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4 PAMTA DARY NIWS PAMPA, TEXAS Slllh YEAR Sunday. June 25. 1972 Youth Center Wrap-Up PAMPA YOUTH Art COMMUNITY CENTER Schedule Monday thru Friday 8:00 Open; Swim Lessons 9: 00 Swim Lessons 10: 00 Swim Lessons 11:00 Swim Lessons 12:OOCIose for lunch 1:00 Reopen; All Ages Swim and Trampoline 4 : 30 Swimming Pool Closes 5 : 00 Center Close for supper 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 Sq. Dance ll:OOCIose 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 at 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 member of the Center. Calico Capers Square Dance The Center has an adult dance acitvity 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 teach dance lessons twice a year and if you are interested in knowing how to square dance, they will be happy to furnish 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 AAU 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, 665-8771 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 Friday. 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 1-4:30 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 several ways that a person may participate at the Center but the most economical one is the membership plan. By purchasing an individual or 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 $0.75 tor adults. The individual membership plan is sold to persons 8 years of age or older and costs only 15. for six months or 88. per year. The family membership which includes all members of the immediate family costs only $12. for six months or $20. a year. You may use al! of the facilities on these two plans except the health facility. This is carried on a different plan. The health club membership is called our unlimited plan. It includes all of the above facilities plus the new exercise room, all the machines, sauna, handball and racquetball courts. This is a well-equipped health facility and we have achieved a good weight program either losing or gaining. 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 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. Teen Dances The Center is presently continuing the teen dances during the summer months on Friday nights. Most dances are from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. There are some attractions that will run from 7-12:00. All dances are well chaperoned and we do not allow the teenagers to come and go. Once they are in the building, they must stay. On June 23, July 7. and July 21 the KIXZ Caravan of Stars will provide the music. Bands on this caravan are Christopher, No. One, Black Water Draw, Friends and E.M. Cecils Band. On June 30 the big attraction of the season will be here. Mini Festival '72. Six groups including the Pipers, Resurrection, Celebration, Johnny Shell, Lonnie Turner and Poppa Jerry Belly Band. Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Sunday, June 25, the 177th day of 1972. There are 189 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1950, the Korean war began as North Korea invaded the Republic of Korea. On this date: In 1788, Virginia ratified the U.S. Constitution. In 1876, Gen. George Custer's force was massacred by Sioux Indians in the Battle of the Little Big Horn in Montana. In 1868, the former Confederate states of North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama and Louisiana were readmitted to the Union. In 1918, American forces drove the Germans out of Belleau Wood, France, after a two-week battle in World War I. In 1934, it was announced that 16 million Americans were on relief. In 1951, the Columbia Broa- casting System presented the first commercial color television broadcast. Ten years ago: The U.S. Supreme Court, in a far-reaching decision, held that the reading of an official prayer in New York public schools violated the Constitution. Five years ago: President Lyndon B. Johnson and Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin ended what were described as "useful talks" in