Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 3, 1946 · Page 5
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 5

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, March 3, 1946
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liabilities' of WO Are Listed , March Z—(/P>- 'JBntt Fbfetefr Guiles, alternate Uni|M-- States delegate to the United Nations organization, last night prc- ffiftted a UNO "balance sheet" In f Hleh he liste'd some of the "assets" tffid the "liabilities" of the recent fMJq. meetings. , v-Ofothefferedit side, Dulles pointed tt) fn6 pfbgress made toward a col- OnliP'trMteeshlp' system and the *?s6fiousness" with which the as- iBfribly took relief problems. A "di- ^IsiVe ahd discouraging" develop^ fiierit, he said, was the present "'tfeild toward disharmony." •v Billies said it "was particularly Hard to find ways of working together with the Soviet Union XXX *' Dr. George Shell Dentist Office over 1st National Bank £hone 1482 for appointment Pom pa Dry Cleaners Better Cleaning Always TWO'DAY SERVICE CLYDE JONAS the . barriers ol, £ Hng tthfefi are tfstfd •oftyrftgBfiSt Jn p.nd dangerous ('liter world." "White -'tlw .Sovle't idea of how the united Nations should work may be different fforn. ours, at least they are playing an active part in it. Also, it can be taken as certain that neither the Russian people'nor their leaders have "any conscious desire to. plunge into another war." Later during a press conference, Dulles was .xsked If he thought the atomic bomb had had any effect on AmericaivSoviet relations. He replied that had the United States given the Russians the atom bomb secret, they "Would only think we were slightly imbecile. Largest Increase in Serious Crimes Took Place During 1945 WASHINGTON, March '2—(/P)— Attorney General Tom Clark reported today that the largest annual increase in serious crimes in 15 years took place during 1945. Clark said an FBI crime showed serious crimes jumped 12.3 percent over 1944. The offenses considered in .the survey, included murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, bdrglary, larceny-and auto thoft. These crimes totaled about 1,!>65,541 during 1945 compared with 1,393,055 in 1944, Clark said, adding that this represents a totjal of 4,289 serious crimes committed daily. AT TENTION ! SAND & GRAVEL HAULER The Barnes Pit Is Now Open. Loaders Operating—No Clay or Caliche. Phone 1908 I \ Plenty Rock That Aginy Look of It^y Skin Need A ACTIVE 0ZONE CREAM Neglect a dry skin, and you invite that "years older" look. You tempt lines, and later wrinkles, and you encourage a noticeable scuffing of cuticle that simply .won't take a smooth make-up. This dryness needs tha action of Active Ozone Cream, with its balance of moisture, oil and nascent oxygen, because this skin type, so fine and fragile, with proper care can be so beautiful. 'Notice the exhilarating tingling as this cream goe» into action to lubricate and soften that dry surface . . . to relieve that tense pull of dry skin ... to awaken a flower dewiness to make others say, "How well ycr Jook!" ACTIVE OZONE CREAM, 2.00 and 1.25 HARVESTER DRUG SfUNft fiHAMHOM «MALS HEREF&ftfr Wayne Maddox, rancher, is shown holding; the leash on the grand 'champion of the Hereford female breeder's class in the show held here by the Top o' Texas Hereford Breeders last Monday and Tuesday. L. A. Madelox, fath- er of Wayne, stands next to him. Association officials are looking forward to a better show and sale on the occasion of the third annual event of this land here next year. Army Recruiters Plan Area Tour Representatives of the U. S. army recruiting service will visit surrounding communities this week to accept applications for enlistment in the new regular army, it was announced yesterday by M/Sgt. Fred Daggett, local recruiting officer. The schedule is as follows: Monday, March 4: Miami, 9 a. m. to 12 noon; Canadian, 1 to 5 p. m. Tuesday: Wheeler, 8 a. m. to 3 p. m. Wednesday: Lefors, 9 a. m. to 12 noon; McLean, 1 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. Thursday: Alanreed, 9 to 10:30 a. m'.; Jerlghb, 11 a. 