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February 23, 1945

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAGE SEX BLYTHEVILLB COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, FUUKUAUY 23, 19-15 Manila In 31 Contests 3 Recent Victories Over Air Fjeld Teams Boost Cage Record The Manila Independent Lions now have 31 victories lo their credit this season, thanks to three recent wins over teams from the : B!ythc- ville Army Air Field. \ > ; The Lions oiitscorcd the oillccrs team at the air field, 28 to 2.5, Tuesday night. This victory followed wins last week when the I^m; defeated a squadron learn* 1 from the base, 39 to 35 at Lost Cane gym and a squadron team at the base the previous Tuesday, 39 to 33. Manila baskcleers have lost but seven contests this season. Leading scorer for the Lions are Paul Deaton, forward who has accounted for more than 300 points this season, and Wayne Taylor. DC- Track Fans Await Tomorrow's Championship Games In Garden NEW YORK, Feb. 23. (UP)—Metropolitan track fans lire eagerly awaiting tomorrow night's American championship games in New York's Madison Square Garden. The huge Indoor arena hns teen the scene of three indoor track meets this season, the AAU, the Millro.sc Games and the New York A. C. Meet. None of these past shows brought forth any new champions or records and on Hie whole were rather dull things to watch. Veteran track performers like miler Jim rtnUeiiy and Jimmy Herbert of the COO-ynrd run, have been winning with a monotonous regularity. Yet, in dotiij; so, they Imvon'l even come close to slintterlnti old- lime marks, Tomorrow night's championship games arc likely to show a complete* reversal of form and Indications- now are that- there may be some new marks set, al least new marks ,..„ . I for the American Champion-shir fcnsive play of guards Wayne Wai- G!imcSi lace and Carl Threlkeld has been Army nm| Navy , s lxnm . ru | i r!ic k a big factor In the string of vie- te(m)5 Brc cn i crc[lt n ) )oi]t ;«j m ci lories, Other members of the squad stfot]g , o pnc)) s(]und> um , l])C two are James Samples, Trigger Wall, serv | ce teams are expeded lo wage H. D. Alston Jr., and James Vaster-1 omc WUcl . tatlles ti ira uehmit U\c games, The A, A. U. has ton jammed I wllh cnliT-.s from nil over the country. In several of the events spe- Iclnl afternoon heats will have to be run in order to get Ihe top performers sorted out for the main I race. A. A. U. clticlals predict thai the I 600-yard run will be one of the lop events of the night. They claim the NEW YORK, Feb. 23. (UP)—The Held now entered ii) the COO is corn- right ring takes, over tonight In parable lo any class that has CH- famcd Madison Square Garden In lered In Ihe 57 years that the chum- New York. plprishlp games have been held. Sugar Ray Robinson is slated to Lee Hofacrc of Duke University clash with Jake LaMotla in a 10- will be on hand. So will Jimmy Hcr- rbuhder that should furnish plenty tori, of the Grand Street Boys ami of thrills. LaMotta is from the Elmure Harris ol the Hhorc Athletic, Bronx and Robinson comes from club. Hnrlcin. | Navy has entered speedy Johnny The Harlem welterweight, often Caskoy and George Bergcr will wear called the uncrowned king of his Army colors, division, has an impressive win-1 All In all It looks like a top per- strcak—53 wins in 54 starts. This Is the third meeting t"> I v , rginln m)( , ]Inr()U , ,, Juf ,,. Mc tween LaMotta and Robinson, Sugar SIen Nclson . s E0 iu-dust Ray winning two and Jolting Jacob lw , n _ a , so r(Uc top lisllnB ,„ lhc f(l . OI!C - - •' , ,. . ,. . vorite bracket. Robinson wilt spot his loc at least Mom , , s i nmm t n( , s . lm turned 14 pounds but will enter the ring a tack Nelson m ft i 0 .|,ole playoll for 13-to-fivc favorite. lop mon0 y in the Oulfport, Miss., This-nmy be his last fight before ', Ray goes back into the Army. He| \ r ^', was released last Spring on a mcdi ormancc tomorrow night In Ihe 00-yard evenl and on the whole a lghly enjoyable American cham- -loiishlp show, Arkansas Coach May Get Higher Salary Figure LITTLE ROCK. Tel). M. (UP) — Slate Senator B. Frank Williams of Osceola wants tlic University of Arkansas to have a good football conch, ind he thinks a salary of more than $12,000 a year could turn tho trick. Williams yesterday Introduced n bill providing for a salary as lilKh as $12,500 n year for lhc head grid coach ut the university. It would authorize the board of trustees to set aside a sufficient percentage of football receipts (or what he terms mi "athletic Instruction fund" to be used as Ihe coach's salary. And trustees would be authorized to cn- Icr into contract of not more than ive years with a coach. Arkansas Briefs UTTLK HOCK.