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Pampa, Texas
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CPHfi PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Tewkl TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1956. Classified Advertising Rates Information All wnnt ads are strictly cash and *re accepted over the phone with the positive atiderstandinft that the account Is to be paid when our collector calls. PHONE TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous nd-tnlter will receive your Wsnt Ad, helping you word it. All ads for "Situation Wanted" nnd "Lost and Found are cash with order and will not be accepted over the telephone. Out-of-town advertising cash with order. The Tampa Daily NEWS reserved the right to classify nil Want Ada under appropriate headings nnd to revise or withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. Notice of any error must be given in time for correction before second insertion. In case of any error or an emission in advertising of any nature The Daily NEWS shall not be held liable for damages further than the amount received, for euch 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: U.sed Ice Boxes $1.50 to $7.50; bedrcom suites $17.00 to $33.50; one new four piece bedroom suite, slightly damaged. $37.50; gas ranges $8.50 to $12.50. Pampa Transfer and Storage Co. j5c-72 "FOR SALEpMt. General Electric refrigerator, Phone 902 or call at 108 W. Browning. 3c-70 FOB SALE—12x28 2-room box car house, Built-in cabinet, sink. Cheap. A. Hailey. Phillips North plant. 3p-69 FOB SALE—$50.00 buys a young jersey cow, just fresh. May be seen 2 1 ,! miles west of Kingsmill, across from Texhoma Co. Gp-72 AEE 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 B. modern, E. Francis, paving, $1275. 5 B. modern and 3 B. 50ft. lot near paving, $1275. 6 B. modern duplex, income and home $1100. 5 R. modern $800. 4 B. modern stucco, corner lot, near paving, $700. Dandy 2 large rooms, near school, $350, another, $300. House to move, $225. BUSINESS CHANCES. Four goad 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. FOB SALE—Three female wirehaired terrier puppies; well marked and built. $10 each. 1613 Jackson Street. Amarillo, Texas. 3c-G8 FOB 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 FOB SALE—Player piano. Bargain". See Henry Thut. 1019 Christine or phone 818. 3c-68 If Mrs. Francis Murray will calfat the Pampa Daily News, she will receive a free ticket to see "Snowed Under" at the La Nora Theatre Wednesday. FOB SALE—Three room house, garage, 68-foot lot. Also, vacant lots near school. 601 S. Barnes. 4p-68 FOB SALE OR LEASE—DAIRY. Will sell buildings and equipment. Will sell or lease cows. Route clear- ins $15 per day. Reason for selling, ' other business. For full information, see Dr. W. M. Long, 407 1 /:: N. Main St.. Bprger, Texas. Cc-70 FOB SALE—Three room house, 2 lots, for cash. 401 N. Christy. 12p-74 Beauty Parlors BEAUTY PAELOR: LADI~ES FOB A PERSONALITY HAIR CUT, 40c, see Mr. White at Milday Beauty Shop. Phone 406. 26c-84 Automotive Work Wanted WOBK WANTED—Experiencecfgirl wants housework. 844 E. Campbell USED CAR VALUES! 1933 Std. Chev. Coach S475 1934 Ford DeLuxc Fordor S425 1933 Chevrolet Sedan S325 1932 Ford Coach S2GI5 1931 Chevrolet Coach S200 1932 Ford V-8 Coupe S225 1930 Chevrolet Sedan S175 1929 Ford Coupe S 85 I!t29 Ford Tudor S100 1D34 Chevrolet Truck S325 CULBERSON- SMALLING «,«}" A I S "% I CHEVROLET COMPANY, In*. Service Dept. OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT USED CARS 193G Tour Door Sedans ... (Discount) 1034 Ford V-8 Coach .... ]!I3.'! Chevrolet Coupe 1033 Plymouth Coupe 1934 Plymouth Sedan 1!)29 Chevrolet Coaeh 1!)35 Ford V-8 Coupe ... 1!),'!5 Ford V-8 Pickup .. 1931 Chevrolet Coupe M50 S 135 1929 International Truck 1929 Ford Sedan ... 1934 Chevrolet Coupe 19.'