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M »*«.»& fc*» accepted until 4s*« (reek daft fo# fcnbllcstlon on Hint d&y. HMJift ftbSnt Peopte mtll noon. Deadline SftClflSslfled, noon SatnrdB^. MainlJ Abont MB61* 4«4 to* ,Sund« tune. V (lifNlMUM At) IS WORDS) " friseHlon i« per Word Mln. {AviHItfnl 6e per word Mln. . IftisHlbnl 7c per Word Mto. • I Iniertfons Be per word Min. 8 IhseHloni Be per word Mln. Z S 400 About BURIAL INSURANCE JuenketGarmiohaei PAMPA .MONUMENT co. f Ed Foran, Owner Cemetery Memorials . - • »•„'. *, last-. Duncan Phone 1152-W IDEAL BEAUTY SHOP, now located nt 105 Crest, invites the continued patrbn- nge of old and new friends. Elsie Llgon and Violet Howell. Phone 1818. THE ELITE Beauty Shop will make after work appointments for employed ladies. Call 7G8. PARKS & QUARLES, 113 W. Tuke. Phone 1742. General garage, overhaul and repair wprlc'i,'::''' •"' " , BP,RINQ house cleaning made easier with Stanley Products.. Mrs. Julia Waechler, ajent. Phon'e figjiW . Orders delivered. Eagle Radiator Shop S|6 W^FoatM- Ph. 547 Clay Bullick, Body Shop til, do , "upholstering In cars, glass In ildorsi glass runners, seat covers, head lining, tailor made. 520 W. Foster Ph. 143 Skihner/s Generator Shop. ot6r Tune and Brake Work W. Foster. Phone 337 Try our expert washing and lubricating. We also specialize in steam cleaning motors zind caa^sis. Come in today. Pursley Motor Co. P. JJ One Stop Station Foster Phone 2266 '."•Try our wax and polish jobs j Hall & Smart Garage 703 W. Foster Phone 484 For general motor repair or check «p With' complete satisfaction see us. Buick, Ppnttae nnd Oldsmobile Blocks. Wei are now ready to plow y ( oiir garden. Call 760. Rider Motor Co. Let Bill'Harwell plow your garden now. Any distance from' tp'wn. Phone 494. AGENT for Avon Products will deliver. iPhoni: 1258W. Mrs. C. H. .Batt. 607 N. Russell. Fpur Corner Service Station Bprger Hwy. 2616 Alcock ey Products, washing, lubrication, tire repair and motor service. Ph. 1 119. WesVarnon, Skelly Products AmnrUlo .highway ; ,at "Y". Complete Skel- ly.illne bt, product^ _ McWillianis Motor Co. has &jiock absorbers fpr Buick, Olds, Pontiacj Chevrolet and Chryaler products. Call 101. irya <MG BRING vipur. next job here and you'll agree rve know our business on motors. Woo'dle's.Garage, 308 W. Kiiigamill. Ph. 48. Cornelius Motor .Company 345! W. Foster .Phone 346 -.iYmir. Chrysler and Ply/nouth Dealer Qet ready for the safety check up in May. Avoid the rush. Pampa Radiator Shop : ;' and Garage 407 Wf Foster" Phone 662 Foster St. Radiator Shop Radi»tor« cleaned .repaired «nd recored «12 W Fo»»* Phone T4.R9 •tost Found ~ KW J': Diamond ring, cold, high mount- Inir, jjpssibly in Franklin's store. Otcwnrd far ^return to Mrs. Tommie Howell. Ph. B49W. __ i: Pocket book containing money ami ''other valuables. True owner can have sujjib 'by identification. See Obed L. Slat. . , - - __ — — ~- LjQBTV- A»-bu»kct of wet . \vu»li clulhing wjjlcli, was picked up nt- laundi-y by mis- e' : or .Iqst on street by delivery car. il 'finder please return to Allen & Al- Eaundryi ' 8;12 W, Foster or call 7S4 fl^'Uii'lek them tqi. ; . ' . _ __ FQ'R 1 BAIii;! 'Cfne -ba'y fiuarler bred middle mure tu'Baad' condition, liuiuirc V22 15. Fdprjck. Phpiic' )44aW. _ __ _ __ vP, Harrison, 914 E, Fred- House moving and trucks for service, Ph. - Adams; General 305 & Cuy . 'fonff distance hauling, .Storage space •>-.'