Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 3, 1930 · Page 9
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Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, June 3, 1930
Page 9
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t OVER VETO MALtON, O. 0., June 3.- Pl«»lil<sm Hifover'a failure to obtain more thAtt S3 toteft in congress to sustain hi* rota 6f the Spanish war veterans' ffefiaioft bill marked the II rat ftiajdt i!lea*eag« to develop between the White House and congress as a Mr. MbOver's dealings with the senate ,Bave been unusually turbulent since hl« Inauguration March 4, 1929, but he AUftefed only one serious, reverse that WM the rejection of his verse a W e reec nomination Of Johp J. Parser to tbe United State* supreme court. Moils bt ttt« Other presidential and senatorial «Htt«renceS have centered around th» debenture plan of favtn, relief,- WWbh«i»# is stricken from the tariff bill, AMt wafl previously eliminated 'tfomiK% farm relief bill. Th* house always has stood by the presldfejit, refusing to let the senate hav» it* Way oh the debenture, or on a recent occasion to let the Gadsden purchase coin bill pass over his veto. However, . Ifttfr yesterday, only fourteen representatives stood by Mr. Hoover, While 298 were against him. Congressional 'historians were unable to recollect *' time when a president fell Bb far Short of support from his own pSrty in. congress, even in the tfnusual reconstruction days after the Civil waK A Similar 'situation was shown in the senate Vote which was 61 to 18 to over-ride the president. Thus, out ol' H59 Votes cast -In both houses Hoover received 82. o..,^. ...-. Tha house .'Republican floor leaders from Syracuse. and mo'st of the senate leaders with the exception of floor generalissimo Wutson; ahd Fess deglined to follow ithe recommendations of the chief ^executive. .•' . XvlWTItKT Wf W* WBW»»»- If 90** MOM VACATWK Secretary W. N, Deckee df the city school district who left AlWont 6« Friday, May 18, on fe vacation trJfe which took him flfst to New drleans La., where he attended the •cortve;ntl«» of the National AssoclatiCH of Public school Business Officials and then to Excelsior Springs, MO., for a rest period, returned to the city yesterday noon and immediately took up his school duties. The trip to.New Orleans was made by boat from New York and' proved highly delightful and refreshing. During the convention, which extended from May 19 to 23, Mr. Decker was honored by being elected first vice president of the association. Every opportunity to view the beautiful sights in and about the southern city was given the school men and the entire time spent in the city proved extremely Interesting. Leaving New Orleans on Friday evening, May 23, Mr. Decker went by train to St. Louis where he was joined by Mrs. Decker for the trip to Excelsior,Springs, Mo., where the past w'eelt was spent in complete relaxation. While Mr. Decker returned home yesterday Mrs. Decker remained at the Springs f* a further period. nELEASK VETERAN HUIU..ER. PHILADELPHIA, June 3.—The Philadelphia National league ball club today released Grover Cleveland Alexander, veteran National league pitcher. The announcement marking the passing from the major leagues of one of the greatest pitchers of all time, was made by William F. Baker, president of the Phillies. Alexander now becomes a free agent, all clubs in the National league having waived. Alex n a.Liuua.1 jtu-^j u«- *»WT--- O •• — • ander lirst came to the Phillies in 1911 ' WES IN PHILADELPHIA. PHILIFSBURG, Jilne 3.