"Here And There In Columbus" article mentions Jack Truan and Michael Truan. April 1959

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"Here And There In Columbus" article mentions Jack Truan and Michael Truan. April 1959 - LOZANO RECEIVES MAXIM TROPHY it and other- and...
LOZANO RECEIVES MAXIM TROPHY it and other- and system less Jof Maxim Sportsmanship i Trophy is examined by brothers .Mike i left i and Manuel Tara- zon on its arrival here last week. Awa.-d was made to Loio Lozano. Deming light heavyweight, heavyweight, tor reaching the quarter-finals quarter-finals of the 1959 national Golden Gloves eliminations. sp° by the Chicago Tri- bune Charities. Trophies are presented to all national contenders in the name of the professional boxing boxing great who represents that particular division. Maxim was ihe one time World's Light Deming get want Heavyweight Champion. Lozano reached the Chicago finals early in March after copping the regional crown in Albuquerque and New Mexico- Arizona title at Roswell last January. Thi? was his second a coma nev under ex- up me- ;95S. ne ,vas szoppeeJ on the state level after winning his regional bout. Lozano. who received all of his amateur exper -nee under the guidance 01 veteran local ring man Mike Tarazon. is now in California preparing for his first professional fight. Training Training at Paul Matty's gymnasium in Los Angeles under manager Bill Tarazon, Mike's brother. Lolo is being sponsored by former deputy sheriff Ernest Irwin / He expects to meet his first opponent on the coast in about two weeks. The word from his manager is that he looks topnotch topnotch against his sparrin partners and should be in excellent excellent condition for his first contest. Why the West Coast for his first big time experience? There are at least three good sized arenas in which to appear appear and plenty of competition in his own lightheavy class. After a. few good fights there, he'll be ready to go anywhere. Here and There In Columbus By DOKOTHt GARDNER Last week I had a rather tough assignment of getting over the n-.easles. There are several case^ of them here in Columbus at present. Tom Miller. Andy Sepulveda, j Joe Poulson. Jose Muriel, San- j dy Munoz, Gabriel Munoz, Na- ' sario Flores, and myself. ! Last week March 23. 24, and 25 Mrs. Edith Guffey substitut- , ed the Columbus school Hot Lunch for Mrs. Marion Gardner Gardner who was on the sick list. Friday. March 20 Mrs. Gertrude Gertrude Gutierrez substituted at the C o l u m b u s school Hot ' Lunch for Mrs. Marion Gardner Gardner who accompanied the 7th and 8th grades on their field trip to El Paso. ; weeks stay at the regional of-| fice in Los Angeles. Mrs. Rob-| bins and her friend. Mrs. Penny Penny Hale drove to El Paso and met Mr. Robbins at the airport there. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lat- usok of the C.A.A. transferred to Yuma. Arizona last week. Taking his place is George M. Courtney and family from Carlsbad. Mrs. Ruth Oxford's sister Josie Oros from Sierra Madre, Calif, visited with her for a few days last week also her son Jackie from Cannon Air- Force base at Clovis. James T. Bennett recently returned from Texas where he has been since Christmas visiting visiting his granddaughter and niece near Mineral Wells and vVeatherford. Mrs. Margaret Epps motored motored to Deming last Sunday and attended Easter service at the Presbyterian Church. O t h e r Columbus people attending services services were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Breen and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Noble. March 20th. the 7th and 8th grades went to El Paso, on a field trip. They all -.-isited the KROD-TV and Radio Station. The El Paso Times and El Paso Herald Post, and Washington Washington Park. They saw how the newspapers are printed. Joyce Alexander, the guide for the girls explained things to us. Joe Sewell was the guide for the boys. It takes around 600 employees to print the paper. As a momento of their visit they received a card with all the letters of the alphabet printed in r-. little square no larger than a match head. It seems almost impossible to print any thing that small. If more people knew about how newspapers are printed and the amount of labor involved, I be- iiev'e they would appreciate their newspaper