Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 20, 1959 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Friday, February 20, 1959
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Slit Tttfi PAMPA DAILY NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1959 © t»S? t>, NEA Seryte», In* T.W. »•«. U.S. fif. Off, "One good thing about this report card—nobody's going to call me 'Egghead'!" Dulles Faces X-Ray Cure For Cancer Havana's Casinos Open Up By W. B. DICKINSON- .Ml. United i'ress internnliniml HAVANA fUPD—Eleven of Ha- Ivana's plush gambling casinos were allowed to open their floors Thursday for the first time this ypar, but the absence of Ameri- iran tourists made the clay's pick- WASHINGTON (UPT) — John inga slim. Foster Dulles will be wheeled i Cubans anxious to parade their through a one-t/in lead door today ; wealth only those makinp $20,000 to face massive X-ray thcnipy that or more a y^ar are allowed lo could stop the spread of his ah- gamble- turned out in fairly re- 'dominai cancer. ispertable numbers, but (lie num- On the outcome of the treatment bt>r of Americans in most casinos from Walter Reed Army Hn^pilal's could be counter! on the. fingers million-volt X-ray machine hinged of both hands. "Dulles' future activities as secre- It cost the casinos an estimated tary of state. : $600.000 to reopen, because they No "cure" is consiriorfd probable. Mather, physicians were hopeful the radiation therapy were required to pn.v their em p'i'..•>•"•; trie wasr-s they lost dtiri:)^ the seven weeks the government ?,"' ,j kept the gambling houses closed. which begins today could arrest ' , wi- .. ,, I Casino operators are gambling the disease. If the cancer—discovered during operators are gambling that, next week's anniversary eel- cluatioii, during which hotels here a "successful" ln-mia opt-iui,..,, v m ,,,,,,, |hrer , ,, al ^ llf .^ ari:(ljn . last Fridaycan he «"-'\ ii'i" 1 '.', ni -,.iiiU.,i. t.-. \ MIOM fi.mi Dulles Id expected 1.0 return to his wj|| n ,,., Vl . 1iu , ),,„„ . dwindling duties- tourist industry. Dulles' cancer is on part of the Twenty-six hotels have agreed intentine involved in his hernia. It lo furnish free housinp for up to is glandular in nature. \?.,ow tourists next Monday, TUPS- „ Cancer authorities Mid such a".day and Wednesday. Rnokings malady genernHy requires three to'rnn he arranged through any six weeks of treatment. It was PX- Miami travel nRnnt for a payment pected the •"7fT-ye.a.r-,ol^ cahinet of $.->o rovorinR air fares and the /nembcr would spend several min- rost of transportation here, utes a day, four or five days a i During the heyday of gambltm; week, in front of the X-ray ma- in this country, the 18 casinos- in chine. i operation grossed as much as He will be bombarded by rays.$200,000 a dny. During the last II directed from a huge instrument' months of iSliS. however, the tour- suspended from the roiling in a'ist slump pushed the casinos to concrete - walled room at the the verge of bankruptcy, sprawling medical center. The.""" lead door is one of the many pro- constant watch on the patient, cuations taken to prevent the rays i X-rays, if intense enough, rinm- from escaping the room. 