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1952 Olympic Games Rated B*SS est Best In History Bums Beat Cubs Twice, 3-2, H To Boost Lead The sames which ended in t h e - Arkansas PHHt*flM»«'» - -- SPORTS Snead Wins flil-flmerica Tounsey - . More went Record Entry List ~ « ^ " g o M medal of the games, Con "«'""n All but three of the men's track I and field records were equalled or Seventy nations sent S.TBO ath- ?" , k TM letes to this clean, attractive city j - more than 1,700 above r n y pie- ' " e /irst seven mcn i" both the vious entry . " ' 1.500 meters run and the 3,00(1 Forty-nine of the 70 countries ' mclcrs steeplechase beat the pre- broke into the u n o f f i c i a l scoring ! v i n u s Olympic marks. Eight of the column which recorded the first n i n c womm ' s marks were better- six places. Their totals varied from : ctl ' 6!4 for the United States down lo '' I n swi ""ning every record was , i broken: In boxing the United I I States won f i v e titles, the most I any country ever has taken, and I the first time the U. S. has cap| lured a championship since 1932. one made by Singapore fc:- a sixth in fcalhcnvei?,hl weighllifUng. Russia presenicd an extremely well balanced team and scored ·.States. . ' The United Stafte won 41 sold' madals to 23 for Russia. : Avery Brundajre, Chicago hotel ' ·executive who was elected prcsi- j dent of the International Olympic | Committee just before the games i opened, decried a trend toward I nationalism on the part of compel- ' .ing countries and ur^ed t h a t all systems of figuring points be discarded. Points Unofficial Simmons Blanks Cards On Four Hits J ToO Brooklyn - I/PI . The Broo Dodgers boosted their National League lead over the New York : t h a t Giants to six and a h a l f f.w.ct yesterday by sweeping a t w i n - b i l l from the Chicago Cubs. 3-2 and 9-1 as the Giants were losinjj Iwi to Pittsburgh. Hoy Campanella won the cpcr.- , er for the Dodgers hy singling with the bases loaded and on-; out in the last of the n i n t h to brp.ik n 2-2 tie. The Cuiis had moved into the tie in the top of the n i n M i on H a n k Saucr's 27th homer of the : season. i Johnny Rutherford, m a k i n g his ' second major league s t a r t , breezed home in the second game ,-,1- : lowing seven hits. Duke Snider. and Jackie Hobinson whacked , homers in the second lilt to pace a 14-hit attack. ·"·kirn 1. CHc.io 1 I FIRST CAMt I MORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayeltevill., Arkonw., Monday, August 4, 1952 , kl} , Bucs Slow Giants Flag Drive '° nal With Twin-Win, 7-0 And 10-8 The Olympic officials do not; ,,,,.·,· , , . -, ' l | Philadelphia-t/Pl-Curl Simmpns fired a f o u r - h i t t e r lor. .his 10th . recognize any points fystem, but I CMICAO* r | Addis, rf ' " 4 ' S Mo ·ROOKLTN , orsan. 3b " ' Fondy. Ib 4 0 0 hBrldces Bmhollz. cf 4 0 1! Horse s, iSaucr. If 4 1 SiHoblnjon. 21 AlweJI. c 4 0 0 Shuba. If Serena. 2b 4 0 0' Furillo rf Jackson. 3b 4 0 (ViNe'rcn Smalley. 