•'---- ........... for progressive Apply 16-A Sales and Expert ftfepfciiiftg* Pk, 2307 8,'Ilie MAftin 4dSS. pft't font hamt In __ .., Plains Dexter Co, s Ph» 1434 Washing Machifte Repairs WATER WELL repairing. Rods fend tubing putted, towers and mill* erected. Conrad Kotara. Phone 1880. ,ll8W tuke St. Jackson Electfital Repairing. We b,uy, sell, exchange and repair all makes of motors. N. Frost Ph. 1016. CARL STONE, «uter well repairing, rods nnd tubing pulled. Mills Installed. Tele- nhnnn 22Rfl.t. .- • —Beauty Shop Service HE<\UTY operator wanted at La Bon Ha Bemity Shop, B2.1 S. Barnes. Phone 159S. BASTER is just around the corner. Why not get that new permanent how. Jewell's Beauty Shop, 802 E. Francis. Call 898. VOR SAT^K: Cabinet mode! Airline radio. See at 421 N. Crest before three o'clock. FOB SALE: One Speedrite 1 check pro- teetor, one Victor addiifg machine, both Hfce new. Write Box 93, care Pampa News, Pampa, Texas. 41—.Form Equipment ^ Attention farmers! We have electric and battery type fence chargers for sale at Thofripsoft Hardware Co. Scott Irnp. Co. John Deere Sales & Service, Mack Truck One 22x36 International. One 3-bottom mold board plow, All in good condition. Os- torn Machine Co., 810 W. Foster. Ph. 494. . Hobbs Trailers Oil Field— Cattle— Vans— Floats Sales — Service Tull-Weiss Equip. Co._ ~ "~ _ EQUIP"MENT~ International Sales-Service Trucks. Tractflr, Pow»r Units WANTED TO RENT: Four or five room unfurnished house. Can furnish reference.. Phone 8p?J. EX-SERVICEMAN , wife and four year old daughter, needs furnished apaHtncnt. Call Thomas Gumfory, 1669. CALL DUCHESS Beauty Shop for your pcrmantnt or shampoo and set, experl- onced operators. Call 427. YOU TAKE no chance of having your hair ruined, if in Rood condition Mr. Yates takos chnnces on losing $100 If he doo» not give you a permanent with ringlet »-mln. PhontJ* 842. - -•• .- NEARLY. NEW fur coat, site 18. Will sell cheap. Inquire Apt. 4, Hamilton Hotel, phone SS52. 18—Pointing, Paper Hanging I'AINTING and decorating wanted. Phono 203J. . - . , 19—Floor SondJnf MOORE'S Floors, have those floor) refinished by your local floor sanding eon-' puny. Portable equipment. Phone 92. 21—Turkish Baths, Swedish Mossoge _ 1,UC1LLE'S lfATH~CLINIc7"'!05 W." Foster. Phone 07. Get rid df your cold. Take a course of steam baths. . 22-—Radio Service Dixie Radio Shop & Service 112 E. Francis Phone 966 24—Building Material ONE TRIPLE wlndovf ^init with Venetian blinds, 2-piece weather stripped $00. 3nc S-Ox6-8 -outside door with lock, $7.50, both slightly used but good condition. Call flflO. Lynn Uoyd Lumber. Co. 25—Upholstery & Fum. Repaii UPHOLSTERING, spring tying nnd refinishing. Phone 197W. 501 N. Witrd. Slip covers and upholstering. Phone 2060. 317 S. Cuyler. Brummett's Furniture Store. 27—Cleaning and Pressing FOR . TAILORING, alterations, dyeing, cleaning and pressing, bring your wearing apparel to M. A. Jones. 319 W. Foster. . --• -i- 28—Laundering Allen & Allen Laundry 832 W. Foster Phone 784 Wet wash or help yourself. Open 7 to 7. Pickup «nd ..delivery. 29—Dressmaking Fondanelle Dress Shop. Rm. 6, Duncan BIdg. Phone 1897 See. us for children's print dresses and ladies blousf.B. Urine all your sewing und alterations to. ua. Custom Maid Shop, Hillson Hotel Lobby. Phone 646. Can't find that siiit? Can't fine} that formal? Visit the Custom Maid for personalized styles nt nominal prices. PRUET'S Sew and Gift Simp, 311 • S. Cuyler. Wearing apparel made to order, handwork, buttonholes, hemstitching, alterations. , Florence Husband's Fur and Sew Shop. 710 N. Stunner. ?0—Mattresses HAVE THAT old matlre«» roads over.like new by reliable Ayers Mattress Factory. cmt! B33. 