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May 7, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 6

Clovis, New Mexico
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Friday, May 7, 1965
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News NEW MEQ1CO, Friday, May 7,1965, Page 6 Features School For Three OK'd Towns PROMOTION — Major General John C. Meyer, 12th Air Force Commander, left, pins a Brigcdier General star on the collar of Joseph ,7. Kruzel, 832d Air Division Commander of Cannon AFB. The Secretary of the Air Force announced the promotion as the U.S.'Strike Command's Joint Army and Air Force Exercise Silver Hand commenced here. The brief ceremony was held at the Air Force Headquarters in the field near Burnot where General Meyer is directing Tactical Air Command air support to the Army. The scene was one similar to the battlefield mv- rnonies of World War II. Colonel Frank Royal, 1'Jth Air Force Chief of Staff, foreground, led the honor group of staff officers who witnessed the occasion. FBI Agent Visits Clovis Leonard Blaylock. newly appointed special agent in charge •pf the Federal Bureau of Investigation office in Albuquerque, An ordm ance designed to re- Visited in Clovis Thursday. place the old franchise for South_,, , , ' western Public Service Co., op- Blaylock replaces Dillard W.ieration of electric power for Clo- Howell who has been transfers vis was presented to the City *H tn Mnh,io AIO as agent in (Commission Thursday night. Clovis Firm Lists Low Bid Of $1,477,018 John C. Cornell. Inc.. of Clovis is the apparent low bidder to construct a new federal office building at Roswell. Cornell said today that he has not yet received any official uord ,on the project Grand Avenue, thus eliminating Cornell's bid of Si.477.018 was the problem posed by conflict in the lowest of 10 bids for the pro- zoning. Property owners in the ject read in Denver Thursday, area had appeared at the April The proposed building is to be ed to Mobile Ala as "aemt'\nlr" m "" a . F ™' LC " lu . U ' B . ^ 22 commission meeting to protest;used primarily as a federal Charge in Commission Thursday night. a requested zone change west of courthouse and will also contain - He is in charge of the Albu-l Citv Attorney Harry Patton Sf ltv f!f, n A! s . 10 u Cation and i" s t federal offices. Cornell added querque division which covers I presented a new ordinance pro-i ii . . nomes - ! The General Services Admmt? all of New Mexico including the'P° sed b y Southwestern and told! v J".^?^. 0 "*™ J _ *V Joiner.Oration of Denver, Colo . was c\- Clovis office operated by Franki the commissioners: :_? ,".'£: c - 9- Greene at- Pected to take the bids under con T-J nino* ! New Franchise Proposed For Electric Power Raines. A native of C am ,ron, T* ' ;^«"S*££!^ tended the Thursday meeting sideration before awarding the or privUe g es in this with N T ed Houk absent. contract. s a member of the Bar of Texas and the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United ^tates. ' He was transferred to Albuquerque from Salt Lake City. Utah. April 12. Blaylock was in -Salt Lake City the past five •years. He previously served as special agent in charge of the FBI Divisions at San Antonio. Tex.: Indianapolis, Ind., and Buffalo NY . H!a\!ock served as assistant spe*-ial agent in charge at New- Orleans, La., and Albany, N'.y. HP was assigned as an instructor three years at the FBI Training Academy and served as special agent in the Washington. DC., Field Office and Boston. Mass He has two sons, one attending Baylor University, and the other a Baylor graduate now attending la-v school at the University of Houston. Patton noted Ordinance 217 was drawn up on Oct. 9, 1925, and creates the present franchise with Southwestern for 50 years. ; In 1950. a new franchise was granted for water operation in Clovis. The proposed ordinance, he said, grants the franchise for op- oration of the electrical system only "It is substantially in line with the present franchise," he added. The proposed ordinance would grant the franchise over a 25- year period. The present one expires Oct. 9, 1975. Action on the proposed ordinance is expected sometime in June. Commissioner Ned Houk was absent from Thursday's meeting and Commissioner J 1J. Joiner will be absent from the