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THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Tesai -TUESDAY' EVEttltf G,: JUNB 16, 1936 Shop the CLASSIFIED COMJMMS and Save Classified Advertising Rates Information All wftnt. ads are strictly oush and r6 accepted over the phone with the fxwttive understanding that the account Is to be paid when our collector calls. PHONE YOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-laker will receive Jour Want Ad, helping you word it. All ads for "Situation Wanted" and "Ltwt and Pound arc cash with order *nd trill not be accepted over the telephone. Out-of-town advertising cash with Order. The Pampa Daily NEWS reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under appropriate headlntrs and to re- vis* or withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. Notice of any error must be Riven In :tlme for correction before second Iniertlon. 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 HATE CARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 3. 1931 1 day, 2c a word: minimum 80c. 2 days, 4c a word; minimum 60c. le per word for each succeeding Issue after the first two Issues. The Patnpa Daily NEWS Card of Thanks EXPRESSION OF THANKS Words seem so empty and meaningless with which to express our deep gratitude and sincere appreciation for the expressions of sympathy shown us at the death of our loved one. We want each of you to know that God's full measure will be amply meted out to each of you in return and will dissipate the clouds of sorrow that darken some day for you. And may His richest blessings be upon each of you and oiir heartfelt thanks will ever go out to you. . W. A. Beaty and Family. For Sale FOR SALE—Five room modern house on paved highway with four acres of land, $2,000. 4 room modern house. Close in. $1800. 4 room modern house, $800. 150 acre farm near Claremore, Okla., $1500, $600 down. W. T. Hollis, 122 N. Ballard. Phone 1478. Sc-64 FOR SALE—County Line Service station. Also model A truck. 3 miles east McLean. L. B. Blacker, McLean, Texas. lp-62 FOR SALE—Furniture and house. hold goods for sale. Room No. 3, Smith Bldg. Phone 1273. 3p-64 FOR SALE—Three .room house, 2 lots, for cash. 401 N. Christy. 12p-74 LAND FOR SALE—320 acres good wheat land, 17 miles northwest Spearman, Texas, with 15 bushels crop on land. ; $5,000. Write E. M. Lewis or apply Hughes Tourist camp, Spearman. 6p-67 FOR SALE—.22 caliber model 52 Winchester target rifle, equipped with 10 power scope. A real bar- gan. Frank's store. 317 S. Cuyler. lc-62 FOR SALE—Cafe in good location. Best in town. 200 N.'Cuyler. 6c-67 FOR SALE—Home and income property. Cheap by owner. Write box 12, care Pampa Daily News. 60-66 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-63 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. 6p-66 FOR SALE—Nice 4-room house and lot. Will sell cheap. 520 N. Doyle Street. 3p-63 FOR SALE—A real investment. One 2-karat diamond man^s mounting for $175. Pampa Pawn Shop. 6c-66 FOR SALE—$185 Vega Banjo and fine case. Absolutely . new $55. Pampa Pawn Shop. 6c-66 For Sale FOB SALE—One perfect blue white diamond ring. Cost $550 for sale at $175.00. Pampa Pawn Shop. ' 6c-66 FOR SALE—One .22 Savage sportcr rifle. First class condition. $9. Fampa Pawn Shop. Gc-66 FOR SALE— Royal typewriter. Guaranteed like new $30. Pampa Pawn Shop. _6c-66 FORTSALE—Frey 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 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. Oc-6S 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. Francis, near school, $2100. A new home in north part of city, hardwood floors, and built ins, financed, this js a real buy for $1650. G-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 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 RENT—South bedroom for men. Close in. Phone 351-J. 402 N._Ballard. Sc-63 FORTRENT—Exceptionally nice'bed- room. Private bath.- Garage. 921 N. Somerville. Phone 685. 6c-G6 FOR SALE—Portable electric Singer sewing machine. Good- as new. $45. Pampa Pawn Shop. 117 South Cuyler St. 6C-66 FOR SALE—Very reasonable. Four room modern house. 322 Roberta. 