Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 25, 1936 · Page 8
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Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, June 25, 1936
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ftMJS EIGHT THE PAMPA DAlL* NEWS, Pattpa, T<>x*i "EVENING, JUNE 25, 1936. Classified Advertising Rates Information All want eds are tMMy oanh unit »fe accepted over the phone with the .positive understnndinK that the account t«'to be paid when our collector calls. PHONE YOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker wtll receive ;»pur Want Ail. helping you word it. All Alia for "Situation Wanted" and ."Ijoat and Found are cash with order wnd will not be accepted over the telephone. •^Out-of-town advertising cash with •order. The Pnmpa Dally NEWS reserves the right to classify all Want Ada Hinder appropriate headings and to re- yise or withhold from publication any teopy deemed objectionable. Notice of any error must be given in time for correction before second insertion. "" In cage of any error or an omission In advertising of any nature The Dnily MEWS shall not be held liable for tdamages further than the amount re- cetved for such advertising. LOCAL HATE CARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 3, 19S1 1 day. 2a 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 USED CAR VAMJKS! 1035 ptd. Chev. Coarh . ...S475 1934 Ford DcLuxc Fortlor S425 1933 Chevrolet Sedan $325 1932 Ford Conch S265 1931 Chevrolet Coach $200 1932 Ford V-8 Coupe S225 1930 Chevrolet Sedan S175 1929 Ford Coupe S 85 1929 Ford Tudor S100 1934 Chevrolet Truck S325 MA(.v CTJLBERSON- SMALLING "A'Vtl CHEVROLET < r'ANI COMPANY. In*. Service Dept OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS 'We wish to thank our many friends for the beautiful flowers, and the sympathy shown us during the Illness and death of our father, brother and son. Mrs.T. C. Hosklns and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hallmark. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weaver. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Willingham. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jeffreys. Mrs. Martha Ymidell. Mr. Clyde Mize. CARD OF THANKS (Words are inadequate to tell oui 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 FOR SALE—One three-piece living room suite for storage charge. Telephone 1040. Pnmpa Motor Freight Lines. 3c-72 FOR SALE—Two good jersey" milk cows. 401 Roberta. 3c-72 FOR SALE Beautiful volcanic 3-Coloired Rock for rock garelcns. Fencing or trimming: flower beds. 514 West Foster Phone 547 FOR SALE—Nearly new studio couch and used 9x12 rug. Call 138. 2c-70 FOR SALE: Used Ice Boxes $1.50 to $7.50; 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 FOR SALE: T^ft. General ETectric refrigerator, Phone 902 or call at 108 W. Browning. 3e-70 FOR SALE—$50^00 buys a young /Jersey cow, just fresh. May be se.en 2'4 miles west of Kingsmill, across from Texhoma Co. Gp-72 USED CARS IB.Ifi Four Door Sedans ... {Discount) 1934 Ford V-8 Coach 1933 Chevrolet Coupe . S 385 S 225 1333 Plymouth Coupe 1934 Plymouth Sedan 1929 Chevrolet Coach S 575 .'75 1035 Ford V-8 Coupe ... 1935 Ford V-8 Pickup .. 1931 Chevrolet Coupe S 450 1920 International Truck 192!) Ford Seiliin 1!)34 Chevrolet Coupe 1932 Plymouth Coach ..' 50 315 200 Tom Rose (Ford) Poultry 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. njpdern, E. Francis, paving, $1275. 5 R. modern and 3 R. 50ft. lot near pjavlng, $1275. 6 R. modern duplex. income and home $1100. 5 R. mod- 'eRn $600. 4 R. modern stucco, corner 1$, near paving, $700. Dandy 2 lajge rooms, near school, $350, an- Ofcher, $300. House to move, $225. BUSINESS CHANCES. Four goad bjjys, down town money ' making cfcfes complete. $950, $850, $700, and $800. Service .station on highway, in P^mpa, .$250. Small hotel $100. JOHN L. MIKESELL, Duncan Bldg. Phone Ige. FjpR SALE—Three room house, ga- fage, 6B-foot M. Also, vacant lots near school, 601 s. Barnes. 