7-Merchandise Sale 1— MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS UPIUGI1T PIANO, rcronrlmcmeri, refi niched $118,50. J^jUtcrson at Ordway's'. PIANOS — PLENTY PIANOS Jusl received another truck load at reconditioned pianos. This Is the finest load we've ever had All sizes, makes and prices. We have In stock all styles of new Baldwin pianos; and organs; also Ciibson guitars and piano accord! ans, Taylor Music Store 10H North Main. SU4-7532. 42— Nationally Known Goods Cl.E. IRONK $10.95 and $7.50, Texas Furniture Company, 131- 1st S.W. 45-GOOD THINGS TO EAT .STF.ER CALVES weighing an- jirnxlmntely 300 pounds— will dress and deliver either half or whole to your deep freeze fnr 5D(! pound. SU4-6186. or write l.iill Wood, Route 2, Bogata, Tex- FUEK—Black v.'alnuts. Bring container and pick them up, 639-5th NW. GET NELSON'S JERSEY FARM FRESH ALL-JERSEY MILK * Produced by our own herd of Registered Jersey cows « Processed in our own , strictly modern plan! * Delivered in glass bottles daily to your favorite food store 8—Rentals 47—ROOMS, FURNISHED NICE LARGE front hodronm Cloose in. 606-3rd N W. SU4- T207. BEDROOMS $5 WEEK! Apart- rncntj! — dishes. linens. Th« Dorsey. 338 Graham. 48—ROOMS WITH BOARD KEEP LADY or couple. Front room. Mattio Hatchings 157 I3lh NW 50—Apartments. Fnrnisbed VERY NICE small furnished npartmcnt on Church Street. SU4-2118. FOUR ROOM garaco apartment. Adults. 541-lst N.W NICELY FURNISHED three rnom apartment, carage. Close in. SU4-6378. NICE efficiency. ,1 blocks Plaza. Cable Adults. $50. Belew. 38- •4th SW. REDECORATED four room apartment, private bath. 237- 4th S.W. THREE ROOMS, private. Couple Cable. Bills paid. 334 West Washington. EFFICIENCY GARAGE apartment, for gentleman. Bills paid. MU4-3B32. TWO ROOM furnished apartment. Adults only. 322-3rd N.W. LARGE ATTRACTIVE garage apartment; also cmallcr apartment. The Dorsey. 338 Graham. FURNISHED GARAGE apartment, air conditioned, close in. SU4-60S6 after 6 p.m. MODERN GARAGE apartment. Cable. Adults. Bills paid. 723 South Main. NICE FURNISHED garage apartment, bills paid. Couple, C15 East Price. FURNISHED APARTMENT, one block of East Paris School, 2005 Culbcrtson. FURNISHED GARAGE apartment for rent, $30. 815 Fitzhugh. SU5-2408. 51—Apartments, Unfurnished FOUR ROOM unfurnished apartment, very nice. Mri. Sayers Boyd. MODERN TWO Bedroom Duplex with private driveway and Karage. S35 4th SW. Call SU4- 6101 or SU4-8548. FIVE ROOM duplex uostalri. Cable Garage. SU5-1416. FOUR ROOM duplex apartment. Garage. Close In. $35.00. SU4- £849. SU4-4774. THE LEE APARTMENTS—$24 Bonhnm Sli-eet. Nice five room upstairs apartment. Attic fan, garage, private entrance. Heat and water ftirnlshcd. Ideal for working couple. Adults only. Day SU4-840G. night SU4-4053. nELFORD APARTMENTS—260 South Main. Redecorated 3-5 room apartments. Heat ar.d water furnished. Elevator service Call John Scarborough. Jr.. SU4-850S1 UNFURNISHED FOUR room duplex. Floor furnace, attic fan. D4S East Booth. SU4-3260. NICE THREE room unfurnished garage apartment. 434 East Price. SU4-GB12. THREE ROOMS unfurnished apartment. Adults. SU4-68(!4. DUPLEX — Two bedroom unfurnished apartment. 203 East Price. SU5-1558. Se—HOUSES FURNISliED FOR RENT — Small furnished house. Bills paid. Dial SU4- D023. 53—HOUSES UNFURNISHED FIVE ROOM unfurnished house. •720-imh N.E. SU4-68I2. EIGHT ROOM house, corner West Kaufman and 5th S.W., $65. SU4-S427. SU4-3414. TOUR BEDROOM unfurnished house, 2',i baths. 306 South Church. $75 month. SU4-6631. CLEAN, COMFORTABLE modern five rnom houses. East. SU4-280G after 8 p.m. NEW THREE bedroom home, cnrport, South Church. SU4-6427. NEW THREE bedroom home, central heat, West Paris. SU4- K427. THREE ROOM and balh house. 