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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 25, 1940
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MGE SDL BLYTHRVILLE (ARK.) COUIUKR NEWS ByA Matter Of Inches Youngsters Wlio Once Played Here. Are Being j Looked Over j By J. I'. FRIEND I Northeast Arkansas Leasue'grtid-1 uates are culling a few capers in Various baseball spring. traiuln° tiiijip.s. ' ' Heading the list is Tommy Turn- j er, young catcher . of the Chi:-ago , White Sox. Drafted last fall from the.Houston (Texas) Buffs of the' Texas League nfler a sensational season, (he former Carulhcrsville .backstop has been so Impressive that Manager Jimmy Dykes already 1ms assured him he hns earned a berlh and will be taken back to the windy city us third suing catcher. He is given :i (jood chance to bent out Ken Snvestrl .as'chief assistant to Mike Tresh vvho is expected to be the No. I cnlcber. Turner caught for the pennant- winning -Pllols in 1936 and again in 1J137. ALso prominent in the Sox camp is Lou Leiter, who was bought from the Jone.sboro White Sox before (he 1939 campaign was over. Leiler I lias been sharing first base duties J with regular Joe Kuhel and while' he has been coming through with 'his share of (he base knocks in the Grapefruit League. games, he appears to have lltlle chance of sticking jvith the Pale Hose tills season. He probably will be sent to a Chicago farm for more seasoning. He banged, the agate nt n hefty .330 gait wllh Joncsboro and was .considered (he class of Hie loop first basemen. . Reiser Improves Over til Clearwaler, Kin., Harold Reiser, erstwhile Newport Cardinal, is not setting the Brooklyn Dodger rcaiiin afire with his liltting as he .-'did ..-last, spring.-Bui lie Is doing all .right at Hint. He has been working hard to overcome a batting' weakness thai cropped out alter .he banged, out eight straight hits and created a minor panic In the'.' season. A year in Hie minors lias steadied his fle.WIng and he appears to have more- poise. Brooklyn officials expect to move him up in their chain this summer. : rul% a rhi) Manager Doc Prothro is hard pressed for pitchers for his Philadelphia Phillies and Is giving every hurling candidate an 'opportunity to come 'through. Included is a former Blythevnle Cllrmt, Thomas Piillig; A protege of Travis Jackson, Pullig was bought by the Phils after winning H games for Texarkana test year. He hns worked in several exhibition games so far (Ills - spring and did very.well considering .his -limited experience. He wiw with the local' Giants'part of the 1937 season, winning 4 and losing 10 before being sent home with n sore arm. He latev was released and caught on Vith Hot Springs lo be seiii ; to Paragould ivliere he finished 'ihe 1938 campaign. Because of a previous agreement with Ptirn- gould , officials he drew his release at the.end'of the season and signed with Texarkana. Ex-Giaiils Draw Attention Pour other ex-Blytlieville Giants have, been showing-well. They arc Steve .Tramback, Thomas: Gorman and William "Dutch" Von Almcn, nil pitchers, and Prank Mnuniso' catcher. All but M-incuso nre in the New York Giants training' camp at Winter Haven. Pla. Tramback has been especially outstanding. Dubbed the "boy wonder" by sport scribes covering the Giants, the redhead lias been king- ing the ball at a lively clip. Because of his hitting and lack of speed on .his fasl fail, Ste\'e has been assigned to first base by Mamger Bill Terry. Memphis Bill has been loud in his praise of Tramback and says he should be ready for (lie majors In a year or so. He has been assigned to Jersey City