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2 PAMfA DAILY NIWS f'AMI'A. TEXAS 66th YEAR Friday, June 16, 1972 Many State Agencies Ask For Higher Appropriations AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) - More big state agencies wanting lots of money were on the agenda today for a committee which stayed behind after the legislature quit to hear the requests. The Senate and House adjourned Thursday until 11:30 a.m. Monday, but their budget writers planned to work through this afternoon. The Parks and Wildlife Department. Texas Education Agency and several colleges, including Texas AAM University, were scheduled to tell legislators how much money they want for the fiscal year starting Sept. 1. A number of state agencies have asked for higher appropriations even thrugh Gov. Preston Smith has pledged to reject any attempt to raise taxes. Dr. David Wade, head of the Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, asked RECIPIENT-Patrice White, a Spring graduate of Pampa High School, has been awarded an institutional scholarship by Southwestern State College in Weatherford. Okla. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. White. Jr., 129 E. 27th, Miss White plans to major in pre-medicine. Stock Market Quotations The followlni 11 i.m. Chlei|o Eichinie live cilllt fgturei ire furniikcd by tic Amirlllo office! of Merrill. Lynch. Pierce. Prev. Feb. April June Au| Oct. Dec. ChMe Open High Low Lilt Ii.il li.M li.M lt.lt li.lt M.M li.M M.M U.tt MM at* M.li M.li M.M 1117 M.M M.M M.ii M.M M.M M.M M.M M.M M.77 M.77 JIM 11M M.M M.M M.M The foUawIni II a.m. araln quolitloni •re f*rnlaked\y the Wheeler Grain of Pampa. Wheat ILMBu. Kilo II.Mcwl The followlnf quoUHoni thow the range within which ueac lecurltlei could have b*ea traded it Ike lime of compilation. Amarei IV, ]t<* B.I.I 1%, J', Franklin Life 11 u% Gibraltar Life IV, t'i Ky. Cent. Life 1% 1% Nat. Old Line 7H I 1 * Repvb. Nail. Life II ll'« Southland Finance M MH So. Weil. Life M MH Stratford 1% I The following II:M N.Y. Hock market quotatlona are furniihed by the Pampa office of Schneider Bernel Hlckman. Inc. American Tel and Tel 414 Cahol 44H Celaneae Mtt Cille* Service U1> DIA 11% DPA «'» General Electric M'« General Motor* 7IH Goodyear MS GulfOll li IBM M4S front) i 7H% Phllllpa II PNA 14% Seara Roebuck 111% Skelly Ml Standard Oil of Indiana M Standard Oil of New Jeraey 74t Southweattrn Public Service lit swc im Teiaco 11 U.S. Steel M 1 * Sl'USCRII'TION KATES (Thr Unutpa Daily Ni By ciirrii'r in Pampa ant) RT/. $1.75 PIT in on I h $5.^5 PIT 3 ninnth.s. $10.50prrU months.$21 OOper year By molurruiiii'$l 75permonln B\ m.nl in HTX. $1.1 per year. ))> mail mail outside HTX $19.50 per year and HTX Single ropy 10 cenls daily 15 i-riiir. Sunday. 1'iibli.shed daily I'M'i-pl Saturday by Ihe I'amp; Dail) Neus .Mch'isun and Soiner Mile Pampa. Texas 79065 Phon< 669'.'5J5 :ill departmenis Knlerei a.s secnnd class mailer under Ihe an March 9. 1878 Milting your Daily Newt? Dial 669-2575 btrori 7 p.m. weeda'ayf, 10 a.m. Sundays for a one-year budget of 1141 8 million, or $21.2 million higher than the 1973 appropriation vetoed last year by Smith. "We have trimmed and ret- rimmed. We have discarded. We have sliced to the bone— and in some instances, even going to the marrow," Wade said, but "to ask for less would, in our opinion, make us derelict in our responsibilities." The department's budget proposal includes 18 million for a new school for the mentally retarded in Fort Worth and $2.7 million for the El Paso State Center for Human Development, which will serve the mentally ill and mentally retarded in that area. The nearest facility to El Paso for the mentally ill is Big Spring, 345 miles away. The nearest facilities for the mentally retarded are at Lubbock, 382 miles, and Abilene, 459 miles. Wade said there is a critical need for a 100-bed facility for drug abuse patients at San Antonio State Hospital, and more money also is needed to open 256 beds at Corpus Christ! State school and 512 new beds at Richmond State School. He said the department wants a center for mentally retarded at San Antonio and mental health centers at Dallas and Houston. The Senate Nominations Committee, which Thursday approved the appointment of J. On The Record Highland General Hospital THURSDAY Admissions Mrs. Nina Bonsai. 