Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on November 2, 1961 · Page 4
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, '"'••f-—fr _•_&_, •TMJt PAMPA BAfLY NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER *, ISftl 64th VfcAJf Humble Company To Close Pampa Office In 1%2 'J: The Pampa district offic* of .VMtirnble Oil & tlefirtittg Company will be eloped about the middle of next year, it was an• nounced today by John ,f. Mul- larte. area manager tor Humble , to Oklahoma Citv. dosing of the company's office in, Pamoa is p*rt of a plan of consolidation of the company's dis(r : ct office orti, n'irilion in Mumble's Oklahoma City area, MuHane- said, The olan involves closjng other HumMe district, office^ at Seminole, Purcell. Shawnee and Elk City, Okla., Liberal, WihHfl and Great Bend. Kans. •AH exploration and production oosrations formerly handled by the above district organizations will be consolida'H at enlarged district off'ces located at A r d- mn:'e and Enid, Okla.. and Amarillo. Humbls now maintains district offices at Ardmore and Amarillo. However, the Enid district 'organization will be a new one. Humble's district office at Fort Smith,':'^Arki,' will remain intact under the company's reorganization plans. Mullahe said 'that the actual reorganization plan,rincluding rer assignment of district office personnel, ••;'will not be accomplished until the middle pnrt of 1962. "The .high degree of competition in' the oil industry demands maximum effort towards improv- ed'efficiency and economy of operation," Mullane said. "In announcing these consolidation pl'.ns, it is our intent to continue to maintain a strong competitive position in the oil industry in the geographical territory coordinated by our Oklahoma City area organization." In connection with the announcement of the consolidation plans, Mullane said: "It is with regret that w'e announce the closing of some of our district offices in the OldaHoim City area. Our company h n s been a corporate citizen of these communities for many years and our employees in the cities involved have been active participants in looal civic and community life." The 50 Humble employees in the Pampa district were advised of the company's -.consolidation plans yesterday afternoon by Russell M. Lilly, districtjgsuperinten- dent. . :'; Lilly said it was anticipated that only 17 or 18 families in Pampa would bs affected by the move. The district manager also stated a field office, would be maintained in Pampa. Workers in the Pampa district office are residents of Pampa, Spearman, Perryton, Follett and Darrouzett, Lilly stated. The transv?r of the district office operation from Pampa to Amarillo will not entail any layoffs, Lilly stated. Lilly and J. L. Rogers, Oklahoma City area production man*at,~, also called a meeting of Chamber of Commerce officials and newsmen yesterday afternoon and notified them of the decision Chamber of Commerce officials acted immediately to urge Humble officials in Ok'ahoma City to reconsider the decision to move '(he district office, which has been located in Pampa for 35 years. A telegram was sent to Area Manager Mullane who made the announcement today. It was signed by Gordon Lyons, chamber manager, and requested serious reconsideration of the decision to move. District Manager Lilly added this .statement: "We feel that our company and Its local employees have developed many good friends in Pampa over the years and these local friendships snd the warmth with which our company has always been treated here makes moves of this nature doubly difficult. "Many of our field operations employees will continue to live in Pampa and the surrounding area after the local district office has been closed sometime next year," Lilly continued. He added, "Generally speaking, local office psrsonnel will be the ones most directly affected by the consolidation plans." City Commission To Meet Friday Psmpa city officials were back In town today after attending a three - day conference of the Texas Municipal League in San Antonio. The regular weekly meeting of the City Commission will be held at 9 a.m. Friday. It was postponed from Tuesday because of the TML conference. City Manager John Kootttz s^id today only routine matters are on the »|eu4| fojr th About o pi<* - f'l'kt Ne\v« ttiviia« ftftdtr* to phtitii! In of mull Items ftnoilt th* crtmtiig* nnrt B.ilhjrfi of thfttnselveii >r friend* for ii;Hu*lnn In this ' oninim ( * trtdlcnUs pdlrt *dv*rtUln« i ~ The Top 0" Texas Coin Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. tonight in City Hall. Skyway Flying Service has room for 2 passengers to Florida. Ph. MO 5-5271.