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Childress Index (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Childress, Texas My ? tuesday. June 28. 1955 the Chil dress Index Childress it was Page Turre transient occupancy of Cha housing units being stopped Washington a Pic summer 1055 of adv Uncle Sam fast Clearing Cut of the hotel business Hie government was in the business Only to the extent that some govern ment insured housing projects were being used to House Vara honors but the american hotel association claimed the situation was forcing some of their member hotel to operate in the red a part of last years housing a Congress ordered a Clamp Down on transient occupancy of projects with mortgages insured la the Federal housing administration the Cha recently issued regulations to put the Law into effect. Just two qualify so far Only two places have qualified to continue their transient operations one in the Pacific North Wist and one in Virginia. No one knows How Many were operating on a hotel basis before last year s amendment was added to the Law. The hotel association Sav they were scattered and in some cities siphoned off enough transient business to make the differ in t Between profit and loss autos sparking business Rise in Eldress report discloses special to the Inis is on the upgrade county and As in the nation the a Park my the risk. Of Childress county at the rate of $6,064,-Fof automotive equip in plates if the total it ions Are garnering $1. A it a year. Led by con annual sur a covering new Yolk sex business 111 Childress most arts Toi Lobile is residents Sre spending to a Yeai men and idling 4u<j000 the figures Are rest sunlit markets in it by just off the in 1m5#, the Imp trance of the Auto no bile to the local Economy is Indi rated by the fact that automotive Des account Lor 38 fiercer. Of the a Nelre retail by mess of the coun \. Which reached $15,887.000 last year her1 in the United states automotive Salev were lower at latin a 25 percent of the retail .1� Dar in the West South Central states it was 30 percent. This pending mood flows in part Horn the fart that the people have Trong reserves of Money in the form of savings and investments that Are not earmarked for t another Factor is a e a g of Confidence engendered con to of tires cles and the 1c Vor Ahly per per state $287 to it or passenger cars arc sales Ard Flat teries Motorcy-1 boats. Oral figure compares a duh the outlay of $263 on throughout the Brut As a whole and with the person spent in the West Outh it Erit ral states. Auto ales have gone beyond the i pee tation of the Industry and have tarried Allied lines along with it at the present rate americans v ill have bought Well Over six million new ears before the year is out. Killeen Man to head state vow it huge Gro quot a output to the inflation to a motive purchases in a unto during the past Ltd to $-181 per capita the figure in Addi Corpus Christi a fwd ted it Connell of Killeen was new de a a rement commander of the Texas veterans of foreign wars Mon-1 in succeeding John Mckelvey of Fleetia other officers installed at the Vii noun of a four Day annual vow Encampment included j. W Cole a Dor vice commander from Abilene i it Selman Junior vice commander from Pasadena and 4 in Armstrong adjutant quart master from Austin. The Rev. Mack Johnson of Houston was installed As chaplain and state sen Doyle Willis of fort Worth As judge advocate. Or. C. I k Illingworth of Borger was named surgeon general. For local hotels the Law and the rules now say no Cha insured property May rent its rooms for a period of less than 30 Days unless it was doing so on or before May 28, 19s4 the Amend ment was proposed in Congress. And even if transient rental is permitted it applies Only to the rooms which were being rented to transients on or before that Date. Further it is specified that the project must have had the Fhay a v Rotten consent for its transient operations or it must be located in an area which the Cha says is a resort area. The Agency has drawn up a four Point definition of resort areas Hving to do with vacation facilities fluctuation of population other vacation hostelries nearby und variations in room rent rates irom one season to another. Big cities which May see a lot of vacationers but also have plenty of business for business Sake do not count As resorts for example new York and Washington several