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Carlsbad Current-Argus from Carlsbad, New Mexico • 23

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C-3 -CURRENT-ARGUS, Carlsbad, N.M., Sunday, March 30, 1986 BEST AVAILABLE COPY Dr. Markle Named To College Of Surgeons Board Of Regents Dr. George B. Markle, a practicing general and gynecologic surgeon in Carlsbad since 1955, recently attended the 48th annual meeting and convocation of the United State Section of the International College of Surgeons held in Las Vegas, Nev. At this meeting, the executive committee unanimously voted to appoint Dr.

Markle to the Board of Regents of the United States section.of the International College of Surgeons. He participated in a three day postgraduate course in trauma and intensive care designed to update surgeons in the care of the seriously injured or with severe conditions associated with surgery. The International College of Surgeons is a fellowship of highly qualified general and subspeciality surgeons in 100 different ca countries around the world and its purpose is to further the exchange of ideas and techniques, promote world peace and harmony, particularly in the sciences, to establish friendships among the nations, and encourage the best ethics and consideration for patients possible. Dr. Markle feels that contacts made and the differing perspectives they offer are invaluable to the improvement of one's surgical practice.

He is certified by the American Board of Surgery, a graduate of Yale and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He trained in surgery at the Mayo Clinic. Prior to coming to Carlsbad at the request of the old Memorial Hospital board, he was chief of surgery at the Fort Monroe Army Hospital. Incidental to his work here in Carlsbad, he wrote "How To Stay Healthy All Your Life," a well known book for lay people. He has published over 55 articles on scientific or medical-social- DR.

GEORGE economic subjects. He has given 47 talks to the World on the Voice of America, many other talks to lay persons on health including local radio. He has been involved in numerous local charities and civic affairs over the 3 Carlsbad Community Calendar Sunday, March 30 Happy Easter Attend Church of your choice AQUA Show-time place-tba Carlsbad Recorder pm-Grace Episcopal Church Monday, March 31 Bridge League-1 pm-SRC Cavern City Rotary am-Stevens Emotions Anonymous-8 pm-415 Del Rio Evening -6 Inn Optimist Club-7 pm-Holiday Inn Boy Scout Troop 86-7 pm-1st Methodist Church Boy Troop 234-7 7pm-Church of God Cub Scout Pack 276-7pm-Riverside Elementary School Tuesday, April 1 April Fool's Day Eddy County am-Courthouse Wooden Bird Carving-(month long exhibit)-Carlsbad Municipal Museum Art Center Assistance am-League House Preceptor pm-tba Xi Alpha pm-tba Alcoholics pm-Epworth UMC Al-Anon-8 pm-Epworth UMC Diabetes Support p.m.-tba am-Valley Federal Bridge pm-SRC Inn Cactus Club-9 am-Living Desert Sportsman's pm-CARC Farm Catholic Hall Downtown Lions-noon-Motel Stevens IO0F pm-Odd Fellow Hall Ministerial Alliance-noon-tba NEA pm-High School VFW pm-1127 S. Canal Wt. pm-Epworth Woman's Building Women Aglow-7 pm-Motel Stevens Boy Scout Troop 242-7 pm-Hillerest UMC Boy Scout Troop 270-7 pm-1st Christian Church Wednesday, April? Coffee a J.B.M.

Skating Rink-206 E. Pecan BIBLE SURPRISES Floyd Jeter "RIGHT ON" IS A MOD PHRASE. Surprise! In Proverbs we read, "Put away from Thee a forward mouth, and perverse lips put far from thee. Let thine eyes look RIGHT ON, and let thine Eyelids look straight before thee." THE BRIDAL REGISTERY FOR BECKY BROWN AND JOHNNY WALDROP IS NOW AT LAMBERTH'S TRUE VALUE WESTERN AUTO 101 N. Canal 887-1751 Deadline Set For A air deadline for the 1986 Carlsbad Art-A-Fair applications has been extended to April 8.

The 8th Annual Carlsbad ArtA-Fair, sponsored by the City of Carlsbad and the Carlsbad City Spirit Arts Council will be held at the Carlsbad Beach Area, June 7 and 8. The fair provides an opportunity to the public to acquire good, original art, as well as an opportunity for artists to find an interested market. All entries require three slides in each medium entered, single and double booths are available. To receive your application, contact Art-A-Fair chairman "Charlie" Moots, 885-8332, or the City Spirit office in the museum building, 885-4591. The judge for the fair will be Bill Ebie, who is the assistant director for the Roswell 1 Museum and Fine Arts Center, as well as the managing director of the Artist-in-Residence program of the Roswell Museum since 1971.

Ebie holds a masters in fine arts from California College of Arts and Crafts in 1 painting, and a degree from Akron Art Institute School of Design from the University of Akron. Ebie also participated in the Peace Corp Training Program in New York and Puerto Rico. Ebie's professional experience includes instructing in painting and drawing and photography in Florida, Kansas and Ohio and as a ceramic specialist and instructor of arts and crafts in Cuzco, Peru as a Peace Corp volunteer. The widely traveled Ebie has acted as juror in many exhibits in Florida and New Mexico and is currently a grants panelist for the New Mexico Arts Division in Santa Fe as well as chairman of the Cultural Affairs Committee, Visitors Bureau, Roswell Chamber of Commerce. He has shown in juried, invita- tional, group and two-man shows in such places as San Francisco, Oakland, Sausalito and Diabalo Valley in California and has participated in exhibits in Texas, Kansas, Ohio, Arizona, Mexico and many in New Mexico.

