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PAGE FOUR THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Texai EVENING, JUNE 11,198.0 Classified Advertising Rates Information All want adit arc strictly wish and are accepted over the phone -with the ponitfve understanding that the account is t6 be paid when oar collector calls. PHONE TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous nd-taker will rewire your Want Ad, helping you word it. All ads for "Situation Wanted" and Lost and Pound are cash with order and will not be accepted over the telephone. Ont-of.town advertising cash with order. The Pampa Dally NEWS reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. Notice of any error must be piven In time for correction before second Insertion. In case of any error or an omission In advertising of any nature The Daily NEWS shall not be held liable for damages further than the amount received' for such advertising. LOCAL RATE CARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 3, 1931 1 day, 2a a word; minimum 30c, 2 days, 4c a word; minimum COc. Ic per word for each succeeding Issue after the first two issues. The Pampa Daily NEWS For Sale FOB SALE—Eight room house, double garage. On pavement, $1200. $400 clown. Balance like rent. 2318 W. Alcock. 6p-63 FOB SALE—1934 Fora chaser motor, perfect condition. Sinclair tank farm. Kingsmill, Texas. * 3p-58 FOB SALE—Cafe, doing good business, reason for selling, poor health. Call 850 between 3 and 6 P- ni. 3c-58 FOB SALE—Liquor store in best part of town. Write Box H. C., care of Pampa News. 3c-58 Automotive For Rent FOR RENT—Bedroom for rent. Call at. 1021 Christine St. 2c-59 FOR RENT—Front bedroom. Adjoining bath. Close in. 50G North Frost. SC-GO FOB RENT— Three room modern unfurnished house and garage. See Owl Drug store. 3c-60 FOR RENT—Front bedroom for rent. 401 E. Foster. 3c-60 FOR BENT—Nice furnished one room apartment. Bath. $5.00 per week. Bills paid. Washer. 311 N. Ballard. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to take this means to thank everyone for their kindness during the illness and after the death of my friend, Pete O. Sards. . Tom A. Langas. lc-58 FOR RENT—Free Maying washers with 2 and 3 room cabins. Bills paid, and furnished. $3.50 per week and up. Ncwtown Cabins. 1300 So Barnes. 2Gp-83 For Sale FOB SALE—I have a number of choice properties for sale. These properties belong to Panhandle Building & Loan Association who are in a position to sell on good terms and with small down payments. It is my honest belief that prices as well as rentals will be higher in Pampa than you have ever seen, within the next GO days. Norman F. Jones, 320 Starkweather St. Phone 1364. 3p-60 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bath. On pavement. 525 S. Cuyler. 6p-G3 FOB BENT—Five room modern apartment. Unfurnished, and 2 room modern apartment, furnish- ed.JCnquire 515 N. Faulkner. 2p-59 FOB BENT— Furnished house keep- Ing rooms. 825 W. Kingsmill. _. _ _ __ 2c-58 FOR BENT— Furnished apartment. Bills paid. 221 E. Foster. FOB SALE—One John Deere combine, in good repair. One ten foot one way disc plow. 20 acres row crop ground for rent. Tom Clayton. 410 E. Foster. 3c-60 3p-59 FOB RENT—Apartment for rent at 411 N. Hill. Inquire at 511 N. Yager or phone 35. 2c-58 FOB BENT—Well located 4 room modern duplex, $27.50; 5 room modern house, E. Browning, $30.00; 4 room house, N. Hobart, $20.00. Phone 166. John L. Mikesell. 3c-58 FOB BENT—Two room unfurnished house, $10.00 per month. 630 N. Banks. 3-5 FOB SALE OB TBADE—For smaller place, 5-room dwelling. 527 S. Somervilje. 3p-60 'OJFOR RENT—Nicely furnished, two rooms, bath and garage. 717 N. Hobart. Sn-SR FOB SALE—New large four room modern home, and garage. New lawn. Wonderful location. North part of city. Good terms to responsible party. Write Post Office Box 63, or call at 517 N. Dwight. 