Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 6, 1963 · Page 3
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Pampa Exchange Student Describes Switzerland ^Pampa youth Vincc .lohn.son, who was a foreign exchange student in Bern, Switzerland for the p a s I Ci.chl months, spoke at (he Pampa ftntary C'luh's luncheon meeting yesterday at the Comnado Inn. The speaker was favorably impressed with his 'adopted' country rind with the family wilh whom he stayed, while in Switzerland, lie said that they arc an active, liealthy people, who enjoy outside spoils and activities as well a.s ail, ijnisic and literature. ,' In comparing Swiss schooling ^.'ilh ours, Johnson said that in Switzerland, there are no outside fieiivitics such a.s athletics, choirs, tic. The students in Switzerland go to school onlv to learn, lliev av- V ' ' erage an eight hour school day. five days a week. Competition is so stiff there that only fi\e per cent of' the children are permitted to attend high school, .fohnson said. • In Switzerland there aie three: national languages, (i e r m a n, , French and Italian, he explained. ', The Swiss believe in the confederacy system of government, .lohn- Son said. State Government in most Instances prevails over the federal government. i ; Johnson was sent to Switzerland bv the American Field S e r v i c e. which sponsors HOOD s t u il e n t s ihi ouj.'bout the wot Id 1'nder the program. 500 American students v.ent to ?S different countries to fctiuly this vear. Young Johnson who >s a eiad- \\;\\c of Pampa High School, i-; the u Vandals Tamper With Automobile ; Bill Hodgson, employe of KIIHH. J'O! 1 ;, N. Banks, reported to pol-re Jhat vnniial.s or practical jokesters had a field dav wuh his car parked near the radio station last right. • Among other things. Hodgson '^old police, the cap was reimsed jrom the pasoline tank, w ires Verr wrapped around the eiv.:ine\ li'.slributor, and coil \v:f's weie ie moved entire! 1 . son of Mr. and Mrs. Ra\moncl V. .Johnson, -in Low TV. dene Imcl introduced the program. Il was also announced thai the installation of officers h a n q u e I would be beld Tuesday evening, June 25 a I the Inn. Municipal Court Docket John T. McPhillips Jr., KM S. J-'aulkner. racing, found guilty by jury, fined S15, r.ary D. Martin, 422 Y e a g e r, muffler violation, guilty, fined $10, also charged wilh not having inspection slicker, guilty, fined $;"'. I Charles R. Scott. 1021 Neel Rd., operating unregistered vehicle, guilty, fined $10. Mary Dean. BUS S. Somerville, i speeding, guilty, fined $10. Michael Corcoran, 705 N. Frost, . speeding, guilty, fined $10. j Richard D. Lowe, White I') e e r, improper start from parked petition, cmlty, fined Jin. F.ldon R Fields, qoq Schneider, racing, guilty, fined $10. ; Hilly ,1. Ford. 120 S. West, speeding, guiltv, fined $10. Bobhv Rutherford, no address, intoxication. guil'v, fined $25. Anthonv llei nand'V. I21'l \V. Riple-. . m.nor in pos-essim of alco- - - About Obituaries 'Fhs New* Invites readers t.o nl'.me In or mini Item.- aimui tli- IT.mill".; -mil l-oims .1 T'lpli-. jpln -. nr frioncls for Inclusion tn this foil) IPI1. * Incllratr.i paid ail v ft is In c -'•! Ml .<1'. Pomoa Man Fined On DWLS Charge Donald I! Foster. 