Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 7, 1935 · Page 5
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THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 7, 1935. THE PAMPA JDAILY NEWS, PampS, Tfexftl PAGE FIVE Accuser MORE rrjsifcNATIONS OF I 'LEFTERS' ARE ' EXPECTED WASHINGTON, Feb. 7. </p>—New deal gossip which teems in Washington during cocktail hours today fashioned out the resignation of five "left wing" agricultural officials a mass of speculation as to where the lightning may strike next. More resignations from the AAA were be'leved to impsncl. "Is President Roosevelt going to the rteht?" was the question asked In circles which earlier in his administration Interpreted the dropping out of such conservatives as Lswis W. Douglas, Dean Acheson and O. M. W. Sprague, as signaliz- ine a "left" tendency. How the "dead cats" which put dynamic Hugh S. Johnson In retirement will react on Secretary Ickes, for whom some congressmen have been (running, and Donald R. Rlchberg, whom labor union leaders call a "traitor," was another question often put—and as often unanswered. Prpsklpnt Roosevelt had nothing to say about any reports that the AAA shake-up and his letters to the American federation of labor rejecting Its NRIA and automobile code demands represented a swing toward conservative trends. But that didn't stop some observers from wondering what Undersecretary Rexfcrd Tugwell, presidential ndviser. might do upon returning from Florida to find his close friend Jerome Frank out of the AAA thru a reorganization sanctioned by Secretary Wallace. TugweM, often designated the "No. 1 braln-trnstcr" since Raymond Moley's retirement, lias been in the background, comparatively, ever since his trip to Europe just before the November election. Secretary Wallace said the personnel changes which took Frank out as the AAA general counsel alpng with four other officials were In' the interests of the "greatest possible harmony." He added that Tugwell was not concerned In the changes since he had bsen concentrating on scientific work. Vallee Does Not Enow Extent Of Income, He Says gree Mason and a member of the Alzafar Shrine. With his brother, Jacob, Washer formed the Washer Brothers store in Fort Worth and in 1898 came here to establish another store. He sold the local store in 1925, He . was president of the war camp community service during the world war. Funeral services have not been completed. CANNERIES ACTIVE M'KINNEY, Feb. 7. (IP)— Six Col- lin county relief canneries from Dec. 6 to Jan. 24, put up 31,894 containers of meats, 10,916 vegetables and 13,990 of hominy. The canneries are lasted at Celina, Anna, Wylie, Farmersville, Piano and the county farm. Most of the canning done in these plants is .on the toll basis for people living in and near those ccmmunlties. Spain, France, and Mexico will be invited to place exhibits in the Texas memorial museum to be built onj the campus of the University or. Texas. Chief witness against the man accused of kidnaping him, .John Liilutl, wealthy London, Out., brewer, is shown here entering the London courthouse, where David Meisncr, of Cincinnati, is on trial. Mclsucr bases his defense on the alibi that he was in Coviiigton, Ky., when the abduction took place last August. Feb. ."7 '(#")—New verses of Rudy Vallee's marital blues awaited a supreme court hearing today. . Among'them, was one which the I crooning orchestra leader said he' himself did not know—the extent of his income. Others he had heard before— phonograph records which he will offer in an effort to prove that his wife was not devoted and therefore s^^uld not be granted increased maintenance. Counsel for Fay Webb Vnlleo, seeking more than the $100 a week provide'd in a separation agreement, demanded. Tuesday to know how much her husband made in a year. Vallee said he could not tell "within $100,000." Court was recessed until today to permit accountants to find the answer. Justice Salvatore A. Cotillo