Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on July 1, 1947 · Page 5
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Licenses Thaaw'^ng frere granted 11- tendHK wed ln th§ officc9 of cdSWF 31 * DHarlie thut: vq8H " r Hofley and Bernadthe Ar- Oene Wright and Frankie ner. Realty Transfers F. W. Hanson and wife, Fay Hanton, to T. B. Hines and wife, Sarah 3. Hines; All of Lots numbered Si, 32, and 33 situated in Block 21 of the Wilcox addition of the city of Pampa. i* Jessie Oracey to James X>. Williams; All of Lot number 34 situ- '•fited in Block Si of the Mofeland addition of the city of Pampa, C, £. Melton to Ethel Melton; All of Lot uutnber 3 situated ifi felock 4 of the Hlllcrest terrace subdivl- .-„ Bott »r ttife-tity of Pampi. : Divorce Stitt Filed - The divorce suit of Opal fcakei 1 versus ft, is. Baker was filed yesterday in the office of District Clerk Dee Patterson. . Building Permits ' Prank Cartef was issued a permit id construct two cottages with a double garage in the rear of 309 N. Dwight St. •W. E. Fleming was granted a permit to move a dwellihg from 913 Bipley St. to 622 8. Gillespie St. KPDN 1340 on Your Dial i-IHfea^sfi^ 8 - .—In Mlilnlelit—MBS. ,-_- -Tom Mix—MBS. 6-Ofr-Fulton Lewis, Jr.. News—MBS. j:16—Five-Minute Mysterlefl. 6:20—Vandercook Neilb. 8:26—Sports and News. ^"—Adventures of the Falcon— .jiOO—Gabriel Heatter—MBS. .'t ! «T"^i eal , Llfe Stories—MBS. 7 wo—American Forum of the Air— ' " "'' MBS. S:lo—Vie Domone—MBS. 8:30—International Quiz—MBS. 9:00—Decision Now. 9 !1B—SDecin I In vestlRator—MBS. ? : ??—J>"nce Orchestra—MBS. , 9:6B~Newa—MBS. 10:00—Daneo Orchestra—MBS. }0:30—Dance Orchestra—MBS. 10:65—News—MBS. 11:00—Record Show. 11:30—Hecord Show. 12:00~SiRn 'Off. WEDNESDAY v 6:30—News." 6:30—News. S'^?T"?J? n . e Norton SOURS. 0:60—1340 Ranch. 7:00—Editor's Diary—MBS. 7:16—The Open Bible, 7:46—Breakfast Rhythma. 7:66—News. ' ig.'OO—Arthur Gaethe—MBS. ?:15—-Faith In Our Time—MBS. 8:30 Say It With Music—MBS. 9:00—Pampa Party Line. 9:16—Tell Your Neighbor—MBS. .,,., ,2 : 22—Head's Desire—MBS. lki'1 10:00—Fashion Letter. "'•; 10:05—Musical Interlude. ,110:10—His Majesty the Baby. 30:15—Coffee Tin*. ;10,:30—Marine Band—MBS. ' r - ill :00—Cedrlc Foster News—MBS. : ai:16—Smile Time—MBS. ,,,11:30—J. L. Swindle News. 11:46—Checkerboard Jamboree—MBS. ,.•32:00—Music Ala Carte. '12:16—Local Netys. 12:80—Dirmerboll Jamboree. '32:46—People ,Kno\v Everything, •v.fltOO—Queen if or a Dajv-MBS. ; :;'1:30—Music for Wednesday. .,:iS)l:4B—Jackie Hill Show—MBS. Pffr.a.OO—Ersklne Johnson—MBS. |&te;8:16—The Johnson Family—MBS. ?f 2:80—Two, Ton Baker—MBS. P:J5~Llttle Concert. -All Request Show. "1 'Request Show, venture Parade—MBS. JIGHT ON NETWORKS «-;'MUt>cBerle Show; - 7.. Call 'bllce; 7:30 Bred Waring Music; 'gmund Romberg Concert, „ -5:30 Bob Crosby Show; 7 Wo Phe'-People. Cnnnle Mack Guest; 7:30 ^udlo One. "Baby C"clone;" 8;30 feppen 1 Hearing "Aid to Europe." . ;"KfABC—6:30 Green Hornet: 7'30 Bos^" '• "ton-J Bsplanda Concert; 8:30 Patterns In-Melody Return J 0 Museum of Mod- frrn >Music. •MBS—6 (repeat^ Warden's Cases; 6:30' the Talcont 7;SO Amfir.lcan Por- uni "High Cost'of Llvlriff?" 8:30 US" Canada Quiz. > . WEDNESDAY ON NETWORKS . NBC—7:45 A. Mi Nelson Olmsted Storj" H A. M. NBC Concert Orchestra; 2:16 P.: M. Stella Dallas; 5 Radio Super Club; 9:30 UN Program —CBC—9 A. M. Art Godfrey; 1:30 P. M. IWinner-Take All; 3 House Party; 6:15 Jack Smith Show; 7:30 'Meredith WIH&on Music; —ABC—11 A. M. Welcomes Traveler; 2:30 Paul Wlilteman - 6:30 Lone Ranger; 9 Phil _ Jomedy—MBS—9:30 A.-M.