Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 1, 1935 · Page 12
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PAGE TEN THE PAMt»A DAILY /NEWS, Pampa* f e*as FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1, 108S FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1, 193B THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Paittpa, TexSa PAGE ELEVEN EVERYTHING WOULD BE PROBED EXCEPT SHOE SHINES AUSTIN, Feb. 1 WP)—A proposed legislative investigation variously described as "most workable" and a "conglomeration of nothing" held the attention of the senate today. A resolution by Senator Prank Rawlings of Port Worth, calling for an unprecedented Inquiry into the conduct of members of the legislature and all high state officials, was the order of business. Introduced yesterday as a substitute for a less ambitious house resolution, it called for an investigation into almost everything in and about the legislators except the shine on their shoes and the knot in their cravats. Rawlings said the investigation was needed to determine the truth or falsity of rumors that members of the legislature nnd connections with outside interests harmful to the people. Senator Tom Deberry of Bogata said that if the senate thought the resolution would be really effective and workable "there would be the awfullest panic you ever sn\v." Under the resolution a committee of three members each of the house and the senate, appointed by the speaker and the lieutenant governor, would conduct the inquiry nnd $10,000 would be appropriated to defray the cost. Members of the legislature, elected state officials and heads of state departments would be required to disclose their outside employment if any, and all their sources of income. They would be required to tel •whether they had received passes from railroads or bus companies or picture shows, and the railroads, bus companies or shows could be forced to disclose whether they had issued such passes. There also would be an investigation into the campaign expenditures of successful candidates in the democratic primary of 1934 and the contributions to their campaign funds. Practices of officials and legislators with reference to the anti- nepotism act and the recent speak- ership contest would be further subjects of inquiry. Members were classified in the resolution under 19 heads, as to their occupations, and data to be required from each were set forth Physicians, for example would be called on to name their patients and whether they were employed by j any company or organization, and if i so, to specify the compensation. After heated debate, the senate, in committee of the whole, voted 21 to 7 for the resolution. Opponents charged the resolution wa's intended to evade the house proposal to force legislators to divulge their sources of employment. Proponents said the htouse resolution was inadequate. "It's a conglomeration of nothing/' said Deberry. "One of the most workable plans ever offered," replied Senator John Hornsby of Austin. It was set for special consideration at 11 a. m. 4^"" SONNY DAYS Your mofiids, your nclions, your very personality— -n\\ are influenced. hy the state of your health. Avejid commou constipation due to iuiuf- ficient ""julk" in meals. This ailment may cause headaches, loss of appetite and pnergy. It takes the Color out of Jiving. tKellogg's ALL-BRAN, a \natural /laxative food, furnishes you with I thjs neejled"l)ulk."Williin tfic body, it absorbs moisture, and f^rn^g a soft mass. Gently;, this cleats, out the intestinal \vii8lcs. \ ,' . ' \ The "bulk" in Ai.L-jJnAN remains effective with continued nise. Two tdblespoonfujs daily ajf: usually sufficient. Cliro'inc tasea. ivilli each meal. If pot jtelgved this way, see your doctor./Isift this cereal food b .J 'f f **-*. . .' . n etter than patsm/' ALj.'