Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on April 19, 1937 · Page 7
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Pampa, Texas
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BVfiNfflCf, 'APSffi IS, 168?, BSttt , f***i TILL YOUR GARDEN AND FILL YOUR TILL-CLASSIFIED SELLS THE PLANTS flND ALWAYS WILL ..! , Classified Advertising Rates Information ...Alt want ads are strictly cash and . k» 'aciicptea over the phone with the Bb*ttl*e ttnderstandlnK that the "sccannt <i to be paid when onr collector calls. PHOJJB TOUR WANT AD TO 666 of 667 v Oar courteous ad-tnker will your Want Ad, helpln* you wbfd It. 'All SSt rot "Situation Wanted" and "L6at and Found" are cash with order and will not be accepted over the telephone. Out-of-town advertising cash with order. _ The Pampa Dally NEWS reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. Notice of any brror must he given In time for correction before second insertion. In case of any error or an omission In advertising bf any nature The Daily NEWS ahull not be held liable for damages ^'further than the amount received for such advertising. Ads will be received until 10 :00 a. rn. for Insertion same day. Sunday ads will be received until 5:00 p. m. Saturday. • ' LOCAL RATE CAHD EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 12, I03« 1 day, tic a word ; minimum 80c. 2 days, 4c a word; minimum COc. . B days* 6c a word ; minimum 75c. 6 days, 7c a word; minimum $1.00. The Pampa Daily , NEWS ANNOUNCEMENTS 1—Card of Thanks. ' 2—Special Notices. 8—Bus-^Tavel-Transportiitlon* 4—Lost and Found. EMPLOYMENT 6—Mala Help Wonted. . 6—Female Help Wanted. 7—Male & Female Help Wanted. 8—Salesmen Wanted. 9—Atronfft. 10—Business Opportunity. 11—Situation Wanted. BUSINESS NOTICES 12—Instructions. 13—Musical—Dancing:. 14—Professional Service. 15—General Household Service. 16—Palntlnjc-PapcfliRnfrinff. 17—Floorlng-Sandlng-Refinishlng. 18—LandscaplnK-Gnrdenlng. 19—Shoe Repairing. 20—UpholsterinK-Rcfinishing. 21—Movlnff-Eprcss-Hnullnff. 22—Movlng-Transfor-Storaffe. 23—Cleaning-Pressing. 24—Washing and Laundering. 25—Hcmstltching-Drcssmaking. 26—Watch-Jewelry Repairing. 27—Beauty Parlors-Supplies. MERCHANDISE 28—Miscellaneous For Sale. 29—Radios-Supplies. 30—Musical Instruments. SI—Wanted To Buy. LIVESTOCK 32—Dogs-FetB-SUjplles. 33—Poultry-EgRB-Supplles. 34—Livestock For Sale. 31!—Wanted Livestock. 36—Farm Equipment. AUTOMOBILE 37—Accessories. 38—RcpairinK-Service. 39—Tires-Vulcanizing. 40—Auto Lubricatlon-Washlni. 41—Automobiles For Sale. % 42—Wanted Automobiles. ROOMS AND SCAHD 43—Sleeping Rooms. 44—Room and Board. 45—Housekeeping Rooms. 46—Unfurnished Rooms. .FOR RENT UEAL ESTATE 47—Houses For Rent. 48—Furnished Houses For Rent. 49—f-Apartmcnt For Rent. 50—^-Furnished Apartments. 51—"Cottages and Resorts. 62—Offices For Rent. 63—Business Property. 54-A>Farm Property For Rent. 65—Suburban Property For Rent. 56—Garages For Rent. 67—Wanted To Rent. 68—Cottages and Resorts. FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE 69—City Property For Sale. 81—Lots For Sale. 62—Farms and Tracts. 83—Out of Town Property. «4—Wanted Real Estate. .FINANCIAL 65—Building-Financing. 66—Investments. 67—Money'To Loan. 68—-Wanted To Borrow. •9—Insurance. i- FOR SALE OR TRADE 70—Real Estate. 71—Miscellaneous. 