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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 12, 1947
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PAGE BIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS -THURSDAY, JUNK 1'-'. 1917 U. of A. Football Player Named Assistant Grid Coach for 8.H.S.; School to Have Cage Mentor W. B. Nicholson, superintendent of Blytheville jcliools. announced today Ihe signing of an assistant football concli fur lilviUeviile Kitli School'and a basketball coach for both Hie junior and senior Invli school teams for the 1041-48 seasons. 'waiter S. Davis, of• Auvcrgnc, Ark., near Newport, was sisjnrd as backfield and assistant conch for Ihc Blylhevillo clil<'fc:'>a-.vs unit jame.'. R. Fisher, of Friendship, Ark., has been signed as (irtici-.d basketball coach for the Papooses and will probably handle th- 1 loaclim,; of the liigh school basketball sqnnd next year, Mr. NleloV.nn said. Coach Davis will graduate from* 'the - University ' of Arkansas this (Summer. He >vas a member of la:,t year's Roorback team and was recommended by John Barnhill, head mentor of the University's football squad. He i s a graduate of Newport HtBh School where ho played three years of football. He played in the backfield of the Rii/orbnek squad for the past two seasons but, s«v>' little action last year. He served in .the Army during the war. Hymnn Promoted • Coach Davis will assume his duties a s assistant to co:\ch rinnan Bynum, who will be athletic direc- The Champion tor lor the Blythcville School D"is- tric.t, when school \ise\ns in Scn- teniber. Mr. Nicholson staled. :Coacl\ Fisher Rraduated from Heriderson State Teachers at '. Arkadelphia this Sprini; and is at present taking a post graduate Smoketesers Down Paragoult Druggists Lose THt With Horr.crsvifle in Walker Park Gomes Coming from he-hind in tlw six'.h Inning, I lie Hum Johns Rmokc'limi:-:-.' Boys ilowncd I lie HighfiJi Furniture Store Softball leatn "f P.u-:\- Ronld 6 to 3 :tt Walker Park la-ii- night to mastery ovrr out- of-town opposition. In tlic second «ame tlie Oivens BruKMs dro]i]ii'd thi'ii' second Kami- Hefnri' nilmiriiiK caddies, Ben I logon, PCI A champion, practices iron shuts at St. Louis Country Club preparing for U.S. Open. was collegiate (he course : at (.he Summer school now In proRrcss at Henderson. •For four years he was a meinlicr of the Friendship !!ii;h School basketball squad, and was chosen on .the all-state high school in 1939 as a forward. He entered Henderson College "' 1940 and played on the varsity squad for' two years before entering the service. In 1942 lie chosen on the nil-state squad as a forward. - -He served four .vear s with 32nrt Division, and spent 1C months, with the fanYous outfit In the Pa- 1 cific Theatre of Operations. While, with the Army of Occupation ml Japan, he played on the Divisions basketball squad. Girls' nirrclor SnURlit Uuon his release from the service he relumed (o Henderson State Teachers where he.aitain won all- state honors last year. Mr Fisher, his wife, nnd five, months old ichlld. will arrive m Elythcville in August to assume his new duties. The hiring of on assistant fooi- bal! coach was necessitated by the resignation of Conch Bill Godwin in April. Coach Bvnnm. who then was assistant football mentor, was promoted to head conch. Mr Nicholson stated that the school employed the haskelbill coach in an effort to broaden sports program. He stated that thp. school is seeding ail instructor for girls athletics and that hd had received several applications for ttie position. Miss Alexa Williams, who was physic.! 