Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 29, 1961 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, October 29, 1961
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Work Scheduled To Link SHJ213 And Highway 60 w i LEFORS (Spl) — Beginning at Ja point approximately one mile •south of Pampa on Highway 70 ',and extending east atjd southeast ;and ending approximately 3.5 j miles northwest of Letars High' <fway 273, right of w^y has been ^purchased and funds,? have been Mtiade available for improving the -road, according to Joe Clark, IGray County commissioner. \ Clark said that at a point at the section line between the Baggar-, men and Wilkerson properties and '.^extending north, right of way and •*rj)ad construction funds have been ^allotted to' connect SH 273 with 'Highway 60. A total of 6'/ 2 miles ••*of read on 273 and two miles con- •necting 273 with Highway 60 is to -«be improved on the road. «•••• Total cost of the project approx- t.imatelyMs set 'at $993,000, and the iconstruction will take one year to ..complete, Clark stated. £ Lowering of gas and oil lines is ^now complete and fencing of right ;Jof way is progressing rapid!/. The '*new highway will pass over the y«Fort Worth and Denver Railroad" ^approximately 600 Ft. east of the •present underpass between Pam• 5pa and Lefors. '$- No present plans are seen, the llcommi'ssioner said, for extending £'tbe road to Lefors. There is still ^a question as to where the high-'way will enter the city of Lefors. '••It has been surveyed once, he '^-stated, the route going slightly /..west of Lefors. .&,., The present construction will el- Vijiminate many of the short curves .^between Lefors and P-ampa, and ^make travel time to Pampa or '.'^points west decidedly less and .vlmuch more pleasant. The shortest ;l:;route from Pampa to Lefors when 'f'the highway is completed Com•-missioner Clark stated, will be to ••^travel north to highway 60 on the •wlwo mile paved strip and enter '*'<:Pampa from the east. Oit The T f -f rt f t-Jtf-ftt titiff fit f fit The Panhandle Chapfbr API will hold its next monthly meeting on Thursday, November 2, 8 p.m., in the Starlight Room, Coronado ' Inn. •"": Stanley I.'• Betzer, superintend- .,ent of production for Phillips Pe- ^troleum Co., Borger, will speak |pn; the subject "North Burbank |Waterflood," located in Osage :|County, Oklahoma Betzer is one • i 'of" the southwest region's f o r e- most authorities in the field of wa- terflooding. Betzer is a graduate of the University of Nebraska as a civil engineer in 1929. He went to work for Phillips Petroleum Co. the same year and now has over 32 /ears of service. He has been in . secondary recovery work for the past 28 years, of which the past 21 years has been experience in waterflooding in many areas of •, northeastern Oklahoma and eastern Kansas. His experience with the North Burbank area is intimate, as he has been the key individual in its operations from •1941 until his recent transfer to Borger. In many respects the North Burbank Waterflood represents a vpreview of the situation to be faced locally with prospective wa- terfloods in the Texas Panhandle n Area. It covers a large area of 25,000 to 30,000 acres, developed on a 10 '.acre well spacing, and its reservoir is at a depth of about 3,000 feet. The major difference "is that the producing formation at Burbank is a sandstone while the inajor formation here is dolomite. Betzer will explain the techniques •Tjsed and the problems encounter£d there, and what may be expected in waterfloods for the ^Texas Panhandle Field. * Other chapter business will in- ylude the preliminary arrangements for the annual election of «officers banquet scheduled for Jhe early pv't of December. Refreshments will be served at the Conclusion of the meeting. » ___. « ~~ ' ' " Furniture Men To fvieet Wednesday 5 The semi - annual district meet- of the Retail Furniture Assn. Texas, District No. 17, will be at Herring Hotel in Amaril- Wednesday, Nov-1, 1961 ac- lo an announcement Siiacle by Jack P. Foster. * The meeting, to be chairnianed <by District Director Foster will ijjegin at 6:30 p.m. Foster said* 2'About 50 people representing 26 jpounties in this area are expected b« present. Executive Vice- Fiasco 6. Moore of »ad Sam Wafdrop of Abi- President gt Retail Furni- A»facJatk)ft et Texas, will be «jB<M!g thoif fppeafin| on the ! H16HLANO OENfeftAL HOSPITAL fJOTfiS Adtnissibrts . 0. P. Smith, P'ampa Mrs. Linda Garner, 1808 "" N. tiwight Sharon M. Vickery, 504 "N. Naida M( - s. .Tune Flowers, Pampa Dortna Beard, 1152 Starkweather •Teresa Humphreys, 806 E. .Harvester Floyd Sackett, 2216 N. Weils Don Stephens, 940 S, Hobart Raymond Henry, Pampa • Mrs. Vonzelle Kennedy, 521 W. Montagu Mrs. Clara Whitney, 1029 S. Dwight Joe Lee', 1918 N. Nelson Mrs. Barbara Beaty, Pampa A. E. Geske Jr., 120 E, 27th Carl Warner, 1617 Duncan Patricia Mayer, 1125 S. Nelson Mrs. Alberta Watson, Fargo, Okl-a. ' Phillip Runyon, Phillips J. E. Pfiarce, 102 N. Nelson Max Galloway, • 1823-"N. Nelson . Dismissals Mrs: Roberta Woods, 908 E, Francis . .