with instructions to play first. Against Louisville Sunday Steve rapped out three hits. Terry is also sweet on Gorman and expects the 2M-pomid southpaw to eventually be chunking 'em at the Polo Grounds. He turned Gorman over to Coach prank "Pancho" snyder who will attempt to iron out pitching faults. Mancuso May stick Von Ahnen, the side arm hurlor '"s improved his control B ivt is tafthnj the opposition as a ,„„„. bei of the Jersey city club Man- FOR SALE SPECIAL BARGAINS B room cottage on Kentucky Nice home close in. Price $1550' S250 cash, bal. $15.00 month, inch hilerest, laxes and Insurance. E Davis. 7 room stucco. $1150.1 month. Possession to- r only seven off rookie pitch- LOS -ANGELES, Calif,, March IONTMY, MARCH 25, -«-iM»MM -/mur^iM, (jam,, March] Tjprnp (25. .Ul'j—The Uhlcago W,h!lc Box' 1 I 111 I til i loolt " '"'"''"i 1 loliil >' wliilu their J | I lULIIU j^Ity ""''I*. ">e Cute, met ihe Us: MFFT 00(lCfp^iiiF""" rK ^^^^^^ llflLLI UuUULhUi The victory wa: willi .1 7 to :j vie- Today's Sport Parade »T HENRI" Returns From War I ftp as Ihc jsevenlli in snciT.-.Mtm lor the Cute. They used l?/i,l I? . T II I viainii- i-asseiiu nncl Lmy French!' 01 ' the rehabilitation i IW.CJS tWilll'll rrom Havana; | to win over tlie KOX. l-elc Applctnn ' phchers Ls about irmly Pl'Olliro's Phils PhsK i* 1 "' ""' 1 "' S '" 1! 1>iu ' 1 "'''- ; smother>le eiire. ' ! "' " roontii or so, 1 feel quilt Volhro's Phils Clash! Will] Indians WEST i'Af.M UKACir, f-'ia., Mur -'•>-- <Uj'>~The C'intin.-nli rteds vni. U'hcdiileiJ to uitot the nasties- ,,„, to. Ked Wings o! ihe ImernalloHal V;!' 1 ,',. ' jL I league today.The Hcds -.•losi-tl their ',; '.., ,,,;,, -->'•- li'::j».J., tllKi _, I-'la,, .March y,v. (UP/ i -Tin: Ne.v York Yu.-.kcc foundiitlon | the rehabilitation of iuiien about rmdy lo cited in /.AKW.A.NU, Pla., Miireh 25.. UP) sa.e in iinnouMtlng/pluifcn'r No'''^!" - -The ui'iioli risers .wo action on-; one l/'c Giissom, will be completely ,,.„ hunts Uxtay, one .squad going • healed. Proof Hint (ho renowned .0 jii-arwiiter lo engage Hie lirook- Yankee cure was progressing in i i>,i Dmlgcys agnh while another Orlssom's case was furnished on ...i-u.. milin.o of the lilUM national -datiiraay by Giissom himself when - , bctl!> ll1111 1)Hc1 """ OJ rjttk he pitched" five scoreless timings' apiece by ngainst the St. I,ouLs Cardinals. bounding into the stretch at Tropical Park, Miami, come Technician, on mil, and Hull Whip, next to him, for one of llui closest results 01 Uic meeilng, Bull Whip won in a photo nnlsh, paying 517.20 for 52. _ ir Herschell Hobo, who had Von licre ami also al Volt Stnilh, said Hull Terry was especially "interested" In the Brooklyn hoy. MnneiLso is making a ' bid for firsl .string catching duties with [he Tulsa Oilers of Ihc Texas League where he signed afler drav- 'ug Ills release from the New York Jlants, He has been hilling Ihe ball linn! in exhibition games and is almost certain to slick. Ife caught for Biylhevllle in 1937 and Fort Smith In '38. He served ns bullpen catcher with the National League jinnts last year. Whitton Girls And Yarbro Boys Win The Whillon girls mid Yarbro lioys won tlie Hflssissippi Counly •i-H Club basketball chatnplon- sbips In the minis of a tournament held at Dycss over Ihe weekend. Second place winners were Gosnell girls and Dyess boys and Ihircl place honors went to Yarbro girls and Lone Onk boys, Trophies were presented the six- honor winning teams who won 'heir way to tlic nntil matches by Kciser Loses To Cliiclcstcr In Close Game LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Mar. 25.