'age any body coll they penetrut?. Radiologists supervising the'But they damage cancer cells treatment are- protected from more than the normal cells, and stray radiation by a. water-filled j in that rests the hope the treat- window that enables them to keep'ment will benefit Dulles. ZALE'S SATURDAY SPECIAL Six diomondi are let in imall heof'i, which form endpiecei Richly engraved c * pa n vion bracelet Famoui &ay'or move- men! it dependable, I7-(eweli NO DOWN PAVMfNT F«d«'at Tot Induded KI7 X. Ciijlcr, FOLK , (L'ontWnted ffoftt P»ff8 Ij No. 2; Bill Cook, United Van Lines; Freddie Cody, Ideal Ko. 3; Larry Cox, Purr's; Mrs. " S. B. Cook, Corporation Court;'* Verda Cooper, Kelly Clinic; 8111 'Clark, Pampa Tent and Awning; Eddie Carlton, Field's; James Chastain, Holmes Conoco Service Station; Pant Coronia, .T. C. Daniels. Glen Day. Motor Inn; Ola Daugherty, Worley Hospital; Edna Day, First National Bank; Fern Dawson, Girl Scout Office; Iva Denson, F. A. Gary's Office; Calvin Dittmore, Richard Drug; Dixie Davis, Highland Genera! H o s- pilal; L. G. Davis, Pampa Schools; Gene Dalsing, Herman's K-T e x Station; E. C. Daniels, Police Department; Slim Dennis, Food Center; Irene Richardson, Johnson's Cafe. Pat ETads, Stephen F, Austin School; Bob Edmondson, Tom Rose Motors; .Tack Edwards, Ideal No. 1, Norman Elmore, Ideal No. 3; Charlcne Ennis, Noblltt-Coffee Pontiac. Jack Kikes. NobHtt-Coffee Pontiac; Don Fox, Malone Pharmacy; B. M. P'olger, Stephen F. Austin School; Ernest Foshee. Stittle's Grocery and Market; Leroy Frazier, Panhandle Packing; Helen Fowler. Davis Lockers; Louise Frye, Highland General Hospital. Gwen Gray, District Clerk's Office; Lydia Gilchrist, C&M Television; Charlie George, Post Office; James Gallemore, Frascr Insurance; Mrs. Joe Gabriel, Whites; Ben Graham, Coca Cola ; Lindsey Galbreath. Motor Inn: Alice Gordon, Highland General Hospital; Ruth Ann G u t h r i e, Furr's; Irene Groves. Hughes Building Elevator: Harry Guill, JPO Service Station; Artshell Gibson. First National Bank. ; Dallas Hodges, White's Auto Store; Bertha Hunn, La mar Din- ling Room; C. R. Howard, Melody ! Manor; Lessits Holt. Moses; De! lores Hudgins, Woolworth's; Ina jHiisted, Southwestern Bel! T e 1 e- .phone; Marie Horn. Railroad Commission; Bobbie Hall. File Food; 'Montie Haggard. Sheehan TleHii- >rs; B. F. Hess. Day-Nil."? Laun- 'drv; R. Hr*w-pll. Montgnmrry Ward; Jim Hall, Furr's; Glen Hfiyps. Cook P.oik Bread C o m- ipany; Nora Heuston, Empire Cafe, i Jerry Ing. IGA Food Liner. I Georgia Jones, Fraser Insurance; Nina Jones, Woolworth's; Yvonne Jones. Texas Furniture; M. Jones, Golf Service Station: i Marshall Johnson, Parkway Barbershop; Marlene Johnson, Lej vine's. Connie King, Ideil No. 3; Jo Ann K"r!e e rt, Soiiinwcsifi n PuMii? Sfi vi.v C'om|fMiiv; AK-H'um Kear. U'ooKvoi th'.s; Grace Kins. PHiupa Clinic. Bill Langford, Ideal No. 2: U'il- ma Lopan, KirsV Nat'onnl Rank; Royrp I./oc;in, Highway Patrol: James Lre. ARA; Mrs. Ra'ymond Lnsh, Highland General Hospital: 'Irene Lyons. MrLcllan's; Ellen !Layne. Overt on Clinic; Harold 'Ledbetter, Post Office Service Sta; lion. I Jimmy MeClure, Ideal No. 1; Doyle Maddox, Dunlap's: Betty j.Morris, Ideal No. 3; Nadene Morse, Louise's Beauty S h o p; Helen Minor, Woolworth's; Edna Maxwell, J. C Penney; Neva ;M;ickic. Penny's; Tom McPei.ik, | Ideal No. 1; Ronnie Martin, Tex;as Furniture; Doc Murphy. High! land Service Station; Harold Malone, National Tank Company; Bobby Malone. Hi-Land Drive-in; Lois