The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1952 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Saturday, March 15, 1952
Page 6
Start Free Trial

PAGE SIX BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SLAl'OHTKR OUT AT THE 1>1.AT&St. I/nils Cardinals outfielder Bnos Slaughter ilefti is short of [he j>latn as Cincinnati Reds Catcher Joe Rossi (am, him In fourth inning of exhibition game (March 13) at St. Petersburg Kin, Slaughter trice! tfi .'core from second base on Bob Stephenscm's single to left field. Dick Sisler Hire*- to Rossi for the. out. (AC U'Jrrphnlo) From the Training Camps— Dodgers Send Roe, Branca And Ersk'me to Farm Camp Ily The Assnci.iled Press MIAMI. Ha. (,PI—Pitchers Preacher Roe. Ralph Branca and Carl Erskine have been "<iemotc-d" to the Brooklyn Dodgers' minor league cninp at Vero Beach. "I know what these fellows can do." Manager Chuck Drcsson snlri today. "I don't have to watch them pitch. It's morn Important that they get work. £j each of them will po six innings acalnst Montreal or St. Paul on the days that the rest or the squad Is playing exhibitions." Thompson to Second PHOENIX. Ariz. (AP)—Manager Leo Dtirocher of the New York Giants plans to give Negro inftelrt- er Hank Thompson another chance at second base. Thompson, who has played third bflfi* and the outfield In recent years, had a whirl at. second in 1949 without much success. Luck Needed MIAMI, Pla. (AP) — Southpaw Ed Lopat of the New Yorlc Yankees believes that "you have to be really lucky to win 20 games." "My luck lay in the fact that 1 never missed a turn. No sore nrm bothered me last year, as happened in other years when I won 17 or 18 games." kopat captured 21 games last year. Bourlrean TH*sperale SARASOTA, Pla. (API—Mana- gor Lou Boudreau planned to tise most of his regulars against the intar-clty rival Boston Braves here today in an effort to snap a six- game losing string of exhibition contests. Boudrenu has been using plenty of youngsters so far to get a line on them in game action, but in this first clash of the annual city eerle.5, he's out to draw first blood. Billy Goodman, who had been n nine-day holdout, will make his first start, playing second base. Vern Stephens will IK at third with Jim Piersall at shortstop, Walt Dropo at first, and Randy outn- pert and Harry Taylor pitching. Ellintt to IV Traded BRADENTON, Pla. (AP>— Manager Tommy Holmes sent pitchers Chet Nichols, Vern Blckford and Jim Wilson to rhe mound today it; tiie first Rame of the Boston Braves' exhibition scries with the Boston Red Sax. The feeling here is that Bob Elliott, veteran third baseman and the Tribe's final holdout, will wind 'up with another National League club, probably the Dodgers or Giants. Trucks Slilnes LAKELAND. FJ.l. 'API — Three rookie pitchers — Dick Marlowe. Wayne McLcland and Al Yaylian --arc poinR to shriw what they can do for the Detroit TiKCrs today against, the Cincinnati Reds. Veteran Junior Virgil Trucks ami virtually nil the rcRiilars In the lineup romped to a T-r> win over the Jiostori Rod Sox yesterday. Trucks showed blazing speed after" beiiiB touched for three hits and one rim In the first inning. After that he gave up only one hit In the re- raining four innings he hurled. K:vln Hurts Willie 8ov SACRAMENTO. Calif. — Rain Is elvlne Manager Caul Richards of the Chicago White Sox plenty of worry. The Sox. washed out last nlghl In a scheduled came with the Solans, have been nhle to play only 23 innings thus far in the exhibition campaign. •Most of the good we accomplished with our pitchers during the 10 days of curly training at El Centre, already has been nullified," said Richards. "We'll have to start playing gamps or we Just will not be in condition to start the season." Richards has hoped of scheduling some sanies out of the rain belt. In El Centro. Yumn and Mexlcnll or Calc.xico if other major leagus clubs can be brought into the program. rllchcrs Falter LOS ANGKLES (API—The Chicago Cubs' first, attempt to use only two pitchers per t>nme backfired, but Mutineer Phil rjavaiel'a will try again todny. .'