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January 19, 1952

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Porkers Battle Rice Owls In Southwest Conference Tilt REAL GOOD SKATE r / Alan Move; Couch Presley Askew w i l l f a l l [ · b a c k on one of his f a v o r i t e - - and j most effeclift--H? : i .cliool *.vc;ip-! ons tonight when the Arkansas I Ruzorbacks meet Rii-c Institute o f ; Houston In a Southwest Conference clash. The game is scheduled for 8 p.m.- at the Pnrkcr KicM House. } The old tat-tic t h a t will be e i - ' ployed by Arkansas tonight is t h e , weave which Askew-coached V a n , Euren learns used so well in years past. In an effort lo Ret players! into the gnmc that can h a n d l e ; the hall well enough to operate J the weave Askew is expected to start a fivcsomc of Tyron. Lewis,; Floyd Sagely, Gene Lambert,' Walter Kearns and Sam Smith. That was a combination t h a t did · good job against Baylor, in a game that snw Arkansas switch from the post to the woavc and baseline roll, effectively confusing the Bears' defenses. The t a l l e r men on the team, Marvin Adanu, Orval Elkins and Raymond Shew will see action when the offense moves to post-play. Rice, w i t h a poor season record to date, will be handicapped by injuries to both regular forwards. A possible starl'mc lineup will include Leonard C'hitds and Maurice Tcflgue, at guards; Gene Ssrhwinger. a l-6 sophomore, nt center; and Ralph G r n w u m l c r and Sonny McCurry. the Rice football ace. at forwards. Gra vvli rider, the nvtsl experienced of the Owl forwards, is generally i:scd as a "spot" player. Uis specially is defensive play mid ho usually gets into the game opposite an opposing player that is "hot" in shooting from the field. A senior, G r a w u n d e r is not a pot e n t i a l l y high scorer, but is exceptionally fast and 1 agile. Arkansas can even up its con- | ference record at two wins and two losses by downing the Owls tonight. Breezy Sports By HUGH FULLERTON, JR. Track , P h i l a d e l p h i a -- K n u r meet records wore broken i n c l u d i n c the i n i l u j and pole v a u l t in the P h i l a d e l p h i a ' ' I n q u i r e r game.*. Don G c h r m m i n j won the mile in 4:10.2 and Bob Richards vaulted 15 feet 3 inches. Golf SHU Diogo, Calif.--Ted K r n l l , New Harlford. N. Y., Wretched his lead to four strokes in the San Diego Open Golf Tournament by £hooling a three under par 09 for · 36-holc total of 134. Tampa. Fla.--Lnuiso Suycs. Car- \ rolllon. Ga.. moved Ihrru strokes! ahead in the f i e l d in the Tamnn Women's G n l f Tournament by shooting a two u n d e r par 72 for a 3C hole t o t a l of 147. Duncrlin. Fla.--Al Watrous. Birmingham. Mich., pullcH MX slrokos to the front in the J J GA Senior Open Golf Tournament with n one under part 71 for a 36 hole output of 138. Boxing New York--The SUitu A l h l c t i c Commission revoked for life the licenses of Manapci'-rpcond Tommy Ryan and fined him $3,000 ·"or his assault on referee? lla£ Miller in Madison'Square Garden J a n u - ary I I . Tennis Adelaide, A u s t r a l i a -- D i c k S a v i t l . l U.S., opened defense ctf hi; A n - 1 tilralian tennis championship by | ricfeating Rill Lea no, Adelaide. fi-1. 6 0. 6-2. Baseball Tulsa, Okla.--Carl H u b b e 11, former star New York G i a n t l e f t - hander, was chosen as the t h i r d member of Oklahoma's Basrball Hall of Fame. The others arc former Cardinal Pepper M a r t i n and Pittsburgh's Loyd Lit HP Poison Wancr. Armenia. Conn.