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EfLYTHEyiLLE COURIER NEWS Hit DOMINANT NEWBPAPEll OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AN^SOlfTHKAR,. M.^^i ' ^ '*-*• TT ^ ARKANSAS ANU SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXXIII—NO. 170. Blythevllle Courier Blylhevllle Herald Blythevlllo Dally News Mississippi Valley Lender B1AT1IEV1L1,K, AUKAN'SAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBKK 2, 1930 SINGLB COPIKS FIVE CENTS YANKEE ATTACK CRUSHES GIANTS, -.... —— --—-— — . -,—] i___ •_____ . 7 Attended Birth of Sext-uplets fllL-lERIEI ilDLf Fair Weather and Free Admission, for Children' Bring Out Thousands AT THE FAIR i Teulf hi— Horse show and ./Vice Sisty in front of grand- slant!. Saturday— Final afternoon of rp< inv. Fireworks prusiniin at r-'Kh', including,' reproduction ot nni'al lialtlc. . ; Si-mlay— Horse show In front rf Die grandstand from 2 lo G 1*. M. General admission Tree Sunday to all under 1C. Fnir --weather and free admis- rton for all school children brought the biggest • day-time crowd of 'the week to Ihe Mississippi County Fair todriy and' J. Mell Brooks, secretary. predicted at 2 o'clock tills afternoon that total attendance for the clay might rcacli l^COO. Judging or the swine and eat- llc exhibits, in which there lias been cois"3dcrable Ir^ere/it, was on today's schedule, and two of the feature races of the week's track program— [lie free-for-all pace and the Hotel Noble Derby, the- latter a mile and a quarter Tiinnins event — were to take place tills afternoon. Tonight the horse show, which opened last night, will continue in tiie ring in ' front of the grandstand with Alice Eisly, gqirl ictleo pel former, furnishing new. thrills. Sunday will be the big! day of the horse show but the preliminary events are attracting I much interest. Those who saw last, night's program were particularly impressed with the num- .ber ami .quality, of the entries In: the , walking class'. ;• Mosl.vOf them' were, Mississippi ."-county '-'- F. 'I IN JERSE1 Washington Sounds Out Tumu'tuous Demohstratibri ' Latin Countries on Outlawing Unofficial Wars i | WASHINGTON, ' Oct. 2 (UP) — . The United Stales,, in the intn-- est of maintaining peace in the western hemisphere, is nox confidentially' sounding leading Latin- American - nations on 'a sweeping draft convention of neutrality to outlaw unofficial wars and block credits lo belligerents.'.(lie United Press learned exclusively, today. 'I he text of the proposed draft convention wr.T given In confidence informally lo various diplomatic envoys here for transmission .to (heir respective gov- rv,.,, r .,,t 5 f 0 .. S | u< |y nn( | 0 [v;|, rva _ tion lxifo."e the Inter-American |:tace conference . convenes .at Buenos Aires on December 1. In essence It-seeks lo mcdcrn- I be the peace machinery of • the hcmlspr. Alfonso Plans J a Homecoming as President .Dedicates New Medical Center j JCTSFJY CITY, Oct. 2; (UP)-- Presldent Franklin O. , rioosevelt i I'clved r>: hv'i \^.'\ us , bv'(.|!ci here lixlny • In.-a brief visit dining which Ije, dedicated new., unit of the Jersey:.City medicaljcciilc and - used the occasion! .10 . di fend the newly passed : social SC T curlty act.' . ,' ; *•'.;.' ; ; FLV! thousand people him declare that the " social • ss' cmlty act gave great aid in i jinn ircting 'public health ' and/ had the endorsement p( mrdlci'l pro'ersion. thousands of cheering citizens lined j nicsL of' th? Fcoi'es of I route his automobile .took! to the cenlcr. : ' | 'Ihe demonstration, carefully planned bv Mayor Frank Hnjiuj; loss of this so'tdly Democratic ,. ,. , , , ,.clty, was one of (he wildest ever would first pledge the na- MC11 ,„ New Jcrs ; j '" «f 1'acins! Children thcrr Him - , Denies Madrid Reg! m Stands for Red Rule: Sees Ultimate