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PAGE SIX {THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, P«ni>i, f«**• MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 22, 1986* Classified Advertising Rates Information AH *»nt ads are strictly cash and are accepted over the phone with the positive understanding that the account Is ti> be paid when our collector calls. PHONE YOUIl WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want Ad, helping you vrord it. All ads for "Situation Wanted" and "Lost and Found arc cash with order and will not be accepted over the telephone. Out-of-town advertising cash with order. The Parana Daily NEWS reserves Mic right to classify all Want Add under'appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. Notice of any error must be Riven In time for correction before second insertion. In case of any error or an omission in advertisinR of any nature Tho 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—12x28 2-room box cathouse. Built-in cabinet, sink Cheap. A. Hailey. Phillips North plant. 3p-69 FOR SALE—$50.00 buys a young jersey cow, just fresh. May be seen 2Vi miles west of Kingsmill, across from Texhoma Co. Gp-72 ARE YOU HAPPY? Investment in a home is not only profitable in dollars but also lasting independence, satisfaction and joy to the entire family. Make your family secure and happy. One of these .sweet buys may do the work. 3 R. modern, E. Francis, paving, $1275. 5 R. modern and 3 R. 50ft. lot near paving, $1275. 6 R. modern duplex income and home $1100. 5 R. modern $800. 4 R. modern stucco, corner lot, near paving, $700. Dandy 2 large rooms, near school, $350, another, $300. House, to move, $225. BUSINESS CHANCES. Four good buys, down town money making cafes complete. $950, $850, $700, and $300. Service station on highway, in Pampa, $250. Small hotel $100. JOHN L. MIKESELL, Duncan Bldg Phone 166. FOR SALE—Three female wirehaired terrier puppies; well marked and built. $10 each. 1613 Jackson Street. Amarillo, Texas. 3c-68 FOR SALE—Stock of service station merchandise at invoice, buyer to operate station. Leased to major company. Station brick, large driveway, hydraulic lift, well located. Write P. O. Box 1421, Pampa. 2p-67 FOR SALE—Special prices on Avon products all this week. Mrs. Lellis Tanner, 307 E. Kingsmill, Phone 202-J, after 6:30 p. m. 3p-68 FOR SALE— International 15-30 tractor. Good condition. Frank Ferguson. Box 532, LeFors. 2p-67 FOR SALE—Player piano. BargauT. See Henry Thut. 1019 Christine or phone 818. 3c-68 FOR SALE—Grocery store. Doing excellent business. Phone 640 or see N. H. Simmons at 940 South Barnes. 3p-G7 FOR SALE—Market equipment for sale with.Hussmann display counter, Frigidaire equipment. All in A-l condition. 940 S. Barnes. N. H. Simmons. 3p-67 FOR SALE—New 10-volume modern encyclopedia, revision service. Bargain, terms. Call 503-W after 5 p. m. 3c-G7 FOR SALE—Three room house, ga- (' rage, 68-foot lot. Also, vacant lots near school. 601 S. Barnes. 4p-68 FOR SALE OR LEASE—DAIRY. Will sell buildings and equipment. Will sell or lease cows. Route clear- Ing $15 per day. Reason for selling, other business. For full information, see Dr. W. M. Long, .407M: N. Main St., Borger, Texas. 6c-70 FOR SALE—Cafe in good location. Best in town. 200 N. Cuylcr. Gc-67 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 Wanted to Buy WANTED TO BUY— Furnishings of well located rooming house in Pampa. Write box 65, Pampa Daily News. _ 3p-66 WANTED TO BUY OR Small grocery store in or near Pampa, Write box 70. Pampa Daily News. 3p-66 Miscellaneous GOOD GRASS Purvis. for stock. J. A. 6c-67 WANTED—To buy good two-wheel trailer. Must be bargain. Pho,ue 486-R. 3p-65 Lost LOST— Near Kingsmill, Sunday night, one white kid glove. Finder please phone 651-M. _ lp-67 _ n Gamer No. 87 and Lewis No. 8, Texas company wells, Hutchinson county, off a truck, one pedestal sheve block, branded T. T. C. O. on each side. Finder please notify Texas company or H. O. CoS'trell, Box 91, or telephone 732, Papnpa, lp-66 Parlors LADIES FOR i?.IB§9NAMTY HAIR OUT, 40c, seeMr, white at Mllday Beauty ghop. Phone 4Q6. 