6p-70 Pullets & Started Chicks (All Ages) Just to remind you again, a good laying flock of hens produces more revenue than any ether farm product. This is your opportunity to buy the finest strains of layers in West Texas at Very Reasonable prices. 25,000 Reds, Buffs, Wyamloiics, Black Giants, Cornish Game, Minorca?, White Rocks, Barred Kecks, White Leghorns and Brown Leghorns from 1 wk. to 1 mo. old at 7!<.c to 19!ic each. 6,000 Leg-horn roosters 1 mo. old a( lOJ.jc each. 8,000 White Leghorn Pullets 1 me. old at 35c. 500 Anronu Pullets 1 mo. oM at 35c. 200 Br. Rocks 1 mo. old, 20c each. 200 S. L. VVyaiidottes 1 mo. old, 20c each. 200 W. Rocks 1 mo. old, 20c each. 200 Brown Leghorns 3 wks. old it 18J4c each. 300 Dark Cornish Game 3 wks. old at 18!£.c. 200 Reds 1 mo. old at 20c each. Also Many Other Breeds and Ages. Clarendon Hatchery CLARENDON, TEXAS Open Pay and Night If Mrs. W. G. Martin 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. BjPR SALE OR LEASE— DAIRY. •..Will sell buildings and equipment. Vftil sell or lease cows. Route clearing $15 .per day. Reason for selling, opier business. For full information, s$p Dr. W. M. Long, 407 '/a N. Main S{., Borger, Texas. 6c-70 SALE— Three room house, 2 'iota, for cash. 401 N. Christy. ' _ ' 12p-74 Help Wanted WANTED—Midcileaged white Jady ,tp c(o general housework for employed qqupie. Must be clean, ryiat a.p4 gdpd cook and housekeep- ef. No other need apply. Will give hpjne and wages. Call at 1015 E. Ffancis. 2c-71 IffJLP WANTED—Man over 25"free 'to travel. Future assured with na- t^pnal Jir.m if you qualify. Neat ap- pgarance and willingness to work Oflly requisite. Apply in person room 9, First National Bank Bldg. 3 to 5 Friday. ip-70 WANTED—Lady Foster. cook. 514 3c-71 WANTED—Enroll ira- !)hedlately. Positions now open in wfiitern states. Primary, intermedi- advanced grades. Commercial, history, English, jprin- others. Professional t Bureau, 411 Judge BJdg., Sglt Lake gity, Utah.26c-95 erience - and to baby. j^ he neat, street. ' BABY CHICKS Popular breeds, day old and started. Hatch off each Monday and Tuesday. DODD'S HATCHERY 1 Mile Southeast Pampa Wanted WANTED—To drive your car to Dallas for ride or will share expenses. 1017 Christine. Phone 196-J. lp-70 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. Bpx^476 : 6C-70 If Mrs. MTp. Moore wiTf~call ~at the Pampa Daily News, she will receive a free ticket to see "The Case Against Mrs. Ames" showing at the La Npra theater Friday or Saturday. Beauty Parlors POUDRE PUFF BEAUTY SHOP, now under new management, announces the following specials for one week only: $5.00 oil wave, $3.00. 2 awyes for $5. $3.50 pil wave, $2.50. 2 waves for $4.50. Licensed and experienced operators. Mrs. Fay Wilson, Mrs. Ethel PaiUey, Miss Josie Young. 321 west Foster St. 3c-72 BEAUTY PARfcQR; LADIES A PERSONALITY HAIR COT, AQc, Mr. White at Milday Beauty Shop. Phone 406. 26c-84 FOR RENT—Furnished apartment. Bills paid. 221 East Foster St. 3c-72 FOR RENT—Three room furnished modern apartment, with garage. Inquire at 411 N. Frost. 2C-71 FOR RENT—Nice front bedroom. Adjoining bath. Close in. Cheap rent. Apply 208 W. Browning. lc-70 FOR RENT—Furnished housekeFp~ ins room. One small house. Adults. , 825_W._King.smill. _ 2C-71 I FOR RENT—Modern two~ room , apartment, furnished. $0.00 per week. Washer, second house north- telephone building. lc-70 FOR RENT—Nice apartment at 720 West Francis. No children. References. Call 503-J. lc-70 FOR RENT—One two room aparU ment. Also 1-room apartment, and one nice bedroom. 121 s. Starkweather. ip-7o FOB RENT—ThrcTl-oorrrfuniished apartment. 508 N. Russell. Couple onl.V. Gc-74 FOR RENT—Three room strictly modern apartment Private batli. Garage. Either partly furnished, or unfurnished. Inquire 200 N. Ward. Apartment No. 4, or phone 138. 