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Dodgers Mp Phils; Increase Lead Over Giants, Cards IfmfcrTite Pafko $ Homer \ m Tlghltns , n Beats Simmons In Nth, Cleveland Defeats Browns, 10-9, To Gain On Yankees By JACK HAND (AiKKiated Fr«u Sport* Writers) Handy Andy Pafko finally is paying Brooklyn som« juicy dividends on the big deal of last season. Hitting an even .300 with 15 Ozark League As Lions Lose Twice A pair of losses suffered this oek b.v Prairie Grove lei-ied ,, lighten the standings in the Ozark Baseball Leagut. tht Lion, (till lead the league. but hold only a two-game margin over second place Fiyetttville. Fayetteville and Gentry both tripped the pace-setters this week. In t h i r d nlir* It Gentrv. ,,nlv two ind a halt gimts bark of the top spot, and fourth place Bcn- ;oiivi"«. is hut three games behind. Fiyttteville downed Tonlilnwn ISPORTS ft** MORTHWHT ARKANSAS TIMB, Fayert.ville, Arkanw..- Saturday, August 9, 1952 I lead Midway In Narciano Big Eater And Puncher; Tarn Tournament Should Make A Popjilar Champion -V", · " * I golf's richest Of Facts ·X '·** L. r^o^ouSd^^ j n ?'w^ *«* *·"« ^ - - . . . , g a n the winner. T h e t w o teams 811 i clash again Monda- p u t ' - futing those who said he v as washed up" when Chicago him on the block. clash again Monday night at the County Fair Grounds. The standings W L Pet I Prairie Grovt u 9 540 , Fiyetteville 14 11 .5601 Gentry .. 13 n 543 ; Bentonville 12 11 .522 |Si!oam Springs 12 12 5001 Tontitown n 14 .440 New York ANDY PAFKO Little Rock. Newport Win Legion Games Newport-Wi-Little Rock ind Newport headed into i showdown bittle today in the state Legion Biseball Tourniment that opened here yesterday. The Little Rock Doughboys de- , felted Onrk. «-o, ind Newport · '°O' sign Stengel Sees Yanks Winning Flag In Series With Bosox Dempsey Gives Layne Decision Over Charles ·» OA»LE TAI.BOT | knew whil he hid. ind It Is hard New York-{/Pi-For i man wh« to f l u l l him it this point for hav- might he heavyweight rhimpion ln * perhips cut i few corners, of Ihe world within another two Tn * consensus Is Ihal Marrlann months, 1 Rocky Mirciino of prock-1 *'!" mike i very popular c-ham- lon, Mass., Is singularly unknown ! pi°n. whether he wins the crown , ...,,-..,....., lo the vast bulk of the nitlon's ""' ""a up, «r liler Lew Worsham I n t o the third round f i g h t f a n s . ·-- -- How Thty Stand i - *, - Midway leader Klfted puller today wnnd that beckoned prize. tht .SJS.OO'J top money in the w h i r l i n g "world championship" falrwa.vs carnival. Ferrler, massive e v - A i i s l r a l l a n u-ho became a I f . S. citizen In 1844, took , two-stroke Je.d .me c ,·47 Nation,, open . Champ.. ' The Grand Jury which lilted th- W. T. ("Tucl f u r l o u g h iharge could ....,-,.moved it ai » f,rtn r | n the current gubernatorial race if it had «o de. sired. A f t e r rpieiiinning known sources !of I n f o r m a t i o n , the jurors found , no evidence to rorroborite'-'th* si* lime killer's statement that he I This i partly due lo the firl 1 Ihal his rise has been verv rapid . a n d partly to the r e f u s a l ' o f the East's boxing writers lo whoop it up for Ihe .rusted young m»n un, til his manager, Al Weill. quit feeding him popovers ind put him In with someone who could fight ,«· P-.V.V «a.n. i Th ,' " imwr - v nf ' Pr TM Camera H t - (..asej blengel. still is urcen. AMERICAN LEAGUE I a wise old man, usually Vive., out': But nowTh'it Rockv has obliter- | w , l h a w i n k when asked If hr's.,, eri su , h , nM(l ,| M V ,, ^'.'" i going to win his fourth s t r a i g h t ; Matthews wilh one clout and '"'"'"" .stands,0111 all by himself among But tnc New York Yankee skip- j the challengers for Joe Wilcptl's . p e r predicted Saturday lys t e a m ' c r o w n , there can be no partlcglar . nol only will lake the. flag, b u t ! hafnYYn speculating nn what sort .'