next two State Competition Set Here For Miss Universe Get Awards U , the city purchase about x new white "Little Maid'," to ''"' P lacpf| on parking meters or -utility poU-s at strategic points The New Mexico competition for the Miss Universe Contest will be held in Clovis Saturday . with five entries from through- i out the state competing. Miss Judy Baldwin of Clovis, sponsored by KCI.V radio station is the Clovis entry in the contest and Miss Sandra O'Cheskov. sponsored by the Kappa Sicma fraternity at Eastern New Mexico University, is the Portales en, try. Miss Baldwin is a 1964 graduate of Clovis High School and is now a freshman at Denver University. Miss O'Cheskey is a freshman at Eastern New Mexico University Judges are Mr and Mrs Bob Estes of Bovina. Tex ; Clint Formby of Hereford. Tex Dr of Eastern NMU. and Maj Lloyd F. Walker of Cannon AFB from Alamnc'ordo and Albuquerque aho will be competing in the contest The contest will bet?in with a ee a! 11 am in the home nf Sr . !< W.ll '; and at the Public Service will Mr and Mrs Odis Kc!'"K 1717 E 21st Following \}.i- b<> a luncheon at 12 ^0 p m the (^•i.'nirie cown and swur suit competition at 2 p m Southweslern Building The winner of the ,-ont. ?o to the Mi-s I' S A I'.-L in Mnmi P,e;i.-h aru! will a; on nationwide television The contest i^ in icnied with the ,In Hovis Paeeant or t Mexico Pageant a f or the Tlovis Juninr Commerce said A school budget of $194.151, including $19.9:?!) to complete extensive building repairs, w a s approved for the San Jon schools during a slate budget hearing 'Wednesday afternoon. School superintendent Horace 'Wood explained that the repair Iwork. which was begun last year, 'will be completed this year. Re- 'pairs for the old building include i lowering the ceiling, installine Ifloiesccnt lighting and refinish- 'ing walls and floors. Wood noted that the budget, which was approved as requested, was an increase of about ?;>.000 over the present school budget. Included in the increase wore "alary raises of $500 for the superintendent: $225 for the principal. Kd Lee; and raises averaging $21)0 lor each of the 12 teachers in the school svstem. The approved budget a No In["hided .«.'! 000 to purchase n e >v iui|->ment. and Si •I'lfl fur rc- •ilaeement of present equipment Funds were also approved to increase the transportation bud- ( .'et by SI:? a mile per year fur each contract At a stale budget bear'mc f»r 'he I.onan SchooK the requeste'l budi'et of Si?!] ,".")!) w,-.v at>M!''ivcd Logan school superintendent ..lulu 1 \ihart noted that thu v a< the ' t;rs! time in our 1:\ ••- |;M- blldL'et has Cone throii:' L ' :>•• [e Tl>e budget re!t'"e--i'Ht^ an iri crease of $2 058 <.vev the pn>- ^cnt !>ii<k'et nf Sir,;; IMI) I'MM' salaries fur tear her-- w< •'"''• <"ur the Minenrtender 1 ard ?ii'n! 'nr | M ,-, .-i-rt:! i. •' eir • '• r e AK-.i l!'i liaied \" The l.'id: 1 '- 1 '•' :>• S5 (Kio fur repairs to the ! :rh :il aL'i'ic'ilMire plant Fur- i - a". pr<>\«'! m.Viir equipment p 1 :chases for the r.ew r-afeter.a hume economics and voentio* ;•• •ii'rie'ilturc de'.iartm--""- a"<<-»:r' ! • •! \n S! 000 MM. irr'vj.-.' !•' (;::• •'••U!-.> are f';:',ds tn rcr.lace a" '.'•e chair dc-ks in t.h. h . • i ( <••••. Nliiatt P.ite,! that llp'ir-r 1! •• -,, u )",-• j.- ;'., •'< ,. )'-.-ir,;,(.' '.|t ' '•: ; !••••' -.' a-. r, iea-.-.| ah. ' ' «!m ••er d.'l', .'I' • «'-I7C!2 I.':•!•.'.•( v. a-' ;,;.'- ,v, ,,j - '' ' -.• w i.,-,, '-, $'•};'»•} Sur>r!!'-i!er<!«Tt Hera'.! '-' >•.' '. - .-,.),-.) |>- ,f t* fl-urn !-• • TI ' '(-••'CN j:;r.;l- w ! i- '. •• '' '., ('.-I t,..r.,-U» 1,-. i! -e " T 1 e r;;rr( r1 b'lflfet <J ?1?", T," ' '• •- - ! ! ( i' ' •<!'•- > '" <»*'.' ;• •.;•. ' '••• f.\ '\ ' '. ' |:-,\ e 1>. ee li ••-! I", ''i '. .1 ;,, (>.e budget '.». '-h t- •>!•• !' ',•!'.,!,-• I «-'IKl I: ; , f .- ;,'! •••• '"••• - aft! *!IMI f., ; !'• , ^ •.,.-,. U r: d e r the neve f.,. r?i'.''a f- 'ra'; -*i' ''l.itidt! fund- ]'"-,\ lev ri- V" 1 ••'•'- ''.',.-hi " Si\ ;U-T. , i kJL. V\.\\ ( As I _ s Clovis Man Traveling With Jack <;-•..:! I'. •,',;..•' .,. •;•,:• '' • • ( .' ••'.: ••• < • . \; ' • r • .: Crackdown Vowed In City •••: !-. a:, a- .rial in I •<'• • '>•>'•< '•' r-. a ^a;::k -. •• - !' :••;,!, t:i;: T )•-.-. To Classify June 1 u.r, < on- ee- M,,< --- \e\\ e-man iib.-r ,,f M: Al.