Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 44
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 44

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 22, 1959
Page 44
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(t t( SMttttM, M<iatan <UPt>-l (J*R CHy'-poHea said" Friday they were' J__!l ffwtrsssing in th«;f drive to cleat- 'ttofichi'4 streets of beggar*. The netted 258 bes^ars the last week of January, said. THE PAMPA UA1LV NEWS! SUNDAY, IMftUARY 22, 1959 Mai. Yew the world's largest Calla iily) field — containing more than 28 mi'cs of sprinkler pipes -- is lo- -«ated at the base of San Bruno JlountMn E;UUI cf San Francisco, according to the San Francisco ;- of Commerce. Medals Proposed For All Space Committee Members Br the ttoxtse Space Committee wa all about weather reports frorr our new satellite. There was WASHINGTON (UP!)-- Talk in heavy cloud cover outside at th ELEAiEfc Press tnternntiottaF EAST MEETS EAST—Tn Peiping, Red China's 'Communist party boss Mao Tse-tung, right, greets Prime Minister Otto Grotewohl of the German Democratic Republic (Communist East Germany). Grotewohl, heading an East German government delegation, arrived in the Chinese capital on an official visit. time 7 but the stuff that seemed ttf hang so heavy over the committee table .was fog. "We're a little confused this morning," said committee Chairman Overtoil Brooks (D-LA.) in calling the meeting to order. Although other interpretations were bandied about by some observers! present, what Brooks really meant was that the committee had trouble finding a. place to sit Space, of its own, is one thing " Redhead Takes Command Of Lady Marines Personality Sptilllgltf tinned Fre**' International fan Marines art capable of filling 1.43 of these, ranting from stew- graphic work to jet engine main- Lf. Col., Women Marines Command of the Women Marines will pass on March 1 to a red-haired, hazel-eyed officer who says the lady Leathernecks' value 'iafl been proved "beyond question" in their 16-year history. She is Lt.'Col. Margaret M. Henderson, who will succeed Col. Julia B. Hamblet as director of space, of its own, is one thing!!!? 6 Women Mari " c «- She will get the Space Committee lacks. It got going; finally, 13 minutes late, in a hearing i-oom borrowed from the House Veterans Committee. Hagen First Wltttenn the eagles of a full colonel. Miss Henderson is 48. She joined the Marines in 1943 at the age of 32 after teaching school in Lubbock, Tex., for 11 years. She savs When the Women Marines' new boas has a chance, her chief hobby is cooking from new recipes. The 5 foot 8'i iiich colonel was born in Cam'eron, Tex., graduated from high school at Kennedy, fex.r in 1928 and from the University of Texas in 1932. She was commissioned in the Marine Reserves in June, 1843 j after training at Mt. Holyoke, Mass. In World War TT, she instructed woman Marines at d'amp iLeJeime, N.C., and severed as officer in charge of the Business School, Marine Corps Institute, Washington. She went back to school teach- { iing after the war for two arid one: ^alf years and then rejoined the' i Marines. i i Miss Henderson's parents are! !Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Henderson 'of 2120 20th St., Lubbock. RING AROUND RUSSlA—While debate goes on in Washington as to whether Russia or the U.S. leads in development of an intercontinental ballistic missile, the Pentagon has revealed its strategy for using "hardware" now on hartd, Newsmap above shows where the military hopes to place" 1,500-fflile Thor and Jupiter bases in Europe. Bases in several of the nations depend on working out of agreements. GOOD BUSINESS By Edgar A. Guest If I possessed a shop or store, I'd drive the grouches off my floor! I'd ncvp- let some gloomy guy . OTfend the folks who come to buy; I'd never keep a boy or clerk . . . With mental' toothache at his 'work, Nor let a man who draws my pay Drive customers of mine away. I'd treat the man who takes my time Anil spends a nickel or a dime With courtesy, and make him feel, That I was pleased to close the deal, Bstr.use tor.iorrcv/. v/ho can tell, K3 may want sturf I have to sell And in that ca.<:e, then glad he'll be To spend his dollars all with me. The reason people pass one door To patronize another store. Is not because the busier place Has better silks, or gloves, or lace, Or special prices, but it lies In pleasant words and smiling eyes; The only difference, I believe. Is in the treatment folks receive! LEWIS B. HACKLEV HACKLEY KALl'II ALEXANDER TIM-CITY OFFICE SUPPLY 113 W. Kingsmill MO 5-5140 the Vanguard project, witness, along with Dr. Abe Silverstein, one of his helpers. In prepared statements, they old the committee what newspa- Der readers already knew: We have sent up a new'20-inch satel- ite equipped with rudimentary yes that look down and spot clouds. What they see .is commit ed to tap c and broadcast to Hs- ening stations. The satellite, they said, is the irst of a series with many re- inements to come. Eventually his will mean better weather orecasts. The key word here was ventually. But committee mem- ers Wednesday weren't inclined to split hairs. i 1'roposes Medal* ; Brooks proposed medals for everybody concerned. Members took turns praising first Hagen and Silverstein, who achieved the successful launching after a series of Vanguard failures. Then Rep. John W. Mc'Cormack (D-Mass.l, former committee chairman, came in for lavish credit. Last year's Republican flop, it appeared, had become this year's Democratic success, That out of the way, then came the questions; Brooks; "Have you received any pictures of cloud coverage so far?" Silverstein: "Some data hasi been received. . . Brooks: "VVhen will the pictures be available?" Silverstein: "If all goes well, within the next several days." Brooks: "Then the weather bureau can go to work on it at once in improving its weather /ore- casts?" First Step Silverstein (squirming); "Well., this is just a first step. . ." Rep. James G. Fulton (R-Pa.): "Could this equipment spot a nuclear explosion anywhere in the world?' Hagen: do, Miss Henderson said she could think of no better way to render i service than to join the newly organized Women Marines and "time has not changed that conviction." Col. Heoderson says with pride that the Marines have 2,343 occupational specialties and that Worn PAMPA GLASS & PAINT 1431 N. Hobart Wants You To Meet Their Employees MYRON" WARDEN IMngr. 5SANK HALL Bookkeeper, Sales "I think anything of sufficient magnitude and' different coefficient might be spotted. . ." Fulton; "Then we don't need any inspection agreement with Rusia because we have the equipment to detect it and they don't. ]s that, right?" Hagen (with raised eyebrow and emphasis on the second word); "It could be true, yes sir." Rep. James M. Quigley (D- Pa.); "Is there a Mrs. Hagen?" Hagen: "Yes sir." Quigley: "Then I'd like to pay tribute to her." GARBAGE GARB — Striped pants, jtormal coat, white gloves and bowler comprise attire of the well-dressed English garbage man these days. Gimmick demonstrated in Woking, Surrey, is new refuse can which can be emptied without fuss or muss. CECIL EDWARDS Linoleum Mech. LAVELL JONES Linoluem Mech. I'F/TK COLE Salesman PA<;E BOY SITES MADISON, Wis. (UPI) — David Blanchard, Republican floor lead- r in the Wisconsin Assembly, has charged that the Democrats have •ecruited the cApitol page boys as spies. "When you see a page around, lon't talk," he advised GOP col- eagtjes. Pampa Hardware Co. 120 N. Cuyler In Pampa Since 1926 SALUTES THEIR EMPLOYEES 4-2451 TKAVIS LIVELY Co-Owner Hardware • China & Cutlery Gift Wares • Toys • Sporting Goods CONEY ISLAND CAFE 114 W. FOSTER TIUVIS LIVELY, JU. SWS. MAXLNE ETHKIUUE AWS.

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