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PAGE SIX PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pwapftj 4fONI>AY Classified Advertising Rates Information All want ads arc strictly cash and nrc accepted over the phone with the positive understanding that the account ia to be paid when onr collector calls. PHONE YOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want Ad, helping you word it. All ads for "Situation Wanted" and "Lost and Found are cash with order and will not be accepted over the telephone. Out-of-town advertising cash with order. The Tampa Daily NEWS reserves the right to classify all Want Ad* under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. Notice of any .error must be given 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, 2c a word; minimum 30c. 2 days, 4c a word: minimum GOc. Ic per word for each succeeding issue after the first two issues. The Pampa Daily NEWS For Sale FOR SALE—Home and income property. Cheap by owner. Write box 12, care Pampa Daily News. 6C-66 FOR SALE—Six room modern house with 5-acres of land. $3,000; 4 room modern, $850; 3 room modern, $600; good 2 room house on paved highway, $450. W. T. Hollis, 122 N. Ballard, Phone 1478. 3p-63 FOR SALE—Cheap, extra large 2-room house and lot. across from school. A. L. Nichols. 639 S. Barnes. 3p-B3 FOR SALE—One 3-room and one 2-room house for sale or trade. Special rates on new and used furniture. Davis Trading Post. 624 S. Cuyler. ^____ ^P"? 6 FOR SALE—Nice 4-room~house"aifd lot. Will sell cheap. 520 N. Doyle Street.' 3p-63 FOB SALE—1935 Buick four door sedan, reasonable. No. down payment required, Phone 32G. , 3C-62 FOR SALE— Royal typewriter. Guaranteed like new $30. Pampa Pawn Shop. GC-GG FOR SALE—One electric Burroughs adding and posting machine at a bargain. 311 West- Foster. 3C-62 FOB SALE—$185 Vega Banjo and fine case. Absolutely new $55. Pampa Pawn Shop. ' 6c-66 FOR SALE Smile-A-Minute Photo Machine Smile a Minute Photo machine, good Investment for your bonus money to veteran free to travel. Inquire at CRETNEY DRUG By Monday Evening FOR SALE—Portable electric Singer sewing machine. Good as new. $45. Pampa Pawn Shop, in South Cuyler St. 6c-66 FOR SALE—One perfect blue white diamond ring. Cost $550 for sale at $175.00. Pampa Pawn Shop. 6c-66 FOR SALE—One .22 Savage sporter rifle. First class condition. $9. Pampa Pawn Shop. 6c-66 FOR SALE—A real investment. One 2-karat diamond man's mounting for $175. Pampa Pawn Shop. 6c-66 FOR BALE—Used ice boxes $2.00 to $9.00. All sizes. Gas ranges at $5.00 to $13.50. Dressers $5.00 to $8.00. Show cases $5 to $10. Pampa Transfer & Storage. Across from Cabot_pffiC£. 3c-62 FOR S'ALE—Prey hotel site. 75x40. Corner lot, on pavement. 4 2-room apartments in rear, at a bargain. Call Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Company, . 7p-66 For Sale FOR SALE OR TRADE—Stucco tourist camp, furnished. Clear. On paved highway. Good investment for bonus money. Reasonable. Or what have you to trade? Write box 1778, Pampa. 6c-66 INVEST IN PAMPA A home is the best investment you can make. A payment down, let the rents do the rest. Here are just a few for your consideration. Lovely 5-room house on E. Frauds, near school, $2100. A new home in north part of city, hardwood floors, and built ins, financed, this is a real buy for $1650. 6-R. duplex now rented for $55.00 per month price, $1100. 4-R stucco, corner lot, $800.00. Two R fully furnished, built ins, furniture and all $325.00. For rent, 4-R duplex and 5-R. house. Insurance of all kinds. JOHN L. MIKESELL, Duncan Bldg. Phone 166. FOR SALE—Bulk dcg feed. Sunflower seed. Vandover's Feed Store. Phone 792. 6p-65 FOR SALE—Better houses, better prices, better terms, and better locations. John I. Bradley. 207 Combs-Worley Bldg. Phone 672. 3c-62 FOR SALE—Three room house, double garage. Three lots. Bargain for cash. Phone 739, 3C-62 FOR SALE—Very reasonable. Four room modern house. 322 Roberta. 