-Ben nder Program; 12:30 P. M. Mar- Jlookerecords; 2:45 Quaker City ,,ado; 6:30 (repeat 9) Leland Stone iment; 8:30 Latin-American Sere- Imen estimate that Diesel en- nes in the United/ States Will burn least 71 million barrels of fuel In 1947, __ 'Ginger afe Is. the drink of the |eijses — it can be seen, heard, emelled, touched and tasted. ' NOTICE TO BIDDERS Scaled proposals addressed to City Manager, City of Pampa, Pampa, Texas,, will be received at the office ol City Manager, until ii:00 P. M. July 17th, 1847, for furnishing all r»sc- '.ftssary 1 materials, .nmcninery, equipment,;: superintendence,' and labor for .cons.trUcuon ,.<!e^^aln street Improvements consisting of approximately i7,26Q sri. yds. of .flexible base pavement with asphalt surface treatment id 7!IBJ» linear feet of curb and gut- Uldders must subrplt Cashier's or 'erilfled Check issued by a ban) , ifttlsfaotory to the Owner, or a Bid rter's Bond froin a reliable Surety Company, payable without recourse lo tl>e order of City of Pampa In an Somount not less than ftve. (6, o/o) .percent of the largest possible* bid .submitted as a guaranty that Bidder will enter into a contract and execute bond and guaranty in the forms pro- Ivldod within ten (10) days after " otice of award of contract to him, '1fl9* without ./required check or prot isal Bond will not Ue considered, ~lie Successful Bidder must furnish 'ormance |)on<S oni the attached i In the amount of 100 percent :he total contract price from a >ty company holding a permit from . State of Texas to act as Surity >ther flurntr or Sureties acceptable "IB QWNBH, Jump 9 u n> and unit prJcea mvat .ted In bqth script and figures, ler reserves the r'eht fo re, or all bids anil to waive fpr- i. In case of ambiguity or lack less in Mating the prices in .the Owner reserves the right ilder the rnqst, aiJvantftseQUS of or. to reject the . SflOB p.ny are . to Inspect jlon Jg pftlM tj> \ p\;« be pai4 on ,.. 1 -"— the Kenej-a! preva of City Engli MW- . . ; .e,9V r §l n ?C9;P» Panhandle News — Miss Mary June Held, Amarillo, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hfeld over the weekend. Malcolm Douglass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Douglass of Pampa, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Cleek and assisting in the wheat harvest. Mr. Charles Snowden of Shattuck, OWa., has been visiting in the home of his niece, Mrs. W. E. Dart and family. Other visitors in the Dnjt hame have been Mr. Snowden's daughter, husband and son of Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Ruthe Wade of Amarillo visited relatives over the weekend. Elmer Padgct, C. F. Hood and A. J. Weiser were in Springfield, Colo., On Sunday. '•••!«* R Blttithi Counts' »B<:n«t.' jew. Sunday for Sonora, Te*., where he ..trtll be Joined by other agents over the State for a three-week tour of the grassland areas of the State. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Oripp and family and Jack Seitz attended the golden wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Seitz in Miimi, Sunday. Monroe and Paula Jean Obrecht, speech puuils of Thelma Allen Martin, will be presented in recital at the Musical Arts Conservatory in Amarillo on Wednesday evening. Hi Ho? pital. • Aria Louise Oaston is a surgical patient in Northwest Texas Hospital, AmariM-V Michael O'Neal, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. O'Neal of Wichita Palls is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Willie O'Neal. Jack Craig, Freshman at West Texas State College, and Mrs. Stanley Curyea are listed on the honor .roll for the spring semester of that college. Jack had five A's and one B and Mrs. Curyea, who received her degree, three A's and two B's. Lola Mae Sullivan is a surgical Mr. and Mrs. Byron Holley and son, Ronald, kellerville, and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoa Vance and daughters, Phillips^ have returned from a fishing trip to El Vado Lake, near Farmington, N. M. They were accompanied . by Mrs. Rachel Vance of Panhandle, mother of Mrs. Holley and Roscoe Vance. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nunnley and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nunnley, Ama- lillo, visited Mrs. Fred Nunnley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floy Ketch- urn on Sunday. Other visitors in the KetcEum K6!Re few itr. and lire. Wayne Driskili and La'rry. Mrs. H. i<\ Surrntt. Mary Kate Surratt and Robin June Williams are attending a Methodist Encampment for Juniors at Ceta Canyon. Mrs. Surratt is an instructor in the camp. Pictur Carried On 'Open House' .Tune-July :ssue of Vitality News, a merchandising digest, published at Minneapolis, Minn., carries a picture of "open house," held at the opening of the Pampa Baking Company here. The local business is operated by Frank Rapstine and Earl New. In 1921 there were 100,000 cases of smallpox reported in the United States. Arsenic can be used advantageously in wood preservation processes. Mali Relumed Here Id Face Forgery Charges T. H. Douthit. Wewoka, OWa., was returned to Pampa. yesterday by Chief Deputy Sheriff Jeff Guthrie to face forgery charges here. Armed with a warrant. Guthrie left for Wewoka, Saturday and brought Douthit back here after he signed extradition waivers in Oklahoma. He is being held in the county jail pending; his preliminary hearing. Guthrie said Douthit is charged with forgery of a $50 check. PAMPA MONUMENT CO. Cemeiery Memorials ED FOBAN, Owner 601 E. Harvester Phone 1152 ?. *. Pre-Fabricated Granerles and Oarages Already erected, ready to move. Size 12x20, will hold approximately 1500 bushels of wheat. FOXWORTH GMJM1TH LUMBER CO. 214 E. Tyng Phone 209 V •s • CtRflFfEO •VBVt, ^ ,, <jyA«rr..TlKE 6.00-16 314.80 NOW ••*••*• ^ Strong utility Mop CarrU For carrying fish poles, oats, etc. Fastens to top with sue- 5 tion cups. 2-Burner Camp STOVE Burns gasoline. Has built-in fuel pump and fxwl tank. Folds- up. Easy to catty. NOW ONLY $139 /, SCOTCH-PLAID OotetUii-Ktroien* LANTERN "Amoricon" J-Manll* PrtMurt.Typ* 95 $595 CAMP O5TS HERE'S "COOL" VAIUEI ELECTRIC FAN Powerful ?-lnch Regular 1 $9.95 White's Famous ."SEA BREEZE",, Custom Tailored -i. . Genuine Fibre , v •• '-- "". Give your car the smart custom- tailored beauty and protection of cool, comfortable senulne fiber, leatherette trimmtd, perfect fitting 1 seat covers. ..J;' Oriter sizes at similar LOW prices! 1 N Strictly FIRST Quality (Not Second or Third Line) r? i / ever befor * f0 ' y .'$< Down WEEKLY PAYMENTS $125 .... fi Per Tire M •j 1 Gallon Pour Spout -^ CQA0H or SEDAN C00PE Regular $13.95 Regular '"•'"'.'$8.95 Seat Covers Keeps foods or liquids hot or cold for hours. Use it also at home as water cooler. '\ Brand New! $5.95 Value INCREASES • MOTORING COMFORT •» * Sizes for all cars • Assorted colors Look! Only GENUINE U. S. ARMY Extra Large 37"-10" -11' war Like riding on <t breeze! SUMMER « COSlFORT SPECIAL Keeps you cool us you drive. 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Qualify ^9* TROIUM6* MOTOR Bumper Jack f/CJI TIRE GAUGE 59c VUI,CANIZER KIT 29c LUG \VKENCI1 49c RELINERS 49c TIRE PATCE 5c BO? PATCHES f ,^ Box of 10 27c RUBBER PLUGS 9 € Screw Typo , Handy, Husky '• and Easy to Use! •^ R.julor ?).«».:.T. Tire Pump DC Luxe Model 1'1-Inch Barrel 5-Foot Hose Regular $V 1 $1.79 •* •(^••M THE HOME OF, GREATER VALUES IQ2-04 S. Cuyler

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