26c-84 Pampa Dining Room 307 W. Foster Family Style Meals __ 35c Plate Lunch 30c Fried Chicken, Hot Biscuits SOc Washing, Lubrication, Polishing and Waxing, Tire Repairing SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION End of West Foster Street PAUL V. CLIFFORD PHONE 1122 SPENCER individually designed garments. Mrs. Tom Bliss. Phone 991. 26p-79 If Mrs. Carroll Montgomery will call at the Pampa Daily News, she will receive a free ticket to see Joe E. Brown in "Sons O' Guns" at the La Nora theater Monday or Tuesday. For Better Service On Your RADIOS Call Johnson's Radio Service 113 East Francis Phone GOG Personal FREE—Stomach ulcers, gas pains, indigestion, relieved quick. Get free sample doctor's prescription Udpa, at City Drug Store. 3p-68 For Remt FOR RENT—Three room unfurnished house. 523 S. Nelson. lp-67 FOR RENT— Two room modern furnished house. New furniture. Inner-spring mattress. Adults only. 3 doors south Rex hotel. South Russell. __ lp-67 FOR RENT— On» room apartment. For couple. Bath. 803 W. Foster. Phone 1369-W. 3c-C9 FOR RENT— Three roonTfumishid house. Bills paid. 535 S. Somer- villc. Gc-72 FOR~RENT^Nice cocl three~rbom furnished apartment. Refrigerator. Bills paid. On pavement. 712 W^FrruicLs. _ lp-67 ~" ~ Automotive — Two room~fiirnislieri house and garage, if desired. 403 N. Somerville. lc-67 FOR RENT— Two room furnislied house. Bills paid. Inquire at Hamrick's Saw Shop. 1000 S. Barnes, ^i_ block east. lp-G7 apartment, in modern hcme. Call at 3rd house south Shell camp off Amarillo highway. 3c-GO FOR RENT— Three room house? 41 3 N. Roberta. Tailey addition. $10 per month. ____ _ 3p-G9 FOR RENT— 3 Tobm" newly "decorated well furnished apartment. Nice and neat. May be seen at 200 N. Ward_ or call_ 138. 3c-G9 FOR RENT— - ern apartment. Aaults only. 117 S. Wynne. __ 3c-G9 FOR RENT— 1 1-room furnislied apartment; 2-rocm furnislied apartment. Bills paid. 1000 E. Browning. 3 c -68 FOR RENT—Nice front bedroom, adjoining bath, with garage. Phone 905-R or 1145. 6c-71 FOR RENT—Two room iinfurnisi> ed house. Call at 627 N. Banks. 3p-68 FOR RENT—Vacancies for 3~ai"304 _East Foster. Phono 402-J. 2p-67 Fever Therapy Department Artificial fever for treatment of: Rheumatism Gonorrhea—acu'.e and chronic Pelvic Inflammations Prostatic Inflammation Colitis High Blood Uressure Neuritis and Neuralgia Dr. W. A. Seydler Combs 'Worley Building If Mrs. Odus Mitchell will call at the Pampa Daily News, she will receive a free ticket to see Joe E. Brown in "Sons O' Guns" at the La Nora theater Monday or Tuesday. CARD READINGS. Past, present and future. 50G E. Craven. Gp-68 Loans For Your VACATiqN! No endorsers or security required. $5 to $50 Ijowest Ratca Loans made in a few minutes. Payments arranged to suit you. SALARY LOAN CO. J,. n. WAUREN, Her. Flint National Bank Bide. Room 3 Phone 803 FOR VACATION Salary Loans — Personal Loam $5 to $50 We Require No Security We solicit oil field and carbon black workers. Payments arranged to suit you. All dealings strictly confidential. Loana made in a few minutes. Lowest Rates PAMPA FINANCE CO. J. S. Starkey, Mgr. 109 !4 S. Cuyler Phone 450 Work Wanted_ EXPERIENCED man wants yard work. Best of city references. Call for Sam W. Evans at Mason camp. 6p-67 Work Wanted WANTED—Young lady wants stenographic, bookkeeping or secre- :arial position. Graduate of Draughan's Business college. Competent and experienced. Write box 60, Pam- ia Daily News or call 667. 2p-67 Sewing Wanted SEWING—Dressmaking and alterations by experienced dressmaker, Satisfaction guaranteed. Pair prices. See Grace Bird in new location. Malone Apartments, 112'^ W. Kingsmill, Room 8. 6c-69 For Trade FOR TRADE—Nice building site to trade for car. W. D. Christopher. Room 5, Duncan Bldg. Phone 323. lp-66 FOR TRADE—A light car for carpenter work. $65.00. Hamrick's Saw Shop.' 1000 S. Barnes 'mid "%' block east. lp-66 . 3 blocks west of Hilltop Grocery. On Boi-Rer highway and one block north. 319 N. Ryder. 6c-71 FOR RENT—Clean rooms. $3 pel- week. 500 N. Frost Virginia Hotel. 12p-7Y FOR RENT—Two room unfurnished house. Phone 985 or call at 607 E._Brunow L _ 3c-67 FOR RENT—Five room modern house, garage, unfurnished. No children under 12. Newly papered. See Owl Drug Stove. Near Woodrow Wilson school. 