PAGE SIX (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JltLY 30, 1334 •IUOK CLUBS BREAK EVEN III Tige^ Divide With While Sox and Giants Split With Phillies, Smile for Divers' Reason The best the leading Tlgxis of the American league could gelj yesterday wns an even break with 1 the Chicago White Sox but lhe| Yankees, In second plnce, lost 101 the Macks so the Tigers eaiii5d| ground at that. The Giants. Nu-i lional leaders, broke even In two. games with tlie Plullies. The Tigers defeated the \Vlillc I Sox, 16 lo 15. iu u free scoring affair. School Boy Rowe was credited with the first win *lie:i he went in as the fourth pitcher, stopped a rally and lilt a homer with one on that won tlie giniiD. Eight homers were lilt (luring the game, evenly dlvkled between the two clubs. The score of the Wlnie Sox victory was 6 to 4 witli Tietje turning in the triumph. The Athletics defealed the Yankees 6 to 3 at Philadelphia. The Macks scored their victory largely because of the careful hurling of Eenton, who held the Yankee sluggers to six hits. Rufflnp, was the losing pitcher. McNair's circuit smash started the Macks 'o victory. Tlie Cleveland Indians took two| games from tlie St. Louis Browns.] The scores wore 11 to 5 ar.d C to 3. Home runs featured the victories vifth Hale and Avctili getting a pair apiece. IlllUebraml and Pearson were the winning pitchers. The Giants lost a 4 to 2 decision to the Phillies but nirnt'd aiound to grab the second Binnt. 2 lo 0. Carl Hubbcll. Oinnt southpaw, hurled the shut-out triumph. Parmclee was the victim ot Phtl sluggers in the fii"sl game. Mucrc was tlie winning pitcher. Charlie Uressen, former Southern league manager, mruU' his debut as Cincinnati Red pilcil and his teuin broke even In two games with the Chicago Cubs. 'Hi? Cub^i won the first, 1 to 5. nml the Reds the second, 4 to 2. MaUmc was : the winning Chicago hurler ar.d Freitas turned the tilck for Cincinnati. ,"' The veteran Flint Rhem held the Brooklyn Dodgers lo n lone hit as the Boston Braves won the second game of a double header.. Rhem won a hurling duel from Bablch anil Benge, 1 to 0. Ed Brandt pitched the first game for the Braves and won. 5 to 2, giving the Bostonians a double victory. Jim Collins carried the bli; punch as the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates, 9 to 5, at Pittsburgh yesterday. 'Collins' homer inJiie_^eighth broke OL lie that gave Hie Cards the name. Mulshing In win. plnce, nnd show ]HBillons In Ihe Nnllniiul Woni A. A. U. diving championships ul Detroit -brought smiles lo the of (he three incrmiilds ubovf. They are Dorothy I'oyinon left, who was second: Knllu-ilne nawls, .center, winner; and Mary Horger. 10-year-old Miami, Fla.l girl, who tje.slixl si-vi>rul entrants lo take third place. ll mm IIGE Messenger and Gatehouse Turn Trick; Chicks Defeat Barons. ID FKE ' draw with Ray Myers. Burns has mrned In 'a number of victories] tiere, hto latest victim being Ar-' queue, who fell before' the canny Pedlijo wllh apparent ease. Incidentally the Pedlgo-Myers draw here was really pver a 10-, mlnuic route, iwo 10 minute rest • periods being taken out of the 90 Scales Are Just What Is Needed In Grunt Racket JX-IUKI3 urilllj Pedigo and Burns Clash '£™ IK for Tonight; Miller arid! — : Marr in Prelim. Yellow Hammer Bird taXen out of the 90 i .._....Intermissions between 1 "*?**, *** ?* ave "' city clerk, lean find a customer for his con- Cecil "Blacksmith" Pedigo will Ills wrestling wares onccj SULLIVAN, Intl. IUP3-A smn gain for [lie edification at Bly- levllle mat fans tonight when he akes on Cyclone Burns In the inln match at Unlcy Field. , > ivctrntiy wjici] .MIC neuru a Pedigo and Burns are down for drllllng-son of a noise In her stove KO out of throe falls over tlw Mrs. I II. Halley discovered a large ] fijcatcd weighing machines In local wrestling Impresalros. ' A Courier News reporter spen: Drilled iron Pio* i fo " r c " lt& ll ' ls morn i n B 10 test " | four of five machines seized by •'- clerk (or non-paymenj of Iji at a mere 154 pounds. The third pulled John back up again. to 216. The fourth registered his tonnage nt 214. The ftiftli ihe copper wouldn't brow, even with the reporter willing to risk his copper. It registered 115 pounds with nothing more than lite shadow of Foster's fcoi acro^ It as he started tu climb nboa'rd bin bsi'kett down. Road Openi Primitive Forest OODEN, Uiah (UP)-A primitive area in the Chamberlain basin of the Idaho National Forest now is easily accessible, forest service officials report. They recently completed a road Into the terrltorv which abounds with & une am j ^ considered one of the most wild scenic parts of the west as. yel untrampeled uy white men bird wllh a beak of "Iron" is Sullivan's latest contribution to the world's oddities. 