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July 12, 1952

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Omar Lee Bogon Reaches Finals Of Public Links Tourney (Cdllar'i n»le: Omrr I.e* Bonn, who pl«y» In the finili of the Nitlanil Public Links O«lf · Tonrntnent today. In a former Firettevllle resident and is a brother of Wayne and Kills Ito- Cin, · Elm Springs. Omrr I rr ' won the Twin-City Invil-Uinnrl tflunitnrnt at Rncfrs last summer, defeating brother Wayne in tke finals.) Miami - IJF\ - Omcr I.oe "Pciu" Bogan. former Favetteville, Ark., ihotmaker who nnw makes his aomt In South Gate. Calif., and , Sob Schorer, Decatur. 111., labor* r who is heading for lional golfinj! career, were so! in iquare-off today for one of the intion's ton golfing prizes--the National Puhlic Li,it; Champien- ihin. Ransom, Snead Boys Club All-Stars Rip Fort Smith, 16-4 Top Field In Sf, Paul Open st Paul. Minn.-UP)-St. Paul's Keller Golf Course-6.577 yards pr.i'es- : long from the back tees and rated par 72--is a public golf course built for the ordinary golfer. Vi?itinjj pros competing in (he 515.000 St. Paul Open G o l f To-irnament over the course are proving again that they play nt* The t'ayetlcville linys Chili M i d - | cnnic;:, get I.easue A l l - S t a r s kept up t h e i r ! on the \ booming batting a t t a c k y e s l r r d a y ! l l a m l in defcatinR a strong Foil S m i t h three tfi tram. 1(5-4. The Mi-Stars tr : m- t i n s , ni m f d Van Buren earlier in the week, 1H-2. George A l e x a n d e r did the pi:ching for Ihe local n i n e and v:as in char;re throu"hc,ij[ the same. l i p had a t h r e e - h i t t e r tn his cre-Iit at Ihe end of the sr-von-inninp; h , l i t e r ? si;':kliin o u t ay, finlian:ui i:ct throp fnr continue h i * mini 1 ;: h a t l i i i E . nnd .It-hn Stceie. f ' n y r t ! " v i l l c f i r ? ! h ' i p e m n n . had n s.nnlc. a t r i p l e a.Td a ho:ne run in fp.'r 1 t r i p s to the plate.. I ' n b y T*ln--:--;-. H i m n u t i v e --^nr'ctnp tnr I h e A M - Ptarr. rot t h e lo-al n i n e o f f cm li'e r . ^ n t f o r t w i t h a r.p^ ; :r: hor-- 1 run over I h e le.'t f i e l d e r ' s bond in t h e fiiM i ' t n i n c . P. i: Minim;* n m m n t r d fnr Ihr ' (niJl; of th? F a y r t l p v i l l r The All-StfU's senreri four runs in the t h i r l fr.imr. =iv in thf f o u r t h a n d - f i\-e in !h« s i x t h . !.?· · ;tri(l liar-, -and V.T f Ihe v i s i t i n g · P i i n i r n v i i h 1 .»r t a k i n g the most ;i:ir^e ,-inrt the \r\^y. The l i n e * core: Tort s-.uih n i n (Mr; (i . 4 K a y r p t e v i l l o 10-1 fiO.'i ; !S i Red Sox Beat Tigers Twice, 16-6, , Both players advirced into Ihr j linals with relativrly easy vir- : :ori?5 yesterday. Sowfr srabhr?'! i ,. l 10 nnH 8 win yest.rdav ovrr Ordlnar 5' « ame ' . Tohn Halin. a Spokar.p, itudent. Bojan adv-npcrd payoff round with svdr Bob Kruz, a Mis'ii airlines pilot. Srherer had hi?H the spotl!«iit [n the tournament since upseilinw Dave Stanley, the defending rhamoion, two days P.'-:n. Bocan 3 complete unknown, a t f r a r t e r l lii- tle attention yestpr:!?v The two battle i out nver (he SB-hole route today. \ri'h fan-.f and fortune at the end of the trail tor the winner. Br?ston-Wi-The Borlon Rod Snx *used their big bats in the first fiame and depended on the stronc At the end of two days of firins. TM of Mel Parnell in the n i s h t - inlo the 47 pros and two amateurs boasted " p V«t"day to sweep ? doubh - . , . ! , . ^ , . , , i header from the Detroit Tigers, s and 4 win | 36-hole totals that were under jj.g a n d 5 _ j par. Two players--Henry Ransom, The Bowx jumped on Ihr St. Andrews, 111., and Al Bes- j Tigers w i t h a I S - h i t a l t i c k in the selink, Escondido, Calif.