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Pampa, Texas
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SIX fFHB PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Paftipa, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 5, ma. Classified Advertising Rates Information All want *di an itrictly cub and fere accepted over the phone with the iwsitlre andentandlne that the account U to DI paid when our Collector calls. PHONE TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Oar courteous ftd-tfifcer will recelra tear Want Ad, helping you word It. All ada for "Situation Wanted" and 'Ixnt and Found are cash with order »nd will not be accepted over tht telephone. ' Out-of-town advertising cash with order. ' The Pampa Daily NEWS reserves the right to classify all Want Ads tinder appropriate headings and to re- fise or withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. ' Notice of any error must ba given In time for correction befora second Insertion. In base 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 re- Celved for. such advertising. LOCAL RATE CARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER », 1911 1 day, 2c a word; minimum 80e. 2 days, 4c a word; minimum COc. Ic per word for each succeeding tssua after tht first two Issues. The Patnpa Daily NEWS For Sale FOR SALE—Leghorn fryers 25c each. Jersey milk, 30c per gallon. Eggs 20c. Mrs. Louie Bchrends. One mile north of Harvester park and three-quarter mile west to gate. ; 2p-54 FOB SALE OB TRADE—Stucco tourist camp, furnished. Clear. On paved highway. Good investment for bonus money. Reasonable. Qr what have you to trade? Box 1778, Pampa. 3c-55 FOB SALE—Will sell cheap. House, 4-rooms and bathroom. 520 North Doyle St. 2p-53 JOB SALE— Becleaned, select, dwarf maize, .kafflr and hegari seed. Sacked, $1.20 in quantities. Three kinds cane seed. B. E. Blanton, Claude, Texas. 3c-54 FOB SALE—Fine young 4-gal. cow. .! 4M: years old. Second calf. Come and see. $45. Tom Van Bibber. White Deer. 6p-55 For Sale FOB SALE OR TBADE—10 room rooming house, furnished, will trade for smaller house. By owner. 601 S. Barnes. 6p-53 FOB 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. SOc-53 For Rent FOR RENT—Four room house furnished or unfurnished. Two blocks and one north of Hilltop Grocery. lp-53 FOR~RENT—Five room house with bath. Apply 121 N. Houston. 2p-54 FOB RENT—Bedroom nncl garage to gentlemen. 446 North Hill. 2C-54 FOB BENT—Two room furnished house. Adults only. Inquire rear 851 W. Kingsmill. lp-53 FOB BENT—Well furnished 3-room apartment. Close in. Private bath. 445 North Hill. lc-53 FOB RENT—Nicely furnished two- room house. Sink in kitchen. AduHs_ only. Phone 1015. lc-53 FOB~BENT—Five room furnished house. Adults only. 719 North West St. 6c-58 FOB BENT—Bedroom. Also small garage apartment, unfurnished. Mrs, L. M. McWright at Mitchell's store. 3c-55 FOB BENT—Two and three room furnished houses. Bills paid. $4 and $5 per week. 813 E. Campbell. lc-53 FOB BENT—Four room modem furnished basement apartment, $30 per month. Bills paid. 020 Nortli Frost. Phone 283. 2c-53 FOB BENT—Nice furnished apartment, bills paid. 624 East Foster. 3c-54 FOB BENT—Nicely furnished bedroom in private home for rent :o gentleman. Near town. 522 N. Frost St. Phone 1004. 3C-53 FOB BENT—Three room modern unfurnished house. See Owl Drug Store 314 South Cuyler. 3p-53 FOB SALE—Used ice boxes, $2 to , $9.50. All sizes. Breakfast suite, $7.50. Dressers, $5.50 to $8.00. Simmons day beds, $10.00. 8 piece dining room suite, $36.00. Bedroom suites, $17.50 to $38.00. One 6 ft. show case, $15.00. Many odd pieces. Pampa Transfer and Storage Co., 500 W. Brown, across street from Cabot offices. 6c-55 FOB 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. Bunyon, distributor. 