'm. to 2 p. m.; Groom, 3 to 4:30 p. in. Friday: Kingsmlll, 8 to 11 a. m.; White Deer, 1 to 3 p. m.; Skellytown, 3:30 to 5.30 p. m. All interested persons are requested to,appojr at the.pqst, off ice'build- ing in each of the above towns at designated hours. Certain breeds of sheep develop four, five or even six horns. A Vital Message To Men Who Feel Old Why not regain the vim and vitality you once enjoyed? It life apparently has lost its zeal, you again may be able to enjoy life as you did in your youth. It added yeara have slowed down your vim, vitality sad youthful pleasures, here ia a mmplo method that may change your whole outlnnk on life JUKI ask your druggist for CASKI.LA Ktimulating tablets. Take as directed on label, llon't teei old and worn out at 40. tiO or more. Take these lableia regularly until you feel that you have regained the pleasure ol living you once enjoyed. Why be discouraged? Why not try CASKL.LA tablets and regain the verve.and taut of a much younger man? There ta nothing harmful in these tablets. The; contain Celery seed, Thiamin Chloride, Passion Flower, Iron. Ask your doctor or druggist about this formula. The Fampa News has been authorized to present the names of the following citizens as candidates for office, subject to the action of the Democratic voters, at their primary election Saturday, July 27. For District. Judge: WALTER ROGERS For District Attorney: TOM BRALY For County Clerk: CHARLIE THUT For County Commissioner— Prect. 3: JAMES HOPKINS RAY G. BURGER EARL JOHNSON Prect. 1: JOE CLARKE Prcct. 2: WADE THOMASSON For County Attorney: B. S. VIA For County Tax Assessor and Collector: P. E. -LEECH For Sheriff: G. H. KYLE R. H. "Rufe" JORDAN For District Clerk: DEE PATTERSON For Constable, Precinct 2: EAUL LEWIS TAKE-HOME PAY WASHINGTON; March .2.—VP)— Philip Murray said today the CIO's campaign to restore take-home pay is nearing a successful conclusion and now is the time to repel attacks on price control and fight "cinister" labor legislation. Dr. Oscar Huff Physician and Surgeon! General Practice Examining Eyes and Refraction First National Bank Bldg. Office Phone 752 Res. 1C27 STAR CAB CO. Phone 536 NOW'OPERATING 601 S. CUYLER Business Appreciated WE NEVER CLOSE Dependable and Courteous Service The new partners of Gulf Service station, 422 W. Foster, are "Chris" Walsh and "Dink" Altman, . Drive in Today for the Best Service in Town Expert Wash and Lubrication GOOD GULF PRODUCTS These partners, with Bernard "Smitty" Smith, will make your car shine gnd perform smoothly with Gulf Products, Mainly AEout Pampa and Her Neighbor Towns A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Sell at Worley hospital Wednesday, Feb. 27. The baby has been named Rebecca Kay and she weighed 8 pounds at birth. 24 Hour Service. City Cab. Ph. 441.* Mafy Loii Douglas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Douglas, 940 S. Reid, arrived home from Hardin Simmons college at Abilene, Saturday afternoon. She plans to stay in Pampa until Tuesday. Wanted: Two experienced beauty operators at Parisian Beauty Shop..* Mr. and' Mrs. 3'. D. Rdwe from Oklahoma. City are arranging to make their home in Pampa after visiting here during the past week with Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Douglas. Try, us for two days service at the Nu-Way Cleaners. 307 W. Foster. Phone 57.* Mr. and Mrs. Allen Vandover are the parents of a baby boy, born Saturday morning at Worley hospital. The boy weighed in at C pounds 15 ounces. Rent a Nicholodcon for your party or dance. Call GC.* J. B. Oswalt, jr., arrived home Saturday as a civilian after 37 months in the army. He was discharged at El Paso Thursday. He held the rating of corporal and has been stationed at Guam with the air forces since last June. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Golden and son, Harold, from Dimmitt accompanied him to Pampa and are visiting at the home of Mrs. Golden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Oswalt, si 1 . Also visiting at the Oswalt home this weekend are Mr. and Mrs. Angus Oswalt and daughter, Jonnie, from Borger. Mrs. Julia Wacchter. Call 580W for Stanley Products. Orders delivered.* A baby girl, named Noel Elaine, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hawkins at the Pampa hospital Friday night. The baby weighed 0 pounds 4 ounces at birth. Mrs. Hawkins is the former Frances Thompson. Mr. H. W. Burnett, former owner of Imperial Barber Shop is now with the White Way Barber Shop and invites old and new customers to come in.* Fuller Brushes. 