Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on April 28, 1937 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, April 28, 1937
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tm f AMPA DAtLY HEWS, PampS, Aa. . ^*» ^^Ufe«*^yfc PAGE THluSB a. P fl J] 1SIO k. c. TODAY 4:00 F. M. minutes, of dance music played by 'minutes of dance musM blayed fay E8d!e Carson's orchestra. 4:30 P. M. TAMPA MERCHANT'S PERIOD — More variety and more bargains. 5iOO P. M. CECIL AND SALLY— The comic strip of the air. Sponsored by Culberson-Smalling. 6:18 P. M. FINAL EDITION OP THE NEWS — Broadcast from the editorial roonis of the DAILY NEWS. Tex DeWeese officiating. 5:30 P. M. RADIO BOOK REVIEW— Juat what the name implies. 5:45 P. M. DINNER DANCE MUSIC. 6:00 P. M. KPDN SPORTS REVIEW— Current sports dope commented on, ' and delivered by Harry Hoare. 6:15 P. M. MtJSICAL MOMENTS REVUE— Rublnoff'n thirty-three piece orchestra, 'and this week with Edward Nell, Jr., and Willie Morris fts guest artists. 6:30 P. M. INQUIRING REPORTER— Golden Light's man on the street. 6:45 P. M. TOMORROW WITH KPDN — Program resume. 7:00 P. M. THE SLUMBER HOUR. TOMORROW 6:30 A. M. MUSICAL CLOCK— You are sure to know by thia time what this show is. It's good "get-up-ln-the- mornlnff-muaic-and-copy." 7:30 A. M. JUST ABOUT TIME — Get up early enough sometime to hear this. It's good! 7. '4^4. »i. OVBR-NIGHT NEWS— Brought to the- air by Adklsson-Baker. 8:00 A. M. TUrtE •* TEASERS— Broadcast direct* from the showroom floor of Cullum and Son. George Taylor, Himself, .announcing. 8:30 A. M. THE BIRTHDAY CLUB— If your 'friends, are having birthdays, tell us about It; and they will be . saluted on the air, under your name. 8:45 A. M. LOST AND FOUND BUREAU OF THE AIR— Sponsored by Edmondson's Dry Cleaners. 8:50 A. M. ANNOUNCER'S CHOICE — Ten minutes, during which the Announcers use their own judgment. 9:00 A: M. , -SHOPPING' WITH SUE — Thirty .minutes with KPDN's Home Economist. Good music, and a lot of Good household hints. 9:30 A. M. MERCHANT'S CO-OPERATIVE •• PROGRAM — Variety of music sponsored by six of Pampn's business firms. 9:45 A. M. - EDDIE EDEN, ORGANIST— The housewives morning rest period. 10:00 A. M. MORNING MELANGE— A little bit of everything. 10:30 -A. M. MID-MORNING NEWS — Lat« Transradio news releases, 10:46 A. M. HAWAIIAN MOODS — String Music from the Islands. 11:00 A. M. HOLLYWOOD BREVITIES— Dope on your movie favorites. 11:15 A. M. 'HOME-FOLKS FROLIC — our dally Hill Billy Program. 11:30 A. M. LUNCHEON DANS ANT — Dance • Miutlc. 12:00 Noon. MUSICAL JAMBOREE— This is another, of Ray Monday's shows. 12:30 f, M. ' WALTZ TIME— A fine program with copy by pur "new" Helen Brown; Sponsored by Southwestern Public Service Company. 1:00 P. M. MID-DAY NEWS — Some more . Transradlo news bulletins. 1:15 P. M. HARMONY HALL— A good program of vocal harmonizing. 1:30 P. M. DANCE • HOUR — Thirty minutes Q( rlate popular dance releases, 2:00 P. M. MAN-ON.THE-STREET — Bob Messer, again, from the main V "-d«ur.- ' " : «sl5 T, M. THE GAIETIES. 2:30 V. W. . PETITE MUSICALS — A thirty minute concert program. 3:00 P. M. THE MONITOR VIEWS THE NEWS— James Todd, 'New Commentator, 3:15 P. W, TEA-TIME TUNES, 3:30 P, M. THE GARDEN PARTY— Gardening dope, interspaced with good •music. 4:00 P, M. TUB SOUTHERN CLUB-T-Thirty minute remote. Music by Eddie Carson's Orchestra, 4:30 P, M, PAMPA MERCHANT'S PERIOD ' —A variety program brought to the air by four Pampa Mtchunta. 4:45 P. M. AFTERNOON VARIETIES. 5:00 P, W, CEPIL AND SALLY— The Comic strip of the Air, sponsored by CuJberoon-Smalline. 5:16 Pi M«i FJNAL EpITION OF THE NEWS Broadcast from the editorial roams Pf the DAILY NEWS, with Tex PeWeeae announcing, 5:30 P, W.'.: ' 8T«.ANQB PACTS. — And Infer. tmtttop program with in'orm»- , tion taken from the World Encyclopedia. 5:45 P, RJ, DINNER PANOE MUSIC. ' SPORTS REVIEW— Harry Ho#re ccunimcntlng on current sports 'events. Sponsored by the „ . P J H 2? 8 Hardware ., Company. 9JW TQJJQHROW ,WJTP KPPN— ftf rair* rag mVMBEB HftUK -, 04* Port Worth, April 28 otch Texas professional and ama- ur golfers In the P, O. A.