6c-54 FOB SALE—Cafe in good location. Best in town. 200 North Cuyler. Gc-54 FOB SALE OR TBADE—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 B. home with 5 A (29 lots) almost in city $3500. Lovely 5 R, bugalow on E. Francis, paving, $2100. 3 B. modern on E. Francis, paving, corner lot, $1275. 6 B. duplex, west, income and home, $1100. 5 R. modern, $850. 2 B. fully furnished, neat and clean, built ins, $325. Full price. BUSINESS—29 B. downtown hotel $1500. Downtown cafe, real money maker, $850. Fully equipped cleaning plant, center of city, $600 will handle. KENT—4 B. unfurnished duplex, private bath, garage, $27.50. Insurance of all kinds. JOHN L, MIKESELL. Phone 166. Duncan Building. If Mrs. Nick Carter will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "Robin Hood of El Dorado" showing at La Nora theater Friday Of Saturday. FOB BENT—Apartment, 2 or 3 room on W. Francis, also light housekeeping room 515 N. Frost. Phone_ 503-J. 6c-55 FOB~~BENT—Two room furnished apartments. Batn. On pavement. 525 S. Cuyler Apartments. 6c-55 FOB BENT—One and two room cottages. Gibson Cottages, 1043 So. Barnes. 7p-56 FOB RENT—Furnished basement apartment, private entrance and bath. Garage. No children or pets. 921 N. Somervillo. Bc-56 FOB BENT—Maytag washers 25c per hour. Plenty of hot water. Come to Ice Plant on South Cuyler, one block west and Vi south. McCalip Camp. 28p-58 FOB BENT—Two room furnished house. Bills paid. 535 S. Somerville. 12c-54 FOB BENT—Furnished 2 and 3 room cabins, $3.50 and up. Bills paid. Maytag washer by hour, 25c at Newtown Cabins. 1300 S. Barnes. 26p-60 CLEAN ROOMS, $3 per week. 500 N. Frost. Virginia Hotel. 6p-54 If Mrs. Winnie Beauchamp will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "Bobin Hood of El Dorado" showing at La Nora theater Friday or Saturday. Help Wanted WANTED—A good all round housekeeper. Must be good cook. Room furnished. Call at Thomas grocery, 408 South Cuyler for personal interview. lp-53 WANTED—Unencumbered middle aged lady for general housework. Phone 1286-J. 2c-54 Wanted to Buy WANTED—Child's pony. Must be cheap for cash. Phone 338. P. O, Box 616. 2p-54 If Mrs. E. B. Howard will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "Robin Hood of El Dorado" showing at La Nora theater Friday or Saturday. WANTED—Young calves, any kind. Gibson Cottage Court. 1043 South Barnes St. 7p-54 SEED Texas State Certified Seed Of All Kinds for Better Crops Also Ordinary State Tested and Tagged Seed ZEB'S FEED STORE Automotive USED CAR VALUES! 1934 Chev. Master Coach ..$425 1334 Ford Fordor 350 1933 Plymout DcLuxc Coupe 275 1933 Chcv. Master Sedan .. 325 1033 Cliev. Master Coach .. 300 1933 Chevrolet Coach 250 1932 Ford V-8 Coach 350 1930 Chevrolet Coupe 140 1930 Ford Coupe 125 1929 Ford Coupe 75 -;M/\( CDU9ERSON- BMALLINQ N i»«. CHEVROLET COMPANY, toe. Service Dept. OPEN UNTIL . MIDNIGHT 500 285 '250 250 USED CARS 1935 Ford Sedan 1935 Ford Coupe—Radio 1933 Chevrolet ?« Conch 1932 Ford Coupe 1933 Plymouth Coupe 1933 Plymouth Coach 1933 Plymouth $. Coach 1930 Chevrolet Conch 1935 Ford $4<e Pickup l|0«> 1.934 Chevrolet $4AA Truck 4"" Tom Rose (Ford) Used Cars 1936 Plymouth Sedan $200 1935 Ford Sedan 495 1935 Ford Coupe, 15,000 mi. new tires... 480 1934 Chrysler Coupe 385 1934 Ford Sedan 340 1933 Plymouth Sedan 295 1932 Ford V8 Coupe Brummett's Will pay you cash for your car. Loans For Your VACATION! ^ No endorsers or security required. $5 to $50 Lowest Rates Loans made in a few minutes. Payments arranged to suit you. SALARY LOAN CO. L. n. WARREN, Mur. First National Bank Hide. Room 3 Phone S03 MONEY FOR VACATION Salary Loans —'Personal Loam $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 hi a few minutes. Lowest Rates PAMPA FINANCE CO. J. S. Starkey, Mgr. 109 % S. Cuyler Phone 450 Beauty Parlors SPECIALS—Permanent waves $1.50 to $5.00. 