Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 8, 1935 · Page 5
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Six THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Texa§ FRfDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8, 1936 w Ads Classified Advertising Rates Information All w«rt «d« «« rtrlctly cajh »nd tri accepted over the phone with th« MMtiV« BnaerttnndinB that Ihe acccmnt ta to b» paid when our collector call). PHONB TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Oar conrttom »d-t«ker will receive yonr Want Ad, helping you word it. All ads for ysltuntion Wanted and "tort and Found" «re cash with order atii will not b« accepted over th« M*- Pl ()3fcof-toirt advertising, cash with "fife Pampa Daily NEWS reserves th« right <b classify all Wants Ait under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy dtwtted objectionable. Notice 6f any error most b« given In lime for correction befort second ""ir^CM* of any error or an omission ID advertising of any nature The Daily NEWS shall not be held Ikible for dainagts further than the amount r»- etlvtd for such advertising. LOCAL BATE CARD WFECT1VE NOVEMBER », !»»> 1 day, 2c a word; toinimum 80c. 1 nays, 4c a word, minimum 60c. Io Mr word for each succeeding taint alt«r th. first two Issues. The Pampa Daily NEWS Automotive USED CAR SPECIALS 1932 Chevrolet CAftcV 1529 For* 4-lJOor Sedan. 1932 Pontlnc « Conpe. 1930 Chevrolet Conp*. • 1930 Ford Coupe. 1929 Ford Tudor Sedan. 1932 Chevrolet Coupe. 19SO International Truck. 1933 Master Chevrolet Coupe. 1!)33 Ford V-fl Tador. Many Others—Terms TOM ROSE (Ford) Used Car Values! Two* 1933 Chevrolet Sedans 1931 Chevrolet Coach 1931 Chevrolet Sedan Two 1931 Chevrolet Coupes 1931 Ford Coach Two 1930 Chevrolet Coupes 1933 Ford Coach 1930 Ford Coach 1931 Ford Coach 1931 Ford Coupe 1934 Chevrolet Truck 1933 International Pickup 10 others to pick from. Culberson-Smalling Chevrolet Co., Inc. AUTO LOANS CARSON LOFTUS boom 303, Combs-TVorley Bldf. Phone 710 For Sale FOR SALE OB TRADE for car, 2 lots on East Francis on comer. Will trade one or both for good late model car. Apply at Lane's Service Station, corner Klngsmlll and Bal- latd. FOR SALE— To modern duplex. be M. moved, 6-room Heflin, corner Klngsmill and Bnllard. 3c-265 FOR SALE—Sunstrand adding ma- Chine With stand and a checko- meter, in first class condition. Call or write Mrs. W. A. Fowler. 600 La. St., Amarillo, Texas. Phone 7104. Terms cash. Gc-261 FOR SALE OR TRADE—Used battery 'radio, 2 volt, A-l condition, bargain. Radio Electric, in Big Radio. 3C-264 For Rent FOR RENT—Light housekeeping room. COO South Somerville. lp-263 FOR RENT—-Furnished housekeeping room. Adults only. No pets. 825 West Klngsmill. lc-263 FOR RENT—Three-room semi-modern, partly furnished house, reasonable, in rear 625 North Russell. lc-263 OWEN ANSWERS, SENATOR GLASS IN BANK FIGHT Ex-Oklahoman Hits Back At- Charges Of Virginian v WASHINGTON, Feb. 8. (IP}— An attack by Senator Carter Glass, on an unnamed critic and a reply by former Senator Robert L. Owen served today to keep the debate over the treasury's banking bill to the forefront. Glass, who Had said earlier in the week that a promise 'was broken when the bill was offered on capltol hill without his seeing a copy first, issued a statement last nlglji saying he resented being classed as against the bill before he had an opportunity to read It. Ho opened fire on a critic who, he said, had charged him with proceeding on "undeserved prestige." Without mentioning any names, the Virginian declared: "I may say that whatever prestige, if any, I may have was not gotten by using my position as a member of the banking and currency committee of cither house of congress to gamble in foreign exchange with a prison-convict partner nor in any attempt to influence the action of the federal reserve authorities for my own pecuniary benefit." Former Senator Owen, now president of the national monetary conference, had made a statement on Tuesday