has said that he is less interested in Vallee's income than he is in whether MrS Vallee had been "a' dutiful wife." If she were, he said, $100 a week seemed inadequate. TO NAVAL ACADEMY M'KINNEY, Feb. 7. (/P)—William Lewis Thompson, son of Editor P. O, Thompson of McKinney, has Been appointed by Congressman Sam Rayburn to the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md. He is a graduate of the local high school and a freshman this year at Rice Institute, Houston. He expects to enter Annapolis in June, or soon after finishing the year's work at Rice.. Buy your made-to-measure suit at Kees & Thomas. (Adv.) Friend Of Boys Nat Washer, Dies SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 7. (.I 1 )—Nat M. Washer. 73, kindly friend to underprivileged youth, former president of the state board of education and a Texas business leader, died here last night. The civic lender, for decades a pi eminent figure in civic, Masonic und business circles, succumbed to a lingering illness at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fnulcne W. Goldsmith. ' Washer had bnen head of the state board of education since its appointment • by Governor Dan Moody and was being considered for reappointmcnt to the post by Governor James V. Allrecl. He was the oldest living past grand master of the Grand- Lodge nf Texas. Masons, fit Ml? limo <>f death. He was a thir.ty-J,hirdxQe- c CAM IAEMMIE PRESENTS Claude Ruins* Jaan Bennett Thosa paying admlsglot. regular JThin-sday/Uebt' danc^Tt the new Pla-Mor jaajige p^jgpe this wefk will/havas the opupjninity of attendine? a sm»w«=«it?*the theater 3th little Jn no more expendit „ management^gSin has "V ftle-up with thejufneaters wherajyl 25-cent adrniiBrton to the Pla-Hor dance, itjCipaid before 9 o'clock, will baj»*accspted a?v that f much creditflira theater adm4sion Chick Talcott and h$ ftopullroX chestrtutWll plajifor the daiiceVrhe TalcaTC orgj&fiz|tion ihaS returned Pla-Mor afteV some time Bent in other/mrts of toe country yftere they pllydo in several large dance palaces. Tfte orchestra, favorite of Pampa; people, nits brought back to Pampajby the pccular request of those who heard them here In a. previous ftigagement. The dance Thursday nightVs in line with the plans of the PlaWor •management to bring reg-ularly\tQ dancers of Pampa and this terrjti the most entertainment. You \ . enipy the evening so you are urged <p make plans now to attend. The regular admission o| 25 cents and g' cents per dance The regular retail price of these marvelous cookers is listed at 3.50. Heavy gunge aluminum. Two inserts, special steamer tray. Clamp down lid, special Alr-su- latcd base. As il- Hill's have sold hundreds of these cookers the past season. Ask your neighbor! DOWN GO PRICES Only 12 Beautiful Coats Fur trims and clever cloth coats. Trice range from 14.50 to •< $23.75. They arc all this B Reason's coats. Yours, -**now in this sale at— ONLY 25 OF THESE FAMOUS COOKERS ON THAT'S WHY WE SAY ONE DOLLAR EACH - WITH Your Purchase of$ 5. with $5.00 Purcahse GREATEST SALE OF ITS KIND IN THE WORLD STARTS ONCE A YEAR and only once a year could any store afford it ... comes this kind of a sale. Where former prices are laughed at and quality is sold for a song. Broken sizes in most cases makes these bargain prices, altho some items are soiled and damaged. IN ANY CASE you'll admit that every price is a real bargain. You'll have fun and savings, both, at this sale. BUSHELS OF FUN-TONS OF SAVINGS-BARGAIN FEAST Actual values to 2.98 in these Hats Dozens and dozens of marvcloiisly thrilling: styles you can wear now and for many more days to come. Actually values to 2.98. Men-! These Union Prices are. Jumboized for Sure! Sturdy, comfortable, long-wearing-, well knit unions. Sold regularly at 98c and mere. All sizes, stock complete. No winter , , weather. That's why. Two For A Dollar FLASH Only 7 . Fine Styled Evening Gowns Thrilling: and exquisite in every detail and line. Yesterday marked 24.75, today yuors at only .12 Once 3.98 Sellers! Boys' Oxfo >rds ALL SIZES Just Read These Amazing Prices On Smart - Wearable Silks and Wool High Fashion, Style-With Frocks. 