--shot 64s ] first jrame i n c l u d i n g four h ' i n e on opening day. On the second j runs. Parnell came on in 'he sec- day, five players shot 66s. · onri t i l t to give the Bengals four Heading the field as the 77 low -^altered hit?. It was the first scorers tee off for today's third l l m e tne Tigers have lost since IB-hole round is Ransom. He I Fr eddie Hulchinson took over as counted a 66 yesterday for a 36- '' manager, hole total of 130--14 under nar. Vern Stephens Second w i t h 6G-66--132 is Sam Snead, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., and third is Cary Middlccoff, Memphis, Tenn., with 65-68--133. But not all name golfers are Bogan's match yesterday was » I lisht one for 18 holes with Kruz ' yielding only a single hole for t h a t ! Jistance. On the second round he j iddert two more holes for a three- I up edge 1st the end of 27 and at- | Ser taking the 28th and Z9th holes ' bur!:ls . s: . OQting sixes on two ron . MS five un with seven to go. He , secutive hole ,, he broke , wn clubs Ihen played it safe until the match ; a n d w?11[Bri off the course j n djs . was over. sus| i In fourth place is Ted Kroll. New Hartford, Conn., with (15-69 --134. Four are tied at 135. They , are Bessclink'. who soared to 71 I from his opening 64; Johnny Palmer. Baden, N. L., 67-68; Roberto de Vicenzo, Buenos Aires, drove in four rurs in I'-e first l i l t ivith a p a i r of homers. Ex-Tiger Hoot F.vers ronnec'.cd for a. grand-slam hom- and rookie Red Sox f l i n g e r Ersriowski hammered one Dick pjpjVilr*^ ^^^^^ ^pi^ 1 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayoltivilfe, Arkanui,. Selurday, July 12, 1952 finding the course easy. Tommy i "*%,,!** i, enc . e in his °} vn , b , oha1 ': \ A slender and careful shotmak- fr, Bogan Icamed his steady game at his home in Fayeltcville. He started out as a caddy and has - been playing golf most of his life. He claims lo come from a "soiling family." iribisting that he has two brothers back home t h a t are even better at the came. Phils Cool Off Cardinals, i*-? 69-fiG; and Ralph Blomquist, : Rock, Calif.. G7-6«. I Defending Champion L l o y d Mansrum, Chicago, and Milon ; Marusic Herkimer. N. Y.. are tied j at 137. Mangrum had a 67 yesttr- I Billy Gootlman collected six : eluding a triple, v.-hich bonded his season averaje !o ,34fl. Ted G r a y ' was the victim in the first ^ame , and Virgil Trucks look the second game defeat. , The line score: i Detroit . _ . i : n noo 024-- fi 13 -2- i Boslon 003 n.M 40x--Ifi n 2 ' i Gray (LP). S t u a r t and Gim- l:erj; Brodowski (M'Pj and White, Niarhof. . e eeond C«me Detroit _ . nno 3nn nnn--3 4 i Fo?:on mi nn oix--i 12 i Trucks I L P ) , Whi'e and Sv.'ift; Parnell ( W F ) and Wilbcr. Byrne Beals Yanks, y, To Halt Brownie Losing Streak At Nine St. T,ouis-W)-The St. Louis Cardinals' 10-ijaine winning streak went .up in smoke around home , plate la-t night as the Philadelphia Phillies gained a 4-3 victory in 10 innings. I The C-,rds collected 14 hits and I , five walks off the delivery o f ! Eobin Roberts, but were unable to j ?Jt across the plate. Thre- times ; during the CLsme potential runs ' and big 'nnincs were cut down by · spectacular f i e l d i n a on the,part of i center fiekicr R if hie A s h h u r n . w h o | relayed t'.-.e ball in for nuts at the ' plate. The Cards almost pulled the D . 7~7T A Dodgers Win On Pirates Hand . . . / r Maglie Fifth IUD ElTOn. 0-5 Loss, 6 To 2 Pitlsburgh-(/P)-Rookle Shortstop Dick Groat rapped out two singles i lords to drive in thrae runs a n d veteran j \-ictn I Chicaso-Wl-The Brooklyn Dnd- I ?crs, \vith a helping h a n d from Ihe Chicago Cubs, stretched tiieir I | oa d to five and a half sarnes ves- b y squeezing out a ' 6-5 over ,,,, s .