0 minute or less route. In a pie- Imlnary match of CO in!nut«s or c-ss Jim Miller und John Marr, wo rough and tumble perform- TS, will mix. Pedigo In two appearances here ins won over Chief Arquette, In- llun inatinan, and wrestled to a Recently when heard a city tax. Usln« 220-pound John Foster, heaviest member of the police force as his subject, the repoiu-r found the machines varying as much as 64.pounds. Such a collection might come in handv for the erunt and groan per- _, __.^_.,,,,.._. M *Hi E,V jm HIT- giuni jjiJiu fiiuun prr- yellow hammer using Its beak to formers, who sometimes gain or bore its way out. . ( io se « to 30 pound's from one Before slie could find the source night to the next, according to of the noise and extract the bird, their announced weights. it hud drilled a hole in the back The Indicator on the first luau ....^. „ ..«,,. »,, niv utlllt | I ill JIIULIUIVU Ull [lie IllSl 111U- nf the stove the size of o itnllnr.' chine climbed to 21K when Fus! ter claii.ucred aboard. The .second Head Courier News want Ads ' found the big copper welgliin, Farmer's Prayers for Rain Saved Tomato Plants j i MTJNCIE, Ind. I.UP)—One Wash-| ington township farmer is convinced of the power of prayer. He hesitated to set out his tomato plants din-ins; the midst ol a drought, having seen his neighbors' plants wither in the heal. He piayed for rain and started setting out his plants. Before he had finished, rain fell in abundance. Read Courier News Want Ad». Tile California Institute of Tech-I nology has biiilfs'a i.OOO.OOfl-volt X-l ray tube. j KHONE 134 FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEIT. Sandy Ridge Barker Bevllls Vance Tim leading Pelicans of Hie Southern Association took two games from the Little Hock Travelers yesterday. The scores were !i to.a miti i to o. Messenger was the winner In the first game as the Pel butlers miule 15 hits count for their nms.| , ( Messenger In some manner kept! 1; ^ [Pl , 13 Traveler blows lo but three' mis. The second game was n eal hurling duel with Galehouse. merging winner over Sharpc. The one run was scored In the fourth nnlng. Sharpc let the Pels down with three hits while Gatehouse gave up but five. The Memphis Cliickasuws trounced the Birmingham Barons 6 to nl Memphis anil gained Ridgers Beat Yarbro Easily, Score 12-1 Sandy nidge defeated Ytubro lo 0 j»l Sandy Ridge ball park, south of Blythevllle. Sunday. Bledsoe and Guiiio.s hurled for the Ridgers ' mul Ijctwrcn them .struck out 14 ol llii: Yururo butlers. J. SmotbjTinrm ivurked un the mound for Yuvbro. Sandy Ridge plnys Biownsvlllf. I Tenn., next Siimlny. The Iwx score: COMMISSIONER'S KALE NOTICE Is hereby given that thi undersigned commissioner, in com' Ab n II 5 'i 3 fi 3 3 5 2 2 Haney c ft 1 a L. Galnes Ib 5 1 5 Plttmnn ss 5 1 u 5 0 1 S. Bevllls rf 4 1 2 Blcdfoe p , 3 i Galnes p 1 0 Totals 43 12 23 series. the Hutcheson led the Mem- Yarbro Clay c Ab 4 Wilbur 2b 4 D. Bunch Ib 4 Fiiy rf ..: 3 . . rwith the terms of a decree repdVt(i. by the Chancery Cour for. the Chlckosawba District D: Mississippi County, Arkansas. 01 the 23rd day of June, 1934, where In. Southwest JointtiStock land Bank was Plaint!?!,, No.' 4984, and Fannie Llntzenlch. cl'al:. were Defendants/ will :se)l at public auction to ihe' highest anil best bidder, for wish, on 1 a credit of- three inonths.liit tin;-front door .of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, on the 18th 3hls attack with a single, double nnd triple. Boward was Ihe winning pitcher, relieving Swnjw, nnrt White was the loser. The Nashville Volunteers broke even In two games with the Xnax- ville Smokies. The Smokies won the second, 4 to 2, after the Vols had annexed the first. 3 to 1. Lnnce Rlchbourg took over the management of Ihe club, succeeding Charlie Dressen who has gone to Cincinnati In Die. same cu- pnclty. Tlic Chnttanooga Lookouts defeated the Atlanta Crackers G lo 4 at Atlona. The Lookouts scored 2 runs in a 10-iiiiilng rally to lake the game. Arinbriisl was the winning pitcher. Llnclsey 3b Pete cf :.... Jugcns If .. Thonipso nlf Jack ss Sinolhennnn p Totals 30 0 ii/l , day of August, 1934, the follow- Pope Pius XI Honored Three Alabama Prelates MOBILE. Ah. [UP>— Honored by Pius XI, the rank of domcs- prelnte, carrying 'with It the ing real estate,, to-wit: The West 60 acres of the Wost Half of the Southwest Qua'r.