4.95 Dresses - Now 2.20 7.95 Dresses - Now 4.30 9.90 Dresses - Now 5.60 $ 10.95 Dresses - Now 7.10 " 13.95 Dresses - Now 9.40 16.95 Dresses - Now 11.12 12,50 Dresses - Now 8.15 Read Every Price Children's Black Calf and Black Patent Shoes 79c quality priced th same as men's 55c two pair <" le dollar BIG Panties! Price and Sibe are Too Big—So We Cut the Price To— They are •fine quality rayon in pantie and bloom- cr style, but they are all biff, *• • Children's Athletic Style 49c Unions 3 For— From size 2 to 14 in regular and button waist style. Actual real, honest bargains now. Men's 98c Quality Corduroy Tie-Top Caps Here's 'the catch, they are all small sizes and smaller sizes than they read. Regular sellers at 98c. Yours now, little man Men's Fine Quality Athletic Summer Unions Extra hiffh grade materials. They must have been marked too high or the quality was too good. We'll try 'cm now at Men's 2.49 Cord Jackets Natural corduroy color. Button front. Four pockets. Broken sizes is the reason 3 n Men's 1.49 Covert Shirts Only a few left of these extra heavy quality herringbone stripe covert shirts Men's Suede Cloth Jackets Button style, full sizes, but not all sizes arc left. Price is now cut in half' SUMMER - SPRING - WINTER Enna Jettick 5.00 and 6.00 Shoes for Women Broken sizes only, is the reason for this Irastic price cut. w,^- .. ^.tfTING GOWNS in solid colors and fancy ..-Tterns. Former 7Wc price is cut lo let you prepare for some kind of winter WOMEN'S OUTING GOWNS of extra fine quality, Solid and fancy patterns. 98u former price has been Kat on by little Jumbo. ........._ 5t ., lK ^^. r » S ;;.^,«* ?!l jrt*'>. 1-J)$ JKUHte'iJA9BN' ! *'CrOWNS'"a < re' placed in this sale ''''OTNlt.V beeadse j/onie oT'lJiem arfuowry- jligWly soiled. It's youryfoargjfn at Boys' Wool Suits Former 14.75 Values Sizes 15 lo 18. Once marked 14.75. The styles | are scurvy and worse, the patterns are terrible. We really don't think so but you must, because you didn't buy them. In Two Big Groups These two groups include every style in the house. A Great Assortment of Curtains Not more than four of any one kind, but dozens and dozens of all kinds. Cris Cros, Priscilla, Panels. Former values to 98c are included in this exciting- •Elephant sale price ol 1 on'y 69c Fine Drap-ery Damask Now Less than half the regular price on these fine drapery materials. Standard size. Green only. Rea- 98c Extra Quality Ddapery Damasks St A bought too many. Fine brocades, in fS /• ft A stit wlu do you ' stripes and' patterns. I m t m v Excellent quality —™ -Mr \ ^ff\ _ now. W H .. £ WQ ^.'f- Great Bargain Groups Women's Shoes The thrifty, timely, bargain wise women wait for! Straps, Pumps, Ties, Oxfords. High Heels, Low Ileels. Broken sizes, and discontinued styles make the bargain. Three big tables. • 1880880 Moleskin and Corduroy Sheep Coat Heavy pelt collars 4^d full pelt lining*,,. Extra quality. ""Si?es are mostly broken. But they all are worth up to 7.90. Mens-Boys Dress Shirts Dirty, soiled, and only a few sizes. Actual former prices to 1.98 are included in this group. 35< 3 For One Dollar Regular 1.49 fine broadcloth white shirts for men. But sizes 17 and 17 'A ONLY. Cellophane wrop- ped. Your sizes, your bargain. Girls Corduroy colorful Sport Jackets were 2.49 Blue . . . Tan ... Brown . , . button style women's and Misses' Corduroy sport jackets. Not all sizes remain in stock. Thread - Bias Tape - Sponges 4o 2c SILK THREAD some soiled, and some col- Soiled, damaged, and only a few colors. Brightly colored rubber bath sponges. {66 THE L T. HILL COMPANY of All Reliability- Men's - Boys' Odd Trousers Funny patterns and good patterns. Bad sizes and poor sizes. Former values so, Wgh we won't even tell. Get while the gettln's good.

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