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10 PAMPA DAIIY NtWS I'AMI'A. TEXAS MtHYEAn Wednesday, June 28,1972 Sports Willie Mays and the Mets The Standings Taking Care* of the Old Boy American League Detroit Baltimore Cleveland Boston New York Milwaukee Oakland Chicago Minnesota Kansas City California Texas East W L 35 26 33 28 27 32 26 33 26 33 23 37 Went 42 20 36 26 33 27 29 32 30 35 26 37 Pet GB .574 .541 2 .451 7 .441 8 .441 8 .383 IP* .677 .581 6 .550 8 .475 12'* .462 13'/i .413 1614 IN TIME—Ideal first baseman Gary Richards takes the throw from the pitcher in time to put out First National Bank's Steve Robertson. Ideal edged First National 4-3 in the game played last night in Optimist Park. (Staff Photo by John Ebling) JETS BACK AT HOFSTRA HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) - The New York Jets will hold their summer training camp at Hofstra University for the fifth straight year. The camp will open in mid- July and run through the first week of September. Meeting rooms will be available in the new physical education center. The team will make quarters in Tower D. A DELAWARE FAVORITE WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) Eldon Nelson, who won the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico riding Bee Bee Bee, is one of the favorites of summer racing fans at Delaware Park. Over the years Nelson has won many races at Delaware Park, including such stakes as the Blue Hen and Dover, sprints for 2-year-old fillies. GIFT FROM BOSH AM ER CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) - The new $500,000 Cary Boshamer Stadium which was opened this spring at the University of North Carolina Stadium was the gift of Cary C. Boshamer, Gastonia, N. C., textile industrialist who attended the school, class of 1917. The new stadium, which seats 2,000 fans, has a modern lighting system. Pittsburgh New York Chicago St. Louis Montreal Philadelphia Cincinnati Houston Los Angeles Atlanta 29 San Francisco 26 NationalLeague East W L Pet 39 23 25 27 33 36 40 39 36 3$ 28 23 West 40 25 .615 40 26 .606 35 30 .538 34 45 GB .629 .609 1 .571 3'/4 .484 9 438 12 365 16' San Diego 21 43 '/i 5 .460 10 .426 17 .328 IS'/i Dayton, Ohio's Exhibition Center will be the scene of the 1975 American Bowling championships^ EXCLUSIVE! $ 3- $ 8 OFF! WARDS POWR-KRAFf TOOLS-NEW LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN, DOUBLE-INSULATED SAFETY CHECK THESE OUTSTANDING FEATURES! • Double insulation—helps protect against shocks • Modular construction—added strength, durability • Cycolac® housing—lightweight and chip-resistant • I-beam power unit—keeps motor, bearings, gears in line and working together smoothly • Convenient 2-prong plug—no adapter necessary EACH £41188 OUR 100TH ANNIVERSARY YEAR CHARGE IT!" DUAL-ACTION, 3600- ORBITS/MIN. SANDER REG. 29.95 VARI-SPEED SABRE SAW WITH 3/4" STROKES REG. 20.39 Mb mt o raivrmd K m M rw W >•« Tk. *• W • M «• •) «"»• W HOUSING MODIAI POWII MOOUil MODULAR CONSTRUCTION There or* only 4 major parts to the tool's construction: housing, power, work and control modules. And that means strong tools with long working livttl CONTBOl MOMJU FOR CENTURY 2 CONVENIENCE, JUST SAY "CHAIGE Iff" By IRA BERKOW NEA Sports Editor NEW YORK-<NEA)Willie Mays still runs with the suggestion of a chicken scuttering off a dirt road. All darts and flutters and purpose. At 41, he remains light- footed and pigeon-toed and bow-legged and forever capable of scooting out from under his cap at the slightest head of steam. That's the way it is now, since he was sold on May 6 from the San Francisco Giants to the New York Mets. He seems to have been recently shot full of adrenalin. At the end of last season, Willie Mays was embarrassing himself, something he said he'd never do—he said he'd quit when it came to that. In the play-offs against the Pirates, there were fly balls dropping at May's feet in center that once would have plopped in his waist-high glove. At the beginning of this season, it looked like curtains for Mays. He was hitting below .200, hitting no homers, and hitting rock bottom with his manager, Charlie Fox. He was a highly paid decaying superstar