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XTHEVILLE THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST AKKANSAs' ANDSOUTHEAST MISSOURI 1 VOL XXX11I-NO. 172 Blytlievllle Courier Blythcvlllc Herald Rlythevllle Dally News Mississippi Valley Leader ,„ ,,,,,,,,,v;n i •> A ,H/A vi.. . ^ H1A 1 MKV1UJ',, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, OCT01WU 5, SINGLE COPIES FIVR CKNTS GIANTS WIN FIFTH GAME, 5 TO 4, IN TENTH Heads Up! Lu'her Tubbs of Sardis, lenn., Dies Before Reacbing Local Hospital' An aulomobilo with missing radiator cap and a damaged from fender or radlntor guard was! Bought by officers here today as f the connecting link by which they i might be able lo idenlify a hil- nnd-run motorist" whose car struck and falally injured Luther Tubbs. 25-year-old cotlon picker I from Sardis, Tenn., here lale Sal- | urday night.' . | Tubbs was found lying uncoil-1 scions on Highway 01, about a half-mile south of Blythevllle, by Ollie Stewart, Dogwood Ridge farmer, who rushed Tubbs to the Blylheville hospital. The man was dead when Stewart arrived at the hospital. He had a fmciurcii 1 skull and other injuries. I It was not unt|i_ about noon, Sunday that the dead man was | Identified as Tubbs by others who had been in Ihis section picking i colton with him. Will J. Cluun- ney of Cooler, Mo., a relative or Tubbs. was one of those who iden- I ified him. Radiator Cap Is Clue Coroner w. H. Stovall and investigating olficers expressed the belief that It would have been BIG KEEK- TO CLOSE First Exposition on Nev G r o u nds Fr, Supreme Court Opens New Term at Noon'Today WASHINGTON, ,Ocl. 5. (UP) — Tlie United Slates ^ipremc court "iel with .solemn ceremony In I is inaible chamber nt noon today to Inaugurate u new Icrm, cs|:ccl- «l lo determine the falc of mnny social, economic i nnd . political iisues. ' As tbe hniiils of Ihe bronze clock on the court's wnlmil bench show- Successfuli;'! 1 ""•' llollr of 12 ' tllc snvci or r 01' ••' > Coim Cl 'ler Thomas Ennals WUL- :'i'om Lverv btandpdirtli*" 1 ™ 1 ' M ' " r - rose, mid All eyes were turned skyward, following' Ihe course of a lofty lly along the foul line, when the photographer snapped this interesting shot of the Roosevelt party at the second gnme of the world series on the Polo Grounds. New York. In the direct center. Ihe president' peers up, his cigarette holder at a Jaunly angle; above him is his srai .- ....,_ . w T! wunj -iitui; iJKCil , • Impossible for the motorist whose j oh " imd be!ow Illm F ™nklin jr. On Ihe lefl Is the president's car struck Tubbs not to have daughter, Mrs. John Boettiger, and on the right, wearing n dark hat, of the , radiator cap, presumably from I the death car, was found near! Tubbs' body. Other, circ'umstancej • indicated he had been struck by the front of an automobile, rather Uian struck a glancing blow. Offlcials r 'were doubtful of chances -,pf•• apprehending the' dealh. car driver imlep he stopped at 'some- i Enrage or'fservlce-statlon in this vicinity for repairs or unless there were some telltale signs of blood about the car that would arouse suspicion, even at cities or towns n considerable distance from this city. . Tlie body was relurned lo Snr- dis lodiiy . for burial. The Cobb Undertaking company of this city Is In charge of funeral arrangements. Unidentified Man Killed WEST MEMPHIS, Ark., Oct. 5 'UP)—Automobile accidents ncnr here yesterday caused the dentil James A. Farley. In the Intyrc. the presidents secrclary. h Marvin Me- of an unidentified hitch-hiker and tlie serious Injury of Joe of Memphis. Tlie The liilch-hiker was killed while 1 walking on Highway 61, llirec miles north of Marion, when a ncsro driver cut 'around a truck and struck him, SherilT Howard Curlin Fiiid. Tlie sheriff said he arrested Ji'llrs Davis. 25. negro, of Marked Tree, between Clarksdale and Turrcll shorlly after- the accident. Davis was charged with manslaughter. Ira Newsom, 35. negro passenger, of Marked Tree, wns held ,111 drunkenness charges ond Iwo negro women passengers were held as witnesses. The unidentified man was dressed in work clothes and weighed about 155 ixNinds. He was ' five feel 10 inches tall and between 25 and 30 years of age Tlie inithls R. L. J. were lat- coed on his right arm. Tlie body held in a Memphis mortuary, was unidentified late this afternoon. Thompson wns thrown Ihrougl cct the windshield of his car when; Dec Scripps-Howard.