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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 26, 1947
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PACK SCt BI/YTHKVII,I,K (AHK.) COUKIKK NEWS 700 Spectators Horses Finals to Be Tonight |n Annual Event Held in Osceola By GEORGE CLARK (Courier News Sports Editor) Aug. 26. — Some 100 Memphis Girls' Softball Team To Play Jewelers The Fitzpatrlck Jewelers will will meet the Humko All-Stars o[ Memphis, one of tlie strongest girls' 1 soflball teams In Mils urea, tn n benefit game at Walker Park lonbjhl. The Jewelers will leave tomorrow morning for Little Rock to'com- pete In the Stnte aids Softball Tournament nml proceeds of this TUUSUAY, AU(;UST '1C,, 1».]7 horse-loving spectators braved the wrercast, rain-threatening skies to witness the opening of Osccola's fifth annual horse show at the Oiceola High School Athletic Field here last night. [, sponsored by the Os- j ceola Junior Chamber of Commerce. •••1.11 continue tonight with the championship stakes In each of Ihe events to be held. A total or 13 classes. Including I I " E " S the Negro grooms' walking horse ,,?.'' class, a special added attraction was held during last night's program. Twelve classes arc scheduled to be shown tonight. game will go toward their expenses white participating In the tournament. Margie Devil, the Jewelers' nee hurlcr, is slated to start on the mound In tonlghi's contest with Fublc probably starling for the All- Stars. In previous meetings this year, the Jewelers have won one and lost one to Hie Memphis team. Preceding (he girls same, two men's learns chosen from players paled in (he Cily Softball League will play in mi all-star afTair. Stalling time for Ihls con- lest is 7:30. . Billy Nicholson, president of the ; Jaycees, and Emmetl Wilson, chairman of the Horse Show Committee. we're in charge of the night's program. M,-. Nicholson introduced Mayor Ben. P. Butler, who delivered.'the welcoming address that officially opened the sliow. Last night's field was small due to several of ihc entries failing lo .show up in time for the opening program. A larger field of entries Is expected to compete tonight. Officials of the show arc: Turner Young, or Lebanon, Tern)., jud^e of the galled, harness and jumpiii° classes; Henry Maddux Jr.. of Ulckman, Ky., judge of the walking classes; Sam Leath, of Paragould, paddock master; Sam Haggard, of Osceola, ringmaster; a'Ui Larry Pryor, of Longwood, Miss.. announcer. Misses Betty Ann Prcwltt, Marjorie Mayo, Jean Speck, Virginia Bc»cn and Ann Driver, all of Osceola, presented the awards. \ First Night Results Results of lasl night's showing arc as follows: Jumpers division-Pegasus owned and exhibited by H. R. Bclew of Jackson, Tenn., first; Roma-B. owned and exhibited by Jimraie Exum, of Jackson. Tenn., and Sun Kre. owned by Ihc Exum-Bclew Stables of Jackson, Tenn., third. •Three gaited amatcur-Kalarama Delfght, owned by the Mngnotia Farm Etables, Memphis, and exhibited by Evcretie pldgcon Jr., Memphis, first; Marilyn Hill, owned by Magnolia Farms, and exhibited by Miss Ruth Mary Pidgeon. Memphis, second; Midnight Rose, owned and exhibited by Miss AJirtha Folk. of Memphis, third; and Winters Eve, owned and exhibited by Jeff Fulmer. of Memphis, fourth. Pony class-Sweetie, owned by Bob Howerton. of Osceola and exhibited by Miss Katie Lee Watson, of .Os- by Mrs. John C. Dale. Mt. Vernon, 111., second; Carnation Flash, owned and exhibited by Mrs. Ester Hcimcr. Marion. 