Victory 17-Hit Barrage Enable s Yankees* To Even (Series MAD111D, war and Climaxing event of years f o£ .medical practice came to Dr. W. II. Lucas, 80, above, 6£ Mcndon, Mo., when he delivered sextuplets to Mrs. Adeline Speichinger, all but one being stillborn/ The withheld news of the--births for nearly two weeks, fearing that a rush of visitors'-fv/ould peril.the life of the mother, se- | lions. seltlcmenl oi disputes, in case such principles' failed It would bind those nations -not to "com-i mil hostilities without a previous and unequivocal". declaration of war with reasons given or an "ultimatum with ,- a conditional' declaration of war." , ' Unofficial wars among signatories would therefore be outlawed.i Although the purpose of the: draft convention primarily paral- 1 lels the League of Nations, cognizance is taken cf the fact that some or the probable signatories lo this pact already are members of the League. An escape; clause Is provided to prevent conflict, with -League obliga- - Xrfemiy ill for several days. '~Vfffi ~$po n; I : ion . : 1 r , ': ch ildretf.' n .haif-holiday 'in the schools and the closing for three hours, this. aftorno-V of many local business! places, together with [he best weather of the week, contributed to today's big attendance. Pair officials were uncertain this af- ternocn to just what extent retail stores were complying with yesterday's proclamation of Mayor Cecil Shane, asking them to close from two to five to permit their employes to " attend the races. Lutes', grocery and market and Galnes' market were the only Slayer Convicted of Murder in Second Degree, at Murfreesboro MURFREESBORO, -Ark., Oct. 2 food stores which had given def- (UP)—Ail all-negro jury was dis- inite assurance that they would charged here this close, but in' other icy lines the three-hour holiday will be more general, it was said. Tomorrow, if fair weather continues, should see the biggest crowd of the fair, in the opinion of Brooks. A first class racing program is scheduled for the afternoon and at night there will • be a fireworks display, guaranteed to equal or excel that of last Wednesday night, which won the highest praise saw it. from all who Mar. World Racers Half Way to Frankfort, Germany .. ABOARD AIRSHIP HiNDBN- BURG, Oct. 2 (UP)—The great silver dirigible Hindenburg, carrying three New York newspaper writers on an air race around the world, was almsot half way to Us destination—Frankfort, Germany—at 9 A. M. CB. S. T.) today. ,.'.'. The airship had passed entirely I , . out of storms which held It back i „* since its takeoff from Lakehurst, N. J., Wednesday night and was I roaring over the north Atlantic at] 89 miles an hour. Ship's officers said there was a good, chance Hie air racers would , reach Frankfort tomorrow in time to make their 11:30 a.m. air connection for Rome. After the airship had soared through a brilliant rainbow passengers saw their first steamer this rnornlng. So great was the Hindenburg's speed, however, that the ship had dropped below the horizon before glasses could be trained . on the surface vessel to identify It. iirged here this morning after it had found Charles Gentry, negro, guilty of. second degree murder last night for the slaying two months ago of Jasper Evans, 'negro, near Antoine. The jury, believed to be the first of the negro race ever to be im- paneicd in Arkansas, deliberated last night for two hours before reaching a : verdlct. Gentry was to have been tried by a white jury but through the-efforts, of his :attorney, State Senator Alfred Fealherslone..' obtained a panel of his own race to hear the evidence. leather- . stone said today . that his client would not appeal the verdict. New York Cotton NEW YORK, '.Oct. 2. (UP) — Cotton closed steady, open high Oct. L 1217 1218 Dec 1210 1212 