The Levelland Daily Sun News (Levelland, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 122, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 31, 1960 Page: 7 of 16
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The followin' K#iua ahILabImajI — - m *a ■
TtwMlowing havg wMwHimI announcement of their
M*c*i for office svbfoct to the 1960 Democratic
FOR STATE SENATOH "
PtISTON SMITH (re-election)
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF:
WBR CLEM (Reflection)
B. L (Scrub) WARREN
JUTCHER B. LEWIS
FOR COMMISSIONER, FCT. 1:
HULAN L MORELAND (Re-election)
FOR COMMISSIONER, Pet. 3
J. T. (Tommy) SUITS
J. E. (JACK) MORTON
DALE REID (Re-election)
FOB TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTOR:
MURRY C. STEWART (reflection)
FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 5
VIRGIL HUMPHREYS (Re-election)
FOR CONSTABLE, PRECINCT 2
O. W. COOK (re-election)
CLARK S. LONDON
COURT OF CIVIL APPEALS, 7th District
JUDGE JAMES G. DENTON (first elective term)
DON'T LET FIRE CATCH
YOU UNDER - INSURED
Mein mire your fire Ineuemee
Is In line wttti today's Helm
eroeerty values. Play safe . . .
you wee** be aerryl Call ee
MORTON INSURANCE AGENCY
■0 AVE. H — PHO. 44104
SHUGART'S STUDIO TRAILER
OPEN ON THURSDAYS
1100 Hlock on Houston Street
For A|i|xiintmn«t| <h«tt TH I
Provide NOW for their PBOTECTION ... INSURE!
At moderate oeet, a complete Insur-
ance program brings peacs of mind
for you .. . protection for your family.
For plana to meet your needs, from
mortgage liquidation to regular In-
come, oonault us.
FIDELITY UNION LIFE INSURANCE CO.
HOME OFFICE*: DALLAS, TEXAS
NEW LOCATION-909 8th St.
Effective February 1st.
In the Former Wsrren Implement Building
MASSEY MOTOR COMPANY
Rambler Sales and Service
FOR better cleaning, to keep col-
ors glee hi lag, use Blue Lustre car-
per cleaner. Electric shampooer
maeMne far rant Opelend Hard-
the Mvh* - Ufa Uv-
<»ear. Ml end hee-
pttahaetlen pelieie* toe. Bob <
land bieurance. TW 4-2SU.
SALES A SERVICE
COMPLETE Repair Serviae
Ava. H A Mb St—TW 4-BTO
CESS POOLS A SEPTIC
Rtasenabls Re tea
Phene TW 4-MS4 — Levelled
FOR SALE — Building to be mov-1 GOOD CL£AN 3 bedroom
ed. TW 4-3315.
FOR SALE — 1958 Ford Galaxie
with 8.000 miles, take up payments.
Cell TW 4-3074 or TW 4-3753.
AS YOU DO YOUR
• SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY" —
National organization has opening
greeting newcomers to Levellend
end eeeitacting leading merchants. *
Requirements: High type lady with
car, neat in appearance, meet peo-
ple easily, refined, aged 30 to SO
TOR SALE — One 50 Model Ford
Tractor. One Pick-up. 8 foot Tan-
dem disc — Ford model. Like new.
One 47 model Moline and equip-
ment. One four knife attachment.
row hook-up. One Oliver disc
breaking plow in good shape. Phone
4586 or See R. J. Corner, Sundown.
Interviewed and trained in Level
land. Contact Don Coot at San An-
dres Hotel Monday and Tuesday,
February 1 and 2.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
SALES and SERVICE
Refrigerators and Appliances
Radle and TelevMen Repair
TV Picture Tubas Financed
LEA A COX Appliances
Diet TW 4-MIS —«
is an cheap
Nice S bedroom
int. rate. For
The Fort WorSt Star - Telegram
Agency to Levellend will be op
For information contact Johnny
Waller. 1708 Sth St.
COPELAND PLUM SI NS
w use am* rw «-
t sura DOGS
Get At Th*
Levellend Septic Service. Septic
tanks end ease pools Maenad. Rea-
sonable rates. Cell TW LM dr
HARRISON DETECTIVE Agency.
