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THE BORGER DAILY HERALD
Pttblichttf at lot North Main Street, Burger, Tesaa, Evtry Evening
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ef all new a dtapatcbea credit to It or not otherwlae.
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r, Tesaa, oader Uie Act of March 8, l(il 7.
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be Herald are aent at the owner'* rlak, and the pnhllahera «•
any UahlUty or reaponalbtllty for their custody or
at eare will he taken, however, to aee that they are
la thla office
MAN IS INGENIOUS
WITHOUT BEING WISE
The hope that closer intercommunication among coun-
tries und peoples would bring batter understanding and
more peaceable relation* among them doesn't seem to be
working out very well.
We invent the airplane, bringing cities closer together
in point of time, and what does? it mean ? Better bombing.
We invent the cable and telegraph and telephone lines
so that any country may know instantaneously what is
going on in any other country. And what do we get? In
half the world we get iron-clad control of communications
by governments, and the news poisoned at the source.
We invent radio, by which tin- human voice can in-
stantaneously enter any home in the world from far coun-
trifcs- And what do we get? W<- gel poisonous propa-
ganda from abroad and floogie-floogk -floy-floy at home.
Now Miss Lidia Zamenhof, daughter of the inventor
of Esperanto, an artificially-created language, comes
through with still another disillusionm< nt.
* VI I Esperanto was devised in the hope that by creating
a language universally understood, the barriers of differing
tongues would be banished, and universal understanding
would be promoted.
But what happens? Both Mussolini and Stalin, Miss
Zamenhof says, have seized on Esperanto as a medium for
flooding neighboring countries with military and social
propaganda.
Maybe "trickling" would be a better word than "flood-
ing/' in view of the small number of people who know
Esperanto. But it is a small straw added to the long list
of evidence that ingenuity is not enough.
The world' desperate need today is not more tools,
but more knowledge of how to use wisely ih,- tools it has.
MORE "SOLUTIONS
The latest crop of Assorted Truths, from the field of
psychiatry, includes declarations that:
Men who file fradulent income tax returi s were prob-
ably disciplined harshly by cruel fathers. Government of-
ficials who are hostile toward business are prooably moti-
vated by unconscious resentment against their mothers.
Reckless drivers are probably men who haw. ill-tempered
wives or bosses.
All this, of course, points immediately to the solution
of practically everything by psychological troutmeni. But,
the machinery for treating the whole population for every-
thing would be too vast to be practicable at present. Cer-
tain steps which might be taken in the right direction in
the meantime do appear, however.
Let the Treasury Department establish chtsses in fa-
therhood; the Chamber of Commerce, classes in mother-
hood; police departments, classes in etiquet in the homo
and the office. It might be a start, anyway.
Plead Guilty To
Cement Slaying
NORTHAMPTON. Ma *.. July
13 - t/pi — John F. Iiathfrli, 26.
i>( New York, today plondted guilty
to second degree murder In the
"cement coffin" hIbvIiik of Char-
lea Morris. New York race track
follower, und wan neutenceil !>y
Judge Thiiinii lliimtiioinl to 11 r• •
Imprisonment. In n court Heaslon
lu¡<tink only hi minutes.
This sudden uliift In the mys-
terious ettae Und the effect of
shutting off for the time being at
least uny explanation of the sluy-
ng. Morris' body was found threo
W<nks ago in the Connecticut
Hlver bound with wire to which
hits of cement «till clung.
The Iiorger Dally Herald Want
Ads get good resulta.
t:JA f+1
Ceorge
aide ui
atices Clark
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{«king his Vnmtion Ibis week. Nex! week
to watch lilt children while I lake mine."
OKLAHOMA CITY (ul> H
A'f Leon C i Ited) I'ltllllpa,
utlulil' i-lKiir-Hiimkltii; B' w deulet,
maimslu' d u totn|l# ulively inull
tint Steady lead today uvi-r W B.
K« y another snpjiorter of the
Ixtlieias of I'lesHietlt Jtoosevelt,
in i he D'-iaoti utit giihoruatorlal
primary
Trttllliit 111 t'b'rd position was
foi'tnei (joVeiWir W II ' Alfalfa
Hill' Murray outspoken critic
of the ti' w d' .il |iolkie«. There Is
no runoff.
ith only a handful of precincts
inisHin-, I'hilllps ahowed a sliiiht-
ly greater strenitth iu the latest
ballot totals. The former speaker
oí the state House of Itepresenia-
tp,'* had lTti.117 \otes in un-
official return from S.iftG out
of predncta.
