The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1936 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 3, 1936
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VOL. XXXIII—NO. 171 BLYTHEMLLE COCKIER NEWS _^___ I ___^p^^^ rllJ-J. ?T O Blytheville Courier Blylhevllle Herald Blytheville Daily News Mississippi Valley Loader SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Doctors Select Two Healthiest Rabies At Fair MI GIANIS IN THIRD GAML24 ____ '. - ' j—7— . J " ,; ^f «^^B ^^H " reCK Oil StriluvRpSOt t/inn IfMlo TV^ m-rnrii .,»»,-«, —; LaVonue Smith,' ; son of Mr , >nd Mrs. Herman smith, nnd Je'a- [ nette Dickinson, daughter of Mr :i u . .... !»nd Mrs. Eugene Dickinson, won JI10W florses in Val-j first honors in the two classes of Will Compete Here X^^^ii'^ ste'nns, according to health standards only. i I" the o( children up 1 'o one year of age, LaVoniie a»e Sunday Afternoon fire- J rogram in fronl of gram] liKJmlin; reproduction in wrrks cf a navn! bailie. Sunday—Special extra day O j hcrse radii-, Martin? at 1 p M., (o be followed by" championship liorce sho w events. A big .early, afternoon crowd gnve Indication that today's attendance at the Mississippi County Fair would exceed thai of a o yesterday, when free admission for school children, brought a crowd estimated at, from 12000 to.14.cro to the grounds Tonlsht's big event will be repclilton, with complete change, of program, of Wednesday nlcht fireworks display, acclaimed,' by those . -who saw it ns the biggest attraction of 'the fair.- m -place of the -Battle of '.ho Argonrie." which featured Wednesday nMit's program, a navnl battle In fireworks will be presented lonlght. The set and aerial pieces which will complete 'the display -will also be different from those shown Wednesday. Expect 100 Sho w . H orS e s Finals of the* three-day horse derson, ten months old'son of Mr and Mrs, John Anderson, second nnd Elizabeth Ann Perry. a> V cii months old daughter'of ivlr and third A> ' brey L - Perry ' ^ r Huffman, The. second group was for children from five years of a^e Jcanelte.Dlcklnson, flrst'place winner, is n months-old, second honors went to Billy Harold Spicer son of Mr. and Mi's. Harold Spicer of Wilson. . Two men were killed ami two were 'Would Cut Cost of Crirn inal Courts in Arkansas, Governor Declares LITTLE nd'OK, Oct. 3 (UP)- pcv. j. M. Futrcll hi. a statement today.-urged -Arkansas cittern to vote for ; Ihe 'proposed consfltu- ttaml 'amemlnionl. No. 22 at the November -i ':<;!cc(lon, The proposed ninehAmcnl decoding to -the governor, would "How : prosecuting , attorneys to show events linns and three ' special racln> will be the. chief attrac- at the Fair. Sunday, the cfosm? day. -.•.The extra "races, two harness events and one run- niiSj---race, .'.were '• decided upon today In. order to 'give ' a-;, full nft f, ra opn's program to those..whb hve be*•-unable., te attend the ee)rraay afternoons': : Foi- races' will :' come- what the committee In charge of the horse show promises win be as fine a'display' of show horses ns has ever been seen in this section, not barring the largest cities. Competition In the hors- show so far has been chiefly among horses or this county and -immediate vicinity. But for Sunday's show entries have been received from eight states —Iowa Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas- -and It Is expected that nearly 100 show horses will be Local Water Company Must Return Part of Excess Earnings to Users LITTLE ROCKTArk.-An experimental profit-sharing' water rale sraie will be uut ^ ™£{ by the Blytheville Water Com- end of a Low! mi and Arkansas R-\ilwaj train omlurned i rear Wmnficld la. The rail t a- beset b\ a trainmen? slilkc crews.. A student engineer on "the locomotive said hi ssw a mail was about -ICO yards away. lie engine and Ilic cars nt the hcml niter limning cf u [is opcvn Officials of the line said - tht switch lock had been through an o~cn switch ting trains with outside the switch when the train broken. ffilffi W. J. Meyers, Veteran 1 <•• Harrison Banker, Dies Launches Furious Attack ...