3p-59 FOB SALE—New six-foot Electro- lux box. Five rooms furniture for sale, cheap. 702 E. Browning-. 2c-58 FOB RENT—Extra nice 2 room furnished cottage. Bills paid. Modern conveniences. Lewis Cot- . tages. 411 S. Russell. 3p-58 FOB RENT—Nice cool basement bedroom. Close to town, to one or two men. 522 North Frost. Phone '1004. Cc . 5g PAIB SIXES 6 Rooms 6 Booms No. 1 N. Somerville. You must see this lovely home to appreciate the sjx spacious rooms, sun porch, breakfast nook, built ins and all Other features that help to make it one of Pampa's nicest homes, shown by appointment, price and terms at office. No. 2 N. Frost. Out of town owner says sell this six room home on N. Frost, paving, near school, wonderful location, lovely home, a peal buy at $3000.00. BUSINESS. Here is your opportunity to get a well located H-room hotel in Pampa with very little cash down. H. O. L. C. loan covers most Of the cost. Will take good-car on this deal. Priced to sell at $4000.00 INSURANCE of all kinds. JOHN L. iflKESELL, Duncan Building. Phone 166. FOB BENT—Two room modern furnished apartment. Garage and refrigeration. Close in. Adults only 117 North Gillispie. Murfee Apartments. Gc-53 USED CAR VALUES 1935 Cehv. Master DcLuxe Coach $525 1935 Standard Chcv Sedan 450 1934 Standard Chev. Coach 375 1934 Plymouth DcLuxe Coach 375 1933 Plymouth Coupe 250 1934 Master Chev. Coupe.. 400 1934 Ford Fordor 350 1932 Plymouth Coupe 135 1930 Plymouth Sedan 90 CULBERSON- SMALUNG CHEVROLET COMPANY. DM. Service Dept. OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT USED CAR Specials for This Week Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT 5-room furnished house in good location. Must be nice place. Call for Mr. De Weese at Pampa Daily News. 1032 Plymouth Coach 1933 Plymouth Coach 1933 Plymouth Coupe 1933 Chevrolet Coach 1935 Ford V-8 Fordor ... 1935 Ford V-8 DcLuxe Coupe , 1933 Ford V-8 Fordor 1931 Ford Coupe 1930 Ford Fordor 1930 Chevrolet 4 door sedan .. 1932 Ford B Model Coupe . 5 185 $ 325 *250 5 485 $ 375 $ 185 5 135 5 145 5 2J5 Tom Rose (Ford) Wanted to Rent Nice 5 or 6 room unfurnished house in good location. Will consider leasing if place is satisfactory. Write Box 33 c/o Pampa Daily News or Phone 667 Wanted Washing, Lubrication, Polishing; and Waxing, Tire Repairing SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION End of West Foster Street PAUL V. CLIFFORD PHONE 1122 Miscellaneous Used Cars 1836 Plymouth Sedan 5200 Discount 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. Beauty Parlors FOR RENT—Booms with hot and cold water. Also two 2-room unfurnished apartments. 704 West Foster. Gc-59 FOB SALE OR TRADE— Stucco ; tourist camp, furnished. Clear. On paved highway. Good investment for bonus money. Reasonable. Or what have you to trade? Box 1778 FOR RENT—Three room furnished apartment. Adults only. 508 N Russell. Call 8:30 to 9:30 a. m. Gc-50 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bills paid. Adults only. 902 E. Browning. 3 C -58 FOR RENT—South bedroom for men. Close in. Phone 351-j. 402 North Ballard. Gc-59 FIRST 100 LADIES, for hair dressing', 40c by Mr. White. Milady Beauty Shop. 26c-84 Notice To The Public Now, You Can EAT IN COMFORT! Courthouse Cafe AIR CONDITIONED By Buffalo Engineering Co. A Cool Place to Meet, Eat and Drink! "t/Uitf ttrnr i Mtmorlat at the Ili-rmllnff, Naihtlltr, TVim, ANDREW JACKSON SPENCEB individually designed garments. Mrs. Tom Bliss. Phone 991. 26p-79 GULF SEBVICE STATION No. 3 On Borger highway. Othel Hawkins, operator. Washing and greas- ings, $1.50. Tire repairing 35c. Phone 1444 for road service. 26C-66 NOBMA JEAN TALLEY, formerly owner of Paramount Beauty Shop, is now connected with BettyJane Beauty Shoppe, 115 N. Cuyler, and asks all her friends and customers to call on her at her new location. 