-". Wo r Ic3 Racer Increases Lead Over Two Rivals. GAZA, Palestine, Oct. 5. (UP) —H. R. Ekins, flying reporter of tlie New York World-Telegram and other Scripps-Howard 'newspapers, In n Royal Dutch air liner, landed here at 11:20 a.m. and took off 32 minutes later for Baghdad, Iraq. , Tile Plane, was .Increasing at n of Joe ! ™ te of almost 200 miles an hnur Ekins' lead over his two rivals in a race around the world. It speeded across Egypt and up the coast to Gaza from Alexandria ir : r -on Clemency Orders Urged by Dr. RoLMiison. ' LITTLE HOCK, Oct. 5 (UP)-Sharp - L criticism was leveled in Arkansas' system of paroles and suspension of sentences today by Dr. Louis Robinson, member of the National Administration Prison Industries Record crowds Saturday 'and Sunday brought the Mississippi county fair to a close. . At Icnsl 50.000 mid possibly as many as C5.000 persons'.'passed through Ihe gates In the "course of the week, according to ' j; Meil Brooks, secretary of Ihe iiilr as- Eoclalion, who was checking up today id determine the financial outcome. "; The fair association's .books, Brooks said, will probably be closed In black ink, but Ihe margin of prom, if any. will be 'small, Expenses were extraordinarily high, due to the fuel that It was thu first fair lo be held on the new grounds and because unexpectedly large enlrles in some departments made it necessary to provide cxlra facilities. Also the fact that till.-, was a new fair made It appear desirable to offer relatively high horse show and race purses In order (o make certain of nllracl- mg flrsl class entries. Fair Stimulates Business Prom every standpoint except profit and however, tlie fair seems lo have been an unqualified success. Fuvored by good weather, attendance was good ail week and on the last Ihree days' Friday; Saturday and Sunday, the grounds were crowded. Patrons, exhibitors, and owners of racing entries nil were well pleased, and fair associalion officers believe that the basis has been laid, for successful and even larger fairs in fulure years. . No accurate attendance figures are available, as'^ tlie' advance sale cf tickets, the numerous exhibiloi,'. who received.-frcr." adi.Slssldii . ; ..j(j thfr fact .'thai-, children were, ad-: milted . free 'much of Ihe ' time 'made box-office" figures' no ! guid<! at all - to tlie~ actual, 'number of visitors. Mr. Brooks said' today however, that the attendance certainly was well over 50.000. Whatever it was, it included thousands of out of town visitors who helped to make, the week an exceedingly good one for Blythcville merchants. Almost- .without exception slore .owners' said that Saturday brought, them the btg- Ihe court asscmblngi he 'Intoned the time IMPORT DUTIES Decision Follows French Action and Three-Pow- Hal Schumacher's Fine Hurling Tb6 Much for Yankees licuortd cry of "Oyen." Catholic- Churchmen Will Ask Papal Secretary to Sign Statement. WASHINGTON, Oct. 5 (UP)— When Eugenio, Cardinal Pacelll. Board,. , ; in com- Best single day's business in" years Fa F nl secretary of slate, : visits' menllng on n survey .'Hint has «nd mnny reported that it''was tho j , WasIll "Btoii on his trip to this l-cn <v>-«nictcd of the stale's peu-|°cst. since they had been in busi- counf 'T. n group of important POLICE LfllTl I'rcnch Government Alarmed by Attempt to Undermine Mobile Guard. PAINS, Oct. 5. (UP)-Prcnch Risclsts. pursuing a new linn of attack against Uic left front sov- elnuient. arc trying lo underinlnR the loyalty of Hie nallonal police force, il was reported In reliable miartcra today. As part of the campaign they began todny a fierce attack on tl'e regular '|K>l!cc forces and al the same time appeared lo be trying lo jvin to their cause the crack Mobile; Guard, corps d'ellte nf Ihe national police, who constitute the shock troops against disorderly elements. To. meet the threat the government. it was learned, began quietly shifting key men In the armed forces. The new lurn to the Fascist attacks was accompanied by reports llml the Vmuggling of arms Jnlo France from Switzerland was directly due lo Fascists. , YANKEK S'lADlini, New Yoik — Hal Schumachoi'f} er Agreement Monday. Brilliant 'pilchini; with mui on b.iscs wiis Uu> ijij,' (actor in ir 10-iniiiiiK 5 to <l victory today thai.'emililcd the New York Giiints to stay in Ihu world series. ,, II miide lliu scues hUnd time K.UIICS loi Uic Y.uilteqs HI:S.