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Pampa, Texas
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(THJB PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, T«MM Classified Advertising Rates Information . All want 8A.1 arc ntrictly eauh and «ro sacccted oter tlie Mibne with the jMMltlve underfltanding that the account jl»ito be p(dd ( -when, .our collector, calls. ' PHdNE YOUR WANT AD TO ».-' ~ 666 or 667 Our courteous nd-taker will receive jour Want Ad, hclpinz yon word It. ad* (or "Situation Wanted" and '.«y> Found are ca«h with order .will.not ba,accepted over th« tele- Cn.' ; • - :," . -- ', . ..• , , : . . : f- ,c.Oat-of*town advertising caMi vltb order. Pampa Daily NEWS reserves the Tight to classify all Want Ads • trtder appropriate* -headings and ,10 re; vlso or withhold from publication, any fcipy deemed objectionable. £ - Notice o£. any. error must be Riven .In time for ed<netlon be/ore second > insertion, 1.'• In case of any error or an omission ' In advertising of any nature The Dally ,; NEWS, shall, not, be held liable for idamages further than the amount re- fcelved for 8ueh>.Advertising. o- "' LOCAL KATE CARD ;-' EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 3, 1931 t'.day. 2q a word: minimum SOo. 2 dftys. 4o a word i minimum 60o. ; W Per,Word.for .each succeeding issue /after the llr«t two Uiu«. The Pampa Daily NEWS " Card of Thanks . ojp THANKS"" " We wish' 'to take this means of thonklng bur many friends for the beautiful floral offerings and the Ktnt^,, sympathy shown us during theXlllness-.nnd i death of our wife and- daughter. May -God bless each ana-'evatr one of you". • ••-••t'W. R. Edwards. . Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Morris. For Sale FOB SALE—Two room house. Size ;1 14x30. Also several extra lots. Phone 953-W. 3c-65 FpB SALE—Cheap. 2 size 28 Star "drilling machines. These are 3500 ft. machines. Good as new. 1'block efiist of Five Points. D. H. Hllliard. •'• 4p-6G jPOKSALEtT-'General Electric refrig- "erator. 1 Good condition. Priced 3p-65 very^reasonable; Phone 486-B. F<?B SALEr-Three room house. 'Double garage. 3 lots. Bargain for cash. Phone 739. lc-63 FOB SALE—30 squares of second' iand galvanized iron. Fox Rig & ! Lumber Co. 3c-65 FOB SALEr-BUSINESS CHANCES: ?1 i)6wn-town cafe," splendid business, $850. Another, $300. Well located service station, $250. Rooming house, $100. Tailor shop, center Pampa, Sfhother good business chance. JOHN L. MIKESELL. Phone 16S. : " ;v •' ' : 3c-65 _ General Electric, cu';. : Ft. refrigerator: Originally sold for $149.50. Will sell for $89.00 cksh. Used one month. Write box 6J, Pampa Dally News. _ 4c-66 FpB SALE=Save~$50. Will sell $J50 deposit, on Plymouth or Chev- r&let for $100. Phone Oden, 888, 30-65 FOB SALE— Four room house: oil "'Texas Davis loasc. Sec Wilson. • ' ' lp-63 _ SALEr^-Five room modern 'liouse on paved highway with four acort5,.bf, land,. $2,000. 4 room modern house," <31pge"ih; $1800. 4 room niod- erEjKou&e, $800,. 150/ acre-farm near 0raremore, Okla., $1500, $6pO- : down. W. ,T. Mollis, 122 N. Ballard.. Phoijp. j'478,- ". 3c-6^ FOR SALE— Furniture and- housB- ''"hoid goodi^. foii sale. Roorh. No. 3; r ith Bldg: Phone 1273. ' " 3p-64 _ , SALE— Three room house, ; 2 •'•Jots, for cash. 401 N. Christy. l?p-74 LAND FOB SALE—320 acres good -•''Wheat land, 17 miles northwest Spearman, Texas, with 15 bushels crop; on'land, $5,000, Write E. M.> l^^ii 1 "or apply- Hughef Tourist camp, Spearman. '' Jip-67 FOB SALE— Cafe in good location. ' Best in town. 200 N. Cuyler. ' ' 6c-67 SALE^Six room modern house" with 5-acres of land. $3,000; 4 room modern,' $850; 3- room modern, $$00; good -2 room house on paved Highway, $450. W. T. Hollis, 122 N. Billiard. Phone 1478. 