111., third; and Duke ol Bmishlicld. owned'and exhibited by I.. H. McKlnzlc. Smidoval, III., fourth. Walking mares—China Girl, own ed by Fair Oaks Farms, Jackson, Tenn., and exhibited by Joe Bob- bctt, first; Owen Wilson, owticd by J. M. Harrison. Winona, Miss., and exhibited by J. a. Smith, second: Miss Fitly Pat. owned by C. a. Smith, Blytlievillc. and exhibited by Harold Wise, third; and Rambler's Peg. owned and exhibited by W. II. llutton, Colllervllle. Tenn.. fourth. Fine harness—Highland's Honey, owned by Magnolia Farms, Memphis, and exhibited by Garland Bradshaw, first; War Smoke, owned by Tip Top Stnblcs. Memphis, exhibited by Oscar Hcinrlch, second; and Astril Knight, owned and exhibited by L. E. McKinzie, Samlo- val. III., third. Shetland class—Silver Queen, owned and exhibited by John C. Dale, Mt. Vernon, 111., second; Wee Parade, owned and exhibited by Mrs. John C. Dale, third; and Bingo, owned and exhibited by Mrs. Ester Hcimer. Marion, 111., fourth. Three gulled open—Nellie Pidgeon, owned by Maftnolla Farms, exhibited by Garland Bradshaw. first; Kalaraum Dehght, owned by Mair- nolia Farms, exhibited by Everclte Pidgeon Jr.. second; Midnight Rose, owned and exhibited by Miss Martha Folk, Memphis, third; and Winter's Eve, owned and exhibited by Jen" Fulmer, fourth. Roadster class—Dark Mystery, owned and exhibited by John C. Dale, Mt. Vernon. III., first: Diamond Scolt. owned by Tip Top Stables, exhibited by Pat McLaughlin. second; Miss Batchelor, owned and exhibited by A. W. Lashley. Jack- 0NET CROWD BY ceola, first; and Jucia, also o,vned i s0 "' Tenn.. third; and Kentucky by Mr. Howerton, and exhibited by i Vola ' owned and exhibited by Mrs. Miss Dixie Lee Montague, of Os- Jack !ticu . Little Hock, fourth. ceola, second. Only lv*i entries in this event. Junior walking class -Serenade, owned by Will C. Terry, of Cleveland, Miss., and exhibited by Fletcher Terry, first; Hiram Walker, owned by Waller Walt, of Greenwood. Miss., and exhibited by J. B. Smith, second; Order's Judy, owned by J. H. McCrary, of Forrest City. and exhibited by Benton King, .^ third; and Mountain Gold, owned by;Harry Rodgers, of Hughes, Ark., Five gaited open—Meadow Palm, owned by Wildwood Farms, Ger- nmntown. Tenn.. exhibited by Garland Bradshaw, first; Wood's Fashion, owned by R. P. Littell, Hcth, Ark., exhibited by Oscar Heinrich. second; Astril Knight, owned and exhibited by L. E. McKinzie, Sa,n- doval. III., third; and Kenny My- dar, owned and exhibited by Mrs. R. D. Franklin, Memphis, fourth. Negro grooms' walking class— Gwen Wilson, owned by J. M. With football season Just around I Ihe corner and coaches of'Hie various high schools throughout the I .state gelling their first look at their I' 1917 squads, once again an old fa- I mllinr phrase trickles- from the lips I of Ihe tutors. "I'll be lucky if I ! break even this year," Is the answer ' given by just about every coach in Ihe slate when asked about his team's prospects for the coming season. This coacn accuses Unit- one of having Ihc team lo watcli this Rill and Ihe latter in linn replies, "Don't look at me, my squad coiddn't bust a balloon." But tills can be expected from these boys as none of them really wants to go out on a limb l:ir enough lo give a Inic picture of team prospects. And again, some of I hem are Irulhful when Ucy give thai answer. Bui iherc is always one guy in cvvry town that the football fans can depend on lo look at, the cheery side of the pislure and who doesn't mind .•.licking his neck out, the lo- ral sports writer. These bays like lo put Ihcmsclvcs on the .spot by making predictions lhal nine limes cut of leu are never right. Bui why should they care? Why LUlle Kock? Even this early in the game the fellows that claim they are in the know are telling everybody thai the Little Rock Tigers are the team to watch this year. They said it last year and the year before and were right, but lhat unpredictable little character, the law of averages, is going lo calch up with them cue of these ycrs. and this may be Ihc year. iBut most of these characters fall to mention the fact, that the Tigers lost 30-odd Icltcrn-.on by graduation last Spring, and lhat they arc expecting one of the smallest squads the history of the sch^al this year. Another thing that has Coach Matthew Wilson counting his grey hairs Is the fact that several of his potential starlcrs are members of