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PAGE EIGHTEEN DAILY CLARION-LEDGER, JACKSOI7, HISS. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1936 SEVERE TESTS GIVEN PACKARD On-Lookers Rarely Under stand Antics On Auto Proving Ground Some of the tests to which auto mobile engineers subject care are so severe as not to be understood at all when occasionally witnessed by the nublic. Besides its big. 500-acre proving ground at Utica, Michigan, where most of Lhe Packard testing is done, the Packard Motor Car company has a "junior" proving ground inside of its plant at Detroit. It is equipped with roads designed to impose terrific snooks on a car. All day an engineer had been testing front springs by driving a car at high speed over the roughest kind of a Belgian cobble stone road and applying brakes with their maximum power just as the front wheels of the car struck an especially hard bump. Each time the whole car leaped into the air. all four wheels clear of the road Aftaer each crash the test driver. Ray Barrow, made a careful inspec tion of the springs. A snectator on Harrier avenue which runs by the "junior" proving grounds watched the performance for fully a half hour and then ran to the watchman at the Harper avenue gate of the plant and breathlessly reported: "One of your drivers hs gone crazy. He's going to smash one of your new cars all to pieces and probably hurt himself. You'd better get some cops out here in a hurry and take care o; him." William Nichaolson, who as watchman at the Harper avenue gate for many years has seen Packard cars put through all kinds of difficult" tests, refused to get excited. The test continued through several days with an audience of amazed spectators lining the fence most of the time. COOPER'S WELL HOTEL NOW OPEN SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER EVERY SUNDAY DRINK COOPER'S WELLS WATER The Wonderful Malaria Preventative Bed Room Suites 4 piece Bed Room Suite $32.95 $1.00 Down, $1.00 Week Porch Rockers $2.95 Porch Swings $3.95 50 cents per week Special Discounts to Veterans Capital Furniture Co. 117 S. Farish St. Phone 3VJ3 Ask Us for Prices on a Home Cooling System Prices $89.50 and IPp Stuart C. Irby Co. 120 N. Congress St. Phone 4285 BRAKE SPECIAL 1. Clean and wash front wheels. 2. Repack with fibre grease. 3. Tighten U bolts ind spring hangev. 4. Sci entifically test and adjust brakes. $2.19 BETTER SERVICE A US V- MEN AND WOMEN Free Examination I specialize In catarrh, 6kln and blood diseases, kidneys, rheumatism, nerves, stomach, bowels, pellagra, heart and lungs. DR. J. S. ABNEY Specialist Orkin Bldg, Opp. Grant's Herbert Nunnery ATTORNEY Announces Removal of Offices To 1204-05 New Merchants Bank Building Professional Cards Jttotfotfots Ter jj, Jackson Wright & Ferguson At Our Hospital we give special attention to diet and care of sick and well animals. We have a modern operating room, sick ward, outside runs and exercising yards. DOG AND CAT CLINIC Clinton Blvd. - Phone 2826 Pr. . 2L Xftxrr Vnarr trr riroru RECEIVE (Continued from Page One) print or prints of as many pictures as you desire to "Amateur Snapshot Contest Editor, The Clarion-Ledger, Jackson". On the back of each picture print your name and address clearly -in ink and (he name of the class in- which, you wish the picture entered. . . See classifications listed below J .Entrants may submit as many .pictures as desired at any time during, the period of the contest. ...... 6. Each week- The- -Clarion-Ledger will pay $1.00 to- the winner in each of the four classifications. At the close of the contest. the final winner in each of the four classifications listed below - will . be chosen. These four winners will then be entered in the National Awards, where they will compete . for prizes totaling $10,000, ... 7. Before receiving the nnai awards in each-of the four class! firations. the entrant must sign a statement that- h picture has not and will not be- entered in any other contest. 