3p-67 FOR RENT—Four room modern house. Garage. Unfurnished $30.00. Give references. Write Box 36, Pampa News. 3c-67 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bath, On pavement. 525^ a_Cuyler. 6C-69 FOR RENT— NiciTcool bedroom at very attractive prices at Marie Hotel. Why not take advantage of our summer rates now. 307^ West Foster. 7c-69 FOR~~RENT—Four room furnished apartment. Bills paid. Shed for car. 625 N. Russell. 3c-67 FORTRENT— l Vacancy in Kelly apartments. Frigidaire. Bills paid. Apply Apt. No. 5. 26P-86 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. 12p-69 Help Wanted WANTED—Experienced housework. Call 353. girl for lc-67 HELP WANTED—Experienced, capable woman for housework and to assist in care of baby. Must be neat Inquire 310 N. West street. USED CAR VALUES! 193.1 Std. Chcv. Coach S47!5 1934 Tord DcLtixc Fordor S425 193.H Chevrolet Sedan J325 1932 Ford Coach S265 1931 Chevroict Coach S200 1932 Ford V-8 Coupe $225 19.TO Chevrolet Sedan $175 1929 Ford Coupe 885 1!>Z9 Ford Tmlor ?100 1931 Chevrolet Truck $325 CUTBERSON- SMALL1NG CHEVROLET COMPANY. In». Service Dept. OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT USED CARS 193« Four Door Sedans . . . (Discount) 1034 Ford V-8 Coach .. .. 1933 Chevrolet Coupe 5 225 1933 Plymouth Coupe 1934 Plymouth Sedan 375 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1935 Ford V-8 Coupe ... 1935 Ford V-8 Pickup .. 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 5 425 1929 International Truck 5 150 1929 Ford Sedan ... 1934 Chevrolet Coupe $ S75 1932 Plymouth Coach Tom Rose (Ford) "Wanted WANTED—Two ladies wish transportation tp Oklahoma City. Inquire. 418 S. Ccyler St. lp-6 WANTED—Furnished garage apartment. Bills paid. Write P. O. box 837, or phone 838. WANTED—400 acres of wheat cut. Must have good outfit. Phone 238. Box 476. 6c-70 WANTED—Good experienced lady cook, Love's Cafe. 514 W. Foster. 3c-67 Poultry BABY CHICKS Popular breeds, day old and started. Hatch off each Monday and Tuesday. DODD'S HATCHERY 1 Mile Southeast Pamp» Room and Board ROOM AND BOARD in private home. Phone 503-J. 515 -N. Frost. 6c-66 Directory of The Best In EVERY BUSINESS The Finest In Every PROFESSION Accountants J. R. ROBY 413 Combs-Worley, R. 980 W, Of. 787 Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred Schaffncr, 115 W Foster, Ph. 81 Boilers J. M. DEERING Boiler and Welding Works, Pampa, Phone 292—Kcl- lerville, Phone 1610F13. Building Contractors J. KING. 414 N. Sloan, Phone Ki3 Cafes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP doors east of Rex theater, Ph 760 Churches TOST BAPTIST CHURCH 7. E. Lancaster, Pastor, Phone 526. City Offices JKAY COUNTY RELIEF BOARD Mty Hall. National Employment Office, Phone 436. ITY OF PAMPA Bd. City Dvlmnt, City HI., Ph. 384 Oity Health Dept., City III., Ph. 1183 }ity Mgrs. Office, City HI., Ph. 1180 Jity Pump Station, 700 N. Ward, Phone 1. Cy Wtr & Tax Ofc. City III. Ph 1181 Fire Station. 203 West Foster, Ph. 60 Police Station, Ph. 555. County Offices RAY COUNTY OF. CT. HOUSE Auditor and Treasurer, Phone 1052 Constable's Office, Phone 77 ,'ounty Clerk, Phone 77. bounty Farm Agt., Hm. Demonstr., Phone 244. bounty Judge, Phone 837 District Clerk, Phone 785 Fustice of Peace, PI. No. 1, Ph. 77 Justice of Peace, No. 2, Phone 632 Sheriff's Officp, Phone 245. Supt. Public Instruction, "Phone 1081 Tux Assessor, Phone 1017 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 M. P. DOWNS AGENCY Combs-Worley Bldg., Phone 33G. Laundries - Cleaners YOUR LAUNDRY & DRY CLENRS 3(11-09—East Francis, Phone 675. Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT MACHINE CO. Burncs and Frederick Sts., Ph, 243 Newspapers PAMPA DAILY NEWS 322 West Foster, Phone 666-667 Printing PAMPA DAIILY NEWS Phone 666 Schools Baker, East Tukc, Phone 931. High School, 123 W. Francis, Ph. 70 Horace Mann, N. Banks, Ph. 934 Junior High, 126 W. Francis, Ph. 851 Lamar, 301 Cuyler, Phone 857 Sam Houston, 900 N Frost, Ph. 1191 School Garage, 706 N. Russel, P 1157 Roy McMUlen, City Hall, Ph. 569 Supt. Pub. Sschls. 