.'we're.sojiiK lo win it now --and : of president--nardon, charhplon-- . a;ainM thp Rod Soxl" ., ' ( the.27-year-old New Engta.hrler "It's lime we q u i t fooling, ."?'*!)? .mnM. ' ' ' around," said the one-lime l e f l - i . .-- -handed dentist. -| made nine mis- . To begin with, Focky, born Rftr- Ogden, Ulah-f^i-HusUy, v n u n g i takes on our last roa.rt.trip, and! en JUarehegiano, is a friendly Rex Layne bulled his way over I my players made nine more. I young felow. anxious lo be liked | ex-heavyweight Champion Ezzard ! "We're going to win it now and Hc tlllt! willingly, both hefnre i.narles lasl night in a in-round,' everyone's going . t o take, part H" 1 " 1 " f t e r » ('«"', and hasn't, up to decision winch Ihrew the Charles; There ire a rouple of players n o t ' ntm '- bwn brusk.wlth anyone His camp into an upr )ir. , ... _ K · . « .. . . Jc c k Dempsey, I h e f o r m e r world's heavyweight champ who New York Cleveland .. Boil on . Washington Philadelphia Chicigo St. fvouis Detroit 411 Rnulta L 41 47 47 ,10 4» .1.1 in 11 Pet. .587 .SI15 l Tain O'Shanier'j ISO 000, four- ringed rlrcus. . . f e r r l e r has icorchlllg rounds of tt-M (or i .18-hole total .o_f j.14, 10 under par Big Jim'i puller" tapped only 27 times In yesier- . -- "'-.-. ^ " ' » " ' I »'m3 --" t h r o u g h an Intermediary--in.-re*- lurh. (or » 90-cf»v extension .0! * in.d»y- r h r i i t m j s furlough. · In fart, t-i onlv person "whn ItlBl.'An' r r f l r ! «_/.tll !--. l..2:*.1 . 1 ***" f ," rh I that h* hid never F . l r l A . l f l k * _ J I 1 _ . -r;TM.;^~ STiu itwin t ..114' . 4 1 B . ..TO' Cleveland in. St. Louis D, night i (12 innings). Chicago 4-2 twl-nl(ht. Detroit York, 3-|, n l r h t , p u t t i n g out. They'll change- in a i Brockton admirers sly he won'l i change i particle-after he wins hundershowers de- Boston at New postponed, r a i n . Philadelphia a! night, postponed, wel grounds. NATIONAL W. Brooklyn . . _. l)| NMV York KI SI. Louis Philadelphia .1111. ^«icu v4«rn. o-u, ana Newport toi - v sign as munders! downed El Dorado, 6-1. In open- \ luged Ogden SlaHium. nng games. That moved the w i n : Immediately ,-ftmyard, Charles' Friday night Pafko hit a three- ' ""f? opposite each other today co-manager. 'j»ke Mintz. rushed run blast off Curt Simmons in f . . tr)e wlnn « moving into thp j inlo the ring, berated Dempsey the i n t h inning for a 6-3. victory J . l n i l "'his is the lousiest decision over the Phillies Ozarlt - a Pfe-tourney favorite, i I've ever seen" It was an important blow for i "" ml ° a n °- n i t - no : run P''ch- - Later. Dempsey told a r e i m r f r the Dodgers, enabling (hem t o . ,,,;,,,,,, J.TM"^ ~ ,,""' R " ^ k V ' l h a l "' r a ! l e d I'" 1 "' ."M ilke I E! Dorado then saw them. I'm sorry t h a i M i n t ? for mi . enabling them to . . stretch their lead to 6'-2 games, u . ,. . . -~ - 1 ' . ·'"" n-c-in. i m rji i v uirii .