Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 29, 1961 · Page 4
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Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, October 29, 1961
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4 WE PAMPA BAttY NEWS SUN5AY, acfOftfcR SI, 1631 34th Trick Or Treat Youngsters Will Seek • ; tff • ' Aid For Folk Abroad • Halloween' Is coming up Tuesday night and Pampa's youngster* are getting their spook night costumes ready for trick or treat visits to homes throughout I h e city. M-iny of these youngsters will make their'Halloween visits count for CROP; the Christian Rural Overseas program, sponsored by the Pampa Min'steival Alliance, tih'Jsr the gsn^ral chairmanship of "-".arl Cooper. The city's churches and schools are working together on t h e About >f fMend* far and tolnw of themae v*» r lf:etu»1ftn In thl* CROP drive. Funds collected by youn? Trick or Treat participants will be used by the Church World Servlcs for aid in distressed areas overseas. Youngsters up to the sixth grade leve.l will make their cart- yass for funds between 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, High school students and volunteer church workers will solicit funds door-to-door batwcen fi p.m. and 8 p.m. The Texas Council of Churches Is sponsoring the CROP Halloween fund drive throughout Tex- Mass Of Texans, Turned Soldiers, Assemble Today FOfcT POLK, La. (UP!) -More than 15,000 s&ldlefs — ibruptly yanked out of civilian life because of the Berlin cHsia—will stand at attention In a formation stretching nearly 10 miles Wednesday afternoon during formal reactivation ceremonies of Port Polk. This sprawling, 600,000-acre installation has come back to life after more'than two years''of in» activity. Fort Polk, for at least ... . J3 weeks, will be home for the I Who cooking, Merlie.' thousands of National Guardsmen] silver Bells Square Dance Club and reservists called to active w j|| host a special Halloween Plainly - -N' ^' ® or don j* '•'-••' t jfc , »«!§„_ •' Fallout (Continued From Page 1) the Great Lakes region at an 80- mi'i-an-hour clip. :'.".; A PHS spokesman said the cloud had not deposited 'measurable increases of fallout on earth. 'There's nothing showing yet," he said. "And we're not expecting anything." -A Weather Bureat* expert said the cloud, 30,000 to 35,000 feet high in the troposphere, probably i was not carrying fallout different j in d:gi;ee or quantity from earlier, I smaller Soviet weapons tests- j Intense heat generated by Rus- sai's 30 to 50 megaton nuclear blast last Thursday sucked most, possibly 95 per cent, of the resulting radioactive debris high into the stratosphere, the expert explained. It will not drop to earth until Spring, if at all, he said. "A little bit" of the remaining debris in the tropospheric cloud may be deposited on earth, particularly in case of rain, he added- Occasional showers were reported Saturday in the upper lakes region and more were forecast. Meantime as. Meanwhile, city and county police officials are expecting a sane and quiet Halloween observance because of the part youngsters are playing in the CROP solicitation. , r More than a dozen P a m p a churches, aided by t,he Pampa Key Club and High School senior, junior and sophomore students are cooperating in the drive. Service Held In Mobeetie Mrs, 0. E; Tldwell, 1*M Schneider, has received word of the death of her sister, Mrs. J. D. Scott of Greenville, who bad been in 'ill health for IVi y<*rs. MM. Scott has visited friends and re- Utives frequently in Pampa. When dining cut, how about dining) at Joann's'Cafe, 608 E. Fredrick. Sunday special' baked turkey with all the trimmings $1.00 per plate. duty- The men, who only last week streamed into the fort, arc all part of the 49lh Armored Division, a National Guard outfit from Texas' About 10,000 of them are Texans. -ri I n _ IO the Public Health CANYON (Spl) — An election of members to the board of directors of the Panhandle Heritage Foundation is scheduled during a meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Fine Arts Building on the West Texas State College campus •here, - The Foundation is sponsoring construction of an outdoor theater in Palo Duro Canyon for the presentation of historical dramas. Carl Michelle, costume curator of Valentine Museum and costume consultant for the Smithsonian, Institution, will speak on cos- Service stepped up fallout sur-1 tume designing at-Monday night's veillance by its 58 sampling sta- meeting, tions. "We don't believe at this point that further measures are dicated." an official said. in- The other 8,000 are unattached reservists and members of small reserve or national guard units called up to bring the 49th to full strength. They