Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 21, 1972 · Page 6
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June 21, 1972

Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 6

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t »AMM OAKY NtWS PAMPA. TEXAS MthYEAR Wednesday. June 21,1972 HURRICANE CANADA HISTORY'S D1ADLIIST 1. Gelverton, Sept. 1900 (6,000 killed) 2. Florida, Sept. 1928 (1,836 killed) 3. New England, Sept. 1938 (600 killed) 4. "Audrey," June 1957 (390 killed) 5. "Diane," Aug. 1955 (184 killed) 6. "Camille," Aug. 1969 (258 killed) i Boston Des Moines Chicago Cleveland, LV -M — New York* [Pittsburghj St. Louis' Topeka ^Oklahoma— I k City Little, Rock 1 (Fort Worth- J-ake Charles' Houston^ O I Golveston Memphis Richmond! iNorfolli HURRICANE NAMES FOR THE 1972 SEASON Abby Brenda Candy Dolly Evelyn Felice Gladys Hannah Ingrld Janet Katy Lila Molly Nita Odette Paula Roxie Stella Trudy Vesta _ Wesley Cafe summer and early fall are the high hurricane season for North America. The tropical storms originating in the Atlantic and Caribbean present the greatest threat to the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic coasts, but can rip inland and as far north as Canada before blowing themselves out. The U.S. Weather Bureau has used feminine names for the storms, for more rapid and easily remembered identification, since 1953. Statewide Oil Allowable For July 100 Per Cent Charleston^ Savannah/ 'ATLANTIC] OCEAN PHew Orleans Tarn pall Miami! GULF OF MEXICO CUBA JAMAICA MEXICO Miles CARIBBEAN JUNE Shop Thursday Till 8 p.m. Beautifully fitting Parity Hose Conform by beauty mist Regular 2.00 Panty hose . 99; One size fits all nylon Panty Hose by beauty mist in fashionable shades of blond, mist, navy, coffee, smoke, ruby, raupe mist, off black, tange or wheat Ladies Shoes were to 21.00 1 4 90 were to 17.00 1 I 90 were to 14.00 9 90 were to 10.00 6 90 All from our stock of Socialities, Cobblers, California Cobblers and Italics in white, beige bone, black, red and others dress and casuals. Ladies' Tops Stripes and Prints Were to 13.00 Now 99 6 Easy care fabrics of Polyester and nylon. Sizes 10-18 40-44. MENS CASUAL PANTS Prices to 12.00 6 99 Permanently pressed blend of Polyester and rayon in neat stripes or solids. Belted models by famous Texas Market. Sizes 28-40 MENS SHOES Prices to 22.00 14 88 Lace and Slip-on models in black and brown. Broken Sizes 8-12. 0562. Seamless cup bandeau of Dacron polyesle tricol. Lightly fiberfilled. 32-36 A, 32-38 B,C. reg.S5.00 NOW $3.99 Federal Government Piles Suit Against Dallas Firm AUSTIN, Tex <AP(-Texas' oil allowable was set Tuesday at Ito per cent for July, and chairman Byron Tunnel! of the Railroad Commission pledged to make federal officials aware of this country's "energy shortage." July will be the fourth consecutive month of near-all out production in Texas. The only major exceptions to the 100 per cent allowable are the East Texas field, which will produce oil at M per cent of potential; and the Kelly-Snyder field, which was restricted once again to 76 per cent production. Tunnel! told a roomful of oil men that he realized they already knew of the energy shortage, and "anybody in Washington with even a cursory knowledge of the facts knows about it." "Still," he said, "there are people in high places in Washington who refuse to acknowledge it." Tunnell said he would continue to mention the shortage so when the people find out about it and start asking those officials why they did not do something about it, "they can't claim it (the shortage) came as a surprise to them." Supporting Tunnell's position are recent figures from the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Texas, which state that at