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MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1947 4 Missco Teams Wage Hot Battle Fourth Place Berth in League at Stake As Play Nears End Wit!) HIP first three brrllis in the Mississippi County A in n t c nr l-eaeuu's ])osl-sen son play-oil al- it-udy assured of occupancy, nil eyes wi-re fixed on the fourth spot In Ihe 'ratine's standings as four teams Prepared (o ijatllc il out for the lower l>erlh this week. . Yarbro and Lutes, who for the 1 Past scvt-ral weeks have been enjoying privacy in the fourth spot, cast (jlcaiiilng eyes at (lie Hlylhe- VHIe ant! Little River teams who are knocking on the door of the hoi spot. little Hivcr bounded into the picture yest.-rday siftFi-noon hy dcfcal- I'liS I.ulcjs 0 to 3 on Hie Little Hivcr diamond, Weldnn, the Ulttei 1 Kiver ace. turned in n neat live-1 dk BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUTUER NEWS Cardinals Move to Brooklyn For Crucial Four-Game Series Hy OORNKMUS RYAN United S|M>rls Writer NEW YORK, Aug.' 18.~(Up7~^- Wlth a fine sense of the dramatic, major league baseball left Brooklyn and the St. Louts Cardinals aloue on the stage today for a doubleheader which may be as funny as Shaw, as tragic as fbsen or as surprising as O. Henry. BASEBALL 'STANDINGS SOUTHERN I.EAOUE Int job in repelling the Lutes team while he and his mates were touching .lolm Ilnrvpy McHafley nnd lied Lulus for 10 safeties. Varliro Drubs ('outer ;"-S Yarbro added lo lh c confusing situation centering around Ihe fourth spot by drubbing Cooler 5 I" 3 yesterday. J. L. Johnson work- id on the mound for lhc victors. B'viny uj) nine'hits, striking out lour men am! walking only three, t was his double in the eighth that score:! the two runs that iced uio ganio. Mead's lilythc-villc Tigers behind Ihe hurling of Harold Ward put in a bid for tho fourth place berlh yesterday by downing lusl-plaee Ar- inon-l 5 to 2 on the Armurcl diamond. Ward pitched his way out ol trouble on three different occasions during the lilt as he hung up m.s first victory since becoming a member of Ihe Tigers. 1 HP allowed the Armorel batters '•l hits while Gene, Bsnrcl, the liiirl- M 1 for the losers, gave up only n l.rcijilli; Loaders Win Another I ho_ league-leading Lookouts from Promised Land took a stron-er grip on their top berth by defeatim- Number Nine 5 to 2 behind the thrc-c-h.t hurling of Marcus Gnincs 0 Kane worked on the hill for Number Nine, giving ul> ci g] lt bing i Ds . the Manila Cardinals took advantage of Cooler's licking and moved into second place in the standings by virtue of a 7 to, 2 victory over ninth-place Huffman • Kenny McWhirtcr limited the Huffman hitters lo seven well-scattered hits while Ihe Cardinals were get- ing to Cecil Whittle for 10 base blows. All teams wiih the exception of tin; Lookouts, will see action this week in make-up games, with the final games of Ihe regular season to Ire played Sunday. The piny-oil Mobile New Orleans ... Nashville Chattanooga . .. Atlanta Birmingham . ... Only these two games were sehe- Mcmp-.ils dulcd, one in the afternoon nud I Little Kock the other at night, and Interest i was heightened by yesterday's results. In which St. Louis outlasted Pittsburgh. 6 to 5. while the Phillies trimmed Brooklyn, 4 to 0, to I Rrpokly " St: Louis Boston . New York doublcheader. "fhe~"car'ci"-"piratc r!!l°l!'" ntl game was scoreless .when rained pj,',.,. cut; the Dodscr-Phil contest was p,,!,' tied 4 to 4 when the curfew stop- p ""< ped it. If the Dodgers play today as they :l in yesterday's first game, it W. . 80 . 79 . 70 . U8 . 62 . (il Vols and 'Nooga Advance in Dixie Lookouts Beat Crox Twice; Nashville Hits Barons for Twin-Win ATLANTA. Ga.. Aug. 18. (UP) — •'"" j Nashville and Chattanooga, ofcupy- •' il>(> ini; the lower bracket In tho Bouillon's first division, today leaped Pct. .020 .