Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 22, 1947 · Page 10
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Pampa, Texas
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, Jafie 22, [ongressman Ask tureau lo Repair Irrigation Works ... WASHINGTON— iff)— Rep. Fer- iaiidca (D-NM) said yesterday that the problems of (he Port Sumnnr Irrigation district in New Mexico can tvot wait the signing of a compact between Texas and New Mexico for use of waters of the Pecos River. Fernandez testified before a Senate Public Lands subcommittee on a bill to authorise the reclamation bureau to repair irrigation works of the district. Texas officials oppose the measure of the ground that now irrigation developments on the Pccos should nwait an agreement behvecn the two states on use of the dntovs. The proposed Fort S'imner project. Rc-p. Thomason (D-TcxaM said, would VP- sult in the cultivation of an addi- | tionnl 1,500 acre:; of land. j The immediate 1 need nt Fuvt SumnfT, Fernandez t^kl (.ho com- ; miliee is for the 1 construction ol n : new diversion dam. and rchabilita- ! tion of the canals and pumping nnd riiirmge systems. If this is done, he said, the same fmount of water now bc'inu; used to | irrigate 5.000 acres will bf 1 sui'li-i cient for 6,500 acres, and Texas • funning intcresls on the lower Po- j cos would not suffer. Fernandez said ihnl any cumput-t for use of the Pti.-os could not lie arrived at between Texas ami New PRISCILLA'S^'POP Mexico before 1949, and that in the meantime the situation of the Fort Sumndr farmers—where their present diversion dam is in danger of being washed out by floods—is "desperate." Thomason told the committee that Texas has no objection to .reconstruction of a diversion dam, but fesls that the proposed bill may be a step towarcl taking water for the irrigation of more land in New Mexico, while Texas farmers along the river arc? already short of water. The same view was expressed by Senator Connally (D-Texas). The bill was taken under advisement, by the subcommittee. Legal Records Mamas" Licenses The following- wc-re granted licenses to v/cd over the weekend in the office of Coun'y Clerk Charlie Thut: Clo.y E. Bhnton and Mnr»Ie God- cUiv;l.' J. D Williams and Azif- Wilborn. Clyde B CumniiiiRs, and Mrs. Cicone Ell.'i White. Fred .lames (jarc.thcrs and Bur- l.-iiia Jean Crossman. Alfrr-d F. Myers ;.nd Elaine Dawson. Ttcallv Transfers C. F. Maderia ;mtl wife, Helen I.oui.v M-Kleria. to R. R. Watson: AH of Lot number 4 situated in Block 3 of the pnrkhill addition of tin- city of Pviinpu J. D. HiiKhes and wife', Medu .liiiKlii's. to Hoy f.l M:t<on; AH of Lt(s numljcrcd 3 J'.ncl 10 situated in By Al Vermeer I\'G never seen Car/y/e so excited. He's making a// sorts of plans for summer vacation. &. YHe cou/d hardly •sat dinner Sort of makes you yesrn for the old high school doesn't it? fin/hen I think of those wonderful long vacations— v it sure does!, 'But when I think of those -geometry problems- it sure doesn't/ OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS tiff CLASSIFIED ADS Cla»sfied Ada are accepted until I:SO a. m. for week day uubHcation on »me day. Mainly About Pampa ads antll noon. Deadline for Sunday paper —Classified ads, noon Saturday; Maln- fy About Pampa, 4 P. m. Saturday. CLASSIFIED RATES 'Minimum ad three 6-polnt lines) 1 Day—23c per line. 2 Days—20c per line per day. 3 Days—15c per line per day. 4 Days—13c per line per day. 5 Days—12c per line per day. 8 Days—lie per line per day. 7 Days (or lonKer)—lOo per line per day. Monthly Rate—$2.00 per line per month ( no copy change). 