The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 01, 1957, Page 23, Image 23

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    t
ism.
ft Mir
fo)
12)
mm
liui(
4 rcjaontatc8taan
Statesman, Salem, Ore, Thurs., Aug. 1, 57 (Sec, IV)-23
' vkA I f , ,
I
V -Tf0t J JL
CHICK LYBECK
Enserskis hli eeeaiu.
This, that, etc:
After noting; (and shuddering' over) what happened
to Hurrkaa Jackson in hit Monday aortic against Floyd
Patterson, we wouldn't be surprised if promoter Jack
Hurley, who has the champ
booked with amateur king
Pete Rademacher at Seattle
this month, will now get a
visit from the Society For
The Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals . . . Those grip
ing about Hurley's Seattle
mismatch should now be
consoled by the fact that it
can t be any more of a
farce than the one of lion
day night . . .
And from what we saw
Monday, if we were Eddie
Machen we'd get back to
Redding, Cat.., but pronto,
and forget all about luch
things at world heavy
weight championships . . .
Unplre T e y
Ahnmedt, the Mexieaa chill bean who is generally
recognized as the best arbiter la the Northwest
League, fj now en a very strict diet Says he's slim
ming down to work In Veneraela the coming winter.
"Yon're gotta be la top shape there," tells Tony, "and
able to ran fast They sometimes throw knives,
bottles and even bombs, Ie been told" . . . That
wouldn't be a good place tor bulbous Harry Small
to ge, if loch be the ease. He'd be a casualty the
first week . . .
Beavers fo Shoot for 100,000 in 4 Games
Oregon State athletic news chief Johnny F.ggers,
one of the visitors at the BC Stag the other night, told
that Beaver brass is shooting for a 100 000 attendance
total for the four home games the OSC s have next
autumn . . . The big jump toward the goal will be made
in the first game, with Southern Cal September 21 at
Portland. They expect to do better than 35.000 for that
one . . . Incidentally, while OSC has but four home games
the coming season, the Oregon Ducks have six. They have
Pittsburgh at Portland September 28. UCLA at Portland
October V San Jose at Eugene October 12, Cal at Eugene
October 26, Washington at Portland November 9 and
Oregon State at Eugene November-23 . . .
Fleishman Has New All-Star team Idea
NW League chief Jim Fleishman has a novel
plan for a loop all -star team this year, lather tkaa
let the assorted sportswrlters and radio men select
their version of the circuit's best, Jim will ask the
players themselves to submit afl opponents' teams to
their respective managers. These wiO then be for
warded to Fleishman's office, tallied and released as
the official NWL Ad-Star asJt
"I think we con get away from the home town
favoritism flavor If we do it thia way," calculates the
prexy. And he's right . . .
c I'd, page H wt II
Title Fight Sept. 23 . . .
Robinson, Dasilio Sign
For Middleweight Bout
ay UVUUT ftOSI
NEW YORK, July II IT-Xept wafting for mere Hum aa hour by
Raj Robinson, weltet-weigtst Champion Carmea Basue vowed today
TU take him off bio high horse In the ring "
The occasion waa the formal signing of the two eJuunpkns for their
IS-mind middleweight ttth fight at
Yankee Sudium, Sept S.
After RoMraM who had spent
more than two hears studying the
return bout ciauae, finally affixed
his signature le the contract.
BuUie hrovod a deep sigh, and
aald "at la M
"This la what I've boon watting
for." said ths year-eid fighter
from Chjttnaag. N.Y. "la my
book, he's greedy, and arrogant,
and I despise him I can't wait
to got In the ring with bun "
.
Silverton, Roseburg Clash
in Legion Series
ft
SILVERTON. July (Special
SUvertoo's DeJbert Reeves Post
No. T Americaa Legion Junior
baseballers have their work cut
out for them this weekend the
semifinals of the state tournament
The Post No. 7 kids tangle, with
one of the top Botch teams m state
when they play Lock wood Motors
of Roeeburg Saturday and Sunday
nights at Roarburg. Roseburg fin
ished third nationally test year.
If a rubber game of the best-1 of Portland and the Vince Genne
of -three series is needed, it will be j coached Bend outfit,
played Monday night at ML An- Winner in each coming weekend
gel series then vies for the state title.