6c-G3 WHEN the rough-hewn, out• spoken Andrew. Jackson became the seventh President of our country, he represented a new phase in American life. It marked the coining of age of American democracy. His six predecessors in the nation's highest office had come from homes of culture and comfort. Jackson's life, on the contrary, had been one of poverty, hardships and self-education. Jackson's rise to the supreme executive post also marked recognition for the frontier West. Although born in the Carolinas, in 1767, Jackson spent all his adult life in Tennessee, which was then an outpost of the new West. Andrew's father had died shortly before the future President was born, and his mother died when he was fourteen. Thus orphaned, he proceeded to make his own way in life. Deprived of the opportunity for formal education, Jackson nevertheless prepared himself painstakingly for the law and at twenty-one he was public prosecutor of the Western Dis- trict of North Carolina, which is now Tennessee. His fearless championship of the common folk and his natural talents as an orator and leader enabled him to rise politically. His, roje in the War of 1812, when he became the Hero of New Orleans, gave an additional impetus to his meteoric career. The whole West feted and honored him and Tennessee loaded him with the political preferment that ultimately made him President, in 1828. He remained at the post for two terms. President Jackson spent his last years at The Hermitage, the beautiful home he built in Nashville. The mausoleum in the sketch above is one that he erected himself for his wife. He joined her there after his death on June 8, 1845. The jmpressive memorial stands in the garden of The Hermitage, which has been turned over by his heirs to the State of Tennessee as a national shrine. In the story of American democracy it represents a most significant 'milestone. (Copyrighted by Memorial Extension Commission.! Fifteen Indictments The grand jury currently in ses sion has recesses until June 22 afte returning 15 inditcments, 9 of whlc were for drunken driving. Return on a number have not been made P. Graham has been indicted fo passing a forged instrument. Char lie Blair for burglary of L. M. Duff house, and C. H. Callicoatte fo passing a forged instrument. The jury was still out this morn ing in the compensation suit of N M. Milliken against Traders Si Qen era! Insurance company. District Clerk Frank was in Ama rillo today ns a witness in federa court. Tax Deadline Soon June 30 will be the deadline fo: payment of the second installmeni of school districts taxes. Taxes on the rolls total $213,733.96, of Which about 75 per cent have been paic for 1935. Taxes received through the first half of the split payment? totaled about $38,000, according to Roy McMillen, business manager for the district. A work order is expected daily for the new high school auditorium. All major obstacles have been removed Application for an increase in the federal grant will not retard the starting: date for construction. O. L, Boyington has the contract. For Better Service On Your RADIOS Call Johnson's Radio Service 112 East Francis Phone 606 FOB BENT—Three room furnished apartment. Adults only. 508 North Russell. cc-59 FOB RENT—Maytag washers 25c per hour. Plenty of hot water. Come to Ice Plant on South Cuyler, one block west.and % south. Mc- Cajip Camp. 28p-58 ______ BALE— Pointer pups, a mos" ••old. See at 311',a S. Cuyler. _ 6c-63 FOR SALE; — Three room house, 2 lots, for cash. 40i N. Christy. _ • 12c-G7 If Mrs, T, J. Pierce will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford" showing at La Nora theater Friday or Saturday. CLEAN ROOMS, $3 per week. 500 N. Frost. Virginia hotel. 6p-60 FOR RENT—Two room furnished house. Bills paid. 535 S. Somer. 6c-6l Personal MEN! GET VICiOfc AT ONCE I 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. 10,14 CARD READINGS. Past, present and future. 506 E. Craven. 