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Strict Control Pesticide Us eightlessness May Still Cause Says Astronauts' Doctor WASHINGTON (UPD-Author-' " f)l;sTON? . Trx. fUPM - Thr ' Manned Spacecraft Center, where b : o!c g '.st Richr.l en-son cniir,,] „,. ; Astronauts' dodor rnutioned today i he is medical operations chief, day for strict control nf aerial "''"" "'-''-'.hil^-Mir ss may rrcate "Not with anything we have p." '"'-'c spray'nR as a first step (rn "l>lcsome medical problems on learned can we say that man im;i- ''"'"''I' '""S spare flights despite | can'l fly in space. But we still toward dcilin-j with " tion of the environment." : the success of U.S. manned or- into longer missions. One is the loss of calcium from the bones and its "mobilization" in the blood and urine. "We want to know what the problem would \ L&gal Publication ORDINANCE NO. 695 KTATJ-: >>!•• TK.VAS ,, d if.vrv OK i;i:.\ v i \ CITY Ml-' I-A MI'A i , AV "l;|j|.v.\xi-|,; CM.|,r\,; \ \ KI.KCTln.V Fni; 'nii;' pi',.. fofi: rip A.MK.vfi[.s-i; 'nu' I'liAU'i'ioii nv TIH-: CITV M|. ; PAMPA. TI-:XA.-- ro J'I:/)\-MII.; Till 1 : MKTIIflli UK \'iiTn,-; «\ •i'nr: c(i.\i.\n,ssii),\i.;i!,s MI-- -rur ''ITV MK PAMPA. TNXAS \M) T<> puovini.; ,.-,,,. - nn , ; ,,.|-.,:.,.. Tio.v u|.' .\ .\(AV(ir: PUD -I-I-'M. VvV' : .r AX " "'''"'••• I! MATTI'ISS AMI THIXU.S. AM>. a i.ptliir.n li.iy rallM a« an KI-I of ri-,» riivi ^fiftl Con',lni^^,o|, r.' i',, r ,-.;,.- ,,f! 'JO 1 H P»mt.:i. Ti-xaj a-, |,rn- i,l»r| hv YEAR THE PAMPA DAILY MEWS THURSDAY. JUNE S, 19S3 PASSKI) AXri APPIirivKli I'n 1 31A Elec. Confrocfing 3IA SO Buildinq Suppllei 17 50 si-, on.I rr-a'llns thi- |i;ih d.iv of Ma rn.:!. I \>st'.t> A VI' A ri'i:< >\'i ;i, '",|rd nadine tin* :'1--t .).,,- ,,f Ma APIT.IAVCI: iM'i'.ui: I! a,.I l: m.-'.'Ot'V!' CKVTK'l MD r.-.-.l i:. I7U Al'-'i-k 32A General Service 3?j I'M-' ill ^ \ I 1 :H" I'itv S'CV'Mi', |-v .Il|!i» fi 3t«l l.'itll prnMoms of mnfl-ni life " .l>'''il '-ncraiions to dale Miss Cirson, author nf ihr sellcr "Silent Spring," also u: Dr. rp".p i goin;; to be a problem" for s A. B?rry. u-ho was nv'ronauts during and after flight. ... - '"'" '•• fiorHnn ( - nr) n- Berry said there were no seri- n 'strong and mirrmill.in i eifoi-r i f^ medical welfare rim in- his . mis problems to limit man's abil- to reduce and ultimn'cly plimi-; :)Mimir fi; ( :lu. said physiolofiiod Miv in space at the 166-mile mi'? "pjsticides^lhat leave |,,ng-; efforts of lotvj weightless periods j heiflhls and for the durations they la^.ns residues." ; may n^ke it ncres-nry to equip , hswe been achieving. He said the !>li£_lo.d a Senate government § Inns-pnd-.irnnrc vehicles, like ' i,me had come from the medical operations subcommittee siurlyinj? spare :;•,:-,!,, w ,.b artificial viewpoint to "commit man to P"".cr.,s (ha. ,sh, cotiM -s-" n, , ! ,,v,: > dc-.ices. longer flights." other v.-*y to control (| 1P nipMly ]-| e indir-.H h, favored one Conferences are being held be- sp...>.