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Delta Star, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1937, Greenville, Mississippi READ THE WANT ADS It b a profitable habit to have Maybe you have discarded article one would buy or you arc employment VOLUME NUMBER ONE DAY AHEAD Football i First In The Star Hornets Defeat Y Campaign Totals Tupelo Wave Are At More w ave iz u Funds Expected Monday GREENVILLE MISSISSIPPI SATURDAY OCTOBER 9 1937 Ecstacy Here Game Unimpressive Deal Made rival of fi il B'S Hornet for LeUnd al 19 to 0 Greenwood beat if The Greenville High school Hornets pounded out an un- impressive victory over the Tupelo High school Golden Wave last night ending their fourth game of the season out a defeat The Hornets gained ly broke the touted Wave line almost at will an impressive of pass attempts but failed to Both Sides Expect Battle To push over the number of i c lu downs their gains would have tn For justified At the end of Yangtse River game Tupelo's attack which had been launched ia the last quarter had put the visitors in scoring dis- tance They had the ball on the line when the meeting Estimated Will Be TO I I f I CHINA AND JAPAN READY FOR BIG BATTLE RAINS MAY DELAY ANTICIPATED FIGHT if Assurance that the Y M C reach the goal set for the 1937 campaign was Riven last night by Will Candless although complete re- sults of the drive wore not able Latest tabulation last mgM showed the total subscribed o be nil the between this figure and coal will be made up when subscriptions come in dov campaign will not bo con- Monday it was ex- Inst night bv Mr but some of the ers asked that n few of their he hold over until Monday when it will be more convenient for them to qct in touch with subscribers The latest figure arrived at by adding the turned in yesterday to tin 181 total reported al yesterday breakfast Division B headed by William Harbison and sell won the division award and the team won thn team of two award The awards Division n for reporting the largest total number of culminated A crowd almost as the delegation turned out for the Memphis Warriors sle locally last week witnessed the game lust night in perfect football weather Tho first counter in he first quarter after Henderson dueled back t of n Led Into What Is Said To Be Bloodiest Battle By EARL LEAF Copyright 1937 by United SHANGHAI Saturday Oct 9 UP China and Japan were prepared today to hurl an estimated men into the battle of the undeclared sy ill Mohammed Tewfik Nessim Pasha 64 above thrice Premier of Egypt has ordered plans to proceed for his wedding in Cairo to Maria Huebner daughter of an Austrian keeper The couple's marriage plans recently collapsed when the girl's father objected to arrangements but later he approved a new settlement on Page Three 6500 MINERS REFUSE TO END SYMPATHY STRIKE running James the one-man band of the visitors Hall took the pigskin stripe with a line plunge It was well after the middle of the first Tupelo got the ball after a fumble on their Doth sides expected that a great final to end the long struggle for control of tho lower Yangtse river valley would start this week-end General Chu nese commander had about line Signa took the on the first play plunged through the line and twisted through backs for a sweet gain of 19 yards trom ran the next play and it must been then that he found the hole in the Tupelo line He a couple of yards off tackle On the next play however he swooped around end on n long dash with the Hornet offensive line clicking perfectly ami ended on the Tupelo line He went through the line on the next try made two yards and a first down and then derson ran around end to place the ball on the line then picked up six yards with who later was in- jured showing Tupelo how to block Signa failed on his try and then Hall made the few feet through the line McCain was going to try for file extra point but ball was fumbled by the holder A few minutes after lasl quarter Began Signa plowed through the Wave clipped off Ifl yards and made the second counter of the gome The fourth began with the ball on Tupelo's line and in their possession McElroy boy WTS good picked up six yards through the line On the next play ho dropped back for a pass changed his mind when nnd King whizzed ward him and managed to through for a pain and a first down Their pass nnd they had a came on the next McElroy to Thomas Adams to W R ant laterally and the here declared formally that a fight to the death is im- pending General Matsui in his mation The Japanese now is use every means within its power lo subdue its opponents The objectives of the Japanese expeditionary forces are lo protect the lives and erty of Japanese residents lo scourge the Chinese and its army in punishment for their actions in following erate ami policies in with the Communist groups and in short to establish tho tions for a firm and lasting pence in East Asia We arc determined to subdue those who bear arms against pan The Japanese army will show no mercy I am confident that the day again is near when the of peace will shine again The general's declaration was he said carried the bel Air Cruisers As well as my own name and tions I have received of the sny il only my Callan also said the raft made for Miss Earhart carried i gle orbon dioxide bottle since it was of new design older rafts carry two hollies Descriptions or the raft found did not mention such bottles doubt very much if raft could be Miss Callan said