6C-65 FOR SALE;—Five-foot used water- cooled Electrolux. Less than half price. Thompson Hardware Co. 3c-62 FOR SALE—Harris bar.' Bargain. 316 S. Cuyler. Apply at Harris Drug. 320 S. Cuyler. 2c-61 FOR SALE OR TRADE—Wanted •to sell or trade, equity in 1936 Oldsmobilc sedan. Heater and radio. 405 E. Kingsmill. Phone 148. FOR SALE—Sweet milk. 25c pel- gallon. C. C. Doclcl. 1 mile southeast of city. 5p-63 FOR SALE—Bran, $1.10; cotton seed meal, $1.65; Big-B sweet feed, $1.35; Egg Mash, Anchor-5- High Grade, $2.25 100 Ibs. Bewley's 16 per cent protein dairy feed, white bags, $1.55. Gray County Feed Co., located Cole's Hatchery bldg. 4p-62 FOR SALE—Pointer pups, 2 mos old. See at 311'.i S. Cuyler. 6c-63 FOR SALE—Eight room house, double garage. On pavement, $1200. $400 down. Balance like rent. 2318 W. Alcock. 6p-63 Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT—Nice 5 or 6 room unfurnished house in good location. Will consider leasing if place is satifactory. Write box 33. Pampa Daily News. Or Phone 667. tfc-59 Personal FREE—Stomach ulcers, gas pains, indigestion, relieved quick. Get free sample doctor's prescription, Ulga, at City Drug Store. 3p-62 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. 506 E. Craven. 6p-63 Lost LOST—Key ling and keys in front of Levines. Finder leave keys at Levines. Reasonable reward. J. B. Southworth. lc-61 LOST—National Honor Society pin, letters CSLS at bottom. Reward for return to NEWS. 3p-61 Room and Board ROOM AND BOARD in private home. Phone 503-J. 515 N. Frost. 6c-66 BOARD AND ROOM—First class. On pavement. 121 N. Warren. Phone 798-J. 3p-59 If Mrs. Roscoe Pirtie will Sill at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "Show Boat' 'showing at the La Nora theater Monday or Tuesday. SEED Texas State Certified Seed Of All Kinds for Better Crops Also Ordinary State Tested and Tagged S x eed ZEB'S FEED STORE For Rent FOR RENT—South bedroom for men. Close in. Phone 351-J. 402 N. Ballard. 3c-63 FOR~RENT—Exceptionally nice bedroom. Private bath. Oarage. 921 N. Somerville. Phone G85. 6c-66 FOR RENT—Four room furnished apartment. 616 N. Gray. 3c-63 FOR RENT— Furnished modern house and garage. Bills paid. 707 N._Banks. lc-61 FOlTRENT—Three room furnished hcuse. Bills paid. 535 S. Somerville. 6c-66 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bills paid. Adults only. 902 E. Browning. lc-61 FOR RENT—Bedroom to one lady. Phone 677-J. 505 N. Frost. 2c-61 FOR RENT—Four room unfurnished house. Wm. Flaherty. 1 mile east Cities Service booster station. 3p-63 FOR RENT—Three room duplex, unfurnished. Bills paid. Also bedroom. Inquire 509 N. Cuyler. 2c-61 FOR RENT—South bedroom, adjoining bath. Close in. 407 N. Hill. Phone 6G9-W. 2c-61 FOR RENT—Nice, private, southT west bedroom. 315 E. Kingsmill. 2c-61 The News' Want-Ads bring results. FOR RENT—Two room~furnished house. Adults only. Inquire rear 851 W, Kingsmill. • 2p-61 FOR RENT—Three room and 5 room unfurnished modern houses. Garage. See Owl Drug. 3c-62 FOR RENT—1 Vaqancy in Kelly apartments. Frigidaire. Bills paid. Apply Apt. No. 5. 26p-86 FOR RENT—Four room modern house, at 524 South Somerville with bills paid. Phone 175. 2p-61 FOR RENT—Four room furnished modern apartment, with garage. 413 North Frost. 3p-61 FOR RENT—Three room furnished apartment. Adults only. 508 N. Russell. • 6c-64 FOR RENT—Free Maytag washers with 2 and 3 room cabins. Bills paid, and furnished. $3.50 per week and up. Newtown Cabins. 1300 So. Barnes. 26p-83 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bath. On pavement. 526 S. Cuyler. 6p-63 FOR RENT—Extra nice 2 room furnished cottage. Bills , paid. Modern conveniences. Lewis Cottages. 411 S. Russell. 6p-61 CLEAN ROOMS, $3 per week. 500 N. Frost. Virginia hotel. 6p-60 Miscellaneous Pampa Dining Room 307 W. Foster Family Style Meals'__ 35 C Plate Lunch 30c Fried Chicken, Hot Biscuits u 50c TURKISH BATHS—Magnetic message for rheumatism, kidney, acne, alcoholic poisons. Reducing. Miss King, Hotel King, • 227-228. Aina- rillo. 