„ .„ on Rebels on Outskirtsjsiar"",! of Toledo .HARRISON, Ark., Oct. 3.: (UP) —W. J. Meyers,'84, banker and ulo- nccr citizen, died at his home-here loday. ii '. ':' Meyers won fame in 1921 durln" Crosetti's Hit Scores Winning; RunJrEighth tj nnnl u n!j uo _ „ . Ihlrd game of Ihe scries 11 was a tough game for slout' I reddle ritislinmons, Olant ilght- hai !u dj lost but 011| cut's single, cue of foui blow's olf rilffllminoin, In |],c elghlh '- scored Ihc deciding nm NON-COMBATANT „. -j * ' ""^'"VJ.Jrt I flic and try criminal cases ivltl out walling nclion of county Bn "" 1 J "" CS - -mo Giants gathered nnclenllofr Bi'mp Hndlcy and roue!! i icing ncro% Horn thhd base method of rcinovluif- this having grand Juries pany under - e an order issued of bv nfn, , utilities yesterday.: The 'order followed a: : hearing several --weeks ago and 'a series of conferences with ofticlnls-of the here. The entries, L. G. Nash, chairman of the show committee.' said today, will include some of the best horses In the Mississippi valley. The horses will compete tomorrow in 15 classes for prize money -totaling close to Si COO There will oc competitive events for roadsters, 5-galted, 3-gaited ami walking horses, for lady riders, pony ,..-.- company, ston ^r Oklahoma f city. *.' J ° lm ~ The order specified that the company will be allowed, to- re- 'am all earnings up to n l-'J Ptf cent on the. "sound value of property used or USD We in operation of the business" ' v • ' When profits, exceed that rate customers will get 40 per cent o' surplus earnings up to eight p« cent, ao per cent of earning between eight and 1 0 per cent and ••> per cent of all earnings • over 10 per cent on the investment. Tlie plan is designed- to encom : -' age! ; economical operation of the system, since, the company's earnings would not,be cut off at the minimum return allowed, and to encourage more extensive use of water, since customers would share in surplus profik resulting from nn Increase in customers and ir- creased consumption of water. jany required lo records to the depart. , t ment at intervals. If the plan . -- 1 ....,, ji.u^to iiiaiiy horse shows throughout the South will be tho judges. Race Compclilion Keen Judging of fair exhibits .will with the be completed today award of prizes In tlie swine show. The cattle show was jud»- ed yesterday. ° The race program at the mtr has been something less than complete success frc clal standpoint but It has pro duccd a quality -' that has aroused Kuaist Conclave rrevcrt',"d U>S OATOS. cal. (UP)-An at- empt r or a statewide nudist con- MADRID, OC 1 ;. , 1 (UP)'—'Ilie loyalists • began ^ a sharp offensive in 'the Bargas sector, north of Toledo, at ,6 A. M. .today under cover of a furious; nrlil- lery- barrage against the ; rebel lorces in ihiit area. ! i , The government, troops - look-ihe •initiative' after,Ji< brief: Jim in--the civil war in'' 1 an''onslaught Intended to cut off the arrival of rebel- re-enforcements nt'! Bargas,, some llirce miles from 'Toledo.., •• , , Official ^ sources''- in .''Madrid-rc- ported thc loyalist already' ,have tiiken the outlying houses of Bargas as the fighting continued The offensive followed a rebel air raid over Madrid at 'dawn.