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June 19, 1972

Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 2

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2 MMM DAIIV Nf W$ PAMPA TEXAS 6«ih YEAR Monday. June 1$ 1972 34 FATALITIES REPORTED Traffic Accidents Lead Weekend Violent Deaths By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A flaming car-truck crash between Wharton and El Campo which snuffed out five lives Sunday night capped an already deadly weekend on Texas streets and highways. That collision helped swell the violent death toll in the state to 34 fatalities, including 18 in traffic accidents, seven homicides, five killed in a plane crash and two drownings—a much larger figure than in recent weeks. The toll was recorded between 6 p.m. Friday and midnight Sunday. Sheriff's officers reported the two adults and three children killed in the crash near Wharton were burned beyond recognition and had not been identified hours later. All were riding in the tar and authorities said it was believed they were from Katy.Tex. An unreleated shooting added a bizarre touch as sheriff's deputies directed traffic around the scene of the fiery highway crash. Officers heard a gunshot in a moving vehicle and followed the auto onto railroad tracks, where they aw a woman alight as there was more gunfire. Deputies found Nina Ainsworth of Houston dead beside the car and her husband Neal gravely wounded inside. Two small girls were among the five persons who died early Sunday as a Cessna 182 aircraft rented from Air Central, Inc., of Harlingen dived into a muddy pasture near the village of Nopal, close to Gonzales in South Texas. Victims of the air crash, all from Harlingen, were listed as Gene Davis, 27, the pilot; Joe Morales, also 27; Morales' wife Lydia, 25. and their daughters Belinda, 4. and Shelly Ann, 2. Willard H. Sivright, 20, of Dallas, was killed shortly before midnight Sunday when a sports car flipped over on Northwest Highway in Dallas and slid 170 feet on its top before hitting a light standard. Police held the driver without immediate charge. 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Fox, 16, of Dallas drowned Sunday in Lake Ray Hubbard near Interstate 30. Rockwall County sheriff's personnel recovered the body. Lucina Carrillo, IS, of Dallas was killed early Sunday when a car in which she was riding struck several posts and a gasoline station pump. Dallas police said she suffered head and internal injuries as she was thrown from the vehicle. Santiago Flores, 43, of Houston was crushed to death Sun- day when he tried to stop his pickup truck from rolling down a hill. Officers seid the vehicle swerved and pinned Flores against a building. Jeffery D. Ashworth, 13, of Houston drowned Sunday while trying to rescue his sister, who slipped off a spillway at Lake Houston. Their father managed to save his daughter but was unable to reach his son. A crash of two automobiles Friday night on a rural road 9 miles west of Tyler killed Nattie Jones, 30, of Tyler; two of her children, Brennetta, 11, and Margarette, 7, and the driver of the second vehicle, Patricia Reeves, 29, also of Tyler. Season's 1st Hurricane Points Toward Florida APALACHICOLA, Fla. (AP) — Thousands evacuated low- lying areas and islands along Florida's Gulf Coast today, but others in the path of Hurricane Agnes refused to flee before the storm which has claimed eight lives. Agnes was moving northward over the Gulf of Mexico at about 12 miles per hour. At midnight Sunday the eye of the storm was located about 250 miles south of Panama City in the Florida Panhandle. Bearing sustained winds of 80 m.p.h. and gusts in excess of 100. Agnes is expected to make landfall near Apalachicola in the Panhandle early this afternoon, the National Hurricane Center said. Earlier in the weekend, she claimed seven lives as she raked the western tip of Cuba, and a woman died in La Belle, Fla., on Sunday when a tornado spawned by the storm demolished several mobile