the Little RcL'k Doughboys who are missing some good practice sessions while, competing in the National American Legion Junior 'Baseball tournament in Los Angeles this week. These things cpunt too, yon know. There is another learn in the state lhat will watching this year. Ihc El Dorado Wildcats, coach Skipper Hays will have some IB or 17 letternien back in the fold this Fall and he should Slave an ample ampunt of experienced reserves to coiyile with them. The Wildcats witnessed a very successful season last Fall and this season should be as equally successful. This And That One of the supervisors of the Chicago White Sox's baseball try out camp lo b2 held in Hot Springs Oct. 1-15 will be Johnny MosUl. who managed the Jonesboro While Sox in Ihe days of the Northeast Arkamas Class "D" League. Mostil. a former star* outfielder for lh<' Sex. is now a member pf their scouting staff. johnny roamed Ihc center pas- lure for the pale hose In his play- Ing days and is the only ccntcrlicld- er in Ihe majors lhat ever caught a foul ball during a game. The oamp will n: open to all boys who arc eligible to sign a professional baseball contract, (who have finished high school) and will be in charge of the Sox's head scout, J. Palsy O Rourke. rlson., Winona. Miss., exhibited ' by Robert 'Hcrroii;. first; . Mountain Gold, owned by Harrv Ra tigers. Hughes. Ark., exhibited by Charley aria : exhibited by Bobby Collier, rotirth:' ' " " " " • - Ladies five gaited division - only one entry, Major Firefly, owned by Tip Top stables, Memphis, and Jeter, second; Miss Pitty Pat owned exhibited by Miss Marthn Polk. by C. O. Smith. Blythcvillc cxhib- Hackney single's—Dickfield's Mys- ilcd by Frank Cocliran third' and tic, owned and exhibited by John Golden Ansel, owned by E p still C. Dale, Ml. Vernon, TIL. first; Flccl-| of Blylheville. exhibited 'by' Sam wood Reveler, owned and exhibited | Billings, fourlh Several members of the 194S Blv- lljeville Chicks will enter Southern colleKCs this F.ill. Corky JJIo- myer. the Chicks honorable mention center and P. D. Poster Ji'.. their fullback, will enter Mississippi Slate University next week: Stafford, who also won honorable mention honors from his end post, will altend the University of Chattanooga; and Dan Caldwell. a member ol the Chicks' backfield last y:ar. will leave soon for.Duke University. Hals Off Department Tins column's first hats-()fr commendations go to Ross I). IIu^lics, local plunlcr and merchant and ardent backer of the Chirks and Taps. Last week Mr. Huchcs delivered to President (.'. G. licclmaii of Ihe Chickasaw Athletic Club R new all-electrir 20 l>y la-font Scoreboard to l)i; erected al Hairy I-'ield. 'Ha:cy field has long been in need of a modern Scoreboard. Blythcvillr- is onu 1 of Ihe few of Ihe major football towns in Arkansas that doesn'l have this facility to add to the interest of Ihe game. Mr. Hughes saw (he mcd for a Scoreboard at the Chicks home field and footed the bill for Ihe purchase of the board. And to you Mr. Hughes, "hats off." We agree with Jack Ready, sports cclumnisi of Ihc Arkansas Demo- cral in his comment, on the Arkansas Athletic Association's, ruling against awards being made to prep school athletics in events not sponsored by the association. Why can't the -A'AA clarify the.rule by issuing approved lists of av/ards that niay be given the kids instead of leaving a lot to our imagination? Mobile Stretches i Lead Over Pels Bruins Gain Another Half-Game- in Nip and Tuck Dixie Flag Race Ky WILMAM A. SII1KKS (United Press Sports Writer) ATLANTA, ua., Aug. 20. (UP) — New Orleans dropped another half game behind league-leading Mflbile today in the nip and tuck race that has Dixie diamond addicts as Interested as the Dodger-Cardinal squabble upstairs in the National League. Mobile — the Brooklyn farm club of Die Southern — boosted its stock half a game by virtue of a postponed bear langle with Nashville in Sulphur Dell last