Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 24, 1935 · Page 8
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 8

Pampa, Texas
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Tuesday, September 24, 1935
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Bifls Received on -Gray County Job ST. Sept. S4 '(^)—The High- commlfslon received blr's today ch dotistfuction estimated at $2,000,- OtXS. Most ot the projects involved r fed€ral emergency funds. Counties participating were Mc- LBnhan, Bills, Johnson, Lamar, Red hlVer, Brooks, Limestone, Howard, doftlahche, Armstrong, Pecos, Dal- Ifim, Smith, Brazos, Pannln. Lam- p'ftgas, Harrison, Kcnedy. Kl-berq;, Gray, kerr, Bosque, Houston, Mad- isoh, and Jefferson. The Gray county project is that of putting a senl cont cf asphalt fii highway 33 from Pampa to the Roberts county line. Only a light coat was applied when the road was i constructed. Treble Clef Will Present a Concert To Aid Shoe Fund An interesting musical program ty Paimn's famous Trtble C!cf club —best of its type in the Panhandle —will be eivcn in the city auditorium Tuesday evening of next week at 8:15 o'clock. The concert will be sponsored by the Parent-Teacher associations of the city for the benefit rf the SI a year shoe club. Proceeds will be given to this fund for the benefit of the underprivileged school children. wm, toft, NEW YORK, Sept. 24 f/P>—{The stock market edged quietly higher for the second successive session today, as Wall Strest was a little more hopeful of a compromise of the Ethiopian dispute, and found trade news bright. Traders were still cautious pending more definite news from Geneva, but there was sufficient buying to push much of the list ut> from fractions to more than a point. The turnover was only about 1,00,0000 •hares but the Inte tcne was firm. Am Dan 10 142 141 141% Am Rod .... 51 17% 17", 171* Am T&T .... 20 138% 137V. 138% Catholie Leaders Gather for Eucharfatlg i/Minc 183 21 20". AT&SP".'.'.'... 32 50V, 49M, 49'A Avia Corp .... G 3% 3'i 3% 17 2*1 2% 2% 19 16% 15% 1574 112 10 9V< 9% Mr.",. Boh Cn'•>!•• Vll rf Miami, former Pampa resident, visited here today. Last Tim 3 Today Edw. G. Robinson James Cag'ncy —In— "Smart Money" Bald Loc B ft O ... Bnrnsdall . Ben Avia . Beth Stl . Case J I . Chrysler .. Col G El . Coml Solv Comw Sou Cent Oil . Cur Wri .. Du Pont . Gen Elec . •en Mot .. 37 21% 7.1'.i 21'A . 38 39 38 % 38 M: .. 14 78% 77% '77% . 294 72% 71V, 71% .. 89 12% 11% 12 .. 31 19 Vt 18% 18% . 107 174 1% 1: 'i .. 10 19% 19V, 19 V4 ,.184 3 2% 3 . . 14 127% 125% 125% .. 161 33% 33V, 33% ..170 45 VI 44% 45 M, 2% 2% 17 17% W P% 18'!.'i 18% 16V, 16', Archbishop John T. McMi'holns Patrick Cnnlinnl Hayes Gen Pub Svc 4 3Vi Gillette 11 17% Good'lch .... 15 fl'4 Gocclyear .... 23 19"i 111 Cent .... 20 16% Hit Harv .... 16 57Vi 56V, RfiV, lilt Nick .... 69 30% 30 30V, Tnt. T&T 515 10 i<i 10 11", Kelvin 25 12V4 12% 12V-j Kenncc 86 25% 24% 24% j Mid Cont ... 6 10 V, 10 10 V, M K T 4 4'; 4 4 82 33% 32% 33 Vi Archbishop Anilcto Cicogmmi ]iish<>i> Juwph Scln-cinbs At the seventh national Eucharlstlc Conpn-ss In rirvHuncl. Mecca ot American Roman Catholics during the four days beginning Monday. Sept. '.in. ii'itt"! church leaders will take part in impressive rrremor.lns honoring the central object of HIM ('nilu.lic' lulih—Hie Holy Eucharist. Principal figure at tlin'rcuiKress will be Patrick Cardinal HII.VPS ol New York, who. us papal legate, personally will represent 1'ope Plus XI. Another papal dignitary, Arrl, hislmp 'AmMo Giovanni Clcognani, apostolic delegate to (ho United States, will celebrate pontilicnl muss. Opening sermon of the congress will be delivered by Archbishop John T. McNIcholas of Cincinnati, metropolitan