Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on November 5, 1961 · Page 3
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 3

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, November 5, 1961
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BERL SENOFSKY - ,, ... Violinist Coming To Pampa Noted Violinist Due Here Thursday Night Berl Senofsky, once described by the Seattle, Wash.," Times 'as * "One of the leading violinists of * the world," will . present a pro; gram at Pampa Junior High , School auditorium" Thursday night. The program will be the second j in the series of concerts being "pre* -sented this fall, and winter by the * Pampa Community Concert Assn. ' The program will begin at 8 o'< clock and is, for, membership only', Winner of, the 1955 Queen Eliz' abeth of Belgium Award, Senof- * sky has been guest artist with I most of • the major symphony or' chestras, in addition' to .present- 1 ing a large number of concerts ; in key cities throughout the Un__ ited States and Canada- Since his American debut in 1956 he has 'appeared with the N. Y. Philharmonic and Boston Sym* phony plus those of Chicago, San " Francisco, Cleveland, Cincinnati, ' St. Louis, Minneapolis, Denver, , Dallas, Seattle and Honolulu. ,\ Prior , to his return to the 'Un- •Ited 'States in the summer of 1956, he made his first South American tour of twenty concerts in- jcluding 'major appearances in Buenos Air|s, Rio* Janeiro, . , , Caracas and* ,Sao Paolo. ' He has ^concertized 'annually in Europe "appearing in France,' Belgum'i Germany, Italy,-' . Holland and Scandinavia. . "' ' s Of his most; recent Manhatten recital, February 22, 1981; Igor Kipnis of the N. Y. • Herald-Tribune reflected the kind of acclaim to \yhich .Senofsky has become accustomed: "His- playing reflectec both great warmth and an infinitely musical personality. The opening Mosart Sonata typified Mr. Senofsky's approach: the expressive performance was fluid though never glossy. The conception (of.the Faure Sonata) -combining sensitivity and power, was in every respect-a superb accomplishment. There is scarcely any need to mention technique in connection with Berl' Senofsky.; it is there in abundance but always at the service of the violinist as an artist." Only days after that recital, the busy violinist's Tacoma, Washington recital inspired the following from' the critic of that city's News - Tribune: "The technique of Kreisler, tone of Elman and feeling of Menuhn — all these flowed in .abundance from the violin of Berl Senofsky, With flawless 'command and outstanding • tonal perfection, he ^played a well chosen program-: After .last night's spectacular display the audience agreed Senofsky belongs in the first rank." • FBI (Coftttftued from Page i) iff Rufe Jordan, Mayor E- C. Sid- welli W- M. Henslee, Texas Danger, all of Pampa; Captain Ray* htond D. Waters, Texas Ranger, Lubbock; Wiley Alexander, Chief of Police, Amarillo; M, fa. Koonsman, National Automobile Theft Bureau, Abilene; and Major Har* vey Hutchison, , Texas Department of Public Safety, Lubbock, H. Barefoot Sanders, U-S. Attorney in the North Texas, judicial district, and, members of his staff also. will participate !rt the Pampa conference-' Sheriff Jordan said Saturday night that his office, Police Chief Jim Conner and officials, of the Citizens Bank & Trust Co. and First National Bank will co-host Wednesday's conference. Invitations have gone Oxit.tb pro-. "secutors, • law enforcement officers and banking officials in a score of towns and cities over the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles. Racial (Continued From Page 1) support to integration outside the 'classrooms by a 308-34 vote Tuesday. The faculty also asked thst the 'disciplinary probation be lifted, from the Negro students who took pan in the Oct. 19 demonstration. Students went on record in favor of integration of al school athletics in en Oct. 25 referendum. The vote was by about a 5-3 margin, but less than half of the 20,000 students at the university voted. About 300 students at Texas are Negroes. A legal development also occurred last week when two Negro .students asked Sam Houston Clinton, general counsel for the state AFL-CIO, to handle a suit against the university to force dormitory integration. Clinton said he does not know when the case will be filed, but students are trying to raise $2,500 to pay court'costs. onzaez (Continued from Page 1) majority of the people just didn't go along." Gonzalez, speaking 'of Eisenhower, said he would rather have a "real live vice president campaign (for him) than a has been president." Eisenhower said it was true that he was a "has been president" but that was bccter than a "never was," •' meaning Johnson. The ^vote. was the largest in a special election in San Antonio's history. Gonzalez is the first candidate of Mexican ancestry