8. The contest- Is strictly for ama teurs. Anyone living in the United States is eligible except employes of The Clarions-Ledger- and indi viduals or members of - families en- eaeed in the manufacture, sale, commercial finishing or profession al use of photographic goods. 9. Following are the classifica tions In which prizes will be award ed weekly and at the end of the contest: IMPORTANT: If you snap a pic ture which you expect to enter in the contest and in which a person or persons appears, be sure you get their names and addresses, xais information may be necessary In the event your picture is chosen as a prize winner. mas a. Children and Babies. Anv Picture in which the principal interest is a child or children, at play, asleep, laughing, working. In everyday clothes or in costume. Class B. Snorts, Hobbies, Kecrea- tions, Avocations, Action, Animais, Pets: Baseball, golf, tennis, motor boating, canoeing sailing, oeacn sports, airplanes, fishing, animal pictures, pets, gardening, iarmmg carpentering, etc. Class C. Scenes and sua lie Studies: Landscapes, marine views. city streets, travel or country scenes, architecture, interiors, "still ife." pictures of art objects, curios. cut flowers, fruit, etc. Class D. Informal portraits oi a finite' Pictures oi one or more persons, (close uo or full figure- n natural and apparently ' unposed attitude: character studies: genre rmustratlon of common nrei. ano pictures in which charm and per sonality of the subject are outstanding. " ' . 10. All entries ror tne urs weekly contest m"t be in The Clarion-Ledger eiiira by noon of Tuesday. July 7. Each weekly contest thereafter closes at Tuesday noon. Winners will be ClarEi School "HT7SINESS TRAINING PAYS" Standard Life Building DAY SCHOOL NIGHT ROOI and HOME STUDY COURSES Phone 6764 J. P. Clark. Prin Money Saving PRICES ON Lumber, Roofing and Millwork Complete Stoefc Prompt Delivery WARD LUMBER CO. Rankin Pike Phone 2665 SPECIAL! Wash, Polish and Vacuum Clean Today $2.50 South State St. at Pearl 1.00 DOWN 4 Post Bed, Vanity, Chest and Bench $34.95 Liberal Discounts for Cash Mississippi Furniture Co. 128 N. parish St. Phone 875 J. L. SPEED O. A. PURSER WATERMELONS ICE COLD Guaranteed Ripe Priced Right French Market House V. Barranco. Mgr.. The Old Reliable 328 W. Capitol St. Quality Ice Cream 25c Qfc. Cash and Carry Phone 2626 West Capitol a Moss Avenue ED. T. STEELE FAINTING, PAPERHANGING DECORATING Free Estimates . Prices Reasonable Phqne 2190 ill Senators Take Two Lickings CLEVELAND, July 4. It was a dreary noliday nere today lor tne weary Jackson Senators who took a double licking from the lowly Cleveland Athletics, 10 to 5 and 1 to 0. In the opening contest the Athletics slapped the offerings of three Jackson hurlers for 16 hits while the visitors proved not to be dangerous after the first inning. The nightcap was a thriller, going scoreless through the seven innings for which it was originally scheduled with Cleveland winning in the eighth stanza. This game was a hurling duel between . Rag-land and Jackson and Goodell for the locals. The latter came back strong after having been ineffective in starting the first game. FIRST GAME JACKSON AB R H PO A J. O'Neill lb 5 McDaniel If 5 Bobo 3b 5 B. Harper cf 4 Nelson rf 3 Rousieri 2b , 4 Adair ss 3 C. O'Neill c ........ 4 Ernesberger p ...... 2 Scherer p 0 Brayton p 1 Besse x ...... ..... "i 2 3 9 2 12 11 1113 0 13 1 0 110 113 3 0 0 14 0 13 1 0 110 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 37 5 11 24 15 x-Batted for Drayton in 9th. CLEVELAND AB R H FO A Borom ss .. . . . . . 3' 1 2 5 0 Davis 3b 4 1 3 13 Savierie lb I' 2 18 0 Vitter 2b 3 112 2 Rikard cf 52340 Haynes rf ........ 4 12 10 Bolton c ..'.'.... 5 0 1 1 0 Copeland If 4 12 5 0 Goodell p .......... 0 0 0 0 0 Powers p 3 1 1 0 1 TOTALS ....... 34 10 16 27 6 By innings: - Jackson 300 100 001 5 Cleveland . 