The other two temiflnalists are Coach Harry Hagedorn will
Bradford Clothiers (Lincoln High) fCant'f. page ft. est 4)
DODGERS CREEPING UP
Braves, St Louis
Remain 1-2 in M
Yanks Cop 2 From 'Cousins'
Milwaukee's Braves stayed atop the National League standings
with a 4-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates last night, but the per
sistent St. Louis Cardinals remained just two percentage points behind
with another comeback triumph, this one a S-l job on the New York
: i Giants.
Set for Canadian Grid Mix
Horses Set
At Gresham
(IK.SHAM, July 31 (Spe
cial) Tbereaghbred horse
racing gets ander way here
Thurdy i(ht as the aaaaal
feature of the Maltaeauk
County Fair. The races are to
he held nightly with the ex
centioa of Saturdays and San
days. Cards will he held dar
ing the afternoons on Satur
days, with post time at l it
p. as. There will he no racing
on Sundays. ,
The Fair meet will run for
II days and wUI be under the
Jnrisdletloa of the Oregoa
Racing Commission.
Many of (he horses that
in the recent rortlaad
Meadows meet are here. All
ban space has been taken aad
a number of the hones are
eaartered at the Portland
Meadows track.
Bevos Nip
Stars 6-5
HOLLYWOOD. July Jl (API
Portland pushed Hollywood out
of second place tonight by tak
ing a 6-5 win In the aeries wind
up before 1,947 Pacific Coast
League fans at Glhnore field.
Beavers Solly Drake and Frank
Carswell slammed home runs for
the winners. Paul Pettlt con
nected twice for the Stars. Bob
Alexander was the winner, Hugh
Pepper the loser.
Morrie Martin set back the San
Francisco Seals J-l on six hits
for the Vancouver MountiesT
Dick Brodowski pitched a two-
hitter to lead Saa Diego to a 4-3
win over Seattle.
Steve Bilko hit his 33rd home i Snpdlsauer sHs
The Brooklyn Dodgers took two
from the Chicago Cuba, with Ed
Roebuck the relief winner in both
games of a doubleheader. as ninth
inning rallies paid off with J J and
I I victories that left the third
place Brooks two game shy.
Fifth place Cincinnati, four
games bock, ended its losing string , H aww
at three games with a -$. 11 in-1 Hip!
ning victory over Pnitadrlpnu. The . aaa3
Phils, who had woa four in a row. ; J
stayed fourth, but slipped m
games behind.
la the Americaa League. New
York and Chicago stayed ahead of
the field as the Yankees upped
their ednr to J'i games by whip
ping Kansas City 3-a and 5-4 in a
doubleheader The second place
White Sox trimmed Washington S-5.
Scoreless String at Xt
Cleveland retained fourth place
with a 4-0 victory over Baltimore,
stretching the Oriole's scoreless-'in-ning
string ta S3 Detroit knocked
off Boston's third place Red Sox
5-J
Bob Buhl won his 13th for the
Braves, rolling along on a five-hit
shutout until the ninth when Dick
Groat and Bob Skinner doubled
and Hank F o i I s 'singled. Red
Schoeindienst and Johnny Logan
swatted solo home run for the
Braves. The Braves chased IS
game winner Bob Purkry to his
eighth defeat with two runs in the
sixth on singles by Hank Aaroa
and Wrs Covington, a wild pickoff
throw and double by Bob Hazel
The Cardinals, who have come
from behind in four of their last
six triumphs while winning 11 of
13. hustled back after Hank Bau
er i 14th homd run had given New
York the lead In the tUth inning
alder Baa t Bmmbw
Al Dark, who had four singles la
four tripa, and winner Herm Web-'
meier then kit RBI singles in the
bottom of the fifth against loser
Ray Crone and WaOy Moon scored
on a doubleplay to make it 3-1 in
the sixth after extending his hit
streak to 17 games with a double.
Wehmeier won his fifth, walking
none and giving up sevea hits.
three by Sauer
Gets 41 Per teat
'Hurricane'
Quits Hospital
run in the first inning but the
Sacramento Solons came from be
hind twice tonight to defeat Los
Angeles, M.
ertiaae S) SfirtMi (i)
nnoa mi
Drakaja 4 I S artna.1 III
wmj Sill Jaroba J 4111
Mara.i.1 114 SaamrJ lift
ftapp.l 1 1 1 I P.ttlt r 4 11
A-Crw .1 IIS Rodrn i 1111
arwikl.r 4 14 1 Ctusn.m 4 111
Wnrnk I 1 I I DuhemJ 111
OlMTiJ I 1 I 1 Nalwix till
notllrx SilS Pmr.p lilt
Alxdr plISS Oartwr.fi 1441
nor. lata n-vw-n 1 t t I
Churn.
t -Smith I I I I
D-Sowt 4 4 4 4
Watm.a ISIS
Total SS ta tl Taul IT I
A HMrW4pT,sfl for Kabs pn (VUS
a-riKd ut for Oarbar In Stk
C-Slnfled for Churn in Itk
D-fUn for Bfulth la Sth
Portland 4na mm oni-4
HnllTmaal Ml W M- 4
S-wtncniak. narilmmr Raumar.
