Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 3
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 3

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 22, 1959
Page 3
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Mrrters to tfis way 6f y6ufig J>]a who want to go Mo farming. Fnr ^tance, Senson Mid, the young man starting intft tattling today without any allotmftnts faces ft curious dilemma. "Maybe his father will eon- v ^\^<\y retire," Benson safd. -Maybe he can buy a farm and tfeaf PAMPA OAIL* 22, whol« farm htS-rttet Ifel Ifl fnij elimination as rapidly a.i practicable ftf ineffective c&ftlrofs ftnd use of J)riCfe supports at leVfels that will preserve and build markets. ^fOLSA, Okla. (UPD—Secretary: er' 1 awards banquet sponsored byj of Agriculture Ezra taft Benson'the Tulaa Junior Chamber of i - - ^ s^icrcSgr^nK r sriSn^^rsSt tj ••*» u <^<~t X s "XvrSf p»b,.m. of "offer a future of., government, f*.«l fovennnen support^ few fteftd th« New* Classified Ads, INCOME fAX SERVICE . fff?Te«f »6itt*«f MMt BOB RATLfF? WO j iuw DV/I v c LI ic piODJ 6mS v«-..| u-......• - — — - — — — c , small farmers but instead fias i imposed < icreagj allotments and put them In an "economic strait Jacket." Benson told an audience at the annual "outstanding young farm- crops a.t levels Is priC' imposed ; acreage niiwunciiio a"" —«•-- -- - marketing quota., that cripple ef- ing us out of the world market ffciency. 1 ' ! and mav ** doing: lrre P arable He sft4d government controls harm to vlta.l exports." and regimentation have put tough Benson said the solution to the' STEWART WEDDING SERVICE Invitations. Thank Vott Notes! BMde Boolta, Invitations $8,00 p«f 100 ftftd tip Shown by Appointment Only MO 44396 GRAPHO-ANALYSIS Mrs. Eugene Leigh, left, takes a good look at her daughter Bethena's hand- Writing. One advantage of having a Grapho-analyst for a parent is that you always know where you stand in your personality development. (Daily News Photo) jPampan Has Yen For Handwriting By WALLY TKTJESDELL Dally News Staff Writer ' "People are so different and you can't imagine how or why d i f- lerent," says Mrs. Eugene Leigh, 1008 prairie. "More people are emotional than use their head analyst. She can tell what kind of you person you are by the way cross your t's. Personality is revealed in the strokes that make up letters. Slanted strokes may indicate an emotional nature. But if people write C111UL4V1IC" "••«•• "-- — straight up and clown, they stop really." And all this shows up in _ nd lhlnk; ,. win lt pay? will I get their handwriting. in(n trouble?" Mrs. Leigh says, concerned with the loops and strokes that she doesn't have read the words. to :•: Mrs, Leigh is a certified Orapho- Beauty Operators Give Free Sets Unit 81, of the Texas Beauty As- Rogers Awarded PO Contract WHITE DEER — A contract for into trouble?" Mrs. "Their head rules everything they ,, llllJa , ,^^,^.. .. ~ -- --do." A backhand in even move so. the remodeling and modernization It shows true generosity that O f ^ e new Post Office building comes from the mind, not from nas been awarded to the T o n y sentiment. | Rogers Construction Company of Having completed basic training,' Amarillo. Mrs. Leigh is working for the post-. The building Is being construct- graduate degree of Certified Gra-| ec ) nccording to the latest Post Ullll UM „ „ pho - analytical Psychologist. As, Office Department specifications sociation gave shampoos and sets!she did with the general course,! witn everv modern facility possible to underprivileged women of j she is doing correspondence with ( or ^ n ls size of office. Pampa recently. Arrangements j the International Grapho - analysis i ^^ ^^ of the bul)ding win were made by the welfare commit- School in Springfield, Mo. I tea of the association which chairmaned by Nadean Morse. is of Roman brick with a recessed She observes that Grapho-analy- f r0 nt door of glass and aluminum, sis is part of a recruit's training| Ac jjoining buildings will be mod g Beauty shops and their owners ; foj . thg Indianapo i| S Police Force' ernizd to harmonize with the new Moore s where Norr j s Starkley, a Grapho- Post office. who participated were: Beauty Salon, Alice Howard; Mod- analysti ap pij e3 his skill to forg- ern Bauty Shop, Gladys Scott; La } ^ nd detection . ' Bonita Beauty Shop, Wamen actice . „.,.,„ . g geUing plfinty of PLAN TRADE TALKS at home. Her oldest TOKYO (UPI) --Inejlro Asanuma - ... .. pracce a o. -Beauty operators participating ^ . ig lg and dlsplays d e- will lead an eight-man delegation were: Rosemary Tmsley, Dons c(dedl art McClure, Melba Bruce, J e r r y i nanclwrUing Bruce, Nelda Crouch, Ann LeBlanc, Nell Everett, Eva G i 1 1, c(dedl artlsUc traits in. h e r O f the Japanese Socialist Party to Peiping March 4 for trade' talks, rol-'it was announced today. The dele' her , mc ° J | ate %vU , (Uacu « S with Chinese . O spe ual -Naomi Weldler, Louise Brown, Na- the man. . Rea( , The N ews Classified Ads. dean Morse and Margie Platter. I But Mrs. Leigh has become so' Make music in &-• minutes without lessons or experience with the AGNU ELECTRIC CHORD ORGAN Imagine! 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