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*% (* -, »> ' ^ > jftffi FAliPA DAtLV NEWS, Pattpa, TttU ...*. .a i* 4 I COI.WMMS and Advertising Rates Information j Ait want ids are strictly euh and «re-accepted over tbe shone with the feoSltlve tttidentandtne that the account it to b« paid when oar collector calls. PHONE TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous (id-taker will receive tout Want Ad, helping, you word it .All Bds for •.'Situation Wanted" and "Lost and Found.,are cash with order and will not be accepted over the telephone. ,^ ; •Ont-of-towa ndrertlslnz cash with order. _•.;. .-,• 'The Pampa Dally NEWS reserves the r!«ttt ito classify all Want Ads under -appropriate headings and to rc- vtoo OT I: withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. ,Not!i!« of any ctror must be telven in tftne for correction before second insertion. .Intease of any error or an omission in advertising of any nature The Daily NEWS Ihall not be held liable for damages ,S nrther than the amount received for such advertising. LOCAL RATE CARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER S, 1931 1 day, 2o a word: minimum SOc. 2 days, 4c a word; minimum SOc. Ic per word for each succeeding Issue after the first two issues. The Pampa Daily NEWS For Sale FOR SALE—Rat Terrier puppies. , Also one grown dog. From registered stock. 307 E. Browning. ' ' lp-64 FOR SALE—1934 DeLuxe Ford 2- l door sedan. Radio and heater. Phone 1076. ._• 3c-66 FpR~SALE—1935 Buick sedan with : trunk and 5 new casings: Small cash payment. Phone 326. ^ 3c-66 FOR SALE—STRONG POTTED •' PLANTS, large flowering petunias, verbenas, salvia, chrysanthemums, coleus and double hibiscus, Phone 457-W. 501 S. Faulkner.' • • 3p-66 FOR SALE—A good 10x12 shingle • and weather boarded one room house. Second hand windows and a door. Call at 441 Carr St. 2p-G5 FOR SALE—One acre tracts, lights, ' .water, gas. On pavement. Attractive prices and terms. W. D. Christopher,- agent. Room 5, Duncan ftldg. Phone 323. 3p-6G FOR SALE—Five room house. On i pavliig. Close to school. Write T. H. McDonald, 3413 Line, Amarlllo. !• '•'••'• 3p-66 FOR J3AJJE—Four room modern ' house 'to be mover!. W. D. Christopher. Room 5, Duncan Bldg. Phone 323. lp-64 FOR SALE—Two room house. Size ! 14x30. Also several extra lots. Phone 953-W. 3c-65 FOR SALE—Cheap. 2 size 28 Star ' drilling machines. These are 3500 ft. machines. Good as new. 1;block east of Five Points. D. H. Billiard. ; 4p-66 FOR SALE—General Electric refrigerator. Good condition. Priced very reasonable. Phone 486-R. •__ 3p-65 FOR SALE—30 squares of secondhand galvanized iron. Fox Rig & Lumber Go. 3c-65 FOR SALE—BUSINESS CHANCES: Down-town cafe, splendid business, $850. Another, $300. Well located service station, $250. Rooming house, $100, Tailor, shop, center Pampa, rfhother good business Chance. JOHN L. MIKESELL. Phone 166. 3c-65 FOR SALE—New General Electric, 4% cu. Ft. refrigerator. Originally sold for $149.50. Will sell for $89.00 cash. Used one month. Write box 67, Pampa Daily News. 4c-66 FOR SALE-rSave $50. Will sell $150 deposit on Plymouth or Chevrolet for $100. Phone Oden, 888. -. . ' 3c-65 FOR SALE-^-Fivc? 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. " • • 3c-64 FOR SALE—Furniture and household 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 LANP ,FOR SALE—320 acres good : wheat land, 17 miles northwest Spearman,. Texas, with 15 bushels crop on land. $5,000. Write E. M. Ljewts or apply Hughes Tourist camp, Spearman. 6p-67 FOR SALE—Cafe in good location. Best in town. 200 N. Cuyier. 