1 education instructor for girls lasl year.' submitted her resignation at the. close, of the school term month, he said. (o the sirunt! Hornrr.srillP. Mo.. S to 3. Honicrsvillc was called on tri phich-llit for tin- Dr. Pepper tcni.l of FarauonUJ which w.'.ii ot'iidn'i 1 !•' booked wilh the Druggists but an- nciuu-ed yrsterclav noon that lh;;y could not mak'j the trip. Silly Willy, the Panijjoiild timlov, held the Smokehouse team hillcvi until the bin sixth when H. ». Foster brat out a bnnl [or Johns' first biugle. The (4011115 was rather easy from there- as Ihc liit seemed to "disorganize- the flashy vlsltiiiL! team. I'araiiould lllnws Lead Going Into the last ot the sixth. the Pai-agonld nine held a 3 to 0 lead over Johns. After Foster's scrnlch hit. Willy 'clew Ins control nnd walked in two runs and Allowed two more to score on two put out throws. L. W. Pitzlmn'.i. who hurled for the Smokehonw Dovs. singled sharply to rigid field to score the Until two scores, iparagtiuld .scored two. runs in the 'or League Clubs Leave Gate Open for Late Season Scramble a Razorback Boosters CTef first Chance to Buy Tickets for 7947 Gomes .1. Louis Cherry, president of the Cliickasiiwba Chapter of the l(:i/oi-back BcxHliTs Club, announced today that letters I ram Coach John Harnhill of the University ol Arkansas containing applications !«r tickets to Hazorbick games this Kail \:-.'.ii teen mailed to members i.i the Blythc-villc club. Mc:niHT.s of tlic llasorbiick Booster Clubs will be b'ivcn priority on li.ri'ls to nazoi'back games, he said. Me:ui>ei-.s should -subtnit their oi 1 - <lc!S along with checks as soon as they rroeive the U'ttei'.s. Ten Untversifies Fined for.Athletic Code Violations HUN VALLEY, Malta. June 12. mi>i __ Fines totaling $5,'!00 were levied ngiitnst 1(J West Coast unt- Vi-i>ili('s today in an unprecedented <Tarkdo'.vn on violations of the utli- k tic "JHlrily" co:Je." Tlic University of California at Los Angeles !ed tlie list with the JKiLccst [iue of S2400. Second was Uiiivm-Jli' of Souilicrii C;iiK»nii;i with 5I.7SO. and third the University of California ullh a fine of 51)50. The other universities fined <vere: Hianfoi'd. SGOO: Washington Stale s:!on; Washington. S200; Orrgon, SMI: Montiina. $125. University of Idaho. $i>0; Oreyon State. $25. 'I he pacific coast conference cited viol.itions: interviews or pros- Anyway, They're First to Row at Poughkeepsie They may not lead the 11-crew parade in the three-mile race on the Hudson. .lime 21. 1>U Columl a Lions arc the first at PontfUkt-epsie. They are John Maher, bow; Waller Bcckman. 2. Sn\dt 3; Dave Kayser, 4; Dave Kclton, 5; George McVicar, U; Kea Tliayer, i; Dirck Lejs, swain Frank Haas.- . ^t-.ukc, <mu Noogans Check tomping Vo!s Both Teams BatMe For Better Berths In First Division NRW YORK. .Tune 12. (UP) •No team in Ihe ni'ijor leagues seen-s ii'iiabi building up a long winning streak and unless a couple of them do, the fans probably can count on the pc'inun!. races b'liKj a.s cxcitim; In Senicv.iber ns they are toriay. In the Kast-Wes 1 , compethion just, concluded .10 Vniu -stO'jJ out In either league. Brtjoklyn had lh« best tin; National, 7 and 4 against western loam.;, but Uos- lon and New V.ii'k vic\i on'.y a slin:!'