- .ter and all that part of the . Southwest Qunner of Ihe Northwest Quarter.' lying South of the bayou, all In Section Thirty-three (331, Townsliip Sixteen (1G) North, Range Elc- . ven (11) East. All that part of the Northeast Quarter 'of Section Thirty-two 132) lying South of the bayou, and all of the Southeast Quarter of Section Thirty-two <32), except a 5-acre tract used for cemetery in the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of said section nnd also less 40 acres described, as follows: Beginning at the Southeast corner of the cemetery lot. •which point Is 28 chains and II links West of tlw South- tast corner of Section Thirty- two (32), running thence North 14 chains, and 11 links, thence East 28 chains and 11 links, thence South 14 chains and 11 links, thence West 28 chains and 11 links to the point of 'beginning, all in Township Sixteen (16) North, Range Eleven (11) East. That part of the East Half of the Northwest Quarter situated North of the Bayou In Section Thirty-two (32), Township Sixlccn (16) North, Range Eleven (11) East, containing In all 261.36 acres. Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree In trie sum of SU,873.71, with 8 per cent Interest from April 1, 1934. THE purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with approved aecurlty l to secure the payment of j the i purchase money, and a lies'fail be retained upon cmid property as additional security for tl» payment of such purchase money. WITNESS my hand and tne seal of.sald Court, on this, the 23rd day of July, 1S34. R. L. OAINES, Commissioner In Chancery. ilk' ol inonsignor, has been con- rred ,up~6n four prominent riesls ' ol the Mobile diocese, hrce have churches here, while le fourth Is ol Montgomery. They arc: Hev. Philip Cullcn. I inncellor ol the diocese and pas-1 or ol St. Patrick's Church; Rev.: ohn R. O'Donoyhuc, pastor of St.! Inry's. nnd Rev. Lester J. Car-1 oil, superintendent of parochial school's, all of Mobile, and Rev. ames B. Rogers, pastor of St. •eter's Church in Montgomery. Last Time Today Mat. 2:30, 10-26e Nite 7:15. 10-35c l-iiurcl & Hardy, Jimnrie Durante, Lu|>e Velez, Polly Moran, Jack I'earl, Ted Healy anil His Stooges, und Other (ireul Stars in 'HOLLYWOOD PARTY' ' Paramount News Cnmedy Tuesday - Weds. Idaho Autu* Inrrrase BOISE. Iclnho. (DPI— Morel Iceiiscd automobiles nrc on Idaho 1 roads (his year than during 1933.1 a report of ihe slate licensing de-, parlment reveals. Current year | pnssenger car.- reglslmlions arc 12.476 above the number lasl year; there arc 3.046 more trucks nnrt 30 more dealers. Laboratory tests show that we might live for 19tt> years if we could keep our blood temperature at 45 degrees Fahrenheit. WARNING ORDER Merchants' Orocer'Co:.' of Blylhe- villa, MainttfT. vs. Mars, Incorporated, Defendants. The defendant, Mars Incorporated, Is warned to appear In the Municipal Court for the City of Blytheville. Arkansas, within thirty d:iys and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Merchants Grocer Company, ot Blytheville. Dated this 1Ui day of July, 1934 FRANK WHITWORTH, Clerk. Reid, Evrard <k Henderson, Atty.s lor Plaintiff 9-16-23-30 -m At Nl»ht—S«n4»y— Anytlne Far Qnkk urf Dependable Wrecker Servke Phillips Motor Co. CUNDA FAItUL, OUT KKMt, HUGH NEHItKT, «UIM DOMMU. LY.FXANK McHUOH.MAIlGAMT 1INDSAY, QONAtO WOODS Paramount News Travelogue—"On .Western Trails" ELECTRIC RATES REDUCED 141", Effective In Blytheville, August 20, 1934 Pursuing our policy of keeping electric rates as low as operating costs am! investment permits, we find it possible at this time to make a reduction of approximately 14 1-2 per cent aft'eeling all residential and commercial users of electricity. RESIDENTIAL RATES The old method of computing the residential rate was based on the number of rooms in your home; under the new schedule your cost will be based on your actual usage in K.W.H. regardless of the si/e of your home. 8k for first ?0 1C. \V, H. used per month 6c for next 20 K. Vi, 7 . H. used per month 3c for excess over 40 K. W. H. used per month We are also placing in effect a new "Full Residential Service" rate, being designed for customers whose equipment includes an electric range. All other household appliances may be used oil the new rate schedule. First 30 K. W. H. $2.50 Next 100 K. W. H. 4c per K. W. H. All over 130 K. W. H. 2c per K. W. H. A customer using an electric range, electric refrigerator and electric water heater will have an average bill under this new rate of approximately 2V* cents per K.W.H. COMMERCIAL RATES The commercial rate has been lowered and the number of kilowatt hours you buy under the second step has been lowered from 270 to 190, saving the average commercial consumer 16 1-2 per cent. The new schedule follows; 8k for first 30 K. W. H. used per month 6c for next 190 K. W. H. used per month 3c for excess over 220 K.W.H. used per month These reductions enumerated above will make a saving to Blytheville electric consumers of over SI],000 annually. ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CO. "At Your Service" .IAS. HILL, JK. President JOHN A. BACK Local Manager.
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