Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 11, 1947 · Page 7
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Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, June 11, 1947
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, CLASSIFIED • ly. trtitll . ,.6k dfty publication on day. atamiy About paiBpB aas ftorott. Dead lino for Sunday paper »!fl6a ads, noon Saturday; Main- About Parr/pa, 4 p. tti. Saturday. :._• . CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum ad three 6-point lines) Day— 23o per line. Days— 20o per line per day. imyS— IBo per line per day. Days — 13o per line per day. Days— 12o per line per day. Days^llc per line per day. Days (or longer) — lOc per line per .' Rate—$2.00 per line t>er ^ ftiontn fno cbpy change). 3—Special Notices Parker Hotel r now mniinfi-om NPW clean hpds . Lee^Lykens, Manager. Now under now mniinfi-omont. Rotle- 'coratpd. NPW clean hpds )>*- dny or week. ; Eagle Radiator Shop ,516 W. Foster Phone 547 4—Lost and Found LOST Vaccination Orlirirato. Prod 'SchoCftier namo on IIIK. No. 70460. » iNotlfy ll'i AV. Foster. LOST— Ueil Alieator inii'so with identification of Betty \VinhoriiCi. Ko- Call 2S1.T. __ LOST Boston St-rcw Tall Main Bull .dog, bmwn with whltp spot on fncn and foot. Answers to name. of "Sandy". Llhornl reward. S. II. ; fftone, PJione 24i'i2. 101 IE. Francis. 5-— Garages and Service C ( ockrel1 Body Shop, auto painting, glass installed, fenders rebuilt. 937 S. Barnes. We have Sinclair Gasoline a/id • Oils. Wash and lubrication./ We carry a .ifcood line of accessories. Walter Nelson Service Station 125 W. Francis Phone 1136 , C, V. Newton and Son Complete line Standard Products. Ex- 4 'elusive Pampa Dealers for Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries. Wi! honor courtesy cards. 123 W. Foster Phone 461 i Cole's Automotive Service »846 W. Foster Phone C85 See us for floor mats, VTCB and bat- "terles." ___ Smart and McWright We'll put your cur In ordor. Kvery :detail will lie checked and repaired. • Kxcellent workmnnshli). 700 W. Foster Phone 484 Rear of Cinrvey Motor Co. _ Skinner's Garage . -Radiator Service, Complete If It's for tho automobile we can *do the job. 703 W. Foster __ Phono_337 i Clay Bui lick Body Shop 518-20 W. Foster _ PH.J43 Smart Garage, Phone 484 ,700 W. Foster, llfnr (Survey Mulor. :Our itU'.ulmitU-s HIV I'm-lury (i-i<lnr.<l .Olid know their liiiKlni'ss. Let UK nlvc ___ i _ "Mac" McCul lumTTT formerly with Lewis Motor Co., Is r now at "The P. K. One Stop' "Wlicro you will bo wr-lronitMt us nn *n]0 friend or new tui stonier.- 403 W. Foster Phone 2266 . Woodie's Garage 3p8\W. Kingsmill Phone 48 BALDWIN OARAOK. General auto re.palr, motor tunp-up, brake service. .rhonp. 332. tpoi \V. Rlplny. Hank Breinmg / Lefors, Texas Wash, lubrication,'auto service CUSTOM made Rt-.-iin horts, Hydraulic cLKtN—Sav<-' time, money and 111:111 i power. .Greggton Parts No. 2 Ltd. 103 S' Hobart Phone 674 Lawrence Gulf Serv. & Garage V20 Alcock, Phs. 9531—351 Tune-Up—Oenersnl Repair Wash and Lubrication 'Jock Vaughn "66 Service • Phillips '-GG" Products W.asn — Lubrlcav'.Ion tOl 8. Cuyler __ Phone 9809 Motor tune-up. Brakes relined. Minor and major overhauls. .Plains Motor Co. __ *7 Killian Bros. Garage 116 I<T. Ward _ Phone 1810 McWillioms Motor Co. Kampa Safety Lane — Ph. 101 Shock absorbers for all cars. General repair work. .Efficient service. 6 — Transportation __ CAR :LBAVINO Thur.s.. or I-VI., for Lonj? Beach or vicinity. Pan lake . 2 uassenBers. Call 1S05W or 703 N. .Cuyler. _ v __ Panhandle Transfer-Storage ,916 W. Brown St. Ph. 1025 "United Van Lines" Plenty storage, spaed, local, long di.s- j'tanee movlnit^ _ MOVING, haulir.e transfer and car unloading. See Curley Boyd or call «>il2a or 184. Tax Evans. _ KCV FR1013 — Local hauling and mov- InR. Car unloading, S22 Jil. Muruliy. Phone 1800- W. _ _ ji Bruce & Sons Transfer Local and long distance moving. Best equipment and vans. We have plenty spac». Phone, 934. . H. Pi HARRISON, 914 E. Fredrick. House moving and winch .-trucks for service. Ph. 2162 11-^-Mole Help Wanted Chrysler . mechanic. 