prosecutions Pera fing if Cha finds a violation of its rules it advises the landlord and directs him to cease forthwith. If he does not. The Case goes to the Justice department for pres ecu Tion several cases Are now pending. The theory behind the ban is the Cha insurance programs have been set up to encourage permanent housing for the country the Cha does not insure Mort Gates on hotels motels or the like. The hotel people say it is unfair for them to have to compete with housing which has been financed with government support the Cha took up its fight in 1950. Two years later the Cha rul d that if government insured Ipar ments were to he rented furnished. The landlord had to sign an agreement not to rent to transients. The Cha feels the 1954 a mend Nunt to the Law adequately takes car of the situation. A a a Fly Tately �11�11 a a a i und tar pin in High performance the Navy and Mcdon a Ell aircraft corp. Of st. Louts announced june 22 delivery to Navy first f3h-2n Demon a powerful new a Anglo Jet Carrier based fighter. New Demon is first plane to have Navy a Gray and White color treatment. Powered with a 10.000-Pound Turbo Jet. Demon is an Alt weather. High performance fighter. Nea telephoto. Highpoint news by mrs. F. E. Biddy special Index correspondent guest in the Home of her parents or and mrs. Charlie Cor Gili were mrs. Betty Barri hand children of bolder Colo. Visitors in the w. B. Corgill norne were or and mrs. Jim Cor quot ill of Amarillo. Or and mrs. A m Corgill of White City or. Ard mrs Royal King or. And i quot Joe b. King or and mrs Charlie Corgill and mrs. Betty Parrish and children of bolder. House guests of or. And mrs. Allen Jones were or and mrs Fugent Dill and daughters who also visited in the Home of his Parent near Chillicothe and with the j. B goo sons at panted. Dill i on vacation until july 5. House guests of or. And mrs Cecil Gardner were their grandchildren. Mary and Carolyn Lucks of Hart. Visiting with mrs. B of Blanton 4 Mother in Childress were or. Blanton and mrs Cecil Gardner Reed it guests of or. And mrs. N b Snider of the Union Flat Community were or. And mrs. Eugeni Statham and a on and or. My mrs d c. Heck a Thorn. Or. End mrs. Floyd Biddy visited in Memphis with or and mrs Homer Jones and children Char Lotta Ann and Cathy Fyfe s brother Dies in Amarillo Hospital e. Fyfe jr., brother of Stan lev Fyfe Childress resident died late monday afternoon in an Arn Anilo Hospital. Fife was owner of the Fyfe Cement and a Supply company in Amarillo. Funeral services will be wednesday at 2.30 of clock at the Polk Street methodist it Hurch survivors include his wife i quot Mother. Mrs. C. F Fyfe. Or. And Ivo Brothers Stanley and Fred Fyfe of Amarillo the Dollar value of u. S. Farm i exports was up 15 per cent in the lust fight months of the turn it year compared with a year Eaither Roz Russell is spinster in new movie by Aline Mosby Hollywood a if a rus Ell the glamorous horse Ard musical Cha changed into a h Ster with wrinkles ant he hair for a movie get bored fast talking Rozy most recent roles were in two musical a wonderful town on Broadway and a Btl quot girl Rinh quot for the movies. But Friday i found the one time sorg and Danee Queen wearing an ill fitting dress and a mop of Unco bed hair for her return to teavy drama in a picnic a stars Are afraid to do this a the actress said As she sat in her dressing room and stared it herself in the Mirror. Quot they photograph me terribly in this picture. I push my face into my neck and 1 frown quot she boomed and made faces at herself the Mirror a some Hod asked my Why the Heck in a doin., Titis. Well. In be never worried much about my looks and you get so darned bored if you stay with one Type of role a the biggest Box office stars done to have much looks really you can t Call Marlon Brando hand ome or Jimmy it Agney. Quot furthermore this is a mature role and some actresses u to reins to admit they re rowing it id re pathetic. For gods Sake act your age a Bose clothes for Columbia s movie version of the Broadway play v a re carefully mad it not to fit. The Waist of her cheap powder Blue suit was hiked up in the Hack ind the skirt was quot Cut All wring so wears junk jewelry and i found these wonderful s3 shoes a Ith i a tor m sole and ankle quot pm supposed to be a Man hungry old maid who s after we la am Holden a she explained quot for Many scenes i Wear no make up