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Pampa, Texas
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si THE P AMP A DAELY NEWS. PfimpSi TeXBi TtJESDA* eVfcfcflte; JtJfrE 2, • -j.s»-^jgj- f -- m,BL/M:lfe3fe IB HFBlE'KP- fiE.dH*Hl NMIPHSB Classified Advertising Rates Information All want «di »r* strictly cub and tW tooeptea fcver the phone with the potHlve understanding tftac tht Recount In to t» paid when oar collector calls. PHONE TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 On* eotrrteo'tii ad-taker will recelTt your Want Ad, helping yon word it. All ads for "Situation Wanted" and "Lost and Found are cash with order •Bd will not be accepted over th« tele- pho'fte. Ofit-oMown advertising cash with order. The Pampa Dally NEWS rwerrps the, right to classify all Want Ads uhder appropriate headings and to re- Tlie or withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. Notice of any error must b« given !« time for correction before second Insertion. In case of any error or an omission In advertising of any nature The Dally NEWS shall not be held liable for damages further than the amount received for such advertising. LOCAL RATE CAUD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 8, 19M 1 day, 2c a word; minimum SOc. 2 days, 4c a word; minimum COc. Ic per word for each succeeding Issue after th« tint two ieaam. The Patnpa Daily NEWS For Sale FOB SALE—Fine young 4-gal. cow. 4 1 /. years old. Second calf. Come andVee. $45. Tom Van Bibber. Wrilte Peer. . Gp-55 , FC)R SALE—Used ice boxes, $2 to !? $6.50. AH sizes. Breakfast suite, •• $7.50. Dressers, $5.50 to $8.00. Simi ; mons day beds, $10.00. 8 piece din;; ing room suite, $30.00. Bedroom '••' suites, $17.50 to $38.00. One 6 ft. ' shdw case, $15.00. Many odd pieces. ' Pampa Transfer mid Storage Co., 500 W. Brown; across .street from Cabot offices. Uc-55 FOR SALE—Five-room, well located house with servants' quarters at rear. See Olin Hinkle at Pampa News or call 322-J. 3p-51 FOR SALE—Big sale on used sewing machines and vacuum cleaners. Hoover, $25. Airway, new one, $30, Singer straight suction $30. Electrolux, $25. Eureka, $15. Singer Sewing Machine Agency. 214 N. Cuyler. L. G. Runyon, distributor. 6c-54 FOR SALE—Miscellaneous household furniture. Bargains. 720 N. Somervllle. 3p-5l FOR SALE—One 5-cubic ft. Majestic refrigerator. Excellent condition. Terms if desired. 603 N. Faulkner, St. 3c-51 FOR SALE OR TRADE—10-room combined dining room, cafe and rooming house in Dumas. Will take car as down payment. Call at 007 N. Hobart. JP-49 If~Mrs. E. L. Morris will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "Petticoat Fever" showing at the..La Nora theater Monday or Tuesday. FOR SALE—Cafe in good location. Best in town. 200 North Cuyler. ^_____ 6c-54 FOR SALE OR TKADE—Five good wheat farms, one 1760 acre farm and ranch, running water. Located on .paved highway. Bob McCoy. Phone 744 or 1099. 8c-55 CENTENNIAL 100 years back of Texas real estate today. What will young Pampa be years hence? You may yet pioneer here and grow with this little wonder city. LOOK—5 R. home with 5 A (29 lots) almost in city $3500. Lovely 5 R. bugalow on E. Francis, paving, $2100. 3 R. modern on E. Francis, paving, corner lot, $1275. 6 R. duplex, west, income and home, $1100. 5 R. modern, $850. 2 R. fully furnished, neat and clean, built ins, $325. Full price. BUSINESS—29 R. downtown hotel $1500, Downtown cafe, real money maker, $850. Fully equipped cleaning plant, center of city, $600 will handle. RENT—4 R. xinfui'nished duplex, private bath, garage, $27.50. Insurance of all kinds. JOHN L. MIKESELL. Phone 186. Duncan Building. . FOR SALE—Nice home grown tom- mato, pepper plants. Knight Floral Co. 321 E. Brown. 