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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 17

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 18, 1972
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The Younger Generation Pam pa's Younir Men And Women Of Tomorrow Red Cross News Lance Reader, 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reader, I4&3 Hamilton. Eva Michelle Vlllarreal, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Villarreal, Yoakum, Texas. Niece of Mr. and Mrs. Chico Ramirez, 1321 E, Francis. Timothy Davis, 4-month-old son i ; of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis of Lefors. Laurie Anne Parks, 3'4-ycar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Parks, 1717 Chestnut. Youth Center Wrap-Up PAMPA YOUTH and COMMUNITY CENTER Schedule June 19-25 Monday thru Friday 8:00 Open; Swim Lessons 9:00 Swim Lessons 10:00 Swim Lessons 11:00Swim Lessons 12:00 Close for lunch 1:00 Reopen: All Ages Swim and Trampoline 4:30 Swimming Pool Closes &: 00 Center closed (or supper 4 7:00 Reopen; All Ages Swim and Trampoline 9:30 Swimming pool closes 10:00 Close Saturday 1:00 Open; All Ages Swim and Trampoline 4:30 Swimming Pool Closes 5:00 Center closes 8:00 Calico Capers Square Dance 11:00 Close Closed Sunday Twirling Lessons Baton twirling lessons began at the Center June 5 and are presently continuing. If you are a young person interested in twirling, you may still come by and join the classes. Classes begin for beginners at 1:30 p.m. and then 2:15 p.m. for the more advanced persons. Rhonda Dennis, noted high school twirler. is conducting the classes which meet on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. The only requirement is that you must have a balanced baton and be a Center member. Calico Capers Square Dance The Center has nn adult activity that meets each week. This is the Calico Capers square dance held on Saturday nights. They meet from 8-11 p.m. and dance to an out-of-town caller. The Capers are always open for membership and invite all interested persons to come out on Saturday night so they can meet you and give you full details about their club. Ocie Stewart is the current club president. The Capers leach dance lessons twice a year and if you are interested in knowing how to square dance, they will be happy to lurnish instructions. Dolphin Swim Team Boys and girls who are interested in competitive swimming should pay attention to this club. The Youth Center is the home of the Dolphins. This is a swim club for boys and girls who know how to swim and like to race. Swimmers from 6-18 are invited to participate. The club is A.A.U. sanctioned and they attend several weekend meets during the summer months. Swimmers are needed in all age groups to complete relay teams so that we can have relay representation at all meets. All interested swimmers are urged to contact coach Nell Carter at $$$•8771 or come out for practice. The only requirement is that you be a member of the Center. Workout time is 6-7:00 p.m. on Monday thru Fridays. Summer Hours The Center is open 8-12, 1-5, and 7-10 Monday thru Friday during the summer and 1-5 on Saturday. The pool is open 1-4:40 p.m. and 7-9:30 p.m. during open hours. Swim lessons are taught during the morning from 8-12:00 noon. Memberships There are severil ways that a person may participate at the Center but the most economical one is the membership plan. By purchasing an individual or a family membership you can use all of the facilities here including free swim lessons. However, we do have a daily fee for those who do not want to become members. This is $0.35 for children. $0.50 for students and 10.75 for adults. The individual membership plan is sold to persons 8 years of age or older and costs only |5. for six months or $8. per year. The family membership which includes all members of the immediate family costs only 1112. for six months or $20. a year. You may use all of the facilities on