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Amarillo Collie Reserve Champion - . . t Borger 'Pom' Named Show's Grand Ex-Leathernecks To Hear Smedley Butler Address " There'll be several former "leathernecks" "leathernecks" in the TOP o' Texas area that Will be in 'auillence listening to their former commander, when Smedley D. Butler makes a speech on the night of May 3 In the-high school auditorium. One of the ex-marines will be Dan Williams of Pampa, who served In the 13th marine regiment during during the World War. Another veteran from the fame regiment is Charlie Maisel, 18th district American Legion Legion commander, former Pampan, but now of Phillips. Fred Hobart of Canadian was in a machine gun company that was a part of the Fifth brigade. Both the 13th regiment, and later the brigade, were -ed by Bulisr. -rne ilth and 13th regiments and the machine .gun company were incorporated in the brigade. ,' • The 13th regiment has a "13" record, record, It embarked for France from Hofcoken, N. J., on September 13, 1918, and the unit was discharged at Hampton Roads, Va., on August •1 1 1019 ~ * • General Butler is being brought to Pampa by the Kerley-Crossman post of the American Legion. He is to speak Here one night before he makes an address in Amarillo to the Knife and Fork club. It Will be Butler's second appearance before the Amarillo organization. Arrangements for Butler's, speech here are by Dan Williams. Admission prices and the sale ot tickets are to be_ announced later. I The first dog show ever held in Pampa Was a~great success. Everybody Everybody said so and is still saying it. John McCarty, editor of the Amarillo Amarillo News, whose collie female was named reserve champion, said the show was a sensational success." Jake - Tarter, Wheeler county agent who judged the 150 dogs entered entered in the show, said he never attended a show that hdd as many fine dogs. Spectators and owners were greatly pleased with Mr. Tarter's Tarter's decisions. Mr. Tarter judged the dogs against the standard for each breed and not against each other, so all dogs won ribbons, and .there were more blue than red. The climatic moment of the show cams when Mr. Tarter assembled all the dog's held for grand championship championship In a large semi-circle In front of the grandstand, and picked the grand champion—a 2 pound Pomeranian owned by Mrs. Melba Cousins of 221 North Main street, Borger. Then he announced that the reserve champion was John McCarty's McCarty's .collie which was shown by Mrs. McCarty. Best of Breed The dogs held In reserve for The spite, two and Of championship competition were as follows: Mrs. W. D. Kelley's cocker spaniel, Mrs. Cousins' Pomeranian, Mr. Mccarty's collie, Mrs. J. L. Young's (Amarillo) coker spaniel, Wesley Geiger's Boston terrier, Mrs. R. E. surface's (Borger) Scottle, Monia' Caldwell's (Perryton) Sealyham, Sealyham, Mrs. Lulu Price's terrier, Tom Deaver (negro) Irish setter, Glen T. Radcliff's German police, Frank Rerguson's (Lefors) St. Bernard, Mrs. W. H. Waddell's dachshund, Frank Dial's Chesapeake Bay retriever, retriever, W. B. Gunn's (Amarillo) Chesapeake Bay retriever,-Don Stevens' Stevens' chow.'H. Coombs Walker hound, A. L. Tinney's Walker hound, Merle Child Hit Tony living received bruised this Worley home scon seriously in the The the hqrs Price-Pejging ' CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., wvl-. Uniersity of Te April 15 Texas .economics .economics professor pointed to price- fixing and absentee ownership today today as two major evils retarding de- veiopment of the, south. Dr Robert H. Montgomery, in an address before the Southern Conference Conference for Human Welfare, said price-fixing was possible only under under monopolies and "all our monopolistic monopolistic industries are owned by New York." 'Stating that under monopolies the owners "try to make all the profit they can," he added that die blame rests "upon you and me for being stupid enough to permit them to do it." CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., April 15 (AP)—The Southern Conference for Human Welfare turned its attention today to discussion, of rural life after having beaten down an effort to limit its program strictly to problems of the south. Following heated debate of more than an hour, the 1,000 negro and white delegates seated together and sharing in the program voted for a liberal interpretation of resolutions resolutions with an agreement the con- ferenpe could condemn Germany and Russia for military aggression against "little weak nations." Any action, will be taken at tomorrow's business session. • As the first speaker in the panel on "Rural