2c-70 For Your VACATION! No endorsers or security requ/red. $5 to $50 Lowest Hntps Loans made In a few mlnntes. PayVncnts arranged to suit you. SALARY LOAN CO. ],. II. WARREN, Mitr. Flist National Bank tilde. Room 9 Phone »08 MONEY FOR VACATION Salary Loans — Persona) 1/oitni $5 to $50 We Require No Security We solicit Oil field and carbon black workers. Payments *r- rangcd to suit you. All dealings strictly confidential. Loani mad« n a few minutes. Lowest Rates PAMPA FINANCE CO. J. S. Slarkey. Mgr. 109H S. Cuyler Phone 450 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 Constitution's Birthplace FOR RENT— Three room apartment. Bills paid. Children not barred. 525 Frederic St. 1 block cast Jones- Everett Machine Shop. 4p-72 FOR RENT—Four room House". Water inside and wired with lighl.s. qnll nt 522 N. Roberta St. Talley addition. S. D. Dodd. 2p-70 FOR RENT—Two room unfurnished house. 627 N. Banks. . 3p-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. Broadview Hotel. 4c-71 FOR~RENT—Three room furnished apartment. $25.00 per month. Phone 279. 3p-70 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Close in. Adults only. 415 W. Browning. 3c-70 FOR RENT—Two large furnished rooms. Modern. Bills paid. Electric refrigeration, with garage. $36. Murphy apartment*. 117 N. Gilllspie. 6c-73 FOR RENT—To couple, southwest bedroom. Outside entrance, connecting bath. Sealy Mattress, garage. Call 1219. 425 N. Yager. 3c-70 FOR RENT—Three room furnished house. Bills paid. 535 S. Somer- vilie. Gc-72 FOR RENT—Nice front bedroom, adjoining bath, with garage. Phone 905-R or 1145. Cc-71 FOR RENT—Clean rooms. $3 per week. 500 N. Frost Virginia Hotel. 12p-77 Work Wanted WORK ~ WANTED job or to cnre for someone's home during absence. Can give reference. Phone 9543. 3p-7" lad CARD READINGS. Past, presen and future. 506 E, Craven " Gp-74 Miscellaneous WORK wants part time housework. Ex perienced. Can give reference Write box L. T., care of Parnp EJaiiy News. 3p-7 If Mrs. MrpTbowns wilfcall a the Pnmpa Daily News, she will re ceive a free ticket to see "The Gas Against Mrs. Ames" showing at th La Nora theater Friday or Saturdaj WORK WANTED— "Unencumbere lady, twenty-six, wants permanen house work. Can give references. i>/ blocks N. Hilltop Grocery. Borge highway. 3c-7 WORK WANTED—Capable whit woman would work ,by day o week. Good city references. Prefe working people, home nights. Migh .consider .practical nui'fiintv. Mrs Kitchen. 029 N. Russell. 3p-7 WORK WANTED—Experienced gir wants housework. 844 E. Campbel Street. 3p-7 WORK WANTED—Experienced gir wants housework. 408 E. Malone Street 3p-7' .Legal Notice FOR RENT—Two room unfurnished house. Phone 985 or call at G07 E. Brunow. Cc-70 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—1 Vacancy in Kelly apartments. Frigidaire. Bills paid. Apply Apt. No. 5. 28p-86 FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment. Bath. On pavement. 525 S. Cuyler. 12p-69 Lost ,OST OR STRAYED—Big Poland China boar hog. Notify J. K. McKenzie, 1012 Schneider. Reward. 3p-72 NOTICE OF BOARD OF EQUALIZATION THE STATE OF TEXAS County of Gray In obedience to an order of th Board of Equalization, regularlj convened and sitting, notice i hereby given that said Board o Equalization will be in session ii the office of Siler Faulkner, in the Court House in Pampa, Gray Coun ty, Texas at 9 o'clock a. m. 01 Tuesday the 7th day of July, 1936 for the purpose of determining, fix ing and equalizing the value of anj and all taxable property situated ii the Pampa Independent Sclioo District, Gray County Texas, foi taxable purposes for the year 1936 and any and all persons interestec or having business with said Boarc are hereby notified to be present. By order of the Board of Equalization, Roy McMillen, Secretary. June 23rd-25th. Room and Board ROOM AND BOARD: First class on' pavement. 