-o i:v!ufied in the In .1 •' wore fiin<!- !'"!' rep;ur> arni i-<\<> : me! ! |!!;rcha-ev- Public Record Clovis Portales and Tucumcari chapters of the Junior Chamber of Commerce were among the 27 Jaycee chapters throughout the state which have qualified for the "Blue Chip" aw-ard. The award is given for out standing ability in chapter management and leadership tram- In addition to this, each chapter is required to increase their membership by a predetermined amount in a year's time. Other chapters attaining t h e blue chip award were, Aztec Be len, Carlsbad. Clayton, Espanola Eunice, Farmington. G a 1 1 u p Grants. Bernalillo. Hatch. Hobbs Jal, Las Cruces, Las Vegas. Lovington, Raton, Santa Fe, Grant; ' Sierra Counties. i 'he commissioners with one ot the white receptacles, noting ; !ieir advantages Mayor Ted Waldhauser asked Ha.vs to "work up some kind of a '•ontiaet agreement" with the Donjim firm for presentation at next Thursday's meeting. In other business, the commissioners- —Approved minutes of the \pril 22 meeting Received copies of the audit '•(•port for the quarter ending March 31 1965 - Heard a report that John 'Jairett had erected a cement olant in the Zone G area of West Hospital Notes THURSDAY ADMISSIONS Connie Garcia, Muleshoe. Tex medical Michael Burnett. 1012 Cypress Thelrna Massey. Dora, medical Cath Mast. Bovina. Tex., med- Pined $50 Joseph D Davis. 20. 1020 Merriwether, was fined $50 this morning in Municipal Court on a charge of petty theft. •- Police said the charge was in onnection with the theft of gaso- , Davis was arrested We<taes- Set At Gradv Grady community will engage in a Cemetery Work Day Monday at the cemetery. the workday will begin at 9 a m . and will be sponsored by the Grady Hxtension Club. All members and interested jx?rsons are urged to bring gardening tools for the clean-up work, in preparation for the 1965 Memorial Day. W W Raulie. Texico medical Bobbie Grayes, G.A H No 28. surgery Larry Kimbrough, 709 Comet, Dr . medical Amon Scott. Vaughn, surgery Olive Slocum, 1116 Jones, medical Stanley Harrell, 1300 Hull medical Joseph Artinger. C.A.F-B. surgery Charlie Amos, 1101 Wallace. accident THURSDAY DISMISSALS Irnen Bell, 1201 Lea EufeJia Gaikgos. 308 Thornton Sally Griego, 215 Gamma Emma Hatton. 421 Ash Billy Hutto. Bovina, Tex. Ira Johnson. 140 Wallace Gail Jones. 2317 Sharendale Mrs. Wayne Martin, and baby boy, Route 3 Agnes Stephens, MeJrose Joseph Saaloy, Cameron Virgin Taylor. G A II \o 12 Fmmitt Walker Hi ; -o Tex Sophia Williams (irj \\ finii Dick Wilkin.s Route ^ Conarotijlations To Mr and Mix Fred ste; enson. lf)08 Gila. on the buth a daughter weighin? six pom- and one and a lialf o'uie,-- 12 30 a rn in Memorial Ho.-tut, Traffic Accidents Prince and Grand Mam Torres. 35. 308 Gtoma $1 • Robert L Rolen Ash $l(Kl (iam,'i'-'e Clovis Markets New fork Stocks Moisture In Clovis To Date In May 00 To Date In 1965 . . 155 Total for May 1964 77 Record May Low (1913) 12 Record May Hi (1941) 12 40 54-Yr Avg For May 2 267 Total For 1964 1225 Total Thru May 1964 2 36 ported Trains '•""'•n City Li TUCUMCARI - A prote-t ha~been filed with (lie Interstate f'ornmeree Commission In the I'u.-umcan Chamber of Commerce for the Chicago and Rock Island railroads' application to discontinue two daily trains run, niug from Tucumcari to Kansas City. A Chamber of Commerce sjjokesman said that the removal of trams \o 39 and No 40 would limit the area mail service each day to tuur trains, one from each direction. Depths MR(,II A. T11.L.M\\ ( \\ll':i;i )N Mat! • -- \ i; i.'ie N 1'iiman 78 d.ed at i:i> l..i;:a' in ' 'ni'.ii i o.':. \\c'ifiesdjv M: Thimasi bad Ir. e ! i: ; t :: e He i- -urvi\ed by his v. >!, t •',, M-< 1 »LI!)II Tillmaii threi •-• • li A \Mian .,! San .1- ; .,,.,1 : < '' "( Cameron a <1,it;i''.'' i Mi^ Mavine Wallace dt ( a,"ie ••^n 15 j-'iandrliililn-ii aii'J 15 ' grand, -bildren hc.M'7, a I^'F,;;;;;;'•<;:;;, M« +*** * A oionce ijt 2 '10 p rn tudav --' :• l'u!lbt-ait.Ts wt-ic R H Me. •' _ Failaiid. Llu\d Fiost R li ',. \nk Jerry N!er Willis CaiUM ' •<nd H' P Thomas ^ Honorary ijallhe.iii-i > v, i.| ( il 11 lends aii! iieigijti.ii s (,{ jjit- mih I'ejiial v*ill be if: tin- Wheat- i >"d f'cmcti'ij. •• f •ibe4- v, t It : •!. - • •• •.-.- .! -. »., ' .C ! | :'. 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