Glassboro, N.J. One year ago: The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hold a hearing on government attempts to restrain the New York Times and Washington Post from publishing secret Pentagon papers. Today's birthdays: Lord Louis Mountbatten of Britain is 72. New Jersey Gov. William T. Cahillis60. Red Cross News ByLIBBYSHOTWELL We have had to turn to our friends in the community to help us subscribe our quota of 1815. for the victims of the disaster in Rapid City, South Dakota. Thanks to all of you have sent contributions to be used in this Disaster and we believe that this time next week, our goal will be reached. Thanks to our local Radio Stations, and our Pampa Daily News for the good news stories they have given our Red Cross. Please send your contributions to the Red Cross for this disaster. We need your help! There will be three first-aid classes beginning soon for those who need to take their Standard first aid or their multi-media first aid. Aubrey Pennington and Jim Kennemer will begin a standard first-aid class June 26 and will continue 28-30 with the last two classes in July. These classes will be held in the Red Cross office of the City Hall (remember to come into the City Hall by the Police Dapartment door). The second class will be a multi-media first aid class and will be taught by James Dalrymple at 7 a.m. July 8 and will continue through the day. Anyone who is interested should contact the Red Cross office so that we may have enough instructors for the group. The third class will be a standard and advanced first-aid class taught by Ray Fisher at the North Fire Station beginning at 7 p.m. July 10, 12, 14,17 and 19. Please let us know if you are planning to take this class. Instructors for our first session for our "Learn to Swim Program" are: Mrs. James Bailey, who is teaching Intermediate and Swimmers classes; Mrs. Ralph Esson teaching Advanced Beginners classes and James Tucker who will help with the Beginner classes. 'Mrs. Martha Hilton is working with the Beginners, also. Thanks to all of you for helping the aides. Douglas H. Johnson, multi-media first-aid instructor from Oklahoma City has held three classes with the following completing the course in the first class: Junior D. Ellis, Paul W. Mathews, Thomas Veale, Rufus D. Holmes, James R. Pryor, Thomas Goldsmith, John E. Beckworth, Fred Click, and Paul Andrews. All of these men work for Skelly Oil Co. , E&P Division. The second class taught by Mr. Johnson for the Skelly Oil Co., E&P Division were: Robert Yost, Jerry Green, Johnny Achord, Lloyd Burnett, Charles McGahen, Donald Hadley, Robert Cherry, Ira Meyers, and Jesse Broome. The third class taught by Mr. Johnson for the men in the E&P Sub-District office for Skelly Oil Co. were: Claxton Butler, Clifton Cummings, Edward Smith. Louis Rushing, Vestal Bailey, Jacob Hupp, Marvin Yell, Billy Parker, and Richard Harrell.Jr. Mrs. Mary Nell Phillips, WSI, has completed several classes at the Pampa Youth Center Pool with the following completing their Beginner class: Byron Smith, Cincy King, Randy Adcock, Jana Buzzard, Clifford Anderson and Cherie Anderson. Those completing their Advanced Beginner class were: Gary O'Neal, Terri Atherton, Denise Scott, Brett Moore, Mike Martindale, Joe Adcock, Cynthia Park, Sherry Largent, Cincy Largent, Tyler Berry and Roy Dean Cardwell. Drilling Intentions PUBLIC INVITED GOSPEL MEETING AT THE PAMPA CHURCH of CHRIST 738 McCullough St. JUNE 26th. thru JULY 2nd 7:30 EACH EVENING DAVID MUTTON Evangelist SUNDAY SERVICE CLASS 10:00 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE 11:00 A.M. EVENING SERVICE 7:00 P.M. Hall County Wildcat. K.V. Patterson-Vcra Lewis No. 1.1,361ft. FS & 487 ft. FE lines of Sec. 15, Leon Blum. PD 2,000 ft. Hansford County Wildcat. Western States Producing Co. Rafferty No. I. 1,980ft. FS& 1,980 ft. FE Lines of Sec. 313, 2. GH4H. PD 7,500 ft. Hemphill County Hemphill (Granite Wash). Alpar Resources, Inc. Arrington Ranch No. 2. 