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1» MMPA DART NfWS PAMPA.TEXAS MthYEAR Wednesday, June 11.1V7I $1 Million Bike Ride To Start Sunday Here An army of teenage volunteers, under the direction of Mrs. Hunter Chisum, chairman, will cycle around Pampa Sunday, to raise funds for research and patient care at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The announcement was made by Mrs. Chisum following her acceptance of the appointment by Danny Thomas, founder of St. Jude Hospital located in Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Chisum will command a teenage volunteer corps expected to number 100. She is recruiting teenagers from every school in the Pampa-Miami areas. "I think the community will be pleased with the response of our young people, and I am confident that the teenagers will do a good job," said Mrs. Chisum. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital was founded by entertainer Danny Thomas to fulfill a pledge to St. Jude Thaddeus, patron saint of the hopeless, made in 1937. At that time Thomas was an aspiring, unemployed, entertainer. In desperation he pledged to build a meaningful shrine to St. Jude if he ever found his place in life. Thomas appealed to the youth of America to help him raise money to build the hospital, and now the hospital depends on young people to support this unique research institution where pediatricians and biological scientists seek cures for childhood diseases. The hospital recently announced that it has achieved a fifteen per cent cure rate for children afflicted with acute lymphocytic leukemia. In addition to leukemia and other blood disorders, research is being conducted in the areas of childhood cancer, muscle disorders, endocrine problems, and nutrition. Patients are admitted to St. Jude Hospital upon referral of their family doctor, regardless of race or creed; and there is no charge for treatment. Teenagers and adults who are interested in helping the young people organize and conduct the campaign are invited to get in Stock Market Quotations Ta« MtewlM II a.m. CalcaiaEiekaaat llvt cattle future* arc faralaM »» lk« Anarilla afllc** •( Merrill. Ljrack, Phrca, FcaMraadtaltk.lae. Prt». Chat Otcn Hill Uw Llll Fea NK tfS It fl lit* It.M Aarll M.H ».«• ».4T MM MM Jut MM ».M M.M M.M M.M A«|. M.«7 JMt M.I7 M.N M.M Oct. J4.U MM Mil M.M M.M Dec M.II M.H M.I* M.M M.IT Ta« laltavlai U a.m. jratn amUliau ire (vraiak«4 by Wkeekr Grata at Panaa. Waeal IIJIBy. Mllo ILMcwl Tke lolkwloi quouiloot ikow Ike range wllkia wkich {beat Mcuritlea eauW have beea trated at Ike lime at c«mpll«lt«a Aroirn ** ** Bll 1% >* Praaklla Life 11% U* Gibraltar Life I* < Ky. Ceal. Lit* I* •* Nal. Old Line l<a •* Repub. Nail Life It 1 * 11% Soutk1an4LUe B* M<* la. Weil. Life I)<4 11% Stratford 1% * The follovlaf II:M N.Y. (tack market quouiiont are (urnUked by Ike Pampa officer of Sckaelder Bernel Hlckman, Inc. American Tel and Tel «<* Cabot M* Celaaete lit ClUet Service M* DIA !•<• DPA •> General Electric M* General Melon 71* Goodyear M% Gulf Oil W* IBM Ml* Penney't JJ* Pkllhpi M% PNA l«» Srirt Roekuck II* Skelly M* Standard Oil of Indiana 7th Standard Oil of New Jeraev 74% Seulk»e»Um PwWlc S*r»l« 11 SWC HJk Teiaco " U.S.Suel MH SUBSCRIPTION RATES (The Paitipa Daily News By carrier in Pampa and RTZ 11.75 per month. S3 25 per 3 months $10.50 per 6 months $21 00 per year By motor route II 75 per month. By mail in KTX $13 per year. By mail outside KTZ $19 50 per year and RTZ Single copy 10 cents daily 15 cents Sunday. Published daily encept Saturday by the Pampa Daily News Atchison and Somerville. Pampa. Texas 79065. Phone 669-2525 all departments Entered as second class matter under the act March 9. 