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June 25, 1972

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Piu D1 . PAMPA. TEXAS N(|| YEAR Sunday. June tt. 1172 Younger Generation Pampa's Young Men And Women Of Tomorrow Tl . .iM**^ "- • Melody EpperMM, 6-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Epperson, Star Route 2, Pampa. Greg Epperson, 4-year-old son ! of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Epperson, j Star Route 2, Pampa. ,, Shell) Campbell, 1-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Campbell. 712 N. Sumner, Granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Calvertand Mrs. Ellen Campbell, all of Pampa. Shane Campbell, 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Campbell, 712 N. Sumner, Grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Calvert and Mrs. Ellen Campbell, all of Pampa. _ , , ,..,._ HmMmumMMMMiMM On The Record Highland General Hospital FRIDAY Admissions Mrs. Veronica Carroll. 823-A N. Nelson. Mrs. Leona E. Bearden, 309 Tignor. Mrs. Carolyn Hanover, Lefors. Mrs. Martha A. Brown, 112S. Starkweather. Baby Boy Carroll. 823-A N. Nelson. -Russell Faye Brown, 1336 Hamilton. Mrs. Ruby Priest, 112 W. Browning. Baby Boy Bearden, 309 Tignor. Dismissals Mrs. Shirley M. Winters, 601 E. 19th. Mrs. Wilma Queries. 1820 N. Zimmers. Steve Lash, 1113 Huff Road. Mrs. Lelia Matthews, White Deer. Evan Jones. 1129 N. Starkweather. Mrs. Marie Cloud, 623 E. Browning. Curtis Eudey, Lefors. Mrs. Jean Scott, Pampa. Mrs. Nina Bonsai, 1017 E. Foster. Leslie Alexander, 1121 Terry. Mrs. Hattie L. Mills. 1900 N. Banks. Clyde C. Mead, Pampa. Mrs. Edna E. Brock. Pampa. Mrs. Maritta A. Mills, 2222 Duncan. Mrs. Bessie L. Stephens, 712 Deane Drive. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Luther M. Carroll. Jr.. 823-A N. Nelson, on the birth of a boy at 12:36 p.m. weighing 4 Ibs., 13ozs. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bearden. 309 Tignor, on the birth of a boy at 3:00 p.m. weighing 8 Ibs., 8 ozs. Marriages Goerge Boyd Payne and BrendaNellBradshaw. Daniel Arthur Hood and Sandra Diane Hedgecoke. Riley Wade Archibald and Patricia Arlene Jenkins. Virgil Kelvin Neil and Aleyce Dynette Bowen. Jeffrey Brent Mayfield and Rebecca FayeScribner. New Car Registrations Archie's Truck Service, Inc., Pampa, Chevrolet. Texaco, Inc., Midland, Chevrolet. Larry Kotara, 825 Beryl, Ford. Larry W. Foster. 515 N. West, Oldsmobile. Amoco Production Co., Liberal, Kan., Ford. Karl Parks, 1048 Cinderella, Ford. James D. Beesley, 1108 Sierra, Ford. Faye Eaton, 1601 Mary Ellen, Chevrolet. James A. Cox, Clarendon, Ford. J.C. Williams, Canadian, Pontiac. Doyle E. Stricklin, 2206 Hamilton, Chevrolet. F.A. Elstron. 2700 Aspen. Lincoln. Cheryl Ann Smith. McLean, Volkswagen. Ralph E. Peterson, 209 Sunset Drive, Chevrolet. Merriman and Barber Consulting Engineers, Inc., Pampa, Chevrolet. Craig Wilborn, 2212 Chestnut, Toyota. Obituaries MRS.BETTIENORRIS Funeral services will be held at 2 pjn. Monday in Duenkel FuriefSI Home Memorial Chapel for Mrs. Bettie Richardson Norris, 95, who died at 1 a.m. Saturday at Pampa Nursing Center. Rev. Ralph Palmer of the First Christian Church will officiate, and burial will be in Memory Gardens. Born May 15. 1877. at Ethel, Tex., she moved to Pampa in 1926 from Walters, Okla. She was a member of the First Christian Church and the oldest member of Royal Neighbors Lodge No. 491. She is survived by one son, SUBSCRIPTION RATES ihrpampa Daily News By carrier in Hampa and RTZ 11.75 per munlh IS 25 per 3 months $1050 per 6 months $21 00 per year. By motor route II 75 per month By mail in HTX113 per year By mail outside RTZ 119 50 per year and RTZ Single copy 10 cents daily 15 cents Sunday. Published daily except 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. U78 Milling y»ur Daily N*wi? DM **« 25W Ma,, J a.m. , 10 a.m. Sunaayi J.T. Richardson of Pampa; seven grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren. Money Missing From Residence The Ralph Busse family, 1923 Holly, returned from a ball game Friday night to find $25 in small bills and coins missing from the children's bedroom. According to the official police report, entry was gained through a door leading from the garage which was open. It was suspected to be the work of a child who might have known about the money, according to the police account. The incident is under investigation. Mainly About People Kirby Vacuum Sweeper Company is now selling Bison Vacuum Cleaners. Still servicing Kirby at the same location. 512!4 S. Cuyler. 669-2990. (Adv. I W.T. Broxson, 832 E. Craven is at home recuperating after spending several days in the Groom hospital. Vine Ripe tomatoes. Delicious Texas peaches. S&J Mart. (Adv.) Miss Cathy Reynolds, daughter of Bob Reynolds of Dallas, formerly of Pampa, was graduated this month from Michigan State University. She will study this summer in London, England for seven weeks, which she plans to attend the Olympics in Munich, Germany. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Frank E. Reynolds, 434 N. Starkweather. Rummage Sale—Elks Lodge, 1523 N. Hobart. Saturday 9:00 a.m. Sunday 2:00 p.m. Sponsored by Ladies of the Elks. (Adv.) Randall Hildenbrand, a student at Texas A&M University, has been named as a distinguished student for the Spring semester. To be eligible for this honor, a student must maintain a grade-point average of at least 3.25. Hildenbrand is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Abe Hildenbrand, 2505 Rosewood. Blonde three-piece bedroom suite.Call665-1053. (Adv.) Mrs. LaVonna Andrus Dalton, formerly of Pampa, won the coveted "most improved player" award of the Women's Golf Association at Silver Lake, Fla. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Andrus of Pampa, she and her husband, Gary, reside in Leesburg, Fla. Grand Opening! La" Siesta Restaurant. Formerly the Silver Spur. Monday, June 26.9 a.m. East Frederic. Specializing in Mexican Food. (Adv.) Moving Sale: 1320 Garland. Piano, bar stools, and house. (Adv.) For Sale: 1966 Bel-Air. Power, air. Excellent shape. $625. 1716 Fir. (Adv.) Garage Sale: Monday-Tuesday only. 1917N.Christy. (Adv.) C-C Events Still Needs More Funds The "three-in-one" fund to finance Pampa's July 4th Independence Day Program, U.S. Highway 60, and Panhandle Playground Association was still in need of contributions Saturday. The traditional July Fourth celebration which includes a free fireworks display will be at Recreation Park on the evening of July 4. The program will feature western games and contests, including Pony Express and Chuck-Wagon races, directed by Andy Smith and Richard Guggisberg. This portion of the program will start at7:30p.m. The Kwahadi Indian Dancers of Amarillo will follow the western games with a demonstration of colorful Indian dances. Thirty-five members will compose the dance group. The formal "Honor America" Independence Day Program, with Chamber president Roy Sparkman presiding, will begin at 9 p.m. with presentation of the colors by the Gray County 4-H Riding Club. Gray County Sheriff Rufe Jordan will give the Independence Day address, followed by a big fireworks program produced by the Burnett Fireworks Co. of Enid, Okla., and fired by the Pampa fire department. Nearly 90 local business firms and individuals already have made contributions to the special fund to make possible the programs, but additional contributions are needed to raise the 3-fund quota of $1,400. Contributions should be mailed to the Chamber of Commerce, Box 1942. Pampa, Texas 79065. Criminal Justice Grant Made AUSTIN - Panhandle Regional Planning Commission, Amarillo, was one of 26 regional and metropolitan area planning councils awarded criminal justice planning grants for fiscal 1973 by Gov. Preston Smith this past week. Amount was 129.300. The awards, totaling 1793,718. will come from the Criminal Justice Council, which oversees statewide law enforcement planning and administers funds from the U.S. Department of Justice for crime control projects in Texas. The Panhandle grant will be used in implementing action projects outlined in previous plans and in updating the comprehensive five-year criminal justice plan for the 25 counties of the Panhandle State Planning Region. Present efforts to upgrade law enforcement in the region include peace officer training, upgrading technical equipment for law enforcement agencies, improving communications and providing aids to courts and prosecutors. Canadian Plans Fourth Of July Celebration CANADIAN-The annual Fourth of July celebration begins here July 2 which is the first of three days of rodeo performances but the main event will be the parade at 11 a.m. July 4. Deadline for float entries in the parade will be June 30. There will be prizes in seven categories: commercial, church and civic club, antique cars, comedy and novelty, riding clubs and , horse or mule-drawn wagons. First prize will be f 15 and second, f 10. For the youngsters, there will be a turtle race and a greased pig race. Barbeque will be served at noon and a watermelon feast in the evening, mclhU'l Uv Hunipu v L cru Jmy rUNfcKAL DlKfcC FOHS 6o5-2323 He wants the Dig things in ~ your life to be happy. D. C. ASH 407 Comb(.WorUy Bldg. 6*9-2151 •cunpa B Southwestern Life tIFE • HEAITH • ANNUITIES IA0GExecutiveBelieves 1972 OilDrillin* Will Surpass 1971 By Substantial Margiii HOUSTON (AP) - The 1I7J outlook for domestic oil and gas (frilling activity remains encouraging. Warren L. Baker, executive vice president of the International Association of Drilling Contractors, says