Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 9, 1963 · Page 4
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t THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, JUNE ft, 1963 56TH VEAfc WHAT AND WHERE? .... A New News gome for readers In each of the numbered spots marked on this map a newsworthy event occurred recently. As a newspaper reader, check your mamory and your knowledge by identifying the event through the location, The accompanying box will help you do it, MATCH 'EM UP Strong-arm assist No grass under wheels Seizure at seo World in mourning Camera misled Q Two score, six n Operation South Q Power struggle O Wind, sea catastrophe n Hunt for hundred What occurred where? Look at the map and match up the numbers with the events listed in the box at the left. Then turn to the answers on this page and see how well you did. Score yourself 10 points for each correct answer. A score of 20 or less indicates you'd better start reading the papers a bit more. A score of 50—you're fairly hep. A score of 75—you're pretty sharp. A score of 90 or more—congratulation; to a real news hawk! Center Wrap-Up George Smith Director Pampa Youth and Community Center On The [Officials To Record Address Bar Cracking Down , slow-paying members in a drive ,!.ers from its rosier. The credit , volume concerns from its rolls NFAV YORK (UPI) — Credit. | to fiuten profits. In the past year, j card division of American Ex- j and lured agents to irack down :ard companies are weeding otil j Diners' Club dropped 40,000 mem- j press eliminated 2.000 to 3.000 low- i delinquent customer s. ^ ^ In about two weeks or less pool tables, outside and inside recreational games and rearranging for a new meeting, reading and T.V. room will all be initiated at the center. With the help of the Top 0' Texas Garden Club the lawn, flowers and trees will be re- jifrna ocl. About 330 students enrolled for R"l C-oss swim lessons. Classes v. ,11 start June 10 and run through ('••> summer from 9-12 a.m. Qualified Red Cross instructors' will p've these lessons with the help of several aids. Some of the people helping will be Mrs. Kenneth Jones, Beverly Langley, Bob By- bse, Scott Rader, Scoit George, Terry Marlar, and Ted Bird. The handicapped children's swim class will start Tuesday at 11 a.m. under the supervsion of Mrs. Harold Beckham. The classes are held by the Red Cross in conjunction with the Center each year on each Tuesday until school starts. Bridge lessons are offered at the Center for teenagers. We need about five more students before classes. Meeting time will be 1Q a.m. Tuesdays. Interested parties should come by the Center and enroll as soon as possible. Twirling lessons will be offered beginning June 17 for six weeks. Classes will meet Monday through Friday from 2-3:30 p.m. Donna Rath, high school band (wirier, will conduct the classes. Donna recommends each person have a balanced baton. Enrollment will be at the Center anytime until June 14. No age limit. Teenage and Advanced Judo lessons will be offered starting June ! 10 — 13 respectively. Youngsters 11-1-4 years of ape who are ; interested in learning judo from A. E. Brewer, no:c<i black belt winder, should contact the center and pre - enroll. Registration requirements are: (1) be a center member (2) pay S3 registration fee j (3) he 11-14 years of age. Enroll| ments will be taken June 10 also. Advanced Men's Judo lessons will be held efich Thursday night at 7 p.m. Qualifications for this | will be the passing of a beginner judo class. These ad vanced : cources are strictly in the art of self defense. Enrollment fee is S10 1 with half this used to purchase a ! six months Center membership. i ' | With the change in scheduling at the Center, we would call your attention to several activities. The I Center pool may be reserved 'Tuesday evenines from 8-9:30 