Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 15, 1959 · Page 3
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Khrushchev Harps On Need For Trust Among Notions PHIL fffeWSOM Foffc'jUN NfcWS fcditof News Comniefitafy Either Soviet Premier iti The recordings proved the Communists lied when they denied that they shot the plane down, they proved that Soviet Deputy Khrushchev has a short Hiemorf Premier Aftastfts Mfkoyun also or he believes the Western pow* lied when he repeated the denial era have. '» during his recent visit to Wash- One of Ws favorite themes whef he* accused the West of promoting the cold war Is the. heed for trust At Geneva, the Communist del' among nations. Me is also fond e g a te to the conference seeking to of citing homely little Russian 1 D an nuclear weapons tests dis parables to illustrate his points, dosed In that vein then, we may safcj gains ' the Russians made major the .perfection of their that at the moment he has donne'd Atomic weapons as result of tests grandmother's cap, pulled the ; j as t October. covers up high and is running | Th69e tMU occurr(! d after both through the little Red Rid ing; the Un|ted gtatw ftnd Brttaln hftd Mood and the wolf routine as M-L nfl0unC ed cessation of tests and ga f r, S .? , ' , , Ut * time when the Russians All that is necessary to settle j tmsmselvM wdre demanding a the Berlin problem, he says, is permftnent bft n. fof the Western Allies to have trust in Communist good faith. With faith, his story goes, the Allies can abandon West Berlin with One of the prisoners, Sgt. Kenneth G. Carlson of San Leandro, had been interrogated 69 simply because SCIENCE (Conttntftwl 1) sisted by student* from the science classes. Judges are local members of business and industrial firms in Pampa. Some are former teachers. In order that judging will be completed by the time the fair is open to the public, separate Sets of judges have been obtained for CRAY MONTY So!) Conservation District News *•* •»<•»»»* ,j***jt *»•<*** i SMAtHfcKS FATHER (Continued From P&f& !) knew that they were making certain teats." fold that phyaicans had reported his father's condition good, the younger Dulles said he had n 6 'immediate plans for flying home. He last saw his father when the secretary came to Rome for !the funeral of Pope Pius XII last Aft {Q m vacancy 51st THE PAUPA DAILY NEWS m Year SUNDAY, flSBRUAftY IS, 1959 3 Pampa Firemen Quell Four Grass, One Auto Blaze y a wrong.way train which carried <f ch , 0? lhe * fl ?. left "V lhfe reccnt resignation of; the priest has been studying in ' him into the Eastern /.one. Last week also, the Russians tl- naily permitted a four-truck U.S. convoy to proceed aftei* holding It 66 hours at the check point. It was , . the four grade levels. ***** grass Mainly About People pa fires Sal, McLean supervisor Dick » J, 1115 ij* i vo t J i« *T >-""'-11 «31.M--«J »i njj «• i -- , .1 Europe since June, 1957. Me came 'wrday. and extinguished one minor All students who wish to nave; wjU be Held Monday night at Me-ltd Rome last September to enroll'car fire Friday afternoon, their pictures made with t h <? i r Lean. / ""' J "" " '"""'" " projects may arrange to do So at ias a graduate student of dngma- election will be. held in the tic theology Irt the Gregorian Uni- Melmstedt| the_ Information desk^ at the fair. ; hi g h Sc h6ol auditorium. Prior to; versity. voting, a film, "A Tenderfoot in ' a blatan The director of the Fair i.i warning to the West of what can Elaine Ledbetter, head of the sci- happen at any time to the Berlin supply routes. Further on the matter of trust: The West insists that Inspection teams to check on possible viola- NMSC Commends Three Pampans Three Pampa High School seniors have been commended by the ence department of Pampa .Migh School. L. J. Edmondson, Migh School principal is chairman of general arrangements. McMenry Lane Is chairman of the awards Europe," is scheduled for showing. The man to fill Everett's tion must be a landowner must live within iOnly landowners National Merit Scholarship Corporation for turns are ment to essential to any agree-lances on a ban on Russans ilnslstsnt that any such teams inlsellnck, Robert Sidwell and by perfect confidence that it will re . , main a free symbol of the cap!- iment lo a , Permanent talistlc world 110 miles inside weapons tests. The Communist territory. i a S ree ln P rinci P le but are dies Examples . _ .. - . . Western trade routes to Berlin «"?»