Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 25, 1947 · Page 7
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Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, June 25, 1947
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s JkeoWtM ttfitft as* fcubiteatlon on *- About Pampa ads Deadline for Sunday paper a,a8. noon Saturday; fta ad three 6-DOlnt lines) __ per Une. Iiays—206 per Hne per day. , "-per line cer da*. per line per day, __. p«r line per aay. •lie per line t>er day. (OT lonjter)—lOe per line per Monthly Rate—J2.00 per ling per . month fno Copy change). of Thonki And I HettFd A great voice out of Heaven swifts, behold, the tabernacle oC Gdd is frith men, and He will dwell with arid God Himself shall be wfth them, and be their Ood.—Rev- elation 21: 3. Nothing- can ever take away, The love a heart holds dear. Fond tnemorles linger every day, .* H6hienibrnnce keeps him near. .' MACKIE TVe wish to thftnk our many friends rind neighbors for their kindness and words of sympathy, also the beautiful floral offerings at the time of onr recent sorrow in the loss of * our dearly beloved husband finrl father. Your kindnesses will always be remembered. Mrs. w. ti. Mackle Mr. and Mrs. ,1. K. Hnden and family Mr. and Mrs. A. L,. MneUie and family Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Unwson and family Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Gorman Mr. and Mrs. Fred Womble and family Mr. and Mrs. O. ,1. Hall and family Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Clements, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ogle Margie, Qlen and Joan. 3—Special Notices I'HOKBSSIONAIj Hecordlns made of anyone, 'anywhere, any time. Call 1043-W. NOTICK—Klltp Beauty Shop will be closed for balance of week. It's Time to Have Your Timepiece Checked . . . Watches, clocks repaired, antique clocks repaired. 920 S. Faulkner. D. B. Hamrick. Ph. 376-W iagle Radiator Shop 516 W. Foster Phone 547 5—Garages and Service Hank Breining, Lefors, Texas WftBh, lubrication, 'auto Borvlce. / Killion Bros. Gorajge 116 NV Ward Phone 1810 WHY? Why not get that new motor before starting on your vacation? Enjoy your vacation- vvith new engine performance. Cornelius Motor Co. * Chrysler—Plymouth 315 W. Foster Phone 346 Woodie's Garage 308 W. Kingsmill Phone 48 •Cockrell Body Shop . . . W.e'll paint your car, rebuild your fenders and Install glasH. Quick, efficient service. 937 S. Barnes. CLASS— ' - 1 C. V. Newton and Son Complete line Standard Products; Exclusive Pampa. Dealers for Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batterleu. Wo honor courtesy cards. <23 W. Foster Phone 4P1 Motor tuheup. -Brakes relined. Minor and major overhauls. plains'Motor Co. Walter Nelson Service Station Ijftt us put yotir car In readiness for vacation. "Change oil, waHb, lubricate' and polish. -Complete line auto ftccessbrles, - *l25;Vyest Francis Phone 1136 Clay Buiiick Body Shop 0 W. Foster Ph. 143 • Cole's Automotive Supply Rebtlit engines for Fords, ana Chev' rolets. Complete assemblies for Fords,, All work guaranteed. 646 W. Poster _ Phone 685 Lqwrenee Gulf Sev & Garage Tijnev up, General Motor Repair. Complete ':Wash arid 'Lubrication. 920 Alcock. Phs. 9531 & 351. Jack••Yaiigti'n "66 Service PhjlJl;" "•'"" - 101 a. c Ilpa "66" Products an — Lubrication Phone Srnoft Garage, Phone 484 700 ,W. Foster. Rear Garvey Motor. Our mechanics are factory trained and k7ipw their business. Lot us yonr ; motfir. a good 'check-up. ^ /-^-Situation Wahted EXPERIENCED settled lady tvant work, caring for elderly couple children or other work. Inquire 72 E. Albert. FOR SALE—The "K" Shop, drive In care, finest location, seating cflpacl ty 03. New equipment. Priced fo quick sale. Lease on building op tlonal. HOY, 14, wants odd Jobs, yard work grocery store or what have you. 33 N. Sumner. Call 502-W. Practical Nurse Wants Work Obstetric cases, Mrs. Walker Ph.2341R Ifr—Business Opportunity SERVICE STATION for sale at GO South 'Cuyler. Ph. 1752. FOR SALE3—Complete rue and fur nlture cleaning equipment, cortab! __machlne. Call 2295-W. 24^-Shoe Repairing Goodyear Shoe Repair Home of Better Shoe Repairing D. W. Sasser—115 W. Foste 25—General Service TUCKTCn-aRIFFJN, Hen. Cont. Cabi nets, doors, windows, made to order 3007 S. Barnp.". PH. 7:!2.T. Montgomery Word Service on nil electrk-a! Kotaro Water Well Service You've c-alled others before. Call n.