of the province of Cleveland. AS h'.vd of the diocese ot Cleveland. Hlshnn .Insenh Schrenths will be host to the r.oiicross. "You can' fight tito fights, if necessary," replied Dr. Walker. The two fighters were friendly but not chatty as they po?ed on and-cff the scales. Baer was In good humor but not wise-cracking. He hummed "When the Moon domes Over the Mountain." Baer's hands, the subject of controversy during and after his title fight with Braddock. were pronounced in perfect fighting condition. Dr. Walks* said the knuckles to be in Baer's corner, said: "Max Is my pal. He wnnts me In there and that's where I'll be." Experts believed confirmation of Baer's excellent condition would cause a swins toward the Californian, in the betting, but odds still were being quoted at 1 to 2 on Louis along Broadway. Baer was 20 minutos late in arriving, acccmnanied by his manager, Ancil Hoffman, and Jack Dampsev. who announced definitely he would be in the Californian's corner tonight. Louis, who had arrived early and been kept waiting nearly an hour by his rival, looked up from a mrtisal of the comic pages of a newspaper to acknowledge Baer's Borger EsiMait Injured in Wred Beverly Mathls Is In Wdrley hospital,. where, he was taken last night about 10; 15 o'clock for treatment following an automobile accident a mile west of Skellytown. Mathis Is a resident of BOrger and operated a mail route between Borger and Sunray. ' . Head and other injuries resulted when Mathls' car rah into a ditch. X-ray pictures were being made were knotty but found no signs of this afternoon to determine the injury or inflammation. Dempscy, confirming his intention extent of injuries. Mathis and his cousin were In the car. He was brought to Pama by a passing motorist. The cou- ;n reported that he believed the ieering gear failed. "hello" head. with a short nod of the CURIOUS WORLD BF M Ward Nat Dairy .... 88 17"» Nat Dist ....' 33 29% Packard 80' 10% 29 5 Penney 1 82 Vj Pen n R R ... 31 28% 27 Vj 27".. 2fi' s 40% 7% 8 Phil Pet .... 31 26% 26 Pub Svc N J 6 50% 40 Pure Oil .... 30 8 Radio 197 .7% Repub Stl ... 82 17% 16% 7% 16% Sears 34 57 58 Vi 56'4 ear Stfcll Un .... 10 5% 6V, 11 11% 19 19 Simins 48 6V, Sac Vac .... 63 11'4 Sou Pac .... 24 Wi Std Brds .... 87 13% 13'4 13% S O Cal .... 11 32% 32'/, 32'4 S O In 19 25'4 S O N J . Studebaker Tex Corp . Un Carb .... 27 67 Un Carbon ..1 671 U S Rub .... 23 14 47 43 V- 43 «i 43% 64 5% 5% 5% 27 19H 18% 18% 66% 66% G6 old favorite returns with a song in his heart and a girl on each arm. SPECIAL! Fight Winner Will Be Announced at All Three Theatres Today - Tomorrow LET'S New York Curb Stocks Cities Svc .. Elec B&S ... Ford Ltd ... Gulf Oil Pa Humble 25 ! 7 /s 1% 97 12'/j 12 10 8'/j . 4 60 7 55 Vi 12% 8% 8% 59V, 60 54% 66-y, 13% 1% 54 Vj £T)HE WORLD'S FIRST HYDROGEN BALLOON, SENT UP IN 17S3, WAS ATTACKED AND DESTROYED BY PEASANTS WHEN IT DESCENDED ON THEIR FIELDS/ 'THEY BELIEVED IT TO BE. AN E.VIL. MONSTSG. OF SOME SOR.T. A $6.60 musical oraedy on the screen t Stare of 'radio, screen', stage! Song hits galore! Girls I Howie! Thrills! Romance! Spectacle) POULTRY CHICAGO, Sept. 24. (/P)—Poultry, live, 53 trucks, steady; hens 18-22%.; leghorn hens 15; rock springs 16%20',;., colored 16-18; lock broilers 20, colored 20, barebacks 13-14: leghorn chickens 16; roosters 14; turkeys 14-18; white ducks 4% Ibs up 16, small 15; colored 145; geese 14. NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 24. (ff)- S'oreign. buying appeared in the market again during the morning and futures spurted from 8 to 9 points in fairly active dealings. Hedge pressure kept the options frcm making large advances but a better tone developed as prices started upward. Oct. touched 10.53 oi) the advance, Dec. was up to 10.58 and May to 10.74. The weather map today showed moderate temperatures in most areas with some showers in South Texas. GRAIN TABLE Wheat: High Low Close Sept 98% 96% 96% Dec 99% 98% 98'4'-% May 1.00 ^ 98 H 98'/i-% KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY, Sept. 24 (/P)—U. S. D. A.