Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 1, 1947 · Page 18
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 18

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 1, 1947
Page 18
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• • - Expicled Iron Cnriain' forti** A0«*is •• *JBafrlng an • unforeseen eleventh notlf repriev6, Hungary shortly Will hWe joined the list of Bovie'tizcra Cpuntrles behind the "iron curtain' as the ffisult of .what hon-Gom- inun'istic circles iii BMajiest describe s£ a fted coup d'etat that has substituted Communist Me for What Was trying to be a Efemocrafcy. with ft brief-' intermission, , the land of the 1 Magy!^ bJds f air to pass tinder totWltatt&n' rtfie: again, Was ehry"-*-- 1 "— -•• ..... #lth tho close 61 the war that .Hungary escaped j. ,th6 clutches bl *' Hitler's totality gSn Nazi regime, sty- thfe tiine ! '6i - , the Munich con* , icttinte in '58 the .German Fuehrer .hid -established ;$• firm grip oh Hungary, as 1 lotiiid during a 4 %*>pean four .,... j]JSt >it«r that, and he hung bri u'ti- tilhis own citadel was tottering uu- cto the Allied onslaught. f So the Hungarians got rid of Hit- let*/ but those who were opposed to Opjnmunlsm felt that they had Jtoijied from the frying pan into the fire, for it was the Russians who occupied the country. This wasn't Hungary's first close contact with CfiinmUnism, for back 'in 1919 it had experienced the terrors of the Bolshevist revolution wider leadership i of "notorious fcela l?un when there ' weftf wholesale executions before the K6ds finally were downed. ' Height' from the start of the occupation after the late war the Com« niUnJsls naturally undertook to secure the establishment of a Soviet regime. However, in a general election the Democratic small-holders' Iphat Is, landholders) party woh by a •handsome majority, and a coalition government was established. Perenc Nagy, ' leader of the party became premier and during' 17 months of 'office (which brings us up to the present) fought f or inod- crate. conservatism. In this he was met with heavy' opposition by the Communist minority.. ' -.''.' . >Now, comes "the climax. Premier Nagy recently went to Switzerland ','ort ;yacatl6n/' Yesterday the Buda«. pest government announced that he hft'd 'resigned in Switzerland, and a high, Hungarian informant said he had been "pushed from office" in . »;- Communist coup. Actually Nagy » apparently had designed- the day to$flra;ibut'the news had been withheld in ljudapest. < •>..ln: 'Washington, Russia's' reported charges, 'of plotting against. Nagy T$te: viewed as part of a Soviet attempt to clinch - Communist control' of Hungary before the Bed troops withdraw. iVHungify's bitter political odyssey sjiicfi -the : war is similar to that of Other 'countries which have been occupied '-by Soviet troops. Hungary, being strategically located astride . itfte '.Danube at the gateway between •\Cehtria-l Europe and the Balkans, is fltrtsourse one of the states which •Itussla .is most anxious to have sfttHin the Soviet zone of domination. ••Possession being nine points * OJT4 trie, law, Hungary's chances of .csc$j)e don.'* look too good right ». '"' ' " ' 1 obeetieNews (Special)—Mrs... Jim BaYtbnrNelda, Janie, =and Barbara left last weelc.fpv Fairfield, 111. ' ; Mr. and. Mrs, carrell Hignight and son of Memphis, Texas, were re- cfent yisttors'in .the home of Mr. and 5. Prank Mote. : Mr, and Mrs. warren Witt of Boiler -spent last weekend lit the home of her mother, Mrs, . Arlie Jef; ,fus;, ., '•_; , ' i '.Mr. and' Mrs. Ollie Oiilnn and children of Saiv Diego, Calif., visited last Monday in the home of his godmother, Mrs. W. K. Patterson. •"Mrs. Ethel Guttm of Sugden, Okla., is visiting in the home of her ':ij»ther, (Mrs. W.]R. Patterson. i Mr.: ai>d . Mrs. Jimmy Howartoii 'vttA 'son have returned to Boswell, N.' M, ^ where. -he is stationed in the -V: S.