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May 3, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 5

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Local News 200 Pay Visit To County CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, Monday, May 3, 1965, Page 5 About 200 persons from Clovis and the county attended "Courthouse Acquaintance Day" at the Curry County Courthouse Sunday iifternoon. Visitors were taken on tours of' the various offices and demon-' slrations, literature material and 1 displays were seen. j Some of the activities included lours through the jail portion of I In 1 courthouse, a display of guns :md other weapons in the district attorney's office, and a display of Mirplus commodities in the Wrl-' f.ire Department. I j Offices open to the public in-' -hided the County Clerk, County Treasurer, Assessor. Sheriff. District Attorney. County Extension Acent. State Police. Department ni Public Welfare. Public Health Laboratory. Health Department Farmnrs Home Administration .•ind Curry County ASCS office I'.oy Scouts from Troop 2fi2 of ih'' Kin e-; wood Methodist Church under the direction of Troop l.'Mdpr Phillip Oillespi,, conduced visitors to the various of fie- Features Boy Killed By Truck Clovisite Driven State Lists Two Other Fatalities JAIL VISIT _ Visiting the jail while touring the Curry County Courthouse Sunday on "Courthouse Acquaintance Day" \verp left to right. Steven Stidham, son' of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Stidham, 309 Sandia; Mi- To Accept FHA Position City Inspection Re-Elected Chief Resigning BPW Aide ,. _ _ . _ _ ATo»V>/il1o T)m>irtf*~ ~.f /"»?__• , LAS VEGAS (Staff) - A six-; chaol Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin i year-old Las Vegas boy was! Jones, Star Route, and Marc Skeen, son of j killed Saturday when a pickup 1 Mr. ;mrl Mrs. Bobby Skocn, 2824 Gidding. (driven by a Clovis man struck' (btafl Photo) j him in Las Vegas. ' Tommy Lucero, 6, was killed' when he was struck by a pickup driven by Ignacio Dominguez, 67. '< Route 2, Clovis, police reported Lucero was walking across the street toward his Las Vegas home when he was hit, they added. Police said no charges would be filed against Dominguez. Other fatalities in the state Saturday included: Lazaro Parango, 18, of Lords- n<o furry County Committee- C,eor K e Maddox. longtime citv of the FHA and will be stationed * fD . av ' dson of Clovis i^azaro rarangu, 10. - Acing had a display of their employ,, and chief of the citv in- in Clovis under direction o v* 8 F £ el ? Cte J ? eas V rer of the;burg was killed when the car ...tiviiies whore hallofs wore speclional section, has submit- Rov S Walker staFHA di New Me * lc ° Federation of BusJ-lm which he was riding went '..ulahlp to vote for the Countv tod his resignation to accept a rector' ,"? s ? an . (i . Professional Women's!out of control and overturnedI 11 to vote for the County tl "d Mother of the Year to be award• ! on Mother's Day. a ^ Wildcats Rams Today rector ------ " " " ' " »>"«-»'" < j"o« »»umcii a ^ut ^i w»nvi«i <*»™ u.^»,.i...--^ .•• '" * ' lie a> Swairl: Edith Cawlhon: Olive and Vincents ? Hernandez. All am Irom PORTALF.S is' >'•1> Wildcats '"Males today in .'!t)e i« Portalc TV Karris the in their first three en' «'.n!rr«. The (",-ils have a sea••••:> record of <;.!oi ,,nd a div '' ' S H*",r<! of 24, The Rams' .••• ;f.