the 1971 production level of 1.18 billion barrels of oil, the state's oil reserves are good for 11 more years of production. Texas and Louisiana are producing at 100 per cent, the Bureau said, a "dramatic illustration of the fact that this country no longer has any significant reserve-producing capacity and a reminder that we are short of ecologically acceptable sources of energy." Tunnell said as of June 9, Texas' crude oil stocks totaled 102 million barrels, a decrease of 5.1 million from a year ago. Oil men told the commission they want 3,543,532 barrels of crude oil a day next month, a decrease in their nominations of 44,842 from this month. The U.S. Bureau of Mines estimated July demand for Texas crude at 3,515,000 barrels a day, an increase of 55,000 from June. ENGRAVER ALSO BAKES MATTOON, 111. (AP) - Orville Richardson is an engraver by day and a baker on weekends. His baking began with his wife's appetite for Italian foods. His first effort was Italian sausage. Next came Italian meat pie. Then he moved on to Italian bread and rolls. "I made about 40 loaves of bread before I got the kind I wanted, but you have to have failures to learn." WASHINGTON (AP) - The federal government has filed suit against American Petrofina Co. of Dallas, alleging that the firm raised prices illegally when it reduced discount rates. American Petrofina was charged with raising prices on fuel oil and diesel fuel without Price Commission approval. The Cost of Living Council said it is the company's practice to grant discount* or re- I NEW MANA01MINT bites io Jobbers who hive targe-wlunie customers, These rebate* are changed periodically by the company it the request of a wholesaler or by contracts between the company and its wholesalers, according to the council. World's oldest Christian church is Qal'at es Salihige in eastern Syria, dating from A.D. 232. OPEN DM1Y ANO SUNDAY 11 p.m.- 2 p.m.) 3 p.m.-1 p.m. Child's Matt 65* Banqutt Raomt AvallohU Enjoy Wane Artistry Evening* at Purr** THURSDAY MENU .95* Curried Shrimp on «ie« Chicken Fried Steak with Pan Pried Potato.. 9f. Okra and TomatOM ** Country Style Com : £5, Merry Cherry Gelatin " Pineapple Oa«« Salad » German Chocolate Pit ** Creamy Banana Pudding " FRIDAY MENU Swedish M«af Ball, with Rice •»' Boiled Corntd Bttf and Cabbage 95 German Boiled Cabbagt " Beets with Orange Sauce <JQ Fresh Tomato Salad £2 Sunburst Salad Platt '' Hot Purple Plum Cobbler » Dutch Apple Pit 3°' Be Our Guest... A LIMITED NUMBER OF FAMILIES In the Pampa area will be called by phone today! To receive our Special Get Acquainted Advertising Offer If one of our Courteous Operators Calls You. She will arrange Delivery to Your home if you desjre. LISTEN FOR YOUR PHONE TO RING! THIS MAY BE YOUR LUCKY DAY! To Participate in our Program Worth Over 100 AS GOOD AS CASH! For Only $14,95 IOTHING MORE TO PAY »R BUY. EACH (CERTIFICATE GOOD FOR SOMETHING ABSOLUTELY EDI El SPONSORED BY THE PAMPA JAYCEES and The FOLLOWING PAMPA BUSINESSES: The Gift Boutique 1615 N. Hobort Pampa Cable TV 1423 N. Hobart Montgomery Ward Coronado Center Shook Tire Co. 220 N. Somerville Richard's Mobil 1200 N. Hobart Wig Chateau 1319 N. Hobart Zales Jeweler's 107 N. Cuyler Coronado Center Sherwin-Williams 2109 N. Hobart Harvester Bowl 1401 S. Hobart The Idle Hour 1421 N. Hobart Barber Drug 1600 N. Hobart Cock O'Walk Drive In 1328N. Hobart Firestone Stores 120 N. Gray Jordan Conoco 2101 N. Hobart Discount Tire Center 1835 N. Hobart House of Venus 1534 N. Hobart The Wig Shoppe Coronado Ctntor Putt-Putt Golf Course 1407 S. Hobart Pampa Photo 1820 N. Hobart Western Auto Store 219 N. CuyUr Ross Studio 304 W. FoiUr 1-Hour Martinizing 824 W. Francis 1807 N. Hobart

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