Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 43
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Ccharter members../) (Courtesy ft Anderson, Sulims Piumfc- and Heating; June Akin, Wool-th's; Ida Adams, Fabric Mart. IjJ. L. Burton, Santa Fe Ticket flee; Preston Bailey, Police De- ffu-tment; Homer Bowers, City Office; W. H. Burnett, Inv It Barbershop; James Bftltd, ft Lassie dhildrena Shop; Bell, V. A. Gary's Of* ffice; Kay Baker, Malone Pharmacy; Theda Bass, Anthony's; Jack Blum, Borden's Dairy Products; John Brewer, Brooks E-lee- trlc; Robert BofiSel, Radcllff Supply Company; S. E, Beavers, City of Pampa; Jerry Bruce, Moore'a Beauty Salon; Lee Brown, Holmes Conoco Service Station; R. L. JBurkhart, Police Department; Ma- VIS Rybee, Sears • Roebuck; Besl!fl Bales, B&ntley's: Etta Barkeit, Motor Inn; Mena Benham, Baker School; Don Bird, Smith's; David Bronner, Service Liquor; W. B. Burden, Dunlap's; Ray Brownlmr, Afin Keese, Southwestern Public Service Company; Marion kear, Woolworth's; Graca king, Pampa clime. Bill Lanfford, Ideal No. 5; Wll- ma LogAn, PHrst National Bank; Royce Logan, Highway patrol; Jatnes Lee, ARA; Mrs. Raymond Lash, Highland General Hospital; Lyons, Bouler Not Worried About 1 Harvard Trained Opponent fHE PAMPA CAlLf NEWS SUNDAY, FESfOJAK? 22, 1059 CHICAGO rUPl) MathlaS said, "they know more about me ern. (Paddy) Bauler, pudgy remnant than 1 know myself." of a vanishing political breed, Fisher, 32, an attorney Bauler has represented the 43rd and;I* 1 the City Council Since 1031 ex Ledbetter, Post Office Service Station, Jimmy McClure, Ideal No. 1; Doyle Maddox, Duniap's; Betty Morris, Ideal No. 3; Nadene Morse, Louise's Beauty Shop; Helen Minor, Woolworth's; Edna Maxwell, J. C. Penney; Neva Mackie, Penny's; Tom -McPeak, ideal No. 1; Ronnie Martin, Texas Furniture; Doc Murphy, Highland Service Station; Harold Malone, National Tank Company; Bobby Malone, Hi-Land Drive-in; Lois Maddox, Malone Pharmacy; marshalled his precinct captains grandson of Walter L. Fisher, I cept for one term when he was today aglnst a young challenger j secretary of Interior In President'defeated and served as city col- from, the right side of the tracks, Taft's Cabinet, IS making a de- ! 'ector. The 89-year-old alderman sald-termined campaign to unseat He serves up barrels of beer, "I ain't worried" but he admitted! Hauler i n the Feb. 24 election. promises to fight for lower taxes he was "pretty busy" in his eam-j i n his bus slop-stumping, door- and better garbage removal and pnlgn for reelection from Chlca- bell . ringing campaign the Ivy:puts his chips on his veteran ward go's polyglot 43rd Ward which he i Leaguer has told voters that four! organization which has carried has ruled for nearly three dec- more years of Bauler would de- him to victory time after time. fcdes. str . oy t | 16 ward, i n which grimy oJjuedlabonh)Fishab2aua8Batiler sa Presiding in his "headquarters" slums encroach on posh in his saloon at 403 W. North Coast apartment rows. Gold: "I ain't worried about Fisher," j Bauler said in one of his more Ave., Bauler sniffed at mention Bauler, who doubles as Demo- voluble moments at his 69th birth- Of Francis £>. Fisher, his Har- cratic Ward commltteernan, Is an day celebration Jan. 28. "I ain't vard-tralned opponent. "I don't want to talk Bauler said. I old-style ward boss who operates worried only that none of my pre- about 111 lne tradition of Michael:cinct captains should die before Daniels Motor Company; E. B.'Margaret Miller, Southwestern Bo*man, White Mouse Lumber; luelvln Brewer, Schlltz