72—Personal. SERVICE AN UP-TO-THE-MINUTE f, '. DIUECTOUY OF Business and Professional PAMPA • ACCOUNTANTS J,;R. nbby 412 Combs-Worley. R. 980W. Of 787 *. BAKERIES Pampa Bakery Fred Schaffncr, 115 W. Foster, Ph. 81 ,, -• BOILERS ; J, M. 'Deerlng, Boiler and Weldings Works, Pampa, Ph. 292—Kellervllle, Ph. 1610F13 '- BUILDING CONTRACTORS J. King. 414 N. Sloan, Phone 163. PALMER CHIROPRACTOR Dr, Kathryn W. Rulings, Neurocalometer Service. 218 W. Craven. CAFES Canary Sandwich Shop, S doors east ot Rex Theater. Ph. 760 MACHINE SHOPS Jones-Everett Machine Co. Barnes and Frederick Sts., Ph. 248 TRANSFER AND STORAGE Pampa Transfer and Storage Co. 600 West Brown, Phone 1025 State Bonded Warehouse. WELDING SUPPLIES Jones-Everett Machine Co. Barnes and Frederick Sts., Ph. 243 ANNOUNCEMENTS NottDM FOB SAMS OB TRADE CONCRETE 'BUILDING BLOCKS Rubble Deslgfl, (Rough Hand Hewn Kard Rock Pace Effect) Ideal for Residences, Business Bldgs., Retaining Walls, Ppundations, Terracing, etc. Built to Gov't. Spec., Uniform and Durable, Seasoned Thoroughly. Dimensions 8"x8"xi6". PRICE I5o W--D. LYNCH LePors, Texas Steam and electric Swedish Magneto Massage. Eliminates poisons. Guaranteed reducing. plUs' or Wet. Colonio Announcement* (Cent.) 2—Special Notice* REX CAFE—Short orderft nil hours. Delicious unhdwirhefc. Ifownrcl Martin, Mah- nprcr.' 1st floor west of Uex Theater. 6c-16 DR. H. W. OSBORN. chiropractor. Room 31, Smith Bid*?. Courteous, prompt, and efficient treatments'. _^ 8p-13 FOR HENT—Electric refrigerators, any make $5.00 per month. Thompson Hardware Company. 26c-24 Mark every grave. Select your monuments for Decoration Day. We have all kinds of marble and granite. Come In and let us help you. SOHAFBB MONUMENT COMPANY 817 South Cuyler Phone 1005-J 4—Lost and Found LOST—Gentleman's white (sold Elrtin wrist wntch. Initials D. O. V. Return to Pnmpa News for reward. 3p-12 EMPLOYMENT 5—Male Help Wanted. WANTED by a local firm, 2 m>nt ain pearinK men with car. Good 'future for rnnn wiilinK to work. Write age and reference to Box B, i-aro News. 2c-12 6—Female Help Wanted. WANTED—Girl for housework and care of children. B04 North West. lc-12 WANTED—Girl for cnfe work, 614 W. Foster. . i . 3c-13 CilRIj WANTED for housework and care of children. Must stay niirht.i. 712 N. Frost. Ctf-10 11—Situation Wanted EXPERIENCED GIRL wants housework and care, of children. Phone 145IJ 3-14 I..ADY, AGE 39, wants Unlit housckccp- ntr job in motherless home or for elderly couple or practical nursing. Mrs. M. N. Byers, 720 N. West Street. 3p-12 BUSINESS NOTICES 14—Professional service. SPENCER Individually designed corsets and surgical garments. Mrs. Tom Bliss. Phone 991. 023 North Sommerville. 26-25 17—Floorlnff-Sandiner-Rcfinlshing SPECIALISTS in high quality work at lowest prices. Phone 62. 26c-12 18—Landscaplng-Gardeninr. NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL YARD GRADING & PLANTING, TREE PRUNING, Etc. HENRY- THUT PHONE 818 80—Upholstering-Kennlshing. DON'T DISCARD that broken or worn furniture, let Brummett repair and refinish it for you. 014 South Cuyler. Phone 142B. 12c-14 r IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE Daylight Savings Time is here, also saving time for those who let the little want ads save time and money for them day or night. Spring time is want ad time. Hundreds of offers placed daily go nightly when the