Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 10, 1965 · Page 6
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May 10, 1965

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

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Local News Features CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, Mwday, May 10,1WS» fige 0 I CHEERLEADERS — 1965-66 Gattis Cheerleaders for the school year will be left to right, Vicki Beach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Beach, 900 W. Christopher; Janice .Clayton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Clayton, 1665 Cannon; Brenda Halloway, daughter of Mr. and* Mrs. D. J. .."Halloway. 228 Sasser; Paula Gilk-spie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gillespie, 112 Westerfield; Janet Case, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Case, 901 Sandia Drive; Sherrye Deyo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ann Deyo, 1417 Sheldon and Claire Woody, daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Rufus Woody Jr., 1669 Cannon. (Staff Photo) Kruzel Takes Break From Exercise Brig. Gen. Joseph J. Kruzel Was in Clovis over the weekend during an administrative break in exercise "Silver Hand," in which he is taking part. Man Found In House Public Record Pilot Killed In Search; Plane Hits Power Line A Clovis woman surprised a 1 thief inside her house Saturday u *-r- j i .'morning and after he fled she' W . h ° :was ._ n ? tlf ! ed ] ? st discovered more than $35. a ring and some medical supplies were missing. i Mrs. Less Hubby, 210 Gidding.i told police she returned home about 11:35 a.m. Saturday and Base officials said this morn- found thc man in the house - i Ing that Kruzel had returned to Shc said she asked him wh ^ Clovis to accomplish some work hc was m the nouse and he re at the base but had made no of-P hed - "I'm looking for Mr. ficial comment on his recent pro .j Christiansen. He then walked motion out of the house and broke into week that his nomination for brigadier general had been confirmed by the Senate, said the exercise was "going real smooth." Kruzel has returned to Fort a run. she told police. Thc missing loot included $10 Hood. Tex., the site of the exer-;in change. $25 in bills, a $4 ring, cise, which will conclude Satur-'some pennies and various madi- Hospital Notes SATURDAY ADMISSION'S Ella M. Keliey, 913 E. Brady medical Noch Rouse, 1007 East Fifth, medical Wanda M. Carter, 314 E. Ninth medical F'ranccs Oswald, 124 Highland, medical Agnes Gurule, 318 Georgia, medical SATURDAY DISMISSALS Charlie Amos, 1101 Ross Andrea L. Bennett. Box 543 Michael Burnett, 1012 Cypress Donald R. Hemming Jr., Me- viden, Conn. Croft Goodman, 900 John Doe'pounds and 13 ounces"at V57 J. C. Jenkins, 821 W. Brady p.m. in Memorial Hospital. Loyce M. McCleskey, Farwell, I TO Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Grine. Tex. i308 Thornton, on the birth of Thelma E. Massey, Dora 'daughter weighing Civil Air Patrol pilot searching for a missing Albuquerque boy was killed Sunday when his single-engine plane hit a power line and crashed into the Rio Grande. Dead is Major M. L. Perry, 37, of Albuquerque. The T-34 Beechcraft airplane struck the power line near the Rio Bravo bridge south of Albuquerque and flipped over onto its back in about two feet of water. The crash came as about 50 men searched the Rio Grande from the west central bridge southward for 7-year-old Stafford Olsen who fell into the river Sunday afternoon. The search was to continue today. Col. Harry H. Crosby, deputy wing commander for the Civil Air Patrol in Albuquerque, sairl the state police asked for a CAP plane to aid in the search Sunday. He said Perry, who he termed "an experienced ml safe pilot," was asked to make the flight. Fireman Marion (Budi Stockman, an eyewitness to the accident, said Perry's plane flew in Robert Gonzalcs, 1217 S. Prince'f rom the south at dusk about 50 ALBUQtJERQTJE (UP!) — A were witnesses to the crash.;to the plane. He said the cock- Firemen slid down ropes from i pit was submerged and that the bridge-into the shallow ri-'Perry's head was underwater. ver as soon as the plane crash-] Stockman said "We had him out fast—in less than three minutes. But I felt his pulse, and ed. Stockman was the first man there was none. I think he was dead when he hit the water. If he hadn't been killed in t h e crash I think we could have notion him out belore he drown- Agnes Gurule, 318 Georgia Lary Kimbrough, 709 Comer Mary Kirby, 1120 Walnut Cynthia Nelson, Route 2 Mrs. Jerry Roybal and baby girl, 724 West Josephine Samora, 200 Cameo er" Stockman said. Mrs. Cecil Sena, and baby boy was awful." 205 Cameo | A ,. Tthel Speakman, 2017 Wallace', Da ™ ge to t , he , P° wer , lme ' Buna Thomas, 225 E. Tierra knocked oul elect " clt > to a feet above the bridge. Stock man said it appeared Perry tried to pull up at the last instant to avoid the power line. "His wing hit the power line and the plane flipped head ov- God, it Blanca wide area of central and southern Albuquerque. Several radio and television stations were forced off the air and lights To Mr. and Mrs. Walter were blanked out in downtown Congratulations Smith. 