1878 Mitling your Doily N*w»? Dial 669-2515 baton 1 p.m. WMfcdayi, 10 am. Sundayt touch with Mrs. Chisum by calling MM6K), and in Miami, Mrs. Rita Guill. On The Record Highland GCMT*! Hospital TUESDAY AvfltMllMl Fredie E. Conners, 1348 Garland. Mrs. Julia J. Henderson, Pampa. Garrett L. Simmons, 341 Tignor. Stephen M. Wilson, 121 E. 28th. William F. Yeager, 1225 Charles. Mrs. Frances D. Maddox, Miami. Mrs. Inez Parker, 803 Lefors. Norman B. Walberg, 621 E. Kingsmill. Karla A. Burnett, Miami. Baby Girl Simpson, 1120 Terrace. Ronald Niccum, 1300 E. Kingsmill. Mrs. Brenda S. Roach, 1041 Prairie Drive. Vester Hargrove, Pampa. Curtis R. Eudey, Lefors. Mrs. Marjorie O'Neal, 1921 N. Christy. Mrs. Martha F. Quiett, Canadian. Miss Vada M. Waldron. 521 E. 18th. David Kent Cook, 1037 Huff Road. Baby Girl Roach, 1041 Prairie Drive. Dismissals Mrs. Cora B. Cotton, 1009 E. Browning. Mrs. Mona Albus, 719 E. Francis, Baby Girl Albus, 719 E. Francis. Mrs. Karen J. Pogue, 1700 Chestnut. Kirk Gray, Miami. Mrs. Dorothy J. Rich, 504 N. Sumner. Ralph Pauley, Belllngham, Wash. Mrs. Mattie M. Crawford, Canadian. Haskell Maguire, 2506 Mary Ellen. Mrs. Linda E. Malone, 620 Magnolia. Garland E. Quarles, Pampa. Audie L. Morgan, Panhandle. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Simpson, 1120 Terrace, on the birth of a girl at 5:36 p.m. weighing 6 Ibs., 8Vi ozs. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Roach, 1041 Prairie Drive, on the birth of a girl at 8:09 p.m., weighing 6 Ibs., 10 ozs. Day Permit Said Needed In Forests ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. —The Forrest Service for the Southwestern Region, U.S. Department of Agriculture, said use of daily permits in developed recreation areas would be continued this year. The service cited as the reason for this, the failure of congress to act on annual permits. Cost of the daily permit for use of camp and picnic areas in the National Forests of Arizona and New Mexico, is $1. There are seven exceptions to this where the fee is 12. These highly-developed areas are Fawn Lakes and Columbine in the Carson National Forest, Bonito and Pinegrove in the Coconino, Mesa Campground in the Gila, Lynx Lake in the Prescott and Ponderosa in the Tonto. The announcement said permits will be available at the entrance to each camp or picnic area from self-service dispensers. It will be the responsibility of the users to obtain and display the permit or be subject to fine. Patrolmen will not sell the permits. Obituaries JOBMARSELL Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Duenkel Funeral Memorial Chapel for Joe A. Marsell, 61, 1124 E. Kingsmill, who was dead on arrival at Highland General Hospital at 2:15p.m. Monday. Rev. M.B. Smith of Pampa, pastor of the Alanreed Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Memory Gardens. A pumper for Kewanee Oil Company, he had been an employe of the company for 35 years. Survivors include his wife, Ruth; one daughter, Mrs. Lorita Walls of Pampa; three sisters; and three grandchildren, Stephen, Brian and Marsha Walls, all of Pampa. MRS. PEARL ERWIN Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Carmichael-Whatley Colonial Chapel for Mrs. Pearl Erwin, 94, 918 Twiford, who died Monday at Pampa Nursing Center. Born June 26, 1877, at Russellville, Ky., she had been a Pampa resident for 30 years. She was married to C.M. Erwin June 23, 1897, in Eastland County. She was a member of the Central Baptist Church. Mr. Erwin preceded her in death in 1925. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Lillian Wade of Snyder; one son, Ruel Erwin of Odessa; six grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. JESSE COMPTON Funeral arrangements are pending with Carmichael-Whatley Funeral Directors for Jesse Woodrow Compton, 54, 1828 N. Dwight, who died at 8:30 a.m. today at Highland General Hospital. Born April 1, 1918, at Lorraine, Tex., he had been an employe of Sun Oil Company for 27 years, serving as a geologist's aide. He moved to Pampa two years ago from Anahuac, Tex., where he had lived for 10 years. A veteran of World War II, he attended school at Lorraine and at the University of Southwestern Louisina. He was a member of the First Baptist Church, Pampa. Survivors include his wife, Mary; one daughter, Joan, of the home; one son, Michael Compton of