more. Accompanying the children to E! Paso were: Walter Miller. Miller. Marland Spicher, Mrs. Marion Marion Gardner, Mrs. Guffey and Principal Jack Truan. The seventh grade included: Ma-y Jane Moore S a l l y O'Bryan, Irene Sepulveda, Lola Lola Flores. Lucy Gutierrez. Delia Delia Reyes, Viola Gutierrez. Gloria Gloria Alvillar, David Robbins. Johnny Salazar, Barbara Hunt. Bobby Jean Fairall. and Jesus Canaba. The eighth graders included Mary Guffey, Tommy O'Bryan. . Mike Truan. Richard Spicher. I Mr. and Mrs. Zern Barrick are visiting Mrs. Barrick, Dewery Dewery and Buddy. They are returning returning to Michigan after a six month tour of California and Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stewart of Muleshoe. Tex. dropped by for a visit with the Jack Epps on Wednesday. The Stewarts are returning to their home after after a five week visit to California California and Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ladd and son Robert from Socorro are here spending Easter with Mrs. Ladd's mother Mrs. Juanta Juanta Gutierrez and her other son, Joe. Mrs. Nellie Gutierrez and her two children, Nicky and Viola and Janet Gardner went by train Friday noon to El Paso where Mrs. Gutierrez met her husband there. They came home Saturday evening by car. It is quite common now days to hear low flying small aircraft aircraft circling overhead. Dick Hemley now has a Cessna 170 four passenger plane on a lease purchase arrangement. They use it often to fly to and from 'heir farm at Ascencion 55 miles from the Border. March 20th, R. W. Robbins ~'f CAA returned from a two A little reminder to the PTA members. Tuesday 7th will be ' regular monthly meeting. There will be an election of officers at this meeting. : Mrs. Kosita Aiviilar was . home from school at Silver, City spending the Easter holi- ; days with her parents, Mr. and i ; Mrs. Arufo Alvillar, Faunas, i . i ! It was nice seeing Tillie and | -. her daughter and little son at the Easter services here in : Columbus at the Holy Family Mission Church. '· Many of the Columbus folks ; especially the old timers were i pleased to learn Governor ; Burroughs has designated a state park near Columbus. Thanks should go to Senator Ike Smalley, and Representa- \ live Travis Brem for their part j in bringing it about. Jack Breer. is one who has always been a staunch advocate of just such a park. If no site has been decided on an ideal location location for the park and monument monument would be on the Malpais hill immediately back of where the custom house was located before it was moved to the border, known to many as Villa Hill. Many believe Pancho Pancho Villa actually was on this hill directing the raid on Col umbus. Soine roadside tables could also be erected. From this point all of Columbus can be viewed, the CAA station and air lield, the control towers 3 miles to the east, many of the farms around Columbus, also the Florida Mts., Tres Hermanas Hermanas Mts.. and Boca Grande Mts. over in old Mexico. The town of Palomas four miles to the south can be seen and the low hills two miles west of Palomas Palomas where Pancho crossed the border. On a clear day Cooks Peak and the rugged Organ Mts. near Las Cruces 65 miles away can be seen. also. What an ideal spot to eat lunch and look around. the land part 25 acres. No those · V contemplated Any application their said said shall shail that been Said service after be by date, 13th LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE State Engineer's Office Number of Application M-41 M-41-Enlarged-A. Santa Fe, N. M.. March 5, 1959. Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day of March, 1959, in accordance with Chapter 131 of the Session Laws of 1931, O. B. McConathy of Deming, County of Luna, State of New Mexico, made application to the State Engineer of New Mexico for a permit to change place of use of 160.95 acre feet of shallow ground water per annum by abandoning the irrigation irrigation of 53.65 acres of land described as follows: North part SE'/i 44.70 acres Si/ 2 S'/,NEi/ 4 8.95 acres, all in IN OF THE In To that the 16th was tor as claims are same, Clerk Court after will sons decedent with

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The Deming Headlight (Deming, New Mexico)02 Apr 1959, ThuPage 2
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