night while the Pelicans were being ! .swamped in Chattanooga. Only the : night before the Bayou Bombers J edged to v, Ithln two games of the ! Bruins and a win last night would j have whittled the margin to a i scant game and a half. But the 'Nooyans las'hcd two Pel pitchers. Jim Atkins and Wall I £iuol;i, for io hits and a |:| to 4 victory. Vernon Curtis limited the visitors to seven blows and after i a five run surge in the seventh and a four run outburst in the eighth had' the game safely beneath his bell. Atkins was charged with the Loss. Mobile and Nashville postponed their fray because of wet grounds Memphis' chicks put Ihc skids under the fast-fading hopes of the. Atlanta Crackers for a playoff berth by whipping Ihe Cuylcr charges 6 to 1 in Memphis. Sldcarmcr Frank Hoerst limited the visitors to seven safeties, while his males were bunching eight off i Ken Gable.s and Lou Bush for runs | Gables was charged with the loss t In Little Rock, Birmingham edg- 1 ed the Pebbles '5 lo 4 behind A! Lamacchia. Bib Penne gave up only nine blows — two less than the Rocks got, off I.amacchia — but a ninth inning Lltlle Rock rally fell one, run short. All series are resumed tonight. Dodgers and Cards Continue Merry Chase asYanks Falter Meroney Absorbs Punishment As Referee But Wins Last Word After resolving itself inlo a bitter feud between Referee Mike Mcioney and Matmen Floyd Byid, the weekly tag match at the Legion Arena last night ended whvn disqualification of Byrd and Irish Magcc gave the victory to Jack Welch and Tex Rilcy. | Highlighting the whole fracas was • Ihc enmity which sprang up between Meroney and Byrd and reached a sizzling climax In a third fall lhat defied description. Mike admitted lhat he had lighted a verbal tire under Byrd before the match and continued heckling him during ii, but it looked for ;i while like uic referee-promoter was getting more than he bargained for. Tile heclic deciding fall opened with a free-for-all when Byrd used Mike as a shield when Welch charged in to relieve Rilcy By the time tills ended an before Ihe fans got used lo looking at Jnsi two men in the ring. another lour-way scramble broke loose. l-';ins Applaud Drcisinn Mike and Byrd — who u*ed lo be called Red Byrd but now looks mere like a b:\lrt eagle — ;:"t into it so frequently tin- fans must have wondered what tbr olhcr three trunk-clad gents MCIC doing in the ring. Mike put up with n lot of illegality from Byrd but tin; Mnuv that broke the referee's back came after the third fall had pone for about 11 minutes. In the midst, of Free-Kor-AII N». G8. Mike turned up on the bottom of the heap and Byrd saw an opportunity tor unhampered revenge. Essential accessories are important on every truck. We have a complete line that is Intcrna- tional-Approvcd-tachometcrs, 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 312Co. Second St. Phone 863 So he planted both feet on Kjke's' jaiv. That did it. When Ihc logjam broke. Mike rushed over to Welch and Riley and hoisted their hands high amidst the howling approval of the fans, who look a thorough dislike to the Byrd- Magee combo. The tag feature started on a rough note in the opening stanza and the match continued to maintain a fast, energetic pace. There were frequent changes of partners and it was hard to tell which twosome fought the hardest. Fcutl Starts Early Byrd and Magec used two-on-onp maneuvers and other assorted tricks of the trade. The Meroncy- Byrd feud started blazing early and broke out sporadically. Magce was Ihc first out as Welch pinned him while revenging an at- lack on his pnrtncr. Riley. Byrd battled doggedly and held o.'f both opponents for an unexpected length of lime but was worn down. Rilcy pinned him wilh a leg split and I jackknifc. Tall time was 25 inin- ulcs. The second fall was a relatively I brief flurry and Rilcy was the rst victim after only -,\ few mines of tussling. Byrd downed him ilh a jackknllc. Welch wasn't long in suffering cleat and Magre got this pin Caruthersvilfe Tigers to Start Grid Practice \ GARUTHEnsVlLLE, Mo.. August 26.