123 W. Fran. P 957 Woodrow Wilson, E. Browng, P. 644 Transfer & Storage PAMPA TRANSFER & STGE. CO. 500 West Brown, Phone 1025 State Bonded Warehouse. Welding Supplies JONES-EVERETT MACHINE CO. Barnes & Frederick Sib., Phone 213 Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE No. 270 GUARDIANSHIP OF WALTER MERTEN, JR., A MINOR IN THE COUNTY COURT OF GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN WALTER MERTEN, JR., A MINOR, OR HIS ESTATE: NOTICE is hereby given that on the 22nd day of June, 1936, the undersigned, Abbie E. Mertm, Guardian of the Estate of Walter Merten, Jr., a minor, filed in the County Court of Gray County, Texas, an application for authority to execute in behalf of said Waller Merten, Jr., and his estate, to deliver to Phillips Petroleum Company, an oil, gas, and other mineral lease covering an undivided one thirty-second (1-32) interest In and to the following described land situated in Gray County, Texas, lo-wlt: All of the Southeast Quarter (SE'i) of Secticn No. 56, in Block No. 25, of the H. & G. N. Ry. Co. Surveys; said Interest in said land belonging to the estate of said Walter Merten, Jr., and said lease to be foi a term of five years from its date, and as long thereafter as oil, gas, or other mineral is produced from said land. Said application will be heard by said court on the 30th day of June, 1936, at 10 o'clock A. M., in open court, in the county court room of the courthouse of Gray County, Texas, at Pampa, Texas. Witness my hand, this 22nd day of June, 1936. Abbie E. Merten, Guardian of the Estate of Walter Merten, Jr., a minor. June 22 Fights Dot Career of Lemke If Mrs. John Hessey will call at the Pampa Daily News, she will receive a free ticket to see Joe E. Brown in "Sons O' Guns" at the La Nora theater Monday or Tuesday. Loses to Riggs CHICAGO, June 22 (APJ—The far west held a secure grip on national clay courts tennis honors today. Robert Riggs of Los Angeles, national junior champion, captured the clay courts singles title yesterday in a smashing, straight set victory over the odds-on favorite, Frankie Parker of Milwaukee, the nation's No. 7 ranking star and seeded first for the tourney. The scores were 6-1, 6-4, 6-4. In doubles, Riggs paired with Wayne Sabin of Hollywood to win the title from John McDiarmid of Chicago and Eugene McCauliffe of New York, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4, 7-5. Riggs, in beating Parker, was better than his well-known opponent in all phases of the game. He used a 'soft" game effectively and in the final set, with Parker ahead, 5-3, won the title by taking the final four games. Riggs, seeded sixth, with graduated from high school only this year and has played the game but three years. Parker was runner-up last season and champion in 1933. (Hy The Associated Prras) Wally Berg'er, Bees—His homer with one on provided winning runs against Reds. Chubby Dean, Athletics—Had two hits in one inning as pinch hitter in ll-!i victory over White Sox. Arky Vaughun, Pirates—Hit two homers in 7-6 win over Phillies. W;cs Ferrell, Red Sox and Roy Bell, Browns — Ferrell limited Browns to two hits in winning opener of doubleheader, while Bell with three hits, one a homer, led way to victory in nightcap. Denny Galehouse, Indians — Pitched nine-hit ball against Senators in first major league start. Curt Davis, Cubs, and Van Mun:o, Dodgers — Former's five-hit hurling won .doubleheader opener and latter's eight hit performance took nightcap. Travis Jackson, Giants—Hit homer wjth two on in 6-4 win over 'ardinals. .Texas Ranger Polo Team To Make Tour of Europe LONDON, June 20, (If)— With two coveted trophies already tucked away, Charles B. Wrightman, 41- year-old Texas oil millionaire, now jlans a continental tour with his dashing Texas Rangers polo team. After bagging the Whitney cup and the Beaufort club trophy, the Rangers worked out in practice natches against 'the British-West- ohester cup team. I never saw polo — far less played it— until I was persuaded to watch the Westchester cup match jetween England and the United States in 1921." Wrightman says. "The game gripped me so hard as a spectacle that I determined ;o learn how to play it myself, organize a team and bring them over to England. It has taken fifteen year to realize that ambition." A long history of battles in his native North Dakota and in Congress is that of Representative William Lemke, above, most prominently mentioned as head of the third party ticket which may blossom from a union of Townsendites, Coughlinites, and Share- the-Wealth adherents. Lemke, a Yale law graduate, drafted the measures by which his state launched one of the most ambitious Socialistic experiments ever made in the U. S., and was co-author of the defeated $3,000,000,000 farm refinancing bill in Congress. He is a Non-Partisan, elected as a Republican. WORTSLANTS OPEN TENNIS TOURNEY CHICAGO, June 22. (/?)