Cauakon. Puhaan Rni-Draka Sarin.
Ptorhnwakl. Winraniak 1 rarll.
Patttl 4. Ilaumer tR-Borkowtkl.
Iiunwr UN-Drake, PattH t Cut
artu, SB-Oraka 1 harurama S-ftot-Ur.
Sr-svtat br-sartr, ftndrt
ffu. Jataao and nartlroaha Lrfl
Portlaad IS. Hollrwond I RR-AIi-aitdar
. Short I Paopar 1. Carhar 1
Chars 1 Watara I SO AWianoar I.
Shora 1 Pappar 4. Carbar I HO
Atasanoar T in I plua. Chum 1 In I.
Shora 1 In 1 Waters I ta I. Papper
I la I otua. Garhrr lln 4. B-tn-Ahntandcr
4-S. ahor 1-1, Pappar
I-, Carbar S-e, Churn -, Wafan
1-1. HBrvarona ar AWkanoar w r-
sfatart
POBoar. U-Patekoualaa. Orr.
T-SOS. A-ljei
EAST MEADOW. N. Y , July SI
liv- Tommy ( Hurricane I J ark son
Iteft Tdeedowbrook boapHal la a
wheel chair today determined to
continue his fighting career.
The IS-year old heavyweight con
tender signed out of the hospital
agahaat the advice of the medical
Basilte never has disguised hia ' authorities who wanted him to re-
dislike for Sugar Ray maia for oriaervation and further
I'ader the terms of the contract I checks. He signed a paper releee
RoUnaoa. whs Is det'ending bM I tng the hospital from all responsi
loound title, will get 44 per cent btlity and deported with his moth
i the gate aad the theatet-tele- or. Mrs Georgia Jarfcann
vision reaxpu nasilto will get aj Jarkaae went to the hospital
per cent. PrarmOr Jnrrass D Nor-1 eorty Tisearlay mornit ahout flee
ris of the Interitatiataal Boring hours after he had atnrhd a
Ou said he exoscted the fl(M to fterre heating frorn heevyweigM
areas more than ITSS.am with the raanaima rtmrA Partem at the
iuXTV uUii,, md Urf i. - . i l n i n Pakalakr (l-Sl
" ' S""o !' " rtlM.r.ia at rtartMae (U-
nieher SMSnS three times and the hoot was IHaana (ie-si n Sartraat s-ti ar
If Baal lie wise, they wiH meet atoprval ta the tenth round t...T a. V it, ,.. I
m a retorn bout within ts days ! Physicians said he had suffered am na-Mi n Saam imi I
.jkHi will collect at per cesst a rirwiaed kidney aa a reauN of
ndglnaUy samite had areeot ad the boating
HAriORIAL LAAOl'S
nratrn B4 raaraaa aoaeaa (4-1)
Roy Campanella, Klmer Vaw
(Ceast'd. nag 34. eei. I)
Gavilan Beats
Ortega in 10
MIAMI BEACH, Fla.. July 11
UP Kid Gavilan took a long step
on the road back when he punched
out a unanimous is-rouod decision
over Gaspar Indian i Ortega of
Mexicali. Mexico, in a nationaDy-
televised fight tonight in the audi
torium
The former weltei weight cham
pion won the ananlmous decision
of the judges and referee Jimmy
Peer leas with a bruising body at
tack that raised welts oa the In
dian s torso hut never knocked
him down
Touch as the cactus in his native
land. Ortega kept shooting at Gav
ilan a bead while the Cubaa. veter
an of 137 ring battles, bored In ts
carry the attack to hia younger
foe
Gavilan had been taking vita
min shots la his native Cuba His
manager said "they did the work "
The former ehsmpioa weighed 19
to 14 v, for Ortega.
0-K Women
Host Albany
a 8 per cent after frorn the IBC
which had hoped ts alga RoMnaon
far at per cent But the 37-yar-eM
irooVdlewesgnt king hstisterj an
(CaoUoaid so Pa tV Cat l
1 eaa stil fight and win," said
Jarkaea. who has a 9-4-1 record.