!? Plymouth Coach . $ 375 $ 200 Tom Rose (Ford) Miscellaneous Pampa Dining Room 307 W. Foster Family Style Meals __ 35c Plate Lunch 30c Fried Chicken,. Hot Biscuits 50c 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 For Better Service On Your RADIOS Call Johnson's Radio Service 112 East Francis Phone 606 Personal FREE—Stomach ulcers, gas pains, indigestion, relieved quick. Get free sample doctor's prescription, Udga, at City Drug Store. 3p-68 Street. 3p-70 WOBK WANTED—Experienced girl wants housewoi'K. 403 E. Malone Street. 3p-70 Help Wanted HELP WANTED—Woman twenty- five to do housework. Experience and reference required. 825 W. Kingsmill. lc-68 HELP WANTED MALE—Man, reliable, to become an automobile and accident claim adjuste.r in your territory. Insurance experience unnecessary. No selling. Write Associated Adjusters, Box 767, Milwaukee, Wis. lp-68 TEACHERS WANTED—Enroll immediately. Positions now open in western states. Primary, intermediate, advanced grades. Commercial, mathematics, history, English, prin- cipalships, others. Professional Placement Bureau, 411 Judge Bldg., BaH Lake_City, Utah. 26c-95 HELP" WANTED—Experienced,~capable woman for housework and to assist in care of baby. Must be neat. Inquire 310 N. West street. Poultry BABY CHICKS Popular breeds, day old and started. Hatch off each Monday and ^Tuesday. CAPO'S HATCHERY 1 Mile Southeast fampa Announcing Fever Therapy Department Artificial fever for treatment of: Rheumatism Gonorrhea—acute and chronic Pelvic Inflammations Prostatic Inflammation Colitis High Blood Uressure Neuritis and Neuralgia Dr. W. A. Seydler Combs 'Worley Building CARD READINGS. Past, present and future. 506 E. Craven. 6p-68 Sewing Wanted For Rent Loans FOR RENT—Nice new 2-room furnished cotage. Bills paid. Modern conveniences. Lewis Cottages. 411 S. Russell. 3p-70 FOR RENT—Two room unfurnished house. 627 N. Banks. 3p-70 SEWING—Dressmaking and alterations by experienced dressmaker, Satisfaction guaranteed. Fair prices. See Grace Bird in new location. Malone Apartments, 112',i W. Kingsmill, Room 8. 6c-69 Wanted 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 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Adult couple only. Bills paid. 902 E. Browning. 3c-70 FOR RENT—Rooms fcr rent. Circulating hot water in each room. Also one 2-room unfurnished apartment. 704 W. Foster. 4c-71 FOR RENT—Three room furnished apartment. $25.00 per month. Phone 279. 3p-70 For Your VACATION! No endorsers or security required. $5 to $50 Lowest Rntofl Loans made in -a few minutes. Payments arranged to suit you. SALARY LOAN CO. L. n. wAnnRN, MBI-. Fit it National Hunk nhle. Rnnm 3 Phone H03 If Mrs. Owen Winton will call at T . ^_ __.._. ,. — "it 1 Pampa Daily News, she will rr- I'OR RENT--Two room furnished | csivr ., frcc ticket, to son "Snowed apartment. Close in. Adults only, j under" at the LnNora Theatre 415 W. Browning. lc-(J8 FOR RENT—Two large furnished rooms. Modern. Bills paid. Electric refrigeration, with garage. $36. Murphy apartments. 117 N. Gillispie. Gc-73 FOR RENT—To couple, southwest bedrcom. Outside entrance, connecting bath. Scaly Mattress, garage. Call 1219. 425 N. Yager. 3C-70 FOR RENT—Nice cool three room furnished apartment. Refrigerator. Bills paid. On pavement. 712 W. Francis. 2C-G9 FOR~RENT^Oiie room apartment". For couple. Bath. 803 W. Foster. Phone 1369-W. 3c-G9 FOR~RENT—Three rooiiflurnisiuTd house. Bills paid. 535 S. Somerville. Gc-72 If Mrs. LeRoy Miller will call at the Pampa Daily News, she will receive a free ticket to see "Snowed Under" at the Wednesday. LaNora Theatre FOR RENT—Furnished two room apartment, in modern home. Call at 3rd house south Shell camp off 3c-G9 Amarillo highway. FOlTRENT—Three room house7'413 N. Roberta. Talley addition. $10 per month. 3p-69 FOR RENT—3 room newly decorated well furnished apartment. Nice and neat. May be seen at 200 N. Ward or call 138. 3C-69 FOR RENT—Small furnished modern apartment. Adults only. 117 S 1 _Wynno. 