1225-lGlh N.W. SU-l-4625. FIVE ROOM house for rent at Pattonvlllc. Marshall Thread- fill, Deport, OF 2-1353. FIVE ROOM unfurnished house, washer connection, allli: (an, garage, $50. 850-lOth N.E. SU4- 4862. TOUR ROOM unfurnished house 1257 East Sherman. SU4-475«. 8—Rentals 53-HOUSES UNFURNISHED UNFURNISHED F IV E room SE> FIVE ROOMS, garnge, washer connection. Cable, Venetian blinds. Adults, SU4-3719. UNFURN1SHED~FTv E room house, washer connection. Garage. SU4-6864. MODERN FIVE room house, carpets, drapes, central furnace. $05. SU5-1621, SU4-4486. ONE BEDROOM house, all mod". I™. corw e ,ii enceSi 2941 Bonham, ti UT*bjo8, "° U , SE for rent, 1236.14th SE. !>U4-3443. THREE BEDROOM unfurnished home, one block from grade school, 3 blocks from high school. Washer and dryer connections, plenty of closets nnd storage space, 575. SU4-7584. 5G— BUSINESS PROPERTIES DOWNTOWN BUSINESS building 24' x 85', steam heat. Located next to Western Union. 260 Soulh Main. SU4-850D. OFFICE BUILDING for rent or lease. 745-24th S.E. SU4.G631. MECHANIC GARAGE for rent. See Frank Smith at 220 North Main. FOR RENT—150 X 100' deep lot. on Highway 271, >,!, mile nortr city limits. SU4-8579 after 6 p.m. 9—Real Estate 59—REAL ESTATE (or Sale SAUNDEHS REALTY SERVICE —Now open 8:30 a.m-2 p.m. SU5-J8S7 or SU5-H74. 61—FARMS FOR SALE NICE ATTRACTIVE Borne, double walls and doors All convergences. Overhead tank, cistern with electric pump. Pecan trees. ;> Acres Close in on highway. SS-flfl. B A Adcock SU4-4630 MODERN HOME, 10 acres Plenty of water. $1000 down, balance financed. B. N. Havnes, SU4-M62. NICE COUNTRY home with acreage. .1 Miles west on highway. B. N. Haynes. SU4-4352. IF YOU ARE looXins for a nice place for dairy or ranch, sea B. A. Adcock, SU4-4630. THREE BEDROOM home, all conveniences, on 7 acres land. $7,500. Alro 40 acres joining. Good location, 3 miles from Paris. Contact Bill Allred at SU4-3319 or write 607 East Daughcrty, Garland, Texas. FOR SALE Approximately 500 acres out of block with producing oil wells. Excellent pasture land. 200 acres heavy creek bottom, fenced, cross- fenced. 3 Tanks, running creek, lots of pecan trees. E125 oer acre. Six miles east of Detroit. 2 miles eouth on oiled road. E. E. MORRIS P.O. Box 3106 Phone UL 2-13B1 Corpus Christl, Texas 60—FOR SALE OR RENT FOR RENT OR SALE Completely remodeled five room house on large lot. Located 2235 Bonham Street. SU5-1606 or SU5-213G 64—HOUSES FOR SALE GOOD THREE bedroom home, large lot. On a main highway. West Paris. 54500 B. A. Ad- cuo;. SU4-4630. NICE MODERN six room house, northeast. $6000. B. A. Adcock. SU4-5G30. FOUR BEDROOMS, 2 baths, den, double carpurt. East Paris. Fayette Reddcll, SU4-4362. THREE BEDROOM ..ome. bath. Corner lot. Ideal location. Fayette Reddell, SU4-4362. NICE TWO bedroom home. East Paris. Washer connections. Good location. Fayette Reddell. BU4-4362. NEW two and three bedroom brick homes; six lots Eas*: Pa ria. SU4-7S9S. FIVE ROOM house on large lot in Brookston. Roy Williams, Brookston, Texas. FOR SALE 0 Large four rooms and bath, goad condition, screened back porch, double garage. Immediate possession. $5000. © Two bedrooms and den. utility room, carpeted living and dining rooms, garage, ',» block from East Paris School. $9500. Small down pavment will handle. © Three bedrooms, carpeted, built-in oven and range, garage, storm cellar, fenced back yard. $0750. Will take small house in trade. 