| two *w HIP Giants. First Inning -it —— Qlnnls—Moore doubled down the ,.,, ,,„,,,,.,, ,, , f left field foul line Bai.cll ,ou- ""• °[f _£>»'« «»^.. "^ bl«l down Ihc i Wit Held foul HIIL , f, 1 ,,, '° '"' ROME, Oct. 5. (UP)— The chbl- nel has approved u plan to devalue Ihe lira by approximately •10 per cent, II was announced olflclnlly today. Under the plan, It was announced, the rate for the lir.i will be 90 lo the pound sterling find 19 to the American dollar. From the decrees Issued tome quarters' believed Hint Ihe Urn in Ihe future would be attached lo Ihe dollar .instead of to the pound sterling. No As part of Hie devaluation plan It was' announced the cabinet approved drastic reductions In Import, duties on foods ami raw materials In order to prevent Increase In the cost of living. The cabinet also approved the flotation of an "Ethiopian victory" loan lo exploit the "cm- out lo Mancuso 'coring Moore. Teuj Miuck oul I " l " s "° 'i'K ( ! 10 , e ", 01 ' !> Ott grounded oul Ciosctll lo Geh- „,„,„ A f ,,' , !' r ™ . rig. miiplo.lngUd ,o ilghl, ^-l^f "^ '"wllkir^neu!; grounded Into'a double- play, Ci-o- selli lo La//cil to Gehrlg No tuns no hits, no eriois Yankees—Sclkhk popped out to Mnncuso Po\vill stiuck oul Lat/e:l gioundcd out Haitell lo 'lei- ry. No runs, no lilts, 'no errors; Ninth. Iimln? Iiil! linrtell. Mnnciiso .singled, sending Ripple lo llilrd. Whlle- H'uil lined to center, scoring Rl|i- >lc with Mnncuso slopping ui a v c- ond. Jackson filed out lo 1M- Maygio. Three num. five lilts, no Yankees—Crosctll struck phe" ntul to "insure the necessary national defense." It was announced Hint at Hie cabinet meeting this morning at which devaluation was approved Premier Bcnilo Mussolini referred lo the Frcnch-Brltlsh-AmcHcnii agreement which accompanied France's devaluation. He said he, accepted In principle the Jdcn thai economic restoration of the world "Is one of the necessary conditions for collaboration amongst peoples for maintenance of peace." one hour and 38 minutes. The various courls al system. "Arkansas should have a parole board lo pass on clemency given prisoners and to check suspended sentences given them by the plane had paused only half liour at an airdrome in Alexandria after landing there at 9:12 a.m. from a record breaking 301) mile flight across the Mediter- rnnnean from Athens. American-built air liner raced across the sea non-stop to catch up on a schedule Interrupted yesterday v.'hen il was forced (o wait over in Athens because the landing field at its overnight stop in Rhodes was flooded. New York Cotton "This same'.board, with a director and a field mail, should ness. Asks Suggestions On Uic basis of this year's cx- sriencc the fair oEsoclallon is already beginning to plan for next. year. As a help in making tlie Brooks is inviting comment, ci'itl- fcern n c ose check on all paroled gro women on the same farm should hospital facilities added Ihe stale's prison farm syslcm and a larger number of physicians employed to NEW YORK, Oct. 5 (UP) — Cot Ion closed steady. open high low close Jan March May July 1204 1208 11!)8 1203 1194 1200 1195 1200 1190 1137 1178 1187 1203 1208 1190 1202 1193 1200 1104 1109 1189 1195 1178 1185 it 'crashed into tlie rear of a parked Iruck. His condition was reix>rtcd good at a Memphis hospital. Bates Slide From Tmrk LEIII, Ark., Oct. 5 (UP)—Two cctlon pickers riding alop a truck load of baled cotton were Injured when several bales slid from Uic truck as it rounded a curve near here and carried them to the • pavement. S. T. Bnldwln. 