- a ,, Pr . nrmcd I New York -i/P)- L o f t y Tnnvny ' t Bvrnt 1 snapped a ninc-^amo los' inp s'reak fnr the St. Louis: Brnv.-ns yesterday a? \~s pitched Ihf Brownies to n (i-.l v i c t o r y ovrr I the New York Yankees, Byrne, an ' r x - Y n n k , 1 i m i t e rl t h e H r r » n \ . Bnin'-iers 1i s?vrn h i t s n p i c k i n g ! up his f i r M "'in sincr M;iy i W i l d - m H n I'ynie. \vhnse con'.rn 1 i ii. c ual3y RLV'Ts h i m rnnve Irnnlilr* th?n ihe oppnsinr; hitlers, v.-;i1k?d ' o n l y ihree a n d p-n-e i p Imt (»no rarncri run. .Inn nptrov/ski, in relief of H i l t Miller, was' InucliO'i fnr t h r e e pinT'cs nnd n dnnblr In the y**v?ntii as Ihe nro'vns n ; l n - ereri f n u r runs. Ostrn\vski wns the loser, lirsl of the ponson. i The line Et-nro: ' St. l.nnis .. Hf)f) i n n -nn--fi in 1 New York Cfll m i 1 1 0 -- 3 7 1 R.vrnp l \VP) and Court n ^ y ; M i l l e r , Osirrm'pki ( L P ) , I f n ^ u c . MrHonalri and Rerrn. G-2 win over the second- New York Giants, victory give the Hues a of their two-game series w i t h Ihe Durochermen, who dropped t h e i r sixth game in the last Graves Bomb sweep game out of the fire in the last o; | eight starlf. ' the n i n t h when a double and two i L i t t l e Murray nickson went th intsntional walks filled the bases ' ·with two out. However. Hoberts forced Sislcr to fly out to end the threat. The Phils sot the w i n n i n s run ' when Gran Hamnrr and Willie '·· Jones came up with singles in Ihcv I C i h . With Hamncr on t h i r d Stan Looata drove the ball to deep left i field allowing the run to score' after the catch. in the e i g h t h almost r a u n h ! Ihr Ivnh-flying Codacis. hut not q u i t e . The Dodgers managed only three eirnrtl runs wilh Ihrce r n m i n e as a result of w i l d throws and a footed grounder. Duke Snider hit a home run for the Bums in the seror- 1 . The l i n e scoiv: win. He has lost 13. Sal Maslic Bm)lil 'n ..121 n i n 100--6 7 0 who has lost his touch as tar as j c h "tfn onn ?m 030--5 .9 5 v.inning is c o n c e r n e d , war : ^ n h i n e (\ | r pl, K r p k i n e and Cam- s t n n S n o h n distance tor the Pirates, scalier- ing 10 hits, n pick up his sixth charged with his fifth loss of ihe year. The line score: -Vew York 010 000 1CO--2 1" 0 Pittsburgh 002 001 12x- -fi 1 1 I Maglie (LP), Ko?lo and Yvars; panella; namsdell (LP), 1 own, Leonard and Atwcll. Al Srazle, the. t h i r d Card p i t c h - er, was the loser. W i l m e r Miz«ll ft-'irtcd. I Dickson ( W P ) and Garasiola. 30WL FOR HEALTH 1 f i m Renton Hnwlinc ! inert A d * British Open Golf Tifie To Locke ! C i n c i n n n l i -i/I'l- The H i : Br-ives K""ked W a r r r n I \v'ith Ifi hi'.s nnd some d e t r r m i n e d . b n s e - r u n n i M r . \ i c?tcr,' t ay tn ch.'iik i up. n f!-l win o\'er t h e C i n e j p n n t i Redlc*:,". fipnhn yicldTi s-ven hi:.^. doub'e n n d home r u n i . t fl'/e trips | to pirn t h e Tribe n t t n i ' k . Th" l i n e Score: no.-Uo'i 110 O'.O Cincinnati . . 000 1100 Spahn ( W P | nnd Co nicier ( t , P ) . Podiieb Rosr-i. Ninth Inning Home Runs Give Indians Win Over A's, 8-7 Phil;Klrl;ihiiM/lVN'inth i n n l n y ho:iM' run-; by Al Rn^rn nnri Larry Pn'v p." 1 r I h p Clc\'f^!nnri I n d i a n s nn 8-7 i n u n i p h n\-pi' lht» P h i l a H H ph';i A ' t i l r l i ^ s last n i t h t . Ferris K.-irn. (i: r t A's 5 l a r fir:«l baseman, r x l r n r l r r l his h i t t i n g streak to 23 c n n v r r n t i v p pnm 1 ^^. Th" vintiT wa«s M i k f Harriii \vhn \vorkH only tv/n fr?mps. His t - o r r l is no'.,- ]2-(i. Bnb feller -l-T'trcl r n H v/t-.s Ihe v i r l i m of a sr\Tn-r',i:i iliirci^. Lou Bri.«- :;i(* '· nr'rcl t h p middle part of the Uii'n" Carl Sc^cit) 1 in relief, WHS tlr- Insrr. 