6p-63 It Mrs. G. Taylor Cole will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford" showing at La Nora theater Friday or Saturday. Poultry 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. B. WARREN, Mcr. First National Bank Bids. Room 3 Phone 109 BABY CHICKS Popular breeds, day old and started. Hatch off each Monday and Tuesday. DODO'S HATCHERY; 1 Mile Southeast Pampa ABOUT NEW YORK SEED Texas State Certified Seed Of All Kinds for Better Crops Also Ordinary State Tested and Tagged Seed ZEB'S FEED STORE THIMBLE THEATRE Starring POPEYE MONEY FOR VACATION Salary Loans — Personal Loan* $5 to $50 We Require No Security We solicit oil field and carbon black workers. Payment* arranged to suit you. All dealings strictly confidential. Loan* made lu a few minutes. Lowest Rate* PAMPA FINANCE CO. J. S. Starkey, Mffr. 109H S. Cuyler Phone 450 • Lost BY GEORGE TUCKER. NEW YORK—There's one churcl in New York where nobody eve says a word and where not even th tones of the organ can be heard a the congregation joins in hymns. In fact, you can't hear the hymn —not even if you sit in a front pew This is St. Ann's Episcopal churcl for Deaf Mutes,-and it is where somi 500 worshipers go each Sunday fo divine services. Not only is St. Ann's a thriving Christian institution—it maintains missions in most of the outlying and suburban communities. The; say that this church Is wondrousl; equipped for social activities as wel as the more serious joys of Christian teaching. It has spacious and completely modernized kitchens, club rooms, a print shop, and even a tiny theater with 100 seats that is> adequately supplied with the necessary properties for the presentation of plays. The Rector at St. Ann's is the Rev. Guilbert C. Braddock, who, like his followers, can neither speak nor hear. The services in tliis Manhattan Temple of Science are all conducted by sign language. Prayers are'by sign as well as the singing, the congregation taking its cue from the Rector. I'm told that St. Ann's is one of three such 'temples maintained by the Episcopal church. One is the HELP WANTED: Competent house- famous All Soul's Church for Deaf keeper, to stay nights. Prefer wo- A "" fo " 4 " T^"~->='«»-<- ™>— -" — Room and Board BOARD AND ROOM—First class. On pavement. Phone 798-J. 121 N. Warren. 3p-59 If Mrs. J. M. S.tein will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to .see "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford" showing at La Norn theater Friday or Saturday. Help Wanted HELP WANTED: Experienced, capable woman to do iiouso work. Must'be neat. Apply at 418 N. West St. Apartment 9'. 3p-60 man in her thirties. Call' 402-J. 2Q-59 PREMIER RESIGNS QUEBEC, Que., June Jl. (/P)— Premier Taschereau tendered his resignation to Lieutenant-Governor Patenaude today and~suggested that Agriculture invited to Minister ' Godbout be form a government. Earlier in the day the premier announced after a cabinet meeting that the Quebec legislature would be LOST— Ladies diamond Bulova wrist watch with black band. Liberal reward for return to Behrman's store, corner Cuyler and Kingsmill Sts. phone 353 or 794. 6c-60 dissolved and a general would be held Aug. 15. election The Rocket Ride, the latest thrill device on the Midway, is the fastest amusement ride ever inventec!9 It is on the Texas Centennial Exposition Midway. "Go Into Your Dance Mutes in Philadelphia. The othor is in Chicago. You'll find the New York one at 511 West 148th street, And in its. reposes a symbolic pointing of Christ healing "the one who was deaf." This is. the central panel of the reredos and shows the Master standing before the kneeling figure of the afflicted one. Bank tellers in New York continue wary in the matter of cashing checks. Present one at any window and you're immediately an object of suspicion. That's not because New York bank employes are necessarily blunt, but this is a big, impersonal town, and nobody is supposed to take offense at a little thing like suspicion. Celebrities have their troubles, too: for each big time