(,irq coniamna'.nn of -r. ;,„,„„ P^ject Merrurv orh-'al tween spacecraft center officials fhrW r, > S:iir ' " :K! " of lonccr (l " rafi " n lhan and NASA hcads in Washington animnl life " '"" ' ' i C ' 10p ° r ' S ln Cnn!il11ltl " 1P s «T-by-! ilvs week on whether to schedule Ness C-ir'^n pave the cnh-om S ° P bl ", lt!l!p °' ''"^ledge about one more Mercury flipht that don't know whether zero gravity j be over a long period, say in a ','!,';;'' wllh '/'''' ''">' sV,'l-L'!!!ry''of'' f ii,n is onin-r In rio » nmM*m" fnr ennro efatlnn " D-__.. __:j :„.' V, ,. ''"'ni»'. Tfx:iN. n i|iii-stl'.i-' mittee. haacbil by Sen. Ahrnham A. Ribic'iff. D CDJIII.. for-/--, "V- retary of h»alth, edit, v ton an:l wel'irc (HF.W). a rutv'"\\ M ,„, evidence that poisonous psMirnlps could tra\?l great ilis'iincrs m the atmosphere. She said llicy hnd li"^n f.i',-vl In "the oil of fish (ha! live far at sea," and iKi! some dc;?i". v.s found in drinking water miuhi affect the human dmes'ive ti >••( "so (hat it more readily ahs"ibs cancer-caus'n 1 : ch?m'nls." In prepared testimony Mi • s Carson declared that the p'-r,b' -,n "is one thai must be solved m our time," and "a bos'r.r, r.s p" be made on it now — in ih:s session of Congress." f ' m " p,i'o\ ity-frep e::istrnre. ; would be an open end mission— "We are no' seisin': up straw slayins aloft as long as safe for mm so nn '••r.'vk them astronaut and spacecraft. B'.-rrv sr. ; d in an inter- Berry described two possible ef- at the Nation;-.! Aoron.-nitirs forts of weightlessness that will and Spare AdiivniMraln.in (NASA) be of concern as astronauts head TRADE TA'.KS OPEN TOKYO (UPH — Annual trad;' ta'ks be'ucen the Benelux roun- tries and Japan opened \Vednes-! day at the foreign office here. The Benelux countries are Belgium. Luxembourg and The Netherlands. The talks are expected to last two wec'is. MOXKV \VITIl A MnsSAGK--One-peso banknotes being (•imitated in Cuba l>v the underground carry the following overprinting: "Valueless for food . . . Valueless for clothing . . . Ik'cansc communism is hunger, misery and clostriicl.'on . . . This is the work of the great tra'itor." P(;-se?siuii (,[ the notes poses a problem: If they're taken to a bank, bearer may be accused of collaboration with the resistance. If attempt is made to spend the money bearer is, in effect, collaborating. If money is destroyed, bearer takes, the loss. Bill is shown as it appeared in Free Cuba News. THE PAPER BOY'S LAMENT By Loi.s M, Reed I \vont to the door — il \vas \\'ednfsday night. Had hoped to qollect. though with hopes not bright. "No money tonight," was the lady's reply; "Come back tomorrow." I left with a sigh. I know I seemed sad; 'twas the fifth in a row Who told me the same; in plain English: "Go Blow!" Please don't get nv wrong; this doesn't mean you, If you're one of my nice ones—I have quite a few Who are always so pleasant, they pay me on time; Wednesday or Thursday — and tip me a dime. Some pay ahead a month or six weeks.-. Those are the kind every paper boy s'ec'ks. I have others who tell me: "If I've gone away, In an envelope hidden, you'll find your pay." If everyone paid me a few weeks ahead, I'd have time for homework; on air I would tread. So—T come hack on Thursday. It's always the same: "We get paid on Friday." It seems like a game. On Friday, I hopefully start out again, But everyone's shopping. I've done what I can. You all say "Come Friday." Well, figure it out. One hundred ruslotners, scattered about. Five minutes it