3p-G3 For Sale FOB SALE—Home and income property. Cheap by owner. Write box 12, care Pampa Daily News. 60-66 FOB SALE—Cheap, extra large 2-room house and lot, across from school. A. L. Nichols. 639 S. Barnes. 3p-63 FOB SALE—one 3-room and one 2-room, hqusfc for sale or trade. Special rates on new and used furniture. Davis Trading Post. 624 S. Cuyler. 6p-66 FOB SALE—Nice 4-room house and lot. Will sell cheap. 520 N. Doyle Street. 3p-63 FOB SALE—A real investment. One 2-karat diamond man's mounting for $175. Pampa Pawn Shop. 6C-66 FOB SALE—$183 Vega Banjo and fine case. Absolutely new $55. Pampa Pawn Shop. 6c-66 FOB SALE-—One perfect blue white diamond ring. Cost $550 for sale at $175.00. Pampa Pawn. Shop. 6c-66 FOB SALE—One .22 Savage sporter rifle. First class condition. $9. Pampa Pawn Shop. ?°^ 6 FOB,, SALE— Boyal typewriter. Guaranteed like new $30. Pampa Pawn Shop. Gc-66 FOB SALTE—Prey hotel slte.'75x4o" Corner lot, on pavement. 4 2-room apartments. in rear, at a bargain. Call Foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Company; 7p-66 FOB,,..SALE . QB,, TBAJJErrStUcco tourist camp, furnished. Clear. On paved highway. Good:- investment for bonus money. -Reasonable, Or what have you to trade? Write box 1778, Pampn." 6c-66 INVEST,IN PAMPA A home is the best investment you can make. A payment down, let the rents do the rest. Here 4 are jusl, a few-for'.your consideration, Lovely 5-roqm house on E. Francis, 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-B. duplex now rented for $55.00 per.month price, $1100. 4-B stucco, corner lot, $800.00. Two B fully furnished, built ins, furniture and all $325.00. For rent, 4-B duplex and 5-R. house. Insurance of all kinds. JOHN L. MIKESELL, Duncan Blclg. Phone 160. FOR SALE—Portable electric Singer sewing machine. Good as new. $45. Pampa Pawn Shop. 117 South Cuyler St. 6c-66 FOB 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 FOB, SALE—Pointer pups, 2 mos, old. See 'at Sll'/i S. Cuyler. 6c-63 FOR -SALEr-Elght room house, double garage. On pavement, $1200.- $400, down. Balance like -rent. 2318 W. Alcock. 6p-63 Poultry BAJ^Y CHICKS Popular breeds, day old and started: Hatch off each Monday and" Tuesday, ' ' T Mile' Southeast Pamp» Rent WANTED .TO, .BENT—j^ce. 5,.or 6 room unfurnished house in good location.-Will consider .'leasing if place Is siitifactory. Write box 33. Pampa Daily" News. Or"Phone" 667. ; - ' -tfc-59 Wanted .Clevc- • lapd, Ohio, .Leaving • around 25th. Write;.MrsPM.* L; Brown, care of Pampa News. . 2p-63 Help Wanted WANTED—Lady cbok. 514 West 3C-65 HELP WANTED—jingle man for curb and bar room. Must be neat in appearance. Apply Tom's Place. East Hghway 33. lp-62 HELP WANTED— ' keeper. Phone 9032F3. --' •' '• : •'' -3C-61 SEE D Texas Sjtate Certified Seed Of All Kinds for Better Crops Also Ordinary State Tested and Tagged Seed ZEB'S FEED STORE Automotive Automotive NOTICE! EX-SERVICE MEN! If you are going to spend any of your Bonus Money for an automobile why not let an ex- service man show you through one of .the best stocks of USED CARS in the Panhandle, Any car that we have can be purchased well worth the money. Every car in condition for your immediate service and pleasure^ You will find most any make, model and body type that you would want from 1928 model to 1936 models inclusive in our UsediCar Stock. F. H. GRAHAM With TEX EVANS BUICK CO., Inc. 204 North Ballard Phone 124 Miscellaneous NOTICE— if you have -ft llfctle. cash and want to buy a home, it will pay you to see S^ H. Barrett, across from POstof flee. •>' lp*63 GOOD GRASS . fOr Purvis. . • 6C-67 Pampa Dining Room 307 W. Foster Family Style Meals 35c Plate Lunch 30c Fried Chicken, Hot Biscuits —: SOc TURKISH BATHB—Magnetic message for rheumatism, kidney, acne, alcoholic poisons. Reducing. Miss King, Hotel King, 227-228. Ama- Hllo. Gp-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! 