Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 6
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Tffi PAMFA fcAM SUNDAY, rEBRJJARir 22, . _. Sis* Rules Committee Members Bottle Over Resolution Side By FftANR KLKAZER United Pfe*B fiiternatteftat Business Views tJnHwl I'M** O.I. Its! month wm if pw ctnt mlnati to fl niefrsfrdftttR n Ateve that f6f tn« Slmllftf ffldMh* „ ^-*i.a i* »* «»«« to .«,. A^I. ^ss^^y 1 ??. can Newspaper Publisher* Ann. 1Mst jfg )0t $ j a ? - s iatt rf The Newsprint sexist fiutstu jftimed ftt cutting ceiti, ffti It reported that newiptint pfodiw^ mifht b« n puiuda tel_cofl*6!ld uort m the U.S. wa* 8,8 pep cant Uafl - Meanwhili, m« WA8M1NOTON (UPI) -- The Irresistible force has met up with the immovable body. As everybody always suspected, something General ElfeetHc Co. fepotlfedihighet than in January, 16S8, feut dear spending is the kind author-(However, he intimated it was go-;net Income last year, {ell 2 per that output in Canada, was 1.4 pet Sited by somebody else's commit-,ing a ItUle loo far to thfow a\\ay;cent on 5 per cent loWei* SftleS.'cent below a year e&rtier. ^ee. Whatever it Is. ^ere was'the key. ' JOE said thft 6Affiing8 decline wftS |Smith, with hla resolution to stop! "You have dropped a hydrogen kept small because of Vigorous Western Railway gave. it. And here wAs bomh where "• well-placed rifle; c.fforts aimed at cost reduction freight shipment! In the w«ek ended Feb. U were 0.8 per Smith was one of the gleat men' ehkled. . , . ,: %vlio Said, shot might have sufficed," Vinson'and improvements in efficiency, elfit Bbov6 the pflof WC«k fthd lAnarondft Co. reported lower M pet cent ahead w. the like Vitfiniil out 8td*fe lh« would lead to R Merger t>t thsi| properties. It end fh« N«\v» Adi, of history, that other tt||es com-! Smith then asked Vinson If he earnings for iftSS although profits, 1988 period, according to ths mittee memliers were ''•brilliant.'.would help draft a new resolution, j for the final threfe months wag The eppie clash tok place in j and that if they didn't cut. out • more of tile Hfle-shot type, Vtn-.the best for any quarter in two the House RulftS Committee thl* foolishness he no longer could son'allowed that mftybe he would.j years. R.,T. Reynold* Tobacfco Co. Thursday between congressional answer tor the national safety, i "That," opined Smith, "iff fls in 19B8 attained highest sales and Consumption of newsprint In the TOP DEMOLAYS Tlie three conselors of the Top 0' Texas Chapter, Order Of Demolays, appear following their Installation. Pictured from left to right, are John Grimsley, senior counselor; Barrel 1 Kivbit, junior counselor; and Dickie James, master counselor. DeMoIays Install Officers Twenty-two officers and preceptors were installed as officers of the Top O' Texas Chapter, Order of DcMc'.ay recently. A team from Bni-ger did the installing. Following the installation, Rain- honosocetyat est Tex bow '7irls served refreshments:^ glate Col]cge ln Canyon . props i-ed by the DeMolay Mothers i Ciiv.ie KifUien Rainbow Girls nml I Ceremonies honoring new mem- a nisniber of parents were among jbers and those promoted to ad- :vancecl membership will be held Dickie! Sunday. Approximately 50 s t u- ma-tor counselor; John| d ents, representing the upper ten Grini-.i.-v senior counselor; Dar-'Por cent of the junior and senior rci! Kii-iv'r. junior counselor- Jet- jesses will be given recognition rv Porter senior deacon; Norman i fl nd awarded "shingles," or cer- ^.-KlraUi. junior deacon; T e r r y j locates of membership. The pro- N^rroin- senior steward; DonlB 1 '' 1 *™ wil1 be at 4 P- m - in thc steward; J. W. Gist, : Cousins Hall ballroom, and friends ' Wayne Smith Continues As Chi Member CANYON fSpl) — Wayne Smith, .Pampa junior, is continuing as a (junior menvber of Alpha Chi na- v , c .