3—Special Notices PliOKFCSSlOXAIj ISi-forilliiff made of anyone, anyv.'hprf, any time. Call It's Time to Have Your Timepiece Checked . . . Watches, clocks repaired, antique elm-Its i-f-pali-Pd. 020 S. Faulkner. D. B. Hamrick. Ph. 376-W Eagle Radiator Shop 516 W. Foster Phone 547 4—Lost and Found ,<T I: A S F.T> Park Jrrsi'v hi-ifi-r cow. Mii.-ill lim-ns. \vhll""- ."|>ols on flank and I'vri, \vcai-lii(J halli-f. Plciiiii' IMinni- 7S-1.I. in- !IL!S Uordon SL Garages and Service Hank Breining, Lefors, Texas (Vnsh, lubrleatlgn.' auto Bervlce. Killian Bros. Garage 115 N. Ward Phone 1810 POM'T fELU WHY? Why not get that new motor before starling on your vacation? Enjoy your vacation with new engine performance, Cornelius Motor Co. Chrysler—'Plymouth 3J5 W. Foster_ '_ Phone 346 Block 1 of the Wilcox addition of the ctiv of Pampa. Hui;hcs Development, Company to Qu'eniin O. Williamson and wife, I.emo. Williamson; All of Lot number 7 situated in Uluc.k (i ol the Wyn- nriiea addition of tho oily of Pain- Maude TToplnn. 1 ; and husband, ChitJ'lc;; li. Hopkins, to O. P. Blaiik- Vvt-ll; A out 1 Mxl.n interest, in the. northrrly one hull' of Survey 54 ieealed in Block B-3 of the H&GN Railroad Company surveys ol Gray County. D. Crawford Atkinson Jr., and wife 1 , Chri.itine. Atkinson to Luke C. McCleUanct; A on-. 1 tenth interest in the- westerly 70 feet oi Lots number 1 and 2 and the westerly 70 feet, of the southerly 25 feet of Lot number 3 nil situated in Block n of the original town of Pampa. D. Crawford Atkinson Jr., and vile, Christina Atkinson, to Luke C. McClelland; A one twentieth interest in the westerly 40 feet of Lots number 1 land 12 situated in Block 31 of the original town of Pampa and al lot' Lot number 2 situated in Block 20 of the Southside addition oi the city of Pampa. L. L. Sone and wife, May Alice Sonu, to J. O. McCoy; A one half interest in Plots numbered 127 and 13(5 located in the suburbs of Pam- Henry Urtaant:nyl: rind wife. Joy UvbancV.yk, to Fred Urbanc/.yk; The northwest one quarter of Survey 158 located in Block B-2 of the H&GN Kfiilroud Company* surveys of Gray County. G. H. Kyle and \vife, Hacha Kyle, to L. L. Sone anil J. O. McCoy; The northerly one hc.lf of Section 70 .located in Block 3 of the l&GN Tiailroacl Company surveys of Gray County. Divorce Suits FiSctl The following suits in divorce were filed over the weekend in the of- tices of District Clerk Dee Patterson: Madge Caviness versus Dayton All red Cavinehh. Ruth Camp versus Vernon Camp. Other Itecords The plea i'or removal of legal disabilities of George W. Thut, Jr., filed and grunted Friday in 31st District Court here by District Judge Lewis M. Goodrich. Man becomes very dull mentally under the great pressure of ocean depths, tests show. 5-—Gara§e9 and Service Cohf. Now Open for Business . . . Sinclair Products, Sfervk'e Station, wash and grease. Don Riley, Owner & Mgr. 700 S. Cuyler Phone 220? Lawrence Gulf Sev & Garage Tune up, (jfiu-ral Motor Tlopftlr. Com- plctp AVnsh nnd Lubrication. 920 Afcock. Phs. 9531 & 351. Jack Vaughn "66 ' Service Phillips "66" Products Wash — I_ubrlca\'.loft $01 9. Cuyler Fftye 9669 Special 10 Gallon RpRtilar Gas for $2.00. The P. K. One-Stop ' "Mac" McCullum - SIiop Foreman. 403 W. Foster Phone 2266 Me Williams Motor Co. Pampa Safety Lane—Ph. 101 Shock absorbers for all cars. General repair work. JDfflclent service. 6—TronsportoHon CAK IjlOAYIXG fell- DPP Jlnllio.o, Iowa 2i!t!i JUIM-. ('a utakp 'A passfngorp SPI> .Inhnle Hk-li, House fv. Cabot Sf-hnfffi- Co nil' nt'tpr "i t'. At. Shelly- tn\\-jl. Tr-X'n.^. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE See the new 1947 .Sportsman model "Chief" Motorcycle now on display in our show room. Servcie and accessories for all makes. 723 East Frederic Street HOW FAR AWAY IS YOUR VACATION TRIP? TIME FLIES! Let us put your car in shape now and be ready with good brakes, tires and a smooth motor. PLAINS MOTOR CO. 113 N.Frost Phone 360 MUVJNt;, haullnff transfer and car unloading. See Cm-ley Boyd or call 123.or 12-1. Tex Evans. _ Panhandle Transfer-Storage 916 W. Brawn St. Ph. 1025 "Unlt'-d A'.-in Tjim-.'; I'lf-nty Ntnr.-iKf Mini-i-. Im-nl. Ions clls- . __ _ _ ____ ;i i"y FTiKK — tjO.-Ml ii;inlin«- find inov- IIIK Car tinlnailliiK'. S_2 1-3. Murphy. Plume 1SOS-W. _ Bruce & Sons Transfer bocal and long distance moving. Beat eauipment and vans. We have olonty Btrrage mmr«. Phone S34. FTP. HARRISON, 914 E. Fredrick. House moving and winch trucks for service. Ph. 2162 ('AH IMtlVlTltS tipi<<!i<<l. Apply _ __ _ ___ Custom Operators . . . Plc.'tsc iViiil.-irl AVclihi-r .Supply Po, ( llyssi'S. Kiinsas, us KUDU as possible for \\'lifat cut tiiu;. \\'i-hl)i'i- Supply ''<'• I'liniii- 2.'!2 OlyHNCS, Kansas. _ ____________ Salesman: To Sell Rock Wool Insulation in Pampa and vicinily. High rate of commission. Should earn $600 month. Wrile or rxill Panhandle Irnuilation Co. 217 Oliver Eaklc Building, Amarillo, Texas. ____ _ 12 — Female Help _ 13 — Male and Female Hclp_ Young lady interested in display and advertising work. Please apply at Levine's. ' Positions also open for Alteration women. Also have opening for young man to work in Men's Furnishing and clothing department. yiZ-ScTles People Wanted ("•A"bA~\r>Tr]";s"Tiffr-i- i-xcHii-m full timo in- side-line- si-llinn. \\V i-an .supply. MiiUvi.-stcni, J'.ux 12^, Springfield, Mo. YOU CANT-AFFORD TO TAKE CHANCES WITH YOUR CAR OR TRUCK Our shop has the latest modern equipment with experienced mechanics to keep your car or truck in perfect running condition. Quick Battery Charge - Parts - Accessories. BROWN ST. INDUSTRIAL SHOP 527 W. Brown Do You Want To Modernize Your Home . . . Hy nddlhp- extra, rooms, clothes closets, rablnpts find porcli Imps ynu waul to hulk! a house oi 1 yarage , , , Call Us on yo iiiK and repair prohlr-mK, I 'oor.s and .-ici-eeiis made to order. .'lies? Per- your bulld- K BUILD AN FT/UNO" TUCKER AND GRIFFIN 1007 S..Barnes Phone 732-J 31—Plumbing, Heating Cont. Water Heater Headquarters Shower stalls and chrumn faucets. Smith Plumbing, Phone 396 32—Upholstering and Furniture Repair Slip Covers, Draperies Mrs. Verna Stephens Iti'niilrliiK. RcfliilsIiliiK, Upliolsterlntr PAMPA CRAFTSHOP 821 S 1 Cuyler Phone 165 ^ It's Time to Have Furniture and Rugs Cleaned We'll rebind, repair ami lay ymiv floor coverings. "It '.s Always HHter I lie f.7 Way." Fifty-7 Cleaners II, <!. TeaKiie K. JI. liurnulst ;i(i7 \V. Foster Phono 57 35—Cleaning and Pressing IMP TOP CIjUANKliS. Don't hesitate to send your finest apparel to us Call 889. Pick up and delivery. Brummctt Furniture . . . ."Duality now and used living room milte, bedroom nnd dining room furniture. Kxtra nice tnble top ratine. Linoleum 6 and 9 ft.,Widths tnp in nnd figure your nerds with me nnd realize the difference. 317 S. Cuyler Phone" 2060 KJ_I.-CTHOI_UX cleuners ftnd air purifiers for Halo. Wo fflve servlco and handle supplies. 40] B. Foster, Phono. 1749-AV. Ho* 1169. McDonald Plumbing and Furn. 513 S. Cuyler Phone 578 Best Bargains in Town New 11-piece living room suites In rich wine nnil bine velotir, almost new; (i piece walnut dining room sulle, Also writer heaters, ice boxes, breakfast nets and «ns rnnptns. Cash for Used Furniture 35-B—Hat Cleaning-Blocking Tux Cleaners and Hatters Hats Cleaned and Blocked Oolemnn Williams, 319 W. Foster. 