-' Bombs Panic The embattled Madrid govern- robbcr. .... At the time of the robbery Meyers remembered a rusty shotgun h had been hi the wall of tile ferrcd - on onslaught impregnable launching a. as a result DEB. CSS[S IT Significant Session of Supreme Court Will Opcp Monday.' ment oifjcials Insisted their" pnsi- WASHINGTOl^Oct 3 aiPi_ tion was impregnable and con- 'New uestion' '- 1 Luis 1 Garcia Quibus ' iind 'nk Two Companions Shot Down in Surprise Raid HAVANA. Cuba, Ocl. 3 (UP)- Iiils On rein ftuibus, v leader of the Young Cuba movement'.'" and two unidentified companions 'were shot to ' tlenlh today In a gui battle with police during aii attempted police raid on their hciul- qjmrtcrs In n-suburb, of, Havana i -• T^° policemen - were Jl "vpbundet; In the raid, "v > , •, :.." " The Young Cuba leader and ..js companions were surprised in the building but tried to shoot heir nay out when the police aid began. • Thc shooting was brisk, numerous, shots being fired from both Indict the accused persons, our court costs would be lowered HI least 40 per cent," Full-ell said. Our criminal procedure |s an f" mrt system serving In nn electric era." 'me governor cited the report: of Ihe state comptroller's olTlcE showing 'thai apuroxlmalely $525 ('CO was expended:In 1934 in i ry ' inn .criminal -cases In the var i lous circuit'-courts and ho ex pressed the opinion lhal costs for courts In 1936 would exceed n million dollars! - - • and con loyalist of if th _ questions' affecting the'- power 1 n S r p and the states lo'meet Problems sides struck: .before Quibus was falall} 'The olhors were known to the raid partyVofriccrs. Quibus had been' : sou;) it, in connection numerous kid- recent „,„ ,„ the rebel "offin-1 were before toe %£££ court To sive on Ihe Toledo and other day as it gathered 1^ ^ ^ "^ L ThPv *WjC«l<^.U« dam- far the 1936-37 lerm, op'nu^ Mo™ , p \ n ,l li t p : ca i^: ! ^,^"?n, o L t ! i . e «««which the nnpings allegedly- pcrpctratwl by the Joven : Cuba (Young Cuba) group of youthful political fan- stvc fronts. They dc^_ age done In the air Despite the panic „,,.,„„ UJ . , .„, U11J cllscs the sirens nml bursting bombs court will decide before .it. nniVM nrrmnrl A.fnrlr-:,] n. _ i ii\ T. ...« i_ . • , . t recesses • c at dawn around Madrid the lov-, in June have not b»fiM nllst morale remained stern and! the 450 on hand indicate ,. ; ~.™.. it* j it i — ---"*• m\ LJ^I UKUCilte El ^Prill the government leaders called °f great significance, if not as in further conscripts to the colors.] Porlant as the past two The Madrid workers' unit 'at Several questions allcctln.. thn ast has been completely militar-. New Deal's' policies are still to zed as an army outfit and fccl-!«me before Urn court wliic In ing grew that, the loyalist 'troops '»ie past has outlawed the NRA must take the initiative in their. A *A. therotilfcy coal act rallro-u! desperate resolve o n g ht to - the 'Pensions; slate minimum wa'4 lc° fimsli against the Fascists. | slation ahd many other eme°rWncy .._ -- - The rebel radio station nt '"ws. - =r emergency venSnn ^ st f ewids mld 'st con- Cndiz warned all foreign . 'ships In Its present term the court win i-Z'.?" "^ '»« ? us " i <™ Of the to ]«•« those ^ports' sliU con-rl'-n, to W adminlTlrntL ?, lu uspces of the Elysium Nudist Colony here ere- ntcd new and Insurmounlable dif- of competition --- the enthusiasm of all who have followed it. Time In the free-for-all pace yesterday afternoon was the best they ha.d ever seen on a half-mile track, race officials said. . ii. '««oii c. Lue iaw. Hut the problem of where i>g less than a f°, hmi ™ some l.OCO nudists Nud- r ioni the finan-i B ' s ; ll developed, could get alon» at It has pro- »''thout clothes, but they had to New York Cotton Oct Dec Jon March May July NEW YODK. Oct. 3 (UP) — Collon closed barely steady. open high low close 1209 120D 1205 1203 1202 1202 1199 1199 1201 1203 1195 1195 1198 1201 1195 1190 i 1193 1197 1191 1192 i 1182 1185 1160 1180 I Spots closed quiet at 1245 off eight. liave places to sleep. Closing Stock Prices NEW YORKT~0^t. 3 (UP) - aocks today soared to new highs 1M1 '" °" e of " IC e sessions since Fcbru- -Scenes on the floor - m«L most '* st - ket days before Ihe Heavy dealings In U. irought > bull mar- 1929 crash. >- Steel and con gcsllon trolled by ing that they iijn. snips "i '«> present term the ro still .con-.