Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 20, 1959 · Page 1
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FREEDOM NEWSPAPER fhe $ampa SJathj News Serving The Top o' Texas 51 Years VOL. 56—NO. 270 DIVORCE GRANTED Actress Debbie Reynolds (cslifies from the stand in hc-r divorce (rial against Eddie Fisher. The actress told the court, "My husband has become insorosled in another woman." She was granted the divorce, with a handsome alimony sett lemon t. Debbie Nets Cyprus Sets Celebrations For Return Of Archbishop Ky HAKOtJ) (JtlAKf* f'nilcd pre-<<» In|prnnllnnnl LONDON MJPli — Archbishop Makarios prepared today to return to Cyprus to end his two years of exile and probably to become thp first president of the world's newest nation. | Thousands of Greek Cypriote I flooded the streets of the, island 'Villages Thursday to hail the in- jitialling of the tripartite agree- jmenl freeing Cyprus, but most jCypriois awaited Makarios' return i before celebrating. | Terms of the agreement signed |by the prime ministers of Greece, 'Turkey and Britain were with]held until Monday when they will (10 PAGES "TOD A\ r ) Radio Moscow Denounces Big 3 On Hot Berlin Issue Attack Comes As English Minister Leaves for Moscow Ry VKK.NO.V SCOTT L'lM Hollywood Corr''s|mmlent Sor-k Tnfoi'med i said Cyprus would be an independent nation In from nine months !to a. year and that one of the i first acts of the new republic Riven StO.OOO yearly alimony, their would be to seek American for- S1.->0.000 Holm by Hills home, eign aid. They said the island slo'-ks. bonds and n $100,000 life nlso would request mem bet ship insurance policy. j n NATO. Kishor estimated he would give Rcpol . ta indicated Britain already was taking steps to free the 36 Greek Cypriot KOKA underground prisoners held in England and the more than t.OOO 1 million dollars in the 10 years under the agreement. F/xatninatiojt of the complicated ,'i^rcoment indicated he •would have to pay her at least ' HOLLYWOOD lUPIl Spunky Debbie Reynolds, who won a divorce from Eddie Fisher by blam- Debbie ing Elizabeth Taylor for breaking Ilpx , r up her mnrriace. sn'd today she would fill the void in her life by working in movies. Though she didn't mention rav- ST.'O.noo dining that period, en-haired I.iz by name in her 1es- Neither Fisher nor his attorney, limony Thursday, it was clear Martin Gang, appeared in court, i that Mike Todd's widow waa "the Debbie's Career Brighl other woman." ' California law stipulates that To forget the ordeal of the ro-,-Debbie and Kddic will not tie. mance that wrecked her home, the;to remarry until their divorce "fi-year-old Debbie said. "I'll be comes final n year hence. j Upturn* Next Week : working very hard for the rest of Career . wise the future looks' The most prominent exile Is | tiio year. Now that the legal busi- ; bright for Debbie while Eddie's .Makarios. who represented the | ness' is over the three of us will star appears to he on the wane. Gre.ek Cypriots at the L, o n d o n j he bound together in anv Debbie has more film offers than talks. HP announced plans to re-j she can handle. Kddie's bi-weeklv turn to the island next week. Ma-l LONDON (UPI) — Radio Moscow today denounced (he Western Big Three replies fo Soviet proposals on Germany as devoid of "any constructive .surest ion 1 ' for a settlement, of the East-West dispute. The attack came on the eve of (ho departure for Aios- cow by British Prime Minister Harold MaeMillan. McMillan told Commons Thursday niqht that thp trip was boini; he released in the capitals of the.undertaken in hopes of breaking "the ice" in ihr- cold var nations involved. , The Moscovv Radio a(tack fo iio\vod by tlmv- days H unerici.ti Aid sabre-raft ling speech on Germany and Berlin by Soviet 'Pre- dipiornatic sources j m j C i. Nikita s. Khrushchev. Khrushchev, in a 'speech Tues(day nighl, warned Hiat any i at tempt by the West to shoot, its' way into Berlin would mean war. On Monday, the T'nitod States, Britain and F ra nee delivered identical notes to Moscow proposing a broad Big Four foreign School Shop Contracts To Be Let Today EOKA prisoners serving minor : Contracts will be let today for sentences in detention camps on the construction of a Hisrh School Cyprus. j metal and vocational agriculture In addition. Prime Minister ; sh °P and an addition to B. M. Harold Macmillan pledged speedy! Baker Elementary School, Knox ^Ip return to tha island of all political ;Kinard, superintendent of Pumpu be- exiles. Public Schools, told the Dailv News. The School Board will meet at 5 p.m. in the City Commission Room to receive bids from contractors. no longer he bound together in anv UPDDIC