Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 29, 1947 · Page 2
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Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 29, 1947
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Associalion Opposes Peanut Crop Quotas PORT WORTH—(/n—The South- Western Peanut Association was on fecord today as opposed to any crop quota for peanut farmers in 1948 to support peanut, prices The association secretary was instructed by the group's convention which ended its two-day session here Friday to sire this opinion to all congressmen from peanut-growing areas. Lee White of Dublin was elected president of the association. M. V'. Shell of Gorman was named vice president and John Haskins of Durant. Okla.. was re-Ple:-ted secretary. George Homer. Drni.son. 'incl Ralph McMullen. Brixunv. wore named directors. PAGE 2 PampA Nfcwrs, Sunday, June 2J», 1947 MWA3RD/ WHAT A REMARKABLE DCX=r/ n1 IDO' HAVE. ANOTHER CHOP. ! PLENTY MORE IN THE REFRIGERATOR. Mil srr^r^H SICCUM, WAPOLEON/ THATA BOS'/ CHAS-E. THOSE CONFOUNDED HITCH HIKERS OUT OF OUR TRAIU.ER .' Argument- Results In Death for One Newspaper Editor, Chawber Manager Join Battle Over 'Breadbasket' Title VICTORIA—i/!',—Sheriff W Crawford said an argument "patch corn. 14 turkr-v.s «n:l n ')iie- eycd sow" Friday resulted in the So iar as Bill Milk'r isclf-si.vlctl , sold ice boxes to the Eskimos in the -country editor" of the Spearman | first. World War." (Flynn, a ncws- COLLECM I INTERNAL P. lu'porteri if concerned, the battle • >v( ' r ' l:ctween Hansford <his> County and Ci'hihree County is loinrcl. death of a Negro fnnn woman .nrrl ; 1" H»s pa."' week's edition of the the wounding of her hu. band ind , Rcpprlrr. Mil or says Cvhillroe may one other man. i br ' lhp "breadbasket of the world, as , Crawford said Bculah 38. was shot at her hu? 12 miles south of here. Her husband. Wesley Crawford j 49. and Benjamin Anderson, fill -.1 sharecropper on the farm, suffered head, body and arm injuries, inflicted the sheriff said by hammers, a hatchet and a cultivator iimt. nh Ci--iwiord. I citizens of that county are contend- j staHiKl's farm' j '"'-'• 1 '" 1 tllnl ' il is bpcallst ' there's The plight of the -vhrat farmer r-npiTman, is handling the press and on to Perryton. But. being charged with telling the truth, they had to return to Spearman to get "some facts.' Regarding the broadcasts iWOAI, San Antonio; KHUZ. Borger: and KGNC, Amm-illo* Miller says, in a sort of parting .shot: "You do not have to tune in on these broadcasts to know about the proper location of the bread basket of the nation, since every one in radio releases on a $1.000 photogra- j Hansford County knows the basket | return.' Mainly About Pampa and Her Neighbor Towns Mrs. Myrtle Knloe and daughter, Anna Sue. are in Tulia today visiting their son and brother. David En- IOP. Cltgg Instant Ambiilattcc. P.215J.* Harry Schwartz, local tailor, will bo in thr East, vuitil July' 15 selecting' brnutifi;! woolens for your fall suits and top coats. Wait for his Read The Pampa Nrws Want Ads Miller's profest In the ( Iv.imbcr of C'oninirrrp I'errylon not room for the basket in Hansford County since that is really the wheat is fjrmvn. In fact. Miller and Spcurmun Ch:imbrr of Commerce Mnnayer Harry Kt-lley. ct al., transcribed a radio program to prove their point. In hi;: report. Miller says of Ochil- trro County and Perryton: "They found old Put Plynn, tile man who Gracie Reports By GKAC'IK ALLKN Well. I see that two psychiatrists from California told the American Destroys Ugly Weeds but Won't Harm Common Lawn Grasses! NO MORE back-breaking weed digging! Now you can enjoy n beautiful, weed-tree lawn by just mixing 2 tablespoons of WEHD- NO-MORE to a gallon of water and spraying it on. Weeds will soon begin to shrivel and die.WEED-NO-MORE tills dandelion, plantain and other Ugly weeds—yet won't injure soil. On Sille at I'tlint, ll<tnlivjre, dilrtlfit ly, Ufpurtmeiit ttnJ Drus Stoii't Panhandle Lumber Co., Sine. Mrrlicnl Association that neople with lots of nm- biiinn suffer from all kinds of illness. Goodness, t hope : Hint \vill wake 1 i 3i'ov;;<> <,(o>i brug- | ^ins that he never i iuul a sick day j in his life. j These two vnecli- Grade leal sent lemon brlnying up the point i that ambition makes a person try | very hard to better himself. Then, | il)c better lit. gets, the more he ; struggles to push himself forward | and after years of effort, he lias i :-:ocial prcPliRe thai, shmv.s and ulcers I and a splitting huailachc that don't. 1 I guess belonging to the Pour Hun! drcd means how many pills you take j per week. i Coming from California the psy- ' chiatri.sts certainly .should know j what, they're talking about. As an i example I've heard oi a movie writer i out here whose ulcers have splitting i headaches. A plastic is a solid which can be 420 W Foster I'll. One Thousand permanently deformed or moled by .. " J== =.