Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 2, 1963 · Page 6
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Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 2, 1963
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tHfc PAMPA fcAttY NEWS SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1983 VfcAR HERMAN R. VAN SICKLE ...(o graduate Her m-a n R. Van Sickie of Pampa will graduate from the University of Texas School of Shorthorn Type Clinic Slated At Seagoville SEAGOVILLE, Tex. — Final plans have been drawn here to stasje a Southwest Type Classifica- lion Clinic for breeders of Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn beef cattle, here June 15 according to Joe F. Bennett, Coolidge. Bennett is j secretary to the Lone Star Short- j horn Association. i The one-day cowman's event will I be staged at Leo McGuiness' Irish | Oak Farm near Seagoville, one of the Southwest's well known Polled Shorthorn breeding establishments. The clinic is co-sponsored by the Lone Star group and the American Shorthorn Association, headquartered in Omaha. C. D. Swaffar, ASA Executive Secretary and Jim Collier, ASA Classifier, will lead morning and Medicine on June 10, reported the afternoon type classification dis- Branch in Galveston cussions. Collier will single out UT Medical Friday. Van Sickle, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Van Sickle o? 5.10 N. Dwight, graduated from Pampa High School in 1953. He then attended IMP University of Texas, receiving his B. A. degree in 1.157. Van Sickle, who intends to go into general practice, interned at Brackenridge Hospital in Austin. He is a member of Alpha Kap several "special problem animals" for classification and later in the day clinic participants will participate in group classification study. A question and answer session will be si aged. The special beef program gets underway at in a.m. A Lone Star business meeting and noon-l i m e basket lunch picnic are other highlights of the annual event. Some :00 cowmen are expected to partic- Mainly About P«oj»l«' • Indicates Paid Advertising th« public is invited (0 attend comb - outs of the Lone Star Hair Styling elimination contest this afternoon at 2 in the Pampa College of Hairdressing. Pin-ups will be at 11 a.m. for local hairstylists entering the contest. Mr. and Mrs. t.eland Stark of Wichita, Kan. visited in the home of their sister-in-law, Mrs. G. C. Stark, this week. They were en- route to California. Kittens to be given away, MO 93712.* Miss Judy Wells, daughter of Church. The public is invited to attend. Buffet lunch now being served every day. Black Gold Restaurant, 1100 E. Frederic, MO 9-9118.* Art Lessons. New classes. Alva Satterwhite, MO 4-6406.' Canadian River Gem and Mineral Society will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Bunavista Community Building with Mrs. Eugene Olds of Pnmpa presenting a program on Silver Smithing with audience participation. Jaycec-Ettes Rummage Sales, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wells, 1817 i June 3. 120 W. Foster.' HIGH-PRICED PENNIES — Arnold Mai-tin, left, of Frank's Coins in Odessa, is showing one of his coin collections to Ralph Prock, president of the Top 0' Texas Coin Club. Martin indicates with his thumb a 1943 penny worth $7,000. These are only a few of the valuable coins on hand at the Top 0' Texas coin show being held in the Starlight Room of the Coronado Inn this week end. The show will open again at 10 a.m. today and close at 6 p.m. (Daily News Photo) Crisis Erupts After 100 Years in Making pa Kappa medical fraternity a n d I • (c Mu Delta honorary society. He is Activitie5 wil , be under d j rection a 1962 winner of the Louis Jacob- of Gene Benefieldi Dibolli Tcx . ( son Awai-Qs. Lone Sfar Association President; Van Pickle married the former A::n Pollard, also of Pampa, in 1955. The couple ha\e six children. Adolph Hajovsky, Caldwell, Tex., Vice President, and Secretary Bennett. COKE RAISES PRICE ; ATLANTA (UP!) — Coca Cola , Co. has raised the price of fountain syrup sold to v hr>!esalers by 20 cents to $2 a gallon effective June 4. PUBLIC : —AUCTION = LUMBER REAL ESTATE C. D. Shamburger Lumber Co. CLARENDON, TEX. 10:00 a.m. Tues. JUNE 4 C. D. Shamburger & Langford Lumber Co. WALTERS, OKLA. 10:00 a.m. Frt. JUNE 7 • lumber-paint • builders hardware • office equipment • office-warehouse • builders lots NO MINIMUM • NO RESERVATION (or brochurt write: Texas AUCTION SERVICE 4484 Canyon Or. • Amarillo, Tews AMARILLO - DALLAS (Continued From Pags 1) Antonio died when his parachute failed to open after he bailed out of his crashing jet plan;. Melvin LaHance. 