—Hogs, 2,500; slow and uneven; f'esirable 280 Ibs. and down 10-15 lower; heavier weights weak to 10 lower; medium grades of all weights 15-25 off; too 11.40; desirable 180-250 Ibs. 11.15-35; few 260325 Ibs. 10.80-11.15; 140-170 Ibs. 10.00-11.10; sows 9.35-85. Cattle 10,000; calves, 1,500; beef steers and yearlings predominating in. run; pending lower; other killing clarses steady; several loads native grain fed steers and yearlings held up to 11.00 and above; liberal quota r.hort fed westerns and grassers eligible to sell from 6.75-9.00. Sheep, 6,000; lambs strong tq 25 higher; sheep steady; six cars of choice range lambs 9.75; one car 19.60; best natives 9.50; most sales 9.25-50; range ewes 3.85. CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO, Sept. 24. (^—Unsettled by uncertainty as to the ultimate success of peace negotiations in Europe, the wheat market was lethargic today. Wheat prices rose more than a cent, May futures touching $1.00, and then lost this advance. Bulls contended there was prospect of world wheat supplies being reduced to a minimum by the end of the season. Rainfall expected to relieve drought conditions in parts of Argentina, normally a major exporting nation, failed to materialize cable advices said. Wheat closed nervous, H higher >o % lower, Dscember 98%-%, and corn was % off to ITi up, December 58 %->/i. Oats were unchanged to higher, rye %-!% up, barley unchanged to % advance and provisions were easy. HAS EJEEN SOLVED BY ONLY FOUR. OF THE EARTH'S CREATURES. ( INSECTS, PTERODACTYLS, AND BATS) ©1035 BY NEA SERVICE, IHC. LATC NtWS WASHINGTON, Sept. 24 (AP) —A new ultimatum from miners to mine operators raised doubts today as to the speed with which the soft cnal strike might be settled. John L. Lewis, president of Use United Mine Workers, emerged from :i conference on the thorny problem with the assertion that the miners would not agree to less than a 9 cents a ton increase In pay for men who dig and load COlll. 11 THE BALANCE" S'EVENTH SIGN OF THE ZODIAC, IS THE. ONLV ONE OF THE TWELVE ZODIA.CAL. CONSTELLATIONS THAT IS NAMED i FOR. AN . INANIMATE OBJECT. IN order to prevent peasants from attacking fallen balloons, the French government once issued the following proclamation: "Any one who should see a globe as Isrge as a small cottage, should ba awaro that,- far from being an alarming phenomenon, it is only a machine made of light taffetas or light canvas, that cannot causo any harm, and will some day prove serviceable to tlio wants of society." TVA Power Loop To Be Built to 8 Municipalities KNOXVILLE, Term., Sept. 24 (AP) — Plans for construction of a 250-mile transmission "loop" linking eight west Tennessee municipalities with TVA power at Mus- cle Shoals were announced today by the Tennessee Valley authority The 250-mile line will tie in eight cities that already own thei own distribution system. The TVA will spend more than $1,000,000 building the,line. "A full development of our present plans," said David E. Lilienthal, director, "will result in one of the major rural electrification projects in the entire country." NEW .YORK, Sept. 24 (/P) — Al Smith, young southpaw, kept the Phillies' 9 hits well scattered today and the New York Giants scored a G-0 victory in the first game -of a doublehcader. Mel Ott clouted his thirty-first homer. BROOKLYN, Sept. 24 (/P)—Scoring three runs