6c-52 FOR SALE OR TRADE—10 room rooming house, • furnished, will trade for smaller house. By owner. 601 S. Barnes. ep-53 FOR SALE—$375 radio $35; 50-lb. ice 'box, library table,' and telephone cabinet, cheap. 407 North Russell. 26C-56 FOR SALE—Ground maize heads, 100 Ibs $1. Zeb's Feed Store. 20C-53 Wanted to Buy WANTED—Young calves, any kind. Gibson Cottage Court. 1043 South Barnes St. 7p-54 For Rent FOR RENT—Two room furnished house, bills paid. $4 per week. 813 E. Campbell. Phone 1366. 1 lp-50 FOR RENT—Apartment, 2 or 3 room on W. Francis, also light housekeeping room 515 N. Frost. Phonfe_503-J..___ „. „ 6c " 55 FOri^'RENT—Two"7ooin"furnished apartments. Bath. On pavement. 525 S. Cuyler Apartments. _^ m _^_ ^_Gc-55 FOR RENT—O ne "and" Two "room cottages. Gibson cottages, 1042 South Barnes. Gp-55 FOR RENT—Furnished basement apartment, private entrance and bath. Garage. No children or pets. 921 N. Somerville. 8c-56 FOR RENT — Two room furnished apartment. Bills paid. $18 per month. Apply 511 South Gray. 3c-51 __ __ __ FOR RENT — One-room furnished house, S15 a month. All bills paid. 523 South Nelson. Phone 1592-W. 2C-50 FOR RENT—Two room unfurnished house with gaiage nt 506 N. Ziminer. Call 790-J. 3c-51 FOR~RENT—Three room duplex, partly furnished, hardwood floor. Private tile bath. All built in features. Couple only. 711 N. Gray. 3c-50 FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, adults only, bills paid, $3.00 per week. 82GW. Kingsmill. 3pj£0 FOR RENT—Two room apartment furnished or unfurnished. Bills paid. 847 W. Kingsmill. 3p-50 FOR RENT—Two room unfurnished house with garage, 1023 Clark St. Apply at Fitzgerald camp. Cabin 33. 3p-50 FOR RENT—Modern 3-room apartment. Adults only. No. dogs. 1002 E. Francis. Phone G13. 3c-50 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment, with bath. Bills paid. 1000 E. Browning. 3c-50 FOR RENT—Extra nice 2-room furnished cottage, Bills paid. Modern conveniences. Lewis cottages. 411 South Russell. 3p-50 FOR RENT—Front bedioom, adjoining bath. 412 E. Browning. Phone 434-W. 3c-50 FOR" RENT—Four room modern unfurnished house with garage. Bills paid. Call 143-W. 720 North Gray. 4p-51 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Actuit only. 415 West Browning. 2c-50 FOR RENT—Maytag washers 25c per hour. Plenty of hot water. Come to Ice Plant on South Cuylt-r, one block west and Ms south. McCalip Camp. 28p-58 FOR RENT— Two room furnished house. Bills paid. 535 S. Somerville. 12c-54 FOR RENT—Furnished 2 and 3 room cabins, $3.50 and up. Bills paid. Maytag washer by hour, 25c at Newtowir Cabins. 1300 S. Barnes. 2Gp-60 CLEAN ROOMS, $3 per week. 500 N. Frost, Virginia Hotel. Cp-54 Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT Good 5 or 6 room unfurnished house, by responsible party. If location and house satisfactory will consider leasing. Write Box 33, c/o Pampa Daily News Help Wanted HELP WANTED— Wanted for housework and care of children. A really capable young woman who needs permanent home. Good pay. Apply at 913 N. Gray. 3c-52 WANTED—Girls to sell Pampa Centennial novelties. Call at Centennial stock room,, Gaifielcl Courts, room No. 10, across street from Daily News. 2p-50 WANTED—Woman 45 or 50 years of age for housework. Write box 8, care of Pampa News. 3p-50 MEN WAN 7 fEiT^~por Hawlu'igh Routes of 800 families in South Hutchison, north Hemphill and Potter counljcs. Reliable hustler should start earning $25 weekly and increase rapidly. Write today. Rawleigh, Dcpt. TXF-tJSi-S, Muni- phis, Tenn. 3c-50 If Mrs. W. H. Peters will cull at the office or the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to .see "Petticoat Fever" showing at the La Nora theater Monday or Tuesday. Automotive USED CAR VALUES! 