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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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-s; NMTMWIST ARKANiA* TIMB, Wife No. U Sues Burlesque Actor; Says He Married No. 16 Without Getting Divorce Thwnfey, Atfflwf It, tftt Oakland, Calif.-(/P)-Francis Van Wie, San Francisco's unique gift lo the history of romance, was behind bars today--accused of marrying wife No. 16 without di. vorcing No. 15. But the 66-year-old ex-streetcar conductor didn't give up without literally sloping the show at . an Oakland burlesque theater, where ht was appearing in an act billed, "My True Love Life." When two Los Angeles police officers, equipped with a bigamy warrant for his arrest, showed up at the theater )ast night. Van Wie was no where to be found! But after a while the program stopped-* rnbvie was on at the time--the lights came on, and Van Wie's manager,. Walter Hale, appeared on the stage. "this loveablc. innocent little character is going to give himself up." he announced. With that, the rotund Van Wie, better known as the Ding Dong Daddy of the D Car Line, appear- Lookouts Increase Lead Over Crackers In Southern Race (By the Aatociated Preti) ChaUanooga's Southern Association leaders are back in stride today, despite numerous cripples and a suspended star. Their lead is back to two full games. The Lookouts banked Birmingham on Jim Pearce's six-hit h u r l - ing last night, 3-0, and picked up a game and ; half over Atlanta, which bowed twice to Nashville. 6-4 and 9-1. The Mobile Bears are back in (he first division. They knocked Memphis out of fourth place by clipping the Chicks twice, «-2 and 5-2. Mobile is only two games ed on the stage and blurted "All I can say--" His attorney interrupted and marched Van Wie down the center aisle to the waiting officers. He was jailed after failing to post tlle nightcap to assure Wadt $10.000 bail. Browning his 13th victory. The arrest warrant, issued on Atlanta's p e n n a n t hopes ran the complaint of Mrs. Martha ' headlong i n t o seven Nashville Van Wie. 67. of Long Beach.! homers and some gopd pitching. back of third-place New Orleans. Bill Antoncllo and Don Zimmer blasted in seven of Mobile's I I runs, each getting a home run in charged Van Wie with marrying Mrs. Amelia Pritchard, 73, in Las Vegas. Nev.. without h a v i n g . d i - vorced the Long Beach Mrs. Van Wie. Today's Market-- The Crackers left 21 runners on base--12 of them in the «v«n-in- ning opener. The Little Rock Travelers socked three New Orleans hurlers for 15 hits and a 10-3 win, despite Fran!: Thomas' 30th homer. Johnson scattered seven Pelican hits. low qualifying score .asl Monday.' Mits Wright twice had to come · from behind before defeating Miss Bell in their semi-final. She was ] one down at the sixth but evened | the count at the eighth with a par i four. ! They made the t u r n even, with j each carding a one over par 38. j Miss Bell went one up with a par three on the 10th, but had trouble with her shots to tht jrreen and ' lost the next three holes to Miss i Wright's pars. They played the next four holes in par figures lo five the£alifornia girl the victory. Eagles And Lions Unbeaten For Tilt At Little Rock Both the Philadelphia Eagles and the Detroit Lions, who tangle in War Memorial Stadium Satur- t day night, have yet to taste defeat on the gridiron this year. The Little Rock clash will be the second exhibition game for each team. Philadelphia and Pittsburgh battled to a scoreless tie in rain and mud last week. Detroit was not extended in beating the Chicago I Cardinals, 28 to 13. at Amarillo, Texai, Monday night. How They Stand (87 The Asvoriated Pres) AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. New York _....70 50 .583 leveland THEY HAVE GOOD REASON TO SMILE TRUMAN AGREES- j Claims Cannon Caused Trouble f a t r t l t v U l e Ind-IJPi-A b l a n k i. "*' '""" '" *TM"' m ^^ "· -'"I "f his ' CONTINUE!) FROM I'/.CJB O N K | the key of ihc campajgn. Of cnurj-e ' lie will he A target.of K i K e n h o w p r jiiirl his L-tihnrts. T r u m n n snid. ' must run on the record of T r u m n n j and nnn.'