Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on January 15, 1935 · Page 2
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THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Patapa, Texas TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15, 1936 EDITORIAL ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^u^^^^^^^^^L^^^^^M|^M|MMMM|^MM|MM|HB DO SPIDERS SEEK YOUR DOOR? Whenever a merchant or a businessman queries the Wisdom of newspaper advertising, I am reminded of the quaint story which is credited to Mark Twain. A sub- .scriber of the paper of which Mark Twain was editor wrote to inquire the significance of a spider, which he has discovered in the fold of his paper. "It means neither good luck nor bud," remarked the humorist, in reply to the subscriber's letter. "The spider was merely in the paper to see which merchant in the town does not advertise, so that he might, spin his web unhindered across his doorway." While Mark Twain's remarks are probably merely a delightful fabrication, there are nevertheless at least eight sound business reasons why a progressive business man cannot afford to disregard newspaper advertising: 1. Newspaper reading is a universal habit. Newspaper advertising, therefore, reaches each day virtually all who buy, giving them the merchants' news. 2. Newspaper advertising is the life blood of local trade because it touches all consumer sources in every community. It gives the national advertisers the same opportunity for complete consumer appeal in any locality, carrying news of what is new and good to everyone simultaneously. 3. Newspaper advertising cuts selling costs for recovery, the main point being the recovery of the republican party. Huey Long announces he'll broadcast a new cure for cancer. So many cancer cures have proved false that we'd believe in this one if it cured Huey. In his estimate of the number «jf people still unemployed, did President Roosevelt include General Johnson? Never mind the weather—baseball teams are getting ready for spring training. The world, says a scientist, is slowly being depleted of its oxygen, but can't wo stave off disaster, by muzzling' some of our political windjammers? HOLLYWOOD S1GHTS.WSOUNDS By BOBBIN COONS HOLLYWOOD—FiLm'Jand's bulelit matrimonial seas arc being weathered by a number of couples v/hose canoes carry the ktssf-and- make-up biinnor, bnt other boats are foundering to the tune of kiss- and-brcak-tip. Cary Grant played ':i a film called "Kiss and Ma so T p," yet in his apparent success. Aside from Lmpe because .it entails no waste in locality, of circulation. This cuts costs to the consumer. 4. Newspaper advertising insures quick, thorough, and economical dealer distribution and dealer goodwill, because retailers are willing to sell products advertised direct to their own consumers. This insures freshness, newness and the best form to the consumer. . 5. Newspaper advertising enables manufacturers to tell where their products may be bought. This eliminates time, trouble and waste of energy to the consumer. 6. Newspaper advertising can be started or stopped < over night, can be prepared! between days to meet certain developments and to obtain immediate results. This • gives consumers the latest news of late developments ' that may help them save money and are better served. 7. Newspaper advertising enables manufacturers to '< check advertising results and costs in every market they enter. This is an important element in keeping costs . down and distribution at peak for manufacturers. 8. Newspaper advertising costs less money than any ' other kind and brings results. Naturally, lower prices and • quick distribution results. • The merchant or other business man who is not tak- ' ing advantage of the opportunities offered by newspaper ' advertising to boost his business now, will still be facing ! readjustment problems when his competitors are back '• on a normal business ph\nc. And the consumers cannot ', be well served by the non-advertiser for the reasons set ' above.—Times-Record, Spencer, W. Va. this time," he sjnid. »My chief duty will be to see that the rules of the legislative game are obeyed and that the side that wins has the most votes." Woodul and his wife were greeted on their return to the capital by •cmodeled living quarters for the ieutenant governor. A kitchenette with nn electric stove has been installed. A bath and dressing room also have been- provided. Heretofore the accommodations in lie lieutenant governor's quarters have consisted only of a bed rpom, eception room and office. It has :ven lacked a hot water supply. The speaker of the house will re- urn to find his quarters unchanged. The presiding officer of the house will continue to bathe his face in cold water and seek his hot cakes and coffee at nearby capital restaurants. It is probable the house will make provision during the session for installation of modern conveniences in the speaker's quarters, appro- THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS Published evenings except Saturday, and Sunday morning by Pampa Dally NEWS, Inc., 322 West Foster, Pampa, Texas OIIAIORK N. NUNN, Gen. Mgr.! PHILIP R. POND, Business Mgr.j OLIN E. HINKLE, Managing Editor MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.