—The Arkansas IMibllc Service Commission has granted ail application by J. C. Frailer of Conway lo operate a bus line from Mhlvern (o (lie Carnilcii naval ordnance^ plant. However, Krazler must run Ills buses with closed-doors from Holly Springs to Hie plant—and 11:111 oirer.Uc for I lie duration anil i six months only. juries received In an accident last M:iy. LITTLE HOOK—The annual Arkansas handbook, edited by the Arkansas History Commission, Is ready Tor distribution. Commission Secretary Dallas T. Henderson says the booklet will be sent free to any requesting it. Temperatures high low Miami It Montgomery 58 *Jew Orleans 02 York -18 San Antonio C4 Savannah 77 ['ampa 19 Washington 57 Dallas SG Jackson r>3 Little Rock 51 Shreveport 55 I.ITTLK HOCK. — Attorney General Ouy Williams says county funds ean'J be used Ic- Rally to pay .salaries, fees and expenses of slate officials or lo support a .stale institution. Ills opinion went to Joe Newton of Itussellvlllc, director of the Po|ic County Welfare Department. .UTTLE KOCK—A I'ulaskl Circuit Court Jury lias granted judgment of 515,000 lo K. J. /ol llecoffcr of Alls, Franklin county. The former railroad brakeman had asked for $35,000 damages In his suit against the Missouri I'aciric Railroad for In- Atlanta ................ CO 35 Augiusta . . • ............ fi7 40 illrminBham .......... 54 31 Charleston ............ 12 50 Jliarlolle .............. 53 39 Chattanooga .......... 58 30 Chicago ................ 46 2 Cincinnati ............. 01 32 Denver ................. 44 21 Detroit ................. 43 31 Jacksonville ............ 85 5! Tallahassee ............ C9 4L Kansas Clly ............ 44 3 Macon .................. 55 3 04 i The following reports! were given 3(5 by the club captains: Jiminle Ban•M ! glicr, cotton captain, reported three 42 j In his group; Clifford Veach, pig captain, 12; Junior Lewis, calf captain, three; Lucille Lott. cookery captain, 15; Joyce Lutes, gardening NOW BREATHE FRIER i2 w "lropa In each n^slrJI sin ink membranes* cold Etuffcd noso opens. Ct»i- Doyle Brady Presides At Lost Cane Meeting A meeting of the Lost Cane 4-H Club was held Monday with Doyle Bradley presiding. The group sang, led by Bonnie Brady. St. Jos(, ASPIRIN 1 WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT ' and canning captain, five; Virginia Rhodes, clothing captain, 12; and Patsy Whitby, poultry captain, five, Keith J. liilbrey, county aecnU discussed the 4-H Basketball Tournament to be held March 1, 2, 3. binder. Jack Edwards is'coach. Joke Lamotta Ready to Meet Ray Robinson Club Reports Given A meeting of the Flat Lake -I-II 3luh was held Monday, with J. D. :wniels presiding and 3:1 club ncmber.s, five lenders'and one vls- ,tor present. 'Hie group sang, led by Jane Coulter, sonB captain. Hepoits were given by the following captains: Lowel Patterson, cotton cnptniii;;George. Wilson, pig captain; Peggy Hawkins, calf captain: Viola Burns, : clothing pap- lain; ami Hrizcl Hurst, poultry captain. • ' ' Kcltli nilbrcy, county agent, was present. ' ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS To increase flow of urine and . relieve irritation of thertladder from excess acidity in the urine Art you tuiferln* imntceisary dlttreii, b»eVtch*, run-down teetlng and diicora- fort from rxceii acidity in tha urine} At» you dUlurbed nEfhls by a frequtnt deilr* to r«» water* Then you should, know about tbat f»mou» doctor 1 ! ditcov«ry — DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT — tbat thousand! f*y fives blrned relief. Swamp Root Ii * carefully blended, combination ol IS herbi, roots, vegetables, baliam*. Dr. Kilmer 1 * It not ha rah or habit-forming In • nv- way. Muny people «*y ft* marf*l«ui «f7«cf U truly amailnf. Send for free, prepaid tampl* TODAY! Lilt, tbouundi of others you'll b« ( Ud *b»l you did, Send narae and •4dre|» to D«partm«nt D, Kilmer & Co., Inc., Box 1255, Stamford, Conn. Offer limited!. 