36—Laundering 17—Situation Wanted Kl.liKUI.V liADV wants work rariMK l'i>r nldt-r person. Will Hike. other _work._7_:! K. Albi-rl. .MAN Wants work, .yard work, junl- loi 1 work or wlr.u have you. <'all .11 in Ilolhi'i 1 l_nt_l_)jvj. 1 idiviv _ Ijotjjl. _ Prac)-ical Nurse Wants Work iv^.s^cu-ic- i-!i.«f}«. Mrs. Wnlkcr I'ti.s 38 — Business Opportunity ~'~' FOK SALK— ConiDloto rutr ni;d furniture elunnliiK 1 onulnmunt, portable miicliine. Call 2anS-AV. illU'ICIlY, fiM'd and s ..... I .store for wall-. Lncalcd In In-art of 1'lnlnvlow. .*-,nfKI ("or fixtures plus im'fiitor.v, Call 'j'.i at Vlainvii-w or -1 7-1.1 in T»mpa afli-r fi 1'. 1I.__ _ _____ 24 — Shoe Repairing Goodyear Shoe Repair Homo, of Liotter Shoe KeimirinK D. W. Sasser—115 W. Foster . <r> BY MATEEL HOWE FARNHAM; By MATEEL HOWE FARNHAM ISTHIBUTED BY NEA SERVICE. INC. ______^ i 1 STOTlYi -Sum mill Flora liuvi- tlu-ir f!i'«e iiiuiiTi-l ivlifii lli« lillls for l-'lnra'N iruiiNNfiili, :-\vhli'li Sniu lintl t»l'l't-r« l ii u> !»»>' tor, ••OIIH- In. AJ'li-r this ininrri-1 IM ninilr up, Sain is I'ai-i'il \villi 11 liumtit-r «»** :1Irw. Tolllvi-r's liill.s. ijli- t'litlH <»» MrK. TiiHiM'l- I'cir an ! i-V|>llllllilliiii only lo Imvf AIIIIII- |)fllr Ili-rilK- him I'or lii.s ill lilllilf. filKII £OI-M tlOIlK- III II rll^e. * * * XXI S "AM "went in the back way.' Flora ( was at the telephone in the downstairs hall. • He heard her say — and so did iWeyman: "Don't take it so to heart. He'll come round and be reasonable if you give him time. I'll manage some . . ." She broke off, pretending not to see Sam, and added quickly: "Well, naturally it was a shock to the poor darling. You could not expect . . . Oh, goodby. Here Sam is now." * Flurried and frightened, not certain how much Sam had overheard, Flora also attempted to bring up her artillery. Instead she 'ehot off a popgun. p "Why, Sam!" she cried. "How Xould you be so rude to poor 'jvlama? She's prostrated." k» "Prostrated, is she!" Sam bel- Jowed. "So you're in the conspir- 'acy, too. You cooked it up with your mother and Annabelle to milk the poor old cow dry? I'll be rea- 'eonable, will I? I'll come round? Well, I tell you . . ." *> They had a dreadful scene. Sam i dragged it out of Flora that she Jjad known all the while that her mother had bejm running up bills ghe had no money to pay, but {Flora sobbed it had been Sam's tommand that she was to have ivery comfoit and Iteep her rength up. Vcpm#Wt?" Sanl stormed. "Hum- ingbir<Js' tongues on toast, hearts nS, pearls in wii«. I'm not p { jwjjey. It that is your , heaven help us." a dead faint. silly. _ He shouted for Wcyman, got Flora on the couch, attempted to loosen her clothes and couldn't, phoned frantically i'or the doctor. Weyman, seeing Amy passing the house, called her in. Amy proved a tower of strength. She was gentle and reassuring with Sam, telling him that Flora had fainted before, that she would soon be all right. When Flora presently came to and threatened hysterics, Amy soothed and comforted her, got her upstairs and into bed, sent Nelson, who was just getting out of his car, downtown for a sedative, telephoned the doctor not to come. In no time at all Amy had the household quiet and Flora asleep. * * * AT Sam's suggestion Amy stayed for dinner. After dinner Sam and Amy had a long talk. Amy agreed that they had all been extravagant, but she claimed that it came from living in too la» - e a house in too fashionable a i.