Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 27, 1961 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Friday, October 27, 1961
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Declares U.S. Has Bombs To Match Russia OOlsSA, Tex- (UPfj -»fcep. Tufcker Rites Pending Services are. pending for Carl Martin Tucker; 87, who died' this in6rning At. ?:30 in his home, Si? „ , . 'N. Christy,, '• - ' . .!.' 1Y, Rutherford, D-fex., .claims.! He Was born In Montague' Conn- th«.Ufiited State's ha&, b'^lty and wa's k retired oil field ft nuclear punch aboajrd each, 6f -• it* BSJ.' the 'Strategic Air Command'' as Russia's - 50- megaton bomb- "Ruisia is getting .the headlines for its' 30-megatbrt ;explosion, but the .United .States ha's 'far greater power packed under-the'wings of • * B"52,," Rutherford said'. • ' H* made 1 the statement Thursday in .an interview .with a. radio newsman at Odessa, Rutherford's * o ^ 'It has. been* known'for some "• f time that the'BS2 Can carry*more than one borrib, in the 10 to 20- ''megaton' class. But it was under. 'stood in ,'Washington that these are 'carried in tfie bonib bays, not under the wings. The biggest punch mentioned by U-S.. officials prior to Ruther- (V ,ford has .'been 'two 24-megaton 'Hydrogen weapons. " ••;••• Rutherfofd singled out Biggs '' Air Force~Ba,Se at'El _Pasp, Texi, ?. , which is in his .congressional '" distnict, ^ as having B52 bombers ,> with the 25-megaton '.bombs- But •he said.bombers at all, SAC bases ; carry such bomb loads. • • :' , "It's, about .time," Rutherford •aid t "that 1 we start recognizing votker.. He came to Pa'mpa in 942 from Clarendon, burfng Sheriff &• H. Skinner's erm, he ' served . as a deputy iheriff in Gray County a'nd" was a. member of the'. Central - Ba'p* ist Church. • Survivors are his Wife, Delia of 'the home; 'two sons, J. L, of Pampa, and 'Bryant of Fort Wor,th; one daughter, Mrs- 'Alton Lewis of Oxn.ard, Calif.; one brother,' Albert of A r d m o r e, Okla.; seven sisters, Mrs. Ivela CummingSj Mrs, JLouella • Johnson, Mrs- Lo'vie Clark, Mrs. Jewell Soarberry, Mrs. M a ry Tucker, all of .Ardmore, .Okla,, and Mrs'- Dovie Cummings of Lone Grove, Okla., Mrs. Beatrice Hendridk's of Graham; seven grandchildren , and. six. great- grandchildren. • •Service _ arrangements will be announced later by Duenkel-Carmichael Funeral -Home. , : Action Postponed On Department's Drive-up Window City cofnrriissioners today postponed action on ft low bid re' chived for installation of a drive- up' window for the water department on the 'southwest corner of City Hall. A question arose as, to whether the drawer to be used in the window would operate efficiently in its planned location. . Further study is to be made and action taken on the bid at next Tuesday's regular commission meeting. Mainly m m About People m • •I'ht iS«w» InvlUft r«»rt*r» to fltibna In ot ttiftll Item* *bmit thg comtiift* and totriM of UiMn**1ye» >r friend* tot h:c1ifsl6rt 1ft thl* J column. El Paso Group Stages ,|-. . . .00 Brawl At Road Meet lift, Krti»tr-/t lMft,t FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 3 I Saturn (feftntimted From Page 1) leas<*t|, the %aturn hovered for an and- appreciating the fact'that the Russians are not' supermen. Our bombers' carry • a 50-megaton bomb load that can be dropped at any' time at any- place/' 1 • Highway (Continued from Page 1) just this morning, was read at the com.mission meeting. Smith again reiterated his department's desire to cooperate with the city and county in getting the desired highway improvements. All present agreed th'at the next step wa^s to/have all agencies concerned get. together and go over the plans for the overall program and then call a meeting to• prepare the recommendations to the highway department. -•:'At Commissioner Secrest's suggestion, 'Judge Craig said the county w,o it; Id immediately go along with .the plans and take official action and forward it' to the district engineer's office. Berlin Operates on 110-Just Plug ltln Feature Packed! 