Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on April 20, 1937 · Page 3
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EVENING, APRIL §0, flffi PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Te*&§ 1310k. c. TODAY 4:00 F. M. SOUTHERN CLUB — Hot dnnce arrangements by Eddie Carson's Orchestra. 4:30 P. M. AFTERNOON VARIETIES—Complete variety proRram. 6:00 P. M. NEWS COMMENTARY —Monitor Views the News. Commented on by James Todd. 5:15 P. M. CECIL AND SALLY—Comic Strip of the Air. Sponsored by Culbcr- fton-Smnlllng. 5:30 P. M. STRANGE FACTS — An Interesting program with material taken from the World Encyclopedia. 6:45 P. M. DINNER DANCE MUSrC — Late popular dance releases. 6:00 P. M. KPDN SPORTS REVIEW—Listen in for the baseball scores. Harry Hoarc, sports editor of the DAILY NEWS is Sports Announcer. 6il5 P. M. HILL BILLY SHOW—Sons of the Pioneers. 6:45 P. M. TOMORROW WITH KPDN—Pro- gram resume. 7:00 P. M. THE SLUMBER HOUR — Our BJffn-off program. TOMORROW 0:30 A. M. MUSICAL CLOCK — With good Music, good copy, Farm information and the weather forecast. 7:30 A. M. JUST ABOUT TIME—A Standard Radio production. Nice copy, and the correct time every three minutes. 7:45 A. M. OVER-NIGHT NEWS—Lnte news releases by Transradio, and sponsored by Adkiason-Bakcr. 8:00 A. M. TUNE TEASERS—A daily fen- turc sponsored by Cullum and Sons Motor company. George Taylor is your announcer. 8:30 A. M. BIRTHDAY CLUB —If you or your friends have a birthday, call us and tell us about It. We will do the rest. 8:45 A. M. .LOST AND FOUND BUREAU— A daily feature sponsored by Edmondson Dry Cleaners. 8:50' A. M. EB AND ZEB—A new feature sponsored by Harris Food Stores. 9:00 A. M. SHOPPING WITH SUE—Another daily show. Good recipes and music. 9:30 A. M. MERCHANTS CO-OP SHOW — Jerry at the piano. Program Sponsored by six merchants. 9:45 A. M. EDDiE EBEN—Ora'gn Treasures.' 10:00 A. M. MORNING MELANGE—Complete Variety of music. 10:30 A, M. MID-DAY NEWS — Transrndio news bulletins. 10:45 A. M. ON THE MALL—Band Music directed by Robert Hood Bowers. An NBC production. 11:00 A. M. HOLLYWOOD BREVITIES—News and views, as well us music of your favorite stars. 11:15 A. M. HOME-FOLKS FROLIC — Hill Billy show. 11:30 A. M. LUNCHEON DANSANT — Variety of dance music. 12:00 Noon THE POLICE REPORTER —Intriguing Narrative sponsored by the Puritan Bakery. 12:15 P. M. COMP COMPTON'S BOYS — • Studio program with part of Eddie Carson's band. 12:30 P. M. MUSICAL JAMBOREE ~ Another of . Ray Monday's shows. Good entertainment. 1:00 P. M. MID-DAY NEWS—Late news bulletins from Transradio. 1:15 P. M. ORGAN REVERIES—The after- lunch rest period. 1:30 P. M. .DANCE HOUR — Late popular dance release. 2:00 P. M. GYPSY FORTUNES—Good string music. ' 2:15 P. M. THE GAIETIES. 2:30 P. M. FOR MOTHER AND DAD—Music from the "good old days." 3:00 P. M. AFTERNOON NEWS — Tex Dc- Wecse, Editor of the NEWS brings last-minute news stories. Program originates in the Editorial Rooms of the DAILY NEWS. 3:15 P. M. HARMONIC COWBOY—Hill Billy * program. 3:30 P. M. HARLEM MINSTRELS — Thirty minutes of hot, dusky music from the heart of New York's Harlem. 4:00 P. M. THE SOUTHERN CLUB—Eddie Carson's Band, 4iSO.P, M. PAMPA MERCHANTS PERIOD— Fifteen minutes of varied entertainment. Sponsored by four Pampa merchants. 4;45 P. M. . AFTERNOON VARIETIES. 5:00 P, M. NEWS COMMENTARY—Monitor Views the News. Commented on by James Todd. 5:15 P, M, CECIL AND SALLY—The comic ptrip of the air. Sponsored by Oulberson-Smalling. 5:30 P. M. RADIO BOOK —A weekly book review. You'll really enjoy this. S:4@ P. M, DINNER DANCE MUSIC. 6iOOT. At KPDN SPORTS REVIEW—Harry Hoare, Sports Announcer, 645 P, M. MUSICAli MOMENTS REVIEW— R.vbi,hoff's orchestra with Morton Bowe and Connie Gates as guest artists. 6:3Q p, 1V(, INQUIRING REPORTER—Golden Light's program of questions and Answers. Bob Messer handles this show. ' • 0:45?. M, TOMORROW WJTH KPDN—Pro- gram resume. 