100 250 llx 10 Errors Savtori, Enssnberger. Huns batted in Bobo 2, Nelson, Rikard,- Emsberger, Copsland;, Powers, Vitter, Haynes 3, Bolton. Copeland, DavisV McDaniels. Two base hits J. O'Neil. Bobo, Ems-berger. Bolton. Three base hits Rikard, J. O'Neill. Sacrifice hit Adair, Saviori. Double plays Adair to Rossery to J. O'Neill; Rousserie to Adair . to J. O'Neill. Left on bases Jackson 7. Cleveland 9. Innings pitched by Goodell 1-3 with three . runs 4 hits by Ernesberger, 4 with six runs 9 h!'s;.by Scherer, none with 2 runs 3 hits. Winning pitcher Powers. Losing pitcher Ernesberger. "Balk Ernesberger. Base on balls off Ernesberge 2, off Powers 1. Off Brayton 3. Strike out by Powers 5, by Ernesberger 2, by Dayton 1. Time 2:00. Umpires Gough and Dominique. Second Game JACKSON AB R H PO A J. O'Neill, lb 4 0 2 1 0 McDaniels, If 4 0 1 0 0 Bobo, 3b...' 4 0 1 0 1 G. Harper, cf ........ 4 0 0 1 0 Nelson, rf 2 0 0 2 0 Roussarie, 2b 3 0 1 4 2 Adair, ss 2 0 0 2 3 G, O'Neill, c 3 0 1 2 3 Ragland, p 1 0 0 13 TOTALS . 28 0 6x22 12 x One out, when winning run scored. CLEVELAND AB R H PO A Borom, ss 3 Davis, 3b 3 Saviori, lb 3 Vitter, 2b 3 Rickard, cf 3 Haynes, rf 2 Copeland, c 3. Bolton, If 3 Goodell, p 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 4 1 8 1 2 3 2 3 0 TOTALS 25 1 5 24 8 Score by innings: JACKSON 000 000 000 Cleveland 000 000 011 Errors Davis, Bobo. Runs batted in Copeland. Sacrifice hits . Rickard. Stolen bases McDaniels. Left on bases Jackson 7, Cleveland 3. Base on balls off Goodell 1. Strikeouts by Ragland 3, Goodell 3. Time 1:26. Umpires Dominique and Gooch. CLINTON BAPTIST SERVICES LISTED - Dr. J. W. Middleton, pastor of the Clinton Baptist church, will preach Sunday morning at 11 o'clock on tne subject, "Does No One Care for My soul?" In view of the large number of unsaved in our own land, not to mention those in other lands, the pastor will bring, to, the church a message to rekindle evangelism. Evening services at 7:30 o'clock. JOSEPH COLLIER FREE OF CHARGE Jackson friends of Joseph - Collier were congratulating him yesterday on coming free of charges of a statutory offense, the case having been investigated by the Madison county grand jury and found to be groundless. Mr. Collier is resuming his painting ' and decorating business in Jackson and can be reached at Telephone No. 4166. HIT AND RUN HONEYMAKER KEWANEE. M, July 4 (JPh-A bee which didn't even sting him sent Nick Ahr of Galesburg, 111., to the hospital. The bee buzzed around a truck driver's head. The distracted driver lost control of the truck, which struck Ahr's car. - Ahr suffered a fracture of the arm and several cuts on the legs. announced in the Sunday paper following. "All entries should be addressed to the Amateur Snapshot Contest Editor, The Cl&rion-Ledger, Jackson, Mite, " BASEBALL BAROMETER COTTON STATES RESULTS Cleveland 10-1; SENATORS 5-0. Helena 5-1; Clarksdale 2-4. Greenwood 5-4; Greenville 2-1. Pine Bluff 4; ElDorado 2., STANDINGS Team W L Pet. Pine Bluff ........ 48. 33 .593 Greenwood 42 38 .525 Helena .. 40 37 .519 ElDorado ......... 41 40 .506 Clarksdale ........ 38 42 .475 SENATORS 38 43 - .469 Greenville : . . 38 45 . .453 Cleveland 35 42 . .455 GAMES TODAY . SENATORS at Cleveland. Pine Bluff at ElDorado. , Helena at Clarksdale. Greenville at Greenwood. SOUTHERN RESULTS . Knoxville 2-2 1. Birmingham 8-1. Atlanta 12-4 .Nashville 3-3. New Orleans 3-2;. Chattanooga 5-1. Memphis 1-1; Little. Rock 0-8. STANDING Team : W Atlanta 55 Nashville .. 47 Birmingham ... - 41 Little Rock . .. .. 2& . Chattanoogc .. ..2.1 New Orleans 3.7 Memphis 35 Knoxville . . 31 L Pet. 26 .679 36 .567 40 .506 41 .481 41 .474 41 .474 46 .432 50 .383 TODAY'S GAMES Knoxville at Birmingham. Little Rock at Memphis. Nashville at Atlanta. New Orleans at Chattanooga. AMERICAN RESULTS Chicago 9-8; Cleveland 2-4. . New York 4-5; Washington 3-0. Boston 1-5; Philadelphia 0-4. Detroit 8-10; St. Louis 3-13. STANDING Team XV New Ycrk 51 Detroit ..' 40 Boston .. 