Criminal end domestic cases. Last
and found people. 15 years exper-
ience. Sky View Service Station,
FOR SALE — M Farm all tractor
and equipment. Irrigation motor.
See Don Ballard at Lewis' Super
FOR SALE — 1958 Mercury Mark
58 motor - 1958 HJft .y?!tow-
Jacket boat and bdat traitor. Com-
plete 886.00. Terms if desired. Call
W. J, O’Omnnr,
for rent in Sundown. Very Reason-
able. Garage. Plumbed for wash-
er. Phone 4396, Sundown.
FOR RENT — Large clean two
room house, bath has walldn closet.
Call 4-3277 or <?4-4074. See at 1109
FOR RENT — Five room house
on Littlefield Highway. No child-
ren over 5 years old. V. T. Hall,
FOUR ROOM upstairs apartment.
Furnished, well located. 545 bills
paid. TW 4-3407.
FOR RENT — 2 bedroom un-
furnished house — water and gas
furnished. 115 9th St. TW 4-3915.
FOR RENT — 3 large room apart-
ment nicely furnished. Exception-
ally clean. Ph. 4-4577. 1606-Sth St
Day in the Sun-
(Continued from page one)
cook the Alphabits.
Naturally you’d expect a pa
Jamaed youngster to stagger
iato the kitchen and announce
above all objections, "Daddy,
I want scrambled eggs."
That’s the experience we
had, aad we’re not any better
hand with scrambled eggs
than with scrambled kids.
All we gotta say is:
Let the Little lady come back,
bless her. And save us from this
Job of being a mother. Never —
no never — will we ever accuse
her of just "playing house and
dolly all day.”
She's right. She earns all our
TRADE — Home and laundry m
farm. Contact Ray James, White-
CLOSE OUT SALE
Oh AC Qrsosry Items
With BH Purchase er mors
All Drug Items '/, Pries
en Nerth *lds ef Stars
AN Fixtures Far Sals
DM Item #r All
104 Callage Lsvslland
FOR SALE — Lamb County % sec-
tion irrigated land. Modem 4 room
house. E. S. Harris, 2425 30th St..
FOR SALE — Lamb County H sec-
tion irrigated land. Modem 4 room
house. E. S. Harris, 2425 30th Lt.
Lubbock. SH 4-9707.
GOOD O0NMTIONED Trade -
refrigerator*. Billy Price's Western
BEAUTIFY VOUR HOME
• Aluminum Awnings
• Ornamental Iran
• Ns Menty Dewn
• Free Estimates
Phene TW 4-2*48 fsr samples
JOIN DEESS Dnslarahlp plus buildings
South PI ami beat location. Would cm-
•Mar rim trad*.
VAX noa.v MO Acres with Two S'-
walls. S4 acre, cotton produced B0
Mias M UII and IMS SO X 40 bam.
plus M,000 aluminum plpa 13.231 acre
VAX BOSK 4SO acres. Three S” wells,
12S ft. water lift iits.oo acre.
*0* Avenue E - Levellend
FOR SALE — Three bedroom brick
house, 2 bath ceramie tile. Double
oven, electric stove, central heat-
ing. Utility room for washer end
dryer and deep freeze. Two car
garafe, storage. Denver Avenue
in Colonial Heights. Call Frank
Whit# 4-3572 for appointment.
fIbBRAP Bis afsal ■ -----« - *
Old mattress rel
af new ma
bui| L All kinds
nattrsMe*. Dial 4-JH1 at
Hotel, Level!and, Agent
t tedtiress Cb . LaUSdL
clRanino - One of
will be cleaning cess-
pools in LeveRteld every Wednes-
day. Price far storage size, 812.50.
Brownfield Septic Tank Service,
Phone collect 3024, Brownfield.
GEORGE PIGG A SON
"NO JOB TOO SMALL"
l* **M - ns ■ Mssw.s
CLEARANCE SALE _ GaJvanb
ed prassure tankstor home water]
B gallon. 844.50. 120 gsl-1
»■ Larad - Tathan Co
FOR SALE - Slick 1949 Fly-1
mouth club coupe. Good rubber|
and motor 8150.00 911 9th Street
Phone TW 4-3667.