6C-65 FOR SALE—Sweet milk. 25c per gallon. C. C. Dodd. 1 mile southeast of city. 5p-63 FOR SALE—Pointer pups, 2 inos. old. See at 311V6' 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 satlfactory. Write box 33. Pampa Daily News. Or Phone 667. tfc-59 Personal CARD READINGS. Past, present and future. 506 E. Craven. 6p-63 Lost LOST—One hydraulic truck jack. Leave at Pampa News or Standard Food Markets for reward. 3c -64 LOST—Key ring and keys in front of Levines. Finder leave keys lit 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-5D Help Wanted HELP WANTED—Single man for curb and bar room. Must be neat in appearance. Apply Tom's Place. East Hghway 33. lp-62 HELP WANTED—Competent housekeeper, Phone '9032F3. Sc-Gl SEED Texas State Certified Seed Of All Kinds for Better Crops Also Ordinary State Tested and Tagged Seed ZEB'S FEED Amarillo College of Music HARRY WHEELER, Representative Instructor of Oboe, Clarinet, Basson, Saxaphonc, English Horn, Sarusaphone. Student of Bohimil Makovski, Oakley Pittman, Anton Obenkoff HARRY WHEELER, PAMPA, PHONE 613 For Rent FOR RENT—Four room furnished apartment. Bills -paid. Shed for car. 625 N. Russell. 3c-64 FOR RENT—Three room furnished apartment. Newly papered. Over Coca Cola plant. Phone 279. 3p-64 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Close in. Bills paid. 112 South Wynne. lc-62 FOR~RENT—Two room furnished house. Couple only. Phone 12C9-W. lc-62 FOR RENT—Three room furnished house with shower bath. 316 Robert St. lp-62 FOR~RENT—Air conditioned" bedroom. Mrs. Kartell. Phone 1076. 3c-64 Miscellaneous GOOD GRASS ~for~~stock. • J. A". Purvis. 6c-67 Automotive FOR RENT—Three rooms, unfurnished. Modern. Bills paid. $20 pel- month. 815 S. Russell. 3p-64 FOR RENT—Three room furnished house. Bills paid. 535 S. Somerville. ' 6c-66 FOR RENT—Four room unfurnished house. Wm. Flaherty. 1 mile east Cities Service booster station. 3p-63 FOR RENT-^1 Vacancy 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. 525 S. Cuyler. • 6p-63 FOR RENT—Extra nice 2 room furnished cottage... Bills paid. Modern conveniences. Lewis Cottages. 411 S, Russell. 9p-64 Miscellaneous Pampa Dining Room 307 W. Foster Family Style Meals __ 35c Plate Lunch 30c Fried Chicken, Hot Biscuits SOc 1935 Standard 4-tloor Sedan $465 1934 Master Chev. Coach.. $425 1933 Master Chcv. Sedan ..$325 1932 Ford DcLuxe Tudor .$250 1932 Ford DcLuxe Coupe .$235 1931 Chevrolet Sedan . $175 1930 Chevrolet Sedan $150 l!)3fl Chevrolet Coach $140 1930 Chevrolet Coupe $130 1929 Ford Coupe $75 ;MA<- ? HI "I CULBERSOlf- SMALLING CHEVROLET COMPANY, int. Service Dept OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT 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 ~If MrsTwrMTlJcWright will call at the office of the Pampa • Daily News she Will receive a free ticket to see "Rose of the Rancho" showing at the La Nora theater Wednesday. Wanted WANTED—Lady passenger to Cleveland, Ohio. Leaving around 25th, Write Mrs. M. L. Brown, care of Pampa News. 2p-63 Beauty Parlors FIRST 100 LADIES, for hair shaping, 40c by Mr. White. Milady Beauty Shop. 26c-84 If Mrs. Ed. Jones will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "Rose of the Rancho" showing at the La Nora theater Wednesday. TURKISH BATHS—Magnetic message for rheumatism, kidney, acne, alcoholic poisons. Reducing. Miss King, Hotel King, 227-228. Amarillo. 6p-65 00 Used Car Buyers! On Monday, June 16th, every used car in our stock will go on sale at reduced prices. A small deposit will hold the one you select. Come in and look them them over. We have 65. Here are some: 1935 Ford 5 °° Coupe 1934 Chevrolet Master Coupe 1934 Plymouth Sedan ...... 1932 Plymouth Coach 1933 Plymouth Coupe 1935 Ford Pickup 1933 International Pickup 1934. Ford Coach 1933 Ford Coupe 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Chevrolet $ Coach 1920 Ford $ fiC 00 Coupe ................. 9j 1929 Chevrolet $ A<>0 Coupe ................. 