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PAMPA NIWS SVell Known Irish Lddy Leaves Here ' jMte Mickey conally, that grand ptife*bted Irish -.voman, was to leave this afternoon on the 2:57 train for St" Louis Where she will make her home with the French Sisters at the Chapel or St. Charles Borromco, 3400 South Grand Boulevard. Known as Mickey, she formerly owned "that little ol' ca-fay" on North Frost for iibout 15 years before giving it up about a month aeo because of poor health. Friends offered to take Mickey to St. Louis by car in a couple days. Mickey said she had traveled before she came to Pnmpa and that she was going today because she line! planned on gohir; today. She was to go by herself. The Chapel of St. Charles Borro- mco is a beautiful institution of nil order of nuns of t.hc Cntholir church. Mickey is feeling better than before, she said the other dny. Since the time Mickey cjuit her cafe business ;;he has been busy every minute. Friends took her to dinner every evening. Fathers ol the Holy Souls Catholic church saw that she had transportation to at tend mass every day. She was al ways busy seeing friends or writ ing letters when we chanced by. Living in her little house in the 400 blo:k on West Kingsmill, Mickey often called in children to help mil errands. One day she seemed quite proud of a little fellow who had helped her in sonic way. Mickey had offered the boy a dime. The fellow declared he was a Boy Scout, said Mickey, and wouldn't 'take it. Labor Disputes JEFF D. BEARDEN Representing THE FRANKLIN LIFl INSURANCE CO. Phone 47 Pampa, Texas Dr. George Snell Dentist Office over 1st National Bank Phone 1482 for appointment Washed and Screened GRAVEL High Early and Regular Cement. Transmix Concrete & Material Co. (Deliveries Anywhere) 620 s. Kussoii riionc <I:JH (ContiimcQ from page 1) handle the nation's long distance calls. John J. Moran. president of the long distance workers, said his members will go on strike as scheduled at G a. in. Thursday along with 1G other groups affiliated with the Independent National Federation of Telephone Workers. An AT&T official said the company l:ad suggested continuing the negotiations but a future meeting had not been set. AT&T yesterday raised its previous offer of a 14.3 cents hourly wage increase to 15 cents, but Moran, terming this "a peanut offer," said the union still is demarding 18'j cents. As around 800.000 continued idle in l-.ibor disputes, three were these Mainly Atom * Pampa and Hef Neighbor Towns The Pampa Civic chorus will mctt tonight at 8 o'clock in the First Baptist church for rehearsal. Intensive practice is now being held on the Elijah and numbers for the spring concert which will be given on Monday evening, May 6, of music 24 Hour Service. City Cab. Ph. 441.* G. C. Stark was called to Monett, Mo.. Sunday by the death of his nether, Mrs. G. W. Stark. He plans o return the latter part of the week. Fuller Brushes. 514 Cook. Ph. 2152J* Miss Lucille Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Oarlock, is recovering at Worlcy hospital after a major operation last Wednesday. For Veteran's Cab Co. Call 1515.* Pentecostal singing school, under • the direction of Mai-Jin Kealon will l.tgin tonight at 7 o'clock and will bp held every night for ten days, in the church at 1040 W. Brown. The public is invited to attend these singing classes where church hymi will be practiced. .Dance to Blue Rhythm Boys ever Tuesday and Friday nighis 'at Ki larney Club. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Cobb, of Mon roe, Lii., are visiting with Mr. an PRIZE CALF BRINGS $*76,fiO -V SPEED-O-PRINT MIMEOGKAPII MACHINE (Now in Stock) ARTMETAL FILES AND OFFICE DESKS Typewriter Repairing COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS Pampa Print Shop Printers and Office Suppliers 306 W. Foster Phone 1233 IS GETTING UP NiGHTS GETTING YOU DOWN? Thousands say famous doctor's discovery gives blessed relief from irritation of the bladder caused by excess acidity in the urine Why suffer needlessly from baclrachcs, run-down feeling from excess acidity in other labor developments: 1. A new development came in the 19-week strike of independent San Francisco machinists which had idled 50.000 related workers. At Fresno, delegates to the California Conference of Machinists endorsed the pledge to Harry W. Brown, president of the International Association of Machinists, to effect an early settlement of the wage dispute. 