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PAGE SIX (THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pftmpa, T6XM WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 24, 1936. hopttie CLASSIFIED COJ-liHilMM Classified Advertising Rates Information AH want nds (ire «trictly oash and are accepted over the phone with the positive understanding that the account la to be paid when our collector calls. PHONE YOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ail-tnker wil! receive your Want Ad, helping you word It. All ads for "Situntion Wanted" and "Lost and Found are cash with order and will not be accepted over the telephone. ' Out-of-town advertising cash with The Pampa Daily NEWS reserves the rleht to clas«iCy all Want Ada under appropriate headinKS 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 advertising of any nature The Daily NEWS shall not be held liable for damages further than the amount received for such advertising. LOCAL HATE CAUD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 3, 1931 1 day, 2c a word: minimum 80c. 2 days, 4c a word: minimum GOc. Ic per word for each succeeding issue after the first two Issues. The Pampa Daily NEWS Automotive 1935 1334 1933 1932 19X1 1932 I9:;o 1929 J!»29 USED CAR VALUES! Std. Chcv. Couch S475 Ford DeLuxc Fordor S425 Chevrolet Sedan S325 Ford Coach S263 Chevrolet Coach $200 Ford V-R Coupe $225 Chevrolet Sedan S175 Ford Coupe $ 8 -> Ford Tmlor S^O Chevrolet Truck $325 CTTLBERSON- SMALLINO CHEVROLET _____ COMPANY, in*. Service Dept OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT For Rent For Rent Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Words are inadequate to tell out- good friends and neighbors how much we appreciate their aid and sympathy during the illness and death of our loved one. Mrs. Pearl Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. A. J.'Holland. For Sale FOB SALE—Russian wolf hound pups. Good hunters, rabbits or wolves. Fine watch dogs. Best for a child's dog. Price, males $15.00, females, $10.00. 1231 E. Francis St. lp-69 FOB SALE—^Residence lot. Close in on good street, at bargain. W. D. Christopher. Room 5, Duncan Bldg. Phone 323. lc-69 FOB SALE—Nearly new studio couch and used 9x12 rug. Call 138. lc-G9 FOB SALE: Used Ice Boxes $1.50 to $7.60; bedroom 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. 5c-72 If Mrs. J. E. Ward will call at the Pampa Daily News, she will receive a free ticket to see "The Case Against Mrs. Ames" showing at the La Nora theater Friday or Saturday. FOB SALE: 7-ft. General Electric refrigerator, Phone 902 or call at 108 W. Browning. 3c-70 FOB SALE—12x28 2-room box cai house. Built-in cabinet, sink Cheap. A, Hailcy. Phillips North plant. 3p-69 FOB SALE—$50.00 buys a youn_ jersey cow, just fresh. May be seen 2U miles west of Kingsmill across from Texhoma Co. Gp-72 USED CARS 193G Four Door Sedans ... (Discount) 1931 Ford V-8 Coach 1933 Chevrolet Coupe 193:1 Plymouth Coupe 1934 Plymouth Sedan 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1935 Ford V-8 Coupe ... 1935 Ford V-8 Pickup .. 1931 Chevrolet Coupe .125 .150 . ? 375 .'75 FOR RENT—Three v°°m furnished apartment. SOS N. Russell. Couple only. Cc-74 FOR~RENT—Two room house, clean. Bills paid. Couple only. 103 N. West. lp-69 FOR RENT—Nice furnished 2-room apartment. Modern. Close in. Bills paid. 311 N. Bnllard. lc-69 FOR RENT^Three" room strictly modern apartment Private bath. Oarage. Either partly furnished, or unfurnished. Inquire 20U N. Ward. Apartment No. 4, nr phone 138. Ic-Gfl TOR~RENT~Threiri'0()m apartment. Bills paid. Children net barred. 525 Frederic St.' 1 block east Jones- Everett Machine Shop. 4p-72 FOR RENT—Two room cottage, newly papered. Bills paid. $4.00 per week. 515 S. Somerville. lp-G9 FOR 'RENT—Four room house. Water inside and wired with lights. Call at 522 N. Roberta St. Talley addition. S. D. Dodd. '_ 2p-7C FOR™RENT—Two rcom furnished house. Bills paid. Inquire at Hamrick's Saw shop. 1000 S. Barnes. '- block east. lc-G9 FOR RENT—Two room unfurnished house. 