The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on April 30, 1964 · Page 7
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 7

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, April 30, 1964
Page 7
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THE WELLINGTON {TEXAS) LEADER ; April 30, 1964 New Methods 16 Finish Red Cross First Aid Training ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION TAUGHT Two approved methods of applying artificial respiration as taught in the Red Cross First Aid Class are demonstrated here. The "victim" is Billy Britton, while Glenn Norman works over him. Both are members of the Fire Department, which sponsored the course. Tickets on Sale for Fandangle atPaloDuro The box office for mail orders for tickets to Fandangle will open on May 1, 1964, and the mailing: address is Fandangle, Box 268, Canyon, Tex. This is the western satire which, is to pl'ay i.n the Palo Dui'o State Park lih 'the new amphitheatre there on June 11, 12 and 13. It .will foe an opportunity for the people of the Panhandle to see how the west- em life and traditions- look on the stage of an outdoor theatre which is so magnificently located. Buses, cars, buggies and wagons of all kinds will head for the Palo Duro Park June 11, 12, 13 just (before sundown. As the stars come out, the delightful western musical Fandangle will bring gaiety and reaMty of pioneer life to the theatre which was built iby .the Texas Heritage Founda- Sixteen Wellington men and women completed the 10-hour Red Cross First Aid Course last week and will ibe awarded certificates, Fire Chief Buster Hughs announced. Members of the Fire De- pai-timent, townspeople and high school students were included in the class, taught 'by Ed Schaffner and Loyd Pool, members of the Shamrock Fire Department. Considerable time was .given to first aid treatment for heart attacks, burns, -and artificial respiration. One of the newer approved methods of artificial respiration, heart massage, was taught. In this method, (pressure is applied on the (breast bone, pushing it inward as much as two inches, then releasing it suddenly. But the WellimgitjOn group was told that mouth to mouth artificial respiration is the most accepted, as it can be used on anyone at any place and it is not necessary to have the patient on a flat place. The Shamrock firemen, at the last session, described their experiences in caring for victims at the explosion at the Celie plant near 'Shamrock two 10 to start 'bringing 1 together all the delight of the Fort Griffin Fandangle and our local talent. In order to attend Fandangle, write to Fandangle, Box 268, Canyon, Texas. Enclose payment and self- addressed stamped envelope. Chairs will be $4.00 a pfece and seats on risers will be $2.50 each. All seats .will be reserved. Tickets will 'be sold across the counter at Cooper & Melin in Amarillo after May 18, and at the Heritage Foundation office in Canyon, 415 16th Street on the square. Let's Stop The Transfer of Cases From the Amarillo Court of Civil Appeals to the Austin and Waco Courts. weeks ago, in which five men were critically burned. They explained how a framework was (built to hold sheets off the burned bodfes of the men in transporting them to an Amarillo hospital. Registered for the course were Billy Britton, Joe A. Coleman, Hiram Cudd, Wayne Cudd, John T. Forbis, Earl Ford, Leon Hartman, Buster Hughs, Jimmie Kelso, W. T. McAdams, Glenn Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nunnelley, Vernon Rudy, Rie Schneider, (Beth Sikes, J. P. Sikes, Walter Williams, Alton Wilkins, Billy "Williams, Elvis Pitts, J. B. Oney, Mrs. Billy Britton and Mrs. Joe Terry. Kingston Trio at Lela Friday The Kingston Trio of Dallas wall appear in a program at Lela school Saturday night, May 2 at 7:30 p.m. The Kingstons are well known through the middle- west and southwest for their rich style of gospel singing. The Lela junior high school is sponsoring the program. Overcast Head Coach at Miami Lawrence Overcast, former Samnorwood all-state basketball star, has been named head football coach of Miami high school, replacing Bill Hines, who resigned. He had been basketball coach and assistant football coach since 1962. This will be Overcast's first head football coaching job, although the long-time cage coach has been an assistant grid coach at several schools while completing a brilliant basketball record. A native of Samnorwood, where he was an all-state (basketball player and district shot put and discus champion, Overcast went on to West Texas State, making All-Border Conference in basketball and graduating in 1956. He became head basketball and assistJant football coach at Vega 1 , and then went into the Army as an officer in the physical education .program. After service, he went to Quail as head coach in basketball, baseball and! track, setting an all-time school record for cage victories in one year —27. Moving to Canadian as head basketball and assistant football coacih, he won 1 the first boys basketball district championship in Canadian history, setting an all-time school record of 26 wins and six losses. Overcast came to Miami in 1962, as assistant to Hines in football asi they won the District 6-B grid championship and then producing iboth boys and girls district basketball champions that year, with the boys going to regional finals ibefore losing to state Class B champion McAcloo. This year, Overcast's War- riorettes went to regional finals, losing to Roosevelt. Overcast is married to the former Betty Jean Reed of Clarendon. They have two children, Ronnie, 7, and Tamai-a, 5. SCO Coops Set Up Income Sources Nearly 10,000 soil consei-va- tion district cooperatives set up one or more income-producing enterprises in the year ending June 30, says the USDA. More than nine .thousand others revealed .plans of the same nature and one thousand coops switched to recreation as their major source of income. Panhandle tion. Many clubs across the Golden Spread have arranged for buses and caravans of cars to bring groups of men, women and children from all over West Texas to see the three (performances of Fandangle. This delightful musical show inspired 'by early life