^iim/ · - . . - - - - ·*?-"· j--.-.. n just is it was before the Giant , j same ! nd "' troubl * as i t ! o. pnyone else d i d n ' t HUe the de- - P n s l n S s «x, doesn't q u i t e see eye-' RookV? sponsors was to teich him could manage but one hit--after jcisiori. I'm sorry." : to-eye w i t h Stengel. ' I l f l al properly. They finally rnn- . Layne weighed 195 and Charles I "\ v hen we get back to l u l l , v " 1 " t ' h'm he should not lur- m»mimia j 19(! for Ihe outdoor fight which F t l 'cnjth, we'll be a thorn in ; rn »nd a hogshead of spaghetti just j Nashville j Promoter Ken Mayne said d r e w ' I more t h a n 23,nm fans. M a v n e e«- timited tht gate would too series. New York was shut out by ^"'" m ;. ... . - -- -Boston's Max Surkont, 2-0, and ! i?° w «7 out in «"e ninth-against St. Louis lost to Cincinnati, 8-5. i ",,," S u r k f n t Stuns Glints Surkont landed a stunning blow on the Giants who hoped to make up ground at Boston. The veteran came hack vesterday afternoon to oust El Dorado from competition on the strenglh of a righthander held the second-place club to four hits, stopping.. Al Dark's 22-game hitting streak. Ben Thorpe and Jack Dittmer drove in 13-6 win. Ozirk n»w must face . the loser (if todiy's Newport-Little Rock utme with the winner of thit" tilt going Into the finalr igainst the Little Rock-Newport $150,000. Each fighter will receive 35 per cent: the two runs off Max Linier. Andy Seminick, the Redleg catcher, was the fly in the Cardinals' ointment. He slammed a j three-run homer in tht seventh to provide his mates with the win- j ning margin. Ewell Blackwell was the w i n - ning pitcher, although he, needed .' some great relief work in Ihe I eighth from Bud Podbieliin, who retired the lasl five batters in a row; Podbielian took over after one was out in the eighth with runners on second and third. He forced Del Rice to foul out and got Dick Sisler !o end the inning. Dickson Whole Show Murry Dickson took matters into his own hands for the downtrodden Pittsburgh Pirates. He shut out the Chicago Cubs for 10 innings i was with six hits and then broke up ' the game with a 10th inning single for a 1-0 verdict. Dickson even contributed an unassisted double winner. Trovs Climb From Dixie Loop Cellar strength, ^ve'll soniehofly's side." said B o u d r e a u . l Then, q u i c k l y : ·'. J .nd thai includes the kees!" "Don't forget," Lou continued, Layne, always strong w i l h his : " s u c n Payers as Stephens, Kinder right, showed a potent l e f t h a n d I " nd Vnllmer have been out. as he doggedly kept a f t e r the elu- "Kinder has been put back on si'-e. left-jabbing Charles. the active roster, but I don't know The fight tempo hit its hottest vh ' n he '" ne " b!e 1o l' i t r n - »'" pice in the eighth round when i l a k ? twcl or lllri?! weeks of relief both fighlers«landed lellins blows. I r " for e I could consider starting -- -- - - ' ' him." hurry,'nr t h e y - l f b e Rone' in a i rh ""Se a particle-after he wins Chicago' week's time." I l h e l l t l e . h ul some of them have Boston Casey looked around his hotel [ ,""' """ " r n u n d "* ht «« very Cincinnati room, then continued before a n v ! 'J?' . . Pittsburgh body else could speak: ' i . TM tk - v -wed a four-year hitch FrWa.T'a ..Th-. - .^ . . ' e A r m y and. bv preference Brooltlvn « Philadelphia 1 .