Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on May 28, 1947 · Page 5
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 5

Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, May 28, 1947
Page 5
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f.*-- £aga| . his exclamation, "i °wish at tr hM.-' 1 KneW Wnat wa s wrong wl PAMPA MONUMENT CO. Cemelery Memorials fini *•' S° F0 j tt AN, Owner 601 E, Harvester Phone H52 Mainly About Painpa and Her Neighbor Towns '' « P ? ock tfboys. . St»-oup, AM2/c, son of CARNIVAL to An ' > Nnvy KChoo] at d has ™KM* Pampa Rop|ng C|ub Sfcfs Weekend Rodeo Church; - T '-—• PORTRAITS .« COMMERCIALS Stoilh's Siudio W, Foster F hone mt HAROLD WRIGH » •' -• t- - "•?''' Insurance Ageiicy "Rig'hf- Servie''' -V .... Station. 40n w. Poster* THE Pampa - brass band at the Southern Club. No charge on tables lor sale fcy individual— 3-plece walnut bedroom suite. See at Pampa Craftshop. 821 5. Ctiyler * Mr. a,,,l Mrs. jr. L . Stover of La"K-sa, Calif., former Pampas were overnight visitors in the ho nc of Mr. and Mr* George Crawford. 544 Pampa Ropin.-r citib, TIT h-r "i'lded o m |)bn , fo| . n nA{ ;; : ^ u.c.ay and Simd;.v at lh" rnrlrT iM-onnn-,. a spokc-.n,-.,,, , ri , d '|~c1a? Hand tailored suits. , ,,. nlv n , woolens. Harry Schwartz. P 994 ' Mr. ami Mrs. W. J. «rccn 737 Malono. announce thr i,i rt |, r ,r «;n Nickic j.. in Worle ' T 'if infant weighed 8 Ibs. Gc '" ;rMl Electric, Hoffman, «lew- , Warner, Teletone, Howard and c.\otcr radios and radio iph combina'' iin:I Kny Grov Will Be Closed "* FRIDAY, .„• MAY 30 ' In Observance of Memorial Day are l.heii - • .- -.-LI.LVMI, Kini:;. Th~v be sone thven weeks your linoleum rugs f ro ,,i .-.-- p "ckett r.t K. <fe R. Service ation. 222 N. CuyleiV OCIUCC ^IrfTff instant ambulance. I» 2451« r Attuntl pjc supper Sat. 8 p. ' • O. O. I. Hull. Public inviti:u.- tiniiKS. fonncv rlty man- u as m Pampa today, nrc- paratoi-y (o mT/inir his wife "in i>wo children to Sherman. Tox£, uiK/i'> Mr. Franks is city manage! UK- end of 'ihc'hl'noor' * m ' C l '" U Pampa rVev/s, Wednesday, May 28, 1947 ft « . • . * A\v»d if Man Jailed Here ] Attorney Brur7 p^~r^~^ ?n 'Hot Check"' Cose j' )honr> - ^ Place the car in storag A "hot chcrk" for $30 cn-t AV p ! ..,,, n lr ,!T ra " 1C ''° Claim itf As iilli;>" of Handiev. 3T days in 'iMr'u '"' vc n no a PPcarance i-tfi'- ho was unable to" pa- a M 3; hcre lo rlaim tllf ' ™?\finr: and eost this mo/ninc before T ! Judp;e Sherman White. " "j lt{la(i J hp ^ampa News Want Ads I Phillips pleaded puilty (... the ' Jcharrir. C f swindliim with a worth-; CadilLJuT i '«•'; f'hrek mad- afipr he p-i-.^d thf A^.U I r •chock on a I.^.TI f..'.;-a-!e in-^t'v.-.--e;- An iDulan.ce Service : for work done 0:1 run.omibiio owned' 1 Phone 400 by a Handley autn fiftenrv The unidentified anm-y told' Corn!••' Take Care of Your Banking Needs Thursday -' - I, ' ''lenoBi'apiHM'. Ahbotl ildmg. R:H. 4. P |,_ 630 p Cnmi/ Aim>n x the meml>crs of the I'ani- pa Women's Gnlf Association who ;i tended the Panhandle Association m, etinc; at the Amarillo Country M , ™ stf> . rdfl y were Me.sdames Mnrk Heath, O. M. Prismorc, R. W. Lehjimy, A. J. Beanie, Francis Cash Charlie Ducnkcl and Eurl bcncig. Beacon Rock on "ihe~"c(^u7nbi7i River Gorge in the state of Wash- r" ,°i n . ', S a lnoilut ni'i of stone 900 feel, hitjh and covering n acres. "Ten thousand bucks! Whoso emergency arc they think. _ mg about—ours or theirs?" ' FUNNY BUSINESS "~ g - '*^3iii&&g.A''fZfZ^ - J » ^ * ' ' / X' .T.^ ^^<^L>*!•/'/- ' . Privilege Given in Violation ',,..'''•';.;" "! :t " !i 'ior f.;,;,,., (o (),,. ininni-';, f;.(!•,.'.']•' •u.Vl'Vl r.n of ;„> ,,,,,,, v .. i; ,,,,., ])Mvii.-.