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June 18, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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it 'nOtlllKIBI AMANfAf TIMR, fay*N*vMe. AifeWM WMiMtthy, Junt fl, !«J CHAINED TO PREVENT RUNAWAY j iil.t parcntn reportedly imotl to keep him from running away !n Camden N. J.. by padlocking them to his ankle. Hl fut.bcr, 68, and mother, i*re charged with neglect. Girl Drowns, Youngster Saves Mother, Sbfer : Little Hock-l/P)-Arkansas' violent death toll rose to nix /or the , week beginning Sunday midnight j with the drowning Tuesday of J Louise Cunningham, seven, In , Fort Smith. ' The girl was wading with her : wster, Ollie, near their home on i the b a n k nf the junction of the ' Potnau anri Arkansas Rivers in , Fort Smith, when thev stepped into water over their heads. A brother. Thomas Harvey Cunningham. 12, saw the imperiled Eirls snrl called to his mother, Mrs. Ellen Crabtree. Mrs. Crabtree jumper! into the water anri swam In Ihe Rirls. Shi! manager! to hold Ollie, nine, but said Lnui-e slipped from her grasp and sank. Meanwhile, Thomas Harvey pushed an inner tube to his molher, then jumped in ;md swam some 30 feet lo the floundering couple. He put Ollie on the tube and pushed her toward the shore. Then he grabbed his exhausted mother and broufiht her to the bank. Fort S m i t h police, and firemen recovered the girl's body about 911 feet downstream from where -she was last seen. Officers Take Burned Girl from Church To A Hospital Springfield, Mo.-OP) - Office; entered an o i a r k mountain church last night and, despite pro tests by the congregation, carried out a seriously burned Ifl-ytar old jrirl who had been held with' . out medical attention for 24 hours | The church members had »ou»hj · to heal her by prayer. The officers took Ruth Carder ! from the Free Pentecost Mission I Church at Mountain Grove, Mo. I and sent her to a Springfield hos- 1 pital in an ambulance. The girl was burned about the face, chest and shoulders by an oil stove explosion at her home in . R90DLE DANDY--Capt. -Gerry Colcmnn quickly Into fn« training routine after recall to active duty in the Marme Air Corps. The Yankee second baseman, a crack pilot in world war II. had never flown a jet plane, hoped Ihe instrument panel would be easier to figure out lhati big league pitching. (NEA) I Paragould, who shot herself with a shotgun Tuesday morning. A Coroner's Jury ruled the death » suicide. An oul-of-state accident took the l i f e of a Wllliford (Sharp County) pipeline worker. Robert L. Morris, 25, was crushed to death yesterday at Elwood. Ind., when he was caught between a tractor and truck on a g»t pipeline right-of-way. Mountain Grove Monday night. Her widowed mother, Mrs. Cora' Carder, iook her to the church. About 100 worshipers started a non-stop efofrt to heal her by prayer as the lay on a cot b e h i n d , the pulpit, Sheriff Jim Baker reported. A physician entered the church yesterday morning, but was not allowed to treat her. County Prosecutor Garner Moody, who went with Biker and two other officers get the girl, said: "When we sot in and saw her yinj on that cot the sisht of her made me sick." He said she had been given no medical aid whatever. The officers said the church members were "in an awful state f hysteria--screaming and shout- ng." Hospital attendants reported the girl was resting comfortably to- ay, but probably would have to tay in the hospital several weeks. The prosecutor said he did not Ian to file charges. FIXING HER'CROWN - The Statue of Freedom, atop the U. S. Capitol in Washington, will hive her crown touched up. Steeplejack .lack Mathis is about to remove platinum lighting arrestori from the crown tor reflating;. ; Bulldpg Swim ; Team S t a r t s I . Working Out Workouts liavo stalled In n lummer-long preparation by the fiyetlevjle High School swimming teem (or its competition in the ftate meet at Llllle Rock, August The Bulldog swimmers mndf: their flr»t entry In this field of ·liileticp last ypar owl bnrcly lost out in the team chnmpionship d l - , 'vision. Back Ihls vrnr arc mo.st of i can M i l l in Ihe Inurnry. wns 2 u j Ihe members of la«l waynn's at Ihe end of nine holrs but Ihe ·quad, and hoprs arc high t h n l m a t c h was square a f t e r Ihe I f l l h Ihe 'Dops can win the Class A ! w;ls P^O'ed. On the firs! extra trophy Ihls Augii.it. nnl * Miss M u r r a y got a