—Full Jjeflsed Wire. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this newspaper and also the local hews published herein. AU rights for re-publication of special dispatches herein also are feservgd. Entered as second-class matter March 16, 1927, at the postoffice at Pampa, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION KATES OF THE TAMPA DAILY NEWS By Carrier in Tampa One Year 16.00 Six Months..; 43.00 One Month $.60 One Week t .15 By Mail in Gray and Adjoining Counties One Year 15.00 Six Months $2.75 Three Months $1.50 One Month $.60 , By Mall Outside Gray and Adjoining Counties One Year $7.00 Six Months $3.7j force Months $2.10 One Month $ .78 NOTICE—It is not the Intention of this newspaper to cast reflection upon the character of anyone knowingly and if through error it should the management will appreciate having attention called to same, and will gladly and fully correct any erroneous statement made. OUT OUR WAY .. By WILLIAMS THE NEW DEAL IN WASHINGTON BY RODNEY DUTCHER I NEA Service Staff Co-respondent WASHINGTON.—The treasury continues to be con- S servative, in spite of everything. , J Secretary Henry Morgcnthau was asked what he con« sidered the outstanding thing- in his/annual report, s "I'm told it's the dullest report ever written in the c .treasury," he replied. "But it isn't my fault. I had some• thing in there to brighten it up and the fellows around " here insisted on taking it out." K Of course, he was asked what had been deleted. " "Well," said Morgenthau, "I said that if business II didn't get any worse next year, it might get better. But they thought that statement was too reckless." *.• # # * # '' Quite a few veterans of the pre-New Deal era re- ti memberecl "Pension Bill' Ashbrook of'Ohio, who entered' ;: the house in 1906, served 14 years, and was recently re' elected to his old seat after 14 years away from here. Bill Ashlbrook liked to be called "Pension Bill," be- .cause he had introduced more pension bills than anybody .' else, although that wasn't much help to him in the J920 ' Harding landslide. " ; What astonished his old friends as he walked ' into the house on opening day, however, was the fact that "Pension Bill" was very far from being alone. He was 54 years old when he left the house and quite childless. But now, trailing along behind him, • were five of his own boys and girls, ranging from 2 to 9 years. They all sat in the back row. '--. "Pension Bill" wasn't the only one to bring in the - children, but it was about that time folks outside heard ;, Head Doorkeeper Joe Sinnott loudly ordering: "No more -: kids on this floor!" ;. * * * * ;, The boys on Capitol Hill are all proud of the speedy " new elevators—a bit modernistic, they are—which were j installed throughout the Capitol and its office buildings * between sessions. Though .some of the new congressmen 3 suspect graft. The illuminated floor indicators inside and outside ^ the cars say SB, B, F, G, which means Sulb-ba.sem.ent, I Basement, Floor and Gallery. * Congressman John O'Connor saw the "SB" sym» bol and grunted: j "That Sol Bloom gets his name every» where!" ? This was a pardonable error, as Congressman Bloom still one of the Hill's outstanding limelight grabbers, ^n the opening day one noticed him, much of the time, sitting- ingratiatingly on the rostrum at the feet of Speak- I er Jae Byrns, whom he was engaging in conversation. !• '' * * * * c Another New York congressman, however, wasn't having any too happy a time on the opening day. Sam Dickstein, chairman of the committee appointed to investigate Nazi activities, which has been promoting another "red scare" instead, was writing a .three-page letter to the commissioner of police in his home town of New York. . \ Sam urged that no further parajde permits be jgrantpd * -to communists. Because, he said, all such parades likely * had a way of winding up at his house. » * It see.rng that the communists had been demanding a 1 thanes to testify about themselves before the cQmra.ittejj, » When Dickstein refused, they had started building- plat\ fprms opposite his home an,d yelling