^ft::^ B :; 3iSL^V i "r !i '^^ ^^^rxin^x^^^^ ~ wall ,n Fenway Park." . values even the present day buck. I A t l a n t a , s i i r - l D ^ T "', n '| i " higj-est jobs faced hy Ichiltinoosa -' . . . ' N e w Orlenns ,.... 64 Mobile . _ (12 Memphis . _ co moat nf the 10-player field nf -,.,'i which ibout 10 still irmalneri 'jj. i w i t h i n s t r i k i n g distance of the 37- year-old Ferricr. now I l l h In PflA money-winning with n e a r l y 57 000. - v ' T K h n m , whn v e « l e r d n v u'oh- iiled tn 7 1 f r o m an op'ening'ffjl, was a stroke ahead of Argenilne slur Roberto de Vinrrnzo of Rurno* Aires nnd I'ele Cdoper Wliit-! Plains, N. Y.. 'knoltert »l 137. Cooper, co-leader w i l h Worsham, Washington : nf ' (Kri " 1 " ""··"wl-rounrf 7?.! Another twosome, F.arl Stewart Jr.. Dallas, Texas, whn spent three I cades for yesterday's 70. and slim - V ' i l ' . i v r Douglas, Newark, Del., were ·"""innithod al LIB. '^:| Five strokes hehind Ferricr nl ' j j j j j 139 were Ihe current U. S. Open "500- Champion J u l i u s Boros. Mid Pines. ' -- ' N. C.; Jimmy Clark, Lagunn j Beich, Cillf., inn p l u m p Fd Oli- . . · .1 cloiid from a hoillng ' r»r«, lh» G r a n d Jury eh(H r *« "itil August Zl. on» day Bishop it ·chcduM to b« ' 4 . a u t f f l for " dnubl* murder In tHih. I '" v '» w "! "il« «ltuatiort,-*h« ' el " " r ' ( Y " l '"'» 72 .IP -15 48 52 «n 63 70 W. . 87 , l "' fors n u o r e a u . i ·· no111 . but he remains « i Little Rock . i mighty man in the k n i f e and fork | Birmingham .. IB Y a n - 1 ' e a K ' i e . He likes to put awiy two 'fMaj's Renulla i steaks at ji «tftfni« ·.,« ...u' L_ MB... r\-i___. Liyne's lip in the ninth. Charles i kept boring in a! a fast pace, he- j hind his sizzling lefl, ,-inrl Ihe bal- , : I (By The Associated Presa) ! l l c fnAfA '" ' '"t.round f l u r r y . | ! For nearlv a month Little Rock i Mintz r 'ain-.ed that the only i his been slugging awiy trying to I wa - v charl ' s could have won I get out of the Southern Associa- I w ' ould h ' v « bffn b - v knocking out lion cellar. Last nilht the Travel- i Lev "e- '- ers made it--free of charge. I Some of the ringsiders also dis- The proud Barons of Birming- j' ajreed wilh'Dempsey's card nf ham fell with a shock into the ' sev en e\-en ror.nds. two for Lsyne cellar. ' and one for Charles. Birmingham lost twice to Mem- ! In his dressing room Layne the phis. 7-4 and 11-3. and fell so far 24-yesr-old Ut?h slrong boy v ho and so flit that idle Little Rock lost his first fight w i t h Charles. The 31-year-old Cincinnati N-»-i ,,. , gro flicked a left which cut K ' nrt er. whn s usually toush on · _ · · · _ ···.- ·»-·· ms wire, cut |hp Ysn|((1( , s _ h s s hren on , ne in-.?TM":. TM c " .""Jlng the period. steaks at a sitting even'when he is in training camp. As a counter-balance, however our candidate loves to triln ind he goes it it long ln d grimly. He wis In camp for five weeks before the Matthews scrip, working like a horse nearly every dly. Me did not spend a night iw.y , nm camp, nor did he see his wife, 58 S3 '.,.,' ver. registered from Chicago. " · In the »I5,KW "World" women s pro event,-Belly Jameson nf Ran Antonio, Texas, still hid i bcid nn the Jfi.nnn f i r s l prize with a .id- hole tnial r-f H.I. four strokes ahead o[ f'ally Hcip,. Ihe jallint shooter frnni MlnneapoliR. The "World-" i i n i a t e u r was resolved i n l o i hoi tit-rip biMween Hill Camnhell. 