19. of Cypress, Tenn., suffered critical injuries when a. bale of cotton fell on him. lie was believed hurt internally. His companion. Mclvinl EAST ST. LOUIS, III, Oct. Butler, 28. of Chewalln, Tenn.,i (UP)—Hogs: receipts 11,000 odminisler to the cncrs. lie said, stricken pris- The parole board suggested by Robinson would be non-uaiilsan with Uic terms of its members overlapping that of tile govcri who appointed them.. Spols closed steady at 1248, up three. Spot Average Is 12.20 The average price of 7-8 inch middling cotton on the ten des- out-of-town exhibitor and found them highly pleased with the way the fair was conducted and with the interest shown by local people, so enthusiastic were some who attended" the fair that Ihcy have already asked lo be permitted to reserve grandstand boxes for next. year. Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK, "Ocl. '5 (UP). .— Thr slock market absorbed moderate amounts of profit-la king after a firm opening today and Ilicu resumed its rise into new Ignalcd spot markets today was! '''S 1 ' Sround shire 1931. Trad- 12.20, according to the Blythe- '" "•" """"" " " ' ' villc Board of Trade. Livestock suffered severe cuts and bruises and a mangled elbow. Tlie two were en route home from the cotton fields. Chicago W neat open high low noon Dec 115 3-8 115 1-2 114 1-4 114 3-8 May 113 1-2 113 3-4 112 1-4 112 1-2 Top 10.35 170-240 Ibs 10.25-10.35 140-lGO Ibs 8.25-10.25 Bulk sows 8,75-9.25 Caltlo: receipts 7,500 Steers 6.75-9.50 Slaughter steers 5.50-10.00 Mixed yearlings and heifers 6.CO-8.50 Slnughler heifers 4.50-9.75 Beef cows 4.00-4.75 Cutters and low cutlers 2,75-3.50 ing was active In the first hours although nearly 300,000 shares under Saturday's swift pace. Dec May Chicago Corn cpcn high low 94 3-4 94 7-8 93 3-4 93 7-8 90 3-4 90 3-4 89 1-4 89 1-2 Tlie decorator's art was not applied lo making clocks ornamental as well as useful until the 17th century. Prance was the first A T and T '-; 177 Anaconda Copper ...... 403-4 Bethlehem Steel 721-2 Chrysler 1253-4 Cities Service 41-4 Coca Cola 121 1-2 General American Tank 00 1- Cicnersl Eleclric 473-8 General Molors ....... 70 3-4 Iiilcrtialional Ilnrvester 85 1-2 McKcsson-Robblns 95-8 Monlgomcry Ward ..." 503.3 New York Central ...]] 47 3.4 Packard ...: 12 1-2 Phillips Petroleum Radio Corp Simmons Bed ... Standard of N J . Texas Co :. Dell Youth Succumbs Following Operation Ralph Clnrk, 13, died at the Blythcville. hospital this morning following an operation for appendicitis. Funeral services will be held at the Dell MclhodW church tomorrow morning. 10 o'clock, with the Rev. Mr. Didder- dine officiating and the remains will be taken to Friendship Tenn., for burial. The lad had lived with his aunt, Mrs. Cora Grcenway, o Dell, since the death(of his parents. He Is also survived by five bra there. Thomas, Gene, Lawson Franklin and Nelson, and two sisters, Edith Edwards and Rutl Green. Cobb Funeral Home Is in char gc of arrangements. 44 3-4 11 44 63 40 The oldest copper roof In '. the world is that on ll, c HlMcshclm country to manufacture fancy Ume- cathedral. In Germany, u was litn^Ai- * I . _.. l,, 1T>/1 " pieces. _,_ i 'pul on in 1320. churchmen here propose to ask him to sign a strong statement disavowing political activity by members of the Cntholic clergy. Cardinal Pncelli will arrive New York Thursday llielr number, lake up with ii -~ on a Ulp which Vatican spokesmen In their public uttcraiuta have Insisted is In the 'nature of a vacation But the group of Washingtoi churchmen, according to one of fully expects to him the question of Father Charles A. Coughlln's activities. In preparation, for the pro posed discussion they, already have drafted a vigorous statement 1 which, If signed by the cardinal, would denounce on behalf of Catholicism ninny of the "radio priest's" political statements. Washington WASHINGTON, Oct. 5. (UP)- , . . Italy's devaluation of the lira will bolslcr effectiveness of the recent "gentlemen's . agreement 1 ! ^between the United - Stales, . France -and Great 'Britain 1 to .prevent wide currency -.