< onc'i" and you'll call some more. Phone 1880 11« \\'. Tuko Avo Saw Dust or Shavings for fertilizer. Delivered $1.00 per load. Call 393. Why not lot our experienced Commercial PrhitopH deKlRii your Ictler- hcailH and envelopes? The Pamtifl LICENSKD Kiinsmlth—Elmer L. Brodnax, located nt Crawford Gasoline Plnnt. Sko.llytown, TPXHR. TRUCKING, General dirt work - I. G. Hudson 309 N. Bollard Washing Machine Service Parts and Service on all makris wash- ci-s. Have >is install a Mavsalla Air Cooler now. Maytag Pampa 520 S. Cuyler Phone1644 Mayo Water Well Service No Job Too Large or Too Small PH. H07-.T or 1027 1710 Uncoln 26—Financial Money To Loan Pompa Pawn Shop TO EMPLOYED PMOPIjlfl Money Wlion You Need It $0 TO $50 Loans Quickly Arranged. No security. Your slunatur* Beta the tnonpy, WESTERN GUARANTY LOAN CO. 109 W. KlnmnnlU Phone 2192 27—Beauty Shops KBI3P your hah- In excellent condition through the Hummer months with, regular care at trtx Bonlta Beauty Shop. Ph. 1533. Special for One Week $10 Helcne Cut-tins nmchfncless or machine Permanent for $7.50. ..50 Permanent ?a,0(). Elite Beauty Shop Phone 481 400 S. Cuyler LilQ SMART! Use your head to give you sophistication. A beautiful permanent will do just that. Visit Im- perlul Beituty Shop 321 S. Cuyler. fUUST YOUR hair to our care. We've an idea you'll l>e pleased. Duchess Beauty Shop, Ph. 427 28A—Wall Paper & Paint Wake Your Property Valuable New paint and Wull paper will Increase the value on your property. Square Deal Paint Co. 14 S, Cuyler Phone 18CO 29—Paper Hanging NOliMAN Pairitintr-Paner 724 N. Sumner. Phone 10C9-W. All work euarnntefid. Reliable Painting, Paper Hanging. Phone 2028W. 30—Floor'Sanding Farley Floor Sanding Co. Portable equipment, go anywhere. Call 0521 Long's Hotel. Apt, .'i. Floor Sanding Charles Henson, Phone 2049 3 1— Plumbing and Heating V YOU must use a drain pipe cleaner f?et n ffod one: Your plumbing- merchant has them. Builders Plumbing Comp.i ny. The P. K, One-Stop "Mac" lifcCullum - Shop Foreman. 4Q3 W. Foster Phone 2266 Motor Co. Parhpa Safety Lane — Ph. 101 •tiock »bsorber» for all cars. General i l-epalr worK.' J3/flolent Bervlce, NEW-'OAJB ' letLV'Ine: tills week-end for t.,' A' C4|lf. Can take 3 or 4 uiHilt.s. Call, 17gQ. _ : _ iiaullns: transfer and car Unloading. See Cm-ley Boyd or call 123 oV 124. Tax Evans. __ Panhandle Transfer-Storage 916-W. Brown St. Ph. 1025 ' "United Van Lines Plenty Btdra^e Hiiace, loc-ul, loiif,' distance nioyhiR-. BOY FflJiJE—Local tiauUntr and moving. Car uni&adirfB. 822 J3. Muruhy. t Pffono 1809-W. ;. * Pruce §i Sons Transfer lonK dlatarce moving. Beat t and vant. We have plants tcraee anacfl. Phone 934 H, P/ HARRISON, 914 E. Fred, Mouse moving and winch for service. Ph 2162 Custom Operators ......'pontact \Vebber Supply Co., Ulysses, Kansas, us .soon a^ possible, for wheat cutting. Webber Supply Got Phone 232, Ulysses, 'Kansas, C4B PPIYHRS needed. Apply Peg's Cab atana. 221 N. Guyler. Help . Pli, 1780, woman to ...... ..... fi'o horrie •Transportation furnls|ed. WfflTCl— Office girl ana reception. i fjjr CJly Manaserls, office, Be- ramente!. t-lwrthand,, fll- person at lacly. opportunity ,f9r ri|[ht party. Apply in airen ot Des Moore, Tin Shop, Ph. 102 If it's mado from tin, we can do Mift job. Wo Install air conditioner^ Water Heater Headquarters Shower stalls and chrotn« faucetB. Smith Plumbing, Phone 396 32—Upholstering and Furniture Repair Bland Upholstery arid Repair (113 S. Cuyler Phone Ifi93 Let UH put your furniture in good condition with new sprlnss, recovering and repairing. Payment plan. Slip Covers, Draperies Mrs. Verna Stephens Repairing-, Heflnlshin/?, Upholslerlns PAMPA CRAFTSHOP 821 S. Cuyler Phone 165 32A—Venetian Blinds Venetian Blinds Custom. 943 S. Faulkner, Ph. 1863. 33A—Rug-Furniture Cleaners It's Time to Have Furniture and Rugs Cleaned We'll i-ebfnd, repair and lay your floor coverings, "it's Always Better the 57 Way." Fifty-7 Cleaners,, n. G. Tengue n. H. Burquist .'107 W. Poster Phone 57 95—-Cleaning goJ X T1P TOP 'CLKANBiSsrSou'TTreBltate to sem? your finest apparel to UB Call 889. Pick up and delivery. 35-3—Hat Cleaning-Blocking Tux Cleaners and Hatters Hats .Cleaned and Blocked Coleman AVllliams, 319 W. Foster. 36—Laundering I/tONlND' done In my home. Flat work • .750 per tlonen. si.00 for others. 33:i . N. Christy. Laundry, Ph. 2503. 