40 Washington 39 L 22 33 34 35, 36 37 45 46 Pot .699 .548 .541 .527 .514 .479 .348 .333 Cleveland 38 34 24 23 Chicago .. . Philadelphia St. Louis .. TODAY'S GAMES Detroit at Si. Louis. New York at Washington. Cleveland at Chicago. Philadelphia at Boston. NATIONAL RESULTS New . York 7-3; Boston 6-11. . Philadelphia 9-4; Brooklyn 5-0. Chicago 3-4; Pittsburgh 2-7. Cincinnati 3-10; St. Louis 2-9. (second game 10 innings.) STANDING Team W L St. Louis .. ...... 44 28 Chicago .. ........ 43 26 Cincinnati .. ...... 33 31 New York 39 33 Pittsburgh 40 34 Boston .. .......... 34 40 Philadelphia .. .... 26 46 Brooklyn .. ........ 23 50 Pot. .639 .623 .551 .542 .541 .459 .361 .315 TODAY'S GAMES Chicago at Pittsburgh.. St. Louis at Cincinnati. Boston at New York. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. LOOKOUTS, PELS SPLIT TWO TILTS CHATTANOOGA, July 4 () The Lookouts and Pelicans split a double header here today, Chattanooga winning the first 5 to 3 and losing the second, 2 to 1. Ed Llnke and Ralph Winegarner, winning -pitchers, each paved the way for winning runs with hard doubles. Taft Wright regained the league lead at batting in runs, knocking in one. First game: . New Orleans 120 000 0003 7.0 Chattanooga 003 002 OOx 5 10 4 Perrin, Drake and Autry, Helf; Linke and Holbrook. Second game: New Orleans 002 0002 3 0 Chattanooga 000 001 1 5 0 Winegarner and Autry; Lanahan and Crompton. TIGERS TO MEET FAST CUBAN FOE Two thrilling' games are "promised Jacksonians when the Claybrook Tigers, champion colored team of the South, defend their title in League Park Monday and Tuesday nights against the Cuban Stars of Havana, only all-Cuban team touring the United States. In action with the Tigers will be Bill BalL one armed outfielder whose play in the outer garden is sensational. "Double Duty" Ratcliff will be whizzing some hot ones across the plate for the local squad, and is expected to give the Cuban batsmen plenty of trouble. Games will be called each night at 8:15, with admission charges of 25 and 40 cents. Seats will be reserved for whites. - PITCHERS STEAL TWIN BILL SHOW MEMPHIS, Tenn., July 4. WV-Memphis and Little Rock divided a double bill today before 1 a ' small holiday crowd as the pitchers stole the show with spectacular performances. Memphis won the .first game 1 to 0 and Little Rock - took the 7-inning nightcap 8 to 1. Lynn Nelson whitewashed the Travelers with : 7 : scattered hit -to CLARKSDALE AND HELENA DIVIDE L. B. Jones Holds Seaporters to Four Hits in Short Nightcap , CLARKSDALE, July 4 L. B. Jones held Helena to four hits and a lone run in the abbreviated nightcap of the holiday doubleheader today, giving the locals a split for the day. Helena won the opening game 3 to 0 ' behind the five-hit hurling of Zach Scheussler, while Clarksdale hit three Seaporter hurlers in the finals to win 5 to 1. - First Game CLARKSDALE AB R H PO A Rogers rf : 3 0 0 . 2 0 Walls 2b 4 Sutherlin If 4 Strohm lb .. 3 Hancock cf 3 Nagel 3b .'. 3 0 0 0 o; o o o o 3 4 10 1 2 1 4 . 0 Vaughn ss 3 oriswoid c Barham p TOTALS HELENA Harper cf Rhea If ... 3 3 .29 0 5 27 9 AB R H PO A ..5 1 2 4 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 0 1 2 12 0 0 2 1 0 5 1 0 Fairly 2b 3 Ostenberg 3b 4 Baker lb 4 Stotts rf .4 Wiesler ss 4 Whitney c 4 Schuessler p 4 TOTAL S. 37 3 9 27 14 Helena 200 100 0003 Clarksdale 000 000 0000 Runs batted in: Ostenberg, Baker, Wiestler. Two base hits: Baker 2. Nagel. Wiestler. Sacrifice hits: Fairly, Harper. Double plays: Wiestler to Fairly to Baker. Harper to Baker. Left on bases: Clarksdale 4, Helena 7. Base on balls: off Schuessler 2. Struck out: by Schuessler 5, by Barham 4. Time": 2:10. Umpires: Mackey and Cate. Second Game CLARKSDALE AB R H PO A Rogers, rf .... 4 Walls, 2b 3 Sutherlin." If 3 Strohm, lb 4 Hancock, cf 4 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 2 1 0 1 11 2 3 0 5 0 1 0 0 4 1 0 ::agel, 3b . raughn, ss checle, c . Jones, p .. Totals 3 3 3 3 0 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 30 5 10 2111 HELENA Harper, cf ...... AB R H PO A . 