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Amarillo Daily News (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Amarillo, Texas White House aide visits James a i. Falk right one of the Domestic policy lawyers in the White House dropped into Amarillo Friday to Check on the thinking of the people Here. For what he Learned from a group of businessmen at lunch see a to Izzard on Page 1. Cattleman John of Brien Long time Ilc publican official Here left was his Host. 5 youths declared delinquent crash claims Roswell boy , . A a 9yoar Oil Roswell boy became the third person to die in traffic in Roswell in 1971. Stanley Richard , son of or. And mrs. Nelms of Roswell Industrial air Center was pronounced dead about an hour after a three vehicle Accident thursday night at the Entrance to Roswell Industrial air Center. 7 he three vehicle Accident occurred As a pickup truck driven by the child a father 38, was struck by a West bound car just As the pickup cleared the entry Ance to the air Center and headed North on main Street. The car was driven ii Ruby Lee Godwin 38, of Ros i Well with her husband Johnny ,46, As a passenger. I i the goodwins and Nelsi were treated for cuts us buns is at Roswell Hospit is Altai the initial Impact the Elm pickup collided with a parked vehicle on the West Side of main he death is the in Chaves county this year. Saturday. November 2u 1971 Amarillo daily news levines 804 to fashion up where Price i five youths were declared delinquent and placed on probation and probation for a sixth youth was revoked Friday after hearings before judge Carl Periman of the Potter county court of Domestic relations. Those granted probation and placed in custody of their parents were a Darrell Edward meander 33, son of mrs. May Conyers meander of 1311 n. Tyler arrested for burglary a James Lee Hackworth 14, son of mrs. Addie May Hack Worth of 1406 n. Washington arrested for burglary. A James Raymond Conner 16, son of mrs. Frances Lee Oonner of 1626 Woodland charged with truancy running away from Home and paint sniffing. Mrs. Conner was ordered to Post $300 Bond. A Louis Esparza 15, son of Robert Esparza of 600 be 7lh, one of three youths arrested in connection with the theft of a woman a purse and burglary of a Santa be railway car. Esparza was ordered to Post a $50 Bond. Stephen Wayne Long 16, son of mrs. Beverly Ann Post of 3618 be 18th, arrested for burglary. Mrs. Post was ordered to Post $75 Cash Bond. Judge Periman revoked the probation of Danny Joe Lee Long 15, Stephens younger brother. The smile maker gift a a Zenith hearing Aid that special loved one with a hearing problem might enjoy the joyous sounds of the Holiday season a a Christmas Bell or the Little sounds a baby Mokes Maks that special person smile. An Early Start will get him or her accustomed to it by Christmas Call or write for an appointment. Ask about our trial plan it mite Goebel hearing aids 2415 line ave. Pm. 373-2781 the younger brother was placed on probation in the us t Kly of his Mother on oct. 8. A his probation was revoked be cause he was involved in a Bur Glary of the Amarillo car Wash in which a Safe taken failed to report to his probation officer and was associated with delinquent companions. The younger Long was order-1 de placed in the custody of the Texas youth Council and will be sent to the Texas state train Jing school for boys at Gates Ville. Blood Short Alje Proi iils drive i Muleshoe pc a because i of a shortage of blood for Emer Igancy in Muleshoe the Jay a Cees Here will sponsor a blood drive from 10 a. M. To 4 p. M. A a in tuesday at the Fellowship Hall of the first Baptist Church. Drive chairmen John Black Well said that the donated blood will be designated for local emergency . Lie cited a definite need for such an emergency six imply to be available at the Hospital. from blood services in Lubbock will conduct the drive. Quiz fic inned 111 Sholing Plainview Hale county sheriffs deputies plan to question Larry Rich of Crosbyton today about a reported shooting Finci Cimet in w hich Rich was wounded in the Abdomen. The 22-j ear old Man was shot wednesday night and reported in satisfactory condition Friday at Central Plains Hospital Here. Rich is employed by Glen Amonett on a farm about 18 Miles South of Here. Wednesday night he staggered to the Doi it a of Amonette a Home about 9 p. M. And told Amonett a .22 Caliper Rife he was cleaning discharged. The Bullet had gone through his body. Muir shoe Holiday a rude set dec 4 Muleshoe pc a the annual Muleshoe Christmas Parade is scheduled at 3 . Dec. 4 through downtown mules Hoe. The Parade is sponsored annually by the business Clivi ties committee of the Muleshoe chamber of Commerce said Bac president. Bob Stovall Stovall said that four prizes will be awarded to float winners for first $1,50 second $100 third $75 and fourth $50. Over 1000 cd. To choose from 100% polyester double knits Over 70 full bolts lowest Price in Amarillo Reg. 4.99 cd. Now Only. Machine washable no ironing needed shape holding fancy Jacquard weaves 58" to 60" widths first Quality downtown Only saturday Only Char he at Naan fish to install pastor Quanah pc a the Rev. H. Paul Henderson new pastor of the first Church of Quanah will be officially installed in services at the Church at 7 p. M. Sunday. A reception will be held following the services. The Rev. Or. Henderson is also pastor of the first presbyterian Church of Childress and resides there. Fantastic clearance smart new dresses misses juniors and a few half sizes. Tremendous group includes Over 100 dresses taken from our regular Stock of better dresses. Downtown Only saturday Only. To a Salon showing of the new porsche and Audi motor cars for 1972. These magnificent automobiles offer the ultimate in excellence Fine craftsmanship and uniquely different styling for those who demand the finest in a motor car. We urge you to give your particular attention to the fun porsche 914, the porsche 911, and the Audi 100 is four door Sedan. May we invite those whose discriminating taste Calls for the utmost in an automobile to this Salon showing. View the Complete Mode selection of porsche and Audi for 1972 on november 18, 19, 20. Gene Messer porsche a Audi 4121 South Georgia 1 refreshments door prizes feature buy ladies uniforms Fine group of uni forms incl Ude s no Irons. Polyester in broken sizes 8 to 16. Saturday Only downtown Only �3�� repeat of a sell out men s Western boots 76 pairs Only rough out Black or Brown leathers. These Fine Quality boots Are reduced from our Stock. Sizes 6 j to 11. Values to $34.50 downtown Only saturday Only King size sheets decorator colors in solids stripes and Novelty patterns. In polyester Cotton blend. Imperfects Queen size sheets $2.88 King size mattress pads $4.88 $388 menus fabulous flares Huvos by famous saturday Only High Quality pants we have taken directly from our Stock. Entire Stock reduced for one Day Only. Downtown Only famous Hamilton 8 knit flares selected group of sizes 8 to 16. Most All colors in All sizes. Terrific one Day Sale. Regular to $8.99 saturday Only downtown Only men s casual no Iron knit shirts sol Leaf group Long sleeve and Short sleeve styles. Reg. To 10.99 All Wos Hoble. Sol ids textures sizes downtown Only saturday Only special Overstock Sale boys fashionable knit shirts sizes 3-7, new Crew neck. 100% Cotton interlock. 97 boys no Iron Boxer flares sizes 3 to 7. Polyester Cotton. Excellent colors Wtown Only saturday Only t

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