and , on Saturdays from 5-7 p.m. In; dividual daily rates at the Center j are: children under twelve — 35 ; cents; over twelve — 50 cents; Adults 75 cents. This fee includes | all facilities the Center offers. j The Center encourages mem be r- i ships because of the lower rates. ! Memberships are $5 and SS for individuals and $12 and $20 for families. • Family swim time is still on the ; schedule for Tuesday nights 7-S p.m. Swim team workouts are 4-6 HIGHLAND GENERAL HOSPITAL NOTE:FRIDAY Admissions Mrs. Teressa Caldwell. Panhandle Mrs. Dorothy Davis, 211 N. Starkweather Mrs. Alice Newton. Panhandle H. R. Thompson. 2235 Charles Sharon Powell, 2318 Charles Kenne'h Ray lr\vn. P'.iillips C. L. Sams, Panhandle BANK by MAIL All Your Banking Needs In One Place - Your Mailbox Deposits and savings are so easy and convenient when you bank by mail. Your time is valuable — save it, too, when you bank by mail. For Correct time anytime—MO 5-5701 Citizens Bank & Trust Co. A Friendly Bank With Friendly Service MO 4-3271 (Member FD1C) Corner K:ngsmill & Frost A. R. Airing en. n;'i Christine J. L. Chase," 1113 S. Banks Mrs. Mary Prichard, 1S23 Chestnut ; tlvan J. Murphy, Rosenburg , Kirk Imniel, 2001 Mary F.llen Mrs. Tola Fay Meek. Cumd-:\n Mrs. Vasa Trollinger, 521 N. Nelson . , Dismissals Mrs. Erma Sh.pley, 313 Dwight Mrs. Ruth A" on, 910 Jordan j Mrs, Sue I jt. 417 Ti^nor ,' Mrs. Leona Allen, 1217 E. Kings- 1 mill Mrs. Marie Miller, 406 S. Gil- lesp'e Mrs. Patricia Williams, 2729 Navajo Re!. ' John Tripplehorn, 1616 Charles '• Mrs. Joyce Billingion, Borger j p.m. daily except Saturday. Saturday is 9 p.m. 1 In noting all these events we would like to point out that this is a Community Center. If you have any suggestions about the pro, gram, let us know. ANSWERS WHAT, WHERE? 1. Kennedy is 46, gets "Father of the Year" award. 2. President Moise Tshombe of Katanga and the Congo's central government feuding again. 3. Jackson, Miss., police arrest GOO Negro school children staging demonstration. 4. Search photos first thought to have shown sub Thresher, sunk in Atlantic, later prove to have been misinterpreted. 5. Parnelli Jones wins Indianapolis "500" at record 143.137-mile pace. 6. Cyclone and tidal waves kill 16,000 in East Pakistan, 7. Ecuador seizes two U.S. tuna boats in Pacific, charges illegal fishing. 8. Early Wynn, 299-game winner, joins Cleveland Indians pitching staff. 9. Pope John XXIII dies in the Vatican. 10. Chartered military airliner, 101 aboard, missing on Alaska flight. Did You Know,.. Aspirin is Deductible! .Anjiirin, and humlu-cK of olhrr drug |)ioiliiu», may \ if <lei| uc iil)lc in loinpuiing frdrial imuinc ld\. 11 11 1 \ou IIIUM Ix.' able to <illn proof of jjuiilijif. 'J he J)MJIJ I jv re<.ord-krc|jing >ei\iic, a>.nljblc fire Ii> >ou jl our |)lijriiij<i, doc* ju»t lliil. (.oiuc in »nd .i>l> about . Sljfi wing Ux IIIOMC\' DALLAS — Three of the Texas State Bar's most distinguished members will address general assembly sessions of the Slst annual Bar convention here, July 3-6, Bar president Leon Jaworski of Houston has announced. They are Gov. John B. Connally. Att. Gen. Waggoner Carr and Frank N'. Ikard, president of the American Petroleum Institute. New York City. Ikard. member of the Texas Bar since 19.37, formerly practiced law at Wichita Falls where he was a district judge and served as a member of Congress. The four-day convention, to feature some 50 state and national- ly-knosvn speakers, will attract about 4,000 persons. Opening day activities will include simultaneous legal institutes on criminal law and creditors' rights. Mrs. Corene McKay, 418 Crest Mrs. Ollie Riley, Canyon Lynette Wing, 1117 Varnon Dr. Mis. Joyce Parks and Baby Girl, 200 W. Albert Bobby Chase, Pampa Mrs. Jacque Barnes, White Deer E. B. Mont<4omerv, Panhandle Ted W. 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