because of the missing Air Cruiser Inc and 1 don't see how it could drifted that far I was in the navy for some years and the currents in that vicinity would have taken raft from Hawaii Callan believed the raft of two-man type came from a pleasure boat CHARLES WEINTRAUB BEAUT year-old Viennese beauty whose bathing scenes in the banned film caused a sensa- i tion as she arrived In York Union Leaders Demands I nored when Hedy Refuse To Leave Mine nT Council Delays To Lay Telephone Cable Permit lo the Southern Bell Telephone Company lo lay an underground conduit from the central office on Washington nue to Starling was de- layed al a meeting of the City Council yesterday because of a controversial clause in the series of restrictions imposed by the council The company ob- to a clause calling for manent maintenance of poles for the city's fire alarm system though this provision is included in the company's franchise that if the city is wired for telephone by means of underground conduits clause would impose an un- necessary burden on the com- pany The proposed bo referred lo officials of the tele- phone company for approval or disapproval before the council takes further action The a quarter-mile underground that they remain working Tonight at a meeting of com- pany officials and a committee of nine valley cals of United Mine Workers of America D president of the concern ed he was ready in listen lo any and all soon as the illegal strike was ended but would not negotiate until the men return to work A sub-committee of four of tile union committee was named to lake ment to flu slay who have been 1252 feet on Ibe eighth level since Tuesday morning 11 considered unlikely on Page Three Death From The Air IN PLAY IN NEW YORK c by bolh Chinese and Japanese It means that he has iis Ions efforts to crack the solid Generalissimo ang anti- front by nnd will fight with every thing he can find The one that may delay the great battle observers be- continuation of the rains of he three have turned the marshy battle zone north and west of hai into a quagmire Rain still Weintraub who previously hern at is a member of the Jane Manners Players whir are pre- a one-act plav today at the Talk of the Town Club in New York City Rend The Star Weather Continual on Page Three if Cloudy Saturday lowed by rains Saturday night Sunday Hain End da V right on down lo Greenville's Cotton South Must Trade yard line McElroy went line for a hard earned yard gain and another first down i T i For Desired Crop Legislation on next play but Adams a on his try McElroy then picked up the one Adams lost added another lo it and then on the next plav shot a pretty pass to Ward who emerged from under etcetera etcetera on line It looked bad McElroy tried another but boy he played ball last night sprinted forward jumped and hit the ground running with ball the prettiest tion of the season He scooted 30 yards to the Tupelo line Henderson took the pigskin on the first down Henderson carried the ball frequently lost night and looked good find dashed 16 yards on a long run perfect interference end It was of course another first down picked up on Past Three MONROE La Oct B UP The Cotton Soutli will hove to do a lot of trading to get the crop legislation its farmers de- sire U S Rep Rene H en D La warned a statewide agricultural meeting hero today We must be tolerant and have a bolter understanding said The small er as well as the large planter must be cared for by striking a reasonable balance There are but 137 maximum congressional votes from the nine cotton states out of a total of 435 It is a matter of trade in order to such as cotton farmers require Senior John H Overton of Louisiana told the meeting which endorsed Agriculture Com- missioner Harry D Wilson's program that the time has come when the dirt farmer be from The today Overtoil ing to develop While we do not procure third of the there has been restriction sugar production to aid like Cuba in increasing their chasing power of our tured goods If the government to build up its export trade by re- output of ture let it pay adequate to the farmer for the that is taken out of production The proposals ad- opted at a gathering similar lo others in orm stales will be gallons endorsed here will be given lo a Senate sub-committee at New Orleans on October 22 Urn PRICE Second Crop Curb On Gambling U.S PREPARES Dixie Adviser FOR CONFERENCE ON WAR Preliminary Conversations With Great Britain On Procedure Are Begun ROOSEVELT CABINET CONFER ON U.S POLICY American League Against War Fascism Attempts to Picket Jap Embassy WASHINGTON Oct B UP The United Stales ment today plunged actively in- fo preparations for a conference In slop Japanese in China when it yan preliminary conversations with Great Britain on procedure to be followed among Hie con- powers The conversations with a conference between V A Mallet counsellor and charge of Hie British Embassy and Assistant Secretary of Slate Hugh Wilson expert on League of Nations procedure The discussions between President Roosevelt and his and foreign affairs advisers on the extent to which the United Slates will go in aiding the proposed quarantining of Japan as an exponent of G rent Britain apparently was acting on behalf of all league powers which signed the power guaranteeing the territorial integrity of China though the United States has yd received an invitation to Die conference at which an economic boycott of island empire may be discussed