Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on July 2, 1947 · Page 4
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. Wfetfcfesday, July 2. 1947 KHflbps' Four Kittens When their real mother broke a leg, Tiny, this two-year-old fox terrier, snitched her four kittens and has been feeding them ever since. Here she carries one of her charges back to her box-bed in .the home of Mrs. Carl Hamric, Brookpark Village, Ohio. The ttiolher cat put up a howl for a week, but now is reconciled to the adoption and sits back while Tiny does all the work. / CARNIVAL BY DICK TURNER '•'K0rt>. 1947 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG." \1. S. PAT 'You don't have to look daggers at them when they only r give_a_dime, Deacon—we get them at_the_Friday night; bingo parties!"' ~ "" ~~ "'' Paris Story (Continued I'Tom Pace 1) ign Minister Bidault accompanied him to the door of the foreign ministry, shook hands, and went back upstairs to .confer with Bevin. The French and British ministers, preceded by a Scotland Yard man, came down together from the Hall «f Parrots, where the conference had been held. It was reported that a joint French-British announcement would be issued. Molotov, opening today's session, made a five-page statement criticizing the proposals as a threat to the economic independence and sovereignty of the small European nations. \ "Under these conditions," Molotov said the proposals, "how would the small countries and in general Jthe less powerful states be able to safeguard their national economics and their independence? "The Soviet government certainly cannot venture along this path and .continue to support its proposals put forward at this • conference on June 30. "The Soviet government, while favoring the development of international collaboration on the basis of 'equal rights and mutual respect ,for the Interests of the contracting parties, cannot lend its assistance .ito ^anyone in arranging his affairs at, jthe expense of- other countries 'of 'less strength or size. This has nothing in common with normal cooperation between states. "The Soviet government considers that the Anglo-French plan to set up a special organization for the coordination of the economies of European states would lead to interference in the internal affairs of Eurooean countries. "The Soviet government rejects this plan of yielding any positive results." • The compromise under discussion was offered yesterday by Bidault in an effort to keep the conference alive. The conference was called after U. S. Secretary of State Marshall had suggested that European nations should agree among themselves on a plan for European reconstruction for which the United States would consider granting aid. Jester (Continued From P.iK'e 11 sures looking to the prevention of labor disputes and the promotion of industrial peace. The Legislature enacted instead, nine restrictive labor . Jester said that while there, had been these instances, of disagreement. the? Governor and Legislature.. nevertheless, were "usually ... in essential Agreement." He recalled that of his 27 spfe- > cific suggestions for legislation in > Jiis first message to the Legislature, : gl had become law. He also re- Enjoy an Oiling t A •* A chowd oi 300 representing em- ployes in Shell Oil Company's production and gasoline departments with their wives and children, and visiting officials of both departments attended a picnic yesterday afternoon at Lake McClellan. The festivities with entertainment: volley ball; bingo; archery; Eoflball, music played over a public address system furnished by I. H. Humphrey, Shell director of education and safety, Tul.sa, Oklahoma. H. L. Dulancy and G. W. Walker composed the committee for food and refreshments, with W. P. Adarns and R. P. Bergeron handling the entertainment for children, and U. H. Miller, Earl Thaes, and J. C. Nichols acting as a committee for adult amusement. Immediately following the 6 o'clock dinner, special recognition v;ns given to the following employes who have received or will receive from the company, service awards; 25 years service—C. C. Staats and J. L. Bartlett; 20 years' service—-J. W. Swgart, I. S. Marlin, M. H. McClain, F. D. Harvey, Bert Stewart, A. R. Givens, and E. C.' Bonner; 10 years' service—Rolhi Sparks, Bert Castleberry, E. R. Stephens, H. W. LeMarr, J. N.' Forbes, C. P. Mercer, and W. Kyle. Special quartet music was provided by members of Pampa Chapter of the Barber Shop groups known as the "Melody Menders", which is ,<:omposed of A. D. Eastham, lead; C. R. Scott, tenor; Curly Mannear, baritone; ur.d Dr. Calvin Jones, bass. Noly B. cooper, • Shell-pensioner \vho was >retii-ed Apiil 1 &K a pumper on the Haggard lease south of Pampa, accompanied by his wife and children attended the picnic as a .special guest of tnu company. Out- of-town visiting company officials were as follows: PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT, W. H. Burke, Production Manager, Tulsa:W. H. Collins, North Texas Division Manager, Wichita Falls; E. F. McGaehon, Division Chief Cleric, Wichita Falls; L. H Humphrey, Director of Education & Safety, Tulsa; R. J. Lauder p'nd'Franlc Hall, Safety Engineers, Tulsa, and Newman Wadlow, Chief Pilot 'lor 'Shell,' Tulsa—GASOLINE DEPARTMENT, L. E. Rinker, Assistant Division Manager/ Tulsa, and E.. W. Hir/sph, chemist, Tulso. view.ed that the Senate had confirmed all of his nominees to public office The Governor said he plans another radio report in the near future.' dealing With 'the state's highway program, under which he said 100 million dollars will be spent this year on public roads. ' (Continued Prorh PRKe li the speech. He had let Chairmaf Wiley (R-Wisc) of the Senate Judiciary Committee make the opening address for confirmation. Dooley with