«03 MS .515 AW PAGE Britain's'Babe' West Virginia Lad —— ' — Wins 10th Annual Soap Box Derby NATIONAL I.KAOIIK W. L. Pet. cut the Dodger icngue lead to 4 games over Uio Cards. Then, building suspense, each team played a lie game In the second hair of the AMKKICAN 70 . 04 o:i 51 50 52 49 4f> New York .. Boston . Detroit . Philadelphia Cleveland . Chicago . .. Washington . St. Louis ... I.KACillK W L 74 3D will be funny ,to all but the Flal- Ijiish faithrul. iBurl Shotton's bo.vs made seven errors, and all the Phil inns were aided by bobbles. However, Dutch Leonard's knuckleball, fluttering perfectly, was touched for only seven scattered hits by Dodger bats, and Leonard completed the rout by batting in the last two Phil runs wiih an eighlh- inning single. A double victory for cltlier team would be tragedy lo the fun-: of the opposing team, but Cards, needing a sweep of the ronr-gnnic ... ,, ... scries, were confident of jus; Ihav I Blytncvlllo after withstanding the Pirate home rim punch yesterday. St. Louis Paddled Kirby Higbc for six rims — in the first four innings, then tie- Armorel fending frantically as the lines I edged up on a homer by Fiank Gustiiie, and a six-hit, four-rim burst in the eighth climaxed by Hank Greenberg's 24th roni;dtrip- per Al Brazle finally stopped the Hues. The O. Henry surprise touch made the twin bill necessary, for the night game us a replay of a game .which Brooklyn thought, ii. had won. :t to 2. weeks ago. The game was ordered replayed iiftf- the Cards protested umpire Beans Reardon's action in slowing Ron Norliiey, who thought lie had a | homer and was thrown out at the plate. Boston's Braves, hanging around in hopes that the Dodgers and Cards will unravel and disappear from the sheer tension of the thing, whipped the New York Giants twice, 2 to 1 and 3 to 1, to hold third place firmly, seven behind Brooklyn and 3',4 games in front of New York. Warren Spahn In the first game and Bill Voiselle in the second each scattered eight Giant hits, and Ijoth got fine batting support from Bob Elliott, whose five hits GO 59 .C09 .571 .5-IB .518 .415 .450 .420 .308 .Pet. .055 .545 .530 .526 .f>00 .451! .426 .357 MIS8CO MvAGUK W. Blylhcvlllc Route Two 14 Manila 12 Cooler 12 Lutes 10 Yarbro 9 9 Little River 7 Number Nine 3 Hulfman , 2 1 Pet. .824 ,«l)0 .7SO ,6(17 .043 .503 .407 -1BH .133 .003 i" ,K Played Smulay. The play-off in the two games'sent'home three is besm_Au S -..27i, ..- rtms. Clint Hartuns;. uiant Ditcher | 32 Tee OH in Southern States Four-Ball Meet BIRMINGHAM. Ala., Am:. IB iUP(- -Sixteen teams of two "galfcis each, representing the best in nine Southern states, teed off today in the annual Southern States Poiir- b;ill Championship bein;; played over the Birmingham Country Club ', Georgia, led by Southern Amateur Champion Tommy Barnes of Atlanta, was the favorite to take its .-.ixLh title in the seven times the tournament has h?en held. The Southern C'.oll 'Association moved the four-ball affair out of Atlanta (or the first linn- this year in an effort to bro.ik Ihe Georgians' hold on tile crown. nms. Clint Hartung. giant pitcher in the opener, allowed only five hits but walked 10. The Cincinnati Reds took a firm Ki-i|> on fifth place with two victories over the Chicago Cubs, 2 to 0 and 11 to 3. Ewell Blackwell won his 19th victory in the opener, scattering five hits and striking out 10 for a season total of 160 whiffs. Grady nation's two-run homer gave Blackwell his runs. The Reds got 19 hits in winning the second game. In Ihe American League, Denny Galehouse outpitched vie Rasclii as the Red Sox beat the Yanks in 11 innings, 3 to 0. It was Radii's first loss after six victories since he came up from Portland. H Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN I.KAflllK Memphis fi-4. New Orleans 2-G. Chattanooga 9-5, Atlanta 4-4. Nashville 10-11, Birmingham 9-5 Mobile 3, Little Etock 0. NATION*;, Boston 2-3, New York 1-1. Philadelphia 4-4, Brooklyn 0-4 (second G-inning tie. Sunday lawi. St. Louis B, Pittsburgh 5 (second game rain). Cincinnati 2-11, Chicago 0-3. AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 3. New York 0 (11 innings). Philadelphia 2-5. Washington 1-2 Chicago 1-3, Detroit 0-4. St. Louis 7-3. Cleveland 0-4. . MISSCO LEAGUE Blytheville Route Two 5. Number Nine 2. Blytheville 5, Armorel 2. Yarbro 5, Cooler 3. Little River 9. Lutes 3. Manila 7, Huffman 2. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at Mobile, night. Atlanta at. Nashville, night. Little Rock at New Orleans, night Birmingham at Chattanooga^ night. ' AMERICAN LEAGUE Open date. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis at Brooklyn (two games day and night). York's lead to 12B games. Philadelphia beat Washington twice. 2 to I and 5 to 2, extending the Nat losing streak to seven _ — -.. .. iiv . games. Eddie Joost doubled home held Boston to two hits for ni'.ie the two Athle::;; i-:ins in the open- innings, but four hits in the nth, e >'. and in the nightcap Phil Mar- toppcc! by Sam Mele's two-r'm I childon had n no-hit game until single, ruined ' ' " ' ' ' "-- ... lowed six hits him. Galehouse alas Boston cut New Essential accessories are important on every truck. We have a complete line that is Interna- tional-Approvccl-tachometers, fire extinguishers, spotlights, fog lights, seat cushions, and dozens of others. International-Approval means that each accessory has not only been checked but double-checked by International engineers —that quality and performance are doubly certified. So guard against disappointment by getting your truck accessories here, just as you - guard against disappointment when we service your trucks. DELTA IMPLEMENTS INCORPORATED 312 So. Second St. Phone 863 1 INTERNATIONAL Trucks tho seventh inning, then coasted to a four-hit victory. Chicago and Detroit divided as Tart Wright's eighth-inning homer gave Ed Lopat and the White Sos a 1 to 0 win in the opene;- and Detroit then came back for a 4 to 3 nightcap victory. All four Tiger runs in the second game came in forward a notch in their drive to overtake tho league-leaders before he fast-closing season ends. It was only a slight gain—und eight ,ind a half games still separate second place New Orleans and third place Nashville. Hut U wns progress and a sustained drivecoul.l still carry either team to a pennant. The Vols thanked throe big innings and one big home run foi 1 a Hvin-killins of the Hirminijham Barons in Sulphur Dell yesterday. It was the big fourth inning in which the Giltiertmen scored nine nms und sent tall lefthander Alex KjlhHT to the showers that played a decisive .part In winning Hie first game in Nashville. The Vol fourth came after the 'Enrolls look a six run lead in the first two frames off Ren Wade and reliefer Nell SanllA, and the ISarons fonsht back lo tie the score at 9-all in Iho eighth. Red Treadway's home run in the last of the eighth with none on k-ave Ihe Vols n 10 lo 9 decision and gnvc Saulia the victory. Helii'ft'r Gels Loss Kcllncr -who had won nil six of . his last six starts WHS not charged i with Ihe defeat—that going to re- liefer Gene Babbitt off whom the • winning run was scored. In the second game the Vols had two big Innings, scoring four in tho first and six in the Ihird and winning 11 to 5. They tagged Haron iron-man Johnny OrplmlTiir 13 hils including u. three run homer by the indomitable Treadway and a two- run circuit clout by Al fRube) Walker, Dick Conger went the route for the Vols, giving up 10 safeties including homers by Adkins and Don Richmond. IliC Barons were charged with four errors. Chntlnnoogti took a twin-bill from Atlanta in much the same fashion. A big first inning in the first game netted the Lookouts nine •tins after tho niukcd Cracker slarl- ;r Barney Cook for eight consecutive blows—one less than Ihe league record for straight hits off a pitch- Cook went lo the showers and was followed shortly by Charley Mistos. The orippled Cracker mound staff was bolstered at Uio last minute before game lime by big Walter Stack-well, the