610 43. J>'rt-a- erle. Help yourself, 46o per hour. Wet wash and rouuh dry service. Kirbie's Laundry Help-YoinvSelf- Wot-wasli, Free Pickup. Delivery. Phone 126 112 N. Hobart Parkin's Laundry—Ph, 405 21 Bast Atehlson, one block east ' of Santa Fe Depot. Wet vash, rough dry, help your self. Soft water, steam, free pickup and deli voy. Open TtoT. Wiggins Laundry--rr- Ph. 1134 For'vojigh dry. \yet wash, help your self service. HpU soft water. Open all, day Saturday. Pick-up &nd de- llvery service. 60S JHenry St. WILL do ""aresSiftaklng, ' arid slip covers, g-jl Soutli Suhmer. Mrs. R. P. Peaem. Ph. 9S8G.. SHop. 380,8.' Cuyler, Cliildren« ready.tcv-iv?ftr, linens, -button liolea and dress making. Ph. 2081. 38—Mattresses YOUNG-FUGATE Mattress Factory . Mattresses made to order, accordlni to your specifications. Pillows am cushions mnde to order. Prompt ant efficient service given on all work TVe specialize In upholstering, and fur nlture Repair. 112 N. Hobart Phone 125 39—Lawn Mower* Shepherd Mower and Saw Shop 612 E. Field Ph. 2434-W All work guaranteed. 41—Photography «Fs-l-KiUr-t kodak finTsiiinf; service a Idrh.inl Pruff. Fine (rraln rini.shlrie enlarging. Sim's Studio. 4<l—Electrical Service Electric Supply Co, Contractor - Appliances - Repairs Oil Field Electrification 319 W. Foster Phono 110 R. W. SOTTTT-TATtD Al Lowson—Neon No Representative _ Ph. 2398 Star Rt. 2 Pamna. Texni Martin Neon Mfg. Co. Sales and service. Interior lighting- 405 S. Bollard Phone 2307 46—Cabinet Shop Cartwright's Cabinet Shop Check your .summer time needs— AVe'll make screen doors, windows cabinets and what nots to order. See us about Truck Beds Phone 1410 1900 Alcocl< Grain beds that are made to last! Have your order in now and save, time, waste and money in a busy season Burnett's Cabinet Shop 320 E. Tyng - Ph. 123* 55—Turkish BoHis-Mossoges LUCILLIO'S BATH Clinic. Ph. 97 Steam bat ha, Swedish MnranKG, re rlimlntr I real men I.H. 705 W. UVINI.HP. 57—Instruction HUMMKH SCHOOL, liotli Day or N'iifht. Knter uny day or night Pjuiipii Jliis<ln«nH_(:i)lli'BK. Call :-S23 DIESEL TRACTOR" WE TRAIN YOU HEAVY EQUIPMENT Industry needs qualified Diesel and tractor mechanics and engineers. High pay jobs. Life-long security. Foreign opportunities. Free placement service covers entire United States. Specie 1 offer to veterans. For information write to Tractor Training Service, Box 6-T, Pampa News. 61—Household .s f- I'. 1CLICCTUOIATX, with butane burner. In excellent condition. KiOl N. Uussell. Ph. 107-1. 'olt SAT..K—$20(1.00 bedroom mil complete, $li>5.00. , $21!l.OO K'roehlor llvliiff room suite, •?1> This furniture loss than tl months old, lifl.'l X. Faulkner. Irwin's—509 W. Foster Ice boxes, foldlnp' beds, odd bed.s, .springs and matlrcsso.s, oil stove, wool run- and i-lec-trh: sweeper. Bargain Prices Brummett Furniture Co. Gas raiifros, Ire boxes, kitchen cabinets, dinette suites, bedroom suites, liviiiff room suites, odd chair.s and tables, Koiiuj linoleum, Shoi> our Klore for barguiiiK. 317 S. Cuyler. Phono 20BO l-'Oli SALJQ —100 Hi. MelCee ice. box hi sood condlllon. $.10. SI7 S. Faulkner. Stephenson-McLaughlin . . . . *00 Hoiitb Cuyler Phone 1U8.S Clothes closets at cost. Hunk Beds at lledueed prices on couches (day-bed type). For box Kprhiff and innersprlng Morning Glory Mattresses Visit Our Store. FOli SAL13—12-ft. electric refrigerator, suitable for safe or restaurant. Completely reconditioned. See Joo 7-Iawlclna 413 Buckler St. Phone 554. For Sale 1 fi-ft. Elcntrolvix. 1 bedstead, mattres.s and .springs. 1. Maytas washinij- inacbine. ,' 1 dresser. I dlnliiK table. Iiuiulre af Postofflce in KiiiRsmlll. New Merchandise for Sumrrier Kollaway beds, single and double, new bedroom suites. Morning Olory matti-esst-K, fl-t'l. linoleum, Apex Yauinim clesiners, Artie-Air fans, Pop-up Toastei-s, Ktee) (jliders. Shop our store for other timejy items Economy Furniture Store Phone, .135 il.1 W. Foster BENDIX RADIOS" 3endix Console Combination Radio and Phonograph plus four albums of the most popular recordings, all for only $179.95. Texas Furniture Co. KLUCTKOLUX cleaners and ffir purifiers for sale. We Rive service and handle supplies. 401 E. Foster, Phone 1740-W. Rnx 1159. McDonald Plumbing and Furn. 513 S. Cuyler Phone 578 Best Bargains in Town New 2-plece living room suites in rich wine and blue vfclour, almost new: (i piece walnut dining room suite. Also water heaters, It-e boxes, breakfast seta and BUS rantres. Cash for Used Furniture 62—Musical lnstru«-«nnts OU fcfAl,r: — (Jurisht Sesei-slrom piano, $7.5. 