Jan 1207 1209 1204 1190 1209 1193 low close 1211 1213 1204 1205( 1202 1204 1201 1202 1186 1188 tion' war. In . At the. same limp-the proposed treaty' was regarded as ' afford ing the League '•»•' model instrument for strengUietiing 'Its- own peace machinery, .which failed ,tp fupc- "—'•'dining the It alb-Ethiopian case of hostilities without a declaration or ultimatum, neutral powers under tlie terms of the draft treaty would be: free to declare, "for the purposes of their legislation concerning neutrality," that a .'state of war exists. This action 'would not ba deemed an "unfriendly act nor afford grounds for 'complaint. 1 '.' mmerce Spots closed quiet at 1253, off 11. Dynamite Blasts Rock Lettuce Packing Center SALINAS, Cal., Oct. 2 (UP) — A third dynamite explosion rocked Salinas early today, blasting a portion of the Salinas Valley Ice Company, in which strike-breakers are packing lettuce in defiance of striking workers. The outbreak of violence marked Ihe end of a month In the strike which brought fighting and bloodshed In city streets. Three strikers were arrested hdcr the third explosion; Spot Average Is 12.33 The average price of 7-8 inch middling cotton on the ten desig- ated 12.33, the Blylheville Trade reports. spot markets today was Board of Chamber of Coi Directors Hear Report of Employment Survey WASHINGTON. Oct. 2 (UP) — John W. O'Learv. chairman of a special committee on employment, told the United States Chamber cf Commerce direclore today that employment of workers in industry and urivate business has increased 7.000.000 from the low point of the depression O'Leary's statement Was made In a preliminary report on survey which he lias had underway for the past four 'months. "It Is clearly evident," O'Leary said, "that all eslimutes of present unemployment are greatly exaggerated. Estimates are bound to be inaccurate and are useless for all practical purposes." Tlie O'Leary statement : the chi-.mbCT directors assembled for the last meeting before! the November election. - New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 2. (UP) — Cotton lost 9 to 12 points due to increased htxfee selling and decreased foreign buying today. Oct. Dec. Jan. Mar. May July opcii . 1211 . 1205 . 1204 . 1200 . 1197 . 1180 high 1214 1209 1204 1205 1202 1188 low close 120G 1200 1200 1201 1200 1201 1108 1198 1195 1195 1183 1184b Chicago Wneat open high low cloic Dec 1135-8114 1121-21123-4 May 112 1121-8 1105-8 1111-4 Chicago Corn Ilic president; coming - from New York.'emerged from Holland funnel to find fla«s flying: from every public building, factory sirens blowing. 70,COO school children cheering his passing, ..bill-' bo-mis' proclaiming a welcc.TiCJ school bands pUyiiig "Happy bays Are Here Again,", and children "One. two three, four, who are wo fcr?" -.'•'.( The president was inlrpduced bv Senator A. Harry Moore as "Ihat great and- humble humanitarian." . • ' •; . ; In his 'address he stressed the fact Ihat expenditures ;. through, (lie Public Works Administration are increasing^ life .capacity , (if. American' hospitals by nearly 50,-j q'co beds. . j r "Durlns? . the depression," hpl :• said.-.'-the .difficulty' of obtaining)V< •''••' fu'mls through municipal or pfl-l 1 rat vate; sources would..have meant a.- sc'rlous shortage hi caring for patients and in givingthem,,ade- quate facilities had it not been for federal • assistance .through loans arid grants." . President Roosevelt --praised tije ric-otcrs of the nation for Vail (hey have done during the. depression, often at great sacrifice," in main- tainln 1 ! the standards .of care for the sick. Hints thai former King Alfonso XIII plans lo return io Spain it Rebels arc victorious In the civil war there were given weight when Alfonso bought at Milan, Italy, 10 rO ;id maps of northern .Spain. He said he needed Die: maps to study his ilincury, but added he has not decided when lie will start. •Alfonso is sketched .above from ':i recent, photo'. His estranged wife is in. New York, with their eldest son. who is ill. POLO GROUNDS, New York, Oct, 2—The New York Unshod llic power nUiick Hint mmle tlicm the ,,>!' Ihu AmiHieun League thirinjr the 1030 sea- wlii lin^u'rT'n'n"" '" 0 )' er !