News, Wfedfteitliiy, June 18, 1947 Services Held P*t McLean Calileman services for John Howarc HtHJglns, 64. retired Manhandle cat- tl|Sj&n. were to be held at 2:30 frm. today at the McLean Baptist • Onutch. with the Rev. Steve Green- Wjoa. Alanreed. officiating. Mr. Hudgins, a native OMahoman Moved to McLean in 1900. where he rfthdhed until three years ffgo. For the past three years he had been in. retirement and had resided ir Painpa. touss Mae Huff of Mangum. Okla. became Mr. Huclgins wife at Alanreed in August, 1903. Mrs. Huclgins died in 1036. He is survived by one son. Henry, Shamrock: and three sisters. Mrs. John Bogan. Stanley. N. M.. Mrs Isaac Simpson. Canadian; and -Mrs L. F. Stocklcy. Chickasha. Okla. Pallbearers will be Wilson Boytl John Dwyer. James Neal. Raymond Glass, Sam McClcllan and Milton Carpenter. Funeral arrangements wore made by the Womack Funeral Home. TWO-CAR TROUBLES SEATTLE— ui'i - -Whe-i a car is parked too Ion; or in n restricted zone th? city impfimds' it, and the driver must call In set, it back. When Mr. an:l Mrs. G. A. Gocl- Irey, Jr.. mot at the impound window in the City Traffic Bureau they stared at, each other and chorused: "What? You. too?" The Oodirev::- arc -i tv.'o-rur family. Wm. T. Fraser & Co. The INSURANCE Men Automobile, fnini nrnl I.iuliilily ir ii::.-ilicii. Fire insurance 113 VV. Kingsmill Phone 1044 Thomnson Glass & Paint Co. 119 W. Foster Phone 107S Forest Fire Is Raging in Alaska ANCHORAGE. Alaska — fXP) — Smoke darkened (he Alaskan sky today as a great foicst blaze, covering; an estimated 100 square miles, ravaged the Keuai Peninsula's rich spruce, herded droves of terrified big gnrno before it and forced inn little animal> of the woods to seek rrJugo in the region's many lakes. "The smoke is rising to 25,000 fee —so high wo must fly around it,' sakl pilot G.'iitry Schuster of the Seward Safeway Airways, adding he fa\v flames leap 100 feet in the air Terming it the "biggrst fire I've f-een in seven years," Pilot Ware Gay of SOT Airmotive said he feared the entire peninsula would be .swept unU'j." rain rnmn to check (.he fhrnos. 7'hn weather Ijurcai said (here was no indication of ai early rainfall. Two sportsmen stalled in the Kcrai River District by dcnsn smoke wore Itown out yesterda; \vlTn a plann suecerded in making a. lanc'ing. Ofher sportsmen campec in the Skil-.ik Lake Area moved to the southwest, side of the river. Al though the stream is 300 yards wid it, was feared the blaze might junij. it should a liiqh wind arise. Pan American Liner Staggers to Landing LONDON—f/P)—A globe-circlhv Pan American Constellation plane carrying a party of American cdi tors and publishers, landed on Lon don Airport today with only Hire' of its four engines functioning afte an hour and 20 minutes flight fron Shannon. Eire. The plane, inaugurating Pai American's round-the-world com mercial service, arrived here a 11-20 GMT (SACS) for h 12-hou stop, during which the editors were scheduled to meet Prime Minister Attlcc. other government official- and Lord Beavcrbrook. Canadian- born publisher of the London Daily Express and Evening Standard. The Amazon River oO.OOO varieties of fish. contains, PHARMACY Is Our Profession FfCJ Prescription Delivery FOB RENT—Wheel Chairs, Dcd Fans, Crutches, Baby Scales. PRESCRIPTION LABORATORY 119 W. Kingsmill Phone 1920 $>|50 $JJ50 Stout for roughest going," smart for youthful parties, shaped for smooth fit, reinforced at vital points... Poll-Parrot j shoes will dress your child's feet trimly j for healthy growth and long wear}'. For double-duty, buy Poll-Parrots.'.' SMITH'S QUALITY SHOES 207 N. Cuyler Phone 1440 SIGNBOARD 'SWIMMER' GETS DUNKING—Like a gigantic movie set, these signboards near Chillico- thc Mo., gel a realistic touch from flood waters in which they are partly submerged. The signboard swimmer appears to l>c gelling an actual dunking:, and the soft drink bottle is amply chilled. Damage to crops in the Chillicotiic area from the flooded Grand River is extensive. Two Persons Dead From Gun Wounds WINTKFjD—l/T>~Bcn Spill, 69 pioneer merchant and landownsi and Mrs. Ella Rhea Daniels, 58 were found shot to death near her early today. Justice of the Peace J. W. Mead ows returned a verdict of murdc and suicide. Meadows said Mrs Daniels shot Spill twice in the hea and then shot herself with a .3 calibre revolver. The bodies were found by Waltc Adams, Spill's nephew. Officialr said the shooting: apparently too! plarc last night after the coup! had left to attend a party in Bal linger. _ Spill, resident of Winters for", years, owned .more than 2.000 acre of rich fanning land here. He i survived by a son, Clarence, anc a daughter, Bcnditm. Mrs. Daniel is survived by a son, Bill Daniels ,a hatchery operator here and a World War II veteran. PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer Scouts (Continued From I'uuo 11 ideas, while they swap Scout-made gadgets, and will sec and appreciate the customs of other lands. Men of character, merit,' ability and personality will long experience in Scouting have been selected as leaders of the American contingent. All have records of successful handling of nlkes and camping experiences and know how to apply the principles and policies of Scouting. The American delegation will sail :rom New York Harbor about July 18 on a U. S. Army Transport. A l, passed by Congress and signed by President Truman on April 14 authorized the Secretary of War .0 make the Ship available for the ;rip to France and return. The scoutcrs are due to arrive back in the U. S. on Sept.' 1. President Truman, writing to the Soy Scouts of America as their Honorary President., said: "Those of you who will go to trance in August, to attend the Sixth World Jamboree will camp vith brother Scouts from many countries. I am confident you will nakc the most of this opportunity ,o further cement our bonds of 'ricndship. What better ambassadors of peace could we send abroad hau you Scouts who will make this ourncy!" MUTISM AMERICA On this side of the Atlantic ocean, England owns the mainland olonies of British - Honduras in. Central America, and British Ouia- ia in South America, as well as several islands. These possessions cover 110,000 square miles. EXPERIMENTER Between 1819 and 1824, Faraday node many combinations of iron '.'Jill other metals and examined uhem scientifically. Not until modern metallurgical equipment was devised, however, did alloy irons and steels become commercially possible. The Andean contjor ranges from 20,000-foot altitudes to sea level. KEEP OIL CLEANS S STAR QUALITY OIL FILTERS SEAMLESS BACK WORK SHOES 8'houn on-thc-job will-be lot* easier on your feet in this shoe designed for comfort. One-piece quarter; cushioned insole; long' wearing leather outsote. Brown glove uppers. ~ 7.95 Smooth one-piece quarters assure \ easy comfort and i • rugged strength. >' Smith's Quality Shoes JR. C«yler . „ . '. / wonder, Waldo, if you'// love me as much when, my half is gray? r __S Why, that's right! \In fact you may even V be shiny bald! Of course I will, Haze!. I'll probably be gray myselfl Ah! Just the thought of it \mskss me feel better! Full Speed Ahead 1 his rooster, really a land-loving barnyarder, experiences a new thrill as it navigates down the . flooded Main St. of Canton, Mo., ' ona Bill Approves Present Social Security Rates V/ASHING'tON—(/!')— The House passed unanimously |,oclu.y a bill "reeling the social security payroll ax at present rates for two years. If passed by the Senate and accepted by President Truman the neasuvc svill block an automatic 2,000.000.000 annual increase in the evy on January 1. The legislation provides, however, or an increase in the tax. in 1950 o from one percent to 1.5 percent each against employes' pay and employers' payrolls. In 1957 the ;ax would jump to two percent tgainst each. Without the freeze, the levy would mve increased January 1 to 2.5 percent against employer and cm- jloye. The present one percent tax ollects about $l.EioO,000,000 annually or the social security old age and urvivors insurance program. JAPANESE FARMERS Farm land makes up 16 percent of the total area of Japan, and 48 percent of all the families o! that lation.. are engaged in agricultural pursuits. Greeks (Continued J'runi Pace 11 responsibility for the task before It and declared: "This responsibility entails the, rompo'lnc of internal differences, the collection of more revenues, the rebuilding of foreign trade, the conservation of foreign exchange, the reconstruction of public works, the improvement of government administration, assistance and. guidance to agriculture and industry, establishment of protective labor measures, encouragement of democratic organizations among economic and social groups, measures to control inflation and assure equitable distribution of supplies and services, and tlie restraint of excess a:id extravagances on the part of any segment of the population," THOUGHT TO FOOD CANBY Ore.—(/p;—Mrs. Z. J. Olson wasn't going to be hungry if she got out alive. When her automobile stalled on a crossing as a Southern Pacific ireight train rounded a curve, she- leaped from the car—but first grabbed a box of groceries on the seat beside her. When the train smashed into the family car, she fainted. PAMPA MONUMENT CO. Cemetery Memorials ED FORAN, Owner •601 E. Harvester Fhoiie 1152 J. Ray Martin BMA Bustitee( Men's Assuranc« Go. Life, MoalthT Accident Annuities, Hospltalization. Group, All Ways. 107 N. Frost Phone 772 PORTRAITS - COMMERCIALS Smith's Studio 121 W. Foster Phone 1511 Magnetic, pole of the earth is on, Soothia penninsula, in northern Janada. Prepared to suit you. 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