215 N. Houston. Ph. 202W Top o' Texas Amusement Co v . 17 N. Frost Phone 273 Nickelodeons for rent. Recrods on sale. 64—Wearing Appgrel ?odeo Shirts, ^Western Attire You'll enjoy dressing for the occns- slgn in our togs for sports. Wo are leaders in the tailoring business. Beautiful woolen materials to choose from for your neiv suits. Burns Tailoring Co. & Hatters 124 N. Frost ' Phone 480 67—Radios RADIOS repaired, tubes tested free. Pick-up and delivery. Vandover's Shop. 317 N. Dwight, Ph. 541J. PAMPA RADIO LAB Sales - Service - Work guaranteed 717 W. Foster ' Phone 4C Dixie Radio Sales & Service 12 R.- Francis Ph. 986 ^8—-Form Equipment 'Gli SA1..K by owner, International li.C.M. 1943 tractor and 12-ft. 1942 Baldwin combine. 1009 S. Hobart. FOK SAL.K—10-20 International tractor F-30 motor, new rubber. A-l condition. $500. See Jack Stroup, 2 blocks west, 2 south of Kllarney Drive Inn, or call 2365-J. ~-, >YB HAV13 a complete stoeK of parts for your Ford Ferguson Tractor'and Implements. H./H. Williams Implement Co. (Formerly Rider Motor C<>') vjew Location - ^27 W. Brown Across street from 8aJi Park lBS tor aaie, to fee m and iqaq bu. Ca». All tc ' J. WADE DUNCAN Real Estate and Cattle Duncdn Bldg.—Phone 312 41 Years in the Panhandle Vr-ne- ti,-i-.i. NEW LISTINGS ON HOMES - - - Ijovi-ly a-i-onm furnlshf-rl home nc-a r S-'r. IT! Si-hool, larp" lY'Orn.-i. tian blinds, ni'«' i-liM-tnr n-rrlp'.-rnlor and Mo-.-i'. 5-rourn hoinf, PMI-.-IKT rind flild.'n iion.-i' ni-ulv pninli-d, ; !..-"l,fruit IK.-CS; i.-ff f'liin-n.-lon liiKhwuy. 8-hedroorii In,me, pnvc-d '-tf>Mt. m.-ar Wood row Wilson -..-hodi rooms, extra lau;i' <-l'is'jt mid sti>i;i|'i- s|i-ii-. Nicely furnisbifil 4-room hoi) i-. Prni-llrally nc\v -l-romo inoibin bou-f. $.'!Tr.O. Off: Ph. 336 M. P. DOWNS, Agency Res: Ph. 1264 in 110—Ct'ty Property (Con*.) J Pampa, News, WerLnr.^ay* June 25, 1947 PAGE? Full SAI.I-; by ','-.'•;]< r 3 bedroom homo rind 1 lor.«._li)n:' .S. Hobart. l-'oi; ^ALIO l>y < .'v, !,<:!•- Now r, room modern JIOIINP. ,i;nvl\vn'>rl floors, 2 lots, SLIfl K.-i-:t r,',..-ll:~t. prir-o J;!.-,fi(>. Will i.'ilco i.-iti; mod'I car in trade. Inquire X.",? \\~. Fou|,--r Special Large 5-room reck home within 2 blocks of Senior High- Price C3750. J. E. R.CE Ppolror Phone 1831 !. Mundy, K'jl Esiol'j Four-room modern house for sale Wynne-Lea Addition. JOHN I. BRADLEY BARGAINS 1947 1 1-2 ton long wheeibase Dodge truck, grain bed, booster brakes, DeLuxe cab cab lights, spare tire. Actual miles 5000. Only ' $2495.00 1946 2-ton heavy duty Dodge truck, 5 speed transmission, 2 speed axle, hvdrolic gravel dump bed. Like new Only ' S2750.00 194 I 3-4 ton Chev. pir>up $1095.00 1941 3-4 ton Dodge picKip . $1095.00 194? Dr.Sofo 2-door, radio and heater .... $1195.00 1V41 Hedge 2-door, radio and heater $105>5.00 1941 Ford 2-door, 34,000 actual miles .... $1195,00 1940 Ford 2-door $ 750.00 1939 Plymouth 2-door $ 585.00 PURSLEY MOTOR CO. MOW THOSE WEEDS before they go to seed. Call 674 NOTICE TO COMBINE USERS We have complete slock, of combine and farm implement bells. We can furnish all size. Round ami double V-Belts. Also V-Sheaves and regular V-Belts and bearing';. Radcliff Supply — 112 E. Brown FRIGIDFREEZE FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS See us for the locker that wil save you 10 percent more on quantity purchases of food. Save by preserving all surplus home grown foods and meals, and avoid many hours of home canning labor. THOMPSON HARDWARE CO. 68-—-Farm tquipmenr (ContJ Scott Implement Co. John Deere—Mack Trucks Sales and Service Osborne Mactiine Company 810 W. Foster Phone 494 !ur immediate -.. 70 — Miscellaneous Bbzeman em:-h. llliifksmilh, wi-ldiiiK. iiKir-liln,. work. Isi-i-p your farm i-ciuluini-nL In tfood .-oiiilition ihroutrh nuaHon. Don't delay. 1 nun \V. Itllijey Pliono_l -US •i>U SALIC—\V:ilk In iV-iiiff" box, N J'l.x-S ft.xs ft. Instihiti-d. ?7;1. ni-l S. (.'uyler. ..Siiuari; Dcul J'ttliit (,'o. I'lllCIOiJ for iinielc wile, <-ompf<-unTrir- ber fixtures, ;! eOiairs, laviitorbis, mirrors, liuiiiiro 12:i;i >!. Cluirle.s St. I'll. l!U:i-J. 3-l-'i>UT x 7 l /j I'"P. ivai-h In box. Out- top meat i:a.«i) lo ft. One .sausafro mill and one pah- .si-ales for ,s;U» at Mi's '•r<)0<-ry.