"I been hit hard before I want le
get heck kt warnrnf and flght
agaai.
a manic aw isaois
riasaa is-ei
rharaea as Wakia4(aa Jtas Wu
aaa (tl-.l a aai (4-141
OaOT aaaaaa arhaalae
Pauline Trom of Oak Knoll post
ed a low net f 31 and Lillian Hull
of Albany a low net IS yenterdav
at the Oak Knoll Wornen a Golf
Assn. boated 17 won ten from the
Albany gnat etub
I jam groan among the giieatji was
Millie Harris 43 while Barbara
Brown s SI was low gnm for SSe
O-K gals
The ane-vtee alan played a Mind
j hole. No 4 with v sitnrs Mary Gftv
f?.) rt ane and Millie Harris ttetng with
par lours while the heal the home
clobbers cooM on wa a five by
Bertry Hennert and Louts Kymonds
s?V, 7)1' v-;.!
Duretto to
Stay With
Local Club
Brantley Is Racked;
Series End Tonight
By AL 1JGHTNER
Matesaaaa Sparta Editar
Vera (Pappy) Kindsiather, the
Salem Senator pitching veteran
..'j'. . I j who has just about as much suc-
rv vaa as"11 un cainn awa
as ooes tnuci iyDeci, exmoneo
brilliant reason why last night
j at Waters Field as he collared Unc
I Hugh Luby's soft touches by a
s-v score.
The Pappy man ttuTfed a four-
utter at em this time, struck out
LannnnnnnnDnnnnanncnni.h.f:
D aaiai as trKmmmimmmmm4mmmBrmmmmmmmm.imi Was
PU L Y . .. I
a i , .
S I'pioEiSvvg
n nij rrL 1. rl g
-v A ...
a
a
a
D
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
D
a
a
walked three and pocketed aw
his 14th win of the season.
Earlier in the day, the bonus
beef between Bob Duretto and the I fj
senator manageinem wna twiuea.
and Bob win be with the chib the
remainder of the season. He had
bonus money coming, payment of
which was overdue.
Maddex May Be Last
But the Salems may lose j-ookie
Iford draft
B
D
D
D
a
D
a
.
GREEN THUMBS! I
Discounts-Discounts-Discounts a
A"
.3"
GARDEN TOOLS
Village Blacksmith,
Garden, Etc.
Discount F,ctf
g Keg. 5.95 50' Large T Hose
D
Beg. 4.95 50' 716" Hose .
Terry Maddox. His Medio
board has ordered him up for In
duction Aug. it. Loral magistrates
are trvine to eel a rielav hMravav
The "0 - job was Kindsfather's D Pvja.nAa Ifi AA Wfirfli a(TaI nJ
fifth of the campaign, and three 1 nj 1 1 s a sw.ww vvvssiiwi vvil M
Just 6.66
D
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
n
a
D
a
D
a
a
D
a
a
a
a
roiTLAND, July II This pair at femaer American eej
kfe Ail-Aasertcans, now sUadouts for the Canadian
national thamplon Mason ta bkJmea, face Ue British
Columbia LJoat at Vancouver Friday night In the
Canadlam football game here In MnKneenah Stntffina.
Over the hall b Knrt Barrls, Owetlme Oklahoma Sowners
great center, sad at a.aarterhack la Jackie Parker, veteran
Canadian star from Tennessee. Fridar'i game starts
at 1:11 o'clock.
Pro Sports Hearings .
Ratter-man Raps NFL
Player Relations, Bell
By WOTNIY ItTOEaUIX
WASHINGTON. July tl UTA House aubcernmittee lnveatisatina' pro
sports heard today that Commissioner Bart Bed of the National Football
League once claimed authority which a judge said belonged to the
courts.
The account came from George
Ratterman. ea-Notrt Dame and
NFL quarterback who said Bed
slapped him with a HMD fine for
jumping to the Canadian football
league.
Ratterman aaid a New Jersey
judge told him the league-jumping
dispute waa a matter for the courts
to settle. Ratterman said Bed re
jected this view.
The fanner Notre Dame star
waa one of a quartet of preset
and farmer football luminaries
who testified In the House antitrust
subcornmittee's survey oi pre
sports enterprises
Bel Kept Peat
(eightaa Miller, another Notre
Dame hack of the lsest. testified
that BeH declared last winter ha
would qistt aa ertrrenHninaer h NFL
club evrners did net recognise a
players' association
The eoaert refused reeegnitioa.
but BeH stayed ea at what Rep
(Caaoaatd aa Pag IS. Cel. SI
of these have been at Eugene's
pense The laM time he blanked
them, oo June IS at Eugene, he
also gave them no hia.