'M6sr have own hand tools. .Plains Motor Company. [Young married man between, "21 and 35 at White's Auto Store, for sales work, also man for mounting tires qnd Batteries, No phone calls. qle Help 'N. exTy'rleiU'od anil, reliable ,^«t Took. Apply i' TUCKER-GRIFFIN, General Contractor ahd Cabinet . Makers. 1007 S. Barnes. Phone 732-J. Montgomery Ward Service -on all electrical appliances! TRUCKING, General dirt work. I. G. Hudson 309 N. Ballard Mayo Water Well Service No Job Too liaree or Too Small Ph. 8fl7-.T or 1027 171(1 Lincoln LICENSED gunsmith—Rimer L,. Brodnax, located at Crawford Gasoline Plant. Skellytown. Texas. 26— financial Money To Loan Pampa Pawn Shop TO EMP1X3YED PEOPLE Money When You Need It $6 TO 150 ^ Loans Quickly Arranged. No security. Your slenatur« erets the money. WESTERN GUARANTY LOAN CO. 109 W. Klngsmll) Phone 2492 27—Beauty Shopi Mil, YAT/CK sny.s men nflmlro benn- tlftil hair not (li.scolorod slmtterimi J'errnnnonts, FOR .SMART hnir styling, try our tjprmnnonts. La lionlt.a Beauty .Shop. Phonp I'iflS, !j.|f) K. Barnes. jDUCHlfiSS Beauty Shop over KrnnTra Cafe. Let us Rive you. a new uer- manent. Foi'>nppolnlmpnt Ph. 427. KKKV cool and comfortable with i new mode hair trim and permanent Imperial lieauty Shop, ."!!! S. Cuyler l-'Oli. A Permanent that will stay linaiitlful In tho summer hent, wind aiuVswimniinw let Klll.u Benul.y Hhoi) give' your next OIK.-. Call 481. 28A—Wall Paper & Paint Square Deal Paint Co. It's time to repaint and papnr Inside and out. Select your needs from our complete stock. D14 H. Cuyler. Ph. 18BO. 29—Paper Harf<)!ng NORMAN Paintlne-Paner 724 N. Stunner. Phone 10G9-W. AD work guaranteed. 30—Floor Sanding FARL1SV FLOOR SANDING CO. Portable power, go anywhere, 15 years experience, Long Hotel, Apt. 3. Phone 9521. Floor Sanding Charles Benson, Phone 2049 31—-Plumbing and Heating BK KUUF, yon CtTll n" Master Mi-en SIM! PlUnilH-r, he \vill wivo yoti money »nd I rouble. Builders' Plumb. 1 )KS" MOt)lfK"rnmindH you "Tt 7 ^~UuTe to havi> troughs ami fonders made for rlili'k Hi'iiBon. (V^ll 102. Water Heater Headquarters Shower stalls and chrom« faucets. Smitr^ Plumbing, Phone 39.6 32—Upholstering and Furniture Repair Slip Covers, Draperies Mrs. Verna Stephens Repairlnc:, RefinishlnR', Upholstering PAMPA CRAFTSHOP 821 S. Cuyler Phone 165 32A—Venetian Blinds Venetian Blinds. j\»3 ^ Vnulktipr. Ph. 1SB3. Bland Upholstery & Repair (11 !i H. Cuyler Phone 1G83 L>i>t tiH remiike your furniture. Beau- 111'uI ni'W materials in stock. 33A—Rug-Furniture Cleaners Fifty? Cleaners Compli'te Ilitf? fk Kuniltiiro Uarpul- laying, hiniliiiK and repalrlnK. All worlv «naraiili-cd. "li.'.s Olways better the. TiT Way" R. II. Ti'Ufftio R. H. Burciuist HOT \\'. J''iwlor 'Phone 57 35—Cleaning and Pressing TIP TOP CLKANHKS. Don't hesitate to si'iitl your finest aiiparel to UH rail SSO. Pick up and delivery. 35-B—Hat Cleaning-blocking Tux Cleaners-and Hatters , Hats Cleaned and Blocked Coliiinaii AVIIlliiniK, 318 W. Foster. 36—Laundering \VILIj DO iniiiiiiK '0 my home. Phone .S7S\V or fllli X. .Starkweather. Knnis Laundry, Ph. 25a3. tflu E. Frea- erlc. Help youraelT, 45c oer hour. ~\Vet wash and rough dry service. Perkin's Laundry—Ph. 405 221 East Atchison, one block east of Santa Fo Depot. Wet wash, rotiffh dry. help your self. Soft water, steam, free pickup and dc- llvoy. Open 7 to 7. Wiggins Laundry — Ph. 1 134 For .outih dry, wet wash, help your Kelt service. Hot, soft water. Open all day Saturday. Pick-up and delivery service. .105 Henry St. KIRBHO'M Laundry and Help Your Self Service.. Free pick-up and delivery. Damp dry and soft steam. Phone 125 or 112 -N. Hobart Your Laundry & Dry Cleaners Phone 675 Free Delivery 37—Dressmaking PUUKT'H SKW Shop. 320 S. Cuyler. Childi'fns ready-lo-wear. linens, button hnlRH and dress makliiK. Pli 2081. 38—Mattresses PAMPA Mattress Co. Ph. fi:W Holly. \vond hods, featlier, cotton and in- nernprlnB, made to order. S17 \V. Foster. 39—Lawn Mowers Shepherd Mower and Saw Shop 612 E. Field Ph. 2434-W All work guaranteed. 41—Photography JS-IIOrjR Kodak finishing service at JJwrry Pharmacy. Fine erain fin- ishlusv. lOiilarti'iiifi. Hiin.s Studio. —r— i . 