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May 9, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 2

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EtJEL SMITH Mr, Ettet Smite, W. manager 1 the Sands Motel, died Satur* fit Memorial Hospital. Smith had been an area it since 1935. Funeral services will be at 2 ,..m, Sunday at the 10th Street >3ffiiith of Christ with Ebb Ran* >tel and B. E. Baucom official* 'fig, under direction of Steed funeral Home. Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynewood, Okla. tin- •ler the charge of Baker Funeral Home with committment servi- ,ces, Monday. Mr. Smith is survived by his gqftdfty, May 9,1085 TROOPS (Continued From Page i) Cong-ttprth Vietnamese is to split McNamara: "The reason that South Viet Nam south of the key tJa frang airbase — before the U.S. can mass sufficient fighting forces to block that, this is the reason for the considerable Marine and paratroop reinforcements being rushed to South Viet Nam. U.S. military authorities have varying views on the purpose of the seven Red Chinese battalions in Loas. One theory is that they are replacing the large forces North Viet Nam is inflitrating into South Viet Nam and Thialand. Under this thesis, the Chinese battalions constitute a defensive r Viet Nam Wiima; a daughter, Betty J? e , ««>? 'J* ' ef J* «"* «>? lo Crump, Wynewood; a sister, Mrs. Jamie Eads, Dumas, Tex.; too half-brothers, Oafton and James both of Synder, Tex. and one grandchild. Pallbearers will be Herbert Stewart, Jack Skipworth, Ray Lewis, Homer Bennett, Buck Bar-j rtes and Bob Newmann. j Honorary pallbearers will bej the members of the Mounted Patrol. MRS. ADA LOU SMITH Mrs. Ada Lou Smith, 80, died at Retire- real intent of the Peking force is to exert pressure on U.S. allies to induce the U.S. to end bombing of North Viet Nam and not to further escalate the war. The British Labor government reputedly already has made such sihool of thought exists is that you never see in the press a di vergence of opinion between Secretary Rusk and myself. The reason for that is because we consult fully, and because 1 be-j lieve very strongly in the sti-j bordination of defense policy tol foreign policy." " 1 Clark: "And you do not at-, tempt to run foreign policy. You! have enough to do in the Depart ment of Defense?" McNamara: Auto Reported Stolen Canadians |Texan Wants Control Postina _ $for Oust Of CBS Programming Red Spies WASHINGTON — The Post Office Dept. said Friday It had selected Filo Sedillo Jr. to Serve as acting postmaster at Belen, N.M. overtures. Meanwhile. and I do not think anyone can point to a single instance in which we have endeavored to impose our will on the State Department.... We have sought to ensure that everyone in the Defense Department understands that defense is a tool of foreign policy, and that there must be a balance between our foreien policy objectives and our military forces and defense program. LUB130CK, Tex. <UPH —Dav- fore the SEC. Tiic organization id W. Dye Jr., a well-to-do he formed to get proxies on businessman dismayed by the CBS slock is Medias Unlimited, "'violence, crime, brutality, sad- Jne OTTAWA (UPJi _ Two So- '*in and sex" on Mrvbinn. said viet Embassy staff members Saturday he has askeri the Se- who spent "thousands of dollars ciiritie< and Kxrhaiw Commis- Charlie Jewitt, 617 Parieview for cs P io " a ^ here and tried to * io » -srr. to nppmvo his ,,i ;m nnliop SafnrHav his IQfift recrmt Canadian women into to S pt control nl ihe Columbia e P ct Ce hadten Llen^ciS theifr /P>- "«™* have been Broadcasting System K'CS, '•£ . , time between 9 p.m. Friday and ° usted (lom thp coun(r - v *^ r That Is correct. 