Kindsfather frit extra good
about last night's conquest, for it
not only provided the Salems with
their second straight win of the
series, and 14th in a thee with
Eugene, but also erased the sting
of the nasty 1 -a loss he absorbed at
Eugene July 21. on the strength of
an unearned run Alao aiiare hai
shut out Lewiston here S-o last ! D
Friday, Vera now has a scoreless H
,
inning suing it m row I or
him.
Brantley la M Rat
Victim of last night's glee wu
the Northwest League's most vic
torious flinger, OUie Brantley, who
wu handed a S-fl loss the last time
he faced Salem, that administered
by Lybeck at Eugene July 21
Brantley got it swiftly and con-
I vincinely in this one. A walk, Karl
Kuehl's booming double to center
and Gene Tanselli's line single ts
the same garden made it 2-t in the
first inning Kuehl powered his
first Waters Field homer of the
year, and second of the season, ta
start a two-run uprising la the
third. The drive easily cleared the
Upmaa fence ad In right -center,
and wu followed by TanaeOl'i
bsoop double to right and a throw
ing error by Pete Mikacka lor the
second score of the Inning.
Bek-se-Bart DaoMe
Then in the fifth TanaeHI walked
and both Duretto and Bob Camp
bell, the back -to-back homer lus
ters of Tuesday's game, put to
gether consecutive doubles tklt
Urn for another pair af runs
Brantley went the route despite
a l-hit pounding, f a a a I a g only
three and walking u many. Sii af
the It safeties elf his familiar
slants went for extra bases, as
Salem pitched in five doubles U go
with Kuehl's home run
Eugene came close to scoring
only once, and it wu the cornbina-
(Cont'd. nag 14. eei. I
Shevula, Hoes, Clippers, Rake
Prices Geed While Supply Lasts
a
n
a
a
ii
a
n
n
a
a
a
a
a
;r i r
1
BAMBOO
SHADES
Te Keep Your
Heme Cool
J'i' US
4'' 1.5
2M
rV J.lf
Cwmplete With
Ropes, Pulleys
Reedy re Henf
D
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
D
Foam Rubber
Just Arrived
200 Lbs.
D
a
sronrnwaar UAotrt
w L Pft.
Weaaark tl I jti TaAaaas
taaaoa St It 7i La lata
Sateaa It 1 JOS Trt-CKT
WaeaaaSaf. ma Ma: At
W t rVl
M M AJS
It S Jit
in m
s.
II. Waaaarbas
a; at Trt-CRj I. Le
PAClrtC COAST UAtrS
W L Pet. IIM
t rraaa r M eaa laairw is SS Ja
Varoarr eajai I Aad tl M Aa
t. Dtaaa a J taaraai 41 Tl JM
nasrw ti m ass atirwe astsss
Waaaaar'a reeaMa: At Saa Praa-
I, Vaaiaaaai S: at UaUywaaat
t, Partlaaa I; at aamaaaaaa t. tea
A ; at aaaatls t, Saa SHaa i.
AMSMCAH UAOVa
W t TK. W L Pat.
Tart SS M AST IVacraH at It Ja
rakraaa IIS Jn naHSaara t U Aas
i Aa Sea ctr M si sat
Ctrvalaa SS tt ASS Wahasia St M ja
WaeaaaAarl nana; Al We Tar
l-l, Uaaaaa Cttf a-4; at WaaAaaaraaa
I, Cktraea I. at OaaSaa V, OaSrast ;
, Ctaaalaaa A
MATSOMAL LSAatl'B
W t Prt. IIM
traraka 41 jat Chwaa M 44 Aa
St laas H t AS Mavtrt 41 tt 4S
BrtiT II tt Ai Psttakrf Ha) as
pvasapa as 44 tea rktaa tt ts jat
(tantlll riiaata Al MUwaa.
baa t, Pttuberfk I; at at Laaaa t.
