Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on May 3, 1972 · Page 2
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2 PAMM DART NJWS PAMPA, TEXAS «•« Wednesday, M«yJ, mi ^ 6?o0. Wallace Urges Texans To Help Him Win Delegates HOUSTON (APi - Alabama Gov. George Wallace, abandoning for the moment his third 0wty effort in this state, spent Tuesday tiring Texans to help him garner delegates in Saturday's Democratic primary. Wallace made airport speeches to large crowds in Corpus Christ! and Beaumont Tuesday before winding up before an overflow crowd in Houston's 3.000 seat Music Hall Tuesday night. At all three stops he urged followers to vote in the Democratic primary, then take part in the precinct conventions Saturday night which are the first step in choosing the state's delegation to the Democratic Convention. "I want you to send them a message from the precincts here in Texas." Wallace said at every stop. "I hope you'll go to the precinct conventions on May 6. because that's the only way you can help our cauae and your cauae. and when you go there and elect delegates for George Wallace...you'll send them a menage that's going to shake their eyeteeth and give them the Saint Vttua Dance." Later at a news conference Wallace was asked if he was asking his American Party supporters, who are holding a convention next Saturday, to get Wallace on the American Party ticket in November, to abandon their efforts and instead participate in the Democratic primary. -I'm not asking anybody to abandon anything. I appreciate the fact that the American Party members got me on the ballot in Texas in I9M. I hope that people who are supporting me in this present primary campaign go to the Democratic precinct conventions. "But for people who supported and helped me before who want to carry on their party, they have a perfect right to do that and I appreciate the fact that they helped me In t*M." The Alabama governor drew cheers at all three stops with a slinging attack on school bus- Ing, calling it "as asinine, cruel and callous a thing aa the federal government has ever done." During his Corpus Christ! talk. Wallace was intermittently heckled by a group carrying signs advocating the candidacy of Sen. George McGovern and by members of a Mexican-American youth organization. One long-haired college student claimed he was slugged by a Wallace supporter. In Houston there was one isolated incident when someone in the audience shouted. "Get out of Vietnam." The shout went unnoticed by Wallace. Mainly About People Gen* Mi P*k> fete. III! Charles. ll-ye«ri ammmlxkin New tMnp. oW thingi, women's clothing sitM 1-7. furniture, musical instrumenu. booki. etc. Item* added each hour all week. Open I a.m. thru May 7. (Adv.) Gem* Sate: 101 N. Welh. Thursday and Friday. (Adv.» •MM Terrier to give away. iMN.Chriaty.tAdv.i StnafasiMy gang* sale. It's big! Wednesday thru Saturday. 721 N. Faulkner, i Adv. i Jae Hatk, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Roth. MS Sunset Drive, was recently initiated into Phi Alpha Theta. international honor society in history. Joe is a student at Baylor University at Waco. ItegMratlM for Girl Scout Day Camp will continue until Thursday. May 4. at the Girl Scout office, second floor. City Hall. The fee is 94. for scouts and $5. for non-scouts BINGO WlNNER-Mr C.J. Brock 910 South Banks. Pampa was the only winner in last week s Newspaper Bingo game. Brock is shown receiving $50 in Bingo Bucks from Karl Parks manager of White's Auto Store. Be sure to pick up the Red Bingo Cards being given out by participating merchants this week. You may be awinner! .Staff Photo, TOP SCHOLARS—The top 10 students for the graduating Senior Class of '72 were named Monday night at the honors banquet. Top boys, going up the stairs at left, are Craig Wilborn. valedictorian: Laird Ellis. Jerry Kelley, Jim Sweet and Tom L. Watson. Top gi'rls completing the Top 10 list are. going up the stairs. Gail Duncan, salutatorian: Cheryl Jamison. Martha Colville. Mary Beth Karr and Patrice White. (Staff Photo by John Eblingi On The Record TUESDAY Admissions Mrs. Honey Davis. Modesto, Calif. Mrs. Dorothy Burrell. 