crowd gets on the air and rushes out anywhere with cash to spare. PAMPA DAILY NEWS WANT ADS LIVESTOCK (Cont.) 33—rouItry-Eggs-Unpplles. FOR SALE—Yearling white leuhorn pullets of the best breeds. Now in full production. Cheaper than you can raise them. Three miles south of Humble Camp and ',(. mile west. E. C. Barrett. Route 2. Phone HOJ2-F4 Sp-M BABY CHICKS All popular breeds furnished by the lead, ins hatcheries of West Texas from pure bred flocks culled and approved. J5.9G per hundred. Place your order now for prompt delivery. PAMPA MILLING COMPANY SOD West Brown St. 24—Washing and Launaertnir,. LAUNDRY—Flat finish Cc. RouKh dry 4c. 618 South Cuyler Street. Phone 1425. Mrn. Statcn. 2BC-35 27—Beauty Parlors, Supplies. 3OBBS Beauty Shop. Permancnta (1 to $5. Opposite from Fampa Hospital. Ph. 1097. 2GC-1B MOTHER'S DAY A permanent for Mother. Noth- ng would please her more than a soft natural looking permanent from the Yates Beauty Shoppe. "ray hair will not be burned or discolored. Efficient Operators We Try to Please Ask about our line of Cosmetics. PHONE 848 YATES BEAUTY SHOPPE 420 NORTH CUYLER 3 doors North of Blossom Shop MERCHANDISE 28 —Miscellaneous For Sale. 'OR SALE—2 McKee Ever Cold refrilt- rators. Look like new. .Special at $1«.50. lert Curry Refrigeration Co. 3e-13 News VVant-Ads Get Results. METAL Office ck'sk. Filing cabinet, let- er aizu. 1 studio couch, new, Bli^htly lumatred. Living room tmites $17.50 to 189.50. "2 beer dispensers. Pampa Trnna- er & stora K e ' ge-13 200 FT OI ; 0 FT OF 2Vj unset tubinu run on ile south, \i east of Atlas Smokeli ce. .. . ,, - _:esB Jant. . Gp-13 •"OR SALE—Uued water-dooled Elcctro- ux refrigerators. $60.00 and up, Thompon Hardware ^Company. 26c-24 Sow your lawns with fancy grass seed Also Merit Feeds Buy at Stark and McMillen 0 TUBE Victor radio. 400 .East Foster, 'hone 1250. tf Beautiful Flowers For All Occasions 1—Wanted T» Buy. 0" Ouily TO BUY— A 42". Lifht onk News. fllit top debit. finish. Pnmiia (Hf-17 2—pogSrPets-Suppllcs, 'OR SALE—Registered, champion stock, et black, Spottiu puppy. See or call Mrs. Ifred Bryant'ut'Wheeler, Tcxua. 8p-13 3-^-PbuUry •> Esgs - Supplies. SEB.YODB CHICKS BEFORE you BUY ,0,000 day old and started -chicks f 15 most popular breeds to select rom. Our prices are the lowest we iave ever offered,. We are giving EE with each purchase of 100 clicks ONE 25-LB. BAQ OP ANCHOR BRANB STARTER At our hatchery you can see and know you are buying quality chicks. Box 402 Phone ' West Phone IISO 32 ANCONA chicken!!. 30 laying hens, 2 roosters, $20.00. C. H. Wells, Lel'ors, Texas. 3c-12 Baby Chicks Not the Cheapest but the Bent in Quality. Our i>ricua are the most reasonable we have ever offered. Call and aee our chicks. Dodd's Hatchery % Mile East of Denver Viaduct 30 —Farm Equipment. FARM MACHINERY Two row and single row lister with planters, six disk engine plow and ten foot tandem disk, one combined harvester, three heavy wagons, six section drag harrows, and one 14 inch turning plow. C. C. Dodd, % mile east Denver Viaduct, Pampa, Texas. AUTOMOBILES 38—Repairing Service STOP AT THE GULP SERVICE STATION NO. 3 for service, tire rep a i r s, accessories, washing and greasing. O. W. HAWKINS, MGR. ON BORQER HIGHWAY PHONE 1444 i AUTOMOBILE 41—Automobiles For Sale. FOR SALE OR TRADE Equity in 1937 Super Tudor Terraplane Carefully broken in. Trailer house for sale. 533 South Cuyler AUTOMOBILE (Cont.) «—AntomobDw tor Sale. SEE THESE BARGAINS! 