1935 Standard 4-door Sedan ...i ..V 1934 Master Chcv. Coach,.$485 '•-19$$ Master Ch'cv^ Sedah . ,S325_ 1932 Ford DcLuxe Tudor .$250 1932 Ford DcLuxe Coup* .$235 1931 Chevrolet Sedan $175 1930 Chevrolet Sedan ....$150 1930 Chevrolet Coach $140 1930 Chevrolet Coupe $130 1929 Ford Coupe $ 75 CULBERSON- I,..-. .<,,.., I SMALLING frl A vil CHEVROLET 1* L. A IN] COMPANY. In«. Service Dept OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT 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. Phono 1444 for road service. 26c-66 For Better Service On Your RADIOS Call Johnson's Radio Service 112 East Francis Phone 606 Work Wanted EXPEBIENCED man wants yard • work". Best of city references. Call for Sam W. Evani; at Mason camp. 6p-67 WOBK WANTED—Lawn mowers to sharpen the fa'ctpry way. Exterminate red ants. Do general landscaping. Work guaranteed. Telephone 770 after 6;p. m. Fred Fendrick. 615 N. Frost. 6p-66 Beauty Barlors FIBST 100 LADIES, for hair shaping, 40c by Mr. White. Milady Beauty Shop. ' ' 26c-84 Washing, Lubrication, Polishing and Waxing, Tire Repairing SINCLAIR SERVICE STATflOR End of West'Foster Street PAUL V. CUFFORD PHONE 1122 Personal CABP READINGS. Past, present Used Car Buyers! On Monday, June 10th, 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 arc some: 1935 Ford Coupe 1934 Chevrolet Master Coupe ... 19.34 Plymouth Sedan 1933 Plymouth Coach 1933 Plymouth Coupe 1935; Ford Pickup 1933 International Pickup 1934, Ford Coach 1932 Ford Coupo .., 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Ford • Coupe 1929 Chevrolet Coupe 1931 Ford Coupo 5 485°° ^375°° 00 . $ 375 SjOC 00 85°° 50°° Toin Rose (Ford) Used Cars 1936 Plymouth Sedan ..:............$2.00 Discount, 1935 Ford Sedan 495 1935 Ford Coupe, 15,000 nil. hew tires... 480 1934 Chrysler Coupe 385 ^193* Ford • Sedan 3401933 Plymouth Sedan 295 ;1932 Ford V8 Coupe -—• Bruinmett's Will pay you\ cash for- ypur car. Lost !X3B BENT—-Exceptionally nice room. Private bath. Garage. 921 N. Somervllle. Phone. 685. . - ' 6c-66 LOST—One hydraulic ..truck Jack. Leave at Pam^a News or. Stand- ard'Food Markets for reward. 3e-64 Straye$ ; : STRAYED—Grey saddle hprse t 7 years old; weight about. 1150-Ibs Has'" fistula scar. Finder ple,{vse .notify- B. W,- B^iown, Briscoe; Tex Bewavd.'3p Wanted to B WANTED— To buy For Rent FOB BENT—One room furnished apartment. Close hi. Bllls^p&d. Couple only. Apply 217 N. Gillisple. 2p-64 FOR BENT—Nice cool bedroom at very attractive prices at Marie Hotel. Why not take advantage of our summer rates now. 3b7 1 /4'West Foster. 7c-6fl FOB RENT—Two room furnished house. AcjlUlts only. Apply at 216 Doyle. Across from Hilltop Grocery. D-W^Oary. FOB BErfT—Four, room furnished apartment. Bills- paid. Shed for :ar. 625.N. Bussell. 3c-64 FOB BENT—Three room furnished apartrhent. Newly papered. Over Coca Cola plant. Phone 279. 3p-84 FOB BENT—Two .room furnished apartment. Close in. Bills paid. 112 South Wynne. 2C-63 FOB BENT—Air conditioned bedroom. Mrs. Kartell, Phone 1076. 3C-64 FOB BENT—Three rooms, unfurnished. 'Modern. Bills paid. $20 per nonth. 815 S.. Bussell. 3p-64 FORK-BENT—Three room furnished hbuse.. Bills paid. 535 S. Somer- rtjfg. ••"' ' 6c-66 FOB-.BENT—Four room unfurnlsh- "ed,; house. 1 Wm. Flaherty. 1 mile ea^t; CiUes' Service booster station, ' FOB-BENT—1 Vacancy in Keuy apartments. Frlgldairc. Bills pai.d, Apply Apt. No. 6. 