1931 Ford Coupe Tom Rose (Ford) $*)<|£ Lift 00 °° £A<> JV Washing, Lubrication, Polishing and Waxing, Tire Repairing SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION End of West Foster Street PAUL V. CLIFFORD PHONE 1128 Our Duty in Preserving Our Folklore Texas legends furnish an inex- mustlble supply of material for ar- ists, authors, poets, and dramatists. They await the hand of a Washlng- on Irving, a Whlttier or a Joel handler Harris to turn them into mperlshable literature. The out- ook Is heartening, for there is a growing interest in native literature. Professor J. Frank Doble of the University of Texas, Prof. Fohn Lee Brooks at Southern Methodist university, and Dr. Rebecca Smith of Texas Christian unlver- ilty are encouraging the study of olklore and of the literature of .he southwest. There is yet to be unearthed a nass of material on the life, man- icrs, customs, beliefs, and institu- •lons of the southwest. There are inrecorded cowboy songs, negro longs, games, oil field lore, tales of Loans For Your VACATION! No endorsers or security required. $5 to $50 Lowest Rates Loans made in a few minutes. Payments arrang-qd to suit you. SALARY LOAN CO. 1.,. B. WARREN, Mer. Flint National Bank Hide. Room 8 • Phon« 109 If Mrs. L. R. Kartell will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see "Rose of the Rancho'' showing at the La Nora theater Wednesday. MONEY FOR VACATION Salary Loans — Personal LMUII $5 to $50 We Require No Security We solicit oil field and carbon black workers. Payments arranged to suit you. All dealings strictly confidential. Loam made In a few minutes. Lowest Rate* PAMPA FINANCE CO. J. 8. Starkey, Mgr. 109H S. Cuyler Phone 450 Poultry 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 Phone 606 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. Work Wanted EXPERIENCED man wants yard work. Best of city references. Call for Sam W. Evans at Mason camp. 6p-67 WORK WANTED—Young lady experienced in housework wants work in private home. Best o'f references. Phone 595-W. 3p-63 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 Sewing Wanted SEWING—Dressmaking and alterations by experienced dressmaker, Satisfaction guaranteed. Fair prices. See Grace Bird in new location. Malone Apartments, 112',t. W. Kingsmill, Room 8. 3c-63 BABY CHICKS Popular breeds, day old and started. Hatch off each Monday and Tuesday. DODD'S HATCHER\ 1 Mile Southeast Fampa Copeland Will Take a Walk to Medical Meeting WASHINGTON, June 16, (/P)— Senator Copeland (D-NY) said today he intended to "take a walk to the national medical society convention" at Cleveland while the Democratic National convention, to which he was elected a delegate, is meeting in Philadelphia next week "I'm going to the medical society convention because I think I'll have a better time and do more good there" he said in an interview. "Therefore I'm going to take a walk the other way, to the medical society meeting." Copeland said he had not talkec with former Governor Alfred E Smith of New York about any joint move to walk out of the Democratic meeting. According to reports from New York, Smith has made no train reservation for the trip to Philadelphia, although he was elected a delegate at the Apri* pimaries. Senator Copeland has been oul of step several times with the New Deal measures and has vptec consistently, among other things against ratification of the St. Lawrence seaway treaty. Soon after the Roosevelt regime began it was re- Texas Legends and Folklore * By Olive M. Johnson, Director of Speech Arts North Texas State Teachers College the border Mexicans, of rangers, of Jean LaFitte, the Robin Hood of the Seas, and of legendary heroes like Strap Buckner, Jesse Holmes, Paul BUnyan, Mustang Gray, and Pecos Bill. There are customs, super- stltions, weather signs, yarns about birds and snakes, Indian myths and legends, the origin of place names, and lore of the high plains, the Gulf coast, and the brush country. Surely, as Dryden said of Clhaucer's tales, "Here is God's plenty!" It would be a very great pity if such interesting native culture should be allowed to sink into oblivion. This lore is an Integral part of Texas and should be preserved for future generations. It is plainly our duty to record these fleeting traditions before time has effaced them, and this duty we conceive to be one of the greatest obligations and opportunities of the Texas Centennial. hortly after the formal notification eremony—as yet unscheduled- losing in Madison Square Garden', '•Tew York, a short time before elec* Ion. The tentative plan called next tot Landon to visit New York State and New England after his Pennsylvania; our and then to the Pacific. f