The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 19, 1960 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 5

Greenville, Mississippi
Issue Date:
Tuesday, July 19, 1960
Page 5
Start Free Trial

Store Hurls ChiSox Over BoSox 9-1-National Votes Democraf-inmei Tuesday, July 19, '60 6 Lopez Patience Pays Off Herb In 5 Hitter As Hose Prevail By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Al Lopez finally has begun to collect dividends for his weeks and months of patience in ihe Herb Score case. Score came through with a complete game, his first after 15 straight failures over a two-season span, to pitch Lopez 1 Chicago White So.x into second place Monday night in the American League race. "Al understands me," s a i d Score shortly after he was traded to Chicago by Cleveland April 18. "He . knows my problem. He's helping me." Long Time Between Games Although Lopez understood the left-hander's peculiar problems and stuck with him in the face of criticism, Score was slow to repay him for his fnith. . U n t i l Score threw a five-hitter at Boston for a 9-1 victory, he had not gone the route since July H. 125!). Score's pitching, backed by a H-hit Attack, boosted the White Sox into second place, only two gnmc:·s behind the New York Yankees, who dumped Cleveland into third nince \vith a 0-2 triumph behind Wliitcy Ford. 1 was a night for come backs. Ned Carver also chose ihc i to record Ins first victory of the season, pitching Kansas cord of his Sox. Mickey Manila's three-run horn er was the big blow of a five-run fourth inning for the Yanks in their victory over Dick Stigman. It was Mantle's 22nd. Roger Maris added No. 20 in the ninth off Barry Lalman, while Ford calmly turned back the Indians w i t h eight hits, including John Re- manu's 10th homer. Norm Siebern hit his l l t h bomei with n. man on and Andy Carey slammed a two-run double as Kansas City broke a five-game losing streak. Carver scattered seven hits while loser Hal Brown gave up all nine Kansas City hits anc runs. Hollandale Ruths End Season With 11 Wins, 2 Losses HOLLANDALE - Hollandale Babe Ruth League Champion team recently closed its season w i t h a record of 11 victories and two defeats. The tenm was coached by Mitchell Showah and defeated many jof the best teams in the Delta area. Showah, a veteran mentor of youth teams, praised the re- Cilv to a 5-1 decision over Baltimore. The defeat left the fourth place Oriolei four games off the pare. Detroit anil Washington were not scheduled. The entire League had an open dale Monday. Sievers Mils In 21 Games Lisfon Flattens Folley In Third; Seeks Title Bout DENVER, Colo. (AP) -- The massive 14-inch fists of Sonny Lislon thundered a tattoo today on the door to the heavyweight boxing throne room occupied by champion Floyd Patterson. Liston's slcdge-hammer hands smashed Zora Folley to the canvas Iwice in the second round and knocked him out in 28 seconds ol the third round of their scheduled 12-round bout Monday night in the Denver Coliseum. "I got him quicker than I ex-1 rected," the unmarked 215 1 /pound slugger from Philadelphia .-oi'I in his dressing room afterward. Mistake Of Slugging Folley, ISS'/j, of Chandler, Ariz., said he had made a mistake in trying to slug it out with Lislon. " T fought the wrong type of fight -- I fought his fight," he said. Lislon said he had tagged policy with a left hook that decked him for a count of nine early in the second round. That caused Folley "to start respecting my left book," Liston said. "Then I started faking with the left, and that opened him up for my right hand." The combinations slammed Folley to the canvas at the end of the second round wilh the bell sounding just as the knockdown count reached nine. Folley scrambled to his feet and wobbled to his corner where handlers worked speedily to revive him. The Arizonan moved out for the third round slill groggy and be- The players on Ihc team include Uuddy Wade, Bobby Wade. Johnny Showah, George Showah, Ronnie Clark, Jimmy Mosley, Jerry " me TM easy ^\ '?'.