6c-67 FOR SALE-rHome and income .Cheap by owner. Write box 12, cpre Pampa Daily News. '. , , • : 6C-66 FOR SALE—One 3-room and one 2-rpom house for sale or trade. Special rates on new and used furniture. Davis Trading Post. 624 S. Ouyler. 6p-66 FOB SALE—A real investment. One 3-karat diamond man's mounting for $175. Pampa Pawn Shop. 6c-66 For Sale FOB SALE—$185 Vega Banjo and fine case. Absolutely new $55. Pampa Pawn Shop. 6c-86 FOB SALE—One perfect blue white diamond ring..Cost $550 for salfe at $175.00. Pampa Pawn Shop.' 6c-66 FOB SALE—One .22 Savage sporter rifle. First class condition. $9. Pampe. Pawn Shop. 6c-66 FOB. SALE— Royaltypewriter. Guaranteed like new $30. Pampa Pawn Shop. 60-86 FORTS ALE— Frey hotel site. 75x46. Corher lot, on pavement. 4 2-roohi apartments In rear* at a bargain. Call Foxworth-Galbralth Lumber Company. - • 7p-66 FQB . SALE OB TRADE—Stucco toUrist camp, furnlshetft Clear. On paved highway. Good ^investment for bonus money. Reasonable. Or \Vhat have ybll 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. 1 Lovely 5-room house on E. Francis, near school, $2100. A new home In north part of city, hardwood floors, and built iris, 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 6-B. house. Insurance of all kinds. JOHN L. MIKESELL, Duncan Bldg. Phone 166 1C Mrs. Tom Arney will call at the Pampa Daily News, she will receive a. free ticket to see "Golden Arrow," showing at the La Nora theater, Friday or Saturday. FOB SALE—Portable electric Singer sewing machine. Good as new. $45. Pampa Pawn Shop. 117 South Cuyler St. 60-66 FOB SALE—Very reasonable. Four room modern house. 322 Bobcrta. 6C-65 Poultry BABY CHICKS Popular breeds, day old and started. Hatch off each Monday and Tuesday. DODD'S HATCHERY 1 Mile Southeast Pamp» Miscellaneous 1936 Plymouth going to Denver Saturday night or Sunday. Take passengers. Call 1137 : 2p-65 GOOD~~GRASS for stock. J.~A. Purvis. 6C-67 Pampa Dining Room 307 W. 'Foster Family Style Meals — 3Sc Plate Lunch l___ 30c Fried Chicken, Hot Biscuits SOc TURKISH BATHS—Magnetic message for rheumatism', kidney, acne, alcoholic poisons. Reducing. Miss King, Hotel King, 227-228. Amarillo. 6p-65 Washing^ Lubrication, Polishing and Waxing, Tire Repairing SINCLAIR SERVICE STATibN End ot West Foster Street PAUL V. CLIFFORD PHONE 112Z SPENCER 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 35'c. Phone 1444 for road service. 26c-66 For Better Service On Your RADIOS Call Johnson's Radio Service 118 East Francis Phone 606 Work Wanted WORK WANTED: Practical nurse •wants extra work. Five years-experience. Write box 55, Pampa Daily News. ' 3p-66> EXPERIENCED man wants yard work. Best of city references. Call for Sam W. Evans ut Mason camp. 6p-67 WORK WANTED—Lawn mowers to sharpen th'e -factory way. Exterminate red ai)ts. Do general landscaping. Work: guaranteed. Telephone 770 after 6 n..m. Fred Fehd- rick. 615 Ni Frost. - 6p-66 SEED Texas State Certified Seed Of All Kind^ for Better Crops Also Ordinary State Teste^ a|id Tagged Seed 'S FEED STORE For Rent FOB BENT—Five room furnished house. Close In. bargain for permanent tenant. Write box V. B., care.of Pampa Dally News. '•' • 3p-66 FOB BENT—Two room furnished house. Couple only. Phone 849-^. 6c-69 FOB BENT—Two room furnished house. Adults' only, inquire rear 851 W. Klngsmlll. . lp-64 FOB RENT—Foiir rooni house for summer. 436 N. Ballard. .Call tonight or early Friday morning. •-.•' lc-64 FOB RENT—Two room .furnished apartment. Bath. Oh pavement. SgSL-S. Cuyler. - Bc-69 FOB~BENT—Two roonrjufnished -'"house. Bills paid. $4.60 per tfeek. Harold Coffee. 