••>lin K|-nji*te!n and Joe Hntlen were scheduled to go the route ; .;.iuist the tx>s Angeles Angels yesterday but had to tie rescued by Luvern Pear and Bob Schnltz. The Cubs eventually defeated their cousins, 12-7. The two clubs meet again today with Cavnrctta determined to use only two hurlers—Sob Kelly and Bob Rush. An outfield shuffle will put Jack Wallaesa In left field. Bob Usher in center and Frankle Bnuniholtz In right. Finals Tonight In NIT Tourney LaSallc and Dayfon Clash in Garden; Game Rated Tossup NEW YORK f/Pj-Two rank outsiders, LaSnlle (2.1-5) and Dayton '27-3), clash tonight In the Nn- tlonal Invitation D^kflhall Charnr.- l™<hlp. nnd r ,ag,il!e- s vclcran Coach Ken I.efflcr says ifs not [the Flyers' height thill's worryins him—-It's their breadth." "We've played ollirr tall |eam.5 i his year. Western Kentucky, tor i nstanre, nnd done all risht." i.or-f- Ilr-r n one-time ,,ro tutor, said , out we ve never mr-t anybody that's bo<h as (nil ,i,,d „„ strong as (hew "Just look at the shoulders on SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1952 fellows and Don Me Chuck Our Kite Picked in Oaklawn Feature; Smartjax Runs First HOT SPRINGS. Ark r,r, _ O:ir Kite, who s»t a record for a mile and 70 y.irds in winning the Kine Cotton Handicap !aM Rmur- day, heartrri a ciiuctiiii: p:u-jidc to the post in the fj.oon Southland Handicap at Oaklawn r.irk today. The H^nrv ForreM spmivter covered the rii:nar.ce la, 1 ,' v.n-k in 1:J(11. but he carried nine mere pfnmris today nnci fntcd stiffcr cf>mrjotition. Our Kite's chiof opposition probably Hill comr? from Flcrt F.irl'ir. winner of itir- mile ar.d a sixii-rntli feature la?! year, Flor.lmz n.-ra-.i. and the Einil Den^nvirk Jr . cjitrifv of Cullerton anri Rn'.jrrt Other? entrrcd included D?d Hard Toab. Little Imp and Owens Cuto. Smarljax. 3-yrar old fi'iv ow.-i- ed by Lawrence H Th r rr.p?nri. ver:- A Tossup n ,** !he K °™ think ». <MS " 11 h " 1 )1C think we can win it. Coach Tom Blackbu in. but promises „ better showing last year's finals when the were upended by Brlgham "rimam Davton's won't pr" won the featured Camden Armorel's Girls Win District Title Armorers N'egro Junior girls basketball tram ivon the right to repre- District Eipht In the state tournament in Little Reck next w-cek bv rlefe.itim Frenchman's Giants Back in Groove with Good Pitching Jansen, Spencer Team To Check Brownies 6-1; Rain Halts Cards, Nats By RALPH RODBN AsMxIattd Press Sports Writer Manager Leo Dnrochar of the New York Giants can re- ax a bit now-h.s well heeled pitching staff is back on the t-'ly Young, (14-43. LnSnlle's "Forgoltcn Men" have W^S^-~^ OayK^^LS'^! 1 ^ a 20 game winhlni; streak. a( 8°30 fln pm l! fEST!"'"' <1 '" heS ' n Square Garden, following a'conso" latlon R an,e hclwcen Duquesne and St. Donivvonturc at VMS p , m The op seeded Dukes were beaten bv LaSnlle nnd the Bonnles. third ^'semi^uT 5 *'' » y D *»*» «> Siloam Springs And Emerson in Girls' Finals NEWPORT.. Ark. f/P, _ S |i oam Sprmgs. nnd Emerson battle to- basketball championship SC ^°° They BtUnert the finals last night by eliminating Poughkcepsle and Grecnweed. respectively. In the si'iiii-finals. Siloam Sprinss, with Beulah Wiook s 21 points shou-jnj, thc W|W (Imvncd Poughkccpsle. 42-37 I O r- enc Millignn was high scorer for Poilglikeepsle with 16 points Nancy Williams' 43 points' were enough tn carry Emerson over Greenwood. 55-34. Sara Ruth Edw ? r /; 15 headed Ore cnwood's offense with 16 points. beam. The Cinderella League champions of 1051 looked anything but king pins during the ' early . s of exhibition plav UK they dropped Jour out of five games. fJurocher was fit to be tied but his ace In (he hole. Sal (The Barher) Margie came to the rescue Thursday with a neat five scoreless Inning performance in a 6-0 triumph. The- Little leader's other ace, Larry Jansen, nnd relief artist Rcorge Spencer brought further Joy to Durocher yesterday when they teamed up to pitch the Giants to a 6-1 victory over the St. Louis Browns. blanked the "new Browns" on three hits in five In- tiings. Spencer retired nine Brownies In order until the ninth when they clipped him