^ / l n , Jones, Lonnie, Bill Iloup, ' - I'l^'TlTM 5 ,' ng nL-' f^° ' "'Rill nooks by Ihe Philadelphian. Folley lumbled face down onlo JUNIOR DOUBLES FIMALISTS-Bill Wadlinglon (left) and Richard Bryan'/'both of Belzoni, formed one of the finalist teams in junior doubles at the Delta Tennis Tournament last week end. They were defeated in the finals by Thorne Crosby and Robert Dean of Leland. (Staff Photo) South Delta At Work Babe Ruth Regional Al Hollandale July 21 HOLLANDALE--Hollandale will tournament at 6:30 p.m. the Ya- bost tiie Regiorral Babe Ruth zoo City team will meet the South Tournament on the high school Delta All Stars. The winner of field here opening on Thursday, the game will meet the Vicks- July 21. In the , , Tommy Williams, Gerald Pugh, Roy Sievors ran bis consecutive] Eddie Long. Tommy Twiner, Jim Arnold, and Roller t Mosley, all of JHollamlale; and Chuck Dedmon . ,., t . i * i i M n n u J t t n j , oirj v^uuiiv game h i t t i n g streak to 21, longestl o[ Arcola in the majors this season as t h e j H ; Sox won their 17th in their last] u , ^^ ^^ 25 .sinrts. Boston had taken seven-same winning streak into (he contest. Gere «·!-.') hits -,,; j ; ;best againit Rrislon, had three *' J '-^ : ' 1 j-_ hits, making it 22 in 33 at balsl ( a "j n i^' or a .567 average against the Red G ,^' Ivm 17-Glt.i ci C-'pn Alls-.) lar, 2?-H=lkr 3rcv1 10 10 Hcllc Jur.o 29.-Heller iedt 7 fa! Heller, Joly 1-- He:,a-d. ' lu\i e--Ha to-'c.-dsV] July 8--H; of. 7. G! r.rJ;,la IS. Youth Top Golfer For Jackson Tourney JACKSON, Miss. (AP)-A Meridian youngster. Scott Talgo, was Ihe front-runner yesterday in Ihe annual slate jimior t o u r n a m e n t of the Mississippi Golf Assn. here. The'.ay tourney for boys ranging in age from S lo 17 is beinR played on Ihe par-72. 6-600 yard course at the Colonial Court Iry Club Tlie top eleven players f H n r r y ) Korobkov of the Soviet will duality for Ihe junior USGA lr " ck and f!clri team said '«% competition. | llc IS °P l TM'5 t 'c over Russia's Talgo scored a 68 on the first j chances of winning in Ihe Olym- 1S holes, including six birdies and P'= Games in Rome, two Logics. Other low scorers qualifying for today's rounds were Johnny Dement. Meridian. 70: Je Pcrussc, . Ju.~« IO-- Karon- Pedi 2 (ol FHI.ig i?. ! " II. ?e'';rt3 ). 6, Anguilla ( 9, Hclh.-xJ^n * 19, Railing e 8, Rolirrg n 3, Kollsnda r 21. Polling s 13. Balling 10, A-g_i!!o Allan Russia Optimistic Over Olympic Win MOSCOW (AP) - Coach G. V. He made the remark at the conclusion of the Tasl pre-Olympic Irials, and he qualified Ihe slate- ... . , ' h c Americans will be tough G u l f p o r t , 71; Bubha Aiken, Co lumbia. 72; Bobby Parker, Merid-l"" 11 !* 1110 "' he sa:d ' ^ ian, 73; D^n Frucc. M e r i d i a n , 75;. John Arlcdee. Laurel, 73; Mike longest 'cam ihcy vc ever had. Nearly 900 Mhlcles took part ii the four-day meet to determin- the canvas for the final count. He never moved until seconds after the knockout. 21 Kayoes For Lislon Liston, ranked No. 1 challenger to Patterson, now boats 21 knock- o:it victories in 31 fights. His meeting with the heavyweight champion, however, will have to take a back seat to the scheduled rematch between Patterson and Ingemar Johannson. Folley, who entered the fight ranked No. 2 by Ring Magazine and No. 3 by the National Boxing Assn., had won 10 straight fights, three by knockouts, before Monday night's defeat. The Arizonan used his boxing skill and swift punching hands to win the first round on the cards of all ring officials and The Associated Press. Even a f t e r the first knockdown in the second round, Folley r lied brilliantly and jarred Liston with a two-fisted attack. That only sered to bring on Liston's slcdg- hammcr blows that decked Fol- .ey again. Chicks Decide To Stay In Memphis MEMPHIS (AP) - The Mem phis Chicks apparently have decided to stay here after all. S f ew York Chicago New Continental Loop Told To Put Up Now Or Shut Up CHICAGO (AP)-Tha National League voted unanimously Mon- 'day in favor of expanding to 10[ jleains and, in effect, told the new-! |ly formed Continental League