215 East Francis. Licensed operators. Bertha Quarles and Olive Bostick. 6p-57 SPECIALS Reduced prices on all our best permanents. 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—Male Daschund puppy. Lost Monday. Call 422-J. • Reward. 3c-53 LOST—Ladies' white gold Bulova watch. 2 small diamonds and 2 emerald sets on side. Reward. Phone 897-W. . 26C-52 Wanted WANTED—Two passengers for Dallas or Tyler. Driving down Saturday night, returning Monday night. See Mr. Hawthorne at Voss Cleaners. 2p-53 Washing, Lubrication, ' Polishing and Washing, Tire Repairing SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION End of West Foster Street PAUL V. CLIFFORD PHONE 1122 Miscellaneous BEGINNING Monday, June 8th, I will teach a special review class of first grade pupils. If interested, see me at my home. 604 N. Russell or call 529. Mrs. J. L. Lester. 2p-54 MBS. BOOZIKEE announces the opening of her classes in domestic needle craft at her home, 419 N. Wynne. Ladies, nnd children over twelve, interested in this work phone 697 for detail or drive by and see the work. 2c-54 Summer Band School Juno 1st to August 22nd Twelve weeks course $4.80 Six weeks course 52.50 A. C. COX, director 320 N. Gray Pampa Summer School June 1st to July 24th Morning Classes Only Call R. A. Sclby for Information Phone 851 or 946-J GULF SERVICE STATION No. 3 On Borger highway. Othel Hawkins, operator. Washing and greas- ings, $1.50. Tire repairing 35c. Phone 1444 for rood service. 2GC-66 For Better Service On Your RADIOS Call Johnson's Radio Service 112 East Francis Phone 606 Poultry BABY CHICKS Popular breeds, day old and started. Hatch off each Monday and Tuesday. DODD'S HATCHERY, 1 Mile Southeast Pampa Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT—Wheat land. C. H. Wood. Care Culberson- Smalling- Chevrolet company. lp-53 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 Work Wanted WORK WANTED— Young lady wants work 'as housekeeper and care of children. 408 South Malbne St. Experienced. 3p-54 WORK WANTED—Listen, new mother in the hospital. If you are returning home soon you will need a good practical nurse to care fpr you and the new baby. Call for Mrs. Ethel Davis. 428 North Wynne. 3p-53 WANTED—Housework on farm, near Pampa by capable woman. Can give references. Write Box VL, care Pampa News. 3p-55 Personal MEN! GET VIGOft 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, \yrite City Drug Store. Ic-i4 CARD READINGS. Past, present and future. 506 E. Craven. 12p-57 BYRNS DEATH FORCES POSTPONEMENT OF ADJOURNMENT BY NATHAN ROBERTSON, WASHINGTON. 'June 5 (/P)—Now that Congress has cast aside all thoughts of adjourning before mid- June, informed sources believe that the Boosevelt forces' chances of obtaining stiffer on undistributed profits of corporations have improved. When the administration leaders' drive for adjustment by tomorrow niglit was still on, the word on capital hill was that President Boose- velt stood ready to compromise by scrapping part of his tax program If necessary to hasten the session's end. But the sudden death of Speaker Byrns forced leaders to put the adjournment off until June 15 or 16, at the earliest. While the decision is known, to be motivated solely by the situation created by Byrns' death, and hot by. any desire to obtain more time to argue in behalf of the profits tax, it docs in fact permit advocates of the tax to conduct a more extensive drive. In conferences during the next 10 days 'members of the House, which has passed a bill more in line with the White House ideas, will have opportunity to fight the bill which the Senate is expected to pass tonight or tomorrow. Indications are that the House members