—Norman S. Ibberson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ibberson, died at Post-Graduate hospital, Philadelphia, Sunday afternoon, June 1, following a month's! illness from sinus trouble and during which time he underwent several operations. Deceased, a native of Munson, Clear- Held county, had he lived until June 22 would have reached his 32nd birthday. Ht came to Philadelphia with his parents In 1914, where he attended the public school and graduated from local high In 1917. For several years he had been employed as truck salesman for Dodge Brothers, located in Now Jersey and Pittsburgh. He was a young man of sterling qualities, held in highest esteem by all who knew him. The.body was brought to the home o£ his parents, South Centre street, from which funeral services, in charge of Rev. S.' B. Evans of the Methodist church, wlH'be held Wednesday afternoon at. 230, with interment in Philipsburg c'emetery. Besides his parents, these brothers and sisters suirvive: Glenn of Philadelphia, Fred E. Ibberson, Lenetta. wife of George Batcheler, Philadelphia, and Miss Mildred, at home. on It/ liquid dye in a tube TINTS O* DYES ALL FAB MC S SUKS.WOOUNS, RAYON, COTTON WITHOUT STREAKS Ok SPOTS wr, GABLE'S llth AVENUE BUILDING MAIN FLOOR I (. Sho! Sho! Sho! Gable's Has Amos, n'Andy Toy Fresh Air Taxicabs 1 .00 I I I ( They run! They shake!. They slop and start again of their own accord! Amos does the driving; Andy sits in the rear seat and pull's on his cigar. Come and see them on exhibition in the Toy Section. Check and Double Check A New Game of Chance 75c Brilliancy, color, character—join in making Check and Double Check today's great game, "A new method of play" is a trite phrase, but here it becomes a fact—not only "a new method" but one so ingenious, so vibrant with llie spirit of modern life that it holds you tense with interest and suspense. It is learned instantly from observation or explanation, and appeals to every one. It's great sport fop two players—equally so for three, four, five or more. Get one for your next parly. GABLE'S 12th AVKNUK BLULDlNLi-SKCOND FLOOR 1 • _TTI^ . ^ 'IjT- Every Summertime Need at Gables; Another of the extraordinary specials in dependable merchandise. Don't fail to take advantage' of this Radio Special tomorrow. WEDNESDAY ONLY! Japanese Silk Pongee 33c Regularly Sold at 49c Heavy, lustrous Japanese Silk Pongee in natural shade. Retains its original lustre in laundering. Makes lovely frocks and smocks and can be used as well for bedroom or living room drapes. 33 inches wide. llth AVENUE BUILDING—MAIN FLOOR We Don't Believe There Are Any Better Shirts Than Duanes for •' .69 1 Predicting the New Mode With Lovely Dorine Frocks for Sports for Street for Afternoon for Dance Duane shirts are known for their splendid wearing and laundering qualities. They are full cut and nicely tailored. In collar atlached and neckband styles. Guaranleed preshrunken. Purchase several for summer wear. Sizes ISVa to 18 and 33 to 35-inch sleeve lengths. • Save by Choosing 3 for $5 Sports Sweaters, $3.95 to $7.95 Pull over and coat sty/le sweaters with V or round neck. Some sleeveless models in the group. Plain, colors and novelty patterns. Sweater Sets, $5.95 to $7.95. Men's Hose, 50c to $1 Pair Fine wearing hose in a variety of patterns. Interwoven and Conqueror Brands for dress or general wear. Purchase several pairs. Shirts and Shorts, $1 ea. Shorts of fancy pattern materials. Shirts of plain color rayon. You will want several of these garments for summer wear. All sizes. . MEN'S STORE—MAIN FLOOR Pictured at right is but one of the many lovely Dorine Frocks we have on display in our Ready-to-Wear section. It is fashioned of 'filmy chiffon, patterned in subtle, harmonious colors. Shirred at the bodice for form molding chic. Has a gracefully flared skirt. Worn with a sleeveless jacket with double capes you have a very charming dinner frock. Dorine Frocks are sold exclusively by us in Altoona. Sleeveless Short Sleeves Chiffon Full Length Sleeves Capes Short or Long Coats Flared or Pleated Skirts Georgette Lace Tulle Scores of Delightful Frocks ^. --• .1 :,*.