1 . • 1—. , . _ 44—Electrical Service C'afo. Up! OK, is Up! Tliiif] jPorpi or Letterhead. The Pnropa News l 7iurson tili \V. v\isior, " Help /anted: Experienced checkers, .stock clerks, fruit and vegetable men. Apply in Person at McCartt's. S'-' will care- f,pr children in your honie from 1 :30 to 7 p.m. I'iiono _^ ___ Nurse Wants Wprk Ibatetrlo rasps. Mpq. Walker Opportunity ;C—Full >>ho)> equipment 4ml ,_,..„ for rent. Htuliimlsim <jtir- &B$ ahd XVoldluK SUoli. &2V \V. Frani cla. Plume 1SQO. pQR "SA,tiEI—Coi»p,lei.e rus ar.d fur- B.|{u,re cleaning equipment, •< ' '" macltlnB. .-Call a296-w. Repairing 5hoe Repair ettev Shoe Repalrlns ll5 W. Foster Electric Supply Co. Contractor - Appliances - Tlepalrs Oil Field Klcrlriricnllon 319 W. Foster . Phono 1106 10. W. SOlITHAliU AI Lawson—Ivleon No Reprosentatlve Star Rl. 2 Ph. 2399 •Pamnn. TBXBH Martin Neon Mfg. Co. Sales and service. Interior llgrhtlnsr. 405 S. Bollard Phone 2307 46-^—Cabinet Shop CAKTWRIOHT'8 CABJNET^HOP J90tt Aloock Phone 1410 We'll hulld It to suit you. Grain beds that are made to last! Have your order in now and save time, waste pnd money in a busy season. Burnett's Cabinet Shop 320 g. Tyn£ . Ph. 1235 Paths-Massages LUCILLK'S BATH -Clinic. Ph. 37. SLoiim baths, -Swedish jVussaso, re- (lut'liift; troiitiiientK. 705 W. Fos.ter. \VIW- KWKP small ehildreu in tiiv 1 . Ph. ansTAi. ATTKN'Ji'lO.V—Pampa BusTiuTss ewu is approved both day and J«'«ht .school, iinUer tlio (!. I. BUI of nights. Visit School, JOS K. JClngK- . CROSfcBY Shelvadora rator, Waliuil, poster bet\, ' , * J. WADE DUNCAN Real Estate and Cattle Duncan Bldg.—Phone 312 41 Years in the Panhandle LOVELY 5-ROOM HOME, slt.'irlp irons. slinibhTy. 2 rnr enrn for quir-k s.'ilr.. o lain BEAUTIFUL 3-BEDROOM HOME . . • ',<i tilocks nf Wnnrlrow Wilson fVhool. Real Estate — M. P. DOWNS — Insurance 336 Phones 1264 — 1011 E Francis — 20,1 Combs-Wirley A!R CONDITIONERS Have a Marsallis Air-Cooler installed'before hot weather and enjoy mountain breeze in your home MAYTAG PAMPA 516 S. Cuyler Phone 1644 FOR YOUR SUMMER COMFORTS SEE US FOR THIS MERCHANDISE Canvas folding cots. Canvas folding chairs- Outdoor hammocks. Gallon size Thermos Jugs. Servel Gas Refrigerators. Frigidfreeze Frozen Food Lockers- THOMPSON HARDWARE co. • (Coat.) KOll HAljK-"A|i:irlnu>M( size •! Imrncr Ntove. Also Ire l)i,x, iifi-))). rjlnai'il.v. 520 N. Blnmier. New Merchandise . . . Alr-Coiiilllliiiifi-s, AVnshliw Mm-lilnos, Cimlcriitivr llcfrlifi'i-iitui-K. Used Merchandise . • . Afel:il Utility ('nblnpt—2 Conic Slows - hlvbiK-i'ooin .Suites, Hrrnkfa.ft KelM. Ice Boxes. Economy Furniture Co. filii U'. VnxlPl- J'llrmn M!i Make Your Lawn Attractive! We have a large selection of metal lawn furniture, chairs, gliders and lounges. Chairs from $4.50 up. Texas Furniture Co. MacDonald Plumbing & Furn. 513 S-'Cuyler Phone 578 Mil Alllilel I'bi'V. llelllXl- l.'illlllc. JL'Tri.lKI, Used Furniture Bargains ."-tiiece sol $1-1.11.1 lillllk lied.s. ooni|ileli> $l!l.(l,"i Tilbli- To|l JillllMe, Alll. siXfi .. $ III.Sll Ice Box- !?!I.!I5 Cash fdr Used Furniture T\\'O L.OVIO .Sfiit.s for wile. Practically iinw. Ph. r,m~M. i;tna N. stm-u'- \veatber. lrwin's-509 W. Foster Office Desk and chair. Large floor fan, office type. 5-piece breakfast sets. Assortment of Ice Boxes. _ Low Prices Stephenson - McLaughlin •HID H. Cnylrr 'Alorutlitf tJlory box s Irt-Kscs to mali'h. usi'.il lioilronni K-uU radons. Kocluoed iH (.'Olll.'ll SllltOS. _ rhonn K,SS lM'^ :iinl inal A fi-w u'focl 2 iisfi<l KIIK .OH on Hturtto Young and Fugafe Mattress Factory — Furniture 210 coll Hprlnif in.altrpsKr.s. Wn inr.icc mat tress and plllow.s ami (In furniture ri'imlr. Ci>mi>lcli! .suits in lir.ilrpom, living r<,oni a nil occasional furniture. Phon K J 2n ___ 112_ N, Tlobart Brummett Furniture Bargains Table ton Kas- ranees, iceboxes, a nice selection of front room furniture, metal beds, springs and mattresses. Shop our .store for values. Also Upholstering Phone 2060 317 S. Cuyler EL,H:CTnOLUX'C)ennei-s and air puri- fier.M for sale. We tfive service and handle supplies. 401 13. Foster, Phone 174D-W. Box 1159. 