-' behind with mart, of 7 Tlie Phils KOI to Howie Pollet Inr | pri'livc sttidiints by coaches of their last Mfss Little Roc.k of 1947 Named in Beauty Revue LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. June 12. tUP) — Blonde, blue-eyed Pansy Camp, the 20-year-old daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Cami>. was chosen yesterday as "Miss Little Rock" nnd will comncte in the beauty nageant at Helena. .Tune 25th and 20th for (he title of "Miss Arkansas.*' Sho was chosen Little Rock's lairest yesterday in competition •with nine other beauties — five blondes an<i four brunettes. She is five feet five and one-half inches The invading Eastern tennis 1:1 the American League were rough on the home clubs in tlie West. (lirre emerging with n profit. The Yankees hail nil 8-5 trip. Philadelphia wound up with a 7-5 record nnd 13o.slon was 5-3. ^ ^ liit; Mickey Harris pitched the irst' imiing on two hils and added, ried Sox to a a to 0 win at Clcvc- helr third In the first of the sixth land, on two walks- nnd » sliiK'r. Yankees Suffer Loss After gettiiiK off lo a lute s'.artJ Frank Shea's seven-gimic win- the si mm: Hor'nersville nine mished ulng streak for Ihe Yankees was across three nm s >" tin- sixth in- snapped at Chicago by the White nini! lo turn buck the OWL-US Dnw Hox who iterated him. 3 lo 2, In nine 5 to 3. in the nightcap last 11 innings. Don KollownyV triple u j,Yiit mid George Dickey's -single brokL Tlie nniKgisls took the lead hijun the game and gave Joe Ilaynes the third canto, scorim: two nuisjhis fourth decision, on a shif;le anil tw'o llovnevftvilli'l Washington sent Ihe Browns back errors. They added their third tally itiio eighth place »t St. Louis, top- in the fifth frame on *- wo consr:- (pin;; them. •! to 2. as Early Wynn native triples by Tom Little Jr., won his .seventh game nnd drove in and Ted Fisher.' what proved to be. the winning run Short Fly C.utxl fur llomrr with il long tly. Walt Jiulnluh hit llornersville's first tally came on u Brmvnic liomer. what was probably the shortest.- •[•),[, Athletics made it three out hit home run on record. Hensoii,j 0 f [ 0111 . over the leading Tigers at first tmeman for the UorncrsviUe ^ D(niTi , w innini:. ,4 to I), as rookie nine, hit a poi> fly between third Cavl Scll[ , U) SMVC( | his first big base and home plate. Hilly DeT,o:v.T, league victcry after the veteran Al made ft play for U.c bail but couid- i3r. ntl)U piu-hcd Di'troit to a 7 to n't get il. The bull whirh carried , 0|M , nil , g (,iiiin|-,h. Hcheib left 12 a lot of back-spin sailed n[ f . ^ i'riuers stranded an bnse as he bo« th; i-l(?hl. of home i-lnte sloppny, dim n to protect his shulout. which near the umnrt sl.iud s in the par,:. | was 11( . llj|>vrt , r | OS ,,i lo lno j, lct i r,i ml They ntklcrijinothev run in I-IIAL | , 1( , wal |. l>;1 ,, igllt mcn ha Bno ti,r, r , and was touched for a triple rind five nin.s, three walks, an error singles by l>co Handley nnd Kmll Verban in the first innini>; .i k u( made the margin .stand up for a 5 to 4 victory over the Cardinals Joe Medwick hit a thicerun first Inning homer for