2-30 a m Saturdav ! bem g unmasked by loyal FOR FAST RESULTS CHECK ADS DAILY He valued the auto at $651). ; nad 'ans, it was announced Sat- WFLE STOLEiN j urda y- Charles Danney, 804 Sheldon. The Sovi( , t ics sou ,, lu , (% . E'fiml^ 1 ^ had been , fensc secrets and detailed in- taken from his car. formation on the trans-moun- TIRE TAKEN i tain pipeline system in Western . . , . .. iCanada. the Canadian External A wheel and a tire were re-'Affairs Department said jorted stolen from a bicycle at 2200 Bel Air and the handlebars Tne Russians, who were reported broken. Dye. M. ta - CBS stock. has 2i'Ki shares He wants lo get of 1.000 persons in the country to xari'Uis parts of buv 200 shares each. anil, in t:ini !•(•(•: uii. 'JO persons eadi who will buy 200 shares each. ..... , Senator George Aiken. R-Vt.: intelligence hasj» How far down thc line does a disturbing Viet Cong| autonmv in the choi f -t in the teeming slumi pons ex t end o.. areas of Saigon. Communist terrorists and a gents are infiltrating into these j sections in large numbers in pre-j paration for violent outbreaks j timed to coincide with the anti- McNamara: "There is no autonomy in the choice of weapons. Each weapon is at that the government that cipated Viet Cong drive to split' P r °P *«,„ ~*,, n t~,, „«..*!, »r *u_ TI_ XT. __ tne decision ° ul P r °P er] >' be involved in Saturday morning ment Ranch. Mrs. Smith was a former Ft. &e~c"ount'iy souTh'V^^ brought into the Sumner resident and the body is'airbase. ' jdecision There is no weapon being transferred to Ft. Sum- REVEALING QUESTION'S bv ««' I ' f "" *——- -' the forces of un- AND ANSWERS-President no< approved son is ... not alwavs informed ^ y the J T t Chie f s and by me - ner by Julians Mortuary. JL/vt-dl el I I dllgC IIiClILo ell c MUIUWH »u «n/ v ui *• u * .? iiiiwiuitki 1 /* « der direction of Sherwo od of important policy changes re- 1 for example, and I never ap- Mortuary. garding operations in war-torn P rove(one w'thout review by the INFANT GALLO South Viet Nam. s—t,,,, nt «„,» «.„ u The infant daughter of Mr.i and Mrs. Lucinno Gallo. 908 W. i First died Friday at Memorial Hospitl. That's what Defense Secretary McNamara told the Senate Relations Committee Secretary of State. We have consultation at the highest level on all changes in weapon policy or operations." Aiken: "But not necessarily at Sherwood Funeral Home. Oil Man To also flatly denied "pushing round the State Department." or j any differences between him and ARTESIA - Robert Ratliff. sti- ! Sectrctary Rusk. j perintcndent of the Continental Rowing is thc verbatim Iran-1 Oil Co. refinery here since De-> sc , npt of thls revealing cember, 1962, has been transfer-; cange: by Pentagon chief McNamara: "No. not neces sarily by the President." That ended this very signifi cant discussion. The their proxies would ami. wit THIEVES HIT ada Friday, were identified as A. E. Bytchkov. an embassy commercial aide, and V. \. pii- Several articles were reported lucnk i n - a legal clerk. stolen Saturdav including: The Covornm( , nt s . li( , „„. R(1> . An air tank was reported tali, al Canadian Mounted Police, lion shares under hi> liuurfs he f'Hihl <j o\ er CI'S. or ^ub>;!;ii contro ain <•>'> 'lld en from Leroy's Texico service the aid of their informants station. First and Prince, Satur- WCI ' e ;!l)lri !o dav. out of circulation damage was dune A bicycle belonging to Steve interests Stidham, 309 Sandia, was stolen. ... , ; Existence of ihe ed takc^Trom • WC1 ' e rep ° rt '> s P iona ^ operation :n ng to Ed Hawthorn, 440 W ^ a ' S linnoum( '' uni;( ' Manana. the Iiii*>iaii> "before any to Canadian PLATE LOST ' Harold Craig. 2917 Horn, reported a license plak- was either- lost or stolen from his automobile. CAR HIT Nan Bost. 3100 Sheldon, told police Saturday that her parked car had been hit. She said damage was done to the left rear fender of the car. Canada I-A!er. nal Affairs Mim-ter Paul Martin was on a Kuropean lour. lie d.d iv.i d' !