'I'lT 1 - liiir svorp; c:icvol«uul .. 400 0 0 1 - 0 1 2 -- 8 12 1 Phil.-:dcJ|ihia 007 000 000--7 10 2 K -H 7 202 FclJer. Brissie. CJraria (\\T) und Toinn; Bvrd. Schcib (LP) and A s t r n t h . 'Figured He Had S a f e P l a c e To Keep His Tooth W'rhila. Kan -tAVl.itllt* l*nnarrl Nifrirns pullrri onr nf hi* hahy i-'-i.i and hid il jn his ffir. Mir old- **r hrnlh'T I" 1 ' 1 b'- m^' ;i t it. She Joaited tht 1ooth hut rnulrtn't extract il. A snnrfiiHM at * hospital f i n n l - lv pulled th» tnnth from iht» s\x~ \ r - ; " - n ' ' bnv'.T «nir vt*sfrrri;iy Then Lrnnarri explained f v r r v - j t h i n e - * : "I put it in my r n r In savp it; I liked t h a t tooth." . . -- i Eight Persons Killed In Highway Accident Yaklm... Wa.-h..-MVF,iJhl p-- sci^s. ii.x of them members nt one Sfli.h, \V«sh.. fanv:.-. c:.ed IP t h e f l a m i n n erash n[ ,1 casolint-ladcii truck r.nd t r a i l e i rir. *»d two nud,.-mi' ilts just ncu-'h of h-(f yesterday. Tht dead Included I.or .Johnson of Sflah. the driver nf nnc r»r. and f i v r ol his six i-hildron. The sixth child and Mrs .lohnsop were in critical condition Iroir burns and injuries. · -McCloy Tells Germins United Nation Ahead Bcrlin-i/Pi-U. S. High C o m m f s - , sioner John J. McCloy promised j an* l i v i n g in the Soviet oc-1 Gerrr cupation 7one last night thsl some d«v thry would be united peace-1 f u l l v w i t h the rwt of Germany ; · nd F.urope. j The reliring U .R. oecupalion' 1 Easfvold Makes Impression At GOP Convention Political Unknown Wins Notice W th TV Appearance C'h ir .130-(/I*)-Out nf Pflrb H*11 m i n i p o l i t i c a l r o n v f n ' i n n * i*»r * i i M i n l l y emorcf* al !f=is: one frrr.n nrw u r r s n n a l i t y . Th* R c n . j h i i c a n r n n v r n t i o n j u s t ended "/as nn f x - rcption. Thr prop IP'i choir p fnr 19r2 -- olhrr t . i n n the r a n d i d a t r : ; .'.pfnis tn bf a t a l l . jUi'nr.y y o u n E l a w y r r from Taromit. W«tsh., nainrd Donald W. Eflpivn'd. a parkin's con. A poli!iral imkno'.vn exrept lo 'he hnmp folk?. F.arU n!d 31 t h p HR nf .12 siepprd ini-i the l i m e l i g h t t h i s \vrck as one nf ;hr promising young mm amnvi G e n Dwiplit n. K i s r n h - r T r, the (if.)!' n o m i n e e . Tflrv!:: on SITCCM? ;;;iv'" fi rojis!-'o-- n;ii! .·nul.mcr a r V o f - u p view u( the (Kirk. .:' .cm, \(,v-nr; man v/iu) M i r r e i M u l h lc 1 the l : i t Irr c o n v e n t i o n floor f gh'. !-i scat !hf* cnnleslrrl Ki.irnhrr.vfi cielrCa- tion f r o m O r n r g i a . A. a remit, h u : i ; l r c r l s nf InJo- firams h a \ p p n u r r l in nn ' ' n M v r v ' l from peiipie v/ho sp?m?d to I j l t r w h a t they wv. It r n i i c h t I".;i*lvn|r| by co'iin|p;e surprise. "I'm sirrpi.v amazed,'' hr r f i i d . The reaction hap rnuscH vcleran p^olitiros to Riv$ t h i s y o i i n « j lawyrr out of the Pacific North'.vesl i seronri Inok. Eisfnhevrr s:i,ilf';i-;t". h'^ - I YOU BE THE JUDGE This is a time for the voters of our County to be looking Qt the qualifications of men seeking public office. An Important guide in this duty is the examination of a candidate's record of service. His record alone does not qualify him but it dees reflect his capabilities, experience, efficiency, hones'y and faithfulness to duty. Here i» e summary of the record made by your Circuit Clerk and Ex-Officio Recorder's office since January 1, 1945, under the administration of Richard Green Chattel Mortgaqes Filed 41,238 Deeds and Mortgages Recorded 39,940 Soldiers and Sailors Discharge Papers Recorded 5,120 Chancery, Civil and Criminal Cases 4,640 Gross Income Fees to County $114,070.36' Total Operating Expenses 63,005.59* Ntt Income to County General and County Officials