627 N. Banks. 3p-70 FOR~RENT~Two room fu rnish ed apnrlmenl. Adult, couple only. Bills paid. 902 E. Browning. :ir-70 Foil RENT—Furnished apartment. 3 blocks west of Hilltcp Grocery. On Borger highway and one block northJ319_N L Ryder. Gc-71 FOR~RENT^T"Vacancy in Kelly apartments. Frigidaire. Bills paid. Apply Apt. No. 5. 26P-86 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bath. On pavement. 525 6. Cuyler. 12p-69 Loans 1929 International Truck 1929 Ford Sedan ..135 . S 15© ..' 50 1934 Chevrolet Coupe 1932 Plymouth Coach 200 Tom Rose (Ford) For Your VACATION! No endorsers or security required. $5 to $50 lowest Rntcn Loans made In a few minutes. Payments arranged to suit you. SALARY LOAN CO. ),. n. WAIIHKN, Mcr. Fii.il National Ilnnk I)l<1e. linnm 3 Phone 80S FOR RENT—Rooms fcr rent. Circulating lint water in each room. Also one 2-room unfurnished apartment. 704 W. Foster. _ 4c-71 TOR'RENT—ThiT<Ti-ooiii 'furnished apartment. $25.00 per month. Phone 279. ' 3p-70 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Close in. Adults only. 415 W. Browning. 2c-G9 FOR RENT—Two large furnished rooms. Modern. Bills paid. Electric refrigeration, with garage. $36. Murphy apartments. 117 N. Gillispte. Gc-73 FOR RENT^To couple, southwest bedroom. Outside entrance, connecting bath. Sealy Mattress, garage. Call 1219. 425 N. Yager. 3c-70 Miscellaneous I WILL NOT be responsible 1'or any accounts made in my name or iii connection with my business unless accompanied by an order either signed by myself or Mrs. D:wns or unless made personally by either of us. Signed M. P. Downs. 3c-71 If Mrs. Ed Damon will call at the Pampa Daily News, .she will receive a free ticket to sec "The Case Against Mrs. Ames" showing at the La Nora theater Friday or Saturday. ARE YOU HAPPY? Investment in a home Is not onl> profitable in dollars but also lasting independence, satisfaction and joj to the entire family. Make your fam ily secure and happy. One of these sweet buys may do the work. 3 R modern, E. Francis, paving', $1275. , R. modern and 3 R. 50ft. lot nea paving, $1275. C 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. FOB SALE—Three room house, garage, 68-foot lot. Also, vacant lots near school. 601 S. Barnes. 6J3-70 FOB SALE OR LEASE—DAIBY. Will sell, buildings and equipment. Will sell or lease cows. Route clearing $15 per day. Reason for selling, other business. For full information, see Dr. W. M. Long, 407 ft N. Main St.. Borger, Texas. 6c-70 FOB SALE—Three room house, 2 lots, for cash. 401 N. Christy. 12p-74 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. 2Gp-79 FOR RENT—Nice cool three room furnished apartment. Refrigerator. Bills paid. On pavement. 712 W. Francis. 2c-G9 FOR RENT—One room apartment. For couple. Bath. 803 W. Foster. Phone 13G9-W. __ 3_c-60 FOR RENT—Three room furnished house. Bills paid. 535 S. Somerville. Gc-72 FOR RENT—Furnished two room apartment, in modern home. Call at 3rd house south Shell camp ofl Amarillo highway. 3c-G9 FOR"BENT—Three room house. N. Roberta. Talley addition. $10 per month. . FOR RENT^sTnaTTfurnished modern apartment. Adults only. 117 S. Wynne. 3c-G9 FOR VACATION Salary Loans — Personal l<o»n» $5 to $50 We Require No Security We solicit oil field and carbon black workers. Payments ar- ranffed to suit you. All dealings strictly confidential. Loans made In a few minutes. Lowest Rates PAMPA FINANCE CO. J. S. Starkey, Mffr. 109 H S. Cuyler Phone 450 Work Wanted WORKTWANTED—"UnciTcumbcred lady, twenty-six, wants permanent IOUKC work. Can give references. Hi jlocks N. Hilltop Grocery. Borger lighway. 3c-71 WORK WANTED—Capable white woman would work by day or week. Good city references. Prefer working people, home nights. Might consider practical mil-King. Mrs. Kitchen. G29 N. Russell. 3p-71 WORK WANTED—Experienced girl wants housework. 844 E. Campbell Street. 3p-70 WORK WANTED—Experienced girl wants houseworK. 408 E. Malone Street. 3p-70 DRIVE TO SEND GIRLS TEAM TO MEET PUSHED Donations Are Being Received Here by Sluggers Funds to .send the Pampa Sluggers, local girls' playground ball team, to a regional tournament in Wichita Palls on July 4. 