are from Louisiana, Ohio, New York, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Florida, West Virginia and South Carolina. Maj. Gen. Harley B. West, boss of the 49th, will formally assume command of Fort Polk at the reactivation ceremony. The 58-year- old general, who until a month ago was an insurance executive in Dallas, wilt address his troops over a loud speaker system- A base spokesman estimated the troops would be spread as far as 10 miles away from the speaker's stand- The huge formation will receive orders via loudspeakers and short .wave radios. After West's talk, a speech by Lt. Gen. Donald P. Booth', commanding general Fourth U, S. Army, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex-, a 13-gun salute, and martial music by the 49th's marching band, the men of the 49th will, go back to work- Although there are more than 90,000 miles of roads in Japan, only i about 5,700 miles are paved. Square Dance on Tuesday even* ing beginning at 8 p.m. in the parish hall. 'Call 4-421S or see Mrs, Holt at Moses for fruit cake and pastries m metal container f6r mailing.* Jerry Splnks, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Spinks, 2300 Charles, has been initiated into the .Epsi-1 Ion Sigma Chapter of Kappa Sig-, ma fraternity at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Fla. ' Stewart Weding Service — Wedding invitations $9.50 per hundred and up. Phone MO 4-4399.* Make button holes and cover belts and buckles while you wait, MO 5-2807.* Marine Pfc. Jerry D. Vaughn, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Vaughn of Skellytown, was graduated from the First Marine Brigade's Motor Transportation School at Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps Air Station in Hawaii, . Cards — Gifts, — Party Items. The Gift Box, 110 E. Foster.* Miss Ann Duncan, daughter of Mr.. and Mrs, Calvin Duncan of Skellytown has been honored for high performance in the National Merit Scholarship qualifying Test given last spring. She has received a formal letter of commendation 'signed by the president of the, National Merit Scholarship .Corp. '.R (Spl) — Funeral services were held Saturday at 4 ri'etfjck for J. H. Gordon, 80, who disd late Thursday. The services were held in the Mobeetie Methodist church with Rev, D. C, Read, pastor, officiating. Burial was in Wheeler cemetery with Kirk -Funeral Home in charge. The deceased was born April 10, 1881, in Somerville County. He came to Wheeler County 48 years ago. He was married to Miss Gertrude Salman in 1904, He was a member of the Mobeetie Methodist Church, ; Survivors are five sons, Thomas of Tucumcari, N. Mcx,; Clyde of Mobeetie, Henry of Garland, Horace of Toledo, Ohio, and George of Monument, Ore.; four daughters, Mrs. Flora Mae Kelley of Mobeetie, Mrs, Fannie Goodwin of Naples, Calif,; Mrs. Elda Marie Wilson of Pampa and Mrs, Ardena Kilbreth of Homestead, Fla., and 25 grandchildren. Berlin Read the News Classified Ads i (Continued From Page crowd booed, but there was no violence. Although both the American and Soviet tanks withdraw from the 200 to 250 yard range where they had faced each other all night, they still were reported poised in reserve within easy striking distance of the Allied Friedrich- str-asse border crossing point. ' An American spokesman said the Russians had flatly rejected an "American demand that a Soviet officer be stationed at Friedrichstr-asse to assure free allied access into East Berlin. The Russians replied by protesting recent flights by American helicopters over East Berlin territory around the crossing point, apparently carried out to observe Communist activity. Within minutes after (he Russian protest was made known an American DC3 circled over East Berlin three or four times. Mayer ffafit Pi|« I) Wemhef vdri SfAun, director of the Marshall Space Flight Center, JtufltsVille, Alabama, lieab* a list of progrdfi 1 ! paftlcipa'nU Including authorities from the fiefdY 6f business, government, research, newspaper publication, and education, Governor Daniel will address the opening session on Monday and Dr. von Braun will speak at' the banquet concluding t h e conference on Tuesday evening.' Irt a keynote address TML President .tames H. McCrocklin, mayor of Kingsville, will look .to past, present and future of cities and he League in a rapidly urban!