— With the field one of the strongest and most representative in the history of the' event, 82 players from 35 colleges and universities open the national intercollegiate tennis tournament at Northwestern university today. Singles were on today's program, with doubles com- peHtioh sqheduled to start Tuesday and run concurrently with the singles to the finals Sunday after- Fights between ball players on the field furnish a tonic for the average fan. That is the conclusion Thomas Jefferson Hickey, retired president of the American association, lias reached after 40 years of experience and observation. In the 15 years that Hickey was president of the American association he never fined or suspended a player for fighting with another. "Of course, fighting with an umpire is something else." Hickey explains. "You have to give protection to umpires to uphold their authority. My instructions to umpires, however, were to keep out of the fights between players. That was for their own good, because in a mix-up some disgruntled player might take advantage of the opportunity to pay off an old grudge, and take a sock at the official, claiming 1 the blow struck was accidental like. "When Joe Tinker was managing the Columbia club, he protested to me and said: 'You're ruining my club. You're taking all the fight out of 'em.' So I told the umpires to ceep away from the players' fights and not to put the athletes out of the game for fighting among themselves;. Kept 11 Quid '"Of course, 1 did not, Icll llu- lewspupers at the time, UK of- 'icial head of the league, thai, we were encouraging fighting, but that was exactly what we were doing. We learned that the public liked it." The 75-year-old Hickey, who or- ;anized the American association >ack in the early nineties, says that jaseball has been ironed out, groomed and smoothed down so much •hat it is becoming too lady-like. "Why the players aren't even al- qwed to talk to each other any iiore. Isn't that carrying it a bit too far?" Hickey, retired on a pension and serving as chairman'of the board of lirectors of the association, is im- Wienpely fond of baseball. He spends most every afternoon at Wrigley field, watching the National cague champion Cubs battle their vay through the present pennant •dee. "The other day, when the Cubs und Reds mixed with their fists," Hickey observes, "I noticed the expressions change on the faces of the people sitting in the boxes around mo. They were high class people, nicely dressed and well-groomed. But they enjoyed the excitement of the players battling out there. So did I." Tigers' Free-Thinker It seems that Gerald Walker's penchant for doing his own thinking on the base paths, an act which often brings the wrath of Mickey Cochrane and the Tiger coaches down on his head, is not a newly acquired habit. Gerald has always been a free-thuiKer—an individualist, as it were, in regard to his conduct in the sports arena. On more than one occasion when he was playing football for the University of Mississippi he injected a bit of extra excitement into the proceedings by displaying his fistic accomplishments. Once, when Ole Miss was waging a torrid football battle'with Louisir ana State university, Walker's antics cost his team .a well-deserved victory. He was .bent on settling sonie sort of feud, imaginary or real, that.he felt 'against the L. S. U. safety man. Walker was carrying the ball and although he reached the goal standing up he deliberately charged into the Louisiana player. He knocked his opponent down, all right, but in doing so the ball popped out of his arms. Another Louisiana player