1931 Chcv. Master Coach . .J425 1934 Ford Fordor 350 1933 Plymout DcLuxe Coupe 275 1933 Chcv. Master Sedan .. 325 1933 Chev. Master Coach .. 300 1932 Chevrolet Coach 250 1032 Ford V-8 Coach 250 1930 Chevrolet Coupe 140 1930 Ford Coupe 125 1939 Ford Coupe 75 CDLBERSON- ,„.. , SMALLING l!«l '". "'"'. CHEVROLET . [NJ COMPANY, lae. Service Dept OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT USED CARS in.15 Ford Sedan 1035 Ford Coupe—Rnilio . Ifl:i3 Chevrolet Coach 1932 Ford Coupe l»3:i Plymouth Coupe 1933 Plymouth Coach 1832 Plymouth Coach I'.ao Chevrolet Coach 1935 Ford Pickup 1934 Chevrolet Truck S 525 '285 S 250 Tom Rose (Ford) CHARGES FLUNG BY BARRYMORE AND SECRETARY Ex-Employe Says He Aided in Flight From Elaine Loans LOS ANGELES, June 2 (/P)—A declaration of John Barrymore's discharged secretary that he played John Alden in reverse to the actor during his hectic transcontinental race with Elaine. Barrie was on file in court today. It happened last yenr when the "Ariel-Caliban" affair of Barrymore and his protege was at its crescendo, Emmctt D. Camomile, the secretary, said in an answer to a suit the actor recently filed charging his one-time employe with illegally retaining certain documents. Camomile also filed a $50.000 damage suit alleging Barrymore slandered him by charging lie embezzled $30,000 worth of bonds. He received a frantic plea from Barrymore, Camomile asserted, and complaints that Miss Barrie was harassing and embarrassing him with insistent attentions. Miss Barrie was at the time engaged in pursuing her benefactor from New York toward Los Angeles. He forthwith took a plane from Los Angeles to Chicago, the secretary .declared, and retrieved his employer from the "custody" of Miss Barrie. He was more than a valuable lieutenant to Barrymore in the Barrie episode, Camomile set forth; he also nursed the actor through a jeriod of alcoholic helplessness and nto big money again'. "Extraordinary personal services", Camomile termed • his work The alue of his services as private secre- For Your VACATION! No endorsers or security required. $5 to $50 lowest Rnfcfl Loans made in a few minutes. Payments arranged to suit you. SALARY LOAN CO. L. It. WAHUKN, Msr. First National Dank lllilff. Room 3 Phone 303 FOR VACATION Salary Loans — Personal lx>an« $5 to $50 We Require No Security We solicit oil field and carbon black workers. Payments arranged to suit you. All dealings strictly confidential. Loans made in a few minutes. Lowest Rates PAMPA FINANCE CO. J. S. Starkey, Mgrr. 109 H S. Cuyler Phone 450 Beauty Parlors SPECIALS Reduced prices on all our best pcrmancnts. Croquignole, Spiral or Combination waves. $1.50, $1.95, $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00 We use soft water. Zula Brown Beauty Shop Adams Hotel—Phone 345 Lost LOST—Large billfold with gold printing, Banker's Union Life Ins. Co. and C. F. Bastion. Phone 248-W. 2p-51 LOST—Saturday morning, several keys en key ring in the 200 block on N. Cuyler. Finder please call at Pampa News for reward. 3c-50 LOST—Ladies' white gold Bulova watch. 2 small diamonds and 2 emerald sets on side. Reward. Phone 897-W. 26c-5J If Mrs. A. R. Gates will call at tho office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to .see "Petticoat Fever" .showing at the La Nora theater Monday or Tuesday. Work W anted WANTED—Housework on farm, near Pampa by capable woman. Can give refeicnces. Write Bex VL, care Pampa News. 3p-55 Wanted WANTED—Small auto trailer, good condition. Must be bargain. Call 322-J. 3p-51 Washing, Lubrication, Polishing and Washing, Tire Repairing SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION End of West Foster Street PAUL V. CLIFFORD PHONE 1132 Poultry BABY CHICKS Popular breeds, day old and started. Hatch off each Monday and Tuesday. k -DODD'S HATCHERY, 1 Mile Southeast Pampa Miscellaneous FREE! Stcmach ulcers, gas pains, indigestion relieved quick. Get FREE sample doctor's prescription, Udga, at City Drug Store. 