saying Glass was "using an Undeserved prestige as an expert in monetary science against the public interest." Last night, after the Glass attack, International Sunday School Lesson By DR. J. E. NUNN FOR RENT—Modern unfurnished house for rent at Miami, Texas. J. W. Pliilpot. lp-263 Owen Issued a further saying: statement PURNISHEJD APARTMENT—For rent. Frey Hotel. -7c-268 FOR SALE — Out or town owner will sacrifice 5-room modern home, large sleeping porch, small rent house. Garage, 50 foot corner lot, one block from Worley hospital, all for $2,750.00, Must have $2,000.00 cash. Inquire 531 South Cuyler. _ 6C-2G6 If Mrs. L. L. McColm will call at the Pampa Daily NEWS office, she will receive a free ticket to the La Nora theater to see Claudette Colbert and Warren William in, "Imitation of Life," Friday or Saturday. FOR SALE— '30 model Ford coupe. Code price $172.00. Will sell lor FOR RENT—One two-room apartment. Also four sleeping rooms. Telephone 1005-W. 522 South Ballard. . 3p-264 $100.00. News. See Johnson at Pampa tf If Mrs. Frank Knight will the Pampa Daily NEWS office, she will receive a free ticket to the La Nora theater to see Claudette Colbert and Warren William in, "Imitation of Life," Friday or Saturday. STORE BUILDING FOR RENT— glass pros- Attractive brick building; front; main street McLean, perous oil center; immediate possession; call or write A. A. Callahan or Claude Williams, McLean. 2p-263 1930 PONTIAC SEDAN. Low price and easy terms to responsible party. See this bargain at the AUTO STORE, 300 West Kingsmill. tfc 1932 V-8 FORD COUPE. Reconditioned; loot: almost new. A snap for someone on very easy terms. Only sma]l down payment to reliable party able to meet monthly installments. AUTO STORE. 300 W. Kingsmill. Phone 1313. tfc FORD RADIO 1934 auto cabinet model, used only short time as a demonstrator, only $27.50 installed. Auto Store, 300 W. Kingsmill. tf FOR SALE—Painting and paperhanging. J. W. Grout and Son. 211 North Purviance St. 50C-306 FOR SALE—Feeds, grains, salt, seeds and all kinds of poultry supplies. Zeb's Feed Store. 246-tfc FOR RENT—Two-room furnished apartment. Bills paid. Adults only. 3 blocks west Hilltop Gro- "Of course I would not charge Carter Glass with the tmderserved prestige of 'gambling' with a 'prison- convict partner,' or, for that matter, of compounding with the two thieves upon the cross, to sup with them in paradise. I hope, however, that paradise will be his destination. There may be left some shred of charity in his heart. "But if I have attempted to influence the action of the federal reserve authorities for the restoration of property values ... it was in behalf of the property of the entire people of the United states. No one will accuse Mr. Glass of such advocacy." Owen was a Senator from Oklahoma from 1907 to 1925 and during part of that period served as chairman of the senate banking and currency committee. International Sunday school Lesson for February 10. , General Topic: Peter Preaches at Pentecost. Scripture Lesson: Acts 2:22-28, 36-41. 22. Ye men of Israel, hear.thtese words: Jesus of Nazareth, a man approved of God unto you by mighty works' and wonders and signs which God did him in the midst of you, even as ye yourselves know; 23. Him, being delivered up by the determinate counsel and foreknowledge of God, ye by the hand of lawless men did crucify and slay: 24. Whom God raised up, having loosed the pangs of death: because it was not possible that he should be golden of it. 25. For David saith concerning him, I behold the Lord always before my face; for he is on my right hand, that I should not be moved: 26. Therefore my heart was glad, and my tongue rejoiced; moreover my flesh also shall dwell in hope; 27. Because thou wilt not leave my soul unto hades, neither wilt thou give tn/y Holy One to see corruption. 28. Thou nitrdest known unto me the ways of life; thou shalt make me full of gladness with thy countenance. 