Fundi 51,064.77 ·From the A u d i t Reports of the State Auditorial Department which each year reported "The Clerk's fee records and accounts were found to be in good condition." Figures and comments do not reflect all of the record of thij office. There is the installation of modern methods of recording, filing and preserving the records and the use of efficient business practices and accounting systems which has been effected under the administration of Richard Greer. All of this has been done out of the revenues of this office without one penny from the Tox Revenues of the County with $51,064.77 net income added to tht County General and County Officials funds. Tht office of Circuit Clerk and Recorder is a public office, if It on office of record, it is YOUR office. If there is any question yeu have in regard lo it or my cdministrotion of .H you qre invited and urgtd to come and set for yourself. YOU BE THE JUDGE RICHARD GREER For County Judge Tnte ill paid fnr hy Rlrhnrtl Orm, !*«,?··!*«Hie. Ark.. Junior Legion To Play Muskogee Hcr3 S Senators Nip White Sox In : 10th, 2 to 1 W;ishin^ton - l/P.i-Kddie Yost's j x i n p l p w i t h ono nut in t h e i n t h i n n m t f sr-nt H a l K ^ l l r r scooting j ,-irroRs the i l a t e w i t h Ihe w i n n i n g j run and fia\e the Washington Senalors t h e i r first home victory f f the year over t h e Chicago W h i t e Sox, 2-1. Spec Shea wcnl i o n riiptancc fnr the winners In recording his f i f t h s t m i g h t vie- chief, sprflkinc over t h r A m p r i c a n radio s t a t i o n RIAS. urRod the Ited-dommated E»5t German' to rcsirt Communist prf.cstjron nnd threat r. The Sovitt dicialorahin over foreign peoples would, like Hillfr'g rome lo nn end, MrClov declared. President Gets Rtidy Inauguration Program W«sbin|ton-(/TVPresldent Trum a n has completed the legil for- n i n l i l i e i for Ihe inauguration of the next president. Truman, who Insists he will not run m?ain, signed three congressional resolutions t h a t will allow the InrniKu- ·ption Committee to start preparing for th? January 2(1 event. One pcrmils the use of government-owned l a - 1 lor jr»ndsl«nds and allow? the Defense Department to loin fla^s and other equipment to the committee. Another appropriates US,100 for precautions to m a i n t a i n order durinf the ceremonies. A t h i r d permfts the use of government buildings to house participating troops. Keys Lost To Jail, Which Has Customer M n u l t r l f . G».-on-Polire Sit ,lf*se Hunter has lor! tbe kevs to the city Jail. "And «·· c a n ' t open the jail until we find those keys," h« t»ld. Anybody in Ihe jail? "Yep. one." replied Hunter. "He's sot a headaeh. -- and jo have I." ever, alrea'l}- bar! tabled him as a tough man !:i a c n n v e n l i a i :.r- ip. They chose him e.irly to h a t t l n for Ihe dclexales In the con\'ention j Credentials C o n m l t ' e e a f t e r ! w a t c h i n ? him since a s i m i l a r (isht GOP r o n v r n t : o n . They rhive h i m asaln for the big floor f t K h t . R i g h t no v E'lfilvnlrl's a m b i t i o n is to he a t t o r n e y general of his Hate, a job h? is seeking in the November elections, l i e is now m lh$ Washington state Sennte, to which he was elected two years ·go--hlg first p o l i t i c a l job. Personal* .tlld(f nnd Mrs. C'lrm McClel- liind and Ihrre r h i l d r ? n , Micky, A n n , nnd K i r k , are here from Houslon. Texas, visitini »t the home of his parerit.', Mr. and Mrs. C. K. McClelland, tnd his brother, ,1. F:. McClelland, iind f a m i l y . I Mr. and Mrs. l l a s k e l l t l t l p y nnd i son. Tommy, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Thad Rowden, , l r . nhrt d a u g h t e r , I.inda. are spending tht weekend I In Fort Smith, with Mr. «nd Mri. Sim McCartney. Drilh T»ll MnuRI* Tokyo-(/Pi-The death heavy rainslorms lh«l Cipt. Wsyne W. Condon, who was assigned for many yefrs to Ihe noTC department it the University, has recently been assigned to A.U.S.A.F. Medical Insta'lla- llon In England ('apt. and Mrs. Condon now reside In Cambridge, England. Births n!t '" j Mi. And Kin. Nalind Bill Western Japan yesterday moun^ \ .,.