nas more mm oners man UMR^. nv aiiimuiu <-u |>mns ID ic-i According to the architects, way and will no longer'bo news."'she can handle. Kddie's bi-weekly turn to the island next week. Ma-.'much interest has been aroused by Explain* "Cruelly" :TV show leaves the air next-karlos has been mentioned most ' the construction slated in the Asked'why she felt Fisher, 30, : month, and it's been more than a'prominently a s the first Cypriot' Pa m pa Independent School D i shad treated' her in a cruel and year since he's waxed a hit re-j president. ; , tricl. Work has already begun on inhuman manner, Debbie replied, cording. j The agreement, still to b« raU-jWilliam B. Travis Elementary "Well mv husband has become Even Fisher's close friends do j fieri by the parliaments of Greece, j School and on a two story addition Interested in another woman." not know his plans. j Turkey and Britain, grants Brit- j to the Senior High School. During the '10 - minute divorce Debbie currently Is starringUin perpetual ownership of two) T „ ( , a construction buildin- hearing the pixie - faced ar-trcss with Bing Crosby in "Say One military base, on the I s 1 a n d | ,„„,-,,, Onjrm . t5| w| , he ,„, awarded custody of the rroi- For Me." a strenuous role m|Bntam. Greece and fin-key will; fop (wo morf , jmpl , n . om ,, nts two children. Carrie, 2, and which she has twice been injured!join to guarantee the Integrity °f! B . lker n ,]dition 1. In addition she was during dance scenes. jthe new republic. ' ' was pie's Todd, BY MEXICAN PEOPLE IKE IS WELL RECEIVED Bv MKKRIMAN Whiln HOIIS* SMITH Keporter ACAPULCO, Mexico <UPIi day on a lavish diet of "amlstad" - the Spanish word for friendship emblazoned o-i trees, light poles' Tha president planned a morn- Ocean at the Pierre Marques Hn- tcl. President Eisenhower and M»xi- and the rooftops of .small native , can-American relations thrived to -homes here. • i, ^, I Seldom has Kisenhower ing free of formality, probably:j zfl( j w ith lounging around the hotel 'grounds. At midday, he will play been host to I,opez Mateos for lunch at Ike, Macmillan May Meet Soon site of mo.e pleased by his reception in lhfi pienv MarqueH. after which HJRh Srt ,, )()1 . "• two will se.ttle down for nn- will involve s i x additional classrooms and replacement of the cafeteria. With these let. the only c o retract remaining will be one for the remodeling of I'arnpa .Junior JHigh School. This will mean the Idcstnictioii of the red brick inehuolhouse which now houses the 'bandroom nn<l cafeteria, i These projects were approved in a $1.250,000 school bond election last yejTr. Tile last aim to be ival- this finfini'ing will be the purchase of two sites for future expansion and the purchase of the present site of Pampa ,J u n i o r ministers conference on Berlin. ; Germany and European security. The notes suggested that West and East Germans sit in as 'advisers.' 1 The Soviet government had proposed a 38-naUon conference t.o conclude a peace treat'.- with Germany. The participants would' include nil World War f[ Allies. The Western powers also expressed determination in their notes to maintain the right of free access to West Botlin. Tms- sij has said it would turn over its control functions to the Communist East German regime, which the Western powers do not recogni/.e. Moscow P.adio contended that the Western replies do "not pro' Vide a reasonable basis for settlement of the German qiipstii.m " It claimed the notes "do not contain a. single more or less constructive suggestion capable of facilitating .settlement of the questions either of Berlin or Germany." "It nil boils flown to the same invariable \\o' that the West has been giving us all the nine," Moscow said "H categorically re- jei is the Soviet proposal t/i de m Hit art .re Western Berlin md make It :\ free city " ONE OF MANY ."Johnny Wauner, a Pawpa Ilich School Junior, is shown u-it,h the Fractional ion Tower that he will exhibit in the PUS Science Fair, opening today. Two hun- dred and forty-three other jects will occupy the girls and Saturday. science pro- gym tonight cience " 9 * air • ioors of trie High <incl Si It s»id thru the that ih<> I'm' seriously interes an at;recmeii!. replies indicated ! States is ' JHI! •d" in re.-i( I'.mg as he STKM'AKT HK.NSI.KV Intcriiiitliiiiiil By WASHINGTON' i.nPIl President Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan may meet here next month to coordinate Allied strategy in the face of Russian threats to Berlin and Germany. This was disclosed todav by high officials who said that Secretary of State John Ko.ster Dulles had responded favorably t" a sug- ' gestion by the British leader that such a visit would be useful. Macmillan, pivpanng to leave this weekend for Mow DW to try to "break the ice" in the cold wor, told tha House of Commons Thursday that he might follow up h:s Russian trip with visits to Bonn. Paris and Washington American officials said an Ki- senhower meeting tor the r S after the British Prime MiniM.