__vyhlt(! J.'ii-_er, Jl'cxas. DIJHJJ your own air comlilioni'i\ 14 II. I', fl. K. motor, Ki-iiH.'li blades, for .sale. I'rii-e $a.l. TKIi \V. KiiiKsruill Ant. «. 1'HIOICD KOIl (iiiit-k Hah-. Complete JJa.rbc'1- fix!uros, ;{ cihair.s, lavatories, mirror. Impi i l vj lj.'i:i .\'. Cliurlns. 'i'HACTOISK. (Tumhines. TTuf;ltM~iiiT(l Ows ovi'i-haub.'d. K. B. CJordan, m ehanie. .'lOfi S. Starkweather. W. C. /Livens Oomnifi-nlnl lii-nriir Shon DAVIS TRADING POST Complete line plumbing fixtures, Kal- vanized pine. We sell and exchange fiH Rnnth r-nvlpr—Phono 1!ir,7-.T AIR-CONDITIONING Will make your home more enjoyable. We sell only the beat the nation produces. H. nUY KRRBOW CO. Phono RflS-.T KOlt SALE—Cash resistor, 2 ice boxes, shelving- and fixtures suitable for .small grocery and market. Apply nt Pen's Call 412 S. Cuyler. Refrigeration Equipment For Sale AViillc in U-e l*x, 4iixii ft. 1-horsopnwer motor ami coils. 12-foot vi'H'ftable display ease. KkH-trio. f'oea-Cola box. 1i)-cuse capacity, lieor or wiilermelun cooler box. 50-lh. capacity leu box. ^o« thi'.sii at OIK;!). They am priced for cnik-k sab'. Vandover Feed Mill •II R. (,'uyler Phone 702 72—Wanfed to Buy Will pay top prices for your Junk of oil kimis. C. C. Matheny Tire & Salvage 818 W. Foster Ph. 1051 75—Flowers FLOWERS Cut Flowers - Plants - CoranKes U7 13. Brown Phone 1570 76—Farm Product! 'IlI-nTuTTos^I'Tenl'yT i-iHT"i-ip~at The urfliiird, brill); 1 containers, pick them yam-self, (ilk- wallon. P.'iul Cilllland at oh] Mi-slur Uiulson place, 10 miles southeast of Wheeler. 96—Apartments (con't) lli-;.\"r -:<-riiinii iiiiiirtiin-iil. )>K- nply. '.Ho Uhliorm.- or iimuire :-;:: T\\'<'-It'M.I.VI tui'iiislu-.l sipartineiil I \\-iii-Uimv i.-oupli-. KM X. Wynne. 1'b I''UI! IJKXT - :!-( mini a|iarl iiteitci {ialt ' ly l'ui-iiii-h,-d. I'll, ,111- I'll). 11. L. .lo _ ^ ~Ame r i c c in" i-| o t e I - —Ph. 9 53 8 Fnrnl.'ilieil aniirtineiit. nlocpbiK romiiH VACA.\CIKS .Wurli-y CdlirlH $1.00 lo Sl.r,(i day, $:i.r,n lo i.'i.dil svei'k. Adults. _IW1 Siijitli Ilnnies. Pli ; __ I/'IJJ^. 98 — Trailer Houses I''<IU SAL1-: nr rent. Slnilis trailer luiusi-. yiifxl f-iinilitiiin. IM'ire .^LMilin. _T'jrms. JMrs. LatiiN. .".n", .\'. OiyK-r. 101 Business Property Well located 50x60 business building and also good 2- bedroom residence on same lot. Paved streets, sidewalks. Priced for quick sale or trade by owner. Call 1360 or 855-J. •\Q3 —Store Buildings I'Xlll l:i':.NT---l.lir;;i. tin ImildillK sllil- abli- I'm- ^-arnj;.-. \Vrilo Uox H. J., City Property Kill: S.ALK --.'1-rooin and lot. .See W, C. Havens, ."!u,"i .South .Starl;- WfiillK'r. l'"oi-i HAL, 1C---2-bi-droom homo and e'.'i- riitt-t: S75HH. 1:111; Duncan.'I'll. 21U1-VV. W. T. and Maggie Hollis Real Estate — Phcne 1478 Ij.'ii'K' 1 (f-riioni miidiTii house, lun-d- \vood 1'loor.s, $",i.",li. C-rooiii. fi-roum, -l-room ;uul 3-room houses. Income $1-10 montlilv. I'rii-i- ' __ ________ ______ _ John Haggard Mrs. Clifford Braly Real Estate — Sales and Trades Good Listings. J ;;V; ! :. ll ';,':,. : ?l ( ,,! /! ;',.V |l( . „ ;il , r( . T( ,,. 3 ]n r. -r. /I'M,.'-/ .\,;' < i'.'i, ,,';',' •'•' • •' '' • -> ' " •'.". Is," (!• ! :j ! ';M. |- ;•«-.) JionK- '• '• ' ' ' •• :' I '•'':' 1 ' • j • ' ! ' ' 'I! ' • . . ,' | '' ' ( ! .' ! It.-.;, I It. ' :• <.'i .... .-'• •. -.. : ' ' - l ;:•!...: ' , - - . | ; -'.';.-,' ••_'•-.', ••>' " ; :!•:••• -• '- H I! •. ' '•;;•• .-:>. |, n;i.'-\ T • - : MI • . 1 , • ( K l( ,) ' ' ~ -i" •:.•! l:i-,.-.i.-i.i l,:. ir- ! . .' 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Humin, in: . tinli:!-..-, yuur car is COFftY PONTIAC CO. 6— Ponliac — 8 -USED TRUCK VALUES Phone 365 \< I.'-;. I l'|-ii-.-i| ri: 111. Your LiM'inys Appreciated. j G. C. Stark, Ph. 819W Oi: 341 j N'I'I-I- iliijil,-.'.- uit!i ri-ni.-il in r<-;ir. i'|i,..-i. ' III. .'-Ollll- I'lll.i, 'r I.If ill,-M« ll,!>; 1,11 ! \V". l-'i,"li-r, n|. i, mine nii-i: ln,m,-s ,,t j Arnold and Arnold Office Room 3, Duncan BlcJg. Olfiro758 PlR,n<- V- k,_>s. 758 W. K in;.' ••tnilt Si. l;,i!;ih<-,- :it ;':)..i ni? IM I- Illnlil ||. f I,HHii."ii i - Illi- d,l;il j.ri. e ul ! lii ; l.-i]\".-- :;-!,.nlll .' .--iiii-ilii nl,-rh' .Ml /'.iiniii'-i' St. •; i...-.:!."i:; if th» ib,v.n payini'ii', on iiii" i-,;iii|i|i li-li li-i.,li-I ii linn ii Al.-i:-- H'.ilia S'L, Utl.i I;. •• :i 1 -V.,':. !'!