/,- ng Texas. Administrative and technical problems faced by city officials within' the various municipal operating departments will be explored Monday and Tuesday in concurrent sessions of mayors and : councilmen, city managers city attorneys, utilities officials, finance officers, tax assessors-collectors, public works officials, personnel and civil service directors, city planners, city clerks, police chiefs, and municipal park and 'recreation directors. . Special emphasis on nuclear fallout protection will come in several departmental sessions, and the conference exhibit area will include displays prepared especially for the meeting of city officials by the Regional Office of the U. S. Office of Civil Defense Mobilization. Pampa Unit Ranked As Superior Nifioflftl Guardsmen, who underwent their annual inspection tour Oct. 5, have been notified the unit has been award' ed a superior rating, Pampa's unit is the only one of seven such divisions to w,in the superior rating, the highest given. Captain Lawrence W. Hurdle the-commander bf the Pampa unit. • Lt*. Colonel Burl L. Lewis, San ,. , Antonio, made the IG or "federal iClUD 'B' tnM*%/tMily>M ** f*».Bt* it._ A J^..l>.^kJ Whifi Deer Choir Pimpft' Miwaniarts were fainsd by, the White Dee? School ch&if Friday ftbori at th regular Weekly meetifig jrt Firs Methodist-Church. ,', <• , FVed 'Thompson* was ifTcharg of the program and introduce^ .toe Whitteri, director, who ssnted the various numbers. sUtij by the 40 - voice choir., President Bob'Ailford announce ed. there jwould be a meeting off the club board of.directors at 7? p.m. Thtilsday in Lovett MemoM ia! Library. inspection the Adjutant General's Department at For t Sam Houston. One of the reasons for the inspection, which was most rigid, was to see if the unit would be ready for mobilization if activated, The Pampa Guards scored the second. highest category of excellent l^ast year after winning the Superior Rating in 1939. • Nikita (Continued From Page 1) yet made, Khrushchev virtually challenged Peiping's leaders to News Not Linked To Subscription Telephone Calls The Pampa Daily News has re' ceived inquiries concerning telephone calls connecting it with a magazine sates program, according to Lewis Caudill, News circulation manager. Caudill stated that anyone endeavoring to connect the New with magazine subscription sales by telephone was indulging in E or Second Time John Fuller owner of the Sate)< ite Club, 1012 Octavitis, feparte$|H| o police late Friday that th'el" :lub had been broken into Thurs- ! day night and an undetermined amount looted from the iuke box and gum machine. -1 Police said this is the.' second ;ime the club • has been-burglarized in less than a month. • TWo Amarillo men are being held yi county jail for the Oct. 13 bu{-. glary of . the club. •, I bedroom, excellent location,; Even the Soviet tank wjthdrawa , ITS CHRISTMAS IN OCTOBER AT CIZON'S SPECIAL tera/ M^^ssir N&£$ 15-P1KCK CRYSTAL PUNCH BOWL SET Lovely crystal bowl, base, ladle, and 12 cups, created by Imperial Glass. Perfect, for Holiday Entertainment. Buy Now - Save Now - At Cizon's Just Say "dharge It" at Cizo/.n's Lay-Away Now For Christmas! Remember — At Cizon's ,, "Just a Little Bit Better" clean inside and : -, out, plumbed, wired,; -carpet, close to grade school. For Rent. Telephone MO 4-2269 after 5 p.m. week days.! •Pampa terminal, manager, Reu- ben'Hilton, will; be among.; a group of 40 executives of Lee Way Motor Freight, Inc., attending a I management seminar November ,1; • 3, in Colorado Springs, Col.o, Unit 81, Texas' Beauty Ass'nJ will meet MondAy'at 7:30 p.m. in the Coronado Inn. Danny Lee Dearen, 1101 Sierra Pampa, has completed requirements for a master of arts in education degree with a major in guidance ..and counseling during the summer session at Arizona (State University. Dearen, son of i Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Dearen, I graduated from Wichita Falls High School in 1951. Velma Pennington Ad-Rime Winner Mrs. Velma Pennington, 705 East Campbell is this week's winner of the $10 Ad - Rime prize. The hidden slogan was "Business transacted with mutual integrity : is always pleasant." Her completed jingle was, "Deal with firms you know and trust, you'll be treated fair and just." i Congratulations- Our check for $10 is being mailed to you Mon day, Each entry must be on a sepa- , rate post card or sheet of papei showing (I) Hidden Slogan (2) Your rhyming Ad - Rime (3) Your name and address (4) Your occupation. Study the rules on page 21 and be sure to visit the directory business firms (hat make this game possible. Saturday morning brought a flare- up of tension. The Soviet tank crews buttoned down their hatches and gunned their engines. Amer- can tankers went on an instant 'alert but relaxed when -the Russian tanks reversed and withdrew. halt their support of the Albanian I misrepresentation. The News does have a "sales campaign in the Spring on a door-to-door basis whereby subscribers can take the News and their favorite magazines on the basis-of one weekly collection, but subscribers should be wary of any telephone attempt to make such a