Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 2, 1963 · Page 12
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12 THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1963 SGftt VEAfc Cabot Sives Scholarships NORMAN (Spl) — Victor C. Bastron. Bayard, Neb., sophomore, 8nd Alfred L. Crosbie, Oklahoma City junior, have been named recipients of the 19G3-R4 Cabot Corporation engineering scholarship? at (he University of Okla- finm a. » The Pampa firm will provide each student with $400 plus fees next year. Bash-on, who transferred to OU Ihis year from the University of Nebraska, is majoring in chemical engineering. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bastron, Box 537, Bavard. ' ("rosbie, who also held a Cabot scholarship for the 1962-63 school year is majoring in mechanical engineering. He is the son of Mrs. Jacqtielfa H. Crosbie, 2220 N. Lottie, Oklahoma City. New On The Shelves Of Lovett Memorial Library! |CHEAPER HYDROGEN | LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) - A revolutionary catalyst is expected : to reduce by as much as 25 per ; cent the cost of many of the new ! plants needed to meet soaring iri- j dustrial demands for hydrogen. I Aspirin-size pellets called "G-66" t do such an efficient job of con' verting carbon monoxide impurities, according to Chemetron catalyst specialists, that up to SI million may be cut from the cast of ; typical large plants producing • eight to nine billion cubic feet of • hvdroeen a year. jfe The following new hooks are now available at the Lovett Memorial j Library. Novels: Childhood's End j by Arthur Clarke: the story of the j last generation on earth written by the master of contemporary science fiction. The Distant Princess by Elizabeth Corbett: a novel written with great tenderness, humor and understanding about people caught up in the web of day-to-day living. A Free Agent by Frederic Wakeman: a sweeping, suspenseful and powerful novel about a hero of our time. Soldiers of Fortune by Peier Bourne: an exciting story of the adventurers who set forth on a voyage to colonize Virginia; a robust historical novel. Non-fiction: My Time Is Your Time by Rudy Vallee: the personal experiences of Rudy Vallee that are homorous and often surprising in their insights into the times that were ours. Is There a Life After Birth? by Alexander King: the latest of Mr. King's incomparable memoirs. The Complete Book of Absolutely Perfect Baby and Child Care anc Special for Father's Day MEN'S VALUES TO 5.95 Famous brand Shirts in this large group of Sport Shirts and Sport Knits. ' All sizes, collar styles and colors. Special Purchase SAVI Special group of st.ra\v hats that compare at 10.9o to S15. From a famous manufacturer. A manufacturer's cancellation. Sizes 6-3 4 to 7! 2- BOYS' HOSIERY $2 2 A'alu^s to 5!>o Reg. 2.9S and 3.23 Tom Sawyer Short sleeve Sport Shirts. Sizes 6 to IS. Boy's Socks 3 Prs. $1 Prs. 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Dear Josephine by William Carson: the theatrical career of Josephine Hull, one of (he m o s t finished and beloved actresses of our time, famous for her characterization in "Arsenic and 0 1 d Lace." Mystery: The Fifth Passenger iy Edward Young: an excellent ilend of character with the hack- iround of sea and submarine. • •••»••••••••••• • J *H^fiKMMKBHMB||^HKK|«gU«M^^HW|^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^|^^^^^^^^_ HIP I • Quotes In The News By United Press International WASHINGTON - Sen. Hubert Humphrey. D-Minn, joining 25 | other senators in a proposed resolution urging a U.S.-Soviet underwater and atmospheric nuclear test han: "This resolution is a major attempt !o stuff the genie of radioactive contamination and proliferation of nuclear weapons capabilities back into the bottle where it belongs." DUBLIN. Ireland - A spokesman for the town of New Ross, v.hich is irked because President Keo-»t?y will spend only 45 minutes in the community of his ancestors when he goes to Ireland: "We felt the President is being hijacked all over the country." D I I W.\<=M!NC,TON—Justice Arthur J. Goldberg, commenting on "he unanimous Supreme Court ruling railing for a speedup in the desegregation of recreational facilities in Memphis, Tonn.: "The basic guarantees of our Constitution are warrants for the here and now and . . . they are to be promptly fulfilled." LOS ANGELES — Mrs. Elaine Johnson. 39 who las' Pfi pounds on a hospital-supervised diet, commenting on her first meal in 117 days — a spoonful of cottage cheese and one-fourth cup of egg- roulcln't eat it all. It was too much." 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