^n.^n±ceT'b.^'of" loday tnd ·""--"'-- - - to 75 porteu 84 per ililhnrl"es were missing. St. Anne's On Sea. Enelanri-i/l'i- Hi.e Bobby Lor-kn of SolKh A f r i ca burst from behind in the fip;il i The K a v e t l e v i l ' e A m c r i f . i n I.e- rotmd today to win his third Brit- '· p'on ,hm:or ha'ehall l--im w i l l play i lnr . v and his eighth of Ihe cam- ish Open golf rhampinnship. I MusUocoe at t h e ".'n^ii'ur'nn ; P"i""C n u n ' y 1'iir Gi-ornd"-. r.irvl.iy n f l : l l n n y Dori^h \v*s t h p \-ictim nrno'm at 2."rt, C' 1 ;^',! !,':r, y Fur- of Yost's g a m n - w i n n i n a hhw. In r!s annninceri t h ; s n-irninx. The » relief aopearance, he suffered public is invi'.fd lo a t l r n d . How They Stand NATIONAL LEAQ'UE w ;, Locke turned in n 73 payoff rounrt of I B holes. This ca\v him an a^grep.ate score "f 287 for the crucial 72 holes, t w o strokes heller than for I r i s h m a n Fred Daly. Peter Thompson, Ant - '· t r a l i a . was second nt 238. Keep up with ihr limes--read "tie TIMRS dall.T. Brooklyn . New York St. t.ouis . . Chicago Philadelphia Cincinnati Boston Pittsburgh S2 47 43 3) .11 23 Official Welcome Slated For U.S. Olympic Forces his first defeat of the year against fr. r win?. The l i n e Sfore:. c h i m s i p nun i n n non n -- i B n -,- -W a s h i n g t o n nil) Ono nnn 1--2 7 (I ' Pll "aurgb (I New York 2 Ilobson, Kennedy, norish I I . P i I "/ooklyn I Chicago 5 n n i l L.jllar; Shea ( U P ) anrt Kell- ! Boston « Cincinnati I Pt-t. .703 .»27 ..173 .M4 .46K .430 .387 .28( »on, .Inly I I , nt the City Hospital Mr. An* M». Elmet Pptktr Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Parker of Elklns announce the birth of a diughtrr, July 11, »t the City Hoepltal. On The Radio Obituary Paul K. Carter Fun"; *I -'"r I"P fnr Paul K. (···MIT. "i. .1 fn-.h'n*, O k l a . w-1-;.':. . i !· · 'M(1ur!«d a'. 2:JO P . - i i , Mo"- ' i ' t h e MrCord Comn - - i n i ! v "'··'·· h- th? Pev. Burl l)'i-|'l of, Okla. Burial ·.-.·.11 hf in .h« / i r O i r - l r-met»ry un''-r t n " H i r n r t l n n of Moore's · Fur.rril f'njp-1. Thp ..on nf f',ft,r^« and Mar'ha f ' . i r t r r . h» war. horn at Durham, t - t i . M. 1012 lif i- - - j r ' iv^l by hi* 'A-|f(». Rerni-r 1 of {"i;-;r.m,T. hi^ parents of C!;..hin *. a · 'in, .f^rn^ Rober'. of t'nlorido, ^ fl.vjdh'.T. V i r g i n i a of C!owe';i. n x l n . :rr*e brothers. Hil?s of S i r a X w a . OkU.. Mark ani n^nr^". hoth nt f:mhms: six ?i.*- tcr-. Mr-. I.iirv West of Pittsburg, C a l i f . Mrs. I.vdia Malon- of n r u m r i - h i . OVrl.i. Mrs MlWr«4 H^ill nf K:.-"-i-vill». Mrj. Golda l.oni; 'if |.r,= Angrli-. Mr;. Molli* B r u r e , j f r"ayefteviHe, ind Mri. Rtisie Sheets of Calif. Floyrl Carl. ,!r. of the TIMES, le't t h i ^ r f o r . i ' n ^ for Mann* 1 t r ^ i n Inu at T a m p L^juene, N. C. H* ex- prrlr. to r r t u r n In two weeks. KORH , KATIJHDAV EVEMKO ' (:00 l^jmbardj on the Air «::.1 Starlight Time i «:30 News ' 6:45 Ozark Sports Review : 7 ni Twenty Quettloni 7.30 Dance Orch. I fl:0d Cherry Political Talkathon ! 8:30 Cherry Political Talkathon 9.0(1 Chicago Theatre of the Air 1 I):30 Chirnfco Theatre of the Air 10:nn News in:I. r ! Danre Oreh. · 1(1:311 Danre Orch. : 10:55 News I1:(M1 Dance Orch. 11:30 Sign Off KlINDAT MOIfONO 7:00 Freedom Story 7:30 Music (or Sundty l:IXi Church of ChrlM «:.'