that Texas;ever has sent to Congress. Mainly « - About People « • Th» N«W« IftVItSs fttdtfi f.6 phon« In or mall item* About th« corhliig* and RWtipi" of themttlvM jr friend* (or Inclusion In thlf eolumn. * IndlcftUs paid »dv*rtlsln« I Mrs. Doggett jOillieW Worker 'Service Held F ±1 D ^ . Fundfal services for Mrs. Rubyjold oilfield worker lost his footing Unit 81, TBA, will meet at 7: SO p.m. Monday in the Coronado Inn for a discussion meeting'concern- ing Texas Beauty Law*. All licensed cosmetologists are urged to> Attend, according to O.dls Roles, \init president. Fir2x4 & 2*8, Mc.bdYft. White House Lumber Company. Adv. Pampa, .Area Stemp Club will meet at 3 p.m. today in St Vincent dePaul School cafeteria. Cards r- Gifts — Party Items. The Gift Box, 110 E. Foster." ' Gray County Community Sing* ers Ass'n will meet this afternoon at two in the Church of God, The public is invited to attend. . • Sylvia Ann Grider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Grider, 925 Twiford, was recently named n member of • the Orange .Jackets, Women's honorory service organization at the University of Texas, Austin. Select your Christmas Gifts early. Use our Layaway. Ford's Boys Wear, 110 E. Francis.' Sailpr Bros., Pampa, recently purchased the registered Brown Swiss Bull, Bard - Lou W. Bingo 140441 from Vincent Braddock, Dimmitt, according . to ,,a report from Fred S. Idtse, Secretary of the Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders' Association.. Beloit, Wis. Piano lessons, Mrs. Ray Welch, 2201 Chestnut. MO 5-3692..* 3 Black, small, short haired pups to-give away 1520 Hamilton.* 54th VflAJt PAMPA DAILY NEWS SUNBAY, NOVEMBER s, mi Artfmece Doggett, 62, were held «t>l(J a'.mY Saturday in the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Ear) M«drMc, pastor of the Pel. lowShip -Baptist Church, officiating! Mrsl Doggett, who resided at 186% Hamilton, died fit noon Friday iriVHighlartd General Hospital aftftf art Illness of two years. She was born Nov. 27, 1898 in Lampasfts County; was reared in Mills County and oh Aug. 5, 1922 was married to H. A. Doggett. She was 1 a member of the First Baptist .Church and employed by Levine's Department store for 14 years before her illness two years ago. '•=••''" . ; She had resided in Pampa for 19 years. Survivors are her husband, H. A. Doggett of the home; two sons, Melv'm Armstrong of Perryton and Gene Doggett of Pampa; one daughter, Mrs. Chrystel! McEU roy of Pampa; two brothers, B. C. Wicker of Goldswaithe and C. A. Wicker of Riodoso, N. M.; two sisters , Mrs. E. S. Conway of Big Spring and Mrs, Jim Conway of Commanche; and eight, grandchildren. Following the service, the body was taken overland to Gold- waithe, where a second ' service is planned for' 2 p.m. today with interment in the Goldswaithe Cemetery. Gonzalez parents were : born in Durango, Mexico. They migrated to the United States and became naturalized U, S. citizens. Gonzalez was born a citizen., He has a law degree but does not practice. He has been a state senator since 1956 and he once filibustered in the state legislature for more than 26 hours against a pro-segregation measure. In 1958. he ran for governor and came out second in the most spectacular showing a man of Latin American , extraction has ever made'in a statewide election in Texas. He also ran for the U. S. Senate last April and' finished sixth. Goode is a practicing attorney. He never has held elective office. Mrs. J. D. Boland Ad-Rime Winner Mrs. J. D. Boland, houswife, is this week's winner of the $10 Ad - Rime prize. The hidden slogan was "Enterprising Directory Firms always boost this fine community. Her'Completed jingle was, "Boost your City — Never knock it. Keep it climbing like a rock- ell" ;.-.. ' . • '•",Congratulations. Our check for $10 is being mailed to you Monday. Each entry must be on a separate post card or sheet of paper showing (I) Hidden Slogan (2) Your rhyming Ad - Rime (3) Your name and address (4) Your occupation. Study the rules on page 19 and be sure to visit the directory business.Cfirms that make this gamo possible. HUSBANDS HUNT . .. HOUSEWIVES COOK* And often his proudest trophies are problems to "tame," both for flavor and texture. Not so, when you have a completely automatic Gold Star GAS Range. It has 28 features that put you in complete command of any cooking situation. And right now he can buy it for less — during your Gas appliance dealer's Fall Range Sale, Tell him your old stove is worth more now, too. Go on, tell him ... so you can have it for all the Holiday cooking a-coming! MfoitwjmM Pioniir Natural Gas Cofflan day while working on a derrick 13 miles south of Sheffield in Pe- SHEFFIELD (UPt) - A 31-year | Cos County. The victim was ; identified as and fell 90 feet to his death Sntur- Gene M. Katies of Iraan. 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