CURIAL OF AIRMEN DELAYED TO APPEASE VISITOR MIKOYAN (UPl) -* Post-iufy honor* in the cemetery juit sertpt em Soviet Deputy Pr«mier, acro»i the Potomac from """ Ananias I. Mikoyan: ~ &Uf1ft£ Mlkoyan'il Visit hire, thi State Department intervened td scuttle Alf Fofce plans to con- duet internationally meaningful services in Arllnft6ft Na- Seitz Maintains His Standing In Alpha Chi Group Slit Yeaf THE PAMPA OAfLf SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1950 it Area Students Are Initiates tioryal Cemetery. The bodies were was Jan. is. That was the day Mikoyan met with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to be told of angry American ment. The Air Force proponed Jan. 19 only informally and did not presi the matter when the CANYON (••••')-. two area atu-1 daughter »f Mf, and Mi*. & CANYON (Spl) — Wendell! dents will be initiated into Mary 8, iflnfle, 8148 N. Bumiw, against thi burial plan ed thi Jan. 18 burlAlff, and that,Seitz, Mobeetie junior, is main-'Hudspeth honorary society fof! Mtn »»*»*«« w1w* <* and insisted that the funerals be the State Department counselled •; tafnlng standing in Alpha Ch I j freshmen' and sophomores at We»t ! mtl ' postponed until Mlkoyafi had left:afainAt that date, The depart*;honor society at West Texas State'Texas State College Wednesday. •HO me yirai.|/v«icu uum iTunu^eiH »mu iKn.M-gH.iHnu uiai uHie. me uepari- nonor nouieiy HI VVGSL i e.xas »iaie Texas Stale College Wednesday. '1987 ffradUS :retary th» United State*. » ment 1 * poslllon was lhat the tape College in Canyon. | TO be eligible a student m u 11 School She i to be "The exact words of the Stale | recordings of conversation among Ceremonies honoring new mem- have been on the Dean's honor g n( j M t $ I resent- Department official,'* Davis con--the marauding Russian fighterjbers and those promoted to ftd-ifoll one lime and rank among the freer •opoaedjtlnued, "were: 'There i* a feeling piloW should be made public eo-ivanced membership will be heldjtop five percent In his class". i^^j^^m Diet 1 is the daughter« L, c. O'Hetl, Wht unidentified. stat « Department objected. DAKRELt, KtSSEG .i.buyg Pumley's Kissee, New Ford Dealer Erwln Pursley has announced the gale of Pursley Motor Company to Darrelt Kissee and Wayman Jack- Son of Miami, Okla. The sale became effective Thursday and the eatablishmenl opened as the Kia- They were two of the crew of the U.S, Air Force C-iao which crashed last autumn in Soviet Armenia. The If.8, government has made public tape recordings of conversations between Soviet fighter pilots during an action in which it Is charged that the Russians deliberately gunned down the unarmed American transport. The date suggested 'by the Air Force for the burials with mill- Rites Held of Matter Rep, James C. Davis (D-Oa.) told the ule in Georgia three days ago. some of the things Davis told his home folks In Georgia were these; "if held then (Jan. 16) this would have demonstrated to Mi- koyan the seriousness with whirh the American people took the shooting Incident and their unflinching' desire for the return of the other men, dead or alive." He said the State Department in the department that there incident with the bvlrials for,Sunday, Approximately 50 stu-| Those eligible were: Evelyn ion. 1 per cent of the junior and senior ! Stevens, White Deer. WOUld have been unfavorable at-jmaxlmum impact on public opin-'dents, representing the upper ten'Coffee, Pampa: and Peggy O'Neal tendant publicity, Mikoyan's atti- •-*• —- -•--* -• *<•* '•-•-•- --> —-.