the losers. The Cubs cashed in on fine pit- ihiiiB to defeat the Braves, 4 to tf, ind 5 to 2, at Ho?ton. Doyle I.nd", strong-armed rookie, held Boston two hits in the opener. I3nl) Chlpmaii won hi.s iifth Knnie in the lightcap. scattering st'ven hits. Do:ii Dallesandre got six singles in eight .lines at bat to pace Chicago ir. joth games. v.]i lampuses; initiation of correspondence by coaches w r iih yi |:iM:tivr students; entertainment on the campus of prospective students iM'Vomi Ihe limits if Ihe code; un- auilJ(iri?.c(l practices .scssiolla* and rrnirs in computing grant.s in aid. Yesk'rday'.s Star — J?ookie Dovle Lade of the Cubs who lield the Braves to two hits In a 4 to 0 vie- .ory as Chicago won a double header. Babe Zaharias, British Galicr Tied in Finals CiULLANE, Scotland. June 12 'Ul'i — Mrs. Babe Didrickson Zn- hai ins, riuccn of America's womer irolfei's, and Jacqueline Gordon o lui^laiiti were tied loday at Ihc eiu of li! holes in their 3U-hole fina match for tile British Women's Amateur Championship. iiinini! when Rouse tripled lo center field and HollUtiu singlco luin licine. Trailinc 3 to 2 in the sixth Hor- iiei'svillc scored thr-e marc nms on three walk s and two hits. ClP.uile Hollicin nitt-hrd for ' tlm '' nersville nnd Ted Fisher and Tor.i Don-is hurled for Owens. Softball League Standings Face Further Tangle Two games will be ,)layo-l in the City Softball League iuii<T>ht Hays Store meeting O v .vr:iir-; Uru the first till, at It o'clock and Phillips Motor meeting CtvvU'/s ElDC- tric In the nightcap. Inspired by their llrsl. v.-in cf Uie season last week, the Hays nine will thiow their ace moimi .st:tr. Jack Whittle, against Ted Kisli;-.- in an ITort to vacate the Ci^(:r.-. A wi-.i ver the Owens team would tin-ov.' :ic league slandinHS into a bit';:.:!- nuldle than the budget. Charley's Electric, on of the nost iini)io\'ed team.s m Uie loa^ue. riii be -seeking a fourth v.iu U'licti ney battle the Moto'.nion tonigiil Icwever. the Motormen Iv.uc pvci.-i d hat they are no pusiiovi r fm a>-ij earn, in spite of their IMII straiglit osses. Cardinals Sale Denied ST. LOUIS. June 12. (UP> — Reports that New York Yankee executive Del Webb would pui'Oas (he St. Louis Cardinals were tcriuc' ••unfounded" today bv Sam Breadon, president of the Redblrds. BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. New Orleans 33 22 Mobile 37 23 Nashville 20 26 Chattanooga 39 31 Birmingham 30 ~M Atlanta 27 31 Memphis 21 :*3 Little libc-k 21 33 NATIONAL LEAGUE Se/ves Aboard Cruiser Alvin L. Cooper, se.irnnn first class, USN, son of Ed IT. Cooper of Knute 1. Luxora. visir.c-d OUi.S'^ow, iiccithind. and Bcrycn, Novw:iy. while Selling aboartl (he Ugh', cruise] USS Wilkes-Barre, the Navy said tuday. incinmili Pittsburgh . St. Louis .. Detroit New York Boston Philadelphia Chicago Cleveland J JVC iCCL 11V U 1IILI.I UJlC-«i<ni iiiv,nv-- . VI 1 tall and weighs 12^ pounds. She is Aiicf rm b4O(<*fOW8 V an artist and plans to study in- I r\USl rit« i^MLrv.T 7 Escaped Fo^e of Hungary Sesxwre terior decorating at College for Women Tex., next Fall. Texas Stale at DeiHon. 36-Cenf Cotton Returns To New York Market •NEW YORK.