will fight hard. All ideas of adjourning before the beginning of the republican national convention next Tuesday are abandoned as the Senate, which had hoped to debate taxes yesterday, recessed in tribute to Byrns. It was called together today to pick up the debate where it was left off Wednesday night, and leaders hoped for quick action on the Senate finance committee's bill, which Includes taxes of 1514 to 18 per cent of corporation net income, 7 per cent on undistributed profits, and increases in the income surtaxes in surtax brackets over $6,000. The House bill is featured by a 42 Mi pel- cent levy on net income, the tax oeing graduated according to the percentage of profits withheld from distribution to stockholders. Lightning Rills Man at Clinton CLINTON, Okla., June 5. (IP)— One man was killed by lightning, crops In some areas were leveled, and streams flooded the lowlands in many parts of the state today after a series of spectacular electrical storms and torrential rains swept over Oklahoma. The body of Buddy Cleever, 24- year-old Minco farmer, killed by n bolt of lightning, was brought across flood-swollen Boggy creek west of Minco by neighbors. The treacherous Washita river flooded lowlands all the way from Hammon to Clinton. The river was at the highest level since the disastrous flood of 1943 which drowned more than a dozen persons. LOEB KILLER FREED JOLIET, 111., June 5. "(A 1 )— James Day, moody young convict acquitted of slaying "thrill killer" Richard Lqeb in a razor fight at the state- ville penitentiary, began an effort ,oday to win complete freedom. Room and Board ROOM AND. BOARD— Vacancy for two. Water in room. 435 Ballard. ' 2c-51 Seeks Commissioner of Agriculture Office CLIFF DAY Cliff D;iy, '17, Hnle county farmer, has announced candidacy for office <if. Texas Commissioner of Agriculture. A native Texan, Day has farmed for 25 years. He is married and has sis children. A year ago he sprang into national prominence when lie led 4,500 farmers in an orderly visit to Washington in interest of national farm program. He was chairman last year of state cotton advisory board, chosen by farmers of the state. KANSAN'S RECORD IS ATTACKED BY BACHMANN Deficiency in Hospital Funds Will Be Studied AUSTIN, June 5 (/P)—Regents of the University of Texas will consider at a meeting tomorrow a deficiency of about $10,000 in funds for erection of hospitals for crippled children and negroes at the medical school in Galveston. Contracts for the structures, tentatively awarded last week at on aggregate of- $451,000, were held up pending settlement of the money problem. Architects first reported funds were sufficient to cover the work but later found the deficiency. Leo Haynes, secretary to the board, said regents either would reduce the cost of the contracts or seek to obtain additional funds. University funds and the Sealy-Smith foundation of Galveston, ho explained, were possible sources. The crippled children's hospital would cost $200,000 and the negro hospital, $250,000. Public Works administration grants of $202,500 were obtained for both structures, legislative appropriation, regents allotments, and a Smith-Sealy grant supplied the remainder. Haynes said the regents also would consider bids opened last week at Galveston for construction of a 500,000 unit of the Memorial museum, to be erected on the university campus, and $40,000 of cottages at McDonald observatory in Jeff Davis county. DIES OF WOUND MUSKOGEE, Okla., June 5 (ffi)- Estel Perkins, recaptured fugitive convict, died in the state prison hospital at McAlester early today, while a hunt continued in the rugged hills lear Braggs for a man believed to je Sam Janaway, Arkansas fugitive flushed with Perkins 'arid two others yesterday by Muskogee county officers. Perkins fell m or tally wounded when he failed to halt when surprised by the officers, who were hunting for car thieves near Braggs. .