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Cards, Phils Turn National Into Four-Team Race By JACK HAND * ; Aaaociated Press Sport* Writer . ; Eddie Stanky, the brash fresh- · man, and Steven O'Neill, the i.ld r'^v'^ar'i bs^k for another try, are turning the National League . i...j a lour-club race while Brooklyn and New York trade punches in a private neighborhood brawl. Preoccupied in their personal . feud, the Dodgers and Giants seem to be concerned only with the yes or no of "a miracle of '52." the Brooks gather around Chuck . Dressen to "stop the Giants" a n d ! the call to "remember last year." i Neither pays much attention to the ! .onrushing Cards and Phillies. ! St. Louis, closing ground In i xhuge chunks under Stanky's skill- Jul piloting, are making the most 'of their big chance. While t h e ' Dodgers. Giants and Phils bicker I amon? themselves for the next 10' days, they feast on C i n c i n n a t i , : " Pittsburgh and Chicago. The Cards closed to within 8V4 games of the Dodgers last night by whipping Cincinnati 7 - 4 , a s Brooklyn rebounded from an afternoon 8-2 defeat to top New York in the night half of their day-night double-header, 7-5. Philadelphia, winning 28 of 40 starts since O'Neill replaced Eddie Sawyer as manager, swept a pair from the Boston Braves, 2-1 and 10-2 behind Robin Roberts and Evas Meyer. Roberts' three-hitter was his 17th victory. Nobody gained anything in the American, except the Kid Gets Good Advice Hnrtlnwn w""""" 1 w "~ ISPORTS NO«THWIST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fay.tlevill., Arkawm. Friday, August I, 19SJ Par Takes Beating As Pros Scramble After Tarn's Gold A -. ·« American League Suspends limp McGowaji EAGLES VS. LIONS Scott, Walker Big Attractions In Pro Grid Tilt At Little Rock C h i c a go-(A)-Tam O'Shanter* I Country Club was readv to post ; this nolle? Friday: "Wanted- the murderers of par." i Seldom has a golf course bo?: 1 . i so thoroughly sandbagged bv a i bunch of money hounds as 'this! gaily-decorated carnival grounds j Promoter George S. May. acting! j-tike the jciose thm 'laid the golden j egg, turned it into a race t r a c k by offering a $90,000 purse dis- ! tribution for a world chomplon-| ship tournament. I The winner will collect $25000 ' second .place is worth $12,500.] i third J5.000 and so on down t h e - j list to S200 for 41st position. ! Wild-eyed pros, some of whom have grown lean eating h a m b u r g - ers on the gruelling tourney grind · to make ends meet, set out for the | bonanza in Thursday's first round. -.' »*».' r s a y s rs r o u n . *.. JlES j A! expected, par 36-36-72. wasn't a ' "i:am, Ohio, for the National Professional Football League cam j.aijrn.-Lcft to right are George Ratterman. Otto Graham and Don KloBtcrman. ( A P W l r c p h o ( o ) except the seventh- place St. Louis Brownies who are I ---TM~«-*.--" /*-... r~m i · - ^ - - - . _ . too far back to make anv differ- I Jr' tlli; Geor * e Foot ' «"« things over with three of the Cleveland i I^M n " fl us8et1 "^ J V c n t ence. The leading New York Yin . Brow... ,u,rt e rb.rk. ,, the Browns opened their 1932 training S e son i ,, *% "ha te'ed" th^e ? Lure'/ " kees split with Washington. losin E at Hl:a m. Ohio, for the National Professional Football i ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,_ i D -'.uV_" c !°". .5" .''Sure.s. the first 4-2 but copping the second 7-1 on Bob Kuzava's four" hitter. The Boston Red Sox dropped the first of two at Philadelphia, 7-5, but came back to break even. 8-J. The Brnwnies won their · second straieht 12-inning fame from Detroit. 