3c-G9 FORTRENT—1 1-rooin furnished apartment; li-rocm furnished apartment. Bills paid. 1000 E. Browning. 3c-68 FOR RENT— Nice front, bedroom, adjoining bath, with garage. Phone 905-R or 1145. 6c-71 Two room unfurnisTT- cd house. Call at 627 N. Banks. 3p-G8 FOR RENT—Furnished apartment. 3 blocks west of Hilltcp Grocery. On Borger highway and one block north. 319 N^yder. 6c-71 FOR RENT—Clean rooms. $3 per week. 500 N. Frost Virginia Hotel. 12p-77 Wednesday. MONEY FOR VACATION Salary Loans — Personal Loacu $5 to $50 We Require No Security We solicit oil field and carbon black workers. Payments arranged to suit you. All dealings strictly confidential. Loan* mad« in a few minutes. Lowest Rates PAMPA FINANCE CO. J. S. Stsrkcy, Mgr. 109H S. Cuyler Phone 450 Slugging Held 'Legion Vengeance' HAMILTON ISSUES VITATION TO REBELS IN- .Legal Notice NOTICE OK BOARD OF EQUALIZATION THE STATE OF TEXAS County of Gray In obedience to an order of the Board of Equalization, regularly convened and sitting, notice is hereby given that said Board of Equalization will be in session in NEW YOKK, .Tune 23, f/Pj— The rcpiibllruii parly beckoned wclcom- initly today to Alfred E. Smith ami ether democrats who join him in opposition to the New Deal. John D. M. Hamilton, republican national chairman and campaign manager for Governor Alf M. Landon. the republican presidential candidate, issued last night what was tantamount to an invitation to them to line up with the Kansas forces. Speaking in Smith's home town, Hamilton said republicans would 'honor" him and four colleagues who have demanded that President Roosevelt be set aside for another candidate at Philadelphia. The five, Hamilton said, "apparently made the choice between party and country as millions of others will do." His speech as originally prepared contained no reference to Smith and the co-signers of the anti- Roosevelt manifesto—former Governor Joseph B. Ply of Massachusetts, former Senator James A. Reed of Missouri, former Secretary of State Bainbrldge Colby and former State Supremo Court Justice Daniel Cohalan. Only a short time before his speech the office of Slier Faulkner, in the i Hamilton inserted this statement: Court House in Pampn. Gray County. Texas at 9 o'clock a. m. on Tuesday the 7th day of July, 1936, for the purpose of determining, fixing and equalizing the value of any urKl all taxable property situated in the Pampa Independent School District, Gray County Texas, for taxable purposes for the year 1936, and any and nil persons interested or having business with said Beard are hereby notified in be present. By order of the Board of Equalization. liny McMilli'li, Secretary. June 23rcl-25th. French Hasten FOR RENT—Two room unfurnished house. Phone'985 or call at 607 E. Brunow 4c-G8 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bath. On pavement. 525 S. Cuyler. 6C-69 FOR RENT—Nice cool bedroom at very attractive prices at Marie Hotel. Why not take advantage of our summer rates now. 307Vi West Foster. 7c-69 FOR RENT—1 Vacancy in Kelly apartments. Frigidaire. Bills paid. Apply Apt. No. 5. 26p-86 FOR RENT—Free Maytag washers with 2 and 8 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 PARIS. June 23. I/PI—Premier. Leon Blum's government announced today it would attempt to hasten the negotiation of three regional mutual assistance i:acts to safeguard Europe against war. One pact, based en the Locarno treaty, would apply to western Europe. The other two would embrace the countries of the Danube basin and the countries along the Mediterranean. Premier Blum personally read to the senate a declaration in which was explained France's willingness to remove sanctions against Italy. Yvon Delbos, foreign minister, read the same declaration to the chamber of deputies. •»». Marseille Sets 'Pane For France PARIS (/Pi—Marseille is one of the fastest growing cities of France, census figures show. The population for 193G is 914,232, an increase of 110,000 over 