!0 K«yettrville Riptlit A ML 11:45 Centra! Baptiit Church ·fln Naznrrne Chmc 1 9:18 Mucle for Sunday 9:30 Central Christian Chuch I«:W Sacred Hwrt Prtajraii 10:IS TIMES Momlng Ntwf Kdltlon 10:30 Voice o( Prophecy 11:00 Fint Biptlit Church ·GNBAt 11:04 New« with Vand«vcnt«.- 13:11 Piinn Portnltj 1240 Show Tlpi and Show TvoMi 1:00 BASEBALL New York Glanti V«. Clnrinnatl RWIi .1:00 Oreen Hornet 3:30 Under Arrest 4:00 The Shadow 4:SO True Detective Mysteriei J:00 Sunday Down South S:30 Nick Carter 5:5S Cecil Drown J.--P t i . e Stars nnrl Stnrrs lo'ipv nvrr t i ^ r h u s t l i n g Amoriran Olympi' 1 v i l la SP nf Kaensylap whoro Uncle Sam is flirHinc for pnvnpp his greatest bid of t h rse a n n r n t .lames. A I 2 - r r i n i i t r . s".-iftly parrrl rr-rp- rn^nv at I h p C " ' f « hrra'f!' In Uir wnrld t h a t A n j ^ r i c a i - n n w i t h nearly 3."0 a t h l ^ ^ P F ryos nn s (1 orrj; of E'iH W f i r l f l i - l l M ' Of-cr l",lm« v. 'Icri^rri w .''(-"nl l);ikr'h.ll! |IMI:I r a " n r i t ? , hsd an hil.itinn fi-lierlule'l w i t h r.'i'i P i - h a i i i ' - . I v a u l l e r . lui':("l u n r . 'ee ;md rl-i-i'ird u Atlanta Cuts New Orleans' Southern PhilacWphiii ning*. 4 St. Louis 3 10 in- AMERICAN LEAGUE (By The AwnrhtH Prw.) New York Chicaqo Cleveland . St - '·""'« W 4| 40 43 Prt. New York -''TV On Saturday . night schedule: ' NBC 7 Jane Arc; 7:3(1 Stars in K h a k i and Blue; S f l h l o H i v c r . RUNDAT ·:00 Meet Your 1:30 News «:4, r Christian Science Proirim 7:00 Hawaii C1U 7:30 Methodist Church 8:30 Republican Convection Review ».WI Top Ten »:15 Top Ten »:30 Top Ten 9:45 University lluur 10:00 News 10:15 Political Picture 10:30 Sign Off f-ii The f n i l e hearers were orMcrrri l f » c.'ilhrr ;r t h e m n r n i n n (Trrtnonif! atvl r v i r r n f n u r a h r f a r l , in f u l l rrcrtha. IM i l '«? smio whore A m e r i c a i: tn h»- f m - m a l t v welromei-l hy a i.-niltm^ ; memher nf the Finnish or? m i T i i n ··nrninitl'^e. Then Avp? v n y u n r l ' i j ^ . r\- ·- nnt ftf the U. S O'vnipir i n m n n t . 'oe, rnakCF a hrirf ap- 'v r i n c ,'tfi - d-ess In he follnwcH In- t h e n^ · lional .in them antl n f f i r . i ! f l n ^ raising. The A m c n r a n "show 1 ;irl keori competition. Ru.iria'A l r « " K fniTfv. (hfiir strength a rifep n'.vitprv, WBM scheduled tn irrive L V ,iir lo^.v- Thf Hiisslan trackmen nnd we* m*n then were to be whisked to the Communist l e t r e a t n! Otanl- eml, now elotely (ttiarricd an.1 p«n»trited oi)ly by special pennis- tlon. With Inn «rrlvii of !»·" nwlm- mlnf, d l v l n j and water ( lean Stai t h r :-.. |nl" .1 Inrr" foi«i:o f u r t h e r im"-; start J u l y wali-'ifl f r o n ··\\-fr-\ O l y m p i f .4S7 4 1 f t .329 to .Vl'l'l I H " rllnw ll'f . \,.t, Hrd t e t t r r sent C' Olymp: 1'iHir.ii" for In" f'hira 1i Hil'i in 1 ;!.'.! tliev should nn. .1 Sic!r ; d K d s l r n n i . t of n-e I n t e r n a t i f , n ; i l f'i,Tim,'!trc. hnc inM both t h e y a t e inelicihle. bccau:e Ihev're h e h ' n d In d u r ' . CJunnin Hoh. head m a n of N'a- t i o n a l i r t China's Olympie commi'- tee, is here w i t h an a r m f u l of papers 'd credentials renrly to fight for his pnnlilo-,1. The N a t i o n n l i s l China team l reported In M a n i l a ready to f l v here at a moment's notice. The Deri China learn Is nl'l to he in Siberia alro a w a i t i n g the signal The I s f u e w i l l re f e t t l e d «l a way Ihev do ami - n i l hold f i r , ^ in 'the Southern A,,oci,,ion. ! New O r l e a n s lo.i ,is .event', came of the m o n t h last n i t h t and , the Pols' league lead was H'red to j one h a l f a came. ll'rr'iiiiT^H'Ti t n n t ' i ' ! \'ew Orleans, f i - 1 , while A t l a n t a , t h e n e w sc.Tirvl p l n r p t e a m , war w i n n i n g f i o m Mohile. 