sale, Caudill stated. ' renegades. He said if the Communist, Chinese really meant their declaration about the need for normalizing relations between Albania and the Socialist camp, "there is hardly anyone who can contribute to a solution of this problem more than the Communist Party of China." The main speech at Saturday's session was delivered by Central Committee Secretary Frol Koslove, who echoed criticisms fay Khrushchev and other speakers of the "anti-party" proun of former Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov, former Premier Georgi Malenkov and Lazar Kaganovitch. Tucker Rites Set Tomorrow Funeral services for Carl Mar-' tin Tucker, 67, who died Friday in his home, 517 N. Christy, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in the Central Baptist Church with the Rev. John Dryer, pastor of thai Hobart Baptist Church, official- ing> - •'.."! i Graveside rites will be held atl 2 p.m. Tuesday in Lone Grove,] Okla. Duenkel - Carmichael Fu-! heral Home is in charge,; NEW YORK (UPI) — P r e-| miums written for workmen's! compensation insurance in 1960| amounted to $1,419,362,000, conrf pared with only $248,250,000 itj 1939, according to the Insuranca Information Institute. Camera Reported Stolen From Home Doyle Williams, 727 W. Francis, reported to city police late Friday that a Polaroid camera was stolen from his home sometime Wednesday or Thursday night. Oilmen (Continued From Page 1) States Chamber of Commerce; L. G, McCollum, president of Continental Oil Co., and Aliv C. Hope, two-time president of IPAA. Committee meetings started Thursday and will continue Sunday for the publir information, natural gas, budget and audit, nominating, import policy, stripper well association, secondary Williams said a screen door had j recovery and stripper well, in- D4"\BTBAITC ... Ideal To Send With r WK I KAI I *> Your Chmtmai Card* BILLFOLD SIZE PORTRAITS Portraits Only $>|95 SAVE 4 This |Ood on sUU»f» thl» week only. No Age Limit £ 6 Poses To Choose From HOURS: 9 AM. To 5 P.M. By Appointment Only PHOTO ARTS STUDIO 113 W, foster In Ci/.ou's Jt»vy«lry • Pipeline (Continued From Page I) Laniesa, Brownfield, and Level , land, j Cost of the dam is estimated a I $31 - million and cost of, the aque duct at $65 - million. The lake to be formed by th Sanford Dan\ will cover an area of some 26,000 acres. U will bi 16 to 20 miles long with a shor line of nearly 200 miles. The lak' will have a capacity of 1,331,50 acre - feet. The aqueduct to be constructs by 1968 will be 322 miles long The reinforcsd concrete and stce cylinder line will be six feet i diameter. There will be 19 pump ing pl«nts and two regulating re-' servoirs at strategic points along the line between the dam and • Lubbock. I The Sanford dam will be 6,400 feet long and 40 feet wide on top. Base width of the d-am will be 1.300 feet and it will be 199 feet : liigh. Total volume of the dum , will be 13 • million cubic yards : and the spillway capacity will be 71,600 cubic feet per second. Estimated charge for the water to be deivered to Painoa will ! be 13.52 cents per 1,000 gallons. een pried off. The camera was allied at $100. vestment and federal and public lands committees. WANTED! MEN —WOMEN from RRfs IS to r,2. Prepare now for U. S. Civil Service job openings in this area during: the next 12 month!?. Government positions pny as lilsh as J-HB.OO a muiilh to start. They provide much greater security than private employment and excellent opportunity for advancement. Many positions require lltti* or no specialized education or experience. But to get one of these jobs, you must pass a. test. The competition Is keen and in some cases only on#out o( five pass. Ijlncoln Service helps thousands prepare for these tests every year. It Is one of the largest and oldest privately owned schools of its kind and is not connected with the Government, For PRKIO Information on (lovernnienl jobs, Including list of positions and salaries, fill out roupon and mall at once - TODAY. You will also get full details on how you can qualify yourself to pass these tests. DON'T DELAY - ACT NOW! LINCOLN SERVICE, Dept. Pekin, illinou! V ; . :•<*• J am very, much Interested. Please send inn absolutely• FRHJ'B (1) A list of U. S. Government positions and salaries; (2) Information on how to qualify for a XI. S. Government Job. NAME AGE AD D R ESS CITY STATE Give Exact Directions To Your Home NOW! A NEW WORLD OF WORTH! HERE TO STAY ON THE JOB AND SAVE ON THE JOB CHEVY JOBMASTER TRUCKS NEW HIGH TORQUE POWER! BRAWNY NEW DIESELS! HARDER WORKING NEW VS^AND THE WORLD'S MOST POPULAR TRUCK 6's! NEW DURABLE DESIGN! • Power's the big news. High Torque power . , . highest in Chevy's history. 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