From «T ap al «U
Fftea IprlBdrs pa sing and all
SSSUm. Kaaffmaa nbatriitaa. THA
FOR RENT--— 8 room furnished
house. 508 Sth Btreet Phone TW
4-4729. Inquird at 1517 Ave. G.
• v .....—- —I■ - -
WANT TO RENT FARM LAND-
Will buy equipment if necessary
on third and fourth rent or would
cash lease if reasonable. 1003 10th
Street. Pho. TW 4-3380.
FOR RENT — Three room furnish-
ed apartment Inquire at 402 Ave.
FOR RENT — Hire# room house.
Furnished, bills paid, in good con-
dition, good location. Cali 4-4482.
Russell Cothran, teacher of violin
and piano. 10 years public schools, i
Masters Degree. Dial 4-2683.
PURE PORK SAUSAGE Made with J
hams, shoulders and strictly pure |
pork. 50 cents per pound. 10 pounds
or more, 45 cents per pound, Lev-
elland Frozen Food Locker.
(Continued from page one)
We are currently enjoying a good
cigar which was finished by Lar-
ry Hobgood on the occasion of the
birth of his first son. Congratula-
tions to Larry and his wife, the
former Elaine Boudreax. on this
happy occasion. Larry is assistant
mana*sr at Cobb’s.
BOND SET ON CHARGE
Bond of 8750 has been se4 for
Troy Wilkinson on a charge of
check law violation.
Wilkinson remains in county jail
in lien of the bend.
Check law charges also have
been filed against two other mgn,
Wade Joeefy and Johnny Campbell.
issued by Army
By JERRY T. BAULCH
WASHINGTON (API — The
Army this week begins issuing its
new rifle, the M14, a versatile
weapon capable of firing faster
than a machinegun. It is expected
to replace four older weapons.
First to get the M14 are units
of the 101st Airborne Division at
Ft. Campbell, Ky., one of the four
crack division* of the Strategic
Army Corps. STRAC is a force
kept in readiness to rush to any
world trouble spot on short notice.
The Army said Saturday the en-
tire division will be equipped with
the weapon by the end of this
year. Deliveries will begin soon to
The M14 was delayed four
months by the steel strike, the
The new rifle is designed to re-
place the Ml Garand rifle, the
M2 carbine, the Browning auto-
matic rifle and the M3 subma-
The M14 fires the new 7.62mm.
cartridge adopted as standard by
the North Atlantic Treaty Omni,
ration. The rifle weighs 10 pounds
with a fully loaded 20-shot maga-
Ilk* mw ■■cecMftd vaa »rr»r» anvlat
far Sara Marflawar wit* rawrwal «*.
tract. Opportaaltj la make ■■■, whUa
wa trala fa*.
If yaa want ta ba as MipmImI kaataaaa-
maa. are aver Z3 year, at4. free te travel,
awa ar raa flaaaca ISM ar aewer trader,
wrlta or praaa Sark Adams. P. O. Bax 1*1.
Indtanapalli 4. Indiana — Mtlroa* *2461
Xxt. SIS, (lamtaaeaU.)
WANTED — Will do your garden
plowing. Call 4-4153. or aee at 302
f PM S Bed mem Heme.
toratal Cfcalea LaeaUea.
•KM Pk*. 4-SIS4
FOR SALE —2 piece living room
suit, blonde coffee table and 3
matching step tables. In good con-
dition. Phone 4-2485.
FOR SALE —— 30 acre farm near
Poraties, N. M. % mile from dip
UlHM. Good house, aad plenty of
water. 14 acre cotton allotment.
Farm equipment with sale te farm.
Terms if desired. See or call
Woody Weaver, 210-10th or TW 4-
0*LY 1 NEW HOUSE LEFT
Ptaa S ar 4 reel hernia, «e
GOOD U8EO HOUSES
A lew to4s toft to Catealal Hal,hi.