813 E. Campbell. -- •-. ... .' lc-64 FOB RENT--Three room furnished apartment. Bills paid. 404 S. Cuyler. jSee_Mrs._A. E. Shaw. 2p-65 FOB BENT—Pour room furniihid apartment. Call at 616 N. Oray. 3c-66 FOB RENT—Furnished apartment. Bills paid. 221 E. Foster. 3c-66 FOB BENT—One room furnished apartment. Close Jn. Bills paid. Couple only. Apply 2l7 N. Glllisple. :, .•; 2p-64 FOB KENT-^Nlce .cool,bedroom at very attractive prices:.ttt Marie Hotel Why-not take advantage of our summer rates now. 307% West Foster. . ''•':. 7c-69 FOB BENT—Four room furnished apartment. Bills paid. Shed for car. 625 N. Bussell. • iSc-67 FOB RENT—-ThTee room furnished apartment. Newly papered.''Over Coca Cola plant. Phone 216. .' •'•'•' •'•• 3p-64 F.OR BENT—Two room .furnished apartment. Close in. Bills paid. 112 South Wynne. ••'•"'• 3c-64 FOB BENT—Three rooms, unfuf- nlshed. Modern. Bills paid. $20 per month. 815 S. Bussell. ' 3p-64 FOB RENT—Exceptionally nice bed-i room,. Private bath. Oarage. 921 N. Somervllle.'Phone 685. : -••= '•• ' 6c-66 FOB BENT—Three room furnished house. Bills paid. 535 S. Somer- vllle. 6c-66 FOB BENT—1 Vacancy .in Kelly apartments. Frigidaire, Bills paid. Apply Apt. No. 5. 26P-86 FOB BENT—Three .room furnished apartment. -Adults only. 508 N. Bussell. • 6c-64 FOB BENT—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 FQB BENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bath. On pavement. 525_S._Cuylci\_ iap-69 FOB~~BENT—Extra nice 2 room •••furnished cottage. Bills paid. Modern conveniences. Lewis Cottages. 411 S. Russell. 9p-64 Help Wanted HELP WANTED—Live -.wire man. Good proposition for reliable man. Easy 'work.! Call .at 108'/C> W.-'Foster. JC-64 WANTED—Lady cook. 514 West Foster. 3C-65 Wanted to Buy. WANTED TO BUY—Furnishings of well located rooming house in Pampn. Write box 65, Pnmpa pally News. j ^_^. 3p-66 WANTED TO BUY OR RENT— Small .grocery store in Pr near Pampii. Write box 70. Pampa baily News. .' 3p-66 WANTED—To buy good two-wheel trailer. Must be bargain. Phone 486-R. 3p-65 Automotive 1935 Standard 4-door Sedan $465 1034 IVtester Chev. Coach..$426 io33 Master Chev. Sedan ..$325 1932 Ford DeLuxe Tudor .$250 1933 Ford Delttxe Coupe .$235 1931 Chevrolet Sedan f 1*5 1930 Chevrolet .Sedan ....$150 idSO Idheyrolel Cddon W« 1930 Chevrolet Gdiijje $130 1929 Ford Coupe $75 CtTLBEBSON- .i --SMAlJtilNa * CHEVROLET COMPANY,- In* OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT If Mrs. Earl Walker will cajl at the Paittpa^Daily News, she will receive a free\tlcket to see "Golden Arrow," showing at the La Nora theater, Friday or Saturday. ?|Wr 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 yon select. Come In and look them them over. We have 65. Herd are some: ,1935 Ford Coupe 1934 Chevrolet Master Coupe ... 1934 Plymouth Sedan 1932 Plymouth Coach 1933 Plymouth Coupe 1935 Ford Pickup 1933 International Pickup 1934 Ford Coach 1932 Ford Coupe 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Ford Coupe , 1929 -Chevrolet Coupe '. 1931 Ford Coupe ? 285° $ " Off Qjjl 0 " °° . °° S|gC 102) Tom Rose (Ford) Sgauty FIRST loo LAplES,,tt>r halt shaping, 4oc by: ; Mr. wfilte. MU&U Beauty Qhoi». • 28C-IM x>w « Loans made i« a few mlnntes. P*yttcn»» hrrangea to Bttlt you. '••-". Flut N.iBtiil jloom i ; -j> : :.. ••':<.; Lost LOST—One hydraulic truck jack. Leave at Pampa News or Standard Food Markets for reward. . • - ' •• ' 3c-64 If , Mrs. Weldon .Wilson will call at the Pampa Daily .News, she will receive a free ticket to see "Golden Arrow," showing. at the La Nora theater, Friday or Saturday. Room and Board ROOM AND BOARD in private home. Phone 503-J. 515 N. Frost. 