pnr f n u r Bill Brooks, Fayi'llrville University student, fi acting as coach ·nd has his loam working on con 1 - ditionlnc two or Ihree limns a Week. Amour; the members of the team back tor n fiprond time are Billy Hudson, Joe Whitely, Ron- Mae Murray Still In British Meet Bell's Grand-Slam Troon, Scotia nrM/l 1 )-Mae M u r ray nf Rutland, Va., jrnlned the semi-final round of the British Womnn's Cnlf Tourney today with a I up victory over J r a n llisRood, Uinrtnn lawyer H nd Knjjflish chrimp. Thn Vormriil miss w i l l ;)lay FnmccK Stephens of England, "hi": nflrrnomi. Miss M u r r a y , I IIP ;:·;];,· itd Hawkins and Jon Larry Slnrr Doug Douglas It a recent addition .- to the (quad. j All high school fituclcnui eligible for intortcholanlic competltlo »re eligible for membership o. this team and anyone Interested ·hould contact Coach Brooks. The Bulldogs sent, a strong girl* team to the state meet last year, hut so Sir no girls have annmmced thnlr intentions of competing this teason. If any girls nr? Interested, . however, nlnn , he made to , enter them in the state meet, Collegians Drub VA Hospital Nine, 23-8 while Miss Blsgood nerdod five. How They Stand H The Ammlatel Preit NATIONAL LEAGUE · W I, PC. Brooklyn 38 15 .717 New York 34 ID Ml Chicago S4 22 .507 St. Louis . 29 30 .41)2 Cincinnati . ._ js 30 .4515 Philadelphia ,, .. . 23 31 .42(1 Boston J3 31 ..|2d Pittsburgh . . 10 44 .2(17 Tamil? Rraulh Philadelphia 2-0, St. I.ouis 1-4. Boston fl, Cincinnati 1 (2nd same postponed rain I. Pittsburgh ft, New York 2, Brooklyn 9, Chicago 1. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York .... 31 if) 23 25 20 20 2fl 31 37 Pel. .OT .58! .501 .527 .4911 .4.18 .440 .315 T-U t . . Philadelphia The L o u i s i a n a O.lloginns! St. Louis { d r u b b e d tin- VA Ho s - Detroit j p i t a l , 23-8, yesterday afternoon Tursday Rrnulln R f t h irr n1 C " mr Of """ Clly i chir »K n »-2. P h i l a t l p l p h l n 1-1. jBoftbull League season. The Col- | Washington 4. Cleveland 3 ileglans showed power in e n l l e e t - i S t . Louis 3, Boston 1 ! VA . Ti" d , Wnr '' " ld '' d hy I 0 Dctroil '· Nnv Vork M M i n n i n g s ) ' VA errors. The Insprs made- eight J hits. j The Institute nf Science nnd Technology plays Arkansas West- I «rn Gas Company this afternoon i at about 5 o'clock. [ Major league Leaden By Thn Auoclttfd Pr.n NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTINC-Munlal, St. Louis. ^30; Lockman. New York, and . Robinson, Brooklyn. .327. H U N S - - Lor-kman. New York 45; Robmron. Brooklyn. 41- Williams. New York 3!) RUNS BATTFin IN-R.-i,,,-,. chi- rapo. 51; Thomson. Nr.«- York 40: Campancll.1, Brooklyn, 42. ' i HITS -- Saner, Chirac". 70-1 P r a i t e U Adams. Cmcinnali, anri l.ockman i Tonlitown Vew Vork. (iB. ' | Henlonvlll iflins. NMV York, | r" SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pel. vow Orleans .. , _ . 4 0 27 .597 Mobile 3!) 29 ,M7 Chnttanooea _ 35 30 .,13R 'Na.ih.vlHe 32 32 .500 Atlanta 31 Little Rnrk ?.P. i ' l i r m i n s h a m 2S Memphis . .. ..2-1 Tuesday Meiulta Nashville 0, A l l a n t a 3 Blrmln.nham 13, Chailaoooca 7 New Orleans R Llitlo Memphis 12 Mobile 7 .492 .407 .441 .375 -Tlmnwon. New York J: Jethroe. Bo:on. ard Ennis 'hlladelphw 5. HOMK RUNK-Snurr. Chiclitt.! 3: Wftstrum. NV\v Ym-k. 12 ·lodgef. Brooklyn, n t u l K i n e r l i ' i l l f b u i p h . 11 I STOLKN BASES-Rerse. Zr- .tethroe, Boston, and Rohm- on, Brooklyn, fi PITCHING-- Hop, n r o u k h l , s.n I Jr*rn. New York, fi.|; F.rs'kine' i Sroofclvn. 5.1 AMERICAN LEAGUE | BATTING-- DiMaiicm. Hn,Tnn i '32; Rtwpn, Clevrland .330 K"ll Icoton. .325. RUNS -- A v l l a , Cleveland 39 : )iMaRgio. no«ton. nnd Rnyen' .'levelanrl, 35. HI.TNS HATTED IN' - . . 'lewland, 38; Drn fele, Chfcflj[o, ind, 3.1. HITS-- Simpson. n»vIanri. 71- 'OK, Chicago, 70; Robliijon, Chiago, 67. DOUBLES-- Prlddy, Detroit, 10; i oblnson. Chicago, 14. TRIPLES -- Simpson, Cleveland ; Carranque), Chlcaso. M u l l l n , Hrtrolt, nnd Rivera, Dclsing and I 'nung, St. Louis, 4. HOME RUNS -- Drnjin anil 'ertz, Detroit, ond Rouen, Cleve! ind. 11. I STOLEN BASES-- rlliwiot, New ' nrk, 10; Avila, Cleveland, and . tk), Philadelphia, 7. FITCHING-- th»ni«, Phil«del- lit, 11.1; C»rci». Cleveland. fl-.V, (·chl and MM, Now York, 1-1. rnnn. Detrm;. 37; | and Dobv Clpvc- ' «X Moleri of World. Fomoui Zcn/lli Kodioi f onrf Tefevlifoit Sell TOP QUMin . . . 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