Hankamer, Tex.; three brothers, Sidney A. Compton of Colorado City, Tex., R. E. Compton of Lafayette, La., and Eulis of Loraine; six sisters, Mrs. Vera Sikes of Clifton, Tex., Mrs. Helen Boyce of Midland, Mrs. Beuiah Boyd of Clifton, Mrs. Mae McAdams of Loraine, Mrs. Era Mayberry of Midland, and Mrs. Treva Scown of Monahans; and two grandchildren. PAULGREEN Funeral services were to be at 4:30 p.m. today in the First Baptist Church of Wheeler for Paul Green, 69, who died of an apparent heart attack Monday while on a fishing trip, near Sayre, Okla. Burial was to be in the Wheeler Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Anna; one daughter, Mrs. Paula Hays of Sunray; one son, Harold Green of Canadian; one sister, Mrs. Elva Scott of Amarillo; and five grandchildren. " I I FROM YOUR FAVORITE NEGATIVE WITH EVERY ROLL OF KODACOLOR FILM BROUGHT • IN FOR PROCESSING JUNE 22-24 M BaM ••• ••• ••• a^BaV ••• a^BaV ••• *a« l -FREE- l 5"x7 ICOLOR ENLARGEMENT | I i WORKSHOP ENDS—School teachers who normally approach a summer workshop as a child would a spoon of castor oil, had words of lavish praise for the siminar drawing to a close at Horace Mann elementary school. Here, Dr. Joe Phillips, Southwestern State College, Weatherford, Okla. talks to one of several study groups. The Oklahoma school will give three hours credit to those taking the workshop course for college credit. (Staff Photo) Local Bar Hit; Trio Arrested Three Pampa men were taken into custody following a shooting incident in the 500 Block of South Cuyler shortly after midnight. Officer Charles Morris stopped at the intersection of Cuyler and Brown streets to observe some men gathered around a pickup parked on a vacant lot. He saw a flash and heard the report of a gun. Officer James Larramore, approaching the intersection from the east, heard the shot and reported by radio. Other units converged on the scene. Morris observed a man running from the alley of the 500 Block of Cuyler and gave chase. The man surrendered. According to the official report of the incident; the 23-year old man told officers the other men were shooting at a bar across the street and he did not want to be part of the action. The other men were arrested in a highly intoxicated state and a rifle and spent cartridge were taken in evidence. According to the police account, the men were involved in an earlier affray at the bar, which went unreported, and returned to fire on the place. The 23-year old man was released. Charges are expected today against the pair in jail. Service Station Has Break-in The operator of a service station at 225 West Brown reported a break-in to Pampa police at 6:30 this morning. Investigating officer Ken Keith reported entry was gained by breaking a south (back) window. His official report noted the intruder possibly suffered cuts in the entry. Clean rags and bandages were used. A cursory inventory revealed nothing missing. An investigation continues based on clues left at the scene. r (MUST MlSCNT COUPON) (THURS-SAT) . PAMPA PHOTO . • "SNAPSHOTS AM GUI IUSJNISS" • | 1120 N. Hobart 609-2253 • ramm rnviu • "SNAPSHOTS All GUI IUSJNI SS" • I N. Hobart 669-2253 • I STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY Less cash, more carry Consider the Jim Beam half gallon: (1) The World's Finest Bourbon Since 1795 costs less per drink. (2) There's a handle on it. Easy to carry, easy to pour. (3) There's less chance of running out; less need to run out for more. A sensible way to enjoy the Bourbon that has been a family art since 1795. KG 1'ioof Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Distilled and Bollled Ijy The James 11. licarn Distilling Co.. Clermont, Beam, Kentucky Pampa Youth On Dean's Roll ALPINE-A Pampa student was one of more than 300 students enrolled at Sul Ross State University to qualify for the dean's list for the spring semester. Linda L. Hardner, a senior, made the list with a 3.3 grade point average. Dr. Delbert Dyke, vice president for academic affairs, explained only