Panhandle Herald (Panhandle, Tex.), Vol. 74, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 6, 1961 Page: 4 of 8
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JONES HEDRICK GETS
WSTC SPORTS LETTER
CANYON—Jones Hedrick, a for-
mer Panhandle High School foot-
ball star, has been awarded a
West Texas State College varsity
letter, according to head football
coach Joe Kerbel.
Hedrick is a senior at West Tex-
as State and will graduate this
spring. In football, the 6-1, 195
pounder played fullback. His col-
lege major is physical education.
10 ton to 12 ton
$800 and up
Box 606 Phone 4576
PAGE 4 — THE PANHANDLE HERALD
Panhandle, Carson County, Texas, Thur., April 6, 1961
COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENT
TEXAS A. a M. COLLEGE EXTENSION SERVICE
Greenbugs continue to build up
to damaging infestations in a large
number of fields over the county.
At this writing it is estimated that
40,000 acres have been sprayed
across the county. In all fields we
have checked, good control is re-
sulting from the use of % pound
of parathion per acre.
The 14th Annual Weed Control
Conference has been set for April
20 at the Southwestern Great
Plains Field Station at Bushland.
We hope you will mark your cal-
endar and attend this year’s con-
ference. We feel the Bushland Sta-
tion is doing an outstanding job
in this area of work.
School Choir Takes
SKELLYTOWN—A first in sight
reading and a second in concert
was won by the Skellytown Grade
School Choir at the Region n
Music Contest held at Amarillo
College March 21.
In an eariler contest the girls
sextet won a second division rat-
ing. The sextet included Eva Jo
Duncan, Kathy Allen, Nan Har-
mon, Janie Dykes, Linda Allen,
and Coleen Crawford. They were
accompanied by'Ruthie Geisler.
The choir, under the direction
of Sidney Pratt, is made up of
fifty students from the sixth,
seventh, and eighth grades.
ORDINANCE NO. 127
AN ORDINANCE PRESCRIBING
THE NECESSITY FOR AND THE
METHOD OF ISSUANCE OF
BUILDING PERMITS FOR THE
REPAIR, OR MOVING OF
BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES
WITHIN THE CITY OF PANHAN-
DLE; FIXING A FEE FOR THE
Soil Conservation Service tech- ISSUANCE THEREOF; PROVID-
nicians checked underground pipe- ING FOR A j^LETHOD OF EN-
lines on the Leo Britten, John FORCEMENT OF THIS ORDIN-
Katora Jr., Bennie Urbanczyk and ANCE; PROVIDING A PENALTY
= OUR SOIL -k OUR STRENGTH =
last FOR A VIOLATION OF THIS
ORDINANCE; REPEALING CON-
Several farmers are doing land FLICTING ORDINANCES; AND
leveling in an effort to get improv- PROVIDING FOR THE VALIDI-
We have a good supply of the
Extension Service bulletin No.
B-70 - Vegetable Gardening. This
is a publiction all family garden-
ers should have and is at no cost
from our office. Ask for bulletin
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson and
Mrs. May Bender spent Sunday
and Monday with Harold Eakes
and family at Happy.
8 per cent Ten Day Cash Discount
OUT AT CHENOWETH’S
Panhandle Wheat Growers
PANHANDLE, TEXAS PHONE 7741
Mr. and Mrs. Dysart Gowen of
Boise, Idaho, and Mrs. Harry
Gray of Canyon visited in the
home of Mrs. May Bender and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson re-
cently. Gowen is a brother of Mrs.
Gray and Mrs. Gray is a sister-
in-law of Mrs. Bender and Mrs.
Marion Marlin On
Army B.B Team
Army PFC Marion E. Marlin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. James W.
Marlin, is a member of the 78th
Engineer Battalion basketball
team which recently placed sec-
ond in the Eastern Region battal-
ion level championship in Karl-
sruhe, Germany, according to an
army news source.
Marlin, a supply clerk in the
battalion’s Headquarters Company
in Karlsruhe, entered the Army
in March 1959 and completed
basic training at Fort Chaffee,
Ark. The 22-year-old soldier was
graduated from Panhandle High
School in 1956.