--Alex Krmikmv- ski, New York G i a n t rookie right- hander, received his induction notice and probably w i l l report for duty with the armed forces next m o n t h . Ptitsburph-- Paul Pcttit, Pittsburgh's SIOn.000 bonus pitcher, signed his 1952 Pirate contract. Football New York--Washington owner Ceorpe Mai-shall dashed BaHi- more's hopes of obtaining the New York Yanks* franchise in the Na- lionnl Football League by refusing lo approve the transfer. San Francisco--The San Francisco of the NFL appointed Norman Red Strader, former New York Y a n k coach as assistant coach. Racing Miami, Fla.--Jacoclena $(i.9U wrm the six furlong Hibiscus Purse at · Hnleab. in 10:10 3-fl. New Orleans--Aim enow $3.(JO captured the six furlong Dominque Purse at Fair Grounds in 1:12 4-0. Arcadia, C a l i f . -- R a i n knockrd out Santa Anita's racing program for the second time this week. Michigan Enters I).A. M r r t Michigan brcame I M P t h i r d Irark team to enter the a n n u a l A r k a n - sas Relays this week. A r k a n s a s and Oklahoma A. and M. wt-rc · Ircnrly in the college field. A fourth college team is being nought. Owl Guard Springdale Smoke Shop Takes Early Lead'"; In Team Section Of State Bowling Tourney ! The Slate H a n d i c a p r.o\vlini;» j T n u n i i i m c n l Kot n i K l e r wii.v ln.^1 ' niehl w i t h six tcnni 1 -- posting D e n i e s , · in lire team event ilivi.sinn. A c t i o n . resumes nn the lanes at 0:30 this ' iifternoon when more te;miK J U T ! slated In start firms. The t o u r n e y | I is heinj: staged at Benton's Uark . Rowling Lane?. ) Top team in last night's p i n y which incluclcfi one Sni'Jnjiihile | team anrl five F.'iyetleville teams. ! was the SprinsoV.c S:uol;e Shop. j T h e Shilo keglrrs accounted for ! 2.9R7 pins. 35 more t h a n UicUctts Drug could muslin- in the i n n n e r u p spot. nicketts had a 2.932 total. Other results'. Mason's Cafe. 2.!J2^; Henderson Coffee. 2.882; Halm Construction. 2,8011: and C. A. Swanson and Sons 2.7S2. Tile high i n d i v i d u a l scries was turned in by D. .1. H a i n h a e h of the Springdale urotip -- a 64^. Bill Mems f . ace LtilVH Group SPORTS ·WOilTHWtST ARKANSAS TIMES, l-'ovettevillo. AiKonsai Saturday, January 19, 1952 Springdalc group -- a di.i. Bin; . . _ . .t;j:^^ s ^] 2t ^ Winters, Brown Lose First SlRound Golden Gloves Bouts Tram event c o m p e t i t i o n is sched- j i u!ed Tor the night's a c t i v i t y \ i doubles and singles occupying I Sunday card. i Young Comiskey i Bolts Chisox Resigns As Club's Vies President Leonaid Chldf Gehrmann, Richards Cop Specialties At inquirer Meet Fort S n i i l l l . Ark.-M'i-A HIM ch;nn])ion won his fir:.I r«nnd m a t c h in tlie 1 1 t h ;innu;il F'orl S i n i l l i Golden Glove? Tournamcnl here last n i c M . Scrappy Moore, w i n n e r of last yc;ir's I.'lfj-pound open cla^ 1 :. o l i l - lioinletl B i l l Winters of K a y e t i c - villc, to win his hout in the 147- pound open class. I T w e n t y - f o u r b n u l t .irr c;,nl.-d I W h a t appeared to he a Mire j for tonieht. Tlie f i n a l s w i l l he.: thiiii; for Ihr f i n a l s in the hn.vs | held here J a n u a r y llfi. | d i v i s i o n i.f t h e a n n u a l '.Vest Fork I the Novici' rrsllll:: ! i,,,,,,,!;,,,,;,! Basketball Tourna- i i n t o the first slot. Rut this lime ^Spn^"!ri~"r i nn!w!l' r 'K!,V-i''"'"' w-cnl UP in the smoke of :, foreigner. S«d«m..,. holds the ' c l l e v i l l e ; Jessie H a l l , Hot Springs,! double-barrelled U|,set hist : dec. H i l l Oirlcr. Conway; .loe d-- sets Mark Pby In West Fork Tourney New Yiirii-t/Ti-Thls- is t h r bis rlay whf-n America's t e n n i s leaders, a t e m p e r a m e n t a l body of men. R a t h e r in their a n n u a l conclave. And probably never before In the lonfi history of the I,nwn | Tennl.