3c-50 Summer Band School June 1st to August 22nd Twelve weeks course $4.50 Six weeks course $2.50 A. C. COX, director 320 N. Gray Pampa Summer School June 1st to July 24th Morning Classes Only Call It. A. Sclhy for Information Phone 851 or 94G-J GULF SERVICE STATION No. 3 On Borger highway. Othel Hawkins, operator. Washing and greas- ings, $1.50. Tire repairing 3?c. Phone 1444 for road service. 2Sc-6fi NEWS AND NOTES • Panhandle and Other Fields • FALL rnmrn m EXPECTED AUSTIN, June 2. Iff 1 )— State's attorneys, cheered by prompt and favorable action on jurisdictional pleas, today prepared to ask the United States supreme Court for an early fall submission of a case testing constitutionality of Texas' gas conservation act. The Supreme Court yesterday granted the state's plea for a review of a suit brought by the Texhoma and Consolidated Gas companies to void ratable takings provisions of the conservation statute. A three-judge federal court held the Railroad commission's order invalid and awarded the two major pipe line companies Injunctions. Attorney General William McCraw said "There is cause for jubilance among gas conservationists, for the reason that the noting of jurisdiction by the court before Its summer adjournment indicates an early hearing of the litigation next fall." McCraw said that after a setting of the case was obtained, he would go to Washington to present the case. All efforts were directed to speedy adjudication of the suit for it involved a fundamental portion of the act, that of protecting correlative rights in the vast Panhandle field. "The appeal will determine," Me-' Craw said, "whether the Texas legislature has enacted a law to prevent any producer from taking more than his share of a common supply of gas and, if it has. whether or not the law is in conflict with the federal constitution." Harry Pollard, assistant attorney general, said that during the summer recess attorneys would complete briefs, making it possible for the state "to prevail upon the court to grant us submission early in the fall." Otherwise, he explained, a delay of four or five months would have been encountered. Pallard said the state would follow closely in its brief before the Supreme Court the argument advanced before the three-judge federal court in defending validity of the act and of the railroad commission's order under it. The State contended the act was a valid exercise of the state's police powers to guard a natural resource for benefit of public and private rights. Waste prevention portions of the statute were upheld in other cases. Appeals were planned by companie's in those contests. The lower court construed the order effectuating the correlative rights section, however, as an attempt to force major pipeline companies to share their markets through n reduction in production. Crude Output Dfops •TULSA, Okla., June 2. (/P)—The nation's crude oil output dropped 68,643 barrels .daily during the week ending May 30, the Oil and Gas Journal reported today, with the week's production totaling 2,935,342 barrels daily. Every major producing area showed nt least a slight decrease. The Oklahoma production was 531.600 barrels daily, a decrease of 28.07G barrels, while he total state of Texas produced 1,153,161 barrels, a decrease of 31,621 from the week before. In the East Texas field production dropped 11,706 barrels to 443,586. Louisiana's output was 233,222 barrels, a decrease of 3,223 barrels from the previous week. Kansas production was down 1,850 