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Brownies Take Third In Row From Detroit By Tkt AiMtl»te4 FrtM There's only ont plact to lin- lih iind thst't firit." . Rojtrt Hornsby committed this Mf* comment before the season optntd. Hii precocious St. Louis Browni act like he meant it. Running neck and neck with Cleveland for the American Leafue lead, they sound like the big noise of early season. Let Cleveland and Brooklyn, the pre-te»son favorites, terrify the opposition with 17-hit binges. The spunky little Brownies make.five hiti ii» the same work. Tirst Ned Garver. Thin Tommy Bytie. And now Bob Cain, going the rout* ajainst Detroit for a elufc that got only one complete gjme in three from 13 pitchers last season. Cain, acquired from Detroit In a seven-man deal during spring training, rubbed it in yesterday by whipping his old Tiger mates. 3-1. Wandering Bob allowed nine hits but mojt «f them were harmless singles. Comeback Falls That new Brownie lineup, with only one third.of the '51 personnel still on the roster, ruined Hal Newhsustr's b r i g h t eomehack hopes. Prince Hal making his first start since last July 14, spoiled «n efficient job by throwing home run balls to LM Moss and Bob Nieman in the last two innings. Cleveland wasted many of its 17 hits in running over Chicago lor 1 third straight triumoh, 3-1. Dtsnitc. the heavy, barrage'that in- c'.uded « 425-foot homer by Luke Easter in the fifth, the Tribe save Mike Garcia only a one-run lead going to the ninth. Shaky fielding by Ray Boone. Bobby Avila and Al Rosen helped . the powerless White Sox make it I close. Garcia, starting out- after another 20-win season, threw a steady seyen-hitter to beat Marv Grissom, knocked out in the three-run second. Avila snapped out of a hitless string with S perfect lour-for-four. Shanft Bests Yanks Bobby Shantz, smallest pitcher in the league.ibeat the world champion New Fork Yankees with his left arm and bat to five Philadelphia a 3-1 decision over Eddie Lopjl. Tht S-foot-S pitcher scattered nine hits and gave his team the lead with a looping single in the fourth, breaking a 1-1 tie. The Boston "rookie" Sox turned the heat on Washington for a 9-2 romp with f r e s h m a n Fsye Throneberry, a Scranton, Pi., grad, hitting a base-loaded home fun off Don Johnson in the six- run sixth. Throneberry, just ad- va.nce.d to the Sox roster before otiMIng day, smashed a two- strike, no-ball pitch into the Senator's bullpen in csnterfield. Newcomers Sam White. Ted L'Bcio and Bill Henry helped him drtve in eight of the nine, runs. Walt Dropo's homef provided the AAA Starts Lining Up Teams ·»-i *-\. 71 . / I / T i l / / fror 3/tf/e roowfill f/tf iofrs ^ / / ne up competiors for next as Rock, North · Little Rock, Pin* vival of the championship play-1 Bluff, E! Dorado, Hot Springs and ' Little Rock-(P)-Tht Arkansas Athletic Association has acted t o ) line up competitors for next fall's revival of the championship playoff system' in state high tchool football. Questionnaires, seeking to determine the classifications in which schools wish to compete, were mailed by the AAA yesterday. A school can advance to a higher bracket under certain conditions, but it can not step down. A rchool's lowest classification is determined by its enrollment. Th« playoff system, dropped last season, was reinstated at the winter meeting of the Association. Playoffs Involve Classss AA, A and B. Those schools in AAA (the Big Seven) determine their champion on basis of regular season play. Class AAA schools formerly were known as the Big Six (Little Rock, North- Little Rock, Pine SarttjmrBt Arkansas Sim** SPORTS Red-White Game To End Spring Cage Practice ^lORFHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Foyeltevill., ArkatiMt,. Friday, April. 