who was cantankerous and ineffectual. In short, no bargain any more. At least, not for the Giants. Owner Horace Stoneham of the Giants, unable to afford Mays' salary and unable to see a future place for Mays in the Giant organization, knew that he could peddle Mays off to the Mets, whose owner, Mrs. Joan Payson, has a sentimental attachment for Mays that stretches umbilically back to the days of the New York Giants. Mrs. Payson would be happy to sign Mays' sumptuous checks. And New York welcomed Ken Buchanan Is Still Fuming NEW YORK (AP) - Ken Buchanan, still fuming over the controversial loss of his world lightweight boxing championship to Roberto Duran, feels the referee should have ruled the bout "nocontest." Duran, the 21-year-old former street fighter from Panama, won the crown when Monday night's scheduled 15-rounder was halted after Buchanan was floored from an apparent low blow after the bell had sounded ending the 13th round. "He (referee Johnny Lo- Bianco). stopped the fight because I was hit with a low blow at the end of a round. He should have called it no contest, that's what he should have done," Buchanan said Tuesday. The two fighters continued punching after the bell. Duran forced Buchanan against the ropes and then the 27-year- old Scot fell to the canvas, writhing in agony and clutching his groin. "Duran landed a hard blow to the solar plexus area. It was a fair blow," LoBianco said after the bout. Films of the fight, however, revealed Buchanan was struck with a roundhouse right that landed well below the belt line. Legal Publication THE STATE OK TEX Al COUNTY OF GHAY NOTICE TO CRIDITOHS OF THE ESTATE OP GLADYS IRENE HUIEH DECEASED Nctlc* J» teraky |l»ra Uul ulflul klUri UitaniMUry vpu Ifct EiUU of Gliiyi IrtM Hvitr, Dteutri. «tr. WILLIE MAYS, left, is held on first by Henry Aaron. Mays the way the ancient Greeks greeted a war-worn hero borne aloft on a shield. He had been away from the home front since the Giants moved to San Francisco in 1958. Mays had been a young, bubbly, wondrously enthusiastic and exciting ballplayer then, and "Say, hey Willie" was everybody's boy. And a boy, to many, he has remained. He still represents eternal youth to the fans. He can run with startling speed, and his swing is so passionate that it seems at the moment the most important thing in the world. Now that he is playing every few days instead of every day, his aging but beautiful muscular body can 5 Special Notices SPOTS before your eyes-on your new carpel-remove them with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampoorer. $1. Pampa Hardware. TOP 0 TEXAS Masonic Lodge No. 1381. Monday and Tuesday, June 2627, study and practice. Visitors welcome, members urged to attend. COME TO 108 Sunset Drive. Yellow house south across street from Central Park. Try one of Jess Turner's $1.50 hair cuts. 13 Business Opportunities LOCAL AREA drive inn restaurant for sale or lease. Ideal opportunity for a family operation. Doing good volume. Must sell or lease because of other business interest. For more information, write Box 1134, Pampa, Texas 79065. 14 Business Service REFRIGERATOR AND AIR CONDITIONER REPAIR. D. J. receive jolts of rejuvenation. It seems also that he is a boy to M. Donald Grant, chairman of the board of the Mets, and Mrs. Payson's right-hand man. For when Mays became a Met, Grant said, "We'll be able to take care of Willie the way the Giants were not prepared to." "Taking care of Willie Mays"? The phrasing was sad and wrong. Willie Mays, virile hero, had always been able to take care of himself, hadn't he? Nobody "took care" of Willie Mays. Until the Mets. The Mets have told Mays that he will be either a coach or a public relations aide at career's conclusion. That is, when he can no MY—Upholstering BRUMMETT'S UPHOLSTERY 1918 Alcock 669-7581 18 Beauty Shops PAMPA COLLEGE OF HAIRDRESSING 716 W. Fos'er 665-3521 . »U< to «f . UM v»4trilut4. «• Ikt If* y *f Dictator. 1171. ky tki CMirl tl Gri» Cwuly, Ttui. All kiviif cliini ilitul uM nUlt *r< kcrckyrt ' — •Ilkhilkt My ru _______ ,.. >1M Ly» llrwt, Pinpi. Ttui TIMS. CARL ADAM HUBER Jwwly. Tl .. i|*tul by rt«ulrtd to prttMt Ikt uni to mi m Ik* line prttcriM by !