-BnAN a\j$ provftles vitamin B auO iron. Serve it as | cereal wtUi iijilk or cream, or cookjjnto inufTniaV breads, waffles, etc. It'i inucli more satisfuctory than pan-bran prod' ucts. Get the red- nnd-green package at your grocer's. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. ITS THE SAVING ON EVERY ITEM THAT COUNTS 'FOOD MARKET SELLS FOR LESS" ARTIES FANCY LARGE SIZE OLD FASHIONED WINESAPS LETTUCE LARGE FIRM CRISP AND GREEN HEAP POTATOES U. S. N. 1 SELECTED ' RED TRIUMPHS 1QLB.23G I UFOR ••%* 1CELERY LARGE, .JUMBO—WASHED AND WEtL BLEACHED ORANGES LARGE JUICY NEW CROP CALIFORNIA DOZ., We Have Them Both! 9*08*9* MORTON'S SMOKE SALT 10 10 Oz. Sausage Seasoning PKG. 25c LB. CAN! SOAP CHIPS RICH SUDS THAT LAST BOXl9< FOR GENERAL USE IN GLASS SWEET MIXED PICKLES ASS OT.ITc 25, 29c QT. 34c WHOLE SOUR OR DILLS FANCY SWEETS Retail GRAPEFRUIT LARGE SIZE FANCY TEXAS SEEDLESS EXTRA FINE GRANULATED IN PAPER BAGS 10">47C BANANAS STANDARD'S QUALITY GOLDEN RIPE SATURDAY ONLY LB.3C THESE PRICES ARE IN EFFECT WHEN THE PAPER LEAVES THE PRESS FRIDAY AFTERNOON ECONOMICAL MEAT AND PRODUCE PRICES ARE FOR FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY NO. Z STANDARD PACKED NO. Z'A FANCY FIRST GRADE 2 SIFTED EARLY .TUNE ANNED FRESH—THESE ARE NOT DRY SOAKED PEAS NO. 2 STANDARD PACKED SWEET Black DC AC Black Eyed WHITE SWAN MEDIUM SIZE NO. 8 ALTON COUNTRY GENTLEMAN NO. 1 TALL SELECTED- ALASKA PINK ^ PEACHES NO. 1 TALL NO Z FANCY HAWAIIAN CRUSHED OR MATCHED SLICES NO. 214 WHITE SWAN DELUXE HALVES IN HEAVY SYRUP CANl6 C CLOVERBLOOM Quarters, LB. 34y 2 c Ml® MOLDLb. 34c Potatoes IDAHO WHITE RUSSETS SATURDAY & MONDAY ONLY PEERLESS HARDWATER OR WHITE KING TOILET ABOVALL'S PICNIC SOAPS KIDNEY BEANS TOMATO SOUP MACKEREL JUSTICE BLACKPEPPER TABLE SALT TOILET TISSUE SOAPS RED BEANS HOMINY TOMATOES PORK & BEANS TOMATO JUICE BAR CAN ABOVALL'SorffcH|| VAN CAMP'S IfHll BUFFET SIZE MACARONI OR DAY SPAGHETTI, 6 OZ. DtlA I iy 2 oz. YOURSTRULY li/ 2 LB. ROCK CRYSTAL 650 SHEET PALMOLIVE OR CAMAY TOILET SCOTT CO. PICNIC SIZE ABOVALL'S PICNIC SIZE NO. 1 STANDARD PACKED NO. 1 TALL STOKLEY'S PICNIC CAN BOX ROLL BAR CAN CAN ARMOUR'S COCOA HARDWATER TOILET ARMOUR'S BUFFET SIZE WASHING COMPOUND YOUR NO. 2 SPINACH, MUSTARD OR TURNIP GREENS OR MED. CANS MEXICAN RANCH STLYE BEANS IN CHILI SAUCE Fancy Black Or White In the Bulk Fancy Bulk Full ' Head PEANUT BUTTER Helmet Brand Pure Be PT. Kt». 3 Size Fancy For Pics 2 CANS|j FOR §< CANDY CARRIED IN STOCK AT NO. 1 STORE CREAM PEANUT SQUARE CHOCOLATE PEANUTS LBJIfi WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT i: QUANTITIES OF ALL PURCHASES Vennedges chili powdcr •! - Millers «k BOXES' Sed &FOR CLEAN UP Swifts white | HEARS- Or Quick Naptha IWO Giant Size Swift fi|BARS' Arrow Borax ©FOR 43 Oz. Pride »LARGEI Washing Powder & BOXES, Quick ArrowSMALL 1 ^-LARGE" Soap Chips BOX & UBOX Fresh crisp stock T. N. T. or Big Ben the Giant Yellow Soap that wont chap FOR BARSj On No. 2 Mixed Vegetables fov Soups & Salads CANS, FOR Crystal Wedding- with glassware in every Quick Cooking Quaker, large size TISSUE ARMOUR'S DOUBLE RICHNESS OF WHOLE MILK ftTALL C VOR P sMALL CANS i ./ STANDARD'S ECONOMY WILSON'S WILSCO Dold's Sterling or Our Private Label ARMOUR'S BANQUET PINKNEY'S