514 Cook. Ph. 2152J* Rev. R. Q. Harvey, pastor of the Central Baptist church here, was the guest speaker at the Wellington Kiwanis club luncheon Friday noon. Rev. Harvey, wro spoke on "The Ready Man," was accompanied to Wellington by other Kiwanians: Fred Radcliff, Tom Braly, Ray ', Goodnight and J. L. Swindle. I For Sale: RCA radio. Call 1759M between 6 and 7 evenings.* Mi', and Mrs. O. M. Stevens and Mrs. Stevens' mother, Mrs. Clara Forcum of Oblong, 111., are visiting in Konowa, Okla., over the weekend with Mrs. Stevens' brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Forcum. They were accompenied by Jack Forcum who has been visiting here enroute home after his discharge from the navy. He is the son of Mr .and Mrs. Rolla Forcum. Government approved insulating. Easy payments. Cooper Insulation Co. Phone 2356.* For Veteran's Cab Co. Call 1515.* Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mitchell, 633 N. Faulkner, have had as their guests the past week Mr. Mitchell's uncle, W. B. Mitchell of Wichita Falls, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mitchell, his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell, and sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Baker and daughter, Joleen, all of Crawford, Okla.; and his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mitchell, sr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mitchell, jr., and daughter, Janice, of Borger. Closing out bargains in curtain laundry equipment and furniture. 311 N. Ballard. P^ione 1076.* Miss MHlicent Schaub left Thursday on a flying trip to Nashville, Tenn. She plans to be back Monday. Dance to Blue Rhythm Boys every" Tuesday and Friday nights at Killarney Club.* Worthy Matrons of the Pampa chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, have requested all members of the lodge to meet at the First Baptist church at 1:45 Monday to sit together at the funeral services for Mrs. Belle Wells. For light hauling and package delivery. Phone 55, delivery service.* Pampa Community Singers will be at the United Pentecostal church, 1025 W. Brown, Sunday at 2 o'clock. The public is invited. The Vogue Beauty Shop In Adams Hotel will be closed Monday for remodeling.* Mjss Virginia Lee West, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Russell G. West, has returned to her home after living for some time in Los Angeles where she has been employed. Income Tax Reports. Edgar E. Payne, 208 N. Cuyler. Phone 1434.* Mrs. R. J, Bpps and son, £<*l>y, were in Amarillo yesterday "shopping. CaW Just Rite Cleaners, 480, when you need cleaning and pressing done Just R4ght.* Mrs. J. M. FHzgerald and children went to Amarillo Saturday on a shopping trip. Children's clothes stay neat with our cleaning. Master Cleaners, 218 N. Cuyler.* Speedometers, Uaskets and sirens in stock at Roy <Ss Pob's Bike Shop, 414 W. Browning.* Will pirty.wKo foaiia ba$M of wef wash laundry either lost from SPEED-O-PRINT MJMEOGRAFH MACHINE (Now in Stock) ANP car "or fageti/by. fhista^e- call Allah & Allen Laundry, PhSh'e 784.* FOB SALE: '41 Dodge four door sedan. Extra clean. Excellent condition. Phone 'I474W.* Men: Let us make yonf shirts to order. 309 S. Gillespie. Ph. 2584J.* For Sale: B&by crib tt'Ith adjustable sides and height. Innerspring mattress. Phono 2234.* Health and Beauty go hand in hand. To retain a healthy, slender figure and a clear, young complexion — )'id your body of poisonous wastes! Our Body Sculpture consists of warm, moist heat which purges and flushes the pores, improves circulation and relieves congestion. A relaxing bath, a brisk rubdown, an •invigorating shower leaves you feeling and looking like a million.' Lucille's Bath Clinic, 705 W. Foster. Phone 97.'' For Sale: Household goods, garden tools, steel wheelbarrow and lots for homes, one block senior high. 1501 W. Russell. Geo. W. Kecleng. 15 The Hawaiian and Spanish Guitar School of Primary and Advance Classes Open From 1:00 to 7:00 p.m. 706 W. Foster Phone 403 ': See Doily Classified Ad. GILBERT'S "FASHION HEADQUARTERS" Rayon PANTIES Elastic Waistband. Values $1 to $1.25 Spring and Summer BLOUSES Crepes! Cottons! Jerseys! Value ho $7.95 Wool and Rayon .. HEAD SCARFS Values $2.95 n 100% WOOL Shorties $45 Sizes 10 to 20 FLEECES! SUEDES! GABARDINES! TWILLS! BEAUTIFUL STYLES SUIT YOURSELF FOR SPRING! GABARDINES! CREPES! TWILLS! Sizes 10 to 20 and 38-44 100% WOOL to NEW COTTON DRESSES Sizes 9 tp 15 — 10 to 20 — 38 to 44 $540 ,0 NEW ARRIVALS! SUPS! BLOUSES! GLOVES! I

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