Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 11, 1947 · Page 8
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_J , June 11, 1947 Mainly About ' Patnpa and Her Neighbor Towns Mrs. Roy Reedcr has as pucst in her home this week hrr sister-in- law, Mrs. Robert L. Mills of Wichita Falls. Since the recent deaths of her husband nnd mother. Mrs. Reedcr has decided to close her private classes in voice and piano here and will return with Mrs. Mills to Wichita Falls Saturday. Shr has accepted the position there (if 'church secretary. at the First Methodist Church. Dr. Joe Z Tower. pastor. We also want all nf our DOR I'atcli dance nnd Apron Duller- lovers In attend our party tonlte at the South- fcrn Club. If yon want, to have a good time conic early. ; Mrs. .1. K. Shcllon. who imtlrr- \venl a major operation last Wednesday in Worlr.y Hospital, is reported improving. Hand tailored suits I'li-nly of Woolens. Harry Schwartz. Ph. 1094." Mr. and Mrs. II. ('. Ilorron nnd daughter. Mary Kay. of Lovington. N, Mex., form.-r Pampans. spent the weekend here visiting Mr. and !Mrs. Gcrion .T. Ermis. Mr. and (Mrs. Don Jonrs. and other friends. We have 5 new 703x15 tires and tubes. 5 new wheels with flat base trims, factory made. Ph. 988.' J. E. I itip, von of Mrs. I.ucy I/ine, 321 E. Kingsmill. and student at the Jaw school of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, returned home | Monday to spend the summer'with j Iris mother and crandmolher. Mrs.! J. S. Carter. He plans to return ioj Ann Arbor for the fall term. j and Mrs. W. J. Dewey left today for Pinevillc. Mo., lor an extended fishing trip. Thv Vias returned Monday from Possum Kingdom. Public Stenographer - Abbott Building. Room 4, Ph. 630. F. Crum. 1 Miss Betty Drown, daughter of Mi 1 , and Mrs. Park Brown, has re- i turned to her home following a ton- slllcctomy in a loeal hospital Monday morning, anfi is getting along nicely. Fresh stock candy and cigars at Post Office Lobby News Stand. Lowest prices in town.* Mr. and Mrs. ,Ioc Moll and datiRh- icr, Dolores, of Wallls. are visiting In the home of Mrs. Moll's nephew. Gprion J. Ermis, and family. Get your bicycle tires and tubes fet K. and B. Service Station. 322 N. Cuyler.' Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sholwcll and grandson, Leroy Shotwel, will leave tomorrow for Lawrence. Kans., to attend the graduation of their son- in-law, Herbert C. Borgnrann, who will receive his A. B. degree from, the University of Kansas, having majored in business administration. Mrs. Borgmann and daughter. Nancy Jean, will return with them for ft visit. We. invite all our friends to our Anniversary Dance tonight June llth. Every one assured a good time. Come and Dance- or meet your friends. Vic Diaz modern 7-picce brass band will entertain with request numbers. Adm. 50c per person. Free tabl.rs.. Billic and Al Wcitz, owners. Southern Club.* Mr. and Mrs. John Hairy, Plainview, visited in the home of Mr. iml Mrs. Mcso Johnson yesterday. Mrs. O«rn Johnson and children. Veil. Danny and Clo Ann. and brother, J. B. Oswalt, left Monday for a visit with friends and relatives in Austin and Bat.\svillc. Mrs. Don Ptimphrcy and children client the weekend with relatives in Lecdy, Okln Owner leaving Saturday, can give immediate possession of G-rooni modern home completely furnished, piano optional. Carries good loan. Airs. Roy Herder, 1120 E. Francis, Phone 1fi(i4W." Stags or :)ames arc just as welcome at the Southern Club as their friends are and persons over 70 years old will be admitted free.' \\'. .luck Baker and daughter. Beverly, returned Tuesday from Annapolis. Md., where th.'y attended graduation exercises of the United States Naval Academy. Second Lt. Jack T. Baker, USMC, a member of the uraduating das;;, returned home wi'ih them to spend his 30- dnv leavo. Gc.no Robbins underwent an emergency appendectomy at Worley Hospital Tuesday evening. Ho is reported doing nicely today. Derby Truman Phone Ask me about my business 388 or «7 • SPRINGS • Bring your spring troubles to us. We make repairs and rebuild springs for all cars and trucks. If we don't have them we make them. Brown St. Garage 228 W. Brown St Pampa, Texas Frank Dittmeyer, Owner 32 Years in Pampa (Cuiilitiiii'il Fi'"iii I'.