11 2 0 0 d W i l M a m j Ktlppsrn. p 2 0 0 C'nio'ntla. aCavarelta 1 0 0 Sn'der cf Lou-n. p 0 0 0' 1'afko.' r f - l f Leonard, p 0 0 0 Hodfrn. Ib i : o i (i 4 0 1 4 i r 3 0 0 ( 1 0 0 0 0 0 ' : New York-MVPiitsburah's lar.t* j place Pirates stunned the New i Voi!; O i a n t s ' drive tnv.'ard 1 place yesterday by sweepin double-neadcr. 7-0 and 10-8. The i t w i n Ic.'-s dropped ihe Oian:s f.x and a h a l l games b:n-,: nf t h e · Dodgers, who appear lo be cniers- ' ing from their most serious nuinp ' of Ihe season. I The G i a n t almost pulled 'he M.T- ; onri game out of the f l a m e s as they scored seven runs in the s i x t h inning. But i m m c d i a l e i v a f t e r the · rally ihe umpires called the game ' on account of darkness. | L i t t l e Murry Dickson, who lost a rain-shortened game to the G i a n t s Saturday, was tiie winner of the first game in relief. ; FIRST CAME Snpad, hn Irijt cnnf. storpd, looks pagprly to TniiiKl.p ' 1 tart ot golf's most fnn'li-,-1.' : money chap--inp $00.000 "Wnrl-i f ' h a m p i o n s h i p " .it Tain O S ' i . i . p r i C'ounlry Club. | FirH a w a r d in t!-.:i 7 2 - h n l , srrambl" of leading pros is 51!5 iinn 1 an unprpcedentprl golf p U v u f f l h a t sds Snpad and n i l the res' s t r a i n i n g at i h p lea-.h "That b a n k r o l l \ v i i l cause -i !,,· of chokp-ups," raid S n r a d . ' " A 277 m i g h l hp good lo win. n i g h t n n - v 1 d settle for a 27.1, f i t back ,IH| collect all t h e b e t ; " Snrad was fpp| M , 5 , h i p p n r VPS- i torday he scamprr.-H i h i . . u i v : ' d o w n p o u r t h a t s t r u c k vvhil- I was on ihe e i g h t h hole frr . | M i r t h round (i.v This gavp him . ; 271 t o t a l to brr-ci'e to v i ' - t n r v ii ' Tarn's A l I - A i n i M - i r a n Tnui -ic-. I His 1 7 - u n d p r - p a r t . i l l v win''(·'·'«· I for thi- $3,420 f i r s t pnx" w i t h ' ai " l e i g h t - s t r o k e edge over Trinrn- I Roll. Boll, t h e peppery D u r h a m J N. C., pio who led Snpad lr ! stroke entering tiie finale, f n r . . , ; a closing 74 for 278 and $2 3(10 ! Grouped at 230 were u n h e r a l d e d | Wally Ulrich o f A u s t i n , M i n n r, , . ,,. . . i Jack Burke, .Ir.. and C'arv W i d ' l l e n e t r m t - M V A i t M o u t l c m a n , t h e r o f f , t h e A l l - A m e r i c a defemiin;- A m f r u - a n Loauiic's losingest and champion and leading money w i n hardest-luck pitcher, stopped ihe . '"''' "f t h e stasnri. Bo: Ion Red Sux yesterday w i t h a ; ,. Tnc J.' ''"me Dou? Ford Yanks Top Browns Twice To Lengthen AL Lee?, 6-7, 6-4 · _ . While Sox, Nals Deadlock 0-0 In Rain-Hailed Tilt ^TigersChill "" Red Sox, 6-0 PITTSBURGH h '" k ' 3h ' 4 ^ 1 HEW YORK William,. 2 h " 4 o a '' nc " l 'ame Doug Ford at 2SI . I n i l l i a i i l f o u r - h i t l e r . 