-l»rn to the administrates p 3 cy loyalists, -.decla'r- of making power loans and grants o without notice after lod .- r oans and rants bombard o the slates, the railway labo, and lay. =• YU'e-Wagner-InboriacU. stale mini- intini 11. nr... 1 __ I_» .. Itltlll William Candler Killed in Automobile Accident ATLANTA, Ga.. Oct. 3 <UP)_ William Candler, son of the late multi-millionaire'Coca Cola, manufacturer, was killed, and George 'urn wage legislation and 'state fair trade practices sets Reflecting receht moves to keen moves the United S t,1c, out of fture ***** Payroll Tax HU ^nut*. U co«- on tfic highway near Val- dosln. Ga. The accident occurred late last night. Their machine slruck the wandering cow careened Inlo a culvert and ovcr- turned. ™ de ist two, where both are[ F . ln11( . r Jirssler reached n ,!«•,„ naunctl Cal. From Town Plan. court deprogram's national operal'ton of "he tlng the " payro)1 - Spot Average Is 12.18 The average price of 7-8 inch middling cotton on the 10 designated spot markets today was 12.18, the Blythevillc Board of Trade reports. A T and T Anaconda Copper Bethicliem siccl ••"• , , Wesl ' d °"' t mlx for Edward Ri'ch- itt \-t ards, local farmer. After 4O c g I ., , , i .^ •*u o-oj oisturljing tno peace in the Work Order Issued for Lepanto Bridge He likewise was Implicated In Ihc bombing 'recently' of . Ihe newspaper plant of El Pnls iicre Police said Quibus was the only man- in the Island : who could handle dynamite well enough lo have prepared that bombing. POLICE prat I'at Malonc: (he 10 hils one oil -- who pitched Iho ninth Innlns after a pinch hit- ler Lilted foi J!ndlcj (a the elghlh. but couldn't bunch them. 'liic Yankus scoitd first In tho second Itmliy «licn Oclnl^ poled out n home inn with thu bases cmpt) nipple * homer In Hie fifth' tied the scote nnd it that was until the reiimlned eighth, bull. teams ciiorlcss lo _ 5:15 - i «.... —The Arkansas I tlon. ent has Issucil Hamillon, ' dis- Chicago Wneai open high j olv - doss Dec 114 3-4 115 114 1-2 114 7-8 May 113 1-4 113 1-2 112 3-4 113 1-8 Chicago Corn open high low close Dec 94 5-8 95 94 3-8 94 1-2 M»y 90 3-8 90 5-8 80 1-8 90 1-4 Coca _.. m General American Tank 60 General Electric 45 7 . f General Motors International Harvester McKesson-Kobblns Montgomery Ward .'.'." "ork Cenlrni • 71 3-8 86 7-3 9 7-8 58 3-8 New Orleans Cotton NEW OiiLEANS, Oct. 3 (UP). ,- Petroleum Radio Coi-p C otlon fulurcs closed points lower, holdin " irougl1 thc Rllcrt !C «'0" d 12 5-8i a heavy volume of business 7-8 j lolntel 9.V54. "• ,,.., oven 4 to o . , , solltllc «t entrance lo panto, The new bridge will replace an old bridge at the same site The Bridge will be shortened by CO-foot nils on each end. Mr. of N J Co U S Smelting '," U S steel ..... Warner Bros Zonite 1-2| March Mny 75 13 3-4 7 3-1 July 1181 1194 1181 lovv closo ss is? 1190 1177 bridge, •"> ---- *iui i J^Y i177 Spots closed steady at 1247, off tliree. •¥ " 5 fcct Io »B md >« 1(lc - Traf flc wl » not be 1m- during the building of the Rose Bowl Blossoms PASADENA,' Cal. (UP)-Duo lo WPA conlribulions, Die famous Hose Bowl, which has Leaves Frankfort by Athens' .for Plane; Rivals Take Different Route FRANKFORT. Germany, Oct 3 (UP)-K. R. Eklns of the New York World-Telegram late loday look- the lead in the sround-lhe- world air race between llirce New' York newspaper writers. Eklus forged ahead of his rivals. Dorothy Kllgallen of the New York Evening Journal and International News Service and Leo Kieran of the New York Times and N. A. N. A. service when he caught a K. L. M. plane here for Athens, where he expected to make connections with' a plane for Ihe fur wiis In .iccond place, off from Frankfort at P. M. In a special plane ' t anncuticlng his destlna- It was reported he planned to fly lo Basle. Switzerland Hits evening'and thouce to Brind(si, Italy, tomorrow lo calch his scheduled connection on an Imperial Airways plane for the Orient. ,60,000 .Waiters.Strike; ' : vGomrriunist.