barrels to 155,275 barrels daily for Die week. Eastern fields including Michigan dropped 1,505 barrels to 139,995. California had a decrease of 5,750 barrels for a total of 508,500. In the Rocky mountain area there was an increase of 750 barrels to a total of 57,910 barrels daily average for the week. tary was expressed in these words by Barrymore, Camomile's answer said: "My dear Camomile, you are to me like the net is to the trapeze performer—when I fall, you are there to catch me." COURT RECORD RODESSA ALLOWABLE CUT AUSTIN, June 2. W) — E. O. Thompson, chairman of the Texas Railroad commission, said today that allowable production from wells in the Rodessa oil field would be reduced from 350 to 275 barrels daily, confirming to a Louisiana cut. "You can say that we are following right down the line with Louisiana," he said, "in perfect harmony." Thompson said the commission's order making the cut would be issued immediately, affecting seven wells on the Texas side. Until June 1, Texas and Louisiana had enforced the same allowable of 350 barrels a well, except for a special order in Louisiana permitting higher production from wells of one company. AMARILLO, June 2. (/P)—Proceedings in the court of civil appeals for the seventh supreme judicial district: Motions overruled: De Shong Motor Freight Lines, Inc., vs. Siler Hopkins, et al, to advance. Affirmed: County school trustees of Lutabock county, et al, vs. Harral county line independent school district, et al, from Lubbock county. Marathon Oil company, et al, vs. J. Arthur Edwards, et al, from Lamb county. Reversed and remanded: Texas Utilities company vs. Mrs. O. F. West, et al, from Deaf Smith county. <is> STALCUP SENTENCED AMARILLO, -June 2 (/P)—Lenden V. Stalcup, 22, today was under a 3-year sentencie at Leavenworth penitentiary for theft of federal government property. His brother, Virgil Stalcup, was electrocuted May 4 for the slaying of a sheriff. WELL BLOWS OUT. CORPUS CHRIST!, June 2. (£>)— H. L. Patton, expert well fire fighter who several days ago capped a wildly-blazing gassser, was called on today to cap the O. W. Killam No. 1 Ellich near Driscoll, which blew out yesterday, shooting oil some 300 feet high. When all but 1,000 feet of pipe had been pulled out, two fou'rables of drill pipe knocked the crown blocic off. The derrick collapsed and the fluid shot toward the sky. Making" an estimated 2,000 barrels daily, the producer was considered of great importance as it extended the Clara Driscoll field a mile south. Patton planned to utilize some of his fire-fighting equipment as well as bronze tools today in his first attempt to stem the tide of the runaway oil, which formed a little river to the Kingsville highway a mile away. The No. 1 Ayers, the wild gasser which Patlon recently capped, cost the lives of two men. Today's only casualty was Sam Walker, who suffered hand cuts when he slid down a guide wire to safety. For Belter Service On Your RADIOS Call Johnson's Radio Service 112 East Francis Phone COO Personal MEN! GET VIGOR AT ONCE! New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invigators and other stimulants. One dose peps up organs, glands, blood .Reg. price $1.00. Introductory price 89c. Call, write City Drug Store. lc-14 CARD READINGS. Past, present and future. 