and my hair is up a a curlers so 1 look like a pin head the movie company headed by Broadt a director Josh Logan this is his first film in 20 years sent uncomfortable weeks on a Kansas location trying to work amidst Tornado thunderstorm and Hail stones unfortunately it ome townspeople who watch the quot hooting thought miss Russ i looked homely not on purpose. "1 got a registered letter from a woman who said it was hear or Kim the Way in be let my quot Elf go the actress said with a Lusty Bot although quot he knows some v ill he a horrified to see it n picnic a she prefers the role to the quot career a a a Man parts the still Art offered her. Quot i did nothing but career to me for 19 films quot she said. I always had nine phones and the same desk the same desk in All those pictures. Quot and the same backdrop behind the office window of the Empire state building. They always it it me on the 4 the floor of Rock Feller Center. A i never even had qty wardrobe fitted. I d just Call the designer and say Well Here a the it in pm. Another piece of Jurk. So make four suits and a Negligee for the crying prices Capr buffaloes Are africans most deadly and vindictive animals. Says the National geographic society. Wounded they have been known to ambush Hunters. Not Content with killing their victims they Trun i them with a Sharp hoofs Penney s. Explosive at further reductions remain for the last 4-Days of our dynamite our entire Stock is a blare with yellow Sale tags showing How much you save plus double Frontier stumps wednesday remember Only 4-Days left to save Money in every Price Sale always a st Quatt tvs end of month ladies better dresses values to 2,12.95 2" diapers $1 66 nothing to buy $27.50 men s Samsonite 2 Suiter $19.98 electric Percolator $19.95 35mm camera with Flash att. $10.95 Kitchen step Stool $ 9.95 ice Cream Freezer double Stamps wednesday Only on All purchases free saturday july 2nd just Register your name each Day of the Sal if you wish Register Only once each Day Pillow cases 2 f.,74� Garza limit Birdseye Doz. 1 Garza sheets $.59 81x99 limit door Crasher 60 gauge 15 denier sheer Nylon hosiery door Crasher printed 80 Square Percale boys girls shoe sandals oxfords White amp Browns a to $4.95 values $,.00 $.38 $#�.44 $298 36" chambray solid amp printed patterns 20� Yard Quadriga fabrics 3$.00 yes. Reg. 49c cd pairs Yard boys briefs Broadcloth front knit Back Reg. 49c a sue Beautiful first duality sheer nylons at wonderful savings. There re full fashioned and come in summer shades sizes 81 to 11. Prints of every color and description prints for your every sewing need All typical examples of Fine Penney Quality. They Are High count Percale in Crystal Clear colors. Machine Wash b i e. Boy s sturdy 8 of. Western women s better summer Blue jeans dresses heavy duty Zipper Sanford Zed $149 50c men s socks 3 to a Dickie s Khaki pants shirts $3.95 b8 pants amp $3.50 $#�.44 shirts. Boat sail Drill pockets. Sizes 6 to 16 $ repriced in three groups 3 4 9 knit briefs for men $4.00 for undershirts Reg. 59c value 3$�.�� for training boy s i sport socks pants White a Reg. 35c colors 3 pairs 10� a 39" Brown Muslin 17c Yard i limit men s to shirts 3 for $1.00 for men group 1 to $3.95 values group 2 to $6.95 values dress draws for men 88 to $4.95 values. A ladies dresses sacrificed new Spring and summer frocks in one and two piece 5tyles�?savings up to 60�o off. Former values up to s099 s99sc88 $16.95 while they last a a w shoes for women girls group 1 casuals amp dress n $6.95 values $1 99 1 group 2 sandals casuals to $6.95 values s.44 a group 3 All types a $6.95 to $10.95 $�.88 a values. A men s Short sleeve Cotton an All purpose warm weather shoe for casual Knock about Wear indoors and out. Ziangos White red amp multicolour. Sizes 4 to 10. Prints amp Plain colors. Sizes Small medium and Large. S100 men s shoes Odd group Jarman broken sizes City club values to $12.95 4a a a i pc Jarman s for men dress oxfords values to $0.88 $14.95 values to $18.95 boys Wear 49c knit 4% briefs Foi $1.98 sport a shirts Small boys sport shirts for 1 $2.98 Loffer $1 jeans 1.99 79c�?89c�?98c values piece goods All kinds to choose 2$.00 Yards a a up to $1.49 Yard fabrics 69� cd. Blouses skirts $2.98 blouses -$1.99 $3.95 blouses $7.88 $4.95 skirts $3.68 pants khakis $2� $�1.97 shirts a men s 89c Hanes knit Csc briefs 00

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