6p-65 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! SPENCER individually designed garments. Mrs. Tom Bliss. Phone 991. 26p-79 GULF SERVICE 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 For Better Service On Your RADIOS Call Johnson's Radio Service 112 East Francis Phono 606 Pound FOUND—Bunch of keys in leather case. Owner may have same by calling at News office and paying for this ad. 3c-62 Automotive 1935 Standard 4-door Sedan / $465 1934 MasteXChev. Coach..$425 1933 Master cfic*. Sedan ..S325 1932 Ford DcLuxe Tudor .$250 1932 Ford DeLuxe Coupe .$235 1931 Chevrolet Sedan $175 1930 Chevrolet Sedan .-...$150 1S30 Chevrolet Coach $140 1.930 Chevrolet Coupe $130 1929 Ford Coupe $75 CULBERSON- BMALLINQ CHEVROLET COMPANY, In* Service Dept. OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT If Mrs. Harry Stanley will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "Show Boat' 'showing at the La Nora theater Monday or Tuesday. 5 485 Used Car Buyers! On Monday, June 16th, every used car in our stock will go on sale at reduced prices. A small deposit wilt hold the one you select. Come in and look them them over. We have 65. Here are some: 1935 Ford SjOlfOO Coupe 1934 Chevrolet Master Coupe .. 1934 Plymouth Sedan 1932 Plymouth Coach 1933 Plymouth Coupe 1935 Ford Pickup 1933 International ?«*QC<)0 Pickup «»3 1934.Ford Coach 1933 Ford Coupe 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Chevrolet ?1 CA°° Coach ..OU 1929 Ford $ fiC 00 Coupe OJ 1929 Chevrolet $ fnftO Coupe 1931 Ford Coupe Tom Rose (Ford) ..175" *200°° ? 250°° " Used Cars 1936 Plymouth Sedan $200 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. Sewing Wanted SEWING—Dressmaking and alterations by experienced dressmaker, Satisfaction guaranteed. Fair prices. See Grace Bird in new location. Malone Apartments, 112V6 W. Kingsmill, Room 8. 3c-63 Work Wanted WORK WANTED—Young lady experienced in housework wants work in private home. Best of references. Phone 595-W. 3p-63 WORK WANTED— Young lady wants work, care of children or housework. Mason Camp. Cabin 28. . 3p-62 WORK WANTED—Lawn mowers to sharpen the factory way. Exterminate red ants. Do general landscaping. Work guaranteed. Telephone 770 after 6 p. m. Fred Fendrick. 615 N. Frost. 6p-66 For Trade TO EXCHANGE 320 acres good New Mexico land. Small government loan, Want home or a business suitable for a woman. Pampa, Texas. Call Mrs. E. C. Lawson, Johnson Hotel. 3p-62 FOR TRAD'E—Five room modern home. Will take a good small car as down payment. Jno I. Bradley. 207 Combs-Worley Building. 3c-62 If Mrs. G. E. Arris will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "Show Boat 1 'showing at the La Nora theater Monday or Tuesday. THIMBLE THEATRE Starring POPEYE Beauty Parlors FIRST 100 LADIES, for hair shaping, 40c by Mr. White. Milady Beauty Shop. 26C-84 Wanted WANTED— Lady passenger to Cleveland, Ohio. Leaving around 25th. Mrs. M. L. D., General Delivery, Pampa. . 2p-61 Washing, Lubrication, Polishing and Waxing, Tire Repairing SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION End of West Foster Street PAUL V. CLIFFORD PUONE 112Z Loans For Your VACATION! No endorsers or security required. $5 to $50 Lowent Rates Loans made in a few minutes. Payments arranged to suit you. SALARY LOAN CO. L. B. WARREN, Mir. First National Bank Bldg. Room I Phone IDS MONEY FOR VACATION Salary Loans — Personal IXMUU $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 mado tn a few minutes. Lowest Bates PAMPA FINANCE CO. J. S. Starker, Mgr. 109H S. Cuyler Phone 450 Poultry BABY CHICKS Popular breeds, day old and started. Hatch off each Monday and Tuesday. DODD'S HATCHERYj 1 Mile Southeast Pampa Help Wanted HELP WANTED—Competent housekeeper. Phone 9032F3. 3c-61 Strayed STRAYED—Grey saddle horse, 7 years old; weight about 1150 Ibs. Has fistula scar. Finder please notify^ R. W. Brown, Briscoe, Tex. Reward. 