50B E. Craven. Cp-51 ADDS NEW SERVICE TO THE LINE Leaves Pampa at 7:15 a. m., 10:40 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. for Childress, Wichita Falls, Ft. Worth and Dallas. For Okla. City at 10:40 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. over the Cap Rock making direct connections with the Greyhound Lines at Shamrock and ride big nice buses over all paved route. Don't ask for next bus, ask for the Cap Rock Bus. Call your local agent at Bus Terminal, Phone 871. THIMBLE THEATRE Starring POPEYE Not a Ladies' Man By E, C. SEEGAR V.QU) >t - Vx)\<3G\JES ^\S TWU IT MEWB-'VES 1 : I'M GOING TO OEEPIE, YOU &Y.L QUESTIONS VJEU-- DO I'M PRETTY? LEGAL ' PATCHING' IS STARTED ON SOME STATUTES WASHINGTON, June 2, r/P)— Hurried conferences and swift legal moves to patch up some state minimum wage laws came today in the wake of the Supreme Court's invalidation of New York's statute governing the minimum pay of women. Described in some quarters as a blow to labor and greeted in others with "delight," the 5-4 split decision ruled out the empire state's 1933 law on the ground it violated "the right to make contracts." Whether their own laws would stand or fp.ll became an immediate question of importance to officials in many of the 10 states where statute books contain at least some of the provisions written into the New York legislation. The 'majority opinion, read by Justice Butler and concurred in by Justices Van Devanter, McReynolds, Sutherland and Roberts, held that a state has no power "to prohibit, change of nullify contracts between employers and adult women workers as to the amount of wages to be paid.-" Four Differ The minority opinion, by Chief Justice Hughes, joined by Justices Brandeis, Stone and Cardozo, argued ' that there is nothing in the constitution "which denies to the states the power to protect women from being exploited by over-reaching employers through Hie refusal (if :i fair wage." Massachusetts' minimum wage law appeared definitely smashed by the decision. The bay state's statute was described by officials as identical with the one declared unconstitutional. State officials planned to met today to discuss new legislation. The Ohio law, designed to guarantee fair wages and working hours; tottered also. Attorney General Jno. W. Bricker said it was, in effect, invalidated along with the New York law, as the wording is virtually identical. South Dakota's law will have to be studied further, said B. D. Mint- ener, superintendent of the state justice department, before it could be decided whether to halt its enforcement. The law sets a minimum wage of $12 a week for women and children in certain industries. -Rhode Island's statute is substantially the same as New York's and was generally believed ineffective now. While Wisconsin's law also is similar, Peter A. Napiecinski, member of the state industrial commission, said enforcement was not immediately affected. Minnesota officials said the stats law would not be touched by the decision. Miss Florence Burton, superintendent of the industrial commission's division of women and children, said "our law applies only to minors—girls under 18 years old and boys under 21—who are unable to make a contract for themselves and therefore are entitled to protection of the law.". California laws became effective in 1913 and were described by Mabel Kinney of the state division of industrial welfare, as "based on a different principle entirely." Other states which have some form of minimum wage laws are North Dakota, Connecticut, Illinois, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Colorado, Oregon, Washington and Utah. .