-June 12. (UP) — Thirty-six cent cotton came back on the board yesterday as harried shorts in the old crop July deliver}' ran into a scarcity of contracts. •Approach of first delivery notice VIENNA. June 12. HIP I- Ernest three doubles m Civilly up seven hits. Herts Detent Undgcrs The IJeils topped the, Dodgers it Brooklyn, fi to -I, on the mar^ii: oi ll-.ty -Mueller's pinch double In thn .sixth which drove in three runs, •Jju-kir Kobinson ^ot four hits fot I3rooklyn — a triple, a double anil t.u> Wiiigle.s. Elmer Riddle, buck after Uckhu; arm trouble, woti first name .since 19-15. ViLtsljur^h nosed out the Ginnts at New York. 8 to 1. despite Wlll- ard Mnrshall's second homer ii tlie ninth and a Ihree-run home by Johnny Mize. his IGth. blv vestordny that Austria h^ii on'.> na-i'i'ow^- escaped the fate of Hungary. Koreff said that informal talks hclwesn Chancellor Ivoiiolcl Pi(:l! and Communist Leader Ernr.-.t Fischer on the possible rem-Lian.- zition of the unvcrnmrnt were "nn nm'oush nsainst Democracy " He characterized thorn as "a tic- finite Fascist method of altcmpt: to achieve the .sirim?; govern- •nt idea." Read Courier News Want Ads. Ties Up With Tito Livestock riny. June- 24. niul thr larjio intev- r t remniiihip to be* adjusto-1. \ ii^lit a persistent demand for, expiring si>ot de!\veiy, trenctli m seruritic>. plu,s rx itenin^ spol situ ttioii, :int\ ay- ssivr- buytnp ir. Iho d-tobvi' r.i\cl mibcr deliveries tor tiro manufacturers and Carolina miUs. lent moineutum to the vise when price* ccovcreti after an irrejiular start. Kennedy Teorrf' Second /n Bow/ing Tournament For Paralyzed Vets WASHINGTON. June 12. (OP) — Kennedy Hospital at Memphis Tenn.. was SCL-OIUI in tlic Nalioiui Ten-pin Bowliiu: Tonriiamcnt con- dntteii at five? luxspilals for |>araly- /c;i veterans. VA announced Iculay. The VA hospital at Van Nuys. I Cat. W.TS first rollilif; up a score nf 7.323 for the 12 games o( the tourney, against 7,fi[):i for Kcnncdy- Thp patients tinwled from wheel chnirs and litters. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111. June 12. (UI>) — (USDA (—Livestock; Ho[!s: n-100: salable 7:H'-,- et active 25-50 cents ?::^:u" -,1 ;\ r average Wednesday. Unlk ^a< d and choice 1GO-2-10 2-1.SO- 24.75. Top M.7!i. 250-273 IMltud 22.15-2-1.25; few 24.50; .!70-3iO pounds largely 22i.i-2it.7ri: unnmcl 340 pounds 220:.: IXd-l.vj pounds 22.75-21.SO; lOO-liO pnund pigs 10.7-2,3.00; jtwifl 27C-r,[) pound sows $UI-'20-.50; heavier wi i jj;'p'.r. 1C.CO-19.CD; most sui.:s 1,1.0010.50. Cattle: -leoo. Salable "oil). Calves 1.200. all salable. M' nip-! ply of cattle find l-j.-oi'd h;- I quiry with a rontiiuLalln'i ot j strciiBlh in prices, .\jmit tluce! loads of top <;(ind and I.M- c-l-.oi^-c | yearling slecrs 27.00: ntln-r K .:od I -steers mainly li^tit wei-.:tit^, ^ - \ 25-20.50. Ciood nnd ellni.-e hrii and mixed yearlings 21 (U)-.'i; mediiuu kinds araund -jo't:!•:.'.i.<);i; i good cow.s IP.CJ'-lJi.riO; i-uiimioil nnd medium beef bulls l.lin'.-H S3; canncrs and cutlers 16.CO-1 l.jd. ATLANTA, Ga., June 18. (liP) — ncrt Nieholl's ChnUflnongn bnll- New York osscrs, wlio by decrees biow very Brooklyn lot or cijually frigid, voday [ii)r'e:r.-c<l | Chicago o be stepping back into the South- | Boston . .. =rn Association race aft-.-r chcckiny; Philadclpliia he ascent of Larry GilbCi't';; ir.