The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 4, 1960 · Page 2
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2— THE PARIS NEWS, TUESDAY, OCT. 4, Khrush Feels Hes Success NEW YORK (AP) — Soviet In Khrushchev's view the final Premier Khrushchev is reported to believe his one-man diplomatic offensive at the United Nations has been a grand success, particularly in wooing neutral nations. The Kremlin leader now appears determined to slay on another week — perhaps I wo leading the violent - personally Communist DREAM COMES TRUE — Mrs. Sarah Thrasher, charter member of East Paris Baptist Church, breaks the ground for a new educational unit for her church in the 1400 block of E. Houston. Looking on is Jeff Methven, building chairman, and other members of the Paris church. The building had been in the planning stages for over three years. The ground breaking ceremony \vas conducted Monday evening, under the direction of W. D. Watson, pastor. (Paris News Staff Photo) campaign against the evils of 'colonialism," Western policies in general — and U.N 1 . Secretary- General Dag Hammarskjold. A hard look at the diplomatic Scoreboard doesn't seem to support any such rosy Khrushchev view, at least not now. During the 16 days he has bounded in and out of the U.N. chamber, he has yet to record any resounding victory. If he has won any converts (o Soviet poli- i cies during his 20-odd private | talks wi;h foreign leaders, this fact has yei to be advertised publicly. Khrushchev arranged his most spectacular private show yet for tonight — a big diplomatic reception al his Park Avenue residence. Some 300 top diplomats have been invited, including a'.\ the heads of government attending the U.N. Assembly session. Until .Monday Western leaders hopefully expected it would te Khrushchev's farewell performance before flying back to Moscow at midweek. East Paris Baptists Starting New Building A t h r e e-year dream fina 11 y came true Monday night for members of East Paris Baptist Church as they witnessed the ground breaking for a new $50,000 educational unit. Long in the preliminary plan- Rotarians Hear School Speaker Edgar Stone touched the hearts of most everyone present, Friday at the Rotary Club. Speaking in a conversational lone, a* audience level, Stone gave a factual report of the daily activities of the Exceptional School for Children, maintained on the grounds at Rosa Pearson School on 19th Street. The sincere manner of Stone's approach to his subject gained immediate interest from his listeners, all of them giving a nod of approval to the fine work being done by the school, w h i ch Stone heads, with the assistance of three teachers. Speaking before the regular weekly noon luncheon meeting of the club, at The Nicholson House, Stone (old of the work program of the school which now has 31 itu- dents enrolled. Mentally retarded children now outnumber the phy- sicaDy handicapped students in the school and Stone showed that transportation was the greatest need for the school at this time. The means for financing and providing teachers were related in detail. Special case- on student progress were cited and showed the need for continual development of facilities at the school. The program ---as in charge of Charles Price, Jr., of the Crippled Children Committee, which is also composed of Floyd Weger and Dr. Clarence Gilmore, chairman. *STARNES (Continued From Page One) Church there, conducted by Dr. James William Morgan. University Church, Austin; (he Rev. L. S. Dubberly, Elgin pastor, and the Rev. Mr. Shuler. Besides her husband, Mrs. Starnes leaves her parents, Judge and Mrs. C. W. Webb, Elgin; three children, Charles Wesley Starnes, LeAnn Elizabeth Starnes and Jeffrey C o 11 ins Starnes, and two brothers, J a ck Webb, Elgin, and Wallace Webb, Irving. Born in Austin. October 5, 1923, Mrs. Starnes was the former Miss Mary Lynn Webb. Graduate of Elgin High School as class salula- lorian, an.d of Southwestern University, where she majored in music, she later attended Western Michigan University on a D a n- forth Foundation grant. She is listed in "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities," and was a member of the Ameri can Legion Auxiliary in Elgin. She was married to the Rev. Ray L. Slarnes at Elgin, July 3, 1951. They lived at Florence a year, going to Corsicana for two years, where she taught while her husband was associate pastor of First Methodist Church. They came to Paris first in 1955, where Mr. Starnes was director of Education at First Methodist Church two years, before going to Herring Avenue Church