18, 1952 Fort Smith), but there will be a t , least one addition to the league i this fall. Texarkana has outgrown the enrollment maximum for a Class AA school. Schools which previously competed in Class A A have been ' I I F I ^ - I . ^ . i i t i ^ i r - r . ^..**i._ asked to suggest an alignment for j W I T H C H A N D L E R G O N E four districts to he «et up by the Association's Executive Committe*. Classified AA last year were Fayetteville, Rogers, Van Buren, Newport, Blytheville, Jonesboro, Forrest City, Benton, Gonway, Malvern, Subiaco, Rus- fcellville, Arkadelphia. Camden, Forclyce, Hope, Magnolia and Smackcver. Talbot Notices Commissioner Is Not Hogging Headlines This Year li- Kfl ('REACH Washington - '/T'l - .1 ;i Byrnes tnH.iv avriiv Truman nf sprr-;iriin about h i m nml i ' "fiction fnr hi'f'ry" U. S. -Russian n-Hi'-i danjrernur i.'oi'.ths of Uis tng coir! war. The Souih"'lrvi ?MV who was Truman's f."-rrl:ir m a l e from 1015 i i n l l l rn'-t- replied in n Kr.ithing nrli'/'f.- lished tn Collier's i .TK.-I?.;I: statements Prrridrni T r n rn ;i n made short him in th'? r T r n t : Simpson Smacks Fourth Homer A; Little Rock Wins Bv The AsBoclated Pr'ss A Little Rock outfielder is swat_ . . ,-,.,. ,, ,, .,, tins'* home run every night,.but Spnni basketball prutlc*.will e ' v |n this feat takes second bill- come to a close' Tuesday night at 8 o'clock w i t h ' an intra-squad game to be plgyed at the Arkansas Field House. The game will be open to the public. Daily workouts, which commenced April 2 under thfe direction of new coach Glen Rose, have consisted primarily of scrimmages between four teams divided from the 20-mari squad of candidates. In the beginning the members of the squad were- careful about shooting, but have long siiicfe lost that caution. Scores near the 80 level 1 have been common in the 40-minute playing sessions with a number of players scoring more than 20 points in each game. Inconsistency seems the biggest problem on the squad. With few exceptions the Porker cage hopefuls have shown only periodic flashes of good form. Lettermen Tfyon Lewis and Eugene Lambert have been the most consistent per-, formers and would be almost sure to start if the season were opening next Tuesday. - Lewis, the former Fayelteville High star, has shown the best form of his collegiate career this spring employing his speed and driving talents to good advantage. Lambert, while not brilliant, has been consistently dependable in most phases of the game. | Coach Rose, still watching his charges closely, declines comment on his reactions to the assembled talent. He has said, however, that he would like to have a tall boy lor the post, feMlng that a boy at the 6-9 or 6-10 height level would greatly facilitate a fast-breaking offense. - -- . , ing to the power of the larruping ; (TI |! e g eF ham, the Tennesseans scored 47 I runs and belted Baron pitchers