36. Let all the house of Israel therefore know assuredly, that God hath made him both Lord and Christ, this Jesus wbjom ye crucified. 37. Now when they heard this, they were pricked in their heart, and said unto Peter and the rest of the apostles, Brethren, what shall we do? 38. And Peter said unto them, Repent ye, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ unto th\e remission of your sins; and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. 39. For to you is the promise, and to your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord our God shall call unto him. 40. And with many other words he testified, and exhorted them, saying, Save yourselves from this crooked this miraculous manifestation was tl-«at the Apostles "were all filled with the HOly Spirit." This particular infilling was followed that day by the giving of miraculous gifts to the Apostles, by which they uttered "not Of their own minds, but as mouthpieces of the Spirit, the praises of God in various languages hitherto unknown to them." The Sermon of the Apostle Peter, vs. 14-36. Inevitably at the hearing of this sound a great crowd gathered together at once, and, says the historian, they were confounded with what they heard and saw and were amazed and marvelled. At this moment there- arose the Apostle Peter, who was given wisdom and power to preach/ mightily the first great sermon in the history of the Church of Christ. Peter had said many foolish and hasty things in the days gone by, but his wonderful gifts of speech were now under the control of the Spirit of Wisdom. "The Peter of the day of Pentecost is a new man, far otlYsr than the Peter of the Passover. Tile Apostle's sermon is a' masterpiece of argument and was certainly the result of the direct inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Jesus of Nazareth, v. 22. "Jesus of Nazareth." Peter's great commission was to preach Christ, not himself, nor some humanly conceived philosophy. He at once turns the attention of his hearers to the Saviour, introducing him, however, by one of his human titles; The city of Nazareth is never Testament name for the abode of the spirits of the dead, and is Often used as a synonym fot the grave. "Neither wilt .thou give thy Holy One to see corruption." "Christ's body saW no corruption, for he was raised before such could take place, the fact that the Holy One was in Hades proved he had died; the promise that he would not be left there was a" prediction that he would be raised from the dead. The Result Bf Peter's Sermon. "They then that received his word were baptized." v. 41. To receive is to accept with all Its implications. To receive what Peter said was to acknowledge the truthfulness of his statements, and a submission to what such< truth demanded (Matthew 10:40, 41; James l':21). "And there were added unto them in that day about three tlrousand souls." "The word translated 'added' literally means to place forward; that is, the placing of certain things next to things already in existence, for the Increase of that which is already in existence. Secondarily, these people were added to the one hundred and twenty, added to the company Of the disciples; but primarily, they Were added to the Lord. The First Christian Church. vs. 42-47. The picture of the Church as it was formed and functioned immediately after the great Pentecostal sermon of the Apostle Peten as recorded in the last six verses of this Wonderful chapter, reveals a situation which could almost be called a miracle in Itself. Apparently, without being so directed by any outside human power or person, We find these early Christians in a society by four characteristics. They "gave constant attention to the teaching of the Aopstles (see Matt. 28:ZO), in the fellowship which belongs to Christian believers (see 1 John 1:7), in the frequent celebra- tion of breaking bread', which is a synonytn for the Lord's Supper (see Acts 20:7 and 1 Corinthians 10:16), and in prayers. Have your shoes fitted & Thomas. * at Kees (Adv.) DR. G. C. BRUCE SPECIALIST Practice limited to the treatment of CteHHo-Urlnaty, BKbcl and Skin Rootn No. First National Pampa Ten mentioned in the after Acts 26:9.. New Testament "Him, being de- very. 307 Ryder St. 4C-2GS Wanted To Buy HIGHEST PRICES paid for old gold jewelry and dental gold, regardless of condition. Riley, jeweler, next to J. C. Penney's. 6p-267 WANTED TO BUY—New and used furniture. 