1128 Sirroco. Mrs. Shirley Jean Hutchinson. 120 N. Nelson. Mrs. Florabell Davis. 926 Mary Ellen. Baby Girl Burrell. 1128 Sirroco. Mrs. Clara E. Jones. 1006 E. Fisher. John H. Ray. 408 E. Louisiana. Mrs. Mary Leoris Kimbley. Lefors. Stock Market Quotations Tk* lolM.-ui( II a.m. Cakago Eichaait li»« tank (umrn are furaithtd kr ite Anarilto oftim o» Merrill. Line*. P(tm. FeMcrutfSmltk. IK. Prn. CIMC Ofra Hlfk Uw Lait Fek. M.M 8.M H.H H.M U.M April D.M JJI7 a.H ».« M.tl Jut MH H.U J»U H.U U.M AU|. M.77 M.M M.l> M.71 M.7* Oct. n.u n«7 ii.7i uu tin OK. U.M H.47 MM M.4I ll.U The lolkwiaf II a.m. iraka •uoUlioni are finished by Wheeler Grain of Pampa. Wheat .......................... ll.47Bu. Mllo ............................ II.Mcwt Tie follevlaf quotation too* (he range within which theae Mcgrlliei could have krea IriOd al Ike lime of compilation. Amarei ..................... II US B.I.I .......................... »'« l'< Franklin Lile ................ »'< MS Gibraltar Lile ................ J 1 . IS Ky. Cent. Life ................. I t'i Nat. Old Line ................. t>« IS Repub. Nail. Life ............ ll'i ll'i Southland Finance ........... M M>i So. Wett. Life ................ *•« tTt Stratford IS I The following lt:M N.Y. itock market quotation! are furnlihed by the Pampa office of Schneider Bernet H ickman. Inc. American tel and Tel Cahol Celanne Cities Service DIA DPA General Ekclric General Motors Gull Oil Goodyear inn Penney 's Phillips PNA Sears Roehuck Shelly Standard Oil ol Indiana Standard Oil ol New Jersey Southwestern Public Service swc Tesaco U.S. Steel O 4* II 17'i !*». IS M 7I 1 . .... 5S JH. Mt'i §4*4 f7'i its IW'4 4I'4 us 7»'4 IJ'4 II H". ll'i SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier in Pampa and RTZtl.75 per munlh. $5.25 per 3 months. 110 50 per 6 months. $21.00 per year, liy molor route $1.75 per month. By niail in KT2 JI3 per year. By mail mail outside KTY, 119.50 per year and HT2. Single copy 10 cents daily 15 cents Sunday. Published daily except Saturday by the Pampa Daily News Alchison and Somerville' Pampa. Texas 79065. Phonr 669-2525 all departments. Enterei as second class matter under the act March 9. 1878. Milling your Dolly Newt? Dial 669-3525 before 7 p.m. weekdayi, 10 a.m. Sunday! GRAY COUNTY REPUBLICAN PRIMARY ELECTION POLUNJLEUCEaUfeiv 6, 1972 Police Search Retarded Children's Unit Farpnthnld SPM Chance For intruder Asks Trip Contributions . rdrenmuiu sees i>iuuu,e For Political Coup Of Decade .... f ....... f~i*t in UMIanH til Mrs. IMorma Ruth Pulps. 1211 Hamilton. Mrs. Anna Bernice Goodlett. 2125 Dogwood. Lewis F. Meers. Pampa. Mitchel Calvin Hill. 820 E. Browning. James R. McDonald. 1817 N. Nelson. Mrs. Dena Lee Gates. 316 S. Houston. Dismissals John T. Sims. Pampa. Rose Ann Nichols. 601 Plains. Thad Murphy. Pampa. Joe Gordzelik Jr.. 2213 N. Zimmers. James A. Morgan. 833 S. Gray. Mrs. Ruby Wampler. 2116 Lynn. Tyanna Griffin. Stinnett Ralph Allison. Panhandle. Mrs. Florence Dodson. Miami. Mrs. Mary Flaherty. 939 S. Hobart. Eugene Inklebarger. 1109 E. Harvester. Mrs. Elsie Langley. McLean. Baby Girl Langley. McLean. Charles Martin. 1212 E. Browning. Mrs. Edna Riggs. 1932 N. Christy. Baby Boy Riggs. 1932 N. Christy. Mrs. Elsie E. Stephens. 1408 E. Browning. Mike L. Shedeck. 621'z Lowry. Mrs. Mabel Boyd. Skellytown. Mrs. Corinne Bell. 509 Doucette. Miss Lyla Beth Gage. 710 N. Russell. Mrs. Peggy L. Eckroat. 517 Lowry. Mrs. Laverne J. Furr. 332 N. Stunner. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Tommy G. Burrell. 