— A field goal by Cubage tn Ihe second overtime period enable;! Clil- ile.ster High School lo detail Kclsc-r. 34 to 32, for tile slnlc ijirls' -\. A cliainpionshlp at tlie Joseph T. Robinson Memorial auditorium Saturday night. A fourth-quarter rally which tied Ihe score nt 30-ail put Chittcster on rve:i k'lins with Kci'icr nncl s:ut the game into u t'.vo-mljiiiie over- lime period. Cubnge sent chidesler out in froiit wllh a field goal hnl Sybil Crews, sensational shooting Kclser forward,- mnde a good shot In tie (lie score al '32-nll. Then the teams rested five minutes mid H-ent into llic "sudden liealh" u!ny-rfi, Chl'le.sln- W1NT1CH HAVKN, J.<l it ., March 25 UP>—Winners of only four in ii xhlbitlon starts, the Nc\v York -jianls play the St. Louis Cardinals .lore loilay. The Uoston Hod Sox tin . Wlu'ii tlie oinehnnill Reds let him go iasl winter (.;ris.som .seemed to (>e a pitcher wlio had gone ttj nit- »'<j» oiiet trai often. He hart won '. about as much on them us ;t ^^ Yihf trnnnr-p,) i li« nl.nii,,.. « .... . . b 1 ^" u^l 191U let ihe TiRcrs hand Ihc Washington iJLii.mH-s a 12-0 ' '' ' MMMI itt'ACU, Fla., ;inm: from hchliiti ytslerdny lo .,.„, ., vlh - '.„;,„,";„,,","i"-,7'V,'Mi'i r """ """ H ' lUls !l & mu uei U| at 191U i..<!: ; llw Gl.inu, •;-:;. snnrais one i . ''.,.,"," lh . e , ' " lllls " « IOI "« «"<! him settled down to u NII 1" Ihi; liiird and three more I ,' , ^ i,, M,," ,') , y "T" i tlmer oi oix-'ruling a filling s u- liie f \-M\ to win. ' ^ ^j,^ 5,,"° " l , Uu:k 5 -tsl ' !! '*»y.! lion or miinasing- ,° pub or one of ers, but lost 8-4 when t'liel. j it€11 , to"huv" t su"li <! "' siro°n(| fas«- Ing a,u defense fell apart.' ,,,, U01 , .,,. linH,^ b,,U n aye« ul«c hit.s were Ihelr second ; ,,-„.... xr ' ! "' ly " b ' :it hit totnl of llif ..spriii" -».-'- lht " tlle N6W York .ST. PRTEHS15URG. la.. March "> (UP)—Tlie New York Yankees ,Io-e the si. Pelersbuig clinnlcr of llielr spring training grind to.«iy v.'hi.-n they meet the Kansas ::ily Uluc.s of tlie Ainer/cnii Asso- -lation. Tlie Yanks break tamp lo- morroiv and after playing the ..Hints I.i Winter Haven lake up Jilgiiiij in Sebrlng. •nil- CLEAnWA'i-EK, Ma., March 25. iU!')— Tlic Brooklyn Dodgers begin look an hileresl In him. i Almost Immediately Ihe sparkle re.- I turned lo ills left arm and tain | his right and Jeft eyes. One by one his miseries flew from him. us doves play the New York'btanlsi'itonor: meSaneholy'IiUedl,though'fwe^ ..^nt ihcy are lo leave for a , 08> touche( i , th{ , * ,1 lour-gKine exhibition tour of r. PETEIISEURG, Pi: (UP)-Thc St. l^)llls Cuba. The cards evened their i,. By Die time the palienl GrLssom • ujv—Jiic iirooKiyn oodgers liogln x " 1 ""' ""• vi "" s «™ncu mcir i ,.„-,, ,. fr ,,,,,,",,;;..:; their lasi week In cinnp today ;) I"' l »i! scl ' lcs witl ' l«e New York '«'.,. , fo "nila«o»s winter olaviiK, HIP npirnii •,',!.. '. ' Yankees vcslerdav wh,m ihnv «,„,, ? nlc m . u >- Petersburg; and duel Playing (he Detroit Tigers. Dodgers sent Shortstop Lou Uerger and 1'ilehei- Bill Crouch to Mon- lrea.1 yesterday and optioned Sain Naliem, llraoklyn, N. Y lawyer lo Nashville. Tiid Yankees ycslerthiy when thev won ••-.• - ~~ ° v< ~" ix - 1 "*. UI03 behind the'pltchin oT cm ft'"^ 10 , 1 "" J * M««thy had •'M-i- ,-, ..,..., — .. " his firsi look at him, he was a Duvis and Dob Bowman. , , , c ,~~ ."• - ••—• •• picture of health and high spirits, mv \M'rnNTn ... ,, , „= • " 11<l llccclci1 °fl>y " leopard skin to u^f nSS ™^^'?^^^^^ MIAMI l^^,, ^ 2, tLrLaTfoH tS^J?'