660 ft. FN & 660 ft. FE lines of Sec. 53, A-2.H&GNRR.PD 11,600 ft. Mathers Ranch (Douglas). Monsanto Co. Sluder No. 1. 990 ft. FE& 1,100 ft. FS lines of Sec. l.TTRR.PD7,050ft. Plug Bake Potter County West Panhandle (Red Cave). Colorado Interstate Gas Co. Masterson No. 56-R. 1,250ft. FN & 1,800ft. FE lines of Sec. 32, 3, G&M.PD 1.859 ft. West Panhandle (Red Cave). Colorado Interstate Gas Co. Masterson No. 57-R. 1,450ft. FN & 1,850 ft. FE lines of Sec. 109, 0-18, D&P. PD 1,702 ft. West Panhandle (Red Cave). Colorado Interstate Gas Co. Masterson No. 58-R. 900 ft. FN & 1,700 ft. FW lines of Sec. 28, 3. G&M.PD 1,935 ft. West Panhandle (Red Cave). Colorado Interstate Gas Co. Masterson No. 59-R. 1,150 FS & 1,320 ft. FW lines of Sec. 16, 3, G&M.PD 1,935 ft. West Panhandle (Red Cave). Colorado Interstate Gas Co. Masterson No. 60-R. 2,000 ft. FN & 900ft. FE lines of Sec. 21, 3, G&M.PD 1,981 ft. West Panhandle. Colorado Interstate Gas Co. Masterson No. B-97. 2.200 ft. FN & 700 ft. fw lines of Sec. 66. 0-18. D&P. PD 3,294 ft. Replacement. West Panhandle (Red Cave). Colorado Interstate Gas Co. Masterson No. 61-R. 4,200 ft. FW &330 ft. FN lines of Sec. 81, 3, G&M.PD 2,090 ft. Ochiltree County Ellis Ranch (Cleveland). Diamond Shamrock Corp. Dudley et al No. 1-32. 1,250 ft. FN & 1,250 ft. FE lines of Sec. 32,13,T&NO.PD7,200ft. Local Youth Films Plane Crash In NY A Pampa youth took pictures of an airplane crash at the Transpo 72 exhibition in Washington, D.C., on June 4 while he was waiting to fly home. Lynn Hart, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hart, 1323 Mary Ellen, was watching the Air Force Thunderbird when one of the planes crashed, killing the pilot. Lynn took about 7 or 8 feet of 8-mm film of the crash and its after-effects. He had about 50 feet of the entire show. The accident occurred on the last day of the show. The exhibition was held at Dulles Airport near Washington. Lynn had been in Washington with "Up With People," a traveling musical group. His parents had come for the graduation. They were all watching Transpo 72 while awaiting the plane home. The Thunderbird accident was the third to mar the exhibition. Earlier in the show a racing pilot was killed in a crash and one man, being towed by a plane while he rode a giant kite, fell to the earth when the tow-line broke. A representative of the local Air Force recruiting office saw Lynn's film and contacted Air Force officials in Fort Worth about it. To date, Lynn has not heard from the Air Force about the film. HltchhlMNlCMlKy Panhandle. McCulloch Oil Corp. Board No. 2. M7 ft. FE & 467ft. PN lines of Sec. 100,5-T, T&NORR.PD 3,300 ft. Panhandle. McCulloch Oil Corp. McNutt No. 1-1«. 467 ft. FW & 3,630 ft. FN lines of Sec. 16,-,R. McNutt. PD 3,300 ft. Panhandle. McCulloch Oil Corp. PreallNo.2. 1,850ft.PS A 2,173ft. FE lines of Sec. 65,5-T, TtNORR.PD 3,300 ft. Panhandle. McCulloch Oil Corp. Pritchard No. 2. 2,310 ft. FS A 2,173 ft. FE lines of Sec. 6, l.BBB&CRRPD 3,300 ft. COMPLETIONS Hemphill County Humphreys (Douglas). Gulf Oil Corp. Marguerite Humphreys No. 1. Sec. --, --, James Ford. Ccmpl. 3-23-72. Pot. 4,800 MCF-D. Perfs. 7,170 ft. 7.397 ft. PBTD7,412 ft. Moore County Panhandle (Red Cave). Crystal Oil & Land Co. Killgore No. 22-1-I-R. Sec. 22, PMc, EL&RR. Compl. 4-20-72. Pot. 10 BOPD. GOR TSTM Pen's. 2,206 ft., 2,306 ft., PBTD 2,490 ft. Panhandle (Red Cave). Crystal Oil and Land Co. Killgore No. 22-8-2-R. Sec. 22, PMc, EL&RR. Compl. 5-19-72. Pot 8 BOPD. Gor TSTM Perfs. 