1931. Marseille is France's second largest city. An Up-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 AMPA BAKERY Fred Schaffncr, 115 W Foster, Ph. 81 Boilers J. M. DEERING Boiler and Welding Works, Pampa, Phone 293—Kellerville, Phone 1610F13. Building Contractors J. KING. 414 N. Sloan, Phone 163 Cafes iANAKY SANDWICH SHOP 3 doors east of Rex theater, Ph 760 Churches 'IRST BAPTIST CHURCH !. E. Lancaster, Pastor, Phone 526. City Offices JRAY COUNTY RELIEF BOARD Jity Hall. National Employment Office, Phone 436. ITY OF PAMPA Bel. City Dvlmnt, City HI., Ph. S84 City Health Dcpt., City HI., Ph. 1183 City Mjfrs. Office, City III., Ph. 1180 City Pump Station, 700 N. Ward, Phone 1. Cy Wtr & Tax Ofc. City HI. Ph 1181 Fire Station, 203 West Foster, Ph. 60 Police Station, Ph. 555. County Offices GRAY COUNTY OF. CT. HOUSE Auditor and Treasurer, Phone 1052 Constable's Office, Phone 77 County Clerk, Phone 77. County Farm Agt., Hin. Demoustr., 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's Office, Phone 245. Supt. Public Instruction. Phone 1081 Tax Assessor, Phone 1047 Tax Collector, Phone G03 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-Worlcy Bldg., 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 We^t Foster, Phone 666-667 Printing • PAMPA DAHLY NEWS Phone 666 Schools Baker, East Tukc, Phone 931. High School, 133 W. Francis, Ph. 70 Horace Mann, N. Banks, Ph. 934 Junior High, 126 W. Francis, Ph. 851 Lamar, 301 Cuyler, Phone 957 Sam Houston, 900 N Frost, Ph. 1191 Sciiool Garage, 706 N. Russcl, P 1157 Roy McMillen, 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 a Is., Phone 2 "In the words of Governor Landon, spoken today at Topeka, 'the line of demarcation between fealty to party and loyalty to country i's something for each citizen to determine." "At least five distinguished and determined citizens led by a man who has rendered a distinguished service to your city and your state apparently made the choice between party and country as millions of others will do before the general election in November; and tonight —as republicans—we honor them for the high ideals that have prompted this action on their part." This wholly unexpected appeal led to fresh speculation as to whether Smith will, indeed, take his famous "walk," and if so, whether he will walk to the republican camp. Two Desperate Texas Convicts Still Trailed GROESBECK, June 23. W) — Bloodhounds' and heavily armed peace officers concentrated near here today in a manhunt for two elusive, desperate Texas convicts. Wary manhunters headed by Capt. Lee Miller of the state highway patrol and Sheriff Will Adams of Limestone county waited until daylight to spread out through a 30-square-inilo area of unclcrbrushy country into which Luke Trammell and Forrest Gibson fled last night after the stolen car in which they were traveling was riddled with officers' bullets. Miller sent a rush call for bloodhounds and more officers. In last night's party which forced the desperadoes into the thick brush there were 11 men. Miller said they deckled it was useless to pursue Trammell and Gibson in the pitch darkness. They were believed armed with a shotgun and rifle. The officers, traveling in three cars, met the convicts' speeding auto on a little-used sideroad near Oletha, Texas, about 9 p. in. "They were traveling at a fast clip," Miller said. "We turned around and took out after them. We overhauled them close enough to open fire." The convicts, .who escaped last Friday from Retrieve prison farm with T. B. Atkinson after killing a guard, drove their car into the brush and had disappeared when the officers came up, Miller said. The riddled machine, Miller said, was -the car in which J. W. Cassagne was abducted in Burleson county yesterday and later released. .cp. Helen Jacobs Beats Unknown WIMBLEDON, Eng., June 23 (AP) Helen Jacobs, United States champion and runner-up at Wimbledon last year, dropped only one