Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 15, 1947 · Page 8
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 8

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 15, 1947
Page 8
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NfeWs, Sunlfcfr, June IS, 1&4? last End Lost—1 Firetrtick; Burned—1 Trailer ANGKLS CAMP. Calif.--.i,J'i—Tin- whole Volunteer Fin- Dcpurlmc-H. 20 men strong, rushed out to Charles Kendall's blazing house trailer yesterday, without ihi'ir fire-trucks. On tiie town's outskirts, the trailer burned up 'loss SfiOiii before they could «o bark and Bet the tus. ; Fire Chief James Twlsselman explained that the trucks were mov: ccl to an auxiliary building last week. '• A:: each volunteer peeved into the ; formerly used garage and saw it empty, he assumed earlier comers '. had taken the trucks. The art of felting, or pressing ; hair into fabric, is believed to Ije ! older than the art of feaving. Panhandle Transfer & Storage Co. Byron Dees Pampa 916 W. Brown Ray Cox Amarillo 415 N. Taylor Agents For UNITED VAN LINES 48 State Covcrare Bonded — Insured Phone 1025 MR. C. C. DODD,., Manager WE HAVE PLENTY OF STORAGE SPACE PROMPT COURTEOUS the beauty brassiere by , & Hi A is die wonderful uplift brassiere t^ dnigiieil to flatter and glorify your -^ / • figure The secret of Hi-A's marvelous support and perfect uplift lies in ilic special patented tii-awuitJ-aiiJ-oul stitching. Exquisite j fabrics and meticulous workmanship plus the most exacting fit are all "CXIIMS" that nuke e\ery Marja brassiere a joy to wear. In satins, . Uc.cs, cotton broadcloths, and nylons, ill accurately sized to fit. ! ^ THl A B C Of HT AND f ASMIOK A-cup, snta/i, for pel/(e figurei. B-cup, medium, loi overage site), C-cup, targe, with doop cup lor Ml $075 $050 '3 $450 * Just received new shipment of ALENE strapless brassieres , * . white, tea rose, black. $COO « ^^ RMAN'S ive But James J. Jeffries proudly exhibits the hands with which he- knocked himself out of heavy • weight competition. Hundred* helped ex-champion celebrate 72nd lurthday at .Mis Burbank "f,, homu. Payment io Highway Employe for Outside Work Is Questioned "AUSTIN —r/P)-- Tiie wiestion of whether Stale Highway Department Plr.nnlnp Director Jac L. Oubbels ean legally accent $23,250 from thr- Austin School Board for a school development survey and at the sairio time be paid as a State employe was referred to the attorney general Saturday. The hiring of Gubbels and payment to him of $23,250 to make an Austin school site survey for a 20- year development program has been under criticism before the Austin City Council. Estate Auditor C. H. Cavness asked Attorney General Price Daniel for an opinion oil a constitutional provision which prohibits payment from the State "in favor of any person, for salary or compensation" \\ho holds at the same time any other office or position" in this State or the United States. He said he wns joined in his rc- auost by the State Highway Engineer and the State Comptroller ol Public accounts. Cavness said if the attorney general ruled that Gubbels was not clue .any pay from the State during the time lie was working for the Austin School Board, then the State auditor would recommend that the state comptroller not issue salary warrants to Gubbels. Gubbels is regularly employed by ;the State on a full-time salary of $;JGG per month. Cavness said State Highway Engineer D. C. Greer did not know Gubbels was making the survey for ilhc cchool board" "until he read it in the newspapers." Gubbels, after seven months work, made his report to the Austin School Board last Tuesday. He recommended 31 new sites for new school buildings. School Board Chairman R W. Byrani said ho received $750 for each site recommended. The school board was. crllcizntl for employing Gubbels instead of utilizing the services of City Plan Consultant Charles Granger. George, W. Bandlin. member of the City Plan Commission. Complained to the City Council that all except four of the recommended sites were near a highway, creating a hazard to school children. Kashmir, about the size of Utah, is India's largest native state. It is estimated that about 300 million people throughout the world have malaria in some years. twins? Net Quite, b¥f ;j--acr'jwmt-s-- - , i- ** • f < .^ .»,-*•»,,. ' • ' -"-I-, '/T •••'-! Horn on the same day, in the same house, their mothers sisters, and tiieir fathers brothers, it's no wonder these* babiesj.Gary Lynn Roberts, left, and Cleo Ann Roberts, right, not only have a strong family resemblance but look alike themselves. Their mothers, Mrs. Roy Roberts, left, and Mrs. Paul Roberts, of Grand Island, Neb.,, were married to brothers in a double weddinfe last year. >tench Bomb Thrown info Jerusalem Cafe JERUSALEM— (/P) —A stench bomb thrown by Orthodox Jews In;o a cafe that violated the Jewish Sabbath last night cawed' the sounding of a general alarm In Jerusalem. Police said patrons of the Euro; afo on Zion Square in the heart of the city had fled when the slouch bomb was thrown in from the street, thinking It was explosive, and that someone had notified officers who sounded the general alarm sirens. It Is estimated thai the Unitec States has a minimum need for 252,000 tons of natural rubber per r'ear. COSTLY STEAK—Jimmie Pulco, New York City butcher, illustrates the problem facing the meat-buying- public. The old price of 68 cents per pound is replaced by a tag asking 95 cents per pound on the sirloin he holds. France Asks Russia To Discuss Proposal PARIS—(/?