817 W.- ; .-Fo»ter.- " ''• • •"'• • 35—Dirt Hauling Griffith & Williams Ph'bne-36 , Lefprs;, Sand, gravel, washed rock, shot rock, fill dirt and driveway materials.. ....... . , 37—Household Goods 1JARGA.1H fur-quick Bale. Piano, dining room suite, book pase, canned fruit,, three complete beds, iimersnrinp niaUrcss, r.loj; back heaters, ' boy's'tricycle. 311'K, Bal- lai'd. Phone 107B. FOR SALE: Seven-foot• Kleclrolux, -day lied and' pud, bedstead with springs und battery radio. -Lefors'Ice Co.' at Lefora, FOR SALIOi Four rooms of nice furni-, /Lure. lljjO.AItfuck.. For Sale; Six booths, White Seal Refrigerator, cafe .'si.f e, dish washing tubs, metal^ double type. Court .House Cafe, Pampa Home Appliance 119 N. Frpst -Phone'- 364 Metal portable ice boxes for camping or tourist conveniences. Htcljse sheerB, ,,nevr uearoom' suite's,' used living ro ,, om swites, ^tudio. diyajis, . n,ew. B«te(- pillijwg, box springs und innei'spring . and cotton mat. tresses, nil sizes, new Bhipmcn'b of base •ockera. -just in. . Irwm's., 509 W, Faster, a new shipment of platform rockers, two almost h'£w. : bS .Rens; twp, good H$e,d bft 45—Weorlng Apporel 46—Mistellaneota FOR'SALE! Chicken Jiouse 9x18 nnd wired chicken lien, two Inrge rnbbit lutchps, iilso IC-fot. motor boat. CIS S, Russell. Phone 1G9GW. ?'OR SALE: .20 guttge Remington pump gun with case. 1 mill ill re 936 S, Hnrhca. ""OR SALE: One used 20-gal. cap~not water Heater, See Nat Lunsford at Luns- i on! Bit Shop. ?OR RALE; «i.(, h.n. CK oTitbonTd rnotof- Spoi-tamnn Shop, 717 W. Foster. Equipped To Repair All Makes of Radios Get your order in for a new Motorola car or house radio. Prompt, efficient Service PAMPA HOME APPLIANCES Call 364—Ask for Harold Beckham Radcliff Supply, 112 East Brown. Phone 1220. Buy your garden hose now while we have a good supply. 46-A—Wonted To Buy WANTED: 1041 or l'J42 model .Ford or Chevrolet truck. Preferably long wheel base. Don't call unless you have one in grood condition. Richard M. Williams. Ph. 3d, Lefors, Texas. WANTED to buy electric refrigerators, Joe Hawkins, 413 Buckler. Phone 564. Wanted to b.uy a flat top office desk. Stone-Thomasson, 47—Instructions The Hawaiian Steel and Spanish Guitar School of Music. 706 W. Foster. Ph. 4Q3/ ..... _. . ;; . _ . •• ' Jones Market, Fredrick and Barnes, meats, fresh vegetables, staple groceries. Out of High rent district. Phone 2262. Lanes Grocery & Market Sinclair Service. Ti'cBh', t(e4tni Groceries Pampa Fodd Marke't 518 S. Cuyler Phone 2189 Open every day. Save time nnd money und give .your family the highest ijuality foods.- . : • Neel's Market & Grocery 319 S. Cuyler Phone 1104 Open Sunday, Closed Tuesday only 52r-~Mvestoc|c IB YOUNG hem Fredrick, for sale ut 1312 E. FOB SALE: CO Leghorn hens, $1,25 cucli. (iood nnidiiutloii, IQPIj S. lia'rnes. Some well bred registered Polled Hereford b.ulls for riBileV Ready for ser^yi^. Priced reasonable. Call 2j2l8. Sweet 'Sudan seed, also J, 0, 54—Sh FOR SAI/E: Chinese elm trees, large and small. The lending shade tree, of the Pfinhhnrlle. B, J. plehl, Lefors, Texas. and Seed FOR SALE: Seed, oats, $1.25 per bushel, $ee,.Jtfr5-^Twiln'.,Dftugherty,^Hoover, /Texas. 56—Baby Chicks GRAY COUNTY HATCHERY. Hatehfn* Mondays nnd Thursdays. 