«*. DAVIS NOMINATED WASHINGTON, June 5 (/P) President Boosevelt today nomi- lated Chester C. Davis of Maryand, present farm administrator, ,o be a member of the board of jovernors of the Federal Beserve system; CAP ROCK BUS LINE ADDS NEW SERVICE TO THE LINE Leaves Pampa at 7:15 a. m., 10:40 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. lor Ohilclress, 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 BU«. Call your local agent at Bus Terminal, Phone 871. THIMBLE THEATRE Starring POPEYE Cooked Goose ( Does w UO\FE TUUO CfXH PLfKV rVT THfXT SHE IF \ TkAOOGWT SUE tt^SBNAO? / voune NOT (TO ftSK TVW ^QUESTION ABOUT By E. C. SEEGAR 'HmnwM-) »•»-,—' ^ FOR THE GOOSE. IS SfsUTS FOR THE GOO5T6R ^T BY JOSEPH L. MILLER, CLEVELAND, June 5 (/P)—Talk of a "stop-Landoii" push persisted today following a blast from the Borah camp at the Kansas governor's record. There was no indication that any of Landau's opponents for the republican presidential nomination or any of their associates even had discussed an alliance. That they might before the convention start next Tuesday was a distinct possibility, some observers felt. Tl\is speculation, however, accompanied continued hotel-corridor guesses that Landon could get the nomination by the second or third ballot If present trends continued. Landon's remarks on the new deal —in 1934 and 1935—drew the fire of Carl Bachmann, chairman of the Borah-for-president committee. Bachmann callecj the Kansan an "avowed friend of the new deal" and added: "Up to a few months ago, Governor Landon supported the new deal, orally and in writing, praised and complimented President Roosevelt on its constructive character, and in the name of Kansas expressed deep thankfulness for the abundance of money that flowed into the coffers of that state from the federal government." This statement was prefaced by the assertion it was time "for someone to tell the truth about the political views of Governor Landon" and that the democrats would later if the republicans didn't now. The quotations which Bachmann attributed to Landon expressed confidence the President and WPA were "doing all in their power to get people to work," and spoke well of the water conservation program; said "we will take all the money we can get from, the federal government" and expressed the opinion that "it would be good business in my opinion for Kansas to borrow every dollar it can get under the PWA." Bachmann also quoted a letter he said Landon wrote President Roosevelt as follows: "The civil works program is one of the soundest, most constructive policies of your administration and I cannot urge too strongly its continuance." These quotations were used also by Senator Schwellenbach (D., Wash.) in a senate speech last Monday in reply to a speech by Borah. Borah is slated to arrive here Sunday. Whether he will meet his campaign associates that night or next Monday has not yet been decided. Along with most of the Kansas delegates—each wearing an artificial sunflower in his lapel—William Allen White, Emporia, Kas., editor, arrived last night and started a round of conferences with convention leaders. A close friend of Landon, White has been frequently mentioned for the chairmanship of the platform committee. He told reporters he would rather have any other convention job. -^ TEXAN NAMED CAPTAIN ANNAPOLIS, Ind., June 5 (AP) —The election of captains and managers for six spring- sport teams at the naval academy,' for,' the 1936-1937 season was announced today by Commander John tt. Brown Jr., graduate manager of athletics. E. A. Graham, Albany., Texas, was elected captain of the tennis