Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 26, 1947 · Page 13
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 13

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, June 26, 1947
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sisr Named Aggie Grid Coach tt, WILLIAMS . -<r—(#>)— AP- of Harry stiteter, coach of two • championship high school football teams, .as assistant foot- bnll coach at Texas A&M College was announced today by Athletic Director J. W. (bough) Rollins. For the'last year stiteler has been i with Rice Institute. Before that, he coached the Cor| pus dbrlsti and Wa"co hi?h school ! teams 'successively to state titles. ; Stiteler, who received his B. A. degree from A&M in 1931, is a former Southwest conference pole Vault champion. ' At A&M, he will assist Homer Norton, hsad football coach. Stite- ler'i appointment was made possible by the approval yesterday of the college's budget by the A&M board of directors. It completes the slate of the nine-member athletic coun- DISfANCE JUDGE A bolt of lightning is one mile [away, for each five seconds that lelapse between the lightning flash land the crash of thunder that fol- iiows. The practice of agriculture by nan is .believed to date from before 5000 B.C. J GRAMMA KM ITS ALL SUMMER LOWS.' •IE PRACTICALLY WfeARS THE WOOLENS IMTHE SUMMER, AMD . TURMS THEM I OVER TO US / FOR WINTER/y WILL VdU SET MB ANOTHER GLASS OP WATER? I SEEM AWFUL THIRSTY" TODAY/ BOKM THIRTY YEARS TDO SOON MORE FUN In Your Vacation Trav«l WITH THIS COMPLETI PRE-VACATION D Tune-up the engine for top performance. D Lubricate the chassis; Q Inspect the transmission •ncf differential lubricants. G Change motor oil; inspect D T«»t brakes—adjust if • needed. D Inspect windshield wipers; 1 .lights and steering. I T H E P R I C E ? i Probably less than you expect to pay. SERVICE THi fUCi TO STOP iifORi YOU CO Boyles Nash Co. 114 8. Frost Phone 130 Big Battle Looms in NCAA Tennis Tourney LOS ANGELES—W)—A wide open bsttle for the National Collegiate Athletic Association Tennis championships shaped up today. Survivors of four rounds of singles en- 'tra-ed the quarter finals following a hectic' day which saw seven seeded players bounced out of the toutna- ineiir. Today's center court matches at host school UCLA: Gardner Lamed, William and Mary, vs. Jim Evert, Notre Dmne; Straight Clark, Southern California, vs. Dick Savltt, Cornell: George' Drullner, College of Pacific, vs. Fred Kovaleskl, W. & M.: Bernard Bartzen, W. & M., vs. Vic Seixas, North Carolina. The seven who joined previously beaten top-seeded Jack Tucro of Tulane os spectators In singles were Herbic Flam and Gene Garrett of UCLA, Sam Match and Bobby Curtis of Rice, Harry Llkns of the University of Southern California, Jim Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Ent, talk, Inueh or sneeze without fear of insecure false teeth dropping, slipping or wobbling. FASTEETH holds plates firmer nnd move comfortably. Tills pleasant liowder 1ms no gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Doesn't cause nausea. Iff ALKALINE (non-acid). Checks "plat* odor" (denture breath.) Get FAH- TEKTH-at ans' drug store. TKETH at any ilrug store. helena rubinstein milk-tone the cake make up that Won't ^17 your skin! For glamour—nothing' beats a real cake make-up. But you want orio ; "'that won't ijry your skin. , That is why Helena Rubinstein developed MILK-TONE — the caka make-up that will actually guard the freshness of your skin. Becauso Helena .Rubinstein, pioneer iti beauty' science, Mends it with mild, > gentle milk protein! - Kn.K-TQ.VE CAKE MA.KE-up~ia four flattering e P*»chliloora, Mauresque, Rachel, Suntan, 1,00 tttttm &ERRY ; S PHARMACY 100 S, Cuyler Phone 1110 Brink of Washington and Clarence Mabry of Texas. Points for the team trophy began accumulating today. The 1940 winners, W. & M., with three contestants headed by Mo. two seeded Larned in the singles and two teams in the doubles, was heavily favored to repeat for this honor. Lsvrned, loser in the la USD's Bob Falkenbcrg last year, rusted Mabry in the fourth round, 6-3, 7-5, while teammate Bartzen furnished the day's biggest upset lueliniinating Flam, 0-3, G-3, The UCLA youngster won from Bart- 7,en in the National junior finals last year. Grade Reports By GUAC1E ALLEN Well, the animal kingdom scorns to be moving in on us now. Lassie, the movie dog, is the star of a radio program, and there's no telling where this may lead. In order to cut down expenses the sponsors maj replace oilier programs, the dog acts realizing that even Jack Benny would refuse la Grade work lor dog bis. cult. There's no reason why a dog comedian shouldn't make good. Men always put the radio audience in stitches when they imitate a dog, go a dbg Imitating a man ought to be a riot. Prom radio, the dogs might.move into that other form of comedy known as politics. Canines are known as man's best friend which would make a wonderful slogan but I hope this never comes to pass. Politics is something that shouldn't happen to a dog. Medal of Honor Winner Is Citizen HOUSTON— <#>)—Macario Garcia, 29, of Houston, today is a citizen of. the country which awarded him; the Congressional Medal of Honor for bravery while in Germany during the war. Garcia, along with 48 other people, including eight veterans, took the oath of allegiance before Federal Judge Allen B. Hannay here yesterday to become a United States citizen. It would be impossible to predict the heights of civilization which not merely the United States but all of the nations might attain if only we could learn how to live together in the new world.