Key, former state WPA adinln-
istralor, bad 173.15.1. just a little
more than 3,000 Votes behind
the pacemaker. At one time Key
hid cut (lie ieail to about 1,80(1.
Aiurry. who drew an indirect
presidential reference as "na-
tionally known as a Republican"
u;i u, pour third with 1-13,007.
Democratic nomination for gov.
ei'uor is considered equivalent t<j
election no Itepublican has
ever served in the office.
In the Senate race which had
been looked upon as the first teat
el the president's political speak-
ing tour, white-halrod Senator
Elmer Thomas ran a way from his
opposition. Mr. Roosevelt said u
"few kind word#" for Thomas
ill a speech here Saturday and re.
ferrad to htm as "my old frlMiti."
The S' liator was assured of the
Democratic nomination, polling
207.245 votes to Rep. Qomer
Smith's 1,50,723 and new
deal Uovcrnor r.. VV. Marhiud's
(•U.-I72 In unofficial return from
3,040 precincts.
CHK'AUO July 14 ijpi
C< ntplexitle# ol the kuh-i iiiih iiI
wheat loan plans announced to.
day resultad In swift alternate
Jumpx Hill tumbles oí Chlcuno
prices, with sharp declines at the
close.
Virtually the day's lowest
price pri vailed In the final deal,
lug*.
Wide dlflerences of opinion
were current due especially to ah.
hciicc of knowledge Of what the
government bast- price at sea-
board points would lie. 8ugi'"..
Hons were numerous ihiii the gov.
eminent miglit be overloaded with
wheat, and would export ihe bur-
densome mapplies ai. u Ions
At the close, Chicago wheat fu-
tures were 1-2 cents lower com-
pared wir.i yesterday's finish.
July 71 S-f- Sept. 72.72J, com
1 it-U cents down, July Sept
(¡0 S-i, and outs J.jJ off.
Al Chem fc Dye
Am Hd & St
Am SM Ü 11
Am T K T
Anaconda
Aid) T fi SF
Hurnsilall Oil
Bend \v|n
Helb St 1
Coml Solvents
Comwltlt A Soitih
Consol Oil
CAMPAIGNS TO
DELAY FILLING
OF JUDGESHIPS
WASHINGTON. July 14 (/IV -
The bustle of primary cam
pa if! its probably will ke.-p J'rcsi-
dent Roosevelt from filling sev-
eral new fedcrnl judgeships an-
'i! late In September.
Twenty additional «"¡isulct and
ire tilt judgeships were .rea ted
ny Congress shortly before ad.
inurnment. More than a dozen of
the posts remain to be filled.
Fairly well established practice
dictates that such appointments
not b< made when a stale Is wrap-
ped up in a hot political cam-
paign. Especially ts (his trui
when a .Senator is picking his
way through the primaries towarC
a general election.
In the pas!, what a senator suld
for or against a man's appoint,
menl to a federal judgeship has
meant a great deal. Some sena-
tors have warmed the hopes of
several aspirants through a pri-
mary campaign The aspirants did
their bit for the Senator-—and
foun later that all of those who
campaigned for him could not
be judge.
if the judge had been appoint-
rl in the middle of the campaign,
the Unsuccessful candidat' s would
have sulked, straggled off. or
gone out and fought against Hie
senator.
Most presidents have gone
along with the policy of delay-
ing not only judgeships hut other
nominations out of deference to
the wishes of Senators.
The south itas iieen one ex-
ception to the rule that the .Sen-
ators should have something ty
say about appointees to fei'erai
posts Democratic by heritage and
practice, thi' south sent Democra-
tic Senators to Washington dur-
ing Republican regimes. Special
onimlttees were set up by tin-
Republicans l:o handle federal
appointment In the south. The
Hepators were ignored.
Consequently, two Incidents of
the lasi we. k might not have
been particularly new to Sena-
tors Class and Ryrd of Virginia
uitt Connolly and .Hheppurd of
Texas II a Republican presi-
dent had been Involved.