-State pen took out after two pace-set- ng competitors today—Lev! Lynch " Dallas and par. Lynch started the second day of lay with a steady 144, a stroke end of his nearest competitors, but ot even he had managed to achieve ar on the baffling Colonial club's 680-yatd course. He was four trokes over. Behind htm in the medal play ere Jimmy Demaret of Houston, nee champion, and Sammy Schneler, bespectacled Corpus Christl pro- esslonal ace. They scored 145 for le two rounds. Because only the first 72 holes ounty, Lynch, Demaret and Schneier will be Texas' three representa- ves In the national professional olf association tournament. Among the amateurs, Reynolds mith, Walker cup player, and Har- Todd, former state amateur cham- ion, both of Dallas, were low, both hooting 146. George Aulbach, Dallas ro, and Smith were the only two layers to. even par In one of the 8-hole rounds. Par Is 70. Aulbach hot 147 to put him among the lead- rs. Others with formidable scores Inluded: Henry Ransom of Bryan, Tom Sockwell of Dallas, Don Schumacher, state amateur champion rom Dallas, all with 148's; Jack 3urke of Houston, defending cham- iqn, Tony Butler of Harllngen, Bryn Winter of Dallas and Rufus King, Southern Methodist University stu- ent, with 14B's. Today's 36 holes will conclude the ournament. Skellytown News By Mrs. W. W. Hughes SKELLYTOWN, April 28 — Mr. nd Mrs. George Allen are spending wo weeks visiting in Marlin. Mrs. Elsie Summers visited in Col- rado last week. Miss Ann Thurston spent the week-end in Hobbs, N, M., the guest eacher here. Mr. and Mrs. Rome Johnson are he parents of a son, born April 21 nd weighing 9 pounds. TRAIN HELD UP PECOS, April 28 (/P)— The rlp-roar- ng days of the old West were revived ast night near here when a young gunman held up a Texas and Pa- iflc freight train, forced three of- iclals from the train and fired sev- n shots at them. He then set the engine on fire in an unsuccessfu ffort to run away with the train. NATIONAL LEAGUE Results Yesterday New York at Philadelphia postponed; rain. Cincinnati at Chicago, postponed; wet grounds. Boston at Broklyn, postponed; rain. Pittsburgh i; St. Louis 3. Standings Today CLUB— W. L. Pet. St. Louis 8 1 .833 Pittsburgh 4 1 .800 New York 3 1 .760 Philadelphia 3 2 .600 Brooklyn 2 3 .400 Boston 2 4 .333 Chicago 1 4 500 Cincinnati 0 4 .000 Schedule Today Brooklyn at New York. Cincinnati at Chicago. Pittsburgh at St. Louis. Boston at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. AMERICAN LEAGUE Results Yesterday Philadelphia at New York, postponed; rain. St. Louis at Detroit, postponed; wet grounds. Chicago at Cleveland, postponed; rain. Washington at Boston, postponed; cold weather. Standings Today CLUB— W. L. Pet. New York 3 1 .150 Detroit 2 1 .687 Philadelphia 3 2 .600 Cleveland 2 2 .500 Chicago 2 2 .500 Boston ; B 2 .500 St. Louis 2 3 .400 Washington 1 4 .200 Schedule Today New York at Washington. St. Louis at Detroit. Chicago at Cleveland. Philadelphia at Boston. TEXAS LEAGUE Results Sunday Tulsa 5; Galveston 9. Oklahoma City 4; Houston 1. The Standing CLUB— W. L. Pet Beaumont 10 3 .769 Oklahoma City 8 6 .575 San Antonio 7 6 .538 Fort Worth 7 6 .538 Tulsa 7 7 .500 Houston 6 7 .461 Dallas 5 8 .384 Galveston 4 9 .307 Today's Schedule Okla. City at Houston (day). Tulsa at Galveston (night.) Dallas at Beaumont (day.) Port Worth at San Antonio (night.) JAYCEES VS. SCOUTS. The Jaycee softball team and Boy Scout troop 80's club will "buddy up" tomorrow afternoon and play a practice game at Magnolia dla-i mond. The game will begin promptly at 6:30 and members of both teams are asked to be at the diamond before that time by Managers Harvey Downs and Grover Helskell. (B; The ABBociatcd Prc*«) North and south met on even terms In the Texas league yesterday. Fort Worth and Oklahoma City strengthened their claims on first division berths with decisive victories over San Antonio and Houston, while Galveston and Beaumont were successfully upholding the honor of South Texas with wins over Dallas and Tulsa. The league-leading Beaumonters applied the bat with telling vigor against the Dallas hurler, Parker, and came out ahead 7 to 3. Galveston used the same tactics In downing the champion Tulsa Oilers 9 to 5, Frits, Dooley and Fleming hitting triples for the Bucs in a 10-hlt performance. Bubba Jonnard, meanwhile, came to the rescue of Dutch Schesler in time to cut the Oilers off with one hit after the third inning, at which point the game was tied up at 5-all. Homer Peel's Fort Worth cats twice overcame San Antonio leads to win 11 to 5. The Cats coupled their 14 hits with poor Mission fielding to win going away. Oklahoma City, In second place, disclosed what the rest of the league may expect from Leonard Karjalaln, a righthander who had the Houston Buffs swinging futllely every time the situation grew tense. He allowed seven hits. The score was 4 to 1. Today's games: Dallas at Beaumont. Fort Worth at San Antonio. Oklahoma City at Houston. Tulsa at Galveston. ^—. Best Boxers to Fight at McLean McLEAN, April 28.