these two plans except the health facility. This si carried on a different plan. The health facility membership costs an individual $65. for six months or $118. each year. A husband-wife combination type plan costs $90. for six months and $170. a year. We do have a monthly budget plan for a six-months membership. This costs an individual $15.50 the first month and $10.50 the other 5 months. The husband-wife combination costs $23.87 the first month and $13.87 the other 5 months, Swim Lessons Swim lessons for the summer have already begun, but there are some vacancies in Jr. and Sr. lifesaving, intermediates and swimmers. We arc presently taking alternate lists for beginners, ploywogs and advanced beginners. All classes are taught by qualified WSI from the Red Cross office. Instructors this summer are Mary Nell Phillips, Ruth Carter, Nell Carter, Gayla Thomas, LaQuita Carter, Leota Cox and Danny Lemke. We have several young people serving as aids. The summer swim lesson session schedules arc: June 19-30, July 3-14, July 17-28, July 31-Aug. 11. Enrollment may be made by coming to the front desk and signing up. TV Log 6:30 7-Chrislopher Closeup 7:00 4-Kncounter 7-Three Stooges 10-Gospel Hour 7:30 4-Your Questions, Please 7-Gospel Music ID-Revival Fires 8:00 4-Day of Discovery 10-Oral Roberts 8:30 4-Life for Laymen 7-Popeyc 10-Church Service, Baptist 9:00 4-llunian Dimension 7-Reluctant Dragon and Mr. Toad 9:30 4-Rex Humbard 7 • II e r e Co m e the Doubledcckers 10-lnsight 10:00 7-Bullwinkle 10-Religious Questions 10:30 4-ThislstheLife 7-Make a Wish 10-Face the Nation 11:00 4-Kaith for Today 7-Lost in Space lO-Movie, To Be Announced 11:30 4-Herald of Truth 12:00 4-Meet the Press 7-News, Weather. Sports 12:30 7-To Be Announced 12:45 7-Baseball Pre-Game Show 12:55 7-Baseball 1:00 4-Parade of Champions 1:30 4-Lee Trevino 2:00 4-Sports Challenge 2:30 4-Beethovcn's Missa Solomnis 3:30 7-CalloflheWesl 10-CBS Tennis Classic 4:00 4-Monroes 7-Golf Tournament 10-KidTalk 4:30 10-Animal World 5:00 4-Wild Kingdom 10-60 Minutes 5:30 4-NBCNews 6:00 4-News. Weather. Sports 10-News. Weather. Sports. Paul Harvey 6:30 4-World of Disney 10-Movie. "Welcome Home. JohnnyBrislol" 7:00 7-FBI 7:30 4-Jimmy Stewart 8:00 4-Bonanza 7-Kriars Roast Joe Nanialh 8:30 10-Cade's County 9:00 4-ltoldOnes 7-To Be- Announced 9:30 10-Death Valley Days 10:00 4-News, Weather. Sports 7-ABC News 10-News, Weather. Sports. Paul Harvey 10:15 7-News. Weather. Sports 10:30 •I-Wagon Train 10-Movie. "A Breath of Scandal" ByLIMyShotwell We have three new multi-media first aid instructors who work for Mid American Pipe Line Co. They are: Joe Coufcl, John Frick and Louis A, DeMasters, nicknamed "Bud". All three men went to McPherson, Kansas and took their authorization under Oliver E. Welch, Instructor Trainer for McPherson, Kansas. We are happy to add them to our growing list of multi-media Instructors. We have all been concerned about the tragedy in Rapid City, S.D. and some of you arc wondering what the Red Cross is doing. You can be assured that the Red Cross is there and that they are busy with emergency help and will continue with the rehabilitation of families after the emergency is over. This is not enough—emergency and rehabilitation all cost money and the Red Cross funds are about wiped out with the Southwest floods, the Kentucky Floods, Buffalo Creek, West Virginia floods, and the increasingly threatened flood potential in the Northwestern United States. Our Board of Governors find it imperative to go to the chapters and ask them to secure additional funds needed. The Gray County Chapter quota for this Disaster is $815.00. Won't you please send your check to Box 1036, Pampa, Texas and the Red Cross will mail your check on to the Disaster area. Help us. The Red Cross Board was well attended and Joe Pafford presided in the absence of Mrs. Don George, Chapter chairman. Standing committee reports were given and a board survey was made to see where board members