><"w<!>'iii£r lliu Now York tiiunts, J8 'tp -I, in will win. Ihe civil the .second BIIUIC of the- \\oild* . ' will give Spain not-series huie IhK nflcinoin ^cchllw'i.rr Communism bill real 1 With Pie'.ldent Roosevelt laok- polllical liberty,' President Man-I <„,, r >\ the Yankees blasted out t'fl A/ana said today in an in-i 17 hlls olf nvo OlanL hmlus u ' rvlow ' ','. . -- - to win by a. lop-sided :score. -A He asserlcd that If-, (he im-l scvim-rui M.Uuge in the thhd tloimllst Insurgents had not re- Innlnj put tlie giuno Mitel) away celml -aid i from foreign govern-' (c -! Hie Ynnke:.-, realm 1 *:! by| menu, lhc war would have been'' lr ">' I avail's home inn \\llh over loiif arto. The president mentioned only a declaration (hat Ilaly had helped the rebels b;il the government already had disclosed lls protesls to Oermaiiy ami Portugal in addition to Italy against their alleged direct aid to, the Insiirgentc. FighUiiT for liberty Azana paced the floor of Ills' 'manijflc'.'r'. olfUo in t'iw r ja - tlohnl imlace, smoked cigarettes anil li-oked occasionally oul, toward the mountains where, as he lalkcd; loyalist troops were holding olf the rebels north of the I capital. I "Ours a red government!" tlie president exeloimed"in answer lo a question.- ' "Absurd. This talk about 'reds' - Is filly. The government is ftyhting for political 'lber|y. .we arc. noL fighting for Communism or Socialism. "I maintain lhc opinion I have Al Declares for AH . NEW YORK, Oct. 2 (UP) — Al' Smith, of the Fulton Fish market and llic Empire Slate buildjng, has carried his brown derby into the Republican party. "I firmly believe that the remedy for all the ills that we are suffering from today is the election of Alfred M. Landon." With these words the boy from the sidewalks of New York, who rcse to become four times governor of his state, severed Ills lifelong ties with the Democratic party. The forum before which ho announced his decision—a mo- mentcus one in the life of the man whom Franklin D. Roosevelt once called the happy warrior, WDS a meeting last night at Carnegie Hall, the Independent American Women." sponsored Coalition Farley Optimistic NEW YORK, Oct. 2 (UP) — President Rcoscvelt will receive more electoral votes in the coming election than he did In 1933, Postmaster General James A. Farley said today ill commenting on Alfred E. Smith's speech fade Commission -' Files Gomplaints' Under. Robinson-Pat man Measu re ''WASHINGTON, Oct. 2. (UP)— The federal trade - commission lo- day 'named five-respondents- in three formal coinplainls in the first Important test case charging violation of the .R'jblnson-Patman anti-price discrimination act. One complaint named the Kraft- Phenix Checsc"Corporntloii of Chicago. '• • • Another named the ShefTord Cheese Co., Inc;, Syracuse. .'. < The third "nanied Bird and son, Inc., the Bird Floor Covering Stiles Corporation, a subsidiary, of East Walpole, Mass., and Montgomer- Ward and Co., Inc. Kraft-Phenix ' was charged with discriminating in prices between purchasers .with the. alleged effect of lessening and Injuring competition between it and other manufacturers and distributors of 'similar products. The commission pointed out no allegation was made of "had faith or any subterfuge or secrecy on the part of Kraft-Phcnlx In connection with its price policy." The allegations apninst Shefford Cheese were substantially the same j