3 0 13 0 0 0 10 0 0 3 1 1111 0 15 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 4 18 5 Rhea, If 3 Fairly, 2b 3 Ostenberg, 3b .3 Baker, lb 3 Stotts, rf 3 Wiesler, ss 2 Whitney, c .1 Kerksieck, p ......... 0 Pritchard, ............ 1 x-Clawitter .. 1 Prizina .. 0 'Totals ......... 23 x-Batted for Pritchard in 9th. By innings: , Helena 000 010 01 Clarksdale 410 CjO x 5 Errors Strohm, Baker, Wiesler. Runs batted in Sutherlin, Strohm 2, Vaughn, Hancook, Stotts. Two base hits Rogers, Sutherlin, Osten berg. Double plays Walls to Vaughn to Strohm 2; Walls to Strohm. .Left on bases Clarksdale a? Helena 1. Innings pitched by Kerkseick 0 with 4 runs 3 hits; by Pritchard 4 with 1 run 5 hits; by Prizina 2 with 0 runs 2 hits. Losing pitcher Kerksieck. - Wild pitch Pritchard. Base on balls off Kerk sieck 1. Struck out--by Pritchard 4; by Prizina 1. Hit by .pitcher oy Pritchard (Sutneriln). Umpires Cates and Mackcy. , Time 1:36. RITES CONDUCTED FOR TERRY CHILD Funeral services for . Jane Hammack,- 19-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Ham-mack, of Terry, were held from the County Line community Bap tist church at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. . '. The child died at a local hos pital at 8:30 Friday night after an illness of several weeks. Other than her parents, she was survived by three brothers, Prince, Billy and Jessie; two sisters. Alma and Betty, and her grand mother, Mrs. Viola Hammack, of Terry. Interment was made in the County. Line cemetery. ST. MARKS PLANS ANNUAL BAZAAR St . . Marks Episcopal church will hold its annual missionary bazaar July r 13-18, is the' announcement of its rector, A. Buxton Keeling. The purpose of the annual affair is to attempt to raise funds for the mission field. Buxton states that the bazaar promises to be larger and' more entertaining this year than ever before. 4 He invites the public to be present during these six nights of fun and feasting. the opener - and although the Chicks got but four hits off ' Lee Rogers, they bunched them in the sixth Inning to shove over the winning run on Grace's sigle. Alpha Brazle pitched perfect ball for six innings in the abbreviated game while the Travelers pounded Holley and;Frazier for 1. hits,: one a home run by Malay. First game: Little Rock 000 000 0000 7. 0 . Memphis 000 001 000 li 4 0 Rogers, Hunter and Dickey; Nel son and Powell. . Second game:. Little Rock 221 200 14:15 .1 ' Memphis 000 000 11 3 1 .Brazle and -Rice: -Holley,. Frazier and Haley. PHILLIES TAKE DOUBLE-HEADER Beat Dodgers in Slugfest 9-5, Then Take Pitchers' Battle 4-0 PHILADELPHIA, July 4 (SV-Combining heavy hitting In the first game with brilliant pitching in the second, the Phillies won "the slugfest and then a pitchers' battle to defeat Brooklyn in both ends of a doubleheader today before 14,000 fans. The score In the first game was 9 to 5 and in the second 4 to 0.' The double defeat pushed the Dodgers to 3 1-2 games behind the victors In the league cellar. To win the first tilt the Phillies smacked three Brooklyn hurlers for 13 hits and took an 8-0 lead in the first five innings. Camilli and Sulik led the attack with three and four hits respectively. Claude Passeau, young righthander, started his first game of the season after brilliant relief duty and held the Dodgers to seven hits and no runs while Johnny Moore's tenth home run of the year with Sulik on base in the sixth inning scored the winning runs off Watsor Clark. First Game BROOKLYN AB R H PO Frey. ss 5 112 Cooney, cf 4 1 1 2 Stripp, 3b 4 3 3 3 4 1 2 1 1, 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 3 0' 2 2 0 O 0 0 1 0 Hassett, lb .... Watkins, If .., Bucher, 2b .... Bordagaray, rf Berres, c ...... Fhelps, c Brandt, p ..... Baker, p E. Wilson x .. Jeff coat, p .... Gautreaux xx . TOTALS .33 5 7 24 12 x Batted for ri'ker in 7th. xx Batted for Jjffcoat in 9th. PHILADELPHIA AB R H PO Chiozza, 2b .......... 4 2 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 11 2 3 0 1 Sulik, cf 5 J. Moore, If ......... 