Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 27, 1959 · Page 2
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 2

Pampa, Texas
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Friday, February 27, 1959
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THE PAMPA.'BAILV NEWS MbAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1959 - "' list Yeaf Spotlight W*flV(iH<t<\al Ross f.. ivifllone. President Association Ma lone Longs For Private Practice \K i^wyev- He h,a* spoken in about ;25 states and Mexico City a.nd plan.' to appear in Alaska and Australia in the V\ear future. Appointed deputy U.S. attorney president o( the. Am.eilefln g ftne va) in 1952. hy ex-President Ssr AssQciftlion likes his wqrk,j(f ninlani Maioiie said his legal lilrt ha ts anxious to get baeK (o ,specially, "if any", is in Uie field hl3 own privflie prac-tice in Ros- nf O p. aru i g as well. N.M. j ..j C0nle f rom that part of the During his term as heart of 'he,country," he explained simply. ABA, Ross L. Malone, 48. has, hart Last year he toured Russia with lime to handle pnl.V one r.a>|. It fl „,:„„,,' ,,f A gA representatives to Involved $100 and was before, a g ej al) understanding of the So- jury for four days. V i e l legal system. He allenrted "Tt voneemed a group of minis-,several trials and came away ter.1 being sued fnt libel hy an- with the impression that the other minister and T think a lot light." of individuals were better of principle was involved/! he than he. had thought, said. ; "However, this was true only iVIalohe, a balding man will > V vhen the government or the Cpm- quick wit, lias been Sitting with; mun j S ( party was not involved in th« New Mexico delegation to the.,| le case." mid-winter meeting of the ABA in Nlalone received a law degree Chicago. He listens intently to .^ ]g . !2 fmm W(lsllinglon anri , jee *very committee icport and ,; nivp| . si , v jn vir-inia and has shakes hands with just about pl ., ( . ti( .. e() - gjn( . e , hen ,„ Roswen everyone passing by. ; a tQW|1 w ,, h ab()U( 35 Qoa pop ,,i n . Malone said he has probably : ( . (>n Dl|lj , 1g . VVoi ., c , VVa| . n , he WM traveled more in the last six fl a , in , emgen ,. e officer and months than in his 26 years as s . )w a( ,, ion |n ,, le baUle of th( '(Philippines. A higlilight of bis ca freer is a case he argued before (lie U.S. Supreme Court in 1951. I The case involved underground ;water rights and he represented :tlie stale of New Mexico, : His wife. Klizabelh, an airlines employe while lie was in the Navy, makes all of his travel ar: rangements and goes with him everywhere. They have no nhil- dien. i "I've enjoyed my work with the sABA," he said, "but it's sure I been Jough on m.V law partners Ballet Had Real Chilly Atmosphere By AMNK MOSBV IJnlled Press MOSCOW (Upli The ballet •/as "Romeo and Juliet" hi|t ihe -tmosphere was so chilly fhat Ni- Ifa Khrushchev and Hnrold Mac- rtillan mi^ht have been watching frozen "Swan Lake." The fjritiith prims minister and ^g, • l ie Soviet premier stared straight, head through Wednesday nightV erforronnre, looking only al the lined Bols'ipi dancers and ex> hanging no remarks. They so completely ignored -arh oilier that Knnislu-hev W as, •• bsent frqni their red velvet-: -raped box for an entire scene. | Khrushchev also left the box be-j <->re MacmlUan did at each of the; •'iree liilermi.s«i(iiia, leaving his| npst applauding by himself. Macmillan and other Britons' -resent were popular with the 'tissian audience which craned .« necks to see the visitors. At •'IP end of the performance in the • ill-encrusted theater the audi- ••nce stood and applauded Mac; iillsn. Macmillan smiled, waved, and finally according' to Russian ira- < ition but with hesitant British re- arve. applauded the audience. The evening began plftasautly •rioiigh. The Russians roiled oul red carpet in fiorit of the tha- ler in the hearl of the city and . tacmillan. Khrushchev and their j'ftreijfn ministers, Selvvyn FJoyd nd Andrei Gromyko, were led 10 -. large box in the center. The audience in the 150-yeai -old theater rose and applauded for -evaral minutes while Macmillan <nd Khrushchev waved and ; miled. The oichestra played the national anthem* of both countries. I'll be glad to get back." Try A Classified FREE $2,00 ORDER TO THE FOLLOWING LUCKY PHONE NUMBERS 9-9412 4-3980 IF THIS IS YOUR PHONE NUMBER CALL MO 9-9212 And Your Order Will Be Waiting At Caldweirs CHARCOAL BURGER 1534 N. HOBART GrW COOPER MARIA 8CHELL- MAIDEN ^ v Hanging IVe* OPEN Week Days 1:45 Sulunlav ,V Suixlii.V K'Mft NO w TUB 1 1 .SATURDAY Great Plains Premiere A I -SO t'arltMin W( * AdulU STARTS SUNDAY "THE PICTUR1 WITH 287 CERTIFIED LAUGHS" A (iuutt »t Your Vwt\» T r A Now thru • \ » . i f,t*tHnit,4t i in JliJIiiiftMrTJliL- Saturdoy BIG DOUBLE FEATURE |,KW!8 V*. 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