Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 6, 1963 · Page 20
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Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, June 6, 1963
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THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 8, Long-Lasting NEW YORK (UPI) - The Association of American Railroads reports the average railroad freight car traveled a record 1,028,990 (m) miles — about 41 times around the world — before being sidetracked for emergency hot box repairs. Germs Find Oil NEW YORK (UPI) - Oil Facts, a publication of the American Petroleum Institute, reports that a newly patented system uses certain bacteria which thrive on methane gas in the search for new oil deposits. FAT OVERWEIGHT Available to you without » doctor's prescription, our product called Odri- nex, You must lose ugly fat in 7 days or your money back. Odrinex Is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. Odrinex! •iosts $3.00 and is sold on this guaran-j tee: If not satisfied for any reason,! Just return the package to your drug-; gist and get your full money back. No| questions asked. Odrinex it sold with; this guarantee by: Richard's Drug Stor» 111 N. Cuyler Mail Orders Filled SHARE OF MAIL — Morrislown, N.J., farmer Joseph Kucosvski uses an old, out-of-date plow to its best modern- day advantage; he props up his mailbox with it. Poultry Cutback NEW YORK (UPI) - Housewives soon may have to pay more for broiling chickens and eggs as poultry farmers cut back on production in a move to lift depressed prices. Growers have reduced purchases of chicks for broilers by 3 per cent from last year ar.d chicks for eggs by 7 per cent. Remember When? NEW YORK (UPn-Thc Tax- Foundation is out with some strik- j ing figures on inflation. | Just 28 years ago, a Chevrolet: cost $625. Five pounds of flour was 27 cent:,, a dozen eggs I'D cents and a pound af ground beef 18 cents. Read the News Classified Ads \'A I I 110 N. SAVE AT HEARD-JONES EVERYDAY CUYLER PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI.,& SAT. PHONE m MO 4-7478 • SPECIAL GROUP COSTUME JEWELRY ! /2 it Chest * BYTHERMOS Reg. 12.95 Fountain SPECIAL Lime Freeze 1.29 Values Figurines ea. 99 • » 12.93 Transistor Radios 3 29 Old South tOQQ Redwood Stain Gal. 2 I I Reg. 49.95 Powder LAWN MOWER 2 3-4 H.P. Motor 4 cycle Clinlon ^ • 1 & Baby Books 33c Size Chamberlain Lotion 1..30 Triple Antibiotic B.P.N. Ointment.. /3 off 23' $|I9 • Inside ™ Latex I Reg. 12c f^ Turns 7 I Wall Paint 2 99 I I | 98c Soaky . Bubble | Bath 1 2.98 multi-vitamins, 100 caps. Squibbs Vigron _. IT'S YOUR HEALTH THAT COUNTS! I I I PLAYTEX Baby Pants Supreme Court Is Impatient with Slow Progress By GEORGE J. MARDER United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) - "The basic guarantees of our Constitution are warrants for the here and now." With these words, the Supreme Court of the United States this week voiced its impatience with the slow pace of school desegregation in the Southern states. The words were spoken by Justice Arthur ,f. Goldberg, but reflected a unanimous opinion. They pointed to a hardened attitude by the court against appeals for time before mixing whites and Negroes at all levels in public schools. Explains Us Order The court explained what it mean! in 1954 when it ordered | "all deliberate speed" to end segregation in public schools. And it also explained what it didn't mean. It made clear it wasn't allow, ing time for people opposed to the I mixing of students to get used to the idea—to get over the shock of i racial integration. | "Constitutional rights." the tribunal declared, "may not be dc; nied simply because of hostility to their assertion or exercise." What the bench had in mind in i 1954 were the technical problems of desegregation hundreds of schools throughout the country. It realized those problems were of such magnitude that they couldn't be solved overnight. For one thing, the states had compulsory attendance laws, requiring students to go to school. There also was the question of the adequacy of teachers and facilities which could be crucial, as well as geo- ! graphic assignment which could , be of major significance. Instructions Not Followed It was because of those problems, not because persons opposed to integration had to get used to living with the idea, that the court allowed some delays. It maoe clear that it felt its instructions for all deliberate speed had not been followed. The manner in which the court expressed us impatience was most unusual The comments camr in a racial rase which had nothing to do with school desegregation but uuolvcd use of pub-' lie facilities, such as parks, libraries, and museums at Mem- i phis, Tenn. Usually, the court refuses to go i beyond the specific issues pre-; sented to it. It has been tradi-j tional that its rulings should be interpreted only on the basis of