5TMfS«ledor-3Wuh-2RiiB< 3-CYCLE AUTOMATIC TIMiR-SET IT ONCE AND FORGET IT Fully Automatic NORGE WASHER ,5 FRESH-WATER , AiNSES-MOST EFFECTIVE EVER BUILT-IN SEblMENT REMOVER-REMOVES SAND AND SOIL, SAFETY-SPIN. LIFTING LID'STOPS ALL WASHER . • ACTION •OFF-BALANCE LOAD 'RESET BUTTON—, STARTS ACTION' ' AGAIN IN CYCLE ONLY 2 75 A WEEK MOOIL AW-QMM-* LINT FILTER AGITATOR AUTOMATICALLY DISPENSES BLEACH 4ND DETERGENT! Traps tiniest specKs— filters but scum and fuzi—never clogs Newly (Jeslgned Inside and out to stand up under the washing • needs of today's Famllyl Ex- elusive "Service-Simple" design never has tp be pulled away from the walll Service, If ever needed, Is fast and low costl ' (Continued From Page 1) scribed the tank, movements as "a security measure in some way connected ,to the appearance of the tanks, in East Berlin." '"They will stay right there for a while," he said. . • Four armored drove up .with the frontline antitank guns. • . Informed sources said the U.S. troops planned to continue to 'escort civilians past the East German police. The United States insists that only the Soviets 'may check identification of Allied personnel entering East Germany. The 'American determination was backed up Thursday by five Patton tanks and five armored troop carriers which roared to the border crossing point and stopped only inches from the demarcation line where the East Germans enforced identity checks. • . Informed sources said it had been expected that the Comrnun- is.ts would bring tanks into the city sqoner or later and it was no' surprise when they rolled in Thursday night. * * * ' WASHINGTON (UPI) - The United States today .bluntly warned Russia that unilateral Communist acts • stirring up the tense Berlin border are a serious obstacle to a settlement of the Berlin crisis. "If Moscow seeks peaceful solutions as it claims then it should insure that unilateral actions are not taken which seriously interfere with the possibility of such solutions," the State Department said in a terse public statement, A department spokesman called the arrival of Soviet tanks in East Berlin a belated admission of Russia's responsibility under postwar agreements for the Communist sector of the divided city. "The dangers in the Berlin situation," said press officer Lincoln White, "have arisen precisely because the Soviet authorities have been permititng the East Germans' to violate agreed four-power arrangements while attempting to deny this clear Soviet responsibility." Mrs. A. C. Fork'81, ot Rising Star, mother o^Mrs- J. B.'Hunt* ingtort', south of tfa City, died Thursday night in ''Rising Star. She had been in ill health for sev* eral months- Funeral, services have tenatively been set for Saturday afternoon in Rising Star. Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Friday 8:00 P.M. 214& North Cuyler.* Clayton Dunham, 19«1 graduate of Pampa High School,. <vas re cently elected president of the freshman . class at West .Texas State College, Canyon. He,.'is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dunham, 2125 Duncan- Rummage Sale Saturday .124 S Cuyler, sponsored by L.D.S. Relic Society.* ' Micheal Keith Armstrong, son of'Mr. and Mrs- Tilden B. Amr strong, 1328 N. Russell, was 're cently named a membqr of Sil ver ' Spurs, men's honorary, ser vice organization at the Univer sity of Texas,. Austin. Tri City Boxing Club rummage sale 321 S. Cuyler. 27th-28th." The Girl Scout swimming pro gram, held each Saturday fron 9 to 10 a.m. in th,e Pampa Youth and Community Center pool, wil be continued through Dec. 16, ac cording to Mrs- M. H- Taylor and Mrs. J. R. Holloway, in charge 'Of the program. The swimming, lessons, which include instruction by qualified persons, are open to any interested Girl Scout. Sale! 8' x 10' building, 119 S. Starkweather,* and otmty commissioner Jerry Calli- oh tried .ttt settle an argument 4 . , . vith their fists Thursday before 8T * . 