«: Associnllon waf t'ie pro- i sra.m of a mectlnn more crammed i w i t h Inpics calculated to pllr up i s t r i f e among the delegates. : One of the first la.«ks w«« to t r y to aarpp. on n men's n a t i o n a l : r a n k i n g li?t for th« past year Some members wpre reported ·. ready to d e m n n d an e x p l a n n t l o n ! from. C»plaln 'Frank Shields of Hi/- 'J.o. nnvis Clup team for hip use of Ted SehroMer instead of Dirk Savitt in the losins e f f o i t against A u s t r a l i a last month at Sydney. Liberals were expected to demand t h a t the meeting abolish the rule which permits a player to accept only p l n h t weeks' expenses each year. The oldtimerp were prepared to fight this to the bitter end. President f l u w l l R. K i n s m a n hoped It would be possible to avoid the lople of whether Ihc A u s t r a l i a n s are f r a c t u r i n g the a m a t e u r code by raisint; a $12,000 wedding f u n d for Frank SedRman. Vic Seixns, nick Savitt and Tony Trabert are all r n n t p n d e r s for the No. I spot in n a t i o n a l .^ _,,,,,,,,,;,,,. l l l o ,,,,,,,,, ,, i Inn i l i f f k - u l t . The w i n n e r of N a t i o n a l Championship f f f\ 5 *c,tH Id-ygAR Oi D '40 HE BECAME ENGLEWOCV, H.J. Oi.MtP,' FIGURE AT/M CHAMP- B'tsUm - OT)-Thoi'c nhl iniln fondisls, Hem fjcrhm.nnu nnd Krcil W i l t , UH» FBI Flyer, after C'l'icaEO - /r - Hasoball's nn'y fronl o f f i c e I'oliloul. O'arle« A. Chuck Cnmiskcy II. considered himself a free a«cnt today. The 20-year-old granrlinn and namesake of Ihe Chicago W h i l e Sox f o u n d e r Is looking tor another joh in hasehHll. : . His resignation as vie" i-rcsid.'nl j ) m m and secretary of Ihe White Sox W;IF iiccepled yeslerdav bv the hoard of rlireclors. headed by his ;;'. inll " sl1 '"- '"° Grace Comiskey, ; n , l h e , t , Cl.-oksv,lle; i',.lw,n Nei- l e r l a h , I,ittle Hock, T K O Gcor;:n I'.ohaiinon, C l a r k s v i P e ; H o r . n c Duke t k n Achel F u l m c i . I . i d l e Rock; H a l l Iko A. O. Hayes, Pine I k n 1 1 2 -- A l C r o c k c l t . I . i l l l e Hock i l l l i ' f dec. K a r l mother, Mrs. i cluh president. , ... · R u t the door was l e f t a j a r f o r ; ' o i l , . M ~; Chuck lo return to the elan. ucc. « hour rest, will resume their r a t h - ; H n WH|llc(1 ,, ,,,,,,, | n l l l K $|0.- onicht le-sidefl competition in Ihe K of C Track Meet at the Co::tnn Garden. A'«ni; w i t h most nf Ihe n a t i o n ' s in last night's Philadelphia meet '. ;ind Ihc lormcr clocked n f f a n - : ot.:er victory with a h i g h l y im! pressivc 4:10.2 effort, thanks to: a blistering finish. What promised to he a breath- | t a k i n g pnlc-vault event lost some of its luster when Don La/, suffer- | cd a ley i n j u r y w h i l e Ihe Rev. I Dob Richards was on his xvay to ; a b ' i l l i c i t Ifi foot. 3 inch Phila- j dclphia triumph, i Harrison D i i l a r d , the I ills ; djic champion, appears due for a'nolher of his many Boston; lull-dies trii-mphs. Dillarrt had a n ! easy fifl-yard win at P h i l a d e l p h i a , ' probably because world-record j · -!