-.fluctuftt Jons, II • was. '.believed, In government' circles^ todny. OiflclHl • 'comment',, was withheld but officials privately regarded the Italian action as a move to restore 'Iriteinnllonnl money' rales lo llieir enrly post-war ratios and to "equalize" the rate among !lie lending trading powers. SEE NEED | RELIEF Suggestion for Cabiuel Department to Handle Problem Is Considered. WASHINGTON, Oct. 5. (UP) —The advance of relief as a major campaign issue revived ailinln- islrallon discussion todny of n new department' to be known ns the department of welfare. Administration officials runs, no hlls; no errors. Ola n! •IMngy "back old. us, no hits', no errors. Yankees—Mnlone slnglid o\ei , third. Crosctt! bunted lo Jackson and Malone was out at second on N,, runs, no h.U, no «-^K^'^^ Dutell, forcing CroscUI al sec- Secoiul Inning Schumacher filed'out to 1 do. Moore fouled lo liolfe,' of third. Bnrlell rots. Yankees—oil let Clcinlg's sin- llirough his legs and it rolled to Ihe right field reaching third, ed barrier, Cichrlg Dickey ground-| No runs, one lilt, no errors. Tenth. Inning Ginnls—Moore doubled liitb left to 1 T- r-r s them's ™ =«i ^ icmo cnuglit uilid fcr n home rim E>o\)9ll nicd out 'lo. '.Ripple In centei Onc.iun, 'Iw6.'"hlts, ,* one * error: '•" 'Third Inntils One ,run;-ono hit no errors. Yankees—Terry .,'knocked:, down." Dickeys drive down Ihe first base line but could was scored as a not hold it hit. Selkirk fo It Ruf- pitch : Yane S -La ZZ erl talked fing walked. : On a .wild Laraeri advanced lo third and Rulllng lo second. Crosetti grounded to Dor tell who made a bad throw lo Terry at flrsl, Crosetti reaching first and Ltv/zcrl scoring. Hoifc beat, out an infield hit ;to Schumacher, Rufllng ad- nc .w move to bring an increased vniiclng' • to third and Crosetll revenue Immedialcly, the . city lo second. DIMngglo struck out. council In 'special session ndopicd- ciehrlg stnick out. Dickey filed an ordinance providing for' a 'one- out lo Ott In right. One run, cent per gallon, tax on all gasp- Cape Girardeau Imposes One Cent Tax on Gasoline CAPE GIHARDEAU, Mo.—In a one, -hit, one error. Fourth Inning: GlanLs—Mancuso doubled to the line sold In the city al retail.-The' lax became effective Saturday. Tlie ordinance makes : tlie oil left field barrier. Whllehcad companies operating in (he- city gramiclcd 'to Rufflry; and tire, the agents for the city In fol- io Croseltl, getting Mancuso - trying to get back to second, Whitehead reaching first. Jackson popped oiit to CroscUI. Schumacher Ihey submit monlhly reports together with the amount of .the tax collected. were City ofllcints would mike no e<;- slruck out. No runs, one hit, "male, of the amount of money- no errors. .they said they, expected to collect Yankees—Selkirk walkKl. Pow- from the (ax, but a survey made ell walked. Lazzeri bunted down 1 a few years back of tiie oil busi- the third base line, Schumacher ness when a similar tax was lalk- sald lo be considering the crea- j Hclding the' ball and throwing ed Indicated that the .rcveniia Bus Line's $150 Fine Suspended in City Court Tlie Dixie Greyhound Bus Lines were fined $150 in municipal court this morning for operating a bus wilhout proper license. The was "uspcnrtcd. J. B. Gamble was fined J25 for petit larceny and $10 for public drunkenness. Willie Brown, negro, entered a| plea of not guilty to a charge of] robbery. Vestcr Brooks was fined $10 for public drunkenness but the fine was suspended. Other public drunk cases: A. H. Kronbcrg. fined $10; Willie Ayers, fined $10; Van Compion, fined $10; Walter Owens, bond forfeited; Abe Emery, fined $10; John Ivory, bond forfeited; Jim Lucas, bond forfeited; Charles Henry, charge dismissed; Chas. Johnson, bond forfeited; J. c. Norwood, fined $10. suspended; J. B. Shearon. bond forfeited. Wiley Morris, bond forfeited; Otis Jack- lion of such a department to be headed by an eleventh member of the president's cabinet. Such a move had been discussed imofll- dally for some time. Its revival was coincident with Ihe evident Intention of Democratic campaign strategists to accept the Republican challenge to make relief a front line campaign Issue. Repnblica'ns have charged waste and extravagance !n present relief methods. The new department, it wns reported, may be recommended as n result of Ihe present investigation by a senate committee into