100 per cent blood tested. All popular breeds. Joe L. Hunter. James Feed Store 522 S. Cuyler Phone 1677 Book your orders now for baby chicks. U. S. approved blood tested. FOR RENT—REAL ESTATE 60—Sleeping Room* BED ROOMS and apartments for rent, cloifo in. American Hotel. Phone 9538. 63—Wonted To Rent EX-SERVICEMAN,- permanently located wants unfurnished or furnished house, two or three rooms for family of three. In* oulre 404 S. Faulkner. 70—Business Property Owner leaving state, wants to sell one of Pampa's lead ing hotels. 19 rooms and four apartments, all furnished, including linens and nice living quarters. Liquor store connecting, optional. Call 2372. C. H. Mundy. ' 7.1-—Income Property APARTMENT house for HII|P, excellent income, all furnished, nine, units. Always rented. Inquire (129 N, Russell. ' 72—City Property NICELY furnished three room modern" house, double garage, owner leaving town. 604 S. Reid. 1GO ACRE farm in central Wheeler coun- ly. 12S acres In cultivation, fi-raom. 2- stovy house, on mail and school bus routes. Kxcellent mixed-'hind. Arval Mont-gomery, The Shamrock Texan, Shamrock, Texas. MRS. W. C. MITCHELL. 410 W. Texas Ave. Phone 288W. Four room furnished house, near school on pavement. Available now. $1500 will handle. FOR SALK: Three room house and two lots. Call 13(10, ... FOR SALE: Furnished, inmilnted home, garage, trees, slu'ubbery on pavement, one block from school. $1500 will handle. I'hone 232KR. -Artie Shaw. FOR SALE: Five room modern home at' 300 VV. Georgia. Shown after 4:30 p m. B. R. Nuckols. Phone 2270J. M. P. Downs, Agency Real Estate, Loans, Insurance Five room modern home, garage, one acre tract of land, $3750. Good place to keep cows, hogs, chickens. 201 Combs-Worley BIdg. 1264 Phones 336 VACANT five room house, newly decorated. Will »how today. La wo house ideally located. Available with sale. Eight room duplex, private baths, three car garage, furnished giu-ago apartment. South apartment vacated with sale. Several lots on Mary Ellen and Christine utveots. Mrs. W. C, Mitchell. -Phone 2B3W. J. E; Rice, Realtor. Ph. 1831 Well improved irrigated section of land, close to Hereford. Possession now, $68.5C per acre. Good improved % section, three miles of Pampa, $75,00 per acre. For ftti'ma sec me. Nice five room modern house on Duncan St. Venetian blinds, double floor furnace, fenced in. back yard, immediate possession. Ph. 1561W or 1644. Stone - Thomasson has a nice 5-room home on N. Somerville, $7,500, also a 2-bedroom home on Hazel for sale. Modern five-room home with double garage and four room modern , apartment ab'bve, both well furnished, on large lot. Possession im mediately, See owner at 1118 E. Frances. Four room , modern home l*.'«5ftl ' * > •^•^'^ V VV.-* .- "• l\ '*£ £ ' . 'jv^h ,» R.arage, . eas^ front, $3650, Possession with sale. X El; Rice Phone 1$31 John L, Bradley ^ith Stark •& Fejfrel/, Biri. Phone 341. Res. PfiQne 3Z3,31J, FTv'6 acres with good hu'tisu <m nnvemcnl, ju'st outside of cily limits. Price $8500. I specializo on city lots. Slark & Fen-oil. Phono 3J1..' 13,000 acre ranch west! of Clayton, N. M. A very iiltrli'etive proposition, anil an extra good ranch. C, E. Ward, Real Estate ^ Pboiie 204Q Six room Uriel? lioiise in Wynolce Addition. Completely furnished, double garage Servants quarters, $12,600. tots of Acreage at BY HERSHBERGER .; , , by bedls and 6 good pedal type sewing machine. Call T,exas FwroUHre Company North Cuyler PMn* S07 Rockeis $4 50 Smull utility chest $3.95. Magazine rucH *3.96. TworBiece living vonm suite $39.50. Electric iions, rolUiway We buy good ged munlo dinette Biiitco. u«w >pum sulk's. Sellers kitten . also uttui Uncut of lined studio eu, your choice for $LU. tiul svutt- with buffet. W bu>' f iz—Cif y "Property Lee R. Banks, Heal Estate Fir.t NatM B. Bldg. Ph. 52 aHd 38$. 