Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on May 28, 1947 · Page 2
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ffttttffe Ne^S, Mafr 28, 194? War Memorial Planned —The Veterans of Por- Wftrs MS announced a new in connection with their . , to Houston as A jjewn&nent War metnoridl. An honor roll will be placed on board the Texas at her permanent moorings. This roll will contain the names of Texans who have contributed one dollar each to the drive. Contributors write th'eir ni«ie -and address on a slip of paper, nlftil it *tth one* aollar toi'Sfi&RSMp- Te^ as, Austin,, Texas, it tofts said. The Veterans of foreign Wars are attempting to raise one hundred thousand dollars using this honor roll, the announcement said. Read The News Classified Ads trite Sees SM!»««" * * • , •»•• #•% - .**-.•*•* S'*.jt *-«•*"* » * *"'•**•• * '• : ' 1 / iju**\*/ ftelleclion in Hoover PHILLIPS 68 IS CONTROLLED* FOR UNIFORM, HIGH-QUALITY PERFORMANCE! • It takes real control to hang up a ringer, and it takes real control to produce a gasoline that gives you uniformly powerful performance all year 'round! That's what Phillips 66 does! By selective blending of high-quality gasoline components you get a fuel designed for top-notch performance on the hottest days or the coldest! See what this famous Phillips 66 "Control" does for your car! Stop at your nearest Phillips 66 Station for a tenkfuH (Phillipsi PHILLIPS 66 GASOLINE 'VOLATILITY CONTROLLED" fo 9 ive you POWER, PICK-UP and PEP! Siand Against Soviet fey DfetVITT MACKENZIE AP Fm-elgn Affairs Analyst Former President Herbert Hoover opens up a wide avenue for serious reflection when he charges that Moscow is delaying rehabilitation of tlit- former Axis nations, and adds that "the reasons for continuous obstruction by Russia to every effort; which would restore production have at least some expression in tho Russian press as a method by which the United States can be bled white by relief measures." Mr. Hoover made this accusation in a letter to the Appropriations Committee of the House of Representatives. He suggested methods of restoring 'the German a n c Japanese economic' to ease the Am- '-".n tax payer burden nnd a. monishcd: "We should wait no longer. Russia will not make war about it," Well, why should Russia want to blned the . <. United States DEWltt white—if that is indeed the desire of the Muscovites? Mr Hoover doesn't dilate on (he subject, perhaps for the reason that the answer is fairly obvious. If that is what the Soviets have in mind, the purposes clearly must be one or both of these: 1. To reduce America from her position as the world's greatest power to one of such economic weakness that she no longer would bo dominant in global affairs. In this connection we must note Moscow's repeated allegations that the United Slates has imperialistic designs and is trying to encircle the Soviet Union. 2. To create a condition of economic chaos in the United Stater, onlc'ulnted to permit Communism to toko over the government and os- Uibllsh a' Soviet, Hoover called for rehabilitation of the enemy countries and, in order to achieve this, urged that the United States mako an immediate peace with Japan, and that the present plan of a tempory centralized German government in the American and British zones of Germany be carried out immediately, subject to our military direction. In a subsequent press conference (lie former president said he wouldn't regard a separate peace with Germany and Japan as a violation of any international agreement. Many observers will agree that much could be achieved in the way of rehabilitation if, say, America niitl Britain should mnke an early -«&*.£ ^^J>M». ana Japan. , it's fseift? f.fea* nothiftg like BSW^-ti^ ftcS&t*'. 6 fc^pemieh o? ttsslft. The qtrestion of Prance's ftt-- titude also arises, and'in this connection Mr. Hooter expresses the belief that if Moscow- and Paris' would cooperate, world economic re^- coyei-y could come in tw*> or three years. Grade Reports As if the u-orld weren't confused enough now, along comes a, well- known East Indian writer and says the Irish, race is really descended 'rom the Hindus. 3otne to think, of .t there may be something In it at -,hat. Both races certainly enjoy be- ieviling the Engish and I have a ;oupie of favorite >ld Irish uncles who saw a lot of BenRal tigers and • v - i ftf*Cl« ••'" East Indian jungle pythons every time they'd had a few too many. Be that as it may, the two nationalities may derive from the same source but it would certainly be difficult to get them together today. Can you imagine people having names like Mahatma O'Brien and Sahib McGuinness! Some of the old Irish tunes might look a little strange too, with title like "When Tibetan Eyes Are Smilin,," "The Wearing of the Sheets" and "My Mother Came Prom Rajput." BLUE PRINTING Now Available in Pahipa Also Reproduction of Typewritten Material ONE DAY SERVICE M. N T. Blue Print Co. Waldon E. Moore George W. Thompson 512 W. Klngsmlll Phone 1705 DANCE Every Night to Jack ;£• Gulhrie Recording Band DANCING fl TO 12 i EACH NIGHT BELVEDERE CLUB On the Borger Highway A wide variety of flow- ers available for sprays and wreaths; also potted plants and fresh cut flowers. f Wherever a uniformed / American has been laid / to rest, we place this wreath of words. Be he known or unknown . . . whatever his name, color, origin or creea 1 , let us i ; remember that he took upon himself the sacred obligation of dying thai we and our children might live and prosper in peace and freedom. We can show our gratitude to the dead only by no king peace and freedom for ail live forever. i • Place your order as early as possible in order to have the most complete selection to choose from. Clayton Floral Co, ' 410 E. Foster Phone 80 Price Greenhouse 220 N. Ward Phone 1881 'S 406 N. Cuyler Phone 21 Also Remember You Gan Wire. Flowers to Any Poijit Poole, 503 S. Gtllespie and Bbyd, Bo* 1301, «f Fampa, p pated in the Pantex ordnance $400,000 emergenejr clearance sale Friday, when the War Assets Administration sold all but $7,000 of struettori 'of fJa COft- . fora, lot IftcMd- Ing Boyd bought $193 Worth of building materials. - - . The remaining material froM the sale will revert back to the WAA Customer Service Center which Will continue to operate at the Pantex site 17 mtles northeast of Ahiarillo. Bead fhe Partipa News Hfrtii THURSDAY;,^**IDA*, SATURDAY: ONLY E VE R Y, ! 'ITtM 6 H AR P LY RED U C E D ! NO, MAIL^OR ,P : H6NE ORDERS. 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