- F a s-ci s t Fighting i Feared : - .,;..., PARIS,.Oct..3 (UP)-pollce pa- Irals were rushed into the principal boulevards loday when Paris 50,000 waiters wciii on strike. Emergency squads palrolcd In truck-: lo suppress ..demonstrations nntl to protect establishments -whose wallers wonted to work. ' The. strike was called suddenly while government officials were anxious over the threat of a serious Communist-Fascist' cliislr tomorrow. Restaurants, cafes and hotel bars throughout • ! ihe" city closed. On some .premises the wallers remained in occupation in others thc proprietors succeeded In locking doors before the itrlkc look effect. Fascist members met to plan n physical break-up of a glganllc Communist demonstration planned for. tomorrow. They called a meeting of Fascists of the Crolx de Pen organization to plan , ,-• « v«» ^v I'lllll IJICillli (Of breaking up ih c demonstration. apparently intending to dcfsi government ordinances. . Meanwhile anxious housewives crowded .stores and markets, seeking ' lo stock up on goods of nil sorts in expectation of a 30 per cent price rise because of the devaluation of the franc. Police authorities made ready for a busy day .tomorrow. The government issued a series of decrees this morning designed lo prevent tlie increase in Prices which the throngs of women shoppers feared. First Innlnj Giants-Moore singled oil Rolfe's glo\e Bailell sacrificed, IladU-j to Othrlg Moore idinnclng to second M'S % led Mooie vmn * »i> nt third ott grounded lo Oros-ttl who raced lo suond nnd threw tho "nil lo Hrbt for a double play No runs lv.o hlls no errors Yimkees-Crosetll filed out lo ott In right Holfc grouiuliKl out to Terrj, unassUtcd DIMaggio tlle<l out lo Whllchead back of second No runs, no nil, , x a errors Second Innlnj »-.--~ .....^ Ut| , l( J Q(.J In right center Mancuso filed out to DIMagglo in center while- head grounded oiil LaVcrri to OHirlg No runs no hits, nd cr Yankees-Gehrljr hll a homer In lo the centerfleld stands Dlckev \ialkcd Selkirk louled out to Mancuso Powell hit Into a double plaj, Kartell [o whllehend lo -i errs One run one lilt no eiiors Third Innln f n n ir i Jack5< " 1 grounded out Holfe to aehrig Filzslmmon struck out errors. Yankees—Lazzerl Moore filed out to Sel- ru " s . no I'ltJ! no struck out, , , . — •-- ou m-lnelng. ffndley filed out to Ott Kieran He look British Annex Eight Islands in South Seas LONDON, Oct. 3 .WP)-An- "cxa.llon by Great Brllaln .of eight islands In Ihe soutl Jrosettl struck cut. ills, no errors. Fourth Iiim'nj Giants—Bart«ll fouled No riins, no out .to ."..,LU um. t , .!. V Terry 8 ro ' ln ''«d oiit, Cro Mill to ochrlg ott fouled out to "olfe NO runs no hits, n<> er _ ™?»", kws ~ RoJfo Sroundcd out Wh tchcad to Terry DIMagglo dou bled ink, eft Gchrlg filed onl to whii i I 1 , DIckcy ^rounded out, Whitehcid to Icrry No runs one hit no errors. Fifth Innliif ,,,p ia " ts -I ll PPle hit a home run »'lo tile right field stands. Ma WMI l SC OVCr Sl)0rt - WMlcIiead grounded to Gchrlg who ' to « cond - 'orelng Mancuso, ift Wa f° Ut nttc '"P"n* to steal ' CrOSCltl - 'rt v, - tt <s walked. PiMlmmons singled o third, Jackson going . ... grounded out Gehrij. one rim, thr errors, Yankees—Selkirk slrucfc owell struck out. u«zei the tver to thlrd^ to ts, no out. filed ' ec s ier. No rtins, no hits, no errors. Giants _ , , Sixlh Inning- fouled „-.. ----- .„„ ,„ i llt .->ULUM .sea ^limui — iiartCU fOlllrH Phcc,ilx archl,«lago was revealed Rolfc. Ter.y filed out to d . f'°-. ott , Angled through Pitchers box.. Ripple struck No runs, one hit. no errors ' Yankees -Hadley struck Crosettl ntcd out lo today. While the territory Is said to involve only about IG square miles with a population of 69. the Islands arc believed to be of po- lenlial naval value. „..