the,}r testimony \ across the, street. . / * i ._... " The Republican party has outlined a 20-Hpint program Vclez and Johnny Wclssmuller, with printing funds for the improvements whom the procedure out of the contingent expense fund. "for a while, there was the case of Sidney Fox and her producer hus- BARNEV AM' MRS.VORK \/ STOPPED BV THIS MAWMIK FER.THER B\Ca. POUCE DOG AN'. HER. PWZ.E NALTfeESE CAT. THER VERY UPSET. TH' DOG> HAS TOOK DOZ.EMS 6' PRtZ.ES,AN' 1H 1 CAT IS WUTH A-SMALL. FORTUNE Operators of the house voting ina- TH' Y DION' HERf DON'T . POUC band. Charles Bealmn, who dis- chine have the apparatus overhaul- agreed and then agreed, broke up TRAPPING! eel and ready for action. New lights again and patched their troubles, THIS CATCH finally going on a second honey- have been installed -beside the name When n membci of each member. Phyllis Barry and Al Nord, the wishes to vote aye private, life with Virginia Chen-ill KJOR.TH.Ey AIN'T tion he pushes a button on his desk he was" unable to take the film's ad- GCft NO PRIZE CATS AMD YOU AIN'T. started separation proceedings, only and a red light appears. vice. Married only seven on the fence he'pushes the button to kiss and make up. But Kathleen when they separated about three three times and a white light desig- Burke, the "panther woman," and nates he is present but not voting. her husband, Glenn Rardm, kissed qualify for the klss-and-break-up In legislative parlance a bill or and made up only as a preliminary style of movie matrimony to a final break-up confirmed by a resolution has been given the "blue- Cherrill's action for separate main- bonnot" when the lights on the board are overwhelmingly blue. divorce decree. tenance makes tire break-up appear Mrs. Buckler to Remain President Of Library Board MNTH CHATTER Nobody thought that June Knight and Paul Ames would end their honeymoon so soon, but 12 days after their elppeemnt June was under her own roof again, admitting that for the time at least the Officers of the Pampa Library board were re-elected at n regular session yesterday afternoon. Mrs. C. P. Buckler is president, Mrs. B. E. marriage was over. The siiortcst-lived marriage Hol- BY CHARLES E. SIMONS lywood ever knew was that of Elinor Fair to Thomas W. Daniels m 1932. Pinley is vice president, and Mrs. They quarreled after J.1JUY ULUL1JC1UU Wll'Cl 1~JUI.U11£ Lw . ' _,* * , i_ Yuma, and Miss Fair returned alone Governor-elect Walter Wppdul has James Todd Jr., librarian, acts as expressed Intention to refrain .from and got a Mexican decree interfering in legislation as much Other board members present were Daniels won an annullment deci- as possible during the regular ses- Mrs. F. E. Leech, Mrs. S. G. Surratt, The "illogical" sequel, sion of the 44th legislature. A. M. Teed, and OJln E. Hinkle. last July, was their re-marriage! The incoming lieutenant governor Donald Cook and Maxme Lewis is a veteran of eight years of legis- wero man-led in January and in month of December. A total of 3,025 lative experience that includes terms July she filed suit for divorce, which books were checked out for a dally in both houses. was rather quick work against Dan Thirty-five book: average of 121. Cupid. But not so quick as the Ed- were mended, 66 new books were In some of them, as die Buzzell-Sara Clark dissolution. were lost, 1 was re- he expressed It, his "ears have been married the society placed, 21 books were given in lieu whipped down" while in others he girl in August, and less than two of fines, and 34 books were overdue has come out victorious. months later they had separated. at the end of the month. Woodul is looking forward with month after the separation, pleasure to a session in which he Mrs. Buzzell had her interlocutory Motor vehicles operated by the win sit as umpire and watch his various departments of the North colleagues scurry about the flooi Kissed And Made Up Carolina state government use ap- engaged in their respective scram- On the other side of the picture, proximately $400,000 worth of gaso- (?) 1&J5 BV NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REO."U. 8. PAT. however, several couples have join- bles. line every 90 days "I am going to be the umpire ed the kiss-and-make-up ranks with By COWAN Doubling for Windy! THE NEWFANGLES (Mom'n Pop) A FINE CHANCE KUMN WOULD HAVE, PROVING THNT HE WAS ANY PLACE EXCEPT TOfAKINS CORNERS,WITH YOU THERE DOUBUN& FOR H\rA"OPERATOR,I WANT TO TALK TO WINDY KUHN AT 374 TONKINS CORNERS .' DETAIN UlfA ? EONT BE UNCOUTH ! THIS IS ALL WITUIN THE LAW- WE /V\\&HT STRIP HlfA OF HIS CLOTHES,FOR INSTANCE HE'LL STAY HERE OF HIS OWN FREE WILL-SO, TUAT COVERS US .' 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