711 N. Soiimr- ville, eniered a plea ol guiltv to a ihaiL-e of drr> ing with license si" nended Fo-ier was fined S2.i and costs in county court this morning. President .Car Damaqed The Pampa Lire Department \vn< called out at .V 05 p m. yesterday to extinguish o car motor fire at -100 N Ballard 'Hit- car. belonging to Mrs. Mary McCorm- jck, suffered damage to the wiring .und backfire through the carburetor. (Cunlinucd From Page 1) dernoupshed sectors of run edu- rational system ".\nd WP mu-t re(nt;iii?c that sf"jt i • •>•.' ,ciii in c(l if ,it:np— 'mil I m'vui the de facto SCIM eL'a' ion of the Nonb a-; well as the p-o- cl'iimcd M'gregatKin of the South — bruv.'s with it seiioiis handicaps to a large percentage of our natnm's population." Plugs For Program The President renewed bis call for action on his educational Iceis-lative r e c o m me-ndations i pending in Congress. j Judith Ann Sasser has completed 1 nine months of a three year pro- 1 i;rain at ihe Shannon West Texas Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in San Angelo. A.s recognition of her full acceptance into t h e school, she will receive the school cap at a Candlelight in;; Ceremony to be held al Ihe San Angelo College Auditorium, today. She is ihe 'daughter of D. \V. Sasser and a crnduatc of Pampa High School. Small well furnished house, redecorated, automatic heal, antenna, garage, nnrthside. MO 4-22-M " James R. I.ang'ord of Pampa, was among 320 June graduates at New Mexico Stale University's annual commencement held June 1 at the NMSU Memorial Stadium He was awarded a Bachelor of Science m Business Administration degree. He is the son of Mr. ; and Mrs. Minor Landlord, 110(1 , S. Hohart. and a 1958 graduate of Pampa High School. Meeting Friday nile — 7:.10 at JLti'.esli!' Bi/wl lo oriiam/e the Ladies Summer Tw, light League lor Muiidav niles CaroUn McCoy of Pampa will 'ie among the .MID college and high r hoo! meinli''/'^ and a<!'. !•>'•! ^ i x- pi'Cled in atieiul a c uir. eni \<>n ol Phi lieta I amljila in Dallas Sun dav through luescla\. f arulyn is a junior at L.aMern New Mexico University. She will compete in the Miss Future Business Fxecutive contest di.ring ihe meeting. Purchase your reserved seat tickets for Pampa Little Theaters production of "Blithe Sp;r:i" at B£8 Pharmacy and Cit./ens Bank and Trust Co.* Mrs. Jack C. Smith, Mrs. Audane Finney and Miss Pam Kur; are leavmp Fndav to at':nd a six- week.-' summer course in Spanish at the International L'tmersitv of Saltillo m Coahuila. Old Mexico Top o' Texas, Chapter 1054, Order of the F.astern Star, will have Open Installation in the Masonic. Hall, 420 W. Kingsmill at 8 p nr Friday. Mrs. Bill Monroe will be installed worthy ma iron and Owen Long will take office as worthy patron. Franklin Carrol Young Services for Franklin C a r r o I Young will he held al 2 p.m. Fri- dav in the Central Baptist Church wilh Ihe Rev. Thcrmnn f). Upshaw, pastor, officiating. Mr. Young, a retired carpenter, died al 4:.'!"> a.m. Wednesday in a local hospital. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery under Ihe direction of Duerikcl - Carmichael Funeral Home Pallbearers will be I.vie Gage. Homer Bowers, Roy Griffin, J. D. White, Bily Joe Chance Cole. Mrs. Nettie Lorraine Caughey Riles for Mrs. Nellie Lorraine Caughey aie set for '.', p.m. Friday in Duenkcl - Carmichael Funeral Ch;ipe| wiih the Rev. A. R. Burns, pastor of the Barrett Baptist Church, officiating. Mrs. Caughey, died at 5:10 a.m. Wednesday in Highland General Hospital. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Duen- kel-Carmich>3el Funeral Home. V. L. (Jack) Burr V. L. (Jack) Burr, a McLean rancher died suddenly Weclnes- day at 3:25 p m of a heart attack in a McLean doctor's ofiue. Funeral services are slated for Fridnv at '! p m. in the Mr Lean Chimb of Cbrisi with Mr. .! a v Channell, minister, officiating. Interment wdl be in llillcrest Ceineiery under ibe diiection of Lamb i-uneial Home of McLean. Mr Burr v\as hotu March Ifi. 1H02 in Trenion, To:, and moved to McLean in HilS from firayson County, lie rancher) .seven miles south of McLean. He married Mrs. Lou Hall in and Nolan! Shamrock. Sepi. 'jR. |%l. He was a member ol the McLean Church of Chtist. Survivcus include- his wife. Lou of the home, three step-daughters. Mrs. Cluirlenc Pi'Tce nf Pampa. Mrs. Donna Hulsev of Denver. Colo, and Janelle Hale of McLean; one step-son. Jim Mack Hall Burr of McLean, three brothers. Rill and Shorty, both of McT can and .1. N. of Carp'Htnn. Mo. two sisters. Mr? R. E. Dahon of Pampa and Mrs. RnHi of V.'hitp Deer: three grandchildren, two nephews and two meres. Pope {Continued From Page 1) of the friendly feelings of the Soviets lowaid tin.- late pontiff. A^ toda\'s crowd continued lo •iiri-am iluiiui/h lin 1 church, po- lu e ^aid thi\ coidd M'call no in- ''am c ol SIM i! a turnout lor a pope Is mr m slate. Flowers Piled High ! "I'lie pili s of flowers lett near the bodv nl ihe Pope by the mourners grew today. Thev lan'-i-d from f .\pen--.i\e bouquets to Jil-( i.-nt bunches of while car- n.-i'ions boiujhi at street corner ?-alls In the ?,'.', hours of tribute from the time the basilica's doors ory-p.ed \\ednesdav morning until the scheduled interment this aft- PI noon clu'c to a million per-ons v ill Ki > P pa^^ed b', 1 the bod'-' The ra' (iinaK of the r Iv.irch were carr\ mg on the affairs of us \asi administration pending selection of another pope. They decided Wednt'sdav to begin iheir secret conclave June 1!) to choose a suice.ss.ot for Pope John, who , died Monday night of a stomach tumor believed to be cancer. Ihev will begin balloting June 20 Theodore P. Cunningham Theodore (Ted) P. Cunningham. 65. of flmtc-n. Okla. died of an apparerrt hearl attack Tuesday night wlvle dii\inL' his car on a farm road southwest of Clinton, Okla Mr. Cunningham is mir\i\ed In Irs wr,. ]•>.,, he) ,,f ;lu- l-.ome He ha-- lii-"ii a if-idrnt of ('I i n I o n Mive I'l.'fi. exc, pi f,, r fi, t . nionths v hen he re- idi-d at tin.- A d a m > Hotel in Pampa FIII]IT:I| sei'.ir't.s \ull be conducted at 10 a m !• nd-i\ m thf Hroad',' ay Heighis P,:iptiM Cluirc h m Chniim wi'h the R'"'. AKis 0. Merrill, pastor, ofiiciating. Interment uil! be in the Clinton Ccmeterv. Chiropractors Plan to Attend TSCA Meeting Four Pampa chiropractors a r e planning lo attend th" '10th anm- versarv convention of the Texas Slate Chiiopraciir Association in Houston, .lutic l.Vl.i. i! was an- nounr-r-d here today. '] hey are Dr. Harrv .1 l,o\eles<--. Dr. Robert II. Rnllerlue. Or R. F Thompson and Dr. T a I m a d g c Wrujht. Them'' of the |%!l coti• enlion will he "insurant •(• " Dr H'll !