- . Mi-s. Florence B. Hllles, chairman of the National Women's party, declared her organization "is delighted that the New York law is invalid on the ground that women should be allowed to compete freely in the economic world." William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor, declared: "Labor will fight on. It cannot and will not assume a defeatist attitude in its fight for the enactment of social justice legislation." Political Announcement* The Pampa Dally NEWS. U authorised to announce the following candidacies subject to tht action of the Democratic Primary, JUly 26. For County Jn<H«i C. E. CART (Re-El action) 3. M. DODSON SHERMAN WHITE. For Representative IZSnd District! EUGENE WORLET (Re-election) For County Clerk; CHARLIE THUt (Re-election) For District Clerk: FRANK HILL (Rc-clcctlon) R. B. "RUFE" THOMPSON MIRIAM WILSON For Sheriff: EARL GALLEY (Re-election) BUCK KOONCE. J. I. DOWNS For Consl.ible, i'recinct Z: OTIS HENDRIX YOUNGER COCKUELL I. S. JAMESON EARL LEWIS For County Commissioner, Precl. f JOHN HAGGARD (Re-election) A. G. (Pete) POST. For County Commissioner' Prect. til THOS. O. KIRBY (Re-election.) EARL JOHNSON For County Attorney: B. S. VIA JOE GORDON. B. L. PARKER For County Treasurer: D. R. HENRY (Re-Election) MRS. G. C. WALSTAD For Tax Assessor-Collector: F. E. LEECH (Re-election) For District Attorney: LEWIS M. GOODRICH (Re-election) CLIFFORD BRALY For Commissioner Precinct Ii ARLIE CABPENTEE (Re-election) JOHN R. WHITE. For Justice of the Peace Precinct No. Z, Place No. It CHAS. I. HUGHES J. W. "BILL" GRAHAM WM..X. JESSE For State Senator: 31st Senatorial District CURTIS DOUGLASS For Justice of Peace, Pre. 2, PL tt E. F. YOUNG. (Re-election.) For Congressman, 18th District: JOHN R. MILLER (Democrat) Hutchinson County. An Up-To-The-Minute Directory of BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Best In EVERY RUSINESS The Finest I* EVERY PROFESSION Accountants J. B. BODY 412 Combs-Worley, B. 980W, Of. 787 Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred Schaffner, 115 W. Foster, Ph. 81 Boilers 3. M. DEEBING Boiler »n' Welding Works, Pampa, Phone 292 — Kellerville, Phone 1610F13. Building Contractors J. KINO, 411 N. Sloan, Phone 163 Cafes CANARY S/^fDWICII SHOP 3 Doors East of Bex Theater, Ph. 760 Churches FIKST BAPTIST CHUBCH C. E, Lancaster, Pastor, Phone KB City Offices GBAY COUNTY RELIEF BOABD City Hall National Re-Employment Office, Phone 1415. Employment Office, Phone 460 CITY OF PAMPA Bd., City Dvpment, City Hall, Ph. 384 City Health Dept. City HI. Ph. 1183 City Mgrs. Office, City HI. Ph, 1180 City Pump Stn. 700 N. Ward, Ph. 1 City Wtr. & Tx. Ofc, City HI. P 1181 Fire Station, 203 West Foster, Ph. (ill Police Station, Ph. 555. County Offices GRAY COUNTY OF. CT. HOUSE Auditor and Treasurer, Phone 1052. Constable's Office, Phone 77. County Clerk, Phone 77. Cnty. Fnv Agt., Hm. Dcmstr. Ph. 241 County Judge, Phone 837 District Clerk,, Phone 785 Justice of Peace PI. No; 1, Ph. 77 Justice ot Peace No.. 2, Phone 632 Sheriff's Office, Phone 245 Supt. Public Instruction, Phone 1081 Tax Assessor, Phone 1047 Tax Collector, phone 603 WUtf, Pbont 12U. Florists CLAYTON FLOBAL COMPANY 410 East Foster, Phone 80. Freight Truck Line —See IVi^tor Freight Lines insurance M. P. DOWNS AGENCY Coinbs-Wsrlt!}' Bldg., "Phone 336. Laundries - Cleaners YOUB LAUNDRY & DRY CLENBS 301-00 East Francis, Phone 675 Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT MACHINE CO. Barues & Frederick, Sts., Ph. 243. Newspapers PAMPA DAILY NEWS 322 West Foster, Phones 666-667 PAMPA PRESS 115 South Ballard, Phone 908 Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phone 666 Schools Blier, East Tukc, Phone 931 High Schpol,a?3 W. Francis: Rh.ijd Horace Mann, N. 'Banks, Ph 981 Junior High, 126 W. Francis; Ph, 861 Lamar, 301 Cuyler, J*hoi)e U">7i Sam Houston, 000 N. Frost, fhi 1191 School Garage, 706 N- Bussel, P. i|$I Hoy McMillen, City Hall, Ph. 569 Sunt v Pub. Schls. 123 W. Fran. P- 957 Woodrow Wilson, E. Browng, Ph. 644 .Transfer ^Storage PAMPA TRANSFER-. *': gg!J). CO 500 West Brown, Phone 1025 State Bonded Warehouse '•'•-• T , • • Welding" Supplies JTONESVEVERIBTT MACHINE Ctf B»rue» & Frederick BU, Pfaoat Ml

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