> jj. l mom h. •:', .,'1-1 "H i 111'- li.l.ll |.l n I- I.I I hi'' d.U,- " ilv i in biniiii n tin- Aiui'ii tllo I I,:' IIV, :i V. TV.., w, II I',.-;,!' .1 ilnp).•>..-•• v, lib ;/,j,,il hi'-',ni'-. pi i.-'-.l tii: li:. :: • I-. iiri .oh) liiinii . '-!.. .- in mi 7i':-.lnfi ft. l.-l all I'.,! 1 -:' 1 - .r.iiii.nii. IT.Vaer,- svin-ai farm almiit '.'. mil«-y from tin- tiiy limit-. i-i-ll.-ir, fruit iri'i-s. '-hi'-ken liuii;-es anil n-room luniii: i'oir.|il,-ti-ly furni^heil, rUi-,- in 1,11 I-!. l-'ralii'i:;, va'-ant ready lo MOV,- into. .>! /.nil.mi is lln- dnvvn p.-l vim-til nn tbis l-i-iioin nn,di-I'll lionn- mi Iti'i-yl .St, I;-iIn 111-1- ai .-.'iii.iiii pi-!- nu'iiib. $(l'H'l.llll is III.- i!-,vvn puvn;,-lit on Ibis ;;-!•;>',111 I liruish'-tl home i-n SeoU. St. I'.alanee ;it ?:',;",.i»i l'.-i- ininilb. tj|)i.-r IM.DII-.S mil an vt-ri ised up In ?:!.'!. 'in*'. n (iilhi- i.iisiii'-s:-- anil ini-iinu.- proiK-rtv' fr-mi i'J.r.i'n tn S' in.dim.iii! <'it!l us any liiii.- in H vi t m- s>-i' iii'cp- i-ri \-. Th.-i'i- i ~ nn i-n.-i. ,skl-: II. K. 1-Vnvll for hoini-.-i, farms. atii! raiti-U pi uii':i't y. 1'b. 3-1 or moili-rn •l-i-iiom 1'iirnisln-il house, just f-uiiiiih-ti-il. uiljoius city purU and '2 |.lui-ks fr.ini >-rliool. Can Ii.- fiiiiiiu-i'd through ii. I. Loan. (!"" X. Hanks Tom Cook, Real Estate OHO X. Crny I'lioin- lil.'!7-J 117—Property fo Be Moved" F<7f:T~SAI,i-:- -:!-ro,,m housi- lo In' mn'v-il. lni|uii-i- -17 N. Ni-lson. riioni- 2SJ-.1. !••( il'U-Ui KlAI modi-rn friiuu- byus,-- to In- nnivi-d. S'-,- 1,. M. \\'yi-!n'. IMiil- li.ns I'ampa ''amp. 7 mili.-s south. /li Inlcrnalional 2- r ,pced axle, good rubber. K7 molar and trarr:rni r :>ion / ru.-w saddle tanks and 5th wheel—with now 31 ft. Hobbs grain and cattle truilrr. A real buy at ' $3750.00 TULL-WEISS EQUIPMENT CO. Internationa! Sales—Service Trucks, Tractors, Power Units DIAMETRIC WHEEL BALANCER Don't lake c.honcos with wear on those tires. WheoU out of balance can cost you your life.. Let us bnlano-': your wheels correctly. PLAINS MOTOR CO. | 113 N. Frost Phone 380 122—Trucks (Cont.) Now Truck 111 IV I'nili;!.' -.\iili air lira!-,.-!:, HIM!. I!'.'!.', I'lyiiuiiitb l-doiii- A-i nnnlition. X'-w inn,I ^,ri]) liri-s on i-i-ur, $l'.ir,. Texas Motor Co. 123 S. Cuyler Ph. 1153 K"li i-'.-lLI-;-- 1 :.. lull J)ijdfC~ I)ii:k-ui7. -1 .spi'fd fiii'W.-iril tr.-uisinifj-kin, ln-.ivy iiuty til-.- wlu-vls. I'lionc nor, :;]':) W. l-VMi-r. r.l.-s .\. Ward. K. Yv". 1'oiHl :uic( wliooping ax-company the ol cough. Dr. Cox stressed the lact that children who have whooping cough should not attend .school and should be isolated so thut they will not come into contact with other children until three weeks after the appearance af typical signs of th^ disease. _ _ __ Do You Need Seat Covers? \\V Ua\'i- a riiii- asstirimt-ut o!' e(ilors I'm- yum- ear. Thef.i- s,-ni ei>vers are tiiil<ir--d by Oldsmobile fur Olils- inobile. Reeves Olds Co. Sii)--s iini] .Si.'rvieo 124 — Boats Pampa Music Store Phone 689 214 N. Cuyler 1 26 — Motorcycle* ~" " Ti .-u :7. i-:T~-l"i X.V|T) Sox" "TTT. i , >< i , -FTnTi . 1 'jf. -\i-lr, sixe 7(. t Mllv O.lillll ,-H-IUal mili-s, fur sad-. .S'-i- Ted Simmons, _JUef..-nn. _T.-.\as. Indian Motorcycle Sales and Service. 723 E. Frederic . . . Rniiul IH-\V 1017 Chief 1!i-ll Jlfili-l Seemt lj>_Pj_JMuili-l .lames. Ian Abbott and ( Bond iVholesale and Retail Produce. We pay highest 'cauli prices for your pro- duee. 11 S, Barnes Phone 185 91—Horses and Cattle "Oll SALK— Satldln pony and fresh Jersey cow. Sv;. mileK on Lefur.s roiul, milo north O. A. Roth. _ ____ _ ____ 00 Head of White faced cows and calves for sale. See Oscar McCoy, Ph. S17M. 38—-Seeds and Plants James Feed Store 522 S. Cuyler Ph. 1677 See u« for .quality flolil seeds. JMPi'i'it nncl Uowlcy Fc;td.s. Harvester Feed Co. 500 W. Brown Phone' 1130 Gray Co- Feed & Hatchery 8 ^f ^y-__f? s j' er _ f 1 ! 0 !^! 1 ^] ^--V^onted To^Rent 'OU.\i; (luliiu cuuiiu'.'i- iiiui wii'i- Uc• Klre fnrulKlu.'il a)j:u-lim>ut. iVrina- nent. Lcavn mussing for Hall at Sohnokler Hotel or Onbot ol'i'k-o, 1555. ToTlMANT-lN 'i' I A ; "T-Kt iuTidieiT buTiiiPHs man uinl wifi> ami 2 babies desire furnished aimrtniont or house, lie- ward for information leading to ICIUIANKXT resident wanliT to rent small modt'i'ii lioiiiso or duplex, furnished. Contact ovening's at Adatn.s Hotel. Ji. C. Beal. >5—Sleeping Rooms 3EDHOOM for rent. Outside entrance. CloMQ in. 