in Waco where he had a similar post, and Mrs. Slarnes was organist. -They had returned to Paris in June of tins year. Youth Hurt In Collision Of Bicycles tally will not be known for many months. He is reported to have come to New York realizing that the immediate results might appear to favor the West. As Khrushchev looks at it, by dominating the U.N. meeting in the heart of the capitalist world he has boosted Red prestige everywhere, especially in neutral Kennedy Plans Day of Rest From Campaign CHICAGO Sen. John F. Kennedy turns to an almost forgotten word today in this presidential campaign: rest. After putting in a 16-hour day politicking in Illinois Monday Kennedy plans to take it comparatively easy, lie has nothing on his formal schedule but a fund-raising speech in Indianapolis tonight. countries and in newly emerging! i j- ,., ... AfriMn nntinnc I ln diana once was a Republican African nations. Further, he is reported supremely confident thai his repealed attacks against Hammar- skjold have already guaranteed he will meet the same fale as Trygve Lie, [he first U.N. secretary- general. Lie resigned after the Soviets boycotted him. CASH ROLLS IN County Tax Payments Set Taxpayers were putti n g in steady appearances Tuesd a y stronghold, but Democrats have been making such spectacular gains Ihere, especially in congressional races, that Kennedy lias high hopes of picking up its 13 electoral votes. He will spend almost all Wednesday touring Indiana. The Democratic presidential nominee stays here until late this afternoon. Although he has no public appearances on tap, even a light day in Ihe life of a candidate has its complications. For example he.planned to meet with a publisher of Negro magazines lo discuss the Xegro vote. Another chore to be attended to was the recording of one-minute and five-minute films to be used later in the campaign. Kennedy Monday put in.another, of those incredible davs in which BRIEFS AND PERSONALS Dial SU 4-4323 Holy Cross Guild of Holy Cross Episcopal Church will meet ori its regular date next woek, October 13, instead of tliis Thursday, as announced earlier. Directors of (he Paris Junior College Ex-Students Associal i on will meel Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in the PJC library to tirake plans for the annual PJC Homecoming which will be held November 5. Harry Hnbbard reported to police Monday thai two floor mats, throe boxes of ammunition and .several small tools were stolen from his cur Sunday night while it was parked at Paris Lanes. A meeting of (be hoard of directors of the Boys' Club of Paris will be held at The Nichol son House at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 11, President Si Weilor h a s annouuncod, Tlie Christian Women's Fellowship of Firs! Christian Church will sponsor two rummage sales this week -.it Jefferies Garage on North Mnin SI., one Ix'ing at 2:30 p.m. Friday and one at 7 a.m. Saturday. The social of the Wintnore Class of Garrett Memorial Method! s t Church has been postponed until DEATHS Mrs. Ida C. Maynard morning at the Lamar Cou n t y j he tried to do approximately twice next Tuesday night, October 11, at Ihe home of Mrs. George Waterman, 1240-21st SE, It was originally scheduled tonight but has been postponed. A 1950 Oldsinobllc, owned b y Busier Anderson, 1113 Jackson, was totally destroyed by (ire Monday afternoon while it was parked in his driveway. Anderson had been making minor repairs on the car shortly before it caught fire. The Paris Fire De- parlmcnt was summoned, but tht car was destroyed before firemen arrived. One of Ihe Paris Police Depart- men's patrol cars was involved in an accident Monday afternoon at the intersection of 1st NE and Lamar Avenue, -although damage was minor. Sgt. Rex Helms was the driver of the I960 Plymouth which was struck from the rear by a 1053 Ford, driven by Earl Jetton, 614-llth ND. Damage to the police car was $35. No damage to Ihe Jetton auto was reported' Tax Assessor-Collector's office aft- But the unpredictable Soviet j er a blLsy day Mondn V- chieftain upset all these predictions by asking permission from the State Department to go off to Glen Cove on Long Island next A total of $9.245.99 was collected Monday, the first day the office was open for business'after prop- much as he had lime for. He began by crossing the Miss issippi River from St. Louis and touring the industrial area there. He flew south for that portion of erty owners received statements! southern Illinois that's known as weekend as he has for the past Saturday. County Tax Assessor-! Little Bgypt. He went on to