as those in the Kraft-P/ienix case. The third complaint contended the two Bird companies sold floor coverings to Montgomery Ward at substantially lower prices than lo competing retailers last night supporting Gov. Alt came M- Landon (or the orcsidcncy. "I didn't hear Smith's speech nnd I didn't read it." Farley said. W. C. Cole, Custodian of City Hail, Is Dead W. C. Cole, building engineer at , , . . . .. llle c'ly hall, succumbed last night "His support of Landon was dis-|at his home on Clark street after the base's filled. Lclly Game/, went (he full dls- lance foi the Yankees, pitching at limes ciinllcally and at oilier ll--s lillllaiiilj. It was a .record .for rims scored In cue world, .series gome, the Yankees' 18 niui the Giants' 4 ranking 22 runs. Fifteen bases on halls were Issued. 9 lo .Die Yankees and C to the Glniils, First Innlne Yankees— Crosetll singled (o Ictt cenlci-. Holfe beat out an walked.. Infield; hit,the bases. Gchrig filed oul to Oil In deep right. Croseltl scoring. Rolfe went lo Ihlrd'on the throw- In and DlMagglo; held first. DI- Magglo advanced lo second on a ball Unit was almost a wild pitch. Ulckey (lied out to Lelber in center field. Jackson . cnl-otf Lelbcr's throw lo the plate and threw to Cartel! who tagged DlMayeio going to third. Rolfe scored- from ly. with vclpus. •."Tills war would,have been over long -Ago If (lie -rebels had not received' foreign aid. ' II -\$ proved • fact Ihat Uiey have rc- "c'clvcd "11." ;.'•;:•: '••••'.' . By'United '.Press Tlie Spanish rebels, lakliii; breathing spell, consolidated their forces on the all-iinporlanl Toledo front today for a' renewed drive on Madrid. ' After the smashing atlvin^e which resulted In the capture of Toledo the insurgents halted, following out -the policy which they'have pursued all during the war of not driving ahead too fast. ••••• . , '• At Toledo the rebels still held their positions about six miles toward the capital on the Toledo- Madrid highway', around Ollas, 34 miles from Madrid. . counted In advance and" will have Vfn in- no effect on the final outcome. &COCK Prices] President Roosevelt will receive; more electoral votes than he dirt In 1932." NEW YORK, Oct. 2 (DP)—Automobile issues led an active slock market higher during the first half of today's session. Chrysler featured with a gain of 2 5-8 points at 124 5-8. General Mol- lors reached 70 1-8, vip 3-4 point. Sludebaker reached 15, up 1-4. Livestock D«c May open high 03 7-S 94 89 3-8 89 3-8 low 93 3-8 83 close 93 3-4 89 1-4 EAST ST. LOUIS, 111., oct 2 (UP)—Hogs: receipts, 5,500. Top. 10.40. 170-240 Ibs,, 10.25-10.35. 140-160 Ibs.. 8.25-10:35. Bulk sows, 8.75-9.35. Cattle: receipts, 2,000. Steers, 9.40-9.70. Slaughter steers, 5.25-lo.oo. Mixed yearlings and helgers.'s 508.50. Slaughter heifers, 6.00-9.75. Beef cows, 4.00-5.00. ' | wwe p| . om , )tl y i^at^ all( , Cullers and low cutters, 3.00-3.75. | was nishcrt Io fl physlc | an . Sound Truck Finds Parents of Sick Child A public address system al the ! fairgi-ounds proved useful in on 'emergency Tuesday night. Miss i Jamie Nichols and her niece, Ann Wcldman, 1, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weldrnan, were together on the fairgrounds when the child, who had recently undergone a tonsilectomy operation, had a throat hemorrhage. Tlie child's parents were elsewhere on the grounds and searchers were unable to find them until the "sound truck" was pressed Into service and a call for Mr. and Mrs. Weldman was broadcast In the crowd. Tlie child's parents she several months illness. Mr. Cole was 57 years old. Funeral services will be held this Cobb Funeral North Second afternoon at the Home chapel on Street with the Rev. V. E. Chalfant, pastor of the Lake Street Methodist church, and the Rev. Ajfrcd Carpenter, pastor of tlio First