26p-8'6 FOB-BE^T—Three rpom furnished apartment. Adults only. 508 N. Bussell. 6c-64 FOR BENT—Free Maytag washers with 2 and 3 room cabins. Bills laid, and furnished.' $3.50 per week ind up. Newtbwn Cabins. 1300 So. Barnes. 26p-83 FOB BENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bath. On pavement. 525 S. Cuyler. ' 6p-63 FOB BENT—Extra nice 2 room furnished cottage. Bills paid. VIodern conveniences. Lewis Cottages. 411 S. BusselU 9p'-64 Room and Board BOOM AND BOARD in private home. Phone 503,-J." 515 N. Frost. 6c-66 BOABD AND BOOM—First class. On pavement. 121 N. "Warren, Phone 798-J. ' 3p-59 Sewing Wanted SEWING—Dressmaking and alterations by experienced dressmaker, Satisfaction guaranteed. Fair prices. See Grace Bird ,.in, .new location. Malone Apartments, 112M- W. Kingsmill, Boom 8. 3c-63 For Trade TO EXCHANGE 320 acres gpod 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-63 Loans For Your VACATION! No endorsers or security required. $5 to $50 Lowest Rites Loans made 7 : in a few minutes. Payments arranged to suit you. SALARY LOAN CO. L. B. WARREN, Mir. Pint National B.plr Bide. I. ' - Phont IDS MONt I VACATION Salary Loaiu — Personal L*Mif ' $5 to $50 , Wp, Require, NpSecnrttjr, 'We iollcljl oil field and cmrbon ^>)ack worker*. PaymeoU •»• ranged, to suit you. All itrictljr confidential Lqanf l»'» few minute*. - .- •; • *•• Lowest Rate* PAMPA FINANCE' CO; J. S. Starkey, Mffr. i09 W, S. Cuyler Phone 450 MAY DISCUSS DEBTS PABIS, June 17. (a 5 )— France may sphd a semiTof.ficial envoy to Washington to c(i'scuss currency stabilization and- war' debts, reports circulated, 'in the 'chamber of deputiei said,, to'flay, The reports declared Georges Bonnet, former minister of finance, might go to the Uuitec States soon to discuss French cur- lency problems with treasury of- ]Vfi;s. B. C. Low is visiting in Chi cagb .this week;. Political, Announcements, Tiie Pampa Daily NEWS is au- ;horized to announce the following iandjdacies the action of ;he Democratic Prlmaryi July 25. Fo'r Conhtjr Jildge: C. E. CARY (Re-Election) J. Wf. DODSON SHERMAN WHITE or Representative 122nd, District: itlfeENti WdttfcfcY -' ' "'- ' (lie-Election) 'or County Clerk: CHARLIE THU,T (, •or District. Clerk:. FRANK HILL (Rc-ElecUon) R. B. "RUFE" THOMPSON MIRIAM WILSON For Sheriff! EARL TALLER (He-Election) BUCK KOONG'E J. I. DOWNS For Constable, Precinct 2: OTIS HENDRIX. YOUNGER COCKRELL I. S. JAMESON EARL LEWIS For County Commissioner. Prct. 2: JOHN 1LVGGARD (Rc-Electlon) A. G. (Pete). POST LEWIS O. COX. For,County Commissioner Prcl. 3: THOS. O. ktRB* (Re-Election). EAHL^OIINSON 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 AsscssoivColleclor: F. E; LEECH : (He-Election) Fpr., District Attorney: LEWIS Mi GOODRICH (He-Election) CLIFFOKD BRALY For Commissioner.Precinct 1: ARLIE CARPENTER (Re.-EIeclion). JOHN R. WHITE Far 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, PI. 2: E. F. YOUNG ' (Re-Election) The Rev. Gerald Smith declared at diiicagrt that. ' stiate-the wealth^ TOwnsend afld Ctfuthlin forces as well 'as thctee bt TRep. Leriift'e (R'-Ni>J had.formed.a'loose working agreement." to swing "twenty million' votes" against "Farleylsm, 'dictatorship ROOSEVELT, FARLEY W POWWOWrow. TUESDAY WASHINGTON, June 17 The democratic high command plunged today into final preparations tor. the, party's itatMtaal convention in Philadelphia hejit week, while the republicans turned to the task of raising money for the Landon-Knox drive. The giant democratic pow-wpw In the Quaker ity beginning"June 23 was the .subject.of..,.a conference yesterday between President Roosevelt Bnd'.Natldnal Chalftnan JaineS Farley. Mf.' Roosevelt, declining any comment about the new"/ republican platform, told reporters thai; he has no plans to 'leave Washington until a week fom .Saturday, when he will go to Phlladel- phia to accept renominatlon In" a big.; outdoor-- fete.. ' Tppeka, Kansas, was the scene of a huddle between. Governor Alt M. London and Colonel Frank. Knox of•• Chicago, the team whicb yill try to unseat the New Deal. In the governor's study they talked over jjftans to befehY their big push "right, now." •••.