0 Six rooms and bath, two kitchens, new paper and paint. $5750. Easily financed. Q Three bedrooms with separate dining room, completely redone including new cnr- pet, screened porch, garage. Lot 80 x 300. Close in, $8500. Q Three bedrooms, central heating, knotty pine kitchen with dishwasher, eight large closets. Corner lot. $11,500, or will trade for Dallas or San Antonio property. BILL WHITE 138 South Main SU4-7390 SU4-2B23 WILL SELL, to highest bidder- Two story house to be moved from lot in Roxton. Contact Mrs. J. L. Jennings, Roxton, Texas. m CHECK WITH \j DON » STEWART FOR BETTER VALUES A REAL BARGAIN , Three bedroom home in West Paris. Interior is in lovely pas- Id shades. Garage. Larfje lot. Only . . , $5500. Several large nnd small acre- ages on highway. DON STEWART ' REALTOR Call Miss Earlc Carter, Associate SU+-3-152 NEW—ALL MODERN 3 bedroom home with carport. Slab construction, beautiful vinyl tile floors, plenty bullMns in- cliidlnR range and stove hood. Lots of closet space, Insulated. Large lot. Finance lo *u!t buyer —low down payment, 249-29th St.. N,W. Phon« SU+-435J or SU4-2109 9—Real Estate 64—HOUSES FOR SALE THREE ROOM house to be moved from lot, $100. J. D. Boswell, SU4-786S. NICE ONES ! e NEW three bedroom brick,. 2 baths, den, built-in oven and range, dishwasher, disposal, central heat and air conditioning. Carpeted. Plenty of closets. Chain link fence, shade trees. 3250 Hubbard . , , For sale or trade. • $350 DOWN — No closing cost. New three bedroom brick, one tile bath. Central heat, air conditioning. Natural birch cabinets with Vent-A-Hood. Located in beautiful Lamesa Heights. • NICE three-apartment house. Excellent Income property. Located close to town and BOhool . . . $5500. 4 $62 A MONTH ... For nlse two bedroom home, complete ly redecorated Inside and out, Located in Southeast Paris. . . . (900 down. PETE PARHAM REALTOR SU4-6632 SU4-B725 65—LOTS FOR SALE BU1UJ1NG LOTS In East and West Parts. Will build to suit owner. Will help arrange financing Clyde Parham SUV 6631 CHOICE HOME SITE lot. close in. Reasonably priced. Shov.n by appointment. Write Box E. W. care Paris News. Education Grants MEXICO CITY (AP)—Twenty- two -Mexican graduate and non- graduate students will receive grants to study in several U.S. universities for the 1960-61 schoo year, the Ministry of Educatio: announced. IN NOVEMBER Legislators Pay Hike One Of Amendments Due Vote (EDITOR'S NOTE.—This is the first of three stories on four constitutional amendments to be voted on Nov. 8.) By ED (WERHOLSER AUSTIN (AP)—Texas taxpayers decide next month if they think )ayirig their lawmakers $4,800 a year would produce a better leg- slature. This is the 13th lime since the adoption of the 1876 Constitution hat the issue has gone to the people after the legislators first convinced themselves they were worth a pay raise. Voters disagreed 10 of the 12 times. Constitutional Amendment No. 3 be voted on Nov. 8 provides each member $4,800 a year whether the legislature is in session or not. It also would give each of the 181 members $12 a day for extra expenses during sessions plus travel expense of 10 cents a mile. The annual salary plan is used in 34 states, ranging from 5200 in New Hampshire to $15,000 in New York. The average amount is $3,600. Texas ranks sixth in population. Of the top five states, New York pays its members $15,000 a year; California, Pennsylvania and Illinois pay 12,000; and Ohio $10,000. However, Texas ranks favorably with most of its neighbors and the South. Members now receive $25 a day for the first 120 days of the regular session and the same amount during a 30-day special session. This amendment cuts off the regular session automatically at 140 days and the $12 per diem snaps after 120 days. When the annual salary request of $7,500 was linked with an annual session proposal in 1958 voters turned it down, 441,803 to 195,993. In a 2-year period in which, one regular and three special sessions were called — as in 1959 — under present rate of pay the cost would be $950,250 and under the proposed plan would rise to $2,193,720. On an individual basis, the climb