^=.-==.-v ' ih'.' application of pressure. phy contest sponsored by the Per! ryton Chamber of Commerce. The ] I money is offered for best pictures of j ' the county's wheat crop, which is | i expected to be the record crop for j j thnl high-producing area.'i j Miller says the radio men hart been j invited, to'ochiltree. County to set; ! for themselves. Well, so Miller says, i "everything would have been fine if ; these radio gentlemen had not pass- i ed through Hansford County en ' ionic to Perryton. They admitted to the country editor of Speannan they could locate the boundaries of Hansford County by the tall wheat without any highway markers." i Miller declares the radio men went, Parnpan Is Medical i Center Graduate | Piivnlc Freimon W. Allen, son of I'll, and Mrs. A. C. Allen, 014 8. I Fs.ulk'.isr. is n recent graduate from the Medical Technicians Course for rulist'.'d technicians al Medical P/rkl Service School, Brooke Army .Medical Center. Port Sam Houston. Cue of ihe units comprising Brooke Army Medical Center, the Medical Field Service School trains both offic?rj and enlisted men lor medical service in the Army. The course is a highly concentrated one, ];)'ep,.nn»- Army personnel for a technical job of importance in the Medical Service. Thousands Watch Dallas Oil Blaze PALLAS—(/I 5 )—An. oil fire in the bulk storage warehouse of the VVa.'.tc Cil Pickup Service Co., 2240 Singleton Blvd., drew thousands of fpcctiitors yesterday to watch the clouds of black smoke. Jack Morifion. owner or the company, estimated damage at, more than $15,000. The lire wns confined to the oil company's property and under control in 30 minute:), Fin Chief C. N. 1'enn said. J. W. Hattaway. fireman, was ovr rcome by heat and exhaustion. West Point is the oldest tr. S. military post now in use. Somebody's county is gonna lose has to be located in Ochiltrce County so the combines of Hansford County can fill it. There shore ain't room for Hansford wheat . . ." For the answer, we'll have to wait till the harvest is finished in both counties. Local Minister Will Take Par! in Institute If you've been shopping around for shoes and have seen the frightful prices now being asked you'll be delighted when you see these marvelous values in smart dressy shoes at Anthony's. Just look around, then look at these! Anthony's selections include many interesting variations of pumps, slings, platforms, oxfords, spectators and other popular styles . . . The dominant color is black but youll also find some smart colors in certain styles . . . Heels are high,' medium or low depending upon your choice of styles. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS you can trust. Careful fitting that will please you. Others $5.90 to $8.95 Hev. Russell G. West, pastor i'.hr- local Church of th:> Brethren, will leave today for SrvKna. Kims., where he will set ve as n leader in (lie Brethren Work Cnmp and Peace- Institute, locate;! in Saliua. Beginning tomorrow through July 13, the National Brethren Service Committee will conduct an institute al the camp en the problems of peace. Youn(> people from all I ver the continent have been invited to attend the institute. Rev. West will lead a discussion group on the .siguiiic.ncc of the Church of the Brethren in this critical hour. Dr. Robert H. Miller, instructor ol Bible ind Philosophy at, North Manchester Collcoc, Indiana. I>. I urell Weiss, dean of La Vevne Col- kge. California, and Dim West, of Goshcn. Indiana, originator of the American Heifer Project, will lead discussiom at the institute. Mr. and Mrs. Boycl Hcnslcy, Mrs. Troy Pnyne and Mrs. Ray Powers. T witty, were in Pampa yesterday. Mrs. powers' daughter, Miss Frankie Powers, returned with them for the weekend. Cab Drivers needed. Apply Pep's Cab Stand. 