62—Musical Instruments Top'o' Texas Amusement Co. 117 X. Frost Phone 273 N'lc.kelodeonK for rent. Heerods on sale. 64—-Wearing Apparel Hats - Hats - Hats . . . Cleaned and blocked. Your tailor is equipped to care for your entire wardrobe. Burns Tailoring Co. 124 S. Frost Ph. 480 67—Radios UADl'OS repaired, tubes tested free. Pick-up and deliverv. Vandover's .Shop, 317 X. Pwiubt, Ph. 5-I1J. PAMPA RADIO LAB Sales - Service - Work guaranteed 717 W. Foster Phone 4G Dixie Radio Sales & Service 112 13. Francis Ph. S6G 68—Farm Equipment NICHOLS and Chaplain 20-foot combine, price 1(100 for sale, 1 mile east of Jone.s-lCvereU, stucco house. Sdott Implement Co. John Deere—Mack Trucks Sales and .Service AVJ-! IIAVfl'a co:-:trlete stock of parts for >•<«!!• Ford .Kcrn'ii/on '.'factor and Implements. H. H. Williams, Implement Co. (Formerly Rider Motor Co-) New Location - 527 W. Brown Across street from Ball Park l-'DIt SALIC—10-20 liiloriiationui~p'-16 Motor, new rubber A-l Tractor $500. See Jack Stroup, 2 blocks West Ii South of Killarney Brlve Inn, or call gaiiSj;. . ___1___ Osborne Machine Company 810 W. Foster Phone 494 Uome Preezem for Immediate delivery. ... 2;l-ineh, one wnv disc. $5.00 each. 70—Miscellaneous THACTOHM. tknnblnes, TruckK anil . Cat'N overhauled. Jess Ohescher and K. H. Cordun, mechanics;. UOQ S. .Starkwe.-ulier. W. C. Havens Commei-nliil jleimlr Slum " _ __ THUIOK FHICSH .fei-sef" "inTloli cows. Jlcavy producers. One 20 hole S-Inch wheat drill, Marvin Webster, 1>A miles south of Cabots Kinsvsinill T 3 laiU. __ _____ _ __ "DAVIS TRADING POST Complete line plumbing fixtures, tral- vanized pU)e. We sell and exe.hansr? R14 Son In PiivlPr — Phnnp 1fld7..T ~ Will mako your home more enjoyable We sell only Che beat the nation produces. H. OUT KRRBOW CO. Photi* B(15-.T Bozeman Machine Welding Blacksmith, welding, machine work IRQfi "V Rlnlev ' * Ph. US» 72— Wonted to Buy Will WJ d *»P prtpea tot yeur 0? q. Wtheny Tire '& Junk ol -Flowers Cut Flownrs - Plants - Corsages 317 K. Urinvn . 1'hone 1570 76 — Farm Product* XICK 1'Yyers for~salp7~flN S. •Sturk_ HtVissiol) P< liti/i'll V--"-\Vhi)t-w\r«"n"nl retail. Iliu'hest pi'i<'<'S tmld for ail kind of live poultry, liond Poultry, \V. IO. (Petet Bond, rear of Kurt- Food. Phone ],S5. 81—Horses and Cattle KOK SAM-:--2 milch cows .Inst fresb. -Ji'l—-'j—'V'Ll'T 1 --!' 11 ! 11 ?!' r.-j( i- ^'- KDl't SAIjlC--iloo.f "inllirh cow and calf. I)an Jolm.'-.ou,'Peerless Carbon ('ompany. * C(Tj,LIH J'lIPPllOS. .1. C. Steward, l,cfors HlM'liw'iiy. Tom C'atlln Jjease, _'I •!''!£"_: Soiiihe.nst. J-'(ili SAf^io—Airedale pup.s7^7ft7ier~Kex SilO.OO. I.). H. Porter I 1 .;, miles North of MaKlc City, Texas. 85—Baby Chicks K|»i'clal prli.'i.- mi I'hlcliM thlH woek only. ,Sco. un for your field and lawn WMM! in'ndH. \\'c luivii a Kood variety of qtiullty NMi-dii. JAMES FEED STORE' 522 S. Cuyler Phone 1677 88—Seeds and Plants Harvester Feed Co. 500 W. Brown Phone 1130 Vandover's Feed Mill 541 S. Cuyler Ph. 792 Xew crop of Alfalfa ITay, Koyal Brand Dairy Kct-ds. We have i>. D. T. Sin'ay and Sprayora. Gray Co- Feed & Hatchery 854 W. Foster Phone 1161 E. F. Tubbs Grain Co. Kingsmill, Laketon and Pampa Grain, feed and seeds. Field seed at Kingsmill and 311 East Tyng, Pampa. VKTHUAN, \yife anil-- daiiBliffr :i- .\'i?ar«-nld wish to ront ,'!, •! or B i-oo.'ii, iinfni'ni«hPd. ('a)l J. J{. Honiii-r at Tho Bovaird Supply Co. I'lmnf 09.1. ' _______ _ ('(ii;i'UO w.'inl to i\'iil :i or -I room I'liniishcd or uiifiirnishPd h"ous(! or aparliniMil. Pcrinnnanily cinplovorj. I'hoiK' 22111-J. ______ .N'AVV AlU'ciTlJPS A'et, wife and hahy winh i<j runt furnished apartment or IIOUKP. TraiiHlorred to Pampa. rs'eed place to live. References. Write Box 7:!S Pnmpn, Toxas, or call Adams l-Iott-l, i'or .1. \V. Anderson, Uetail Crodit Co. 95—Sleeping Rooms IjUKPINH room for rout., con- K' hath, close in. Kitchen pri- . Tiiin x. Cuyler. jiOW Hotel — Sinslo rooms -55..m ppr wit.: double $5.00. Clean, comfortaliln, close in. 704 \V. Foster. KOll UlO.NT—Pront bedroom, lj»th ad- joiniiiK. 2 inuii preferred to hoard and room. 11112 !•). Wands. Ph 9".lli. Santa Fe Hotel—Phone 2364 flnmfnrtnhlfi Hlpp.plnc rooms, day. wk. 96—Apartments American Hotel—Ph. 9538 97—Houses VAC'ANOIKS Worley Courts $1.00 to ¥1.50 day, if:!.SO l.o $S,fl(l week. Adults. 