full-time students carrying at least 15 semester hours and making a 3.0 or better GPA could qualify for this list. Fighters Arrested The operator of a local lounge promised to file charges growing out of a fight at his bar about 10:30 last night. The two men involved in the affray were taken into custody. Police arrived after the fight had broken up but have a witness to the incident. Female Instructor At Navy Academy PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP»-The U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis has decided to change with the times. In September, Lt. Cmdr. Georgia Clark will become the first full time woman instructor at the 600-man academy. Her students will all be male. "I anticipate no disciplinary problems," the 31-year-old officer said Monday during an in- verview at the home of her parents here. Miss Clark said she doesn't know if any other women have applied for permanent teaching jobs at the academy, although four other women hold lower administrative positions there. Academically, she has a master's degree in public administration from the University of Washington and bachelor of science in education and physical education from Drury College, Springfield, Mo. Draft Call For August Announced AUStlN-the August drift call was announced today by Col. Melvin N. Glanlt, the state director of Selective Service for Texas. Men in the first priority selection group with numbers of 75 or lower will be subject to induction in August. This priority group is made up of men born in 1952 or older men who have lost a draft deferment during calendar year 1972 and who are classified in Class 1-A, 1-A-O.orl-O. Glantz noted this is an increase of 25 in the lottery number for induction from the July draft call. There is also an increase in lottery numbers for the pre-induclion armed forces examinations from 90 in July to 100 in August. Men in the first priority group are those who are subject to examination orders. The August induction orders will be issued between July 3 and July 28, with 30 days notice from the date of mailing. Under the Uniform National Call system there is no quota for Texas. However, Glantz indicated that he expects approximately 500 men to be inducted in Texas in August. John Rankin, Chairman of Local Board No. 52, said that two inductions are expected in the area covered by this local board in August as a result of this induction call, In addition, five men will be issued orders for a pre-induction physical examination. Local Board No. 52 serves Gray, Wheeler, Donley and Roberts counties. The number of men to be drafted in August has been set at 8,900 from lottery numbers through No. 75, Selective Service officials announced. Acting draft director Byron Pepitone said Tuesday the draft will not reach beyond No. 100 this year, and a spokesman said it probably will hover around 75. The callup ceiling was No. 50 for July. SHRfflROCK Mainly About People ftr tale: Used service atatttft equipment. Everything mutt go. Price* to Mil. MOW, Potter. (Adv.! . : tetclal Plate lunches. BarBQ Beef sandwich plate, $(.«. Chicken plate, §9 cents. Burgef plate, M cents. Fish plate, 71 cents, don't cook today-call S A J!M9-3Ml.(Adv.) fl!,M9 Bnys home at 1400 W. 19th. 3 bedroom, corner lot, 2 baths, 2-car garage and den. Low equity. $125. monthly payments. MS-3993. (Adv.) Klrby Vac«»m Sweeper Company is now selling Bison Vacuum Cleaners, Still servicing Kirby at the same location. 512'* S. Cuyler. •89-2990, (Adv.) Simmer Sale-Merchandise reduced 30 per cent off. Mayfayre Sports Wear. 2115 N. Hobart. (Adv.) The DMF Auxiliary, Cities Service Gas, will hold a retirement party and covered-dish dinner at 6:30 p.m. Friday in the Flame Room of Pioneer Natural Gas Company. Texas Hwy Users Paid $500 Million Taxes Last Year DALLAS - Nearly 23 cents out of each dollar of Texas tax revenues are paid by the state's highway users, according to Texas Mid-Continent Oil It Gas Association. 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