wished to work this coming year. Board Roster was given to those present, and a financial report was made for the past two months. J.D, Ray, chairman of First Aid told of the work to be done in First Aid and what the committee hoped to accomplish. Jack Chisum, Water Safety chairman, told the swim and Life Saving classes that would be taught this summer in Pampa. Mrs. Doris Wilson, SMF chairman told of the work with servicemen and their families, and the cases we had given service to during the past month. Mr. Pafford told the Annual meeting and each person present spoke of the good program and reports. The next meeting during the summer will be in the Red Cross office again July 11. Those present were: Dr. Wm Walsh Jr., Charles Ezell, Joe Pafford, Norma Bridcn, Wayne Wilson, Morris Kille, D.V. Biggers, J.I). Ray, V.K. Wagner, Ted Gikas, Mrs. R.D. Wilson, Jack Chisum, Mrs. George Newberry, Mrs. Fred Ammeter, Karen I'arrish and Libby Shotwcll. The board accepted the resignation of Roscoe Scally, as a Director on the Red Cross Board. PEPPY PERSIANS TEHERAN, Iran (AP) The land of Omar Khayam has instituted a training program for hotel personnel and travel guides to keep pace with its unprecedented boom in tourism. Government-operated centers have already graduated 4,000 recruits. The graduates receive on-the-job training before being posted in luxury hotels and travel organizations. 1 Cord of Thanks OEO. W. (ABIE) OtUMRlNE We wish to express our sincere thanks to l)r, Ashhy nnd to all the nurses who worked so diligently nt Highland (leneral. To Carmichacl Whatley for the beautiful service. Rev. A. E. Hums, and for the music. Thanks to each friend for the beautiful flowers and other memorials and a special thank you to our dear friends and neighbors who brought In food. Also to Mrs. Ray Ramey and Mrs. Ray Young who served. A very, very special thank you to the Southwestern liell operator who was on duty May 13th who was so kind and worked so efficiently during our emergency. We do not know her name bill (!od Hless Her. Mrs. Geo. W. Crumrine and Family ... 5 Sptcfal NotlMi 1 3 2 Monument! MA UK KKS-Monuments, llesl material Lowest prices. Phone Kort (165.5622. Ill S. llobart. 3 Personal ACTION OltOUP A.A. and AI-Anon meet Wednesdays 8 p.m. and Sundays 4 p.m. in West annex of Church at North (Jray and Montague Streets. B65-252I. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS and Al- Auon meet every Tuesday and Saturday al B p.m. 727 W. Drowning. Welcome. Call (165-1242 anytime VAC-PAC NOW! Don't miss out on The I'ampa News while you're away! Order a vacation pack for the period of your vacation by calling 669-2525 or be telling your newspaper carrier. Your VAC-I'AC will br delivered to your door upon your return. He sure and take advantage of the free offer. I'lANO I.KSSONS, Call 869-7124. Knroll (or summer session. Beginners are a speciality. SPOTS before your eyes-on your new carpet-remove them with fllue Lustre. Rent electric shampoorer. $1 I'ampa Hardware, TOP 0 TEXAS Masonic Lodge No. MAI. Monday. June I9lh. study and practice. Tuesday. June 20th. feed at 11:30 two MM degrees. Visitors welcome. Members urged to attend. 10 Lost and Found LOST: Set of keys on round ring. Reward offered. 665-53.11 or 669-2674. 13 Businet* Opportunities A ONE-MAN UUSINBSS $2,000 INVESTMENT (CAN START PART TIME) Light, pleasant. Extremely Profitable Business servicing local slores. etc., with a Nationally Famous 60 Year Old Food product which is a Household Word In America, is con- su mod by the Thousands Daily in (his community, and enjoys Lifetime Repeat Business. NO SELLING! As Product (Biggcsl Name In Fowl Industry) Is Pre-Sold Thru Extensive And Continuous Advertising On TV, Radio, Magazines, Newspapers. Etc.. (Company Product Sales In Excess Of !'