Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 9, 1965 · Page 4
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May 9, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 4

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•••&. ;**IB-» ,*,' '*•"«?, *h~ •~*4. LOYALTY DINNER — His Excellency the Most Rove- ers pictured from left to right are, Rev. Myron Uhl O E M • rend James P. Davis, archbishop of Santa Fe, right, who Manuel Marin, speaker on the program'- Jack Car'rasco was the principal speaker for the Loyalty Dinner which general chairman and master of ceremonies and His Fx' was held by Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, Friday. Oth- jjeteyjStaff Photo) Pool Operators School Set A school sponsored by the Curry County Health Department, for swimming pool operators will be held at the Clovis Chamber of Commerce Wednesday at 1 p.m. The school is for the purpose of instruction in safe and sanitary methods of swimming pool operation. Everyone who owns or operates a pool, either public or private, is invited to attend. The program includes talks by various officials. Health and Swimming Pools- Dr. George W. Prothro. Chlorination - Ted Price. Water Superintendent. Southwestern Public Service. Filters - Dewey Miller. Chemist, Clovis High School. Recirculation - L. C. Lancaster. Sanitarian. District Health Office. of inspection and consultation in regard to x-ray equipment in this area. This is a service whereby phvsician.s. dentists or other users of X-ray equipment may request inspection of their present equipment. Le Bond also is available for advice in regard to techniques and safety factors in proposed X-ray installations. Dr. II. C. Jeringan, Director of the New Mexico State Tuberculosis Hospital at Ft. Stanton. conducted a chest clinic at the Curry County Health Department during the week This clinic, held every three months is for the purpose of following up patients previously under treatment at the State TH Hospital. Patients also are seen on referral from local physicians, particularly if there is a suspected diagnosis of tubercu- cian. District Health Officer in For- t* tales. District Nursing Supervisor in, _ Ft. Suiniicr. TIKSDAY County School Nurse at Melrose Schools. | District Health Officer in Ft. Sum ner. , Public Health Nurses in Mel-: rose area for home visits. i District Nursing Supervisor ini Tucumcari. | WKDNFSDAY ! County School Nurse in Texico Schools. District Nursing Supervisor in^ Fortales. j Swimming pool Operators (.'nurse - 1:00 p.m. - Chamber of Commerce Public Health Nurses at Sacred Heart School and Texico. Home visits Santa Fean Speaks In Clovis Nearly 400 persons attended the Loyalty Dinner, Friday evening, which was held by Ottf Lady of Gimdalupe Church. Principal speaker for the dinner was the Most Reverend James P. Davis, Archbishop of Santa Fe. The Archbishop stated, "It is easy to take God for granted along with all his many blessings to us. God always wants a sincere expression of gratitude from the beginning of our lives until the end, and we shall be judged by what we do in this life. Too many Catholics have not faced their obligations therefore this tithing and re-' dedication program has beenj designed to teach and remind! Catholics of the Tithe Standard; or principle by which to judge their generosity toward God and his church. Let us not deceive ourselves, we shall be judged by the choices we make and the things, first." The Archbishop was reared In this part of the United States, and was born in Arizona, near Tucson. He was Bishop of Puerto Rico, and was appointed Archbishop of Santa Fe a year ago. , Ho will attend the third and 1 final Vatican Council in Rome ; in September. this fall, leaving for it sometime manner in which we put "first FBI KOR RKNT turf Micdrrwm h'HiM-. nlgn of Karwcli. ('ail TH.i-4.il4 RKAI> CLASSIFIED ADS .... — Leonard Blaylock, loft, nowly appointed sporial agent in charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation office in Albuquerque visited in Clovis during the past vve<-k. Frank Haines, right, is special agent in charge of the local FBI office. (Staff Photo) Ne e d» ?i^g coil H. Iff THOMPSON 763-9372 •>>' " ; ; ; t!f "V •••••••^^^^^^^^^^ • • Happy Motoring i V r~ tHCCT 1 District Health Office cunican. 1 or, Clovis Branch Laboratory. Wading Pools - Abrey vVillard. At the conclusion nf the program, certificates of attendance will be presented b> Willnrd. Public Health FnimiciT ujth the \ew Mexico Dcpartmcnl of Public Health. Activities this past week at the Health Department included Aaron Le Bond. Occupational Health Technician of the New Mexico Department of P u b I i c Health was in Clovis. during the week, to carry out a program Leaa! Publication I.I'O U, III y > •> i *.'.'. vorirr or HKU:IN<; <»\ \uvilnv in VIKM-T r in Tu- Health Nurse n\ Guad)1 FRIDAY at the State Hospital was recommended for two of these for tit. or treatment -. Prothro. dis- c . . Public Health Nurses in Clo- Special aetivrties at the health' v is for borne vUiK department this week will in- Distnc' Health Otfj.Tr to atdude: tend Nevs Mexico Medical Socie- MONDAY , v ,„ Santa Fe Immuni/.atioii Clinic fur p ;i . S.\TIKD\Y ticriti referral by. . their phy.si- Clous Samtan Infection ^ s M ..._ y- O OMEGA SELFWINDING WATCHES YOUR PURCHASED -«0.f) jQ« JOA a Upti J " Vs.. -rli'' I;..i.ir: ..' ".. ~\ : < i' • V I' •' '\ il < "• •if-.l-. S' 'T-'t i .. •.:.•• i i,,.'... (,•„. CL,' .. . I • ' <'<,• ,' Ihc ( •'•. -\!' [UTS.H.I Illlf-' . - i • •• '-- • :,t ,|i ; ,ii «• ,;i '! s'-t !•• u I < • '' arfvl'.,-,| in ,i,n[).-a: n! '• , . r 1 • '. „' .r. (*< ^^' • >' ii\ \^ r i''':>; to Kir- 1 '•!, .:• \ !,-•->- • : "••• I'.nr.'i:- .' i',.ir.ri,- IJ«tp(l this "'h f(n\ <•' M.-iv "*;." /•(! \t\Vl'. M \'.HKIIRY '"hnlrm*n •>.' 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