it now seems certain 1172 operations will surpass 1171 by a substantial margin. "As long as there are more rigs working than in the preceding year, the outlook will represent an improvement over the steady and sometimes drastic decrease which has characterized U.S. drilling since IMS," Baker says. The first five months of 1972 had an average of 1,050 rotary drilling rigs in operation. This is 183 rigs or 18 per cent above the comparable year earlier period. Early June reports also offer encouragement. Activity sometimes drops a bit during June but the first three weekly reports for the month indicated an upward trend for active rigs, the average climbing from 1,922 tol.Wl.tolJM Baker says the weekly average this year has been under I,ON in only two weeks, with a Ml average reported April 14 and a M4 average on May IS. "This was a marked improvement over It7l, when there were five weeks with less than MO rigs, II weeks with less than MO rigs working, and four weeks with less than ISO rigs," he said. "The lowest point in 1171 was 814 rigs active on March 13, while the smallest number in 1172 was the M8 on April 4. There is a good chance that this figure will hold as the lowest level of 1*72." Baker says every month so far this year and four of the last five months of 1971 topped the averages for the previous year. "Thus, nine of the last 20 Kidnap Suspect Gives Self Up To Authorities ENNIS, Tex. (AP) - A man sought in connection with the kidnaping of a teen-age girl surrendered Saturday afternoon to authorities. The man, identified as Carl Hughes, 31, hid at the home of a relative after fleeing from a patrol car. Police said the patrol'car chased Hughes' car shortly after a teen-age girl was forced into a car occupied by another man earlier Saturday. Hughes' car stopped and he fled after the girl was released, officers said. The girl and the other man Borger Man Dies Of Gun Shot Wound A Borger man was killed Friday afternoon when a pistol discharged accidentally and shot him in the chest. Calvin Gilchrest, 25. was pronounced dead on arrival at North Plains Hospital in Borger. Witnesses said Gilchrest was shot about 6:20 p.m. while visiting a friend at an apartment at 66 Courts. Police said Jackie Wood, 22. of Skellytown, apparently was looking at the pistol when it discharged. No ruling had been made in Gilchrest's death Saturday. Police officials said they expect an inquest to be held probably Monday. Funeral services for Mr. Gilchrest will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Bible Baptist Church in Borger, with Rev. Leonard Forsythe officiating. Burial will be in Highland Park Cemetery under the direction of Minton Mortuary. Wheel And Tire Stolen Pampa police are investigating the theft of a wheel and tire from Hughes Automotive, 401 W. Foster, Friday. The owner of the firm named a suspect, according to the official report, telling police the man asked to buy a tail pipe from the salvage vehicle. He was loaned a jack to remove the pipe and removed the wheel in the process. Shortly after the customer paid for the part and left, the wheel and tire were missed. Police are checking out the incident. were not identified. He was located later in the home of a relative and surrendered to police after a minister went into the house and convinced him to give up. He was charged with kidnap- ing before Justice of the Peace L.J. Emmert. Police said Hughes also has federal robbery charges pending against him and had spent some time in a California prison. Marijuana Suspect Arrested 1 An unidentified suspect was lodged in jail following his arrest at 8:25 p.m. Friday on suspicion of marijuana possession. Officer Bryan Stafford checked a vehicle speeding on North Starkweather and stopped it at Starkweather and Garland streets. The driver could not produce a valid Texas drivers license, according to the official report of the incident, and was placed under arrest. During the routine "pat-down" a bulge in a boot of the suspect was checked for a small weapon. Instead, a medicine vial was produced containing the suspected marijuana. The man was then taken to jail. Car Occupants Sought By Police A search is on for the occupants of a late model green sedan following their failure to , pay for $4.97 worth of gasoline at a local service station. 