TY OF THIS ORDINANCE.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE
CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY
PERMIT REQUIRED: In any
Report Is Made On
In Carson County
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ROBERTS “66” SERVICE
“COURTEOUS CAR CARE”
Highway 60 Phone 3086 Panhandle
IMI Bll................,iijiil.ujiij.i..i. l i ...xunn"—■
ed water application on their
farms. These include Benny Ur-
banczyk, G. A. Mahler and Rob-
Farmers who have applied one
or more conservation practices
this year and who received service ________
this week include F. E. Evans, case wherein the value of labor
Baxter Haley, Clinton Freeman, and materials to be used shall be
J. W. Wells, Henry Werner, H. A. $250.00 or more, before the erec-
Harbison, H. P. Barnard nad T. tion, construction, alteration or re-
L. Haiduk. pair of any building, structure or
Test certificates for all irriga- wall, or any part thereof, or for
tion pipeline companies servicing any platform, staging or flooring
this area havd been received in to be used for standing or seating
the local offic except Gifford-Hill- purposes is commenced, the owner
Wstem, Inc. Farmers who have in- or lessee, or agent of either, or
sttalled this company’s products the architect or builder employed
must wait for final approval until by such owner or lessee in con-
the company furnishes the ASC of- nection with proposed construction
fice with a test certificate. or alteration, shall apply to the
building inspector of the City of
Panhandle for a permit to do such
work. Said application shall be in
duplicate form proyided by the
City of Panhandle, and shall pro-
vide such information as i^'neces-
sary in order to show that the
AUSTIN—An estimated 26 Mil- proposed construction, alteration,
lion acre-feet of water in under- or repairs is in conformity with all
ground storage in Carson County 1 — “*
and part of Gray County repre- Count JB QrOUp
sents that 1,400-square-mile area s ^
principal water reserve accord- |y|eets In GrOOm
ing to a bulletin published this
week by the State Board of Water Mrs. R. W. Calliham, County
Engineers. TB Association president, was ap-
Bulletin 6102, titled “Geology pointed executive secretary at the
and Ground Water Resources of March 30 meeting of the executive
Carson County and Part of Gray board in Groom. Her salary was
County, Texas, Progress Report set at $40 per month.
No. 1, is the first progress report Mrs. Leland George and Mrs.
of an investigation of the geology j. b. Howe, treasurer were ap-
and ground water resources which pointed to prepare a budget for
presently supports large-scale ag- the coming year,
ricultural and industrial opera- Mrs. Cecil Walker, seal sale
tions in the central portion of the chairman, and Mrs. B. L. Dickson
Texas Panhandle. The bulletin is both of Conway, reported on the
available for free distribution at state TBA meeting in Corpus
the Board of Water Engineers Of- Christi.
fice, P. O. Box 2311, Capitol Sta- Nine persons attended the meet-
tion, Austin. A. T. Long, Jr. of ing. Several could not attend due
the Geological Survey is the auth- to th inclement weather. The next
or. meeting will be May 31 in the
Investigators found that the home of Mrs. Calliham at Con-,
amount of ground water available way.
for use in the are approximately --—
equals the amount in storage be- Mrs. Gladys Waters, Mrs. Mar-
cause of the slow rate of recharge iiyn Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Tom-
in the Ogallala geologic formation, my Newton returned March 27
the principal aquifer. They recom- a£ter a weeks visit with Pvt. Ed
mended, however, that continuing Waters who is serving with the
studies he made of the develop- marines in San Diego, Calif., Pvt.
ment of large-capacity wells and Waters is a patient in the Balboa
the amount of pumping needed to Naval Hospittal with a serious in-
determine the decrease of ground fection, however, his condition is
water in storage. reported to be very much improv-
The economy of the area was ed. His address is Pvt. Ed Waters,
to depend largely on ground water Balboa Naval Hospital, San Diego
according to the report. About 40, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Newton
64,000 acres, some 12 percent fo also visited Mrs. Newton’s daugh-
the irrigable land in the area, ter, Mrs. Bob Bailey and children
were irrigated from 252 wells in in Lancaster, Calif. The Baileys
1959, the report stated. Wells pro- returned with them to Panhandle
duced 35,000 acre-feet of irriga- and then visited Mr. Bailey who
tion water, an average of 156 is in Dallas.
acre-feet per year and the aver- -
age depth of irrigation water ap- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bernauer of
plied in 1959 was 0.6 foot per acre, Austin were here recently on busi-
it was reported. ness and to visit their son Frank.
An estimated 18 million acre- Other members of the Bernauer
feet of the total water in under- family here to visit were L. J.
ground storage is believed to be Bernauer of Albuquerque, N. M.
available for use, the report said, and his family. L. J. is the son of
--Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bernauer. .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lill are in
Rockport on a fishing trip.