— -. _ .. tude might have considerably hardened.' "Because of the appeasing atti- State desired to postpone release classes will be given recognition of the tape until both Dulles and'and awarded "shingles," or certlf- Miss Coffee, who Is a freshman English major, is a IftM graduate Vice President Richard M. Nixon licates of membership. The pro- of Pampa High School She is the tude Of the State Department and! had challenged Mikoyan On the! gram will be at 4 p.m. in Cousins ^ —— Ih* apparent lack of courage onhncident and after Mtkoynn had;Hall ballroom, and friends and joring. the part of the Department of the j reported to the Kremlin on those ! families of members are invited: Seltz, son of Mrs. Alma Sell?., Is Air Force in this matter, another j conversations. to attend. majoring in Physics. He is a Instance of appeasement goes into) Eleven members of the crew of Members will be given t h e 1 rj member of Epsil'on Beta, m e n's the already long and craven ree- the lost airplane still are un-jcertificates by the heads of de-; s ocial club- former member of ord of attempts to appease the unappeasable." accounted for. The Kremlin deniesIpartmenls In which each is ma*.Mary E. Hudspelh, honor society knowledge and responsibility; says •ee Ford Company. Kissee and his partner have bought all the buildings and properly of the former Pursley Motor Company as well fts all Chrysler equipment and .parts. The company will continue to service Chryslers and will now service all makes of Fords, according to KIs- Funeral services for Mr. W 11- Ilam M. Kemp, former manager of the Kell Ranch, were held Salur- day In Plainview. Mr. Kemp died Friday in Platnvlcw Hospital. Born on Oct. 15, 1887 in Marion County, Ky., Mr. Kemp moved to Texas early in life. On Feb. 20, 1912, he married Catherine Annette Hendrich in Wichita Falls. He was manager of the K e 11 Ranch, north of Pampa, for 15 years before moving to Hale Coun- See. Kissee, 37. has been In the Car business 11 years with t h e ty. From 19-10 to 1055, he farmed in Ford, Lincoln, Mercury and Edsel i the Ellen Community, southeast of line in Miami, Okla., and a Ford j Plainview. moving to Platnview agency in Claremore. j five years ago. He will move his family to Pam-! He is survived by his wife Cath- pa after March 1. Kissee and his'erine and his daughter Kathryn of Wife, Vera, have three children;! Plainview, three sons, Marshall Mary Elizabeth, 2</i; Darrell Eu- of Plainview, Clarence of 13; and Ronnie, 11. His partii?r, 34, will remain in Okla- Amarillo and Albert of Pampa; one brother, Osoar; and one sis- homa, ter, Mrs. Henry Harmon, both of Tho new dealer said he w i 11 i Lebanon, Ky.', and 11 grandchll- make no changes in personnel. i dren. Gambler Costello No Longer Citizen NEW YORK (UPIl — Gambler Frank Costello, 68, was stripped of his American citizenship by Federal Court order. The ailing- gambler Is currently In Lcavenworth serving a five- year prison sentence for tax evasion. Federal Judge Archie O. Dawson held that Costello had willfully misrepresented and concealed material facts" in obtaining citizenship Sept. 10, ..1925. The government claimed that Costello became a citizen fraudii-1 lently by concealing his bootleg- i PERFECT PET-Resting on his master's forehead, tiger swallowtail butterfly proves the perfect pet for Denny Collier, , 5, of Yakima, Wash. It's neat, quiet and thoroughly domesti" j cated. Denny raised it from a I caterpillar he found last fall. ging operations and a 1915 conviction for carrying a concealed weapon. The action by the court today paves the way for the government to proceed with Its deportation plans. Costello, after his tax evasion conviction, • had volun leered to leave for Italy If the government would drop its prosecution. His offer wag refused and his denaturallzatlon trial began early in January, The first denaturalization trial for Costello late in 1953 was tossed out by the court on the grounds of "tainted evidence"- the al-' leged use of illegal wiretaps by the prosecution. The government appealed and the Supreme Court early in 1S&8 reversed on a technicality the dismissal of the action and remanded it back for another trial. ; Aast. U.3. Ally. Morion S. Rob-' son, during the second trial, in-, troduced evidence that Costello, I during th« prohibition era, had an extensive rum-running career at the very time he had sworn to uphold the Constitution. j . i Shupp Serving In Far East i FAR KAST (Spil — Arthur W.' ! Shupp, engineman third class,! USN, and son of Arthur Shupp of j 313 Doyle, is serving aboard the tank landing ship U88 DeK a 1 b County which departed the West Coast Jan. 19 for a five • month tour Of duty with