty fair idea of what It's all about. Besides, that Infield of the Giants ste|is around at u pretty lively clip. But Verge* fittec into it perfectly. The young man is one who takes things calnil> as they come, whether a fast- breaking, spitlcr or a swlshim grounder along the base line. !!'_ refiiscd to become excited or chesty He has been hitting .300 consistently and fielding in scnsaticna fashion. * * * B«lr, the Broadcaster Another Giant rookie Is John . Berly, who sneaked away from t'" Cards' farm at Rochester, lie ha won a regular pitching assijnnicn by his recent good games. Berly an Vergez are different types. Berl leans a bit .toward the Grimes dis position, which is to tell the worl that'he's a tetter man than I an Dizzy Dean, and all about how he' going to make the visitors thin they are anemic flagpole sitter carrying the Vassar Daisy Chai in a high wind. Red WortMngton has added world of punch to the Braves. Her Is another that Branch Rickey a lowed to gel oft the honk, the Cn:- dlnals figuring Ihey had onoug'r outfielders. Red is only 24 and is, a natural .300 hitter, a sure crowd An independent ball club from Scnath, Mo., will invade Dlytheville tipping mil n rlnmmy .371. A pret- (Sunday for -a game at. FJaley Field fair country baiter! And. while U-uh the Blylheville Red'Sox. \m Is no Speaker In (he outfield. | The Hose have been improving manages lo hurl himself under steadily for the past two weeks a fly ball no\v and then. Pepper Martin, recalled by the iirtJiuah from liochesler. has been ! Sen all i racepl that Ihe Missouri- ivnllopcd Hrickey here Tlmrsduy bj a one-sided score. Little is known of ireatcnln? to steal Donlhlt's job, Inch is sufficient rccommeirlation least to get him into one of the g league hrittce games, tils frame a bit suggestive of Fatly ans dropped a game to Manila las week. The regular lineup of the Hose Including Young, Whitworlh. MMir- le. Wright and Thrasher, who have COMMISSIONER'S SAI.K Notice is hereby given that the 11. but he Is not the siilinnavy! been lilttini: the ball consistcnlly. •]>e. A husllev.' and anothsr sure ! will lie ready for play. Wright o; "Spot Reid will likely imrl for Bly- lheville. The same Is scheduled to begin at 3:30 o'clock. rowd jileaser. When th? great •cakcnrd, Johnny Hack Moore bor- owed his glove and went, lo pa- rol center fi.-ld for the Cubs. Ifr not a great batler. ns averages 1 R.VI.EM. Ore.. (UP)—There are i>. hut usu-.lly can bruise t!:e oft.'r- 11.473 real estate dealers in Oregon. In a pinch. As an outfielder he I'.'03 less than at this time last year, rave's far and fast. j _ GAMES TODAY -Southern T.caguc. Memphis at Birmingham. Little Hock al Atlanta. New Orleans at Chattanooga. Mobile at Nashville. as STARS or APT IT'r.S" Hn you advise a br»hmrr to slart n by pl.iyii-s the j;.iinr, iir is it lirst !o Icarn something about tl.s rnu- .laiiientals first? American I.caRuc Chicago at New York. SI. Louis at Philadelphia. Detroit at Boston. Cleveland at Washington. By all means, learn to. swiivr th? club first. The beginner should net ;o near a golf ronr.v until !•? inr o:ne idea of bow to hit the bill. By practicing first he will i;uihl \;y National League. Boston at St. Louis, liiooklyn at Cincinnati. New York at Pittsburgh. Piiiladrlphia nt. Chicago. undersigned commissioner. In compliance wilh Ihe lerms of a decree rendered by Ihe Chancery Court foi the Chiekasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 1511 1 day of May. 1031, wherein Ameri can Bldg & Loan Ass'n. and W. L Djlony. Truslcc, were Plaintiffs, No 41121. and N. W. Tranlham and Lois Tranlham were Defendants, wil sell nt public auction to the highes and iK'st bidder, on a credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House, between (he hour prescr.jcd by law. In the City a Blylheville. Arkansas, on the till V of July, .1931, Ihe following al estate, lo-wit: Lot Nine. Block Three. Ruddle Heights Addition to Blytheville. Mississippi County, Arkansas. Said sale will be had to fatisf: id decree In the sum of Sl.'140.55 ilh 10 per cent Interest from Apr! t, 1931. The purchaser at said sale will b red to execute bond wilh ap roved security, to secure the pay- icnt of the purchase money, and lien will be retained upon said Oixrty as addilion .scciuily for the ayinent of such purchase uiomncy. Witness my hand ond the <n>al o[ aid Court, on this, the 13th day of une, 1931. U. L. GAINES. 