Maddox, Malone Pharmacy; i Margaret Miller. Southwestern ' Public Service Company; Ollie M. Miller, Highland General Hospital; .Mrs. Joe Martin, County Tax Office; Ernestine Morris, Violet's Beauty Shop; Mrs. W. E. Melton. Anderson's Western Wear; Mrs. J. C. Moaely, Horace Mann School; Bill Maugham, Furr's; Mrs. I^ec Moore, Gunn Bros. Stamp Store; Alma Meek, Moses; Navada Maddux, Mitchell Grocery. Claude Parks, Kelley Creamery; Celia Pftlnax, Cabot Offices; Marnie Perdue, Highland Hospital; Charles Potter, United S u p p 1 y, Norma Pinard, Your Laundry & Dry Cleaners. Letn Quinn, Znlea. Betty Rice. Highland General Hospital: Polly Reeves. Lamar Mainly About People •fndle&tw Adv*ttl*lh8 ftofothy Johnson, dmiglitef "f Mr. and' Mrs. C. H. Johnson of | Pampa, was listed on the fall i honor roll recently released by the ,dean's office of McMurry College,; j Abilene. Tracy t). (tofy, fenehcf of 1M- ano and Organ. Studio 430 N. SumiKf.* The Colored f)ay Nursery I* i sponsoring a play, "The Judge- !ment" on Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. in the. i Carver School auditorium. It has i been announced that proc«;eds from ! the play will be used to purchase j linoleum for the nursery. Aclmis- •sion is 35 cents per person. i Jack Aydrlolle, who is a mem- i ber of the AMF Promotion Staff. 1 i and who is to be at the Harvester ' : Bowl Few. 28th for instructions land an exhibition, is appearing. this Sunday 6n KVII-TV. Channel 7, at 4:30 p.m. on the program, "Bowling Stars.'" Miss Barbara Oomlnight, !>'!•> Jordan, student at Texas Woman's University, Denton, will participate in the university's widely- known (.'lass Stunts to be presented Friday and Saturday in the I University Auditorium. Ths event ihas bec.ome fin unofficial TWU I homecoming with hundreds of ex- 1 i students, parents and guests [from throughout the Southwest in • the audience. I Hear the band at the Blue Ron. net Saturday nite. Try our food.v Dining Room; W. A. Russell, Mel- iropolitan Life; Beulah Reid, Elks' 'Lodge. | Joan Sims, Dr. J. B. Veale's Of! flee; Jay Smith, Police Di-pajt- jment; Bonnie Slavers, Dunlap's: •Osalee. Scott. Furr's: V i v i a n ! Stone, Penncy's; Lillie SfivMfre. i Baker School Cafeteria; V i r g i e i Sharp. Lcvine's; Sue S n y d e i:. ! White's Auto Store; Ruf<- Shumaie. JFurr's; (Jordon Shult3, F u r r's: 'fill's Unifier. '-Vhiio's; Mrs. K'\ i Schneider. Cabot Offi;??; "F'mi,v" i.Shultz, Everet! Mnrhine Com- Ipany; O. L. Stokes, J. C. Daniels i Motor Company. j Elizabeth Tillery. Mitchell's 'Grocery; Enoch Ti'vlnr. Irli.-.n! No. 1 3; Betty Thomas, Firs' National | iBank; Jay Thomas, Pampri TVnt: Und Awning: Elmer Toml'n. Haw-; kins • Shafer Appliances; Dennis : Taylor, Aniro. ' ("liiivnre t.'nd. i v/ond. MV'Wil- llann-Mu.-iirj .Sei vi< a :;:.<•!.in n.-tv Warnvr. PoM fii;i,,. M;uv Walker. I'nlice i>p;i>! ip;en! ; My- 1 ron Worden. T'nrnpM Paint ri nd .Glass Company: RHand West. i Henderson-Wilson X .. 2; .J.'nue.-' i Washington. Cabot Shops; Jeff ;Ward. Bmldy's Super M,\rk<->; W. ; M. Window, Caldwell's; Car; (Wright, City of Pnmpa: M;<rpie jWinton, Highland General H o s- jpital; Judy Wells. Hi-Land ChM- jdrc-ns Shop; Dorothy Worden, G&S i Garage: Faye Willingharn. Med- iical-Surgicnl Clinic; Leroy WaLson, ; Ideal No. 3; Ed Wylie. Pa m p n ! Public Schools; Mabel W.