|;r-, | 3V .;,„!;.,. riif- ford Rivlv m Cnrpor^io,, Court .'; niorniim. IIoariiiEj on i.nolh'M- Iralf;- '.n was :--..| ],,,- ;in;d (iis|x>-,:ijun next V/edii-.'srla.v. ! One num. r-hanjcd with in • \i- j cation, lorf.-iterl 'joncl (i,j. s morni'-ri; • ! when lie failed to appear for the hearing. : No other j-a.-.e.s were heard. STEAKS DINNERS © LUNCHES j Famous Budweiser ( Finest SANDWICHES ii j »i WILL ENJOY epared «o suit yon. Y °URSELF a."? Do you sufferk distress of ^ \& ^ O/ This great medicine Is famous to relieve pain, nervous distress and T.-eak, cranky, 'dragged out 1 feelings, or sucli days—when due to lemals functional monthly disturbances. <- c ^1 v?i% ^1 M gr£$.A-^ ^gggtSaS^ J3.8 suggest an extra long-handled Read The Tampa News Want Ads <v THERE PirCHMfi HARVEST! GBANDVIEW, Mo.-M')_pj- e si- dent, Trumiin is planning an earlv return to Washington in view of tne amazniK improvement of his mol-her in the past, few days Presidential Press Secretary Charles G. Itoss said Mrs. Martha Ji. Truman's improvement has reached such a point that if there is no setback today, "the President may safely consider an early return,, to the White House Ross made his observation at a news conference at 9:45 a. m a few hours after the President said us mother had "the best night" last night since he flew here May Brig. Gen. Wallace 11.' Graham the President's physician, S!l u .that the 9-1-ycar-old patient's tem- pora/ure "is now normal." (.hat hei respiration "is excellent" and hci pulse "IB good," The ainazinz progress of t elderly woman from a severe setback last Saturday night l Trc ra £ed by white House aides 'as a most miraculous." ^v'^L^ 1 ^' 11 ' «™«»c» lorn- J.AST DAY! Lorclla 1'OirNG Joseph COTTEN "The Farmer's Daughter" STARTS THURSDAY ;n minutes count, TRAIL MASTER S±Lt~ *f job ' (la >: and «w* ^0 iM Ml ' S r' 1 , Tn / ;llilh ''"'^urccl her hip Frtru^rv s, 1Cr 1101 " C l101 ^ ln »' un i In i Was cloill!; ni P c ' until a relapse sent the Presiden flying out from Washington! thp f n th< I ? rosicient goes home ii the next day or two. he plans to fly back out here next week fo? with which' h° f th ° 35 ^ Division w jui which he served in World War LAST DAY! Carson Couniy Wow in licia! Disiricl . week HP ™ here th inrii • i • roi i"'angement of th judicial district courts which wi Mth J*°" C ° Unt .V OUt of til 84th Judicial District and place i which' J 0 u 0 d h Jl T CU f, ial ™$™ juc| ee Luther Gribblo o in vhicl ™»* o .Judge Allen expressed his aum-p cmuon of the "very fine sph ! of the people of Carson County -mr lioir cooperation during "ho t ic I have been scrviun, the district -is your Judge, if ovor'l can serve you and Judge Cribble, the roud w » never be too long or the Light oo Donna HKKlt' '1'oin DKAKr; "FAITHFUL IN MY FASHION" A PRODUCT OF THE SHAMROCK OIL AND GAS CORPORATION AMARIUO, TEXAS Oil in Mississippi's newest natu- MO"^,"*- Fh ' St rttec °voredi in 110W arc THURSDAY! —on the— STAGE! LE VINE'S JAMBOREE —on the screen— Tom COWVAY 'CRIMINAL COURT' LAST DAY! Olivia Dellarillaiid in "DEVOTION" THURSDAY! Robt. Young "Lady Luck" FARM OR RANCH r^\O SAFE GOLD ';.-,«» OOOD Shirt at Sensible Price! Loelc af vaf' SHIRTS WITH NON-WILT NU-CRAFT* COLLARS of -em-at a ,cn,i6/ c Penney price! finely-woven bro.dclo.h in clean sun luler «owy whue, , 5.0,0 f uU^cufBhapc. Sure, they're canlonzcd'J ' _ 3.49 Handsome, boxy California style . . . just the right contrast in fabric, pattern and line to make these coats something special! Formerly $19.75 TIES. Summer colors and patterns. Rayons 93C-1.98 SOCKS for the 8ea son! Clocks, ribs and REOIfCED! SPORT SHIRTS: forized cotton, way collar, ,ATHIITIC SHIRTS fine combed cotton, ln« _ 1__ .• • f "

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