the facts in a tnecific case. ' But this time the court's opin-'. ion was so badly worded that it j will have an impact not only on ! other southern communities facing similar situations bul on the pace of school desegregation as well. The city of Memphis had presented a plan to remove racial s harriers in public facilities over ! a 10-year period It already had started desegregating some of them but was to allow racial mixing in other public facilities gradually over a decade. The city argued it needed the time to a , Did racial sli ife. The lower federal courK agreed. Hut ihe Supreme (dun rejected and directed the lower courts to order desegregation promptly. It told the ( i(v iiflicials: " I lie best guaniniv of civil peai e IH adherent e Id, and re sped for. ihe law.'' ALL OFF A pharmacy Is the only retail store in which a professional, college-trained man is always on hand io serve your prescription needs. Our pharmacist is proud of his profession. One visit to our store will convince youl YOU'LL SAVE WHEN YOU BUY YOUR HEALTH AND BEAUTY NEEDS FROM US! Mushrooming Nl-'\V YORK (UPI) - Big business .soon may make the mushroom as familiar on the dining UiMc as potatoes and tomatoes. • The Borden Co. and other major ; concerns have recently acquired mu.shroom plantations with a to- lal capacity yield of one million ! pounds a >ear. U.S. output this scar is estimated at nearly 13'.' ' i million pounds, up fi million froir. , last year and triple 30 years ago. ' i for those who ! 130 1 1O Sergeants Cat Spray i • IT 2 75 Capsules Contoc 1. 99c 16-oz. Lanolin Plus Shampoo 69c 125 O 1Q 2 °° Tuss v Cleansing Cream PERSPIRE HEAVILY 3.00 DuBarry Seven Winds 3 CAKES of SOAP Cologne 2.1 new anti-perspir- ant that really works! Solves underarm problems for many who had despaired of ef- 1.00 Sue Tyssy Lipstick SOc J.OO MiHmpht Hand & Body Lotion ,.00 For Air Conditioners QU.jv RUST <JMUA PREVENTIVE 'i 5t) (.opportune Suntan Lotion __ S9c High Noon Suntan Lotion .. 1.78 CHUM'S keeps underarms absolutely dry for thousands of grateful users 1 ositive action coupled with complete gentleness to normal skin and clothing- is made possible by new type of formula devised by a young: genius m pharmacy and produced by a trustworthy 60-year-oM laboratory 90-day supply. $3.00 P ] US lax. At leading drug and toil- •f'try counters. Gentle fluid formula with patented nylon ap- piicatnr. Kcmemhor — it stops excessive perspiration — for £l an f ", ser j i kec PS underarms absolutely dry. Heard-Jones for* design eomt it* fht brand-ntw you'll find it in this new NO-FROST refrigerator-freezer CONNOISSEUR ELECTRIC RANGE OUR LOW PRICE! ^9750 WITH ACCEPTABLE TRADE U.. el l-od.mori,, » RCA WMI«l.?OOl • Big Balanced-Heat ovm lets you bake, broil, barbecue all with one control. • Automatic Mealtimer* starts and stops oven automatically. • Eye-level oven and controls. • Pull-out cooktop. • Slips easily into a space just 30" wide. Looks built-in. "Tmk <t *CA by WS,,l 00 el Corooro'lO", mo nj | ac l u ,,, tit. owtiorind by Bod.o Cc-corot"*. ol i-,,r, C o Model EKB-UA Refrigerator and family-size "zero-degree' freezer never need defrosting! OUR LOW PRICE! '299" with acceptable trade Spacious freezer helps to eliminate unnecessary shopping triiis. Other features: Glide-out freo;:er basket • 14 cu. ft. of refrigerated space. 0* PC* 'AHIClPCOv appl.crcfi Q.'lJ'.pd bj Pcd'C C?rcc.'S t 'Oi Of America. MODEL EKL-13C Just place your favorite foods in thp slide-out chiller tray. Chill for a few minutes. Result? Foods Lake on a crisp, cool taste! You'll also enjoy: the vegetable crisper*Spacious frozen food storage*Butter keeper • Storage in door • 10.6 cu. ft. of refrigerated space. SUPER AIR CONDITIONERS REFRIGERATOR FREEZER At this prire, you ''an lurdly afford to be without h f.Munir" ;uitnM:;iiK- itv maker. Replaces every cube sou use . . . ;iuti>m:itir:illy! A!M> f«-n lures: -.'I cu. ft. •':'ero-ili'>;ree" fn-f/.i-r • X'rg.'lal'If rrisper • And there's l-.ii cu. ft. of refrigerated space in all! MODEL AKMP-GO-2 Eliminates uncomfortable ups and downs In cooling any large area up to ooO sq, ft. Exclusive "Comfort Guard" maintains even temperatures . . . automatically! Air conditioner dp- humidifies and filters the air. Also exhausts stale air. Two fan speeds. Other model available cools an area up to 1,600 sq. ft. TERMS ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR. FREEZER WHERE YOU GET SERVICE AFTER THE SALE Model EKB-16IM lceMuy;it ii: automatic- ice maker replaces es ery iee cube you use. Other features .sou'll enjoy: Spacious 5.1 cu. ft. "'/.eni-degree'' (rei'/cr• Neser needs defrosting tn n-frigcralor or firr,.cr * Adjustable butter and cheese compartments* lij.l iu. ft. erf refrigerated space. 125 NORTH SOMERVILLE FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES MO 4-3511 125 N. SomervilU MO 4-3511

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