Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 11, 1935 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Pampa, Texas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, September 11, 1935
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Peasants Plan March to Oust Carol's Magda BUCHAREST, Rumania, Sept. 11. UP)— Rumania's nntional pensrint pElrty leaders milled their followers today for an advance on the capital In a drive to remove Mine. Mngda liu'pescu, friend of King enrol, ns a power behind the throne. Some of the more optimistic peasant leaders predicted that 200,000 'persons would join in the "farmers' 'march on the capital" some time next month. The immediate object of the drive, said one participant in a secret conference of the peasant leaders, was to force the resignation of Premier Oebrge Tata rescue's government. With the peasant regime in power, lie said, the next step would be to i < 3 1 £ i ( C !• s a I f **<• it it lOc State 20c Today and Thursday "Naughty Marietta" Jcanctlc McDonald Bi&Rinisij REGRET . FRANCES DRAKE LKENT TAYLOR TODAY ense out Mms. Lupescu, red-haired daughter of a Rumanian industrialist. With her Carol once left the country after renouncing his rights to the throne. The party chiefs decided to organize their mnrch ns a graphic demonstration of what they called dissatisfaction of rural nrens with the trend of affairs at Bucharest. The leaders decided to throw their support to former Premier Julius Maniu, who has long been an outspoken opponent of the "Lupescu influence." C. L Mitchell, Pumper, Is Dead Clarence L. Mitchell, 40, died in a local hospital this morning after an illness of a week. He had been n resident of Pampa for seven years. Mr. Mitchell was a pumper for the Magnolia Petroleum company. Survivors are his wife and two children, Martha Eloise and John. Other survivors are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mitchell, Fairview, W. V., two brothers, J. L. Mitchell, Galveston, and Dennie Mitchell, Fail-view, and four sisters, Mrs. E. M. Kennant, Mrs. Berley Toothman and Miss Dorothy Mitchell, all of Fail-view, and Mrs. Paul Mount, Tailorstown, Penn. The body will be sent to Fall-view, W. Va., by the G. C. Malone Funeral home. Burial will be from the Methodist church at Fail-view, where Mr. Mitchell was a member. Hole in One Is Made by 'Clown Prince of Golf BALTIMORE, Sept. 11. (IP)— It's one for the book—a golfer who said lie was going to make a hole in one —and made it. Joe Ezar, wiry young Texan and self-styled "clown prince of glof," turned the trick during PGA eliminations here yesterday. In fact, Ezar completely stole the show. Playing with Bob Bai-nett, Chevy Chas pro, Ezar eyed the tenth Hole, and the spot where Barnett's ball Jay near enough for a birdie 2. "Have you ever seen a hole in one?" he asked Barnett. "No," said the latter. "Well, here it is," Ezar announced. His drive carried to the green, 122 yards away, hopped sidewise toward the cup, and disappeared. TO RETURN PRISONER OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 11. (/P) —Governor E. W. Marland issued an order today for the return of M. A. Swanson from Altus to the New Mexico penitentiary at Santa Fe to complete an 18-month sentence after New Mexico officials informed the Governor Swanson had failed to file monthly reports with a parole officer. DENIES PACT ROME, Sept. 11. (IP)— An official communique denied today that Italy has suggested to Germany conclusion of a non-aggression pact. 1-MINUTE SAFETY TALKS By Don Herold a parent. Thank: I m TO PARENTS ONLY 1 MINUTE SAFETY— People who would never think of strutting in n new suit of clothes, or because they had just deposited 81,000 in the bank, will strut In a motor car. I mean show off. You would think some people had invented the automobile, the way they swell up when they get into one. Excessive speed, Itself, Is often nothing more than an ego feeling its oats. But nine out of ten automobile accidents involving driving errors are due to undue speed, and every motorist should resist the desire to fly, or he is apt to find himself suddenly with real wings—and a harp. Dozens of little tricks that motorists pull that seem cute at the time—cutting in ahead of another car—beating a traffic light by a few seconds—racing a fellow motorist—or setting a