6-0. Mall ; ' i m Tl| mesa al 232. anr| Rke,- Halls helped with his firsl humer '' ," rj[!o1 - Shelly Mayfield and I l c n r v of the season j «»»««» »: 283. The defeal ruined ,he Bo«,x- ' r f » K^^^ hopes of compiling Iheir first win- ' of 7-1, started off Ihe finals with ning road trip in more l h a n a vcar. ' "'' eagle and Iwo birdies They won six and lost seven %n : Tnc A l l - A m e r i c a n f i n a l rinii-d this j a u n t . | lacked some of Ihe spice t n u . i l l v . i Houlloman struck out seven i ln " t ' rte(l ''' f a b u l o u s sid« bets pro. ' I walked one and gave up (wo s'n ' i m n l c r Cie " l ' M s M;| .v makes w i t h ' I files and two doubles in blankinc ' i, p '? ! ' , ,?' colla P scci froni in- , "" C ° r t l y " ' h ° h n c h I r n r r e wlu-n .Ine (l:,'ro--vsi;l gnt the ' m a n m i l New Y o r k t «i. l.nuU I FlffJT C « M I NE.V Y O R K IT. L O U ' S lll.vir, A i i i f n IIIIIMT nrrr.i Main r M'DV'. r i r . i l , , I ·· r h .1 - i ( " rf i fi : I » n Kryti.i.il- ||, i ,, , ^ 1 1 1 -I' 1 N I T ' - - n l i - i w a r h f d out * ci'rri:-.-trier here yrs- ivn !·,« Chicago While 1 U'.i '-innton Senators. "·.r n ! - o ruined fine ;;rp; jjy C h i c a id Washington'! lr.:.:i)5'. Cl" two piteh- ·in p\-pn terms with allnv.-ini; n run. Pierce w.-i n i.-,;, f n n n allowing but I'"-.- I . , ; - . Man-pp-, had given up c-ij' 1 ". li 1 :: V..-1-. !n ^-rious troubl* only o r , . . .... ,:,. .. rvCT (h w h er i t h e Sox lradp.1 t h e bases «ft»r two WIT- nut TH.,, f u n r m Senator got the n e x t b.ntpi on .1 ground ball anil n u i n t . ' t l n e d his yhutout, WBfhfn-r'on 3. Chicago 0 W A f H I n C T O N . SMie*0» '· r »i re. p n n (i n I the third place Bcamowners 1 D«lr.a ( . «,,!.,, , K i n r · Goodman. 2b 4 0 'i Grolh cf Throne v, rf 4 0 1 Btrry.' ,, 4 n · by custom a gold medal usually is . consic'-ercrt worth 10 points with the other five places goin" for 54-3-2-1. Dopsitc the Drundase plea there . was tremendous interest in ihe p o i n t - t o t a l s in these games. The Russians took the lead on the first day with their expected grand slam in the women's discus, were overhauled br-efly by the United Stales during the second and third days of track and field, then took : . alone lead when (he results poured in from mcr's and women's' gymnastics. The R-^sians arc experts at the gymnastic art. For awhile even the experts f'mibleri the ability of the United ! States to score heavily enough in si'ch socialities as swimming to overtake the Soviets. HiK Push Comes I The bis push came Totals 33 2 ' " D.cks . n. p : win and f i f t h shutout of the year I yesterday as the Philadelphia 1'hils defeated the St. Louis Cardi| nals, C-0. % ; Shortstop G r a n n y Hamncr's I three-run homer in the fourth I gave Simmons a working m a r g i n j and the Phils rallied for three ! more in the sixth as the Cards sent five pitchers to the mound. The win gave the Phils the ' series two games to one over the Cards, and moved them lo v.-ilhin three and a half games of third place, cu.-rcntly occupied bv the Cards. Phfl-rfolphia S. S!. Leult 0 «T. LOUII ^ PHILADELPHIA Hcmus. S l a n k y , Musiai _,,, , i Totals ·-- Slrut'k out for «b r h ! 2 n 1 Ryan. 2n 4 I l i 3 0 l AnKburn. cf 4 n 0 ! . 1 0 1 Wyroslck. r f . 1 1 1 ; I l-Struck out for K l i u p ^ i n in 8lh. b--Ran for Morgan in 9:h I c--Walked for t'uril'o · iii rr.h H -- R a n for Nelson in 9 t h . | Chicago 111:1 000 on]---' i Brooklyn . ion noil l n i -- , 1 1 P i t t c h u r r h E-Kobmsnn R B J -- B a u m h o l t z Rob- New York 1 inson. Rcwc. Sauer. C a m n a n p l l a . 