-r talks with Soviet Premier Niliita Khrushchev might be particularly useful and timely bei-itu.se it could: — Enable Macmillan to giv«- the American President a first-hun.1 report on his top-level Russian talks and* an assessment of Soviet intentions. - Provide an opportunity for the 'leaders of the tsvo principal Western allies to coordinate strategy to be followed by their foreign ministers in a pio|>o.sed four-power meeting this spring on Germany and Europe. - Eliminate the jto.ssiibil.ty that HIIV significant Ixjiidon-Wasliinglon differericvs in tactics may di vclup now that DuUes. tu-n-Utfuro thu workhorse ot the Allied camp. lies stricken by cancer Foreign Sccreury Seiwyn J-loyU Will "•' ' ulllpJIIV M.u niill.lll OM lllc \1*H to Mujco*. '1'1'tf fcilt'*)' l«ad- ti't V.UI leave S*!i.iiil3> they are expe< ',.--,1 lo n-ijKiin in Ru.-,>;,i !m- 10 a foi I'igii country !ho second day of hU whirlwind visit to tilis Mexican riviera as the gue.st of President A d o 1 f o l»pe/. Maleo*. The H'/rious sidn of their conversations d e n 1 i n g ui!h such weighty items as the 1' n 1 t e d States import quotas on lead, zinc and coffee, and possible American financing of the n-,'W I-Mablo I lam on the Rio Grande were necessary adjuncts of mai'v. slatted Uu ' other infoi mal of tha major involving both mal statement discussion of some' economic matters countries. A for-, on their two business sessions WHS exp^cled Utter In the day. Tonight [,opez Mateos will entertain Eisenhower at the Club de K.aquis. a restaurant beside Aca- pulc.o Bay where the chief enter-: tammcnt at dinner is water ski-| ing by home of the finer experts' ' 1 'P lr> ~ of the Western world. As muchj as Kisenhower was enjoying iiiiu-j lf, he still planned to fly hack MAIL DELIVERY EXTENDED SOUTH There has been as yet no tor- mal reply bv M»*cci\v to the ia'esi West ein notes None if expected at lea- 1 until Macmill'in com pleles hl.f visit. At 7 p.m. today Un girls gvm at 1'ampa will be swung opon Pampan-i v.-\]\ make Ihel of tlie ;t| exhihi's th:>t the Pampa Science Fan u ill spf .«, itT.i e pi oje< ; out by sludcnt.-j from th grade to the Uveit'ti, A knowledge of the phv.sicai oiogical and physiographic,-)! ences 'nas been at work. Col ribbons \si!! mark winning en 1 in each, tn-ld of sciciict cadi a.ue gioiip. primar'. mediate and junior hmh T lluee winning seni >rs each munds iki- up T h o y turned firs : sc,e".!,fn- ratio ii'ie level becaus mourumit-nta In Here and to,dude studies of rocks, weather, judging plants and voli-anoes. job last City mail delivery tended to II addiliiimil Thursday, nccordiiin lo (iaylnr, J'ostmastiT. All mail deli\ery please But what s a e in e d to Kisenhower more was the x'* 11 "'! 10 the United States late tonight inely er.thu.sia.ilic reception he after dinner. He was expected to received eveiy time he ventured ; take off in the big Columbine 111 out of his palatial temporary ' between 10 and 11 p. m. (11-12 White House beside the Pacific est). uas ex blocks O. K. persons in n s I have n proper iiuill receptacle and house number hcf(ii> the delivery will be slarted, (i a y I « r xlaled. (luylnr's aniuiuncenu-nt tjikes In the Him and I'iiMi hlncks on S. lloburt, S. Kaiilkner, S. Sunnier Hiul S. NeNon u» well as the HtMl, KMHl and HIM) blocks of \\ . .Me If it comes from u llanluare Sliiri', »<• ha\e it. Lewis llurfhiare (Ail\ I Parnpa's second ted bv K!aine I. j:e High S' h [t is a prelim ma The fair will be open to thfl public, Mrs. Led better announced. C-C Luncheon Reservations To Close Out Today a nice I 3*fl, j,, n i f('J J^C ^itfuiai i-. aiiuns will close Mt ft p.m. tr the February Member- hcon «! the P a m ji a »f Comnierce to be held ,n !h« Palm Room Monday at no:»n. The program will feature ft nine Primpa Business i tli'S week attended 3 \-ivade Meeting in Colo- mgs. Sponsored by tha .1'.i .- (.'ham oei of (."cini- " An c.i.le dealt wjtli cur- el's cor.f'i iMituij; the new !/ i ni- pi i Jc.-.-.-riM' t>m.l ("-AV A Mi.iga A,-. t,!i- Ji.-c lii.Nter.t'n 'nr fivl'-.-l \'.,[ Fuel-Laden Alias Explodes U\ Kit HAItll \' KOI'KK t lilted I'n-ss liileiiiationa! -I I. i-:. H , i a 11, w lii include special oil-! nv K I. Meiidci son, I '-in Bcamon. and W. i );hei- in ••m bei .^ of the Ii"iiii Will serve on the ( ':> I lie! Ol! 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