New Vara I. at raaraaa 1-1
rr l-l: at rkaaeaaatl A
a I (II
n p
g GIRLS! !
n Imparted ad DewasHc T, fl 2
f Jackets fM
1195 Tcsr JnyjK o
H n Choice ,A n
q Valttee to 4.tS rNai-l 5
" 9 B .... ,.tm antar BBll .aaSBSSBataf aU
Dwwllwlfl mW9WWWT9 ",Z aataaBjaaaafkl'r 1
Ussitad Number a2 tw I Q
a
a Unmentionables 3 ,. 1 S
Wcnatcheo
Edged, 11-10
YAKIMA, July .'I UKThe Yaki
ma Bean pushed acrou the tie
breaking rua at the last of the
ninth Inning ta defeat the North
west League-leading Weoatchee
Chiefs. 11 le here tonight.
However, the Chief t remained
IH games ahead of second place
Eugene which wu shutout by
Salem. 4-4 The Salem victory
pal the Senator! )s game behind
Wenotchee I
Wenak-hae Its r1 A- I I
Yakima tS 4 all -II II
Hanaoa Sadler Hi. CarrUlo ill
.rat Uinelbers. Orwilar Smnrk ill
and Consols. Sander l
n
a
n
a
a
a
a
a
a
LADIES' BLOUSES
W.sh.m, Cute!
PEDAL PUSKESS
2"
Pr.
KENNEWICK. July 11 (API- j
Lewiston punched over sii rune !
In the second inning tonight tad
George New held the Brave te
tour scattered hits aa the B rones
defeated Trl-Clry. 7 1. In a North
west League baseball game.
Lawlrtoa ana la- I I I
Trt-Cttr ana ia ana i 4 I
New and Carton. BnrifM. atataane
ill aod rTattar
38 Cars Lined Up for Saturday Jalopy Bee
Tri-City Nine Loses
Slugger Ellis Burton
RENNEW1CX. July tl - EUa
Burton, the Nortlrweat BaaehnB
Ijeagwe s leorniag borne rwa hitter,
rereivtaj a hrestea cnQarbraM kt
an avSornobile accideat today. TH
marry probably wiS keep htm eat
of baaeeaC for the rest of the
Ted Seal. pUrtter
kea the far IWd ep II
ad haafcats fee getwrdey nigMI
kthsfw SrwAlua weewy al aUa
iywwad Bewt, nwd thaw eeee
asare twtjrWa aaa ho on the Par
ang Be by the Mono the htg Hawed
received
held al
Capital Ante Baetssg Aasaria I Drtver frwat the MeaHanviD-1 After all ear have Ued kt Ladd. Bay Vlebert. duo rHeta.
Bed Wettaua Caettea Aaaorunaa naetv win Retard?, tkey wffl engage as tae Dale Cotlle sad WHtaaaa. wID be
aaar irwaws. waiara i . aa, .k.. u A .l.. i l
aray ansa sue tnsw mats ...... ka ix
1 M e'tlaih- eve. Teeae ten net ttaat oaeenr aenaaarlly aaeea ' - 'r
1 a . la rwawiaf raavdrtiaa fatVaarlaf in 1.. 1 a. rVaapatal ler
W4 bawl when "u turner win ie . . . rwirw ewrrwnuy at leave ng in
I ItTJloo e crrwrat Ike pewgr. wttb . V TVn TJZ la hrera, rwns with n He
avn, 1 awttan OaiWI , - (kw learH at ataten neae wu J
s wet let The rgwUr TAB 4 wtletA. k ""V raw ewv we gwt a w rue war are new repeasng
Qy In thai eaa.'
idwdiag such Upnalihart u Fty ;pti matt Iweorrkt.
I the lea fa I re&ar.
Tare !(oiDS
mm
o
Rayon or Nylon-Slack or WliiUwoll
0 m
r m
I" fMitST
NO DOWN PATMENT
ON APPtOVID (TtEDfT
0"
1120 S. 12th
rWe IM 1-J$4J
iirftw.wwhi
IM BUIIHl
a
a
MINI
SPORT
SHIRTS
189-289
IVwtirwwa 4.fS Velue
LADIES' SOX
39' Pr.
SfttHckif
- a
a
o
a
a
a
a
- a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
- a
MEN'S R
FADED BLUES E
SHOST SH02TS
Tl co
1 Pr.
Free Whierie
With leery Pair
349
evy Wf.
WeaV, thurs, M, tat.
Sua. Only
n
a
a
a
a
j Fatigue Pants and Jackets 3. a
4 Jt tot
OPEN SUNDAY
From 9 to 6 P.M.
a
D
a
a
XT I j 1 1 is
1 A J
htetse EM "
VS007
71
o FREE PARKING
Open Daily 9 to 9
AIR-CONDITIONED
rSBBBBBBlDBBlBBBBDBDBBHi
a
a
a
a