first bnseman from Annislon, Aia., who was purchased to take over Charley Trippi's chores. Storkwell Stars on Mound Slockwell staned on the mound in his relief role in the already lost cause, giving-up only We'hits and one run in eight innings as tho 'Noogas triumphed 9 lo 4. Cook.was charged with the loss and big Luther KnciT, Lookout knuckleballer, got credit for the win. The narrow win came in the nightcap as the Lookouts won 5 to 4. Ike Pearson slaved off n late Cracker rally for the win. -Lou Bush, Cracker starter, was charged with the loss, although Cook and Mistos -saw action again. New Orleans surged late in the nightcap of a twin-bill with Memphis in New Orleans to win C Lo 4 and salvage a split from what otherwise 'would have been a disastrous afternoon. Charley Eisenmann chucked a five-hitter as the Tribe took the first game 5 to 2. Freddie Hancock homered for the Chicks off Pete Mortica who was charged with the loss. -In the nighlcap the Pels scored four runs in the fifth to take a 0 to 4 victory. Manager Fred Walters homered for New Orleans. Frank Hoers was charged with the loss and Walt Smoln, Pel relief Jfean Desforgcs, 18-year-old head prefect at London's Etrntford Grammar School, practices her hurdling in the .school's corridors between classes Jean, winner of four low-hurdle trophies, is nn C) Olympic Games prospect. AKHON, O., 18. <U1'> — Kenny HolmVjne, u U-year-old Charleston W. vn.. schoolboy who won the IClh annual All-Amerlcnn soap box derby and u tour-ye:ir college scholarship. Imdn'i made up his mind today where he would go to school but he snld he wanted lo study engineering. Coming from behind at the 200- foot mark, Kenny flashed across the finish line hall a soap box iiheiul of Eugene Miller. Akron, lo compete Hie 975-foot gravity run in the iveord llmu of 2U.1t) seconds. A crowd of 75,000 persons lam- med along' the :lO-fool wide track to witness the finals tn Ihe ruiw jesterdny. Richard Rhodes. Vtuveii- nn, O.. finished third ti\ the field of us which competed for the pi-lues. The champion, wearing house slippers und n golden helmet, stepped from Ills car at Hie finish to receive a kiss Irom his mother and a trophy almost us big as he was. Movie star James Stewart and LI. there to greet him. He gave all the credit for his victory to his raciT and the inel Louisiana Grappler on Card Tonight Kid •Niibors, u 2"0-pmmd gra.ppter from I ho' bayous of I/iiitslana,' will miiko his Initial api:<>:muicc on Mike Meroney's wrestling program n t Ihe Amnrlruu Lonlon -Anna tonight Nn-bcrs, n rclutlvc or Chester iiml J. It. "Jodie" Nabcrs of lllythcvlllc, will tcnm with Hoy Welch niwlmt Lefty p.u-i'V and Riilph Garlb.ilrtl In limlilhr.s (an feature. An old friend of Merouey's Nabers hit his stride In the wrrstlhUf game about the Itmu that Mike retired from the ring. Me is reported as bi'inc a very tmiiih opponent and a master ol most all tlie styles of wreslllnn. Ralph Garibaldi, Hie Memphis flush, imuli! his initial (ippear.inec In the local ring lust week when ho teamed wllh Hoy Welch In Hie liiB feature, Tonight he will be opposing Wek'h. iHu Is a veteran of <|UlU> a number of yeins in the business and l»is been n sluhvurt llg- ure in the Memphis rlnn for <[iilli! some lime. In the two onu-fntl preliminary mutches Unit will precode the main event. 'Welch will meet Purer mid will swap holds with Curl- Same Commission In Fayetteville '/:.-, For Board Session * i -. .i Judge ti. E. Keck, of Blythivillc; president of the Arkansas Game and Pish Commission, Is attending' a meeting of the commission In Fay- ettcvillc today. . The commission Is meeting with wardens 1 group at the University of Arkansas lo witness the training program being given the 35 wardens attending the training school. Later the members of the commission will Inspect the Centerton Fish Hatchery near Bcnlonvlllc. Last night, the commission members were guests of S. C. Dclllnger, iin cx-otnclo member of the commission nt a dinner given In his home In Sprtngdale, Guests Included Clov. ,Uen Laney und several sportsmen of the Fayettevlllc- Sprlngdale area. the fourth inning. Hoot Kver's two-run climaxed by homer. Rudy runs S. Women Win Wightmon Cup for 15th Time in Row NEW YCHK, Allff. 