to' [put up or shut up. After a long meeting of club owners and general managers.! league President Warren Giles' said. "If it develops that a new major league is impracticable, the National League has voted unanimously to expand its membership to 10 clubs. "The standards for a new major league were set forth at Columbus, ,0hk, last year and were accepted I by the Continental League, which so far has not met them," said Giles. Name Expansion Group The National League named a four-man expansion committee, headed by Walter O'Malley of Los Angeles, with orders to go to work immediately. The committee, which also includes owners Lou Perini of Milwaukee, John Galbreath of Pills- burgh ami Bob Carpenter of Philadelphia, sent a telegram to Branch Rickey, president of the Continental League, and to Joe Cronin, president of the American League, asking either or both to meet at their convenience with the committee on the subject of ex- STATE FOOTBALLERS HAVE FUN ON LAKE-The Stacy brothers of Winona spent ths week end in Greenville and enjoyed water sports on Lake Ferguson. On the right |j Billy Stacy, former Mississippi State quarterback now w i t h the St. Louis Cardinals of the National Football League who was to report to Lake Forest, III., this week to begin training. On thfl left is Benny Stacy and in the center is Bobby Stacy, both of whom are juniors at State and will begin training with t h e Maroons Sept. 1. (Staff Photo) Faltering Crax Await Barons After 12-5 Loss To Mobile 9 pans ion. Giles, burg All Stars on Friday night, July 22. I Winner To McComb · Winning team in the Hollandale regional will go to McComh to play other sectional winners in the state tournament. Coach Akins lot Glen Allan and Mitchell Sho- wah will direct the South Delta By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS All-Stars picked from five teams The South Delta All Stars include tho following players: Ronnie Clark, Buddy Wade, Bobby Wade, George Showah, Johnny American League W. L. Pet. G.B. 47 33 .588 -, 47 37 .560 1 Cleveland 45 36 .556 2'/! Baltimore 47 41 .534 4 Detroit 40 40 .500 7 Washington ... 39 41 .488 8 Boston 33 49 .402 15 Kansas City ... 30 51 .370 17i4 Monday Results New York 9, Cleveland 2 Chicago 9, Boston 1 Kansas City 5, Baltimore 1 Only games scheduled Tuesday Games New York at Cleveland (N) Baltimore at Kansas City (N) Washington at Detroit (N) Boston at Chicago (N National League W. L.Pct. G. Pittsburgh .... Milwaukee ... St. Louis Los Angeles .. San Francisco Cincinnati ... Philadelphia . Chicago 51 47 45 43 . 41 38 34 . 30 .607 .580 .536 ,524 .506 .463 .405 .375 F l a r a p m . Atr.ory, 74; Seth Gran-] , , T . . - _ _ i -TE --i n;n berry, F.lliot. Hatliesburfi. 75, and Meridian, 76. Bill "SERVICE TO OUR 1NSUREDS" We arc now in position to offer the new Zurich A m e r i c a n Meritmatic Automobile Policy. Tlie hrnnclcsl possible coverage at the lowest competitive rates. For information. Ernest Waldauer A G E N C Y 113 S. Poplar ED 2-1535 Night Call ED 2-6541 5 places on the Olympic team. They did their best, but broke only one world record -- in women's shot putting -- and bettered Ihc European pole vault record. Today's Games In Boys Leagues DIXIF. LEAGUE (Mill Rd. Park) 1st National vs. Exchange Whiracre vs. Salad Bowl SOUTHERN LEAGUE (Grccnway Park) Kossman vs. Wasson Grafton vs. Coca Cola ;NATIONAL LEAGUE (Community Center) . Paxton vs. Orange Crush : Delta Video vs. Peter Pan BABE RUTH LEAGUE (High School Held) Moose Lodge vs. McMillan Leo Burson, club president ',"; said yesterday he a b a n d o n e d plans to move his Southern Assn. entry to Columbus, Ga. Instead, he said, he hopes lo build a park here. Clarksdale Gains In Pony Loop Race HATTIESBURC, Miss. (AP) Clarksdale won a shot at the Louisiana-Mississippi a r ea Pony League baseball tournament round by remaining the only un- efeatcd team at the end o! yes- erday's play. Clarksdale clipped Philadelphia, liss., G-0 in the opening round (Onl games scheduled HUSKIEST GAS-SAVING ENGINE OF ALL THE COMPACTS I See'vv.jChat,.. Save ... Compare . Chad Oxner Motors Highway 82 At Cedar Street Monday Results No games scheduled Tuesday Games Pitlsbtirgh at IXK Angeles (N) St. Louis at Milwaukee (N Chicago at Cincinnati ('N) Philadelphia at San Francisco (N) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W. I- Pet. G.R Showah, and Chuck Demon from -lollandale; Chris Danreuther and l \Vhihvorth from Anguilla; Lloyd Brizendine, Charles 'Hot Shot 1 Strong, and Jerry Bishop 'rom Rolling Fork; and, Carry Black, Paul Love, Ray Quong, Jerry Hill, Bonnie Cole, and Leo Slevens from Glen Allan. Panthers Drub The Bears 23-2 Panthers trimmed the 23-2 in a minor league of the American Legion Baseball Leagues. Wayne Woods pitched Ihe Panthers lo a lopsided victory in the game played at Maude Bryan Park. With one more game to play Woods' victory over the Bears assured the Panthers of at least The Bears claiming "expansion is inevitable," said his league had discussed two facels t,; expansion 'expansion by s new league and expansion of Ihe present league." In New York, Bill Shea, founder of tlie Continental League, said he was hopeful Ihe National League's action was a good sign. He said Rickey would be glad to meet with the committee "because we want to use every means at our disposal lo be taken into organized baseball." Another N. Y. Club Is Aim "My main objective from the very beginning has been to get another club for New York," Shea said. "I have been convinced {or a long time and still am con vinced that the only way to do lhat is by a third league. Perhaps Mr. Crosley's statement that hi. planned to remain in Cincinnat had something to do with the Na tional League's action." Powell Crosley, owner of the Cincinnati club, spiked rumors that he would move his club to New York by stating lhat the Red- legs would remain in Cincinnati during his lifetime. Giles raid no possible cities ,vere mentioned in the discussion on expansion and no new standards were set for any cities desiring to become members oi the National League. Oppose Receipts Increase In the only other major action members By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Atlanta braced today for an in- asion by the second-place Birmingham Barons with the pitch- ng staff of the Southern Assn. eaders beginning lo show signs of reverting to its early-season mpotence. The Crackers hold a ralhcr robust, four-game lead bat have Iropped five of their last eight decisions, and the vrocbly pitchers surrendered 48 runs during that span, 15 during two losses ast week at Birmingham. Bears Rout Crackers Mobile routed Atlanta 12-5 last night. The Bears, not famed for the sircngth of their attack, man aged 26 runs against the fronl runners in splitting the four-game series. Birmingham, continuing to get sharp clutch pitching, whippet the Chattanooga Lookouts 5-2 behind Bob Dustal and Vince. Tra Fought Wrong Type Of Fight,.. Folley Memphis and Shreveport found :he field too wet lo play at Shreveport. Nashville and Little Rock xxk the evening off. Several members of the Mobile cast left Atlanta with huskier batting averages but none hated to :cave worse than rookie outfielder!^. 0 " Loo ' sout left-hander Dick Tyrone Cline. The $30,000 bonus youngster from Clemson extracted 10 hits in 19 tries from generous tracker pitchers and boosted his batting average 30 points from 288 lo .318. He hit three home runs and three doubles and led DENVER (AP) - Prospects fo: a heavyweight championship figh glowed brighter than ever for Son ny Liston after his third roun mockout of Zora Follcy Monday night but that wasn't foremost in he Philadelphian's mind as he relaxed in his dressing room. "The first thing I'm going to do s go back home and finish work on my house," he said. "I got a a last half tie in the race. Woods taken at the meeting, mem' was eligible lo hurl only 4 inn- voted down a proposal to mcri Atlanta Birmingham Little Rock Mobile Memphis Nashville Shreveport Chattanooga X 51 43 49 45 48 48 41 .566 .526 .516 .505 .455 .490 .485 .418 ings Sunday imd he pitched a no hitter for the four innings. Re- liefers