Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 15, 1947 · Page 4
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\ VALUES Gold Spun SHEETS 128 Type 81x99 Pillow Cases io match ' 49c ea. TURKISH TOWELS Cannon & Moor heavy Regular 89c weight; large size, 22x44. White with colored borders. ea. 40 dozen; second quality Excellent Value WASH CLOTHS Now 75 f /i. cotton, 25'; linen; unbleached with colored border. Startex '--^V&S TOWELIM6 Boys' sanforized, 8 - oz. full cut, blue denim Sizes OVERALL 6-16 Men's 8-oz. sanforized; full cut OVE Extra full "Reel Key" blue Extra Sizes chambray; sanforized $1.69 SHIRTS 215 N. Cuyler Pampa, Texas Comes to Light Now it comes out. Several months ago Chief of Police Louie Allen orderea Desk Sergeant Red Payne to take one of the departments' radio cars to Aniarillo on radio business Payne got the "fehost car" in gear and scooted clow nthe highway at about 50 mph. The weather was cold and so was Red. He looked down at the heater and decided it was more than an ornament and turned en the switch. On into Amarlllo he drove, but no heat from the heater. On the return trip the condition was the same—no heat from the heater. However Red was puzzled during the trip as to why cars approaching him would slow up and pull over to the tide of the road. Finally back on the police ramp at Pampa, after almost freezing to denth Red discovered the trouble. On both trips he had turned on the switch that controlled the car's large rod blinker light and never even came close to switching on the heater that was in perfect working order. To bad pal. hope that radio goes out in the summer after this nnd not iti winter. Services Set Today For Former Pampan 1 \V. L. Mackie of Spearman, formerly of Pampa, died Thursday night in the Northwest Hospital in Aniarillo. A resident of Pampa for 10 years, he has made his home in Spearman for the past 17 years. He married Harriet Yount on Dec. 24, 1908. Services will be held at 2 p. m. today at Spearman and additional services and burial will be held at Fairvicw Cemetery, Pampa, at 3:30 p. m. Surviving are two sons. Glen and Albert, of Spearman; daughters, Mrs. J. E. Haden of Perry ton. Mrs. C. H. Dawson of Pampa, Mrs. A. F. Gorman of Spearman, Mrs, Fred WombJe. of Gruvcr, Mrs. O. J. Hoci of Tcxhoma, Mrs. E. D. Clement, Jr.. of Speamnn, Mrs. Edward Ogle of Borgcr, Misses Margie Mackie and Joan Mackie of Spearman. Prepared for almost anything, Los Angeles, Calif., policemen J. R. Ennis, right, and F. \V. Schell, left, were stymied when they fjimd this duck strutting along a downtown street. Here they are pictured entering their pre- rincl station with the webfooted fellow on a leash prior to turning it over to Humane Society. For Quick, Dependable Service Go to Clarence's Shoe Shop 10!Hi E. Foster Pampa For Sale 1941 Chevrolet Truck High Torque Motor Two Speed Rear Axle McWilliams Motor Co. Phone 1562 We Sell Beer! Every Day and On Sundays! By the Case or by the Bottle To Go. 1 p. m. to 12 p m. Also Open Sunday Nights Dancing Starts 7:30 p. m. SOUTHERN CLUB Bodies of Most Texas Dead Left Overseas DALLAS—'/P>—Most Texas families who lost sons in World War II pi-p content to leave their bodies in their overseas burial places, accord- in^ to A. Harland Adair of Austin, member of tho American Legion Graves Registration Committee. He told A convention of Monument Buildcn of the Southwest here that a Legion survey disclosed that or.Iy a small percentage of bereaved families wished to bring their sons' bodies back home. Last Per Capita funds of Year Paid AUSTIN —(/I 3 )-- Release of the ninth and fii.al state available fund per capita apportionment warrants lor the 1946-47 .school year has been announced by State Superintendent of Public Instruction L. A. Woods. The last payment on the $35 per capita apportionment authorized by the State Board of Education total- led $6,003.800, representing a $4 per captia on 1,500,950 scholastics. Rot a nans Hear Musical Program PANHANDLE—(Special) — Mary Kate and Alice Surratt, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Surratt, gave a musical program for the Rotary Club on Friday. The girls were assisted by their teacher, Mrs. Viola Wilson oi' Amarillo, who also gave several piano numbers. The program was in charge of Fred Surratt. Funeral at Lubbock For Preston Jacobs Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock for Preston Jacobs, of Lubbock, at the Broodway Church of Christ in Lubbock. Preston died yesterday morning in a Lubbock hospital from natural causes. He is survived by his mother, and three sisters, one of Pampa, Mrs. Elmer Francis. Wl»« Bin Pr««fMi T*? , *-"ia ^^ „. Fir Pftttf | ffiiliif aiii tfridfty's IKlttftriis program conducted bjr Mv6s and other relatives 6f Klwanifchs. The program was in charge of Mrs. L. N. Atchison. Joan Thompson, daughter of former Mayor Fred Thompson, and member of the elubV played In a piano duet with her mother. A bit of ribbing went to the membership when Mrs. Joe' Wells dis- cussel the subject "Second Committee Meeting. 1 ' They conjectured on the difference in the time committee metings were over and the time that the husbands arrived at their respective homes. Wynelle Weatherred daughter of W. B. Weatherred, presetnted a pfano solo. The most definite conclusion that Mrs. Fred Thompson arrived at in her subject, "What Ki wants Means to the Wives," was it meant no lunch to be cooked on Friday. Members of the club have been asked to be at the Softball diamonds at 5 Monday afternoon to help finish putting up a wire cable around the premises. Improvements of the grounds has been underway for sev- ernl weeks Teachers of Panhandle Are Voted Salary Kike PANHANDLE—(Special) — The resignation of Miss Fayrene Thompson as a grade school teacher was accepted at the monthly school board meeting held last week. Substantial increases in salaries were also voted with teachers with bachelor's degrees receiving a minimum of $2,100; inexperienced teachers without degrees $1,800 with n. three year allowance to get a degree, and teachers with master's degrees, $2,460. The board also voted to buy two small busses of about 18-passenger capacity to better serve the rural area., and to purchase a power lawnmower. M. B. Welch, P. F. Fen-ell and Ralph Randel were appointed OH the Board of Equalization. Neill Singleton of Aniarillo was appointed to make repairs to the school house in the amount of $2,000. Report Made on Revenue Receipts AUSTIN— yj>)—State revenue ;c- ceipts totaling 841,440.730 for May were nearly $15,UOO,000 in advance or governmental cost expenditures for the same month, State Comptroller George H. Sheppard has reported. Expenditures for May were $20,789.020. 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