111.' I UP) — The tall, slvt-r wighlnina Gup still rested securely upon the American tennis trophy shelf today after superior power and .stamina of our women plnyers hud given the United States, diirinj; Ihe weekend. Its second consecutive 7-0 sweep over Great liritam. Completing America's 15th victory over Hie llrltish In 10 WlKht- man meetings, the "Ulg Three" of U. S. amateur women's tennis registered single victories yesterday — Margaret Osbiirne, Louis Urough, and Doris Hart. And in the cmicludtng doubles match, belore u gallery of 500 In the dismal mist of Forest Hills' West Side stiidlum, liroui-h and Osborne teamed for victory. After two singles and a doubles match were captured by the U. S. lassies on Saturday, yesterday's sweep ivns completed as follows: Miss Hurt of Miami, Fla., turned back Mrs. Hetty Milton of England, 4-C, 0-:t, 7-5. Miss Urough of Beverly Hills. Calif., downed Mrs. Jean Bostock of England. C-4, 0-4. Miss Osborue of San Francisco beat Mrs. Kay Stammers Menvdes of England 7-5j.G-2. Urough and Osborne overwhelmed matrons Bostock and Hilton, 0-1, G-4. Oen, Jiimcs H. Doolilili- were that he kept his fingers crossed fill the way , . i^iiofis wm swap nonis w •1 spent about 700 hours on It." ibuldl. .Slnrti.ig line Is 8:15 le said, looking fondly at his "I don't know where I'll i;o lo I • '• lege yet," he udded. "liut I want lo study engineering." HLs scholarship was good for nnv college in the United Stales. Caruthersvillc Golfer Sets New Course Record CA'IUJTHEHSVILLE, Mo., AUK. 18. inald Provow, former caddy for the Caruthersvllle - llayli Clwlu Country Club, and now n member of [lie Missouri University golf team, set u nny course record on the Charleston, I.MO.. lust week cud. lo win the Eighth An- niral District Toiirniinienl. Provow lired 94. eleven under pur. on the 21 holes: Tin- former course record for lids type competition was l £HJ, held by 'Pule Clollijhlly of Charles- Ion for several years. Provow had 32, 30, and 32 for the three rounds. Par Is Uf>. Provow won Ihe O/ixrk Open Oolf annulment at Poplnr Bluff on July flth, and with his victory In winning the tournament in Charles- Ion, he becomes the first golfer to hold the two championships at the same time. Provow Is entered In the Southeast Missouri Ciolf Association's animal tournament at Stkeston. Arrives at Pearl Harbor John K. Duller Jr., seaman second duns, son of John E. Butler Sr of Leachvllle. has arrived at Pearl Harbor, T. ][.. aboard Ihe transport UK3 Cl.?nornl A. E. Anderson, tile- Navy said 'today. Read Courier News Want Ads. York batted in all chicn with a homer and single. It was a stand-off at St. Louis, too. as the Browns and Indians split a pair. St. Louis won the first. 7 to 6, despite a five-run ninth inning by the Indians topped by , ,,., t , , Joe Gordon's three-run homer. The night Browns won in their half 01. Paul i Lchner's three-run homer. Clcvc- ! land took the second game, 4 to scoring the winning runs on foil singles and an error in the fifth inning. man, got credit for the win. In a single gnme at Mobile, the league-leading iBaars defeated Little Rock 3 to 0. Frank Laga submarined an eight hitter and kept the Pebble safeties well scattered. 