for a rscord 64 hits. They slugged Al Vincent's groggy club into a 15-7 defeat last night after posting 14-5 and- 1B-5 runaways in the first two games of the series. These offensive fireworks, however, couldn't completely d r i v e husky Hal Simpson from the center of the Southern Association stage. The Little Rock star hit his fourth homer in as many gamps and was a defensive standout in the Travs' 3-1 triumph over New Orleans. Tis two-run clout in the fifth inning gave the champions Olympic Events To Be Featured At Kansas Meet* Lawrence. Km-'.'TVThf? Kansas Belays, enlivened by four pprrinl Olymj^c ,ypM' events. oprrtH in- day wif'i a rjoo-1 po.-Mh'Uty t h a i pevsral rerjircls will f a l l d u r i n g the iwn-rtey program. Mure than 600 pLhletrs from fiO unlvrrsiMn.i-- i By GAYLE TALBOT New York-(/I'j-In case it pitssffi u n n o t i c e d , a basebnll season has just opened without the game's new commissioner, Ford C. Frlck, getting his picture in the papers or even threatening to have some i o\vn!?r investigated by his private ; police force. i As his lone concession to the ' mnlesty of the occasion, Friek promier! In appear at Yankee St i d i i l m today and present Casey Stengel's rhvnpions wlih their class rinfls. A f t e r l h a t he intends tn return to his desk and continue to conduct baseball's manifold affairs. It i- his naive belief lhat this was w h a t the owners hired him lo rio. west Co'iferenre schools -- .ire rompettng. T'-e first five events of the de- ratMon. plus the i n l r r s c h n i n s t i c meet, are scheduled forlay. Among the records t h a t may fall are the 4-mile relay, thp ' hifjh .lump, thp dislanre medley. Coac'i Rill Enston said Kansas 4-mile team, whin, H'o di'=t.' i n''« in 17 minutps seconds at the Tp.xas Jie.l.-jy? week, will a t t p m n t In better One vision of the finest things tele- has done, p?rhapr, is lo I AM A Warm Against Using Anesthetics On Minor Injuries Chicago-f/PJ-Thf · Journal of American Meriiral Association to;lay spoke out against the Indiscriminate usr of pain-killing druxf to ketp in Injured athlete in 30 tion. Tht publication. In an edl- lorial, expressed tht opinion t h a t ' The use of local anesthetics on players hampered by such minor miseries as sore arms or barks or slight spraini apparently ii grow- Ini. Men to treated run tht risk of serious injury. Bentonville Bill Barker, county visitor with · i ,,. , « i m J V\ i i i t_ DOOK, i\l T, i i i - . - i i n t - i n . the Welfare Department fnr t h e , past 16 years, hns been appointed Byrnr* wnnt bpynn'l rt.»nvin actinc director of the as hfl n a s r l n n " i ' l " f n r f l - t h : t to succeed J. Raring Rice who hi* n n t ·' p r n n n n l drp.-.Mii^ dnwn fi served as director for the past U J ' n e present r i a n t a f t e r I M » V years. Barker » veteran of W n r M J r m v ennfrr^n"** of t n t S P-v pr War II. came to Bentonvllle f r o m i r i e n l Trnmnn 1 * account, h" i Alabama in 1933. He is a t t e n d i n g j Byrnes a ^ in-: the University where he is m a j o r - ! tired of "hah; ing in social welfare. | Byrnes said hr Mrs. Marietta MorrK assistant i s u r h mrnin ' a r home demonstration a cent for Ren ton Counly since .Inly, 1951. has resigned her pos 4 as nf A p r i l 20. She plans tn join her husband, B. R. Morris, who is stationed with (be army at