121 N. Warren Phone 798-J. 3c-71 An Uo-To-The-Minnte Directory of BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Best In EVERY BUSINESS PAMPA The Finest In Every PROFESSION Accountants . R. ROBY 13 Combs-Worley, R. 980 W, Of. 787 Bakeries •AMPA BAKERY •red Schaffner, 115 W Foster, Ph. 81 Boilers . M. DEERING Boiler and Weldin? Works, Pampa, Phone ?92— rK'el- lerville, Phone 1610F13. Building Contractor* . KING. 414 N. Sloan, Phone 163 Cafes CANARY SANDWICH SHOP doors east of Rex theater, PJi 760 Churches IRST BAPTIST CHURCH i. E. Lancaster, Pastor, Phone 526. City Offices 1RAY COUNTY RELIEF BOARD ity Hall. JEnyi?oy.n.ient Office, hone' 436. • • IJTY OF PAMPA d. City Dvlmnt, City Ml., Ph. 3»4 ity Health Dcpt., City HI., Ph. 1183 ity Mgrs. Office, City HI., Ph, 1180 ity Pump Station, 7fl6 N. Ward, Phone 1. y Wtr & Tax Qfc. pity III. Ph »81 ire Station, 803 Weat Foster, Ph. GO olice Station, Ph. 555. County Offices GRAY COUNTY OF. CT. HOUSE Uditor and Treasurer, Phone 1058 onstable's Office, Phone 77* ounty Clerk, Phone 11'. ounty Farm Agt., Hm. pemonstr., Phone 844. ounty Judge, Ph.pnp ,837 istrict Clerk, JP fepne 785 u^tice of Ppaeje, j»l. >fo. 1, Ph. 77 vwtice of Peaqp, N». 2, Phone 638 fceritt's Otticf, Pftone 845. upt. Public Instruction, Phone 1084 Tax Assessor, Phone 1047 Tax Collector, Phone 603 Sherman White, Phone 1838 Florists CLAYTON FLORAL COMPANY 410 East Foster, Phone 80. Freight Truck Line —See Motor Freight Lines, Insurance M. P. DOWNS AGENCY Combs-Worley Bldg., Phone 336. Laundries '• Cleaners YOUR LAUNDRY & DRY CLENRS 301-09-,Kast Francis, Phone 675. Machine Shops JONES-EVERETT MACHINE CO. Barnes And Frederick Sis., Ph. 843 Newspapers PAMPA DAILY NJ3WS 323 West Foster, Phone C6C-667 Printing PAMPA DAIILY NEWS Phone (JGfi Schools Baker, East Tuke, Phone 931. High School, 183 W. Francis, Ph. 70 Horace Mann, N. Banks, Ph. 934 Junior High, 186 W. Francis, Ph. 851 Lamar, 301 jC.uyler, Phone 957 Sam Houston, 900 N Frost, Ph. 1191 School Garage, 706 N.' Bussel.'P 1157 Roy McMipn, City Hall, Ph. 569 S.up.t. Pub. S,schls. AZ3 W. Fran. P 957 Wq'odrow Wilson, J5. Iftrovmg, P. 044 Transfer & Storage PAMPA TRANSFER & J3TGE. CO. 500 West Brown, Phone 1035' Welding Supplies JONES-EVERETT MACHINE CO. Barnes & Frederick Sts., Phone 243! I WILL NOT be responsible foi any accounts made in my name or in connection with my business unless accompanied by an order either signed by myself or Mrs Downs 6r_unless made personally by either of us. Signed M. P. Downs. 3c-71 Washing, Lubrication, Polishing and Waxing, Tire Repairing SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION End of West Foster Street PAUL V. CLIFFORD PHONE 1122 garments. Mrs. Tom Bliss. Phone LANG I5R TRAILING FARGO, N. D., June 25, (/P)—Gov. Walter Welford lengthened his lead over former Governor William Langer In the race for the republican ubernatorial nomination' today while "regular" democratic candidates in the North Dakota primaries widened their margins over "progressive" oponents. Returns from'583 of the state's 2,242 precincts in yesterday's election gave Welford 33,928 votes to 22.810 for Langer. Political Announcements The Pampa Daily NEWS is authorized to announce the following candidacies subject to the action of ihe Democratic Primary, July 25. For County Judge: C. E. CARY (He-Election) J. M. DODSON SHERMAN WHITE In this building, lneTcncntl?ncc Hall, in Philadelphia, the fathers of the republic in 1787 framed Copyright, 193C, by Kurl !•'. the Constitution which promises to be such a vital issue In the 193G presidential campaign. Dusting The Covers Of Texas History For THE TEXAS CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION OF 1936 For Representative 122nd District: EUGENE WORLEY (Re-EIection) For Counly Clerk: CHARLIE THUT (Re-Elcctioii) For District Clerk: FRANK HILL (Rc-EIection) K. B. "RUFE" THOMPSON MIRIAM WILSON For Sheriff: EARL TALLEY (Rc-Elecliou) BUCK KOONC1E J. I. DOWNS For Constable, Preci.nct 2: OTIS IIENDRIX ' YOUNGER COCKRELL I. S. JAMESQX EARL LEWIS 'or County ConiJflissioncr, Fret. Z JOHN HAGGARD (Re-Election) A, G. (Pete) POST LEWIS O. COX. or County CpnijTiisslaner Prct. 3: THOS. O. KIRBY EARL JOHNSON For Counly Attorney: B. S. VIA JOE GORDON B. L. PARKER JOHN F. STUDER. j'or County Treasurer: JD. R. flENJRY (Re-Election.) MBS. G. C. WALSTAD ror Tax Assessor-Collector: F. E. LEECH (Re-Election) i'or District Attorney: LEWIS' M. GOODRICH (Re-Elec,tlon) CLIFFORD PRALY 'or .Coium,lss.loiver precinct 1 : ARL|E CARPENTER JOHN R. .WI«TE 'or Justice ,ojf thp Peace Frccijnet tfp. i, Plate N». 