-.Later. John D,.M. Hamilton, new republican national chairman, announced the, party's new executive committee—"the/youngest personnel we've ever had by far 1 '—and then made ready to , fly to New York today to discuss money raising. The new; party, treasurer is C. B. Gpod- speed, retired steel executive" of Chicago. Other political developments; Unofficial returns from Maine's primary contests for the governpr- ship and seats in the national house ' of representatives indicated that four candidates; endorsed either by/Father Charles E, Coughlin of Towhsehd' Old'" Age Pension leaders had been defeated, while two or so approved were nominated. One of the, apparently defeated candidates sought' a recount. A, tumultuous democratic state convention In Indianapolis nomin- ated .Lieutenant Governor $&. Clifford Townserid for governor. He was supported by GoVernofe Paul ' ^ Republican, leaders in Minnesota were jubHahl; dVer " Monday's primaries, declaring on the basis of ah Incomplete" tabulation' that they would ipoll about 26,000 more votes than the now dominant, farraer.- lab'pr party. Governor' Floyd. B. Olson won the farrrierJabp^ nbjnin- ation for the senate.. Trie republl- can nomination went to repifeSfint- ative CttrtetlfUison'; With -:. returns still -incprnplete, Joseph Wolf; iiA- (tlbhal 'dempcraltlq c6tnmit*fee ; man, de'cfared that nis candidate; Patrick Delaney, had won ttierdento- cratlc nomination! In New York, Father Charles B. Coughlln talked of. a possibility that an' unidentified man would, run for president ad the .nominee of a third party. He said the country would know by the end . of this week whether this man would be considered ' for support by the National Union for Social Justice. Idaho friends 'of Senator . Borah, defeated for the republlcah presidential nomination, started cirulatlng: petitions for his renomlna- tipn to the senate. Borah, In Washington did not comment. Gooch to Die op Gallows Friday McALESTER, Okla., June 17 (AP)— Arthur Gooch,. first kidnaper condemned to death under, the Lindbergh law, placed his- hope for presidential clemency today in a last-minute appeal to Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Early Friday he is scheduled to be taken to the gallows. ' The former Okmulgee . butcher boy wrote a three page air mail letter to the first lady ' yesterday, asking her to intercede with the president in his behalf. President Roosevelt failed to act on a previous plea. In his letter, the condemned man gave his version of the events leading up to the abduction" of two Texas officers he took across the state line Into Oklahoma. An Un-To-The-Minute Directocy oj BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Best In EVERY BUSINESS The; Finest In Every PROFESSION For Congressman, 18th District: JOHN B. MILLER (Democrat) Hutchinson County ' Demo Convention NEW.YQBIC, June. 17, night sessions, plus the notification ceremonies, as well - as many v day sessjons, comprise, the. br.oadp.apji schedule as already ' arranged "for ithc. .democratic national conyenjtipf) as' Philadelphia next' week. Like the . . be transmissions. 