9-5. A r n t h e r f l r « t r i l v i s t n p lean,. C h a t l a i K i n n a . also Ion - ·!-;; to I, it-' l l r Ilork. Hal Snmnv.r, "Ned t h t m":t v r i i u a h l c nla.v"' in Ihe leac..- last year, homered f n :'ie eighth I', u n t i e the game. T're hlnw W.T.I '-unpson's 1.1th and he has h a t l - d in flo r ' i n r For four l n n i n « s Allen North- lnt;lon looked l i k e a «'ir« winner. Then Memphis found out about w h a t e v e r it WHS N o r t h l n f l o n w«« doint to Ihe hall. Northlnfton wti knocked out of the box and M»m- phis ran through Ihree rtlief pitchers to whip Nashvlll*, 11-7. In the n i n t h N a s h v i l l e scored four times hill the Vol» mlRht j u i t «s well have mved thtm for «om« other time. Wmhinrion nines 2 Chicago ASSOCIATION New Orleans A t l a n t a Mobile Chatlarnojfa Nashville Memphis Little Rock . . FrUUr't teiulti A t l i n u il Mobile !, n i r m i n i h o m i New Qrleans 2 Lltlle Rock- 4 Chatlinoon 1 Memphis I I Nashville 7 Prt. ..Mfl .51* .S38 .5,14 4RO .1311 Boys Club WeeklyCordl Jamboree; ":30 G r a n d O:e O p r y ; ! 9:00 Tin Pan Alley; 9:30 Chamber . Music of Basin St. 'CBS--fi:.10 C,un Smo^e; 7 f i e n e · A u t r y . 7:^0 T a r r s n ; fi C.ang Busters; '8:30 tt'axw.-.rk*. fl:30 Blll . May. j A B C - 7 D.incmj P a r t y ; 9 Music : Variety. | MBS 7 Twenty Oue.,t.nnj; 7:30 : T h e a t e r of A i r f,:30 f i u y Lo.-n- b»rdo; B C h i r a j o Theater. Sunday f o r u m s : MHS I'1:30 a. m. n e v i e - v i n g S t a n d : N'P.C I I Vie-1 - p.iint VPA. NBC 12 30 p. m. C h i - cago R o u n d t f l l - ] * Sunday o t h e r : N B C - - I : 3 0 S y m p h n n i - A d ' e n lure; 3 The Fill-on: 5 P N y - houir; 5:30 Texas R a n T e r f ; R IroniPnande Concert: 7 U'i!l«on's Music Room: 7:30 P,el Plays. CHS 1:30 f i n a S u n d a y A f t e r noon; 4 f j o d f r e y recorduiR-:: fi December Rr de; 7 F r a n k i e Font a i n e ; fl Meel M i l l i e : 8:30 Boru K a r l o f f . ABC--10 a. m. Fine Arls Q u a r - tet; 1:30 S u n d a y Serenade; S.30 Here Comes the Band; 8:30 Time Cipsi'le: 7 Stor the M u s i c : 8:1S Melody H i g h w a y : »:!.', Gloria Par- Xer. ; MBS .- I T r e n d l r r Tunes; .1 ; O r f e n H o r n e t : 4 The Shadow: 5 · Bobby Benson; n-.:\Ci Ho'^'ard Cable; 7-?o Ench»nterl Concert; 9 . Special Concert. j ·ION-DAY MCMMINO 5:10 Rise N" Shin* 5.50 RFD 1450 « 00 Hise N' Shine 1:30 M n r k c i Report and H:3-. Rise j." Shine · :45 Stock Talk Tirot 7.00 Kocfet K u p Kaptn 7:30 Mornlnd News 7:4.1 Koffee Kup Kaptrl 8:00 Robert Hurltlgh--M 8:1.1 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edltlna 8:45 Molsum Gospel HyTB5j 9 0 0 Morninu Melodlen f ) : l f i Paula Stnnt Show 9 30 Take a N u m b e r 10:00 Food for Thought 10:1.1 Handom Rhythms 10:30 Queen for a D.iy I I n o Ilhythm Ranch Hindi 1 1 : 1 5 Baurkage Commentirjr 11.25 News 11:30 Church of Christ 11 45 Musical Roundup 11-55 Market Report MONDAY Af 12.00 Jordanaires 12 15 News t Noon 12:30 Chuckwljon JimbonV 19:45 Rlditri of th* Purpl* S« vMlrrday thf American f.quad Is meetlnc of the ICC Congress next ·Imosl InUct. Tht l»n« ml»i;ln|i Thursd/lr and Kriday. July U--Cardinal* vi. I n d u r i Olnnti vs Y«nk«««, July l.V--Senlort vs. Wf.'lfy, 1:JO Rf*» ·» wiM «H Xm rul! p.m., at County Fair UM TIMRH fair. I OrnuMt. 1:00 BASEBALL Cleveland Indian* Vi. Washington i»n«tOf* W A N T E D CHtRRT flCKCRS ·l the r«lli Julr Itlli. C*m**nitll**i OaTernmtnl m r n t ptie fnr ftT 'rnnr CftmrnitlH r.Mitlril advertl r h # r r y f « J:on Swing !S«Hlon J:30 Tune Plekln' TU«t 4:00 Tune Ptck'n~ 4 JO Tune Pleli'n Ti 8:00 Merry Millmtn 5:30 Songl Of Tn« ·· 5:41 Cecil lr*w» I

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