1-20-27 Commissioner in Chancery. COMMISSIONKK'S SAM: Notice is hereby given lha: tin a confidence that will add improve' ! undersigned commissioner, in coai- ment. more rapidly to his n:'r:i" pliancc with Ihe terms of a dccrei Beginners ought to rcalvo that rendered by the Chancery Court foi they hinder a first class plaver 0:1 ""'" *" "'"""" "' """ : ' the lints by not being ab'.e tc play fast enough, need of ruining There is no a pood n'ayer's the Chlckasaivba District of X sippi County, Arkansas, on the 1M1 day of May.. 1931. wherein Amfri Same because your -own is „ Congestion on our links today l? the direct result of poor ptavhiif. plus poorer etiquet. If you Ks" invite those behintin to come through. Keep clcsc to the group ahead anri Pleaser. and his spikes dig a lot S^^? t^i.!?*^ ^ra^s Wither"; 1 Wes "" ""'" ^ M " ™=<- ' Schulmerich', the former football sta'K With Los Angeles, last year. Wes trounced the apple for a nmrk of .377, and while he hasn't been that high this year, .333 isn't so poor for a young man just trying to get along. The nitrior that Wes caught fly balls' on top of his head also has proved to be unfounded. 'Bwts'In' .'• The fullte Phils have been making it hard for the leaders this year '• with the help'pf Buzz Arletl; a sort of .Nillontl League edition of Babe ,• Ruth.'Buzz,, • tolling m the Coasl Conouerer of Jones Barred From National OMAHA. Neb.. (UP) — Johnn> Goodman, who worked his into the ftoHinp; linicilsht b Tcaling Bobby Jones in the 1029 by de" can Bldg. & Loan Ass'n. and \V. L Dclony, Trustee, were Plainlid^. No 4P64. and J. J. Gtllcss. et al \ven Defendants, will sell at public auc tion to the highest and besi bi:l:lei on a credit of three-months, at th front door of the Court Hou=e. be tween the hours prescribed by in the City of Blythcville. on the llth day of July, 1M1, th following real estate, lo-v.i;. The East Twenty-five '."; cf Lot Three, Block One. Sunrise Addition to Tilythcvillc. Mississippi County, Arkansas. Said sale will be had to satis said decree in the sum of <!.-i30.f with 10 per cent Interest from N vember I, 1930. The purchaser at said Jalc will v amateur tournament match, has' required to execute botKl with a been barred from coinp^tln? in lhe!l )roven ' security, to secure lii» pa national open meet at Toledo July! nienl of the purchase monev. nud With,. Ray Caklwell's anclcni magic as balllli'iR as'ever, the Birmingham Barons let the Mi'inphU Chicks down wilh a 4 to 2 at Birmingham yesterday. The league leading isirniinghain club scored three runs-In t!ie sixth after being held scoreless for five Innings by' Walter Beck. They foi lowed wilh one more in ihe eighth. Every man in the Baron linei'.p hit safely at least once. .Little Koek's Travelers defeated i the Atlanta Crackers 4 to 3 al Atlanta in 10 Innings. The Pebbles got 12. hits with the winning nm being counted in the ninth. Hughes was Ihe winning pitcher and Messenger the loser. Shirley hit a hoiiie run. Collecting'a total of 25 hits, thi Mobile Marines swamped the Susli- ville Vols under a 20 (o 0 score at N'ashville. The Marines scovej in ., every inning but the third and • fifth. Owens refused to let up on the Vols. limiting them to six hits. Hutson hit a home run. The New Orleans* Pelicans \oucii- i Kl Raglaud for only five hits and ' Ihe Lookouts won n 5 to 0 decision over the Birds. Red V/lngo. ikout. fielder, knocked out a pair nf home runs. The victory was the fifth straight for the Lookouts. when Tex Richard died, il was lite us LI $15 a week teamster widely predicted that the 'day of Colorado railroad bi:ilding project, nillion dollar pri?.e fight gates was had lifted himself into the front ;oue forever. For so great was the ranks of'construction engineers. He ustcr of. that mighty showman, it Had built railroads through the was hard to imagine anybody step- ,• rocky heights of the Andes and had >lug Into liis..iole of suiter-pro-' planned ami constructed dams and notcr. I canals in Panama. He had made . Slribling fight'-in Cleveland. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi Count)', Arkansas, on the 15lh day of May, 1931. wherein American Building & Ix>an Ass'n. and W. L. Delony, Trustee, were Plaintiffs. No. 4944, and Jack E. Wilson. Grace Wilson and Daley R. Hill were De . How he finds time to give sumuch f c "f. a " l =-. **"'**" f 1 *"^™'"™ attention to the staging of toxins to thc ™° hfestt . and best bidder, on ° J a credit of three months, at the The Madison Square" Garden Cor- 1 millions. But - (lie cynical sons of wrntion of New York- shortly after slug wanted to be shown .what' he imionnced that n William P. Carey could do in the fight business. vould carry on as its president. No- j In the short lime since Rickard body in. the boxing world had ever I passc( , m> Cnrey has bid fair w icard of him. But m finance and engineering his fame vitle. was world- rr . , ,, if >,ol surmount the feats- of the colorful "Tetlgc." The • clear- show. 1 ; is a matter of wonder to those,' who 1 Know .the' other .large projects in financial fields he still' directs. He saw his first fight, or ''boxing contest" as he now insists they're called, when Dempsey knockeu oil'. Carpentier in Boyle's Thirty Acres. He became interested in the sport and when the chance came lo be- Carcy, .who' had siartcd out in headed and forceful Irishman has sist. come a part of it. he could not re- seventccn. in Mississippi County. Arkmisas-Blytheville, Arkansas. Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree in the sum of $898.80. with 10 ix?r cent, interest, from .February 1st. 1031. The. purchaser at said, sale will be required "to execute bond with approved security, .to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon snld property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. I Witness my hand and the seal cf I said Courl, on this, mo 13th day of said decree in the sum of SM04.72, with 10 per cent interest from Nov. 1st, 1930. The purchaser at snid sale will be required to execute bond with ap- prov«l security, to, secure the payment of the purchase money, and a lien will lx> retained'upon said property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, on this, the 13 day of June. 1931. . R. L. GAINES, . 13-20-21 Commissioner' in, Chancery. June, 1831. R. L. GAINES. 13-20-21 Commissioner, in Clnncery. •COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms of n decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 15th day of May, 1931. wherein American Building & Loan Ass'n. nnd W. L. Delony, Truslee, were Plaintiffs. No. 4803, and J. 'J. Gilless, et al were Defendants, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, .on a credit of three months, at [he front door of. the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, in the City of Blytheville, 'Arkansas, on the llih day of July 1931. wit: the following real estate, to- lien will be retained upon said prop- Failure to send his formal ap-jcrly as additional security lor the plication to headquarters Iwfoia I payment of such purchase money. - .. ...--- May 19 barred Goodman, he wasi Witness my hand and the seal of «, amassed 237 home runs in advised. Golf officials icfiiEcd his said Court, on this, the 13th day -.-..' .WPt. y**T:'The other day the bat- plea thai he uas. in ignorance of of ,lnne, 1931. R. L. GAISES /:•:• tlrif »Tet»?