'AtlanUi moves lo Nashville, Lil- tle Rock goes to New Orleans, Birmingham moves to Chattanooga and Mobile entertains 'Memphis to- Unknown Cops Surprise Win in Portland Open PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. (Ui'l — Stocky Charier. (Chuck i Congdon, a virtually-unknown 37-yenr-old professional golfer from Tncoma. Wash,, "stole" first money in the $10.000 Portland Open today, stunning a field of the nation's best big-time tournament stars with a brilliant. par-shattering finish. Cont'don amazed even himself as he came from golfdom's obscurity with mi eight-undcr-par (i4 on the last. IB holes of the four-day tourney yesterday, to snatch the title by six strokes from medalist Johnny Palmer of Badin. N. C. who unlil Sunday had led all the way. Ccngdon's final card of 32-32—G4 gave him a 72-holc total of 270 strokes, 18 under par. Palmer, a 2D-year-oid ex-Army bombardier, faded on the last round for a par 72, and finished in a four-way tie for second with a total of 27B. Indians Defeat' All-Star Team From Memphis OSCEOLA, Aug. 18.—Till! Oscc- (>]'.] Indians hung up their 10th victory of the season yesterday by defeating Clllf Tn'rvcr's All-Stars of Memphis 10 lo 1 on the Osccnla High School diamond. The Indians will meet the Dyess Independents on the High Schoo field here Wednesday nlchf. Ellis Wins Memphis Invitational Golf Meet MEMPHIS, Tcnn., Aug. 18. (UP) —Sonny Ellis of Columbus, da., won the Memphis Amateur Invitational Golf Tournament yesterday, defeating Joe Moore. Jr., of San Antonio, Tex., one up In an nil-Louisiana 'State University final, Ellis was two down with four holes lo play but, won the 15th, IGth and lll'h holes with two birdies and a par lo go ahead and sank a thrl'c- foot putt on the 18th green to win the title. C3 -! Wins All-Army Golf Title Yesterday's Star: — Denny Galc- Littlc Rock Legion Nine Wins Sixth Region Title SUMTER, S. C., AUK. 18. (UP) — The Little Hock Doughboys, winners of the American Legion Junior Baseball championship of nc- Bion Six at Hattlcsburg, Miss., yesterday, were enroute here lotlay to play In the sectional tournament _ starting Wcdnewlny. The sectional winner goes to the National Legion Finals at Los Angeles The Little Rock nine won the Legion crown yesterday, tlefcallng the Arfamson Leopards of Dallas. and two homers In the second game. He batted In four runs and scored three himself. ATTENTION FARMERS Tho lU'iin Ik'clk'.s lire iij^ain cniisinK mut'h.cle- KlriuMiou! Now is lliciilinie (o kill insects and prevent hwivy losses!»,The cheupesl und most . effective wny to control these peslK is by Air- •plane- DusliuK. Only (iOc per acre will cover .costs".» of Airp.kini! service, with a reliable 'anil experienced I'ilol to assure'-'protection of your bean crop. , Call us for full -details and latest rccom- * mendations from the University of Ar- . kansc;. Planters Flying Service Phone 3721 iBIythevilie COLUMBUS. Ga.. Aug. 18. (UP)— Capt. Ed .Moseley of Norfolk, Vn.. ,,,, : nunm.wii Lcuparus 01 uanas. won Ihe golf championship of the | Texas, eight to nothing after drop- U.S. Army yesterday with a 2 and house of the Boston Red Sox, who I 1 triumph over Lt. Joe Worlhington pitched an 11-inntng shutout over I of San Antonio, Tex., in the final the league-leading Yankees, hold-i round of the ing them to six hits. ] tournament. first all-Army links ping the first game of a twin bill five to one. Big Ixmie Schaufele pitched and batted the Doughboys to victory with a five-hit shutout while collecting a single, double BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena from 0 p. m. Every Monday ADULTS 45c — CHILDREN 15« Monday, Aug. 18th ^ ^««* RXTRA TAG MATCH RALPH GARIBALDI and LEFTY PACER versus ROY WELCH and SID NABORS ALSO 2 1-FALL, 30 MIHUTE MATCHES Roy Welch Sid Nabors vs. Lefty Pacer vs. Ralph Garibaldi Take Care of It You may be mighty prowl nt' th'it cnv of yours—it's n beautiful job. Cost plenty, too! So prolong its life and good looks by giving it the best of care. That moans servicing it hero nt Blytheville Motor Co. Our men know motors from inside-out. They handle your car carefully and we've plenty of space lo allow for longer wlicelbases and broader chassis. So, if il's :i truck you have . • . we can handle it. efficiently, loo. Pay This Fall! Blufheville Motor Co Dodge/Plymouth ^glT S. SECOND STREET PHONE 4-22, Owned and Operated by Tom A. Little Jr.

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