'Ml B. Bi-ownjng L P\\^ TSB^. ^OOJl, .sieeuinti- i-oom. Priviitn on- KleepiiiR- I'oom. Private, entrance, eoniieclinss: bath. Hen pro- rc.rrpd. 505 K. Cuyler. 'arker Hotel, Lee Lykens . gntg Fe Hotel, W. L. Tinnen lonnectlns Hotels, under new management. Accross from Santa Jfo Depot. Clean comfortable rooms by day 01- week. 'OB "RENT—To couple"ftnly.""8-rbgm rnlshefl apunn;eut, pro»avlew Ho). 704 W. Foster. • ___ Beautiful 6-Room Home N'cwly ilc-ooi-nlotl hnmi>. l^ovdy floors, i:tiri)t;t<-d throuK-hont. All ' *trk-tly uji-to-(l;i(e. Nil-..- yard. l'ri,-,-il ?i;(,0(iii. Nc\\- .'i-r<ii.i!ii lioiiSL 1 In I'n moved. S10. r iii. il-lifdi-ooiu lionii', Alai-y l-:iliMi, ill.'ido. ^-bedroom brick, lai-fre basemuni, $M,ij(H). Ki-vi-ral .small homeu and iuconin pro|)- eriy. 5-1-00111 f iiniislif-d house, .V. C'h;irl(.-.s, $.s,(iU(i. Corner lot. Dutible n'aratve. iiu- meditile jiosKcssion. •1-i-ooni niotlern honiit. F. 11. A. Loan. $ir,tw will handle. Xi-H' brick buildintr 70x100 ft. A\ (fll lo- J*3 98 r Booth- Weston-gS 25-W " E. W. Cobe, 426 Crest • ri-room nuulern lion^e, ^ai-a.^'t', pns^es- Nion, ?-l^r,(l. Carries $27.111' loan. ,'I-riiuni bou.^e on cornr-i- lot, ^l.-lfiii. ^'.. srciions of land, f.',ood IVnt-t 1 ', .'I ^ood wells, .$l2.:,u pel- acrii. $1^(111(1 will liaiulle. '>llii'-r_Kiioil lb;lhiKs._riioiie iniii-\S r . ___ For Sale by Owner! 3-bedroom home 1 !/2 baths, 2 furnaces, large yard, shrubbery, fruit, shade trees. 10 lots, many outbuildings, at city limits on Amarillo Highway. Phone .__ Stone-Thomasson Real Estate, Business and Jncome Property. Phone 1766 Homes, Business, Income, Farms, Oil Leases, Roya'ties l,i,Vel.\- .'l-bedrooni home, $l-l,r>00. Ijarsfi! .'i-l/cilroom Imine, is', liussell. $!i,r>00. \ic-e .'irliedi-uoin home., Christine, ^lii.riut). Xiei.* ^-room liutne, (larhinil tstrei't, $(',,M>'i. l.oveU- H-bedrooin home, larye lof. Sll.fiOti. 7-roum dii]il<-x, 'i fiii-nished AntH. In rear, $1?.~>OU *U)Wit. Imlivuco monthly. 2-bfcilrooia home, Lefurs St., $1750 down. 4-ruuni inodern, two lots, S3250. 5-room modern furnished home, double (fai-iiB'e, $Xfi(iO. •1-unit furnitsheU Apt., IS. Kingsmill, $9000. 3-i-oom modern, funnishctl, garage, $IS75. Nice ;l-bedroom home, Afary KJIen, .?ll,fjOil. !l-r<iom borne on C'A aeres, $11.000. 3 -room nuiitorn, Karate, 2 lots, $2!>00. UUSINKSS (!<>od Cafo and Heer Franchise. Id.Wt. i-onu'i- lot :i Blocks of Senior HiK'h School. ' Pavltm and sidewalks. $1250. 100-ft. lot N. Itnssell, $1750. FA11MS The best IfiO-niTe wheat farm In Oray County, 4 inile.s of Pampa, $105 per ue.t-e. Improveil wheat farm. 440 acres good wheat, All Koes for $100 per acre, or _ will price without wheat. Lee R. Banks 1st |s|at'l Pank Pidg. Phones 388 and 52. Cqttle, farm$ / ranches, city properties and 15!)—Automobile* iTAT7f)\\'|.\ iTAlTAT;" i -:, iTiiu iTiTiTeT" c.-iit' :;.'IC, yiuir iviciir in.-iii. fur any luitciuioliHo. ^t'uiic-uii nr iiv.-riuinl. PTTiT SALiY-"Tiiii,- niciili-1 i:ilT Mi-i'i'in-y •l-,l i.-ir M-iInii. l!:i(lio. \Vrii,- linx _-ln-_ll._ raiupji .\V\vs. l^i'ill SAU-:- li'llii I'lyiiHUitl'i '1'iuliii- Si'-[l:in, .ycjucl niniiir ".-iiiil J/IIMI! tire.--. .\.-t-ds I faii:-tili>.--iuns. I-'nr y:ll<- at s:u-r.-'1'u-i-. (ir.-uu:i- I'nun-- Xu. II. ):V|7~"\\,\sil A .Ml 1 ..-\SS.-M H it:. Al.-n slii-k li'-IO flu vniii-i :.'-ili,i,r I'm- sale. Can In- .-ii-i-n at 1:!1J J-.'a.-^t Kreilei-ii.- rii'it-r ! ij.iu. _ We buy and Sell Used Cars Used Car Exchange 42]_S. Cuyler_ Phone 3_1_5 1 :nr~l 1 l,VAiTTi r TiT"7vTuTr~7r l -i-iitlv i,ver- liavili-tl, K'dinl n.uitil inn. -In.", S. lial- lai'il. rail Ix-uvi'i n S a.m. ami f> )>.in. Pampa Used Car Lotin it Cinlillac- iii! -1-iliinr It. ami IT. lil-lli linuK-l l-'ui'd l.K-l.ux.- Tmlur, !:, ami II. Hill I'niuiai- si-ilani-tu-. It. ami If- 117 E. Kingsmill Ph. 1545 CfC. Mead llnili-l li Kurd r,ul|i.-. liMilv, 1C" 42T' S S/Gi'llespie Ph. 73-W '.'!! I'liXTJAl-. -A-I liliilnl'. Id 12 K'-.", liiii-nialiniia! I'-'.-dm Inn-k fur wlu-at hauliui.;'. i'l-ii-i-il riiilit. 128-—Accessories ^^ !•' have in -si,.ielc iiu\\-—Tires, Kt-ner- .-itors. starter.s, A'-8 \\'ater yjumps, brake drums, trarisirjis.-ao.'i senra and 100.UOO oilier (loocl ti.sed naru for all f-arp. See us first and stive your pelf a lot of hunting. Pampa UaniKe and Salvage. biiS W. Klnesmill. Ill K. l-Viiiii-is See-Try-Buy THE NEW KAISER AND FRAZER Garvey Motor Co. '•12 Olds 2-iloor sedan. "I'ti i')i<'Vi-(ilel eomie. 