1128 Sirroco. on the birth of a girl at 12:39 p.m. weighing 5 Ibs.. 5 ozs. Steel Elected To PIF Board C. E. (Gene) Steel, manager of Celanese Chemical Co.. was elected today to membership on the Pampa Industrail Foundation board of directors. Steel was named at a meeting of the board in the chamber of commerce offices. He will serve the unexpired term of the late Gordon Lyons. By AsMdated Press Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Frances Farenthold contends her candidacy has the potential "to pull off the political coup of this decade" and Gov. Preston Smith has claimed Lt. Gov. Ben Barnes' ship is "sinking fast." State Rep. Farenthold told a wildly cheering Houston crowd Tuesday night that the Barnes ranks are "split asunder and characterized by worry and confusion and rightfully so. for the voters have been made aware of his failure to protect the public interest." She described Barnes as the -boy wonder who has been groomed, pampered and protected by those who need special privileges from the state." Mrs. Farenthold pledged to fiph? for a "people's government." declaring "we seek one class of citizenship for all and one system of justice for all." She added. "We have within our grasp the ability to pull off the political coup of this decade." Discounting Gov. Smith's candidacy, she told the crowd of about 7.000 persons; "you have a choice between a wheeler-dealer from Brownwood l Barnes' home town t. a bowl of Pablum from Uvalde (candidate Dolph Briscoe's home) and me. with all my imperfections." Meanwhile, some 2.000 persons crowded around a lagoon at San Antonio's convention center Tuesday night for a Barnes rally complete with ma- riachi serenaders and a fireworks display shaped like Texas. Barnes chided two of his opponents. Smith and Briscoe. for refusing to debate with him on a common platform. Smith told a Galveston rally that Barnes is dropping behind in the race and in Houston asserted that Barnes had supported a state sales tax on food and medicine as well as a two- cent gasoline tax which Smith claims he blocked. Smith said he will appear on 17 television stations at various times Thursday night to "detail my position concerning the financing of state government next year and my opposition to the imposition of any new taxes." Brisco said in Gainesville he would work to eradicate the fire ant threat, "as we did the screwworm." if he is elected governor. He said Texas has made no request so far to participate in 17.6 million appropriated by Congress to fight the fire ant. In the Republican race for governor. Dave Reagan said in Odessa that the campaigns of two of his opponents. Sen. Hen-, ry Graver and Albert Fay. "have reached an all-time low for Republican gubernatorial candidates." Reagan said Graver continues to refuse to disclose his finances, and Fay's people "have been vainly investigating my background for something to tear down and destroy my reputation and integrity." Gas Pipeline Explosion Victim In Much Improved Condition A Pampa boy burned in a gas pipeline explosion April 2 is reported to be in much improved condition at the Shriner's Burn Institute in Galveston. Jackie Remy, 7. is expected to remain at the hospital for another three to four months, where he,is being treated for burns to 80 per cent of his body. His father Dale, also injured in the explosion, north of Pampa was released Saturday evening from Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo, where he and his son had been admitted after the explosion. Jackie was transferred to the Galveston hospital April 10 through the help of the Shriners Club. His parents visited him this past weekend and reported he was doing fine. He is in a ward and is currently attending school at the institute. Although he has many bandages and has to wear a mask for burns on the face, he is able to get up and walk around, his father said. In addition to other treatment he is also undergoing physical therapy treatment. His parents are thankful of the help they received, particularly from the Amarillo and Pampa Shriners Clubs and the phone calls and contributions from others. Persons wishing to write Jackie or send him a card may do so by addressing thus: Jackie Remy. Shriners Burn Institute. Room 311. 610 Ave B. Galveston. Texas. 