—The best high school boxers In tne Panhandle wli vie for honors at the McLean high school gymnasium Friday and Saturday when the McLean Invitation boxing tournament will be staged More than 100 fighters are expected to participate In the big affair. Daniels of Goodnight with A. A U. and Golden Glove experience will most likely face "Dippy" Norman In the Irng again. Norman won the decision but Daniels won the "Most Popular Fighter" aware at the Wheeler meet. If the eliminations work out right there will be another thrilling fight between these two boys. Harmon of Wheeler and Wells o: McLean will meet again in the heavyweight division. Both boys tip the scales a few pounds over 200 The fighting of these boys has created considerable excitement at former tournaments and Wells of McLean is out to settle the dispute WASHDAYS-NOW Sports Roundup By EDDIE BRIETZ NEW YORK, April 28 (AP)—It's second down and 23 to go for Dizzy Dean, who promised the Cardinals 25 wins this season. . . Just In case you overlooked the dispatches, old Ty Cobb won himself i golf tournament out on the coast ihe other day. . . Mike Jacobs is sporting a new green overcoat that positively Is the last word in Spring toggery. Superior, WIs., has a sports favorite to follow and root for In every season. . . Last fall it was Alphonse (Tuffy) Leemans, the former Gegrge Washington football star, who starred with the New York Giants. . . In the winter Superior fans can brag about their powerful basketball teams or Bess Earhardt, America's sweetheart of the ice. . . Now they are all steamed up over the doing of Morrle (Snooker) Arnovlch, young Phllly outfielder, whose seven consecutive hits didn't hurt his chances of making the grade as a regular. Perhaps primitive life had its compensations, but wash day was not one of them. Pounding, brushing, and rubbing were the methods used-in laundry work many years ago. In too many instances these methods are still used in our modern United States. Electric washers are no longer expensive and they can be operated for less than a nickel a week. *t The electric washer does better work than can be done by hand because hot water can be used in the washer. No one can really describe the work an electric washer serves. You should get your electric dealer to let you try one. Southwestern w •BPT iBBPr wB^ if fRMRp ' ' iBPBp w^Hf -Hr, ^B» 1^ <w* iRIRHr iffllw No matter what his earlier opponents may have been, they can't say Big Jack Torrance Is getting a set-lip in Abe Simon, tonight. . . Lou Chlozza of the Giants is a crack spaghetti cooker. . . During 1 one of the frequent showers In Portland, Ore., young Bobby Mattick, Los Angeles outfielder, observed: "Gosh, It sure rains easy •here." . . . Verdun, Quebec, is going to make a cop out of unemployed Walter Young, who won the Boston Marathon last week. . . Tulane thinks it has a good chance to grab national honors in both golf and tennis this season. Cleveland writers are urging the Indian Moguls to do some serious thinking about the case of Paul Dean, who they say has worked too hard at too early an age, and nol make the same mistake with Bob Feller. . . Seems odd to read of ball games in the Southern Association being called off because ol cold weather. . . It happened at Little Rock the other day. about his fistic prowess debated In former bouts. Coach Bill Allen things he has a match for the Bill "Terror" Kilmar of Amarillo in Ray Terrell. Allen's protege has been training hard and Is out to take the 175-pound crown away from Kllman, won at the Wheeler tournament. All communities near McLean wil be represented in the tournamenl and considerable interest has been created on some of the fights thai will evidently come off. WASHINGTON, April 28 (IF) — President Virgil Jordan of the national Industrial conference board contended today the Roosevelt administration has built "a vast political organization designed to maintain it in permanent power." His general denunciation of the President's policies, prepared for the convention of the United States chamber of commerce, was the first of the meeting. Asserting that governmental mechanisms forged by the administration