Jus' before lie left on bis west-
,o trip, I'resMeni Roosevelt up
pointed IMo> d Rf.bei ta of RrffttOt.
\'n., to be federal judge for thej
western clatrict of Virginia. Sen. í
a tor tilas promptly said the sc. j
lection was "intended to be of
tensivo" for him and B.vrd, and
demand the two woul 1 make an
active fight against i osiMriniiH hi
The s>- ond incident took place
Monday at Wichita Fall*, Texas
Mr Roosevelt banded to Hovertior
Allred the appointment to a new
federal district, judgeship ill
southern Texas.
•Senators Contially and Sheppard
had endorsed other aspirants.
Shepperd said he would accept
the president's choice, but Con-
nnliy had no Immediate comment
Caribou, In order to free them-
selves of mosquitoes, run against
the wind.
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Mont Ward
N'at Dairy I'f
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Phillips Pet
Plymouth Oil
Radio Corp ol Am
Radio Keith Or
Hem Kantl
Servel Inc
Sottony Vac
Stand Brands
Stand Oil Cal
Stand Oil Ind
Stand Olí N .1
Stew Warn
Tex Corp
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«ieorge Armstrong left Sunday
for i. vi«|i with relatives in
Bridgeport, '1 e.x
Mi and Mrs John Parkhurst
are visiting In Han Antonio,
Renda Jean sharp Is visiting Mi
Dallas and other points.
The Rev. and Mrs K J Reftves
and Win,- and ivernice Howell
were p,i|o Dm-o Canyon visitors
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. l,on Kpraudlin
and fumily left Saturday for a
visit in Durum, Okla
Miss I,ni i Kelly of Canyon
spent Sunday night in the home
of At Ih.« Eithlyp Osirolil,
Mrs. W H. Irwin transacted
business in Stinnett Monday.
Mr and Mrs. Pat Pfuff and
Mrs. Veril Kariijuhur have return*
etl from a vlsli in Ni'w Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. K S. Irwin and
sons ;.ud Mr and Mis R. |{ Jones
and Moll en piyed an outinr at the
Hih creek Wwiei Station rerently
tieon.e Bishop. Heorge Cbnk
and c D. cherrowelib spent the
Uii' .end at Ragle NeSt. .V M,
Mr. and Mrs. P. (i. Iiavls and
daughters, l.tini Mai and Arlita
of pampa visited In 'ho home of
Mr. and Mrs J. It. McClelland re.
cenlly.
Mr. :ii:-I Mi- I? C White and
family and Mrs White's parents
have returned from .i visit 111
Colorado.
Mrs, Ralph Simmons and
daughter. Klvita left Wednesday
for u visit with Mrs .Simmon's
sinter, Mrs. Joe Howard la Cal.
! Ifornla.
Ruth Swisher l«ft Monday for
a visit in points In Missouri. Ark-
jnnKis and Colorado
Miss Charolette and Hotinie
Cool, ware are visiting their
grandparents In Hoodnight.
Mi. and Mm. C W DeMoss and
V|r. alld Mrs. Charley lie Moss of
K.isi Texas v lulled Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Nichols Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs b A. PlnUham
' aatl Mi-is Rleailor DohJiills I'e.
turned Tuesday from a visit tu
Maiysville and Salina. Kas Miss
• Jean Williamson returned homo
.vlth them.
Mr. and Mrs W H. Hayhurst
aitcl daughters huve returned from
a visit in Oklahoma Bobby Wil-
son. Mrs. Ila.vhursl.'s slater, re*
.turned home with them,
Mrs. Clifford Ford and Mr and
Mrs. Charley Stewart have re-
mined from u visit In Wlster,
Okla.
; Mont «Ha Martin has returned
¡from spending the week visiting
Mi and Mrs Babe I'mphfres In
Pampa
Mr. and Mrs. H. E Johnson of
Pumpa visited in the home of Mr.
and Mrs Luke I'mphfros. Ruby*
Faye Johnson who has been visit*
lug In the I'mphfres honte return,
ed home with I,belli.
j L. Martin attd Andrew Smith
are visiting relatives In Pampa.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ualthar
are Hie pareiUS of a 10 lb, daUKh*
it,r. Judith Hall, bom at, the Pan-
ta* Hospital Tuesday moruin at
1 2 20.