Fort Belvoir, Va. County Asent Herbert Russell said this morninR no replacem-nt has been named as yet. Lee Measles, Ren ton Cnunt.y School Supervisor for the past eight years, has nnnounced his rpsicnation effpctive June 3D. said; "I believe it is in the best interest .of the public educa- make it possible for untold thousands of persons who never in their lives sat at a boxing match In watch such n t r u l y magnificent a t h l e t e ns R a y Robinson In action. Substitution Of "Fiction \ For History" By President Charged By Jimrnis Byrnes on diplomatic snvin **ver heard t h a t Prp.«id"i't T M I - pl»-:i T i n ' ,vl r..-! !·· I , Wi? honeslly" believe this, though I some undoubtedly will vote for his ; grand opera and others will stand ran · up for the animated beer commercials. Mcrt boxing men regard the sli'ok NPRI-H as the greatest ring f i ^ h t r r pound for pound, who ever Hvprl. ;ind few expect to see his 21.2 th Ammran rrrnrd. The mark is'17:1(1.] set by Indian?] in -- · ... . , the 1037'Penn Relays The Karen's i ( '' iu; ' 1 '" !ne f l l l u r c - Hc wl11 nnt , ' ' r i g h t i n g much longer, so those who the odd game of the series and i Relays record is 17:34.3. his diving catch of Stan Wetzel's I 7| 1P r a v nrite in the 1500 meter P | "- I L iT liner in the sixth started a double :. i .,,,;.,. n-T,~~r T '' «T i I n c , Play and prevented a Pelican I ^ TM £ -'- J;'^ 1 'TM | ·£$ Elsewhere in the circuit, Nash- ' r l v a l s m ville shaded Atlanta 4-3, and Mobile clung To first place with an 8-3 verdict at Memphis. Chattanooga goes to Atlanta to- xpprteil U) b« Drake's Dewey .In'-Mif"!! and Oklahoma A and M.'s Fred Ki'khnff. Three Bin Seven ,ithlp|r 3 hfnd I thp hiip-step-jiunp list. They are Gr;lz , ann werS| privileged. f c c l, night .Nashville Invades Binning-i Neville Price "of Oklahom,-, Ven-1 ham, New Orleans moves to Mem- i ;,,,;,,,,,. ,,, u--.,l_ £ . _ , . ' '· ' , phis and Mobile faces Little Rock. | How They Stand AMERICAN LEAGUE W I, Prt. other. Dotttn round Ball · · ' Brooklyn continued to pound the hall with an 8-2 romp over i " thf Braves as though Chuck Dres-1 sen expected to open up his I3V 2 j PhvSXdl E d u c a t i o n |sme lead by Decoration Day. In i --.. . u . . i M . three wins at Boston, the Dodgers j L l l f l l C nClO At U. A. ' hammered 48 hits for a team bal- ' ting iveraje of .378. ' A regional physical edurstion Som» of the batting jverages may jrch your eyebrows. Give a look clinic was under way at the University today. School administrators, physical education teachers, Cleveland 3 0 1.000 St. Louis 3 0 I.DUO Boston 2 1 .B07 Hew York v . 1 1 .?"() Philadelphia 1 1 .500 Washington 1 2 ,JJJ Detroit ... .. 0 3 .000 Chicago __0 3 .000 Thuratlay'i Results Philadelphia 3, New York 1. St; Louis 3, Dflroit 1. Cleveland 5. Chicago 3. Boston B, Washington 2. of Kansas State and Gen* 1 Wilson of Kansas Slate. Arkansas e n t r a n t s in thp Kansas meet include Lee Yorlpr. in thp 400-meter hurdles; Dean Pryor. in the decathlon; anrl A l a n ' Ksh- baugh, a freshman, in the 3,000- meter steeple chasp. The Lions Club style show, featuring locul business men modeling women's apparel will he held at the hinh school auditorium tonight at 8 o'clock. Bowling Rmlnpsi L^aicua Kpll^y Brm t.umhcr Cn. niM!