3 Slein, rf 4 Camilli, lb .......... 4 Whitney, 3b ......... 2 Norris, ss ........... 4 Atwocd, c 1 Grace, c ............ 3 Bowman, p 3 2. Moore, p ........ 1 TOTALS . 34 9 13 27 13 Brooklyn 000 004 0105 Philadelphia 3C3 110 Olx 9 Error J. Moore. Runs batted in Klein, Camilli 4, Whitney, Grace, Sulik, Stripp, Hassett, Bucher, Bor-dagaray. Two base hits Sulik Camilli, Whitney. Home run Camilli. Left on base Philadelphia 5, Brooklyn 5. Base on balls off Bowman 3, Baker 1, Jeffcoat 1. Strikeouts Bowman 3, E. Moore 1. Brandt 1, Baker 1. Hits off Bow man 5 in 52-3 innings; e. Moore 2 in 31-3; Brandt 7 in 2 2-3: Baker 6 in 31-3; Jeffcoat 1 in 2. Hit by pitcher by Bowman (Watkins); by Jeffcoat (Chiozza). Wild pitch- Baker. Winning pitcher Bowman. Losing pitcher Brandt. Time 2:03 Umpires PinellL- Stewart and Pfirman. (Second Game) BROOKLYN AB R H O A Frey, ss. .... 4 0 2 1 4 Cooney, cf. ; 4 0 0 1 0 Stripp, 3b. 4 0 0 0 2 Hassett, lb. 4 0 1111 Phelos, c ...4 0 2 4 0 Watkins, rf. ,..3 0 1 1 0 Bucher, 2b, 4 0 0 5 1 Taylor, If. ; 4 0 1 10 Clark, p 2 0 0 0 5 E. Wilson, x. 1 0 0 0 0 Mungo, p 0 O 0 0 0 Gautreaux. xx. ,...:1 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 35 0 7 24 13 x Batted for CTscrk In 7th. xx Batted Tor Munjo in 9th. PHILADELPHIA AB R H O 5 6 4 0 6 1 1 4 0 A Chiozza, 2b. - 4 0 0 Sulik, cf. 3 2 1 J. Moore, If. 4 1 2 Klein, rf. 3 1 0 Camilli. lb. ...4 0rl Whitney, 3b. 3 0 1 Norris. ss ....2 0 0 Atwood, c- .....3 0 1 Passeau, p.. 3 0 0 2 0 2 3 0 1 Brooklyn ' Philadelphia 000 000 0000 000 002 02x 4 Error Sulik. Runs batted In- J. Moore 2, Camilli 2. Two base hits Atwood, Watkins. Three base hits Hassett. Camilli. Home run J. Moore. Stolen bases Sulik. Sacrifices Norris. Left on base Philadelphia 5, Brooklyn 9. Base on balls off Clark 2, Mungo 1, Passeau . 1. Strikeouts Passeau 4, Clark 2, Mungo 2. Hits off Clark 3 in 6 Innings; Mungo 3 in 2 Losing pitcher Clark. Umpires Stewart, Pfirman and PinellL Time 1:47. CITY CELEBRATES DAY OF INDEPENDENCE QUIETLY Jackson passed & Fourth of July with little activity yesterday according to reports from . all local quarters up to a late hour Saturday ' night. Police passed the day with less arrests ' than the average for weekends and the sheriff's office opened the Hinds county jail doors to but one prisoner. Hospitals here reported no emergencies during the day and police headquarters stated no automobile wrecks were investigated. Independence Day celebration by the customary display, of fireworks . was conspicuous by little activity in this manner. , Many . Jacksonians. took advantage of - the Saturday holi-. . day to celebrate the Fourth and weekend with out-of-town rela- tives and friends or in favorite . recreational centers. State, county and city public offices were closed Saturday and all business houses, with the exception, of grocery and -drug stoV-o; locked its doors. PAT (Continued from Page one)' era! months ago to take another federal position. Senator Harrison's comment on the Bilbo statement, issued Thursday morning, follows in full text: The opposition, in my absence from the state, attending to my duties at Washington, and notwithstanding the new Corrupt Practices Act, have been busy in their mad attempt to create prejudice against me, and lie about me. They are paid agents in some instances, brought down from Washington to spew their venom and spread the kind of propaganda they are told to spread. Before this campaign is over some of them may prove to be fine specimens to test the high purposes of the Corrupt Practices Act in this political war. It would seem that the attacks of the opposition would not be frontal, but they are employing flank movements and movements from behind. I have notfSed that the Holmes issue has teen raised, through the press. That is a closed book. That was settled by the senate with only three and one vote against Judge Holmes' confirmation. That record speaks for