Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 4, 1947 · Page 2
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iWtCfcarg with driving after a half • Bruce Parker e's only two ' ' G. H. Kyle and „„„ "'«; IX. M> Tuck er, yesterday jTBoth officers testified that "' "\ drunk to them when and talked to him. „_.> ,i—,—-- d in his own defense and said he had taken only one $*. little^ and that he ' dmnk Defense Counsel W. R. Ewing called two character witnesses, L. E Jenkins and C. M. Aiken. both of Memphis, to the stand yoste-rday afternoon. Both men testified they had known Cook for several years t And declared this was the first time fie has been in trouble.' •Throughout the afternoon, while testimony was heard, the prosecution and defense made their jury pleas and while Judge Sherman •white charged the jury. Cook sat slumped in his chair calmly reading a'newspaper. The case went to the ' Jury at 3:15. The verdict of not guilty was returned at 3:45. Only six of a 25 impaneled jury reported for duty yesterday morning. One of these, under attorney examination, said that he had becii ,drunk himself several times, but that he had no prejudices for or against a man charged with drunk .en driving. i, Wednesday, Jane 4» Maiiiily^dtd Pampa and Her Neighbor Towns Cpl. Earl Davis, son of Mr. ami Mrs. E. B. Davis, west of the city, is home on a 15-day furlough from San Antonio. Mrs. Bob Dnket returned Monday from Plainview where she visited Dr. and Mrs. Jimmy Fite. Mrs. Stella Dunning, Poplar Bluff, Mo., arrived yesterday for a week's visit with her daughter. Mrs J L Swindle, 718 W. Francis, and fam- Mr. and Mrs. Preston Ford and sons. Gerry and Larry, of Wichita Falls, were weekend visitors in the i home of Mr. Ford's parents. Mr and Mrs. P. H. Ford. Mrs. Ford returned home with them for a week's visit. Parti-cue and Sprincr Festival at Baptist Church.Sunday were.Mr ana Mrs. A. O. Greenhouse, MtaAU Mr. and Mrs. H. ». Keahey,. White •Deer; Phil and Coe Branch, Selman City; Mrs. Liicy Clark, Scooba Miss.; Mrs. W. F. Vanderburg anc daughters, Fort Worth; Miss Georjean GoodenoUgh, Borger; Mrs C Autrey Holmes, Lubbock; (Mrs. Bob Porter, Big Spring; Mrs. O. F. Wilhelm, Bob and Gerry, Clinton Okla.: Mrs. W. J. Shook, O'Donnell Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Shelton, Miss Grace Davis and Jerry C. Davis Battle Creek, Mich.; George E. Toby Dallas; O. D. Martin, Corpus Christi; and Lee Moore, Jr., Stillwater Okla. Those pop-up Toasters that you have be™ waiting so long to get are now at Modern Appliance.* Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crouch returned by plans Friday from Atlantic City. N. J.. where they attended a meeting of the Imperial Shrine Council. Mrs. Crouch visited relatives in Wichita Falls over the Weekend Holy souls clay begins at 1:00 P. M. Games ' for vouns and old. Adults $1.00, chilrcn COn. Phone 573-J for reservations E. B.» Davis is ill in Worley IIos pital with bronchial pneumonia. Sale—Shrubbery, half price' Leffff Nursery. 212 E. Tyng." . •—- - iv, Mrs. A. C. Rhofiy and daughters School Sunday, June I ]lflv e returned to their home in by an .expert Enjoy i Greggton after spending several awny from home. Serving j days in the home of Mr. and Mrs 1 Pete Marek. Jr., 912 S. Banks. Public Stenographer — Abbott Bids. Rpom 4. Ph. G30 F. Crum.* Betty Ann .Greene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Greene, has PRISCILLA'S POP . IVlr. and Mrs. Earl S. Miller. 1120 Roy Chisum Lester Reynolds MOTOR TUNE-UP General Auto Repair Service McWilliams Motor Co. 411 S. Cuyler Phone 101 UNBLOCK And Stop Dosing Your Stomach With Soda and Alkalize™ Don't expect to got real relief from headache •our stomach, gas and bad breath by takinr loda and other alkalizera if the true cause of your trouble ia constipation. ., „ >!" < ? 