2fl-year-old former slate" le*iitl*fnr f r n m llunllii*lon. W. Va.', ihd defendln([ rhdmplon Kr.-ink Stranihin of Tolwlo, Ohio. Campbell's ISfl. fashlonerl :inVe»iigaiion o'f'the Blshoo ct2- . Ijcfori- snd 'aficr the Grino* Jury hegnn an inmiiry at the ftlitlfailen '"f I'Xa-hHMtte for governerr ' v " filshnp'wirs 'itlven one of--"^50 C h r i s t m i R filrlnugh^ by fmmi Suixrlnt-ndent Lee HenslMt on ' December 1° ^ . ,,.-; Tuck Irft Ciirnmlm prfaon Wm thai dny wilh $Sjo In Ms p^*" . D u r i n g tcveril years he had cumulated $l,«»7 from me!. ; pensions sent lo him by the. . e i a l government is rompemf i for an i n j u r y suffered when »fl ; j I m m d r v (ruck d u r i n g the"! World War. '.i.t Records «l Cummins show^wiat »e had lenl exactly 11.300 -« i sister, Mrs. F.ugene Eldwn'.ant Sprfn«/Med. JI 0 , to keep tar-titm A balance of ?3. - . vu. Ttft.51 the farm when he. departed.. , Registering at th« Gridy Man- nln» Hotel. Bishop telephonS'lo i his Bister and anked her t o i A d Pet. MS ..143 ..142 .S2I .4Bi .44R New Orleins 6. Ch.ittjnoogj 4 Atlanta at Little RMk, poit- lned, riin. Memphis 7-11. B i r m i n g h a m 4-J Mobilt S, Nashville 1. pair of four-ijnde-'-pflr CH's, ga\-e him s two-stroke lead over Slran- ahnn. Joyce Z'ske of Wnli-rfnrrl, WIs., held a five-stroke lend or-er Brtly Rowland of Lexington, K.V., 1.19 to 114. In thp v.-nr'd's fourth phase, I the women'? n n i a t e i n . active list w i l h a bad hack. Durinc Iho next i n days. Ihe Yanks and Sox will meet seven times --- three times in Yankee Stadium and four times in that place with the left field- wall. Women Take Part In Pipe-Smoking Contest raced over to double a runner off first base. Southern record. During the d»u- Rookie Bill Glynn s homer in the ble-header he stole three bases 12th enabled Cleveland to tighten j A slip of another half tame be- up the American League race a ! f e n Chattanooga in bit with a 10-9 win over the St. overtake Atlanta in squeezed up one notch to said the ex-ch-mp "hurt r. e seV- seventh place. ( eral times." Bui Layne thought Little Hock's game with Allan- ! he scored a solid · ictorv. His ta was rained out. : manager, Marv Jenson, 'called I ( - Don Nicholas stole his 71st bise- : "ex "the uncrowned heavyweight '· , ." the l a t e ram* fn X f a m n h i r *..u i c h a m n i n n i*if IV,* ,-,npT.] u. i '*^ Lonjt Beach, Calif.-(/P)-Tv.-o Ne-v . ,,, York women contest today for lhe i n o' t ' ^'j,' , a , i n t e r n a t i o n a l long distance pipe-, him along so smoking title. Mrs..Hug Gnam, . TU ^^ 6 '"* p«nofl. , They are reported to'he expecting I their first child In November. ^i U i!i" J '' ' he ' v M - V| * tocll ' has : contributed several theusind dollars to Carmine Vlngo, i fighter who came near dying and wis long hospitalized ifltr being kiy- oed by Mirciino it Madison fiklV M /!*" in '* 48 ' H « h " ' taken his falher out of the Brock- i ton shoe factory where he worked and will send a kid brother to college nexl fall. There seems. In fact, lo be nn P " agiinst Rocky. It wis that Weill brought lutlously ind piried | , -·· ----' 7 i^on i\icnoias sioie nis / i s t bise - ucx ln e uncrowned heavvwe eht play as he caught a pop bunt and in , ht 1ate f j m e for Memphis and ; champion of the world. He has *· "· * - w i , w « a i 7 ana pirirfl him in a number of matchtt which were, shill we say, lusptct. We I Am Grateful I REPIAT that I am not