-ri 1-0 surprise win nv^r Mr'ir,"- n" " satn o flr^t place C- with R o g r r j five ivhlrh rtroi · - - The p r i n c i p a l business of Ihe Professional Golfers Association meeting Monday at Detroit will be to rehirc FrPddie Corcoran as public relations expert to try to stem Ihc flow of bad publicity the money players have had recently. FrH. who handled the job ably for pisht years and built up lh= siring of rich winter t o u r n a m e n t s before ho was ousted by a dissident clique several years ago, has told HIP lads he will come back only on his own terms. He doesn't npert the money, taut the pros need him. Amonc Cnmimn's terms, one, - . may he reasonably certain, will be States -will be held n proviso t h a t he takes no lip from Hor'.on Smith, the PGA president, who obstructed him when | hr- held the job before. Morton was a non-interfering spectator tion in Benton County that I resign ss county supervisor." He «;aid t h a t his f u t u r e plans are In- deflnilr. The county Board of Education will meet at 10 a. m.. April ?.4, tft select a new county supervisor. Applicants are Vequestrd to file t h e i r applications with certificates of qualification for the slate deportment of eduration on or befor* April 24. with .1. T. McGill of B c n t o n v f l l e , chairman of the board. The Easter egg h u n t , sponsored by the Bentonville Khvanls club, which was postponed because of inclement weather last Saturday will be held at the Park Sprlnjjs tomorrow at 3 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Powell nf Bentonville announce the birth of a son, Hlchard De Wayne, Monday at the Bates Memorial Hospitil. Met?, laid lhat famous NATIONAL LEAGUE W L · - - . Brooklyn 3 Boy Campanella .558, Duke Sni- I coaches, school board, membars j St. Louis 2 der .571, Jackie Robinson .545 and ! and P. T. A. members attended, I Cincinnati I with S.T registered this morning. Demonstrations »nd discussions, Prt. 0 1.000 Carl Turillb .533. Con,nit Ryan, an ex-Giant and more recently an ex-Fed, slashed ; a luncheon and a panel discussion « two-run homer in the 11th in- : were scheduled, nini lo give his new Philadelphia ': -~ Phil pals a 5-3 victory over the New York Giants. SI. Louis was dumped from the unbeaten class by Pittsburgh's rookie-studded Pirates, 5-3. Three Cardinal errors and Peanuts Lowrey's tumble that ruined a promising rally helped lefty Joe Muir register his first big league win.! ; Ralph Kiner had three of the six j Pirate hits. Sun-Till Vrnitiin Hind' i nd Ducking Awnlnn Aluminum WlnB.wi ml DMr ·crvcns Ornamental lr*n 'Mentation* '·nnti, renen, Itnlrwayi GABE COOPER 1111 441 fa. LKII.I Kenny Ralfensberger, who always finds Chicago an easy mark, · LI out the Cubs with five hits for Cincinnati's 3-0 edge. Raffy's li.etime record against the Cubs 21-9. j Today brings the "second" openers when the clubs who were on the road Tuesday show their stuf before th« home fans. The Yanks bow at Yankee Stadium with Washington;- Cleveland, opens at home with Detroit; trie Browns bring Chicago home, with them and Boston at Philadelphia, St. Louis at Chicago and Cincinnati at i Pittsburgh. I Chicago 1 1 New York 1 1 Philadelphia 1 1 Pittsburgh 1 2 Boston 0 3 Thursday': Results Brooklyn 8, Boston 2. Philadelphia 5. New York inningt). Cincinnati 3. Chicago 0. Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 3. .667 .500 .500 .500 .500 .333 .000 h a y m n i r r r on Fred's jaw one dark i L. c ,P°' k e t l a Uru? split n-; wi Grocery nnd Firnujon's M"$ \, 3 ~' TM : " o v p r Modtrn Motors look from Mason's Cainp:i ' SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. Mobile 4 1 .800 Little Rock 3 1 .750 Chattanooga 4 2 .667 New Orleans 3 3 .51)0 Memphis _3 3 .500 Nashville 2 2 .500 Atlanta 1 4 .200 Birmingham I 5 .167 Thursday's Retults Little Rock 3, New Orleans I. Nashville 4, Atlanta 3. Mobile 8, Memphis 3. Chattanooga 15, Birmingham 7. Ihrce nm Grill xvl crsicli'oii's Drive-In nisdf e c ! sween over Slu.iii Furniture Co · other match found Proctor ' Po: Modern Mnltrs took team w i t h ,1 record 1.022-?.KT ; . nr ] BuckriM,!, nf Ferguson's oV?rj throng!! w i t h a scrips of (PS IIIvo? of Modern Motor-- h|--'. indlvitJiial s nole pame of 2;.? '-ffK«:r Stendln Kclley A r -i h i r h Rro c . Lumber Ca nosers. Ark Hohn Conrlmction Co Mcllrov Bank Dr. Pepper C A. Swrnson's Bnri Sons Rlckstfs DriiR.i rerguson's Cafeteria Modern Motors Cy Carney Appllnnces Sttlmo Furnlluie Co I Crclshlons Drive-In "" ! Fairway Store Mason's Campus Grill The Rf'.ter A g f n r y . Hone's Grocery Palace Drug Proclor Polnto Chins Coca-Cola Whilfleld Motor Cn .".'_' CITY-WIDE DAYS COMING SOON! HWA Ladit. Arkansjs We-lern Oas Comnjnv d felled Ihe Ic.gue Kirllng !,-P CJ Comoany 3-1 v:hi!. Mi-dnswi-el [Ian climbed higher In Urn r u n n e r 'ilion m a k : n - a c'e-n MVCOII o *on's reed an-l Hilchcj-.v. I.iciii, ·m;k three from Pas'eurlMri M i l k r *-P Gas Compinv 'TedcEwect DOTJ- Tyson'! Fe-d .-n-I I ' n l r h ^ r /rkan'.au Western Gas Ci 1 'rhlvlf r's ·Vmler-pn Coffev Co D nsleuri7rd Mi:k Co '" KWA Mm April Sports Card April 18--Arkansas golf team vs. Texas A. and M., at College station. Arkansas baseball team vs Tulsa, at Tulsa, Okla. Arkansas track team at Kansas Relays, Lawrence, Kan. April IB--Arkansas baseball team vs. Tulsa, at Tulsa. Okla. April 21--Arkaniss golf learn vs.. Texai, here. April 22--Arkansai spring practice basketball g i m e, al Field House, 01 8 p.m. April 23--Arkansas tennis team vs. NE Okla., al Tahle- (liiah. Okla. April 24--Arkansas b»»«bsll l*«m vs. Tulsn, here. April 25--ArkantBB baseball i»am vs. Tuhn, hers. Arkansas golf team TS. Okla. A. and M., her*. Arkansas track team at Drake R e l a y s , Des : Mninr.s. Iowa. V fi'- . April 28--Arkansas tonnh team VB. Drury. here. Arkansas golf team vs. T.C.U., at Fort Worth. April 2!)--Arkansas golf team vs. S.M.U., fit Dallss. April 30 -- Arkansas baseball team vs Omahf^U., at Omaha, Nebr. ·y ...^.. i,,- 4e"kln Cm 'ook a r ' n r i h r o 'r- Koff i r.: | Owls Dump Hog · ' " ! Golfers, 5'/2-'/2 "vVfl · '^^ e ^' re Ov.'ls, consiHerpfl » .·ti'i stronp r-r,ntftnrter for the conftr- f ^° ; enre golf t i t l e , dtimperl thft Arkan- w'TM ' c ;is link. 1 ; loam, 5\k to Vi in a mil | m.jtch at Houston. Texas, yester- ,,. ! r l n y . The lings move to College rK . St.'ition tnrl;iy fnr a match with " (rt Toxn? A. anM M. " n " j The if.-iilts: I Sinhall split with Clifford, of A straw ballot fnr s*!ectlon of the next president of tile United Apnlegate's drtiK store here May l-.l in eo- operation w i t h the Arkansas Pharmaceutifcal Association. Ballots may he picked up at the high school or at Applcgate'fi drug store during the first three days In May. Arkansas, J /4 tn ed Blllingsley, Silver defeat- Arkansas, 1-0; Wetzell defeated Gee, of Arkart- sas, 1-0; and Switzer defeated Raney. of Arkansas, 1-0. Stnball and Silver downed Clifford and J3illingsl«y, 1-0 and "Wetzcll and Switzer defeated Gee and Hancy, 1-0. BOWL TOR HEALTH Jim Benton Bowltnr ! sn«. AtJi. man was quirk tn u 1 ** · . { !i hut "hr did nnt pim-i'l" UK.