1936 Chevrolet Coach ..., $49 1935 Chevrolet Coach, heater ' and radio ..........;.:.;..$42 1935 Ford Fordor, heater and radio ..:...... $40 1936 Chevrolet Sedan $39C 1934 Chevrolet Coach $30 1934 Ford Tudor $27 1933 Chevrolet Coach $25 1034 Ford Coupe $25 1934 Chevrolet Coupe $2' 1931 Chevrolet Cabriolet $12 1D30 Chevrolet Sedan $12 1929 Ford Tudor $ 7 —See Tlie New— SILVER DOMte TRAILER • Now On Display Aa low as $67 M OTpR'8-.* Culberson- Smalling INSTALMENT Chevrolet Co., Inc . USED CARS 1936 Ford DeLuxe Tudor— A Kcal Buy 1936 Ford Tudor Sedan 1935 Chevrolet Coupe (Master) New Motor 1935 Ford DeLuxe Sedan Completely Reconditioned 1935 Ford Coach 1935 Ford Coupe $ 525 5 425 1934 Ford Truck, Long Wheel-base Completely Overhauled 1935 Chevrolet Truck Overhauled 1933 Ford Couch ? 225 1931 Chevrolet DeLuxe Sedan, Overhauled 1937 Ford Sedan (Demonstrator) — LIBERAL DISCOUNT ALSO 3 SIZES OF COVERED WAGON TRAILER HOMES TOM ROSE (Ford) Get results with Classified Ads. THIS CURIOUS WORLD V OF ENGAGE (N BLOODY BATTLES WITH RIVALS DURING THE BREEDING SEASON. CASTOR. AND POU-UX, THE STARS AS ACTUAL.I_V ARE ABOUT 9O TG/LLIOM MUCH THAN A STATE OF THE SAME WHEN LAND |S FOR. DIVISIONAL. PURPOSES, IT IS TREATED AS A FLAT PLANE. as,s .gaJr far thousands ,o£ years; bv$ mpclerft 4nsteume»te»saw ,H8 th9t,.tt)$y §F<? pi esifrt-Jy <M«?efert #ejpj. . Fejtec te ?pee4ing u> one .direction'^* a rate bf 16 miles a second, while Castw i§ ing a separate cQursg at ftbout afae taUss 3 PACKARD TRADE - INS CLEANER — NICER Check these bargains .... 1936 Ford Delux Touring Coach. 1935 Ford Coach, Trunk Radio. 1935 Buick, Rumble Seat Coupe. Actually 19,000 miles. 1935 Terraplane Coach. 1935 Chevrolet Coupe. 1934 Plymouth Coupe, Ra dio and Heater. 1934 Ford Coupe, Extra Clean. 1934 Pontiac 6-Wheel Se dan, Radio and Heater. 1933 Plymouth Sedan. New Paint and Motor. 1933 Plymouth Coach. 1932 Chevrolet 6-W h e e Coupe. 1932 Ford Coupe. 1932 Ford Roadster. 1932 Chevrolet Coach. 1931 Ford Sedan. New Paint. 6-Wheels, Motoi Overhauled. 1931 Chevrolet Coupe, 6- Wheels. New Paint. Other lower priced cars with lots of miles left. SALESMEN D. J. BRANDON B. R. (Woody) WOOD R. W. RAGSDALE ERNEST WINDBORN Inc. Packard, DeSoto and Plymouth 310 W. Kingsniill Phone 113 ROOMS AND BOARD 43—Sleeping Koocu FOR KENT—One bedroom. InnerapriuB maUreas on bed. 315 N. Ballard. ac-13 A NICE, large south bedroom. Adjoining jath. 818 N. Purviancc. lp-11 JLEAN ROOMS, $3.00 per week. BOO North Frost. Virginia Hotel. 26p-18 LOWERED i-utes on exceptionally nice slGeptng rooms. 704 West Foster. Broadview Hotel. 26c-29 44 —Room ana »osm. iEE MrLDUED SMITH for table board ut_Gibson Cottaeij^ojjrt; 8c-13 IOOM~~ANI) HOARD 'in private home, •ood meals, congenlul surroundings. Close n. 5(10 F.a»t Foster. 12c-14 5—Housekeeping Booms. VAItM, MODERN apartment, for couple. Close in. Keauonably priced. Kline Hotel, 23 South Itussel). Phone 9625. 26c-29 FOR RENT t —Houses For Jteat. •ROOM unfurnished house. 2 blocka •est uncl une north of Hilltop Grocery. 2p-12 FOR RENT Unfurnished modern 6 - room house with sun room, built in bath, hardwood floors, completely weatherstripped, newly built on pavement near school, with garage. $40.00 per month. PHONE 525 'OK KENT—Vacancy at New Town Cab- ns. Maytaca for rent. Plenty of hot wa- er. 1801 South Barnes. 