<!8 (Jwived liim to bf I the-.rules is-PO-37 Cni.iintiuiniK r In riunrny COMMISSIONER'S SAI.K Notice is hereby given tint the ndersisncd commissioner, in corn- fiance with the terms of a decree endercd by the Chancery Conn for ho Chickasnwba District, of MLs ippi County. Arkansas, on the ^av of May. 1931. wherein Amerian Hldg. & Loan Ass'n. and W. L Dolony. Trustee, were PlainlilTs. Mo :8ffS. nnd Mrs. Mary Henley, el nl VITC Defendants, will tell at niiK'.j auction to the highest and besi bidder. on a credit of three months, at he front door of the Court HOITO. between llic hours prescribed by I aw. in the City of Blylhcvill?. ,\r-1 ;.insos. on the llth day of July.; 1S31, the following real eMaie -awit: Beginning nt the Southeast corner of G. W. Richardson's lot and the South corner ol W. D. Henley's store !ot nm thence South 13C 1-3 feet tn slflkc. thence East Ro'i fee; to l| slake; thence North HO fi-et io sUike; thence West 13 1-3 f rr i to place of beginning, saaic tx- Ing carved wit of the N*orlt:c;n: quarter of Northeast qu.iucr ol Section seventeen. Tonnsinp ni- tccn North. Range eleven Fast; Also beginning at the Nr.rth- cast corner of G. W. Dici-arrt- son's lot and run Ihcncr South 16 rods to » stake; thence Kav. 100 feet to stake; thence N'ortli 16 rods to stake; thence Wes; 100 feet lo place of bc?.:iuipV the suirling point is o:i'..,vt!(«i il line between Sections r;uhi ni>d '• ll Lot Four, Block Six, 'Ruddle Heights Addition to Blythcvillo, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Said, sale will be'had to satisfy remiired Jo e.tecute bond 1 wilh approved security, to secure the payment of Ihe purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said properly as additional security for the front door of the Courl House, between the hours prescribed by law, in the City of Blylheville. Arkansas, on the llth day of July. 1931. the • following real estate, to-wit: ., • Lots Seven and Eight, Block Three of the Ruddle Heights Addition to Blytheville, Missis- • sippl County, Arkansas. 4 Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree in the sum of S1.S85.45. with 10 per cent interest' from May 1st. 1931. The purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with ap- proved'security, to secure the"j«iy- ment of the purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said prop- payment of such purchase money, j erty as additional Security for the Witness my hand and the seal of | Payment of such purchase money, said Courl, on this, the 13th day June, 1931. R. L.'GAINES. 1 I - 0( l Witness my hand and the seal of ] said Court,' bn this, the 13th day of June. 1931. R. L. GAINES. 13-20-27 Commissioner in Chancery 13-20-27 Commissioner in Chancery. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given'that the undersigned commissioner.- in compliance with the terais- of a decree by the Chancery Courl for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas on the 15th dti\ of May. 1931. wherein American Building i: Loan Ass'ii. and W. L. Delony. Trustee, were plaintiffs No. 4307 and J. L. Flake, Laura Flake and J. P. Flake were Defendants.! will sell at. public auction to the | highest and best bidder, on a cjred>l of three months, at the front door | of the Court House, between the. hours presented by law. In the City | of Blytheville, Arkansas, on the llthj day of July, 1931. .tlio following real 1 estate, tcxwit: > | Lot Nineteen, in Block "B" of j the Joe P. Pride Subdivision to j Blylheville.. Mississippi County. I Arkansas. • • Sakl sale will be had to satisfy | said decree In the sum of $1,474,18.: with 10 per cent interest from Fcb- , ruary 1st, 1931. ' ; [ The purchaser at said sale will be > Don't Accept Any Old Gasoline NOTICE! To Those Owing Dodson FurnituieCo. It is important that you come in at the olcT.Dod- son Furniture Co., or the Hubbnrd Furniture Co. at once and see about your account. These accounts have bc«n purchased by the Hulibnrd Furniture Co., and you must make your arrangements right-away for taking care of them. Important That You Come In At Once . G. G. HUBBARD Consider your cars lienlth. No mailer liow fine n car—if it isn't put on a sleacly diet of good R;IK it's hound to ail Former or later. Good "Gasoline Need Not Re Expensive Our gasoline is making new friends daily by its Cine performance. If you arc technical minded, let .us show you some distillation sheets. 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