««"» Ierpllo 7 bc manned Will b e guaranteed but there will tneir own P c °P le ' be no need for military supplies! To do otherwise, they say, since there will be no Western : would be to open Russia to a vast troops there. , Western spy network. This is So- Simultaneously these examples; vict trust. of Communist "good faith" occur- T1) e East Germans also are In or are disclosed: j on lne acl In Washington, the State De-, KclMse Americans outstanding nationwide perform- test giV' en last April, according to L. J. Edmondson, principal. The students are Bernice Beu-i Waggoner. Another senior, Bob | * Jaiswor ' k< Kelt's Place Burglarized | A burglar early Saturday morn- I ing escaped with $59 from Kell's i Place, a tavern at 820 W. Brown. • Police Chief Jim Conner reported. ; The money, two $20 bills, one $10 till and nine $1 bills, was ; taken from a coinbox in a "skill- I ball" machine. A number of dim! es were left behind. An 18 year-old Pampa youth,! Conner reported the burglar was Most of j Bi "y Morse,' entered a plea of not j evidently locked in the tavern and ' made his'escape through a screened window. The burglary was re- posi- a n d his sub-division, are qualified to committee and Cameron Marsh iSj VOt e, but everyone is invited and in charge of judges. Student chair- . ur g e d to be present. men are Susan Kay, refreshments; . tot judges; Bob Jernigan, classification of entries; Kay Layne, guides and student hosts. Michael Brown is official photographer. A cordial invitation is extended to the public to visit the fair to see the type of work that's being Friday, al ; 4:lO p.m., a 1957 DeSoto owned by James Gilliam. 1401 E, Francis, caught fire under a front seat floor board. Light damage was reported. Grass fires Friday were in the 1100 block on S. Nelson and. in Almeda park on Mary Ellen St. Saturday grass fires were reported at 3:24 and 4:47 p.m. In one blaze, two miles west of Pam pa near the Borger highway, about] 7:30 p.m. BeHsort Bft«$hefty,J has enrolled fc* a ft£w i at Southwestern Baptist ol^gic'ai Seminary, Fort Worth, fbf the spring semester ot ifl&>. Me 18 the son of S. W. Daugherty, 461 Crest. Daug-herty-graduated frwn HaMirt-Si.-ntfiofis University wiM » Bachelor of Science degree in 1968 and is currently working toward * Bachelor of Church Music degree. His Fort Worth address iji 509 Phillips Courts. Eastern Star Study Club will meet with Mrs. J. E. Byars, 1038 E. Francis, on Monday evening at Boy Pleads Not Guilty done in science classes throughout j ' the schools of Pampa. • the projects which will be on riis-, guilty Saturday morning to charg y l play are an outgrowth of regular jes of contributing to the delin Jernigan, has reached the finals of the Merit tests. They are nmon? 10.000 students who received letters of commendation and are in the top three per cent of United States seniors. John M. Stalnaknr, NMRC president, announced. Although these students did not partment released tape recordings; Last week they released five! j(e m(] [' ke the fina.ls of the 1958-1 1t*Vi S^tV^ (rtl1 i»* nttaali^i f 4 nrVif n *< f»l' A rr\ at*i/»fJ«€sfhA«fViarfVlo1rfm*1crin(l**. ._ _. „. . ... which tell in Russian fighter pi-; Americans they had held prisone: lots' own words how ar. unarmed and then promoted the act as U.S. transport was sh/>t 'down proof of the reasonable attitude over Russian terr'.ory men aboard, 11 of them accounted for. with 17 they would maintain once they still un-|took over cdntrol of the commu- i nlcatlons routes to West Berlin, 1959 Merit Scholarship' compel! tion, they demonstrated a hie-hly sunerior ability and outstanding promise to benefit from college training. Warning Methods May Cut Deaths By JOSEPH United L. MYf-EU International warning system effective against Curry Speaks In Hopkins VOTING (Continued Krom Page 1) man Topper, Southwestern Public Service; "Red" Turlington, Plains Creamery; R. L. Thompson, City of Pampa; Orville Terry, Ideal Steam Laundry; Jerry Trice, Harold Newman's Shop. Herb Unterman, Levine's. Kay Vandergriff, Anthony's. J. Wiley, Falstaff Distributing Company; Charlie Wilkerson, Combs-Woriey Barbershop; J. D. Williams, Post Office; T. Watie, Montgomery Ward; Betilah Wells, Highland General Hospital; Neva Weeks, Pampa Clinic; Bob HOPKINS (Spl) — Bob Curry of , Watson, Western Union; Mary Pampa was the principal speaker! Wilson, Highland Lumber Corn- here, at a recent father and son'pany; N. F. Woods, Montgomery banquet. jWard; Lucille Wilson, LaMae's The banquet, held In the Hop- Dress Shop, kins school, was served by Hop- pat Young, Tex Evans Buick sudden-death tornadoes like the kin - 1 ' Girl ^couis and was opsned; Company. . WASHINGTON (UPI) — It may one that hit St. Louis in the dark !with a fla ? ceremony by Boy| Kathleen Zmolony, Selective