Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 38
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9-2 PAUPA DAILY NEWS SUMDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1959 51st Year MARRffcS ALftfcft NSW irO&K (DPI) - Portland Widow of comedian Fred 1 artd advertising ftifves ^rfe married <;sy'al St. Matacnys Roman Cain- 'He (Jhlirch. The couple had been Mends fofr iriany ye>ar*. Rlnes' ', 'rife died shortly after Allen in 1§88. i otJTBREAK KASSKL, Germany (UPIi- Health Authorities today reported that IS persons in the nearby village of Rhoden hnve contracted i typhoid and urged all other resi-i dents to be immunized immediately. First taxicab began operation in Ne\v York City in 1897 and was an electric auto. Cecil Has Lincoln's Devotion To Justice personality Sjmtflgtit, Press 1L CKCtt, to Sixth t'. R. Circuit Court of Lr.ster L. Cecil, 65. President Kispnhowcr's nominee to the Sixth U, S. Court of Appeals in rinrin- nati. has Hint devotion to the ntitu'iplp of justice characteristic of Lincoln, of whom he is an ardent scholar. Tall, stocky flnrl soft - spoken, .Turtle Cecil's zeal for his profession has not been dimmed by half n lifetime of presiding over a court. When told of his nomination Wednesday, he quietly commented. "1 love the law." POPULATION'' HP " PARIS (tTPI) - .. Figures released by the National Institute of Statistics today reported that the population of the city of Paris reached 3,020,000 on Jan. 1. The population of greater Paris was set at around 8 million. GIFT TO SMITHSONIAN—Full-size Jupitcr-C missile stands in front of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. The 70-foot rocket, which will be on permanent display, was niven to the museum by the Army. Presentation commemorates the first anniversary of the launching of Explorer I on Jan. 31, 1958, the free world's first earth satellite. The English Constitution is unwritten but strong through tradition. It is democratic, yet there is a House of Lords which holds office by right of birth. Parliament, begun as a king's council consisting chiefly of lords and bishops, has changed over the j-ears to give the power to the House of Commons. The p r e s c n t-duy House of Lords cannot vote on money bills, but it can hold up other legislation for two years though it rarely docs. yi-lojiciiia Britannica Hawkins-Shafer Appliances Point Wlfh Pride To All Their "Hands" JOE HAWKINS Partner CAUL W. SHAFKB Partner DAVJIJ CAUMVEU. Salesman GEOK(iK (O.N\ KKSK Ser\ice 2-Way Radio Controlled Service Trucks For Our Customers BILL A.NDKHSON MAPLE8 Service J)AKHKI.L fclKBIE Service MAYTAG-HOTPOINT-TAPPAN Hawkins-Shafer Appliances President . Eisenhower has often said he prefers experienced judges for the federal courts. Made t«Yw Knemles I Judge Cecil has had a third of j a century's experience as a judge i beginning: with his election to ! Dayton, Ohio's Municipal Court in 1925. •• During: his 33 years on city, county and federal benches Judge : Cecil has made few enemies and .ha? won a reputation as a "law- 'yers' Judge." He can't recall having heard himself classified "con- iservative" or "liberal," and he '.says,he hasn't "the slightest idea" : which term would best describe him. For nearly 25 years he presided o v e r the Montgomery County i Common Pleas Court, sitting in I Dayton. ; From this obscure post. President Elsenhower elevated him to the federal district court in Dayton three, months after the President entered the White House. Cases Chnnije Almost overnight. Cecil saw the cases before him change from minor criminal charges to constitutional issues. Such an Issue was that of Dayton, union leader Melvin F, Hupman, accused of falsely signing a non - Communist affidavit. The trial took four weeks. It resulted in a hung jury. Cecil says in this and in every lease he trie?, he is guided by one (principle: "1 try to follow the ilnw." , "My approach to a case has al- iways been that of a lawyer," he 'says. "I won't change now." MAKING LIKE A SUBMARINE his 1 1-foot device move, framed like a sub, dives like a sub and sounds like a sub It's a new other sub tot training purposes. §41 Foittr MO 44341 PONY TALE-Horse's tail, hanging from a silver ball, marks a barbershop in Zurich, i Switzerland. Barbers in this I part ot Europe commonly used j these tails a century ago, but I the sight is uncommon today. The Pampa Chamber of Commerce SALUTES IT'S EMPLOYEES E. 0. "RED" WKDOEWORTH General Manager Serving You ... ancf Helping to Make Pompa A Better Town and Community MKS. KI.OISK IJ Hddkkcpi-r & Office .Malinger AlKS. AlAKiJAKKT .MC'LKOU 31 K.S,AKI.KXK .MATH K W'S C'orrcwponding Secretary The Pampo Chamber of Commerce Box 1942 -Office In City Hall- DIAL MO 4-3241 MOORES BEAUTY SHOP is PROUD TO SALUTE K UOSfcM.UU Tl.NSl.iCV because ... we belive we have one of the finest beauty staffs in this area and because we want you to come in and meet them at, . . "Wl tlU DOM1AM MOORES I I I

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