itself. Then the opposition' says that I should be retired because I have endorsed no one' as a successor to Holmes. Well, I have not. I have given no commitment, nor the A slightest intimidation as to whom I shall endorse, and I spurn any sug gestion that 1 would traffic for votes or favors in the endorsement of one to fill that place. I am trying to be fair with every applicant and lawyers who are not applicants. I shall not play politics with the Federal District Judgship, nor am I Oing to permit the opposition to play politics with the Federal District Judgship against me. I want to cee appointed to that high judicial place a lawyer of outstanding abil 1 1 I 1 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 ity, of unquestioned character, and &f high standing at the bar. I have told my colleague that be . . sion I would be glad to confer with him so that if possible we can have a meeting of minds. I intend to do that but I am not going to be rushed into it, and the administration of justice will not be affected by any delay in the endorsement I shall make. Why, the opposition , even finds fault with those whom I choose to select to go on the payroll of my office force. One thing sure, when anyone is appointed that I have a right under the law to appoint on my office payroll, or on the payroll of the committee over which I preside, they are going to get every cent that the law stipulates they are entitled to. They are going to get no more nor less. If I have cne dominant trait that may be called a weakness, it is grat- itude. It is one of the finest of all virtues. It indicates more'than any other trait the character of tne mail. I appreciated with all my heart the sacrifice that Judge Norflet R. Sledge made in resigning from the bench, a place which paid him $5,-000 a year, to take the management of my campaign and become associated with me. He is a brilliant, able, keen lawyer, and a man of the highest integrity and character. There became a vacancy In the work of my committee, due to the fact that another lississippian who had filled the place became one of the legal advisers to the Social Security Board. I appointed Judge Sledge to this vacancy. I wish that the place paid more than it does. After this campaign Is over he will be able to give more study to the work incident to the $3600.00 position, and will return with me to Washington when congress meets in January next year. If he does not like this place I may be able to get h'm a position in the Agricultural department "as postmaster general" at $6,000 a year, and I feel that Judge Sledge will demonstrate that gratitude ad loyalty witn which you good people know that he is endowed. Why, Judge Sledge Is not the only one working in this campaign for my re-election. I have brought practically all my office force down 0 0 0 from Washington, and those whom I have left there to attend to that end of the work will come down just as soon as possible. Not only Is my office force down here in the state helping me In my campaign for re-election, but my colleague has practically all the members of his office start In the 6tate. They are working for the pposl tion and every place I go I see his hired men behind me, watching, working and scheming against me. While Congress was in session some of them remained In the state employing their time and effort in a political crusade against me. Tney are on the government payroll. I had a vacancy two years ago on my office force and on the day following the election or my colleague to the United States Senate, without solicitation . from anyone, as an act of kindness, because I knew that his correspondence would be quite heavy; I placed Mrs. Lula Wimberly on my payroll, sne naa been in his services for years as his secretary. She remained on my pay roll until my colleague was sworn In in January of the following year. No protest was made by him then, but instead he uttered fulsome expressions of appreciation. . g