120-1 South 1-iarne.K. Pil. 151-l.i. — -Sfp£e Buildings ' __ PRCED f orq'uick safe— 80-ft. front on W. Foster. Good business building with living quarters in connection. Well located. Reason for selling, Owner has other business interests. Call 651J. 110— City Property FOIt SALl'3—-1-room houso, 2 tiornor lots $2800. Also 35 Doitoe Coupe $2J>U. _ . _. For Sale By Owner ... • IJxtra nice ii-rooin pre-war home, douhie garam; with uiiurlniont. Will carry large loan. !)2(i Mary Klleu. 'ri-lUKK l>inln>om house, !i blocks of Senior lliu'h School. Five/ ruom mcidurn IIOUKO. Aloook St. $,1200. 'I'; tm tJooli, 1 u;i7-j pr__nOO_X.__aray. NHT1CK VICT.K'KAN"S --" C'ompletoly modern l-rooui furul-slu'd house, Just comoleted, adjoins city uurlc and 2 lilofkw from school. I'au be financed tlirotiK'li (.!. I. Loan. (i:i7 N. Hanks or null 1U17-J. 6-Room home on'N. Banks, Price $5750. Nicevlittle grocery store with one 5-rco.m house, and one 3-room house,, located in Talley Addition on oiled ' street. StpnerThomossoh, Realtors some Rood income property, close hi, also sonw uood buys In HOMES. Uayo Koo.fl resljjonts lota. __ Ji-ine Yplues in Property , . . I) hrtdropm home, Mary Elleu $11,500. 2 hodrooiu brick, .jlo.rB'0 basement, Several s;nall liomoa and Income property. • i & fiirpislied K6use, N, Charlos, lot. Double ttO-.-Cfty Property (Cdnt.) SJ3K B. K. Ferrell for city find ranch properly. Phono 341 or 2000-W. C. H. MandTT^eaT BtaleT Phone 2372 105 N. Wynne .S-room duplex, 2 bruh«, double e. X. FroFt. fj-room modern f\irnishod homo. with 2 atiartni'-nts. Income ?120 PT month. 'Jnnd loratinti. ."-room mod cm home, rental hi renr. \\'llfox Addition, J.l.'dfl. •I-room modern, in renr, r-iose in '•••I2~iti. -t-room f-ffirif.n* -i \' home n*-,ir Frnior Ilisrh S<-li(.r,l. Xi< e :'-rocin modern \viiVi ^nr.'ip'e, l-'ishn- st. $:',r.ofi. Nire -(-room modern, iVmble frrirnK'" 1 . slivrm cellnr, Kifi-ft. flout. l-::ist (•Einiphoii, S : :;I;T:.. •l-f(M,m lufKlrru fnrnislu-<l' in Tfillrv Aildllion. Price S.'i'ififi. •(-r'.'.ni i7Mi(lrrii linusr. I'.rinnl io, elo.'-i- ill. L:n;:e . r i-rot,m home with rriilal in r.-.-.i. Talli-y Addition. ,'i-l/r-di',',in home, north side, liiini'-- dl.-ite po.«.-r-s.':ioii. J. r ,2r,n. Nice v-)-ui,in dnplf-v, ,x. (',r,iy. Hr-nt.Tl in rc-rir. l/ttKi- 7-roiim ilnjjiev, r.-ntrd in renr, close in. Tjarne li-ronni home, douhlo carnK", h. r ir<Uv(uid floors in I-'inh-y li.'tnks Additiiiu. >\ real huy :U .< Sm;ill m er>- nnd fruit market, riood loi-ntion. Helii-Viiiir-Sr-lf Lnnndry with Ilviii/v iiuart'-rs. Dnimr j-ood business.«r r,.rooio home. Alr,,.-K--;_', .*l2"iO do\\ n. .\"n-e r>-ror,m home. K. Fr.'Hicis. Priced rlKlil. Servirr Stntinn, si-Hinr; mnjr.r prn- tlllrls, lining U0i)d luisint-S. Pl'icrd riuhi. ''.nod U'J't-aci-e farm, cnw;-, (?hicl<ens farm eriniimieat. All coos. Price s.tii.r.oi'i. Dandv :!2» acre wheat farm, all in wheai. |'i-i'-r riKht. yori! ijs'i'i.Mis Ai'!'i:i':ci_ATi':ii Haggard-Braly, Realtors Thrlviim- huslncss ami rotititri' coiirj. prh'i d liuln. Si-vcral ehoire lots on the Mill, fall !Hi!l. 4, 5/6/8,, 9-Room Modern Homes JOHN I. BRADLEY K< >!•; ,S.\ Ll-j h.\" o\\ IM-I'. X< i \\' ho i iso, ',',- )VMitits ;nid ii;t t h, hnnhvnnd rinurs, 2 lots. S^ii lOii st. Ijijcust. Iniinire ut xr.S \\'. I'n.sliM'. Special Large 5-room, rock home within 2 blocks of Senior High- Price $8750. J. E. RICE Realtor Phone 1831 F'TTu SAljK--:! bi-drriom lioine wYiii -Jb'iiriL^!! I 2 n_IL''t! !in jL J?-'.' nni! 2 . f l J7 :' 1 .' PIiI(.'l';~!KI.)U(.'KD" by" i)wii'~r"oiV "S room 12 bedroom) home, nico yard, i'l'iii'i'd, K'ai'UKi-*. located at GU5 N. Simii'i^ylHi!, JT'E. RICE—PHONE 1831 Homes, Business, Income, Farms, Ranches, Oil Leases and Royalties. LuVi'ly .'! h»([!onm home, 2 blooliK Junior lllt,'li $l.-l,SOO. I/ai'K-o ;i lii-droom .\. Jlussoll ifliflnn, Xit'c.. .'! bedroiini iiome. Christine Street 51 (i.,-,00 Good (i room modern.' Talley Addition SI.'iOO. Lovely il room homo, 3 blocks of Senior jiiK-h m,r,oo. 7 room duplex, 2 furnished apartments in $S,(KIO—ifH.OOO down. Clood 2 bedroom liomo., Ijofors Street $1750 down. 4 room modern two lots, Yoap:er Street $:!2r,o. G room modern. 