287 ' eading * delegation . before the Texas Highway CStnmission. The brawl broke out during a uncheott planning session of the SI Paso delegation, which wants he commission to complete immediately Interstate 10, a pro- >osed highway route over the 'ranklin Mountains in El Paso, They jumped to their feet and tied to trade punches but city councilmen and commissioners around them grabbed hold of .heir arms and held on until tempers cooled, There was loud name-calling and a bit of scuffling, but no personal damage done. An Amarillo delegation asked the commission to approve $11.85 million worth of new highway projects in Potter County. Sharron 'Osborne Hall, 1960 graduate of Pama High. School, is co - editor of the Centurion, Clarendon Jr.' C6llege annual publication. .Editor of the annual is Betsy Chamberlain, Clarendon. The staff photographers are Philip Abel and Alfred McNabb both from Clarendon. Make button holes and cover belts and buckles While you wait. MO 5-2607.* ., Pampa Chapter, OES, will have a Friendship.Meeting Saturday in the Masonic Hall, 420 W. Kingsmill. A salad supper will be served at 6:30 p.m. followed by a special program. Holland Rites Set Saturday • Interment rites for A.C. (Joe) Holland, 40, will be held at 10 a.m- Saturday in St. VLricent de Paul Catholic Church with the Rev. Edward J. Cashman, C.M., officiating. Mr- Holand died Thursday, morning in Highland General Hospital, where he had been a patient for some time- He'is survived by his wife, Lounelle; two sons, Joe Michael anc Gregory; two daughters, Sheila and Shanna, all of the home 444Hughes; his mother, Mrs Macie Holland of Edwardsville III.; one sister, Mrs. Charlotte Gent of Collinsvijle, III.; and his grandmother, Mrs. Clemmie Hoi land of Oklahoma City, Okla. Palbearers will be L! D. Mar tin, Lester Herr, Bob McGahn Harry Hoyler, Cleo Hoyler, Jin Douglas, J. D, Williams and H.L Kenner- Interment will be in Fairviev asked for a new overpass ftt the Intersection of U. S. Highways 60, ipletiott of a traffic control system on dispersal roads from North 24th Street to Farm Road 2176, and completion of Interstate 40 within the city. Right-of-way purchase nhd completion of the interstate route would alone cost $10.95 million, Other requests included: —A $10 million expansion program in Wichita County. —A spur connection from a proposed route U. S. 78 to present U. S. 75 and a business route for U, S. 75 in McKinncy at an estimate cost of $123,100. i—Work on Interstate 35 through Gainesville at no cost to the state. —Area development ro'ncls in valde, Zavala and Maverick ounties at a cost of $1,5 million. -Grade separation on U. S. 69 t the Missouri-Pacific railroad in acksonville at a cost of $700,000. —Location . of ranch rocul .2695 outh o^McLean in Donley county t a cost of $80,000. —Improvements on Farm Rond 204 from Texas 2rf in Kilgorc to "arm Road 2276 at a cost of 397,000. —Spurs from Interstate 30 to connect with the main gate of Red River arsenal and with the main gate of the Lone Star or- linance 'plant in Bowie County at a cost of $371,000. Scientists said four of the en* • gincs burned for JbS seconds and the other four "for 115 seconds— about the time planned. There 'was no pvovrsion |of *«•» . - j -r. ov •••- covery of, (he booster and it san* giant rose almost vertically at into the Atlantic where it plunged, first and then leaned into a slight! A number of radios on board angle toward the southeast. It climbed into n high arching trajectory that,carried it through high clouds ab^ve the cape. The rocket disappeared from view four minutes after it was the Saturn, however, . radioed reams of information that was recorded on many miles of magnetic tape at tracking stations. i launched- Read tha News Classified Adf Cemetery under th« direction o Duenkel - Carmichael Funera Home. A rosary will be said at 7 p.m in the Duenkel • Carmichael Fun eral Chapel. Crush-ProcYf Collar Shirt Laundry For Inner Collar Comfort Bob Clements,Dry Cleaning OLD LINE LEGAL RESERVE INDEPENDENCE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: Tampa, Texas 820 W. Foster MO 4-2579 Proudly Presents TOMMY FLETCHER Bethune Heights Group Thankful f For Homes Plan. T Mayor E, C, Siclwell and the city commissioners received a thank you note for their efforts in completing arrangements for the Bethune Heights project. The note from Mrs. S n m u c I Motley, president of the City Improvement Club, 's»icl, /'Thank you for your true effort and help you have extended to ais," /The Pampa City Commission and the Hughes Development Co. reached agreement Tuesday at the commission