-iu-o 1) we of the United States aiv deeply conscious of our responsibilities to the world. We know that in this trying period, between a war that is over and a peace that is not yet secure, the destitute and the on- prcssed of the earth look chiefly to us for .sustenance and support until they can again face life with self-confidence and self-reliance." The President spoke after Canadian Prime Minister W. L. Mac- Kcnzie King quoted him as having said previously that "the breaking of the peace anywhere is the concern of peace-loving nations everywhere," and declared "this statement of American policy might equally be a .statement of Canadian policy." MacKenzie King voiced the admiration of- the Canadian people for "the qualities of humor, sincerity and courage and the capacity for friendship," he said the President possessed and which has "been particularly evident since the last Congressional elections." Asserting that he had had experience in doaling with legislatures controlled by the opposition parly the veteran Prime Minister observed humorously: "It may serve a;- a, note of encouragement to you wlnir I say I have yet to find that such embarrassments art' necessarily a bar to, many years of office. 1 ' Tho President, speaking after a round of receptions which followed hi:, good will visit, to Ottawa'with Mrs. Truman and hid daughter, Margaret, said ho counted good neighbor Canada "in the forefront of those who shave these objectives anc'. ideals." Airplanes carried fuel tanks full of beer to thirsty ground crews building landing fields on dusty Normandy beachheads. EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING HOOD TIRES * SEAT COVERS • AUTO ACCESSORIES • SKELLY GAS & OILS. —SEE US TODAY- PLAINS MOTOR CO. DE SOTO and PLYMOUTH 113 N. Frost Phone 380 KILLS WEEDS - WILL NOT HARM GRASS The modern method of WEED CONTROL recommended by ell leading authorities. Most efficient woed killing formula known. Does not injure grass or soil. Doe* not harm animal life. 8 oz. size BADCLJFF SUPPLY CO. Myron E. Scott, director of the All-American Soap Box Derby, gives some pointers on the race, and on how to build the best types of racing cars, to three city champions at the Akron finals. Scott advises taking plenty of time to build the car, a thorough study of the official rules, and careful workmanship. * * * * * it- Derby Director Urges Beys lo Take T!;me in Building Soap Box Racers "Don't try to build your Soap Box Derby racing car in a few days, 1 ' said Myron E. Scott, national Derby director, who gives some words of idvice to the thousands of Derby contestants throughout the country. "Take your time with the car, study the rules and design a smart, streamlined racer. Remember, you arc going to compote against hun- Irecls of amateur craftsmen in your ocal community. And in the rational finals at Akron, you will be up against the best drivers and the best cars from all over the ration. 'Be sure to stay within the letter of rules, nnd plan your car and drive your race in keeping with the spirit 'of the rules and with the best traditions of Derby, good sportsmanship." Some other do's and don'ts from cott are: Don't forget the driver's license, vhich must contain an itemized cost report of the car and must be fastened to the car itself before race time. Treat your wheel and axle sets care. Use good oil and be sure your wheels are lined up before 'our first test-run. You may paint your car any color you wish, but don't paint the of- icial Soap Box Derby wheels. Don't test your car on a public Street or highway. Play it the safe vay at all times. Have the car transported to the rack, or inspection point, on un tutomnbilc or truck. Do not tow it ehind an automobile. Build your car to fit your body and your weight. If you arc in doubt, about the wciglrt of your car, weigh it, or parts of it, while it is under construction. Many stores rave large scales you can use. If you want to keep tire wheels off the ground while the car is .rot, in use, build sturdy wooden .lorses 10 inches high for supports. Novelty Rodeo to Be Held Saturday Night A roping contest, and double mug- gin and mule riding contests for grandpa cowboys of the. area will be featured at the Western Novelty Rodeo to be held Saturday night at Recreation Park. Show is to be .