IMU'HTRIAUNT OIKS
¡ Ml 'KUIRIM-ON-RPIIR. Oer.
imiW'. July I.: ICmil Kir.
dorf, onetlnii captain of (ierninn
|lnduni|iy, (ihiii today He was the
son '.f u OMllo maiiufacluri'r who
I bellied !.¡i¡I<I up big coal, iron and
«lee! cone rus.
Minimum Coil
Máximum Vrfm*
ill
i'.l Hopd a-
Huh Oil
11untltl' oil
Niai: Hud I'ow
Si
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WAKE UP YOUR
LIVER BILE-
Without Calomel—And You II Jump Out of Bed in
the Morning Rarin' In Gs
Thy Hvcr nh.mld pout- out two pound of
llipilit bile Into yo'.irt w< l«ditil)'. If tht- t>il--
i«natflowinaint!l)', your fotiddwtn'tdfuinl.
It just rii-cnys in tin' iKinvln. (in-, Im-MU ui>
your «toinsch You conitipSwo- Your
whu!'.- iynti m I* poitoasd nd you f« l sour,
ir.ink «ml til- world looks l uns.
A mere Ixmv.-I mnv.-ment dwnn't t:<-t nt
Hit- It t l.' ¡ thoito Mood, old Curler'u
Lilt].,- I ivc■ r!!l,( to i'. t l.hi-«« two i>ound«
of tilv flnwInR fnmly and mnke you fe!
*"uji and up." HSrmlemi, uentie, jrt «mu -
inir Ir. nmklnit hilo Bow freely. A lt for
Mrler' - t.O.tla Wvcr Pill* by name. 26 «. nt*.
S «iibornly rvfutu miyUtlnie clue.
our
At Your
I iilton I Intel guests usually pay less shan guests
of other lirst-flass hotels. You are never charged
extra merely because the hotel h first class,
When you pay two dollars for a Milton room,
for instance, or SO cents for u meal—you knou you
are not paying for anything you will not get.
The sense of well-being that goes with .staying
at the Hilions that cost? you nothing.
I his thing of minimum etisi for máximum
quality and service is a fairly new idea—introduced
to Texas by the Milton Motels.
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Stvp al These
HILTON HOTELS:
CI PASO
DALLAS
LUBBOCK
ABILENE
L O N G V I E W
P L * I N V I E W
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El P/tlO
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Uf INTA TH' WINP, SO 1
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com UP
KIN ME&TJHESB.
WAVBS BOW
STRUGGLING
IN THE HUGE
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ON THE
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MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE
COFF IM
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PAKTy
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WA.TEC.
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. 7A.KIWG LUFE OUT TO
THE VAC HT WITH US. WHV
MOT DliMP KtC AS WE
DO THAT TRi?ACH£KOUS
TAW/a.' SHUT
ÍOUR MCi/THf
soli mrab.d
WHAT'SJUMBEC
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1 SAILOC.V , ' -V. TO CO/ ■*% ArrCAffEP iM
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hha7 fiaj!
JUST like the
old sull iw
the amuse
M6WT PARKS/
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SO THAT IU c
vow' so mak/y
have vis -
SL,pp£e;
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By THOMPSON AND COLii
■ I I I II I II I .1.11111 I —J——iJW. It I II I
THE STREET ABOVE, THE SSCflKT ACiEMTS,
AIDED &V LOCAL POLICE, ARRIVE FOR 'THE
Q J THE CAPE
OAKYDOAKS
I SAiD. YWJ COVtrR KM
while I pick up
THE GOLD'
k*.
By R. B. FULLER
( OH.' the
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AWXTHINC TO
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ALL RIGHT,
vou flip'
LETS FLIP
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you
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Ftp IT
THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY
wstfc, M9t. wmbes:®, i'm
ALL pacxx0, AND KSAPV
T5 f'Ali. iN THE
>, -noetjine'
p,;wy,
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tvK'a rríTV,
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r rnT SUA f (CK EVEN
THlNKiNO AftOOr If/
AND NOW, A TRAVEL COMPANION
AND A 800V GUABOlAN VCV 4PT 10
HAVE 0M THIS HAWAIIAN trflp,
AND THI6 IS IT.... WTSV. t
WANT Y00 woulo mcsf
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pv «y,' you ano
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