takes — at least, for each one. To collect them all Friday just couldn't be done. Five hundred minutes! Fight hours! No pun. 1 can't start, 'till five—I'd get through about one. On Saturday morning, I start out at eight. The first one's not up---the next —I'm too late. The late sleepers curse me—the others are gone. "Oops—sorry—1 walked on your lawn." "Come back after noon—our check's not cashed yet," So I call back at one—here's what happens, you bet! It's the fourth time I've tried—I'm met at the door, By an irate old lady. "Leave the paper no more!" "You must be afraid that you won't get your money. If you're thai anxious, we're through with you, Sonny!" There! I've lost another! My boss will be furious. What can I do 0 I'm really quite curious. I went out one night; made thirty-five calls. What with people not home and along with the "stalls," There were seven who paid. That leaves twenty-eight. I'll IK> out all night if they pay at this rate. My folks are broke loo. (They borrow from me If they have, to, to pay the carrier's fee.) I check out my book; my day is all shot. I'm in a foul mood; no more money I've got. My earnings from last week, I put in the cup To make up the ones who didn't pay up. My collecting is done now; at least for three days. I've earned my three cents—aren't there easier ways? I Jove this here route. To pass papers I'm glad. Except for mean dogs—and they really aren't bad. But colled ing! 1 dread it! I practically shudder. I know I'll catch heck, one way or anudder. Reprinted from NATIONAL PUBLISHER Magazine June 1963 $ nutpa iaih| News space station," Berry said. Another possible effect is hypo tension, a sort of "wooziness" ; J like that which affects persons who get up after being bedridden. ! .-halt ""• Tr%! ""'Farmers in Texas Get Lower Prices Than May, 1962 AUSTIN (UPI)-Texas farmers got lower prices during May for all their farm products in comparison with the previous month and with May of last year, the 1 .in i Inclion l,p , ;, ||f.r| i 'h.iii.-r nf Hi* flM h' l ,-i naf 11 r s^i f,,, CITY UK 'I'AMi'A. TKXA';-': (••«••. 'I-,,i I Thai Hie r>(-tulon« afior dtio | (•on-,i,.J< mi Inn. ;, r ,. |,,. r , ,, v ,-„„,,,, ,,, j l"> valitl ninl stiffi.-ir.nl ,,, P\,T\ r.-- MX 1 ';! as provi,l,.,| hv Aril.-In I]i;-, ,,f of TfiXB. 1 ". I II Tlint a s|,.,-lal ninni. ipal «!. I ec'lon I": hf.|i| on (hi. :i||, ,la.\- of .[,,K TO IUY — TO SELL OR TRADE Phone MO 4-2525 PAMPA DAILY NEWS 9 A.M. !• th» Oa|r> '••I- all i'-,,. ^ s I. ';,|,i, ( "'•_><• 32B Uoholstering 32B j A.AA, UPHOLSTESY i _ F>fioi-h an,I (•!»[>»,r : Bnimmett's Upholstery I plastic*. Polyfoam, fabrim hv ih« HOUSTON LUMBER CO n vr Fo«t»' \tA i «t«t A •'.•Ti'li f. '"til", ~ .ild "••,]:•<•"" E' iin 'f '!<>'.• II 1 "- r i-,o--!i,^ .' j'i. )l. ror,l.1,'t I. W. TINNEY LUMBER AND SUPPLY Builders SO-B RALPH H. BAXTER C"VTl; y.'T, n; \ \i, IHM.IiK HALL &! JONES BUILDERS — 34 Radio Lab 34 ""•' I-.' 1 - '.-'•'• \' - i;...;.,. M..,(;I||. I.-;.. : • . -li. - ,-, 1 , !...,: - w* r,-, .in >•-,,. -. ...-- -T'li-t'iin r mr sai iNfa, -lion ,.i A-,r tfinra •»<••.•-. 57 Good Things ro Eat 57 or F!r,,'h<.|'< Hair" ll.al'i, in- eciion i": hr-lil cm ihc ;iih ,|,,v <.f (iiK -7-,-.—? -' -----. — — l '"' ;! »' sii'-h I.I.