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operated laundries have been installed in our laundry for the benefit of our customers as we begin
year of business. We installed new dryers in the fall last year. These new additions come to you with
in cur prices.
We Are Beginning Our Fourth Year In Business
We Wish To Express Our Appreciation To Our Customers
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cunningham
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Panhandle Automatic Landry
use in coin
WASH — 20c PER MACHINE
DRY — 10c FOR 10 MINUTES
WITH READY-MIXED CEMENT
301 S. MAIN
applicable ordinances and building
codes of the C.ty of Panhandle.
Such application may also serve
as the application for a Certificate
of Occupancy and Compliance
when such Certificate is required
by the Zoning Ordinance, Upon
examination of the Application, if
the Building Inspector is satisfied
that such proposed construction,
alteration or repair is in conform-
ity with all applicable Ordinances
he shall indicate his approval of
such application and direct the
issuance of such permit upon pay-
ment of the required fee.
ISSUANCE OF PERMIT: The
requested Building permit shall be
issued by the City Secretary, upon
presentation to him of plans and
or specifications in detail of the
proposed improvements. The City
Secretary shall require the pay-
ment of a fee of Two dollars and
Fifty Cents ($2.50) by the appli-
cant for each such permit so is-
sued, such fees to be accounted
for as part of the General Fund of
the City of Panhandle.
It shall be unlawful for any per-
son to commence or continue the
construction, erection, alteration,
or repair of any building, struc-
ture or wall, or any part thereof,
or to move any building, when the
cost of such work is contemplated
to be $250.00 or more, until after
the issuance of such building per-
mit as provided herein.
PLACARD TO BE POSTED:
When a building permit is issued,
the City Secretary shall also issue
to the Applicant a placard not less
than 8 inches by 10 inches in size
containing a brief recital of the
facts concerning the issuance of
such permit. This placard shall be
posted in some conspicuous place
on the building site so as to be
visible from the street, and shall
remain so displayed until such
work is completed. It shall be un-
lawful for any person to remove
or deface such placard prior to
completion of the work in connec-
tion with which it was issued.
Upon completion of the work for
which the permit is issued, such
placard shall be destroyed, and
it shall be unlawful to display such
placard in connection with any
work except that in connection
with which it was issued.
ENFORCEMENT: It shall be the
duty of the Building Inspector or
any authorized City employee of
the City of Panhandle to supervise
the enforcement of this Ordinance,
and if any violation thereof shall
come to the attention of such of-
ficer, and it shall be his duty to
file a sworn complaint alleging
such violation in the Corporation
Court of the City of Panhandle,
Which Court shall have jurisdic-
tion to dispose of such case in
due course of law.
PENALTY FOR VIOLATION:
Any person who shall violate any
of the provisions of this Ordin-
ance, or fail to comply therewith,
shall for each and every such
violation be guilty of a misde-
meanor, and upon conviction
thereof be fined in a sum not more
than $100.00. The imposition of one
penalty for a violation of this ord-
inance shall not excuse the viola-
tion nor permit it to continue, and
all such persons shall be required
to correct or remedy such viola-
tion within a reasonable time, and
each day that such violation con-
tinues, and each day that such
persons fails to comply with such
ordinance, shall constitute a sepa-
REPEALED: This Ordinance
shall repeal all Ordinances and
parts of Ordinances in conflict
with this Ordinance, and such
Ordinances and parts of Ordin-
ances are hereby expressly re-
VALIDITY OF ORDINANCE: If
any Section, Paragraph, subdivi-
sion, clause phrase or provision
of this Ordinance shall be adjudg-
ed invalid or held unconstitutional,
the same shall not affect the vali-
dity of this ordinance as a whole,
or any part or provisions thereof
other , than the part so held to be
invalid or unconstitutional.
This ordinance shall take effect
and shall be in full force from and
after its passage and publication
as provided by the City Charter.
The above Ordinance was duly
introduced upon the Motion of
Harold P. Smith, seconded by
Richard Nunn, and was duly pas-
sed and adopted at a meeting of
the City Council held on the 23rd
day of March 1961.
W. H. Lane, Mayor
City of Panhandle, Texas
C. H. BeH
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Peoples, Don. Panhandle Herald (Panhandle, Tex.), Vol. 74, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 6, 1961, newspaper, April 6, 1961; Panhandle, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth885685/m1/4/: accessed December 10, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carson County Library.