60-66 Sewing Wanted SEWING—Dressmaking and alterations by experienced dressmaker, Satisfaction guaranteed. Fair prices. See Grace Bird in new location. Malone Apartments, 112% W> Kingsmill, Room 8. 6c-69 Personal CARD READINGS. Past, present 'and future. 506 E, Craven. 6p-68 Aii Up-To-The-Mjnute Directory of BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Best In EVERY BUSINESS The Finest In . .Every,' ' '• PROFESSION Accountants J. R. nQBYi 413 Combs-Worley, B. 980 W, Of. 787 Bakeries PAMPA -BAKERY Fred Schaffner, 115 W Foster, Ph. 81 Boilers J. M. DECKING Bqilcr and Welding Works, Pampa,' Phone 292— Kel- Icrville, Phone 1610F13. Building Contractors . J. KING. ,.414 N. Sloan? f|lhonc 163 ; ' •• ' 760 RP Ph. lifts ., ph. mo N. Ward, Tax Collector, .Phone 603 Sherman White, Phone 1238 Florists CLAYTON FLORAL COMPANY 410 East Foster,' Phone 80. Freight Truck Line —See Motor Freight Lines. . CANARY SANDWICH SHQP 3 doors east of Rex theater 1 ,'' fli Churches , ' FIRST BAPUST CHURCH ( C. E. Lancaster, Pastor, I'hpno City Offices i'*''. GRAY COUNTY RELIEF BQ City Hall. ' ,"'»' National Employment Office, ' Phone 436. CITY OF PAMPA ,, . Bd. City Dvlmnt, City HI., Th. 3»4 City Health Dept., City', ~ " """ City Mgrs. Office, City,,] City Pump Station, -Ifl Phone 1. .••!"•:<'•• : Cy Wtr & Jaic pic. City HI. Ph ll?l Fire Station, 203 v Weat Foster, Ph. 60 ,PoJice Siatlon, Ph. 555. . County Off jces GRAY COUNTY OF; CT. HOUSE mill 'i'A'easurer, .Phoue 1059 jle's 'Off ice; J?n6ne 1? '' -e County -Farm 'Agt.,- Hm. Demonstr., •mone-;244i.- ' .- «"- 1 . . . ty: ^udge, Phoixe m ct Icieyh. 5l"li«ne ; 785 Justice pf Peace, PI. No. 1, Ph. 77 of PWU*, NQ. 9. Pboiie (i»S ' •• ' " • Suj>t. Public Instruction, Phone 1084 Tax Assessor, yhone 1047 M. P. DO\yNS AGENCY ' Combs-Worlcy Bldg., Phone 336. Laundries .Cleaners 301-09—East vprjinois,'- Phone ! 6?5. v ' " • . • .-:-; ~ f.:.'7v''- . --'I : .-.-. •'•••: Machine Shops ' . .. •~ arnes and Frederick Sts., Ph. 243 Newspapers PAMPA DAILY NEWS 3XZ Wejt Foster, Phone 666-667 . {Printing PAMPA DAHLY NEWS ' Phone 666 Schools Baker, East Tuke, Phone 931. High School, 123 W. Francis, Ph. 70 Horace Mann, N. Banks, Ph. 034 Junior High, }26 W. Francis, Ph. 851 L'amar, 301 Cuyler, Phone '957 S'am Houston, 900 N Frost, Ph. 1101 School Garage, 706 N. Russel, F 1157 Roy McMiilen, City Hall, Ph. 569 Supt. Pub. Ssehls. 123 W. Fran. P 957 VVoodrow Wilson, E. Browng, P. 614 Transfer & Storage PAMPA TRANSFER & STGE. CO ;500 WftA.jB<pK$|.. PhQRe ,10?5 State Bonded Warehouse. -Welding Sappli*>» JONKS-EVERE'lT MACHINE CO, Si, Frederick Sts., Phone 813 — P,er»onkt $5 to $50 We Be^nfre No Security We *bllcH bll field «rtd emtbon black • Workers. Paymebts atv ranged to «Wt yob. All deallnrl Hrlctly contldentlaL Loan* inkde ta * few Minutes. ••- - : -- . ; :; ' .-/ ' jy«w«»| Bate* PAMPA FINANCE co. ' A special ntt'ractlon on the stage at La Nora theater Friday and Sat- utday will be Tommy Gene Falrey, 5-year old movie actor, who plpys ,hfe accordion and ukelele and pings. Tommy Gene appeared in "Sage Brush Troubadour," film, starring Gene Autry which was shown here recently. He has., also acted with Joe Ev Brown, and is now under contract with Hal Roach to appear in''"Our Gang" comedies. Predict FDR to Get Nomination Acclamation WASHINGTON, June 18. (VP)—A prediction that the democrats would break a precedent pf 48 years standing by renominating President Roosevelt by acclamation took, its place today beside a republican