700 w'"Foster Phong 55 "!1 l'lli:\'l;i)lJ"r Im- sale. .Motin- in jLTOntl i-iiiidji inn. \Vil! inaK-- CUIK! \\'<ii'lv. ear. 1'rii.e .^l.,u. innuii'i- 111- !•'. New and Rebuilt Motors Kord, Merenry, riievroli't. I'l.vmouth and DodKe in .stock. All nintora rebuilt In I'aelory ^iieeil'leat iun.s. Pampa Garage and Salvage Co. 808 W. Kingsmill, Phone 166J KXTliA CLIOAN lulo l-'urd a-duor for sale. Itadio, heater. .1"0-1 Rider Motor Co. 117 S. Bollard Phone 760 122—-Trucks '_ ilisri FOIU> 'Pia'C'K with srnmi tied for suli- reasonable. -I l:! Magnolia. uTu~TxTuD" TlcKuiT" % ton, wttii i-t- toot servie.e trailer, brakes. Will soil toKe.t'ier or separate. Skinner Oaracrp. Call 337. :iee ot Wfioopmg Cough High in Slats i AUSTIN— 1,-J'i—A Hlatcment re- I leased today by Dr. Gco. W. Cox! State Health Officer, indicates that the incidence oi whooping cough in Texas is at present, almost throe limes ns high as UK- .seven year medium. "Prevention and control of whooping cough, especially among infants and small children, may be accomplished through use of approved vaccine and convalescent scrum." Dr. Cox asserted, "and it is important that such measures be taken ( lo protect ihem. Neglecting to do so. j and allowing the young child to suffer an attack of this disease, may seriously impair his future health." "Tho infectious agent or germ of v.'hoiHitg cough is transmitted by droplets expelled in coughing, sneezing, or spefil:ing." Dr. Cox said. "The discharges from the nose and throat arc dangerous to susceptible persons; the need for early recognition and careiul isolation of whooping ccugh is obvious." The first sign of this disease is usually a dry cough, which persists day and night and tends to become inrreasinglyy severe. The disease is ' fully developed when vomiting of' See this truck today! 1941 Dodge 1 Yz ton truck. Extra clean. A timely buy. 914 E. Frederic. Phone 2162. KOJ.4 SAI^U -1985 1<.\V.B. Ford truck with good, grain IHH!. *4.")tj. OH! N. XI niiiier. Trucks and Industrial Equip. Jilt! and 'i2 POL-OS, Chevi-oleta and K-7 Int. Wheat trucks, dump trucks, traitor trucks, tanH trailers and tanli trucks. Western Truck Sates Across from HagebaU '47 Bale Cotton HOUSTON— (/P) — The Houston Cotton Exchange will honor Forrest Garling. Harlingen farmer, today as the man marketing the first bale of cotton in the nation for 1947. Garling was named winner by H. L. Gossman, secretary of the exchange, at the conclusion of a tight air race from the Rio Grande VaJ- ley. The Harlingen farmer brought his bale onto the exchange floor late yesterday 45 minutes ahead of a bale grown by Walter J. Waters, Rio Hondo farmer. Both men had their prize entries flown in by chartered plane. The two bales, which signal the start, of the cotton season in the South, remained on the exchange floor overnight and were to be weighed this morning. Garllng's winning bale will be auctioned later in the day at a time to be set by the Exchange Board. Both Garling and his pilot, Charles D. Blackwell, of Harlingen, said they did not know Water was also speeding a bale to Houston. "I didn't know he was coming," Elackwell said, "but I wasn't wasting any time getting here myself." Gavling's departure from Harling-en was delayed since he ,had to ^ return his bale to the gin to have it "squeezed" so as to fit into the small plane. A heavy rain was falling when he arrived at the Municipal Airport here, 25 minutes ahead of the Waters plane. The arrival of Garling came as a surprise. Gossman and other exchange officials had gone to the airport but they had expected to greet Waters as the winner. Waters' plane took off from San Bcnico. Like Garling, he had had difficulty in getting his bale into the plane. Each year the exchange offers a guarantee of $500 to the producer of tho first bale. Pryor Dillard, also of Harlingen, raised last year's winning balo which brought him $1,530.20. You can't interest a man in democracy when his belt buckle is tickling .his spine. —Charles P. Kindleberger, Stati Department German Division. OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with MAJOR PIE-EYE/ L SHOULD WARM ^/Cu THA.T \ME PALEFACES PLACE ON A PEDESTAL-~*-1 TRUST VOO WILL MOT LftP66 INiTO TRIBAL CUSTOrA AMD MfVTe tO REMOVE YOUR ME NOT TP\KE OFF MOCCASINS, CHIEF F1RE-M05E.' 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