Spring- two weeks. ' | Collector Doima Bunch said the! field for an evening speech be- Khrushchev seems a liltle wear-j collection total was about Ihe same i fore flying here ier than when he arrived Sept. ! as usual for (he first day. night. " to spend the 19. up pace. -Monday night, alternately grim and jolly, he sped through three ning stage, the building will house 300 people and will be constructed of brick veneer. i me collision 01 two mcj-cics, capped this with an ho 1 « -Money for the one-story building t Monday afternoon resulted in fa- j news conference where he ""^ has stepped j Bunch estimated that collections! -It added up to a 16-hour dav in than slowed down his would hold steady before taking an j which he made 15 speeches.' He appreciable jump on the last day j was heard or seen by well over separate diplomat receptions. He PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fletcher t>t Nacogdoches spent the weekend in Paris. Marliti McDowra of Pattonville, United States Army, has been iransfercd from Ft. Carson, Colo., to Ft. Hood, Tex. James A. Fry, S112, who is sia- lioi-.ed on the U.S.S. Batfisli, U.S. Naval Training Center, New Or- Paris News Service leans, La., spent the weekend with CLARKSV1LLE — Mrs. Idajhis parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cynthia Maynard, 83, resident oft Fry, 3029 Bonham St. Red River County 20 years, died | -Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson of Mon- Tuesday at 4:15 a.m. al Ihe home \ roe, Conn., arc visiting Mr. and here of a daughter. Mrs. Irvin | Mrs. !,• P. Brown, I03-13th NW, Peek. The funeral. Thursday at iand Mr. and Mrs, Mark Hodges, 10I230G Hnbbard, and other relatives officiate. of October. The collections include a hundred thousand persons in a! Mrs. Maynard was born August county, school, state, poll, an'd '.vnter district taxes. Total ta.x assessment for Lamar was appropriated through a bond j cial injuries to a 14-year-old Par- j n0 unced an assortment of Allied sale which-netted the full S50.000.! is youth. ! statesmen from President Eisen- The building will be air-conditioned James Barnett, son of Mr. and > howcr to the late John Footer Mrs. Raymond Barnett, 851-1 Uh | Dulles, bragged about Soviet edu- NE, suffered bruises and lacera- j cation, mineral water and re- tions about his face when he col- hashed the U2 and RB-17 plane lided with a fellow bicycle rider, incidents. The accident occurred in the 600 j Khrushchev's own assessment of block of 12th NE. The youth was j his whirlwind New York visit taken to St. Joseph's Hospital i came from an independent-mind- de- County is $579,412.19. Discounts in- and contain central heating. Mrs. Sarah Thrasher, charter member of the Paris church, turned the first shove] of dirt Monday evening before approximately 50 church members and friends. Also taking part in Ihe grou n d breaking ceremony were Jeff Methven, building chairman, and W. D. Watson, church Castor. Located in the 1400 block of E. Houston, the educational unit's entrances face Lamar and Houston, j Parking lots will be located on j both Houston and Lamar, with parking space for 58 automobiles. The foundation for an auditorium [ was laid seven years ago butt never completed. Future .plans,' however, include an auditorium on the same spot and an additional building. Construction on the educational j unit began this week. Contractor is J. W. Harrison and Son. HOSPITALS where his condition was not termed serious. SCD ZONE MEET SET TONIGHT ed foreign leader who talked ai length with the Kremlin leader. Khrushchev believes, said ihis official, that Westerners who view his activities so far as a defeat for Soviet policy are like those who add up the result of a football contest before the game is over. ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. W. H. Gordon, Rt. 3; Mrs. Rudolph Burr i s, Broken Bow, Okla.; Mrs. Howard Yost, 2454 Clarksville; Mrs. Jerrell Burleson, Arthur City; G. F. j Waldrop, Arthur Cily; L. E.' Stockton, 947 Connor- I Landowners of Zone Two of the North Texas Soil Conservation District will meet at 7:30 tonight in Ihe Conference room of the Texas Power and Light Company. The meeting will be for Ihe election of a supervisor for (he zone. The supervisor will serve for a five-year term. To be eligible, landowners must live in Zone 2 of the North Texas conservation district. FOR SALE — 6-Casc electric drink box. sliding lid, water fountain. SU5-J732 after 5 p.m. FOR SALE—Three doors, 2— 30 inch 1—24 inch, complete with hardv/arc. A. B. Corder, 2258 West Austin. UNFURNISHED DUPLEX — Three rooms and b«lh, nice, clean. Utilities paid 140 month. 