5-4. on Gordon Goldsberry's double. Cleveland an* Chlcaso in the American and Chicago and Pittsburgh in the National were not scheduled. Atlanta Slaps Double Loss On Pebs,M,W (By The Associated Pfw.) .Mobile and Birmingham got In a tremendous hurry last nifht in Mobile just before the umpire's watch said 10:30 p. m. (CST). Today, the Barons of Birmingham had dragged their feet Clyde Scott. Arkansas A l l A m e r i c a n , nnd noak W a l k e r . A l l : American from Southern MMhori- | 1st. are the his d r a w i n g cards In tho a n n u a l pro grid clash at L i t t l e Rock's War M e m o r i a l S l i i d i u m . the | n i g h t of A u g u s t 13. Scott Is a vot- ; eran of the P h i l a d e l p h i a Eagles nnd W a l k e r the s t a r of the Detroit Llonf. Walker and Scott showed up for a game betwefn these same two teams in the Little Rock Stadium In ISJO and the result was one of the most e x c i t i n g games of the series. W a l k e r . J » r k m i i - t c r of enrh. n n l - i i « MI il'i h «ljo tr»rt(« ..cored Matson Reports TO llayne Predicts --. Breaking into the. lea'd was pair of club pros, Lew Worsham and Pete Cooper, each with 65. They were followed by another player who gave up the tourn.i- just a l i t t l e . One minutt of dawdling would have done the trick. Birmingham would have a tie instead of a defeat. The Barons had to calch a train and a pre-game agreement between teams said no i n n i n g would S!i!l Champ Of U.S. lefl-Handerj ! Over Charles Ofrden. Utah - l/p\ - Y o u t h f u l : heavyweight Rex La.vne said to- · day he is going after Ezsard Charr a t - I Ip.; jri t h e i r l O _ v ^ i i n ^ l K m , 4 4 n n : n W . I . . . Chicago -(^Pi- Prospects for the ! College All-Stars in their b a t t l e ! with the Los Angeles Rams looked j up Friday while the Rams' for- | tunes took a dov/nturn. The All-Stars' rostci ... _ j'tBRtd with the addition of All- Shawnee-On-Delaware. Pa.-iTP) I American Ollie Malson of San -Ross Collins, Arkansas A. and M. | Francisco, just back from the i - - -athle.tlc director, won his second | Olympic games ! Lsyne said, "And I'll straight National Left - Handed j Matson, who'finished third In I a " th * way." But the 24-year-old Golfers Association chamionpshlp ! tht Olympic 400 meters run, ar- : t-ewiston, Utah, stronjtboy said he when he defeated Jack Butler, At- | rived with his old coach.' Joe ' wou ' d rather not predict the in the 36-holf i Kuharich, to prepare for the big i r °und. game with the Rams Ar.gust 15. : Charles a n d ' h i s handlers had a But the Rarns suffered discour- i different version of the outcome, aging news vhen coach Joe Styd- | VEwy is ready for Rex," Jake sher was told t h a t Paul "Tank" ·' Mintz, Charles' co-manager an- inent ordeal to stick m a i n l y to i be begrun after i'o:3fi.' Mobile" wo'n i leaching. Harry Todd. and a South, the first g;,me of , double head : American wanderer. Roberto d e ! e r , 7-4. and as the hands of urn ' pirc Neil Slrocchia's watch swung ' toward 10:30 the eighth inning of ' the second game got underway, j The score was tied, 1-1, when the f i n a l i n n i n g began at 10:20. During t h a t i n n i n g Mobile's Don Simmer got his sixth hit of the name, knocked In his sixth run and brouc.nl home Spook Jacobs w i t h the winning tally. The score Vincenzo, bothe of 'whom posted I These f o u r front-runners Cooper, the former truck driver from Florida now of White Plain* N. Y., Worsham, the 1957 National' Open champion from Oakmont Pa.; Todd and De Vincen?.o -- drive," said veteran Dutch rison, speaking like a tout, "and ' u .| . " some of us old timers will p a s -; h l l c i s other run. wns 2-1. Dimmer homered for Mo- CI.VDE SCOTT touchdowns for IB points. One of the tallies came on a 100-yard kickoff return. IntichnV.u-ps. n f i e l d j»o-i! nnd i h t e r e x t r a pnjnt-;. Onf of the Honker 1 * TD's came r, n n pnps reeentk-i t n i i t WHS 'he game's most spectac- u l a r p l f i v . The Fai'les whipped thf l.innr.. 49-24. in 1050. but tH" tnhle* vl! nrohalilv he turned this ve«r. in '50 the F.anles v-fre k l n e n l n s .if orn f o n t h n l l with two N^tion.