for three hits and their lone run. Until the ninth Giant pitchers had held the opposition scoreless for Ifl straight innlnes and hadn't yielded a walk in two games. The Giants collected only seven hits off lefty Hob Cain, a former farm hand, and Dliane Pillette but one was a three-run hnrnr-r bv Army bound Willie Mays In the fourth inning. Cnh.s Beat I,.A. Elsewhere, action wn.s limited because of rain. In the onlv other Barnes played, the Chicago Gnus crushed their Los Angeles farm club. 12-7, nt FllllcrUm. Calif.; the Detroit Tigers downed the Boston Red Sox, 7-5. nt Sarasota, Fla.; the New York Yankees nipped the Brooklyn Dodgers In n night game at. Miami, Fla.. 6-5; San Diego defeated the Chicago While Sox "B" team. 3-1. In a night game at San Dicco; and the St. Louis Cardinals played the Washington Senators to a 6-6 tie In a game that was halted after 51,5 innings because of rain. Scheduled games between Cleveland and San Francisco (PCM. the Boston Braves and Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh and Oakland 'PCD and the Chicago White Sox and Sacramento (PCL1 were cancelled because of rain. Northcy Homers Home runs by Ron Northey. Leon Brinkoph, Bob Ramazzotl and Rov Smalley paced the Cubs to victory over I.os Angeles. The Cubs wrapped It up In the eighth with five runs, three on Ramazzotl's four- bagger. Wllmer (Vinegar Bend) Miwll the Cards' highly touted rookie lefthander, was hit hard by Washington. The Senators touched Mizell for five runs in the first Inning on four walks, a double by Irv N'oren and a trtph by Sam Mele. The Cards enjoyed a big inning at the expense of Glen Elliott in the fourth when they counted four times. The R.rrt Sox youngsters went down to their sixth straight defeat In bowing to Detroit. Boston collected 13 singles but the Tigers smacked out five doubles and seven one-baggers to win. New York's fi-5 squeaker over was Hie yanks' fifth straight triumph. The Yanks pull- ed ft out with eighth Inning. two runs In the June Byers Two Women Booked on Wrestle Card A double main event card. Including a bout between two women wrestlers, has been booked for the American Legion's wrestling matches at Memorial Auditorium Monday night. June Bycrs and Millie Stafford, a pair of hefty female grapplers will square off In the first of the two bouts. They'll grapple for a one hour time limit. In the other bout. Roy Welch and Eddie Malone. a pair of veteran male heavyweights .will fight over the 90-minute time limit route. This will be the first apearance of women wrestlers here in several months and. according to Promoter Mike Maroney, the two women involved both have fine reccids. Miss Byers currently the third- ranked contender for the women's wrestling crown which has been worn for years by Mildred Burke. This will be her first, appearance In BJylheville. Miss Stafford is no newcomer to Blytheville wrestling fans. She appeared here several months ago and has made several appearances in Memphis recently. Richards Happy with White Sox, Thinks This May Be Their Year PASADENA MV-Outside of being By GAVLE T.VLBOT pestered by Latin ball players who lost their train tickets or had passport trouble or for any one of six other reasons failed to report to training camp on time, Paul Richards appears to be a moderately happy'man as he bcgirw his second season at the helm of the Chicago But the Ihln man never looks entirely happy, and he probably doesn't want his players to either. Baseball to Paul is an extremely* '_ ^ serious 24-hour-a-day business, and j he works at it. He drives his men] with a sort of studied brutality in the spring, harder than any other manager except, possibly, Rogers Hornsby. Ihough fellows who played with him at Detroit and elsewhere declare he was the laziest catcher who ever rti-cw on a uniform. This could be a canard. In his first try as a big league pilot. Richards yanked the Sox up Paul Richards by the scruff of the neck and deposited them in fourth place In the American League. This was one of , the year's outstanding feats, even If ' Cleveland did deserve an assist for I making thi> mercurial Minnie Mln- oso available early in the race. There was a thrilling stretch of 41 days while the Sox were in first place. This time the man from Waxa- hatchie thinks he has a chance to lake it all. A year ago when he. talked, that way he drew some tolerant smiles here and there. He refused to discuss rival clubs then, and he still does, if you wish to talk to Richards, you" talk about the White Sox. But there aren't any smiles this sprine. The man has proved he is loaded. 