Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 29, 1947 · Page 12
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beetle Lions fculall Ollicers t StirtdAy, Juftfe 2&, held B—(Special)—At a din- Toesday evening In the fitftlt. the Members of the Lions Club formally In- their new president. Aubrey Htfff. ¥he meeting was called to order 'by • the outgoing president. Jack Miller, after which a song w&s sung and dinner served. bther new officers are Austin Caldwell. 1st vice-president; J. A. Benson, 2nd vice-president; Boyd fieck. 3rd vice-president; Arthur Datmlchftel; .Secffetary; dhftttte Dandier, treasurer arid Ine6*jfc>rafe directors, Herk Adklns and A. A. Burch. The installation speech was delivered by Jack Miller with Ruff giving the acceptance talk. Prank Worthington, Lloas tamer, and Guy Holiday, tail twister, were other speakers. Present were the guests. Dale Brown of Lubbock. Miss Joyce McCawley. Lions sweetheart, and Miss Nannette Tyson and members. Aubrey Ruff. Charlie Mixon, L. D. McCauley. Austin Caldwell. J. H. Scribner. Prank Worthington. Guy Holiday. Boyd Beck. Jim Hataway. Charlie Candler. Shell Gulley, Jack Miller. Arthur Carmichael, and J. A. Stlnson. 11 • Panhandle Transfer & Storage Co. Byron Dee« Pampa 9l« W. Brown Ray Cox Amarillo 415 N. Taylor Agents for UNITED VAN LINES 48 State Corcraf* Bonded — Insure* Thone 1021 jr MR. C. C. DODD, Manager WE HAVE PLENTY OF STORAGE SPACE PROMPT COURTEOUS By J. M. CLEGG Could men not learn a lesson from the beneficial exuberance of youthful olay? Arc the toys we put behind us ever replaced by any as great a value? Sometimes it seems thai- the education \ve have received in the grown-up games ot life have spoiled us for the elemental pleasures we need if we are to be happy. .... u ^*«aSl*ifliW A community comes to realize the value of a service, the sincerity of a man or the equipment or an organization through actual performance. Listen to R. Virgil Mott, "Vour Gospel Singer," every Sunday at 1:45 p. m. over KJPDN—1340 on your dial, CLEGG FUNERAL HOME eittft &»>U(d y«t»<ui«G* tfuocJAti*** ; CUYLER AT BROWNING , PHONE 2454 — PAMPA, TEXAS fty JACK fct* tftKiE Associated Press Staff Australian-bom Tim Healy, living on borrowed time, cafne to Texas to ehjdy what he calls the "velvet" in his life. Captain Tim, is no Invalid, and he is not dying. But the hearty, husky soldier of fortune, author, and radio commentator will tell you that he's been "killed" three times and he figures his life today is just, plain velvet—borrowed time to be lived to the fullest. "I was even buried twice," he says with his hearty laugh. "But I've got a charmed life." Today he is a popular radio figure. His deep, easy to understand and somehow sypathetic voice is known to millions over the rest of KPDN 1340 on Your Dial SUNDAY 6:.'9—Slen on. 7:UU—iotuiR- Peoples Church of tho Air—MBS. 7:SO—Shamrock Church of Christ. S:00—Assembly of Uod Church. 8:JO—Voice of Prophecy—MBS. 9:00—Bible Institute—MBS. !):30—Comic Page 6f the Air, 10:00—PIlRrlm Hour—MBS 10:30—Lutheran Hour—MBS. 11:00—First Baptist Church. 12:00—Man-led for Life—MBS. 12:SO—Bill Cunningham—MBS. 12:40— Theater Page. 1:00—Oiien House—MBS. 1:30—Hit of the Week. 1:H5—Musical Memories. JMfi—Memorial Hour. 2:00—House of Mystery. 2:30—True Detective Mystery—MBS. 3:00—The Shadow—MBS. 3:30—Quick as a Flash—MBS. 1:00—Those AVebstors—MBS. 4:30—Nick Carter—MBS. 5:00—Mysterious Traveler—MBS. !>:ao—California. Melodies—MBS. 6:00—A. L. Alexander—MBS fi:3n—Voice of Strings—MBS. 7:00—Exploring tho Unknown—MBS. 7:30—Double or Nothing—MBS. 8:00—Gabriel HeaUer—MBS. »:3U—Krtmoiid HockridRe Show—MB.S. 9:00—William Hlllman Reports—MBS. 9:15—Dance Orchestra—MBS. .1:30—Dance Orchestra—MBS. 9 !5S—News—MBS 10;00—Old Fashioned Itevlval Tour. 11:00—Record .Show. 11 :,'iO—liocord Show 12:00—Hifi-n Off. MONDAY 6:2P—S !«,'ii On. 0:30—News. ti:35—Gene llorton SOURS. 6:~>0—IS'10 Ranch. 7-.00—Kdltoi-H Diary—MBS. 7:1 r>—The Open Blblo 7:46—Breakfast Rhythms. 7:5n—News. 8:00—Arthur Gaelhe—MBS. S:1-.—Fulth In Our Time—MBS f:SO~ Sny It With Music.—MU3. !':00—Pampa Party l^lnc. ii.-iri—Tell Vour NulKhrmr—MB3. P:,'iO— Heart's Desire—MBS. 10:00—Fashion Letter 10:or>—Musical Inicrludo. 