would be from $5,250 to $12,120, If adopted, the legislature in January would need to pass enabling legislation fixing.an effective date. The legislature also would continue voting a contingency expense fund at the start of each session to pay operating costs ranging from stamps to interim committees. The Texas Legislative Council discovered a few years ago that the average legislator spends $3,157 more than he makes during a regular session in addition to an average outlay of $2,722 to be elected. In 1930 voters agreed to increase the per diem from $5 to $10 for the first 120 days and $5 thereafter until the end of the ses- Have U.S. Discoverers Discovered Anything ? VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. LPt—It's time for a hard look at the hard luck Discoverer, workhorse of America's saetllites. After a dozen more or less thorough failures, two successive launches scored two firsts in space exploration — only to be topped days later by a spectacular show of Soviet strength. Discoverer XIII aimed a capsule at earth with enough accuracy for it to be fished from the ocean somewhere close to its 60- by-200-mile target area. This was the first recovery of an object from orbit. Discoverer XIV's capsule was caught in the air by planes—the first aerial recovery of an object from orbit. Two days later the Soviets claimed they had recovered a capsule containing live, unhurt animals—and, even more, the satellite itself. Recovery of animals from orbit has yet to be achieved by a Discoverer. The first try, with mice, ended in blazing failure when a second-stage shot back into the atmosphere instead of into orbi.t The next try, with a Rhesus monkey, is scheduled for later this year. Since the space firsts scored by Discoverers X1X1I and XIV, Discoverer XV has been placed in orbit. Its capsule missed the recovery area near Hawaii by nearly 1,000 miles, but thanks to slick electronic sleuthing was spotted bobbing in the lonely Pacific. A storm came up, however, and prevented recovery. The Soviet shot topped Discoverer's best in two other significant ways. Not only did they get the satellite itself back from orbit, they reportedly recovered both the spaceship and its capsule over land instead of at sea—a job requiring greater accuracy than has been demonstrated so far by Americans. This is one of the goals of future Discoverers. Soviet successes have put the Discoverers about two games behind in (he global series of space ball and gives rise to Ihc question: have the Discoverers discovered anything worthwhile? The full answer lies behind a veil of secrecy, but this much is known: 1. Playing "catch" is not Discoverer's most vital mission. 2. Its mission, primarily, is to develop vehicles for various jobs in space. 3. Probably the most urgent of thcso jobs is spying on an unpredictable, uncooperative neighbor, the Soviet Union, in order to strengthen national defense. 4. At least 20 more Discoverer shots are planned and more may be added if necessary. 5. Some of them may be sent around the moon and back seeking military information not likely to be obtained by such purely scientific vehicles as the upcoming Ranger rockets. Air Force strategists believe Discoverer, despite its widely publicized failures, has been extremely successful. It has clone at least one key job it was supposed (o LD HOD6II do: pave the way [or America's upcoming "sky spy" satellites, Midas and Samos. Midas is designed to detect, with infrared sensors, the hot exhausts of missiles launched anywhere in the world. Samos will carry cameras, and eventually television equipment, to photograph potential target areas with techniques far superior to those used by the U2 plane shot down by the Soviets. Before this vital equipment can