5, and 6. are being secured through public donation. Members of the team arc visiting local citizens ami the iT.si.-ons? the first two days has I been gratifying. The following merchants and private citizens have given to the fund: Mayor W. A. Bratlon. Wilson Drug. F. S. Brown, B. R. Weaver, Pampa Drug- No. 2. City Food Store. Howard Buckingham Sr., Howard Buckingham Jr.. Magnolia Petroleum comiifuy. Canary Sandwich shop, Pampa Ice Manufacturing Co. Johiuon Hardware company, Harvester Drug Store, Frank Carter. C. S. Boston, Southwestern Public Service company, Hutchins Inc.. L. T. Hill company. J. T. Ragsdale, Tex Evans Bulck company, Tern Rose (Ford>, Levincs. Empire Calf. Vi's Coffee shop, Pampa Drug No. 1. Tom Aldridgc, Pampa Hardware & Implement, company, P. K. One Stop, City Steam Laundry. Pampa Bus Term- ,inal, Cullum and Son, Ivy E. Duncan, James Todd Jr., Post and Ncavcs Norge store, T. W. Barnes. Frank Hunt. Stein's Department store, Jones Everett Machine company. EXPLOSION FATAL BUFFALO, N. Y., June 24, (/Pi— One man was killed and 15 men and women were injured today in the explosion of a high pressure compressed air line in the Trico Products corporation plant here. The explosion blew out windows am ripped partitions apart on the fiftl- floor of the factory, where it centered. FOR RENT—Nice front bedroom, adjoining bath, with garage. Phone 905-R or 1145. Gc-71 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bath. On pavement. 525 S. Cuyler. Gc-69 FOR RENT—Clean rooms. $3 per week. 500 N. Frost Virginia Hotel. 12p-77 FOR RENT—Two room unfurnished house. Phone 985 or call at 607 E. Brunow. 5p-69 FORTRENT—Nice cool bedroom at very attractive prices at Marie Hotel. Why not take advantage of our summer rates now. 307 la West Foster. 7c-G9 Personal Room and Board ROOM AND BOARD: Fir.st class. on pavement. 121 N. Warren. Phone 798-J. 3c-71 Beauty Parlors BEAUTY PARLOR: LADIES FOR A PERSONALITY HAIR CUT, 40c, see Mr. White at Milday Beauty Shop. Phone 406. 26c-84 Help Wanted 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 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 Be Reported to Army General NKW YORK, June 24. (/!')—Officials at the army headquarters in Brooklyn .said today the complete report on the drowning of Capt Lindsay M. Bawscl and his three children will be submitted to Brigadier General Thomas W. Darrah when the transport Chateau Theirry docks here Friday. Army officials were notified yesterday of the tragedy, which occurred Monday \\hile the four were en route from Panama to New York aboard tho transport. Brief wireless messages from officers on the ship said the captain and the children were swept overboard during a tropical hurricane, and that the deaths were being investigated. Later, at Atlanta. Charles Bawsel, a brother, said he had received a 'cablegram from the captain's widow \\ho was aboard the transport when the tragedy occurred, that the officer was drowned in a vain effort to 'rescue the childrei who were washed overboard. • At the Brooklyn headquarters officers said today no additiona details had been received from tin transport. The report of the in vestigatovs, they said, would hi given by Gen. Darrah to the wa department. Political Announcements The Pampa Daily NEWS is au thorized 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 WORLEY (Re-EIcction) or County Clerk: CHARLIE THUT (Re-Elcction) An UD-To-The-Minute Directory of BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Best In EVERY BUSINESS The Finest In Every PROFESSION HELP WANTED—Lady West. Foster. cook. 514 3c-71 TEACHERS WANTED—Enroll immediately. Positions now open in western states. Primary, intermediate, advanced grades. Commercial, mathematics, history, English, prin- cJpalships, others. Professional Placement Bureau, 411 Judge Bldg., Bait _Lake_City, JJtah. 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 CARD READINGS. Past, present and future. 