SUNRAY Swift's Premium Or Armour's Star Fresh, Lean and Meaty LB. 14k Fancy First Grade Niagara Cured Half or Whole PIG LIVER Fresh not frozen CHOPS LB.25o End cut pork & HEARTS from fresh i^ing , beef LB. lib SLAB BACONS End Cuts or V< or Whole Slab WILSON'S ID <? BACON SQUARES LH* & DRY SALT I l| STREAK O' LEAN LEP= WILSON'S LAUREL WILSON'S CORN KING Armour's Star or Wilson's, Certified SWIFT'S PREMIUM A 2U MONARCH QUALITY Sparkling and Invigorating- BOTTLE Kept Fresh in Tin Northwestern Packed Fresh Italian Yellow Clinpr Pie Fruit PEARS Fancy Bartlctt Halves Fine for Pies BRER RABBIT BROWN LABEL Sour Red Pitted PINEAPPLE Fancy Hawaiian Crushed BLACKBERRIES No. 2 «CAN< Northern ff ^" n Berries fltaFORi PRUNES No. WA West- Over Brand Choice : CANS | FOR BREAD BAKING .POWDER A Four Tie Good Sweeper Value II Imported Persian loose pack TOMATO JUICED 3po NRs 25c NAVY BEANS FANCY NEW CROP WHITE MICHIGAN NAVIES V BAG DATES KOTEX Keep on the Sunny Side of Life THE NEW IMPROVED PACKAGE MATCHES Read pur Classified columns. PANCAKE FLOUR GRAPE JAM MARCO BRAND, FINE FOB MAKING WAFFLES FLUFFY LOAF OVEN FRESH SATURDAY ONLY 25 19c58 29c LOAF fAIS ~f t ARMOUR'S FIRST GRADE SM.ALL LEAN EACH 31c QT. 31c PT. 19c 1UB.23c Penn Maid Brand Apple Je,lly i oz. GLASS These will strike 0 CARTON Carried in Stock at Stores Z and 8 Only FLOUR HEART OF GOLD, A GREAT WEST MILL PRODUCT 48 LBS. 24 LBS. S1.79 CRYSTAL ARROW EVERY SACK 41 « FULLY fU GUARANTEED lil™ BRAN 100^ S1.63 SHORTS100 c S1.93 CORN FED UNIFORM CUT FAMILY STYLE CENTER CUT CHUCK STEAK CENTER CUT ARM ROUND CHOICE CUT SIRLOIN CHOICE CUT ROUND BABY BEEF STEAKS LB. I0y 2 c LB. lBV z c 16. lBV 2 c LB. 24 1 / 2 c SAUSAGE .fresh dailj FRANKS WEINERS ^^^fff^^ ^W^BB^ ^HB^^ ^^^^^M^^^^» ^^^^^^^^^^f ROASTS LB. LB. LB. 13»/ 2 c LB. LB, PILLSBURY'S BEST BALANCED ALI. PURPOSE S LB. SACK 1 LB. SACKS $1.96 COCONUT long Shredded 1 In the ~ Bulk 2 CATSUP Larg-e 14 Oz. packed from Red Ripe Tomatoes 2 Lage Bottles 1 BEECHNUT MACARONI Macaroni or Spaghetti • elbows and rings Or Spaghetti elbows in the bulk AUjfcneat • and fresh ••• ,_gr^und „_,„„ j not "a'wrinkle in a* . / carload - • Small Hotj Dog' size, • fine to rrfast SOAP p. ;& G. OR CRYSTAL WHITE REGULAR SIZE BARS FANC/ FRE*H FjflST GRApE NORTHERN LONGHORN NOTTOUGH OR RUBBERY YOUNG LAMB SMAIjL CHQPS SHOULDER IIOAST LB. SSclLB. 17k COCOA OUR MOTHERS BRAND LEGS PBEPARJtP ANY STYLE SATURDAY ONLY POULTRY SATURDAY ONLY ALWAYS STANDARD'S QUALITY ANP PLENIY TQ CH<tOSE FROM LB.14k SUGAR CURED HAMS LB, 12'c LB. 28 Shank Ends as Cut and 'DispJ§yed CAKE BREAKER 251 $1.00 VALUE , Cuts cake without crushing it. Send 25c to Pillsbury Flour Mills Co., Minneapolis, Minn., with part of label covering meas- '•oiucicMtuoiiK uring-sifter on package of PjIIsbury Srioshcen Cake Flour FLOURS Boxes 1 ft* -For 1 S?M Yz Lb. 24c 4 Lb, 21c 4Lb.23c PANCAKE PILLSBURY'S . SMALL PACKAGE PILLSBURY PACKAGE HARVEST TIME PACKAGE HARVEST TIME BUCKWHEAT PKG. HOOKERLYE; I CAN9s SANI FLUSH SUPERSUDS Safe, Sure and Sanitary CAN 9c Beads of . soap BOXSc Arm and Hammer brand LB. BOX 9c SPAGHETTI No. 1 tall . cooked with cheese and tomato .sauce CANSe SIMIEKOP KT CANIc ISOAP CHIPS P. & G. CLEAN QUICK i LB. BOXES < CHARGE IS RIDICULOUS SAYS ATTORNEY FOR MEN ARMOUR'S VEGETOLE IN 8 LB. CARTONS PURE CANE CLOTH BAGS POWDERED OR BROWN IN THE ft LB. •€ & BAG IS BY CLARK G. LEE, Associated Press Foreign Staff. MEXICO, D. F., Feb. 1 (/P)— The 10 alleged insurrectionists whom the government accuses of plotting to establish Jose Vasconcelos as president