-MMII ih.. '|,,liou-li... " or Classified Aa« Saturday f>r Sun : "• I - F '\ ISI'-'N dervire on ill rnnnc* A .-••;, ,,, ,.... . ... ,,,,,., in . prw^li,,,,,.- fl.Hll I,,- siil,,,,ti,.,t Hay edition IS noon Thi, l» tl«o thi I10m °£ f '*/- ''°* HnwUln. AnplUnr-e... .,,/,,,',,'.,!,. M '( s ,„.),'"';, „. ln j •Sli:,ll Sp,.||.,n .i Ann'it. vil 1fia(1l!n ' for ad r.ncHlatlon MalniT ! iiUY-J ? flfr _ MO^-jHn M ,, , ^,,, ..•„,.,,.. ;., , ,. f , n \,,;';.,* nf Ih-. Chan.r ,,f i l,r- c itv ,,f |. ; , m| ,,' A'''"" t P*«r« A,V, n-lll he tak.n up: SERVICE MART ^'" ' •"-' '"• ' '"'•; '-'•>• l :,7,:! 1 v,, 1 r 1 %. n :!:i c "; I :- 1f ,,r l ;: w V 1 " 1 " """"^Sr'iu^v^.rr. 2 BW 8 « iurt «.7 JJL w. "t..^ MA MO s .^r ^ , _ ^,'^ s ,;,r,!^ x T;"^; ; r ;^ CL.S S ,, !EO ** TE8 TVU 1^^. If" 715 '?^.. « „ SPAIL^ G~« „.." cliall runsi^t nf innvir an.I f, '.•oninilHwinriori ch<- coinni loni-rv oilier iii.-in I li» mai o Ijf ilr.-^miiiiti <l as Coinniissi C n m in I i i n N « r \n Nn .|i, , ' Ion of l IIP fit' of S'. liurtion of Barnes Strppf 1-oi.iiii nf I tlio Int. rvr/r U.S. Department of Agriculture : said today. I Both crop and livestock indexes were down. The all - crop index i was at 243 per cent of the 1910-14 I base years, one point below April j 15 and five points below May of. Iftfi2. The livestock index dropped IS points in the month, to 283 and compared with 286 last May. In feed grains and hay at mid- May, grain sorghums rose a penny, but corn was off one penny per bushel, oats off three cents and barley off six cents. All hay prices averaged $1.40 per ton below the mid-April level. Wheat prices dropped 10 cents per bushel but the May 15 price was still the highest May price in seven years. i Cotton was going at 31 cents a pound, the same as a month previously but a penny below a year a "°. ' i Cattle prices at $17.50 per cwt.. were down $1.40 during the month and calves at $23 per cvt.. were J1.60 below the previous month. Lamb and hog prices were up for the month. Turkey prices were down one penny per pound in the month and eggs were down two cents a doz- • • • en. Broilers were down only sight- 'Phaii Sopction 11 of . ly. but were higher than last year | r,^ 'hr^no,:!'"-o".^, ,, at mid-May. hen.aft«'r n-a,| h- follows Wholesale milk at S4.RO per cwt., was unchanged from mid-Aprii but ! 20 cents a cwt., above a year previously. Wool prices were below the i April price but mohair continued an upward trend. I fine minimum [ 1 Da/ - l«o rer Mi» ! Davi - 31c per Im* per d»j i 3 Dayi . ;se p»r hn» pi>r day i < DR.yt • ;4c per lh>« per day B Dayn . 22c per llnr per day B Days . so* c?r line per rj» T " Days . iSr n«r tin* per 1» I Da>« . t7o oer linn O er d»» ; MO UNITED TELEVISION Sylvanla Sak'5 - K'rv;-^ N Mohart Plio.o^Mn S-r.nn; N T E~N~N A7"~ f / ^6 E R VIC E & USED ANTENNAS <iff|..f> for wniHi IK- is a randi- .Imi" In a iii.-ijnriii "' th/> quali- flr.l voters of tlio C|i,- at |,-,r-jr I'or ihr purposes r , r ,!,„ .,], ,.,!„„ We will h. r«»oonsn)l* for oniy on. of .-"ipinisMopris, th" C|,v -h-.ll Innrtlon Shouirl error appear in, ''""'•'••' of fop, I, rh,.,io,, »dV8rtl»em*n-_ •>!«»•• notify »t one* i war.I.*. nn>I tli<- ritv ( B hcr.l.v " ' iliviili-rl niin four Mi o|rviii>n -*~~"~~*-~~—~.