-iUer- •sfhield, Highland General Hospital; Jim White, Bchrman's: Bob Wilson, Shenvm Williams; Ruby Wylie, Dun & Bradstreet. j Cho Young, [<e.vine's. Evans Ritas Announced Mrs. Mary Jane fevans, 83, of Amarillo, sister of Frank fliidi Hugh Shotwell of this city, died; Thursday at 11:10 a.m. in thej Northwest Texas Hospital, Am a-. rillo. she had been in failing health! for some time. . i Funeral services will be held at; 2:30 Saturday afternoon from Blackburn-Shaw Funeral Home. ; Mrs. Kvans had resided at 1917 j Taylor in Amarillo and had been a resident of that city for 59 years.! In addition to the tw.o sons here,! she is survived by another son, ; four daughters, and n host of. grandchildren and grcat-grandchil- ; dren. ATLAS (Continued From rage J) j an Adas the full intercontinental' distance of 6.300 miles. The Air Force had hoped to test the missile's blunt nose cone today' and observe the path the Atlas took l)u'>u.ah space. But the flight, which would have taken probably. about 25 minutes, lasted little m«re than three minutes. ; Only once has the Atlas flown.; the full intercontinental route. After the one successful all-the-way hop last Nov. 2?. the Air Force tried Jon. 15 for another oce;ui- spanning flight but engine trouble cut thai trip to only about 200 miles. : Polio Board Meets • The l(»5fi Miirch of Dimes will bo reviewed a' ». monthly meeting of the Gniv County Polio ]->>;ird. Mrs. Arthur T^ed. vice ehair- man, has announced Uv meeting for 5 p.m. today in the P-)mp.i (.'hnmber nf ('.'''iiimercv. Follo'.virur 'he rep-ir', routine business v^'ill be discussed. Grease Fire Ouf Pampn firemen Thursday extin- piiislvd .1 cre^-jo fjfp in tijfi kitchen of the WTiMn W.TV f'afo. The rail w.a?; vprnv-rl nt R-?5 p.m. when some ;;i'e,TS" caught fire on a stove. No damage resulted. i OUOTFS IN THE NEWS I'nited Press Jnlerntitiuniil MIAMI C:int R'lvrnond l\\\- lii'-'c!;!. p:l<-t nf an K.r-icrn Air. \-\\~* \<\f \, ,e>_ Klerti •> , \\-\\ii t ,;il: \i'i!i-iii »• •, ,t -i'.'r- di!i..n t^i av,': ( a , ,,|h , ,vj y.'i"'i a "Vi! • r- 1 ' j" 1 ' "T! was a iniuiily bii;-l(.i..i!;iiig Marshall Battles Pneumonia Two Strokes FT. BRAGG, N. C. fUPl)-- Goneral of Hie Army George C. Marshall, battling against spi-ead- inp pneumonia and the effects of two strokes, was slightly im- uipi'ovnrt today but still in serious condition. Doctors at the Army's Womack General Hospital here said late Thursday that the 78-year-old soldier-statesman had rallied slightly during Ihe day but they warned agninst "over-optimism" rejjai'dinjj his condition. Col, George Powell, the hospital's chief of medicine, had said earlier Thursday that the spread of pneumonia was complicating' treatment of Marshall for the second stroke he had suffered within a month. Powell said later, however, (hat the pneumonia had not increased diirinp \\\i> penrral's "very restful day," most of which he spent sleeping:. Ke;x| The News Classified Ads. CINflNNATI Jflm I). Porterfield, (lepUtV SUr'Ur'Ul V.>'|i"r;)| nf th" r S. Public Health Service, on inb sickness: "It. is c.stin'ateil 400 fun) jvw i ases <if di "•='':! sex \vhi> h on ur f:>'~^'. year nre ilcatly f.iccii|i!i' in .: o! ic in." OFFCTT AIR FORCK BASK, Neb !';••;' •>•• I '-."si T 1 ••"." of Greei-e, on h'.s im;r cf \|-,e I'niicd > \ lies. 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