^ 3* ^rS, tZ onT ^^Lay-rrrLi 1 :^ r ^^r^rs^ r?!" F^ ^" defeat nt the hands of the Clevc- Icok their fourth straight from To- tcring""peod "ami his mrw[ nil?" land Indians. Kirby Higbc was ex- loao of the American Association or eel nfler the nnnnc, of ^ri lice cd to start on Ihe hills lor the yulerctay, winning -1 to 3 in a b° t,e Vato v, Tl ™« ™L ' lau.h Sra-SHsH '" ; ™ B " " •"«—>'= only three hits In 11 C-0 victory His arm was smashed by a Russian bomb ond his feet were frozen by Finland's sub-zero lempera- ture, but John P. Hasey, of Bridgewatcr, Mass., grinned happily as lie recently arrived in New York. Member of the American Volunteer Ambulance Corps in Finland, he was first casually ot I he war to reach America. uiny inrce nits in 11 C-0 victory over Ihc Syracuse Chiefs. Bvagan Author Blind 6 Years got two for Iwo as Ihc Pinnies I collected 12 tase blows. I 1 r nsked Bill Dickey anil Lefty j Gomez how he looked. i "Like he had plenty—plenty of SlirMpnlv We Aoai'n ' OTer .vthing," they answered. "MC- OUHaeniy Sees Again Carthy thinks he has plenty, too. invi-irt,. ,,r,, , , "There's nothing wrong with hi.s LONDON lUP) _ Blind for six arm," the foundation's chief medico viro nut it-nil. 11,1* I, ~..i i , .. _ w^>'»i-iini~iiivw nothlns wrong o^nn> PS ^ N 'i C - rSCO ' Cn " f " M "' ch i '•"""«" vui •• — mum lor six arm," the foimdi i - « ,~f "= to avenge yester-' i'fars, entirely withoul hope, and said "Certainly Idnys 8-4 defen hv Mn> phiinri n i,>i.i n M I( .»> PH/MA»I., *„ -i,^ ~-, .-.. , ^tm'uii^ ,,"",,1 ^'"-W'" T<l "• ^uiv-jorcmns lo avenge yester-'i'fars, entirely withoul hope, and said "Certainly nnthlnV wron." first and lie game was over. Cu- ' ">y s B-4 defeat by the Philadelphia Iten suddenly to-be given her full righ now He lookf eocS •• ° •a«e-j winning goaHvas made from A hletics, Fnmkle Prisch of Ihe sight, was described here by Mis,- A, d the \vav ^r^tf' t,n. , outside ihe foul circle. Plllsburgh P ,,-ale.s lod.y ordered Convince Smedley, aulhor and V ou kne«' e*feH th« "o Sn _ Duiiiiy MacFuydcii and Mace Brown iilttvwi-teht. "I still rnn-t h.n»vr. . :.-„,.,., ."..'. , ,, "lissom y Learn From Students, ^ : Adirirtrt in CTj-l.. n . .. " —' -v'-'j uiuL-icu ^^.U.LMH,.; ojiiuuiuy, UUIJ1OI 1111(1 VOU knett' h(* fplf fhnt r-v Danny MacFayden and Mace Brown i-laywright. "I sill! can't believe I would keep on ooki ,g good . - .,- . _-_.. „„„„.„, . ne'JftSTmlSlh 6 '"I" 11 ' 8 r" "'"> 0 " t " rth " S '- C SaUi ' - ' If OrtaSm b^eC'cured ilef eating qlhci' I earns In both Ihe ... , r , - - „?,» IH^ ™, IOVC ,'"' inolllcr slK! " was sm-unssd and delighted by the Yankee foumlation lie won' Chicbsuwljn and Osc,cola districts. AdVICe to Educators. ••£ " , , " ( "' n " le ' " lc ^hiladeiphians lofiud.lhat her face did not look be the first to have responded to fn previous tourneys, winners! fi.,.rii i','," ,.°" "|v" lze1 "" 1 " ancl "."-J' o!c i er tll!U1 wllc » she lost her Uhc remarkable treatment Red had been selected for each district-j CAMUHiIXili. Mass. iw>-«uc- ,„,!," !" , , fiflh "I" 1 scvetl(I ' ff?" s>x ye " rs a «°' Tllii ' ^ «l- Ruffing once was a patient He and the highest nuikin, teams ce,s in te.Khim; ren ulr« a le^l r SefriS In "J.r'? •* • ^i* '. i"^ « "" n €ffe f'" ° f WUldilBSS "••»»« i™m the Bosto, R dSSx were allowed io nni-lii-i.ini/. rm- n,-l who k ,,hin in i n , r,. » ! rlL - luns ln ^n-h, lo gam Ihe which, after Ihu first .shock, gave bearing a cnsc historv Ih-ii -^T her nn "Iminr vipin.," «,,.! „,»„..i . r .,.'.- ^ »sli_ MIKI me ingnesi riiiikin^ (timis eecs in (e.irlilng reciuircs n leather were allowed to pnrllclpntc for the| who Is able to leitr.i from the slu- couuly championships. i ilenls. 'a Hnrvard business colie'e The, contest was only for teams'professor. Charles I. Crnssi, b°- of the "A 1 ' division, the Oscroh! lleves. .In the lUtrvurd K liicAlhuol !) ( .