—Tire 1945 chr..npion.ship Tiger loaib^ll team will answer initial practice roll call tomorrow afler- ncon at the'High School field house. Coach Etnll Boeppre announced this week. The first day will be spent "registering in" the buys, with equipment lo be issued -Wednesday and Thursday. The initial workouts will be icld Friday, with one drill session scheduled for 8:30 that morning, and •uiother that afternoon. Coach Baepplc will have an as- Distant tins jl^ar, Harry Darr, the lexv manual arts instructor. Mr. 3arr is a graduate of Maryvillr; State Teachers College, where he >layed bolh lootbail and basketball. Coach 'Bnepple is faced with the lask ol uor.lacing several regulars lost by graduation this past Spring, from his 1943 Southeast Missouri Champions. He will have lo find replacements both in the line and backfield. but indications are thai a rather good-siz?d squad will answer first e.T.i next week, .both second-string from last, year, and new candidates for the team. BETWEEN BITES INTERNATIONAL Trucks Star's Father Dies MOUNT IDA. Ark.. Aug. 20. (UP) Funeral services were held hen yesterday for. Luke W. Wai-nek.? 15 lather 01 L^n Wamckc. the Arkansas hummingbird who now is an im- pirc in the Pac;:;c Coast Lcasiic The elder Warnckc, i. civic, religion. and educational leader in Montgom cry County, died Halurday. •In addition lo Lon. a former Clii cac,o Cm> and St. Louis Card hurl er, Warnckc i.s survived by fiv oilier ;,ons and one .slcp-daughtcr. alter cloiitmj; Ihe Oklahoma In dian into a prone position. It wa all over in 10 minutes. In the first prelim, a sUiR. cappcd the brawl between Mage and Rilcy with the latter winnin I wilh a reverse jackknifc in 1 | minutes. I Byrd upset Welch's comeback attempt and near victory by catchinp j him hi a double jackknifc to wii : in f> minutes Brooklyn St. Louis New York ... Cincinnati . . Chicago . Pittsburgh . . Philadelphia . »y COKNKMIIS KYAN lUnitrd Press Sports Writer) NEW YORK, Aug. (UP) — It. as been so noisy In the National eaguc that few persons have eard the faint wheezes as the upposecl power clubs in the Ame- Ican League sagged gently and N ,, h .,|i|. hen hunted for some place lo sit |' |' , own and rest. ?."„"."' Since all of Ihe top clubs got he slaggcrs at once, there has teen no change In Ihe order of Irtish, which will have the Yan- .ees first and Ihc rest off in a eague of their own. New York still s 1214 games ahead and it appears hat not even a mass attack of oroken arms can stop them. The Red Sox and Tigers just refuse to I •ct Involved in any vulgar push- ng and shoving for first place n line. In 25 games in August. Including ast, night's 4 lo 3 defeat by the Chicago While fiox, the new Amelean League champions have won 3 and lost 12 games, a pace which Iocs not -itrlkc f cnr | n t o Brooklyn T St. Louis The Boston Rerl Sax, till in second place by a halhjamc ivcr Detroit, have lost 14 and won 1, and Ihc Detroit Tigers have von 15 and lost 13. Cleveland topped the Red Sox. 0 tn 8. when relief pitcher Ed Smith loaded the bases in the "ighlh inning on two hits and a iaik and then walked homo tiic ying and winning runs. Earl Jolui- 011 came In and added another run vilh a walk. Murrell Jones had nit Boston in the lead with a •. hrce-run homer in the seventh. ' Philadelphia beat Detroit. 1 to 5, naking full use of 11 hits, three Tiger errors and eight bases on balls. Two Athletic runs — Just I nough to win — were unearned. Sarn Zoldak's four-hitter was better than the three-hitter pitch*d by Rae Scarborough and Milo iandini, and the St. Louis Browns beat Washington, 1, to 0, scoring in a walk, an infield out and Bill' litchcock's single. Brooklyn and Ihe Cardinals both von, so the Brooks stayed six games ahead in Ihe National League. The Dodgers defeated Pittsburgh, 11 to a, alter scaring 20.000 Dodger fans o death in Sboeis Field. Brooklyn jattered Kirby Higoe and Rip Sc- vcll for seven runs in the second nning. featured by Stan Rojck's hrce-run triple and Pete Reiser's hrec-rim homer, but homers, by Jewell, Billy cox. Jim Russell, and Ralph Kincr enabcd the Pirates o clmb back into the game. Pittsburgh had the tying run on third vilh one out in the ninth, but Hugh Casey stopper! them there. St. Louis whipped the Boston ;raves, 5 to 'i, as George Munger outpitched Warren Spahn. Mungc" llo.