„.^. «,„,..,, Konc , 11C( , , Der AngrifT, Niui newspaper,. of Ripple. No runs, no hits no which Dr. Paul Joseph Gocobels.'rors - ' ° minister of propaganda, was for-' No world series picture would b« complete without this big fellow adding a touch of color. He'j Babe Ruth, whose teals hav« daubed a much brighler canvoi than hig ex-mates, tlie Yankees, produced in Ihe drab, damp, first day defeat of the 1938 world series at Ihe Polo Grounds Babe still is hounded by tulograph seekers, as this picture showj. ] out to Powell NO runs two hils no eirors. Yankees-Selkirk singled down thc first bise line pouell v, ilk=d Lizzcri bunted and «is out Jack-" son lo Whllchead Lolh runner, advancing Ruffing «n<; sent in to pinch hit for Hadlcj nulling grounded to ritislinmons who threw lo Mnncuso gelling Selkirk at the plate Powell advanced to Ihlrd on the pla> Crosettl sm- flcd through the box Powell scor- ng and Johnson; running Tor Ruffing, advancing to second. Rolfe grounded out, Terry lo l-'ltzslni- mons.. One run, two hits, no errors. Ninth Inning Giants — Pat Malone, right- . hander, went to the mouiid .for the Yankees. .Whitehcad slructc'- out. Koenig wns sent in to pinch' lilt for Jackson. Koenig ground- to Crosetll who losscd to Lazerri, lie was sent in -to. pinch hit for Fitzslmmpns. Leslie singled into centcrlield. Davis went In to •tin for Leslie. Moore grounded :o Gipsclti who tossed to Laxerri, forcing Davis. No . runs, one hit, no errors. .- •' '' Sritain Concerned Over -• Developments in China out. LONDON. Oct. 3 (UP)-Grcat In Britain has conveyed strong ob- to serrations to Japan and China Sevent ari- GIunte-Ma t.he Crosetti to Innlnjr grounded morly editor, attacked Ihc Vexation, saying It paved ,.,, t ,w iuatvu lo UC |,n R way for annexation by Australia] bunted and was out. i or Ihc whole sub-Arctic regions.!Gclirig. Jackson singled over . With a streamer heading on page'ond. Fllzslmmons. looped n s-'I one the Nazi ncirsDaner called the Into left field, Jackson nulling <" at second. Moore, lined out out alike, expressing grave 'concern over lalesl far eastern developments, it ivns said in reliabls quarters today. ----, ,. ------ — -v^.v. i-.nij. | inn; an term planned to entrain, at mldnM.f, British "hunger and that Kieran plans to board. , The three air racers arrived Flallln^ Kid r M« n on the dlruibte Hinricnburg *, SANTA ^utcal. !ul"-Mike , entirely different illnerary from arc ihc cheapest pes a™ can t of the two other con rvst- f ,„»... !„ ..... r . r . .. ">™"- '-•'" tv~* f j. , Vi "vnij u,^ inv tiieapcsi p ^ °L. L*. Uv ,°. J ° lh " .«?''«'- «Mtol«ln. He has kept rtve In ^"11 • lind die only available the plane for Athens. > glnss cage. a single In their Lazzcri. No runs, two hits, no'er- rors. Yankees — Moore made a nlctf calcli of DIMagglo's drive Into deep left. Gehrlg filed out to Ott I" right. Dickey grounded m'!. Whitenead to Terry. No runs, no hils, no errors. Eighth rnuiiur Giants—Kartell singled between short and second. Hadley fielded Terry's bunt and tossed to Crosetti nt second, forcing Baric)!. OU sin- Bled over second, Terry moving to second. Ripple grounded otit, Laz- crri to Gherig. Both runners advanced on the play. Mancuso filed , It. was understood Britain matte l.o | clear to Japan that she could not be Indifferent to the effects en . her interests if a Japanese protectorate were established over "Ihe whole of China" and at the same, time informed China of her anxiety lest Chinese resistance to Japanese demands result in war. WEATHER Sunday. tonight -and Memphis and Vicinity—Fair lo- ntght and'.'Sunday. Not much change in temperature. The maxlmu.n temperature hero .esterday wa) 75, minimum 45 clear, according to Samuel F- Norris,,official weather observer.

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