TRIFLE OFF KEY vr SIERRA MADRE, Caf, July 4 (fp) Frances Scott Key, direct descendant of the author of The Star Spangled Banner," said her school teachers never had any trouble remembering her name. One of . them, she recalled, pon dered over her enrollment card, thought a moment, and said: Trances Scott Key oh, - yes, of course, 'Home sweet Home" s CASE DISMISSED DALLAS, Texas, July 4 (JPy B. B. Wilson, negro, was arrested on suspicion because he was the last man seen with Cleveland Giles, who disappeared after, receiving a $200 bonus. They took him to a cell and there found the missing Giles. Both released, they went off arm-in-arm to spend the remain ing money. OUR REDEEMER .r.ii vii.rx 1 in 11 fcsjuaa avuu x JiuXJi The sermon subject at Our Re deemer Evangelical Lutheran churci for Sunday morning is taken fror Acts 7, 54-8, 3. The pastor's topli will be, "Lessons From the Death c Stephen. Christianity's First Martyr." Members and visitors are reminded that the morning servlc begins at . eight o'clock. At 8 p. m. the congregation w hear the last of a series of sermon; on "Five Warnings For Ever Christian." The subject this Sun" day night will be "Beware of Ev: Companions." The text is recorde: in 2 Timothy 3. 1-5, 12-17. Sunday school for children an: adults is conducted each Sunda; morning from 9 to 10 o'clock. L Luker has charge of the Sunda' school. Our Redeemer church is locate on Broad at Fourth street. "I wd glad when they said unto me, lei us go into the house of the Lord. SPECIAL NOTICES OLD MATTRESSES MADE KeW AT JACKSON MATTRESS CO 324 Mill St. Phone 474 INNER SPRING MATTRESSES! A SPECIALTY FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED ALL WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED anj Repairs. Phone 3253 -J. 5-24-: IF YOU PLAN TO MOVE Please visit our local office oon as possible and sign an appJ cauon tor gas and electric servk for your new residence This wil facilitate promptness in fcavli - service ready for your use at yi nam Mlf4ini MISSISSIPPI POWER AND LIGHT CO. 246 East Capitol St. DINE & DANCE ine riace co Meez i The Place te Eat J Main and Private Dining Rooms, Jn W Canirol at Overhead BridR GRISSOM'S TEA R003IT Phone 9150 JACKSON AWNING PHONE 207 C( Lost and Found l LOST: White patent leather puri 1 in xvermingtons Fncay afte noon. Finder please mail same wit c mMLj' ? TV state stre Apartment n 7-5-1 Personal RHEUMATISM If you suffer from- - rheumatisnv no matter now severe or no'4 Chronic SEE ME Natural. dmH less methods that, remove the causJ 1 . ... . .4 sew xcauius wiien omer ureal ment fails. DR. C. J. OVERTON. Chiropractd raone ibz 22J Amite St LOSE 7 pounds weekly. Safe, inex pensive. Write Dr. Wendt. Can axl ton, S. Dak. 7-5 FREE I Stomach Ulcers, Gas pa indigestion relieved quiV. Ge free sample doctor's prescriptio; uaga, at Patterson's Fbarmacy. 7-26-1 WANTED WANTED OOLD AND SILV1 Pay full value in spot cash bORAKD JEWELRY COMI7 213 E. Capitol St. WANTED: Large bedroom young gentleman, close In. Wv snare apartment with young co. pie or young gentleman- L. Wei ster, Walthall Hotel. 7-4- W ANTED: Singer Sewing machine Must be in A-l condition. Stal lowest price and model. Box Clarion Ledger. 7-4-BRING your mot asses to us once. Highest prices paid trade. Outlet dales Companj 5-13-3 WANTED: Young man to roo with another: Front room, lat atory, good meals. Reasonab rates. 418 High street. Pho 1539. 7-4- AUTOMOBILES Accessories REPAIRED TIRES 4.75 x 19 SI 5.25 x 18 $: USED TUBES 50c M. & U. TIRE COMFAN South West at Pascagoula Used Cars USED CAR MARKET IS READY f A Big Stock of Clean Cars I MODEL A FORDS v V8 FORDS V CHEVROLETS PLYMOUTHS Lowest Prices .... Terms We Trade USED CAR MARKET A. J. HUFFMAN, Mgr. Pearl St. Near Tower Bldg. USED CAR BARGAINS 1 1936 Chevrolet Coach 1 1935 Chevrolet Sedan 3 1331 Ford Coaches 4 Chevrolet Trucks 2 Ford Trucks ,3 International Trucks BRADLEY Terry Road rtccs x

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