'Could Be Our Year" spring games. In the first one last week, they defeated Coach Robert Blues Whip Greys 6-0 In Memphis State Tilt OSCEOLA—Memphis State College's "Blues" scored'a touchdown in the waning seconds of the first half to turn back the "Greys" 6-0 in the Tigers' second spring intra-squad game at Hale Field here last night. The victory gave the Blues a A. Long's Grey snuad 19-0 at Mem clean sweep of the Tigers' two phis. Red Hogatt. a 175-pound lailback, proved to be the difference between the otherwise equal squads. Hoggatt himself got the six pointer on game's only touchdown and Hogged himself got the sx pointer on a tackle slant from 10 yards out. Defensive Battle The swift-moving redhead plunged through a strong side hole, kept Ins fooling and slipped to the goal line where he was hit hard by a. i_..y i^.unsive back but his momentum carried him across. -f The game mostly was a defensiuS battle between two big lines. Neither side moved the ball offensively to any great extent in spite of the fact that there were three scoring opjxjrtuniUes. The Blue team took advantage of its only renl scoring chance which was helped along by a pair of five couldn't capitalize on its two Darkhorses Vie For NAIB Crown Murray State Plays Springfield State In Finals Tonighf By SKIPPER PATRICK KANSAS CITY (AP) Tile Murray (Ky.) State College Thoroush- breds and Springfield (Mo.i Stale's Bears, both highly regarded but underrated five days ago, meet tonight for the National Intercollegiate (NAIB) basketball championship. Murray State, piloted by its great little Bennie Purcell, knocked off Portland (Ore.) University's Pilots "i-57, in the semi-finals played be- "This could be our year," he says. "I can't see where any club in the league is, superior to the White Sox. All we need is comparable per- „„..,,. ,„ „,,. ae , nl . llr formances from our best men of last I fore 8..MO last nh>ht' Place, plus help from several play- Springfield, seeded eighth In the 32-team, six-day tournament, up T set previously undefeated Southwest Texas State of San Marcos. 10-67, in a sparkling double overtime contest. The winner tonight gains the right to meet the NCAA titlist in the first round Olympic Playoffs here March 29. Springfield continued to surprise spectators with its solid team victory that snapped Southwest Tex- ers acquired during the off season." Paul says his club is going to run again—go for that extra base every time there is the remotest chance of success. This brand, of game took the league somewhat by surprise last About 46.000 European refugees from were admitted into Britain before World War II. ivnui> \icin me lentureci Camden ! '" "' opie.iunt; frenchman's Purse. Oil Countess was second and "»>'">' " 6 -!S in the finals of the D-n Cal. third, ; District Eitht tournament nt Os- Smari.inx covered the fiv ' ' the finals a half fnrlnrujs in 1:05 and re- Armorel advanced turned S7.BO. ' ' ' by dofr-.THng and Cweola to 137 Nags Nominated For Kentucky Derby By KYLE VANCE LOUISVILLE. Ky. W)— The lure of the Kentucky Derby's gold and glory resulted today in the nomination of 167 3-year-olds for the 195? renewal. Only three times before In 7B would prefer to "wail and see" be- '<:*<.. anr years ot competition for America's fore answering the question- "Sup- be taken Inn^t. rn,-/>!ntl rvlurr ,-,.« V.n..« .,,.