•;, t: In.; sa.d ]:-> doub;-. t!,,- nf disrnvsm'.: ;i!i ui'hv \< ' work wiiilc I;;-, ajij.'n-.i:; \\ ;-•.! With A Vacation LOAN We Have SIGNATURE, Automobile, Furniture Loans Up To $1,000 Try Our I'lium* Ahead Loan System 'Your Money Is Headv When You Come In. YOl' AHi; WMLC'OMK TO ASK I,Mr IN rou MOM;V! Accident, Health Insurance on loans for a low cost Security Finance Co. 500 W. 7th 763-4453 ex- mediate y Roswellite Bureau Lawyer SANTA FE (UPD— Roswell.ing effective June 30, Gunwales thought that the Pentagon rather lS ioncr Max Gonzales ' ' • - • * . l r ax nzaes (graduated from the University, He will be succeeded here by constantly pushes the State De-| ' ' j of New Mexico's law school in Louis B. Parks, who formerly partment around and is in effect ; ^ he appocntment is effective 1964. He currently is studying was process assistant here be-ithe U.S. with the aid of what ^a. v 17 at a .salary of $600 per • to take the certified public' ac- fore going to Ponca City, Okla.. General Eisenhower used to call month. Overstreet will replace countant examination later this 'the military industrial complex." Jerry Wertheim who is resign- month. Bedroom Of Vacant House Damaged By Fire, Smoke SHOWDOWN (Continued From Page I) authorities announced Satur• day. Five rebels tried to pone- rirc struck a vacant house at, officials reported. Irate the Marine support area 233 Martin Saturday afternoon They said the cause of the on the beach. They were driven doing smoke and heat damage blaze was believed to have been off by an exchange of fire but to one bedroom of the house.Jrrc children who had entered the the officer was fatally shot. j house and started the fire : His death brought the number i CT.OVIS HKws-jot/nn»r, i The house belongs to Willie of U.S. fatalities in the Hapcr. week rebellion to 13. Other fires reported Saturday Thev include five Armv The . wounded Sniping Continues ci.nvis HF«vsjot/nmi!, UEMHF.R AUUIT BLiKEAO OF t'IKCUMTIDM BY LITTLE MKR(MANT CARRIER 1.75 monthly In advanr*. By mall In Curry and lurroundlng counties J12.0U (or one year: $800 for six months; J4.2S for three motihs: {1.50 for one month. By mall outside Clo- vls trade territory. $18.UO fnr one yrrr: $H50 tor jlx mi.Mhs: $5 no for three months: JL75 for one month AtX SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Second class posUpe paid at Clovii New Mexico. Published dally except Saturdjv nv th« CIXJVIS NEWS-JOURNAL Sixth A Pile, dovti. New Mexico. Ph. 76J-3431. Shootm- was hcird arou-ul ie American-owner! r e>on ||o. el tmbajadur dur:n^ the ru-n! two- a nd "light sniping" continued along tin- edi;e ot the interna- men, tional safety zone, injuring two " ' included: scven Marines, and one Navy Dominican civilians in thc - A grass fire under a bar- ma n. !darkness, mihtarv spokesnu-n racks building at Highland ' M " School started by children. No The three paratroopers were Sdlu " damage was reported in the wounded by sniper fire along Rebel broadcasts denounced blaze. ;the U.S. — Held "Refuge cor- [ m be it and warned he i> >..>—A car belonging to A. F.'ndor" through the city and mg a daiiKeruus game." Chavez. The auto caught abla/.e the Duarte Bridge leading to Imbert. one of the a.^asMns while the vehicle was being,the U.S. - held San Lsidro air of dictator Rafael U Trujir.o 'and a national hero, uas ssvorn ~ in Friday with a pledge to wrecked, fire officials said 'base. "TJ THE Z^LE DIAMOND SOLITAIRE IN A NEW FASHION PERSPECTIVE A nwrwHoos sn-pnng ir\f dispUyi the raonnrt o* The nafniTicenc* of this <f\t- i mond boduiie is enhanced by ' delicately swrliog 14 K go>i mVMMJ OOWRWWfWI £f f ^O* M ting of 14K gold «nh«Ctttius * ^ -" A brlKant dumond soWaire fc Mioertilv «LM This bokfl» tuodioflx cnan't ring l«atur*s a Urge round roascx*f» s<<- gcia T'« 1nrf» sptsndtd Nifactt Top "save the Dominican penpit- irom Communist diclator.sni[> " , Three civilians and a coU>ne! serve uith him in the ruhivj. urnup. The ci\ ilian - mutarv .|n M .t.i ; was nainp/ t'V tne ir,.iit.r • leaders opposed to f;ia;ii.i:;» jand lo exiled Prc-;den! Juan Bosch. They apparently tho.i^M its broader base would attract more support The io\a!;>t lea 1- er Gen F.lias Wes-in V \Vei- sin. is not on the nt-.v junta. C'aamand. however. appi j ar' j 'l determined t» remain a- ' pr"- vLsumal pre>ident" and 1:1'. <• <t the unexpired term uf ex. led President Bo-ch HEARING AID $9950 i Hem/. 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