5«nd »t »nc*. All druifliU icll Swamp Root. . | KNETRO HOSE DROPS Just Back From Eastcr]i Markets —New Shipments of ANTIQUES AND GIFTS Arc Arriving- Dally—Come In And Sec Them! The Gift Shop Modern A Antique GUI* MOSS BRYAN Lift thai Mortgage! $10 a month Inverted In o policy now may on* day hold your family together—in their own hotni, R. L. SHE'RRICK Box 985, Rlytheville ^pr.nnli'.ig THE MUTUAL 1IFI 1NSIRANM COMPANY ol NIW YOU 14 H»*itu I Ii MI, N»w Yoik Clly Courier News Wanl Ads. Ycstorclny the pros tried'lo Unic .up for the tourney by imrlicliml- ' Ing In H»e pro-nmntcm- iireludc. been ordered up for re-exnraina- \ R ^ however, whipped most of " on - I them, including par. Eighteen holes arc scheduled for today and tomorrow with n final 3G holes slnlcd lor Sunday. Pensacola Open Golf Tournament To Begin Today PENSACOLA, "Fin., Feb. 23. (UP) —The top shotnmkeii in golf's \Vinter brigade tee of! today in Pcnsn- cola's 56500 War Bond, Open golf tournament. Eighty ot the nation's top players have entered 1 tr.c Ploridu event. 52' professionals and 28 simon pares. Toledo's pride of the (airways, Lord Byron Nelson, has been installed ns the man to bent In the 72-hole event. ..Slumming' Sam Sncad of West |Be\yare Coughs :: from common colds ; \....rrn 1 !..- L ~wj--~^-~--ff-> lhat Hang Un Crcomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble lo help loosen and expel perm laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like lhc way It quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. >, CREOMULSION for Couchs. Chest Colds. Bronchitis HowVo Wsi iJ/tOBCt . r" •dectlve \ >m dls- > AFEWDROfS Quickly Rellene Distress ol HEAD COLDS! Il'S SO CBS; prompt.cflect! relief from dls> . . tress ot head colds with Va-lro-nol! Works right where trouble is to reduce congestion - soothe Irritation - make breathing easier. Also helps prevent many colds from developing If used in lime. Trylt! 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Navy ROCKET PLANT AT C a m d e n, Ark. t APPLY AT YOUR NEAREST UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT OFFICE All Hiring in Accordance With \VMO Regulations Open 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 New Theater! Manila's finest OVEN 1 EACH EVENING MATINEES' SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT 1 O'CLOCK Buy War Bonds (In Our Lobby Anytime) And Keep Them! Friday SAN DIEGO, I LOVE YOU" with Jon Hall & Louise Albrilton Serial &, Short Saturday SAGEBRUSH HEROES" with Charles Slarrell Serial & .Short Friday and Saturday 'Wyoming Hurricane 1 willi Kussell ilayilcn, Alma Carroll, and Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys Serial: "The Phantom" Short Saturday Midnight Show 'The Falcon Out West' with Tom Conway A Barbara Hale Selected Shorts Saturday OWL SHOW "MY BUDDY" willi IJonalil Berry & Kulh Terrjr Selected Shorts Sunday & Monday "WINGED VICTORY" Moss Hurl's All Army Cast Cinema Scnsalion Fox News & Short CHICKASAWl West Main Near 21st St. Sal. starts 12:45; Sun. starts 1>45| Night shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens 6:45 Continuous shows Sat. and Sunday and Monday RUSH SERVICE DRY CLEANING! ... We will have the first 100 garments brought in for rush dry cleaning service ready by Saturday night! . . . This one day cleaning will receive the same careful handling that distinguishes all Friday and Saturday Double Feature JTHE LONE STAR TRAU with ohnny Mack Brown & Tes Ritte| and "GANGWAY FOR TOMORROW" with Robert Ilyan A- Margo • Seriul: ."The Baiman" I'opeye Comedy of our work. * * * * HUDSON Released Ihrough RKO Radio Pictures, Inc DIrecled by Ellioti Nugenl .t 1 Aisocfole Producer Don HortrtiarV /) Orplna(Scr»tri Flay by Dan Harlaia V y \ Paramuunt News Shorls I will pay you TOP CEILING PRICES for laic model, clean cars. Sec a man who lias given you fair dealings for 18 years. .... I.c.v Chamblin Sunday and Monday "The Road to Morocco"! with Hing Crosby, Bob Hope & Dorothy Lamour Universal News Comedy RIT THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAY NIGHTS Box OHIc* Opens 7:15—8h«w BU at 7:39, SATURDAYS ft BUNDATB Cox Office Opeoi 1 Show BUrta 1:11 ^^••••••••^^^•••^^^^^^^^^^^•^^ Last Time Today "VALLEY of the SUN' ilh Lucille Ball ;uitf James Cral 'AKAMOUNT NEWS & COMED| Cleaner-Tailor-Clothier UNITED LIQUOIIS — LITTLi; UOCK We have a complete REPAIR SHOP staffed by competent me-; chanic.s . . . Also good stocks ot" parts and accessories. Bring us your repair work. . . . Gene Osbornc Service Manager. \Vc have several late model cars in good condition on our used car lot. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Ash & Railroad Sts. Ph. 2195 Saturday "ROBBERS OF THE RANGE" with Tim Uoll 5lli Chapter of While COMEDY Saturday OWL SHOW "LIVING GHOST" with James Dunn, Joaii Woodbui| COMEDY Sunday and Monday "CASANOVA BROWN'I willi Gary Cooper, Teresa Wr!si| KKO NEWS anil COMEDY

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