The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 27, 1960 · Page 10
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1 ' Dell* Democrat-Times 10 Wednesday, July 27. '60 Bloodmobile Comes To COOKIE REWARD -- Mrs. Howard Dyer serves cookies lo Dewitt Tucker after he has given his pint of blood. Coffee and Cokes are also on hand, and vials of ammonia for those who feel faint. REGISTRATION'--The tint station for tb« 58 Greenvilliam who gave « pint of Wood each lo the Red Cross Bloodmobile here yesterday, w«§ (he registration table, where (onus are filled out and the donor li given a card which Hill tuure him or any Immediate member of his family of. receiving a blood transfusion free of charge for the next i!x months at any cooperating hospital. The hospital* at Greenville »nd Leiand *re all participating members of tho Red Crosj program. Here C. L, "Slim" Landrum and Bill Featherstone give information to volunteers Mrs. Bernard Skibeil, Mrs. Rhodes Wesson and Dr. Nino Bologna. (Staff Photos by David Brown) BOTTLES READY - Mrs. Jackie Lewis and Mrs. Nadlne Nelson get more Information from Moss's card and hand him a bottle with the proper identification on it which will accompany his blood all the way to the blood bank. Freedom Fighter Who May Have Killed Six Also Shot Himself NEW BRUNSWICK N.J. (AP --A man connected with the slaying of six people shot himself the day he was captured by police, Prosecutor Edward J. Dolan said Tuesday. Dolan said there was no question, that Michael Fekecs, 25, a: Hungarian refugee, attempted suicide. The prosecutor based his statement on ballistics testa made on a piece of bullet that had entered Fekecs' head. Fekecs was captured in Union, N.J., on July 12 after a gun battle with police. It was believed police had wounded him. He is in critical condition in 'a 'hospital under guard. He is charged with the murder of patrolmen John Lebed, 30, and George W. Dunham, 31, who had picked him up for a traffic offense. The prosecutor says he is responsible for the deaths of four other persons in the home of Dr. Francis Clarke, prominent surgeon, in North Brunswick Jan. 26. Found dead in the Clarke home wore Edith Clarke, 57, the surgeon's wife; Dorothy Moore, 66, the housekeeper; Miss Cora Thad- deas, 29, a maid; and · Maurice Michael, 56, a cab driver who had driven the killer to the home. / motive for the murders has no! bee'n established. Annual Indianola Pet Show Slated Next Wednesday fNDlANOLA - A project of Indianola's summer Youth Program which attracts much interest is the Annual Pet Show sponsored by the Civic League. The Show will be held at Gilmer Park Wednesday August 3 at 4 p.m. Mrs, Thad Parker, president of the club serving as general chairman of arrangements has announced competition in the following categories: Largest pet, smallest pet, prettiest pet, best dressed pet, best dressed carriage, best trick, oldest pet, most unusual pet and pet with the longest whis- BLOOD TAKEN - B e h i n d screens, the donors lie on tables while their blood is taken. This requires less than five minutes, but the contributors rest for about another ten minutes. kcrs. First second and third place inners will receive ribbons and these signify points. A sweepstake prize will be awarded (ho contestants with the most points. 'Perfect Sleeper" First mattress scientifically designed to help prevent Fatigue Build-Up! · Patented Serial!ner construction . ..slender ribbons of stael distribute weight perfectly, help prevent Fatigue Build-Up! · Smoolh-lop construction--no buttons, no bumps! · Extra lovetizlng layer! · Quilled borders won't break down) HOME APPLIANCE COMPANY Phone ED 2-1503 Highway 82 E. 'irestone FIRESTONE DELUXE CHAMPION GUARANTEED NEW Applied on lound tire bodlsj or on your own tire* THESE TWO SYMBOLS mean that our guarantee will be honored anywhere In America GUARANTEE We g u a r a n t e e our N«w Treads, bearing Iho Firestone Quality Tread Medallion anrf our shop code mark, to be free from defects in workmanship and materials. If examination by us or any Firestono dealer or atoro discloses a defect in the trend or cord body, it wiH b« repaired or an adjustment made on tho cosf of another New Tread, prorated on tread wear and based on the ml price current at the lima of adjustment The Firestone Quality Tread Medallion This aisur«i that wo use only high-grade Firestone tread rubber and material! in our guaranteed New Treads. Shop Code Mark fSSl) Thlj mark, molded right Into the New Treat), J assures quick o n - t h e - s p o t adjujtmonts wherover you drive. ALL TIRES MOUNTED ! ideal for car. outboard Keep baby safo and comfortable in car. Washable plailic. motor, power mower. With y. flexible pour spoul. i Breeze through seat and back ie«p driver COOL! ! 1002 Washington -JfV BLOOD TESTED -- A quick needle-prick and your blood is sampled for type while a pretty nurse, here Sara Whatley of Birmingham testing W/0 Wilbur Moss of the local National Guard, fills out a form concerning any ailments you may have had and when you last gave blood. The donor's temperature and blood pressure is also taken. Sears Reaches New High For Newspaper Ads For the first time in its history Sears, Roebuck and Co. invested more than $50,000,000 in newspaper advertising space in 1959 W. F. Word, local Sears store manager announced today. The company's record high 1959 retail store newspaper advertising expenditure was $52,520,000 an ir.crense of more thnn $3,000,000 over the 195S total of $49500,000, Word said. It represented the fourteenth consecutive year Scars has invested a record-breaking number of dollars in newspaper advertising space he addeci. More thnn 925 daily and weekly newspapers throughout the United Slates shared in the 1959 expenditure, which w?s 75.5 per cent of the company's retail advertising budget. Total retail media expense rf 569,529,500 in 1959 also set a new high increasing S5,218,500 over 1958 expenditures of SfrUI 1,000. Advertising through radio television and circulars accounted for J17,003,500 of the total media expense. In 1959 Sears retail and mail order divisions had net sales of 54,036,153.139 largest in the firm's 73-year history. During the year the company opened eight new stores in areas not previously served by Sears to bring the total number of stores in (his country to 7;H as of J a n u a r y 31, 1950 the close of the fiscal year. See Grady Griffin FOR LOANS I5°° UP Delta Democrat-Times Classified Ads Is A Vote For Quick Cash For You! The results are already in !And it's a fact t h a t more and more smart people nre using Delia Democrat- Times Clnssified Ads to c n r n quick, cash simply by selling household items they no longer use. Von too can sell articles the easy Democrat-Times Want At! way. Make a list of items you'd like to convert into casli, such as used Chrisfmns toys, cameras, TV sets and sports gear -- just to name a few. Then call ED 5-1153 between 8 AM ami 5 PM and a helpful Ad Writer wilt place your arl. It's that easy! Inexpensive too: Only 36c daily for a 2 lino nd on the 7 Hny plan. Start earning extra cash nowl The Buys Extra Cash Marketplace 201 Main St. ED 5-1155

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