506 E. Craven. (ip-74 Sewing Wanted SEWING—Dressmaking and alterations by experienced dressmaker, Satisfaction guaranteed. Pair prices. See Grace Bird in new location. Malone Apartments, 1121L- W. Kingsmill, Room 8. 6c-G9 Wanted WANTED—Furnished garage apartment. Bills paid. Write P. O. box 837, or phone 838. BABY CHICKS JPppular breeds, day old and jijtarted. Hatch off each Monday j»nd Tuesday. POPO'S HATCHERY 1 Mile Southeast WANTED—400 acres of wheat cut. Must have good outfit. Phone 238. Box_47C j Bc-70 ""if Mrs. H. E. Carlson will call at the Pampa Daily News, she will receive a free ticket to sec "The Case Against Mrs. Ames" showing at the La Nora theater Friday or Saturday. For Trade WA"NTED TO TRADE—Wanted to trade some house rent or room runt for eurpentcr work. See J. L. CUT at Gray Pampu Hotel. 3l>-69 Accountants i J. K. UOBY 412 Combs-Worley, B. 980 W, Of. 787 Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred Schaffner, 115 W Foster, Ph. 81 Boilers J. M. DEEHING Boiler and Welding Works, Pampa, Phone 293—Kellerville, Phone IGlOFKi. Building Contractors J, KING. 414 N. Sloan, Phone 163 Cafes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP 3 doors east of Rex theater, Ph 7(>0 Churches FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH C. 15. Lancaster, Pastor, Phone 52(i. City Offices GRAY COUNTY RELIEF BOARD City Hall. National Employment Office, Phone 436. CITY OF PAMPA Btl. City Dvlmiit, City III., Ph. 384 City Health Dent., City III., Ph. 1183 City Mgrs. Office, City III., Ph. 1180 City 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 GRAY COUNTY OF. CT. HOUSE Auditor and Treasurer, Phone 1052 Constable's Office, Phone 77 County Clerk, Phone 77. County Farm Agt., Hm. Demonstr. Phone 244. County Judge, Phone 837 District Clerk, Phone 785 Justice of Peace, PI. No. 1, Ph. 77 Justice of Peace, No. 2, Phone C33 tUwrltCn OlS'Kf. .WIPJUO 345. Supt. Public Instruction, Phone 1084 Tax Assessor, Phone 1047 Tax Collector, Phone 603 Sherman White, Phouc 1238 Florists CLAYTON FLORAL COMPANY 410 East Foster, Phone 80. Freight Truck Line —See Motor Freight Lines, Insurance M. I'. DOWNS AGENCY Combs-Worley Bldg., Phone 336. Laundries - Cleaners YOUR LAUNDRY & DRY CLENRS 301-09—East Francis, Phone 675. Machine Shops .IONKS-EVERETT MACHINE CO. Barnes and Frederick Sts., Ph. 24; Newspapers PAMPA DAILY NEWS 322 We.5t Foster, Phone 666-G67 Printing PAMPA DAHLY NEWS Phone C66 Schools Baker, East Tuke, Phone 931. High School, 133 W. Francis, Ph. 7( Horace Mann, N. Banks, Ph. 93' Junior High, 126 W. Francis, Ph. 85: Lamar, 301 Cuyler, Phone 957 Sam Houston, 900 N Frost, Ph. 118 School Garage, 70G N. Russcl, P 115 Roy McMillcn, City Hall, Ph. 569 Supt. Pub. Sschls. 123 W. Fran. P 95 Woodrow Wilson, E. Browne, P. 64 Transfer & Storage PAMPA TRANSFER & STGE. CO 500 West Brown, Phone 1025 State Bonded Warehouse. Welding Supplies JONES-EVERETT MACHINE CO Barnes & Frederick Sts., Phone 24 'or District Clerk: FRANK HILL (Re-Election) R. B. "RUFE" THOMPSON MIRIAM WILSON For Sheriff: EARL TALLEY (Rc-EIectioii) BUCK KOONCE J. I. DOWNS ''or Constable, rrccincl 2: OTIS HENDRIX YOUNGER COCKRELL I. S. JAMESON EARL LEWIS 'or County Commissioner, Tret. 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: 15. S. VIA JOE GORDON ]J. L. PARKER JOHN F. STUDER. For County Treasurer: D. R. HENRY (Re-Election) MRS. G. C. WALSTAJJ For Tax Assessor-Collector: J'\ E. LEECH (Re-Election) For District Attorney: LEWIS M. GOODRICH (Re-Election) CLIFFORD BRALY For Commissioner Precinct 1: ARLIE CARPENTER (Re-Elcction) JOHN R. WHITE For Justice of the Peace Precinct No. 3, 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. 3: E. F. YOUNG (Re-Election) Fur Cungrc'suuaji, IBtli District: JOHN It. MILLER (Democrat) Ilutchinsoii'County. Garnering Glory For Texas MASSACHUSETTS LINES UP WITH OLD DOMINION .lohii N. Garner's shedulcd re- ncmination for the vice presidency and the Centennial celebration give Texas a conspicious place at the Democratic convention. Roy Miller (right), delegate from Hous- ton suggests to Karl A. Crowley. of Ferl Worth, tl" '.