316 South Cuyler. 26D-263 Board and Room HOTEL MAYNARD— Rooms. Room with board, ily style, 35c. Meals s«rvqd fam- W. C. McKinzie. Hot bisc\jitff. Mrs. generation. 41. They than that received his V 7p-264 Legal Notice NOTICE TO DEPQStTORY FOR SALE—24 Per cent dairy ration at the most reasonable price in town. Zeb's Feed Store. 246-tfc Beauty Parlort PERMANENTS Our No Burnt permanent are beautiful, but not expensive. No students. Sort water Pads not used second time. Finger wave dry 25 cents. Hair tinting. No hair or scalp burns. Eugene and Shelton permanents $1.50 to $7.50. Fbone 848 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yates 1st Door Welt New Post Office, Entrance Tailor Shop BIDDERS - Notice Is hereby giv_en that -of February 11, 1935, at its regiu^ February, term, fhe..ebmmissibne court of- Gray qourity will/receiv proposal! for the^selectioiybf a da pository for county fund's for tn ensuing- ^wo years. Ea&i proposj! must ba atcornpanied j)y £Jf, certified check as is~i:e*quired w IE Given-, under my Wand and seal of office this the 25th: day of yanuary, A. D. 1935. / \ f (Seal) C. E.'CAKY, County Judge; Gray County,\Texas. (Jan 25-Feb. 1-8.) Permanents $1.00 Up Wet set 15c cents. Experienced operators. Mrs. Hobbs Opposite Pampa Hospital Phone 1091 AAUW Chapter I Asked For Delegate To War Conference The local A. A. U. W. chapter has been asked, with all other chapters in Texas, to send a delegate to a' regional conference on Causes and Cure of War, scheduled on February 17 and 18 at Dallas. This conference is one of 10 similar meetings to be held throughout thje United States following a central conference in Washington, D. C. The A. A. U. W. is one of seven national organizations supporting the movement. m- Santa Fe Section Foreman Dies Here 'Texas Ranger' Losing Honor Senators Say AUSTIN, Feb. 8. (/P)— The" name "Texas Ranger" is "losing its once fine reputation,'>much to the chagrin of senaj.e''crime investigators, because its identity "is being swamped by a, t ll6rde of 'special' Rangers." Regular Texas Ranger rolls carry 36 names, and "traditionally, one Raffger is enough to quelf a'riot." . "Yet," the committee complained, : "on the roll of 'special' Rangers are the names of 1,620 persons, most of whom must fall into the category of official gun toters." The committee said the use of spe- "^ommissions was npt apparent, t 'four own investigators found lecial Rangers at the roadside _ieedj traps, as bouncers in night lubs, as officers in gambling houses, !j "traffic officers and guards at 'orse and dog race tracks." It incorporated in its official report the prayer of the Rangers, written by the Rev. Pierre Bernard Hill of San Antonio, Ranger 'chaplain, and opined: "It is beyond our imagination to picture a 'special' -Ranger uttering that prayer to his Maker after a night spent policing a gambling house or a night club." Miami News word were baptized; and there were added unto them in that day about three thousand souls. Golden Text: And Peter said unto them, Repent ye, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ unto the remission of your sins: and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirits.—Acts 2:38. Time: A. D. 30 or 31, fifty days, after the crucifixion of our Lord. Place: The City of Jerusalem. Introduction, Immediately preceding his final departure from this earth), in bodily form, our Lord said to his disciples, "Ye are witnesses of these things. And behold, I send forth the promise of my Father upon you: but tarry ye in the city, until ye be clothed with power from on high" (Luke 24:48, 49). This at once explains Why, in the first chapter of Acts, there is no record of preaching the gospel during the ten days following the resurrection of Christ; the disciples were conscious of their inability to ' adequately proclaim such a divne message, and were waiting together for that enduement which the Saviour had promised they would receive. The events of the entire second chapter of Acts fall upon the Day of Pentecost. "Pentecost" is a Greek word meaning "fiftieth." In New Testament times it was used to designate that great Jewish feast, spoken of in the Old Testament as the Feast of Harvest (Ex. 23:16), the Feast of Weeks (Ex. 34:22; Deut. 16:9, 10), and the Day of the First Fruits (Numbers 28:26). It was called Pentecost because it always occurred fifty days after the day following the Passover Sabbath (Lev. 23:16, 16). The Descent of the Holy Spirit. vs. 1-13. Many believe the disciples were gathered together in the Upper Room where the Last Supper was held, but this cannot be dogmatically asserted. On that memorable day, in this holy place, in the midst of this separated company of Christ's followers, there was a dual manifestation of an extraordinary event about to take place—one appealing to the ear, the other to the eye. There was a "sound from livered up." This is one of the many different phrases used in the New Testament in speaking of the death of Christ. Christ is said to have been delivered up by Pilate (Luke 23:25); by the rulers (Luke 24-20); by the chief priests (John 18:36); and by God himself, though with different purposes. "By the determinate counsel and foreknowledge of God." Also, Romans 4:25; 8:32. There Were two counsels involved in the death of Christ, a human one, on earth; a divine one, in the mind of God. "Whom God Raised Up." v. 24. It was according to God's counsel that Christ should be slain; it was also his counsel that Christ should be raised again. Human agents carried out the first: none could have anything to do with the second. Here the Apostle begins to speak of that theme which became the dominant subject of apostolic preaching — the Resurrection of Christ. "Having loosed the pangs of death." <A figurative expression as though one were being born from the dead. "Because it was not possible that he should be holden' of it." It was not possible because (1) death had no rightful claim over him; (2) Old Testament prophecies had predicted his resurrection; (3) CbJrist had himself prophesied his resurrection; (4) the whole plan of redemption demanded it. "Because thou wilt not leave my soul unto Hades." Hades is the New ran WILL W JT BULL Personal MIAMI, Feu. 8.—Testing herds in Roberts county for eradication of bovine tuberculosis was completed this week. According to Dr. M. A. Molohon, veterinarian in charge of this district, 209 herds were tested and approximately 6,647 head of cattle. IF YOU ARE in need of Chiropractic adjustments see Dr. Paul V. Binion. Wynne-Merten Bldg. Pam- Texas. lp-263 Situations Wanted WORK WANTED—Refined young '•'. lady wants some kind of work. Willing to do anything. Will work for : $1.00 a day. Must have work " once. Age 22. Write box 605 ,re of NgWS. Pampa. 3t-266 P3CPERIENCED White girl wants lioMsework or care of children. iOan give references. Anything considered. Write box 589, care The NEWS. 3t-263 If Mrs. Gus Davis will call at bail at the Pampa Daily 5 NEWS of- sb.0 will receive a free ticket the La Nora theater to see .udette Colbert and Warren WU- n in "Imitation of Life," Friday ir Saturday. 