1: CIIAS. I. HUGHES r J. W. "PJJM-" \GRAHAM \VM. T. Tl 'or state 31st 1 Se CURWS 'or Justice ot Peace, Pro. Z, fl 2: E. F, T,OUNG AUSTIN,—Continuing the narru- ive of the adventures and tragic nds of the members of the cxplor- ng ^xpedltion of Cavalier de La Salle, as written by Don Carlos iguenza y Gongora and translated iy Dr. Carlos E. Casteneda, detailed nformation is given of what pur- jorts to have been some of the mfortunate experiences of the party. "When La Salle returned to camp fter his first attempt to find the iver, the last ship that remained o him had been lost," the account eads. "Because of this fact, he bean in despair from this time on o explore the country to the north the year 1685 (1686). While on the road, he treated his men badly, and even with cruelty. Not the least of these cruelties was the abandonment .of those who could not follow him. He even encouraged them to kill each other in order to appease their hunger. M. Viorelle, one of the King's captains, was one of the victims. Thus, La Salle reached the town of the Asinais, who were called Texas, (which is the same as f trends or comrades). From here, he went on to the village of the Nasonites (Nasones), but not finding what he was looking for, he returned to Fort St. Louis, where he had some of his men shot, cut the ears of others and branded some, whipping almost everybody. Neither the three Recollect Friars, who were with him, whose names were Anastasius, Maximus, and Xenovle, nor his brother, the Cleric Cavelier, nor Chefdeyille, also a priest, were able to dissuade him from his cruel purpose. "In the spring of the year 1686 (1687), he attempted a third trip, leaving M. Bavier as governor of the fort. After a few clays' journey, a surgeon named Liotot murdered one of La Salle's lieutenants, named Moranget, his servant, Saget, and an Indian hunter from Louisiana (Nikar; A merchant called Duhaut killed La Salle with a rifle shprtly afterwards. Duhaut was in turn killed by a sailor, called Reutre, and a certain Hiens, also an English sailor, did the same to the surgeon Liotot. These artrocities, more to be ab- ominated than remembered, were equaled by those committed by the Indian nations Caocosi, Toho ( and Xanna, upon the French settlers left in the Fort of St. Louis, who were surprised and treacherously murdered only to be robbed. "News of ihe coming of M. Li\ Salle to the Mexican Gulf were received in New Spain (Mexico) while his excellency, the Marquis de la Laguna, was viceroy. Although as a result of his orders, the coast was explored and on two occasions land expeditions went as far as the Rio Bravo (Rio Grande), nothing definite was learned of the fate of the French settlement. It was not until the Rev. Father Fray Demian Massanet, a Franciscan missionary, went to the mission of Caldera, founded on the confines of the province of Coahuila. that it was learned from an Indian of the Querns nation, and another called Juan of the Pacqual natifln, that a settlement of white men had been established on the seashore a long distance away. Sixty leagues from the mission of Caldera, in the mountain of Axatscan in the interior, there was another settlement. Massanet notified Captain Alonso De Leon, governor of the province, who with twelve men immediately set out for the latter, where he captured a Frenchman, in spite of the fact that he was guarded by six hundred Indians, who venerated him as an idol. "According to what is said, he was a native of Cheblu in New France (Canada), and one of those who came with M. La Salle. Captain De Leon sent him with Maltin de Mendiondo to his excellency, the Count of Monclova, who was governing at the time. In view of the Frenchman's declaration (which was very brief i, the Count of Monclova gave instructions for an expedition to the French settlement in order to drive out the intruders and to destroy the fort. The'Count of Monclova having been promoted to the viceroyalty of Peru, he was succeeded by his excellency the Count of Galve in New Spain, who with all diligence carried out the plans for the expedition." AIMED TO OPEN CAMPAIGN AT WAXAHACHIE WITH GIANT RALLY AUSTIN, June 25.