-.. trait be hung below the Lono Star flag in the 'Icxas Iiu.iciiiuai-.- crs at Philadelphia. • Panhandle and Other Fields • PHILADELPHIA. June 24. (/P)— Angry delegates from Virginia appealed to friends in the north and west today to rally to their stand against repeal of the two-thirds nominating rule at future Democratic conventions. The issue headed for its first showdown today in the initial meeting of the rules committee. Representatives of the 48 states gathered to debate the administration proposal that only a majority, of delegates be required for the nomination of presidential and vice-presidential standard bearers. The Ecran—one of the few In sight for this 1936 convention—will be carried to the convention floor tomorrow if tlie rules group approves renral as all observers ex- pent it will. EncmirnKcd by sentiment in the 34-vote Massachusetts delegation for retention of the 104-year-old irciuiruncMl, Virginia leaders went to the mcetinv; talking fight. "I regard the two-thirds rule as one of the major footholds possessed by those states which are consistently furnishing the electoral votes, in the selection of Democratic candidates," said Stale Senator Aubrey G. Weaver of Front Royal, Va., a member of the rules committee. "Why such southern .states as our neighbor, North Carolina, as well as numerous less populous states in all sections of the country should (desire to surrender this veto power passes my comprehension." Although National Chairman James A. Farley has reiterated the question was for the states to settle themselves, he continued to predict a majority for repeal. OIL MEN CONFIDENT TULSA, Okla, June 24, «!')—Oil men accustomed to. taking' a broad view of the industry weighed con- troversal indications in the business today and inclined generally to the opinion that everything was going to be all right. Offsetting- the warnings of .some authorities that the present trend of huge crude oil production surely would lead to top-heavy surpluses, with a resultant collapse of the market, there was available today the bureau of mines' estimate showing enormous increases in the nation's consumption capacity. The bureau's recommendation for an increase of 78,900 barrels daily I over June to meet an estimated demand of 2,917,200 barrels daily was I heartening to those who have contended there was nothing disastrous in the present production trend which lately has just about followed those figures. To help brighten the prospect was the action of the Texas railroad commission in reducing tho state's allowable 5G.713 barrels daily. The disposition of the operators to guard closely against overproduction was shown further in the recommendation of the Oklahoma allocation committee, an advisory body of operators here, that the state corporation commission fix Oklahoma's July allowable at five per cent under the June figure. FRANCES PERKINS ARMS WOMEN Visitors to the Texas Centennial Exposition need have no serious fears about the food they eat within the Exposition grounds. Five Dallas food inspectors have been assigned the task of eliminating bad food. COURT RECORD Divorces granted: R. M. Miller versus Mary Miller; Elsie Milliard versus Lawrence Milliard, maiden name of Elsie Gibson restored; Lillian Wcldon vcr- us J. W. Weklon. Trial of the workmen's compen- ation case, J. P. Perkins versus 'he Texa.s Indemnity Insurance ompany, today went into il.s scc- nd day in district court. Jurors itting at the trial arc O. B. Jeter, J. P. Johnson, R. L. Calvert, R. P. Hodge, Luther Petty, Troy West, r. W. Jamison, Lloyd Matins, Johniy R. Back, Allen Cumbcrlidge, B. Archer, and Ray Stcpp. Another petition in a compen- jation case was filed in district court today in the case of Traders General Insurance company, •crsus D. K. Brown, in which the jlalntiff asks that the decision of ,ho Industrial Accident board bo set aside. PHILADELPHIA, June 24. M')— Frances Perkins, secretary of labor, gave Democratic women a lesson today on new deal accomplishments