10:10—Ills Majesty tho-Baby. 10:1S—Coffee Time. 10::iO—Coast Guard on Parade—MB3. 11:00—Cedrlo Foster—MBS. 11:1G—Smile Time. 11:30—J. L. Swindle Nevrn. H:45—Checkerboard Jamboree—MB3, lli-.OO—Music Ala Carle. l!i:'.'S—Loc.ul News. ll!:30—Dinnorboll Jamhoreo. l-:-l!i—People Know Kvcrythlng, 1:00—Queen for a Day—JfBS. 1:30—Music For Monday. 1:4.1—Jackie Hill Show—MBS. 2:00—Erskine Johnson—MBS. 3:1;;—The Johnson Family—MB3. J:30—Two Ton Baker—MBS. 2:4G—Little Concert. ;i:U«—All Keenest Sho^r. 4:00—All Horniest Show. 4:40—Adventure Parade—MBS. SUNDAY ON NETWORKS Sunday Forums: MBS 9:30 A. M. .Reviewing stand "Is Church Doing Us Job?" CBS 1 A. M. People's Platform "Can American Dollars Stabilize KuvopoV" NBC 1! A. M. American United "Soil Conservation Problem;" NBC 11:30 A. M. Chicago Houndtable, "Tho "\Vool Veto." Oilier: NBC—12:30 James Melton Concert; 2 Quiz Kids Seventh Anniversary; 3 NBC Summer Symphony; 4:110 Dave Camnvay Show; 6:30 Rogue's Gallery: ii:30 Fred Allen Season Fiiialo; 7:30 Familiar Music; 8 Jack Smith Finale. CDS—1 (.'By .Symphony: 3 Uilccn Furrell; 4:30 Kate Smith Finale; 5:30 Bloiirilo:B:30 Crime Doctor; 7 Cor- lli.ss Archer and Bob Crosby; 7:30 Tony Martin and Frank Morgan; 8 Take It Or Leave It. ABC—10 A. M. Fine Arts Quartet; 12:30 P. M. Sammy Kaye Music; 3 Are These Our Children; 4:30 Counter Spy; 5:30 Greatest Story "Lost Sheep:" •! AVIllIn Piper; 7 Detroit Symphony 9 Theater Guild Summer Finnic, Helen Hayes and Daughter Mary. texlurize \ as r you cleanse with "pasteurized*' 5 face cream »'PAJt!Uft!X»D" FACS tRSA" for normal OK oily skin, 3.50, 2.00, 1.00 . • ^ . ' f&«' CRIAM SFSciAi for dry skin, 4.50, 2.50, 1.00 plus tax bv Helena rubinstein Satiny, supple, smooth-textured skin is more than a matter , of simple cleansing. And Helena Rubinstein gives you more t than a simple cleansing cream in "pASTiumzi'D" MCI CHAM, For unlike ordinary cleansing creams, it contains rich emol- i lients that help coax your skin to petal-textured loveliness. to coming teftflite to th* " Recefitiy hfe #a§ ft nc*s tator, sugaring; his c&ld news with Intimate baeitgfound material h& had picked up first hahd in his wanderings. Now he is heard in the "Hfe&lys &t Home" pfogrflm, probably the only such program in Texas. It's broadcast direct from his won liv* Jng room and is chatty and cozy and the cast Includes his wife, his small daughter and a visitor or twd. But it's somehow strange to fifid Captain Tim in an "at home" show. 'His hectic life began in Australia, •where he was "killed" the first time when he had walked between two open terminals in. a power- hour on a wet night and was electrocuted by several thousand voits of electricity. First pronounced dead, medical aid was given when a nurse noticed joose pimples—unusual, .he points jut, in e. corpse: he was deaf, dumb, blind and paralyzed for a long time. He pulled through and lived to be killed twice more in World War II—once at oallipoli with the famed Anzacs—Churchill's mistake. His }lood-curdling experiences there, and later in Kurope, are told in his best-selling "More Lives Than One." He was a spy, among other things, n that war. And a deep-seated mis- (*bftfch hater, fhfct helped flan firm W6UI&. , ,„ -j* ft6 drffted ttf Amerfcl. Became ft ranking radio Star on a network and eventually,, like *11 sensible Americans, finally came to Texas. £psce forbids recounttng his col- crful past but one thing is sure— his future, captain Tim will make >a good Texan. The peace-loving nations of the world cannot lay down their arms as long as there remains an opportunity for aggressor nations to rise again. —Gen. Lucius Clay, commander U. S. forces in Europe. Hew and Used Gas and Electric Ranges PLUMBING & HEATING MATERIALS Lane Sales Co. 715 W. Foster Phone 558 Mo Bugs . . . No Bites More fun outdoors on your vacation, with the new mosquito and insect repellent sold exclusively at Cretney's. Guaranteed to keep away all biting insects from 6 to 10 hours with one small application to the skin. Sprayed on the clothing it will last from 7 to 10 days; will not harm fahric. Large bottle, enough for 1 month's supply ..... 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