Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 29, 1947 · Page 3
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Shell Rations Gos In July and Aug. ST. LOUIE—(/P)—officials' of the Shell Oil Company said yesterday gasoline would be allocated to its dealers in seven midwestern states during July and August to meet ft tight supply situation. States affected by the measure are Michigan. Indiana, Illinois. Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and Missouri, P. C. Thomas, division manager, said Shell dealers and commercial accounts would receive approximately the same quantities they dH during the corresponding months last year. JAtf MAYCN TRIP LONDON—UP)—An Oxford University expedition will leave soon for itlie Arctic for glacier surveys 'and biological researches on the mountainous, fog shrouded island of Jan Mayen. NEW and USED FURNITURE BRUMMETT FURNITURE CO. 317 S. Cuyler Phone 20BO Presents Perori High Church Award ROME—(/P)—Pope Pius IX Saturday awarded the Great Cross of the Order of Pius I to President Juan D. Peron of Argentina. The badge of the order—second ranking in importance and dignity among pontificial decorations—was sent from the Vatican to the Argentine embassy to the Holy See for forwarding to Peron. whose wife was received by the Pope Friday. Vatican sources said the award recognized Argentina's contribution to relieving war suffering. P.I.-Siam Air Treaty in Making MANILA— UP)— Vice President El- piclio Quidino will go to Bangkok 'July 10 to sign an aviation treaty with Siam, foreign office source's taut yesterday. Lack of a treaty has c-aused the suspension of regular Bangkok-Manila flights for several weeks. An air pact between the Philippines and the Netherlands East Indies also is expected to be signed in a fow days, permitting the establishment of direct, Bntavia-Manila service. Read Thn Pampa. News Want Ads Open 12:45 Adm. 44c TODAY WEDNESDAY Communist Paper Runs Cartoon Aimed At Gen. Eisenhower MOSCOW—OP)—The Communist Party organ Pravda ran a four- column cartoon depicting Gen. Els- enhower leading United Military forces in defense of a North Pole where the only foes shown were an Eskimo woman, her two children, a pair of penguins, polar bears, reindeer and an Arctic fox. The U. S. Chief of staff was pictured atop a jeep armed with a submachine gun, two revolvers, charts, a periscope, telescope, radar and a telephone. Behind the general was pictured a host of tanks, artillery and bombers. The cartoon was captioned "Eisenhower is defending." Behind the general was shown a man described as an "average American." who was asking "what's the matter, general. Where is there such combat activity in this unpopulated region?" Eisenhower was quoted as replying "what do you mean? Can't you see the forces of the enemy concentrated here? This is exactly the spot where the threat to American freedom comes." Market Briefs /'.V —v— 'HOUND HUNTERS", a Color Cartoon TODAY thru JUESDAY [SCOURGE of GUNMEN and GAMBLERS/ ROY ROGERS vucolor.' King of the I Cowboys "GOOFY GOLF", a Sports Reel . . . NEWS "LEAVE U? CHASE IT," a Col o ; Cartoon TODAY and MONDAY ^ he Pict " r e That Introduced "CHATTANOOGA CHU "SUN VALLEY SERENADE" ^OHN GLENN P A Y N I MILLER "CUPID RIDES THE KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK l>A)--Callle-salah'le ion; calves snl.-ih'le ;>"; coinpnred will] 1-Ylclny Just week average jrood and choice slaughter '-inil'''?-!]?! 1 - h<> ' r ' ?l ' s Kj'li'ly; Jmlk Rood ate. numher average medium iind'good 'Steers Ll.i.O-25.00; •! loads eommon «uid marr-ly medium S50-!)fiO II) .Southwest grass steers IS.00-20.00; medium nml jrood HTM In fed heifers and mixed yp;n-)i!iKs liirffcl.v 20.00- 1 tf..r.o-in.oo; most <.><>minnM nml mert- ti m 12.00-13.00: medium and K ood Mills over noo n, I3.7r.-l7.no- K ood und choice vealers 2<>.00-2-1.00; fe.w (rood meaty !>00-'..30 II, feeder steers 21100'00; strieily good and choice H50-800 !li .22.00-7;.; most medium nml Rood slot-Is Miners In load lots IN.00-21.75- load lots medium to choice heifers IX. 00-21. Oil; medium and irornl stock eowK 1 1.00-1J.00. lion's salahlo TiO; compared with Fri- dny Jimt week mievoii, 230 Hi down mostly ...steady; 2.10-2KO Hi 25.GO hifji- er; heavier wf-lphis 50-75 lilshor; ulns- liiB top 21.75; sows 2!> to mostly r,0 1 rher nt l».»f, down. CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO, Juno 2S— W'J—SplliiiR pn- tered the corn pit In expanded volume on I ho hoard of trade today siml prices broke several cents. Wheat and oals were lower most of Hie. .session, although deferred wheat contracts displayed a firm undertone. Improved weather over the corn hell, coupled with reports from parts of Iowa that the KTiilu was making n Rood recovery from recent \vf»i weather in nnflooded areas, causer the selling- of forn contracts. Wheat elosed unchaiiKed to :! i hltrh- er, July S2.1f.»',.2.17. conn was 1^- i; er, July $l.ilil'.,i->{.. and oats were '•i-7ij lower, July DfiTs-!"