a candidate of any in* dividual, f roup or ir»Ur«it. Your contirmtd rott and support in th* run-oH will b« linctrcly aa- prtciattd. William L Bush CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY JUDGf Mitltal ad paid for by William L. iush, Lincoln, Ark. in inw idic c«i^c ior mempnis and *-'iaiiujiun "i ine v/oriu. ne has i , r . -- -needs only 10 more to tie the ' ''**! both Cherles and the pies- 1 '" kskl11 - are ran «« d slon « with :.,,ii,.TM 1 r,.._ : -- . t . . i s e n t chan-p. Jersey Joe Waicnti " a "" ut *"" m a ' r contestants lor the !__ _ ' . . ' . " ... (.Ull. . (:.],, _ _ , , , u . l j l... T1-..I c _ . _ : _ 1 . Jenson said he will now line up a Layne-Walcott the "race to ! September, first placf. gn in Louis Browns. As a result, the j ChaVtanooga""iost "to third pTaVe i Orleans' Jack Paenk. Indians now trail .he idle New New Orleans, «-4. and now "lags ^ home ,'hree runs " ^ork Yankees by only l\i games. · two and a half games in rear of Browns Blow Lead The Brownies fell on Bobby knocked Feller and Lou Brissie to open up Chattanooga. , . - ,, -- -- , - ··-·· ·----- ··· ·-- i ui . Mobile whipped Nashville. 5-1 the Crackers. New Orleins is only - Jim Marshall, Nashville fir=t base- .001 percentige point back of A ciicj «iiju j-iuu 01 lisic LU upen u^i . an 8-0 lead in the first two in- I "ings but the Indians came back | and finally tied the score in the ' ninth on Larry Doby's three-run homer. Glynn's second major l«gue homer gave Early Wynn his 14th victory and Dave Madison his second loss. Bain washed nut the Boston Red Sox-Yankee and the Philadelphia* Washington ni^ht parnes in the American. Chiraxo came from behind (wire ts sweep a t w i - n i u h t double-head- «' from Detroit, 4-3 and 2-1. Thorpe Hospitalized Wilh Heart Condition Henderson, Nev. - fjpi . J j m Thorpe, 64. the old-time football treat and Olympic games stir, today was undergoing treatment for a heart ailment in Rose de Lima Hospital. " His physician, Dr. J. F. Coogan, said Thorpe's condition was serious but not critical. Thorpe was unconscious when hrouchl to th* hospital. He was placed in'an oxy- jen tent. Thorpe operates a smnll bar known as Ihe Jim Thorpe Resort near Henderson. i He was voted Ihe t;rea(est male ! a-lhletp in The Associated Press, rnld-cr-ntiiry poll, t i A basts loaded double by New man, made an error in the n i n t h which opened the way for three unearned Mobile runs. ·?T- 1 .1 i l Block Duster · title now held by Paul Spaniola, I 39, f a t h e r of nine children from Flint, Mich. Spaniola kept his pipe going for 88 minu'es two seconds to win Ihe litle last year. Mrs. G u a m has five yeirs experience as a pipe smoker and Mrs. Alderman has been p u f f i n g av.-ay for three years. BOWL FOR HEALTH Benton Bowling Lines-- AdT. i Ion. After deduction W of th« i cosl nf the money tnnafer, '«·» Eldson sent J1.2H*r.«*r'' Whether some one Th**kxhtrr, down for a bogus Ofl-day i^t-mi tending furlough while atr the urjdy Manning, as BUho* ---- · claims, is i question for tha r i Jury In deride. I Bl«hip Mid he endorsed , I Western Union check «nd habd I I I »nd Km cash to Ihe alleged L lermediary. A phoiostille espy) lhe check shown Ihal It bears M i single endorsement -- that W. T. Blihop. One physical fact It that record of such clemency evi i reached Superintendent Hernia*] Cummins. If any bom fide »IB I had hern issued. Henslte i-ou Invi had lo know iheut It. Oth wi«o. he would hive h«en loelb. for liialvip when the liner fail! : to' rrlurn al lhe expintion of t| ... . . .... . FOR FOOTBALL THRILLS IN 1952 See Four Arkansas Razorbacks in Action Utt thii opplicati.n blank -- and purchaM your ticket, at one« .,.