SEE Hal Harpole or H. D. Hill
"*• * toadny, 8a* XHJ. K
HI Cadar A vaeaa
FOR LEASE — Texas Cafe. See
Tom Cook ston at Texas Cafe. 712
For Plano tuning arar Repair Ser-
vice, See Ralph Benningfield. 208
13th Street. Phone TW 4-3537.
WILL DO BABY 0ITTINB IN
MY HOME — By hour or day
or week. CALL TW 4-2788.
WILL baby ait at night 1109 Aus-
WANTED — 80-160 acres. Irr. 100-
150 Cow Ranch. Give description.
Terms • location. Box 478 Ed-
FOR PROMPT, Ere art Venetian
Kind Repair Service, See Moore
Appliance, your Westinghouse deal-
er. TW 4-3070, Levelland.
1959 BUICK LA SABRE
Dyaafl*. n-t-aya dam. wtoto wa*
MASSEY MTOR CO.
ee* SI* Btrmt. ■**
FOR RENT — two room apart-
ment. bills paid. 1302 Houston or
FOR RENT — 8 roam cottage
apartment Famished. 801 Cactus
FOR RENT — 3 room furnished
apartment. Call 4-2796 after six
Pm., or before 8 am.
WANTED FOR RENT - 2 or J
bedroom house. Call 4-2398. Victor
Svaa after, a career ta th* wan
waata ta k* la baetaeea far
Writ* A vaa Maaa«er, P. O. 1
Just Take up the Payments
1955 FORD Custom
4-daor with radle, haater, standard
transmiesioa. Rad Color.
4-doer with radle, haater, stand-
ard transmlaefon. Grey Color.
JOB WANTED — General office
and Bookkeeping experience. Lady
with business references. Phone
Interviewer wanted for part time
telephone survey. Gi"e phone num-
ber. Prefer private line. Not a sell-
ing Job. Airmail letter including ed-
ucation, work experience and
names of references to: American
Research Bureau. Field Staff De-
partment Beltsville. Maryland.
MOB HELPS —
(Continued from page one)
old uprising, denied strongly that
it had issued any surrender ulti-
matum to the rebellious French-
men of Algiers. The army said in
a Radio Algiers broadcast the
story of an ultimatum had been
put exit by an agent provocateur.
By decisions Of1 their high com-
mand and by the mass weight of
a mob of sympathetic citizenry,
the insurgents all but nullified the
army’s first moves to carry out
De Gaulle's demand for the resto-
ration of order.
The army moves were:
1. Orders to Algiers territorials
—the national guardsmen who
make up the bulk of the 3,000 or
so armed men behind the barri-
cades—to report to their head- _______ ________________
quarters for incorporation in the other firm to make efforts to bring
(Continued from paga one)
elude Horace Gilman, Homer •
Johnson, Howard Maddera and Lee
The nominating committee in-
cluded Cecil Eivens, Arnold Har-
dy and Eddie Paxton.
THE RECOMMENDATION that
the Chamber of Commerce contin-
ue to do whatever is necessary to
help secure additional freight ser-
vice for Levelland came after
Yeager appointed six other Cham-
ber members and himself as a
committee to draft suggestions for
action on die efforts to secure
more shipping and receiving ser-
vice for the city.
The committee — comprised of
Sherrod, Hardy, Joplin, Arnold,
Yeary Brown and Yeager — in-
cludes current and new directors
present at a meeting of the Cham-
ber board Friday afternoon. When
a quorum of current Chamber di-
rectors was not present. Yeager
named the committee to recom-
mend steps to the complete board
for official policy action.
THE COMMITTEE pointed out,
however, that the Chamber of
Commerce is not taking sides in
the current fight over an applica-
tion before the Texas Railroad
Commission for a service franchise
in Levelland, Sundown and sev-
eral other area and state cities.
Curry Motor Freight Lines has
the application pending before
the Railroad Commission for a sin-
gle, direct line to link the Panhan-
dle, South Plains and Permian Ba-
sin areas with the gulf Coast. The
proposed route includes Levelland
However, Lang Transit Co., pre-
sently operating in the Levelland
and South Plains area, is opposing
the application. Hearings against
the Curry request currently arc
being conducted in Lubbock, and
are due to end in a few days.