*gh- borhood. ' "Why shouldn't Annabelle go to work?" Sam asked. "She will. She's planning to. But poor Sister is so sensitive and proud. We all expected so much for her. She does work at home, works terribly hard." Sam made a bargain with Amy, who herself had a job downtown He would pay oft' her mother's bills, find them a smaller house, and take care of the moving expenses, but only i£ Annabelle went to work. He knew of an opening, and she could begin on Monday. Amy thanked him and promised that Annabelle should take the job. Sam went upstairs, and Flora put her arms around his neck and begged him piteously not to hate her. Sam told her not to be a goose and that he had been a brute and would his small girl ever forgive him? They were, I believe, very happy and closer than they had ever been for all of a week. Sam was anxious to get his ia- aws moved away from across the street as soon as possible. As it .urned out, there was no small louse for rent that Flora thought sossible for her mother. When- over Sam pressed it, Flora drooped and looked as if she were about to whipped. For her birthday present Flora asked that her moth-' er and sisters be allowed to stay on in their present house until hey had used up the coal in their cellar. 'You mean that? Every month y stay costs me $50. You'd rather have them there than that; new evening wrap you've been talking about?" Flora assured Sam that she did mean it, that that would be the best gift in the whole wide world. But when her birthday came and there was no wrap, she cried and cried like a disappointed child. "The mentality of women is beyond me," Sam said to Father. "It's been beyond me all of my life," Father laughed. * * * CAM and Annabelle, who was ^ now working downtown, had a reconciliation of sorts, but liked each other no better. At Sam's> suggestion it was now Amy who was frequently asked to the Fortieses' for dinner or to make a fourth at bridge whist. It was not long before Otsego found out that Nelson Forbes occasionally, indeed quite often, went across the street and spent the evening at the Tollivers'. This created a certain excitement. Had Nelson at long last resumed his courtship of Annabelle? In June, Flora confided to Sam. that she was going to have another baby. Sam skipped from cloud to cloiid. Did Flora want to go to New York and celebrate? She should have that evening wrap or a diamond ring. . . . Flora wanted nothing on earth but that her mother should be permitted to stay in the house across the street until after littla Snm Junior was born. What could the doting Sam do but give in? But he hud learned his lesson. He also bought the wrap and a marquise dinner ring of diamonds and emeralds. This amused Father very much. (To B»_C9atUuied]>. 25—General Service LKT NAT iiml .liiim-s IjUnsfnnl Kli:ir|)- rn ami ivpnir your htwn nuAvt-r. ami Albi-rt St. 1'h.nii- L'iir.f.J. Kofora Water Well Service Yon'vc tried cbi' oihi'r £iiy---nrnv us a try. AVI-. _ __ Mayo Water Well Service No Julj Too T.aree or Too Small Ph. KII7-.T or 1(127 _ 1710 Tjlnuo Ph. KII7-.T'or 1(127'"°~" 1710 T-J'n'uoln UCISNSKD Kiinsmilh—Klnior L. Urod- nax, loc'ated al Crawford Gasoline Plant. Skell.vtown. TUXJIM. Saw Dust or Shavings for fertilizer. Delivered $1.00 per load. Call 393. i;s i, uiii, s.viu. $;!r,o.m> S. Kinlry. __ __ TRUCKING, GenerafdirT work. I. G. Hudson 309 N. Bollard Why iKit let our exptTii-ncfi! Com- ifn-iai Printers design your linter- i'.'nl.s ami i-nvnlo|i|..s? The 1'umpa 26—Financial Money To Loan Pampa Pawn Shop TO EMPl.iOY.RD PKOPL.J3 Money When You Need It »5 TO $50 Loans Quickly Arranged. No Becurity, Your siKnaturs sets the money. WESTERN GUARANTST LOAN CO. 109 W. Kingsmill Phone 2492 Ennls Laundry, Ph. 2593, 610 E. Frederic. Help yourself. 