-,_ ! orricE'Vrx'onD AMOtfNT . 'Do not write in thlsspcicei A«T»rlh» In tin TIMES--H car*. IVERYTHING M M* tumm FAYirriVILU IRON and MITAL CO. iCE'-lriCltlTS Oct. 25 -University of Musi»sip»i I a.fO OUT or STATE rjAMM"" 1---- l _Texis r Autlin_!_ 3.«o St_'_.V«0 Nov. 22--Univ. of Tulaa---Tulsa INSURANCE TOTAL ill r*d*ril ind Stile tines ATHIETIC OfFICI MANAOH, IOX IJ», UNIVIKflTT ITATIOW, MYITTIVIUI, ARK. WIA$I CHKK IF YOU AM R«t*ri«li Club M«mb*r .......... (Y*«r) Alumni (AP Wirephoto) Nam* Strttt .. t h a i HtntlMU . -.. an escaped eonvlc ci-mher .in md began I nation* : search for him. I flishop boaH-d an Amarlt Airlines plane n Adims Field lhe night of. IHcember U md fit to Reno, Nev. There he trin fen-ed to i italn ind went ti coma, Wash. Me proceeded from Tacomi Sumncr. Wish., a distance of p miles. Then he got transportatii i to the home of his brother. H. Bishop, a smeller worker who address is Route I. Bo* 1M , nor. Bishop inlved at hia broth« home Christmas Eva. tubatain events and convention something Ilk* Ihls^ "Im on a Ghrlstmu fiii.o, ind thought I'd come out to j j you," Tuck said.. ( I "How long will you b« nut' asked Ihe brother. "Ten days. I'm due hack «n D cembar JB." } Thai didn't sound like Tuck hi . a »n-day extension In his pocW He remained at his brethti home until Dertmber 2« While i Sumner he bought a pistol frei Hardware Dealer Glno fabiani "Yoii-d better get rid of th; gun, Bishop's brother advised : i But Tuck kept it. 1 Ht told hU brother "I'll ha£ to leave to-ity 'December 2«l t I m going to mak- it back to Cunt mlns before my furlough runs 01 I Dtsember 29 On second thouj I I mluht nnt go Back it all." "You-re crjjy." the brother sa I in effect. The brother slid Tuck did n mention a DO day furlough durli ; Although Tuck insisted later th h' had given this paper to h brother, ih- latter denied il. The brother said Tuck left Di ^tmber 2S, ftmarking: "I've 'ui got time to get back to Cummins Instead, Tuck headed for Aluki Ht ntxt wai heard from wht utih officers arrested him a charges of killing two miners .- In a lett-r lo lhe C5az«ttl ! wrltlen frnm a county jjil wh» h e - w a s awaiting transfer tu th" : dnih house. Bishop said ht f ' fl.SM to i "stile senator" la 1 turn for in txttaded furletj, Ht did not mention i camMli fund In this letter «r during en verfltlonf with Gazett, rt _^ *entitiv« m V'ah. The chart* appeared in i subsequent Hat* men! t h a t notarized in UO) leath, h n u ^ e . a u d publiclzad t\3 diys'hefore t h e July 2» prefers* !lal p r i m a r v in Arkansas « Hcnslce said "Turk might h-?4 paid »l,son for ,1 goad lurloua* hut ht never would hive p.ntti with a d l m t u n t i l he got tha fut lough and satisfied hlmtelf that · was genuine. I know he didn't * a 9H-diy extension berauai would have had to r* nirtlflM The Grand Jury knew all !h«s« things when It niioN. had i reason for "^'rmirni I Inquiry Into nlhtr fktMiaf II · C«M. But i (artial r£ft Vwl ·Ht b«, n jiutifirt litkt |M ·f iht evUeaee ^ , 'falitlcil 14 M id (ir i , Mtth.for.c5»vtnwr ~

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