- - - . .^ ~^^~^^.^^^^, ' ?;'"!;','•,, > V. l "':! ) n,i e ' l i, f .h)" ; "' < ;irs,.!- 1 i 1< v- 5 Special Notices 5 ' J-r-A ']« for I'!, I; lip '',1I!1H.T» «!ld < 'a nip Tr:i i'- r k OGDEN & SON >i \V J-'o.-K-r .\|n 4.5IH VVK Fiuy sell atul^rrade all Kinds of vuiifl. US S Cijvier Ad.liiiTton't rii Store. Phout 4-3'i'U. w GENlarbON'St.V". TJOHNSON RADIO"4 f.v.~ _ "B4R~DISCOUNT CENTER" " Hav or Ni-i. Frrvl,-« Tn'l«, Sinn Ironm- Tn niv lio m < ra--kard-r:»!l. F:m.'r>o,i. [1,, Mont r,i p,,- .». \\ashi, na.llo and TV gprvk-e N UanK.s. Mn,-,-l Laundry 63 'Io7."n mix- pound. Til ion of tin' City of I'ainjia Ivinu L'U^'rj! £_'.'imi»n M.ir'luan i.orih of Fosn-r A\.n,i. and, Fl/LLE R" BRUSH ES SALES & IMiain Strnrt anil w si of r,,..-.] SERVICE Ir-rStroi'i nnd Mnrv Kllrri SUf'-l-; MO 5-2378 Ward No. •• s-|,nl| h,. n,ai pon - ! j —~ \*,, v t I, ,. r i • . i , __ • . . ' . ' 1 •> ^* • — "* •*" Curtains a spccihllty. Washing Do ib! 7"U N. BanKj. MO <-618U. ANDERSON PLUMBING CO. 68 P.ipair H'orlc Specialty. MO 5-2251 —•""• Houseb-ild Good* 63 ^ Appliances 36 MOORE TIN SHOP .,„„ , ! r (:: - j:idlH oninf-Payn» Kent 120 U Klnggnuli Phone MO «-2721 f I'ampa hiim' '"" !l -" I'-n* 1 ' I'M'i AI 'o,-l/ ' l'.,',„ j, U.rS't,...| a-id 1 ''•\':i" l-:\. ..II. nt option iiiiin- ; thai tioruon nf South Han,,-* 1 ^''- ll1 man c»|| ha li.-ins MI i ,i.', Strrrt sonili of Ihn Inf i , , ion lli)TI-;i, A \ I) ., -^'M'l'.Mi \ -| •• i- of Uiirticy Stn-.-t. Cinlir .Stf-l, SAI.K TIlAM: nit l.KAS!;. 7,, | \\ ' ~ Wtiru' No") sl'ifiiri'.p^t'li'ai port- i r\'^'c'"''cn''i' ( 'IM'-V-' , - INTICIMOR Decorating. All work ion of th., cm- ,,f Pamir, ho- !•"!: KI-.\: 1,-i,,., M n.| t,y Buaranteed. E. W. Hi'nt MO&-2I83. 'V.'39 sh'T. TnUM un |)ii\ n.cni.'" of only }'' :-i inonlhiv. 11*1! l.i|.««;orNT MO .ookipc fur P.artraii, -• "•" "shop '" \Villf» "'WILLIS FURNITURE .Mr, :,..';.-,•,! 39 St . , - and K-O.I,,,,:,, ,,, of tlip. sal,I IJnr- i HI inventr.rv prir... .\| n j ,,. nu c,,, ,. h.-rt Strcft. RTid youth of Kost^-r i | n."l_l"_nionths MI i l-J,;ii o, I.-..K Avenue :,p,| I sham Str>-,-i :i'Cj; {',-, ) u ,,j |,,,,.,i,|, V,.i|.nv c-,i. In ndnition to \\\r otli»r qua - ''mnnanv for sal, ' Poniari P i; i"otiimi?-ionpr N'o 1: rlo In \V...-,1 V,, i ' 5 Painting Decorating. E. W. Hi-n ^0-A Hauling Moving 40-A MOVING AND HAULING Pick-up and Delivery Call Roy Free _ MO 4.2176 CALL JOILV'FURU Pick up and Delivery MO 4-8175 "SHELBY J. RUFF Furniture Bought and sold _*.l*_S._Cuyler MO_S-5: iMacDONALD FURNITURE" 210 North Cuyler MO 4-4023 Texas Furniture Annex ill N. BallardMO 4-1623. WHlTTINGTON'S FURNFURE MART x . ., . ,. - , ,_,... ^ ,. r ,.,,.. ™- ——-—^ Take up payments on 3 room-^roup >v:,r.. Vo N V and'ciUo^'^.J^HrOH SCHOOL at home In .par; 41 CM <* ^'» 41 ^»^£ ju . t dl ,,, t h<lpl)en _ Xo 4 shall ro^ldr In U'iu-,1 No. -t. ; »'me. New texts furn sh»d r)i-,|or,,a ——— ___ ,,.^ v ^r^ made'" n «Pl' e n — !'c.^rirrr'prrf,:;;^;,';;; £™^ r £"<f m w •?.&""£« l '^-.i^ ^^-,j- n: ^ l "- s - cu>ler MO s - 3i » Siir^ 1 ;;^^^ -^-^ll!l"l " :::>l * ' ; ' v! ' •-"•'-«'•">• M-- 1 '--':-. 1 oTMi^diaT^TF^'sdrT^ IP Uropm- willi lh« |,n,. ,s,,,,,s' 18 BeOUtyShopS 18 ~»^~n~. . '^~~* ;; in 0i!i1I , io ^j;^—^—™^,,^,^ ^i^^i^ 013 " Hn 9-_42 N ;^;,,: i ; i:<! ;:" i :" l ;:r; illf -; i ; i * ", Tf'.