2. A General Electric Co. spokesman said OE has given the mayor of Philadelphia "ironclad assurance" no attempt will be n-.ode to hire strikebreakers at the Quaker City plant where mass picketing | was outlawed by a court injunction Officials of the striking CIO Elec trical Workers union had indicated the union would abandon its defiance of the injunction if the company gave assurance it would not use strike-breakers. Wcstinshouse and union leaders were to meet today in New York in conciliation conferences aimed at settling the 48-day stoppage. Involved in the wage dispute are 175 000 workers at GE and Westinghouse. 3. The soft coal industry's answer to John L. Lewis' request for reopening of mine wage talks was reported in preparations. It probably will reach Lewis within the next day or two. 4. The UAW-CIO agreed with Detroit tool and die manufacturers for a 20 cent hourly wage increase, subject to approval of the Automotive Tool and Die Manufacturer association. •O medicine. SWAMP ROOT acts fast onVhe kidneys to promote the flow of urine and relieve troublesome excess acidity. Originally created by a practising physician, Dr. Kilmer's is a carefully blended comiii- .nation of 16 herbs, roots, vegetables, balsams. Absolutely nothing harsh or habit- forming in this pure, scientific preparation. Just good ingredients that quickly act on the kidneys to increase the flow of urine and easa discomforts of bladder irritation. All druggists sell Swamp Root. Recruiter To Be In Pampa Tomorrow A representative of the navy re- cruitin'.? station in Amarillo will be at the Pampa post office from 10:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. tomorrow to accept applications for navy. Come ro Pampa Music Store for your music needs. PAMPA MUSIC STORE m N. Cu.vlcr 1'honc G89 Recovery depends on the efficiency of Q prescription Our prescription filling is done with the freshets mosi dependable ingredients. Have your doctor call in your prescription and it will be ready when you call for it. HARVESTER DRUG WE GIVE S AND H GREEN STAMPS Mrs. Don Glaxn.ir. 701 N. Gray. Mr Cobb and Mrs. Glaxner are sister For light hauling and package tie livery. Phone C5 Delivery Service.* Mr. and Mrs. Evan Wray am daughter of Plainview, Texas, visite over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs Harold Wright. Income Tax Reports. Edgar E 3Uync, 208 N. Cuyler. Ph. 1434.* Will Crow of Canadian was trans noting business in Pampa today. Men: Let us make your shirts to order. 309 5. Gillespie. Ph. 2084J.* A daughter wus bom to Mr. anil Mrs. Harry I. Hughes, White Deer this morning at 10 at the Pampa hospital. The child, yet unnamed weighed 7 1/2 pounds at birth. Will party who found basket of wet wash laundry either lost from tar or taken by mistake call Allen & Allen Laundry. Phone 784.* Mr. and Mrs. !•". S. Cochran, i:!M N. Charles, had both thrir .sons home this past weekend. Bill, who was discharged nearly a year ago and has been attending Oklahoma university arrived Friday night f-jr the weekend, and Bob, who is in the V-5 navy training program a I, 'Bc-town, Texas, was at home between semester, coming home Tuesday and leaving by plain for Austin Sunday. Lost from Pampa Motor Freight, one carton of men's hats from Texas Miller Hat Corp., Dallas, Texas. Phone 1040.* Dale Thut S 2/c leaves tomorrow for Bainbridge, Md., after spending his ten day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thut. He hat- been in service 14 months and during that time has been stationed at San Diego, Calif., Sampson, N. Y., Great Lakes, and now at Bainbridge, where he helps in the personnel center. For Sale: Mahogany desk and chair, excellent condition, also automobile radio. 1114 E. Browning.* New members of the First Baptist church, joining the chur:h by letter Sunday, were: Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Howe from Midwest City. Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul McDonald and sons, Robert and Paul Glen, from Guymon, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Smith from Stamford, Texas; and Mr. nml Mrs. Bill Dennis from Mineral Wells and Gordon, Texas, respectively. Automatic Burglar Alarms for your car, also Southw'ind heaters. Pampa Garage & Salvage, 808 W. Kingsmill. Phone 1061.* Miss Mary Lou Douglas, a student at Hardi/i Simmons university in Abilene, Texas, was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Douglas, over the weekend. Herman Crawford, jr., is at homo with his parents at 119 N. Purviance after receiving his discharge from the navy. *(A<Jv.) The fltegfo hnttrd a'plecfe of .„,.oh the flobf. the stetetfieht said he decided tb Choke her. The states inent added he tightened the fbpe' around her heck for five or 10 minutes, until she ceased to breathe. Then he went to the main building to find a place to hide the bodies, the statement continued. Discovering the pit, he cut the ropes from Koontz's body and rolled the body into the 10-foot deep concrete pit. Returning to the toolshed, Woolridge said. hte carried Mrs. Coleman's body to the pit and untied the rope from her hands. He low- ired the body into the pit. [ •• • JM| ,.,•.» ^ i tm -v Her Declared War Bui Had No Idea How To Win • > The Panhandle Packing company paid 90 cents a pound for the reserve champion Junior livestock show calf at the show and sale which were held here last Monday and Tuesday under the auspices of the Pampa chamber of commerce and the Top o' Texas Breeders association. J. D. Mize is shown above with the champion, which he raised under the FFA program. The calf broughl ?G7G.80. :00 KPDN T340 on Your Dial MONDAT Tunes by request. /:su— The Publisher Speaki. '1:15- — Voice of the Army. :00— Here's Howe. >:15 — Jimmy nm! HOECM- 5 :30— Captain Midnight— MBS. B:-I5— Tom Mix. 0:00— Fulton Lewis, Jr.— MHS. :l. r i— Your r«slm:in Kim,'* — JIBS G :80— Krmih Sinicitiei— M1IS IMS— Insidn of Sjinrls— MBS. :00— Adven. of Bulldog Drummund— MUS. :"!»- OI'A IVnL-ram. :.IS— LcNl. We Foirel. :«n— (Jabricl Hoatl-ei — MBS. ":15— Kenl Stories from Iteal Life. — MBS :30~Spotliitht Bands— MHS. lilin— Hi'in-y .7. Tnylor M UK. :!•'• --r'iL'hl nf MIL Week MliK. :(!0— All The News -MBS. : in— Dun Mcfirain's Oi-rli.— MUS. :KO~r'cHiiiK is Miiliuil— MHS. :•>!> -Hiiy Anthony's Orch. — MUS. 10:00— eioodnisht. 'PRINCESS PAT ^, Pioneer Canadian Man Dies Sunday Night- Robert H. Voorhees, 79, a resident of Canadian for 39 years, died at his home there at 10 o'clock last night. He is survived by a brother, V. I. Voorhees, Canadian, and a sister, Mrs. Minnie Hise of Durant, Okla. Funeral arrangements by Duenkel- Carmichael of Pampa are pending the arrival of relatives. WE PICK UP THE PIECES AND PUT THEM TOGETHER AGAIN No mailer liuw serious Ihe accidenl; no mutter where it has happened, we will come and tow you back to our garage where our expert me- qhanics will put your car back in A-l running or- cter. NOW AVAILABLE! RIPAIR LOANS Gel' a loan from us lo cpyer it-—'take plenty of time to pay ys. back vvjiile you earn '. , , yvhile yo.u gnjoy yw repaired CQC, No use taking a loss selling or trading your car in when a few dollars wisely spent for good repair will keep it safely on the road for many months longer! See Us Now! AMERICAN B0DY SHOP •-'" J ' ' ' * Wienel94 King Statement (Continued from page 1) :ret telegrams. Capt. Gordon Lunan, a member of the Canadian information service, who was described by Mr. King as "tin: head of a group of agent;;" acting under the "personal direction" of the assistant Russian military at- tache hero, Edward Wilfred Ma»erall, an electrical engineer in the national research council working on radar. Kathleen Mary V/illsher, employed in the office of the British high commissioner as deputy registrar, who madi; discolsures of the contents of some secret documents from that office." The rt')x>;'t said: 'The evidence indicates tlmt, in addition, many other agents were active and that information more intrinsically important has been disclosed. We are not, however, as yet in a position to report with regard '•thereto as the evidence has not been fully developed. High Standard Dry Cleaning BoB Clements 114 W. Foster Phone 1342 Pat Ryan is a featured actress on "Real Stories From Real Life," Mutual's human interest drama, broadcast Monday through Friday. TUESDAY ON KfUH 0:30—Yawn I'atrol. 