100 ft. front, N. Banks $DMO. 4 unit furnished apartment ID. KinRs- rnill $8750. .'i Business lots. W. Foster $11,.100. IflTi Ft. Corm-r lot, paviiiK and .sidewalks SUTiO. 100 I'M. lot N. Russell $1750. FARMS Thn best K!0 ucri> wheat farm In rimy County. Fuiir nulo.s of Court ilousn -J?!l!£'i?" J" ?I '_ 1U T''- LEE Rr BANKS First National HanU liuildiiiu I'luiiios HSN-na 121 —Automobiles (Cont.) FOR SALiO— irm'O Chevrolet coupe •,vlth pick-up ljr>r] f.'.'sn. phone "?,-.] or' ^78; _____ _______ _ ___ Rider Motor Co. Pampa News, Wednesday, June ll, 1947 PAGE? For Dependable Service on Your Automobile ... Motor reconditioning, carbu- j retor recalibrc'ion. Motor tune-up < r bear front wheel alignment. • Come to Your Cl'tryslcr-Ply- 1 , mouth Dealer. j Cornelius. Motor Company j We Give 5&H Grer-n f jtcjinpf M '315 W. Foster Phone 3-161 Pampa Used Car Lot ... ; IIHl I-'old I'lul, i -,,111,, , iiiilio :ni.l i h...'H.-r. . i Hill Kurd 2-d,...r. i.-,diu ainl !n M. r. j JUKI Cliry:-).-!- l-do,,r. R:i.]in ;iml h.-:ii- I 117 £. Kingsmill Phone 1545J' 122— trucks - • - , LOOK.... ONE OF THE MOST MODERN SERVICE DEPARTMENTS THERE IS! TRUCK SERVICE. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE. BEAR FRONT END SERVICE. WASH ?, LUBRICATE WRECKER SERVICE NITE OP. DAY. NEW 1947 MOTOI-'S. STEAM a FANING I A.RGi:. ',OCK /vV)l'AP I :) ARTS. W<- invit' y ; i., !••• !...•• oiif- of our many satisfied customers. KJRSLEY MOTOR CO. Phone 1 12-1 14 Night 1411-W l!i.'!!i !IAhK-T<iX 1,. V,'. 1!. liil.. ]'i. 1;- iip. nouri fi.nilii inn. 7:') :•.. \\ •• i '' Mfter ii I'. .M. I'll. 7.-i,\V. S\'i .•!•: .1..'. .. • rill d;iv Snnilnv. INTERNATIONAL 1 !/? Tun • Long Wheel Base True:!' | with New Hobbs Grain i Body. 2 speed axle. Go'.cl j Rubber SI425.00. Tull-Weiss Equio- Co. TULL-WEISS EQUIPMENT CO. International Sales—Service Trucks, Tractors, Power Units I!' ! I T\V I-'I'I l.\ I IM,| : ... I, IL !. 1 1. ?iii .1 cr ;i ti'l ' i ' ... .•- . . M. . n : • ',!:< I >• i _J inn. I'riff .Sli.i'ii. :M • I-;,. : |.'i. ,|. : !' i:. ! fiTil l''oi;I) I'ieumi, •"•( tun. with n- fout si-rviei- tr/iilcr. l.r:ii>.--. \\illi si-ll toHi'ihcr or M'h;i/-,'it.-. sliinii.-i FOR SALE Truck bed with! stakes, factory built, suited; for 3-4 or 1 ton truck. i Gunn Brothers, 501 W. Fos- j ter. _ j T23— Trajierf ^ i I-'(>ll SAI\K---;!-whVt'l all sliM' SUMMER SPECIALS UNITED STATES GARDEN HOSE ALSO UNITED STATES SNUG LEG FISHING BOOTS AGRICULTURE FARM BELTS RADCL1FF SUPPLY—112 E. BROWN VACATION TIME IS HERc " >..'.(' ..'" !••' • ::"..- "|. n;'l ., , I,. . .-up. l>,.||-| t;il,.- I' I i,-ilii-,",! V(.nlr '''i !'••••: -'-'ti '• • !•• -I...;,-. ,<i: (•••III it: ii.- nnliM.'ll (l.tllv u-,-, iil!( longer '''" "" 'cOFr'LY F'ONVIAC COMPANY U l "" JM<:!>1 6 — Pcnliac — 8 320 N. Son-.crvillo Phone 365 __ 1 28 — Accessories \''. ll.'lVC- 111 Sliu'li linw Til'i':-, ('I'll' 1 ''- | jilDi-s, sliirti-rs-. \'- v . wai* 1 ]- n\nn]i:', i l.i'ulv,. drums. 1 riui.'iiiisMtvu j 1 .* 1 '*'^ i' tt( i i inii.ouu t,(ln-r jjudil ibu-<l ii:irts fur • till r:ir:-. St-c us rir.--t anil MLV" ymlr soil' a Int nf hunUm 1 ,. l'.ini|i;i danii!" ami SalvaK" 1 . .SOS \V. l\iim.--inill, TMlnlH. Itilll. Leaves From a Correspondent's Life Note Book FOR SALK b.r owner—-I room modern furnished lioiiKf, linrdwooil floors, "Vriirtion Blinds, floor funiiicp. I'rie- otl fur duieU H:I!I>. (liiraue niul w.isb house toROlhcr. -125 N. Oivrr. Plume 2-",S:'.\S r or (I4IVW. Arnold & Arnold Office Duncan Bldg. Rm. 3 Office-758 Phones Res. 758 Lnsl clinnce to buy a 17"j acre wheat farm and KI-I 1-:! of tlV- wlu-ui. 2 sets of imijrovi'ments and l -'. mineral ini'hulod, all for S20.OflO.00. 2-Kooil l)U))U-xi-s. une on N. Krost and 0-110 on X. ilill St.. Pi-iced rieht. d'ocrry. ffod and soocl store at Plainview. Texas. $2,0(10.00. for fixtures, plus inventory. Ofjiirjffi six-room home, ,'! bedrooms, almost in town on 70x100 ft. lol, nil for $S.r,oo.oo. •l-room modern home on K. Beryl .St. Total urie.e $H,400.00. Will carry a £'ood loan. ••I-room modern home on Masrnolia St. JinilL in 11)12. About *l.f,i»i.oo makes the clown uaymi'iit. Will talie in lute model ear. .N'i'W H-room home on Tjoeust St. D-lxMO ft. lol. Price S;-!,7.".