co- ordinalfon of govenimcnlal activities. belief of many government thai unemployment will lo Jackson lo get Selkirk at should rim probably $20,000-4" third. Powell went lo second year. end Lazzeri to fiitl. Rufllr;; grounded to Bartell, who threw lo Whltchead at second and the latter threw lo Terry at first for a double play. No runs, no hits, no errors. Fifth Inning Giants — Moore grounded out, Gchrig to Hulling. Bartell struck out. Terry fouled out to Holfe. No runs, no lilts, no errors. Yankees — Croselti struck out. Rolfc heat out an Infield hit to Whllchead. DIMaggio struck out and Rolfe was out at. second, Mancuso to Bartell. No runs, one In adopting Ihe tax, the council repealed an ordinance winch had assessed a $50 license "on each retail gasoline service station. Hold Rites at Luxora for Mrs. Belle Bradford LUXORA, Ark. — Funeral services for Mrs. Belle Malone Bradford, 33, who died at her home here Sunday morntnj af- ler a Ion? illness, were • held Sunday afternoon at Ihe Bap- 62,000 Loyalists, 76,000 Rebels Estimated Slain LISBON, Portugal, Oct. 5. (UP) —Unofficial estimates placed cas- son, bond forfeited; bond forfeited. Paul Fikc, River Shipments Up MEMPHIS, Oct. 5. (UP)—River shipments through the Memphis continue for a long time as a fed- pic walked. Mancuso bnnlcil to eral problem Is said lo have | Ruffing. Who threw lo Gelirig for promplcd discussion of Uic new the out, Ott and Ripple advauc- hit. no errors. . list church, of which she was Stxlli Inning j a member, by Uic Rev. L. P. Giants—Ott singled to lefl. Rip-1 Flcmtnlng. Burlnl was made at department. Agencies which might be included under direction of a new Ing. Whltchead grounded to Crosetti, who fumbled, Ott scoring and Ripple going to third. Wliitc- cnbinet member Include the Works I head was safe nt first. Jackson Progress Administration, the Youth' Admhilslrallon. the public- heallh bureau, the children's bureau, the Resettlement Administration and federal acllvilles hi social securlly acl administration. Negroes Make Escape From Tucker Prison LITTLE HOCK, Oct. 5. (UP1— Officers throughout the eastern part of the slate today were watching the highways for four negro prisoners who escaped short- ualties in the Spanish war up to!port increased 34 per cent during Iv before dawn at Tucker Prison Oflnhpr *3 n*z •fnllnurc* * I HIA rtt-rt mim.* nin»tt^e r\r mia' * struck out. Schumacher struck out. One run, one hit, one error." Yankees—Gehrlg grounded out, Whilehcad to Terry. Dickey struck out. Selkirk singled to center. Jackson knocked 'down Powell's Infield hit but threw ' wildly to (Irsl, Selkirk scoring from first and Powell going around to third. Lnzzcrl singled lo right, scoring Powell with the tying run. Johnson was sent in to -jilnch hit for Ruffing. Johnson stnick out. Two runs, llnce hits, one error. Seventh Iiminy Giants—Malone pitch for Ihe -follows: first seven months of 1036 farm. Madrid government forces—62,-'as compared lo the same period 000 killed and 9,000 wounded. I last year, Cnpl. P. 'i. Wilson of Insurgents—76,000 killed and 14,-, Ihe United Stales engineers offtca 000 wounded. 1 reported today. The escape was made through Calhoun cemetery. Mrs. Bradford was the wife of Clarence Bradford, shoe merchant. She leaves five children, her par- thers. three sisters and two bro- Macaroni to Snvc D.iy L1NCOI,N. Neb. (UP)-ifacar- onl may replace potatoes In the table fare supplied 9.000 persons at Nebraska's 16 stale institutions this winter. The drouth and its resultant high polalo prices are responsible, says Chairman Waller 'Hngcr of the sUile board of control. went in to Moore. WEATHER Arkansas—Partly cloud}', tonight and Tuesday. IVfemphls and vicinity—Partly ........ ._ .„ _, a hole sawed through the slock- no hlls, no errors. out, Malone to Gehrig. No urns, j Tlie maximum .temperature hera yesterday was 84, minimum 48. . , .. j " mw, itv ctivio. : jt^iiTwuv was oi, mminium 45, acle where the negroes were held Yankees-Crosetli struck out. 1 f \ w , according to Samuel F.'Nor- nl mgllt ' . Ro'fe struck out, DIMaggio clou-1 ris, olliclal weather observer.

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