of Mexico are only "lyrical revolutionaries," the attorney for one of them said today, "Some of them might dream of revolutions," said the lawyer, Rodolfo Brito Foucher, "others never even thought of one. None of them is capable of any concrete action." Two of the 18 originally arrested in connection with the alleged plot were released last night for lack of evidence. They were Arttiro Rios, a law student, and Reynaldo Monsalvo. Orders of "formal prison," equivalent to indictment, were issued against three others, Andres Pcdcro, Jesus Morales Guevara, and Francisco Garza Salazar. Thirteen others are held on charges of seditious activity and face the possibility of being tried for high treason, conviction for which might involve death penalties. In support of his assertion that the accused men were innocxious, Foucher presented his client, "Gen." Jesus Acuna, Pardo. Federal investigators name Pardo, a slight bald- headed man of middle age, as the "military genius" and organizer of the purported revolutionists. Pardo denied he knew anything about the alleged plot and said he was occupied solely with "mining and. business interests." "Recently," h,e said, "I discovered a huge mountain composed entirely of radium. Ifc is so large that the first 'thing I am going to do with the profits is to pay off the national debt of Mexico." His lawyer explained he was penniless and dependent on contributions from time to time for Ills livelihood. Foucher ridiculed the assertions of federal investigators that the alleged plotters revealed that the United States senate had "recognized" Vasconcelos, a former presidential candidate, as leader of the revolution. , General Carlos Martin del Carnpo, chief of staff for the war department, said rebellious groups arc active in more than one-third of the states of the republic, but that there was no cause for alarm. The rebels, ho said, are divided in small groups, which are being actively pursued by federal troops. Rumors of cabinet changes which would bring former President Abelardo Rodriguez back into the gov- emm'ent were circulated with increasing frequency. Rodriguez, however, i-as denied he plans to reenter the government at present. Lieutenant colonel Feliciano Sanchez Frausto, former • secretary to the government of Chihauhua, wns brought here last night and imprisoned with the others held on sedition charges. ,• A Thre^|Etey If Y^0ztote* Signal Donft let them get a strangle hold. 'Fighjr them quickly. Creomulsion confines 7 helps in one. Ppsrerful-- but harmless. PlijasaHt"'t6 take. No narcotics, „ Wur'" ofWfi/ druapst is authorized to Wind/ yourf prtftey orf the spot if'your jcoughVor COM is not reliever! by preomuftton: 1 V. (adv.) "pa Sunday Watch jjyrtlfym MEDIUM SI£E CANS WAPCO BABY LIMAS OR BROWN BEANS Dressmaking Let Miss Davis help you plaw^ytfur Spring Ward- robjCLAlL, work Guaranteed, Prjtfea Reas^naWe. .XS-lls SEWING^^filNE CO. 214 No. Phone BUTTER SUBSTITUTE SAT. & MON.. ONLY RE61' AT EASE Let us build you an innerspring mattress, upholster ana refinijjr^youy furniture, Ow Mattr N ord Work gu made new, made to •vice . PAMPA UPHOLSTERING ANY Phone 188 £• 824 W. Post* COFFEE Center Sces To Fry or Puke DUCKS HENS TURKEYS FRYERS ^T SYRMP SWAN PURE WHITE KING GRANULATED SOAP LARGE. SIZE BREAK O' MORN In 1 Lb. Bags. SLEPGE HAMMER BRAND HIGH TEST CURED HAMS .'A OR WHQW; ONLY PLAJN flB DRjP GRIND PORK SHOULDERS FREH, NOT FROZEN , Shank ,tO ID 1A1 LB. 25 LB.2?ic Cdui^try Style LB. LB.171

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