45c per hour. Wot wash and rough dry service. Il'tO\'I\ r (J done at 1.015 H. Clark, Dresses and shirts lOe, Pants ir>_, flat work 75o per dozen. Others $1.00. Kirbie's Laundry Ph<ii'i' " llflD-Voiir-Selt nsh, Free Pickup. Delivery. t 25 112 N. Hohnrt _ ____ "Perkfn's Laundry — Ph. 405 221 East Atchison, one block east of Santa Fa Depot. AVet wash, roUK'h dry, help your self. Soft water, steam, free pickup and de- livey. Open 7 to 7. Wiggins Laundry — Ph. 1134 For I'oiiKh dry. wet wash, help your self service. Hot. soft water. Open all day Saturday. Pick-up and delivery service. .105 . Henry St. 37—Dressmaking PltUUT'S SKW Shop. 320 S, Cuyler. (.'hlldrens ready-to-wear, linens, button holes and dress makliiK. Ph. 20S1. 39—Lawn Mowers Shepherd Mower and Saw Shop 612 E. Field Ph.. 2434-W All xvorlc e-naranteefl. 44—Electrical Service Al Lawson—Neon No Representative Star Rt. 2 Ph. 2399 Pamna. THXHH Martin Neon Mfg. Co. Sales and service. Interior lig 405 S. Bollard Phone 2307 55—Turkish Boths-Massoges UOILJvK'S liA'J'H Clinic. Ph. 97 Stcum Ijiiths, Swodl.ih Ma.sKtiK-e, re- ui'iiiK- treatments. 705 W. Foster. 57—Instruction SHAIMWIt KCHlXjf., i',(,th Day or .S'iK'ht. ICiiti-r any dm- or nieht I'amim .Uusine.sH Cujlcgx-. Cull ,'I2;). 61—Household KoH S jl<.~2 ffood used washing ma- SHI Mn.lone. Phono Xlil-W. KUUIOUUKIS .Living lUmm Suite, ou- I'tisKional ('hair, ln-droom .siillu floor 27—Beauty Shops KKKP yinir hair In e.\.i!lli>nt c-onrtl- fruii throtiB'h vhii .siiiniii(;r months with regular care al La Bonita UoauCy Slujii. 1'h. 1508. Special for One Week $10 ll<'ti-iH> ("'iii-ijs.s ni;u-liincli..s.s or ina- rhhic 1'iM-iiiaiU'Ut I'm- $7.Gil. •*ii..Mi oil IVrinanoiit ••?">.HO. Elite Beauty Shop flioMO _jxl JHO S. Cnylor HIO".SMAii'l'T 0^(7 ymir" lii-'iiil to give .\'oii .soiiliistii-ation. A buaulil'ul i>er- inuiii'iil will do just thai. Vi.sit 1m- |U'i'ia.l J2i'<i_"J^l_Shol' •'!-! S. Cuyler. Mli. VATIOS sa.\ r .s mua adinirt' beautiful hair not discolored shutlurinu I'cmianynt.S; Tlii'HT VOUH hull- lo our care. We've an hi'-a you'll be piea-sed. niu-lu'ss Ht-aiu y Slum, I'll. 427 29—Paper Hanging Milt 8AL,]_--On_ white birch baby bed, inner.sprini,' Kant-\Vel mall res.s, praetiealy new. .'jlu A'. UavLs. Ph. JtlCX Alii elec'lrie c'leaner~wTuT~nil _/l 1 i l .'j'l > I l ;i l _kL- r "_fL s a. l< '; _*' 1(l i_ fj^' 1 I* 1 '18. Srephenson-McLaughlin "~'.'".'~. -l«i! .South c.'tiylcr Plume ICSx Clot hew elo.vels at cost. Hunk lieds at Iti'dueod iiriee.s on eotu'hes (day-hed l.vpnj. l-'or Ijfix spriny and innerspring Morning Glory Mattresses Visit Our Store. KOI! KALI':--A\'ine colored 2-pioe« living- room Kiiiif. Jjike new, price reas- __ !" 1 Ji!'l | '._ili_N; YViitrur. _ Koi; SAbK- -Stuui panof jjeii~sp7iTiB, riealy mattress, and ilre.sser. 433 N. I __ J Uiiiel I'll. 1M1-.1. " NORMAN Paintine-Pauer Hanulns:, 724 N. Sninner. Phone 101J9-W. All work ^uaranteed. Reliable Painting, Paper Hanging. Phone 2028W. 30—Floor Sanding Farley Floor Sanding Co. Portable equipment, £<i anywhere. (J a I! ji 5 '.'. I 1 ..< in e|a__ 1 U>ti^ Apt. a. Floor Sanding Charles Henson, Phone 2049 37—Plumbing and Heating IP you must use a drain pipe cleaneV get a gotl one: Your pluinhlng mei» chant has then). Bulklei-s __ ___ •I-KT." rilOSl.KV Shelvnrtor refrigeT-- ntor I'or sale. Good condition. 420 N. Ijefor.s. I'll. 1S77-M. _ l''o 1 1 SA l^K— 1 2-1 1 . "1-leeu-io rcfrlgera- tor, .snilable for safe or restaurant. Completely reconditioned, Se« Joe _ iig^'MjlS_:UO { »Vk!er St. Pl>_on_e_55.1 . For $a'e . I »-fl. Klectroltix. 