· Die'-: Altlcsey, who also; field of K of C entry, was side- | neu iiy a piliiod- muscle. Hock I k " Hob l l a n i l i n . . l i m Sellars. C ' » n \ v a y , nd.'ill I ' l i n t . Me wanted linn yearly salary and a term eon- j tract. He never pive Hie directors a (·nance to t a l k terms yesterday, Storming from t h e mrr-linu ronm when the board refurctl lo pern '·' IP in the smoke of a niidit. l \ l o u n l a i i h n r u , considered as easy nre^ 1 for Kll;ins. mastered the Klks. 53-17. in the lower bracket. Then Wes f-'nik t r i p p e d t h e t o u r n a m e n t f a v n r i l r s . Prairie Grove. -11-30. ['rairic r,rovo a n f i h l k i n s . the rme and 1wo learns in Ihe Wash- i i i K t o n C o u n l y l l a s k r t h a l l l.eai:nr. were figured sure hels for the f i n a l tame t o n i c h l . but neither one could m a k e the w i n d u p Rame. Osburn. for M o u n l a i n b u r s , "topped scoreis in his name w i t h 2*. puints. n a i n o n t si t i t l e , and the t h i n R Is pretty complicated. · Slave, Hill Sprint;::: .limniv N u n n . l l u n l s v i l l e dec. .lack Hernie. I.ilili: Knelt; H i l l y Miller. Fort S m i i h . . dec. f'aul SlauRhlcrhack, l i n t bis'attorney, Byron M. G e U o f f , lo'.*^^ ^^ Um( ^ I k u I.eon S u l l i v a n , C'lincay, J'.ob . M a r v c l l . l l u n l s v i l l e , l'jc. di'i; Trout. Hot .Sprincs; Walden G d - i Man. Conway. Iko C a l l Rasbeiry, i Hot Sprincs. j 147--I.en Harvey. Cnnway, dec. open remain in the session. "The door is s'ill Charles to return," said his mother. "If he just would have sat down and told us wb'nl he wanted, everytbinc would have worked out all rifiht . . ." sp anuary orts Card J n n . H-10--Went Fork liivilalional Bitskctbi'ili Tourn.-imenl. Jan. 19--PorT;ers vs. nice, here. Jan. 22 -Bulldogs vs. Siloam Springs, here. Jan. 2i--null(la;:s vs. B c n t o n v i l l e , ;il Bcntonville. J;in. 28--BulldoKs vs. Huntsville, fit Huntsville. . Jan. 29--Bulldogs vs. Joplin, here. Jan 31--Porkers vs. Kansas Stal* Teachers, here. Basketball Scores RK The .M!H,tlM TPCI* l,c Moync NY S3 Siena 51 N l V l I 7!l N Y C A lia Seton M a l l 71i Loyola Halt. Sli ....u. !icl oenr;;ia hu A u b u r n (i:i Mississippi State fil Gem-Re Washington 81 Georgetown 7."i overtime M a r y l a n d 71 i\orth Carolina 51 M i a m i I-'la. 87 Tampa (II litiwlin-j llrucn Sill Ohio U n i v 71 K o i - k h u i s l (i8 Missouri Valley 7-1 Texas A.»1 47 Baylor 36 Ari/ona Slate Tcmpe 48 Texas Tet'll -17 Arkaii.'a:.'College 71 Ouaehita SO Ar!ian:,as Teiirs GO Arkunsas A ( K:M .Vi W a s h i n g t o n 71 Orccon Illi liLihn US Orecon Stale 01 C a l i f f . r n i a (11 UCLA .'ill Southern f : a l i f o r n i t (i.'t K l a l i f o r d i ". i m c r l i n i c ,, ; U t a h M Coloraiki A,\i Til i M c . n t a n a St,:tc (ill VVeslein Cnlo ",l Of State Invited To Be Heard Arkansas sportsmen and h u n t - j e i s v.-ill have the o p p o r t u n i t y to i h a v e a say in forminr, of h u n l i o K ' ,-ind fishing r e R l i l a l i o n s for t l i e state. A meetins v.-ill be licld in Ihc House chamber o' t l i e Ca'iitol in l.ittl Rock J a n u a r y 21, at which lime all interested parties arc i n - viied to make i ccommendations lo the Game and Fish C'ommis- I slnn. Paid Baxter. Ranic w a r d e n , announecc' today. !le -aid the sessions will start al !) a. in., and continue all d a y , and that the public is invited to he present and ; la!.