Ware- .house; Mrs. Leona Broylcs, LeVine's; David Butcher, Montgomery Ward; Roy Bennett, E. M. Keller Trucking Company; Barbara Barberousse, Furr's. Mary Cardell, Highland General Hospital} Etta Crlsler, Tip Top Cleaners; Ruby Crocker, Security Federal; Alice Cox, P e n n e y's; Charlie Cobbs, Electric Supply; W. C. Chapman, Tom Rose Motor Company; Dena. Crocker, Malone Pharmacy; Veta Crocker, Highland General Hospital; Edna Chit- Wood, Miller • Hood Pharmacy; Preston Cox, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company; Jessie Conner, Allen Company; David Cross- Public Service Company; Ollie M. Miller, Highland Genera] Hospital; Mrs. Joe Martin, County Tax Of- (Hinky-Dink) Kenna and "Bath- Paddy was reluctant even to house John" Coughlin, long-time talk about himself. "Read the newspapers, 1 overlords of the roaring 1st Ward. election." If he wins. Paddy can be ex- Sue Snider, White's: Mrs. Ed Schneider, Cabot Offices; "Pinky" pected to reward his captains Like "The Hlnk," who ran the {with an election night victory par- workingman's exchange saloonity. He'll don his black silk hat where the thirsty could buy the and warble "Happy Days Are "biggest schooner of beer in the Here Again" until the beer runs flee; Ernestine Morris, Violet's Grocery; Enoch Taylor, Ideal No. Beauty Shop; Mrs. W. E. Melton, 3; Betty Thomas, First National Shultz Everett Machine Convi worlf ' * of a nlpl<e 'i" Bauler likes low and the aun peeks up over pany;'o. L. Stokes, J. C. Daniels'^ run hls domain ttom his lav-Lake Michigan. Motor Company. Elizabeth Tlllery, Mitchell's Anderson's Western Wear; Mrs. J. C. Mosely, Horace Mann School; Bank; Jay Thomas, Pampa Tent and Awning; Elmer Tomlin, Haw- Bill Mangham, Furr's; Mrs. Lee'kins - Shafer Appliances; Dennis Moore, Gunn Bros. Stamp Store; Alma Meek, Moses; Navada Maddux, Mitchell Grocery. Claude Parks, Kellcy Creamery; Celia Polnax, Cabot Offices; Mamie Perdue, Highland Hospital; Charles Potter, United Supply, Norma Pinard, Your Laundry & Dry Cleaners. Leta Quinn, Zales. Betty Rice, Highland • General Taylor, Anico. Clarence Underwood, McWil- Hams-Moore Service Station. Doty Warner, Post Office; Mary Walker, Police Department; Myron Worden, Pampa Paint and Glass Company; Henderson-Wilson Roland West, No. 2; James Washington, Cabot Shops; Jeff Ward, Buddy's Super Market; W. M. Wlndom, Caldwell's; Carl ropolitan Life; Beulah Reid, Lodge. Joan Sims, Dr, J. B. Veale's Office; Jay Smith, Police Department; Bonnie Slavers, Dunlap's; Osalee Scott, Furr's; Vivian Judy Wells, Hi-Land Chil drens Shop; Dorothy Worden, G&S Garage; Faye WlUlngham, Medical-Surgical Clinic; Leroy Wataon, Ideal No. 3; Ed Wylie, Pampa Public Schoojs; Mabel Walter- Stone, Penney's; Lillie Savage, Ischleld, Highland General Hos j Baker School Cafeteria; Vlrgle Sharp, Levlne's; Sue S n y d e r, While's Auto Store; Rufe Shumate, Furr's; Gordon Shultz, Furr's; pital; Jim White, Behrman's; Bob Wilson, Sherwln Williams; Ruby Wylie, Dun & Bradstreet. Cho Young, Levine's. Hospital; Polly Reeves, Lamar Wright Cltv of Pampa- Margie man, Paul Grossman Appliance Dining Room; W. A. Russell, Met-| Win ton', Highland General H o s- Company; Canara Carruth, Rex •—«-'"«- T "-• tj-..i«v, n.u TTM,._I n Rose Motors; Karen Capps, Pampa Office Supply; Ruby Culpepper, Woolworth's; Ferline C a 1 v e r t, Ideal No. i; Bobby Clark, Ideal No. 2; Bill Cook, United Van Lines; Frodtfie Cody, Ideal No. 3; Larry Cox, Furr's; Mrs, S. B. Cook, Corporation Court; Verda Cooper, Kelly Clinic; Bill Clark, Pampa Tent and Awning; Eddie Carlton, Field's; James