1 bedstead. inuUroKK and springs. I Mayi»K Wiislilns maehine. I dresser. I iliniiiK table. liK|Uir<! al I'ostofflee in Kingsmill. lrwin's-509 W. 'Foster Odds and Ends Clean-Up "Sale A box xprins for $2.!>5. Mr. Jrwln sayb 'n'.-i more box than spriny bill it'.s worth the money. A Baby Buggy Only $4.95 5 living- room divans, your choice Sli.WS each. (!as cook stove, $8,fl5. Many other items at close-out prices. BENDIX RADIOS Bendix Console Combination Radio and .Phonograph plus four albums of the most popular recordings, all for only $179.95. ...... Texas Furniture Co. 61—Household JUCCTKK' refi-lKPi-ritor, 7-ft. capacity, In excellent condition, for sale. Also .other hotisehold Itcmfi. 813 I2us( Divnn, IneliidiiiK for .snip. 1M9 Terrncc. Ph. iri04-J. MACHINERY VALUES 1-Used 150 Gallon Cattle Sprayer "on „ Rubber. 2-New. 10ft. Int. Power Grain Binders. 1-New Hutchins Farm Wagon on Rubber. 2-New 14 ft. Hay rakes with heavy- duty wheels. 2-New Graham - Hoeme Plows. 1-New 17' Krause Plow. 1-Slightly used 15 ft. Krause Plow. 2-New 200 gal. 700 Ib. Pressure Bean Cattle Sprayers. l-New4-can Int. Milk Cooler. 1-New Int. Cr. Separator. 1-New Hobbs 13 ft. Grain Body. 1-New Int. Double Unit Milker, 1-Used 8.ft. Int. Tandem Disc Harrow. 1-New Int. Model 30 Tractor Loader for HorM. 1-New Winpower Posthole Digger for H.orM. 1-New 12 ft. Cherokee Grain Loader, 2-5 H, P. Air Cooled Grain Loader Engines, -v._ Pump Jacks for Int. Engines^ Internationl Saes 'What car had this slogdh? "Ride in a : then decide." ,. , The flrot pferson to contact me personally by telephone oi- With the coreot ansTrer will receive. $2.00. , B Who was the first man to drive a gasoline, automobile at the ferVlftc speed of 60 miles per hour? v , , Answer: Barney Oldflelrt. (Encyclopedia Brltannica). Jimmie Jack- - a son, age 34, won the $2.00. .**' WOODIE'S GARAGE 308 W. Kingsmill 48, PAMPA USED CAR LOT 1042 Bulch Super Sedanette, radio and heater. 1!>41 Ford Super DcLuio Club Coupe, radio nnd heater. 1941 Chevrolet .Special DeLtixe 2-door. 1941 Cadillac fi2. 4-door sedan, fully equipped. 1947 Chrysler Windsor 4-door, fully equipped. 117 E. Kingsmill Phone 1545 ' WHY NOT HAVE A GOOD' LOOKING BODY? .,, tVc're talking nboiit tlio dody of your car. BrlnR It to us for body repairs. We'll do away with those old wrlnklpR, fix up the fenders, in fact, \s-e cnn anil rlo any hind of body work. COCKRELL'S BODY SHOP 937 S. Barnes _ ,._L_.• BLAND UPHOLSTERY AND REPAIR Let us remodpl yonr old furniture. Our workmanship Is guaranteed. Wholesale materials fit lowest prices. B13 S. Cuyler Easy Payment Plan Phone 1683 DO YOU NEED MORE GRAIN TRUCKJ3EDS?. We make them to your specification. • .''•'. : ''.,'"' Keep your home comfortable with good screen doors and ' windows. Call us for estimate. Photifi HID Cartwright's Cabinet Shop 1000 Alcock . YOUNG &FUGATE MATRESS MAKERS—UPHOLSTERY ..; .;,. Mnhe your home attractive this surnmer by having' those shabby chairs and divans upholstered In bright colors . . . Let us rebuild and recover ihat mattress or w« will make one for you. Prompt service. • ' ....•• 112 N. Hobart Phone 125 LET US SERVICE YOUR CAR FOR THAT VACATION TRIP ... . ,. Whether yon drive-in' to get. air for yoxir tlrc'H, Watel- for the 1 radiator or n complete sfirvlclng, you will find our servlcn prompt and expert , . . Clas, oil, wash, Inlirlcation . . . Firestone, Atlas Tires. We Honor All Courtesy Cords. C. V. NEWTON AND SON SERVICE STATION *,^ 623 W. Foster . - Phone 461 HARVEST TIME IS AT HAND! . 