7iQO P. M. SLUM.BJ1R HOUR—Our Blgn-otf Listen to YOUH HOME 8TA- -IPJf WPN._jV«_»r»,,,ttyta».tp ?9W w COURT RECORD GRAt COtINt* RECORDS April 16 DEED: Thomas H. Dunn et ux, to Witt. Kyle, lot 3 and 4 In block 13 of the town of McLean. Copy of Minutes. Saulsbury Oil company to exparte. Deed of trust: Saulsbury CHI company to Western Supply company SB'/* and E 40 A of NEtt of section 36 In block 25 and SMi of section 178 in block B-2, and N'/j of section 126 In block B-2. Mineral Deed: John M. Wheeler to Bertha L. Smith, WV4 of the NE'4 of section 57 in block B-2, H&ON.. April 17 Deed of trust: Mrs. P. R. Ash by et vlr, to the P. K. Oil Co., a parcel of land in section 66 in block 23. Oil .gas and mining lease: G. L. Holmes et ux to D. D. Harrington SW'/i of section 158 in block 3 I.&QN Right of way: H. W. Kelley et ux to Sinclair Refining Co., W'/j of NEH of section 10 In block 106 I& GN; Rufus Holmes et ux to Sinclair Refining Co. EV4 of section 106 in block 3 I&GN. Release: Sun Oil company to Dora Neal Huddleston, S'/j of SE'/ t of Quit claim deed: W. R. Campbell to W. S. Roberts all of lots 13 in block 2, lot 4 in block 5, lot 45 in block 12, lot 1 In block 13, lots 8 and 9 in block 14, lot 24 in block 16, lot 27 in block 17, lots 1, 5, 6, 27, 33 and 34 in block 20, lots 13 and 14 In blok 23, ( lot 6 in block 24, lot 25, lot 24 in block 27, lot 13 in block 28, lot 26 in block 29, lots 4 and 27 in block 30, lots 1, 9, 45 and 46 In lock 31, lots 42 and 43 in block 32, lot 10 in block 33, lot 20 In block 34, lot 31 and 32 In block 35, lots 1, 5, 7, 9, 9, 10, 24 and 35 in block 36, lot 8 in block 37, lot 3 in block 38, lot 8, 23, 24, 42 and 44 in block 40, lots 16, 24, 27, and 45 in block 41, lots 4, 19, 28, 33, 35, 41 and 42 In block 42, all of the Wilcox Addition. Waranty deed: J. R. McKlnley et ux to Dewey S. Bond, lot 32 in block 3 of the Hayes Addition. % Mineral deed. James H. Coker to Jennie W. Coker, all of section 49 1 in block A-9, H&GN except the NE'4, all of section 24 In block S, N 304 A of survey 9 in block S, NW 1 /, and the SE of section 10 in block 26 H&GN, all of section 8 in block 26 H&GN, all of section 60 In block A-9, H&GN except NW 1 /,, all of section 70 in block 25 H&GN, all of section 52 in block 25 H&G, all of N14 of section 19 in block 1 ACH&B. N'/j of section 20 in block 1 ACH&B, all of section 7 in block 26 H&GN, all of section 9 in block 26, H&GN except the SW'/i, all of section 51 in block 25, H&GN, all of section 69 in block 25 H&GN, W 360 A of section 50 in block 25 H&GN, the N 1 /. of NW % and the SE'/i of section 11 in block 1, ACH&B, all of section 2, D. C. Davis Pre-emption survey, all of section 1, A. Davis Pre-emption survey. WASHINGTON, April 20 (/P)— Informed persons predicted officials of the United Automobile workers would reject today demands for a walkout of General Motors employes in the United States to show sympathy for their striking Canadian colleagues. The union's executive committee took up the issue after the Canadian strikers had rejected an offer of higher wages and shorter hours without union recognition. The Canadian union men had asked a United States strike to back up their demands. After an earlier strike in this country, General Motors recognized the union as spokesman for its own members. The union executives also arranged for further discussion of organizing workers in Henry Ford's auto plants. ' Homer Martin, president of the auto workers, and other officers would not divulge the campaign plan. Martin disclosed his organization had opened discussions with the National Labor Relations board relative to filing of charges of discrimination and intimidation against Pord. The American Federation of Labor took new action meanwhile against John L. Lewis' insurgent committee for industrial organization, which embraces the auto workers' union. Prank Dillon, a federation organizer, was on his way to Atlanta under orders to take the Georgia federation of labor convention out of the hands of a reputed C. I. O. lieutenant. -On