1 Ml— Open liililo. 7:30—Johnny Helta. 7:45—1'ianu Moods. 8 :00—Frazier Hunt—MRS. 8:15—Shmly Valley Folks—MBS. 8:20—Shady Viillcy Folks—MUS 8:30—Shady Valley—MliS. 8 :!>5—Moments of Melody. 9:l)l>—Oiiev. Over Uithtly--M US. 9:15—Failh in Our Town—MBS. !l:80 Tic- Toc-k Time—MliS. fl :•!!•.—Fun Wilh Music—MBS. 111:01)—Oui I Brown—MliS. l":ICi—Klsii Maxwell MliS 10:311—Take It Easy Time- MBS. 10 M — Victor H. Mmlalir—MUS. 11:00—I,ylc- Van News -MBS. 11:15—Morton Downey.—MBS. 11 :30—J. L. Swindle. 11:15—Fort Mead Band— MUS 12 :00—Puraley ProRrara 12:]5--r,um and Abncr. 12 ::jO Paris Fashions—MUS. 12:46—John J. Anthony—MBS. 1:00—Cedrlo Foster—MBS, 1:15—Smile Time—MUS. 1:30—Queen for Today.—MBS. 2 :OU- True Confessions- Mutual. 3:30—President Truman and Winston Churchill—-MBS. 2:.|5—Sont-3 in a Modern Manner 3 :00—Erskin Johnson—MBS. 8:16-The Johnson Family.—MBS. «:«0—Mutual's Melody Hour—MBS. 4:00—THIICB J!y Keiim-»l Tonight on Networks NHf- V ('avah'iiile of America ; 7:30 Howard Barlow's (Jivliuilrii ; S Don Voor- heeb; «:30 Information Please . . (JBS — 7 Vox J'uji; 7:30 Joan Davis: S Jt;'dio Theater; SI Screen (iuilrl Players . . ABO— 7:30 Fat Man: 8 I Deal in Crime; 8:30 Forever Tups: II Bill Thompson Com- tedy . . . MliS— 7 Bulldof Drummond ; 7:30 Sherlock Holmes; S:30 Spotliuhl Bands. Tiilniirrow on Networks NIK,' ,s : ;((i ,1.111. Daytime Clnsnirs ; II Words ami Mimii-; 7 p.m. .Johnny Desmond; 7:!l» Dale With Judy; X:3(l Fiuber Mel lee and Molly; il j!ol> Hope; IP : 311 lied Skellon . . . cuts ,S:10 a.m. ArrblTr Plane Crash (Continued from page 1) for tail and one wing, a few min utes after reporting at 7:53 a. m It was over El Centre, Calif. The worst previous crash, check of records disclosed, was 01 Jan. 10, 1945, when 24 persons were killed in an American Airlines' plane near Los Angeles. Hail and snowstorms hampered the rescue parties and the path- clearing crew. A sheriff's party readied the crash scene, 1,500-feet from the summit, yesterday afternoon. They found all but the tail section and a part of the wing had been destroyed by flames. Bill Reid, army veteran of the Fifth cambat camera unit recently discharged, was among the first rescuers returning from the mountain. "It smelled like Manila, the fire and the bodies," he said. The bodies of 23 adults and two infants were found by searchers before the hunt was abandoned to await the dawn. Bodies of the other two passengers are believed to be in the charred wreckage. Eight navy planes that attempted to fly over the mountain were forced back yesterday by strong winds and fog, but a coast guard plane later discovered the wreckage from the air and started the search. The flight originated in New York at 12:02 p. m., Eastern Standard Time, Saturday. Sixteen passengers boarded the plane at Dallas, Texas, at 1:41 a. m., Central Standard Time, Sunday. Capt. S. L. Stoner, the pilot, was under orders to cruise at 8,000 feet to avoid the lofty Laguua mountain range, American Airlines officials said. Grade Reports By GRAClE ALLEN Well, I see a nudist organization is making speeches and urging people to join their movement when all they actually need is a little pa- ,tience. If they'll just sit around and ; wait, the clothing shortage will make 'nudists of the rest of us whether j we want to be or not. The head of the | nudists believes ive'd be assured of i ;vorld peace if ev- srybody took their clothese off. He says that people understand each ather better when they look alike and that in the natural state it would be hard to o'racle tell an American from a German, Maybe so, but my goodness, clothes or no clothes, I'd never, make the mistake of confusing Hermann Goering with one of those Oklahoma Aggi.es basketball players. The only argument I can see for nudism is that if I stayed out in the sun too long it wouldn't be so noticeable that my nose was peeling. .