his wife and two other women sat in the spectators gallery. He listened closely to catch the occasional undertone exchange of questions between O'Daniel and other senators, and to hear O'Daniel tell the Senate: "This is not a patronage fight between the two Texas senators so far as I'm concerned. "I have gotten along withoul patronage for six years. I. can get reelected without patronage. I have four times . . . "This appointment of Dooley i just a diabolical plot of the New Deal gang to try to purge me." Wiley told the Senate the committee vote had been 8 to 4 in favor of confirmation and Dooley "met the test" applied by the committee as to integrity, character and ability. Senator Saltonstall (R-Mass) attempted to get O'Daniel to elaborate on his reasons for calling Dooley "personally obnoxious," but the Texan said he did not think he was called upon to discuss that in detail. O'Daniel had said during committee hearings that he had never met Dooley until they faced each other there in the committee room. O'Daniel's remarks criticizing the administration were challenged by Senator Lucas (D-Illi. who asked ;he Texan why ho didn't introduce egislation to repeal laws he doesn't like. In reply. O'Daniel .said ho had introduced several bills but they are still in committees "hidden under he rugs." O' Danit;! was asked directly by At a music merchants' convention in Chicago, Mary Alirt Duus demonstrates a new invention that promises to make confining illness or long convalescence more bearable. It's a small, lightweight fibre-glass piano designed for bed-ridden patients. if lie intended to seek rejection next year. He replied that hat was a "matter that's going to JR announced later." and added: "That is a momentous question. have been asked that question efore." Coast Guard cutters operated vitli Llio U. S. Navy lor the first imo in -in unrlrtlarcd war with Franco. 1707 to 1S01. Haifa Bank Robbers Make Clean Getaway Expansion of US Information am Urged .'Secretary of State Marshall urged Senators today to approve In this session of Congress legislation to expand ft foreign information program which he termed "vital to the success .of our foreign policy." ' Marshall told a Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee that unless the Senate acts on legislation authorizing such a program, the S"tate Department will face "serious handicaps" abroad. Rep. Mundt (R-SD), author of the House-passed measure now before the committee, jilso urged speedy action. He told the Senators that "Russians and others are spreading malicious lies about us every day." Republican leaders have indictated they may pigeonuole jthe IVtundt bill until next January and rely on a $13.470,000 appropriation passed by the Senate to carry on the cultural program, including the short- wave radio "Voice of America" broadcasts. Without mentioning any foreign country. Marsha;! complained that the policies and actions of the United States are "often misunderstood and misrepresented abroad." JERUSALEM—cT>>—Seven men robbed a bank in Haifa today and DiSide a getaway in a black automobile. They were believed to have token several hundred dollars. Brandishing weapons, the men entered the Kupnt Milvch Bank in the Hadar Macarmcl district half-Bead The Pampa News Want Ads way up Mount Carmel. Earlier police blamed the nervousness of an Arab laborer. Who mistook a stick of wood for a bomb, for a general alarm which created intense excitement in Jerusalem shortly befoire midnight last night. MUIlDEREiJ—Pictured above to Mrs. folly Kohler Uubahks, 3V- year-oltl Kansas City ho'ict coffee shop waitress, whose beaten body was found In an abandoned Kansas City ddmp. , Derby (Continued Prom Page 1) tor Co. ' Billic R. Corjietfc, Culberson Chev- rolct. Dwnyne Kuntz, Lloyd's Magnolia Service Station. Edward Ray Dudley, Texas Motor iCo. Paul Coronis, Coney Island Cafe. Donald Burns, Davis Electric Co. Charles Ford (White Deer, H. W. Btiftfe J*& Priblli Baftftf fiuffik, Wallace Sfuce, sjSbftsoted -W ' " jaf6ia eoingf, city Pftt MltchSfl, tUtib fcafl Jlmm> Maldfte, iTdur SoBby Matofce, M&gfoa- JMmie tf . BuIaHfey, gffiitfl Hy Shoe Store. - f - • . iS&hald lAtasford, spOttstffM t$ i fathe*. ' » ' Sofcert Irvin Pattersott, B6 ,. kenner, fhohipsott ware Co. ' •;« j ftonhie J>ayne, feumett damn Shbp. '•'* ;Blbfelt Stowell, Murfees, . Blllie tee Mitttlh, M^ftln M sign'Co: ;• • • •""';*/,'-.M Ja6Kie Ifreemah,, (White ;L WiMiaitts JWod. Store, : Whit0 'L,-, Jimmy, iviartindale, ,Maftlh«}«e:.;a Sdiis.ftirnittirfe. "" ''••'; *'':?••',~ s Jeah Martiridale, Ci. V. Jtoftes, Phillips ^amp. ..'. - '?.."• W. L. Wiillams, St., MaStetJ ets, •; •" • ' • -•••-• •>•• John Ifouhg, Foxworth Lumber Go. Gary trashier, Osborn Co. Walter Colwell, Colwell Tax SeH vice, " IN SAfeE;rl?: EVERETT. Wash..— (/&—• Tra_ safety Was:the'subject given CoJWi Coroner Ked fiafcer. and .he speak from personal e^d A-few hours beford his speech, he was knocked do automobile at a downtown intersection. '' THE We will be closed Friday, July 4th. Prices effective Thursday morning Arizona Vine Ripened Jumbo size... Ib Mott's Apple qt. bottle Long Green Slicing Green., Confidence French Style Green Beans GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25ib.btta Van Camp's 46 OI CANS Solid Pack KRAUT 3 No. 2K2 cans vxv>xni>Xvwwi*»^^ Del Monte SPINACH \ ' 1 \ ^ tf f STANDARD PACK TON! No. 2 can No. 2 can . . Extra Choice Dried APElCOTSib Del Monte-8 oz. Can x TOMATO SAUCE Dollie Mae-2V2 Can SWEET POTATOES 2 Cans Rose VIENNA SAUSAGE Holsum Stuffed OLIVESjl" Sifer's Chocolate Large 40 oz, jar Solid Pack BLACKBERRIES Sinclair P. D. FLY SPRAY * NU MAID TABLE GRADE S Ib THOMPSON SEEDLESS _Engleman Grapefruit CJIIJCE 46 oz. can Wilson's MOR 12

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