-il Footh.il! l.^acue t i t l e s under t h e i r belts and Detroit was Jmt st.irt- ing K y n i i t h movement with the accent on Wnlker Since t h e n the Kajles h.ive broken un. losing t h e i r roach and a n n m h e r o^ key plm-ei-* j n - i u f i - Inft Tmrim v Thomnson, thf stf 1 !!'"- ouarlerh.ick who Is .-urrenlH coaching al Arkansas. Meanwhile the Unn« have develonerl and were h n r o l y nosed out «t t u " r h a m n i o n s h i p In-:! vnar. t a ' - i n ? In f'f r u n n i n g u n t i l the f i n a l game of the season "il'i Scott and W a l k f r ar- re- norted In tood shnne for thf game Scott, throughout his football carffr has been bolher"r| by In- ' juries. His first two years In t h e " pro lengiif were spotted with on j assortment of Injuries t h a t cnl- , mlnated In - liroken collar Imn- m : 1850. Ijist year he saw service in : 11 sanies and be is t ' l a n n i n n on ' h a v t n q his best sonson t!,!^ f a i j . Walker, whn ha 1 : led a charmed '"e on t ^ e e n d l r n n . s u f f e r i n g few 'ii« sumniT ill l'-e V ; i t i o n n l n^en "nlf Tourivimonl. Servlnr as » m n r n h a l l a t t h a t n f f n i r t h e cy. S.M.U s t a r s u f f e r e d a s^-'er^'v slashed r l p i i l arm when his h a n d - i -. --- I'w-v-^nf tin Americsn Leigue umpirt for. »T year.-;, hat been suspended - in- i d e f i n i t e l y f(, r n incident In wfech he was accused of Insultlnf sports ; w r i t e r s covering a fame at ' Sportsman's Park. . The 50-year-old McGowia was . suspended hy Will HtrKJg,.. ; league president, after stronf ~jta, · tuts had hfen made yestertajj: by \ the Glohf-IVrrtnrrat and the-last .St. Louis ( I I I . ) Journal. '-: When MeGowan ejected ptih- er B i l l y Hoeft from the D«»oit I'cnch m Wednesday nlght'i et)n- test bciwr-n the Tigers and-lh« SI. l-ouir Browns, the writen"jyk- ed MrGowsn for infnrmrtlnn. Tli»v v.'frr n n t 5 U r e wn | cn plAtr had been crm-ed. -M'-GOM-HI'S reply, the wrhfcn f . i i r f . v--?!« · I ' l l w r i t e you a lett*f " Sports Editor Ellis Veech of Bit J n u r i n l ·«:·! McGowan later m*de (.hn-i-n* gftturrr. toward th* ores. box : l l a r r i d g f wired Sporti Editor Robert L. Burnfs of the Clofee- Democrat. ·'· "Urnnire .MeGowan was wrftif w h e n hr ri-fuwd to advise member' of t h e St. Louis presi box n a m e of player he elected tofcn , the hrnrh. His personal rema'rVa and c o n d u c t »re most refretla- Mc nnd ar, president of the American 1 .e ague I personally apologize t" n i l writer-- who witnessed tlM a f f a i r "MeGowan has been relieved of any f u r t h e r assignment! for an Ind e f i n i t e period " , Tom Duffy, managing editor of . the Journal, b l u n t l y threaten** . t h a t his newspaper would quit I publishing report., on American ; League fames unless an apolofy i was forthcoming. Duffy's eom: plaint w«s made to Bill Veeci, owner of (he Drowns, who relayed " ·" H/.rrifinc. Veeck told H«r- ridije he witnessed the incident and ivoiilrt apologize to Duffy pn behalf of the Browns. lloefi was ejected from flit bench while Detroit players wire hr.rklinc MeGowan for a third s t r i k e ho called on Cliff Mapesln " the seventh Inning of a bitter ·' won by Ik* . A lock w.is put on first place ' n * n e Southern Association bv At- = - them. is lighting for the title. ! Dutch was satisfied w i t h a s t a r t - '" "«·· .-viuincrn Association bv At- Tm going to knock him out," in * 72 a n d was grouped with «uch I 'anta which w i l l he there for the be after him Poldtln .'