the' monthly menus of the Florida State Prison farm is 58,540 pounds of meat. »» Miss Virginia Kelster has lived for 20 years at 702 Virginia avenue, Virginia Heights, Roanoke, Va. Sleep is natures trrcutcet , restorative. You can't have cood health without It. One cause of disturbed sleep in bladder irregularity. Make this simple test. Help nature eliminate waste and excens acid which can cause the irregularity that may result in disturbed sleep, scanty flow, frequent deaire and burning. Use buchu leaves, juniper oil and 6 other drugs made into little green tablets. Just nay Bukets. Get a test box from any druggist. Locally at City Drue Store, Fatheree Drug Co. , (Adv.) TYPEWRITERS Qfflc? SpjppUej ajMMIi tJCE P»P|W Typewriter Serylpe HMHW 15? 107 N. FtMt By The Associated Press WASHINGTON, April 20—The administration, sticking to a no-new- taxes fiscal program, projected today another year of spending in excess of income. President Roosevelt's revised budget, ready for submission to congress this afternoon, was reported by Senator Robinson (D., Ark.) to call for a $1,500,000,000 relief appropriation for the year beginning July 1. Robinson, the Democratic leader, said after a White House conference attended last night by congressional and administration leaders: "Some members (of Congress) believe the relief appropriation might have been reduced to $1,000,000,000." Robinson said last night's conference developed strong sentiment that "every practical effort should be made to limit expenditur-, es and appropriations so as to close as soon as possible the gap between Income and outgo." He added, however: "The indications are that if appropriations are conformed to estimates the budget will be out of balance. "It is thought ways may be found without increasing taxes to bring the deficit to a narrow margin." The Senate leader joined with Chairman Doughton (D., N. C.) of the House ways and Means committee in saying no new taxes were contemplated at this season. The White House conference was designed to put finishing touches on a broad revamping of income- and spending estimates for both the 1937 and 1937 fiscal years. If another deficit Is chalked up during the 1938 fiscal period, it will be the eighth consecutive year the government has operated in the red. Faced with a $6,000,000 spread between income and outgo each day, the treasury has started a new financing operation to put $50,000,000 weekly into federal coffers. The first of a series of $50,000,000 discount bills issued to provide new cash was sold yesterday at an average interest rate of 0.545 per cent. The treasury had $300,000,000 of bills maturing June 15, and some authorities predict these will be replaced with long-term obligations. The bills now being issued will mature September 15, when third- quarter income tax collections pour in. CflMPLIT ISli STORE A complaint was on file in county court today against the F. and L. Package store, W. Foster-st. for alleged violation of the state liquor law by selling liquor on Sunday. The complaint was signed by E. S. Carter, agent for the Texas Liquor Control Board. TEWS UNIVERSITY CO-ED IS SELECTED HUTS DES MOINES, April 20 (/P>—Jack N. Campbell, editor of Quax, Drake university year book, announced today selection of Frances Rondalph Bather, 20-year-old tJniverslty of Texas senior, as queen of the Drake relays for 1937. Miss Rather Is a member 'of Phi Beta Kappa, honorary scholastic fraternity and of PI Beta Phi, national social sorority. She Is 5 feet 5 Inches tall, weighs 115 pounds and has blue eyes and brown hair. Campbell said the queen was selected on intelligence, beauty, personality and poise from 20 candidates representing colleges and universities in all parts of the country. Miss Rather is majoring in English at the University of Texas and will receive a bachelor of arts degree In June. Her home is in Austin, Texas. WHAT A WRECK CONSTIPATION MAKES Constipation can dull your whole life. Headaches, poor