!. FORT WORTH LIVESTOCK POUT WOKTII, June 27—W')—(US- DA)—I'utlP—compared week IIKO; hp.ef steers and yearlings and slocker cut- tle strong to I,(10 higher, heef cows weak to 1.00 lower, hulls steady \S'eelc's tops: Bi.-t-r supers and yea'r- lliiffs 2n.no, cows is.no with practical lo plato 111..".II, hulls Hi.00, feeder year- llnss 21.1'.".. Week's rosulls: mc'dftim and R-ood slaiiR-hter steers and year- lliiB-s 17.5(1-2:1.50, eommon 12.0it-i.fi.00, Koiid cows ar the rlose ir..."0-iii.5o, common and medium 12.00-15.00; .weighty snUSURP, hulls 13.50-15.50, medium and Rood stocker cows 10.50- FORT WORTH GRAIN 7-TWT \\'OKTII. June 2S— t/P)~ \\'heat No. I hard 2.22-2.27. Oats No. 2 red !)2-flfi. Corn No. 2 white 2.61'/.-2.G" 1 /'. Sorghums Xo. 2 yellow "mlln per 100 pounds S.I5-3.20. CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO. June 28— (fP) —\V)ient: Open l-fltrh T^ow Close Jly 2.Hi','. 2.17 2.15'V, 2.1« : )i-1T Sfip 2.11'/i-'••'• 2.12';, 2.1 n% 2.12V,-'<! Dec 2.10-'';-'.'. 2.11-'!i 2.0!i>r. 2.1t4i-'{ .May 2.0,S',i " 2.00 2.07',.£ 2.08-';i-T; Workers Want to Work Longer Week HOUSTON— (JPJ— Employes of Port Houston have voted unanimously against adoption of a 40-hour week. Port Director J. Russell Wait said yesterday. Wait said such work schedules as recommended by Harris County Auditor Harry L. Washburn would result In a 10 percent increase in the port's operations costs and that employes favcr continuing on a 44- hour basis instead of taking pay reductions. Cars Get That " TIRED u >JUR expert mechanics h'ave a remedy for cars that suffer from sluggish performance. Their tools are specially designed and they use only factory engineered and inspected parts. Dropinsoon. You'll s (ind new pleasure in driving when your car is full of the pep and ginger that cornes with DeSoto" i Service. Plains Motor Co. DE SOTO aiui PLYMOUTH U3 N. Frost Phone 380 Two Teen-Agers Given Suspended Sentences Suspended sentences of five years <;ach were handed down Friday to two teen-agers by District Judge Lewis M. Goodrich in 31st District Court here. First to hear the sentence of the Court wa? Owen Wilson Long, indicted With three other boys of a bfrglary ring here. Long took the I land in his own behalf and told the court that he and Max Brown had met at the skating rink on the night of May 23 and decided to break into the Pampa Motor Fricght Company becnuse they "needed some money." Failing to 'knock the knob off the company's ,safe they then stole several items of clothing including a pair of shoes which they later hid. A. C. Long, the boy's father, told the Court that Owen had quit school sometime ago, but that he would help him return to school and finish his high school education. Long also told the Court he intended to return to school if given the chance. Upon the recommendation of District Attorney Tom Braly, Judg-e Goodrich assessed the penalty at a five years suspended sentence. | about taking advice in court testi- . Pampa News, Sundav, June 29, 1947 Changing his ftory from last monj- from "cross bars attorneys." | '_.! 1 * PAGE 3 week, William Homer Terry, Shamrock, pleaded guilty to the June 10 theft of an automobile belonging to J. D. Alexander. Terry admitted on the stand Friday that he broke the '•vindow of the Alexander car and knew whit he was doing at thr> time. He also admitted to taking another car from Sharr.broek and took the Alexander sar alter I lie other one became overheated. Last week Terry lold the Court hp was diunk and a man, he identified a.s Mr. McCIellan. told- him to take the Alexander car. Ai'.er pasing the five year si.-n- tencp. Judge Goodrich warned Terrv Terry had been hold in the county i jail since his arre.«t several week's! c.gc. John Syclnrv A marsheii, graduate of j University, will lead thej group of eight or nine undnrgrad-' nates—all ex-servicemen. ! MAGNETO REPAIRING AH Work Guaranteed RADCLIFF BROS. ELECTRICAL CO. The Place To Get Your We Hove Plenty 1$ ICIER Per Case & Up Plus Bottle Southern Club Open Sundays ... 1 P. M. to 12 P. M. BEHRMA Enjoy the Fourth in a cool dress or play suit at little cost. '•V •WW 1 "?-"** ^S'^jiliU 1 * A wildfire of values is sweeping our stock of Srrr.mer dresses and play suits off our racks! You saw these dresses sellir- for dollars more at the start of the season. Now come set nil the Summer cottons, spuns crepes and sheers you need—and save! lV. DRESSES, values fro $*|GO $17.95 " J DRESSES, values to $jfOO $19.95 5 DRESSES, values fo $®OQ $29.95, H DRESSES, voSues to $1*|OG $39.95 \L HOSE, Sheer Nylons $ * / BLOUSES, Values to $ $5.95 ............ See Behrrrmn's newest Fall Fashions. Arrival daily op the latent Suits, CoaU, Presses. 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