2B K - Nr-n" RBT-- £%·. S^^Ts-"^""^^'' «" ^* C ""°"-' I-pf!---Chii-aco !i .Brooklyn 13 BH-: ai K i i p p x t n n .1. l.own 3. Ersk'np J. SO-- N KMpp.ittMn fi, Lowh 1. E r f k f n e 7. H O -- : 1. K l i p p s t o l n 7 ' J n 7 i n n i n g s ; Lown 2 iir, "«.. 1' 3 : L e o n a r d T i in 0. R * E H - K H ^ i - : Palm s cm 2-2. Lown M. Leonard 0-0 Er- · **.: r k i n n 2-2. W i n n e r -- E n k l n o U l - S i . L m : pr--Lou-n i%S). U - D o n n t r l l i . B u l l a n - f a n t , Barlir-k anrt Gorman. T--2'29 SECOND CAME Chicqcn 000 001 000--1 T 1 Brooklyn . . oni z?n n^x--9 M o Kolly 'LP». Lown. Man v I lie and Al- SL R u t h c r f o r d l w p ) » n ^ Campa-| cf .1 0 0 M, I C |i, r \, lb 1 ' i: """ie s :if ] n o Wcslruni r 3 0 0 p u n i e r , p " «7, 2 'i^^ r - p :i o o 4 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 I] 0 1 0 0 0 o n .15 0 7 V hi r 1-ipnn. no.i inn (ini--7 - ooo Ofio oon--rt 's-B^vs^rV-i^L;:;!TM^ I I ) 3 0 0 Mypes r f .1 U 0 Ram, c ^ D n F e d r r o f f ii l o ii l l o t i l t c ' a n , p 0 0 l) a i v i x n n 1 0 0 Totn'j! H9 n 4 ' T o t n L i a -- S t r u c k out lor Scarb "l 1 5 3 2 . 1 0 0 4 1 1 4 2 .1 3 0 0 Hiwlnn . . . . Drtrnit I t l l l -- B t r r y 2. C r n l h . 2B--Drnnc I'crr.v. C.;n')dii].-.n ».il!f S-Bprry.' Tough in noo ono oun o i'on 210 iiio--i; I l i t f i c l d . M t i ' I i n G r o l h . T h r f i n u - . 3 B -- B e r r y . H H - - n - r d on! f r r O - m i f s - r l -n i ~ J " · · - · · · - ' " ' " - t i mi. i L i u v ; i | t | 1 - « S l f i t « ) c m i l f n r f n r i ...._. and later was taken to a lion- 1 New York m"i ii' pital. His condition was reported^ K * t.nnn r - T n n good und he planned l o b e on h a n d 1 K,^'""'"^ n "'~ n """ "'i for his big "world" golf jamboree. 1 ",?,, in?"-, n j? M"' 2!1 ·'" Louise Suggs of A t l a n t a took s-Nnrcn i;- -N,,;.\ Ihe All-American Women's Open" nr - · a " r ' '* ' ?·· * crown and thp $1,000 top p a v o f f ! r " n "- "-' - f : - r v » r with a 300 to'al. four u n d e r f'.',n- : -..! ?," f i ' V , r ,,",, i n l n * par. ! lo-.ii i,- r.Ti-f-r ir.^i The A l l - A m e r i c a n Men's A m a - l " 1 " ' 1 n '"'' " '" leur wpnl for ihp f i f t h s i i r c p - : - i v p , ·»,..,. v, k ** CSND , r ; year In Frank Slranah.ln w h o 1 S! 'l mil, | m rallipd w i t h a closing 73 for 27!i t o ' M,-n,ii,,i,i iwpi K ,, ; beat Nello Campagni of Waukenan. j "";',.,"' Trn ' " )T;1 " ''· Y.-.I ::, J.'iur'n rf Wood. I I I l u n n s U . jil \ r n o n . i n . I J m l r r l ' n . :i M» a rrr°ro C p . Tn:ilA . i m * int, * f}-'. n'n'm. w.'l-! _ ib r h .' ii o ro*. :b 4 0 1 0 li Rivera, cf 4 0 * t 0 o Minojo. If 3 0 1 .'l ') ri Robin n. Ib * « 1 H 1 Mcln. rf o i 1 0 0 Johnson, c 3 0 1 -1 » 0 Krink-h. 3n .] 0 1 . 1 0 2 Mirand*. M 2 0 * 1 n 0 r'.tri'f. f 2 0 1 = ' n 3 To'Ali . a 0 I 9!h G{lme cillli:d ' r a l n - w l t n onl Out In Wathlnjiton i Ch'cnfio _ ! f--Gr.isio. :D-'ltiinneu'.""knnirh' s · -Mirn-rn 2 DP_Jihn«n ini» r n »- Vcrnnn nnn:icl« «nd V'.