221 N. Cuy'.cr." We .sell all Brands of Beer, every clav and Sundays. Southern Club.' L. /. Rhodes left Saturday on a business trip to Pagosa Springs, Colo. Keep rool all summer, Air-conditioned plus fans. Raise your salary and be comfortable. Attend day school or night school. Call 323. Pampa Business College."' Golden I.onf Bread. The freshest in town. Pampa Baking Co.* Mrs. Oan Wallace and children, Bobby and Barbara Dan, are leaving this week for San Antonio where they will join their husband and father. T./Sgt. Wallace, who is sta- o f | tioned at Randolph Field. Order a tailored suit from our wide selection of latest styles and ed for cash. White Mrs. E. S. Wolfe, P. O .Box 756, Pampa, Texas.* Mrs. D. IMC. Sheets and daughters, Joyce and Nancy, San Bernardino, Calif., are visiting this week in the Ralph Sloan home. Mrs. Sheets and Mrs. Sloan are sisters. Bicycles! fcfl and 24-hich Boys' and Girls' style. See them at Boy and Bob's Bike Shop. 414 W. Browning. 11 Gall Your Laundry number 675 for wet wash, thrity and finish. Pick up and delivery service.* Mr, and Mrs. C. O. Pryor announce the birth of a daughter, Saturday, June 21, in Pampa Hospital. She weighed 5 Ibs. and 11 1/2 oz. and has been named Martha Lee. Dance to the music of Roy Terry's Orchestra Sunday nite, or enjoy your favorite beer at your free table at the Southern Club.' RURS,( Blankets and Bed-spreads, are like new when dried in our new drier. Sno.White Washateria." Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schwartz will leave Monday for Oklahoma City, where she will visit while Mr. Schwartz goes by plane to the eastern markets In Baltimore and New York City. They will be gone two weeks. 1947 Buick 4-door Roadmastcr' Sedan for sale. With all extras. Two- tone Green GOO miles. Private owner. Call 16GO or 1966J.* Mr. and Mrs. W. E. James, Jr., nnd daughter. Sherry, of Memphis, Term., have returned home after a two-week visit in the homes of their parents in Pampa and Lcfors. W. E. is a medical student at the University of Tennessee. Miss Vesta James accompanied them liome for a visit. Stanley Products, Nylon Brushes. Call 58GW. Mrs. Waeehter." Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Franklin and children. Sue and Derrcll, 317 N. Zimmcr, and B. A. Franklin, Groom, have returned from a two-week visit with relatives in Jefferson City, Tenn. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Dora Franklin, aunt of Orville Franklin, who will visit relatives in this section. Bonnie Ethvards will be at tlie Orchid Beauty Salon and invites your patronage. Call C&i.* Mrs. Llndcr Phillips has returned to her home from Worlcy Hospital where she underwent a minor operation last Saturday. Fire Wheat insurance in field or [itorag-e $4.30 per mo. Per $1000. Martin and Turner. Phone 772--107 New Electric Supply Business Opens Here A new business appeared In Pampa recently, when the Electric Supply Co.. owned and operated by E. W. Southard, opened at 319 W. Poster. .Southard stated that his firm, will be equipped to do electrical contracting and electrical repair work, and will carry a stock of electrical appliances and supples. The firm is licensed, insured, and bonded, stated Southard. Pfc. Royce L. Ay res Arrives in Japan Pic. Roycc L. Ayres, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Ayres, of Pampa, was c, recent arrival at Camp Haug'cn HachinohCi Japan, to serve with the silth Parachute Infantry Regiment, llth Airborne Divisions. He was a former member of • the 62nd Airborne itfvision, located at Fore Bragg, N. C. Ayres entered the service at Damp phaffee, Ark., March 8, 1845. He I'-ook his infantry basic at 'Camp Fannin, Texas, and his jump training at Fort Benntng, Ga. First D.P. Ship to Sail From China SHANGHAI—(£")— The UNBRA- chartered Marine Lynx of the American President Lines is scheduled to snil from Shanghai for Naples, Italy, July 25, 'In the agency's final repatriation operation from the Orient for European nationals displaced by the war. The last hockey season was the seventh in which Bryan Hextall of (he New York Rangers scored 20 or more goals in the National League. He has made 179 regular season goals and seven in Stanley Cup play. P A' Mil ft ONE ENTIRE A M r A WEEK Starling Monday, July 7 Auspices American Legion DRAMA - VODVIL - COMEDY "TBNT THEATRE BEAUTIFUL labiics. We do alterations, relining:N. Frost.