*I olfn-t MAVOR I'OUI',: In HIP evi-nl of : I••• al.-j of n,i|o. f .sonris nr ilisrjualifi, anon of tho! .',-,",i'n.s j \\A\TKh Inilivuliiiil wiili Ira, in, • ii'l 1 i-i-, w plant., '„ plain i -,n a,-r, s 'f nnlo. I'll.inn Mu |.,-,.i,ri nr \|,', APPROVE TEACHER BILL WASHINGTON (UPI)-A House education subcommittee Wednes-: day approved a hill (hat would provide $34.5 million to train teachers for physically and mentally handicapped children. The Ihree-year program was on* of the items requested by President Kennedy in his education message this year. The funds would go to colleges to use in preparing the special teachers. first Tn.'sdav in O< tol» r of ,h. f T-( > <-ar of HIP t.-rin <<< < h>- cnv rommissjon Coinnii^sion, r .No 1 shall M-rve as m:i><,r |ini if Ti rl 'i r 'il from ilif' ' firvt Tnrilax- in llrtr,!., r lo Hi,, mil of Ilio firsi \f'ar of th, 1 Ir-rm of flip CiT\- Cor>i m is*, ion ("on'in- Icinor No '2 shall sor\ e as ma\<>ri pro t r inpor,' . i i. i Imrinu HIP r» ri n<nl frtini H,p f'r-t TIK-.I.IV iii Apr:l to ''ir; fir^t Tin s.l.i\ in i"i..ii-.l,.-r o' i I,.. ' s.-« on.I \i'.ir of th>' trn, of iho ('.|\ Con, rnis^ lop. ("op - n, i>-., o,-r j Xo ", sha'l s,-r\-p .is tn.,\or pro i iPiup'Tr- am) j frit Purlnjr Ihf pfrio.1 fr,-,ni Hir , fir^t T,lpsrln\' in.Oplo'.fr ,,, ,'in! rnil of flip sr, .1,11! \tvir .,f Hic !| r p, of til.- Citv i'on, in i ^ - ion , < "0,1, n,,sv ion, r Vo t ^''all s, r\-f '' ts innvor pro t^Tv.inu-r " \ JT'i. Al-o I'l', ; M-ri ui • _l--.,iir ,..,'. |<: ur,.- .\|. , .-,.:•,;„•; - _-_, I'lMCR HOAD .\rcTION~~ 43A Carpet Service 43A __ MO J'Vi"- " T "*?**\\n'\%w "c A'RV'ET'"""' \* r ~. T01 , , FOR SALE .".!' ~ HKAr.OI'AMT,:;:, K, ,K ,,VMPA .TAln.Alir.Xs'v., C&M Television & Furniture TKNTS M 0 (.,3511 125 N. Somerv.lle '""""' ^rTn.nPJ'^.JTio,, fr,,,n ,h, ' s u .-^^ G RO-W, NG P,RM f>« j--:'-•.•"_A...- '!•-: S 1 ^p ! ^o^,^^' : ^ ;i ;;i"'v, ; vi. i--,'."• n^'M, 1 '^^,', 1 ,':; 1 ";'''!: 1 ';'"';!'""' 1 '^ 4 ^ A General Services 44A .-I/.,- or Uf-ml,! . ... .....V..\v ami (•-, ,| ci iT.-' - N.',V ami r> ,J FI.SH-.X-l-'Li'ATS -.'"' Till,.; six.- jf,l :•:. a t, 11 up We also ivr.t anv of ,ho alio\-,' iieina PA.M1-A TK.N'T & AWNING 45 Lawnmower Service 45 •\rpon,-d c.,in- LAWN MOWEl'.S .117 E. Bro^r \VK 1IAV1-: ov~r in ^JoTi~,Tsi;d~j>i7uiT ino-u-.-r- j.'i sp.l -IP. T.-di.r up p.-iy- tp.^Mis on u-,-,1 Ii' upriiilu dfcy- "WESTERN AUTO >i: ?. C'lvl. r .MI i I-DSJ up and Hell very VIRGIL'S BIKE SHOP M " '- 31: °' ELECTROLUX CLEANERS of AIM, If VIM 'hat ih, will h<> rnirnlod. and iln-i-il.vl .., — dri P1 ,,i fro,,, , h p charter" MOiST)AV EVENING 3:80 TO 6 P.M. REPORT TO THfc ROUTE ROOM AT Pompa Doily News 21 Mole Help~Wanred 27 WANTED: BOYS TO SELL PAPERS IN DOWNTOWN PAMPA 1! - l ?! r ! n ^ J Y ° rd , VV .°!L^1 7 69A Vacuum Cleaners 69A 46 Di»t, Sand, Gravel 46; M |(Ji.>OD T,,p Soil Priv..\v;n ,;,-,^,| Kill sand r:oi;ii-v-nj|iMs K.M.I, . ,s Jl'i 4-.""'.:i or M,, ,.--,;, 70 Mus'<al InitrumenM 70 "Anirnilnif nl of .\ , , j, | Sr.-tioi, T. so lh;,, ,),,. „. !'.• renpalfrl. ami tl,f.,-, 'i'-il flop, the Ch.inor " ,,„,, SaM Hi III. j B i,al] !,„ |, r ,,, ,„ j of Fo.st.