•sponsored by the. Pain pa Roping Club. The age. ability, and past pwfor- ruHiiccr, of each contestant as over estimated, by friond.s and relatives of the performer,'; is as follows: Grandpa Homer Taylor, agu 72, formerly of Cheyonne, Wyoming, World's Champion Cowboy, Madison Square Garden in I860. Grandpa Harper Short, 68, champion cowboy at Pendleton Oregon, in 1854. Grandpa H. C. Coffee, 92, an old wagon buss of the J. A. GGGG-ranch. Other grandpa contestants arc Rill Benton, 75; Buck Hiiics, 04; D. M. Self; Brady Davis; Jim MeCrary; K. Combs; Sam Bonner; T. J. Stone; Guy Andis; Paul Carmachiel: Rod Hill; Ray Anderson; and Eddie Vincent. •Junior bull riding, -calf roping and a girl sponsor contest will complete the list of special attractions at the rodeo. Admission will be only to defray the cost of the rodeo itself, stated the Roping Club officials in charge of the show. Commission (('niitlniii'il V'rmn Tutio 11 He added that the Electrical Board is constantly being placed in the middle of a competitor's fight. According to Grossman, Wayne Wallace, manages of the LaNora Theatre, had come ,to him several weeks ago to intercede for him with the city manager in order to get a permit. A temporary permit was given to the LaNora Theatre for a 30-day period recently by the city manager. Under questioning by the mayor and the city manager,. Dennis Pci- pcnspan said that he quit his job because the former city commission would not back him up on jobs he inspected and added that one electrical contractor would pay his full inspection fees and go by the electrical code while another contractor refused flatly to do either. Feigenspan also pointed out that the present ordinance is not strong enough to enforce itself with the National Electrical Code. The hearing today came after T. M. Brooks, manager of the City Electric Co., in company with Wayne Wallace and Attorney Arthur Teed appeared before the City Commission last week and brought the complaint that Jones turned down the job alter he said that it looked OK to him. Wallace reiterated Brooks' claim that Jones .said the job looked all riant, but tlrat he was not in a position to pass it. Just what Jones mount by "not in a position to pas.s it," has not yet been fully explained to the satisfaction of tire City Commission. Duri.ng the meeting in which Brook:; made his complaint to the City Commission, Wayne Wallace told the Commission that up until shortly after Brooks set up business in town the theatre work was done by Frank Hunt, manager of the, Davis Electrical Co. who was the only electrical contractor in town ^t the time. Close to Jhe noon recess of the City Commission, City Manager Steve Matthews told the Commission that the problem is not a new one and becomes serious every day and that something must be done about, it as soon as possible. With few exceptions all parlies this morning carefully avoided the direct use of names of electrical contractors except, when Henry Ma~ tlrniu stated that Frank Hunt was on the Electrical Board with him when it was first organized, but that Hunt since Iras not been on tire board. Other routine business was taken up by the Commission shortly before the electrical discussion camo Bold Continues Hearing Regard fo Texas Ciiy Wafer AUSTIN—(/P)—Texas City industries cannot recuperate from effects of the recent disaster without "almost immediate" diversion of 'large quantities of surface water to that area, witnesses have testified before the State Board of Water Engineers. The consolidated hearing on water rights to Texas City and Oal- veston continued today with the presentation of evidence' and tes- tlnioiij' in support of an . application fro.m the Briscoc Irrigation Company. "The need .for water is growing increasingly acm*." attorneys for Briscoc said yesterday. Oaivcston wants water BO bad tKxt they will take it from cither the Brazos or San Jacinto Rivers." "Water will have lo be made available in the almost immediate future if the great industries at Texas City arc to rcbwild and reinvest in present and planned properties." Witnesses for Briscoe said that company could deliver water Jin the shortest lime because its proposed extension canal was shorter than those planned by cither the San Jacinto River Construction and Recli. nmion District or the American Canal Company. Yesterday the Water Board decided lo continue hearing of the Briscoc application despite protests from the other two applicants that it did not have jarlsriction. The Briscoc Company is a party to a suit now pending in the Stake Supreme Court which concerns T,sx- as City water rights. In 1940 tllb company refused permission to divert' water to Texas City. They obtained a favorable judgement against the water board in a Travis County District Court but the judgment was reversed by the Court of Civil Appeals. Recently .Briscoc asked the State Supreme Court for a writ of error. Two Lefors Stores Are Burglarized The Foxworth Galbmith Lumber Company, Lefors, was burglarized Monday night of $235 and s.'