* Classes and Prizes In American Quarter Horse Show Listed Classes and prizes for the American Quarter Horse Show that will be held August G-7. in connection with the annual Top o' Texas Rodeo and Horse Show, were announced Saturday by Quentcn Williams, chairman of the show. Six prizes will be awarded in each of eight classes. Prizes range from 440 in some classes to ribbons for fifth and sixth place winners. Classes are as follows: Stallions 1. Three years old and over ifoal- e.d during or before 1944). 2. Two years old t foaled during 1945). 3. One year old (foaled during 1946). 4. Under one year old (foaled during 1947). Mares 5. Three years old a?id over (foaled during or before 1944), 6. Two years old (foaled during 1945). 7. One year old (foaled during 194G). 8. Under one year old < foaled during 1E471. Rosettes will be awarded Grand Champion and Reserve Champion stallions and mares. In addition to the above prizes, the American Quarter Horse Association will present special trophies to the Grand Champion Stallion and Grand Champion Man*. Read The Pampa News Want Ads and repair work. Paul Hawthorne Tailoring Shop. Phone. 920.* Mrs. Lawrence McWilliams of the Holmes Lease is seriously ill in a Boi'ser hospital. We have just uncratetl the most beautiful blond cabinet nine tube Radio-Phonograph combination in Pampn. Of course it's a Hoffman Modern Appliance Co." Miss Barbara Coonrod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Coonrod, 716 E. Browning, has been visiting in Tulsa, Ckla., for the past three weeks. She will return home this evening. T\io "Hotpoint" Electric ranges for immediate delivery from otu' stock. One is the De Luxe model. The other Standard. Modern Appliance Co. Get your bicycle tires and tubes at K. and R. Service Station. 322 N. Cuylor." Mayor C. A. Huff, Crawford Atkinson. Fred Thompson and Steve Matthews arc spending the weekend nt Eagles Nest on a fishing trip. The .Southern Clubs' 4th of July Dance will be on the nite of July 3rd. Everyone welcome. Frefe tables."' Good clcanins' results don't just hpprjen. You can depend on Pampa Cleaners for better cleaning." Miss Rosalie Carruth, Denver, Colo., is visiting Miss Ann Spencer, 702 E. Bro\v?iing. They have been in Canadian this past week. Feel Safe! Send those soiled formals and delicate summer blouses to Master Cleaners." Our Training- does not cost. It pays. Phone 323 Pampa Business Oollc n e :f Mrs. Ada Arnold, 926 S. Dwight, returned home Friday from All Saints Hospital in Fort Worth where she had undergone surgery. She is reported doing' nicely. Ilanca at the Southern Club every Sun., Wed., and Saturday nite.* Want to buy from owner 3 or 4 room modern house reasonably pric- Mrs. L. Z, Rhodes and children of White Deer, Route 1, were in Pampa. yesterday. Mr. Yatcs says there is no neert of a discolored frizzle permanent. We close July 30th for 6 weeks.•* Mrs. H. I.. Wilder returned Friday night by air from Mississippi where she spent several days visiting her parents and attended a family reunion there. Head The Pampa News Want Ads WET WASH 5c per Ib. AMERICAN STEAM- LAUNDRY 515 S. Cuyler Phone 205 [airline Accuracy There can be no deviation from instructions in prescription filling! That's why our stock of essential drugs is always complete; our pharmacists are always cautious. Two lloffisi'pvcd Pharmacists On Duty WILSON DRUG 300 S. Cuylor Phone 600 .. . For Bulldint, ' Conv^httonal, Pocket Linings Of Heavy Boatsail Drill! Security Federal' Saving*, a'njd Loan" Asociaion Schneider Hotel Garage "Bill Richey", Owner Phone 488 We Feature SKELLY PRODUCTS We Carry a Complete Stock oi Sealed "Canned" Oils \ WASHING AND LUBRICATION Tires £ Batteries & Accessories • Open Sunday and Every Day From IP, n. io J2 P, M. Made in authentic Western style with snug seat and legs. Extrq heavy denim for real wear. These finer jgqns have scroll- stitched hip pockets. Copper rivets at strain points. Are sewed with bright orange thread. Well made in all de- tails for long service. Sizej 28 to 36 $119 ^^W|^^ JACKET TO MATCH Sturdy unlined denim jacket, same materials and construction as the jeans. Sizes 30 to 48. $249

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