-r and lltLss, l| 'sire-, is within .snid Cnv u-iii, c,e,,i-..',; S.ntt a.s riv.sidlne .Unite. " In ward 2 .11 i|,,. f,,.,, s,,,,. slntion. Corner of 17,1, Sir.,,, and Asp, „ |,riv.- unhin - , ,d ]'roMdin'.' h |nd r . y J '" ''•'•'"•' I "' !',' wanr i r'i 1 "aT''\v.,ni» c : ,i,, M ,,, 'I;',,,o':"'!',,f •;'. l :»-<-'"'"'.r Ad. nan,,,,,,, of I.',,,-,- i'-m 1 ' ?v"!"" .Haul, V: "'-°» '" XV:( '-'' ' « s!i "lon. inn, Sri-opt withi'i «llh H. II. Bo FURRS FROZEN FOOD SERVICE nf Furr' 1 np^iN i $7.50 — $10 per month Ask About Our Rental - Purchase Plan" TARPLEY MUSIC CO. 11S N- Cuyler MO 4-4251 WURUTZER PIANOS ALL FINISHES RENTAL PLAN Wilson Piano Solon 122! Wtliiat'w MO 4-8571 il'i'i'AKY TII.I.lN'ii, 'S'.ird u,i|.. and 1 _jJ^*g°jfj_^!lL?/_Hlghlanfl Hospital joV", K.lm' 1 , 1 -; .x'l'.'V"'.'!, 1 !:!},';"""""- tf> ''| Myers Music Mart ^.^^^ ', 119 W. Fo^er St. MO 5-2001 . o "^p^^*"""^*r7"^TT" J "'""^"r^ * [); »l fj «'l» Pianos & Organs 48 Trees & Shrubbery 48 • *«>"• & curii Pianos • ilretsch Guitars ii Aniidifier* • l'<ed I'lHiios • Try Our Ueiual-Purchase Plan r.OTU-TlLLING. le\eling, l,;» for sale and F.-nill/.cr Top Tra.'tor work, in years e.vp. Hotary nllinir yard and~ gard. r : L'-M-llny S.-»dini; Sodditic |-',-i- lill.-'i'l^ Install . |, ,' ): , - | ; I:,- po'l-.s j _J'. _11 Knu-.,i. ML. i-^n,,, j VAItD"atid GAUDEN" aoiary-tllirng'. h'.i-l. .sorrt. sod tre... est iina'.-.-. T, ,j l,r u is MII 4 - (',!, | n •„ "•'""" No , \p.-,-i, ,,, „,-,., _ ,,. v '••"M'1-•'.' H lining iiio-^i;,,,, \\ , ,„,.. ,-.-i:on sh.il i- IM' ''"•'" I'.'d- .,11 |..-,|n|v»i,v 1,,-ni'IMs ".;» pr,n, M ,,,,, " 0/ •;,';;, :;;;•;;:.';;; ,; i ;;-'; lla ,', lv ;;; n , 0 ",;'";' ri i harior of thr c-n ,,f .. .. „ , .,'. "i""' Ap|>h i, Trx '" .r.: 1 , 1 '. 1 : 1 ", 1 .::" "'•'_Vi.'i'«,'i i,,,!;::,%. """• 1Ti11 N \\ANTKli Trij, U d r i VPI ;~" i i s ,, s ' •',"" n '-'' "'""I pin M,-si .-ondilion 7;o,i. ;,-s<- oiish*^ l-;\ , i;,.,, ,.ps Shr'il Turf Mam K,J|-I i.loin.- .<• d l ii l!. BUTLER NURSERY E 1 erryion Hwv. 'it "\ih M,I * -^>"< 'Icar.i M ,• > ('. p , T ,|, ( ui.Hi, • I',:" ' . - TV. . rail-,-, , L - i - J a: ,1 L-- ' ' II. 1 75 Feeds & Seeds 75 Slh (lav of thr ('onsi it u, ion at |l of I muilifiPd votprs shall \'e ; .Ml vntrrs shall \,,, e ,„ "' 'I'" -aid adnv ,.,,„..„, ni-.T'lv and t|,.. i..,!|o, f. 1 |:!-,,.u 1 .", ', f cans, f'9,' > iirh \\ h , ,',. i.,-'. JAMES FEED STORE Tour Garrtftn CcniPr _S^!_&. Cuylf!- MO BJ,S_51 BRUCE NURS'ERIES" Ever)- Saturday Is Paies Day ~~~ ~*~~ 10 "i r>l»cour.t 78 -arpest at'd iposi complete r.ur«rrv ^^~*~*~- ei,v|, \,. tlu- poldi>n spread ?>; in l.-s .... ,. v . S.-niti ea.st of Painpa on l-'.irni \i ••?••< *~' • x ' N i- -up ^ oilv TirKalh o. n it s 1,,-sihlP for «• •••!• Kofic .,. h, shon i;.-d T,.p C.u, S\\prt S'lda-, IU--,r' St-.-d JAMES FEED STORE Your c, a ..j r , 1 Cf'ir.-f ,i:. S. «.'u\ ler MO 5-.>5?l Livestock 78 MH'i, a,,.,:::,,', 1 j; r ';i:-\ ! ,'' ;: ;i"^ en ^Jj eipWanfed 22 in.iy vol.- "*«.,-•• or ••„.." ,„, .-, ,, ( ; i ,,.,, ^ ]t ,,, { |,""i"~'T~~~ aipcndnicnts s,-,,.,,-.,,, | V , ,,,.. ,,,,i i , '-'--,>- u,H ,> The ni.-u.n.r ,,( h,,|,i,,.. ,., 1( |j ,,p""p,, n unn v ' t'.T i'ii i', '",'"' I','"', *'' 11 ""'"'-'-"-'"''^.'.v^v:'i:.::rr.±.^ j _ ll "-»- \\ Hi, Ko\ K i ', I'an.pa \, ,•,, . . Phone 6F: Alarr.^d Toxas. 