name there is al- ways the possibility of a "double" lurking in the alley, waiting to slip in with a forged check. Hal Kemp is authority for the statement that banks now keep a record of famous signatures. If the teller is handed a check bearing the name of a celebrated star, and if he has reason to doubt the authenticity of the signature, he furtively compares it with a copy of the real signature on file. And if they don't coincidje, he presses a little button and presently people are asking questions. An authentic throw-back to the horse and buggy era is the old Ben Hur stable, which still has horses and mules for hire. But, like practically everything else, it, too, has gone Broadway. That's why any afternoon you may run into a couple of nags 'being led up to the stage door of a Broadway theater.. They are rented to managers of theaters where horses are needed in the productions. It costs $10 to hire a horse for one appearance on the stage, which, with six evening performances and two matinees weekly, runs his "salary" up to $80. Sometimes, when the theatrical season is at Its height, it isn't unusual for one nag to appear in two slays on the same afternoqn. A special groom pilots the pony from one theater to the other, Boy Shoots Self After Leaving His Mother's Bedside CROSS PLAINS, June 11 (/!')— Ten minutes after he arose from a hree-day vigil at the bedside of his nattier, Robert E. Howard, a young author, was found wounded today n his automobile, a pistol bullet n his brain. Physicians said he had no chance if recovering. The young writer asked a nurse f there was hope of his mother ven again recognizing him. She eplied in the negative. He left the louse and the nurse later heard a hot. .i "t,*'1i?i Howard attended college in Brown! vood. He wrote fiction for detective nd cowboy magazines. Farewell to Nunn B. C. D. members and citizens last night gave a dinner at the Schneider hotel as a farewell to Gilmore N. Nunn, former general manager of The NEWS, who left today to make his home in Lexington, Ky. Judge Ivy Duncan told of the appreciation felt by the community for the work of Mr. Nunn and of Olin E. Hinkle, managing editor of The NEWS, who will leave for Kentucky Monday. Guy E. McTaggart extended a warm welcome to James Lyons and Tex De Weese, new manager and editor of the newspaper, both of whom expressed much interest in the community and pledged their support of every public project. Nunn and Hinkle made short talks telling of the pleasant years spent here, and of their regret in leaving friends made during thjs period. John Roby, head of the B. C. D., presided. Lions Meet Tonig-lit Pampa Lions will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the First Methodist church to honor their president, Olin E. Hinkle, and extend a welcome to James Lyons and Tex De Weese, new manager and editor of The NEWS. The meal will be 60 cents a plate as usual. A special program has been arranged, On Extended Vacation Mrs. W. F. Prichard and Mrs. John Davidson are now on a vacation trip to Mexico City, D. F. On their return trip they will stop in Dallas and Fort Worth to visit Centennial celebrations. Daug-htcr is Born A daughter, weighing 6 pounds 8 ounces, was born last nght at Pampa-Jarratt hospital to Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jaynes. Mr. Jaynes is with the Danciger Refineries here. visiting another son, Pa,t Jarratt, in Oklahoma City. He brought her as far as Elk City. Mrs. Jarratt will visit hereforsome time. P. L. Evans, a composer who never took a music lesson In his. life has written a march that will be used in the opening day parade at the Texas Centennial Exposition. He plays entirely by ear and his melody was made for band arrangements from phonographic transcription made of it. The march is called "The Wranglers." • Political Announcements The Pampa Dally NEWS It authorized to announce the. fol«, lowing candidacies subject to ttu action of the Democratic Primary. July 36. V;.. For County Jncm 0. B. CARY (Re-Election) J. M. DODSON SHERMAN WHITE. For Representative IZSns DMrMI EUGENE WORLEY (Re-election) For County Clerk: CHARLIE THTJ* (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 'or Constable, Precinct C: OTIS HENDRIX YOUNGER COCKRELL L S. JAMESON / EARL LEWIS 'or County Commfasioner, Prect. • JOHN HAGGARD (Re-election) A. G. (Pete) POST. 