forecast that the Landon ticket would win overwhelming,In November. •••-• Rep. Cannon (D-Mo.),,democratic convention,parliamentarian for the past 16 years, expressed the belief that the convention next, week at Philadelphia would name Mr. Roosevelt without the formality of a ballot—the first man so honored since Grover Cleveland in 1888. The prediction of a .sweeping republican victory came from- John D. M. Hamilton, national chairman and campaign manager, for Governor Alf M. -Landon. Arriving in New York for conferences on party finances, he said democratic' Chariman James A. Farley ."will have to do some picking to name six states that the democrats will carry." . ^p. •— lucky' Luciano fven 30 tp 50 Years in Prison NEW YORK, June 18. W)—Charles "Lucky" Luciano, described by Prosecutor Thomas ,E. Dewey ; as the head of a vice syndicate with a. $1.2,00.0,0,00 a year income, was sentenced today to 30 to 50 years' in prison, E\ght lieutenants convicted with Luciano on 62 counts of an ipdict- ment charging compulsory prostitution and four .who pleaded gu^ty also were sentenced by .SupreihS Court Justice Philip J. • Mcppok'. The coiivicted 1 men had faced a possible maximum sentence of, 1,240 years imprisonment. The yerdict was- returned June 7. . Luciano'was the first defendant to .face the TJu'dge for sthtenoipg following a':.'brief/'outline of the part each played in the prjerati.pns of the vice syndicjite, .•'•... A heavy jioljce guard was station ed both'inside and outside the courtroom. .,; •' - ' ' ?.?'•". ^ : -''':~- : ?r~-f'\f *-'£?• Islflpsti|&u •J,- >P; jL.'A-'.''- 1 '.'- ';£??*:*?'§•' DETROIT, June IB. (/!>)—AuthQr- je$ prMif*.d ,prpjecj;ipn .ted^y .to informants who have assisted ir rpunding up two .score suspected members of the Black legion, while they Investigated • the beating of a woman as a possible act of reprisal by the terrorists. The victim 'of the beating was Mrs. Dorothy Guthrie, 33, who told police two weeks ago that her Ijus- band, William H. Guthrie, printed at their home the. racial, religious arid anti-communistic literature the Black Legion circulated. Another -Black Legion informant, ^3mes .Stewart, of Ecprse .reguestec and received a police guard alter telling cf ^-mysterious visit by three strangers to his home during the early morning hours. ANTLERS FOR ALLRED DALLAS, June..18 WB-rrMrs. Clifton Bolton returned here from Maine jtp^ay .bringfn^ .a .p,a.l»v,pf Wfttjse lei's uiVd-ftWprth woods •moose'-hiuYt- er's call as gifts from Gov. Louis J Brann to Gov. James V. Alired, UNCERTAIN WHETHER Hfc?vwiL A®mt WASHING/rON, "JUne 18 W) — Sejrtata*, Carter Ql&sS of Virginia ] Speared lieaded t&itey fpr'tl : new pvSitfon of Influence-.f&ver the nation's rriPrtetary &»d; bahldhg policy almost: tin :lHe eve'of .ft dttiiocrStic cph-venUpn which wiU re-define -the Darty's attitude toward such ijUes- liphs. ' : '".'-: The sudden death yesterday of the veteran Senator Duncan tl. Fletcher of 'Flprlda, ehalririah of the Seriate iankihg and currency 'domrmtte'e, ilaced:aiass in line "for this chftir- ndhship, In s6m6 : w£ys • the htost mpoitaiit on qapitol Hill. It still was uncertain today whether Glass .Would Accept-the posltlbh. but Irt vie* 'of his life long: Interest in >ankltig ah^l 'fiscal affairs :rh'pst Pb- server's-belle veil that'he; wptild. > The expected increase in . his power addeid,interest tofecerit spec- ilbtlon as to whether he would jltihgfe into the cpuhclls of the democratic convention in Philadelphia next week determined to fight for pl&tform planks representing his 'lews on money