*-.. • ... ._ '" . . loam's lengthy tenure at the top. The Sox pilot scoffs at a suggestion that Nelson Fox. his great 'little second baseman who walloped the ball for .313 last year, was plnying over his head. The boy is only 24. he points out— just finding himself. Porfrr Stay Stick , Tlie moil intriguing possibility in [ the Sox camp is that Hichards'will carry his young catching phenom. Jay Porter, well into the season Porter, a strapping kid who played for an Oakland high school only two seasons ago and was handed a S65.000 bonus to sign, had in impressive year at Waterloo and looks as though he's ready right now. This is awkward, because the Sox already have good catching strength in Sherman Lollnr and Phli Masi veterans both. Common sense would seem to dictate that Porter spend at- least another season out in the high minors, but some of the experts around here aren't so sure erca ore most coveted racing cup have more. -pose there are more starters than horses been nominated. The record, space in the starting "ate?" 1% were named 24 years ago for the 1928 running. There were 17, nnm- Ty Cobb fro Miss Ail-Star Game HOLLYWOOD (AP) _ Ty Cobb won't be able to manage the major league all-star team that opposes the Hollywood Stars In a charity ?ame here tomorrow. The one-time Georgia Peach has been ordered into a Palo Alto htxs- nital for a checkup and a week's rest, and his place probably will Root, e.x-Chi- Enrlc. Marker! that order. Tree inations in 1896 and 179 in 1838 Tlie big pot of names stirred widespread speculation that the bisrsoM of all derby V'lds will line lip for the 10S2 race May 3 r.t Thr late Col Matt Wnn rl»ddv r of t^e derbffrom^r^ In Usts'- by the cago Cub pitcher rno nta'i. 5 < > , * crippled as' pcrlect string at 29 victories. Hoofs of Fans Music to £ ars Of Hoot Evers LAKELAND. Fla.'JP) — Walter A. Evers. the lean, lithe and curly- haired Detroit outfielder, hopes the Tiger fans "hoot" the heck out of him season. The more they "hoot" at him, the better he's going to like it, Because whenever the cash customer their in Briggs Stadium set 'hoot, hoot" chant, they merely telling their favorite player he is still their boy. Ever since he wa.s a freckled faced kid in St. Louis. Evers has been called "Hoot" and the Tiger fans have adopted it as their call every time he comes to bnt. Last year the "hoots" were few and far between. He suffered his worst year in the big leagues. From a robust .323 in IS50, Evers dropped to a microscopic. .224. Best Ball Tourney In Final Round ST. AUGUSTINE, Flu. tin — Al Ulmer and Tommy Aycock of Jacksonville are favored to grab the National Seniors Best. Ball Golf title they missed, a year ago. Ulmer and Aycook, rated among >f | the nation's best 50-and-over ama- yjteiirs, meet a pair of upsettcrs In N O T I C f. Notice is hereby civen that Leachvillc Scr,tx>l nistnc' No 40 actin? throueh i^ rjnard of r)irec- tors, has tiled a pc'Uinn with lhe County Board of Education of Mis- fisjipp! County. Ark.iKWi. rcqi;rst- Ing an increase in the number of school directors in. sairt ni.-lrict from five to srvcn. Said pctitiinn alleges that the ni'.'rict has be-on greatly increased' in size ar,d ;v,p- ulatlon, anri that it will bo to tt-c best Intercs-s of the District to have'the membwhip ir..:r«.i = ed so that newly adrie/i 3;fnf csn be represented on the Board. A hearing will be conducted upon said petition at the next me-etinz of the County Board of Education to be held at the Court, Hmr-o in B) V - thcville, Arkansas. R; ZIOT p \\ on the 16 day of March, 1352. John Maycs, County Supervisor of Education 3,1552 CAM. KOK RKI'I'IlMfAN COrNTY CONVENTION As Chairman and Secretary of thr County Central Comniitte'e. n .M;:.-s Coin-cntion (if fiepublirans (if Ml:v-i^:p:M C'-:nm1y 15 hereby called to mr-r-t at the Court House in r.lythcvillo. in t], 0 Circuit Court Room, at 2:30 o'clock P.M. on thf 2111) dny of March. I!)n2 for the purpose of electing delegates to the State Convention uhicb convenes i the Marnni Hotel the 2:ith nnd 3r;tri of April. 19S2: the rcorcani7at!oa of the County Coinmittfp nnd the transaction of SIH-II ollirr b'iFineff tha! may properly come before such Convention. Dated this 5th day of March. 