'Employes of Richards Mobil Service, 1200 N. Hobart notified police immediately after the incident at 8:15 p.m., Friday. BONANZA FAST SAFE —Charter Service —Air Ambulance —F.A.A. Approved CAP JOLLY PAMPA FLYING SERVICE 665-1733 How dependable is your watch? Not very? We'll fix it. Our Tune-Up Special includes* cleaning, oiling, polishing, testing, adjusting and electronic timing for only *6.95 Automatic Wind '8.95 Automatic Calendar .... to, OJ Day-Dot* Watch** M 6 95 Speciality Watch** Slightly Hiahar Use one of our convenient charge plans • Zales Custom Charge • Zalcs Revolving Charge • Master Charge • BankAmericard •fn\t not included month! have had greater rig activity than a year ago." he aaid. "The lone exception was December, which fell snort by iofllyonerl|." The trends are particularly encouraging in that the long decline referred to by Baker saw only 21,135 domestic well completions in (171 compared with a record M.IM in 1*M. The 1972 trends have resulted in not only greater rig activity but more well completions and more footage being drilled. "During the first four months of this year. 1.222 new wells Public Hearing On Buildings Set Tuesday A public hearing on proposed demolition of seven abandoned buildings on N. West, W. Tuke, N. Cuyler. Twiford and Roberta streets and scheduling a public hearing on four other buildings on S. Wilcox and S. Somerville streets have been set for Tuesday's meeting of the City Commission in City Hall. Commissioners will consider a resolution requesting the State Highway Commission extend the improvement of S. Barnes St. from US 60 to McCulloughSt. Authorization is expected to be given for payment of about 14,500 for changes made in construction at the M.K. Brown auditorium. Final payment also will be made to the J.W. Cooper Construction Co. of Odessa, auditorium contractor. Several other routine matters will be considered on the 9-item agenda. Basketball Affray Charge To Be Heard Municipal Judge Don Lane will hear a charge of assault against Freddy L. Wilbon. 17, 528 Crawford, at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday. Charges were brought by Delmar Currett, Amarillo. in behalf of his son, Robert P. Durrett. The case grew out of an alleged altercation last February in one of the closing basketball games of the season. Contention at the time was that Wilbon struck Durrett rendering him unconscious following a dispute on the playing floor. Wilbon was suspended from the team but no further discipline was invoked at the time. were drilled, an Increase of nearly nine per cent over the I.4M drilled the same month* last year and almost on a pat-' ity with lift volumes," Baker reports. C-C Members • To Get Prizes i At Luncheon • Reports on Chamber 'of Commerce projects during the summer months and awarding of prizes to winning teams in the, recent membership drive will, highlight Monday's chamber, luncheon in Coronado Inn. Roy Sparkman, chamber, president, said the Monday: meeting will be the last monthly luncheon until September, New members are especially urged to attend the luncheon tomorrow, Sparkman said, 1 Card of Thanfct ' JISSI AUIN CONNIR We would like to express our sincere annrcriation and heart felt thanks to our dear friends, relatives and Highland Baptist Church, for the lovely floral offerings, food and kindness; and a special thanks to Rev. Mitchell Phillips (brother-in-law) in our bereavement and deepest hour of sorrow for the loss of our Beloved Husband, Father, Son and Brother-. Mrs. Lois Conner, sons It daughters Mr. Fred E. Conner, father Brothers and Sisters LOVING MIMOtltS Your gentle face and patient smile with sadness we recall You had a kindly word for each and died beloved by all. The voile is mute and stilled the heart, That loved as well and true, Ah. bitter was the trail to part From one so good as you. Your are not forgotten loved on Nor will remember the. We miss you now, our hearts are sore. As time goes by we miss you more. Your loving smile, your gentle face, No one can fill your vacant place. You cannot say, you must not say That he is dead. He Is just away! With a cherry smile and a wave of hand He has wandered into an unknown land And left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be, since he lingers there; To think of him faring on as dear In the love of there as the love of Thee Think of him still as the same and say He is not dead, he is Just away. LIFE OF THE PARTY! PLAYER PIANO Play it like) a regular piano...or let it play itself—electronically Fun becomes contagious and the party suddenly begins to swing—the moment you plug in your Wurlitior Player Piano and slip a music roll into the player unit. Of course, if you wish, it can be played manually like any regular piano. Either way you'll appreciate the rich, full tones. Simple to operate, easy to use, the Wurlitzer Player Piano is perfect for parties, dancing, or just listening. If s really TWO perfect pianos housed in a beautifully wrought cabinet. Just for he fun of it, why not sit down to a Wurlitzer Player Pianol Come in for a Demonstration...See How Easy it is to Play Even if You Can't Play a Note. 119 N. CuyUr 665-1251 Since 1919 117 N. CUYLER / PHONE 666-1251

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