'oh 'an all-hetwbrk' basts', Air starting times, as %?,& up, are/to; run about l th&"%ay: Tuesday-^U"a, in; QSBP-, opening sessi6ii;''8 'p. in., 'keynote '-speech'.'" "WedJie.sday^-11 a. m. second < day session; 8 p. m., address of permanent chairman.; Thursday— 11 a. m. and 6:,30 p. m,, .committee, reports, "including, plat form, i Frid.ay— 11 a, m. and 6:30 'P.,m., nominations. • Saturday— 7- p. m, notification ceremonies.. This schedule may be changed somewhat; to meet actual . developments. TQ OPEN CAMPAIGN J§tCANAv " Jun'e_" if- '(/pj ris, 'sCtjieppardVof Tpxarkans, senior United'. Stages senator 'from,. Texas will'' open 'Hlg* cainpaign .tor're-Telep- tion in Corsica'na, Saturday,' July 4, local officials were] advised b: Sqnator, Sl)|epp4rcj following a', recent invitation extended him. - — - . ^T... — — JEWISH LEADER KILLED , BEBLIN, June. 17,— (Jewish Tolqj graphic' Agency}— Dr. Julius 'Brod nitz, 70,, preside, nt,, of, the Centra' Union of Jews" in' Germany, diec tpday. His death was the. result o; injuries received in 'an automobile accident. and future. 506'•£. Craven. tvajler, Must be bavsaUi George Washington Je*p ByE.C.SEEGAR LICK L\KE r- Vll GO OP TO QUVE'S WOUSE - 60T- B'OT- 00T- BOT- BOT TVAE JEEP / ON. DOKJ THE NEV6RU6S VQU'D LOSE ). N0TICE! € JEEP PEVE V LOStH\S FIGHT Accountants j. R. ROBY 41.2 Combs-Worley, R. 980 W, Of. 787 Bakeries PAWPA BAKERY Fred Schaffhcr, 115 W Foster, Ph. 81 Boilers J. M. DEERING Boiler and Wplding Works, Pampa, Phone 892— (tel- 1610F13. Building Contractors J, KING. 414 ;N., Sloan, Phone 163 " CANARY SANDWICH SHOP 3 doors east of Rex theater, Ph 760 Churches FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH C. E. Lancaster. Pastor, Phono, 526. City Offices GRAY COUNTY RELIEF BOARD CHy Hall. National Employment Office, Phone 436. CITY'OF PAMPA 84. City Dvlmnt, City HI., Ph. 384 City Health Dept., City HI., Ph. 1183 Pity, Mfrs; Office, City HX, "Pjji. 1180 City PWTO St»Mpi?»"" 700; N- V(**$> \ -'PJione,'!^ •'•"• "•"' ' Cyiwtr & Tax Ofc. City HI. Pl», 1181 Fire Station,, 203 West Foster, Ph. 60 Police Station, Ph. 555. County Of f ices GRAY COUNTY OF, CT. H(^ Auditor and. Treasurer, Phone Constable's' Office, Phone 77 ' Cpiihty Clerk, Phpn« 77. Coiinty Farm, Ag(., Hm. DemQjjstr., Phone 244.' Judge, Phone 837 Clerk, Phone 785 i of, Peace,, Pjl.. No,. 1, PJh 77 ! of Peace, No. .-»,• PJ»oM 632 ^e|litjt,^QMi<i^ Plione 245. SupjL Public Instruction, Phone 1084 Tax Assessor, PtoOjie 1047 Tax Collector,. Phone 603 Sherman White,. Phone 1238 Florists CLAYTON FLORAL; COMPANY 410 East Foster, Phone 80. Freight Truck Line —Sec Motor Freight Lines. Insurance ~ i M. P. DOWNS' AGENCY Combs-Worlcy Bldg., Phone 336. Laundries - Cleaner;* ' YOUR LAUNDRY & DRY: CLENRS 301-09—East Francis, Phone 675. Machine Shop* JONES-EVERETT MACHINE CO. Barnes and Frederick Sis:,"PH. 243 Newspapers PAMPA DAILY.NEWS 322 West Foster, Phone 666-687 Printing PAMPA DAIILY NEWS Phone 666 Schools Baker, East Tiike, Phone 931. High School, 123 \V. Francis, Ph. 70 Horace Mann, N. Banks, Ph. 934 Junior High, 126 W. Francis, Ph. 851 Lamar, 301 Cuyler, Phone 957 S»m Houston, 900 N Frost, Ph. 1191 School Garage, 706 N. Russol, P 1157 Roy McM'Hen, City Hall, Ph. 569 Supt. Pub. Sschls. 123 W.'Fran. P 957 Woodrow Wilson, E. Brown^ 'P. 614 Transfer & Storage PAMPA TRANSFER & STGE. CO. 500 West Brown, Phone 1025* State Bonded Warehouse. Welding Supplies JONES-EVERETT MACHINE CO. Barnes & Frederick Sts., Phone 243 I BUS TRAVKL IS BEST sopiH on Modern, Conyenient, Comf orUbU Cbcdiatl FARES ARE LOWEST IN HISTORY! . Ubenl . Beduction* on, I. Fwt and Clo^ ConnMiUon*. »nd LET US HELP PLAN YOUR TRIP OR VACATION NOW. A»ent. Will Gladly Furniih PtUil 115 South Ruwll St. Phoo«871

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