Testimony for the new freight ser-
vice was received earlier by the
About seven Levelland shippers
and receivers testified against the
Curry application this week, while
21 city business men and women
appeared for the application dur-
ing October hearings.
YEAGER DECLARED THAT IN
taking the action, the committee
is "promoting Levelland, and not
a freight company."
Chamber Manager Bob Walker
added, "There’s more to this than
a fight between to freight eomp-
“We’re I11 a position to need (ser-
vice),” he declared. Arnold insist-
ed that "We need carriers bad-
COMMITTEE MEMBERS point-
ed out that they were not neces-
sarily advocating Curry as the
freight company to move into Lev-
elland. They declared that there is
a definite need for more freight
service of any kind — motor, rail,
or other — here and the Chamber
is working to secure it and not to
promote any specific firm.
The committee also lauded Lang
Transit for its service. to the city
and area, but added that the com-
pany’s operations were not exten-
sive 'Hough to provide adequate
service for freight owning from
long distances. Sunset Motor
Freight and Santa Fe also provide
freight service for the city.
Walker declared that if the cur-
rent application pending before the
RRC is turned down, it will be a
difficult matter to try and get any
in Lmllcnd is
FIRE MARSHAL RAY . JONES
has issued a warning to Level-
land residents after the discovery
of several 20 millimeter shells ia
the northwest portion of the city.
Jones said eight of the sheila
have been turned In to him by an
unidentified man and some Mntar
high school students.
He said that Reese Air Force
Base officials identified the shells
for him, and said some te them
probably are inciendiary part pos-
sibly are armor - piercing ad4 the
remainder probably are explkplve.
JONES REPORTED THAT TEN-
tative typing of the sheila was
made possible by different edaured
paint on them. He said RAFB offi-
cers declared shells painte0 red
probably are incendiary, those
with a yellow - gray paint are
pcesibly explosive and the remain-
der are armor - piercing.
The fire marshal added that it
has not yet been determined-whe-
ther the shells are live ode* or
duds. However, he warned that any
more which are found whotsld be
treated with caution and pjcmpfc
ly turned over to authorities;
The 20 milimeter slugs are pri-
marily black, with the paint OP th*
pointed nose. They are approxi-
mately one-half inch in diameter,
and are fairly heavy in weight. A
gold band circles the sheila near
SITUATION WANTED — Exper-
ienced farm hand. Contact Nolan
Price, Route L 2H miles south
LADY WANTED — To help serve
Cafeteria style meals. Prefer lady
around 35 years of age. Apply at
CASH REQUIRED SECURED. This
opening pays excellent weekly In-
come- (Not vending machines )
Will stand your Banker’s Inspec-
tion. Write Territorial Supervisor,
■OKA Weet Mate, Oklahoma CHy,
person at The SPOT
CARHOPS WANTED - Apply In
porson «t the Dairy Mart
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SUN NEWS will bis gladly corrected upon
‘' a to* attention af The
forces te Brig. Gen. Jean Gra-
eieux, parachute troop com-
2. Sealing off of the barricaded
area in downtown Algiers with a
ring of paratroopers, shoulder to
shoulder, and detailing others to
roofs overlooking the insurgent
One by one, the effect of each
mov# was challenged.
Most of the insurgent territori-
als ciung to their positions,
stocked overnight with fresh sup-
plies of food, firewood and ammu-
nition. A few filtered out for mus-
ter in response to Gracieux’ com-
Courtesy cost the paratroopers
a break in their cordon when a
mob of anti-Gaullist Frenchmen
roared in from side streets to
demonstrate in behalf of the in-
surgents. Some troopers, fearful
that women caught in the mob
would be crushed, opened the line
te let them through. Then the mob
streamed in to the barricades
shouting "Algeria is French!”
"Down with de gaulle!”
Then Pierre Lagaillarde, a fi-
ery, tommygun-carrying insurgent
leader, took to the microphone to
announce the insurgents would not
give up. Through loudspeakers, he
said the army had called for un-
conditional surrender of the
"Conscious te my responsibili-
ties,” Lagaillarde said, "I have
rejected this ultimatum, which is
an insult to our dead and against
all those who in the past five
yean have been fighting (the Al-
gerian nationalist rebels) so Alger-
ia can remain a French land.”
service to Levelland.