9e !, yo £ r re , nl trouble ia not in tho r«tomach at all. But in tho intestinal tract .'where 80% of your food ia dlRestod. And when tho lower part gets blocked food may fail to digest properly. • What you want for real relief ia somo- thing to "unblock" your lower intestinal trac-t. •;,Spmetning to clean it out effectively—helo ; Nature get back on her feet. . T££ Su rtcr ' fl P ,'" 8 ri , sht now - Tako "" directed. They gently and effectively "unblock" ..your dgestive tract. This permita all 5 of .Natures own digestive Juices to mix better - i it y !. ur ood ' You Bct K cn »'ne relief from Indigestion so you can feel really Ro&d airain ••'. A uy C art <*r'8 Pills today. "Unblock" vour Intestinal tract for real relief from Indigestion. ,_-... .^i... , i^, ii « 1111:4 , i L£t\J Garland, arc the proud parents of a a by girl born Saturday evening, May 31. in pnmpa Hospital. The nfant weighed 7 ib.s. and 12 oz at birth nnd has been named Linda larie. Mr. and Mrs. Dnrrpll D. Dollahoii. Albuquerque. N. M.. arc spending tlm week with Mr. and Mrs H E Johnson, 807 N. Frost, Mrs Doila- lion is DIP former Mis;; Dorothy June Johnson. . ?l:md-(iiilorrd suits. Plenty of Woolens, Hnrrv Schwnrl/ Ph 1934' Mi.ss |> 0 ,. 0 ti,y suo (Stanford. daughter of Rev. and Mrs. E Len Stanford, formerly of Miami and now of 101D Roberts. Amarillo received her B. S. Degree from Texas fetate College for Women at Denton Monday. Mi.ss Stanford niaior- cc. in Business Administration nnd Secretarial Service with minors in Government, and Economics she wns graduated from Miami High T^w ™- 1943 !IK vnlccli ctorian. At TSCW Miss Stanford completed network for the degree in three and one half years at the age of in. She served as assistant to the registrar during- her entire college career. 7 " Df ^ £ r °^ c - v shplv '«!ore ''or sale • ni.l E. Francis. Ph. 7G3W * Out-of-town visitors at the First returned to her home from Worley Hospital where she was a patient following an appendectomy. she is reported to be doing nicely, f'legff Instant Ambulance P.2454.* Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wright and two children and Mrs. Wright's sister, Miss Betty Thompson, Mission, were weekend visitors in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atiwen and family. They were en route to Eugene, Crr.^lo visit Mrs. Wright's brother. P. D. Via. and family. Mrs. Wright and. Miss Thompson are nieces of Mr;;. Auwon. Mrs. Tearl Drzmt. Los Aneclrs, is visiting in the home nf her daughter. Mrs. E. B. Davis. Also visitlnng in (he Davis home is Miss Billy R-ie Hulclieson, Quitaque, niece of Mrs. Davis. Sr.nuner School, Both Day nnd Night. Knter aiiv day or night. Pampa, Business Collcuo. Call 323.* Mrs. c. R. White and children There are so many different soaps that it's a prob/em to choose, Priscilla. By Al Vermeer Bop I.N . I'd like to 'recommend this brand to you, Mrs. Nutchell. Leaves From a Correspondent's .Life Note Book are visiting Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Dickinson, in Kcrmit. Mrs. C. C. Matheny. 