-;l-l lot Nashville nine B VD 1. The Vols. moving into 'No^i'n town swashbuckling ban:! of warriors ifler manhandling -.nost of their recent opposition, wcro out tj fake i. firm grip on tliird sons. But the Lookouts broke out with 17 baL-e- ilLs and gave slender Vernon Curlis more than enough help at the dale. Curtis, who has been ineffective n most starts this campaign, Ihrot- :lcd the puissant Nashville attack, .imiling the Tennessee terrorists to scattered safeties. Meainvhile, the home forces were puninieling Vol neincomer Bob R.-i5h and Neil Saulia almost at will. Mentor NiehofT. no Johnny-come- ately to Southern diamojid sklr:ii- ishing, has contended all Snring tliat his ball club was sound and would win with a bit nun'c limely batting support for the mound corps. On last night's demonstration against Ihc power-packed invaders from Nashville, there was ample substantiation for Ihc pilot's confidence in his charges. , Another light-hittinn oVrjnnizn- tion. Atlanta, continued lo bo deficient with the willow- and bow-ed to Birmingham 4 to 0. The Barons' newcomer Nelson stopped the Crax with four bingles winle his mates were finding the deliveries of Shelby Kimiey and Lou Bush for 11 bkjws. The Slagtowners pushed over a trio of tallies against the visitors in the fifth and added one more in Ihe ext frame in accounting for nil I lie I coring in the contest. In losing. At- ' inta tumbled to sixth—a full game chind the Barons. The lead of the -irst-place Me 1 . 1 ; rleans Pels today stood at a lowly nc and '- gaines over Mobile fol- owing the Bears' G to 2 triumph ist night. Young Frank Lo>;a, who vent the. route for Al Tortd's hnst- nt; crew, w r as touched for siiiyle allies by the Pels in the first and bird frames. Thereafter, however, he league leaders could do nothing at the plate. Mobile, m-^-nwhile, w.?s combing Pole Modica and Hog Wright for nine hits. Two Pelican miscues afield and George Shaba's rouii.l-tripp'jr con- ! tributeil to the downfall of ;he tonr- ni; Bayou athletes. Memphis and Little Hock were not scheduled last night. Tonight':: sailings arc the same with the Rocks •uid Chicks slated to get tack into aclion. 27 19 27 21 2li 21 27 22 23 28 . 23 28 . 20 27 . 20 27 I ! Pet j .CM. .617; .527. .412 .4HV ,4(i'i | .411 i .35U Pet. i .537 .581 55'i .451 .451 .426 .420 NATIONAL I.UAfiUE Chit-ago 4-5. Koston 0-2. Cincinnati 5, uiooklyn 4. Philvdelpi-.ia f], St. 1, nils -1. Pittsburgh 6. New Yort 7. S' IJ-AOHK ~~ Chicago 3. New - <f H i«- iiings). Boston 3, Cleveland fi. Detroit 7-fl. Phili'dedlphin I-!. \Vus. ! iiti<:ton -I, St. Loui.'; 2. AMERICAN IJKAGUE .W. L. 27 2fi .27 '12 ...'.. 24 22 25 24 25 27 ... . 16 21 20 25 20 20 Pet. .57-; .551 .5'!2 .510 .481 .475 .444 ,435 Today's Gainfs SOUTHERN LEAGUE (Nigh! Humes.) Mc>iiichis al Littlo Ruck. Atlanta ;it iJirinini'huin. Nashville i\t Chnltanoonn. New Orlcan s at Mobile. NATIONAL LKAOUK (Night uame.s>. Chicago at Pittsburgh. St. Louis at Cincinnati. Only games. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Birmingham 4. Atlanta 0. Chattanooga *, Nashville 1. Mobile C. New Orleans 2. Only games. AMERICAN Open date. LEAGUE 768 Linksmen Tec In National Open Meet ST. LOUTS. June 12. HIP) — Nearly every starter predicted a new record loday as the natioii's best golfers. 