team. HORSEMEN SET OUT LAMPASAS, June 5. (/P)— Fifteen horsemen rode out of Lampasas today on the start of a 184-mile cross country race to the Centennial exposition gates at Dallas. They expect to reach the exposition in time for the grand opening at noon tomorrow. Political Announcements The Pampa Dally NEWS tl authorized to announce the following candidacies subject to tht action ot the Democratic Primary, July 25. For County C. E. CART (Re-Election) J. M. DODSON SHERMAN WHITE. For Representative IZSnd EUGENE WOBLEY (Re-election) For County Clerk: CHARLIE THUT (Re-election) For District Clerk I FRANK HILL (Re-election) R. B. "RUFE" THOMPSON MIRIAM WILSON For Sheriff: EARL VALLEY (Re-election) BUCK KOONCE. J. I. DOWNS For Constable, Precinct I: OTIS HENDRIX LOUNGER COCKRELL I. S. JAMESON EARL LEWIS For County Commissioner, Precl. I; JOHN HAGGARD (Re-election) A. G. (Pets) POST. For County Commissioner Preet. THOS. O. KHIBY (Re-election.) EARL JOHNSON For County Attorney: B. S. VIA JOE GORDON. B. L. PAKKER 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 li ARLIE CARPENTER (Re-election) JOHN R. WHITE. For Justice of the Peace Precinct No. 2, Place No, It CHAS. I. HUGHES J. W. "BILL" GRAHAM WM. T. JESSE For State Senator: 31st Senatorial District CURTIS DOUGLASS For Justice of Peace, Pro, it, PL It E. F. YOUNG. (Re-election.) For Congressman, 18th District: JOHN R. MILLER (Democrat) Hutchinson County, An llp-To-The-Minute Directory of BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Best la EVERY BUSINESS PAMPA The Finest !• EVERY PROFESSION Accountants J. R. ROBY 412 Combs-Worley, R. 980W. Of. 787 Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred Schaffner, 115 W. Foster, Ph. 81 Boilers J. M. DEERINO BoUer tn' Weld- tar Works, Pampa, Phon* in — KellerviUe, Phone 1610F13. Building Contractors J, KING, 414 N. Sloan, Phone 163 Cafes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP 3 Doorg East of Rex Theater, Ph. 760 Churches FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH C. E. Lancaster, Pastor, Phone HM City Off ices GRAY COUNTY RELIEF BOARD City Hall National Re-Employment Office, Phone 1415, Employment Office, Phone 460 CITY OjF PAMPA 34, City pvpment, City HaU, Ph. 384 City Health Dept. City W. Ph. 1183 City Mgrs, Office, City 111. Ph. 1180 City Pump Stn, 700 N. Ward, Ph. 1 City Wtr. & Tx. Ofe. City HI, P 1181 Fire Station, 203 West Foster, Ph. 60 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. Fm, Agt., Hm. Demstr. Ph. Ml County Judge, Phone 837 District Clerk, Phone 785 Justice of Peace Pi. No. 1, Ph. 77 Justice of Eeace. No. 2, F.hone 63? Sheriffs Office, Phone 845 Bupt. Public Instruction, Phone 1084 Ta* Aspessojv tfuTOn IW PlWie M3 Piwa* }U», Florists CLAYTON FLORAL COMPANY- 410 East Foster, Phone 80, Freight Truck Line —See AMor Freight Lines Insurance M, P. DOWNS AGENCY Combs-Wsrley Bldg., Phqne, 1M. Laundries - Cleaners YOUR LAUNDRY & DRY CLENJg* 301-09 East Franck, Pfeqne, 075, Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT MtACHiNg Barnes & Frederick,' Sis., Ph. Newspapers PAMPA DAILY NEWS 323 West Foster, Phones 896-667 PAMPA PRESS 115 South Ballard, Phone MM . Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phone 666 Schools Bker, East Tuke, Phone 931 High School, Via, W Francis, Ph. 71 Horace Maun, N. Bajalts, PJi. 914 Juhjor High, 136 W. HwrniVlft, IW, Lanjar, 301 Cuyler, Phone Off Sam Houston, 900 N. Frost, Ph. 11M School Garage, 7Q6.N. Bus#eJ, p, |1S7 Rpy McMUleij, City JH(a!k ?«• W Supt. Pub. Schls. 123 W. Fran.'P 9W Woodro^ Wilson, E. Brown*:, ?«• «*f Transfer & Sjtor*g« PAMPA .TRANSFER. "• fc gTG. 500 West Brown, Phpne 1035 State Bonded Wjarehpu« -T Welding JONES-EVEKETT * Ott '" CO.

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