Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 15, 1947 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 5

Pampa, Texas
Issue Date:
Sunday, June 15, 1947
Page 5
Start Free Trial

If | Atom Commission An examination ty^s announced tWftfr foi* filling Security Inspector iSt>4l|;k>ns with tr. S. Atomic Energy ColJilnttsion at Los Alamos, New Mes&o. Positions will be filled for ft. uhtformed enforcement organi- sation whose principal function Is to'safelfuard extremely fcrfEical'ah'd fjop secret installations, materials and information under the jurisdiction of the tT. S. Atomic finergy Commission. Salaries range 'from $021 to $3773 .a year and advanea- ment in salary is provided for on a systematic basis. Applications, of those between the ages of 21 to 35, must be on file with the office of the Thir- •£e¥f>tti t7. S. Ciiil Service- Region; 144 New Customhouse, Denver 2, Colo., not later than June 23, 1947. Pull information as well as application forms may fro secured from the office of the 14th Civil Service Region, from Cassie L. Balthrope, representative for the Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners, at the Pampa post office. Sell More DIAMONDS Than Any Other JEWELER in the Southwest! $75.00 Three line quality matched diamonds handsomely mounted in Hk qold ring for masculine appeal. USE VOt//? CREDIT FOR THE MAN WHO WANTS A MASCULINE DIAMOND RING The skilled hands of Zale's master craftsmen have styled these rings for masculine appeal. The-superb quality will win you at a glance— the low price will-surprise you. Why not add the most to your appearance with a diamond ring from Zale's! Use our easy terms, as low as $1.00 weekly. PAY $2.50 WEEKLY Large center diamond set in solid yellow gold ring accented by white gold trim lor distinc- tive'smartness. Prices Include Vcdcrid Tax ;-' ...».«,,. MAIL ORDER COUPON s ZALE'S JEWELERS, - Please tend me (lie ring Indicated below: FOR QUALITY GO TO ZALE'S FOB VALUE COMPARE,! DIAMOND IMPORTERS Name . , Address ! ; .Town , Slate : 'CASH ( ) CHARGE ( ) C.O.D. ( ) 107 N. CUYLER i Ot,t of the type-casting rut is June Havoc, star of Broadway iind Hollywood. She retired liom the movies after getting loo many gum-chewing roles, lint now she's back with parts she wants—a sultry siren in the nr-w George Rait picture, "Intrigue," and a secretary role in the forthcoming "Gentleman's Agreement." Phillips Pclroleum Announces Purchase Of Wasateh Holdings Frank Phillips. Chairman of Phillip.; Petroleum'Company, and K. S. Adams. President, today confirmed MI earlier report that the company has exercised its option to acquire through an exchange of Phillips common stock 80 percent of the outstanding common stock of Wa- sp.tch Oil Refining Company of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Idaho Refining Company of Pocatello. Idaho. . The two companies conduct marketing activities principally in Idaho and Utah, where they sell approximately 20 percent of each state's total consumption of petroleum products. The refineries, located near Salt r,.ike City, Utah.' and at Pocatello. Idaho, both have cracking facilities and arc at 'present operating at their combined capacity of about 6,000 barrels, per day. Operation of producing properties, refineries and marketing facilities will be continued under substantially the same management, operating personnel and policies. Wasatch Oil Refining Company and Idaho Refining Company both own producing and proven undeveloped acreage in- the Rangely. Colorado, oil field where Phillips Petroleum Company also has large crude reserves. White Deer Seaman Enters Celebration Daniel D. Langcn, 20, seaman, first class, son of-A. A. Langcn of White Deer was i\ visitor of San Francisco recently, when the destroyer, the USS John R. Craig, of which he is a crew member took part in the Maritime Day celebration, held in San Francisco. Local DAY Lashes Out at Delay in Hospital Building The Pampa Chapter, Disabled American Veterans, has labeled the "halt" in construction of veterans hospitals as a "sorry and contemptible piece of negligence on the part of our government" am! (hargerl that this has reached "the proportions of a national scandal." Dewey Bclmon't, Commander of the DAV Chapter, said no m^- veterans hospitals have been completed in the United States, although 75 were approved more than a year ago. He added that a recent .survey showed more than 22.000 veterans awaiting hospital admission. "What has halted the construction of the veterans