record for a 200 or 500 mile trip that can be boasted about—are forms of auto- mo-bragging. Strut when you walk If you wish, but when you get into an automobile, be careful, be kind, be courteous, and remember that you are responsible for a machine capable of dealing death and destruction. Last year 36,000 persons were killed and approximately a million injured in automobile accidents. ALLRED NOT EXPECTED TO LEAVE GOVERNORSHIP FOR U. S. COURT BY CHARLES E. SIMONS AUSTIN, Sept. 11 W)—The report that Governor Allred would be offered a federal district judgeship caused a noticeable quickening of the political pulse of more than one state official. Allred refrained from comment other than to say it was "news" to him and appeared to be "purely speculative." If the offer was made and accepted—and there are many who doubt that the governor would retire in the middle of his first term- it would cause some .quick realignments in the realm of politics. As lieutenant governor, Walter Woodul would automatically become governor. Senator Jim Redditt of Lufkin, president pro tern ad interim of the senate, would take over the lieutenant governorship if the acceptance was made before election of a new president pro tern. The race for the democratic nomination for governor In next year's primary would be cracked wide &a 100 Per Cent Pure Pennsylvania MOTOR OIL Refined by the RadbiU Oil Co. at Philadelphia, Pa. Our money hack guarantee assures you this is as fine Oil as money can buy. Carload buying permits us to make this cut rate price. 2 Gal. Factory Sealed £« JQ Can y*»5O 5 Gal. Factory Sealed AM AQ Can 9JO7 Motor Master Spark Plugs Guaranteed 10,000 Miles 29c EACH Triangle 13 Plate Battery 6 Mos. Guarantee $2.98 EXC. Piston Rings Complete Sets $139 Chevrolet 0 A Ford COLD PATCH 121 Sq. In, Patch 1 Tube Glue 8c £. C, EARNEST US West Will Nat Knowingly Be Undersold open with Woodul, William Mc- iraw, attorney general, and Ernest O. Thompson, chairman of the railhead commission, regarded as cer- iain contenders. Such a situation, it Is believed, would improve 'the chances for Tom F. Hunter, defeated in last year's runoff primary. Hunter reportedly Is considering plans for another campaign. Entrance of McOraw and Thomp- son Into the governor's race would precipitate a scramble for these ofices, both highly competitive on account of their political prestige. Beddltt, reported to be a candidate for congress next year, supposedly would abandon that Intention and seek election to a full term as Lieutenant governor. Intimates of Governor Allred expressed the belief that he would not accept the federal post If proffered. The judgeship pays $6,000 more annually than the governor's salary and would carry much honor In Governor Allred's chosen profession. Unconfirmed reports are that Federal Judge E. B. Meek will retire soon and that United States Senators Tom Connolly and Morris Sheppard have been unable to agree on a recommendation. The appointment is made by the president on senatorial suggestion. Allred has been regarded as a possible contender, although .this, too, is highly doubtful, for Sheppard's office. It was speculated that Sheppard might look with favor on the suggestion of eliminating Allred as a possible opponent by recommending him for a federal judgeship. While Allred declined to comment It was noted he read press reports of the situation with keen interest. Snatch' Charges Filed at Shyder SNTDER, Sept. 11 (#•) — J. W. (Wade) Green and his wife were charged with kidnaping last nfeht after the couple and Green's 5-year- old daughter by a former marriage disappeared from, the home of Green's parents Police broadcasts asked officers of Texas and New Mexico to be on the lookout for the couple. Complaints against Green and his wife were made by Sheriff S. H. Newman of Scurry county, grandfather of the missing child. He said Green married his daughter, Effie Newman, at Snyder in 1927 and that she later obtained a divorce and custody of their child. Newman said Green later married a Butte, Mont., woman. He said that Green had asked to take the child to his father's home yesterday and that Mrs. Newman had permitted him to do so. The sheriff said the couple and the child disr appeared a shorj^ time later. The linenfpld panel decoration of the late Gothic period was common In