Muirhead and Williams were outstanding in relief roles. It was Wood's second viclory of the season. The Panthers will meet the Beavers Thursday at Maude Bryan Park in the Panther's last scheduled game of the season. Snead Sees Tough PGA Golf Tourney a visiting team's receipts from 27'/j cents per admission lo n flat 20 per cent of the total gate. The American League, which long has been in favor of expansion, was encouraged by the Na lional League's action. The Amer six ruas in a big seventh inning that wiped out a W Atlanta lead. Looks Outhit Barons Chattanooga outhit BirmLighim 13 to 8, but the opportunist Bajuns crammed all of their runs into the sixth inning when big George Thomas hit a grand-slam hotha off two of the s v.'ifh. homers. Mike de la Hoz, recalled day by the partnt Cleveland Indians, islso had a good series as did catchers Lou Holdener and Vern Grace. Cline, Grace and De Junker. Although in repeated jams, Birmingham's Bob Dustal blanked Chattanooga until the eighth when Al Grandcolas and Bert Harario, successive doubles. Singles in the ninth by Din Baich, Gair Allie and Bill Parsons producecd another run for the Lookouts ar-d brought Vince Trakan to tha scene to quell tha rally by retiring the last two batters. Other series openers tonight in- in the windup game, and the trio accounted for five ol the Bears 1 la Hoz drove in two runs each elude Chattanooga at Mobile, Memphis at Little Rock and Shreveport at Nashville- Soffbail Hurier Wins 129 Games In 5 Seasons year-old right-hander, considered LEVITTOWN, N. Y. (AP) Anybody looking for a pitcher who in five seasons has won 129 games, lost nine, fired 3-1 no-hitters, has an earned run average of 1.07 and once pitched thjree shutouts within 10 hours? Fact is. every important team in amateur Softball is looking, but only one has him -- the Aurora, 111. Sealmasters. world cham- ot of things to do." He was in f j ons now winding up an exhibl- Denver six weeks preparing for tion sw i ng through the area where Den' his bout with the Chandler, Ariz.. jtion swing through I they'll defend their title at Jones Beach Stadium Sept. 30. "I got him quicker than I ex- Th e P»*"5 is personable Har- pected," Liston said. "I had vcyjterkel. a 6-2, 2IO- r ound 26- thought he would stay away from by some the best softball pitcher around. In 48 hours, tho Sealniiifers won 5 Ex consftcutiva games, and Slerkle won half of tham:. Saturday night, a two-hit, 17-strikeout 6-1 victory over New Rochelle; Sunday, seven, no-hit, scoreless innings of relief and 16 strikeouts in a 5-3 victory over Levittown; Monday night, a 3-0 victory over Massapequa Park with Sterkel allowing three hits, fanning 17. That made it 18 victories without a loss this season for Sterkel. me a little more." Folley, a slight cut in his left eyebrow, said, "I fought the Monday Results Birmingham 5. Challanooga 2 \fobile 12. Atlanta 5 Memphis at Shreveport. grounds ppd. londny afternoon, then knocked If Ponchatoula, La., 15-3, in the ·inner's bracket last night. Halticsburg was Ihc only team liminaled from the double elimi- lation t o u r n a m e n t , losing to Pon- hatoula 5-1 in the opening round nd 12-5 to Philadelphia in the oscr's bracket. Ponchatoula and Philadelphia .·ill meet this afternoon to deter- nine Clarksdalc's opponent in to- ight's finals. The winner of the tourney goes o Miami for the division Pony League baseball t o u r n a m e n t staring July 26. Tuesday Games Birmingham at Atlanta Ihattflnooga at Mobile Memphis at Little Rock Shreveport at Nashville lean League met last week and;wrong type of f i g h t -- I fought his said it could not combat the problems of expansion alone and needed help. Hank Greenberg, vice president and treasurer ot the Chicago fight." The Arizonan explained his strategy was lo "just box him for, six or seven rounds. I didn't want] to start slugging wilh him. But White Sox and a member of thcjafler he knocked me down the American League's Expansion-first time, I got up and hit him AKRON, Ohio CAP)-Sam Sncad Committee, said he was "delight-jwith