More recently he has been shown in "Selections from Roswell," in both Roswell and Albuquerque and "Statements: A Perspective on Contemporary Art in New Mexico, 1985 in the Fine Arts Gallery, New Mexico State Fairgrounds, Albuquerque. For Your Information College News Dawn Taylor, daughter of Dr. I Brian Taylor of Carlsbad, has been nominated for the Ketchum Award for the Spring 1986 semester at University of Colorado, Boulder. The award is given every year to an outstanding graduating senior in Civil and Architectural Engineering. The Ketchum.

Award is made on the basis of a vote of the faculty of the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering. Roswell Bridge The Roswell Bridge Unit has been sanctioned to host its Second Annual Red Carpet Junior Sectional Tournament. The event, to be held on Saturday and Sunday, April 5 and 6, at the Roswell Adult Center is open to all players with fewer than 100 Master Points. For players with more than 100 Master Points, an Open Club game will be conducted by the tba- Pecos Valley Bridge Club, at the same location, on Suturday afternoon. For any further information, call Hall Burt, 505-623-2072.

Elderberry Day The April Elderberry Day will be Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The program for the day will include: music, business, devotional by Jennie Faut, and a class session led by Mrs. Leslie Smith, Carlsbad Public School. A pot-luck meal will be served followed by an after-lunch speaker, Gary Shankles who will dis- 6 6 SETTINGS To Off Sets Off SETTINGS Off Off We Accept AMERICAN 6 Ebie has inclusions in such publications as "Who's Who in American Art," "'Who's Who in the West," "Dictionary of International Biography," and "Artpace," southeastern contemporary arts quarterly in "Selections From Roswell." City Spirit arts projects are supported by the City of Carlsbad through funding and services of city personnel and funded in part by a grant from the New Mexico Arts Division and the National Endowment for the Arts.

years. B. MARKLE IV Rotary-noon-Stevens Cavern City Friendly Helpers Extension Office Ladies Golf-9 Ladies Golf-noon-Riverside Women of the Boy Scout Troop 218-7 am-Rodeway Inn am-Epworth Club-10 am-Etension Golf Course Country Club pm-Moose Lodge Meeting Hall Thursday, April 3 CofC Promotional Breakfast-7 am-Motel Stevens NM Cattle Growers Quartely Meeting-time tba-Motel Stevens Amateur Radio pm-J Radio a.m.-Pizza Inn pm-Jaycee Hall LaLeche League-10 am-600 N. Lake TOPS am-Hillcrest UMC DAV pm-DAV Hall DAV pm-DAV Hall Masonic Lodge A.F. A.M.-7:30 -Masonic Temple Friends of Living Desert-6 Desert Shuffles Ruffles Square Dance pmWoman's Club Boy Scout Troop 232-7 pm-1st Church of Nazarene Boy Scout Troop 246-7 pm-CARC Farm Boy Scout Troop 251-7 pm-1st Baptist Church Boy Scout Troop 287-7 Meeting Hall Friday, April 4 NM Cattle Growers Quarterly Meeting-time tba- Motel Stevens Al-Anon-8 p.m.-Epworth UMC Alcoholics Anon.

-8 p.m. -Epworth UMC Art am-tba Baha'i p.m.-201 S. Guadalupe Bridge pm-SRC Child pm-1724 N. Guadalupe Heights Lions-noon-GMC Kiwanis Club-noon-Motel Stevens Senior Par 3-11 a.m.-Municipal Golf Course Halley's Comet gram-7pm-CHS Cutting-10 am- City Spirit ic Center Saturday, April 5 Presentation Planetarium ProLittle Theatre and Planetarium Production-NM pm-Civ- Springtime Sale! ALL ONEIDA PLACE In Stainless, Silver Gold Hostess Sets Serving ALL GORHAM PLACE In Stainless Hostess Serving Sets NORITAKE In Most Patterns To Off PFALTZGRAFF Selected Pieces In Heritage, Yorktowne, Village Folkart Savings To La 885-8535 Carlsbad BILL cuss the work of the WIPP site. The fellowship group is open to all retirees.

Any interested person is invited to attend. Service News Bobbie K. Phillips Jr. and Jessie W. Phillips, sons of Mr.

and Mrs. Bobbie K. Phillips, 1026 N. JESSIE W. PHILLIPS Sixth are serving with the U.S.

Navy in the Mediterranian. Bobbie is stationed in Subic Bay while Jessie. is aboard the USS Coral Sea.The brothers joined the service March 25, 1985. They are the grandsons of Mr. and Mrs.

W. Luke Nance, 3329 National Parks Highway. EBIE BOBBIE K. PHILLIPS JR. TONY DEPUTY SHERIFF OF EDDY COUNTY, HAS LOST 41 LBS.

LOTS OF INCHES IN ONLY MONTHS AT THE DIET CENTER! He is still on the program and is halfway to reaching his "ideal" weight goal. Tony says the food is good and the daily weigh-ins counseling and encouragement he gets at the Diet Center has helped keep him motivated in the right direction. Call us today! You too, can he 17-25 lbs: thinner by May 15th, just 1 IN in time for that summer vacation, bikini, golf tournament or 0 desires. whatever it is your "little ole heart" 1 A We care we're right here in Carlsbad. 1 UH 101 AT 104 W.

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