never be possible to perfect a : last Tuesday killing 22 persons 'Scout Pack IS. The^ Invocation was Service Bureau. ' 'J and injuring hundreds. But weather scientists believe No Ransom Money Found In Hoard CHICAGO check of amassed by (UPI) a. a -- A partial J150.000 fortune grandmotherly weather scientists warning techniques will be suff- clently improved in a matter of years to blunt the blows of nine tornadoes out of 10.. This will require a dovetailing of refinements in observation equipment, particularly radar, with fuller understanding of the nature of tornadoes and more widespread distribution and use of disaster warning devices, given by John Litton. Magician John Lee Wilton provided the evening's entertainment, > Mrs*. Mary Scruggs was in charge j of the dinner. FIRES (Continued Prom Miami Boy Has Champ SAN ANTONIO (SplI when his parents' home was rle stroyed by fire. Two elderly men nl?o In a blaz? that swept a housp at Pnrcell, Okla. tes said the fire, confined Longer Hours A resolution passed by the County Commissioners court u-il) keep offices in the county courthouse 1) opon Saturdays until noon. Judge William Cvaig reported Saturday. Criag p.iid the resolution does not become effective until Satur- perished; day. .Some rrumtv offices remain- rooming : ed opon yesterday. Author!-, _ to sev- CONFLICTS WITH TV Breeding, a Roberts County 4HJ caused by someone smoking At the moment,' development of. boy won the gran/i championship!bed. warning devices has outrun im- in tne Hereford steer division Sat-j Another i eral rooms at the rear of the two- STOKE, England lUPIi The Rt. Billjstory structure, might have been Rev. Anthony Otter, bishop of provements. in forecasting. Mete- what conditions madam hag failed to uncover a possible clue to the mystery of i oroI °S ists know the missing Greenlease kidnap! may breed tornadoes : the y do not v™,.f however, why one big fire urday at the San Antonio ransom money day. kidnap! police said Satur ' know, derstorm generates a Chief of Detectives Patrick Deeley ordered check of the a serial number money found after Mrs. Grace Van Scoyk, 68, was arrested as a prostitute Thursday night. Police found J65.202 stuffed into paper bags and satchels around the dishwater blond worn- an's house, another J58.000 In her in Grantham, has chaoged the time j of his Lenten services on Wedne.v in Canada, at days from 7 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. stock: Kingston. Out., injured 20 per- Too many parishioners want to jsons, three of them seriously. Au- watch a TV show on British fam- Breeding, a senior at M i a. m i thorities said the blaze \vas ily life call«d "The Archers" school, previously won grand j touched off when two bra\vlin<? which is on at the earlier hour. blow ! championships at shows in Kan- teen-agers knocked over an oil — - "S'yjsas City, Ft. Worth. Pampa and stove at a rock 'n roll dance. NEPAL (JETS COXSTITl.'TION I Amarillo. j Mor e than 150 screaming young-: KATMANDU, Nepal lUPIi -• to tor-j Janet Dudley of Perryton tiedisters were thrown into a panic by, King Mahendra made public several teen-agers Thursday the provisions of a new in a stampede to constitution for Nepal, which never had a real constitution. while perhaps 1,000 others as looking do not. But research is adding nado understanding bit by bit and, \ for first in the barrel race with a'the fire, and meanwhile, better radar equip-1 time of 16.9 with Mamielita Mitch-'were injured ment is improving the art of fore- ] ell of Ix)hn, Texas, castng. Much more of both is needed. When research and equipment! have added more certainty to tor- ithe exits. bank account, and $25,000 more'nado forecasting, a Weather Bu- cached In a safety deposit box. Mrs. Van Scoyk said she ac quired the money from 40 years reau spokesman said, the warning devices will be ready. As a matter of fact, he added, of work as a lady of easy virtue, i some of these devices are in use "My friends were good to m«," she told police, But Deeley decided if any of the serial matched with almost now and are saving lives. The bureau has availed itself of the to see i Conelrad system developed for the numbers'Civil Defense Administration to J300,000! give warning of enemy air attack. missing In th« 'ransom money The spokesman forsaw a time paid in the kidnaping of Bobby when all home radioes will be Greenlease in 1953. j equipped with an electronic switch The FBI, the Secret Service, which, on a broadcast signal, will and the Internal Revenue Bureau'turn them on full power to receive Joined in the police check under a Conelrad disaster warning. Sgt. Thomas