a good right hand and 1' took his first look at Ihe remodeled Firestone Country Club course, where the PGA championship will be played Thursday However, Greenberg expressed through Sunday, and pronouncedjdoubt that each league could exit "a lough test of golf." Ipand lo 10 lams in Ihe event the Despite this estimate, SncadiContinental J-cague (ails. shot a 69 in Monday's practice round, becoming [he f i r s t playejnando of Modesto, Calif., 10-S, 5-7, Q. Where can I save 25 to 30% on Paint? A. The Goyer Paint Department, 815 Alexander. Q. Do they have finest quality paints? A. Pee Gee is rated No. 1 by two testing labs. Q. How does Pee Gee stand up in this climate? A. Pee Gee has been made in the South to withstand Southern conditions since 1867. Q. Does Goyer have anyone to help with paint problems ? A. Yes, "Dan the Paint Man" has over 25 years experience ed the National League has tak-{ thought en this action, n decision which _--..-..,had to be taken sooner or later." to break par on ihe toughened par- 70, 7,165-yard layout. Sncad, 48, who is bidding for a matched par wilh 35 on the fronl 6-2. But this took a far back seat to| the surprise lhat shook the River Forest Tennis Club. In one of the 40 Years Of Know How WHY EXPERIMENT GET THE BEST Ernest B. Lewy STORAGE TRANSFER 53] S. Broadway Mo,Ha,., «,,,,! Minor League Results Pacific Coast League Seattle 5, Vancouver 4 Tacoma 5, Portland 3 Only games scheduled International League Toronto 1, Montreal 0 Columbus 7. Miami 3 Richmond 5. Jersey City 4 Rochester 4, Buffalo 3 American Assn. Denver 11, American Assn. All- Stars 5 nine then closed with a 3-1 despiteigrealcsl first round upsets in the bogeys on Ihc last two holes. meet's 50-year history, 17-year-j "Weather conditions, high winds old Justina liricka, a senior at; and rains could be a d e t e r m i n i n g : U n i v e r s i t y City High School In; factor." said Sncad, winner of the'suburban St. Louis, ambnsheo^ JPGA crown in 1912, 1949 and 1951.hop-seeded Darlcne Hard of Mon-j [He thought a par 2SO would win tebello, Calil.. 7-5, I-6.JJ-2. j the 72-ho!e medal play tourna-' men!. * Full U.S. Team In Davis Cup Race Stars Of Majors CHICAGO (AP) - One Austral i a n Davis Cup player was on t h c ; sidelines today but a f u l l , four- man U. S. team was ready for , the second round of the National By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iciay Courts Tennis Tournament. Baiting -- Micke Manllc. Yankees -- his three-run homer Mori- Marly Mulligan, sixth-ranking! day was big blow of five-run New Aussie was eliminated in Mon-' York spurt ii 9-2 viclory ovcr]^ s first roun1 h ' Rt ^ ""' Cleveland. Pitching -- Herb Score. Viliitc Sox -- pitched f i r s t complete By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS j 1 game since July 14. 1359, a five- San Jose, Calif. -- Benny Medi! ( h i t l e r against B-ston, 9-1. to send na. ISO. Fresno Calif., slopped .Chicago past Cleveland inlo sec- Dave Camacho, 139, Monterrey,. |ond place, Mexico, 5, ' See Grady Griffin FOR LOANS One of the most beautiful cars ever built. Not rrar.y people ever see o Kcrr.o^n GHia, r.uch less own or.o. Too few G'n'os ore rr.ode --o.ily several Ihousor.d coch year. People who own Gii:as rorely olfer iVen for sole--o Giiio doei r.ol wear owl cr go out of style. . One reason ll the v/oy il IccVs: GHb c! Turin deigned It. Eq-,a'ily irr-porlonl it Ihe way il's built; Kar/nor.n, Europe's rcted cus- torn coochroler. produces it. Fewer fo; !hs Gr'o I/on Vo'ls- wagen's celebrated oir-coo'«d rear engine, ll ne'lher f r e e z e s ror overheats, runs ofli- cier.i'y ail day ot top speed. Inexpensive lar.d rarely no-jdedl service is ovoiloblo nt o|l_ Authorized VW DoaUri. A Ghia costs ol hiile to rcn asd moinfaln os tho VolVswagea itsell. There ore two Gh : o rrodelt hard-lop end air-light conveilible, In colo't 8' n «'*"V unavailable on olhsr cars. Ever seen a Ghio? Up ctojst Corn* Iff,] I DELTA 121 S. Walnut SPORTS GrccavUle, Misj, CAR CO. Phonp ED J-#51

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free