806 acre farm, 400 acres ift wheat tif> to a good stand. Wheat all goes with sale. Get possession at once. i ? pur room modern house. Thfee roonfi modem house, Two water wells, good sheds, diie and one-half mi. from 2 elevators. One and one-half mile from Jjavement, List yOUf property with me 2267 acres, 750 in wheat on highway, good improvements. Price $35 per acre, 1280 acres, 800 in wheat, good improvements, price $30 per acre, all wheat goes «:o buyer. A good bakery and residence priced to sell in good little town. Other tracts of any size you want. Some houses in Priofla to sell. See J. B. McFarland, Friona, Texas. r wXV.k .jXAucj •,. vwc ;BVvMUil lUflUt. ..UN cWtfvtttfonv Gooid niesqnitd frfniis -pS Two nets: hnpTavetnefits.. Otic: 5'rooin modern hotise, fcond barn and chicken .-ftoasc,- new corrals/ One 4-room house. Three troort windmill;, on trns Una iind school bus ronti. • SI* miles \vrtt, one »ilo north Wheeler, .Texas. Shee Shelby Pcttit, Wheeler, Texns. , r For Sale; 320 acres well improved. Part of. this wh'eat crbjj g&es. Possession after hardest; this is a real f artfi hbme located hear GroOrti, Tejtas. S. K. Roach, exclusive agent. FOR SALE OR TRADE: 900 ncres sandy Inild in Wheeler county. 300 in cultivn- Hon. Three watei wells, some improvements. Will sell all or half acreage. Price S10 per acre. Horace Blair, Star Route 2. Pampa, Texas. For Sale or will consider trade. Have SOD acre stock farm, well improved, also' five section ranch. Prefer large home in Pampa. Ph. 1202W. 7?— frooerty To Be Moved ONE small .five room lease house to be moved. Possession with Bale, 12 miles southwest of city. E. Bass Clay Lease. Five room modern home, possession with sale. $2,000 will handle. M. P. Downs. Ph. 12^4 or 336. FOR SALE: Six room iluplcx wiih rental property, $5,500. Six room duplex on N. Gray\ has rental property, $7,000. Tin-en bedroom house, $3.150. Comer lot E. Browtiinir, $r,2!>, ino-fl. Int on did Amii- i-lllo hlichwny $7.110. W. T. Hollis. Phone 147X. S. H. Barrett, Real Estate. Phones 293 or 1959 FOR SALE: v Liu-Re house and two lota. Modern, close in, double • ettrnRc with rental income pr->oerly located '.120 E, Foster. Write R. L. Campbell, Wildorad.o, Texas. Box 83. FOR SALE: Three room modern house, will consider car as trmln in. 80S E. Denver. Reading, Realtor. Ph. 946W TWII story house on corner near high school. Three bedroom brick plus 30 other residential and business lomtions. Local and elsewhere. Level lot, walks and pnv- Ing. $1,000. Come by or call at 1200 N. Russell and let's tnlk it over. H. L. Jordan, Duncan Bldg. Ph. 166. Valuable downtown business lot, some four room houses, also a two room house and lot on Reid St., with prompt possession. J. E. Rice. Ph. 183.1. Large six room, 100-ft. front on pavement, $6,850. John I. Bradley with Stark & Ferrell. Phones 34l or 2321J. Small cafe, well located, doing good business, for sale. Tom Cook, Real Estate 900 N. Gray Phone 1037J Have cash buyer for nix or eight room house. 