26p-818 8—Furnished Rouse for Bent "OH RENT—JUoclern furnished duplex, ^iluh sidu 4 rooms with garage. 432 S. ianka. 8c-14 'OK RENT—2-room furnished house, rlodern. With garage. Cull ut 403 North loinmcrville. lc-12 CLEAN 2-room furnished house, ilia paid. Modern convenience!!. Lewis Cottages. 4II S. Uuasell, 8p-14 RENT-rrNew taodern 8-rppm hpusc. urniahed. Adults only. 631 S, Russell. 8tM6 -ROOM bouse, turniahed or unfurnished. 'awly, vaptanuU, 713 Sputli EiuUiy. ,120X16 '.OR RENT—?- house. FOk RENT (CohL) 49—Apartment*! Vm Beat. ll-ROOM unfurnished apartment. Strictly modern. Private bath . GftraKe. $02 W. Foster. Inquire f,tf-I7 SMAIJ, APARTMENT, furnished. 'Also unfurnished apartment. Rills paid. 014 N. Duncan or Billiard St. 3c-13 50—Fnrnlstiea Apartments. FOR RENT—2-room furnished apartment. Rills paid. Adults only. 902 E. Browning Ave, lc-12 VACANCY MURPHY apartments. 2- rooms. Close in. Garage and Fripidaire. 117 N. Gillispic. 3c-H TWO ROOM furnished apartment. Bath. On pavement. 925 S. Cuyler Apartments. 6c-l? 2-ROOM furnished apartment. Hills paid. $14.00 per month. BOO South Somerville. _____ 8c-12 BEAUTIFULLY furnished apartment. Phone 546-M. kitchenette 3c-12 53—Business Property. FOR KENT—25-foot new brick building. 412 South Cuyler. Thompson Hardware Company. 8c-12 FOR SALE 58—City Property For Kale, HOMB - INVESTMENT - BUSINESS Each of thene three- lire new listimrH, din- tinetive in their elnHn. HOME You appreciate bolter furnishings? Let us show you thi« lovely Kit. home, nicely furnished, corner lot, eloae- in, U!HO fmmll furnished house in rear. Owner now living in California, nays Hell furnmhhiKH and all for $5,01)0. INVESTMENT fill, newly di.-corated, corner lot near Wondrow Wilson school, Bplcndid home and income, will pay itself out in extra rentH. A real buy if you are lookiiiK for a larire two-Htory home. Price only $!i500, terniH. HUHINESS Down-town cafe, tloiriK caimcity bus- iriesw, will pay for itself in a few months. On account of sickness, owner is offering to sell. This is your opportunity to step into an up and KOinK business. See us for location, price, and terms. KENT New Git. unfurnished, hardwood flours, tniilt-it)!:, $:iij.uil. Hit. unfurnished duplex, separate bath and uiiriiKf, close-in, $25.00. 'M. unfurnished, 810.00. INSURANCE of nil kinds. See us for old line hail insurance on wheat. JOHN L. MIKESELL Phone 100 Duncan Dldg. l''OU SALIC—3-room and sun porch. IGxHO chicken house, Karate, two 47 foot lots all Priced to sell. M. Heflin, Ueal Estate. 3e-13 3-UOOM modern liouse, tfnrntfc. Near school. $10011.00. Terms. Also Mx30 house ot be moved. M. Ilerlln, lien] Estate, 311 West Foster. 3c-12 1-IlOOM modern house for sole with Knr- IIKO, trees, lawn and fenced back yard, Write Box 7il5, City. 6c-13 FOIl SALE—-Five-room home, near echool, on pavement. Recently remodeled, repaper- od and repainted. Plenty of closets and built-ins. Hardwood floors, shrubs, lawn, fenced back yurd. Philip Pond, 820 North Frost, Phone 800. Cp-14 TRAILER Sy Nard Jones NBA Service, Inc. 61—Lots For Sale. •'OK SALE — East front lols in Cook- Aflums addition, one block from piivc- mcnt. Sci.> Vy. D. \V«tcrs, 411! ComlM- Worley buildinu or phone 7K7. 