game as she defeated Miss M. Cable, liltle known British player, in the first round of the All-England tennis championship today. The scores were 6-1, 6-0. Jean Saunders defeated Peggy Scriven in an all British encounter 6-4, 1-6, 6-2. Wilmer Allison and John Van Ryn, veteran American combination, easily won their first round match in the doubles, defeating the Hungarian team of Gabrowitz and Van Planner, 6-2, 6-3, 6-2. PIES IN CHAIR HUNTSVILLE, June 23. (IP)— Juan Riyera, Bastrop county farm hand convicted of attacking a small Bastrop girl, died in the state prison's electric chair early today. He died without apparent emotion. "I bear no ill will toward anyoone in connection with this case," he told witnesses as he was strapped into the chair. Victim of Black Legion vengeance, authorities charge, Mrs. Dorothy .Guthrie is shown in a Detroit hospital, after she had been found, bound, gagged, and beaten, in her home. Inset is her husband, William H. GuUirie, questioned by police. Mrs. Outhrie had revealed to officials that the terrorists' printing plant was in their home and that her husband had printed the cult's inflammatory literature there. Crowds Jam Exposition Midway Its early stage attendance figures far beyond expectations, the S25,- 000,000 Texas Centennial Exposi- tion, in Dallas from June G to Nov. 29, is off to a flying start. Above is a typical midway scene. • Panhandle and Other Fields • OIL REVENUE AVAILABLE- AUSTIN, June 23. l/l'j—Comp- troller George H. Shcpparcl announce,:! today that revenue from the gross production oil tax continued to increase during April, the latest month on which figures .were available. A total of $755,949.14 was collected on 34,930,169 barrels, an increase of $3,397 over the yield of $752,351 on 34,736,169 barrels produced in March. The increase was attributed to greater production, and was in line with month to month increases since January when the price of oil jumped. In January $090,123.50 was collected on 32,334,228 barrels, compared with $679,963.65 collected on 33,717,024 barrels in December. The tax is two cents per barrel as long as oil is selling at $1 per barrel or under. When oil sells for more than $1 the tax is two psr cent of the actual value. Patty Berg and Mrs. Chandler Are Medalists DENVER, June 23 (AP)—Marion Miley, dark-haired women's trans-Mississippi champion, began looking in her weather-worn golf bag for the shots that count today. Practice rounds were over for the Lexington, Ky., lass as she confronted the first challenge to her title. She met Mrs. J. L. Bailey, Emporia, Kas., matron in the opener of the 16 first-round matches of the championship flight at the Denver country club's thickly wooded layout. Mrs. Bailey pulled herself into the titular bracket by a margin as close as a lipped putt. She was tied with Mrs. Ray Fellows of Tulsa at 94 strokes for the bottom spot and won it hi a one-hole playoff. The 6,688-yard course's par of 79 snapped only four times under the attack of more than 100 players in yesterday's qualifying round. Patty Berg of Minneapolis, the day's only large gallery on her heels, and Mrs. Dan Chandler, long-hitting veteran from Dallas, OIL FLOW niJCKEASi; TULSA, Okln., Juno 23. <A'i—A decrease of 2,882 barrel:; daily in the nation's oil production for the week ending June 20 was reported today by the Oil and Gas Journal. Total daily production was 2,960,757. Oklahoma showed the largest decrease, declining 20,900 barrels for a daily average of 45,350. East Texas production was up 4,396 to a total of 444,150 barrels. The total stale of Texas increased 20,794 barrels to 1,168,494 barrels daily while Louisiana rose 1,614 barrels to 221,062 ban-els daily. California's production decreased 850 barrels to 582,150 daily while Kansas decreased 3,150 to 149,175 barrels daily. Eastern fields including Michigan produced 139,381 barrels daily, a decline of 1,630 barrels. The Rocky mountain