-non. Ufl-- V/.i.'hini::nTi X Chu-Tijo « BD--Pirrr* f. H l r r i T i 3 SD-Plirct «. M.rr«ro 1 I I S-ir Fr'r 1 -'-. Mrrjovvnn. Hurlty A MO m (100-- | ooi) coo r" - L 'nie . i , ; Spenrrr 2 ,-;,,;;,····."· ' \ ,," ,," fC'r, 3 " » Jonc«. If Saturday,; ain. 11 *, Prc-skn. p 1 o o Simmons 1 4 2 3 ' ' 4 1 2 3 0 1 ? 0 0 2 0 (I i CHICK I SPECIAL H f\ H ·Nl^' each ·B ^^ 1 iu ^ B HEAVY MIXED · ARKANSAS . · Broiler Hatchery HI P. ft.. Vox 1st ir · Telephone SIM Chinmrs. p o n o II lilt* - 1 Jl 11II1I 1 Siallcup i o n ' " 1 IWv IV Jlllll T irfcn'r. p o o n | · ;IiH \ii U/ith Afhlofirc TO,.I»_ 2S o rro,.,, TM « ,o i ffiin Ainiciics , 5"- Lnuts . oor) ooo ono-- T ' ' E^None RBT-HamncrTn!? c°^~? Clcveland-f^j-Clcveland 1 o s i Waijkns d3-- st?nky. SB-HemS^HH i fi round in *b? American League · -- Hurnnpr HP -- Johnson Stankv »r i Sislcr: w,llku, .un«s°lit«dl Ltft-^ . Louis 6. PMilart c :phia 5. ^B-- "rc'iko^ Chambers 2. Simmrin* t. SO-- Bov ' 1. Simmons 6. O-- Prcskti 4 in 3=i 'i nmcJ Crumntrs 0 in ' ,: Tiofcnau 4 in 0: Eo.vcr 2 in 2; BraJlc 0 in Sinvnnn^ 4 m 9 R A: ER Prosko .1- Ticfonaurr .1.3. Winner-- Simmons II 1. Lose*--- Prr-sVn (fi-G). U-- Pinpl d face yesterday as it divided a J- double-header with the Philadel- ·r phia A's. Bob Feller fired a neat i- six-hitter in the opener to win. . 4-1. while the A's. with seven rurs t: in the seventh, look the aflcrpiece '- 3-2. ' ' ' -- ·~-==r=: = l^.. -- . previous starts, was in ton form BASEBALL S TONiGHT 8:15 Favefteville Chicks vs. Bentonville i in the first game as he won his 1 eighth of the season. j Carl Scheib gave up but three , bits in the second game, one of i them beinc Larry Tlohy's 23rd ' homer of the year Gus Zcrnial 1 countered with a homer for the i A's. ; Ctevctenl 1. FhHMtlphil 1 1 FllttT CAQMI ' PHIL*BmPH7»""l"~ei.ivifLAMD "" ·n r h ib r h Jonsl. .«, 2 0 0 Fr'-ilcy. I t ] 0 O 1 FTH Ib 4 12 Avila. ?h 4 1 p Philley. H 1 n 2 Dohv. cf 4 1 1 i 7rrnial. If 4 0 1 Easier. In 1 1 1 ' Vain, rf 4 0 n Pospn. 3h 1 0 n i Krl · 2h 4 0 1 Simoion. rf 1 n 0 Kudcr. 3b 2 0 0 Bonne, H .1 n 1 Hllchc'ic. 3b 0 0 0 Ftllrr.' p 2 0 0 Miirrar. r 2 n 0 i KHlner. p 2 0 0 ' bRoherlson 0 n 0 rKiirab n 0 0 WriKht. p 0 0 n TollU 23 1 B Totals 2« 4 4 a-- Flicrl out for Sndcr in 7:h li-W.-ilkc-d for Ktllnrr in fh c-- Ran fnr Robertson in Rill Philadelphia . . mn nnn loo--i ; nitT s in w 'in s m G A M t 1 3 2 0 0 4 - 1 0 , 3 . ,..-,. r . and Wcs- r d I. In 4 i n i n n i a : Si-arhnrougli 4 In 4 II «, Olympic Swimmers Rewrite Records I IIflsinki-W'|-The 1!IS2 Ol.v | swimmers completely re-v I the record book in the 1 N a t i o n a l League umpire T.ou J'prria was a catcher in Ihe Georgia Lc.lKUe il t h e conch a I Ohio S' i l p UnhTr- t h p rpt-nr-ils i n i R l i t no.' Peiprip coachrd l l n t". S. men divers. In t h e 1 1 s w i m m i n g rvrn!r? r-n Hip ( ) l \ , | , , i j i - in-ogram. I ' I P cl(l ! Olympic :-"-oirls wr'i-r- cr.-ickorl 72 npic lime.'. In '.·:-·.· event':- the n-.?n':; inte i 1011-meter 'i"i-;:lvlp. v.'nmc-n'r: 100^. j!c:;t meter f r e c . - t v l p and \vomen's 100- compptilive nwlmfosl of n i l limn, i melcr IJ.H k: Iroke--il happen, d But Ihe revisions are unly U'm- only nun.