-e part in the discussions. j The commission will meet the j f o l l o w i n R day to set up rules am regulations for the comin; year. Huntsville Wins Two, Loses One To Rogers j The H u n t s v i l l e Kasles won l w n | and lost one in basketball sanies w i l h Rojers last night al I h n i K - villc. The Kacle juniors t r i u m p ' j - ecl. 32-23, and Ihe Ka^le u i r l s won a 30-21 contest, nut in the senior boys same Ihe Mountaineer:, squeezed in with a . r )0-48 decision. ; i In the junioi same Kdinislen : | a i l f l Scianlon, of l l u n l s v i l l e . and | ! Boles, of RORCI-S. lied for h i - h ! honors w i t h i n eac'o. McFr-r, ol i H u n t s v i l l e . and l l o w h n i d , of Ko^- ers each had 1 1 in ihe cirls game. I Cable, of Rogers, led his senior | boys team lo its will w i t h Hi ! ! points. Charles Berry, of t h e ; j Kajde.s was hifih for the losers u ith I The Katies play P r a h i c ( i i o v r . : I al P r a i r i e Grove. M o n d a \ . in ; I jiames i n v o l \ - i n « the senior l o ; . s t I and senior p i r l s teams. - Jerry Klkins. H i i n t s v i l l c . I7o -- Carl IJimdcrwoud, H Sprinns. dee. Ceralrl Henderso Comvay. i n A r i i i . l l n i i l T i n e r|.,rr I Wrsl Kiirl: Irippprl llio I m i n i n i n m i , 1 1 B - A l t l t H i i n l I m M i l l . p Grove-Wes dec. Gary Mooie. toir.v.-i-: l,a- vonne Rnpers. C l a r k s v , tlv, Hoi, ",'.'.' "/I;.!"- ,.. (||v|sllm E|ui|1 t SiM-lncdale, .10 BEORGfKEtL 2fi to cain « Iierth opposite Lincoln. Cole scored 2(1 points for the w i n n e r s . It was hard lo choose between the surprises a f f o r d e d by the names in the hoys division. Both wlnneri were decided undcrdom and both played excellent bull. They meet other for the top trophy t o n i g h t at 9 o'clock In w h a t promises lo lie a buttle. The Rirls final (jflme Is scheduled for 7:!,V Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE HUMBEM ' CITY HOSPITAL Phone ll'.O GAS PhaM 111 CITTf WATEfl P L A N T Phor. 7 2 1 . L I G H T AND POWEH Phm* 1M FIRE . . . Phont 75 FOLICE PIMM I BOWL ('Oil HEALTH Mm Benton Bowline Lanes-- Adv SAYS: FAMOUS OEltlOlI I«D IASEMAN ' Hindu hit htme run inrjr timt! "Aftur · tnugh trtll f«mf, nothl"i prpt tne up like · cold hhowcr nnd * frenh. cl*»n, tmAuth ihiv* with · Childl' nit?.or Blade. 1 iiwltched lo Child* 1 bcrauM Chlldi' BUd«f cost lenii. yet glvB me * imoothtr nhnvr. Childt' Blade* M* n homo run for iininothur ihavet *v*rj' tim«!" A n oiilsiandinR f l a v o r R o m a n Meal Bread. 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PASTEURIZED -HOMOGENIZED 130 We* MUTUAL IHtUHAHCI- Washington County Firaiwi Mutual Fire Insunnpe Organized 1922 1952 will be 20()th Anniversary of Mutual Insurance Phoni 180 209 North Block Strttt MIW« §T»H»· Siena Upset In Highlight Of Night's Cage Play l a l r c over f i r s t place in the N o r t h cm d n i : i n n of Ihe Pacific Coast r n n f e m n T . lilaho nipped (.In-K'in St.ile (i.'i-nt in aiiolher N o r t h e r n New Vork-M'i-Add this score lo numerous upsets thai have been chalked up In collese basketball: Lc Moyne NY 53, Siena SI. Le Moyne, beaten 10 times in 13 previous cames, was considered easy for Sicua, ranked nth in this week's Associated Press poll and hoaslins a 10-Kame w i n n i n g streak, tint the Le Moyne eaters apparently hadn't read obout Siena's Plaini; on t h e i r home court at .Syracuse. K'. V., last n i g h t , t h e .. Le Mnvnc's Billy Jenkins with i4 Texas A. and M. lied Texas for joints'was the. Mar. ! second place in Ihe Soulluvcr.! At on KrlrJay nlshlj, most | Confei-rnce by beatinc Baylnr f the action occurred In l h e ' 4 7 - 3 f i . A