- vicw, Cnigg said that a "Uacher K'ill not succeed in leiiilii" hi 1 ; slu- denl to receive itte.i- v,-ith district having had no competition among the "B" teams this year. Bananas were an oddity in the United Slales less Ihan 70 years ago. Crowds of curious visilors .i'fre atlracled when flrsl they were c.xlilblted at the Philadelphia Centennial of 187S. Today, more han C3,ttW,CdO bunches of uananns are shipped lo this country an- ,-iually. largely from Central' America. - and rorinallve hlimsir, M'liiT.' a cotnpiirable willing to learn from Uiem. he ' *p(rll unless i r,v-l I;),. .-,-, altitude of )),>ni» The r . , is tiuxt true tcndiim; t:0 i " :l - lr o: - lr o- cess of stuffing studcnls wllh far-Is ' ' »' ihe ] thinkiiif. edge over llic flrales. SAN FRANCISCO, March 25 i <ru>—Connie Mack's Philadelphia AlhJellcs .seek an edge on the Pittsburgh iMratcs in Die third of llielr nve-tiimc spring series here today J Tlic Buc-s won Ihe iirst name but ihe A's came back with uu 8-4 decision yesterday as each club laced out 12 hits. A second game carded for Oakland yesterday was 'rained out. Of al! the persons involved in faialitios, 19 per cent have been sillily of speeding LAKELAND, Pla., March 25. UJP) .—The Detroit Tigers presented the ; Washington Senators tluir Esstci I egg yesterday in the form of a so- ls • called goose . •' ^>" • .- "".tlnnf; « t)lac IIJ^LUIV lUIil VVI 1 her an "inner vision" and nllevi- packed with defeats and verv few «t<"l worry and fear. victories. In 1928 and 1929 with the Tag WFestlii Joe Dillntan and Floyd Byrd vs. De! Raines and George Bennett American Legion Arena JIonda>- 8 p. m. day. On Highway 61-20 acres and handsome brick residence All conveniences This home Is new. Price »8,500; s«e us for terms. Thomas Land Co. Sole Aits, !2-ck-26 WHERE ELSE WILL BUY SO MUCH ? "USI! ANY yardstick you like," say I'ondnc owners, "but you won't people and sec tliis nciv Poalinc. Check nil llic (acls and you'll find cins bitf cilr is actually just us easy to buy and just as cconomicaf to own as a small curl nUmjicurlliatScvcsyousomiichfnr so litllc as Ihc new I'MO i'ontiacl" h's not hard to firjurc out. Pon- Ibc ii o bit car, with all tlic mlvnn- lafr's only nt)i[! cur can olTcr—i'f/7'oii- liacit tricntriflil rfoou tcilh the lowcsl! Isitanyivondcrsoninnysraall-ctir al I'emiac, Midi. Trans- farlnlioti bast Jan rail rales, stall ami heal taxis (if any), optional equipment and accessories—extra. Prices satjtct la c/iautt U'il/iont agtict. AMCIIICA'S rzwcsr Law-rxiccD CAR owners are IIDIV swinging over lo 1'onlinc? Toko the advice a! these Special Six-f-Door Touring {- ' Sedan, us Illustrated SMV* Red Sox Ruffing lost 47 games. The bracing air of Yilnkee Stadium worked wonders for him. Monlc Pearson is another who threw away his crutches once he slipped into a Yankee uniform. Monte won only eight gnme.« for Cleveland iu 1935. But had 19 victories for New York n year Inter. Bump Hndley, formerly or Washington, and Oral Hildebrand. once of St. Louis and Cleveland, are others who were rejuventuod by .he Yankee foundation. You know, I think I'll pitch for the Yankees during my vacation tliis summer. I could do with a llltle toning up myself. A tree, 34 feet in diameter, and estimated -to be more than 3800 years old. is-sakl lo be Ihe world's oldest. It is located In- Yosemile National Park. But It Seems To Be Only Ballyhoo For [.ouis-Pay- cliek Fight NEW YORK, March 25. IUP>- Jack ntmpsey vs. Mike Jacobs I hat's one of the conflict angles wieti Heavyweight Champion Joe de-fends hi.s tide