(I.OO, ^ ,'i-room semi-modern home on Christy •St. 7r,xl25 ft. lot. Price $2.5011.00— ','1 cash down. Balance monthly payments. ,'i-room semi-modern borne on Kl Pen- vur St. S800.00 cash for ciuick sale. ^-room modern home on the corner of Henry and Scott Sis. See ns first when buying or selling. 121—Automobile! KOH SAljTC-lMii Chevrolet. Kxcel- lent condition, BC'od tires, wood motor. $37n. See at 220i.i X. SturU- _ ___ __ ________ l''i)Tt SAJJO— l!)iil) J-\)rii t'oupc. hood condition. See at -125 'Nurlh FaulU- _n er. ______________________ ________ (iOOI) f'UOAN l!l-il I'lynioiitb coach. new (ires, seat covers, radio, beater, four ll«his, Sli-IO. Pampa lladiu l.ab. ____________________ VllJj TitAlJI': my eriuilv in ':!!) Unlek Special will) new Mil motor for cheaper ear. See .). II. Harvey ai Pnrsley -Motor Oo. ___ We buy and Sell Used Cars- Used Car Exchange 421 S. Cuyler Phone 315 See-Try-Buy THE NEW KAISER AND FRAZER Garvey Motor Co. V>-ton PieUup. 1047 Fleet Master Chevrolet. 1939 Buiek 4-door Soecial. 700 W. Foster Phona 55 I''OU SAUIH— I'oiUInu automobile, radio \viili aiitennla, fits 19-11 to UI17 model Pontiac. 1'^xci'llcnt. I'onditioii. tjcu _at IO.S '.'._ 10. lAister, Apt. 4. __ New and Rebuilt Motors Ford, Mercury, Chevrolet, Plymouth and DodKo In stock. All motor.s rebuilt to factory specifications. Pampa Garage and Salvage Co. ___ Bargains in Used Cars and House Trailers . . . 1!I42 Dlamoiul-T Grain Truck. liUrt Chevrolet PleU-up. l!t-lt l-'ord De l.uxo 2-door. HMO C'lievrolet 4-iloor. 1937 Plymoutli Sedan. lil.'lti Chevrolet Cirain Truck. House Triers am( 2-wbeel Trailer C. C. Mead Miami Highway 421 S. Gillespie Ph. 73-W tJutenbers' became a printer in 1-112, but our prlntens aro m u c h more modern and prepared to serve you. Tim' Pampa News.___ New Motors Installed We will install new C amj 8 cylinder piotors on budget plan If desired, can supplv '37 to '47 models. REEVES OLD? CQ., s and By HAL BOYLKS LOS ANGELES—</P>—I've had <a chance to buy a wife in Shanghai and a cobra in Calcutta. A soldier in Belgium once wanted to teach me how to be a swimming- pool salesman; a man in Budapest said he would make my fortune if I would get him a jarfull of saccharine—he wanted to grind it up ] and sell it for dope. i I suppose I can mention right ; here. too. that my wife is current- i ly negotiating with a finnncially- strappcd lady rider in New York for the purchase of hnlf a saddle i horse. Whether we set the half; north or south of the saddle is as! yet unspecified in the contract. j Traveling- around you KPI. all sorts j of odd propositions. I But this is tlie firsl. place where j a man ever offered to take my blood pressure for u quarter. He was Dr. Joseph G. Caieedo. a pleasant dark-faced little man who operates a sidewalk blooci- shop on South Hill Street. It is near the subway terminal where trolley cars take off for the communities ringing Los Angeles. Now tired businessmen, instead of trotting off to a bar for a bracer, can drop in and have their blood pressure taken before hurling out to their little white ranch houses in the suburbs. The shop is slightly larger than a telephone booth, and smaller than a nearby shoe shine stand. It holds a chair, a nail—and Dr. Caieedo. I hung' my coat on the nail, sat clown in the chair, and the doctor —professional-looking as Dr. Kildars in his white jacket—gave me the business with his Baumanometer, the standard gadget. When he had finished pumping in air and reading the dials, he- gave me a disappointed look. "You have a systolic pressure of 106 and a diastolic pressure of 72— that's too low," he said. I could tell from his tone that he thinks people with high blood pressure are more interesting. "With low blood pressure like that you just feel tired and indifferent to work," lie said. Forked over thirty-five cents — *\ dime extra—for getting this respectable .scientific term for what rude friends have been calling lifelong laziness. I asked Dr. Caieedo why he war, limiting himself to sidewalk blood pressures when there was more money to be made with bedside