—One of the biggest political rallies in the history of Texas, both in point of attendance and enthusiasm, will be staged in Wasjahachie at 8 p. m., June 3.6, when Governor James V. Allred opens his second-term campaign there at that time, Marvin Hall, Allred state compaign manager, predicted today. Tlje introductory ceremonies and Governor AU''ed's speech rendering an accounting of his administration to the people will ,be broadcast over a statewide radio hook-up from 8 p. in. to 9:30 p. m. for the benefit of those unfthle to attend the rally in person, Mr. Hall announced. Advance indications pointed to a crowd pf around 10,000. Delegations from E,l Paso to Texarkana and from Amariiio to prownsville have Wjired sta.le cainpaigh heaciquesters their intention to be present, ^.r- rangenients have .l?e ; en made to lave on hand no less than seven n'ass bands to entertain the crowd jefore the speaking begins. 'Official duties as Texas' Centennial governpr, as host to President and Mrs. Roosevelt on their •tour of •he state, and as nprninator for Vice President John Nance Garner at lie ,n#tip.nal Democratic convention n piftiiR^elplxia, hav e delayed the ipening pf-G:pye,i;n,or A,Ure.d's t c9fa- laig'n.'" ' ' ". He plans a smashing, whirl-wind drive down the stretch from his opening speech until July 25, however, and before leaving for the Philadelphia convention this week expressed his confidence that the Texas electorate will accord him the traditional Democratic second term with an overwhelming nomination in the first primary. Tolley Will Be Farmers' Short Course Speaker COLLEGE STATION. June 25— II. R. Tolley, newly appointed head of the Agricultural Adjustment administration, will be one of the chief speakers on the A. & M. Farmers' Short Course program to bo held at College Station July 20 through 24. Tolley was born on a farm in Howard county, Indiana; graduated from high school at Converse; attended Marlon Normal college; received his A. B. degree at Indiana University; and taught school for the first few years after graduating. In the position of assistant administrator of AAA and director' of the unit called the division of program planning, he developed the regional and land-use plans which are now being used in working out the programs under the new Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act. Tolley, who is director of the Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics at the University of California, has done his AAA work on leave of absence from the Foundation. He will speak in Guion Hall at 11 o'clock on Friday, July 24, during the short course. The News' Want-Ads bring results. Owners Everywhere PRAISE ELECTROUIX THE SILENT R E F R I'G"E R A T O R he very silence of Electrolux test!- ies to its simpler, more efficient re- rigerating method — no machinery at all! Thanks to this simplicity ol iteration, it's the only refrigerator hat can offer you all these lon^-life advantages: 1 No moving parts to wear Lasting efficiency V Continued low operating cost Fullest food protection Savings that pay for It TpLECTROLUX'S silence i 3 more J_J than n comfort. It's evidence of the basically different ,tn,Btl)9(l pf E!gc- troliix operation, wherein o tijiy g(ia burner takes i\\e place of sll inbvi|iB parts. Come in today and ijispebt tlio beautiful 1936 models for yourself. Terms as low as $5.00 down and $5.00 per month. G per cent finance plan. Could you buy ice this cheap? Thompson Hardware Company Phone 43 113 No. Cuyler CAP ROCK BUS LINE ADDS NEW SERVICE TO THE LINE Leaves Pampa at 7:15 a. m.. 10:4.0 a. m. and 4:30 p. rn. lor ChUdress, Wichita Falls, FJ. Worth and Dallas. For Okla. City at 10:40 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. over the Cap Rock making direct connections with the Greyhound Lines at Shamrock and ride big .nice buses over all paved rou,te. Dpn't tgk fpr nexj bus, ask for the C*p Rock But.

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