'SPENDABLE YOUNG man wants work. Any Wnd considered. Wood- 1Q09 East ^ N. Qillesple. Juan Loza, 50, section foreman with the Santa Fe railroad here for the last six years, died of pneumonia in a local hospital early this mom- ing. Be had been in Texas 23 years, coming here from Guadala^. jara, Mexico, the town of his birth. Mr. Loza is survived by his wife and daughter and four sons. Funeral services will be conducted at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning in Holy Souls church with Rev. Joseph Wonderly officiating. Burial will follow in Fail-view cemetery under direction of the Pampa Mortuary. BOXER'S WIFE HYSTERICAL NAPLES, Feb. 8. (AP) — Mi's. Madeline Force Dick Fiermonte became semi-hysterical today when she learned that her husband, the former boxer, had met Mrs. Fiermonte No. 1 in Genoa. She 1 repeated that she could say nothing, > that she knew nothing about the matter, and that she did not know what her plans woijild/ be. Yesterday she had said confidently that she wouW meet Enzo on the French Blvlera after they both left Italy. • ^— ^T" Hay Carter of £eFors was a Pam- oa visitor this morning. • Adrian Tolbert has been transferred to Wellington, Kas., where he has a position in the engineering department of the Santa Fe railroad. Byrd Kitchen of Amarillo is visiting his father, W. B. Kitchen. Hea'ven as of a rushing mighty wind," not a mighty wind, but something sounding like it. Then there were sent tongues, as of fire, parting and sitting upon each of the gathered company,,' "The fire-like appearance presented itself at first as it were, in a single body, and then suddenly parted in this direction ajm that; so that a; portion of it rested on each of those present."— H. B. Hackett. The immediate consequences of The regular Saturday night dance at the Pla-Mor totHOrrW««i£ht will feature special music by Chijk Talcott-and his psjjular ordwstra. The regular admission bT'25 cents with, 5 cents per dapcfejjjH be chargecp-" TflfapfyOrganization has be*en for? stone time and is Qinving of tnsjtjioist popular ojgfliestras in Pampa. is a return brought b; patrons . *> * the management such bands' the and please the>nance anjl r to bests increa; .or .pa as lovers and this' territory. An trjictiveness was .recent- tlte Pla-Mor when new tits and were m\de new wea-e put up. Tike loud r _'eaker//syster i j makes the Vnusic and special jjumbers easily heard in any part of/the house. YoU are inyited to visit the Pla- Mor Saturday night when plans are made for an interesting evening. (Adv.) Mrs. W. W. Polk of Lubbock is vlsting Mrs. Ivy Pursley and other friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Stribling of Thurma, N. M., have returned to their home after a two weeks visit in Miami visiting friends and attending to business. • ^ San Quentin prison in California has completed a $50,000 school building. Dressmaking Let Miss Dafis 1 plan' yow fyvi robe. All] Work teed, Pride* Re SINGER SOWING MACHINE C( 814 No. q tf y|er Phone ANNOUNCEMENT! \ New Service Between Pampa^Tejxas and Oklahoma City, Okla. riWu Busses Now Leave at Direc Bus Fares A '0 p, m. er Than Ev ts r Before Tint*? - Same Money - More Convenient Call your locaj TfcUf* Agent At PAMPA BUS TERMINAL So, Ru»?eH At This Great Drug Event Only three days—-Saturday, Sunday and Monday— in which to take advantage of this special selling. * Be sure to check these items charefully. SPECIAL With each purchase of $1.00, one 50c Garden Court rouge FREE t to each lady. Saturday Only. Medicine Chest I gaby-lteeds I Shaving Needs 75c BAUME BENGAY 59c 50c • VICKS NOSE DROPS $1.00 SUPER-D CODLIVER OIL 74c MILK OF MAGNESIA Quart 59c MINERAL OIL Heavy Full Quart 79c Special CIGARETTES Flat Fifties Camels or Lucky Strikes • At REDUCED PRICES $1.20 S M'A 75c DEXTRI MALTOSE 59c Large Size OVALTINE 69c $f.20 SYRUP PEPSIN 89c 75c CASTORIA 59c DRUG? f*r***—± 50c AQiUA VELVA 50e 25c LISTERINE SHAVING CREAM 19c NEW GEM Razor/With Blades 35c ;RS BLADES OR FREE 40c ' SQCJIBB SHAVING Cream and Pocket Lighter 27C $1.00 f Water "Bottle , Fount/art Syringe $1.50 AGAROL 1,09 McKESSON HALIBUT OIL CAPSULES Fifty for 79c SOc IPANA TOOTH PASTE $1.50 ALARM CLOCK 89c SEE OUR DISPLAY TODAY SHE KNOWS THE DIFFERENCE HEART PACKAGES 25c T0 J.OO 55? PONDS CREAr )LD 39c $1.10 COTY FACE POWDER 69c $1.10 MILK WEED CREAM 79c $1.00 JUNIS CREAM 79c 50c Size 37c All Purpose Cream • ¥ f « * FVee Pfljyery : fl%IVI Krf**- f^tf** DRUG CO. 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