15 unit- court, furnished/ on pavement, gargnin price. Twenty-three and one-half track farm, 4- room house, new harn,' chicken house, good well, $500 veil} handle. Southeast of Mobeetie. '/£ mile off pavement. Lots of Lots List with me—all types property Gertie Arnold 1 , Room 3 Duncan Bldg. Ph. 758 Nice 5-room near new high school, possession now $9600. Lovely 10-room brick, large basement, 137'Xi-ft. frpnt with plenty of shade trees, possession with sale. Five room house east part of town, vacant next* week $4500. Four room stucco furnished on one acre of land, $3000, Six room on three acres of land, all fenced, •^xcfllent for chicken ranch, $7500. Immediate possession. Five rooms, N, West street. FOR SALE to be moved, ten room modern house, two baths, three-quarter miles south off Amariilo highway, Sullivan l/'ase. Phone 2470J. .. 79—Real Estate Wantea Gertie Arnold. Room 3, Duncan Building. Phone 758 I,i«t vnnr nronprtv with mp 'or dntck aftl* 80—Automobiles FOR SALE: 1940 Chevrolet' club coupe. Good condition, Apartment 106, Santa Fe Hotel. WANT TO TRADE: 1941 tudor Ford, ra- dlo nnd heater. Cull 2218._ ' FOR TRADE:~ 'TnVl~'Chevrplpt thrcc- (juartev ton iik-Vhp wiih m-w tires nnd motor for liitr. model ear. 'I.'.G N. Starkweather. FOR SALE: '32 Ponlinc, clean throug- out. 4'M S. Fanlkner. FOR TRADE: Clean 1940 Ford coupe. __ __ __ ___ FOR SALE: 11)39 model Croslcy five pa»r senger sport model car. In good condi- lion. Iniiulre COI W. Foster. Ph. 2030. FOR SALE OR TRADE on good large diamond, a Lincoln Zephyr sedan, 1940 model. Owned and driven by lady as family car. Radio, over drive, and custom up- bolstered. Also cabinet radio $32 50. Phone SOS or 178. FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1H41 Special deluxe club coupe, radio and heater, new tiros, in A-l condition. '34 Chevrolet coupe, 'H8 tudor Chevrolet. '36 Chevrolet coupe. '39 tudor Ford. Collum & Guyton, 2 1 /. miles east of Lefora, Coltcxo Gasoline Plant. 84—Accessories Pampa Garage & Salvage Just in: Automatic burglar alarms for youi- car. Southwind heaters, .new ..and used parts for all cars, new rebuilt Ford, Mercury, Lincoln and Chevrolet motors. Let, us> do y.6uv motor work. : 808 W. Kingsmill Ph. 1661 Auto Seat Covers 'Let us 'buy them for you :it . wholesale prict.'S. Write us make, type and model of your car and we will send you quoted Direct Sales Co. Box 303 PlainyieW, Texa's Wanted to Buy Used tires and tubes of all kinds also 16 inch wheels of all kinds, and will buy any kind of car or truck parts, C.,C. rViatheny, Tires, Salvage 818 W. Foster, Phone 1051 87—Financial C. H. Mun,dy Starts March Buying 16-room apartment house, nicely furnished, good location.. Special price, Nice 6-room home- on. thred acres, lots of trees and outb'uildinga, possession at oncc ; 14 rooin * apartment .liouse,. furnished, to be moved, special price. Eight room, double garage and baths, T\vo.nice 5-rpom homes on pavement ready to occupy. Nice 4-room furnished, nice shrubbery an.d. garage, ready to' move into. Sfco two room, south Bide, $600 will handle. Two lovely 5-rootn homes near new high school. Njce 3-room ; modern on N. Wynne,. $1350 will handle. For ranches and faiiris call 2372. • J. E. Rice, Realtor. Ph. 1831 Lovely. 6-ropm homo on Cliar'les, Nice 5- room N. Charle-f,.Srroom duplex, two baths and 6-room duplex, two 'baths, 3-room apartment in rear, double gurage, rast part of town. Large 8-rbom modern, $2950. Large 5-room brick furnished- east part of town. Large 6-room .brick 100-ft. front, double garage. Lovely 9-room home on 8 acres. Large G-foom brick^ lots Qf. out buildings and S acres on the paving. 