north Eurppe and England. Iff LOBBYISTS AT STITE WIN GERALD MANN MAKES FUNNY TALK BUT IMPARTIAL JJY HOWARD C. MARSHALL AUSTIN, Sept. 11 (£•)—The lobbyists are .coming to town. It is one. of the first signs they think the legislative session called for Sept. 16 will be Important. Should Governor Allred restrict legislation to liquor control the lobbyists would not be so interested, but the possibility he will also submit public utilities regulation! old .age pensions and general taxation has aroused their vigilance. Someone estimated approximately 500 persons lobbying In one form or .another would arrive by Sept. 10. A few days before the recent election Secretary of State Gerald C. Mann, who since has resigned, was making a radio speech explaining the constitutional amendments. A friend listening at San Antonio complained to her husband that It was a "funny talk)" that she was unable to "tell which side he Is for." It was evidence Mann had achieved at least one of his purposes in making the series of speeches. He was giving unbiased information. It was perhaps, the first, time that tie secretary of state's department ad done more with any amendment than the routine preparation or an election required by law. Gyllus Simllls has arrived In ustin about a month earlier this ear than usual. He came In from he surrounding cedar-covered hills with the first norther. The plague of crickets, as gyllus imilis Is know familiarly, blanketed he city for two successive nights, causing the amateur weather rophets to pine a long, hard Winer .was ahead. •»• PAKT1T FOR PINK HOLLYWOOD, Call., Sept. 11. (ff>) - The romance and oft-reported ugngement of Jackie Coogan and WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WilHoul Ctlomel—And You'll Jump Oul *f Bed b the Morning Ruin' to Go The liver ihould pour oat two poandi of liquid bll« into your bowels dally. If this bll« IB not flowipK freely, your food doean't UlgMt- It Juit decays In the bowels. Gas blotta up jroor stomach. Voa Bret conitfpated. Yoar whole system Is poisoned and yon feel Mar, •unk and the world looks punk. Laxatives are only makeshifts, A mere bowel movement doesn't eet at the cunse. It takes those good, old Carter's Little Llvei Pills to yet these two pounds ;qf bile flowing freely and make you feel up and up 1 '. Harm, less, gentle, yet amazing tn making bile flow freely. Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills h» nume. Stubbornly refuse anything else. W*. O igai.c, M.OO; „_,. r_ sa <£*, .v-fflS 5 *«. *->f. . AT PENNEYS RAYON BED SPREADS 80 x 105 S1.00 FINE CURTAIN CRETONNES 15e COL-Q.TEX TABLE COVERS CLEAN WITH A DAMP CLOTH 54 x 54 89c COTTON BAITS 1 LB. BLEA 29c For Thursday Selling 80 SQUARE PERCALE MILL ENDS 15c YP, PENNEY'S Always Save You Money On Your School Supplies NFW KAII 41C»TT Ff%LfLl mm $1,98 MEN'S SUEDE LEATHER JACKETS Size 36 to 46 $3.98 MEN'S NEW FALL FELT HATS S2.98 WWBV" MEN'S ACTION BACK SWEATERS ALL WOOL 32.98 MEN'S KHAKI PANTS SANFORJ3EP $1.49 Toby Wing, youngscreen starlets, to* day bore the confirmation of 'Foby. Jackie themselves. "We • really af|> engaged now," announced the blontte Toby and Jackie, once "the kid" bjt a Charlie Chaplin comedy, nodded, assent. The announcement was made at a film colony party given list night by Pinky Tomlin, the Oklahoma crooner. Bead thfc ciasineflji tooay. ANNOUNCING The opening of my new Barber Shop east of the Hlfh School. JESS HULSEV TOMORROW MORNING Is Your Last Chance To Get IO9& Off On Furniture Now In Use At The Cooking School WHITE STAR GAS RANGE Beautiful modern designing—fully Insulated oven—every better cooking convenience feature—plus savings on your eas bill . . . you get all this anfl more at no extra cost. REGULAR PRICE $99.50 REGULAR PRICE $113.50 8-Pc. Dining Room Suite , draw-end table; five side chairs and a host chair with arms, upholstered seats; and 66-Inch Credenza. type buffet. Look at it today. $126.00 GRUNOW REFRIGERATOR The SAFES'* 1 ReJrJeeraJor en the wftrket. Exclusive Carrene, fthp SAJFJB relive wt, w|W pot burn, explode, fiflr«ifle woe j& H p,o4spnpus. peawtlftU models. Regular Price $184,59 166 00 Rug—9*12 ft,_—,-|6,Q7 $37,50 Kitchen Cabinet ______$33,75 $040 Ppmslfiw Top Table —-,-, Texas Furniture ^fyJF P"/j|^^PflW|pv ^^^P^V^^^M

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free