Baptist church, officiating. Interment will be made at Elmwood cemetery. Mr. Cole had made his home here for many years and had been employed as building engineer or caretaker of the dly hall for about eight years. He is survived by Ills wife, Mrs. Maggie Cole, and an adopted son, J. C. cole. Fined for Disturbance Lon Watson was fined $15 In municipal .court this morning on a charge of disturbing the peace. Paul Wood was fined $10 on a charge of public drunkenness. Deficit. for First Quarter 0,ver $300,000,000 Less Than Year Ago WASHINGTON. Oct. 2 (UP)— The federal government closed the first 'quiirter of the new fiscal year with a deficit of $307,137,- 67S less than that al Hie end of the first three months of the last'fiscal year,' the treasury rc- IJOitcd' loday. Tlie treasury's month-end statement for September 30 showed a sharp rise .in receipt.'! and a slight drop in expenditures compared with Die same period, of July, August and September of last year. single Into cenlci field Lelber walked on four straight bnllj. Terry going to second. Ott :flietl out'- lo DIMagglo Iry ccnlei. No runs, one hit, no ,eriors., ' ! 'SCCOIH'" «"."fca' < '** Dickey uiounded out (o Tcny. unassisted Selkiik filed out to Lei- In'i in centeifield Powell Uncled lo light field La«cil grounded oul No nins. no hits, no eriors aianti— ott cKHinded out,, Liu£0! I to Gchilg Nfancuso struck out. WhUchcad grounded 'out La,vcii to GehilE/ No inns, no hll-s, no errors. Sixth Innimr , • ' Yankees—Qomci mounded out) Cartcll lo Tciry. Oroseltl walked fiolfc slnijled to right, Crosetll eolng lo thlid DiMagglo filed out lo Mooie, Cro'icUl scaling from thiid GehrlB filed oul to Otl. One mil, one hit, no errors Giants—Jackson popped out to Laz/erl at second Gabler walkebu DIMagglo made a nice, calch of Moore's line dilvc lo center. Bar- lell lined out to Powell No runs, no hlls, no errors. So\enth Inning Yankees—Dickey talked Selkirk singled lo cenlci, Dlckoj going lo second Powell sin»led between second and third Li^erl filed out to Llcber In deep cenler, Dickey scoring from third and Selkiik ad- lancbij lo third Gome,! grounded out, Wliltchcod to Tcny, Selkirk scoilng on the play. Croseltl filed oul, to Ltebei Two runs, tv\3 hits ho errors. ' GliinU—Tcny grounded out, Liz- '••eil lo Clehrlg. ulbcr grounded out, Crosetll to ochrhf ott filed out lo Dtofagglo NO runs, no hits no errors: I Eflthlh Inning Yankees—Rolfe popped rtul ( 0 ' ^W|!{J i «'if«t«-t.Dl,ya«gloc- / wrack*d'f!!o VllitthrflfU.^! ouwo down , ... .. ^, ^ LJ u «- ^,>cra< Yankce.-sclk.rk walked Powel, ^f -^ ^^ ™' B e,Kl,k holding nrst. Selkir K -»a^Cry 0 .o O Gebfe?No rfe4't' fhro«n out attempting 'to steal 1,0 errors ' | second Lazperi walked. Gomez stnic! error! , ,. - ... t Giants—Mancuso doubled over •out. No runs, no hits, no tmt( , wlmchcnd fm ,i cd out to Glanls-Mancuso walked. While- j Smh'hS^lor 1 *^ ^ " > ' t ° head nicd out lo Selkiik against j s( ruck 01]t ^<-"icr Ihe light field bauiei. Jackson filed out'lo Selkirk iii; short right. Schumacher walked, Mancuso going ' lo second. Gomez uncorked a wild pitch and Mancuso scored from second/ Schumacher advancing .lo .third,. Moore fouled out to Rolfe. One run,' no hits, no errors. Third Inning .Yankees—Crosetti cracked a single down the, left field line. : Rolfe walked, Crosetti advancing to : second. DIMaggio bunted down the third base lino and Jackson fumbled the ball,- loading the bases with no outs and aehrig at the plate. Al smith, lefthander, ' replaced Hal Schumacher, rlghUmnil- er, as the Giant pitcher. Gchrlg singled over first, scoring Crosetti and Rolfe, DIMagglo going to third. Dickey singled into right field, scoring DIMaggio ond sending Gehrig to third. Selkirk filed out lo Lelber in short cenlcr. Powell walked, filling the buses. Smith