aealnsi Johnny 1'ayche): Pridny j,| s j, t al Miidisort Square Oardsn. Dnmpscy probably is tile most respected man ever to Ije an active participant in prize fighlhiR. Mike Jacobs unquestloiiably is the erc-nu.s-l promoter since tin- hey- dey of (he Mto Tex Rickarci. Dempsey says, "They didn't tell me tills fight at Madison square Garden Fi-lday night, wns for ihe benefit of the Finnish relief fund. I wouldn't have said tt'hal 1 said at Minneapolis I said then that Louis should knock'out Paychek in tin- first round. But 1 -said it. And it was printed, so wn:it can 1 do now?" In Minneapolis, Jack uempsey made a lot of remarks about Promoter Jacobs' conduct of the fight game. Dempsey Insinuated that Jacobs had a monopoly of maul because of his contracts with the various champions. Bui Jacobs says, "Perhaps Dempsey has forgotten that he and Madison Square Garden started the business of tying up champions. Dempsey was' always under contract, to Tex while Tex was alive.' Meanwhile Dempsey says, "this Paychek is a mediocre mid-western Fighter who is a fair boxer who can't punch a lick. He is a straight up-and-down fighter made (o order for Louis." But Promoter- Jacobs explains: "As far ns Deinp.sey -Is concerned, there is only one heavyweight contender. He is Red Burman oi Baltimore. Burman may be a fair fighter, but he got licked by Tommy Fan- in London iu Burman'.-; last Important limit. And Parr was beaten five straight times when he iought in the United Slates." Dempsey says, "Friday night's fight shouldn't last more than one round. Louis should belt him out quick." Bui Jacobs says, "Paychek 'is a good lighter, or we wouldn't have brought him iu. Be careful about this right boys, we've got Johnny under conlract in case he beats Louis. Don't go out on HID limb. Be careful—don't go loo far cull on thai limb." FACTION! "CLEAN-UP or CLOSE-UP" Program Gets Promised Results I.W3 ll«.l (,0 ,l a ,. s ago , ,|,, llrewcre am| Arka ,,. ns Bc( . r DiJlribiilnrs Commillpc was r,>ri,i«l tu cooju-rBli; will, )«»>• cnCon-cmcm oilieials'in slmnpLig out !„«- violation, •«asJi«J by ,hc rcsiiccKililliiy of » legal beer pormil. Kvlnilm were told [n "clean up or close up." THAT WAS NO KHPTY WAl^'.XG. The Cmumiiic. mcmn business uncl tlic liesl proof is lli, : reronl it ha, nimle to dalr. 17 LICENSES REVOKED - 0" Ihe McomiuemliUi,,,, ,,n,l snbs^nlinie,! c.'idcnce o f the (.oninnlico, rclail l.ei-r iwinils of 17 outlets liavp to«lc wk«* you get for y*«r wlivn y«« POWTIAC THR1U PEtFORMANCtl Tke « nimeti so picktJ niih pep m (h»l t\v.ry ivhttl «eroi lo hivt wio Po 0 ii 3c "TRIPtS-CUSHIpNep" RIDEI !!,„•, lArfi-Dpfljr control (hit I»yi • e*rptt O f comfort c% i er c\try rotJl Broadway & Walnut LANGSTQN-WROTEN CQ"" -, tOW OKRATINO COST! tepott IS : roomintn.bul to 21 roilci per <illooof («— iir Pooliic «!io • oJ rCidlbitityl keepj oil •udufUcp bills n*y ^onnl Phons 1000 , f -• r indcpeiul- ciill.- of the Commiiicc mil in thj irend of the "tlcan «P cuiiipnisii, Iinrrcd the doors of other oullets. 25 BEER OUTLETS WARNED - Minor infractions «f the law wvn: uncovered by t|, c Comniilii-c's invcsligalor al several plnccs and Icltcrs were «cnl lo tlicee opcralors warning tl.-m In con.lnci Hidr Imsincsscs on > l,igl,e.- piano 0: llic flpcrnlorj so warned, nlmosl all l.ovc pledge.) their cooperation = - Ific Comrnilife's lirogratn End suliscipicnt invcMlgations linvo shuwn Ihej are livinx jip to their prop-'scj ISO OOILETS INVESTIGATED.. BREWERS & ARKANSAS BEER DISTRIBUTORS COMMITTEE J. HUGH WHARTON STATE 3IRECTOR 410 PYRAHIO 81.00. LITTLE ROCK. *F)K. .

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