hospitals which have been authorized by Congress?" Belmont asked. "Who is responsible for this .sorry and contemptible piece of negligence I on the part of our government?" Ho continued: "Wounded and disabled veterans of World War II, ten times in numbers of our comrades of World War I. are awaiting and in now! of adequate hospitalization and treatment—the kind of hospitaii/,ation, treatment, and modern methods of healing and rehabilitation envlsion- ,ed by General Hawley, the Veterans Administration medical .director, and not only promised but approved by unanimous Congressional action." [ Commander Belmont slated that outside of the humanitarian phase of "this disgraceful situation" there is no real economy in refusing hospitalization and treatment which might not only improve the veteran but possibly cure him. "The lack of it," he continued, "will only insure the permanency of the condition, and a"s a result the veteran iviio Is refused treatment because no' hospital bed is available will draw 'full compensation | for the rdst of his sorry miserable ! Uife. Yes. this war hero will liv- — : a sad care on his loved ones and a ! charge against his government, the! richest ami most powerful in the ! world, which could not afford to try ! to get him. well." • J*ampa News, Sunday, June 13, 1947 PAGES Large, Small Towns , Split Tech Honors UJBBOCK—On boys and girls from citlrr; or from villages make. the best .'.'cholastic records in c:>\- ICKC? ; Parents and educator:; have louu debuted Ihf f|Uf.slion. A ouirk planer at Ilic records of Texn' : • Terlinolir.'.ieul College (ends to slriv.- , that it may fo<: :MI rliance. Nine of Hie fourteen honor students this year hail from I owns of: better than liOOO population, bill I he four who received decrees with hu.'.h honors runic from towns of le-s than 4000 population as figured in ] the 1910 census. And the highest; ranking one of (hem all. Maxine < Harp, is a graduali 1 of the high ; school in Abernathv. population • 857. ' ; Other high honor students arc : Rorlrick Shaw. Olton; Alex Cool:e. ! Clarendon; and Joe Mitchell Sim- i mons. Jr.. Scagraves. ! LARGE FT. DOUBLE SQUAD Roy Chisum Lester Reynolds MOTOR TUNE-UP Genera! Auto Repair Service McWilliams Motor Co. 411-S. Cuyler Phone 10J COST Wofrrproof . . . fireproof . . . mildew-pros* heavy brown khaki CANVAS, mode fo rigid government ipficificafions. Ideal for rejerfs, camp;, *h« booth, even for temporary housing. ... ORDER 9UICKIY nt tfcij asfoundinrjly low price. .... V/c '-•"' . . C'-DL-' TODAY..-. 1151 MISSION ST...SAN FRANCISCO: 20NE 3. CALIF. $150 I Glamorous designing i and unsurpassed • *t craftsmanship features ' in this six-diamond en- ; eemble. , take top of Hott»*° °*' Terms IoW lovf SIAMONO IMPQUmS 107 N, CUYLER V^ ; §A^V^> *"V^''"'-"W ''*-W>vT' ; »>Ci>»*V3.4!.s-A.;-W*s/--',&'•-'> '•.- '» >-»,•** >'.^ si *) ij?t>$ain. !is&-< ^i^til-.- s^XiiL_i- r »i£^„»%" •&\ \ ]Zale's brings you & beautiful 74-piece DINNERWARE CONSISTING OF 50-Piece WM. ROGERS Sllverplate Service for 6 24-Piece Rock Sharpe CRYSTAL STEMWARE Complete service for 6 in this finest quality silverplate, guaranteed by International Silver Co., and this daintily etched crystal stemware, both designed to thrill the heart of the hostess. Illustrated: Complete place settina.. Regenf Pattern by nternationat Silver Co. All 74 Pieces HERE IS YOUR ^ CRYSTAL; • 6 Iced Teat • 6 Sherbett • 6 Goblets • 6 Salad Plat«t Here's a combination you haven't seen for years. Handsome 50-piece Wm. Rogers sil- verplate' made by International Silver Co.— plus 24 pieces of fine.Rock Sharp crystal stem- ware—all yours for the low price of $37.50. Only Zale's can offer you such quality, such value, at such a low price! You'll love the slender, graceful lines of the Regent pattern silverplate, so flattering to a pretty table- setting, and you'll be delighted with the sparkling crystal stemware richly etched in Arctic Rose pattern. Come in, phone, or write NOW for your dinnerware combination. Limited supply, so get yours early, Silverplate; 6 Viande Knives * 6 Viande Forks 12 Teaspoons • 6 Soup Spoons * 6 Salad Fork? • G Butter Knives • 6 Ice Tea Spoons * 2 Tablespoon^ USE YOUR CREDIT Pay Only $1.00 Weekly No Interest or Carrying Charge ORDER BY ZAIE'S JEWEIERS vend m« (he 74-plecg Dlnnorware Combination described above. NAME ,.......,,,,, ,,„„..... •(« 1 1 * m > i»i > i »<>.,. STATS ..,....,.. > Charge p C.O.p. n DIAMOND IMPORTERS 107N.CUYUR

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free