- 10 ,i, Th- n«w officers are junior 'M=-. . . , chaplain; Jack Williams, sentinel;':^ families of members are In- Robert Woodard. standard b e a r- i vitcrt to attend. er: Jimrnle Crouch, Almoner; Members will be given the It- John Wajrner, Almoner; Joel Me- certificates by the heads of de- Elrath. scribe; and Mtlton Sallz-|pnrtme.nts In Which each is ma- man, orator. • jjoring. Preceptors are Harold Burgess, |. smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Allen Wise, Gary Hacklcy, P at! Sm , thi 700 N slo(uli ia ma j ort ngr in Carter, Terry Joe Haralson, Bob-| Engl , 8hi He is active ,„ E psilon «* n n »i M , «n*,K,. Mnf«in ert Conley, Bobby McCain Joe Roberson. Cartwright faking Pre-FSsght Training «y *j ancl Beta, men's social club; Club, Student Education Association, Buffalo Bills, honorary service club; Phi Alpha Theta, honor- jary history club; and the Baptist [Student Union. He was recently named to Who's Who in American i Universities and Colleges. Goff Named Officer CANYON (Spl) — Jimmy Goff, Pampa sophomore, was recently elected executive officer of the West Texas State College Sam Houston Rlflet, Drill Team. Qoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Qoff of 409 Russell, is a. member of the Buffalo Band, W.T. Choir, and Is a member of Epsilon Beta fraternity. He has also participated in a woodwind trio. PENSACOLA, Fla. (Spl) — 2nd .science, navigation, principles of U. David Lee Cartwright, USMC, 1 £li ffht, and other technical courses son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cart- '° prepare them for their future Wright, 621 B. 18th, is undergoing; roles an naval aviators. pro-flight training at the Naval; Upon completion of Pre - Flight Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. j students undergo primary flight During the ten weeks of training : training at Saufley Field, also at students are instructed in aviation ; Pensacola. Check Your TV Tubes FREE! We Have Complete Stock of TV Tubes If Replacement Needed Miller • Hood Pharmacy 1122 Alcock MO 4-8469 titans. Each has been considered Vinson said his ,old and dear, near to a commitment as any-| earnings in its history, to rule in his own domain, at •, friend Smith was eminently right; body will ever get out of Carl least by fiat and possibly by di- In Irving to lock up the Treasury, j Vinson.'" vine rifrht. ' At one end of the long table, fftvel In hand, reigned Rep. Howard W. Smith (b-Vft.j, 76-yeftr-old chairman of the committee. Judge Smith practically always has the votes on his 12-man com- mtttee to do what he wants done, or at least not to do what he doesn't want done. It is not true j though that he once burned down I his barn to provide and excuse for his absence. That, Smith contends, was an act of God. They're Old Friends At the other end of the table, 20 feet away with glasses riding! low on his nose, sat his adversary, Rep. Carl Vinson (D-aa.l, 76 • year-old chairman of the Armed Services Committee, Unlike Smith, whose committee does its voting in secret, Vinson makes all his committee ballots in public. He can a/ford to. He has never,been known to lose. Now, Vinson and Smith are old friends. On most vital issues, like disenchantment with the Supreme Court, they see eye to eye. Vinson Is a. southern conservative, a term which falls considerably short of doing justice to Smith. Smith considers spending, as applied to the federal government an ugly word. Vinson agrees, but does make exceptions, as for vital purposes like the national defense and the welfare of the 8th District of Georgia. Don't Throu- Away Key You may have read' about the government's "backdoor spending' 1 and judge Smith's efforts to curb it. Defining backdoor spending, it develops, is difficult. One definition emerging is that back- of Amevlcftfl Intensity truck tonnAfe Iftiit week was 12 per cent greater than a year ago, the American Trucking Agsn. discloied, Th« imtef was the first of A «eHs« ot weekly reports covering 438 truck' ter» WALL, PAPER . See Imperial New Style WA»(iiblA 118 S, JIUAMTA HUBBAKD A1.DINB PRICE Caldwell's W. M. "WIMP¥" WINDOW WINNIE THOMUN DOKOTHV HISB BENEVA ANN HILL PATBIC1A WILLIS A Tribute To Our Co-Workers CHARLIE RUFF Piano Sales— Service SIRS DOYCE SHELTON Head ol Record Dept. MI88 PAT CALDWELk Head of Sheet Music Wept. U)DIS TARFLEY BILL T Z' T4BPLEV TARPLEYS Music Company 1 IS N. Cuyler Pampq's Complete. Music Store MO 4-4251 BARBARA ANN SLATE ANNA JEAN GRAHAM ELLEN FETTERHOFP SALLY HEGWER C'HASTAIN CHRISTINE RKED OOENE REEU SUSIE CROSS BAKiU&A GKAHAM SH1KLKY THOMAS BOBBIE w JACK HEGHEB Caldwell's Charcoal Burger 1534 N. Hobart Caldwell's Drive Inn 220 N. Hobart

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