the U.S. Seventh Fleet in the Far East. While with the Heat the DeKalb County will operate as a unit of Amphibious Squadron Seven. Beer production of the United States amounts to 37.8 per cent of the world total. HANDOUT—"Forty" the porcupine, iltboufb wUd. «sp«Mid» refuUrYy to chow c»U by D«wey Spin»». who Uv«« »top 8 000-fQPt Casper Mo.unujin. near Cesp«r, Wyo. Wfa«o fcwvy winter snow* make foraging difficult lor »ukn»U they *u*ow lb»y cm «Iw»>'» ytl » handout »t tht Spines hom«. C«Mtoa»*ri of "Spiwes' Restaurant" include deer, porcupines, squirrels, «bblU »nd various kinds of birds. Storekeepers la C»sper b*lp out with trucklouds of past-taeir-pruni vejeUbles, *t»l« • ' ftfa*r State Department officials ac> the United States is lying about,ably passive about the knowledged to United Pre»* Inter- 1 the ta.pes. Public opinion in the'shocklng business. Just , national that the Air Force want-! United Stales has been remark-! more missing or dead Americans! I allies. :for freshmen and sophomores. He whole was recently named to Who's Who some;in American Colleges and Univer- L 9TEAM BATHS and TfrtkJsH BAfHI SWfcfiftfSH MA98AOB Eliminate* Potion Recommended tar . POOR CIRCULATION RHEUMATISM ARTttntTtS-NKURWlS LUMBAGO LUCILLE'S BATH CLINIC 1520 Alcock MO S-441J op :s Dunlap's gives full credit to our employees for an outstanding job, and feel that sales people either make or break their department. Here are the employees of whom we are so proud. We are very proud thai each person has been nominated as the most friendly employee in Pampa. Shoe Department Street Floor Tills Staff Headed by Bob Miller Offers Vou These Famous Brandt Sandier of Boston Life Stride Vlra Vogue Glamour Deb Busier Brown Alexis Dress Up« BOB MILLER We.vcnburg Jarman Pedwln JERRY COLE JOYCE COLE JANE SCOTT BOBBY .TOHXSOV Dunlap's Courteous and Efficient Office Staff Joyce Cole-~pff ice Manager See any one of these gir]s about opening an accounl with Jane bCOtt—Head Bookkeeper Dunlap's The girls are always happy to help you in any DODby Johnson—Credit Manager possible way. We are proud of our office staff. Ladiss Hats Ladles Shop, 3rd Floor Mrs. Dora Thomasson ha.s the most beautiful collec- tion of Spring HaU In the, Fan- handle. —by Mr. John and others DORA THOMASSOH OTTO RICK JOHN BROCKMIER RON'XtE PAY.VB F.t.OISF, KITTO Our Men's (Friendly Men's Wear) Staff Dunlap's is proud to have these men in Dunlap's Friendly Men's Wear. They are specialists in their field and have the finest in Men's wear to show you. SOME OF Ol'R FAMOUS BRANDS Suits by Kuppenhelmer, Kings- ridge, Botany 500, Marx Hags, Shirts by Arrow, Jayson, Norris casual, Mr. EUd. Children's Department Our Children's Department Is ''mothered' 1 by Mrs. Winni* Flowers. You will find that Mrs. Flowers has the newest in Spring finer^' by Kate Green- away, Shirey, Ship N' Shore and Prissy Miss. Be sure to sea this department - 3rd Floor _ Children's Wear. Slacks by Kiippenheimer, Kings- ridge, Botany SOO. Haggiir. Ties ' ' •• '- •-• DOBBS STETSON HATS Lingerie Department . . . Headed by Mr* Joe Krej. Featuring the very latest lingerie t>y Vanity Fair, Shrank, Foundations, by Formfit, Uossard! (JKKTIK SHAW SADA HENSHAW On Our Mezzanine . . . Hi it- you'll fnul the pieco gx>o,is department managed by Mrs. SnrU Rrnxhaw. There are fabrics by Stoffels, Bates, ABC and many other fine ym<i goods . . , Here also you will find the house wures headt-a by Mrs. Gertie Shaw. Yuu will see tile finest in this department. WINNIE FIX3VVEKS WHS. JOK1. KlfKL. ALPHA "Mill H" BRADLEY VI Bl'KflES* MABIK EU4t HRJ.IiM O' XK4I. Duulap's T4llur Shop Staff These yirls ar» proud of th« work they turn out, »te»m-pre»»ed and ready to wear. Alterations are tl-ways Fret tt DunUp'i. ORl'H/i MELTOW Our Ready«To-Wear Deportment This is one of our outstanding dupdrinu-nls in tliis fine store. It is managed by J4ff. Alpha Bradley. You'll find s,ome of the best lines of ready-to-wear heve; like Rothmor*, Mr. .Mort, Geut-gia Bullock. Bobbie Brooks. MeShure, Ship N 1 Shore, Nrily Don many imjiorted linos.
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