r i / o n a Siaif Tempc. con- n u t h w r . ' l And Fai West. t i i i m d i i n b - a t r n In rjorder Con 'I ne i ot race continued in the So'ilii-rn division of Ihe VCC. C i i l i f n r n i a lied HCLA for f i r s t place by u p s c l l i i i H Ihe IJi'liin-. ''IS!l. S i i u l h n l i C a l i f o r n i a snrprKPd S l a n f o i d li.1-:"'l in n v e i l i m e . C a l i - f o m i a and HCLA each have a 3-2r A n v t h i n : can happen In t h i s n* 'heir be;.t form. Wash- iSlon fQUJilicU Oregon 74-36 to fn-em-e cnmpftilion by edgt,nfi Texas Tech -1B-4V. U t a h kept on H r i p h a m Y O U P P . ; . heels in Ihe S!:-bne K i u b l b-- t a k - infi Colr.iado A. and M. . r .:t-S1 Louisiana Slate's Hob P c l l i l : r.t l w r .SnuliTaslcrn C'onference rcc. ords as LSU s\vamped G f o r R j a ^lil- lill. He scored fill point* li. oiaT the oltl .'iiclc m a i l ; of 40 held j o i n t l y by him anil Kentucky'.- H i l l Spivcy. I V I I i i ' s 2H f i e h i co.ib. broke hi:; own SKC record if I i. In a n o t h e r SKC' panic A u b u r i ended a f i v e - s a m o loiinj; Mi-call by flowniiiK Mi r : i'-sijipi Stale 03- f i i , p u l l i n c a w a y in Ihe lar.t Jive m i n u t e s for a .'i."i.r». F j lu- M D I C Western M i r - h i d m c h a l k e d up llf. nih victory in a ro-.v. lorklns Cin- r t n n i i l l fi2-5fl In a M l d - A m r r l r . i n i Conference l i l t . C m c l p n i l i t o n i g h t I trie;, to humi)le Si Bomivcntuie I from the u n h e a l f n r ^ n k j . , · TiTo Y"An, p^rliops moro Ihrm over before, your ncv/r- I ·».·-.'. b'.-f v.'iil k': n very impoitnnl porr.on in your lile. \j-i; f.'Hei di-i/, ho w i l l d»hver a f^cko'/c ol hiBlory-nKjVing lic-.v:;. ^;'/e-c / ilc.v:!n / 'f picturcr,, Ihought-provoktnr/ '.·!·.. s.'i" -.rh!!i,-.'i ccir.ic.-,, entorlciining features, and -oCivina i.turr: oiiorinyr,. nri'') fr!r ^ v;ili oivo you r.o much exciting n^v/r,, so vnlnohl't tnlo.'in'ilion, or so much reading onjoymint :/ !,iiri!l n c~r.l- 'ir, ynur daily nowsryiper! It's the lnr:'! v / i , e j o you con f i n d 111"? complete nlory of ftach cvrnl 1 : - a n d "i'i'J all about it" at Ihe lime you cii''.^';, !'j: (;:. long '13 yo'.i hko Vr-,, I i ' i v i r r j t l i i i nov/:;jxipor dolivorod to your home ir, by Iir iho b'-.-i ·...":·/ lo ki^f-p ]·/'·" v/ilh cill Iho niom^ntciiK hap- po;. ;rjn tlirjl rno makiivi hr."idlincu liorn and olr.nv/hote. II ycr. :c not ri'i'i:n'j it KVI'KY day, n word to our ollico or yo;:; cirrioi v/ill r,!ai! i r n m o d i a l e delivery. Remember, you'll r.iv.-r kncv/ ALL tLat'c happening until you see your dally n3".'r.p"per! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES nv;:.i -- f'ir on! / d'iy',1 CARMEN'S NEWS STAND (Formtrlr Fowltr's Fruit and News SUnd) "THE BIG LITTLE STOHE" in FAYETTEVILLE «t 412 WEST DICK3ON PHONE »94 JOHNSON PUiMBING AND HEAIIN6 CONTRACT OR REPAIR Corner Spring and School. PhaiM 1040 HARRY'S RADIATOR SHOP L«t H a r r y Imped your coolinq syiltni «nl recondiiien ro«r ridtalor lor wlnlor wcalhor. New rorrn in^lalltd, EAST OF MONTGOMERY W A R D TIHE SHOP JZ'^i E. Rock SI. PlKMW J2«4 HHVICt tTATIONl WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR ALL CARS otr' Wh«.l Alignment .Whetl Bslincial F R A M E A N D AXLn«THAiQHTENII»a ! I 3 S. COUE2E, FAYtrTIVItLI. ARIL PHONE 771 Th. Niw ROYAL Fomily con h«lp You it it lpii*9 fo dP. New Itoctru, New Standard. N«w f«r»*W«. ALEXANDER TYPEWRITER CO. ·ALES ' PHONE Ml ·

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