21, a Kansas City, Mo., airman stationed in San Antonio, was killed Friday night in a two- car crash in the Alamo City. A prominent East Texas physician. Dr. Henry Tucker, 57, of Nacogdoches, died in a two-car crash late Friday night near Garrison. Seven other persons were injured. Evelyn Holly, 47, of Dallas was found Saturday shot to death at, her home. A gun was nearby, j Jimmie Lee Richardson, 25, of) Dallas died of wounds received in a fight early Saturday. Nora Harris Jr., 40, of Houston perished in a fire at his apartment Friday. Ben H. Davis, 74, and James Noble Smith 48. both of Booker, drowned Friday when their pickup overturned in a ravine near Perryton. A car struck and killed Bernard Corbello, 9, Friday in Groves. Johnny Lee Winn, 18, of Waco, died Friday when his car missed a bridge and plunged into a creek near Lake Waco. Five Negroes shotgunned Otis Gardner, 41, 10 death in a Dallas parking lot Friday. By United Press International The cry rose all across the Southland like the spring crops pushing out of the soil. "We want freedom. We want freedom." They echoed through the streets of modern downtown business districts, the back alleys of squalid slums and rolled north to the Potomac. Their message was heard with a new sense of urgency at the White House. There were cries in the North. "U'e u ill not be moved." chanf- ed hundreds of demonstrators in Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love. An American crisis one hundred years in the making jolted the nation with the frightening suddenness of a volcano many believed would never erupt. racial segregation seemed ready to burst the dam that had held since the Civil War. Places Involve Hometowns For Americans, it was a new kind of crisis. Instead of Havana, Moscow, or Berlin, the places involved were — in many instances j —their own hometowns. | Birmingham, Jackson, Greens- i boro. Raleigh, Tallahassee, Phila; delphia, Sacramento and New | York. All figured in rhe crisis , which stemmed from the "su^ar coated" segregation of the North to flagrant civil rights violations in the South. j Officials who had wondered what the years ahead would bring now desperately planned for the months and weeks ahead. j President Kennedy was report! ed considering a nationwide ap- The floodtide of protest march-, P eal unless the tensions subsided. es, demonstrations, violence, threats and court action against CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS Obituaries Mrs. Norms Jean McKenzie Rites for Mrs. Norma Jean McKenzie, 317 N. Sumner, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in Hobart Baptist Church with the Rev. John Dyer, pastor, officiating. Mrs. McKer.zie, born Dec. 21, 1941 in Gladewater. died unexpectedly at 6:10 p.m. Friday in High- 1-and General Hospital. She was a member of the Hobart Baptist Church. Survivors are her husband, Don; one daughter, Tammie Kay; two brothers, Ronnie and Kenneth Jones, both of Longview; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy W. Jones, also of Longview; her New York Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, a Negro, paused on a European trip to tell a Paris news conference: "The white man is frightened." Alabama Gov. George C. Wai- Nationalist (Continued From Page 1) ! sources suggested the thunder- I storm might have affected the i plane's navigation equipment. Red China, through the medium of Hong Kong newspapers, had of- j at p 0 i; ce fered $175,000 in gold to any Nationalist Chinese pilot who would fly an American FIDO jet to the mainland. There have been two cases in which Communist Chinese military pilots have defected to Formosa, home base of the Nationalist Chinese government which was ousted from power in 1949. The latest Communist defection lace strutted his defiance and still pledged "segregation forever." He vowed to personally "stand in the schoolhouse door" when Negroes attempt to enter Alabama white schools. Two are scheduled to enter the ( University of Alabama for the j summer term. Wallace says he will carry out his pledge. Troops On Alert Two thousand troops trained in riot control — sent by the President when bombings and street fighting erupted in Birmingham in mid-May — remained on the alert in Alabama, despite Wai-! lace's protests. j The hot spots: Mississippi and Alabama, where public schools are rigidly segregated along with just about everything else, are hot spots. An all-out campaign was promised by Negroes to break the barriers in Jackson, Miss. The first day's action was a lunch counter sit-in. Result: three demonstrators beaten, kicked and smeared with catsup and mustard by jeering whites. Later, hundreds of Negro itudents burst without warning from their school, shouting "Freedom, freedom" and hurling rocks j Temporary jail space for 10,000 was quickly arranged. The lines of communications between the races were all but broken. N. Dwight, will receive a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in retailing in commencement exercises at Texas Technological College Monday. While a student at Tech, Miss Wells was a member of Pi Beta Phi, social sorority; Phi Gamma Nu, business sorority; served as president of Tech Retailing Ass'n; member of the American Marketing Ass'n; served as President's Hostess and was named LaVenna Yearbook Beauty Queen. Good News at last — Persons over 65, Golden 65 Health & Hospital Insurance. No examination — enroll before June 27 — Ott Shewmaker 216 N, Russell.* Dr. Larry J. Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale G. Lewis, Route 2, is one of 84 graduates receiving the Doctor of Optometry degree on June 7 at Southern College of Optometry. At Southern College, he was affiliated with Omega Delta professional optometric fraternity. Dr. Lewis is married to the former Barbara Gary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gary of Hollis, Okla. Dutch Morse is now with Modern Beauty Salon. MO 4-7131.' Faye Monroe, Real Estate Broker. For Sale: large 2 bedroom house near Senior High. Well located 1611 Christine. Possession now. MO 53020.' Gray County Community Sing will be held today at 2 p.m. in the First Pentecostal Holiness Identification Wrong MINNEAPOLIS (UP1) — United Press Interim'ional on May 29 erroneously identified Philip H. Koolish as one of five men convicted on charges of swindling the Sister Kenny Foundation. Philip H. Koolish was not a defendant in the mail fraud trial. He was called by the government as a witness and testified on March 29. The UP[ regrets the error. Thresher Pontiff grandmother, Mrs. K. P. Jones of I occurred in March of 19R2, when Men's Western Shirts $^00 One Group Values to $5.95 3 Children's Western Shirts $*)00 One Group Small Sizes 2 Ladies' Western Pants $000 One Group 3 Ladies' Western Boots $Q95 One Group Were $16.95 Look Your Western Best In Apparel From Anderson's Western Wear 123 E. KuiKsmUJi MO 5-3101 Tyler. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Duenkel - Carmichael Funeral Home. Robert Kline King Services for Robert Kline King, H-month-oIrl son of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton F. King, 1311 Coffee, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in Duenkel-Carmichael Funeral Chapel with Guy Gaskey, minister of the Harvester-Mary Ellen Church of Christ, and the Rev. A. Burns, pastor of Zion Lutheran Church. The infant was killed in a two- car collision on U.S. Highway 181 about ten miles south of San Antion at 7:20 a.m. May 26. He was born March 8, 1962 in Germany. Burial will be in Fairview Ceme- terv. a Red Chinese air force second lieutenant named Liu Chen-sze landed in northern Taiwan in a MIG 15. The Nationalist Chinese government announced at the time that Liu had received a reward of 3.000 ounces of gold (about $105,000). He was made a first lieutenant in the Nationalist Chinese air force and given an intelligence job. The brief Peking announcement said that Hsu had landed at a mainland airfield, but the location was not given. It said that he was welcomed warmly by Communist Chinese officials. Both of the Chinese governments have long offered rewards in an effort to win over defectors for propaganda and intelligence purposes. (Continued Pro.-n Page 1) condition remained "extremely; grave." During the evening the, succeeding bulletins spoke only of "no change." An announcement from the press office at 11:10 p.m. Saturday said there was "no sign of immediate langer." DRY CLEANING SPECIAL Lbs. Cleaned • WE CLEAN • YOU CAN PRESS FREE • FREE SIZING • FREE MOTH PROOFING MRS. CLEAN COIN OPERATED DRY CLEANERS 1312 N. Hobart MO 9-9151 (Continued From Page 1) Washington Friday night for detailed study. The Navy then announced that while limited analysis had led to belief the Thresher was found, "a more thorough analysis . . . failed to confirm the evaluation." The Navy quickly cancelled the dispatch of the deep-diving bathyscaph Trieste to the scene where the Conrad pictures had been taken Search To Resume The search for the sunken submarine, which had been temporarily halted, was ordered to begin again. Twirling Classes taught by Jerilyn Carter June 3rd through 13th. Beginners, Intermediate, Advanced, fire baton, two baton and dance twirling. Enrollment deadline noon June 3. MO 5-5878.' SELASSIE PLANS HUP WASHINGTON (UPl)-Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia will visit the United Statei for II dayt beginning Oct. I. During his stay, the African leader will pay a two-day stats call in Washington and then visit other areas of the country. Emperor Selassie's last visit was in the spring of 1954. PAMPA HARDWARE CO. N, Cuyler MO 4-2(M GORHAM STERLING HAPPY ANNIVERSARY If she has ever longed for the practical elegance of Gorham Sterling, what better occasion than this to give a complete service of precious sterling ... at a saving! Buy Sav« 8 four pc. place-settings . S2O.OO 8 five pc. place-settings . $25.OO 8 six pc. place-settings . , $30.OO Why wait? Let your family enjoy its sterling today. Our budget terms make it so easy. Sea Rose $33.73 Prices shown are for 4 piece place-settings and include Federal Tax. IZ ALE'S 107 N. Cuyler M 04-3377 ZALE'S DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS 3'Pc. Set Only COLORFUL ASSORTED DESIGNS and i^- Wrapptd in Collophontl packaged in attractive box.) I, } o«d 3 quart liiei !« '*>»<« handy i'o Men >i*tl bewli. Un (or whipping, beating or with yeur electric mi»»f. A mat- in 9 ly eaiy lo cl«qn. HURRY I SUPPLY LIMITED ZALE'S 107 N. Cuyler MO 4-3377

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