3i--12 63—Out of Town Property. FOK SALE- 20;:-IO buildinit, neu. 0 mill south of Sunray. suitable for boarding louse, store building, bi:er parlor o ;lanc;c hail. Will move to any loeatioi within 10 miles. Gj>-l(i •'OR SALE—l-room house and 1-car KUi-nne combinoil. 1000 ft. 2 Im-h. 300 ft. /•< inch pipe, 1 box car with a 37 ft. beet-iron abed. 1 1/.* miles west of Kinus- nill. G. W. McEwon. 6p-15 FINANCIAL 67—Money To Lotux L-OA-IVS Salary Loans — Personal Loans $5 to> $50 No security nor endorsers. The only requirement is that you be steadily employed. Payments arranged to suit you. All dealings strictly con- 'idential. Loans made in a few minutes. Salary Loan Co. L. B. Warren, Mgr. First National Bank Bldg. Room 3 Phone 303 MONE TO LOAN Salary Loans — Personal Loans $5 to $50 We Require No Security We solicit oil field and carbon black workers. Payments arranged to suit you. All dealings strictly confidential. Loans made in a few minutes. Lowest Rates PAMPA FINANCE CO. J. S. Starkey, Mgr. 09\6 8. Ouvler Phone 450 FOR SALE OR TRADE 1—Miscellaneous. 'OH SALE—Small size Fri E idaire. 12,'!:! outh Wilcox. 1[>-11 WASHINGTON, April 19 (/P)—The reasury launched a new borrowing peration today, opening bids on 50,000,000 of discount bills issued n anticipation of third-quarter in- ome tax receipts in mid-September. Secretary Morgenthau said he ex- ected to borrow $50,000,000 weekly or an indefinite period to maintain ho treasury's cash working balance. The new borrowing aroused spec- lation by federal financial authori- es as to whether further bond is- ues would be necessary in June. iscount bills aggregating $300,000,00 come due then, coincident with une 15 tax receipts. Fiscal experts said the major fac- ors of uncertainty were the savings o result from the President's order or sharp economy by all depart- nents for the remainder of the year nd the figure to be fixed as neces- ary for relief. -r— .,..JH», :— DOUBTFUL REWARD COLUMBUS, O.—WJioever stole cast. iron dr^in .pipe from the ounty engineering department lab- red for his loot. Sheriff Jacob Sandusky said it,weighed more hat 800 pounds. It was rolled alon^ n'the'ground and then'loaded on o ft Chapter XXIII looking out over the dark waters, Martha saw that the speeding revenue cutter was close astern of Ciz- nik's vessel. A great mustache of white foam rode along before the clean-cutting prow. Then suddenly a blinding glare of light struck at them. "It's the new coast guard cutter that was brought around from the east coast!" Martha heard one .of the men shout. "This tub can't get away from her." "She's got to!" It was Specldon, roaring above the din. "They've given us one shot as a warning." the other man yelled. "Next time we'll get it square. I'm going to tell Pete to get those engines in reverse!" "Not until Ciznik orders you to," Speddon rasped. Martha and Betty crouched low on the deck, afraid that the illumination of the cutter's searchlight would reveal them to some of Ciz- nik's crew. "We've got just one chance," whispered Betty. "That's to signal that coast guard cutter. If they know we're aboard they won't fire." "But Ciznik is sure to stop." 