^Army.''niey haw been spend' intf a 15-day furlough with her par. ents, .Mr.'an(i Mrs. O. E; Sims. ( ' Mr KaA Mrs. Linden Sims visited his parents, Mr, and Mrs. o. E. recently. ' Mr. *nd Mrs. Bay Dyson and son o! CaUtornia are visiting her par- Mr- and Mrs, J. S. Oswalt. Mr. and Mrs, Walt Key were ' ''Pampa visitors Thursday. s. J^rawk Mote, Mr&. Hogan and a and Mrs, Qalvin Hogan were , visitors Thursday, '' ^ Mrs. Cecil Eubanks of Seymore '(Spent last weekend in the home ' tier, parents, Wv- and Mrs. A, H, ' , __ ' Mrs. B. E. ZeU aixd children and . A. B, fcancast?! 1 and BeWy Jean were Pampa visitors _ __ , B. fk, ^eonar4 and Aubrey Lee Leonard retimed Tlwrsday Wight 'Worn a Visit with relatives in AW' '' -Jaw. B- »• Leonard's sister and l>er , granddaughter returned with them, Patty »9»n- ofPampa spent, Wednesday WlgW Ju tt;e home of her , grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. P- J - Vwi JfiauOt j, H. T. 4. Qeeiaioyw, Ralph * »d J, B. Patt?r«Mj attend- a»\ Eastern star seftfcrt of Uvfiw- 8. Mrs.B. B. jm Tuesday ...... QuliUte Q94wtn-wa!ii » vis- Wttrit Urtd»f Way to Widen Hlghwoy 66 ShAMftOoK, (Specian — Forty persons manning $296,000 tvorth of machinery have otgun the earth and drftitiage > work of the 18.38-niile stretch of road between Shamrock and ihe Grafr Cfotmty Hne, th* first step in. converting V. S. 68 into a four-lane highway. Throe group's of workers are busy on the projectr-one group is working near the Gray County line, an- o'ner at Long Dry Creek, just west of Lcla, and the third between Lela and th-i Port Worth and Deliver underpass. . Although work has been under way for two weeks, the job, slowed by rain, is—0n4y-about 10 percent finished., W. L. Spencer, superintendent, 'stated last week. Contract for the project was let to Bell and Brtden Construction Company of Amarillo for $225,725. The Job could be completed within 60 days under lavorable weather conditions, the superintendent said. Between 30 and 40 culverts are being constructed along the route and a 125-foot bridge is ebing buitt over Lnng Dry CrreK. About 60 percent of the person- t'ATHER AND SON John Phillip Souna, the "March King." led the United States Marine band for 12 years. His father, Antonio Sousa, WBS once a trombone player in the same band. nel working on the project are local men. Pampa News, Sunday, June 1, 1947 PAGE RIVER'S SOURCE Egypt's greai, river, the Nile, fins its origin in liny springs in the "Mountains of the Moon." These arc a range near the equator in the Belgian Congo, between Lake Edward and Lake Albert. MONTHLY SHEARING- ^ Some wool is produced- irt each of the 48 states of the Union, Mth shearing being a year-round proposition. Sheep nre sheared in some part of the country every month of the year. THtiS WITH A BRAND NAME YOU NiVESl HEARD-OF BE- TIRES MADE BY A TURER WHO DOSS NOT HfS NAME ON THEM. Byf Tiiey The Tire That Has Out s$ld AH Others 32 Cosisecyfive Years end Is Delivering Better Service Than Pre • War Tires jUf><3^ TER^ S New i* yew opportunity, Mr. Meteritt, te tred« off these wern tires ef yours and be ready tor the hot weather that lies ahead. We will pay you and pay you wed for that doubtful unused miieaae srW left in yewrires. •' •:..• \*&£$....£^ W A* UHHf M VrfttHW 90% OF ALL TIRE TROUBLE COMM IN THE LAST 10% OF A TIRE'S LIFE. . , , Den't be caufht shertl Let Gunn-lro*. equip ,ys»ur car with the World's First 6he!«e Tires. You'H be «lad you beufht durinf tMi big, ten day Tr«Je In Sale. This Salt Now on at All Three Stores WINGED -i**. F *%? 500 W. FOSTER IK PAMPA-AMABIILO-BQRGER T1ACT08 rilES and IMPLEMENT TIRES i W« k«vt tfct targ«st stock of rh«« tirn In HM Panham^l*. <ltt let new »e harvest the biggest wheat crsp «v»r, by •quipping your tractor and combine with Geod-YMH- OMN TRIAD tractor and implement tfre*. • / '" COMPLETE STOCK OOOP-YEAR TRUCK AND PICKUP TIRES OFF OF THE ROAD TIR|t We have in stock Hie foHowhi^ Greyer anil off tht rwt* tires ' 7i«44 , UM-24 ItW'll . > >i HH-14 w ^v \ *M ' "" > ^ *, » :, ,*..< >ij.i *t

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