1017 E. Foster. Baby Girl Morehead, 2146 Dogwood. Mrs. Laura Jernigan, 909 S. Somerville. Baby Girl Jernigan, 909 S. Somerville. Mrs. Helen C. Warren, Pampa. Mrs. Mettie Crawford, Canadian. Mrs. Vicki L. Wright, Canadian. Billy F. Davis, Pampa. Miss Tammie J. Paine, 804 N. Christy. Mrs. Ernestine Gilles, Abilene. Mrs. Mary 0. Veals, Skellytown. Mrs. Sherron J. Tigrett, Perryton. Ted L. Moore, Wheeler. Henry L. Dawes, 1157 Prairie Drive. Kenneth H. Brannon, 2541 Christine. John H. Ray, 408 Louisiana. Dismissals Mrs. Catherine Martinez, White Deer. Baby Boy Martinez, White Deer. Mrs. Geraldine E. Hurdle, Pampa. Mrs. Gladys R. O'Neal, 404 Crawford. Miss Kathy Watson, 1231 S. Finley. Miss Mary E. Sturgeon, 1331 N. Russell. Henry Creel Grady Jr., 2421 Duncan. Mrs. Velva L. Taylor, Borger. Mrs. Barbara D. Trammel!, 1147 Harvester. Oscar Huff, Pampa Nursing Center. Oscar S. Melson, 939 S. Banks. Steve Ray Morgan, 609 Red Deer. Mrs. Marjorie Trask, Skellytown. Mrs. LaJohna Smiley, Pampa. The Royal albatross, with a wingspan of six feet, breeds in the wild and remote islands of the sub-Antarctic. WRIGHT AIR COOLERS Builders Plumbing Supply Co. 535 So CuyUr Another Re**oa We're Number 1 Doug Toole Sr., a Houston businessman, to the Texas Water Quality Board, has scheduled two hearings next Monday and Tuesday. The controversial secretary of state, Bob Bullock, is to appear Monday. Mainly About People The Lone Star Squares will dance at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Optimist Club building. Sammy Parsley will be caller. Visitors are welcome. Garage Sale: 2128 Christine, 17th thru 20th. Moving to apartment. House furnishings, yard equipment, washer, dryer, air compressor, camera set, practically new clothing, miscellaneous,etc. (Adv.) For Sale—1960 Ford Falcon. $100.669-9827. (Adv.) Garage Sale—Friday thru Saturday. 1330 Hamilton. (Adv.) Rummage Sale—Mil Williston. Wednesday-? Every thing-clothes-men's, women's, children's, household furnishings, miscellaneous, etc. (Adv.) Garage Sale—2220 N. Sumner. Thursday, Friday, Saturday. (Adv.) Garage Sale: 1900 N. Sumner. 2 p.m. until 9:30 (Adv.) Patio Sale: 1.1 mile east of rodeo grounds. 1964 Fairlane, 1964 Monza, 1 set snow tires, clothes and miscellaneous. (Adv.) Garage Sale: Miscellaneous items. Friday and Saturday. 814 N. Somerville. (Adv.) Water Wagons and fish floaters. Pampa Tent and Awning. (Adv.) Kirby Vacuum Sweeper Company is now selling Bison Vacuum Cleaners. Still Servicing Kirby at the same location. 512'.4 S. Cuyler. 669-2990. (Adv.) Shop Sands Fabric 13th Anniversary Sale. (Adv.) For Sale—Used 2 metal desks size 34' x 60'. 665-2131. 810 W. Foster. (Adv.) Bike Rider Hurt In Car Crash Gary Anthony Harper, 16,901 E. Campbell, was taken to Highland General Hospital about 8 p.m. Thursday for treatment of injuries suffered in a car-motorcycle crash at Optimist Ball Park. According to the police report, Harper was blinded by the sun as he was riding off the parking area and hit a car driven by Donald Ray Blgham, 32,1820 Banks. No citations were issued. City Manager Will Attend TCMA Meet City Manager Mack Wofford will leave Saturday for McAllen to attend the annual Spring meeting of the Texas City Management Association. The conference of city managers from over Texas will run through Tuesday at the Fairway Motor Hotel in McAllen. The city manager will be on vacation through the remainder of the week. He plans to be back at his City Hall desk Monday, June 26. NAVY, ANYONE? is the recruiting purpose of this 53-foot miniature flattop, the Enterprise Jr., as it churns up the Mississippi bound for Omaha, Neb., and gob- gathering. It spent the last