be placed in the sky, a vehicle had to be built to carry it there. Discoverer shots are helping perfect the vehicle. Some of the information to be obtained by Midas and Samos sensors will be too detailed—and too secret—to be sent back to earth by . radio. Capsule drops of tapes and films are an obvious answer. The spectacular air catch of Discoverer XlV's capsule—by a C119 which managed to drape the parachute over a huge trapeze and reel it in—also shows the way human spies could be ferried back to earth. Air Force technologists say a C130 could easily catch a 3,000-pound manned capsule like that soon to be rocketed aloft as a part of Project Mercury. Successful recovery of a complete satellite, as planned, has vital applications for Project Dy-. nasoar, a vehicle that will be able to glide down from orbit and land like a plane. Discoverers may never have wings, but their capsules are solving some of Dyna- soar's atmospheric re-entry, problems. One question Discoverer critics are beginning to ask is this: with Midas and Samos so near—they are due to begin going aloft from the West Coast early next year- why continue with Discoverer? A high placed source answers: No one knows how the Soviet Union is going to react to the presence of Midas and Samos in the skies. She may match them with similar satellites of her own, or she may elect to try to knock ours down. sion..The present,scale was adoptee! in 1954. ' Proponents of the amendment contend the lawmakers should be paid enough to offset sacrifices entailed by absence from their regu- -Jar vocation. They argue that adequate pay must be offered to make government service attractive in. order to get the most capable people available. Most legislators are self-e Deployed or are able to take an extended break from their business. There were' 88 lawyers and 24 ranchers in the last legislature but many professions were not represented. Many well-qualified persons stay out of public life because they cannot make the financial' sacrifices necessary to hoid office. . , Opponents point 'to the state's large and growing deficit and declare the amendment will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. The reply is that the increase parallels the rising costs of other governmental activities and is only a drop in the figurative bucket in comparison with the $1 billion a year state government. THE fARIS NEWS, TUiSDAY, OCT. 11, 1W «-i|j|. mmmK^m Tolco Queen Title Sought AGGIE SWEETHEART— Louise Kuehu of Corpus Christ!, Junior Nursing major at Texas Woman's University, Denton, was named Aggie Sweetheart by a group of judges from Texas A&M. College. The Aggie sweetheart will be presented at the pre-corps trip dance at TWU Nov. 4 and at half-time ceremonies of the Texas A&M- SMU game Nov. 5 in Dallas. (AP Wirephoto) Paris Newf BerrJce TALCO — School elections held by Talco students resulted as follows: Candidates for the Halloween carnival queen: senior Na.ncy Horton; junior, Wanda Hearron; sophomore, Shirley Jones, and freshman, Judy Jaggers; grade school Debra While. Karen Wright, Libby Swinford, Karen Pittman, Mary Sue Love, Janice Hanks, Judy Case, L'nda Brown, Rosemary Gartman, Joan Smith and Patricia Grissom. ' National Honor Society officers: president, Danny Perdue, v i ce- president, Ronnie Webb; secretary, Diana Cook; Ueasurer, Evelyn McDonou'gh. Eighth grade officers; president, Mike Reed; vice-president, Patricia Grissom; secretary-treasurer, Mary Ann Grayson, and reporter, Linda Whitney. LATE RECORDS 25c Each Taken From Our Juk* Boxes PARIS MUSIC CO. 21S Grand Ave.'..•,••'.'SU4-75CZ Guaranteed Anti-Freeze Protection. Two easy steps give you guaranteed antifreeze protection all winter long. 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