complexions — tired, lifeless days are often the results. Also, many serious diseases. Get rid of common constipation now with a ready-to-eat cereal — Kellogg's ALL-BRAN. ALL-BRAN brings you the two things your system needs to act naturally: "bulk" and vitamin B to help tone the intestines. Within the body, ALI/-BRAN absorbs more than twice its weight in water — forms a soft mass, and gently clears the intestines of wastes. It acts naturally. Pills and drugs seldom cure constipation. You just keep on increasing the dose and switching from one laxative to another. Just eat two tablespoonfuls of Kellogg's ALL-BRAN every day, three times daily if needed. Serve as a cereal with milk or cream, or use in recipes. Sold by all grocers — made and guaranteed by Kellogg in Battle Creek. You Get Better Cleaning For Less Money Every Day at DRYCLEANERS One-Day Service all Times Suits and Plain Presses 75c Delivered SOc Cash and Carry Phone 88 WEDNESDAY SPECIAL! BLANKETS Send your Blankets to us Wednesday! We will clean them perfectly with our superior process and return them to you in cedarized moth-proof bags—ready to be put away till you need them next fall! You pay us what you think the job is worth, when the blankets are returned! We know you'll like our quality cleaning! Phone 616 'Pampa's Fnest" Opening Event Of Texas Furniture Co.—Tomorrow DON'T MISS THIS STYLE SHOW OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS NEVER HAS SUCH AN ARRAY OF FURNITURE BEEN EXHIBITED IN PAMPA, AND WE WELCOME YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE AND SEE WHAT'S NEW, WHETHER YOU ARE IN NEED OF FURNITURE OR NOT. EXTRA VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OUR GIFT TO YOU A BEAUTIFUL ROTARY ELECTRIC CLOCK - - $5 VALUE FREE WITH EACH PURCHASE OF $5 OR MORE. ONLY A LIMITED QUANTITY -OF THESE SO COME EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 21st FREE ELECTRIC MIXER FREE With Each ROUND OAK RANGE Evei'y home needs an electric mixer and this is a dandy one and costs you nothing when you buy AMERICA'S FINEST GAS RANGE DURING OUR SPRING OPENING EVENT VOLUME SELLING MAKES OUR LOW PRICES! BEDROOM SUITE DEPARTMENT Exhibits the New Blond Maples. Prime Vera, Mahogany Colonial Maples Walnut Combinations :SEE THESE CREATIONS! Snappy styles for all rooms. Four-piece suites priced as low as 52 .50 LIVING ROOM SUITE DEPARTMENT Displays the New Styles by Kroehler, Furniture City Valentine Seaver, and Metropolitan Prices are advancing rapidly and our values will reveal we are absorbing these through an increased volume of sales. VOLUME SELLING MAKES OUR LOW PRICES! New Lifetime Venetian Blinds With the Kirsh Sun-Air Aluminum Slat Blind j uan not warp. No j draft ventilation. 40 4 per cent better distribution of light. It's j new—It's practical— j it's sensible. SEE IT ON DISPLAY AT OUR STORE 3-Way Electric Table Lamps Gives you the degree of light you want in beautiful pottery and metal bases. sg and up Phoenix Platform Rockers They are New No rockers to wear your carpet. Beautifully styled and form-fitting comfort. Blond Maple Bentwood Living Room Pieces Something new and different in living room furniture. Buy the pieces you need. Carefully matched by decorators of authority. Combination Game and Lunchean Sets For entertaining your guests and for conveniently serving them. IP IT'S NEW WE HAVE IT! Perfect Natural RUGS The rugs that can not fade, can not v/atcr .spot, because thej contain no dyes. Made in 23 sizes. Beautiful patterns at popular prices. Air-Conditioned GRUNOW Electric Refrigerators SEE THE NKW GRUNOW—It's im- portaut to know what's inside the pipss and coils of the electric refri? gerator you buy. These are just a few of our High Spots. Our 12,000 square feet of floor space is filled with interesting styles and surprising values.,,. Enjoy a day with them, Texas Fur niture Company "Pampa's Most Complete Home Furnishers" GUY E, MeTAaGART, Mgr,

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