." ! '' " ch ,? nrlle ., r . "aiper next two days anywav. The .,,_....,,-,.. Cary MiddlecoH, Skee Riegel and Crackers moved two f u l l games Ts 8 -ama,in g to " -- " ' TM"* """ a double-header vie- : , iccont rrpnrt , ,,. nm , h , ,,,,,,.,,, ramn Indicate t h a t the hl«h ,.-or- I ing halfback is f u l l y recovered. - l a n t a , Ga., 1-up final Thursday. In the 18-hole final of the consolation round Andy Kerr; Des ·Moines. Iowa, \vas defeated by Harry Wyman, Mo., 1-up. tournament." Fiahts Lost Niqht BT Th* AsociiUd Press San Diego, Calif.--Kenny Davis, 123, San Diego, outpointed Luis Adame, 121, Tijuana, Mexico. 10. Oakland, Calif.--Frank Buford- Lconard Morrow heawweight bout postponed to August 16. There is a tunnel through an island in the middle of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge t.^f-i i \ a a LV'm l l l d l r^cllll 1 8 O K ' "*"ll£, ^ I l a l l r 5 Cn-maOBgCr an- '"«' " a M l c l l k . Younger, b-jlldozing fullback and ! nounced. "If he should lose this linebacker, may not play against' one,'he's about through. But a vie- ' TL n the^Stars. , lory tonight w i l l put him back in · I n O m r O n KCSigHS AS Hot Springs Coach Younger underwent an operation for removal of a bone spur in his a n k l e several weeks ago, and has not responded well to treatment. the picture." Although both Layne and Charles have beaten Heawweifrht Champion Jersey Joe Walcott, the fistie reputation ot each is sagging i badlv. Sa'idi Arabia has more than half I Boxing writers who saw Char| a million square miles, mostly des- j les fight Walcott in June s»y the _ · _ _ _ _ j Tiger of Cincinnati may have lost J - - ; his stomach for fighting. And Hanson '.^T.t'.AU^ J '"^-- Ut.le Rockl 2 Tand X "that such a guy as Todd for in- T f r o n t nf stcond P |ncc C h a t t a stance. could j u m p from coth m j L h a t t f i n o n Ka won from Nashville, the money winning list this season ] fi ~' 1 ' n u l lllf second game of a to first plac» just by winning one i Proposed double-header was rained out. Atlanta's double victories were , f u l l repayment for Little Rock's ..u.,^ C u un- ( ,, · h i g h l y r.xnensive double-header ' l n mcmbershlpj. [ victory over A t l a n t a a week ago. ' "" "" ' I Those losses plus a following one i dropped A t l a n t a out of first place. . John Wo.lss gave A t l a n t a only | three h i t s in the first game while i Chicks Wallop PG Playgrounds Association Seeks Lions, 12-4; Play Members; Quota Here $2,000 Mitown Tonight A drive In enlist F a v e t t e v i l l e members of thf Ozark Playgrounds Association w i l l begin August 11. Sam E. Gearhnrl. general chairman of. the Fayetteville Ozark Playgrounds Committee, announced the quota here is $2,000 'coach' ^ . The assocalllon' left Alone at Home team. No successor has been named. Marciano, Charles and Harry Matthews in the past year. I A gate of $200.000 has beon pre- | _ . ' dieted for tonight's fight and 25.-1 for Army Men Stolen 000 fans are expected at the Municipal Stadium in this town of S7-, 000. Advance ticket sales have topned the $100,000 mark. ,,-.- .,, , Each fighter's purse will be 35 ! s P' te ! he tn e f ' in Melbourne vesper rent of the gross receipts. j ter day nf their $75,600 payroll It There w i l l be no television or 1 wgs tne Di SS«t eash steal in Aus! tralia's history. Police said the money, in small notes and in ::n a m m u n i t i o n box. disappeared from n strong-room Australian Payroll Sydney. Australia -i/Ti. Soldiers the Australian southern command are getting paid today de- ! opening Inning of the second ! Same A t l a n t a scored four limes During the big opener Harry Han- ncbrink homered for two runs. Hal Worthlnglon, pitching for Nashville, practically pitched the victory for Chattanooga. He walked 10. including one stretch of four in a row. Those four followed two Lookout singles. The second (fame of the double-header profram went four innings when the rains ended the activity. The score was 0-0. . carries on an »rtves.. S lng' Oziirk Playgrounds area Is one of the fastest crowing recreational areas In the U. S. Membership In the association also Hilitles business firms to « listing In a new Olivers' (rulde which will b(? Isrunrl this year . "!.", 1 .'