Today's conference with Knc* and a sub-committee of the na- ,ional committee was regarded as jhe most important on campaign jlans since the Cleveland conven« ;ion, which Landon followed U$ with an early call. OIL NEWS AND ROTES • Panhandle and Other Fieldi • OIL INCREASE REPORTED TULSA, June 16 (ffV^An increase of 26,982 barrels daily in the nation's Droduction of oil for the week ending June 13 was reported today by the Oil and Gas Journal. Total dally production was 2,963,639. In Oklahoma the production increased 19,800 to a total of 567,250 barrels dally while in East Texas the output decreased 6,799 barrels to 439,755 barrels daily. The entire state of Texas showed a decrease, 5,854 barrels, to a total of 1,147,700 barrels daily and in Louisiana the production of 75,145 barrels daily was a decrease of 3,875 barrels daily from the preceding week. . Kansas production was up 16,165 barrels daily, totaling 152,325 barrels. Eastern fields, including Michigan, increased production 1,604 barrels dally, totaling 141,011 barrels. California production increased 3,000 barrels daily to a total of 583.000 barrels. '"^V'lHll In the Kocky Mountain area there was a decrease of 1,630 barrels daily to 57,540 barrels. GAS PRODUCTION DROPS AUSTIN, June 16 (/P)—The engineering department of the Railroad commission reported today that Texas production of dry natural gas continues to decline. The decrease, which during April averaged 14.7 per cent compared with the previous month, was attributed to a seasonal decline in demand from pipelines and a reduction in the volume stripped and blown into the air. In April 1,520,516,000 cubic feet jwere produced In the sta);e rxs against 1,788,250,000 in March. Similar comparative figures for the Pan handle, chief producing area, were 1,181,847,000 and 1,428,230,000 cubic feet. "The per cent of dry gas stripped to the air has continued to decline Since the first of the year and in April amounted to only .2 of 1 per cent of the total dry gas production," the report satd. "The decrease in the volume of dry natural gas processed in gasoline plants has been in part offsel by an increase in the consumption of casinghead gas. In almost al districts, there has, in the past few months, been an increase in the number of wells producing casing heac gas which have been connected to gasoline plants. "The volume of gas blown Into the air from gasoline plants amountec to 95,125,000 cubic feet for the Panhandle and 175,381,000 cubic feet for the state during April, comparec to 233,509,000 cubic feet and 314,772,000 cubic feet respectively, for March." Carbon black plants consumec 5,65,321,000 cubic feet of residue gas daily during April, while estimate! daily recovery for the plants was 836,600 pounds of carbon black. Chinese Effort For Peace Wins 3-Way Support (Ily The Associated Prc.ia) Chinese authorities, representing both the central government of Nanking and the southwest council at Canton, acted today to preserve peace between the north and south and to prevent hostile demonstrations against Japan. The peace move of the Chinese was supplemented by three foreign nations, the United States, Great Britain, and Japan, who held warships in readiness at Shanghai. The presence of the warships was reported to have given Shanghai residents a feeling of security. Military authorities at Nanking disclosed that a peace discussion was under way in human province between representatives of Nanking and Canton. Troops of the southern provinces, which have called on Nanking to fight against further Japanese penetration in China, were reported to have halted their demonstrative inarch against the north. 