to arm them for their part in the coming campaign. Addressing the first of a series of breakfast meetings oi women delegates and national committeewomen, Secretary Perkins said that since inauguration of the new deal better labor legislation had been enacted than in any corresponding three years in the nation's history. "Since March, 1933," she said, "laws have been passed providing for: .shorter hours in 13 .slates; minimum wages in nine slates; protection against accident and industrial disease in 16 slates; regulation and abolition of home work in three stales; curbs on the issuance of. injunctions in 18 .states; and establishment of a 16-year min- imum'age for the employment of boys and girls in seven states." "The new deal has been, is, and will be vitally concerned with the welfare of working women," she the very silence of Electrolux testifies to its simpler, more efficient refrigerating method — no machinery at all! Thanks to this simplicity of operation, it's the only refrigerator that can offer you all these long-life advantages: ® No moving parts to wear ® Lasting efficiency ® Continued low operating cost ® Fullest food protection O Savings that pay for It Testimony still wan being- heard today in county court, as; the dam- ige trial of Mark Long versus the City of Pnmpa went into ils third day. COUNTY RECORD AUSTIN, June 24, (fl'j—Proceed- ings today in the court of criminal ippcals: Affirmed: Ross Yoakum from Jefferson; Chester Elliott from Bowie. Appeal reinstated; judgement affirmed: Estell Pugh from Cass. Appeal dismissed: State of Texis vs. M. T. Wilson from Gregg. State's motion for rehearing overruled; Earl Cockrell from Gregg. Appellant's motion for rehearing overruled: Leonard Johnson from Bowie; Wallace Gillespie from Cass; Guadalupe Garcia from Hidalgo; Arch Lee Watson from Newton; Appellant's motion for rehearing overruled without written opinion: Ross Lytle from Travis. HEADS ROTARY ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., June 24. (/P,_-\Viii R. Manier Jr., Nashivlle, Tenn., attorney, was elected president of Rotary International at its convention today. There was no other nomination and he was declared "unanimously elected" to succeed Ed. R. Johnson, of Roanoke, Va, "In private industry, employment payrolls, and earnings of working women have been substantially improved. The records of the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that in the fourteen manufacturing establishments in this country which employ the largest number of women, employment increased 27.1 pel- cent between March, 1933, and March, 1936, with a corresponding increase of 78.3 per cent in payrolls,, and from 16 to 57 per cent in per capita earnings." She spoke of the annual conferences held by federal and state departments of labor to maintain "the gains made by NRA in the improvement of working conditions." She said that nearly one and a half million jobs for women were filled through the United States employment service between July 1933, and December, 1935. GIVEN 50 YEARS CHILDRESS, June 24, (/!>)—W. E. Stroucl tpday faced a 50-year prison term for the ice-pick slaying of his wife last year. A district jury yesterday delibsrated court three hours and returned a verdict ol guilty. It was Stroud's second tria on the charge. The state sought to show the defendant stabbed his. wife three times after an argument growing out of their separation. Miss Birdie Derrick of Kellerville underwent an emergency appendectomy at Pumpa-Jai'i-att hospital last night. Her condition this mornink was favorable. TT^LECTROLUX'S silence ia more r.1 than a comfort. It's evidence pf the basically different method of Elec- trolux operation, wherein a tiny g^3 burner takes the place of all moving parts. Conic in today and ii .snect tjje beuutiful 193fi models for vnurcc'lf. Terms as low as $5.00 down and $5.00 per month. 6 per cent finance plan. Could you buy ice this cheap? Thompson Hardware Company Phone 43 113 No, Cuyjej;

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