2,141 ft., 2,263 ft., PBTD 2,425 ft. Modern Equipment Oil Show Feature CADDO SPRING VALLEY WATER • 100% Pure Spring Water from Hot Springs, Arkansas • No chlorine, fluorine to interfere with health or taste. • Ideal Mineral Balance Only Pennies A Day! For $ 1 Just T I a month... ....have The Caddo Valley Spring Water DISPENSER in Your Home! or enjoy Electric Water Cooler...'4.50 month! Ozarka Water Co. 665-1782 Because of its 55,000 lakes, one-tenth of Finland lies under water. ODESSA-Oil industry equipment of the latest design and valued in the millions of dollars will be exhibited this fall for more than 350,000 visitors at the Permian Basin Oil Show, October 18-21. Deep within the show grounds, however, is a small corner of the past, where modern equipment of a bygone age will be shown. The "boomtown" area is only a short walk from the main exhibit area, but is is a walk into the past. The antique equipment used by those pioneer oil hunters is a mecca for amatuer historians and oilmen who qualify as oldtimers. The many pieces of equipment were collected from all over West Texas and neighboring New Mexico by men who wanted to preserve the color and history of their industry. The wooden derrick towering over the site is in its turn overshadowed by almost all of today's equipment being exhibited nearby. Despite this, the Boomtown area has a magic all its own. The huge wooden derrick, massive iron and wood walking beam, hundreds of pieces of equipment appearing to be made by hand are waiting for the thousands of people who will marvel at it. More than 50 years ago, West Texas was a sparsely populated country that depended on the whims of nature and the cattle industry for most of its income. Roads were little more than cow trails cut haphazardly across the arid sand hills. Then oil was discovered! The country has never been the same. Men whose names were to become legendary in the oil industry started coming to dusty West Texas. Legends abound about those early days and the men who hunted for oil. One of the world's most famous oil pools was found because a truck broke down in the middle of a pasture and the wildcatter had just enough money to drill the well if he started that day. Instead of trying to move the rig to the location a few miles away, the wildcatter told his crew to start drilling—right where the truck broke down. The field found by that driller almost half a century ago is still producing a limited amount of oil today. Years later, that same wildcatter got around to drilling on the location he had planned to test originally. It was bone dry. Use of adhesive stamps was adopted in England in 1839 and begun in 1840. Our Men In Military GREGORY M. WHITE Ft.SILL,OKLA.(AHTN^)- Army Private Gregory:'M White, 19, son of Mr, and Mrs. Charles M. White, 2014 Charles, Pampa, Tex., recently completed an eight-week Pershing Missile Crewman Course at the U.S. Army Fjltld Artillery Training Center,: Ft. Sill.Okla. During the course, h trained in the maintenance^nd firing of the Pershing',' a surface-to-surface, forward area troop support missileilHe also learned the transportation skills required for reliable weapons deployment and-.the ability to assemble and aritahe weapon for maximum tactical effect. Pvt. White entered the Army last January and completed basic training at Ft. Campbell, Ky. Pvt. White, whose wife, Martha, was with him in Oklahoma, is a 1971 graduate of Pampa High Scmx/1. RICHARD C.TACKETT SAN DIEGO, Calif. ( F H T N C ) —Marine Pvt. Richard C. Tackett, son of Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Lawrance of White Deer, Tex., graduated from basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego. Be Our Guest... LISTEN FOR YOUR PHONE TO RING! THIS MAY BE YOUR LUCKY DAY! To Participate in our Program Worth Over 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 desire. AS GOOD AS CASH! For Only $14.95 IOTHING MORE TO PAY >R BUY. EACH [CERTIFICATE GOOD FOR SOMETHING ABSOLUTELY SPONSORED BY THE PAMPA JAYCEES and The FOLLOWING PAMPA BUSINESSES: The Gift Boutique 1615 N. Hobart Pampa Cable TV 1423 N. Hobart Montgomery Ward Coronado Center Shook Tire Co. 220 N. Somerville Richard's Mobil 1200N. Hobart Wig Chateau 1319N. Hobart Zales Jeweler's 107 N. Cuyltr 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 Center Putt-Putt Golf Course 1407 S. Hobart Pampa Photo 1820 N. Hobart Western Auto Store 219 N. Cuyler Ross Studio 304 W. Foster 1-Hour Martinizing 824 W. Francis 1807 N. Hobart

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