- fist" to h;irk up )ih Said "(he SminK v j i f ·,.·!.-« country vns "a'mn; t r nr ····;! --riphl n f t r r Tnmirui h^r prtt"iri(*tM - -tn Ri!p:iftn M ·cnp.i of East Pnland and P n l i - h '«vi ti^n of Oertnany cnst of t l i * '. River. DcnJnd t h a t thp I I . S. w.i* "· at Potsdam In R f t Rtis.«ia i n i o wur a s n l n p t J n n a n . Byrm-p f : i i ' l ) The n » n u - i l he hoped ihc .lapnnppe wnUI F- r : ^i' 1 ·« ··''·'''·' ·' · ! rcndrr hrfor* K"r^ l a f n i ' d " M - M t s u - n r ' - . l · · i l l Icr thp war. FrpM'f-nl Trnm.-in. h n "'" ' r ^ ' i : ' ; said, "I"1 me to bHlevp JIP sh;ircd _ Moro I h a o :ni) my view." ! · : ' :: ·' ' Donlcd q u i t t i n g at p r r r p l n r y n f . ^ r : ' l ' y "^ * : ''f* staie bocau'sp nf ,inv crs;) ^'' t h : ! ' ' ' " ,, ' c n ' ( ' t v i i f : H * p:--- S t u d e n t Movement To Opon A n n u a l Conference I . ' t o n i g h t f" I tn thp president. HP f=-'t!'l hr brcausf 1 h n K i i f f " r ~ H from nilniPiil. Anrl ho Ffi'd lit: least l\vn yrars a'tr' 1 h f . · - · · . --. lion he .ind thp nrr.tlct?i:l remained | ,;",",' on cortiial term*. : .. , r j 11:1 ,i Rrrnrrt Madr 1'iililtr, ; a r y ;i In addition to -th" PnlMpr's nr- I Ml. S Help., Byrnes mudrr public a mr-fl- Ical record nf his heart r n m l l l i n n --dpsrribnd ap coronary s:'|rrori* ---nnd three? letters f m m r r r p i ' I ^ n t Truman tn him. drs'iinnd to rhm« thai, thp break hptwpcn t h r m did not romp u n t i l Rvnv 1 * npni^d f i r " on the prp^idpnl's riompslic policies !n 1D19- "The evidence nepms phin." ByrncF said, "that hn Ivcamr- n f - i fended w i t h mo not hfpnn«e o f ! anything 1 did nr did not dn white secretary of Bint* 1 , hti) liPrausr I opposed some of his dorm-Etic program. .. "He appear? dp("r'mfnnfl tn run- itfruct a record aRaii ont regard o f - I h c farts. -Bi-'t nnt even the president, .nf : thC.-.y.'jIiSfl. States has I h p right to fiUbslftmo pui'ilir ir, iir- if l;y f i r . N. ( ' . ' · i r i 1 i f St. -John'.-; ;i tn /.'* rnphi:;. mi It V r i - h* l 'ir Mi'thn?tj.:t Trim.," t»- i;:i5 anrl inmori'my at In tf 1 f l fM'icrh .··nn f ''!i- unirirrov/ at 4, p. nl. on An (Hitstnntlint; r.ivor--Juhs?'» Hum.'in Mt'.'H llrrnd lt-J!)-tf fiction for history. Time a f t e r time Byrnes--ntirn close friend and Spnatp nolteacup of the prpf;|fV?nt--denied state-, ments made by Truman in "Mr. j President." or nttrlbtited tn hi*n | In an r^'er bonk, ,Tnna*hnn DnnMs* "The Man of Independence." · T)T*sf slfttements added tip to an impression t h a t Byrnes, in Makes Shaving So Much Easier! Try It Today! Inn Cr**tn conlkitu LAtb»t- ·ting n«w 1 n 71 · dirt tit lh*l renl* cte*ni dryina on your whll-i you ihav«l S ' m ~***\}v W*Y--iho Cbitt W4y. »uy * IK! ·dually he* whl "UTMITffl IRUSHUK fndt Mark tar Lecithin, Cfiii Shaving Cream President Trumnn's vfpv/. wnsn't i firm enough with t h u H n s - j slans and wasn't keeping t h e ' CUfiRftKTEE: Full Saiiilaclion ·r your aonty hack. 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