/<; Billion Dollars Annually). Consists Of Collecting For Merchandise Sold And Replenishing U.S. CIVIl SI ftVICf TISTSI Men-women l» and over. Secure jobs, High starling pay. Shorl hours. \dvancemenl. Prepanilory (raining as long as required. Thousands of jobs open Experience usually unnecessary. FKEE information on jobs, salaries, requirements. Write TODAY giving name, address and phone. Lincoln Service, liox 69. in care of I'ampa Daily News. 14 Butine** Service KEKHKJEKATOR AND AIR CONDITIONER REPAIR. I). J. WILLIAMS. 665-8894. Circle 'S' Appliance Repair Service on Washers arid Dryers. 1100 Alcock. Gary Stevens. 665-A905 I4D Carpentry RALPH BAXTER CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ADDITIONS-RE MODELING PHONE 665-8248 Concrete Storm Cellars Any size, foundations, driveways, floors, house leveling, p r e e estimates. 665-1015. 14H General Service Electric Razor Service. Any make. Any model. Authorized service on Remington and Royal office rn a e h i n e. T i rn e clocks. Memo machines and most other office machines. Call us for free consultations and estimations. Rear Pampa Office Supply. Phone 669-3353. 14J — General Repair American Indians use por- c u p i n o quills in making trinket boxes, .sewing baskets, war bonnets and fancywork on buckskin shirts. 4 Not Responsible AS OK this date June 14. 1972. I Charles Cain will he responsible for no debts other than those incurred by me. Signed Charles T. Cain REQU.REMENT* Must aspire to INCOME OF $300 WEEK UP have serviceable car. Start Immediately if accepted and Have (he necessary $2.000 for inventory Now in the bank. Tor local inter view, include year car, specific time (during business hours Now available to service accounts, and phone number. Box 90 in care of The Pampa News. WEST TEXAS Shaver Repair Remington Authorized Service. All makes repaired under warranty. 2132 N. Christy. 669-6057. 14N — Painting DAVID HUNTER PAINTING AND DECORATING ROOK SPRAYING. 665-2903 KOR ALL your house painting Inside or outside. Call 665-3825 or 669-2215 in Pampa or all towns around. HAND FOR SALE Can you judge the value and potential of Colorado land? A rare investment opportunity for those who appreciate the value and potential of Colorado land. Land for vacation now, retire to in later years—or simply to hold as a wise investment. Consider. A sprawling 13,000 acres in sunny, southern Colorado. Guarded by the Spanish Peaks and the Sangre de Cristo mountains. Laced by the Cucharas River. Wooded with pinon, cedar, juniper—oven an occasional rare bristlecone pine. Land with wild, wide-open views of purple peaks and majestic forests. Ancient land.The bountiful hunting ground of Utes and Comman- ches; the proud Spanish Conquis- tadores who gave it its name. And the solitary prospectors who sought legendary Spanish treasures. Land of gentle climate. Protected from summer heat by its altitude, over 6,000 feet. Land easily accessible by major highways from fourdirections. Land with a central water system. Close to the hiking, hunting, fishing and backpacking wilderness of the San Isabel National Forest. Adjacent to Lathrop, Colorado's largest state park with its go I (course, campgrounds, lakes for swimming and water-skiing. Five convenient miles to Interstate 25 at Walsenburg. Closer still rio cucharas COLOR ADO A new era for an ancient land to the Navajo Trail U.S. 160-the well-traveled scenic short-cut between the Midwest and the Grand Canyon. Now this ancient land has entered a new era...when more people are seeking vacations and homes in the Southwest and Colorado. For those who appreciate the value and potential of such land, this is truly a rare investment opportunity offered to you by a Colorado company with a continuous 77-year history of success. And a subsidiary actively involved in environmental research and developing new methods of pollution control. For more information... Please send an illustrated, full-color booklet on RIO CUCHARAS to: IJAMt CITY STATE i\\> Send to Golden Cycle Land Corp. 115 Barnes Avenue Colorado Springs Colorado 80909 DN-T-6/J8 ,- 1B . \\

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