77S50. Graver said in Midland that Barnes is "the No. I horse of the Lyndon Johnson machine" and that Briscoe is "the No. 2 horse." The governor "also has to take his place in the stable." he said. Fay announced the endorsement of his candidacy by Mrs. Byron Fullerton. wife of the GOP candidate in 1970 for lieutenant governor. Another Republican candidate. Tom McElroy. said in Dallas that Texas should not wait for a constitutional amendment against forced school busing. "I think Texas should already have passed some laws to provide the courts a test on grounds other than perpetuating dual school systems, which is really all the courts have ruled upon thus far. and which is not a case in point in Texas." McElroy said. Two Democratic candidates for lieutenant governor. State Sens. Ralph Hall and Joe Christie, accused a rival. Bill Hobby, for "inconsistency" and for "attempting to buy his way" into off ice. Hall said in Dallas that Hobby tells television audiences he will declare all-out war on drugs, but told University of Texas students "he favors legalizing the private use and possession of marijuana. "If Bill Hobby wants to be a good lieutenant governor, honestly, then he should say the same thing in Houston, or Abilene, or Luboock that he says in Austin." Hall said. Hall said he opposes legalization of marijuana. Hobby has said before East Texas audiences that his newspaper editorials beat the Texas Water Plan in 1969 while his mother. Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby, told crowds in the Panhandle that the Houston Post's opposition to the plan was her decision alone. Hall said. Christie said in Laredo. "My opponent Hobby is a classic example of a rich boy who wants - something so badly and thinks money can buy anything. "Hobby has supported more - Republicans for important offices than Democrats. walked into a home in south Pampa last night and demanded money of the woman present. According to the report of investigating officers, she told him she had no money. He told her he would be back and left. Officers patrolled the area carefully but found no trace of the man. Authorities theorize he might have been a railroad hobo. Murder Charge Filed Against Pasadena Man HOUSTON IAP) - Murder charges were filed Tuesday night against a Pasadena man accused in the death of one of seven young girls whose decomposed bodies have been found in the Houston area since last summer. The complaint accuses Henry Doyle Shuflin Jr.. 22. in the death of Allison Craven. 13. who disappeared from her apartment home last Nov. 9. Her body was found Feb. 25 in a field near Pearland. Tex. This was the fourth time that Sheriff C. V. Kern has said he holds a prime suspect in custody. The other three times the men were released after it was determined they were innocent. According to investigating officers. Shuflin gave them an oral statement about the death of Miss Craven. They were taking a written statement from him when a lawyer, appointed by the court after Shuflin was charged, arrived and talked with Shuflin. After confering with the lawyer. Shuflin said he didn't want to talk about the case any more. "I am emotionally sick and very frightened and am easily pressured, so please do not question me anymore unless my attorney is present." Shuf- lin said. Deputies said Shuflin had been under psychiatric care for several months. The word terrier is from the Latin word meaning earth, signifying that type of dog's habit of digging into the earth to rout its animal quarry. The Gray County Retarded Children's Association met last night at 7:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church to discuss ways and means for financing the annual children's vacation at Camp Wigwam in Amarillo. Mrs. Doris Friend, secretary, stated there would be at least 12 students going to the camp. This is a highlight each year for the children's group, she said. The camp is tentatively scheduled for June 18-24. Cost of the camp fee is MO per child. The members decided to make an appeal to civic groups, auxiliary groups, individuals, foundations and businesses to help finance the cost of the vacation so that no child is refused admission. Ab Conway. president of the association, requested that contributions be sent to the following: Mrs. Doris Friend. 