Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 9, 1965 · Page 5
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May 9, 1965

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

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PUBLIC RECORD Hospital Notes FKIDAY ADMISSIONS James W. Tanner, Portales, medical Beverly Webb, 2812 Ross, medical Otis E. Little, 516 Calhoun, fft ™£ FK ~ medical. , ton Witt sa y s Josephine Samora, 200 CamooJ medical Erma 0. Williams, Eunice, medical , Bill Doak, Portales, medical Betty Crowder, 820 Sunset Dr. medical i Cynthia Nelson, Route 2, medical | J. A. Madole, 413 W. Sixth,; medical Billy Don Miller. Tucumcari, medical Ethel R. Speakman, 2017 Wallace, medical FRIDAY DISMISSALS Witt Denies 'Guidelines' Curb Freedom Of Press SANTA FE - Atty. Gen. Bos- quidelines Duke Job Corps Unit Approved for release to the press of in-,fession on television," formation in have been intei, tailing freedom of the press. But he denied that the guide- Of State Man AUSTIN, Tex. — If will be up to New Mexico G o v. Jack Campbell whether an extradi- CLOVW Highlands Regent! $3,564,442 Budget LAS VEGAS (UP!)- An Op- eating budget of $3,864,442 for Bernalillo County but that he didn't recall the circumstances lines, which he sent to law en-jof the case. forcement officials around the| "Having a confession read state, are for this purpose. Jon television might have been Witt said he is compiling in- 1 highly persuasive in having his stances of justice possibly be- attorney recommend that he ing circumvented through re- i plead guilty," Witt said. release to the press of informa- j "W h a t we are concern e d tion in certain cases. He said j about is law enforcement offi- ; he will present the list May I5|cers giving newsmen infor- SANTA FE (UPD— Gov. Jack wnen he addresses the New'mation on a silver platter," the M. Campbell has a pp r o vedi Broaclcas tcrs Association c o n-j attorney general said, adding plans for a neighborhood youth vention in Albuquerque. that the press "is free to pub..... ".. .s.u.M.oo/ii,* corps project at Dulce— the llth "One of the most flagrant lish anything it gets, if its Joseph M. Arthinger, C.A.F.B. to receive his approval in the cases ' can think of was when judgment dictates it Is proper Sammy Nix Bartee, 3201 Wai- i state. |a sheriff read a man's con-jto do so." lace The Dulce Independent School! " --------- -=^ ------ - - • — Mrs. Jimmy Dimas and baby 'District and the Bureau of In- girl, Tucumcari jdian Affairs will supervise the Craig T. Douthelt. 1021 N. Oak program which is for the youth; Bobbie Graves, G. A. No. 28 of the Jicarilla Apache Tribe.! C. L. Gunn,'ni21 Las Palomas'H is part of the national War! Roy S. Hawkins, Bovina. Tex.! on Poverty Program. Marguerite Johnson, Tucum- - cari *» i Mrs. Querino Luccro and babyj Sflntfl girl. Portales ]«JUIIIW Pauline C. Rickstrew, Texico' D MMr Congratulations Bat1S To Mr. and Mrs. Max Reyes. Grand Avenue Homes, on the birth of a daughter weighing five ; SANTA FE — The Santa Fe pounds and 15 and a forth, City Council has put a ban on ounces at 1:46 a.m. in Memorial street carnivals at future Santa Hospital. j].- e fiestas. To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maes ' The acticm h - v tne cit y fathers Grand Avenue Homes on the brou « ht a protest from the Fi- J)irth of a daughter weighing csta Council chairman, Joe seven pounds and 13 and a half Clark - Clark said the carnival ounces at 8:07 a.m. in Memorial has bpen one of lne main Hospital. i sources of revenue for the Fi- ipsta Council in the past and the To Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Roybal City Council ban would "cut 724 W. First, on the birth of a our economic throat." daughter weighing five pounds; The City Council cleared the nnci nine and a fourth ounces at way for the Catholic Church to 9.32 p.m. in Memorial Hospital. ;r pnew its participation in the j Marriage Licenses {Fiesta The church withdrew its j T ; participation and support last Luther VVeldon Hailoy. 35. year after objecting to some fa- Tex and Betty Jean crts of fu , sta opcra tion. T p' hbOCk -J P r : ThC ( '"- V C ° uncn * ave its a "- T'r, ym>1 ^ (annnn thori/ation for the Cabaleros de '™ d Ialncia A Tucker - Varans. (!u> Catholic Church . , , 7 — ' lie ijuugei is approximately *, .... surrended voluntarily April 29 j $1,200,000 less than for 1964-65 Because of tfte iflCTeasiflg efl* on a fugitive warrant filed by because the capital outlay funds L ollments ! n Jflttrnaltem, Malty Cochran has been released on his own recognizance since he $6,900; for associate pfflftssew, $7,700, and 19,000 for Highlands University Board of Regents Thursday. The budget is approximately division $1,000 less than new scale. because the capital outlay funds for the new women's dormitory now under construction and for the new library which will be under construction next summer were included In the 1964*65 budget. A new salary scale for the faculty, effective September 1, also received approval by the board. Under the new scale, „. „. ..the base for instructors will be entered prison Oct. 3, 1929. I$6,000; for assistant professors, Eddy County, N.M., Sherif'f Carl Hawkins. Texas has sent a routine request for extradition to Caim> bell asking for the return of J. R. Blaise who escaped from the state penitentiary Dec. 14, 1929. Blaise, also known as Cochran, still has one year and nine months to serve on a two-year prison sentence for forgery. He N. Lancaster, director of the News Bureau, will devote full time to directing the journalism department, SS^^—m— TYPEWRITER ADDING MACHINE REPAIR GOODMAN Office Stitmtjr 1212 Main—Dial 7B8-5589 SEARS ROEBUCK AND co Hold-0 Day printing public t. of Bevef Dr. Bryce Sti CHIROPRACTI 109 W. Manai 762-2011 T Panel OK's Oil Recovery i • ft *l • fl A «"«»t •**... ' . land the ministerial alliance to Mi;»ervise control of downtown i city streets during the Sunday jof Fiesta. i T!IC Fiesta Council wns grnnt- !ed use of the city streets for , a!! days; nf the Fiesta except, SVSTA FE ilT'l) ..- The Oil Suivhiy. Booths will be per-1 Oisenation Commission has mined on the plaza during Fi-j .ipprovcd the prochiction and estn under supervision of the' marketing of oil recovered from Fiesta Council, provided first, fip OgalaHa water formation on preference is given non-profit' the northwest edge of Hobbs. .organizations. Joseph Walton of Loving t o n ! f.ied an application with the commission last month seeking PIODdinC] LOOfl permi.s>!on to recover rr.ide oil'» j . *~, T /N f* from water wells in the for M006 OT T Of C Jn;i ' !on FOHT WORTH. Tex. - A pre- T»ie commission approved the liminary planning loan of $20.- appl.cntion and it is effective ooo for 100 new low rent homes immediately. in Truth w Consequences was Mv'io j^h Waltnn f:'ed the ap- made during the first quarter plication, the order w;ts written of tins year, to allow anyone sn the forma- According to the I' S Public tioi to recover the oil. 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