scooped up the ball and ran the length of the gridiron for the only score of the contest. Mickey Cochrane is not the first athletic leader to find Walker a very capable athlete when he is in the mind to perform in the orthodox manner, and, at the very same time, a "problem child" of sports if ever there was one. A likeable chap personally, Walker has a pleasing manner that makes it difficult for his superiors to mete out the punishment his antics deserve, much less to cast him adrift as they must often be tempted to do. Sports Roundup By EDDIE I5RIETZ Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, June 22 CAP)—Lou Ambers will lick both Schmelihg and Braddock. . . The Dodgers will win the National league pennant and go on to beat the St. Louis Browns in the world series. . . . Brevity is going to win a race. don't laugh in the Yankee After that upset Stadium .Friday night, anything can happen and probably will . just don't say we didn't warn you, boys Along with 599 other aspirin- soaked writers, who picked Louis, this corner is just coming to . . . what a fight!. . . What a grand exhibition Schmeling put up. . . And how sorry the mighty Louis looked. . . Of course, Joe hurt his hands., but just the same he wasn't the same old Joe Louis after Max belted him with that right. . . from the fourth, when he was knocked down, until the finish, Joe just wasn't in the race . . Give Schmeling plenty of credit. . . He "mixed a'lot of Mitels with an ordinary amount of brawn to win that scrap. Anyway. Francis Albertanti, the demon press agent, is'sitting pfeV ty. ... He has never ballyhotted ft, loser. . . Just the sarrie, FftMcfs bet on Louis in three rounds;. •'.*'. He'll deny it. but it's" true. . .'TJie only writer who picked Schmeling was Young Bill Farnsworth of the N. Y. Evening Journal . . . Sr.hmellng hugged him after"it was all over. . . Dick Coffmah, giant pitcher, lalso picked Sehmeling and won considerable money. . . Mike Jacobs made ft little money, but nothing like the $250,000 ; he was counting on. CONVICTS HUNTED COLUMBUS, June 22. (/P)—Wary officers, prepared for a finish fight, pushed into the Wooded Country around Rock Island) 14 miles sduth of here, today in their hunt for two dangerous escaped convicts. The twd fugitives, believed to be Luke TrAm- mell and Forest Gibson, Were in the group of three penitentiary Inmates which killed one gua'rd ahd disarmed another in a break from the Retrieve prison farm. LANDON DATE SET TOPEGA, Kas., June 22. W)— Gov. Alf M. Landon will be notified formally of his nomination as the Republican candidate for president at a ceremony to be held on the State House grounds here July 23, Political Announcements The Pampa Daily NEWS is authorized to announce the following candidacies subject to the action of the Democratic .Primary) July 25. For County Judge: C. E. CARY (Re-Elcction) J. M. DODSON SHERMAN WHITE For Representative 122nd District: EUGENE WQRLEY (Rc-Election) For County Clerk: CHARLIE TIIUT (Rc-Elcction) For District Clerk: FRANJC HILL (Re-Elcction) R. B. "RUFE" THOMPSON MIRIAM WILSON "'"'•'••' For Sheriff: EARL TALLEY (Re-EIection) 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-Elcction) A. G. (Pete) POST LEWIS O. COX. For County Commissioner Fret. 3: THOS. O. KIRBY (Re-Elcction) EARL JOHNSON For County Attorney: B. S. VIA JOE GORDON B. L. PARKER JOHN F. STUDER. For County Treasurer: D. R. HENRY ' (Re-Election) MRS. G. C. WALSTAD For Tax Assessor-Collector: F. E. LEECH (Re-Elcction) For District Attorney: LEWIS M. GOODRICH (He-Election) CLIFFORD BRALY For Commissioner Precinct 1: ARLIE CARPENTER •' (Re-Election)' 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, Pro. 2, PI. 2; E. F. YOUNG' " .••::.- (Re-EIection) For Congressman, 18th District; JOHN R. MILLER (Democrat) Hutchinson County "'•"* ""• NOTICE! EX-SERVICE MEN! If you are going to spend any of yoi|r.p,Q Money for an autpmobile why not let ^ri'x- service man show you through one of the best stocks of USED CARS in the Panhai»4ie. Any car that we have can be purchased well worth the nioney. Every ca.r in condition for your immediate service and pleasure! 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