. wrs _ " r . th .' Fayetteville H.mmond I I a r n r Hrflin Kays, Jack P.n^Allan R ^ The Fayetteville Chlckj took-a 12-4 victory over Prairie Gmva Inst night In seven-lnnlnc Oaark League contest. A combination iof heavy hitting and Prairie OHM errors nave Fayetteville four rUfu In the firit Inning and thrte In HM tecont to put the game on ler Danny Matthews was the itiM- i; In* and winning pitcher for ffi« r j Chicks, with Buck Buchinan Uk. · i ing thf lost. Summers and Phllllp« followed Buchanan to the moirad the tourisMnrkislryjio^ l.^on?' of soi!" and J u g ' wheelTM' In the other upper bracket i match. B i l l y Talbert w i l l fa, Giants, Cubs If/ · 1 -. , · i i match. B i l l y Talbert w i l l fare ' Pryor ' w l t h thr " M / f W 111 All/1 frat Kllrt Nielsen of Denmark who de ' : Hoslt --s with i h r W in in IHUlget t fsM r , ranl GnldeTM 0 f wnmette ' t h * Chlck altck f ^-, in fi_4 9-fi 7-"i T*iK*ri .(,,« A i The Chicks t a k ( League Games ""· ~ : p ' -- topoc of Mexico T-.1 radio broadcast. The old Manassa Mauler. .Tark I Dempsey. will be the referee and j sole judge. ; Nearing ring lime, Layne still was a 6-5 champion over the former world champion. But there were plenty of taker?. The railroad trestle across Great Salt Lake is .10 miles long. .·here it car delivery If ice Is subjected to (treat pres- awaiting a r m o r e d , s i r e it can he made heavier than to the Army. \ r t c r . Mcilroy'« Giants Improved their lead yesterday In the Fayetteville Boys Club midget league with an D-3 victory over the second place Ford's Indians The tail-end Kason's Cubs d e f e a t e d Tuck's Yankees. 4-3, in another game, . Gustavo Palafox 9-7. The lower half of the draw will feature a renewal of a duel between top-seeded Richard Savitt and Mervyn Rose of 'Australia. The last time they met at W i m - bledon. Rose pulled out a five-set t r i u m p h , but Savitt proved yes- DOUBLE-CZECH How They Stand By Afan Mover B.T The Associated Pttu AMERICAN LEAGUE ·ZATOPEK, Of W _ OLD CABIN STILL · HANS 90 PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT B O L R B p N W H I S K E Y Pet ' .587 .561 : .544, .528! .515! .505 I .422! .340! HER HUSIAND, film producer Will ;H. Price, left her alone at homt · (or days at a time with no expla- |n»tlon. red-balred, blue-eyed act- ;reas Maureen O'Hara tells tht (court In Los AJigtles in obtalnuiji a divoret. She retains custody of their daughter Eronwyn. 8. They were married In Mississippi 10 yeara ago, and were, aeparated laat December. (International; York HEAR TOM GENTRY KGRH FRIDAY MONDAY 6:10- 6:15 p.m. 12:00-12:05 p.m. Political Art P»H for by W. T. Hollis New York 6, Cleveland fio Boston 56 . Washington _ 56 | Philadelphia 52 i Chicago 54 St. Louis 46 . Detroil_. . 36 1 Thursday's Rtsults i Washington 4-1. Philadelphia 7-4. Boston 5 ; St. Louis 5, Detroit 4. n i g h t -12 innings. : Only games schedul«d. : NATIONAL LEAGUE W Brooklyn . ._ fi7 New York I.'.'...62 51. Louis . __ __ 62 Philadelphia SB Chicago . ...52 Boston _ ,,. 42 C i n c i n n a t i . _ 43 Pittsburgh . .. 