was replaced by Dick Coffman, No nn inning it, iib"' righthander. smashed a homer into the lower right field stands, scoring four runs. Gomez struck- out. Crosetti, up for the second time in this inning, grounded out, Bartell to Terry. Seven runs, four hits, one error. Giants— Barlell walked. Terry slruck out. Lelber struck out. Ott filed out to Rolfe back of third No runs, no hits, no errors. Fourth Inning Yankees — • Co ft ma.n fielded Rolfc's bunt and' threw to Terry cnors Ninth Inning Yankees—Hairy Gumbert, right- I'ander. went to the mound-for the Giants Powell walked PoV- ell stole second Laz«n iflied out to lelbci, Pouell nioiinj up lo Ihlrd Gomez looped a single lo centei, scoring Pouel! Crosetti singled lo left. Gomez go- Ing to second Rolfc's grounder took a tad hop past Jackson for a single, scoring Gomez. Dl- Maeiio lined a , single to left, Rolfe going lo second Gehrig grounded out, Jncksori', to Terry, both runners advancing-. Dl6kcy hit n home run into the right field; hind Rolfe kirk struck out. /Six rims, five lilts, no errors. Giants—Moore, filed out to DI- Maggio. Bartell doubled down the left field foul line. Terry. Hied out to" DlMn'ggio. BaHell stole, third.' Lelber.filed- out to DLMagKio in- deep cenlcr. No rims, one lilt, no stands scoring be- and DiMaggio. Sei- Mississippi Man Buys Main Service Station The Main Service Station, located at the corner of Main and Fifth streets, has been purchased by B. If, "Bufc" Jones :of Meridian, Miss., who has moved here and assumed the manajc- year $1.830,-! cl 486.231 at this jxjlnt last year, j However, repayments lo the" treasury by the AAA. the Commodity Credit: Corporation., the Farm Credit Administration and UEO to Bartell. No rims,- no hits, 10 errors. Giants—Mancuso walked,- Whltchead struck out. Jack- ncr. Mr. Jones has had of years experience li son pushed a single Into right ' ' allt ' a number i the tire station business, hav- the Reconstruction .Finance Corpo-|for Coffman. Davis responded by ration, totaling S284.400.COO. play- hilling a single to center. Mar.cuso field. Mancuso going to second i in £ formerly been connected with Davis was sent in to pinch hit """ " " ->—•—•- ----------- •>•-•- cd an important irart in keeping the list of expenditures below last year's level. Four Holdup Suspects A I -I J i V n.l lllc lcft fi Are Jailed at Bennett cd a roui was held to one base by DlMag- gio's hurried throw home, going to third while .Jackson went lo second. Moore was out on a called third strike. Barlell smashed Gomez's pilch Inlo the stands near PARAGOOLD. Art;.—Four men, Robert TJtdgc, 22 years old, Cardwell, James McElroy, 33, of Wynne, Alton Talunv 32, Ken lino and it was ban. The Giants' over, lo argue . but without "success. Bartell walked, forcing in Mancuso with a run. Terry lined a single over third scoring Jackson and Davis, Bartell; going to nctt, and Frank Harris, 30, East,! second. Lelber fouled out to Pow- St. Louis, being held in Jail atj 0 "- Three runs, three nils, no er- Kennett, Mo., have been identified. In three recent holdups In this section, chief of Police Henry Brown said today. Fifth Innhijf Yankees — GaUer, righthander, the B. F. Gcodrich Rubber company. He will operate the service station under the same policies followed in the irast. and In connection will operate, ihe Goodrich budget department: Tlie station will continue lo handle a complete, line of Texaco products. _ •'•;'. Mr. Jones arrived !iere tilt? week, bringing his family, who will live at 630 West Main street. < WEATHER ARKANSAS— Hair tcnlght and Saturday. Slightly warmer in north portion'Saturday.. , , Memphis arid Vicinity—Ffifr Joi night and Saturday Not much went to the mound for the Giants.' change In temperature.

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