58-l.lth N.\V. SU4-3814. LARGE FOUR room house, big porch. modern conveniences. Call Dan Bills. Dick House'* East Paris BARGAINS • Beautiful walnut "Stereo" Record-Player and radio combination. -(-Speeds with R tube radio. Special S250. • Combination TV, "Stereo" Record-player and radio. Special $550. WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE? • 21" Reconditioned TV'S. Some v.-ith new picture lube, tyj up. • New Zenith and Philco TV't on talc, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING BHOPPE 1711 CUrk&tille SUi-7626 on "The Duties of Officers and Workers in the Church." All officers and other workers of the Woodland Methodist Circuit, includi: ^ Woodland, Faulkner, Woodland Circuit Workers to Meet Paris News Service FAULKNER — The Rev. W i IDismissed: Mrs. Bob Spain, ! liam Greenhaw of McKenzie Me- Powderlv; Mrs. Hardy Michael, morial Methodist Church, darks_, „ , , , ville. Wednesday at 8 p.m., »••" Dallas; Howard Hodges, 411-12th j speak at lhe Fauikner chusch SE; Miss Grace Towers, 1005 E. Washington; Van Calvary, 621 E. Hearon. LAMAR MEDICAL CENTER Admitted: L. W. Maddox, Rt. 5; Sidney Berry, % 1973 E. Booth. Dismissed: James Harper, 365- 3th NE. Too Late to Classify REWARD FOR RETURN of "Carla"—German Shepherd, fe- rnalc, black and tan. I15-19lh N.E.. SU5-£356. WANTED — LADY for inside work. Apply in person to Frank'6 Dairyland. TREE PRUNING — Big dead branches should be out. No season on dead wood. Advise me by postal card. J. H. Gresham, 304-3rd S.W. SU4-334Z after 5 p.m. WANT TO BUY invalid walker. Dial SU5-2116. MARKETS Fort Worth Livestrtk FORT WORTH <APi—HOIJV 600: bar- ro<v< and ?.;.!<, stradv to 35 r.lshrr: !-2 •im-2l:, lb; 17.75: 1-.1 13.'-2j5 Ib; 'S.75.17 .10. Cnule 2.600; calve- 400: Slaughter siper*. heif?rs. coo:* anr! bulls •icjdv: slaunrh'.cr calves MMiiy to 50 higher; tiockfr cla'l- f« unrhanscii; rood and cliolce 560-300 In slaviRhtfr steers 22.50-11.00; pood 650- 75rt tb yearling heifers :i).2.'>-20.5fl: com- mrrcial row; 15.:M: commercial bulls 17.flG; poor! nnc] choke *!i\ughter ralvp.* flr.rl vearlllU's up lo SSO Ibs 19.M-21.25; medium nnri cood ulnrltrr "leer cMves I*.00-2.1..V>: medium snci sood Mocker tin!IT . calves 17.00-21.00: common and medium Mock co** 31 00-1-1,00. Sheep 1,800: kilhnK chi-.es steady: feeders lientfy la r>n hlsher: good and choice sla-.iRhlcr sprlnB Iambi 1550-16.50: iiillily irni Rood ye,irlir:!>.- I2.00-)3,00; cu!l Pad U1IIHT ewex ^.00-5.2!>: medium And pood feeder Iambs 12.00-13.7.»: angora slauchrer ?cnt?. in (he hair, 550. Fvanawha and Kiomilia, are urged to attend. Guthrie & Guthrie "Selling Peace of Mind" INSURANCE & BONDS REAL ESTATE LOANS D1AL-SU5-1676 I T.THEORDER or THE GOLDEN R.ULE *?=- A LTHOUGH air conditioning has come to be rather commonplace in the United States, it is important . . . especially to a firm such as ours. We feel thaf your comfort is most important ... so our establishment is air conditioned. 24HOUK AMBULANCE SERVICE clude three per cent for October, two per cent for November, one per cent for December, and net for January. Taxes become delinquent in February. day so crowded the candidate had 12. 1S77. at Sulphur Springs, trouble finding a moment (o grab) A widow, she leaves three chil- a bite to eat. | dren. Xeal M. Maynard, Arbuckle, But Kennedy counted it well worth the trouble. "It was a much warmer reception than I had expected," the Calif.; Mrs. Peek, Clarksville, and Mrs. .Jim Sculley, Rockf o r d, III.: nine grandchildren:^ sister, Mrs. J. \V. Slell, Hot Springs. Ark.. Massachusetts senator said. "I am , and a brother , David Thomas, much heartened by (he trip." Baslrop, La. a.m., will be held at Mound Grove'in (he Paris area. They will con- Baptist Church, north of Vaiiiant, IliiMie to Miami, Fla. Okl;i.. burial in the cemetery there j Mr. nnd .Mrs. R- A. Roemnielc. to be made by Clarksville Funer- I 325I! Cui'bertson, have returned a! Home. Bill Allen. Church of! from' a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Christ minister, Clarksville, w i 11 j Wilson N. McGough and daughter, Rebecca Blair, Florissant. Mo. Mrs. McGough is the Roemmeles' daughter. Mrs. Joe Duke of Dallas .returned home after .spending a weekend with her mother, M r s. Birdie Ends ley, who is a surgical patient at the Snnitarium. Also visiting Sunday was Mrs. Aaron Garrett, another daughter from Irving- - :«£ /> •••,-'•.%<**i--£ 1 i>.-'-:/ .^'<.\. . •- .& at SAFEWAY It's here again, Safeway's gigantic "Dollar Day" Sale. 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