•. fiaru.'py of Horistoti, convention chairman said The fj\ c m a i n speaker'; will discuss \anons as peels nf insurance pertaining to chiropractic Thr speakers inH'ide f)r Thomas M. fioodnrh. former Lincoln Chiropractic College professor who i will discuss orthopedic and neurological examinations and case management pertaining to insurance casr-s: Les Morplanri of Austin. exT'u'ive. dirpctnr of the Industrial Accident Boarrl; Tom Da- vi.s of Austin. president of the Texas Plaintiffs' Association: VV. V.'nod row Herring, past president of ihe Housion Association of Claims Men. who will explain daims procedures, anil Dr. .lames 'A'. Parker of Fort Worth, who-e •:uh]rcl i-, office procedures in insurance case management. Se\ enti-'en former Association prfsid'-nts who have 1 served since the 'I S ( A uas formed in I().'!.'$ by h'_- iiifrue.i of Hie Texas branch of •be l : niM-isul Cluropraci ic Asso cialion v, lib ibe Texas ("hiroprac- MC Association, will be honored at ie coir.''lit ion. 5GTH YEA It THE PAAfPA DAILY NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE ft, I9M Railroads To '• Drive Study Merger AMARU. 1 0 (Sph — Finr-M S. Marsh, president of The At'liison. Topeka and Santa Fe Railway fiompanv. anrl Downm" R Jfrik-, presidr.ni of the Vli-sonn Par ifir Railr'.ad '.ompaiv. , todas anno'in- ced the initiation of exploratorv -.Indies fnr the merger of the two rail properties. The studies w til bruin in th^ near future They will \>f *,f a prehtn mar'' character and -,• dl IIP designed pnnianl" for the purp<>v of deiernuning whether morf ('.••tailed studies ore warranted ( nn sid'Tfil ion '/.ill be u\: en ;\>i;nr\i other things, to the inclusion oilier western lines that ma•-•ire to he included in a mcr of this t\p<\ of Credit Cards Are Stolen Trov Hester. 2227 N Nelson, reported to police today that someone had stolen a leather folder containing half a dozen gasoline credit cards and several insurance identification cards. Hester .said he believed the folder was taken from his home during the absence of the fa mil v. (Continued From Page 1) D'impster hoxe^ provided bv thd ci'v al'-o ^hould he kept r|or«d at all Mine-; Discus-sing the matter of "blind" -poi- ,T scr""! m'er-Tfion?. Pith- IK \Vork-; Director fooke said ! her" a>e manv of HTMII in Pampa. ihr> r itv lias taken pictur"": of sonT 1 of the I'.-or-t spot; in Pamna and an fil'n> v. ill he mad" in work v. ith property owners to eliminatfi 'hfin I.'i -rmie r-i-f v (";tv Man,i£?f Srhwif/T said, it will h» nerov sar\ 'o mark off no parking areas for 'Ui ffei on either =idc nf dan- rj'T'nis ini"i *frtmn- In others it mav hf nece>.sarv to r'Tno'/e- trees or -hnibr-KM v which cut off t h a vie-A nf approacb.mc motorists. "\\r. arf rloinc our utmost to imprn- e the garbage and (rash mllertion <: y s t e m." Srhmit7?r said, "and ue also want to carry 'hrout'h plans (o eliminate t h e "blind" sp^ts which are proving to be traffic ha?ards at many street intersections "Roili of these programs call for the full cooperation of the public =md we feel sure that we will jet 'hat cooperation when the situation is fully explained." Read the News Classified Ads The practice of wearine objects around the ne< k dates from the Stone Age THE FIRE FLYS RHYTHM IN BLUES.. ROCK AND ROLL AND TWIST IN PERSON TONIGHT, FRIDAY & SATURDAY DANCER'S DEN 824 SOITH CUTLER the Wives SERVE HIM QUALITY POOD! Read the News Classified Ads are expected 10 davs to decide. take about