'Maybe. If he does he'll make certain that the revenue men never see us!" Martha put a hand on Betty's shoulder. "You stay here. I'll try to work around to the other side. Surely they'll be able to see me. If I—" "It might not work, though," the voice of Ciznik said suddenly. "We tricked them that way once with a sailor in women's clothes!" Martha turned, startled. Ciznik stood there on the wet deck, his face working angrily. In his right hand was a revolver. "Don't move, either of you!" He yelled Speddon's name "Take these two below. Jack. Ling Is clown there and he knows what do "But—" "Do as I tell you!" Speddon reached into his pocket. 'Get going," he said. Their hearts like lead, Martha and Betty preceded Speddon down the iteel companionway. "Keep going un;il you get to Clznik's room," Sped- don told them. The placid Oriental was there, as liznik had said. He smiled at Sped- don. "Please hold them quiet with ;un a moment." he said. With surprisingly strong arms, he mshed the two girls onto the bunk, and within half a minute had bound the legs and arms of both securely. They sat stiffly, faces white as paper, watching Ling and Specldon. "What about their traps, Ling?" Speddon asked. Ling smiled. "I have handkerchiefs ready. People meeting death sometimes like to talk." Speddon rubbed his hands nervously. "We,oughtn't to have to do this. We'd never have run afoul of these gals if Neal had not got queer on us." He looked along the passageway. "I'm going up above. Don't forget what Ciznik told you." Ling smiled, and walked across the room. Slowly he opened one of the big port holes wide, and stood there, his eyes half closed. "What—what are you going to do?" Martha cried. "I hope . . . nothing." the old man It was odd how. at this moment, she thought, of Gerry Neal. It was odd she could not hate him. SOtiie- how. she wished that, he, was here. Even though associated with Ciznlfc he would have found some way to help. Yes. she had been a fool. "You'd better let me stick with you," he had said. "You're in something that's bigger than you realize." Me had given her that warning, and she had refused it, had foolishly believed in her strength to fight sortie^ •" thing which she could not see. Her mind stumbled longingly back over the days and weeks. She remembered how she and Betty had started out blithely on their vacation to the coast, had been so careless as to find themselves stranded in San Diego. And then to be caught up from their innocent way, whirled into something from which they could not extricate themselves. If only she had never persuaded Betty they should take a vacation together. If only— But upon some "if," some infinitesimal turn of life, rested all the eventual evils and tragedies of the world. Suddenly Martha wanted to cry put, to scream that it wasn't fair, that it mustn't happen—not to Betty, and not to her. She was young and there must be other moments to live ye- yond this one. Bright moments, like —like that one on the white sands of Carmel. Then she thought bitterly, "I don't deserve to live. I'm still in love with him. I'm still in love with him, and all this is what he stands for!" Betty stirred beside her. "I don't hear anything," she whispered. "We —we must have got away from them!" But no sooner had she uttered the words than there was a frightening, indescribable sound above, as if the cutter's fire had struck. Heavy objects were falling to the deck, and 100 men seemed to be shouting at once. The engines slowed, almost stopped, then trembled