3p-63 Drowning Victim's Body Is Washed to Beach; Two Sought GALVESTON, June 15 (/P>— The body of Miss Adele Schroeder, one of three persons drowned in the gulf while bathing last night, was found on the beach here today. A search for the bodies of B. C. McGinnis and J. C, Moore continued. The three drowned when they ventured into deep water and were unable to return to the shore. Mrs. Jewell MacGregory, another member of the party, was rescued. Arkansas Reaches Hundredth Birthday LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 15 (fP) —Arkansas, once the link between the traditional Old South and rough nnd ready west, reached, its one hundredth year of statehood today. The Centennial of that June 15 on which President Andrew Jackson signed the act of Congress admitting the territory into the Union found this .stale in holiday attire. In the streeUs of Little Rock, descendants of Arkansas' "first families" led a colorful parade. In other cities, groups continued a round of pageants, dedications and other fetes. The entire Pacific fleet was combed to pick 100 former Texas residents for the Texas Bluejackst company stationed at the Texas Centennial exposition. Every man and officer among them is a Texan. MUSSOLINI SAYS TIME WILL WORK IN HIS FAVOR BY ANDRUE HERDING, . Associated Press Foreign Staff. ROME, June 15 (/P)— Italy expects time to work in her favor in prospective sanctions discussions, high fascist sources said today. Premier Mussolini's nation, which Thursday begins Its eighth month under 'the war penalties, was declared by economists to be as strong now as before the League of Nations condemned her aggression in East Africa. Political circles expressed belief the sanctionist ranks would gradually crumble, regardless of what action the league council and assembly decide upon at Geneva late this month. Time will bring not only a factual acceptance of the new empire, they declared, but also a break in the sanctionist walls until Italian commerce resumes its normal activities. Diplomatic and economic, fascist sources listed seven developments which the application of war penalties has brought to Rome. They Were: 1. Loss of some foreign markets which may or may not be regained later. 2. Tremendous effort to develop Italian raw. materials and discover synthetic substitutes -for commodities-cut off '• by sanctions. 3. Transformation of the nature of her imports, eliminating luxuries almost entirely from the list and concentrating on necessary and available raw material. 4. A startling decline in both exports and Imports accompanied by a corresponding increase in the national trade deficit. 5. An appreciable drop In "Invisible" exports such a tourist expenditures, steamship revenue and freight charges. This decrease was declared partly compensated by gifts from Italians living abroad. 6. Crippling or crushing of some small industries not engaged in manufacturing materials of war and dependent upon foreign trade. Economists said these losses were counterbalanced by increased business in other lines. 7. Progress in II Duce's project to make Italy more independent preparatory for a possible European conflict for which the dictator said "the wheels of fate turn fast." Cattle Price on Way Down; Beef Will Cost Less CHICAGO, June 15, (/P)—Indicating cheaper cattle prices to consumers, live cattle values today were scraping the lowest levels since the gtovelrhmerit stopped its drought relief purchasing more than a year ago. Cattle broke 25 to 35 cents a hundredweight last week, continuing the steady decline in the steer price structure which has been under way, almost without Interrup tion, since January. Choice and prime steer prices were the lowest since December, 1934. Heavy receipts at major markets and the sluggish consumer demand were factors contributing to the downward trend. Lowei steer values tended to aggravate the liquidation of beeves because some farmers, livestock authorities