««•. Q1a£i«r£>1aca Tnnnola Wltrt fin I Washable crepes, printed chiffons arid crepes and plain color chiffons, crepes, shantungs, Y.O- Sans and rajahs. Models for dress, street, and other occasions. Sleeveless models with fingertip jackets, short sleeve frocks with capea and many other styles . S}zes 16 to 40. llth AVENUE BUILDING—SECOND FLOOR V One-Day Sale Hosiery Chiftbii Hose, $1.65 3 Pairs, 84.70 Uexdale sheer chiffon hose with square or the new French heel. All silk. Savings It Bought In Lots of 3 Pairs Single Pair, $1.95 Smooth, well fitting hosiery iS especially desirable for a smart appearance, and summer demands a plentiful supply. These Dexdale and L'Opera finely woven silk hose are beautiful in texture and fit faultlessly—feet and tops are reinforced and may be had in a number of the most favored shades of the season. There are chiffon hose with square and the exclusive 3-point heel. Also two- point heel in plain or contrasting color. Replenish your supply of hose at the sale price tomorrow. llth AVENUE BUILDING—MAIN FLOOR Perfect Fitting—Fine Quality^ Munsing Undies At One-Day Savings Women's Munsing finely woven rayon vests in pink, peach, Nile, orchid, flesh and mais. Regular sizes, $1, Extra sizes, $1.25. Rayon Step-ins to wear with the Vests. Flesh, peach, Columbine, tearose. Garment, $1.50. Three for $4.25. French Panties of fine quality rayon in four colors. Garment, $1.50. Three for $4.25. ,'' Rayon Bloomers with plain or yoke front. Five colors. Garment, $1.95. Three for $5.60. • Rayon Chemise with step-in or bloomer leg. Pink, peach and Nile. $1,85, Three for $5,20. Exrta sizes, $2.25. Rayon Chemise, band knee and brassiere top. Flesh and peach. Garment, $2.50. Two garments $4.50. llth AVENUE BUILDING—MAIN FLOOR Many Mothers Come to Gable's for Children's Footwear i and Gable's footwear for children lit comfortably and wear well, that is why so many mothers bring their children to this store for their footwear. At $3 and $3.50 there are patent center buckle pumps with well sole. Sixes (i 1 /- to II and ll'ii to 2, priced according to size. Children's Sport Oxfords $ X% AF f\ US * Children's two-lone oxfords will) crepe soles. Just the footwear for outings or general wear. Sizes 8 '/a to 11 and II Ms to 2. Priced according lo size. llth AVENUE BUILDING— MAIN FLOOR 3 C A , JU Boys' Sleeveless Wash Suits Cool and Inexpensive $1.69 $1.95 $2.95 Linens and broadcloths fashion these wash suits for boys 3 to 10 years. Sleeveless models. Plain or' combination colors. Sleeveless Sweaters in various colors. Si/es 4 to 10. Each, 17.95. llth AVENUE BUILDING—THIRD FLOOR Silverware to Give. June Brides $1.25 to $14 Community Plate Silverware in the new Ueauville pattern. Would make a very appropriate gift for the June bride. Sold separately or in complete sets. Complete Sets with mirror-finish, hollow handle knives. $36,50. , lltli AVENUE BUILDING—MAIN FLOOR Smart and Cool for 2-to-6 Children! Organdie Dresses Dainty little organdy dresses for the small folks, 2 to 6 years. Sleeveless models with square neck, Plain colors with contrasting color trims. Sun Hats for wear with these dresses, $1.50. llth AVENUE BUILDING— THIRD FLOOR .50 ,** Odds and Ends of Silk Lingerie Left from Gable Month Sales to i 10 Lovely sift gowns, pajamas, bloomers, chemise and step-ins, slightly soiled from display will bf offered at these special tomorrow. Some of the garments are beautifully lace triuuu#tt others have contrasting color trims. Regularly Sl.50 to $15. Misses' Bandeau Sets of Broadcloth, Prints and Wa9h Silks, 7Sc to Hth AVENUE BUILDING-THIRD FLOOR

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