First of years..
(Centlaued from page one)
sbt - inch water mains to boost
water pressure throughout the
The polls will open at 8 a m. and'___________________
ck>ee at 7 p.m. at the dty hall, J with favor on that %po te prepoe-
whara local dty elections are tra-'al. with possible modifications.
(Continued from page one)
the applicant for coverage to
swear that the information in the
application is true.
Most of those present were ob-
servers who said ntthing.
Jackson and members of the
insurance board staff listened to
the discussion, which was record-
ed for the benefit of Dr. Robert
W. Strain, one of the members
who is ill.
Strain, who sat in on the hear-
ing earlier this month, was or-
dered to remain in bed until he is
fully recovered from an influenza
attack. Jackson said. JOe Gibbs,
the other member, is recovering
from a heart attack and has taken
no part in the current controver-
Jackson and spokesmen at Fri-
day's hearing agreed that the new
plan does not change the right of
a company to cancel a policy with
10 days notice to the policy hold-
Discussion centered over wheth-
er the plan should be changed to
prohibit a firm from cancelling
the policy on the basis of a mis-
statement te fact in the applica-
There was no suggestion that
insurance companies are taking
unfair advantage te this section
Jackson suggested companies
be required to waive their right
of cancellation on the basis of an
inaccurate application, with the
understanding they could collect
the premium which should have
been charged in the first place.
Companies would retain their
right to sue for damages in case
R B. Cousin* of Dallas, attor-
ney for the grop te companies
making up the Texas Auto Insur-
ance Service Office, said he
thought hit association would look
(Continued from page one)
Reid and Brown submitted their
applications for the combination
study • work program last spring
and were selected from a large
group te applicants from all over
the nation. Selection was baa*d on
scholarship and aptitude.
The apir will study half time at
New Mexico State University at
Las Cruces, and will work the re-
mainder of the time under spe-
cialists at the White Sands prow
They will receive «a salary tor
their work at the missile range.
BOTH REID and Brown were in
the top 10 per cent of their grad-
uating class te more than 100, and
were members te the National Ho-
Reid, whose parents moved to
Kerrv ilie after his graduation al-
to won Who’s Who In Sclent
nors at Levelland High In 1990, gp(
tended the Texas Tech Summer j
stitute in Physics in 1958 and was
district winner in slide rule com-
petition. He also participated in
number sense in Intcrscholastie
Reid’s activities also included
membership in the Speech Club
and Mu Alpha Theta, a mathema-
tics organization. He was a mem-
ber of the Levelland High mile re-
lay team which competed ia the
state meet in 1959, and participate
ed in other track activities through-
out his high school career. He al-
so played football in 1957.
Reid attended New Mexico State
during the (all.
BROWN. A STUDENT AT
South Plains College during the
fall college semester, also was a
TTL competitor in number sense
and slide rule, winning district two
years in number sense. He wae
president of the National Honor
Society in 1958-59, was a member
of the Student Council and was
Who's Who in math in 1953. He
aleo was a charter member tif Mu
Brown also was an active par-
ticipant in athletics, gaining foot-
ball letters in 1957 and 1958, and
baseball numerals in the same
years. He also was a member of
the state meet mil# relay team
in '59 and lettered in the apdrt in
the two previous years also.
ROME (AP)—Premier Aiitonio
Segni's government Friday right
drafted a record budget te 55,282,-
880,000 for the 1960-61 fiscal -year
that would leave a deficit of Near-
ly a half-billion dollars.
1955 BUICK CENTURY
4-door, air condition#^ powse
steering and brakes, dynafle, radio,
haater, blue and whits. Stock No.
ONLY $289 Down.
$11.00 For W—It
WINDSOR—Air conditioner, red la,
heater, automatic tranamlaatan.
$189 down, $8 por wtiofc
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Brewer, Orlin. The Levelland Daily Sun News (Levelland, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 122, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 31, 1960, newspaper, January 31, 1960; Levelland, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1130146/m1/7/: accessed September 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting South Plains College.