Muivey. He said the bureau is now "rid"It's a tough Job and the checking piggy-back" on the civil de- will take time to complete," Mttl-ifense system and can warn vey said. "So far we have not i schools, police and fire stations, found any kidnap. . .money." jand radio and TV transmitting Bonnie Jean Heady and Carl i agencies at more than 150,000 Austin Hall, who kidnaped the I places in the country of impend- Greenleaie boy, received $600,000 j ing floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, In ransom from the boy's father, i or blizzards. a Kanaa« City Millionaire. After j But before the bureau can warn killing the child, they fled to St. ;of disaster, it must be able to Louli, where they were captured j forecast it. In the case of tor- with most of the ranaom and la- ! nadoes, this cannot be done now ter were executed. jwith the desired precision. The But about $300.000 of the ran-j bureau spokesman described the »om disappeared between the mo-;current system this way: tel-where they were arrested and! When storm conditions warrant, the St. Louis police station. A the bureau forcasts the possibli- •rnall part of the money has ; ity of tornadoes in certain broad popped up in Federal Reserve]areas during a certain period of banki. i hours. BECOME GOD'S SERVANT By ATTENDING CHURCH TODAY 8:30 a.m.—"A MODERN DAY SLAVE" Sermon by the Pastor 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.—Broadcast of Early Church Service KPDN 9:45 a. m.—SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES for all ages. 10:55 a.m.—"A MODERN DAY SLAVE" Sermon by the Pastor 6:00—Sunday Evening Fellowship for All Ages. 7:30 p.m.—"FACE THE ALTAR" Sermon by the Pastor Sermon by the Pastor 9:00 p. m.—METHODIST MEN'S HOUR - KPDN. THREE WORSHIP SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY 8:30 and 10:55 Q. m. and 7:30 p. m. Ye?u Ar f We/come At All Serv/cf s FIRST METHODIST CHURCH |01 f. Fostfi- Woodrow AdcQCk, Pqjtor zAirs- MONDAY SPCIAL BUY NOW AND SAVE AT ZALE'S COMPLETE nomemakar's set THIS OFFER MAY NOT BE POSSIBLE AGAIN Buckeye You'll t*rv* mof« nourithing and dillcioui mcali with wottrftii cookwartl Own (hit tompltl* itt a( W«»t lend cookwor* at a taring! • 1 i)l. iav«* pan and covtf. 3 qt. tauc* pan and covtr. i ql. Pvtch «v»n realtor. 10" iltill** with lid •vtnl. 1 Vj qt. control* Inn I. COMPLETE SET I.OOWttk NO MONEY DOWN Hit if IIU IQJ N. Cuyter, WHITE'S quency of a juvenile. His bond has i ported a t 10:17 Saturday morning, i $4,000 to $5,000. been set at $500. A 18 year-old friend of Morse, similarly charged, has been transferred from county court to juvenile authorities. The two Pampa boys were charged following a drinking party two weeks ago at Amarillo. They were accompanied to Amarillo by three younger Pampa ffirls. Amarcllo Man Found Guilty An Amarillo motorist, Richard Ben Emerson, 108 Jackson, w a s fined $125 and co.-ts Saturday in County Court after pleading guilty to a charge of drunken driving. Kmei-Hon. 'If), was arrested by Texas Highway Patrolmen noar KingHmill earlv Saturday morning. Judge William Craig s u s- pended Emerson's drivers license one vear. For sale: Il-cti.-ft. 015 chest type freezer. Phone MO 9-9876.* "Education Inclusive or Exclusive" will be the Robert E. Lee Junior K:gh PTA topic at Its Thursday afternoon meeting at 4 p.m. in the school auditorium with Mrs. Joe Sears as leader. The consumer: Thought For the Day will be given goods are purchased by families: by Charlotte McCoy. Seventh with an annual ncmoevgargniaei Grade will be in charge of the pro- with an annual income averaging I gram, followed by room visitation of the seventh grades. acres of grass burned on the :Phillips Co. Homer lease. The cause was unknown. At 4:47 grass in a vacant lot in Prairie Village caught fire from a nearby trash pile. No damages reported. One-fifth of all U.S. OLD-CHAIR YES, YOUR OLD CHAIR OR ROCKER IS JUST LIKE CASH WHEN YOU TRADE WITH WHITE'S-SHOP OUR SPECIAL VALUES!! SIESTA RECLINING CHAIR Shop Quality — Pr/'ce WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD! Regular Less Trade In '49.95 $ 20.00 $ 29 FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE! NOW ONLY • CHOICE OF COLORS • 3-SPEED VIBRATOR ONLY 95 Want to live longer - healthier - happier? Then relax in your siesta.loun- ger. Adjusts automatically to your position of maximum relaxation! REGULAR PRICE $ 99 95 LESS TRADE-IN YOU PAY ONLY $ 69 95 EASY TERMS FREE DELIVERY PAY AS UTTKK AS $1.25 WEEKLY IHOFOUR TWO COMPLETE FLOORS OF FINi FURNITURE VALUIS! MO 43268 WHITE'S i-HE HOME Oh GREATER 109 S CUYUR

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