ait Fort Griffin, Texas will be a financial benefit for the Panihandle's own pioneer story whii'ch is to be ready in 1965, 'and for the Texas Panhandle Heritage Foundation which will produce it. The buggies and wagons that come t/o the theatre will form a background for the pagena- try part of the shqw. Fandangle was written and .produced by the community of Albany, Texas, and as it has been recreated through the years, it has attracted a tremendous fallowing. Robert Nail, the author and producer, will bring forty members of the Albany cast to the Panhandle. Then he will select talented actors, dancers, singers, animals, and equipment in shape to be driven at high speed 1 to complete .the spectacular (presentation of western life in song, dance and story. Nail will 'be in Canyon. May VOTE SATURDAY FOR ALLEN HARP FOR DISTRICT JUDGE 100TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Texas general revenue fund deficit as of April 13 has risen to $38,800,000, State Treasurer Jesse James calculated, with balance in all state funds at $178,100,000 NEW WAY TO BE SUDDENLY SLIM, COMFORTABLE, TOO Los An geles: —Are you a woman whose figure is on the good side but might look perfect? You'll be thrilled by the new easy way science has discovered for you to become Suddenly Slim and yet completely comfortable. If you're more than 15 pounds overweight, then this idea is not for you. If your weight problem falls within this range, then you can realize a new, smoother figure today, without diet or exercise. Suddenly Slim is an all-new kind of 4-oz. girdle constructed of science fibers. One startling innovation is the sheer nylon front panel. This is permanently stiffened by a science process and cannot give or sag. It's surrounded by a slimming action border. A featherstitched panel down each side of this girdle will contour your hips if they are a problem. The girdle itself is of a "wonder" Lycra spandex blend. It's a new power net consisting of nylon, acetate and spandex. It is so comfortable, but has sucli slimming strength, it gives your figure everything that s possible with a foundation. "Suddenly Slim" in both girdle and panty versions, is the peak achievement of the California designer-genius, Olga. They are available in our area at Saied's Department 'Store, ttelephone 447-5747. FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE HISTORY OF THE COURT, on June 4, 1957, 10 cases were transferred to the Austin Court. Again, on January 11, 1964, 13 cases were transferred to the Waco Court, to-wit: Amarillo Globe Times Tuesday, April 21, 1964 ELECT HERBERT C. MARTIN Associate Justice BECAUSE MARTIN: —is an experienced trial lawyer; —is of proven judicial temperament; —is of sound and impartial judgment; —is diligent and dependable; —will cooperate fully with the present Chief Justice and Junior Associate Justice in disposing of cases promptly. (Two of the three Justices cannot promptly .adjudicate all cases.) RETIRE HIS OPPONENT because he ... —will be 79 years old before the end of the third term he is now seeking; —is now drawing maximum Social Security of $127.00 per month plus his $16,000 salary; —is now eligible for full payment of judicial retirement; —consistently renders Court opinions not based on sufficient legal authority; —spends a large portion of his office hours in outside diversions while the Court docket suffers. Waco Judges Help Appeals Court Here The Texas Supreme Court, apparently feeling that the docket of the Seventh Court of Civil Appeals in Amarillo is overloaded, has directed the 10th Court of Civil Appeals in Waco to lend a helping hand. Two members of tine Waco court are in Amarillo today hearing oral arguments in the cases alloted them. The two judges are Chief Justice Frank G. McDonald and Associate Justice Frank M. Wilson. The Texas Supreme Court in. equalizing the dockets of tha civil aplpeals courts in the state has assigned 13 of the appeals filed in Amarillo to the Waco court- Under statute the cases must be heard in the court in which they are filed. For this reason) the Waco judges are hearing arguments in Amarillo. Elmo Payne, clerk of the Amarillo court says the Amarillo judges heard oral arguments in nine cases on April G-7 and 1 currently are working on their decisions in those cases. The Seventh Court) of Civil Appeals in Amarillo encompasses the largest Supreme Judicial District in the State of Texas—with 46 counties, Payne explained. Vote for Herbert C. Martin for Associate Justice of the Court of Civil Appeals (Pol. adv. paid for by Herbert C. Martin) AT THE FASHION SHOP STARTS THURSDAY, APRIL 30-ENDS MAY 9 Neither my opponent nor I were ever defeated for County Attorney — neither of us had an opponent. In order to be licensed to practice law in Texas every person must pass the State Bar Examination, without regard to law schools attended. I passed this examination and was duly licensed in April, 1947. Since that time I have served as District Attorney, County Attorney and City Attorney and have been actively engaged in the practice of law. I served as official Court Reporter for this District Court from August, 1941, to September, 1947, with leave of absence for military service. Previously, I served as State Representative. In conducting my campaign I have sought to exemplify the same qualities of honor and integrity essential to the proper performance of the duties of a District Judge and in accord with the highest tradition of the jurist. Your vote and support is solicited on the basis of my own qualifications, and on this basis alone. I have managed my own campaign and spent my own money in the race. If elected, I will be in a position to perform the duties of the office impartially and in all good conscience toward God and man. Respectfully submitted, ALLEN HARP (a Democratic Candidate) —Political Adv. Paid for by Allen Harrp. SALE ON SUITS All Cotton, Seersucker, and Silk Suits are on Sale from now until Mother's Day. Lovely fashions in a wide selection of colors and sizes. You must see to believe. J4 off DRESSES REDUCED Our entire st^ck of ladies and misses dresses has been reduced for this sale. 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