—Dr. George F. Zook, president National Council of Education. NOTICE TO INSURANCE COMPANIES The City of Pampa liorcby requests bids for group insurance lo oily employees covering- liospltalizatlon, accident, and death benofils qn employees and their families. Said bids must be filed with the City Manager before- 10:00 A. M., July S, 1917, together with a form of contract mid complete premium rate, allowing annual, quarterly and monthly rale, charged therefor. More detallH us to plan may Ue obtained from the City Manager. The city reserves the right to reject any and all bids submitted. S. MATTHEWS, City Manager, lilth—2Cth. TO ALL BANKS AND BANKING •INSTITUTIONS IN THE CITY OF PAMPA, OKAL, COUNTY, TJ3XAS; You are hereby notified that the City of Pampa, Texas; will accept bids for City Depository up until Ten (10:00) o'clock A. M. July 8th, 1847. Said bids are to he addressed to the City Manager of the City of Pampa, Texas, and endorsed on the outside of the envelope "Bid for City Deposi tory." S. MATTHEWS, City Manager. BEARD'S MILK IS HEALTHFUL! Because It's HOMOGENIZED 'NURSING PATIENTS ISA «•— rfft***-r— •- (WiTj Delicious Refreshing •i .»>•»* Our milk is richer in health building qualities . . . it's better tasting—because we specialize In quality dairy products. We sell only the best ,v i|||p|0|t!^P|MHIv JBH^P^P^WI^ f w9^ ^P^WW^P^^PJIW w ^P^WI^B^BBlff^^p ^W "ALWAYS AHEAD" Rolarians Hear Convention Report The Pampa Rotary CJub yesterday heard Orover C. Heard, the club's third delegate to the recent Rotary International convention held in San Francisco, in his report on the club service and international service meetings. Heard said the convention was told, during the international Ihcme meeting, that "we are still living with our foreign neighbors In theory only, and. until we refrain from calling foreigners by the terms of Chinks. Greasers. Bohunks and other names- we will continue to live together in theory only."' He also related some parts of the trip and tours Rotarians were taken on. A perfect attendance for next week's meeting was urged, by the, i attendance committee, for the installation of officers. Irvin Cole, who will retire as club i president at ne:u week's meeting. ' road the letter of Commendation from Rotary International, complimenting the Pampa club on contributing over 100 percent to the Paul Harris Foundation. Charles Powell reported that Troop 20- Boy Scouts of America, sponsored by the Pampa Rotary, had five boys in camp at present, and the scouts had planted several trees as well as painted the inside of their club house. Tom Rose, club secretary, reported that 15 new members had been taken into the club in the past year. It was announced that a Rotary Information meeting will be held on Friday night in Cole'. 1 ; Pampa News, Thursday, June 26, 1947 ..""** Page IS office. Ray Evans, president elect, had charge of the program. Club singing was in charge of Virgil Mott with the assistance of M. K. Brown. DeLea Vicars- Rev. Douglas Carver, and I/ion Red Wedgworth. Rotarians are still wondering how j the latter "snuck in." Visiting Rotarians and guests were introduced j by Heard. Cole had charge of the , meeting. I San Juan. Puerto Rico, was es- ' lablishcd in 1510. REAL. ESTATE LO^NS For Building, Bepnlrinp ' , Refinancing FHA Conventional Low Rates —tonir.T«nn». Security Federal-Saving's and Loati Association Combs-Woriey Bld£. . Phone 604 s Price+Quali **+* A bargain is a good piece of merchandise at a price that's LOW (or !ls QUALITY. It's whal you GET for what you PAY that makes a Penney bargain. Cheap, shoddy stuff is never a bargain, no matter how little it costs you. We wouldn't-give it houseroom here at Penney'*. Through thick and thin we've stuck to this: it must be GOOD and LOW- PRICED to be a bargain! Thai's why our customers believe in us. Like ug> they're hard-working Americans who won't stand for lazy dollar*, PROY.EN-.SUCCESS FASHIONS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICKS! How do we do it? Not By miracles, for miracles are rare. 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Pretty pinafore types with part ruffles edged with rick-rack. Separate dirndl skirt with large pocket. Red, blue with white. Pearl-Like Buttons on COTTON SHIRTS 2.29 So washable ,so wearable all summer . . , this tailored fine cotton shirt.. . full cut with whipped seams, breast pocket. Where else can you f ind such value? Women's Glamorous SLACK SUITS 7.90 Metal buttons on beautifully tailored slack suits of rayon faille. Zipper placket. One of the many ways Penny's keeps you looking ultra-smart. Women's Gabardine PLEATED SHORTS 1.98 Nicely tailored shorts with fly-side* button closings, one mannish pocket. them in threes . . . that can't be beat. colors. 13 to 18. Brice 4- Quality — A Penne . > ( ' ^&P • *f-,..-^.. i4.A.^ A, i Lai.^l Sv . f ....v. /.AjMarMiiiNaatii A<a fJ1'ail^ b..,issliSM4J;.»l4al»..ik,.Aii-.-.ii Ji :<"^,.' 1 ., ,„':}.

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