are designed to bring about "a system of state capitalism," Jordan said: "The most Important thing to remember about this governmental juggernaut is that it Is Irreversible. No matter how many there are who may desire it reversed, no political leader or party today would try to reverse it." Reciting various administration policies. Jordan said these set up governmental machinery "that has been operating during the past four years to undermine and destroy the (private) enterprise order. "It is practically complete, but a few more gadgets are being forged and will be fitted into place as soon as all constitutional obstacles are removed." During the next decade, he declared, the government may cripple the working capacity of the people, dissipate the private capital resources of the community grind up the enterprise organization in all its vital parts and replace It with a form of state capitalism." The national Industrial conference board makes studies of economic problems, issuing statistical and other reports. It has headquarters in New York. P. W. Lltchfleld of Akron, O., president of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber company, urged establishment of a democratic basis between labor and management. "There can be no assurance of economic stability under conditions approximating a labor-dictatorship." he said, "nor can we achieve progress with the working man oppressed by autocratic capital. These paths lead to communism or fascism." CLUB LAKE CHARLES, 'LA., April —Holding 20 patrons ot the" subufb* an Prank and Bob club At bfty, thfee bandits gathered cash totaling 13,660 and escaped, early t News Want-Ads Get Results. 11 DAYS tINTtL SHRINERS TAKE NOTICE WHEN WE STOP GREASY INDIGESTION WE FEEL JUST FINE Our stomach can't digest grease. Nelthei can our bowfls. Only our pancreatic Juice, working wilu our bile juice, can digest grease. When we get bad taste, headache and that nasty grouchy feeling which comes from greasy Indigestion, take 1 Carter's Little Liver Pill' before each meal and 1 after. Carter's Little Liver Pills trine a large How of our pancreatic juice and bile juice Into our bowels. The large flow of these Juices digests the grease we have eaten. Then we burst into life and Into our work like a joyous skyrocket. But if you want this glorious relief from greasy indigestion, ask your druggist for Carter's Little Liver Pills by name and stubbornly refuse to buy anvthlnor pln*>. 9Kr> All sliriners and their ladies regardless of Temple, are requested to attend meeting at Schneider Hotel afternoon and evening of April 29th. Banquet and plenty of entertainment! Wear your fez! For Further Information Call C. H. Compton Phone 999 PANHANDLE TRAILWAYS to the next town or across America Through Bus — No Change Leaves Pampa for Oklahoma City and points east at 9:40 a. m. and 4:15 p. m. Leaves Pampa for Enid at 12:40 p. m. Leaves Pampa for Childress, Wichita Falls, Dallas at 11:00 a. m., 2:45 p. m. and 7:00 p. m. via Amarillo. Large new b.uses all the way over an all paved route. Five round trips daily to Amarillo and Borger If you want the best, ask for TRAILWAYS—alwaya PAMPA BUS TERMINAL PHONE 871 FIRST IT'S TIME TO RADIATORS NEED A "SPRING CLEANING" TOOI A radiator clogged with rust, scale and sediment causes overheating ... • Increased gasoline and oil consumption . • • possibly a big repair bill. MOBIL RADIATOR FLUSH quickly removes troublesome deposits from the tiny radiator passages ,.. permits your cooling system io function efficiently »s It should. Ask for Mobil Radiator Flush when you stop for Summerlze Service, VOUR CflR! F OR safe, economical driving your car needs a bumper-to^ bumper spring cleaning such as you get in Magnolia Summerize Service. The light oils you used for quick winter starting should be replaced with tough, heat-resisting summer Mobiloils and Mobilgreases. Antifreeze should be drained and your radiator cleaned. In addition to complete engine and chassis lubrication, Summerize Service includes a thorough inspection of your battery, tires, lights and othex important parts, You'll enjoy trouble-flee driving and definite savings in oil, gasoline and repairs. Depend on ypur friendly Magnolia Dealer at the sign of the "Flying Red Horse," Change Now to Summer Grade * S ' ^ r • i_i>.k.,i u iJf&Usj»i .Jj, v ,iV& AT-YQU. , ;* i & ' "* '' * ->. ^-T ijj. ..Jt&* ,i^1t. ... j%,.- ;

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