*. HONESTY TWIN FALLS, Ida., March 4.— (fl*) —"Here's the money for the haircut and here's $3 to cover the bum check I gave you." Somewhat taken aback, Barber Charles Russell told the customer IB didn't remember cashing a bad check. .... ^ . "It was about ten years ago," said he customer. "You had a shop over on Main street then." Russell remembered, smiled and cceptcd the money. fty DANIEL DIE ttJCE NUERNBERG, March "4.—(/P)—one month after he declared war on the United States, Adolf Hitler confessed he had ho idea how to win it. A strangely befuddled fuehrer, stnrnmefing apoligies for<the failure of his grandiose ijlans during 1941 Is depicted in captured transcripts from his own chancellory. On a single afternoon—Jan. 3 1942—Hitler attempted to console himself and official callers with esc alibis: "If the German army had only had six more days of good weather before the arrival of the mud they would have thrust into Moscow." "Rommel's retreat was due to the Italian failure to protect supply convoys to Africa. one hundred and twenty tanks were waiting at Naples for shipment." "The Italians ore very reckless with their utterances. They have light-minded conversations and use an insecure code." "The loss of motor transport to the -cold was the greatest German loss in the Russian winter. In the past month, only 3,000 soldiers were missing on the Eastern Front; only 100 amputations." "No 'strategic withdrawals' are made. The Russians must pay with blood every day. The Russians use Kfiftllsh Send an efiltfg iICC6 ..-n against single cd&stfil frat* . - 7 —- an isolated tfofwtglfih' fflftfidft, and in this w-fiy achieve sftSfl slic* feesses. At important points 11K8 Na? - vik nothing could happen." "England wahts 'tfl'BHflfv thd "United States forces to Libf & fie* cause she fears that if the' tthite'd States goes into East Asia :it won't get. out." HAROLD WRIGHT Insurance Agency "Right Service" W. Foster Relief At Last ForYourCough cause ij; goes right to the seat of tha trouble to help lobsea and exoel germ laden phlegm, and aid toatura to soothe ahd heal taw, tender, la- flamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the Way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. for Coughs, ChesfrCo/ds.Bronelilfa MANN'S B R E A D the News Classified Ad-' 4 Sdiopl of . (ioilfrcy; ;i p.m. House Party Hie; Air; 7 Bin Town; 7:30 Theater of Jtumance: S Inner Hanctum . . . ABC H a.m. Bride and (lioom; 2:30 Ladies Be Seated; K (Juy Lombardo . . . MBBS— 8:15 a.m. Shady Valley Folks; 12:15 Luncheon With Lopez ; 7 Nick Carter; 8:30 Forum of tiiu Air. Koacl .Pampa News Classified Ads Brown Rites Set at White Deer Tuesday Funeral services for Harry E Brown, who died at his home iii White Deer Saturday, will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow from the Bap- Jst church in White Deer with the Reverend Upton, pastor in charge. Burial will be in the White Deer iemetery under the direction of Duenkcl-Carmichael Funeral home of Pampa. He is survived by the widow, one daughter, both of White Deer, and a step-son and step-daughter. iCHT COUGHS "** due to colds .. . cased without "dosing". Rub on VAPORUB APPROVER gY 2 GENERATinMg DR. L. J. ZACHRY OPTOMETRIST First National Bank Bldg. For Appointment Phone 2G9 Be it playtime appetite or mealtime "balance," MANN'S GENUINE MALTED MILK BREAD pleases every member of the family. Only the finest ingredients can make a loaf as rich, crusty and packed with slice-for-slice goodness as is MANN'S GENUINE MALTED MILK BREAD. '' ' Mann Baking Co., Amarillo, Texas "A Toasf-to-HeoIth" with every slice. Sloyings (Continued from page one) for a while and then was noticed by Koontz, who remarked, "Do you know who I am?" .Woolridge said he told Koontsj he knew his identity and he said Koontz then said, "You'll never live to tell." The Negro said Koontz then lunged at him and he seized a sash weight and struck Koontz. He then felt the man's heart and believed him to be dead. 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