and banking. Although he has emphasized that le will support President Roosevelt and the democratic ticket, he has lot hesitated to differ sharply. from' the New Deal in several respects. So marked 'was his Bissent at times ;ha't President Roosevelt once smil- ngly' dubbed him the "unreconstructed rebel." The'Virginian, who was offered thq post of secretary of the treasuri? at the beginning of the RobseveM administration and .turned .it down, has attacked especially the Now Deal monetary policies, which such wry observations as: "If you have any gold they'll j3Ut you In Jail." Silk-Stocking Murder of Girl Is Confessed SAN FRANCISCO, June 18 (fi>)~ Albert Walter Sr., 28-year-old New Yprker, was charged with the silk stocking murder of 24-year-old Blanche Cousins, former Idaho Palls, Idaho, girl who he said, had resisted his advances. Walter walked into police headquarters last night and told astonished officers: "My conscience bothers me—I've murdered a girl." He led the officers to an apartment in the fashionable Nob Hill district. They found the body of the girl In bed, a silk-stocking knotted ibout the throat, and tied to the aedpost. Police Inspectors George Engler and Prank Lucey and Deputy District Attorney Prank McMahon said Walter told them he "thought" he attacked the young woman after she lapsed into unconsciousness when he strangled her Tuesday night, They said he related: Walter met Miss Cousins on a bus between Salt Lake City and San Francisco. The . acquaintance was continued after they reached San Francisco. Tuesday night he had dinner at her apartment. They were seated on a couch after dinner. "She resisted me as she had done several times before," the officers quoted Walter. "I became incensed. I started to choke her. From then on I don't remember exact details." 10 to 1 "Edward ; Will Not Marry By Coronation LONDON, June ,18. (^—Lloyds' brokers pitted 10 to 1 Pdds with worried souvenir manufacturers today against the chance that King Edward will bring a bride to his -.coronation next May. The 'brokers were doing .a office business Insuring pottery and kjiickknack makers, who are beginning turn out .thousands of |Cqrpnatlpn souvenirs. The: tflRnu- ifacturers'want.the iiisurapcQ against [either a change in .trie .Souvenir de- 'signs or postponement of.the jevppt. If King-Edward married,' f,pr e*;ample, the irmgs, piap.ques and pther ifcrihkets' would require twp poi'traltjs •instead of one. _ • Attorney Cjau'de Williams and ;Mrs. .William's, of A,mai'iH6, were !ln Pampa today. Attorney WlJUams ,was here on business in district court. -..-:,-. ...y '- ..' - The ""' cover where, they would beccftflfe a real 'menace." ^ . .. ;• Marilyn • Adamite; :d«uSlitef ol Mr. "and Mrs. G. I). Att&ttile of Philips plattt, undej^reat -+' ton- slllectdmy at Pamfcia>Jart*tt hoftpi- this rndrhlng.'- CANDIDATE FQk GOVERNOR DELIVERS ADDRESS Proffering a hew ; method for speeding up old-age pension pay- mertts and sPUndlhg a ; plea for heavier taxes on natural resourced, F. W. Fischer of Tyler) candidate fPr governor, elided a busy campalgH day with ah open-air address east of the courthouse here last night. The candidate charged that sufficient money to pay old age pensions could not be raised under the system of the present administration. . ' . Fischer outlined his platform of four plahks as follows: 1. Immediate payment of $15 a month to all persons over 65 years of age. 2. Pay Increase for public school teachers. Removal,of all state ad valorem taxes from real property. 