7- rooni duplex furnished,. $/!250. Four room modern homo N. Dwight to trade on larger home. Large 6-room, . close to high Bchuii). Large (i-ronm furnished K. Francis. Two Btory brick busineuti building. . — — Mrs. Clifford Braly, Sr. Realtor Phone 317 Several nice lots, well located. Small acreage, close in, largo tracts, also city property. ' For Sale l?y owner; Five room modern home on corner lot, 719 N, West, Immediate possession, / J, E. Rjc0 Phone 183 J Down town filling station, good location. T, H. Chaffin, 411 N. Puryi- ance, Phqin'e 2l?$J. For sale by owner, 4-room modern house, 4-room duplex, 6-room duplex, two baths, one side furnished and vacant now. ^398 Booth Weston Two lovely B-vodm homes on Duucun. A Ipvely 3-beilroom, hoir\e pn IV^ury Ellen, A Ipvely" ^'-roopi- hou6ie on Churle;*, povely 5,-r.o.om efficiency on Soinorville. Five room se OH Wt&t. Four room efficiency on . Cuylt'i*. Several duplexes und some income property, Jjist with us for q,uick turnovev. TTTI. Chaff i,n, Phone Purvi. For sale 6-room 'duplex, 4-room house, 3- room house, all modern, furnisheil and hardwood. flpo»-» to ho njovpd. Faur unit- apiiitment house, J»H modem und fuiniuh- cd. Foui locjm nio4trn house, two lots, ch\cken houau und Automobile, Truck and Household Furniture A Friendly Service To Help You Financially H. W. WATERS INSURANCE AGENCY "Our Aim Is To Help You." New Location 208 R Russell Leaves From a Correspondent's Life Notebook By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN (For Hal Boyle) HAMBURG, Germany.—W)—Adolf fitter's half-brother, Alois,' unable ^p resume business at his old Berlin wineshop, frankly admits that be has "had enough of the name Hitler." Rheumatic, 64-year-old Alois— who cha'nged his name from Hitler to Hiller in the Hamburg courts three months ago, said in an interview he wanted only to go b'ack to his Berlin shop, but added: "I'm told I can't get my .plaqe back. A Jew and a concentr.atiQ.h camp victim are living there." Bearing a -resemblance to the fuehrer in both .stature and profile, the brush-nipustached, bespectacled Alois, professed a profound dislike for Adolf. "I've had enough of the name Hitler—the fact that my father was also Adolf's father should not be held against me," he said. ; He sa'id der fuehrer's real name was Hitler and not Sch'ilcergruber. "Qur father was an Austrian customs officer. He^marfiex^rmy mother after I was born, tinder the: ejt- isting law, J took my mot&fer'g nanje, SphAcfceJlgruJkev, until t^er marriajy th,en took my father's name of Hit ler." Re said, they hart Uye» „ all-of whqui cu>d..Tl>e jfqiu;th fuestldy, Matek S, 1946 PAMPA MIWS Peruvian President HORIZONTAL 58 Obligations . I Piciure South 60 Plants American president, Manuel.— 1 — 3 t7garteche 6 Size of shot 8 He in Lima 13 Facilitated 14 Measure 15 Proclamation 16 Seprinting 17 Name for office 20 Laughter sound 21 Employ 23 Reiterate 24 Craggy hill 25 Music note 27 Toward 28 Ontario, river 31'Ventilatcd 34 Shakespearean lover 35 Gem carved in relief 36 Correct 37 Lock of hair 38 Symbol for hiton 39 Any 40 Be seated 42 Louisiana county 48 Paving material 51 Exists 52 Fanciful 54 Tungsten (ab.) 55 Kind of fabric 57 Senior {ab.) Italian river 62 Clothe VERltCAL 1 Hfe is president of —— 2 Knocks 3 Like 4 Low haunt 5 Scent 6 Journey 7 Prong 8 Native of Latvia 9 Fish 10 Six (Roman) U Reverberate 12 Stellar body 18 Myself 19 Rough lava 22 Substance - 24 Torture 26 About 27 Papal triple crown 28 Malayan coin 29 Gypsy 30 Fox 31 Play part 32 Eyes (Scot.) 33 Dower property 40 Tastes 41 Island.. 