'or County Commissioner Prect. M THOS. O. KIRBY (Re-election.) EABL JOHNSON or County Attorney: B. S. VIA JOE GORDON. B. L. PARKER or County Treasurer: D. R. HENRY (Re-Elcction) MRS. G. C. WAtSTAD or Tax Assessor-Collector t F. E. LEECH (Re-election) or District Attorney: LEWIS M. GOODRICH (Re-election) CLIFFORD BRALY or Commissioner Precinet li ARLIE CARPENTER (Re-election) JOHN R. WHITE. Daughter is Born Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Gage announce the birth of a daughter last night at Worley hospital. Mr. Gage is-with Richards Drug here. Mother Here W. V. Jarratc drove to Elk City, Okla,, yesterday to meet his mother, Mrs. W. V. Jarratt, Sr., of Centerville, Term. Mrs. Jarratt had been 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, Pre. t, n l| E. F. YOUNG. (Re-election.) For Congressman, 18th District: JOHN R. MILLER (Democrat) Hutchinson County. IF HE SENDS VOU TO THE HOSPITAL DON'T e^h ME-I'M NOT FORCING ^SIDE. BVSIDE- y The white elephant in the Go- ilia Village at the Texas Centen- lial Exhibit is sacred in Siam and t was necessary to paint him with lye to get him out of the country. By E. C. SEEGAR An Up-To-The-Minute Directory of BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PAMPA Hie Beit !• EVERY BUSINESS The Finest I* EVERY \ PROFESSION Accountants J. B. ROBY 4M Combs-Worley, R, MOWi Of. 78 Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred SchaHner, 115 W, Foiter, Ph. 8 Boilers J. M. PEERING Boiler in* Weld Jnj- Work*, pampa, Phone IM — KeUervWe, Phone 1610F13. Building Contractors J. KING, 414 N. Sloan, Phone 163 Cafes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP S Doom East of Rex Theater, Ph. 760 RIGHT- UOfc'LL " SIGN THE PAPERS- HOU) POT ON TRUNKS THE JEEP WILL TELL UV THE OWNER OF THE FIGHT BEFOREHWD- JIM-THIS IS viOST UTTLE hrXTCr\TO KEEP VOUR NfXME BEFORE Tr PUBUC-. JUST MOTHER "SET-OP;* VEAH (KNOW rttWM Syndicate, Int., Woild Churches FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH C. B. Lancaster, Pastor, Phone jf§ City Offices GRAY COUNTY RELIEF BOARD City Hall National Employment Office, Phone 436. CITY OF PASJPA Bd. City pvproent, City H»U. Ph, _. City Hegltb Dept, City m, Ph, 1183 City Mgrs. Office. City HI. Ph, U8Q City Punap Stn, TOO N. Wwrd, Ph, \ City Wfec. & Tx. Of«. City HI. P 1181 Fire Station, Z03 West Fmfcr, Pfceo Police Station, pit «$. County Offices GRAY COUNTY OF. CT. HOUSE Auditor and Treasurer, Phon* Constable's Office, phone 17. County Clerk, Phq W «. Fm. 4»;t,, Hnj,Dwnsfc. fb, W4 Judfe, Phone 137 . .... Clerk, Phone W Jltst ce of Peao« PL No, 1, Pfe 77 OeUector, PUone mat* uw, Florists CLAYTON FLORAL COMPANY 410 Ewt Foster, Phojne «|. Freight Truck Line —See BMor Freight Lines Insurance M. P, DOWNS AGENCY Combs-Wwley Bldp,, Phone SM. Laundries - Cleaner* TOUR LAUNDRY & DRY CLENRft 301-09 East Francis, Phone 975 Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT MACHINE CO. Barnes & Frederick, fits., Ph. 241. Newspapers PAMPA DAILY NEWS 382 West Foster, Phone* 6S«-W7 PAMPA PRESS ' . 115 South Ballard, Phone MM Printing PAMPA DAILY NEWS Phone 666 . l Schools Bker, East Tube, Phone »31 Hij* School, «3 W, Ffwicj,, Ph. 71 Horace Mann, N. Banks, Ph. 834 JWntor Wrt, 128 w t ftwu^ r*. Ml [<amar, 301 Cuyler, Phone 9S7 Sam Houston, 900 N, Frort, Ph. U»l 7M N, Kiwtel *. lift Boy MoMillen, City H»UL Ph. S6» Sup*. Pub. SchlB, MS W, Fran. P M7 WPodrow WU«n, ft Rrow*. Ph. $44 pa

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