\ed only four hits while St. -ouis got eight, including Stan Musi al's two-run homer. Chicago ont-homered the Giants or a D to 7 victory. Bill Jurges blasted his first 1947 fourbagger vith Bob Scheffing on base in the Oth inning and that was it. Scheff- ng, Andy Pafko and Phil Cavaret- n hit other Cub home runs. For he Giants the roundtrippers were hit by Willard Marshall and Bobby Thomson, and made :* team loU,l BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. Mobile 86 New Orleans f!4 .ville 73 ooga 73 Atlanta Birmingham 64 Memphis 61 Little Rock 44 L., Pet, 51 .828 54 .609 .533 .521 .485 .467 .445 .314 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. 77 47 70 52 C7 SC 5!) (il GO 55 52 50 Pet. .621 .574 .545 .508 .472 .447 .423 .410 AMERICAN New York Boston Detroit Philadelphia . Cleveland Chicago Washington St. Louis '. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LKAGUK Memphis t>, Atlanta 1. Birmingham 5. Little flock 4. CliatltiuooKii 13, New Orleans 1. Mobile at Nashville, ruin. LK\I;VK W L 78 44 G3 54 64 5G IH 511 02 57 .. V 57 (if; T>0 711 44 .Pet. .C39 .538 .533 .525 .521 .467 .361 NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 11, Pittsburgh 10 Chicago 9. New York 7 (10 r.itigs). SI. Louis B, Boston 2 Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis 1. Washington 0 Cleveland 10, Boston 8. Philadelphia 7,, Detroit-5. Chicago 4, Hew York 3. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Atlanta at Memphis Birmingham at Little Rock. Mobile at Nashville. New Orleans a l Chatlaiioog; of 175—seven short of nnjor eagne mark of 182 set by the 193U Yanks. Oscar Judd. the most mile pitcher in the majors this year, suf- 'ered his I3th defeat as the Cincinnati Reds trimmed the Phils, to 3 Judtl allowed one run in the first inning and four in th second on five hits and two wild pitches. The little lefty has won two games. Yesterday's Star — George Mini- ELBERTA PEACHES $2.50 and $3.00 Per Buslicl We Sell: • By the Pound • By the Bushc] • • Truckload BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 K. Main. Phone 973 RITZ THEATRE anila, Ark. Ijist Time Today ^LJLasfsssaa^ N'ATION'AL LEAGUK Chicago at New York (2). Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Boston, night. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN' LEAGUE Washington at Chicago. Boston lit Detroit C2i. New York at St. Louis, night. Philadelphia at Cleveland, night Dodgers Purchase Negro Hur/er from Memphis NEW YORK, Aug. 26. ;UP) Dan Bankheud, the tjrst Negro pitcher to be signed' by a major league team, was expected to be in uniform witil his new Brooklyn Dodger mates today when the National League leaders entertain the Pittsburgh Pirates. The purchase of Bankhead from the Memphis Red Sox of the Negro American League was aniio'.inc.-x" yesterday by Dodger Presiden Branch Rickey at a special press conference. Rickey also announced that Pitcher Phil Kangstad would join the Dodgers Sept. 1 from the St. Paul farm team m the American Association, # ,? f ^ ft F/m? co ^ M >2^»»»i yer, the whose 'four-hit pitching hcl Cardi nals to victory over the Brn^'ci^ and kept them from losing ground to Brooklyn. ATTENTION FARMERS / Tlic Hcan Ueellcs arc again causing much destruction! Now is the time to kill insects and prevent heavy losses! The cheapest and most effective way In control (hcsc nc.sts is bv Airplane Dusting. 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