in the first inning the Brooklyn Dodgers defeated the Boston Braves, 5-3, in the Hrs game of a doublehcader today. SLASHES AT WAR FORT WORTH, Sept. 24. (/P)—A jtatement by Rev. Wallace Basset of Dallas that he never Intended 'to pray again for Amreica to wh i war" was greeted by a chorus o amens at a district rally of Baptis Dastcrs and laymen here today. "I'm ;hrough with this war business, IB said. "I've been embarrassed b ;he encouragement I gave to en listing men in the last war." RAIN STOPS LINDY ROSWELL, N. M., Sept. 24. (/Pi- Rain today interrupted the strato sphere rocket experiments whic Col. Charles A. Lindbergh found s intriguing he planned to write abou them. The storm kept the fame airman and Dr. Robert H. Goddar rocket scientist, from the steel towe where several experimental rocke already have been fired into the stratosphere. The special gloves to be used tonight feature a protective insert of leather for each thumb. They also are designed with the Idea of preventing the user from employing "thumbing" tactics. They have never been used before in New York. Louis and his managers at first islsted they wonted the regulation oves, denying any previous agree- icnt en changing the type at Baer's equcst. The commission agreed to waive s rules on the use of bandages ftor Baer's manager persuaded the ouis camo to make another con- essicn. -Instead of the customary x feet of one-and-a-half-inch soft andage, 12 feet of two-inch gauze ill be permitted. The bandages ll be fastened with sB: feet ol ape instead of the usual limit of wo feet. Baer weighed 210'Xj on the offi- ial scales, thus giving him an ad- antage of 11 1-4 pounds over the 3rown Bomber, who weighed- 199 -4. Both were pronounced in per- ect fighting condition, with Baei iving definite proof of being in fai etter shape than he was the nighl e lost the heavyweight crown to im Braddock three months ago. The biggest crowd that has cvei athered for similar preliminaries upwards of 5,000 spectators, swarmed .round the state office building un- 11 the flare-up over the gloves wa ver and all hands had departed to await the big battle. Reports of several large wager on Louis at 5 to 8 indicated th negro would enter the ring arouni 8 p. m. (CST) a pronounced favor te. Two bets of $10,000 each wer made on Louis by western backers Broadway commissioners said ther was plenty of Baer money to cove Millions of Fish Lay Dead on Coast BROWNSVILLE, Sept. 24 (/P} — Millions of fish lay dead today along i 50-mile strip of coast. From 20 miles south of here along he coast of northern Mexico to 30 miles north up Padre Island, hun- !reds of tarpon, the great fighting ish .of the Gulf of Mexico, and nillions of smaller fish were washed up beginning Saturday. Blamed was some obscure marine occurrence which some weeks ago eft millions of fish dead in the icinity of Corpus Christ!, farther jp the coast. The first intimation 3f the situation there and in this area was a: strong odor of sulphur dioxide. A party rf Brownsville •esidents who camped on Padre Island Saturday reported the water here was yellowish in places, and hat they saw heavy gas rising from he water. They said the gas made Jiem cough almost constantly, and heir eyes burned. wagers, for & suB-coftmfttee td write ft com* J5oslte bill. Authors of (pension bills, Which Included ft three pe* cent retail sales and ft $2 annual levy oh persons from 25 to 60 years old, forced the reversal. Hearings Planned Pension legislation advanced In the house as ft sub-committee completed revision of differing proposals, it approved restrictions designed to reduce the number of eligible prisoners and a minor tax, to which major revenue amendments could be attached. The