-'ovt'lt a d m i n i s t r a t i o n s . He said he couldn't cftmmrnt im , , Stevenson's, statement yesierdaj' ; cuit (Jourt yriOrrda Ihiit rnrruptirm has hren "proven" In exist in W a s h i n g t o n hrrausp he hfidn'l seen an article on il. As for Kismhower's re.mirk yesterday at Boise. Idaho, t h a t the iidminlstntion is a p p l y i n g "the philnsophy of the loft," Truman said he h a d n ' t read either, or the Republican nominee's s'.jie- m r n t thai tlip government dries e v e r y t h i n g but come in and w;ish t h r housewife's dishes. That. T r u m a n s a i d , will he cmi« i n t o rather carefully a little later on, but it will be on the stump, not at a news conference. AdterliM In Ihf TTMtft- It pan. damages of W 14.44 from Ff.hl a:H Paul Mil^ournf, Wm' b*rs nl the Brookviile Anjefctn said (he Letionntlres tirtd the cannon i n p » parade *t tn^lpn- spoil* two yeirs a^o. He aMHfted he was only six inchti from lh« p,mts. Thnm an Lee of I n r l i d n a p n l u n:l1 "-'*- *nd the blast ruined his , - h a r ^ H in F r a n k l i n County Clr- * 2 ° lr " 1:3rrV He arkl * (; " crtst ' STRAIGHT ·OURftON WHISKIV I* AftttKA. MKUM COMUIT, «. . film. *,. Golf Reaches Final Round St. Loult Llveitotk National Stockyards. Ill.-Wl- i 11 m i n r (USnAJ-Hogs 7.500: slow: bar- J U n l ° r rows and gilts 190 )bs up 35 to 50 lower than Wednesday's average; lighter weights 25 lo 75 lower with some light pigs off more; '· sows steady to 25 lower; choice j 190-230 Ibs unsorted for grade mostly 22.00-15; several loads to .' Pebble Beach, Calif.-WJ-Bar- shippei-s and butchers mostly I bara Mclnlire and Mickey Wright, choice Nos. i and 2 200-225 Ibs ' h "° 17-year-old girl golfing stars 22.25; 240-270 Ibs 21.00-85: few to i who have been runners-up before, 22.00: 280-300 Ibs 20.25-75: 170- i battled it out Thursday for the 180 Ibs SO.50-21.30: 150-170 I b s : National Junior championship In 19.00-20.75: 120-140 Ibs 16.50-18.- an 18 hole match at the Monterey 50; sows 400 Ibs down 17.50-18.25; Peninsula Country Club course. mostly 18.00 down: heavier sows 15.50-17.25; boars 11.50-15.00. ; Cattle 3,000: calves 800; small «upp!y of cattle encountering limited early demand with general undertone wrak on steers, heifers and cows although scattered gales about steady; bulls and vealers unchanged; few commercial and good steers and heifers 25.00-30.00; utility and commercial cows 18.0021.00; canners and cutteri; 13.0018.00; utility and commercial bulls fS.00-J3.50: good and choice veal- ers 28.00-33.00; sorted prime to 35.00; utility and · commercial vealers 22.00-27.00. Miss Mclntirc. from Toledo, Ohio, lost out for ,Ihe U. S. G. A. junior crown in last year's finals, '·'/right, a tall, long-ball Ijitter from LaJolla," Calif., was the losing finalist in 1»50. The Ohio girl won her semi- final'match Wednesday defeating the co-medalist snd tournament sensation, 14-year-old Anne Quast of Everett, Wash.. 2 and 1. The winner was three Over par for the Boston . 62 Washington 62 Chicago 82 Philadelphia 60 St. Louis--.. ___ 80 Detroit . 39 Wtdnndtr'i Rtiulti Cleveland 18! ftoston 8. Chicago 12, New York 3. Philadelphia 4. Detroit 3, night. St. Louis at Washington, night postponed, rain. 50 53 56 58 56 70 80 STEEIWORKM Frank Hcyard. 72. of Cnr.ion. Ohio, smiles happily a f t e r he had been awarded the Preriuenl's Mcdul by the Nnlional Safety Council for saving the life of Terry Uohrtr. 11 months, with whom he is pictured. The baby fell into a wading pool nprl had lost cutisc-iotisness when found by his mother. Heyard applied artificial respiration and kept at it until he revived the child. ( / i i t c r j j n f i n i i a l ,Vounflp/iofoJ .517 .417 .329 NATIONAL LEAGUE W Brooklyn _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 7 5 New York ___________ 68 5t. Louis. ___ 69 Philadelphia ____ 63 Chicago ------------ 58 Boston .49 Pet. .604 .602 .435 .543 .402! .426 .420 .287 j Cincinnati so Plttiburlfh .., . 35 Wtdaeaair'i Niiulh Brooklyn f Cincinnati S. Philadelphia S, Pittsburgh 1. St. Louli I, Boston 2 tnight. called 7U Innings rain'. I New fork ft Chicago, post-: poned, rain. ' ' SOUTHERN ^SIOCIATION W L Pet. Chattanooga 73 98 i _·". 