five years at Seattle, Wash. 2 Ex-Police Explo '72 Winding Down; Of Houston Final Rally Set Tonight Acquitted HOUSTON (AP) - Two former Houston policemen have been acquitted for the second time of charges in connection with the alleged beating of two black prisoners two years ago. A federal court jury found Arthur N. Hill and Jack A. McMahon innocent Thursday of charges they violated the civil rights of the Bobby Joe Conner and Larry Taylor nuy beating them in the Galena Park Police Station April 4,1970. Conner died enroute to a Houston hospital. Taylor underwent surgery and recovered. The eleven man, one woman federal court jury deliberated an hour and a half to find the two former officers innocent. The verdict ended a six-week trial. DALLAS, Tex. (AP)-EXPLO '72 began to wind down today, with the 72,000 official delegates attending evangelism training seminars in preparation for a final Cotton Bowl rally tonight and a massive Jesus music festival all day Saturday. The conference, sponsored by the Campus Crusade for Christ International, has stressed youth since the beginning Monday, although some of the delegates and most of the leaders are adults. Delegates were expected to attend 15 hours of lectures and seminars during the week on evangelistic methods, and then use their training to "practice" on the citizenry of Dallas what they have learned about spreading the Word. 345,000 Americans Will Die Of Cancer In '72, Says Doctor Five Pampa residents attended the annual district meeting of the American Cancer Society Wednesday at Holiday Inn in Amarillo. Pampa respresentatives were Newt Secrest, Mrs. Relmand Lenville, Mrs. Glen Larsen, Mrs. O.C. Penn and Mrs. Kermit Lawson. Norton Bicol, DDS, of the Potter County Board of Directors, delivered the main address on "The Cancer Problem and the American Cancer Society." Dr. Bicol noted that one in four persons will get cancer during their lives. In America, this would be 52 million people. Of these, there would be 3.5 million deaths, with one million under treatment. About 650,000 new cases are reported each year. During 1971, there were 332,000 deaths reported from cancer. Dr. Bicol said 345,000 will die of cancer in 1972, one every two minutes. Due to detection and treatment, 217,000 will survive cancer this year because of the efforts of doctors and the American Cancer Society. Dr. Bicol stressed the need for annual checkups to detect cancer and start treatment, if needed. Three new directors were selected at the meeting. New district directors are Dr. Lee Harris, Amarillo, medical; Larry Fuller, Borger, lay personnel, and Mrs. Helen Cullers, Shamrock, lay personnel. Don Curtis, DDS, presided over the sessions, which began with registration at 11 a.m. During the orientation session at 12:30 p.m., a panel presentation was given on cancer, particularly in relation to treatment. District accomplishments and potential were, discussed during a session starting at 1:30 p.m. Items considered included public education, professional education, service and rehabilitation, and fund raising. Group sessions were held beginning at 2:20 p.m. Mrs. Penn attended the session of public education; Mrs. Lenville, service and rehabilitation, and Mrs. Lawson and Secrest, fund raising. Seminars have taken on such diverse subjects as "Love, Sex and Dating;" "How To Utilize Your School Newspaper;" "How to Work with High School Students—Stragegy and Overview;" and "Self-acceptance." Problems have been numerous but mostly minor, except for the 14-year-old youth who drowned earlier in the week. "The sheer size of the conference means there will be instances of personal inconvenience. Some delegates had to wait 13 hours to get their hotel room keys. There have been reports of people waiting over an hour to make a phone call, and then there is the problem of finding baths for those who are camping out," an EXPLO official said. An example of EXPLO's size can be found in the food menu which lists 30.000 sandwiches, 145.000 boxes of cereal and 162,000 pieces of fruit. Also listed are 61,000 pieces of chicken. 