* Rummage sale at 120 W. Foster. Friday and Saturday.* Select your Christmas Gifls early. Use our Layaway. Ford's Boys Wear, 110 E. Francis.' The Box Supper planned by the Jaycee-EUes and the Pampa Junior Chamber of Commerce for Saturday has been postponed indefinitely. Vet World War I Rummage sale, Friday & Saturday V.F.W. Hall/ ft Week old puppies to give away. Short hair, are weaned MO 5' \ Patricia Irene Beusclinck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G; Beuselinck, Rte. 1, Pampa, was ! recently initiated into Alpha Chi, national honor society at W e s t Texas State College, Canyon. 3150.* ; •»• Best Food. Johnson's Pastries. Johnson's Cafe, 514 W, Foster,' BROKEN BOTTLES: "TRIPLE THREAT" ON OUR HIGHWAYS A triple threat on the football field is fine, but a triple threat on the highway spells trouble. Broken bottles arc the "triple threat" «f our highways. They are accident hszards to traffic; they injure , people who step on them; they start cosily and dangerous roadside f rass fires. The dangers of the triple threat increrfsc during the ootball season. The Texas Highway Department asks Texas travelcrg to dispose of bottles in proper containers. Help kuep the "triple threat" on the gridiron—not on the highf^y. Pampa Pastor's Brother To Be Buried Friday I Interment rites for Elmore Carver of Amarillo, brother of Dr. E. Douglas Carver, pastor of the 'First Baptist Church, are planned for 2 p.m. Friday in the N. S. i Griggs and Sons Funeral Chapel in Amarillo with Dr. Winfrcd i Moore, pastor of the • Amarillo] ; First Baptist Church, officiating. Mr. Carver died at approximately 2 p.m. Wednesday in his home after returning that morning from a hospital, where he had been a patient for some time. Hi was born Mar. 25, 1906 in Palo Pinto County. Prior to World War If, he had worked for 14 years in the First National Bank in Ahiarillo. Following service in the Navy during WWII, he was engaged in cattle-buying until the lime of death. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Amarillo. Survivors are his wife, Othell of the home; two sons, Larry of Tucumcari, N, M,, and Mfjx of Amarillo; three sisters, Mrs. Rubs E. Brazil of Alamogordo, N. M., Mrs. Pearl Stevens of Wichita Falls and Mrs. Jewell Montgomery of B o r g e r; two brothers, Vernon of Odessa, and Dr. Carver of Pampn; and four grandchildren, I Interment will be in the Llano Cemetery in Amarillo. Watson Rites Set Friday Services for Tom Wilson Watson .are planned for 4 p.m. Fri- \ day in the Wells.Street Church of Colonel Speaks At Rotary Club •Colonel Michael Bogda, of the Amarillo Air Force Base, yesterday outlined to the Pampa Rotary club the training program and organizational structure of the „, . , .,, ,. .. . "' Kiiii'.aiiunui aii Chnst w, h Van Bonneou, mm- base> ^ co , one , ister of the Doclson Church ,of Christ, officiating. Mr. Watson, a mechanic for were around 5,000 students taking training on jet engines and «ir- crtift maintainance- at any one Cabot Corp., died at 1:30 p.m. 'time. This number is scheduled Monday in a local hospital. He is survived -by his wife, Olgie, of the h'ome, 620 N. Wells; one daughter, Mrs. Claude Bigham of Midland; two sons, Thorn to increase to 7,000 by August, The turnover during a year is about 21,000 men. The junior Rotarian for the month of November, Robbie R^ob- Pampan Unhurt In Accident On Amarillo Road AMAtULLO (UPf)-W. I. Swell, an elderly Negro night watch- mart'for the Sartlfl Fe Railroad, was killed Wednesday :1h the last of a ,s£ries of traffic accidents which became related by circtim- standes, '•/,,"'/</' ' ' , Sowell's car, was, hit by an automobile cbmaining Billy Confer, an Amarillo p'oficemah, >and • an ambulance driver. Confer suffered chest injuries and was listed in good condition' . Two previous traffic mishaps, injuring fve other persons, led up to the fatal t accident. The first occurred east of the city on U. S- 6n-66, when a car driven by Charles H. James, 26, of Hereford, Tex., "skidded off the highway and hit the rear of a car driven by Gene M. Shelhammer, 19, of Pampa, Tex. Shelhammer was not hurt- Another car, traveling the opposite .direction, hit the James' car head-on, Injured in the accident were James, his wife, Peggy, 22; Mrs' Nina McLain, 38,' of" Amarillo and Charles Bowles, whose age and address were not immediately learned., ' Two ambulances took.