••. r riiMcin »4 »*•! dlk* iMrtu li JtiM M, 1171 ellk*EiUU«r GUi>i IrtM Hvk*r DMMM4 A-7S 2 Monuments WARDS Coronado Center.. .Open Till 8 KM. MARKERS-Monuments. Best material. Lowest prices. Phone Fort 665-5622. Ill S. Hobart. 3 Personol ACTION GROUP A.A. and A!-Anon meet Wednesdays 8 p.m. and Sundays 1 p.m. in West annex of Church at North Gray and Montague Streets. 665-2521. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS and Al- Anon meet every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 p.m. 727 W. Browning. Welcome. Call 665-1242 anytime. 5 Special Notices VAC-PAC NOWI Don't miss out on The Pampa News while vou're away! Order a vacation pack for the period of your vacation by calling 664-2525 or.be telling your newspaper carrier. Your VAC-PAC will be delivered to your door upon your return. Be sure and take advantage of the free offer. PIANO LESSONS, Call 669-7124. Enroll for summer session. Beginners are a speciality. Circjt 'S' Appliance Repair Service on Washers and Dryers, 1100 Alcock, Gary Stevens. 665-8905 140 Carpentry RALPH BAXTER CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER ADDITIONS-REMODELING PHONE 665-8248 A-l CONSTRUCTION Concrete Storm Cellar* Any size, foundations, driveways, floors, house leveling. Free estimates. 665-1015. T. L. POSEY Building Contractor, repair. Large or small. 665-4293. 14H General Service Electric Razor Service. Any make. Any model. Authorized service on Remington and Royal office machine. Time clocks. Memo machines and most other office machines. Call us for free consultations and estimations. Rear Pampa Office Supply. Phone 669-3353. 14J — Oenerol Repair WEST TEXAS Shaver Repair Remington Authorized Service. All makes repaired under warranty. 2132 N. Christy 669-6618 14M town Mower Service REBUILT LAWNMOWERS. Mower repair. We buy old mowers. Baldwin Garage. UN — Pointing DAVID HUNTER PAINTING AND DECORATING ROOF SPRAYING. 665-2903 MS Plumbing * Hooting Septic Tanks and Drain Pipe Builders' Numbing Supply 533 S. Cuyler 665-3711 14T—Rodlo* Television BAR TV SERVICE We Specialize in servicing RCA and Magnavox. Charlie Koenig 1105 Gar- GENE A DON'S T.V. Sylvania Sales and Service 300_ W._ Foster 669J481 SALES and SERVICE RCA WHIRLPOOL We Buy Used Appliances FLEMING APPLIANCE 665-3743 1312 N. Hobart HAWKINS-EDOINS APPLIANCE 854 W. Foster 012 Kentucky Factory authorized sales and service. Zenith, Magnavox, Maytag, Frigidare, Amana, Kitchen Aid, Hot Point, Magic Chef, Fedders. 6693207. 19 Situations Wonted PAINTING AND window repair, caulking etc. For free estimates call 665-3496. Will do baby sitting in my home. 1201 N. Russell. 669-3163. 21 Help Wonted HELP WANTED: Goodyear Tire needs good Tire Salesman. Mature salesman to work wholesale, commercial accounts. Excellent pay. Car allowance, outstanding fringe benefits. Contact Jim Herron 6652349 Pampa, Texas. Shop and field welder needed. Apply in person to Rusty Neef, Neef Weldin g_Woj;ks._13 20 JOHNSON TV A FURNITURE MOTOROLA-CURTIS MATHES Sales and Service 406 S. Cuyler 665-3361 MAN WANTED: To assist crippled Lawyer-bed to wheel chair-wheel chair to office. Care for yard and house. Prefer sober, able bodied and strong with drivers license. Approximately 45 years of age. Live in. Apply Monday, 213V4 Main, Panhandle, Texas or call collect 537-3764. W«'ll und bright, young m«n to school for radar Job* in Europ.. If you would like to live and work in Europe there's an exciting job for you with today's Army. You can learn to supervise and control ground surveillance radar units. Full pay while you learn. 30 days paid vacation. See your local Army recruiter, SFC Kenneth W. Baker at 115 N. Cuyler St. or call him at 6652022. TODAY'S ARMY WANTS TO JOIN YOU. AVON COSMETICS AVON REPRESENTATIVES fight inflation with extra cash earnings. Many earn an estimated $40 weekly, selling famous Avon products near home during their free hours. Call now for details: 669-9792. Wanted experienced woman for C.P.A.'s office. Send letter giving qualifications to Box 2317, Pampa. CHASE OILFIELD SERVICE NOW EXCEPTING applications for experienced 100 BBL. Tank Truck Drivers, Unit Operator, Floor Hands. Good pay and company benefits. Call for appointments. 