79 Horses . after 79 'SNO S^CRIBT—Despite Anger to lips, it's no secret that Mitzi Gsynor, a current cutie, is % shot in the arm for" the lagging night club business. The leggy lass is packing 'em into clubs right across the country—and no wonder. -nv U.-IP ral , l,., ,;,,,,. ih,' Sue, ia| C) 1;J ri,'r ,.,. 11,, "< I'allin;, Tf..\:,s A . opv ,,r • his oi hi,.-,,,,-,' |iv ' Ii- M-n or oi i h, i •,, Panui.i and alt,-si, ,| i, ,,.,. !>"• inihli-h. ,1 in 11,,- 1 , ,,',p., \ a i.o« -|lap. r of -, ,,, ,,,i flilniion i,;il,li.-h,-d "in 'h,- of I' , p.p., T,-\a on,]. '!-,> in , .o I, ,.f , u ,, . «••' '-- 'I-.- ,|.,ti. ..f .i,, ("ll'li- .itlon t,, |.,, ,,,., |, Ni foul i.-. t, ,1 ,\ ~ p, ,,, r i,, ,),,. lor s.nd ,-t. . , i.,n 'I'll.' M;i\or is ., n th,,i i-,,,| illri'Cto.l t" (.ins,. ., .,,,, Hits ord,,,. „,. . ,, ><-i VP a _ \\ \.\TI-'|i \\ I !..,,! 1 in, ." ; '"' I .,: : A|,|.!\ A.la.,i- I),i! , 1 SEWERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY W "I '-. .1- I- 'II ' ,|o. ^ s.i.il,'.- x, u ,| .• Of p, Ainu: i if 11... 23 Male & Female Help 23 , i s .-,.--1 .|i-;..,:,-h- is ru 80 Pets 80 '" '"' po>','.i up HI no- c,n- r^r* ll.ill and at ihr. e oth,-i pui,',,. 25 uiaoi s in the Cit\ of I 1 .;n,,,., i r— T^xas for at Iran ihirt\ full davs urior (o Uie date of s.nd Salesmen Wanted 25 ', I OUfllll'll 'I ' -,|, rv of MJ.-I- ' , shonlrl h,' a.!, .in,-. I a' s.ild i-,-i.,l pi .in. •!!,. t! ,!o,-liop o f <!(\ - . u I, ch i.s ,o i>e h»-M ''1C fllll ,lfiv Of .Juli tfi,,i ihi^ rnl'nitnip .-,1'a'l he, ,-.,,,, full for,, and ,-ff, ,-i „,, h\- l., - opM''!!^ f,-r J n..irried ui^n 1 • n,l- i ' VI 'I 'M'.if 1 part i::n,- <j to j:i ,, lc i I', i' hour !•:>• ,:,'... h,-,i roi.t. i>pi>.,.',.'I i,rtun:lv IV. r .ijv.ii, , IP. in No :'-- *j,.'| v.-inn ni For :i.t>-!--. .u app,,;,i.,,,.di "i"' 1 ' Pi.one Mu •>.;': 7$ S,,,urd.iy on J. ! ':!!:_•'_"-' '".'"I'^Jl] 1>j_l! MO .1 m :,.,,( i.'.lrn ,<' :' , ;,7,,! ijp~"i ,r" ,. _-,. .;fiT-,o" ..f I-o, a.-'o .\n,a,-,.l!o-i",o s' r.,,.1 x,,; a:,d >..!! l«j; — — ^^ -.' ~ ~" Applioncp Repair 31 .--••,, T-'ii-u-r Chnm.ihp.,L and I'o.i- •i • d.po • - M-, •• ,|. I.,-. , p.,i,,' u . ,-, s .. i ' .. , t , •.- > i -1 , ^. i.,. i,, , i ^ ' j • 11 $ .\.|,i.ii',i,in _•,;! i ,\., ,„ fx . : HKITT \ \ V .-' , - , ! | o. . }•• ' v ,.',-!; j : - •'- l • " - .-' : • •! J li U .,!-!;. r, I ' . '. Ku.~.s,-..l Mil .-,-,,, !•'' ') S.\ I .!' \ \". ' | ,,,, 1 -i ,,,,] l-uppi.-i, : 1.1 :•-...., MI. ',.-., .;, K, M: S.XJ.K i-:.\tra «,,,,,! >,•£!..,,,TP,J • ,\ ' '!..i|.il.iP.ua P'!|,p|,-.s li,,; N \\ i !,pd K',-: SALl-J Hi- K M:ni i-.ni-i- K.",-n, ll I 1 - ,r,,-s i-v r- ii,nv ll.-ath Krt'.uit A l: , c ,.: M, i i :;;i ,, r aft.-r 7, M, ' t 11 ', 7 j84 Office, Store Equip. 84 RK.NT .i !jt« model lyji««r:rc: -jdd- da.y wr,.K or n:onth. TRI-CI.'Y OF. FICE SUfPLV. us vv Uini.'-n,.:L . . , »r'.'.vrs' X,-u iK-rlj 1 ' 1 ..' i:.;p.., -.- .,a iMicuriter... *t.-.riii,s .,.- .o%v •(:- • I ' ',j J:urcJJ i.')|.'FICf i.'Ql.'ll-'MKNT < ', i I 71", \V. ro.ster Md 4.^771 , i ;;;:'" t 'v;;,,"",i' >n> " r ;':'''-'' ; ' J ) M/S ^Iftl^NCE REPAIR \ • l.all be and the t,*me is lifci tb.v i liui ' c ol (f«''' \1 »-:';'sl '''MIJ 'a-l^ijT , — 92 Sleeping 93 , f week and

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