said, showed no desire to feed relatively high priced corn to $7 anc $8 steers. The general level of wholesale beef prices, which were paralleled by retail prices, was the lowest of the season, market authorities here said. The huge amount of dressed beef in storage was relieved partly In May but June 1 supplies were the highest for the date in six years : with the exception of 1935. The bulk of choice and prime steers sold here between $8 and $9 compared with an average weekly price one week in May last year of $14.54, the peak since 1930. The average- price of beef cattle here in May was $7.95, or $3.15 lerwer than last year. _ FOUND DKAD EAST ORANGE, N. J., June 15 (/!')—D. McFarland Moore, 07, a retired electrical engineer and inventor, was found dead on the lawn of his home today, a bullet hole in his head. Homicide squad detectives, who were called to the scene said the man had been slain. It's Always Polite To Knock I'M YOU, DONT GtT \OEf\ THM SWLOR ISN'T TOUGH- YOU'D BETTER WD,BOS<b_ I DON'T , BELltVG WHW VOO 5WD ; PsBOUT HIM 8U5TIU' TKROU6B WfMLS INSTEAD OF - <O'IS By E. C. SEEGAR P\HOY> \ JOS' COME OVER TO TELL NOT TO BOTHER N3OOT ON ACCOUNT OF I YAM OUS'A VJE'LL fV5K >^ THE OtEP TO TELL OS THE WINNER OF .THE FIGHTi THEN VOE'LL BET WILL SPEAK IN LARGE EASTERN CITIES IN CAMPAIGN TOPEKA, KRS., June 15 (/P)—Gov. Alf M. Landon turned his thoughts today to an eastward attack in a campaign for the presidency. The plan of battle remained in an embryo stage, pending councils today and tomorrow, but the republican nominee was reported attracted by the idea of speaking in several large eastern cities, to precede a probable western tour. John D. M. Hamilton, manager of the Landon campaign, was due here today from Chicago, where he replied to a critical statement by James A. Farley, the democratic campaign general. Expected tomorrow to round out the mode of attack are Col. Frank Knox of Chicago, the vice-presidential nominee, and the sub-committee in charge of campaign strategy. A quiet Sunday, his first day of relaxation since he won the nomination, left Landon refreshed today for the task he set himself—wading into a fighting campaign with a willingness to go anywhere it might take him. Authoritative sources indicated today the first speeches would be made by Hamilton, then Knox, with Landon swinging in for the final salvos about August 15, after giving largely of his time to a special session of the Kansas legislature in July. j Hamilton announced an office would be established in Chicago and that he expected to be there "about 60 per cent of the time." All executives of the various campaign divisions, he said, will be appointed and functioning by July 1. If the eastern tour materializes, It was said, Landon would not limit it to the Pennsylvania and Ohio districts he knew as a boy but would Include such centers as New York, Boston and Philadelphia. The governor and Mrs. Landon enjoyed a typical Sunday, at church and at home. His new role was reflected, however, in a larger number of handshakers and well-wishers, and in the pastor's specific mention of 'the great honor shared by all of us in the selection of the governor 'of Kansas to become the republican candidate for President of the United States." .«. Pampa Woman, 31, Taken by Death At Family Home Mrs. W. R. Edwards, 31, a resident of Pampa for nine vears, died yesterday morning at the family home, 401 North Baer street, following a long illness. Surviving are her husband, W. R. Edwards; mother, Mrs. A. N. Clark, Pampa; step-father, E. E. Morse, Pampa ; three sisters, Mrs. S. C. Alexander, Pampa, Mrs. G. F. Mitchell, Lubbock, and Mrs. R. G. Good, Martindale; two brothers, S. F. Cordell and O. D, Cprdell, both of Pampa; three neices, Arvella Jean Cordell, Martha Udora Cordell and Mary Alice Warren, all of Pampa; one nephew, Ronald Wftyhe*-Ale*» : ander, Pampa. •'•!., - -v.