6693219. STANDARD LIFE A ACCIDENT Established territory, insurance. No debit no travel-no draw. Management position open with salary and commission. Salary f.or agents, plus top commission and vested renewals. The most up to date portfolio in the business, consisting of life, health, and income plans. We are an old line company in the top 5 per cent of all companies in the business. Send resume to Personnel Director, Box 1187, Guymon, Oklahoma. 73942. CLERK WANTED: Fulltime. Apply in person. Wednesday and Thursday 9 am-12 noon. No phone calls please. Shoeland. 104 S. Cuyler. 30 Sewing Machines PROFESSIONAL SEWING Machine Service. Cut Rate Prices. 120 W. Foster. Phone 669-9084 or 6697736. DRESSMAKER 25 Yr. Guarantee; '69.95 406 S. Cuyler 665-3361 4< Trees, Shrubbery, Plonts DAVIS TREE SERVICE AND NURSERY, SHRUB PRUNING, TREE SPRAYING, TRIMMING AND REMOVAL. FREE ESTI_MAT_E_S_JJt;J)AVIS_6.65_-5659. TREES SAWED and trimmed, chain saws and custom sawing. Call Dennis. 665-2252. TREE SPRAYING G. H. Green 669-2987 321 N. Perry longer create rainbows by swinging a bat. During the first half of this season, though, Mays has been on base about 50 per cent of the time, won three games with hits, including winning the first game he played as a Met with a homer, Yet he knows the end is in sight. And Willie Mays, who hasn't lost a lot of that old little boy in him, says in the locker room, quietly, "I'm glad the Mets will be able to take care of me when I'm finished." Melancholy to contemplate someone "taking care" of Willie Mays. Better to enjoy the last days of Willie Mays running the bases like a chicken with his hat falling off. (NIWSPAPIR ENTCRPRISI ASSN.) 48 Trees, Shrubbery, Plonts Evergreen, rosebushes pax, garden supplies, fertilizer. BUTLER NURSERY Perrjton Hj;Way_* 28th_ M^Wn SEE OUR wide variety of Nursery stock. Farm and Home Supply. IDS S. Price Rd. TAYLOR SPRAYING Service. State Licensed. Homes, lawns, and trees. Eugene Taylor. 669-9992. 50 Building Supplies Archi.t Aluminum Fob Storm doors It storm windows 401 E. Craven 665-8766 Houston Lumber Co. 120 W. Foster 669-8881 White House Lumber Co. 101 S. Ballard 669-3291 Plastic Pipe Headquarters Builders Plumbing Supply 535 S. Cuyler 865-3711 Pampa lumber Co. 1301 S. Hobart 665-5781 59 Guns WESTERN MOTEL Guns, ammo, reloading supplies. Buy, sale, trade, repair. Financing 50c month interest. Open 8 AM-8 PM everyday. GUNS-GUNS-GUNS BUY-SELL-TRADE 1 M and P Smith 38 special $75. New model 19 Smith-Wesson 357, $145. Two new Colt Commanders $134.SO. 1 model28,357nice,$112.50. Remington 1100 automatic rib barrel, like out of new box, $134.50. BDL Remington 700, 243 beautiful, $114.95. Many more to choose from. See at Tape Exchange. 1822 N. Hobart. Moving July 1st to 2010 N. Hobart. Watch for grand opening of Aufleger's Tape and Gun Shop. 60 Household Goods WRIGHTS FURNITURE AND MACDONALD PLUMBING 5]3 S. Cuyjer_ _ 869-8521 Shelby J. Ruff Furniture 2U l_N._Hobart^ 665-J348 Jess Graham Furniture _ _ 1 .l°_ N -._Cu^ler_665 ; 2_232_ _ UNDSEY FURNITURE MART 105_S. Cuyle_r 665-3121 TEXAS FURNITURE CO. 210 N. Cuyler 665-1623 THE UNIQUE SHOP 1950 N. Sumner 669-3976 2 repossessed portable colored T.V.s. Goodyear Service Store, m N. Somerville. GOOD COLOR TV for sale. See al 105i Nojrth Dwight. JOHNSON TV . FURNITURE Appliance Sales & Service 406 S. Cuyler 665-3361 5 Piece Duncan Fy Fyfe dining ( 2 leaves and pad. In excellent condi- I set with tion 541 S. Barnes. 69 Miscellaneous GERT'S a gay girl-ready for whirl after cleaning carpets with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Pampa Glass & Paint. GARAGE SALE: Friday. 424 Pitts. Thursday t TAKE UP payments on repossessed Kirby three months old. 512% S. Cuyler. 669-2990. RED CARPET-8xl2. Brown carpel-1 12'/i x 12'£. Like new. 665-2566. 3 FAMILY GARAGE sale: lota al miscellaneous. Used 3 inch pipe and ply boards. Wednesday thru Friday. 780 N. Zimmers. .STEREO COMPONENT system. 1972 floor Demo. AM., FM Radio eight track tape system. Walnut finish, full guarantee. Regular (17995 Now $149.95. Firestone 685-8419

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