meeting to go ahead with the proposal. FOR THE September "Man of the Month" Tommy, a resident and active civic worker in Perryton, Texas, led Independence Insurance Company representatives in business submitted during the month of September. WE AUK PKOU1) TO SALUTE TO.MMY "Growing With And For The Top Of Texas Area" JESS GRAHAM TELEVISION • APPLIANCES * FURNITURE 08S. Cuyler , MO 4-4749 Planning Program Meet Query Sent Engineering Firm Mayor E. C, Sidwell announced today that the city has written a letter to determine when a meeting can be held in Pampa with representatives of Koch, Fowler & Grafe, Inc., Dallas planning engineers, relative to Pampa's overall planning program- \ The engineering firm's plan with state and federal participation was halted two months ago with the understanding that the city would enter into its own contract for completion of the project. A letter was received some time ago from Koch, Fowler & grafe, asking that the city send representatives to a meeting in Dallas to renegotiate. The city now is asking the engineers to send their representatives to Pampa for the meeting at the earliest possible date. Once again Ford Dealers .- ; , .,! '. ' ..'•'.'v*-';^B' "' '' ' -: ••• ••• ,,-. .-^ ,-f.......^.-•!»n-'-"Hf:*".".'',". are first with the finest in Pampa LJ Kanawha Whim the western rounties of Virginia provided for the formation of a lew s-'tate, (hey proposed the name >f Kanawha, hut when the constit.t.on was draw, up the name was changed to West Virginia. Rfad the News Classified Adi MOTOROLA $179,95 ~ retail yalu« ROU-AROUND CART MODEL 1STU...1* 1 COMPACT TV. Metal cabintt in Ch» r cos I color- «19' ovef»H me»»uf«. 172 sq >«. plctur* vi*wtng'»f«». t/rniMmeQfferj ACTNQW! Television £ Appliances 308 S. (Duyter Furniture MO 44748 • America (Continued From Page 1) He needs to decide where he stands and then take that stand in the community. "My principal concern here tonight," Bird concluded, "is how many hats do you wear?" Bird was introduced by E. Roy Smith, outgoing president of the Chamber of Commerce. At the conclusion of the program, Smith turned the presidency over to Gordon Lyons, 196162 president. Other incoming C. of C, officers at the head table were Aubrey Steele. finance director, and Lucian Young, vice president, who- introduced out-of- town guests from Wheelier, Borger. Arnarillo, Canadian, Claud, Dumas, Fort Worth, Higgins, Mob e e t i e, Panhandle, Perryton, Shamrock, Spearman and Miami, President Lyons presented a plaque to Smith, the outgoing president, for "aggressive leadership and service" to the com munity during the past year as chamber leader. Smith ui turn paid tribute to E. 0- Wedgeworlh, manager of the Pampa chamber. I Invocation at the banquet was 1 given by the Rev. Hubert C. j Bratcher, pastor of the Pint ! Methodist Church. Dr. N. J. El! ijs entertained the group with several vocal selections, accompanied at the piano by Mr*. Wanda GiJJ. Dinner mu*ic w»s tut' nished by M.axin* MHliron, «?jr- '62 GALAXIE BY FORD # Enduring new elegance with new power to olease you and your budget Comt set and drive th« car that Introduces twic«-i-y»ar maintenance! Now routine service is reduced to a new low—30,000 miles on many Items, no more than twice a year or every 6,000 miles on the rest! Ford's quality craftsmanship sets a new industry standard. They'll never catch up to that trend-setting Thunderblrd styling! Galaxie brings the sharp, crisp Thunderbircl look to new perfection! The lean, clean look ct action that is years ahead of its host of imitators! And it's matched by an interior elegance unheard of at its low price! Galatle's new luxury makes it wasteful to pay morel They'll never catch up to that trend-setting Thunderbird power) Galaxie is swift as a rumor, silent as a secret . . . 17% quieter than last year's quiet Galaxie! Come take • demonstration without obligation . . . you'll be amnted! C»U«it/soo mo*l b«»ulilully built Ford In hutory. f 0 A.I. See the features of the future, now at your Ford Dealer's Harold Barrett Ford Inc. Bring you* Ford back home to your FORD DEALER !of service! 701 W. BR§WN PAMPA, TiXAS

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