Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 25, 1936 · Page 5
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 5

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, June 25, 1936
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"if irr^YiTTir' ill EVENING, JUNE 26, 1936. PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Parnfra, Texas PAGE Pick Vacation Spot of Rare Scenic Beauty In this valley, entirely circled by the towering peaks of Rocky Mountain National Park, Gov. Alt' M. Landon and his family \vill spend the summer. The 'presidential nominee has rented the McGniw ranch, buildings of which are shown at left and center beneath tall pines. The ranch contains 1280 acres, half of it being inside the park, and five miles north b£ Esles Park village. Gow Creek, a mountain stream, well stocked with trout, runs through the ranch. To thc-Landons it will seem like a homecoming, as they have snent several summers in the Dark and have-many friends in the vicinity. Candidates May File Campaign Expenses Now Candidates were reminded from the office of Siler Faulkner, count; Democratic chairman, that today is'the first day to file statements o campaign expenses for the firs primary election. Deadline for filing the cxpensi 'accounts will be at midnight, Tucs day, June 30. It was announced that all cnndi dates had paid fees to insure ap pearance of their names on the ballots, with two exceptions. One failure to pay was reported in the county sheriff's race, and the other in the contest for constable in LeFors, precinct 1. Mercury Soars To 120 Degrees At'SanBerdoo' • It gets hot in other sections of the nation, too. For instance, the mercury went to' 120 in San Bernardino, Calif., last Sunday just before a party of P&mpans left on their return trip to; Texas. Included In the party were Mrs. Bessie Stone and two daughters, Levonne and Lenore, and Mrs. L. N; Brashears and daughter, Sonja Sue, who have been vacationing in Southern California since Easter. They were accompanied to Pampa by Miss Gloria Belle Atkinson of Los Angeles, who is a guest at the Brashears home. They arrived here yesterday. McLean Group to Sing at Church McLEAN, June 25.-—Tlio McLean Sirtging class will hold a special session at the First Methodist church here next Sunday after- hoon beginning at 2:30 o'clock, according to an announcement by President Fred Staggs. Several special numbers arc promised from nearby towns and all singers are urged to attend. Amarillo Jaycees Join Both State, National Groups The Amarillo Junior chamber of commerce will become affiliated with both state and national Junior chambers of commerce, it was decided at a meeting of directors last night. The decision was unanimous, it was learned here this morning. Pampa's Junior chamber of com- mferce was one of the sponsors of tlia Amarillo club. More than a year ago, a group of young men from Pampa attended u luncheon und urged organization of an Amarillo Jiiycee' group. Last year Pampa and Borger Jaycees gathered in Aiftarillo and a junior division of the Aittarillo chamber of commerce was organi?ed. A few months ago the Amarillo juliiors became independent and af- fllVation with state and national organizations was immediately ad- voiSated. The Pajnpa Jaycees have been affiliated with both the national and state chambers of commerce for several years. Drought Destroys Mid-West Crops CHICAQO, June 25 {/P)—Intense heat hastened the destruction of cttjps in drought scourged sections of the west today. Concern grew apace as the federal forecaster of Chicago described the current month as the second driest Jtiiie oil record. No relief was sighted'. Meteorologists cited the "likli- hped of a few scattered thunder- slftwers in the northern third of the n6rtn central states" but predicted generally fair weather accompanied t>jr ; "abnormally high" temperatures. in North Dakota—where officials ned half the state's 87,000 farm wwe in need of assistance ' B.? of 197'.4«8Vees at