42 Seed containers 43 Part of "be" 44 Coarse file ;. 45 Nest of bpJtei 46 Street (ab.) 47 Conceal 49 Aleutian island 50 trick _„ 52 DisencumW ; . 53 Century ..iat*,) 56 One <Scfit.y 59 Board Cab. 34. •ss (.0 su rar 50. the blocks at my. face.. He was coddled until he quit crying, and I was bawled out for butting in." Apparently fed up, Alois decided to leave home at ihe age of 14 and became a busboy in Linz, embarking on a catering career that led him to London and Flaris. Alois continued: "I've.seen Adolf only once since I left home, and that was at some affair at Tempelhol airdrome where I was just.one of thousands." "I left Berlin on April 15, 1945, and fled to Hamburg. All .1 know about Adolf's death is what I've read in- the newspapers. I am a tired old man who is fed up with being questioned about Hitler." * f- * BOMBAY, March 5— (/P)—It isn't an easy matter to fix responsibility for the casualties that occur in India's rioting. Many of -those killed or wounded during native demonstrations are sincere patriots swept away by mob hysteria. Others are- calculating Hooligans who take advantage of disorders by looting jewelry and clothing shops. They are urban guerrillas who owe no loyalty to anyone but themselves and by any law deserve to be treated as common bandits. .British troops and young officers who have ho role in determining empire policy, other than preserving law find order, smart under these accusations, which they consider unjust.. .Here is the British side of the story as given by one captain: . "-W.hsvt fhey don't bother to .learn Is. that we don't fire haphazardly, ^e are forbidden by civil law from opening fire: except with permission of a.-magistrate—and nine jjimes out of ten. It's an Indian magistrate who gives the order for us to shoot,. , "If it looks like. we,^r.e going to h&ve trouble during native . dgrnfan.- stratiohs we send, our ptotpons.of troops oh patrol. Each platoon has with- it- an-offleer and civil magistrate. , "Even if the demonstration breaks up in a riot we don't/ step In unless ,Jt begins to get enflrely out. of hand. Usually the Indian poljce with-; their • lathi • sticks can . rush in; and. scatter the crowd, and all anybody gets, out of. it is a sore head, .or a few bruises. . "We stay out of it entirely unless the rioter;s 'overwhelm' the police arid begin looting and burh'iilg shops. Unless force is used then the hiob will grow wilder and Wilder until nothing is safe. "When the magisrate with us decides there Is ho other way to halt the rioting he gives us order to fire —and we fire only on his order. And who gets the blame afterward? Not the Indian civil magisrate who gave the order; No—It's always Wanted on |he British troops who pulled the triggers." Even more hated by the mobs than British troops are the Angio- Trjdian police inspectors who direct tlje native policemen. These men of mixed, .blood • live in an unhappy twilight world of their parents' making. They are regarded by Indians as, traitors ;and.,are only partly accepted by the British, who usually ymit then; to positions of minor government authority. tribe which made him, a member of^ their nation and presented him .with a U. D. deputy marshal's badge .with a large diamond in the center. Walters, 70, was born in the Fort Gibson area of old Indian territory. In, 1937 he was selected as the official, auctioneer by the University of Texas to conduct sales of its West Texas- oil lands. 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