--tt\ re, nr ( | , s j^ Too Late To Classify a replace- other new officers elected at i the convention include Mary Lan- Melrose POSTAL OFFICIALS —i Charles Stanfield, right, Clovis postmaster, introduces Leo L. Lambert, director of local services of the Denver region at the banquet capping the 29th annual convention df the New Mexico Chapter of National Postmasters Saturday night. Some 200 postal officials and guest's heard Lambert call the ZIP code "the salvation to cutting costs." (Staff Photo) School Breakin Nets 250 Pounds Of Meat jdon of Albuquerque, first vice) president; Georgia Montgom-i I pry of .Tal. state president; Ethel Floyd of Estancia, second vice president: and Mildred Stinnett 'of Farmington, recording sec retary. The convention opened Friday. Concert More than 2.V) pounds of meat and iithor f'-ud supplies were taken in a buri.'iary at La Casita Board To Meet Bond Set |At $5,000 In Breakin Public Record Hospital Notes SATURDAY ADMISSIONS Lisa Rena Belvin, G.A. H. No. medical al SUNDAY Mar >' L Donald E. Oscar Drummond. 621 W. 18th. i Tt ' xas DISMISSALS erry. Portalos Cunipt on, Rovina, A 22 MELROSE (Staff) - The Melrose High School Music Depart- . a ment has announced its Annual drn »kned ' OOMMfMCATlbN a! r > .'io a m. toilav by Carl Tipto:: ' 'iiivK. a truck driver for ;i ."iI milk company. '"'i< " -;aid the building had •:• e!-.t-"-i-d through a Window !.':»• iioriii >.jde and stolen were .' ' < .1:.- of pineapple, nine "' <'•'••< i:-- 1 .. two fio/en tin. Clevis Markets New York Stocks AITO STOLEN Astonio Castillo. 1314 W. Ninth, reported Sunday his I!>o5 model auto had been .stolen. , .inn- of popular music with a fe TAKEN FROM CAR ' Dr. I. D Worrell of Clovis, a ! light classical numbers added. Aubrey Holland, «32 Mora, re- member of the board, said the The first part of the program ported to police this morning the board usually meets in Santa Fe, will feature the sixth and Sev- t.'ieft from a car of a suit coat, but the board is trying to hold enth grade band with the remain- shirt and trousers meetings in the different districts der of the program to be given 15ICVCLK STOLEN' of the state. by the Senior High Band. | M i k e Taylor. 100-1 Connelly, Attending the meeting will be Advance tickets may be pur- tul't police Sunday his bicycle Worrell: State Police Chief John chased from any band member accident old Clovis man vvas ! Ha Mae Houston. 712 Hickory. this morning on medical Anita Anthony. Portales, med- 206 S. Delta, bund on each charge, hearing was set ior at 4 :>() o in. at &J.500 1 Shawn Velimirjarv Manana \\'c'dnes)da\ Texico. surgery M. Clayton, -437 \V. medical .1. Stephens, M( had been stolen. FISHING GEAR TAKKN' W. tMlht't Bradford of Santa Fe; Henry at 50 cents for adults and 2f> told ,.. , ,.Iaramillo of Helen, chairman; cents for students. The students A. Priest. fiOl Rencher. told Clay Flutz of Gallup, vice chair-,will be in competition on the | lro ^ on • Sundav $200 in fishing man: and board members, .Jim sales of tickets and the winners t ac ked had Ix-eii stolen from Kourey of Santa Fe and . Huberts of Albuquerque. Ben will receive a pri/e to be pre- 'senU-d at the concert. Cant. Halph Duty of the vis Police Department repo he was railed about 9:15 j Sunday to tin- home of ,Joe ( .">(& llammett. where Ga him that Fuonte/. "h into his home and Ins wife, and one na Clo- ad air of Johnson. 1404 Wallace. :. U'ilkins. Koi;1e .T. ac- DEATHS C. M. BLACK Mr. N>ff. a Santa Fe engin- grandchildren and 17 great - eer in Clovis for 53 years, was a grandchildren. member of Masonic Lodge No. 1 A. I. MKTCALF 40 and held the 32nd degree K C C H He was also a member of the Shrine. !