B(s- .pSarpk, V)5 at Jamestown, and X01 ~ were recorded yesterday. Inventor Slain; Foe Is Hunted A young man alleged to have quarreled over business with D. McFarlan Moore, G7, above, former associate of Thomas A. Edison, was sought by police after the noted inventor was found shot to death at his East Orange, N. J., home. Moore had more than 100 patents to his credit and played a largo part in televis'on advance. . Branch of Miami Dies Here BALLOON FLIES MINNEAPOLIS.. June 25 (^—Exceeding the expectations of its designers, the transparent stratosphere balloon launched by fir. Jean Piccard, scientist teaching at the University of Minnesota, today Jrested 613 air miles from home. Dr. Piccard and his associates launched the bag yesterday on the campus. TO BROADCAST EARLIER NEW YORK, June 25. (/P)—The networks have decided to start broadcasting of the Democratic notification ceremonies from Phil-' adelphia on Saturday night a half- hour earlier than originally scheduled. This will bring them on at 6:30 instead of 7 «C. S. T.). The extra half-hour will consist pri- marily of a concert by the delphia orchestra under the dlirfec- tion of Charles O'dohhell. The News' Want-Ads bring results. Polvogt Suffers Broken Leg in Game at Enid Fred Polvogl.. hard luck catcher of the Hubcr baseball team from Borger, is in a hospital at Enid, Okla., with a fractured leg received when he slid into second base in a game between the Hubcr , team and the Ea.son Oilers of Enid. The veteran Borger catcher was playing in his second game since he broke a small bone in his ankle here last month. Polvogl got in I front of one of Ledfrod's fire balls here. i Borger lost the opening game oC the serins to the Oilers, 12 to 9, but won the second game, 14 In D. The Oklahomans dropped » pair of games in Borger las I week. LcUy Carithers, Huber pitcher, hit :i : home run with the buses drunk to ' help win his own yame in Enid. Chody was charged with the loss of the first game. SMITH AT HOME NEW YORK, June 25. (/P)—Former Governor Alfred E. Smith who created much speculation when he quietly left town yesterday, has no gone to Philadelphia for the Demo cratic convention and has no intention of doing so, persons close ti him said today. He is in scclusioi at some undisclosed place near Nev York. Mrs. C. C. Branch, 57, resident of Miami for 13 years, died late yesterday afternoon in a local hos- jitnl following a long illness. Mr. Branch is a well known wheat farmer in the Miami community. The :amily resides in Miami. Surviving Mrs. Branch are her rmsband, three daughters. Mrs. H. H. Keahy, White Deer, and Misses tfary Francis and Sarah Ellen, at lome, four sons, T. A. of Cut- mnk, Mont., J. B. of Arp, and C. F. and H. E. of Miami, three sisters, Mrs. M. S. Davis, Grapevine, VIrs. Noxon Nolan, Clarksville, Tenn., tnd Mrs. Cliff Leggett, Indee, N. M. wo brothers, J. B. Baumgardner Wellington and J. T. Baumgardner of Shamrock. The body is at the Pampa Mortuary. Funeral arangements 'will lot be announced until the won rom Montana arrives. Miss Pearl Anderson of Pampa, re- urned yesterday following a three- veek visit with friends and rel- tives in Chincilla, Calif. "Siege of the Alamo" Tito play which will be given at the Texas Centennial celebration. Special numbered seats on sale Pampa Drug No. 1. Children 35c Adults 55c Tax Inc. Tent Located 1 Klk. li'ist of Post Office REX ends today CHARLES BICKFORD in MARINES Fiday .and Satuday Columbl. PUtui* with 3ENEVA MITCHELL ALSO— TOM MIX "THE MIRACLE K1DEH" —in— KIDDIES' SHOW Saturday Morning Free for All ' Guessing Contest Ends Today "Charlie Chan's Secret" STATE Fri. Sat. Buck Jones —In-r- "One Man Law" "Lucky Stars' Friday and Saturday THE WORLD AGAINST ONE WOMAN! PLUS Our Gaud 'Comedy ami and Boys! Girls! .#10 IN PHIZES Anyone can enter. Prizes are $5, $3 and $2 in sporting goods merchandise. Select what you want I DO THIS! "I Come to Wards for full * instructions and to register. 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