1 ' *« •• • Are you truck grain beds ready? Don't waste time when every hour counts. . • ; ,.-.. ., PLACE YOUR ORDER NQW ,,,.,,,, We'll make those all steel frame grain beds, Pine and oak, to your specificatio'ns- COME IN AND SEE US NOW BURNETTS CABINET SHOP ^ 320 E- Tyng St. Phone 1235"" Ol—Household IConr.) JI-PIKCE bedroom siilte with springs urn), S-plece dining: room .suite, li inside doors, set of , kitchen Kink for sale cheap. 721 N. Frost. Phone 794 or 8M. 62-—Musical Instruments COMBINATION Radio and record player for sale. Inquire Peg's Cub Stand—daytime—after C at 305 S. Bullard, Apt. 5. , 67—Radios RADIOS repaired, tubes tested Iree. Pick-up and delivery. Vandover's Shop, 317 N. Dwleht. Ph. 641J. PAMPA RADIO LAB Sales - Service - Work guaranteed 717 W. Foatef ' Phone 46 Dixie Radio Sales & Service 112 E. Francis Ph. 966 68—Form Equipment Scott Implement Co. • John Deere—Mack Trucks Sales and Service Osborne Machine Company 810 W. Foster Phone 494 Home Freezers for Immediate delivery, 23-inch, one wa.v disci $5,00 each. 70—Miscellaneous Ols'ii Ij/XttCUC air-conditioner, quarter. motor, 22 inch fan. $65. One Upright Candy Case $35. Ray's Second Hand Store. 309 S. Cuyler. Bozemon Machine-Welding Blacksmith, welding, machine work. Keep your farm equipment in good condition through harvest season.. Don't delay. ,1.105 W, Utpley Phone 143S 70—Miscellaneous •i UUASS DISPLAY CASES, 8 ft. •for sale. Phone BSil or 1109-J. liUIlVD your own air conditioner. ,%' H.P. O. E, motor, IB-inch blades, for sale. Price $25. 722- W. Kingsmill. Apt, fi. . ' ' .. ; s ONE 24" Jig Saw.: with..% H.P. electric motor and table, $40.00. One,4.!' planer with W. H.P. elec'trip mo4^r and stand, $32.50. One 24" wooo lathe with y 4 tl.V. electric motor and stand, $30. One band saw, •-(' cut., XG" blade with ",4 H.P. eleCtvl'a .motor. $35,00. See Artie Shaw, 9J.9 - K. Francis. . V BOYS EAGLE Bicycle in excellent condition, new tires, nlso .roller skates both for $20. cash. 1128 Ter- i-qce. Ph. 2325W. • ^ PRICED FOR quick sale. Complete Barber fixtures, 3 chairs, lavatories, mirror. Inquire 1233 N. ^!harleB : ,'^ TRACTOKS, Oomoines. Trucks and Cars overhauled. K. ,B.,.Cordan, mechanic. -S05 S. Stark\yoather. . yv. ,C.-. Havens'-",,-..-. -••• Commercial Repair Snop ',;.• CAVIS TJE-ADING :^»OPT fet Complete line plumblnir fixtures. _»l- vanized pipe. We sell and exchange Kit South v Cnvler^-Phone 1967-.T • Por Sale or' Ti-a.4^r^4-rftpm modern' house. Vacant. • -;.;. AiR-CONPlTJONINO Will make your home more en . •We-sfiir rfnly the best thft nation Dr ° dU H. S GUY KBRBOW CO. '-.'•?• . Phonn nfin-.T . ^y^ KOU SALE-n-Cash re'|?ister. % 2 ice bQX.- es, -Mhelvlng- and .fixtures suitable for small 'grocery and'market. Apply at PeB'8'eal> ; 412 S. Cuyler; 75—Flowiri^viV;,;-'^,,;-.^ ". ^ ^HOTf'l Cut Flowers • PlftntB 317 H. '.Brown.'".r ' '••<•.<••.-' ••• ,-- JB70 Award Winner HORIZONTAL 1,7 Pictured award' Winner 13 Antenna' 14 Ascended 15 Craw tG Sharp cry 19 Lath ?02000 pounds _1 Volume 82 ?xist 23 Shred 25 Heavy blow 26Cicatrix 28 Scrifcn star 29 Symbol fop ruthenium 30 Aj-ca nicasure 31 Encourage 33 Obtains 36^eg joint 37 T^et f^U 39 Office'of Stra- teigic Services 40 Symbol for gold ' 42Etiusean . goddess 43 p-jlynesian jchestnut VERTICAL 1 Treaties 2 Egrets 3 Satiric ' 4 Mouth part 5 Indian army (ab.) 6 Fold 7 Race course 8 Suffix 9 Vigor lOIsfe 11 Afproached 12 Penetrate 17 Type measure 18 Behold! , 25 furnished with.'pars 27Grcj6ye ' 28 Lo'itev' 3i Handled 34 Chests •35 Type of 'pbfem 3Q 1 ; : :. ' scriptvjres 3? 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