=>y ; The Funeral services •' w v ere coh^ ducted at 2:30 o'clock this afternooft- at the Assembly of tSod • churcht-. South Cuyler street, wltfi^ the? fesvi H. E. Comstock, pastor, officlattbf; Burial was to be in Falrvlew>is«toe-. tery; here, in charge of : the Charlie Duenkel Funeral home!' '•':.;, Pallbearers- nanied were N; A. Richman, L. H. Burnett, D. 1 M. l*>w> ranee, Walter Dennis, W. H. Hughes and C. H. RusTl. - '"• .••"Flowers we're to be in Charge of : Mrs. Maty Williams, Mrs.- G, f; Stovall and Mrs/ Edith Burklhs. •:' Political Announcements The Pampa Daily NEWS Is thorized to announce the candidacies subject to. the action of the Democratic Primary, July 26., For County Judge: C. E. CARY (Re-EIcctlon) J. M. DODSON SHERMAN WHITE For Representative 122nd District: EUGENE WORLEY . , (Re-Election) For Comity Clerk: CHARLIE THUT (Re-Electlon) i For District Clerk: FRANK HILL, (lie-Election) R. B. "RUFE" THOMPSON MIRIAM WILSON For Sheriff: EARL TALLEY : (Re-Election) BUCK KOONCE J. I. DOWNS For Constable, Precinct 2: OTIS IIENDRIX YOUNGER COCKRELL I. S. JAMESON EARL LEWIS For County Commissioner, Fret. 2: JOHN HAGGARD .',,,.• (Re-Electlon) A. G. (Pete) POST LEWIS O. COX. For County Commissioner Prct. 3: 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-Electlon) For District Attorney: LEWIS M. GOODRICH (Re-Election) CLIFFORD BRALY For Commissioner Precinct 1: ARLIE CARPENTER ? (Re-Election) . JOHN R. WHITE Foe Justice, of the Pea.ce Precinct No. 2, Place No. 1: CHAS. I. HUGHES ; ; J. W. "BILL" GRAHAM .WM. T.-JESSE:- •>. .;,• For State Senator: 31st Senatorial District CURTIS DOUGLASS For Justice of Peace, Prc. 2, PL 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 IB EVERY BUSINESS PAMPA The Finert In EVER* PROFESSION Accountants J. R. ROBY 412 Combs-Worley, R. (SOW, Of. 787 Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred Scbaffner, 115 W. Foster, Ph. 81 Boilers 3. M, DEERING Boiler sn' WeW- inf Works, Fampa, Phon* ttl — KellervUle, Phone 161flFlS, Building Contractors J. KING, «14 N. Sloan, Phone 16? Crfes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP J Doors Past of Rex Theater, Ph. 760 Churches FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, C. E. Lancaster, Pastor, Phone CM City Offices GRAY COUNTY RELIEF BOARD City Hall National Employment Office, Phone 436. CITY OF PAMFA Bd. City Dvpment, City Rail, Ph. City Health Dept. City HI, Pit, 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, 803 West Foster, Ph. 60 police Station. Ph, s$$. County Offices GRAY COUNTY OF. CT. HOUSE Auditor and Treasurer, Phone 1053. Constable's Office; Phone 77. County Clerk, Phone 77. Cnty. Fnv Aft, Hm. Denwtr. Ph. S44 County Judge, Phoue 887 ' " District Clerk, Phone 745 Justice of Peace W. No. 1, Ph. 77 Jwttce »f Peso* No. I, Phone 918 Sheriffs Office, Phone *4S S»Btl>uaJlo instruction, Phone Uf« Tax Assessor, Pliant 1047 " l T»« Collector, Phone «OS Florists CLAYTON FLORAL COMPANY 410 East Foster, Phone SO. Freight Truck UIM —See BUtor Freight liner Insurance) M. P. DOWNS AOENCY Combs- Werley Bldr, Phone UC -, ••-..• • ,'--/' I--.K..I' . • •!('-, : Laundries • Cleaners YOUR LAUNDRY * DRY CtCNJM 301-09 East Francis, Phone fW>.; • • • ••. ,.•• -( • >V; '-.•('• . Machine Shops JONES-EVBRETT MAGHINf CO. Barnes « Frederick, 8U.i Ph. Ml Newspapers PAMPA DAILY NEWS > 388 West Foster, Phones MMCI PAMPA PRESS --.,.V.^ - iv US South Ballard, Phone m • intinff NEWS PAMPA DAILY Phoue 666 Schools Bker, East Tuke, Phtme Ml High School, 198 W, FrwcU, Ph, 74 Horace Mann, N. Baalw, PK, tt* Junior High, 12« W. Frs«4*. »sv «« Lamwy Ml Cttyler, thS8»i-M|.. ; ^? : . Sam Hoiuton, WO N, Brsstj fh, HM School Garage, 706 N. Bwwl. BVUM Roy McMUlen, City WMli-l*, <"f» Supt. Pub. Sehto. 1SS W. 'Ftraw P W Woodrew Wilson. B. BraratY f b. «f< • ' i «n7 ( • Transfer * Stersw PAMPA TRANSFER^* gfft, CO- 500 West Brown, Phone * State Bonded W«W«f Supplies JONES-EVERETT HACHINft CO, Frstwiek i(*,7a«M Ml

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