73 02 Irleani tt 84 Mobile (6 (5 YOU CANT FOOL A FOOD BUDGET! t v ' r y smooth-running plan for economy knows that a l l - p u r p o s e M R S . TUCKER'S SHORTENING ii trifle thrifty. Thi» ONE Shortening does the work of three. It is BETTER for baking, frying and seasoning. Pamper your b u d g e t a n d a p p e t i t e s with MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING. Memphis ...«7 «7 Nashville 44 68 Little Hock 62 70 .567 ,S41 .5/9 .504 .500 .465 .410 head choice at 6.50. HIGH JACKER--Inventor .Vincent Paolucci. of Cleveland, Ohio, points to his new hydraulic car jiirlt. All you have to do When you get a flat, he says, is to press a button on the dashboard, then get out and watch the car go up without an ounce of work on your part. Your Desserts Will Never Be Better Than the Sugar You Use! I 17 holes played. ,. . . _ | Miss Wright finished two over i Birmingham ..~~I»57 77 .23 : par for 17 holes whil; defeating W«dn«dar'i Rtiulti ! 15-year-old Judy Bell of Wichita, Little Hock 10, New Orleans 3. I Kan.. 2 and 1. The California girl Chattanooga 3, Birmingham 0. Sheen 1.200: early bids on ipring played the most consistent golf of I V . v - i f . .'. Atla " ta 4 - ' lambs lower but no sales: slaugh- ! the tournament lo reach the finals, I M °bi'e 6-5. Memphli 2-2. ter e\ves unchanged; cull to good ; being six over par for a total o f ' -. .... _, «.,»_.. ewes 4.50-6.50. including also odd . 71 holes. It included her two over PLASH FLOODS -' par 76 v/hich e av ^ her a tie for | CONTINUED rnoM !AG£ ONE I Then I saw rapids ahead. Waves i were hitting obstructions and I thin things, and waves were six | feet high. Big timbers went past me--some bridges had been hit upstream and torn apart. Thlnki of Wife "I thought I'd never see another day. I thought of my wife. Once in a while I'd come out on top of the water and grab a lung full of ai r and then I'd get sucked back under. SAVI THIS RICIPE FOR PEACH COBBLER Mpw It the time to star juicy, fddtn peaches in your dessert menu. You'll win plenty of compliments when you follow this Domino recipe for tantalizing- $«tet peach cobbler, And you'll Me why Domino it America'! fmrile 5U|arl t% nft Domino Enlra Fine GnuwlaM Sugar I bf. ctanaax* · t Aiff. IwMtr 3 cifi llkt4 frttk frtckei I c»» tHttt all-awym flour 8"x 8"x2" pan; iprinkle with sugar fnittur: and do! with 4 tbipt. butter. Sift together 1 cup flour, baking powdtr and salt. Cut in shortening with 2 knivei or pastry blender. Add enough milk to hold ingrtdicnlstogether.Patout dough on lightly floured board lo fit pan. Place dough over fruit. Score in serving-sire piece). Dot with remaining buutr and iprinkk with 2 itop. Domino Sugar. Bake in hot own, 425'F., 30 mm. Serve warm or cold. You'll ilwiys be proud of the wonderful treats you make with Domino Pure Cane Sugin. lMp.Dw*»EmnM Mix UMlNr IM cun Domino Ycu'llllkt DMnlM'i imoetk' l«ilrn ynHty. Hm puchea to AMHICA'i UROIST tllllNO SUOARS "About 300 yards downstream i j from the sandbar, the flood wash- I 1 1 ed me up against the bank. I tried | to get out ol the water and almost made it, then fell hack and the current caught me again. I held j onto a rock. I couldn't pull myself out. Then 1 saw a soldier's leg approaching. Then I saw a hand reaching for me. He pulled me out. I laid there for a minute and then noticed the water was getting higher. We had to get going and climb the bank. He helped me. "We climbed the bank. « n d ! honestly, climbed into an old minefield, still full of mines. By that time. I was too tired and sick lo care. We got through the minefield without stepping on a n y thing." The 45th Division originally was made up of Oklahoma National Ouardsmen called to active duty, but in recent months it has bo*- come something of a rainbow division, with soldiers from all over the United States making up Its rank:. YOU ACTUALLY SAVE REGULAR COST ON EVERY ROLL! EVENT!!! Buy one roll of any pattern, on display, at the regular price of 22c or more and we wi a second roll of the same pattern at no additional cost. ALL NON-FADING : An important development in the fertilizer industry is the use ef liquid nitrogen fertilizer for direct application on crops. ATHLETES FOOT GERM. HOW TO KiLL IT. 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