30 Thursday's Results New York R-Ti. Brooklyn ' d a y - n i g h t double-header". St. Louis 7. Cincinnati 4. nisht Philadelphia 2-10. Boston 1-2 Only games scheduled. T/jE OLYMPIC /O,OOO METER'S MA ROM- fl/URMf, ONLY OTHER SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION 1 W A t l a n t a 67 Chattanooga us New Orleans M Mobile 6i Memphis . . .id Nashville ....52 Birmingham 53 Little Rock ....53 Thurtdir's Results A t l a n t a 2-ft, Lltllt Rock 1-2. Mobile 7-2. Rlrmln|hjm 4-1. Chattanooga 6, Nashville 4 j#c ond «»mf. pirt--rain. Only g«m« scheduled. KM! If wNk Mt ** TIM «»fl» BKOKS HIS OH* fO,QOO WIT/I A 29./7.O CLOCKIti/3 . , , , ................... ,,,,.,,, | J I m tcj yes- but failed to improve their posl- .' terday that he is near the peak of tion in the loop standings. The : his game as he turned back a brll- loss, however, drooped the Y a n k s ...... · from third to fourth plarc. Dorsey Jones pitched a three- hitter at the I n d i a n s as the G i a n t s won their n i n t h game In 1.1 starts Bill Myers led the n i n n t s at the plate and Charles Huphes starred defensively. George Lewis was the losing pitcher. He allowed hut four hits but had weak support in the field. John Steele was the w i n n i n g pitcher fo rthe Cubs, g a i n i n g Prairie Grove made only six toJti off M a t t h e w s , with four of them coming in the seventh mnini when the Lions scored twite. Pryor. w i t h three for four, and ihrf for five, ltd -- the diamnid again tonight m f f t l n f the TonB- lown Gr.npers at the County F«ir , Grounds. It will be a home lam* I for Tontltown and Cecil Ardtmag- n! h slated to pitch. Cam* tlffl* will hf 8:15. Thf line score: Prairie Grove - 000 002 1-- 4 (^5 Fayetteville .. 430 004 1--II II 4 li.inl bid by 17-yenr old Ken Rose- ·-vall of A u s t r a l i a , g-4, fl-7. To Leave Marines ·· W a s h i n g t o n -I/Pi- The Marine I Corps today announced Col. Kath; erlne A. Towle, director of women ; Marines, will retire next May 1 ; to become dean of women and ' associate dean of students at Hie j Univcrsili of C a l i f o r n i a at Rtr'k- . lev. The fur t r a f f i c was in Important factor in settling Nerti America. BOWL FOR HEALTH Benton Bowline Lflnc decision over Georgf Alexander' j Each pitcher allowed three h i t s ' R i r f h t Paul Bnhanan w a s t h e f l y I n ! u " lll!s Alexander's o i n t m e n t as he scored two of the four Cub runs Thf standings: McMroy's Giants Ford's I n d i a n s l*wls Bros. Cards Tuck's Yankfes Kason's Cub W . a Mr. anil Mm. Clyde Rraihrr Mr. »nd Mrs. Clyde nrashor of Sprlngdale, announce the birth of » d a u g h t e r . August 7 jt t ne County Hospital. U.S., Aussie Net Stars In Eastern Meet South Orans;e. N. J. - 1,7', -The quarter-finals of the men's singles in the Eastern Grass Courts Tennis Championship w i l l be held to. day with the top four seeded, foreign players -- f'nmk Kedgmnn, · Ken McGregor, and Mervyn Rose I "" r =^=of A u s t r a l i a , and K u r t N'i'elsen of ~^~~~ Denmark -- and three of the four top-seeded Americans ... nichanl Ssvltt, Orange. N .1., No. 1, Billy Tilbtrl. New York, No 2. and Strslght Clark, Pasadena, Calif.. No, 4. and unseedrd Noel Mrown of I.M Ai«eles still In the run- nlnj. Brown w i l l meet Sedgman In the upptr h»lf of the draw, nrown h«ttl»d his way into the quarters Ity uosettlnf f o r m e r n«tion»l chtmnon. Art l.»rsrn of San Frirtfltrn, yesterdsy, (I..1. 7-». S«iim«n turned buck Mil Burrows p» Charlottesville, Vs., H-3, 1 WANTED-More Cherry Pickers Po.iibly 200,000 Cherry Pieken ntcdtd at rh« polls Tuttday, August 12th, for bumper harvest of »ot«i. Compensation: Integrity and Decency in State Government. Pol. adv. paid for by Kranci!, Cherry. Jonesboro Vote For Clint Shook for COUNTY TREASURER He is our uncle, and we know him tt · honest man. C«m«* an1 Jvanitt Stinlty P o T A d v . p»ld lor by Krnot Sunl«j,

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