4 Transfer of two cents of • the present gasoline tax .to a levy oh pUrch&sers Of crude oil. Canyon, Tulla, PlalnvleWj Ploy- dada, and LUbbock-were 6n 'the candidate's itinerary for today. Fischer is making a 'swing through the ' state with a sound-equipped car. _ •' • Pqlice Action Against French PARIS, June 18 (/Pj—The French government today refused a personal request by Ambassador Jesse Isidor Straus of the United States for police action against strikers at the American hospital. Ambassador Straus 'asked that police evacuate striking assistants, scrubwomen, and other employes from the hospital at Neulily-Sur- Beine, declaring an occupational strike at the institution could not be tolerated. The strike wa.s regarded as endangering the care of 85 patients, most of therh Americans and 23 of whom are in a serious condition. The strikers demanded shorter hours. Hospital officials said the ambassador's request was refused on the grounds that police action might "cause trouble which might be serious." At the same time .the French cabinet decreed the dissolution of four rightist leagues, in an effort to.break "combat groups • and private militias." The action of the government was directed especially against the Croix de Feu, the national organization originated :by World war .veterans and commanded by Cpl. Francois de la Rocque. An official of the Oroix de Feu immediately announced the dissolution might "drive the leagues under Announcement* Tile Pafrlfe Oalif NE^fc is* ill* thorlzeo* to dhttburicfe the -fdllowlng candidacies subject to the action of the rJemocrstic -Primary, July Jffi, For Cotaiily Judfe: C. E. CARY (Rc-Electlon) J. M. DODSON SHERMAN WHITE For Representative 122nd District: EUGENE WORLEY (Re-Elcctlon) ' . For County Clerk: CHARLIE tHUt (Rc-ElectioH) For District rCIerk: FRANK HIt,L (Re-EIectf<rti) R. B. "RtJlPE" THOMPSON MIRIAM WILSON For Sheriff: EARL TALLEY (Re-Election) BUCK KOONCE J. I. DOWNS For Constable, Precinct 2: OTIS HENDRtX YOUNGER COCKRELL I. S. JAMESON EARL LEWIS For County Commissioner, Prct. 2i JOHN HAGGARD (Rc-Electloh) A. G. (PcW) POST LEWIS O. COX. For County Commissioner Fret. 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 (Kc-Elcctlon) MRS. G. c. WALSTAD For Tax Assesso'r-CollesCtor: F. E. LEECH (Re-Election) v For District Attorney: •• LEWIS -M. GOODRICH (Re-Elcction) CLIFFOR1) BRALY For Commissioner Precinct 1: ARLIE CARPENTER ' '(Rc-ElcctlonV ; JOHN R. WHITE For Justice of the Peace ' Fre'clnci 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) For Congressman, 18th District: JOHN R. MILLER (Democrat) Hutchlnson County NOTICE! EX-SERVICE MEN! If you are going to spend any of yoqr Bonus Money for an automobile why not let ^in ek- service man show you through one of the best; stocks of USED CARS in the Panhandle. Any car that we have can be purchased w.ejl worth the money. Every car in. condition for your immediate service and pleasure. You will find most any make, model ,and body typA; that you would want from 1928 model to 1986 models inclusive in our Used Car Stock. F.H.GRAHAM With TEX EVANS BUICK CO., Inc. 204 North Ballard Phone 124 makM Typewriter* »nd Other Office Machines Clean «d »nd • C«U JJMMJE TICP * t Phone BI| PAVEL E NORTH, EAST, 8QCTH OR Modern, . Convenient, ConifortabU Coach**! FARES ARE LOWEST IN WSTORYi , i • - * v. , . • .. .1 • 9- • I. Liberal Stop-Overt Allowed. «. Reductions on All ^iind Ttif Tickets, I. Fwrt and Close Coimect4oni. -'••' 4. Safe and Competept Priver*. US HEW 1 YOUR TRIP OR Agqnt. Will <?laiill7 -•--•' • I US South St. Phon* 8T1

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