Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 1, 1959 · Page 4
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 4

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, March 1, 1959
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'tft 4 IHfifrAMWL SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1959 Views Business ORPlttJS ... of McLean JERKY GOLDSTON • i . of McLean 11 Calf Catchers In Stock Show Here Eleven boys who caught calves j Cliff and Edna Vincent, Lefors, at the Top O 1 Texas Rodeo Calf j donor; David Young, Canadian, Scramble last. August will bring. winner, their prize catches to the Stock! John Sims, Pampa, donor; Billy Show this week where they will bejBarnett, Panhandle, winner. competing against other scramble j Frank M. Carter, Pampa, don- calves for top prize money. ior; Orphus Tate, McLean, winner. The Pampa Chamber of Com-' Billy Davis, Pampa, donor; merce is offering cash prizes of Stocky Lamberson, Groom,., win$15, S12, $10, $7, So, $4, for first jner. place through 6th. The calves will] J. S. Morse, McLean, d o n o r; be sold at public auction on/, Tim my Hudson, Groom, winner. Wednesday morning March •! at Goat Mayor, petrolia, d 6 n o r; 9 a.m. | George Thompson, Pampa, winner. These scramble calves were! • --------------donated for the 1958 Rodeo by the.'yl C*»A«M following prominent -ranchers or !|||r£P I IV HI ** STOCKY LAMBERTSON ... of Groom TRV HALTING CONTUSION LONDON <upi) — TWO Lords | Russell — , the earl, philosopher Bertrand Russell, and the baron, former government official Edward Russell — wrote a joint letter to the Times of London today 16 explain which Is which. "In order to discourage confusions which have been constantly; recurring, we beg herewith to ! state that neither of us is the other,",the Russells wrote. tlnilect l»ffiM Crude oil Imports I ant week averaged $,146,300 barrels daily— ft sharp increase over the previous week and just a little below the all-lime record. The increase came As the industry awaited announcement of a neW oil imports program, expected to impose mandatory controls. New securities offerings by manufacturing firms fell sharply' In the final quarter last year! despite the increase in general; business, the Securities & fix-! change Commission reported. Re-j duced spending for expansion played a key role in the decline, j Radio Coporatlon of America, largest electronics manufacturer, i reported fourth quart! carnlnf3| rbSS I per cent oVe? a yeaf agflj on a 6 per cent mcease irt sales. I the Jhteases reflected general j improvement in the national economy, according to RCA officials. Retail trade In the holiday ended Wednesday ran. 4 to 8 per cent ahead of 'the similar .1948 week a.S shoppers Stepped up buy-i ing of spring apparel, furniture' ftnd hotisewsres. Sales of new passenger cars rfise apaln and substantial year * to - year gains Were maintained. Franklin Pierce was U.S. president when the Republican parly was founded at a meeting in Ri- jpon, Wis., Fed. 28, 1854. Watches * Clocks Repaired • All Work Guaranteed • 40 Years' Experlince • Day And Night Service • Get Better Work for L4SI All \VntrhM Cher-keel on Latest Klentronlc Equipment ROY HARPER 009 N. Russell MO 9-9276 RARE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MEN OR WOMEN Ing Inventory. All aceountf estnbllshed by us In your area. NO WARKHOtJSM FACILITIES — NO KXPKIIIENCE NECKS- HAHY. (We train you.) CASH JN'COMK STARTS Immediately. UNLIMITED POTENTIAL A prodtiet of the World Famous Wnltham \Vtttch Sftrvlclnir our Weautlful Display Cnse* In Drug, Food, Hardware and Appliance Stores* Including numerlous other outlets — collecting; for merchandise purchased ati<1 replenish- Company. Jfo knowledge of the walrh or clock Industry Applicants that. can qualify are being- appointed as I^ocnl Distributor*. Must l>e responsible, permanent resident, hftvu use of a far, devote at least ii hours weekly to this dy- Time Industries, 170 West 74th St., Now York 23, N. Y. fiamlo merphftndlfdner plan, referances n"d IUCB.OO canh available. Immediately, projected by our repurchase of (Inventory and Bonus Plan. Applicant will he accepted after a locnl personal Interview with a. Company Executive. Write today giving name address", phone number and background. Kindly do not apply unlesc you can meet all requirements. t< JIMMY HUDSON ... of Groom this area. The following list chides the donor as well as winner o ""Sr SSISS, ' • in- the f%.,££ BUTl !gt. Dillon, Marine Recruiter To Interview Here Wednesday CANYON (Spn — Three coeds from the Pampa area are among Pomnn Hnnnr-i 23 pledges of Buffalo Gals, serv- Billy Tidwell, pkm Hinn^ ° * >^rgan i ,aUon at West Texas Bob Andls! Pampa, donor; j.: State College. \V, Henderson, Pampa, winner. Buck Miller, Pampa, donor; Jerry Goldston, McLean, winner. Joe Franklin, Pampa, donor; Sgt Z. L. Dillon Jr., Marine Corps Recruiting Sergeant will be In.Pampa this Wednesday to in- t2rview applicants for enlistment '•I the U.S. Marine Corps. Sgt. Dillon will be located in the basement of the Post Office while in -'ampa, Sgt. Dillon stated that the' Ma- 'rtne Corps is currently offering 'the "120 day delayed enlistment" ! program for'High School Senior 1 men and others who want to I until summer before joining. Under this program the young man may enlist in the Marine Corps jwlth the agreement to gp on active Iduty within 120 days. The- choice .being up to the man as to when he wants to enlist within the 120 clays. \VhiIe the man is actually in the Marine Corps, he has no meetings or drills to attend, yet his time counts toward his longevity pay. " Young men who may be Interested in contacting Sergeant Dillon while he 4a in Pampa,may, touch-wlth•hfrh'at"the Post Office between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Wednesday. Bill Herron, McLean, winner. BABY CAUSES MISTRIAL Glynda Northcott and J a n 1 s Dunnam of Lefors and Sandra Walsh of Pampa with other pledges will be formally initiated into the organization within a few weeks during a formal ceremony, i Miss Dunnam, daughter of Mr. i GREENSBORO, N.C. (PI)—A and Mrs. Alfred Dunnam of Lei shoplifting case against Mrs. Ellz->'••". is a " English major. She is 'abeth R. Bell, 43, was declared \ treasurer of Buffalo Masquers, a a mistrial Friday because a key! dramatic organization. defense witne'ss, Mrs. Bell'si Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thorn- 'daughter, gave birth to a baby on 'as V. Northrott of Lefors, Glynda, the eve of her appearance as a is a journalism major. She Is a 'witness and a woman Juror fell graduate of Lefors High School. , and injured her ankle. I Sandra Walsh, business educa- I _ \ tion hiajor of Pampa, is the HK LIKES KHKUSH daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ;W. Walsh of 701 East Browning.] BURTON-ON-TRENT, Engla^Miss Walsh is a member of the i (UPI) — Britain's director-general .of civil defense likes. Soviet Premier Niklta Khrushchev. "Whenever ,thlnga,.slcnv up a bit, Khrushchev makes a frightful speech and I get some more mon- ley," he explained. Dhl Omega National Sorority, a member of the Student Senate which Is the student governing body of thei campus, and she Is vice-president of the N e w m a n j Club, Catholic student organlza-' tion. I WILLIAM H HAWN . . . elected to board Coscien Names To Board Of Directors BIG SPRING (Spl) -- William H. Hawn, independent oil producer from Corpus Christ!, has been elected to the Board of Direr-tons of Cosden Petroleum Corporation. He will fill the vacancy created tf the recent death of Leo M. J'Netl. Engaged since 1946 in the exploration, development and p r o- cluction of oil, gas and other minerals, Hawn Is currently active in the oil business as a partner in Hawn Brothers. He formerly served as Secretary-Treasurer and as President of Pratt-Hewitt Oil Corporation, which was acquired by Cofiden in December. Hawn's preparatory education : wag received in the Houston public schools and Allen Military Academy and In 1941 he received a Bachelor of Science degree in geology from the University of Texas. He served in the U.S. Air Force from May, 1942, to November, 1945. Afl active civic leader, Hawn is a member of the Board of Directors of the Corpus Christ! Chamber of Commerce, Boy's City, Inc., Citizens Standard Life Insurance Company, and a menVber of tne Area Development Committee of Corpus Christ!, Mid-Continent Oil & Gas Association, Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Own- erg Association, and Independent Petroleum Association of America. Other members of the Cosden Board of. Directors are: Herbert W. Grifldal, William H. Hayes, A. V. Karcher, Marvin M. Miller, Nelson Phillips, Jr., Thomas I. Sheridan, Jr., and Raymond L. ~Th« »re»t flu epjJ4llJiiic th»t ftruejt England and tJM» Winter hag taken 782 liy«i *o flM 1 , a Health Ministry said. There will be »t«ep ri*e" in the death tbi* weeit end, the spokesman THE TOP O'TEXAS Hereford Breeders And Junior Livestock SHOW & SALE MARCH 2-3-4 ATIONAI BANK MfMBtR FDIC You Are Invited To At.'end The 15fh Annual RECREATION PARK - PROGRAM SUNDAY, MARCH 1 12:00 Noon Completion of woiging J Recreation park. 1:30 p.m. Sifting of fat steers. 1:30 p.m. Sifting of fat pips. .• Livestock at MONDAY, MARCH 2 9:00 a.m. Judging of Swine Division 1:30 p.m. Judging of Calves 7:00 p.m. Top 0' Texas Rodeo Association Junior Exhibitors' Banquet. TUESDAY, MARCH 3 9:30 a.m. FFA Livestock Judging Contest 1:00 p.m. Judging of Hereford Breeding Cattle 5:00 p.m. Livestock Judging Banquet, Pampa Senior High School. 7:30 p.m. Hereford Breeders Banquet at First Methodist Church. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4 9:00 a.m. Junior Livestock Sale. 1:00 p.m. Hereford Breeders Sale. SEE RODEO SCRAMBLE CALVES Donated By , , , Bob Andis, Pampa Cliff & Edna Vincent, Lefors Frank M. Carter, Pampq Morrison Bros./ Pampa Bob Campbell, Pampa Buck Miller, Pampa Joe Franklin/ Pampa John Sims/ Pampa Billy Davis/ Pampa J, S; Morse,McLean (Soar Mqyo Petrolic The Top o 1 Texas Rodeo Association Wishes To Thonk The Above Donors For Their CooperoHon ATTEND BOTH SALES JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SALE Wednesday, March 5, 9:30 a.m. BREEDERS' SALE Wednesday, March 5 1:30 p.m.

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