house liquor traffic Commit' tee decided to open its sessions for public on three rival control plans after hearing the author of each explain provisions. Two bills proposed state monopolies and the other a license system. A senate sub-committee worked to perfect a license system plan despite approval by the state affairs committee of a bill to prohibit sale of liquor for consumption on the premises. The licenses system bills, identical in each house and -drafted by the wet bloc, would permit sale'of mixed drinks by hotels and restaurants. LEAGUE (Continued Prom Page 1) Mrs. A. B. McAfee left yesterday for Mineral Wells, to spend several weeks for benefit of her health. Mr. and Mrs. Byrum Haile of Jlarendon announce the arrivial of a daughter, weighing nine pounds. Mrs. Halle is the former Martha Jean Pirtle of Pampa, a graduate of Pampa high school, class of 1933. Mr. and Ivlrs. K. B. Snell are the parents of a daughter, born last night at Pampa-Jarratt hospital. She weighed 8 pounds and has been named Beverly Joy, The council Is expected to receive the report Thursday morning, and Italian sources indicated that" when the council meets the Italian delegation probably will be absent. It was explained that such abstention would be in pursuance of the Italian policy of not participating In discussions of the Ethiopian question when Ethiopians are likely to speak at the council table. With the drawing up of the report, the committee .acknowledged defeat In its efforts to find a basis for a solution of the crisis. WESTBROOK ELECTED WASHINGTON, Sept.' 24. ffl~ Stillman P. Westbrook of Hartford, Conn., vice president of the Aetna Life Insurance company, was elected president of community chests and councils at the ' annual business meeting held today in connection . with the 1935 mobilization for human needs conference. R. C. Rudrauff is recovering in Worley hospital following a major operation. ; To Be Well Dressed ALWAYS WEAR A CLEAN HAT — ALWAYS! Factory Finished by ROBERTS the Hat Man Located in DeLuxe Dry Cleaners . TO DEATH ROW • BIG SPRING, Sept. 24. (/P)— W. R. Hildreth, 49, was ordered taken to the state penitentiary today to die in the electric chair Oct. 25 for the ice pick slaying of his wife, Docia, Oct. 1, 1934. He was sentenced yesterday after he had said "I don't guess so" when Judge W. M. Taylor asked him whether he had anything to say. Do You Need Money? JOc -STATE - 20c Lost P»y JN <tHE CWUP8" No Security-—No Endorsement Required — Loans Made on Your Own Signature — All Dealings Strictly Confidential. Consultation Strictly Private. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CARBON BLACK AND OIL FIELD EMPLOYES. Any roan or woman steadily employed can borrow fronj §5 to $50 confidentially. Vou can have money to mcpt bill* that are pressing you by borrowing frosii MS. No red tape, All you have to do is drop into our office and have a talk with us. Tell us about yourself—tell us what you are up against. You'll find us friendly—eager to heip you solve your financial problems. When you need $5 to 550 come directly to ws. You can get the money quickly and confidentially. Then your friends or employer need not know the'condi- tion of your financial affairs. Keep your friends and borrow froin us. Call and learn how' easy U is to; inalte a loan J *Tt f% •^ *\ wi v% *% rampa n M ** You will find the combinations of suede with kid or calf flattering. Rugged effects in ox fords straps lead in sport type shoes. At this price we offer a complete collection of sport, street, arid jafternpon footwear. There Js a cut to, all styles uluding those foraf ternoon. Nfay We answer any shoe questions y/au, •,,

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