1C8 .strong, lei-il- off in the 47th National Open Tourn-.i- nient at the St. Louis Country Club. ])cclnrin£ Ihat Romania desires "lo create a full political . . . co-opernlion" ivilh pro-Soviet Yugoslavia, Dr. Petru Groza, prime minir.ler of Homania, rc- |);M-tciily reached nn ngrecment wilh Marsiinl Tito dui'mft a lti]-ce-ri;iy "fricnilsliip" visit to Eeh;rncle, Ynf,o capital. How to make TRUCKS Protected from the blaze of the sun by a hat and a handkerchief on his neck, 70-year-old Arthur J. Reeves takes a shot in Piuidinrrton Lawn Bowling Championships in London. England experienced its hot- .lest heat wave in years alter 1 -'its coldest_wmlerv "" ' • Plaster • Stucco • Concrete Phone 2028 RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. •Las) Time Today "Fear in the Night" with IVtul Kollcy and K-.iy Kroll ' News sntl Slmrls '« Friday and Saturday "GOD'S COUNTRY" (In Technicolor) with Kobcrl T.owery and Helen Ctlbor Ctirtoon nnd 3rd Charier of "Manhniil on Mystery Island" New Theater Manila's Finest shows F.VI:I:V NrcaiT Mallnec Sfttarday \- Huntl.ij "ox OpcnM Week Days 7:0(1 p.m. 8»L-8nn. I p.m. Cent, rihowlnj l.asl 'i'ime Tortuy 'JOHNNY O'CLOCK' A Cntinnlini Vicliirr Dick I'nwoll and Ki-(l>n Kryrs Also Sliinls LOOK OUT FOR PIN-WORMS Recent mrdicnl reports reveal that tin mnazinsr numlier of chilitren (an,l rroivn- ups loo) mny lw vtctima of riii-Worms— often v,-ithout EUHjieainp what 13 wronprl Ami these rcsti. livine inside the human Ixxty, can cnuae real distress. So wntch out for the worninc sicns thnt mny moan Pin-Worms—especi.-.tty the •iicrnvatinp; rcctnl itch. Get JAYNE'S P-W ami follow the directions. P-W is the Pin-V>'orn\ treatment dovcl- OTH-d in the laboratories of t)r. T>. .luyne & Eon. after years of patient research. The. small, casy-to-lakc P-W taiilels act in a • pecial u-Ry to remove Pin-Worms. • Ask your UrucKiat: P-W for Pin-VYorrn"! • Here's a, way to make old trucks look new—quick. Drive them in nnd say, "I want nn Appearance Reconditioning Job done on these fellows." \ And you'll get it. You'll get perfect fitting new International fenders, radiator grilles, hood sheets, doors, glass, hardware, headlights, bumpers, bumper guards and scat cushions—just wliat you want to put your trucks in shape. Next, paint jobs if the trucks need them. The cost? Not grcnt. The result? Marvelous. Act now. Get your trucks"Ap- pcnrancc Reconditioned." GET THESE TOO, WHEN YOU GET YOUR TRUCKS "APPEARANCE RECONDITIONED" Hoi Water Healer and Defrosters • Seat Covers • Elslo'n Electric Road Sontteil-Sol-T-Stcp- SOS Fi.c Guard • Whiz Aulomolivc Chemicals • Spot tights. Fog Lights und Driving tights • Cteaiuncc Lfyrtls, Flags, Flares, Dire J| tional Signals, other Safety Devices.' DELTA IMPLEMENTS, 312 So. 2nd Friday 'THE SEA WOLF" with Kdvvard tl. V.oV'msnn and .Inhn (iai-tiolil Hpleettul Slinrt Suhjrds Last Time Today "DO YOU LOVE ME?" (In Technicolor) with Maureen O'tTarn, Dick llaymes nnd ILirry .fntncs l'o\ Mn vie tone News Also Sliorl Subjji'i Is ANNOUNCEMENT To My Friends and Clients: I ;\m now in business for nivsolf wHli offires in ll\e now !.>''ali.ui\ <vf Deal's Taint Store at 100 ICast Main Street. Payroll and Income Tax Service Hook-keeping and Secretarial. Service Friday and Saturday "Marked for Murder" with' Tex Kilter ami l):iv? O'Uticn Serial: "D.uiRlitcr of Don Q" Also Stmrl Subjects V, LARRY KN Public Accountant and Auditor 109 East Main Street Res. Phone 3715 Office Phone 469

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