area decreased 720 barrels daily to a total daily production of 56,570 barrels. Fischer To Begin Radio Broadcast P. W. Fischer, of Tyler, candidate for governor will begin Friday night a series of weekly radio broadcasts over a statewide hookup to inform the people of Texas of his plans to tax natural resources to pay old age pensions. Mr. Fischer's first radio talk is scheduled'to go on the air at 8:30 p. m. Friday and will be carried on stations WFAA, Dallas; WOAI, San Antonio, and KPRC, Houston. B(I> DINING CAR HOLDUP ROME, Ga., June 23, (IP) —Brownie; knows his train schedules but his interest in the iron horses is purely gastronomic. Brownie is the station dog and he pays no attention to local trains which carry no diners but always is out by the tracks to greet the fast trains and beg for handouts. His five years of well fed residence in the station are tribute to the success of his system. A globe-trotting Englishman and his wife were among the second week visitors at the Texas Centennial-Exposition. P. L. Robinson and wife looked over the exposition and commented: "Quite a jaunt, but well worth it." lied for medal with 74 strokes each, five under par. ' THE KILLED SCATTERED SHOWERS REPORTED ON PLAINS (Hy The AHBoeintOfl Press) A break in the heat wave which killed three persons In Texas yesterday and parched crops, sending thermometers shooting high above 1 the 100-degree mark, seemed certain today with partly cloudy conditions forecast for East Texas arid the cessation of scorching north winds. Scattered showers and hall were reported from the plains area near Lubbock last night, after a maximum temperature during the day of 102. In some sections an estimated 2 inches of rain fell. A few libines northeast of Lubbock were damaged by the heavy hail but the' area so affected was small. Heat and drouth relief was brought to Wichita Falls by a quarter-inch rain following a day of 107 degrees. The precipitation was accompanied by a high wind and a severe electrical storm, but no serious damage was reported. Mercuries over the state were generally at readings yesterday several; degrees below maxlmums of''Bun* clay. Longview, In East Texas; reported 106 and Corsicana 104. A storm threatened Paris, but failed to materialize. Amarillo had a trace' 1 of rain. '' Gulf points continued to be the state's coolest places. Heat victims yesterday were L. O. Odum of Lufkin, who collapsed at his home', Eugene Squyare of Waco, who was stricken on a' downtown Dallas street, and William'A.' Falls of Fort Worth, who was overcome while working on a WPA project and died in an ambulance. Many prostrations were' reported from over the state. An estimate of crop damage' was not immediately available, but corn and truck yields apparently were most affected. Hungarian Actors Lose Autos BUDAPEST (/P)—Because of accidents and many cases of tardiness, Hungarian theater directors have forbidden actors to drive auto-' mobiles. 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. GARY (Re-Election) J. M. DODSON SHERMAN WHITE For Representative 132nd District: EUGENE WORLEY (Re-Election) For County Clerk: CHARLIE THUT (Ke-Elcction) For District Clerk: FRANK HILL (Re-Election) R. B. "RUFE" THOMPSON MIRIAM WILSON For Sheriff: EARL TALLEY , (Re-Election) BUCK KOONCE J. I. DOWNS For Constable, Precinct 2: OTIS HENDRIX YOUNGER COCKKELL 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 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-Election) For District Attorney: LEWIS M. GOODRICH (Re-Election) CLIFFORD BKALY For Commissioner Precinct 1: ARLIE CARPENTER (Re-Election) JOHN R. WHITE For Justice pf the Peace Precinct No. £, Pfcpe' .NO. \\ CHAS. I. HUGHES J. W. "BILL" GRAHAM WM. T. JESSE For State Senator: 31st Senatorial District CURTIS DOUGLASS For Justice ,pf PeajBJB, fq>. E. F. YOXUfG ' (Re-Election) llutchinsQu County , jpl. 2; -*•

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