Neddy Nestlé (1/2/1953)
Jack Betts was an American illustrator. He drew many advertising comics for Johnstone and Cushing in the second half of the 1940s and the 1950s, such as the 'Peter Pain' series for Bengay heat rub, that appeared in the Sunday papers. Another advertising comic by Betts was 'Neddy Nestlé' for Nestlé's instant cocoa. He also did some of the ad panels called 'The Ribbers' for Ten High Whiskey.
Peter Pain (1/2/1952)
Betts has additionally worked as an illustrator for Collier's magazine (a.o. the weekly column 'Keep Up With The World'), as well as a booklet called 'Footprints of the Trojan Horse', that dealt with the dangers of foreign spies for the Citizenship Educational Service in 1940.
Britannia Mews, French-Canadian edition (Photo-Journal, 8/7/1948)
In 1946 he did a newspaper feature called 'Britannia Mews', as part of King Features' comic adaptations of novel in cooperation with the Book-of-the-Month Club.
Peter Pain (20/3/52)