gallstones and other interesting ailments. The little physician's face fell — arid I suppose his systolic pressure dropped a few points, too. "I got my medical degree from New York University and did in- terne work in Brooklyn," he said, "but when I came out here and took an exam to practice in California I flunked in historoffy. "So I decided to take blood pressures to keep me going until the time comes for the next exam. It's my own idea. This is the only shop of' this kind T know of. It's quite legal." He gets from thirty to fifty clients :i day, and many come back regularly." ' He said that only about two out of every one hundred people he has tested have normal blood pressures. Most are high. FOIt SAFETY FIRST Cud chewing is a safety first device. Animals that are hunted can quickly gather grass out in tlie open, then retire to a guarded spot to chew it up. ONLY ONK OF UKU KIND Although 26 fillies have been entered in the Kentucky Derby since 1875, only one filly ever won the race. She was Regret, who won $34.093, and was the 1915 champion. MR. FARMER! MR. RANCHER! MR. OILMAN! You arc overlooking some-tiling ij you don't have a Universal Jeep ai your di;>po'.,al- 1941 Chevrolet Truck v/ith two cpecd roar axle. High Torque motor. 1939 Fcid Truck. McWILLIAMS MOTOR CO. Phone 1562 Red t:ro;-:r, Ai'i'U Director lor that county. Disaster bulletins prepared by the I Pampa Chapter of the Red Cross j are being mailed to business houses imd chapter members, and it has been suggested that citizens famil- * iarize themselves with name and I phone numbers listed, so the pro- I per persons can be notified in an | emergency. ' It was announced that the local I fund raising campaign had exceeded I its goal by $200, approximately $7700 I having been received. A plaque was i presented to Judge W. R. Ewing | in recognition of his service as ! fund raising chairman. j Husbands and wives of the direc- I tors and committee chairmen were I guests-. Cross Hears ei Assistance determinou by individual need wu.s the policy of tlie National Rod Cror.s in -.liding disaster victim. 1 ; in Higgin.s and Glazier, Huelyu Laycock. chairman of tlie local Red Cross chapter, reported at ;'. meeting; of the board el directors Monda.y njglu in tlie City Club Rooms. Tltc; local chapter aided Higgins and Glarier svith necessities I'or family maintaiiu-nc-e or means of earning a liviiiK. replacing jjoultry and live-stock if they had previously eotitributecl to the iLUuily income, and pn)\i.»ni'; tooi.s nr equipment lor v.'iiiji: earners :-:<; tlx.'j' miiiht eonl.inue their occupations. Help in rebuilding or repairim.; Jionies \vus given to 81 himilies, and (ia families were ftSKisteil in replu 1 . inj\ necessary household iurni.shjm'.s. No luxury items \vei'e f-upiJlied by the Red Cross, This type of. family rehabilitation follo\ved the more immediate work of the Red Cross in supplying temporary shelter, food, clothing and medical assistance to storm victims. A total of $148.278.24 has already been used by the National Red Cross' for Lipscomb County residents, according to Leo Durkee. i Lesnevieh fro Meet j ^Aauriello July 30 N'EW YCRK- ( .?j- Gus Lesne-* vkh, the light heavyweight champion who suys he has no intention of invading Heavyweight King Joe Louis' 'uci-.'-icory, will take on another heavyweight July 30 when he j meets Tumi Mauric-llo of the Bronx in a non-title ten-rounder at Ebbels Field In his last outing- against a heavyweight contender, Lesnevieh fla't- Melio Bettina in 59 seconds of the first round of their Madison Square Garden ten-rounder May 23. The Damon Runyan Cancer Fund will share in the profits of the show, Promoter Andy Neidereitter said. FUNNY BUSINESS BY HERSHBERGER COPR, 1047 UV NEA SERVICE. INC. T M REG, U. S. PAT. OFF "Could you tell us his share o? *he public debt??' Man has not conquered the air as we so frequently hear. His ability to fly has come from a study of the air and adapting himself to it. |7ouis Tifftiny Invented favrile, ft variety of iyrid.escen.t enameled glass, : *; : .•"*•*.: J. .^.-'-:,fe^ •Sur 33 'twk «gg m^lSt9tJ?JrOii^^ ft ^'

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