«,, A lo " A ' • I. Mime 'is resident, 1321 Prince. eai'lv Sundax MIT.KSHOE. Tex. (Staff) — I iint-ral services for C M lUack. M. a resident of the V L community since Iii.'l3. will be held at 3 p m Tuesday at tne Muleshoe First Baptist Sl , rvivors in> , ludp his lh !! rX : h '^:: h ^"\ D ^^S' StHla: sons John Paul and Dr Mr. Metcalf. a retired minis 1 ^ ' Samuel, both of Clovis: a ter and school teacher, had been daughter, Mrs Collie Rogers of m ill health for many years He Mr. Black, a retired farmer. Clovis. a brother. Fmmett of had lived in Clovis for'60 years died Sunday at Green Memorial r!ovls; flvp sisters. Mr. H. H. Survivors include his * wile Hospital. Roberts of Casa Grande. Ariz.. Mable; sons, J. M. O f Los An"e lUirial will be in the Muleshoe Mrs H:irrv Manda of Farm- les, Calif , and A. Ivy ol Clou Cemetery, with Singleton Furv > !1 ^n. Mrs J. J Haunch of a daughter, era! Home In charge of arrange TT '. Survivors include bis 1 Bertie: live sons. Ralph, P. I! . Ray and F.ugene. all of ' Muli'.ihfH' 1 : three daughters, Mrs. \ltori Fptinjjer of Muleshoe; Mi- F F Raymond of Corona. Calif and Mrs Lawrence Per- J. J Haunch of a daughter, Mrs. Robbie I.e. Concord. Calif., Mrs. H. \V De- Matlock of Sacramento Calif /ell of Helen, and Mrs. .7. W.'a brother, Maroin ol Texas -i wife U «' bt ' r ot Hovis; and eight sister, Mrs. Lodie Ralston ' of Pete. Grandchildren. j Clovis: three grandchildren and MRS. MARKI. FOXES O'BRIAN' U T. ee 8«'?^grandchildren. Ins small sons, threatening to kill them all ' Duty said Fuonfe/ wa-: apjire- hended in tin- WK) block oi J|;ast Rrady about H) 0;"> p.m. ^iun- day. , Fuentez had a ''deep .u^sli" on Ins right arm and v\as t;|ken to Memorial Hospital and sutured, Duty concluded. State Mason To Visit Here Fred Bliicksnm of Roswi-ll. Must Worship! i! Grand Master of Masons in New Me\icJ. uiil niiak' \\\> otficial annual visit to |: h e Clo\]s Lodge .No. -Ill AF & AM I'ui ^ila> lie will address the lod.^p at 7 :;o p m. All M.i-.ti.'- Ma-niis are tiffed to attend said F.arl iVOlivvra Amies .medical '. Ira 1'. medical Hick 1 civleiu Lola Mae SiiotweU. cari. medical SATL'RDAV DISMISSALS Grace Baker, Arch Oscar Orummond. 621 \V 18th Krnc.st Edmonston, 3fi07 Wallace Bertha Farris. Route .'? Damon Hayes. 908 \. Gamma F.verett Inge, Portales Howard Kirkley. 1310 K. Tenti, C. C. McDanie'l. 140 E. Yucca 1>| J. H. Moberly 621 \V. '•-."nristopher Hi-rbt-rt II Parker, Holers l.uc> H'.'\-OS. Route ;! Horia'.i L. Robbins, Porlales A i;i Sa 1 .! 1 .. Mel rose M.I-} \V. Wliitehurst. 912 Pec- O •> Herbert Wihnetl!. 1200 Yiu-ca Carru.- K. Xa'i:!, Mulevsioo Tc\ Sl\n\Y AHMISSIONS Louis Garrison. 205 Mansoa Dan Griggs. 71S Connelly Saundra Hodge 3000 Li.~ Luradean Lar.ger. I'.ovina, Tex \ocly K. Monroe, Dixie Drive Raymond Parks. Texico Fon/.a P. Ki»rson, 1217 Hick- Wibna Simmon-, inn Rio Ruth Vaimnan. Carlsbad Gii'iula M. Wiisiui, 1()1C: ! • Ilin- le P.ert C. Wright, Portales Amelia M Zamora, l>ortu!es .dad Si'na. Santa Ro.-a "H" P Wi.'ham.- W> ; Congratulations ' To Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robinson, 1 209 Hall, on the birth of a daughter \\cighing cMght ]>ounds anil 'four and a halt ounces at 8:43 p m. in Memorial Hospital. Building Permits C. Z Rollins, ,'tli; Norns, stop. : auc. Si 000. ' John Taylor. <)(.)« S. Walnut, re idciicc, S7.4.")0. II. R PhHps, 800 Collins, resi- : rlviice. S7.6;i5. •John V'icl i-i'\ 8(! J ' Ch'-istophor, ivMdencc. Sl.lTfi. Traffic Accidents Firvt ami West: Ramon Dodur, •\'i 1D4 Mpium S.'il.in. Hi LI Man !n Crash \\' »C1\ Tc\ 'Stafli — man was taken Hos-pital !u-rc after \\«v A and :!4th 1 'ill I 1 !;i. Sl.lid:i\ •'i iUifi:!!, 28, was gi\Tn •iM!i'\ ti^atincnt and d'is- ! iiom llu- hospital. 