HERE WE GO AGAIN...A DR PEPPER CONTEST — WACKIER THAN EVER! TISSU COFFEE NORTHERN 4 Roll Pkg. Macaroni & Cheese Kraft 19c Vienna Sausaae Swiff 1.00 Tomato Sauce Hunts 8 01. canf 3 fo 29c PRODUCE Fresh K-V Green Beans c Ib AND YOUR CHOICE OF THESE "WHEELS' Calif. Long While Potatoes 10 Ibs Shurfrosh Biscuits 12?S1 Frosh Cantaloupe Shurfrpsh OLEO '1 !bs 46-oz. Hi-C Grape or Orange Drink.. Shurfine No. 2/2 Cans PEACHES .. Kraft MIRACLE WHIP Folgers 10-oz. Jar INSTANT COFFEE FLOUR Shurfine 5 Ib. bag 39c DOG FOOD Roxey 12 cans 1.00 Ellis 3 for TAMALES No 2 A - QQ MILK Shurdne 8 tall cans 1.00 Pork& Beans A CHECK FOR 5,OOO CLAMS M . i , ii I t\ IT, I'.t -s i 1 • Tomatoes lie Potato Chips NEXT TWO PRIZES 7*0 .mners *ill recent i CORVAIR "bOO ' ^«nes Coup*, complete mlh *hi!e*l!is ind powergliJe ltan^^l i NEXT 6 PRIZES HONDA "SO" CUS M i the tine around VEHI So many of you nice folks urged us to have another nutty contest this year. . . and here it is 1 Imagine — you can own a genuine SQUARE WHEEL, your choice of one of the 1963 automobiles shown above and $5.000. Or, you might win one of the 1,758 other ' wheely" prizes. The Square Wtieel (hand carved from stone, ,'iO"x30"».'V') is symbolic of the caveman chaiacters (created by Johnny Hart, "B C." comic strip artist) who appear m our current adveitismg. It's a one of-a-kind object — (DOLLARS, THAT IS) guaranteed to generate conversation when fnencis drop in (or a Dr Pepper. In case you've forgotten (say it isn't so), we conduct these wacky contests to remind you that Dr Pepper is the unusual soft drink. Not a cola, not a root beer, it's a delicious blend of many fruit flavors. Too, Dr Pepper naturally goes with fun •—• and we think you'll have fun putting on a Caveman Clambake and entering the contest. Pick up several cartons of Dr Pepper today- -you'll find official entry blanks and full details on 'em! Sotlm Napkins Kleenex Tissues 4$ Frozen Food NEXT 10 PRIZES COLUMBIA TANDCM BICYCLES It's till Tandem lh«l revised the sport oi companion cycling 1 NEXT 100 PRIZES TYCO TRAIN SETS. TYCO brines »ou in eidlms HO tra>n set with th» "Rio Gi«nde Freight." 250 PRIZES JOHNSON flSHING SHS. "C-.tt- tton ' Spinning Reel. /' $pmmng tod, the modern way lo fish. NEXT 390 PRIZES BENRUS WATCHES. Select cither * M o mi n' & p« ti t« wi U h or 4 mi n' s fugged mode). NEXT 1,000 PRIZES MOTOR TREND MAGAZINE 1-UAR SUBSCRIPTION II you dn« you U like MOTOR TREND! NEW Party Idea! HAVE A Entry blanks found on Dr Pepper cartons give you a complete menu and new exciting recipes for a Jim dandy party idea. Be the first in your neighborhood to entertain caveman style! COMfSr CLOSES )\jl\L 30! Again, The Generous Donor! DR Plf'PIR COMPANY, CAIU5, I'll! Corn <"''••-'' PEAS We Feature U.S.D.A. Good or Blue Ribbon Beef Half A*]* Hind For Home Fre«.r, B0ef • * ^ Q^. All On Our REASONABLE PAYMENT PLAN Wrapped As You Like It Cut And Blue Ribbon Chuck Pork Sausage Rue »». 1.00 Bilk' SIRLOIN, T-BONE STEAK 79 tb Ground Beef 4 ^ 1.00 BACON Quality 2 ,„.. 79c FRYERS Grade A Whole Ib. 29c RSH STOCKS 29cTRY OUR DRY COOKED HICKORY SMOKED BARBECUE!!! ••••••••••••^••••••••^•wr^i^^^^^ om & Gee 421 E. Frederic We Give Buccaneer Stamps vjrocery Open 7 Days A Week MO 4-8531 R':ue Ribbon Round Steak 79 tb Cured Ham Butt End or Shank End

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