•'... ' '• Jerri Reed, Stinnett Vickie Lee, Lefors "\ Mrs. Barbara Watkins, 412 N. Perry Carmen Butler, 2237 N. Wells D. C. Perkins, Amarillo Mrs. Suexx Earhart, Lefors 0. T. Wilks, Kansas Mrs. Pink Ridgeway, Pampa R. F. Romack, Lefors Aaron. Miller, Sunray, Texas Mrs. Louise Mitchell, Canadian Nancy Stocksill, Pampa Mrs. Carolyn MacDonald, 1123 Mary Ellen Mrs. Linda Garner, 1808 N. Dwight Mrs. MyrI Giesler, Skellytown WATER CONNECTIONS A. Floyd Strickland, 521 N. Frost .... ... . . . , Kenneth Raines, 1152 Varnon Dr. Virgle-M. Poole, 513 Maple Marvin Sallyman, 1825 Coffee Houston Lumber Company, 420 W. Foster Johnny Debton, 500 N. Rider Roy Bogges, 946,S. Faulkner Kenneth D. Hogan, 1017 E. Murphy • , C. N. Hughes, 934 S. Wells Kenneth Jones, 2429 Navajo J. E. Sweet, 2404 Rosewood T. F, Howell, 712 N. Sunincr 0. G. Anderson, 1132^ Crane Willie Williams, 1230 V N. Russell MARRIAGE LICENSES Jerry Clark Biggers to Barbara Nell Welch John R-aymond Coffee to Barbara Helen Neusch Jimmy Lee Brown to Alice Marie Cunningham Loren Dean Hemken to Ira Jean Bewley Thomas Eugene Stillwell to Cheryl Virgene Combs Billy Edd Allison to Helen Claudine Brock Robert Carr Vincent to Mrs. Margaret Ann Weatherly DuBois GRANTED Susan Beck from Floyd Dean Bnck .Mary Frances Knight from Bobby Gene Knight , Helen Shackleford from Ronald Shackleford M. L. Chandler from Mahala Chandler Billye Jane , Roberts from Morice J. Roberts Darlen,e 3 o z a r t h Pavageau from Fernando Pavageau NE WCAR REGISTRATIONS A. W. Neff, Box 133, Pontiac Clyde Vanderberg, 1125 Charles, Ford Tex Evans, Buick-Rambler, Box 1578, Buick Billy J. Willis, 2128 N. Wells, Chrysler John D. Ray, 528 Z i m m e r s, Rambler Carl Levitt, Wheeler, Chrysler M. A. Penington, Stinnett, Dodge Claude S. Ferrel, 1913 N. Sumner, Chevrolet Price T. Smith Inc., 1045 Prairie Dr., Chevrolet C. B. Cree,' Jr., 1912 Charles, Buick Harbord L. Cox, 1912 N, Wells, Oldsmobile Vii-Rinia Vaughn, 1301 N. Russell, Ford Cecil P. Farmer, Borger,"• POIT- tiac Series Of Tax r H Clinics Planned A series of three-day Tax Clinics for tax practitioners to be held during December and early January -was announced by the Internal Revenue Service today. The Internal Revenue Service has sent invitations : to tax practitioners on its 'mailing list, according to Ellis Campbell, Jr., district director. Tax practitioners were invited to register for a session to be held at the Republic Bank Auditorium in Dallas on December 27, 28, and 29, or onl'ii December 27, 28, and 29, or on Rogers Auditorium in Fort Worth- A similar clinic will be held in Lubbock on January 3, 4 and 5, if there is sufficient demand and if appropriate arrangements can be made. Last year Internal Revenue Service held a similar tax clinic- Due to limited material enrollment was limited lo 100 practitioners. There were 300 applications for enrollment. Enrollment is also open to representatives of large industrial concerns that prepare income tax returns for their employees. T ho s e desiring to make application can obtain information and an application form | from Jim Hodges, P. 0. Box 594, Dallas, Texas. Way For Lawsuit On Water Rights Onened By Court AUSTIN? (UPl)-The State Supreme Court today cleared the way for a lawsuit to determine water rights along the Rio Grande above Falcon Dam. The high court held that the Fourth Court of Civil Appeals was correct when it dissolved a decision by Dist. Judge E, James Kazen of Laredo that enjoined action on the suit in Hidalgo County t The water suit was started because of the advent of Amistad Dam up the river from Falcon. If riparian water rights are upheld, upriver. us"ers would have prior right over Lower Valley users, and could open much new land to irrigation- A suit was filed in the 93rd District Court in Hidalgo County in an effort to head off upstream expansion before it started and sought an adjudication of rights against water users above Falcon to the headgates of Maverick County water control and improvement district number one in Kenney County. A group of petitioners headet by Paul Bruni sought to block the lawsuit in the 93rd Court, and Kazen agreed Bruni was correct The Fourth Court of Civil Appeals • reversed the decision ar\d Kjazen's '•injunction', was dissolved on grounds that his court could noi take jurisdiction., Bcuni appealed to the State Su prcme Court on grounds that the suit in the 93rd District Court was an illegal attempt to have that court join two suits cpvering water above and below the Fal con Dam. . • • . 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