59 ESTONIANS KILLED TALLINN Estonia, June 16, (if) —Fifty-nine persons were killed and 29 injured in a munitions factory explosion yesterday, it was announced officially today. Among those killed were nine officers of the Estonian navy. The cause of the explosion, which occurred while a shell was being charged, was not determined. Strip coal mining on a large scale is reopening in the Moberly, Mo., district with one company launching a $1,000,000 project. ' ported he had been offered the post of ambassador to the court of St. James by Farley, but declined. THIMBLE THEATRE Starring POPEYE Tail Up Means Thumbs Down ByE.C. SEEGAR IF I COULDN'T LICK f\ RUNT LIKE VOO I'D GO SOftK HV HtfXD- LOOK TRErXT MY PfXRTKERS LET OS WE . , UMO\V JEEP 1 . STILLA JLISTEN.EUGENE- OOE, Y VJILL MUST J LO$E THE F16HT BE ) W\TH SORE G, 0. P. Big-Wigs Arrange 3-Hour Dash by Landon TOPEKA, Kan., June 16. (If)— A campaign plan embracing thre tours about the country for Gov ernor Alf M. Landon was high on the agenda today as the republican presidential nominee opened council door to Col. Frank Knox his running mate, and a score o the party's high command. The governor considered openin his drive with a speech at hi birthplace, West Middlesex, Pa Political Announcements The Pampa Dally NEWS is aU- Jiorlzed to announce the following candidacies subject to the action of ihe Democratic Primary, July 25. =•' for Comity Judge: C. E. OARY (Rc-felection) 3. M. DODSON SHERMAN WHITE ?or Representative 122nd District: EUGENE WORLEY (Rc-Elcctloh) for County Clerk: CHARLIE THUT (Re-Election) For District Clerk: FRANK HILL (Re-Election) R. B. "RUFE" THOMPSON ,.' MIRIAM WILSON ' For Sheriff: EARL TALLEY (Rc-Election) BUCK KOONCE J. I. DOWNS For Constable, Precinct 2: OTIS HENDRIX YOUNGER COCKRELL I. S. JAMESON EARL LEWIS For County Commissioner, Prct. 2: JOHN HAGGARD (Re-Election) A. G. (Pete) POST LEWIS O. COX. For County Commissioner Prct. 3: THOS. O. KIRBY (Re-Election) EARL JOHNSON For Counly Attorney: B. S. VIA JOE GORDON B. L. PARKER For County Treasurer: D. R. HENRY <Re-Elcction) MRS. G. C. WALSTAD For Tax Assessor-Collector: F. E. LEECH (Re-Election) For District Attorney: LEWIS M. GOODRICH (Re-Elecllon) CLIFFORD BRALY Far Commissioner Precinct 1: ARLIE CARPENTER (Re-Election) JOHN R. WHITE For Justice of the Peace 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 2: E. F. YOUNG (Re-Election) For Congressman, 18th District: JOHN R. MILLER (Democrat) Hulchinsoii County An Uo-To-The-Minute Directory of BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Best In EVERY BUSINESS PAMPA The Finest In' Every PROFESSION Accountants j. R. ROBY » 412 Combs-Worley, R, 980 W, Of. 787 Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred Schaffner, 115 W Foster, Ph..81 Boilers J. M. DEERING Boiler and Wcldinff Works, Pampa, Phone 292— Kellerville, Phone 1610F13. Building Contractors J. KING. 414 N. Sloan, Phone 163 Cafes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP 3 doors east -of Rex theater, Th 760 Churches FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH C, E. Lancaster, Pastor, Phone 526. City Offices GRAY COUNTY RELIEF BOARD City Hall. National Employment Office, Phone 436. CITY OF PAMPA 3d. City Dvlmnt, City HI., Wi. 384 City Health Dept., City HI,, fh. 1183, City Mgrs. Office, City HI., Ph. 1180 City Pump Station, 700 N. Ward, Phone 1. Cy Wtr & Tax Ofp. pity HI. Ph 1181 Fire Station, 203 We.it Foster, Ph. 60 Police Station, Ph. 555. County Offices GRAY COUNTY OF. CT. HOUSE Auditor and Treasurer, Phone 105% Constable's Office, Phone 77 County Clerk, Phone 77. County Farm Agt, Hm. Demolish'., Phone 244 ..... County Judge, Phone 837 District Clerk, Phone 785 Justice of Peace, PI. No. 1, Ph. 77 Justice of Peace, No. 2, Phone 632 Sheriff* Office, Assessor, Phone 1047 Tax Collector, Phone 603 Sherman White, Phone 1238 ... •••'..,!., Florists CLAYTON FLORAL COMPANY 410 East Foster, Phone 80. Freight Truck Line —See Motor Freight Lines. Insurance M. P. DOWNS AGENCY Combs-Worley Bldff., Phone 336. Laundries -Cleaners YOUR LAUNDRY & DRY CLENRS 301-09— East Francis, Phone 675. Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT MACHINE CO. Barnes and Frederick Sts., Ph; 243 Newspapers PAMPA DAILY NEWS 322 Wejt Foster, Phone 666-667 Printing PAMPA DAIILY NEWS Phone 666 Schools Baker, East Tuke, Phone 931. High School, 123 W. Francis, Ph. 70 If (trace , Mann,. N, Banks. Ph. 934 Junior High, 126 W. Franck Ph. 851 Lamar, 301 Cuyler, Phone 9J7 Sam Houston, 5»00 N Frost, Ph. 1191 School Garage,- 706 N. Russel, P 1157 Roy McWMllen, City Hall. ph. 569 Supt. 'Pub. Sschls. 123 W. Fran. P 957 Woodrow Wilson, E. Browns, P. 644 Transfer & Storage PAMPA TRANSFER & STUE. CO, 500 West Brown, >hone 1025 State Bonded Warehouse. Welding 9tim4i*» & Ffc-iU'Hck Sts., Phoiw 213

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