>)—France disclosed yesterday that she has taken the first step to put U. S. Secretary of State Marshall's projected muni-billion dollar European recovery plan under a diplomatic microscope by asking Russia if she is willing to discuss the proposal. At the same time it was announced that British Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin is expected in Paris Tuesday to spend two days in conferring on the "Marshall Plan" for the United States to underwrite in large measure a coordinated plan for Euixrpc's convalescence from war. Prom The Hague, Holland, also came the announcement that Bel-- gian, Netherlands and Luxembourg' diplomats already have been holding consultations wnich have led to the expectation that these three countries will be very much in accord with the American plan for economic aid to Kurope. The announcement said consultations took place within the framework of Benelux, the compact by which they have agreed to economic cooperation among themselves. Significantly, it was an enthusiastic Bevin who took .the initiative in arranging the Paris talks with French Foreign Minister Georges Bklault and Premier Paul Ramu- dier. Typically it was Bidatilt who, before accepting Bevin's proposal for a conference, cautiously asked Russia if she was willing to hold .separate discussions with France on the subject. Russia has not yet replied. By J. M. CLEGG Every day, each one or us is a pioneer. Kach day Is a new mystery to be examined, a new land of infinite possibilities to be explored. Let us spend part of each day looking for the good qualities in our friends. There is no more powerful force at work in U' community than Public Belief. II directs the choice of nearly everyone when the necessity for helpful 1 sympathetic service arrives. Listen to R. Virgil-Mott, "Your Gospel Singer," every Sunday at 1:45 p. m. over KPDN-—1340 ou your dial. CLEGG FUNERAL HOME ei«n £«*W 9«4«**«<!* /7*«**4w» CUYLER AT BRQWNIN3 PHONE *4f4 — PAMM, TEXAS Synthetic rubber is preferred for uses totalling about 100.000 tons in the United States each year. I Veteran at M Stan Slack is not yet 17, but' (the right-hand pitcher is in his third season of professional baseball with the St. Joseph • Cardinals of the Western As> •—- " , sociation.," Treacle originally was a medical compound used as a remedy against snake-bites and poison generally. Cowrie shells have been used for centuries as money in remote areas of the globe. • Raisin vineyards are planted east to west so that sunshine can reach the grapes all day. Solon AikiSMy]' Publication 6l 1 'Hush-Hush'Papers WASHINGTON— (fl*) —Senator Ferguson (R-Mich) called upon the State Department yesterday for speedy publication of the hush-hush Molotov-Rlbtaentrop papers so . the public may "have the facts." . Nazi documents detailing the conversations Foreign Minister 'V. M. Molotov of Russia had with Joachim Von Ribbentrop, the German foreign minister, leading up to the non-aggression pact between •their countries in 1936 haveb ecn captured by American troops. The United States and Britain agreed last December to publish Jointly these and other captured documents outlining the Nazi fore- last month itw as agreed that last month itw as . agreed 'that France would participate. But lio early publication of the Molotov- Ribbentrop matter is planned. "The State Department officials admit they have a complete set of the Nazi foreign office papers including secret and confidential exchanges between Ribbentrop and .. CftWr senators.. Intftidifit , \tjW--Bftlt (RiMinri), fedld tft^ jSbme' the arMfrtents h&vfe fibt jrfiacte public last the? ,furth$fr fie" relations with ttussia. .-' '.;• .,;» At' Senate hearings on thfi'kil*, nual State Department appropHa- tton bill, f. H. Russell. dejjfcrtlfigtft official, told Ferguson that tfift Cpff« plete exchange between ~ftlbterii$;sj9 'and Molotov may be published "sometime this coming year." > But later other department offr- t,'lals told senators that SfeBfetaiy •of Stati Marshall and Dean Acheson, retlrlrig Undersecretary* ft&tt decided against early publication. Hitler and other ftazl leaders signed a non-aggression treaty with Soviet leaders in 1939 shortly before the Nazis overran Poland, It existed until June 1941 When the de'f* mans turned upon Russia. ". -; -, WET WASH £ fts f«r Ib, .:_; AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY ? 515 8. Cayler MioU6 805 CANADIAN VALLEY PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION ' _^ a. fast growing agricultural corporation organized in 1934 for, and owned and operated by, farmers and cattlemen. < ' Economical and dependable .loans exclusively for agricultural purposes. Farmers and cattlemen with a sound basis for credit are invited to.investi- gate our services. MR. C. W. 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