-the injured to an Amarillo hospital and while they were there another accident occurred. Clarence Logan, a Houston Negro, was injured when he stepped out from behind a truck. Patrolman Confer and the ambulance driver left the hospital in a private car to go to the spot where additional ambulances Were kept, so that an ambulance could be set to pick up Logan. Their car collided with the taxi, killing Sowell. i liiVflllll V/l *lVSVV-IJILJ\«l f l\\JMtJl^ .I\ U M ison, was introduced to'the club tioncd with the army in Korea; Visitors and guests for the day one brother, Jim Watson of Hoi- W ere Frank Culberson, Preston lis, Okla. and five grandchildren. Pallbearers will be M, E. Mardin, Arnold Bogle, Homer Sny- dcr, Jack Back, Alvin Martin and Alfred Cat's. Interment' will be in Memory Gardens under the direction of Dticnkel . Carmichacl Funeral Home. •.'••' PARKED PUP Scottish Woman Engineer .' J i^ • it" 'Sound' Business fee NEW YORK (UPI) male corporation, e*eeutljte; 'In Manhattan wears 'slacks &>'*lh* office. The reason: There's no slack ift the sound business Joyce Avery helps to run, "I just couldn't go crawling under machinery the way I must when we're busy * if I wore a dress," Mrs- Elkins said in an interview. One of the nation's few female electronic and sound engineers, she is vice president of Avcolabs, terrier Timi McTavish may not ,be a watchdog but hes a pretty good portable parking meter. When he feels that his master. Curl. S. Taylor of ....,„,, 1IW111 VU1 Columbus, Ohio, has left him Donald N. Gray, 2236 N. Ru* n a 1* I/ 1 o rf IK* (rirt sir*** IrtMswl .. .. . Mirror And Mat Taken From Car parked in the car long enough, 6-month-old Timi leans on the horn. He keeps blowing till Taylor returns. Together Again HOLLYWOOD (UPI) _ For the fourth time Doris Day and sell; usually parks his car inside the garage overnight- Wednesday night he left it parked in the driveway for the first time in weeks. • • • This morning he reported to police that sometime between 11> and 5,am.- today, someone Young are teaming up and co- * tole . a rearv 'ew mirror' ; ,and starring in Universal - In te™a-.i value tional's "Touch-of'Mink." . ' ' $17.50 Their first film ' together was "Young at Heart," produced in 1954. Warner Brothers plans to make a re-release of this at an early date. , floor mat from the car. He fixed »• • stolen -articles at IT'S LOVE Folkes, Charlie Wilkinson, Gene Swain, Gilbert Mize, C. W. Foote and Gene Atkison. FULL FOOD VALUI ORTHY S firm that helps to plait fapfe* info shape for stereo records — the electronic way. Mrs, filkjfis, who ,e&uld lay floor by the time said she's "just nat- blueprints;' by the she said. said she has a Most of her time isf spehf'.takiilg four sound tracks and eiicikrfiicaliy blending them into a -piaster 'track. 'Her ffnost recent .invention is "dancffig- lights."' She ,said it is the 'first' application of electron' ics , to sound, providing a work" ing display for stereo * 'record merchandising. When you plug a record into this, gadget, panels of red and blue lights on the right and iefr go on and off and glow ought and dim in response to the sounds of music. ' Soft' sounds turn on 1he i ed fights, Loud 'sounds tun« on the blue lights. Mrs- Elkins' husband, Julius, Is president of -the familv-owncd firm. They started it from scra'cb Md now occupy two floors of • building on Broadway. Mrs. Elkins' first job uj)on graduation. I rom Eisenhower. Jfligh School in Norristown, Pa , was w'ilii -the telephone ,compai,j>. She d.d cable, layouts -m the d'«/tiifl /iviiVn v'of" the - engineering- department. " " . REGISTRATION ' COUPON ' Deposit.Tlils Coupon J At"» • ^' ZALE'S JEWELftt ^ " 107 N. Guyler t MOhawk 4-3377 Our Gift- POLAROID CAMERA DURING KALE'S DIAMOND SALE November 1st Thru Nov. 15th 11} ill Finland was a province of Sweden for nearly 500 years before coming under Russian rule in 1809. Red Cross Group Going To Austin Mrs. Libby Shotwell,' Pampa Chapter Red Cross executive secretary, and other Pampans will attend the Red Cross State Convention in Austin Friday and Saturday. ; Highlights of the convention, Mrs. Shotwell said, will be a film of the Carla disaster end a Junior Red Cross session." J. Carubbi,' Jr., c h a p t e r ,._ rman; Mrs. A. D, Hills, Red Cross board secretary; Mrs. James Lewis, Gray Lady chairman and Mike Fort, Pampa High School Junior Red Cross president, will accompany Mrs. .Shotwell. The Red Cross Office in basement of City Hall will be open as usual. NEW! BRAND NEW! CHEF ELMO'S MAGIC SEASONED MIX NOTHING TO ADD FOR CHICKEN, STEAKS ROASTS, CHOPS, DELICIOUS GRAVIES & WHITE SAUCE Nothing Like It On The Market Sold On A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE AVAILABLE NOW FITE FOOD MARKET 1333 N HOIART BYRQN HIUWN DIS?. MO 4,4620 PAMPA, TIKAS RE.STOqiC YOUR SHELVES DURING OUR /• i '*• SHURFINE CARNIVAL SALE & SAVE! LAST CHANCE THURS., FRI. & SAT. 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