5,400 gallons of tea, 120 tons of ice and 30,000 candy bars. EXPLO is being financed primary by registration fees—$20 before a March deadline and $25 after the deadline. These fees brought in an estimated $.75 million to pay expenses estimated at $2.24 million. Major expenses were $497,000 for conference operations, $285.000 for materials, $346,000 for general office expenses and $300,000 for scholarships. 'had ^ anmcnaa , ^Whatley \ Pampa's Leading FUNERAL DIRECTORS 665-2323 BRAVURA Men's After Shave or Cologne *2.99 - FREE FREE Gift Wrapping for Dad All Kaywoodie or Medico Coronado Center North Plaza 665-2951 DAD-YOU'RE OUi KING-You, too, can male* your DAD fool liko Your King by selecting his Father's Day gifts al Pants West, North Plaza, Coronado Center, 665-2951. You'll find juit what ho (secretly) want* in pants, Joans, shirts, ilts, Lovi jackots. At Pants West they will gift-wrap I gift beautifylly (Free, of course). Make your Dad fool like King John McCausland, pictured surrounded by his dough tors: Jayne (crowning Dad), Jennifer (left) and Joann. Obituaries E.C. PENICK Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday in the First United Methodist Church of Canyon for Edgar Cohen Penick, tt, of Dallas who died Thursday morning in an El Paso hospital as a result of injuries sustained in a one-car accident Monday near El Paso. Burial will be in Canyon. Born Aug. 17, IK», at Terrell, Tex., he was a retired school teacher. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Bob Myers of Carroll ton, Ga.; one son, John Penick of Tallahassee, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. C. M. Ford of Amarillo and Mrs. Art Roberts of Canyon; two brothers, L B, Penick, 1810 Chestnut, Pampa, and Leon Penick of Amarillo; and six grandchildren. JESSE ALLEN CONNER Funeral arrangements are pending with Duenkel Funeral Home for Jesse Allen Conner, 44, 1035 S. Clark, who was dead on arrival at Highland General Hospital at 9:48 p.m. Thursday after apparently suffering a heart attack. Born Jan. 5.1928, at Bristow, Okla., he moved to Pampa in 1929. During World War II, he served with the 614th Engineer Corps. In the past he had been engaged in oilfield work. At the time of his death, was employed by BAL Trucking Company of Pampa. Suvivors include his wife, Lois; six children, Ray Dean Conner and Rhonda Taylor, both of the home, Layne Allen Conner of Pampa, Kenneth and Randy Taylor, both of Amarillo, and Dana Taylor of Big Spring; his father, Fred Conner of Pampa; three brothers, Frank Conner and Raymond Conner, both of Pampa, Harold Conner of Logan, Okla.; five sisters, Mrs. Orval Walls, Mrs. Ocie Lyles and Mrs. Billie Daniels, all of Pampa, Mrs. Mitchell Phillips of Hartley and Mrs. Floyd Ward of Yucaipa, Calif. Bearded Loveliness Among members of India's Toda tribe, the crowning feature of a woman's loveliness is the hair on her face. The more facial hair, the more attractive the woman by their standards. Three Hurt In Accident During Storm Tnftt pWWfll WCfC HIJWM Wednesday ni|M in the height of (he itorffl «Mn the brikei of a car failed to ttop it for a traffic stop. Bryant Richardaon, H, 11* Sandalwood, wai going weal on Frederic when his brakes locked up according to the police report and he skidded into a vehicle going south on Barnes driven by Iris Stockton Day, M, II IS Mary Ellen. Mrs. Day and two of the passengers in her car were taken to Highland General Hospital for treatment. Injured were Angela Day, 15, and Jeanie Smiles, U. Richardson was issued a citation. Child Runs Out, Hit By Car Sandy Alvarez, 6,100 E. Campbell, was taken to Highland General Hospital for treatment after she, was struck by a car Thursday. Dora Estelle Watkins, 1201 Clark, was driving east on Campbell when the youngster ran into the street and she was unable to stop, according to the investigative report. 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