Secretary of Stale Cordell Hull has assured Europe of ican participation Wilson declined to discuss the called on him in response to instructions from Anthony Eden British for- minister While they talked members Fort publisher and editor of the Chattanooga Tenn News pointed special assistant to ad- vise Secretary of State Cordell Hull on reciprocal trade policies Continued on Page Three Confederate Vets Vote For Meeting with GAR MONTGOMERY Ort II UP A score of Alabama Me ending their state voted unanimously for n joint convention wiMi HIP of the Republic nl Gettysburg Pn in June 1030 General J ft Kennedy snid miles rn on n siUJmvn if fo under The G A Jl lint the nnd be shown U tlie joint con- vent ion Two Die When Trapped In Gas-Filled Hole MIAMI BEACH Fla Oct 8 UP Two men djed day one in a rescue at- tempt when three Southern tiell Telephone Co employes were in 1 filled manhole T II Griffin who jumped into the death in n futile attempt to save three of his fellow ers dead on ill i cal hospital A Johnson who was working in underground pit also died from the fumes George ami W J lo he in a U the Dave i Miami Ilciich who aided in bringing men from the manhole was overcome hy the fumes His was reported to friir tlic of his companions called lo two nearby and jumped into manhole in an attempt to he three men lo Ihr Miami Beach firemen were called to scene and removed victims from the pit Nine Fined In Friday Term In Municipal Court if Mi tin were fined in Friday of municipal court over bv Judge Emmet Those fined the they ed colored charged Wallace Makes Granted New York Cotton Exchange Announces N 0 To Follow By FRED O BAILEY United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON Oct 8 UP A strong curb on gambling in cotton in the face of second largest in American been imposed by the New York Cotton Exchange at the request of the federal government of Agriculture Henry A Wallace The New York exchange lace said voluntarily minimum margin requirements ill his request Similar action to nil but hedging ind straddle operations is expected to be taken by Orleans the Cabinet official said The rule adopted by the New York exchange requires of all customers initial margins equal to not less than fixed for clearing by New York Cotton Exchange Association Inc when customers margins are depleted bv 50 per cent they must be to the initial amount Further restrictions include Any sales of purchases against a corresponding quantity or proximate quantity of purchases or sales of A spot cotton B cotton products or C futures contracts bought or sold i in different months may frohr the I h vided that the carrying obtains from his written statement that all 5 trades are covered this which provides that the member is satisfied thai the statement is correct Department of Agriculture of- who pointed out that there is no law under which the could have forced the cotton exchange to impose mini- mum margin requirements said the rule would act as a curb on gambling Wallace The adoption of minimum requirements lends to insure fair competition between commission Continued Page Three DREW PERSON 5 or Three Dahl Saved From Death Plans To Resume Honeymoon taken Wing over Chinese positions in China The picture was art aboard an lor Chinese below SALAMANCA fV R Harold Dahl HI aviator who was ed from execution by a from Generalissimo Francisco Franco planned tonight to re- sume an honeymoon with his of and then seek flying job in the United Slates Hint bus bear has disappeared I can think about is lo join my hardly a said Dahl Dahl's bride Mrs ors Dahl an entertainer is ing the release of her husband in Cannes France Whatever she advises I am going to do said Dahl because she is and warned me against coming to Spain iiut r am anxious to gel back into the flying gains He said he had had the best sleep in months after learning of the pardon last He was captured by the gents after his was shot down July 12 Dahl io his cell the verdict from yer Del and wrote two telegrams one to franco and to his wife Generalissimo Franco no words possibly tell mv wholehearted and of said the 1 know and worth of real ish limped for words then lo a lo his bride Deceived pardon from death by from General Franco he wrote Will plans tomoi row Worlds of love Merilo conferred with authorities to make ar- rangements for Dahl's release ft was uncertain how soon the Dahl's could for the United Stales in event an release is because of passport difficulties All our papers are mixed Dahl said His bride even have an American passport he said and his own is phoney Keillor's The Brass awarded this week to Dave erican Federation of Labor stronghold in the Northwest good for one free ride on The Washington WASHINGTON President met a lot of powerful people on his trip senators congressmen local bosses publishers and leading business executives any one of whom commanded weight and in his com- munity But by far the most powerful was a beefy cd gentleman who benrs only the innocuous title of Organizer for the International Brotherhood of Teamsters in the 11 Rocky mountain and Pacific coast stales but who actually is the of Seattle and the dominant factor in the Northwest The gentleman in question is Dave Beck sometimes called the John L Lewis of the West he uses Indies thai Lewis seem meek and mild in comparison By these Beck thumbed his at the courts denounced the New tional Relations Board put ttw
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