into reverse. There was the noise of running feet, and then a lurch of the ship as though it had been rammed hard by a weight equal to itself. Martha looked toward Ling. The ancient Oriental had been thrown to his knees by the lurch. Fascinated, she watched him slowly regaining his feet. "Ling! What the devil—" She saw liznik in the doorway, knew from his tortured face that he and his gang were caught. "Shut that door. Ling!" He started toward the two women. Martha saw his arm raising the revolver. She closed her eyes, cringing closer to Betty, just as the sound of a shot filled the room, rang hideously against the steel, plates. (To Be Continued) KILLED RESIDENT! BLJSSI MUSKEOO, Wis., April 19 (/p)_ The death early today of a 17-year- old girl brought to eight the number of persons of one family who were kiUlXl WhM1 a " ex P losi V6 Substance . ctored in tllc basement of their farm home near here blew up I must do as Misfa Ciznik .suggests." "You can't kill us! They'll find us here and it'll be worse for you than if you let us go!" Ling's thin eyebrows raised. "Find you?" he repeated, altering his voice in question. The eyes rested on the big port hole with its glass swinging wide. "No-o. They do not find you. Not until many days, perhaps." Martha's head seemed to be spinning. She. dared not face Betty. "But perhaps the boat does not overtake us," Ling; said solicitously. "I have seen this happen many times. This ship look very old, very slow—like Ling—but she is really strong. Below us are good engines. Very new. Very fast. You still have a most excellent chance." Most excellent chance! The sinister words rang through Martha's head like a crazy tune. Suppose Ciz- nik did escape the cutter? What would be best—to be dropped, unknowing, into the black water; or to stay imprisoned with Ciznik? the body of another child. The mother, Mrs. Mary Waszak, 54, and seven children were seated around the family radio last night when the explosion demolished their home. Louise Waszak succuinbed to injuries in a hospital today. .. The body of Raymond Waszak, 3, has not been recovered. Coroner Martin Promm said evidence, indicated that 50 pounds ...of phrolol, used for blasting stumps, I had caused the explosion. | Physicians said six of the chil- 'dren—John jr., 18; Lotfie, 16; ^11- nore, 14; Helen, 12; Frank, 8, find Joseph, 5—all died within a ,fgw hours from skull fractures. The mother was killed, instantly. Cottonseed meal may be fed to cows without injury, says A- ; H. Kuhlman, Oklahoma A. .& M,,college dairy specialist, if proper mineral and vitamin supplies are included in the ration. ADDS NEW SERVICE TO THE LINE Leaves Pampa at 7:15 a. m., 11:40 ». m. ana 4:80 p. » tea Childless, Wichita Falls, Ft. Worth and Dallae. For Oklft. City «t 11:40 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. over the Cap Roct .making direct connection with the Greyhound Lines at Shamrock and ride big nice buses over all paved route. Don't ask for next bus, ask for the Cap Rock But. Call your local agent at Bus Terminal, Phone 871. TONIGHT — 8:00 p, m. DISTRICT COURT ROOM Open Meeting of C. I. O. Adolph Germer Special Representative of John L, Lewis Will Speak ALL OIL AND CARRON BLACK WORKERS ESPECIALLY INVITED Local 235 Oil Workersilmon <jpa. -s-r

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