100 E. 25th St.. Pampa. Texas. 79085. Ear) Davis, c-o KPDN Radio. GRAND OPENING SPECIAL! (COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY HIM) "SAVE** ON Df VELOflNO AND MINTINO KODACOLOR u i^r. *2.4V KODACOLOR 20 i^^. *3-49 KODACHROME 3. IM-™ ')•** KODACHROME 20 hvMum, IMM land SuMr I MM Mtwi* M.lt ' "SNAPSHOTS All OUI lUilNIM" PAMPA PHOTO 11120 N. Hobart M9-22U WHITE* Auto Service STORES. INC Front End Alignment! Come In Now! FRONT END ALIGNMENT CHECK Tikes Only Minutes! MOSt Arnenun Ciis Torsion Bars $2 Extra HERE'S WHAT WE DO: • Correct Caster, Camber! • Set Toe-In To Factory Specifications! • Inspect, Adjust Steering! Correct alignment assure* over-nil operulinK stability, more tire mileage, easier steer- straighler, surer stops. ALL WORK DONE BY EXPERTS ALL WORK GUARANTEED. WHITE 1500 N. Hobort Huges Bldg. Pampa. Texas. 79065. Ab Conway. 2245 Christine. Pampa. Texas 79065. Camp Wigwam is a summer camp (or mentally retarded boys and girls, where children can spend a full week being happy and carefree and helping each other and learning skills. Conway said. Children of any race may attend and should be at least 12 years old or older. Eight students attended last year and the association hopes there will be more than the 12 students already enrolled. A brochure on Camp Wigwam will be mailed to any parent or person by contacting any of the above persons or the Top 0' Texas Kiwanis Club. Marat!** Oil Closet DowiTilM Office HOUSTON (API - Marathon Oil Co. said Tuesday it is closing down its Tulsa. Okla.. offices and consolidating them with its Houston offices. Obituaries MRS. RUTH KATE WILLIAMS Funeral services for Mrs. Ruth Kate Williams. 74. 1116 Garland, who died Tuesday at Highland General Hospital, will be held Friday at 10 a.m. in the Carmichael-Whatley Colonial Chapel with Rev. C. Gordon Bayless. interim pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. Mrs. Williams was born Dec. 13.1897 at Abilene and had been a Pampa resident since 1930. Her husband. Robert, died in 1968. Survivors include a daughter. Mrs. E. A. Myatt of Pampa: two brothers. Robert A. Rose of Lubbock and B. W. Rose of Pampa: and two grandchildren. FREDW.MOUSER Funeral services for Fred Worth Mouser. 72. who died Tuesday in Highland General Hospital, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the Carmichael-Whatley Colonial Chapel with Rev. Charlie Moore of Ft. Worth, officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. . A native of Houston. Mr. Mouser came to Pampa 30 years ago. Survivors include his wife. Cleva: a daughter. Mrs. Dorothy Carmichael of Denver: two sisters. Mrs. L. H. Carmichael of Clarendon and Mrs. lola Vaughan of Springhill, La.: four brothers. Floyd Mouser of Springhill. J. L. Caswell of Houston. C. E. Caswell of Baytown and Marvin Caswell of Oxnard. Calif.: one grandchild and two great-grandchildren. Pampa s Lcad FUNERAL DIRECTORS 665-2323 Governor Preston Smith serves. For you, • Preston Smith stopped the Sales Tax on food, medicine, and farm equipment. • Preston Smith stopped an increase in the gasoline tax. • Preston Smith rejected an unnecessary personal income tax. For Texas, • Preston Smith helped provide more funds for industrial development than any two governors before him. • Preston Smith helped establish more new state colleges and universities than all previous governors combined. • Preston Smith initiated the first comprehensive program to fight drug abuse in Texas. • Preston Smith helped develop the most progressive salary schedule for teachers in the nation. Re-elect Governor Preston Smith and help him keep your taxes down. Adv. Paid by CommittM to ra-oUct •rtsten Smith, Mickey Smith, Chm.)

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