Life in the South," Dr. Robert H. Montgomery, professor of economics at the University of Texas, said in an address prepared for delivery today that price-peg- glBB by major industries looms as a major threat to "free business enterprise and a Democratic government," government," "Unless prices are free to move, our community cannot direct men arid monopoly and machines into the production of those things the ocm- jnunlty wants," he said. "Unless prices are free to move, our sys- tepi of competitive business is at an "end and it may carry Democracy Democracy down> with it." Scout Official To Be Here On Tuesday , Earl McOlure, deputy regional executive executive of Region nine, Boy Scouts pf Atnerica, will meet with the executive executive board of the Adobe Walk council Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock; In the city hall here. Mr. McOlure will present plans for an "afd's Vedbone,.,_,.— ,. Earle' Slaydoh's .English V,bulldog, Johri Gllliarn, jr., (Amarillo) English bulldog, Mrs. Ted;White's English bulldog. ; All of the above dogs were awarded awarded blue ribbons and were-judged best of the breed. Many other,dogs also won blue ribbons. . Many Assisted the -News Those who assisted the Roving Reporter and: the News in putting on the show were Tom and Seth Cox and Pat Flanagan who had charge of- kennels, Charles Erickson, Erickson, Phillip Connor, Pale Barrel", Arnod Erickson, Allen Erickson, Charles Boyles, Charles Cunningham Cunningham of Panhandle, L. V. and Kent McDonald, Douglas Loveless, Johnny Johnny Campbell, Jack Smith, Ralph E. Morrison, Ogden Stroiid of Lefors who was lavishly praised and applauded applauded by the large crowd for his announcing,.Miss.Roy Riley, Misses Lela Clifford and Louise Willis,, and Dick Livihgton, the latter three Baker Baker school 'teachers. The Junior high band played numerous selections before before the show. After the show, the Dial and- Gunn Chesapeake Bay retrievers entertained the crowd at the lake with amazing retrieving Mr. : point ambulance, took took U. The cure the Idle, marine For sold sion ships are good fers lines ments of for the lake with amazing retrieving stunts. They also gave a demonstra- _ , tionin front of the grandstand be- ' enlarged council program. Council activity 4Ws week eludes a meeting of parents of boys of Cub age at Phillips tonight, a Court of Honor in shamrock tomorrow tomorrow night, meeting of the executive executive board tomorrow night; and a Court of Honor in ppearman Friday Friday night. * I 99* !$romer; Jpcal barber, de-, that h? wfkS not the P. S. Kramer who Wfts married here tot "I've been «yamfied with de- 1 Pros fore the show began, the dogs retrieving retrieving pigeons shot down by Mr. Dial and Mr. Gunn. A half-dozen trick dogs entertaln- eu the crowd. First, prize for trick dog went to a mongrel trained by Mr. Jerger, local blacksmith. Second place went to Harry Schwartz's spitz, named Fluffy. Third trophy went to Mrs, Walls' .Midget Queen, Toy Boston terrier. Betty Sperry's butldog won honorable mention for his tricks, There were more out-of-town people among the 1,000 spectators than Pampa people. Dog-lovers really really came from all over the Panhandle, Panhandle, especially Amarillo, Shaw- rock, Perryton, Canadian, Miami, Panhandle, Groom, Borger, Phillips, Phillips, Mobectie, Wheeler, and other towns. The hound delegation was particularly particularly large. Next in numbers were the cocker spaniels, then Boston terriers, terriers, then English bulldogs. Approximately 400 adults and 300 children paid admission to see the show. Many children who otherwise would have slipped in were admitted admitted free. Proceeds will be donated to the Baker school cafeterlal fund underprivileged children after expenses expenses which included i cost of kennels kennels and labor of a dozen boys are paid. Trophies could not be ordered un. til after the show because it was not known how much money coulc in- be spent for trophies, and because it was not known what breeds woulc win—trophies wil} have figures o the dogs on them. They will be ordered immediately and will b available winners as soon as the; arrive. The summaries follow: Red, 4 years, Hedbone hound, no registered, owned by Merle Tennan Blue ribbon. Skipper, 18 tnoptbs, Jrlsh Grey )—Mattie, Ben of when were to e b,oun.fl. subject owne ,.. by Jack Porterfteld. Blue ribbon. ng, 3 years, BJoqdhouAd, reg Sec OQG

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  1. Pampa Daily News,
  2. 15 Apr 1940, Mon,
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    Pampa's First Dog Show Apr. 15, 1940

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