homes. More than 1,500 persons were evacuated during the night on the Gulf Coast hundreds of miles south of here, from the Venice area and keys off Sara- sola, civil defense officials reported. But some residents the Florida Panhandle were refusing to leave their homes and places of business. The manager of Faiver's restaurant in Panacea, John Trotman, said he would "just wait and see what happens" after putting plywood over his windows. About 20 residents of Dog Island, a tiny spit of land two miles off the fishing village of Carrabelle. refused to leave their stilt-legged homes Sunday night and watched the last ferry to the mainland wallow away through heavy seas. One person was killed and about three dozen persons were reported injured by twisters that hit the state, damaging several buildings and about 80 mobile homes. On The Record Highland General Hospital SATURDAY Adraluloni Mrs. Mona G. Albus, 719 E. Francis. Ira F. Burton, Pampa Nursing Center. Mrs. Mary S. Danley, Lefors. Mrs. Ora Lee Hutchens, 421 Elm. Mrs. Marie E. Cloud, 623 E. Browning. Mrs. Doris Hemken, 1013 E. Kingsmill. Dismissals Robert A. Moultrie, 906 S. Wilcox. Ted L.Moore, Wheeler. Miss Margie J. Forsha, 2111 Chestnut. Edward D. Herlacher, Pampa. William E. Riley, 524 N. Sumner. Mrs. Linda Airington, 2413 Navajo. Baby Girl Airington, 2413 Navajo. Mrs. La Gayla Park, 1316 Starkweather. Mrs. Mary 0. Veals, Skellytown. SUNDAY Admissions Steve Clark, 2132 Coffee. Mrs. Gertrude G. McNulty, 1723 Chestnut. Baby Girl Albus, 719 E. Francis. Mrs. Romelle H. Hasse, 1704 Christine. Terry Lynn Laney, Phillips. Mrs. Ola Jo Able, 517 S. Cuyler. Mrs. Lelia Matthews, White Deer. Mrs. Ruth Mosley, 412Cooke. Mrs. Shirley Mae Winters, 601 E.19th. Audie L. Morgan. Panhandle. Kirk Gray, Miami. Mrs. Karen June, 1700 Chestnut. Mrs. Mary Ann Bailey, 2221 N. Russell. Mrs. Margaret Avinger, 513 W. Francis. Dismissals Mrs. Jo'Ann Greer, 701 Deane Drive. Mrs. Helen C. Warren, Pampa. Mrs. Mary Neeley, 1224 S. Finley. Baby Girl Neeley, 1224 S. Finley. Mrs. Melba S. Morehead, 2146 Dogwood. Baby Girl Morehead, 2146 Dogwood. Mrs. Barbara Brookshire, 839 Scott. Baby Girl Brookshire, 839 Scott. Steve Clark, 2132 Coffee. Miss Patricia D. Doan, 416 Zimmers. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ray Albus, 719 E. Francis, on the birth of a girl at 7:32 a.m. weighing Bibs., llozs. Five Perish In Plane Crash Near Gonzales GONZALES, Tex. (API Five persons, including two tiny girls, died Sunday morning when a four-place plane crashed into muddy ranchland near this South Texas town. Cause of the crash had not been ascertained late Sunday night as workers still were taking bodies from the aircraft which apparently hit the ground in a nose-first power dive. Killed were Eugene W. Davis Jr., 27; the pilot; Joe Morales, 27, employe of a Harlingen, Tex., mobile home firm; Morales' wife, Lydia, 25, and their daughters, Belinda Jo, 4, and Shelly Ann, 2. The aircraft, a Cessna 182, did not burn. The owners. Air Central, Inc., of Harlingen, said David was an experienced, veteran flier with 2,000 flight hours. A funeral home said Davis was from Harlingen but his pilot's license listed a Houston address. The plane hit the ground with such impact that all but the tail section was buried in six to eight feet of mud. Only the The Texas Department of Public Safety said the plane was lost from a radar screen about 2:50 a.m., CDT. About 10 minutes later, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lyssy called Gonzales County authorities about the crash. They had heard the plane flying over their ranch home and then noise of the crash. The wreckage was spotted about five hours later by a search plane from the Civil Air Patrol. Man Jailed After Affray A 42-year old Pampa man was in jail Sunday night for intoxication following investigation of a disturbance at an East Campbell St. residence. Answering a complaint, the Investigating officer found the man and the woman who lives at the address in a drunken state and bearing the marks of a fight. She told the officer the man had beaten her and she wanted him out of her house. According to the official report, he was arrested and the woman was to file charges this morning. Pampa Boy Wins Comic Strip Prize The grandson of a Pampa couple recently won a copy of the World Almanac for a question submitted to the Johnny Wonder comic strip. Gary Don Snider, 9. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Homer R. Snider, 2241 Hamilton, submitted several questions as "This Week's Top Prize Question" for the strip. Don's name is listed as one of the almanac winners for having one of the five best questions for this week's strip, appearing in yesterday's comic section of the Pampa News. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Child's Plate 65' Banquet Rooim Available Enjoy Piano Artistry Evenings at Fun's TUESDAY MENU MEATS Fried Whole Catfish M" Mexican Enchiladas served with Pinto leans and Hot Pepper Relish 69' VEGETABLES Potatoes au Gratin 24' Mushrooms Herb Peas 24' SALADS Canvt Coconut and Pineapple Salad 22' Suacamole Salad on Lettuce with feasted Tortillas 35' DISSERTS Fun's ChooM Coke «• .30' .30' •4hA ^<— ftl^» tnCpCtaplK «t* pcopte No 20 20 15 Size 750x20 8x17.5 078x15 J78xl5 G78x15 H78xl5 £78x14 645x14 645x14 H78xl5 G78xI5 F78x14 H78xl4 775*15 775x14 650x13 178x15 700x15 750x16 825x20 900x20 1000x20 SPECIALS Detcription Hi-Way Treod-U»*d Hi-Way Tread U»d Take Off Farm Spec Talc* OH Takt-Off Takt-Off Take-Off Snow Tires Uwd Tub* Type Bl.m 2 Strip* Bl*m 2 Strip* Bl*m Whit, Wall Uwd Whit* Wall Ut*d Black Wall Uwd Black Wall Ui*d Whit* Wall Uud T110 Truck R*lr*ad TUO Truck Retread Net read rfeovy Duty Tread (•tread Heavy Duty Tread (•tread Heavy Duty Tread Ea Ea S*t Ea Ea Ea Ea Set Set Ea Ea Ea Ea Ea Ea Ea Ea Ea Ea Ea Ea Price 00 $ 85 00 *16 00 $20 00 *15 00 00 00 *24 00 $96 33 $9397 $900 00 $29 85 *37 23 Tire stone 20 N. Gray Op*n Daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat. 10 5 p.m. Tw 665-B419 Obituaries KAY CAIN Funeral mite* will be at 1 p.m. Tucadiy it the Morrison Funeral Home of Dumai for Ray Cain, M, who died Sunday morning at Scott and White Clinic, Temple, where he had been a patient for two weeks. A county commissioner, ha had been a resident of Hartley County for Jl years. He was a farmer and stockman. Survivors include his wife, Helen; four sons, Warren David Cain, a Pampa High School teacher, Donald Cain of Amarillo, Tommy Lee Cain of Channing and Lynn Cain, of the home; two daughters, Mrs. L. D. Mitchell of Dumas and Jayne Anne Cain of the home; four brothers, Eddie Cain of Houston, Howard Cain, address unknown, Lee Cain of Denton and Raymond Cain of Santa Pe, N.M.; one sister, Mrs. Glen Smith of Denton; and nine grandchildren. ELSIE PARONTO Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Carmichael-Whatley Colonial Chapel for Mrs. Elsie Bell Paronto, 77, 831 S. Russell, who died at S p.m. Saturday in Highland General Hospital. Rev. Carroll Ray, Baptist minister, will officiate, and burial will be in Fairview Cemetery. Graveside services will be under the direction of the Rebekah Lodge. Born Feb. 4,1895, at Ava, Mo., she came to Pampa in 1921. She was married to Fred H. Paronto in 1923. He preceded her in death in 1963. She was a member of the Rebekah Lodge. She is survived by three sons, Johnny Willis, Lawrence Paronto and Edgar Paronto, all of Pampa; two daughters, Mrs. Ethel Reese of Amarillo and Mrs. Bernice Hughes of La mesa; one sister, Mrs. Minnie Durham of Fredonia, Kan.; one brother, Arthur Shelton of Fredonia; 12 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. GARY RAY SNIDER Graveside services were to be at 4 p.m. today, for Gary Ray Snider, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lee Snider, 901 Malone, in Baby Gardens of Fairview Cemetery. Rev. Earl Maddux of the Fellowship Baptist Church was to officiate. Born in Groom Memorial Hospital, the infant died 12 hours after birth. Survivors, other than the parents, are his pandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carver and Tommy Ray Carver, all of Pampa, Mrs. Gussie Harrington of Amarillo, and Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Downey of Pampa. TOM LOVING SR. Funeral services were held Friday in Sparkmen Hillcrest Chapel, Dallas, for Tom E. Loving Sr., of Dallas. Entombment was in Hillcrest Mausoleum. A Dallas resident for 48 years, he founded and owned Loving Oil Company from 1924 until 1953. He and his wife owned and operated Mr. and Mrs. Gifts in Dallas from 1954 until 1970. He was one of the founders of Grove State Bank in Pleasant Grove and was one of the original directors of the Merchants State Bank, Dallas. He was still serving as a director at the time of his death. He was vice president of Fin and Feather Hunting and Fishing Club, Texas' oldest, and was a member of the Brookha ven Country Club. Surviving are his wife, Ruby, one son, Tom E. Loving, Jr., both of Dallas; two sisters, Mrs. Jewell Hockey of Garland and Mrs. Pearl Anderson of Rose Hill; and two grandsons. Mrs. Tom E. Loving Jr. is the former Marcile Glispn of Pampa. Amateur Radio Operators Here To Join 'Field Day' Local amateur radio operators will Join a SWfrmile wide picnic this weekend as they set up two radio stations for their annual Field Day. The stations will be set up on the Billy Davis Ranch three miles southeast of Lefors on Saturday. The group will operate from 2 p.m. Saturday until 2 p.m. Sunday. Sponsored by the Amateur Radio Relay League, a national association of amateurs in Perryton Raid Nets Three And Assorted Drugs PERRYTON-Charges are pending against one adult and two juveniles taken in a raid on a residence here Saturday night. The adult and one of the youths is on probation because of earlier drug offence charges. According to the official report, officers took an assortment of drugs in the raid including amphetimines, codiene and phenobarbitol. Included also was a packet believed to be marijuana and three syringes. The raid occurred at the resident of one of the youths. The trio is in Ochiltree County jail pending formal charges. Canada ind the United States, the Field Day Is euwcted to attract an estimated I3.HI ham operators from Nova Scotia to Hawaii. All equipment for the local site will be supplied by gasoline-driven electric power generators to stimulate situations resulting from power failures in an emergency. Operators will combine the fun of a campout with the excitement of a contest with serious preparation for emergencies as they gather up two-way shortwave sets, antennas, motor-driven generators, tents, cots and picnic food. The hams will set up and operate their radio equipment from parks and benches, hilltops and forests without using commercial electric power, as they would do when a flood, tornado, hurricane or other disaster cuts the lines. Anyone interested in watching the local group operate is welcome to come out tothe ranch during the Field Day. All communications will be under the call of W5TSV, Pampa Amateur Radio Club Station. Mainly About People $11,SM Buys Home at 1400 W. 19th. 3 bedroom, corner lot, 2 baths, 2 car garage and den. Low equity. $125 monthly payments or will trade for property in Houston area. Telephone 665-3993. For Sale-House trailer. Real nice 10 x 55', central heat, carpeted, refrigerated air. 11695.600W.Foster. (Adv.) Boit Coven Custom fitted. Pampa Tent and Awning. (Adv.) 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It weighs less than a third of an ounce, and it's all at ear level, in one unit. No wires lead from body to head. These models are free, so we suggest you write for yours now. Again, we repeat, there is no cost, and certainly no obligation. Write to Dcpt. 27M Bel- tonc Electronics Corp., 41!01 W. Victoria. Chicago, 111. 60G46. STOCK REDUCTION 60% OFF ALL Light Fixture Chandeliers $ 17 9S Swa Fixtures Bedroom All Fixtures Glass 60% Off Quarles Electric Inc. 1433 N. Hobart 669-2537

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