-. Ilul in llu' men's 200- porary. Kays the mcn who know : melcr brcasli.troke. the old rcc- s w i m m i n g besl. ord bv Jop Vr-rdeur of tb,. 1I.S "Swimming, as n sport, still Is in 1948, was clipped 17 timrs and in its infancy," insists Mike Teppp, tied once. BllDiHG AND REPAIR CABIKET AND Mill WOtK of All Kindi. f,,t Eiliimrtt IOY 556 Wall SI. KINZt* Phnw 201* HUDSON . . . TROUBLES? SEE 101 MALI AT WHITEUY'S CAKAOf COMPLETE The SWING fa.CHKRRY 5 steps to enjoyment in . nni . x -- i K-- S u d r r R B I -- Dnhv F a ' t f r '· 7-;rnini. 2B-- A v i l a . F a i n ' H R - E n ^ e r SB-- Valo. Ro'nv S-- Ft'Mcr DP-- A v i m Rnnni* n n f l ElStT. [.rf -- rhil-K'.. 1 !,!,:-, S. C l r v c l n n r l 5. R B - K r l l n r r 1 Wnch! 1 fc"er 4. SO-- Kellrcr n. f l ' r r 3 i f o · -- K " l l n e r 4 Ip 7 i n n l n r e ; rr-- » h t f* in '· 1 R A EP-- K c l l n c - i-l W r : - h t 0-t Fo'lpr 1-1. Winner-- F-Mrr / « - i | 1 f»r - K r - P n ^ r n-!) n _ r r : p , . P . p a « ^ r e l l n . nonorhick --nH Rnh)i T i n . p _ _ i - « : ftlGOND (I/IMF * ia .. . nifl (IT Tfii A Majorify of All (he Voters (Nearly 70%) 69 COUNTIES Voted for a Change in Our State Administration and AGAINST a THIRD TERM! ore invitsd / - : r o Brissie. Jonns. Rorck a ·TOE PENGUIN ROOM · OMAR COCKTAIL LOUNGE ·THE ALCOVE · THE COFTEE SHOP · THE SKY-HY HOOF PIu» all club facilitiM. in., eluding iwimming pooL 22 Uo«ri of mod*m' com- iort. In UM hMri a! Kontot Cily. R. E. McrACHIW. Manooina Wr«t» Dir*elion-Soulhw*tl Helelt.Ine. M. G. Manning, Foundtr HOTF1 CONTINENTAL Riley Takes Western Golf: Los Ansc!":-iVP)-The R n I f p r « ' scaur-red in many directions t o d a y a f t e r the w i n d u p of the women's 1 Western A m a t e u r , hut most ( ,f them will re-assemble ii! P f - r M a n r i . ' Ore., for the Women's National A m a t e u r August 25. , Newly crowned miee n of t h r S2nd a n n u a l western t o u i n . i i n e n ! ' ' Polly Hiley, C u r t i s Cup l o a m ' m'-^r from Fort W o r t h . Texas who nck-ated M a r y Ann llnwnev Hallimorc, in the 36-hr!. f i n a l s in' tne l.os AnReles C'ounlry C l u b aanmiay 2 a n d I. i Miss Downey lost any t h a n e - r , f l w m n i n R when, on the DMh hole she sen', her ball out of » ..and trap sailini; over the Rallery i n t o t h e 1 much behind I h t R i p e n . T n i i l i n s ' one down, at the time, she could not hold o f f t h e Texas R i r l . j During his fumed So-g.-i;;-^ hit- ling s t r e a k . ,Iop DiMagglo belted 4? d i f f e r e n t pllrhf.rs for one or more liils. with the State at YOUR S e e . . . Meet.,. Hear " FRANCIS CHERRY Through the Radio TALKATHON MONDAY- fORT SMITH . . . JAYETTEVIUI HARRISON . . . SILOAM SPRINGS . . . and SMhNGDAlE NINE A.M. UNTIL TEN P.M. TUESDAY- RUSSEUVIUE ... CPNWAY ... SEARCY TEN A.M. UNIll NINMHIRTY P.M. JUDGE FRANCIS CHERRY State-Wide TALKATHON WEDNESDAY and In Little Rock 1 p.m. to 10p.m. over Rozorback 39 STATION Network ;r it 3- If id _ ~~·"·^^^^·····^··i^^^«Bpi BB-- rijjyyjyjjjjyjjjj^yj/j^^ Let s DO the Job With Judge CHERRY!

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