720 S. Hobart, and daughters, Claudettc and Ramona, and Mrs. W. E. Rheudasil have returned from Waco where they spent the past, week visiting relatives. Raniona is home for the summer from TSCW, Dcnton Imagine! One package is , enough to fill your d/ning\ room and living room l of suds! 1 'husband would ne •jfotrgive me! Derby Every desirable feaiure ...style, fit, correctness, quality, comfort, service and Randcraft "know, how" to give you shoes that fill i In- hill on all within a 1 few"davs."'Thi.s"equir)ment f nson — tne first "me such a per- will be issued free to the entrants f 9 rma " cc has been recorded since just prior to tho race. All boys who take part in the race will be the rjuests of the Pampa Lions Club following the race, when awards will be'presented. The' winner of the local race will be taken to the national finals at Akron in August by The Pampa Daily News. There, he will take part in the annual national event, last year at- The tended by lOO.OuO persons, winner of the national race will appeal- in a moving picture, get four-year college scholarship at th school of his choice, and maiv other honors. There will be a num' r of other prizes, including a ne« ntitomobile for the second-place winner. Homers Cheap In WT4IM League LUBBOCK—(/I 3 )—Home runs come cheap in the West Texas-New Mexico League—that is, for the fans. The way the boys are socking the pellet over the fence may cause a baseball shortage. The fence-rattling clubs in the cactus circuit rapped out a gaudy total of 234 round-trippers in the first 136 games—an average of 1.7 per game. The fans love it. Clicking turnstiles show that. Three players have clouted three homers apiece in a single game this season—the first time such a performance has been recorded since 1D40 when the record of threes per WindStorm (Continued From 1'ae'r 1) diSn River Bed north and west of Borger late in the evening, but the partially formed twister evidently died out without damage to life or By HAL BOYLE OKLAHOMA CITY-(XP)_ what fun is it to be whistled at if the whistlers aren't worth a hoot? That's what a number of Oklahoma high schol girls wrote in to ask Miss Maxine Turner state nu- trioiiist after she told them in a ,1 frank booklet that the best way to become a "whistle Job" was to de-« velop a "classy chassis." The girls complained that the quality of "nice wolves" was so low It was hardly worth the trouble to develop eye appeal. S° , Miss Turner, an attractive brunette who follows her own advice, has prepared a booklet for the Health telling high school boys how to be a big time operator." She talks in their own Jive Ian- D W O'b C • "If you're only slightly repulsive, coil can talk it over with the physical education teacher or the coach " she wrote. "They were probably young once, too." ""i-my "However, there are a few things every guy can do to stay on the IH.HM Such . foo ds as milk shakes, Castries, cakes, rich sauces, cream at meats and candies are no-go if you sport a plump rump i basic food needs: I Green and yellow vegetables— one I serving a day. Citrus fruits— one serving a day. Potatoes and other fruits and vegetables— twor or three servings ' property. The U. S. Weather 'Bureau here contest was The three established, bombardiers are Joe -ocal Toast-masters Will Go to Borger Pampa Toastmastcrs Club members will present the program of the regular meeting of the Borger club tomorrow night, it was announced today. To appear on the program will bo Fred Sweazy, as toastmaster of the evening, Hugh Peoples, as topic master; irvin Coin, as general critic- and Jack Gross as timekeeper. Slated to make five-minute speeches arc members Julius Schneider, Kenneth Huey, Bill Kel- 'ley. and Clyde Mason. To speak 10 minutes will be J. L. Swindle. Thr Borger club presented a program before the local club a few weeks ago. FOUR INTOXICATIONS Four men were assessed fines of $10 each for intoxication in Corporation Court this morning bv Judge Clifford Braly. Halifax, Nova Scotia7h"as~an"ice"- frec harbor. Eauman of Amarillo, Leon Mitchell of Borger and' Jack Riley, Clovis manager. They turned