Chastain, Holmes Conoco Service Station; Paul Coronis, J. C. Daniels. Glen Day. Motor Inn; Ola Daugherty, WoHoy Hospital; Edna Day, First National Bank; Fern Davvson, Girl Scout Office; Iva Denson, F. A. Gary's Office; Cal! vin DIttmore, Richard Drug; Dixie Davis, Highland Genera.] H o B- pital; L. C. Davis. Pampa Schools; Gene Dalslng, Herman's K-T e x Elation; E. C. Daniels, Police Department; Slim Dennis, Food Center; Irene Richardson, Johnson's Cafe. j Pat Eads, Stephen F. A u s 11 n i School; Bob Edmondson, Tom Rose Motors; Jack Edwards, Ideal No. 1, Norman Elmore, Ideal No. 3; Charlene Ennls, Noblitl-Coffee Pontiac. Jack Fikes, Noblltt-Coffee Pontiac; Don Fox, Malone Pharmacy; B. M. Folger, Stephen F, Austin School; Ernest Foshee, Suttle's Groce.ry and Market; Leroy Fraz- ler, Panhandle Packing; Helen Fowler, Davis Lockers; Louise Frye, Highland General Hospital. Gwen Gray, District Clerk's Office; Lydia Gilchrist, C&M Tele- Vision; Charlie George, Post Office; James Gallemore, Fraser 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 Bui.ld'ng 1 Elevator; Hany Guill, PO Service Station; Artshell Gibion, F'irst National Bank. Dallas Hodges, White's Auto Store; Bertha Huna, Lamar Din- Ing Room; C. R. Howard, Melody Manor; Lessle Holt, Moses; DC- loreg Hudglns, Woolworth's; Ina Husted, Southwestern Bell T e 1 e- phone; Marie Horn, Railroad Commission; Bobble Hall, File Food; Montie Haggard, Sheehan Cleaners; B. F. Hess, Day-Nlte Laundry; R. Howell, Montgomery Ward; Jim Hall, Furr's; Glen Hayes, Cook "Book Bread Company; Nora Heuston, Empire Cafe. Jerry Ing, IGA Food Liner. ; Georgia Jones, Fraser Insurance; Nina Joneg, Woolworth'a; Yvonne Jones, Texas Furniture; M. Jones, Golf Service Station;' Marshall Johnson, Parkway Barbershop; Marlene Johnson, LeVine's. Connia King, Ideal No. 3; Jo IGA FOOD LINER > PROUDLY SALUTES THEIR tENNIE STOUT JALLS OF YARN—Railroader Ed Wilson uses colorful balls of yarn to knit sweaters in Troutdale, Ore. Taught by his wife, Wilson is now sufficiently skillful to shame most females. He sold enough sweaters last year to pay for a vacation for himself, his wife and their four children, Hc!s regularly em- uloyed as a baggageman.. MABIAN" POAKCII JERRY GAGE CARL SEXTON JAMBOREE FIRESTONE PROUDLY PRESENTS: Their Employees Who Serve Pampa Phil's Special for Employees Jamboree Days Is Famous Firestone Tires 670-15 Tube Type Black arid Krcappable Tire White Side Walls and Hecappable Tire KEN WEAVER Ken Has A Special He's Anxious to show you. Ask for it during Jamboree Days Ken's Special 11 -piece set Milanoware Porcelain Over htaliilesi »U'fl with trivet lop*. Reg. 44.95 NOW $29,88 LLOYD JONES THE LOWEST PRICE EVKR OX THIS ITEM FIRESTONE CLOCK RADIO WAS $'".!)•> LOVD BENNETT MIKE WILLIAMS LOUIS KINKEAD NOW M6.88 EASV TKH.MS i'ay Only 75o A \\Vrk WH4T A CLAIM!-D. E. jon«s ot Corsicana, Tex., * |50-a- *eek gas station attendant, claims he found 2',i million dollars in gold in an east Texas Wood. Secret Service agents have ordered Jones to produce th« 86 burs he says he found la f berry patch near Alto. Jones says he's tric-d l to |ivt it to. 1 ' 48"*30" Rand McNolly World Map FREE With Purchase of $1 00 or More EMPLOYEE JAMBOREE DAYS ARE BONUS DAYS FOR YOU! COME IN ALL THIS WEEK AND SEE FOR YOURSELF SPECIALS IN NEARLY ALL DEPARTMENTS ALSO GOOD REPOSSESSED MERCHANDISE mu, KI\KI:U) ci.irr COLLINS G. W, LEKMON' AUU:KT JIKKKV ELM Kit I'ISUKK LOUSE HSU EH SAVE EVERY DAY THE IGA WAY ir*$fon* STORES 117 S. CUYLER MO 4-3191 LINER 600 S. CUYLER PH, M§ MM1

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