15S2. D. Fred Taylor. ,Ir.. Chairman Welch Foster. Secretary 315S2 The ArinoreMeam'win" enter the ' chllrrl " 1! »•»"«• The most" to ate tournamn,,. «.,^u ...m i. J.t^ I swer tn e starter w Five Top Netmen In Miami Meet •as 22 in 1928. but j purse and prestige considerations are different now. making the challenge more Inviting. At the some time, more o\vnrrs have Sl.OMl to pay as n starting fee .,,n.u..m mrmcirs tne v>p :i-' Last year's derby attracted 20 start-! year olds developed in juvenile »" and there uere 45 fewer nomi-Mm last year and early tests lined up two or three- deep if ncces-: S100.000, »nd if enough owners pavers, meet a pair of unsptters In <ary and starred without a gate, the s 1.000 to start it not only will today's final 18 hok mateh i Fred In no event, he said, would the have the biggest field but will car-' Francis and W I oTvsrJaJe of It |j|'v£'r,ri h<! r "" m0re tha " ° ne I ry the b '"" ;51 tot! » Payoff. Augustine DrysriaJe 01 St. Bill Corum. hi^ successor, is be- lii'ved to follow that same reasoning. The hig lineup of nominations yard penalties but the Grey team chances with both dying inside the A much smaller than expected crowd of approximately 500 fans braved a biting north wind to see the collegians in action and !n spite of the low score they saw plenty of rock 'em-sock 'em action. Both sides employed the Tennessee single wing offense. Sudbury Five Captures Y's Cage Crown •& Suribury's basketball team captured the "Y" Grade School champion, ship with a 2O-17 victory over Yar- oro at i,he High school gym last night, coming from behind to gain the victory. The Yarbro team made its bid early in the game, taking a 12-5 advantage in the first quarter, but there the scoring punch died and. they were unable to tally In tha second period while Sudbury poured through g points to take a 13-12 lead at the Intermission. Sudbury built up an 18-15 advantage at the close of the third period and then tried to freeze the ball the entire last quarter. These tactics almost cost them the ball game as Yarbro gained possession on several occasions and only poor shoot- ine kept their score down. High scorer for the game was Danny Bratcher who swished 5 field goals and three free tries for a thirteen point total, sieve McGuire led the Yarbro point-making with 7 and Glen Edwards, elongated Yarbro center, come up with 6, all lg^ the opening period. Bill Wyatt comBl pleled the Yarbro scoring with *.' For Sudbury. harles Coalter had 4 and John Nelson 3 while Jerry Lull had one free conversion. Ouf.stamiins feature of the game was the defensive work. Not only did Bratcher lead the scoring but was a standout at rebounding and defensively. For Yarbro. Ray Ward and Steve McGuire weie tops defensively. Immediately following the game, the championship trophy was presented the winners by "Y" President C. L. McWaters. naturally includes the 3-ycar- MIAMI. Fla. <,F. - The 'he Miami Invitational field hi Tennis nation.'; than this yea Derby officials Indicated Ihev Ihe Ballroom of ) Championships March 22-30 s 11 Little Rock on i^t'ide five n ; the nation's sjv ranking players. They are Vic Soixas of Philadel phla. nick rated javitl N'o. 1 In the nation: of Orange. N. J. for 1 1 veil top in-; 2: Bill Halbrr! of ,Vnv York. No. 4; Arthur Uirsr-n of San Lcanrlro. Calif.. N'o 5; and Gardnar Mulloy of Miami, Xo. 7. Mils year. Rut on that score, too. the stand- ' outs are niany. giving artrted rise to the outlook for a crowded field. Tom Frol. Hill Gall and Windy C'i'V II arc best liked at present b:il. no loss than 15 horses have , shown promise for the test of tests, j The mile and n quarter derby once ' > r FEEDS Wholesale or Retail FULL-0-PEP STAF-0-LIFE doore Bros Store lime 6S68 lliwav 18 West BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, March 17 8 p.m. Adults 50c—Children 15e LADY WRESTLERS Miss June Byers vs. Miss Millie Stafford One Hour Time I.imil — B«sl 2 Out of 3 Falls Roy Welch vs. Eddie Malone 90 Minute Time Limit — Best 2 Out of 3 Falls for Reserved Seals. Call 33S9 FOR SALE! Ammonium Nitrate 20 1 /2 Per Cent For Information and Price, Cal! WEST MEMPHIS COTTON OIL MILL VA/ C C T I.I^LJKI. .• IK._ WEST MEMPHIS, Phone West Mewipnis, 84 ARK. Phone Memphis, 5-4040

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