the trick just last week. Tuesday night four games produced 14 homers wihch is a little above the average. George Sturdivant, Lamesa manager who currently swings the biggest bat in the loop, established a record this week when he connected for home runs in five succcessive games. reported straight .wind velocity at 49 miles per hour with gusts recorded as high as 65 miles per hour. It was also reported by the Bu- ireau that .49 inches of rain fell during the storm and that some light pellets of hail dropped in some localities. Some hail loss was reported in the Vega vicinity whore .81 inches of rain was recorded. Most extensive hail damage was revealed near Sunray where a ten-mile strip north and south of town was struck. Most other localities reported rains ranging from .25 to .50 inches with heavy thunder and strong winds. Read The Pampa News Want Ads Whole grain or enriched bread and cereals— three servings daily H-,? Utt ? r K, or fortlfie d margarine- three tablespoons daily. The booklet also advised boys how to clear up skin "hickies" by get- nn g ^i e f ty °*, Sl6 ! p ' ° uttin e down c^,^ ets and using a mild face soup, lPt'?«, lB w 1 '° ad shoulders and an ath- ™ 4? ips are certainly an asset " Miss Turner said, "but it takes a " If • ou ' re a Jim— and you , •, f — o an tell from the numebr of times he slams that receiver down in vour ear-you'll need to eat more of he fattening foods." _Miss Turner listed as the seven PICK EQUALS « mX « selec '; ln S their mates, men pick w °™n ^ose intelligence is about °" « leir wn level, according to a or the , Cadillac Ambulance Service Phone 400 Duenkel-Carmichael OPEN 7 MYS A WEEK SIMM o N S Grocery & Market We have what you want — or will get it for you! 121,1 Alcock Borger IHwav Phone 1710 To '~ VICTOR DIAit ORCHESTRA Every Saturday Night ADM. 75c PER PERSON No Charge onTables We sell beer to take out. On Sundays 1-6 p. m. Dancing at 7:30 p. m. SOUTHERN CLUB Top Seeded Tennis Champs in 3rd Round DALLAS—(/pj^Top seeded players mcved with little trouble into the third round of the Texas Sectional Tennis Championships today. Clarence Mabry, Alice, top seeded entry of the men's singles, overcame his jitters in facing a left- handed opponent to .defeat Frank Jones of Dallas, 7-5, 6-1, in the second round yesterday. Second seeded Robert Kamrath, Dallas, downed John Baker, Fort Worth, 6-1, 6-1. Mabry and Felix Kclley of Robstown, top-ranking doubles team, overcame Jack Turpin and Dixon Osburn, Dallas, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2. Margaret Varner, El Paso, seeded first in the women's singles, easily blanked Sarah Jane Weeks, Austin, C-0, 6-0. Santa Fe This store is observing the uniform store Lours as worked oul by the Retail Trncle Coinnsillee. Week Days—9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday—9 a.m. to 7 p. m. SMITH'S OTALITY SHOES 207 N. Cuyler Phone 1440 Wm. T. Fraser & Co. The INSURANCE Men -Automobile, Cnmnpiisallnii. iF| re ainl U:il.||ily Insurance m W. Kingsmill Phone 1014 PAMPA MONUMENT CO. Cemetery Memorials EM FORAN, Owner COl E. Harvester Phone 1152 California Has New Lightweight Champ LCS ANGELES—(/P;—Body belt- np Enrique.Bolahos, Mexico's fav- iritc fistic son, .held the California Slato Lightweight title today in the first step ho hoped would lead to a world championship bout. The two-fisted youngster from Eurango battered John Thomas of Los Angeles into submission and a technical'knockout'in the seventh round of their scheduled 12-round battle here last night. After piling up a. fairly substantial margin in the earlier rounds, Tlinnas fall a victim to a withering attack from his stockier rival. 