71 Mil I I It Ml v< \l >>tt ^1 )b N .r.tl I I til II.IMI Dow Jones I (I III tllM L *> >1 | Funeral services will be held FRIONA, Tex fStafO — Mrs.; Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the First Mable Font's O'Rrian. 84. a long Church of the N'a/aivne. 12th time resident here, died Sundav and Rencher. with Dr. R. (.' r\ of Hlytbe Calif : two sisters, morning at the home of a daugh- Gunstream, district superintend Mis. .1 P Ellis of San Ignite, ter. Mrs F. L. Fairchild. also ent for New Mexico for the :Tt-\ and Mrs Buford Wallace of Friona : Church of the Nu/arene. and of Harlm»en Tex ; three broth- Funeral arraiu'ements a r e Rev. Ira E. Fowler. Clovis pas eis. K W. Sudan, Tex.. Alfred landing with Clabom Funeral tor, officiating. ni Abilene. Tex and Lloyd of Hume. ; 1'allbeareis will K> Waller .Warner, Okla : 30 grandchildren Survivors include three sons. Potts. Richard Peltv. Lester j and 40 great-grandchildren. i.,.i O C. NTFF Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors*Available Now Without Prescription . Potts. Kenneth Russell and Tom, all of Teakell, Chester Jackson, Fred Friona; two daughters. Mrs ..Hurch, and Tommy Vouii^. Marion Larke of Lo s Angeles.' Burial will be at the Mission Funeral services for 0 C Calif., and Mrs. Fairchild; 11 Gardens Cemetery under the Neil. 77 7(i« Rencher. who died grandchildren and 16 - great- direction of Steeds Funeral Saturday m the Santa Fe Hos- grandchildren. MKS. .VUKTHA GARTH A«*t»4 > Attack* in Minuu* («,,<•. t»Jl -I ti« ( buic h)»l r«)jrv« tJiut lltHuuj CMUIUO p«in(ul in.io. ttuoi. Pi. 'Mi't'ru- |.'.n- pital ill AJbuquerijue. wil) be ht Id at 10 am Tuesday in the m.iin sanctuary of the First Mrlhodist Churcb. willi Dr. R I. \\ ilbn^haiji official in;' R.ee Cioi\, Maniiuc Cervices -.Mil U' belli tuiiij'ht nt 7 'iO p m ! tie I ii ,t Methodlit Cliui.h i.ipi-l Pallbearers will be A 0. Wells; A L. Ha\1er. I^onard Norton Home. ! CARROLL J. COLLINS MILESHOK, Tex. (Staff i Funeral .ser\ices for Mrs. Mar- Uu Ii Garth, 74. who died eaj-ly Saliudav at the U'est Plains Uos- pital. rtt-iv lu be helU at :i |i Hi I">l4> at llu? l-'irst iiapti.-t Cimnii b |U ' |L ' js Ollicialiug were to be Rcv. Don Mt'LKSHUK, Tex. i Stall i Funeral services lor Carroll .1 Collins f,L>. Kartli 'lex , resident v\ho tiled Sundas' al Wiclui.i l-'alls, ]fv, hopMl.d VM-JV to I,,-Jd jt ^ t > in lo.l.r, a! UK- .Mu).- siiof Pnimtue Haptist Church Officiating was to be Elder Jimmy Bass of Sudan Tex Murray, pastor, and Rev. Dan McKinney, B L Clark and Clarence Cuff man, Link-field.'with burial being in the Mule- Hugh Edwards, Honorary pall- Tex Burial will be in Muleshoe shoe Cemetery under the direc b. ar.Ts will be all Santa Fe em Cemetery with fcngleton Funt'i- lion of Singleton Funeral Home I '' ! " u '« 1> ^ Home in charge Survivors include Ihm hint! i.u;uil will »« in the Lawn Survivors include hei | !U >- tis. Joe oi Dimmit! Te\ F.e i lav en CuwU'ry. under the band, five daughters, three sous., rest <X Earth, and \ . M. Ot Kan- fccaon of Sherwood Mortuary, four sisters, twg brttthers, JSiwado, Kaa. STAIUIH Fl'ND DONATION aid ( ' Mi!\i-i. pit-si(i("ii <>l Ka .Mr \I-M ! 'iihrrsjfv rr'vi\,-s ,, S^' Fund <-;.<mpamn kcpi-i- i-la*s aie Ray JRuv, Hobbs, Di Don in New I i-f.ntriiui- li,r St,i doni ; Ronnie Sanders, Clovis. \ k-e- president ; and S«nidy O'C'hovkpv . Caii-,had, sprrwtar.N* PurtHiM- i.f thi' SlHiluini hi'ii'l is lo at haster-n with a sea turn cajj*eity « *• f ...V. f

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