.x radios, while the same thieves are behoved to have taken two large hams,' a, small quanity of other foods and 35 cartons of cigarettes from the nearby Red and White Grocery. It was the second break-in' that has occurred at both stores in the past year, it is reported. Chief Deputy Sheriff Jeff Guth- flc, who investigated the case, said that the thieves pried open a rear window of the lumber yard and made their way from the main office to another office that housed .the safe. The safe's combination knob was knocked off several months ago and had not been repaired, giving the robbers an easy time in breaking through its thin Sinner door to ' remove UYD cash. They picked up six radios and took them along. At thtr Red and White Grocery, also robbed several months ago, Guthric said, they pried their way through the front door and stole the two hams and cigarettes -after they helped themselves to a bottle hf milk and some soda pop, eviden- tally used to wash clown some hastily made lunch from the store's stock. They made their get-a-way through the back. door. Guthrie stated that some faint leads were given and some suspects may be picked up. Atom Control (f'uiilimK.'rl Kront I'UKR 1) tion signed by nations. 4—The Commission shall be composed of nations on tiro Atomic Energy Commission, shall select its personnel on an international basis, and "periodically carry out inspection of facilities for mining and production of atomic materials." 5—Tne Commission shall check existing stockpiles, investigate and verify the accounting and study production operations. 6—The Commission shall "hava access to any facilities for mining production and stockpiling of materials." 7—Signatory slate to the convention prohibiting atomic weapons must have a right to carry on "unrestricted scientific research" directed toward discovery of methods for use of atomic energy for peaceful purposes. Gromyko also asked that the commission assure a wide exchange of information among nations, and carry out special investigations in cases "where suspicion of violations arises. 11 Gromyko told the working committee that Russia would accept tire commission's stand for an in* ternational system of control and inspection instead of pressing the .Soviet version calling fer a system of international control alone. But Gromyko did not define what Russia understands by the term inspection. Some delegates said they hoped he would now give such a definition. Read The Parnj* Nevs W«qit' Mrs. Maude Rogers, 60, Dies in Hospital Here Mrs. Maude Rogers, (i(), wilV: of D. C. Rogers, clie.d early today in a local hospital following a long illness. The family home is in Roberts County, about 11 miles northeast of Pampa. Mrs. Rogers was a member of the Christian Church. She is survived hy her husband, daughters, Mrs, Sylvester Tazdemey, Jr., of Houston aird Mrs. Milton Schutezcberg of Kyle; son, John Thomas at the home; sister, Mrs, Sarah Craig, of Dayton, Ohio; brother, George Fletcher of Dayton. The body is at Dunekel-Carmi- chael Funeral Home where funeral arrangements are pending. The 17-year locust spends only about 1-900th of its life in the winged state. Mongol War (Continued Kvoin J'uijii I) seized by a Chinese border patrol. Reliable sources here said the Mongolian commander had issued a 4B-hour ultimatmn demanding the release of the. captives. The Chinese garrison commander ordered the men freed these .sources naicl. but Iris order reached ' Pietashan too late. The government-sponsoved Chinese Central News Agency correspondent at Tihwo, in a story dated June 10, said the bombing of Piet- ashan had continued up to the time he filed the story and fighting betweeir Mongol aiid Chinese ground forces still was under way. One Chinese dispatch reported a 200- mile invastion of Sinkiang. Braddock Infant Services Today Funeral services were being held at 4 p.m. today from the chapel of Duenkel-Carmichael Funeral Homo for Sharon 'Kaye Braddock, nine-day-old daughter of Mr. a«d Mrs. W. W. Braddock, 613 N. Dwight St. The Infant died in a local hospital last night. Also surviving is on-a brother, James Wiley. Services were being conducted by the Rev. R. Q. Harvey with burial in the Baby Garden, Fairview Cemetery. BRA/ILIAN SILK Brazil is the only country on the American continent which has produced, silk on a commercial scale over a comparatively long period. Color Film Shown To Ptima Joyces The color'fllffl "ttopfc. 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