'Effective June 8 from 7?o#6/e, a/ways trou6/e. /M&yfo/text tu you'//try Phittips 66 Motor 011 ~-*^^~~~~*^-: *^« ^ SJ. t Panhandle Scouts Will Attend Camp PANHANDLE—(Special) - Final plans were completed for Troop 1, Boy Scouts of America, to attend Camp Ki-O-Wah, near Canadian for the period beginning June 9, with J. p. Smitli as adult counselor, when the Scout Committee met Monday evening. Plans were also made to move the boxcar owned by the boys to a more desirable location arid fix it up so as to be able, to hold meetings in it as the building now used .by the boys has been purchased bv the i: O. O. F. All of the committee were present. Hearing Waiting Girl's Recovery ' NEW BRAtJNFBLS—W-Sheriff W. A. Scholl said today that the Preliminary hearing- of timrdei charges filed against Dr. Lloyd I Boss of San Antonio in th.e May 25th slaying of four members of the -Willard York family will be held as soon as Ann York recovers from bullet wounds suffered in the shooting. Ann York, 13-year-old daughter of York, prominent'San 'Antonio investment company executive, is now under treatment in a San Antonio hospital. 4 hrs. Foster to Los Angeles hrs. faster to San Francisco 4 hrs. Faster to Chicago Texas Production Of Oil Unchanged --—-. Okla. —yp) _• chide 1 oil .* production in the trnited-States averaged 5,040,245 barrels daily during the week ended May 3l, a decrease of 1,500 barrels from the previous peek's all-time record high outptrt ' the Oil and Gas Journal reportx-fl yesterday. The largsst decline was in cal- • ifornip, wheie production was do*n 7,800 barrels to 917,000. Notable gains included: Oklahoma 1,900 to 388,900. Texas production was uncharged at 2,226,850 barrels. .' Louisiana was up 8,000 barrels to BLUE PRINTING Now Available in Pampa Also Reproduction of • Typewritten Material ONE DAY SERVICE M. N T, Blue Print Cbi Waldoft E. Moore George W. Thompson 512 W. KmgsmiH Phone ttOS TODAY & THURS. •») CHOICE at RUN Movies/ CROWN SOMEWHERE THERE MUST BE A FATE FOR WOMEN LIKE HER! ANN SHERIDAN >P%! KENT """BRUCE '$*, SMITH . BENNETT '< Robert ALDA ' f >. '. LAST DAY (Wed.) , OPEN _ 1=45 '"-^ Robert LOWERY THURS. ONLY IT'S A UUGH-Sm IN RENO I PROVED BY^6 BIUION MILES OF RANKERS JEJUECT AM^;LLO-^)-C. Ray cashier of the American N ,]|tuxk of. .AnwUiQ, ,ye.s(OTd.ay•..: was ejected, pr^denjs of ttvo Pftnhandlo Here are the outstanding features* of Santa Fe's new fast train, The Grand Canyon: • Smooth Diesel power' • Comfortable chair cars • Courier-Nurse service v » Modern sleeping cars providing roomettes, bedrooms, compartments, drawing/rooms and berth accommodations. i Modern lounge car and, dining ear featuring Fred Harvey service. • Through service for Grand Canyon. :»'NO -J3XTJIA •FyVJ^JE (The^raod an will becp»^e» completely •" 1J — 1 train as sppn as t Westbound Schedule Lv. Chicago ...................... 12:15 pm Lv. Kansas City ....... , ..... .lOilO'pm Lv, Pampa ....... . ................ .fii^'arn Lv. Amarillo ...•„.... ......... .9:45 am Lv. plovis ......... \(ftj[ST) 11^0_arn Ar. Grand Canyon ........ VlfTo am Ar, Los Angeles .......T.V. ..... l"i :00~am ^Ar. San Francisco .......... 5:25, pm East bound Schedule Lv. San Francisco .. ...... 8: (JO am _ canyon _ "8T30"pjiii 'Lv. Qloyis .... ........ (CSTr r 4T5.5~pm .Lv. Amarillo ....... . ........ .... 7;QO fern Lv. pampa ........................ '8:05 ip'm Ar.;Kans,as Pity ....... ; ...... '7:05-:am Ai 1 . Chic^o ................. ..... 3:30 prn JACK HAUY. ANNE JEFFREYS] TODAY & THURS. M vpm i 145 ^\ HAPPY! HILARIOUS rtVfxX if-m'^ i Sffa EDDIE ALBERT 1 AflOORS (ill LAMB WIUIAM fRAWUV J$ PJWS

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