700 W. Manana, on the birth of a daughter weighing six Albuquerque. A large group of men working on the search for the boy day. Cathy Mast Bovina, Tex. Mrs. Max Reyes Jr. and baby sx Mrs. Robert Rocigers and ba- Auto Blaze Extinguished A car fire was put out Sunday afternoon at 14th and Mitchell by the Clovis Fire Department. The auto belonging to J.C. Jenkins caught ablaze when the carburetor flooded and backfired, Fire Chief Joe Maddox said. Minor damage was done to the vehicle, he added. cal items. Mrs. Hubby reported, girl, G.A.H. BILLFOLD LOST | I Roy Barnes, 1817 Gerry, report- by girl, 102 Columbia Jed he lost a billfold containing {his drivers license and miscel- jlaneous papers. BICYCLE STOLEN a pounds and six and a half ounces at 10:05 a.m. in Memorial Hospital To Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Autrey, Texico, on the birth of a son, weighing eight pounds and ten Terri Rowell, 1012 W. Plaza an( j a ha lf ounces at 4:49 p.m. Sarah C. Rumbaugh Melrose,j n Memorial Hospital. Piano, Organ Program Set The Fifth Annual Piano and Organ Ensemble program will be presented at Marshall Auditorium beginning at 7:30 p.rn today. More than 15.") students will take part in the varied program which will be free of charge to the public. Five Clovis piano and organ teachers have combined lak.-nts In offer seleclinii.s in dun. and ensemble arrangements under direction <>l Harold I'lullips. i _ Ralph Maes, 1020 W. Grand, reported a stolen bicycle Saturday. BOTTLES TAKEN 7 Al Samples. 105 E. Manana, reported four cases of soft drink bottles had been stolen from his garage. SPRINKLER STOLEN \ Dowan Hopkins, 3012 Jeffers. reported a lawn sprinkler had 'been stolen from his residence. Clovis Man Mrs. Fred Stephenson and baby girl, 108 Gila Cricket B. Taylor, Farwell, Carrie P. Williams, 912 Wai-j lace St. Danny B. Williams, Farwell, Traffic Accidents 600 block of Main, Doyle D. Porter. 17, Star Route, $5 damage; Dana Rozzell, 15, 2716 Wallace, $50 damage. Fifth Street, James N. Show, Deaths JOHN E. IRWIN SNYDER, Tex. (Staff) — Mr. John Irwin, 71, brother of Mrs. Augusta Pollard, Fort Sumner, died Sunday at his home. Mr. Irwin had been a practicing pharmacist for more than 50 years, and was a veteran of World War I. Survivors Included his wife; a brother, Horace Irwin, Andrews. Tex., and another sister. Mrs. Tex. Eleanor Weeks, 208 W. i30, 1008 Maple, $10 damage; j Lucille Richards, Seminole. Tex. Clovis Boy Bitten By Dog A s< A cn >r;ir oh! I'lovis Imv u;is reported in l.iir condition 1 1 if lay ;it MI Minn.il 1 lospil;i| uheje he K lieint: IrKilrd for dou I'lte'- s'il!e; er| S'HNl.iy. r,il!n>;i .l.n.imillo. 7. son of l'i! into .l;ii-;unii!c. 21.'! I. \iiia. •A,! 1 - v.itMM'd fur nitS iiliollt til^ '.<•,!•! ;i!!<l he. k I : ; : : •- ( '.-.,-•''. !•'.-, ilt'i (!<•;>. lit '!i<T' "!' '< ;.i' - - -..ii'l Mil '• !!)('! !ii!' .: M. ,!! 'A :•.;!•• !•;,- p; n ! h r r ,.' 1 -" >" !'••-' ,1''- I in'.. « >H<-r vl l,'! '•'• .'-•• , .1 ' ! i •! "!•<•': !,)'-! U <•!•',; .i • ' ' " >>•••'', ,!,.,.; |.;-;v. !'i !,ik<> t'.eei) of ,-)'! ( r M:'!' T rpp* 1 f'.i-, !'-. 7 |;;i:! i "•!• s .•;•! u hi"; ci»vr»*v SINDA\ Patsy Griego, 1407 S. Prince, Sixth Pryor R. McDaniel, 82, 1107 i Funeral^ services appending , Sheldon. 600 block of Main, Leonard Weisbcrg. 22, Cannon AFB. $10 at Bell - Seale Funral Home. MRS. Ll'CY E. BATES medical Hurl Simmons, 2816 medical Harry Robinson, 1401 Pile, ac- damage; Dorothy H. Clark Sheldon, -^ Sunset $10 damage. 62 Leg Shot In A Clovis man was treated for a fjwi.sliot wound at Memorial Hospital this morning. Victor Caballero, 40, 108 Reid, was treated lor a wound in Die leg and released from the hospital. I'olirf said Cahallero told thi'iii he wa.-. loading his car to !.M) Ir-hiM 1 .' when he dropped the |ii>,lul and it discharged shooting him through the leg. SllltS Filed Providence Institution Savings. Providence. R.I., Mildred Marks, Portales, sur- Ralph E. Davis and wife and county resident since 1953. gcrv Boyd M. Wood and wife, mort- Funeral services were to CLARENDON', Tex. fStaff) Mrs lA]cy Earnestine Bates, 58, , half-sister of Mrs. Pearl Moore i of Bovina, died Sunday in Adair for Hospital after a long illness. vs Mrs Bates had been a Donley be Delbert Lindcr, Portales, med- gage foreclosure. 213 Lydia. Gilbert Jaramillo, accident AUTO HIT Charles W. Wilkins of Friona, held at 3 p m. today in the First Methodist Church In Clarendon with Rev. Bob Ely officiating, j The family requested that any MISS NK\V MKXICO — Mi-.- Judy I{.,!,|-.M.".. 1 • ... t,. •> man at Di-tiviT I'rmrrsitv. \»- mi- uith jo\ .i!!i: •'• \> ,., iiiiint'd MJ.SS Ni-u Mt'Mi'o ,1! i'iit\is .s.iii.i.;-: . (,-. ! .. judu'i' paiH-1 Slu- is the K! .i.'i'tau ••)••'.< i •>! M, .;•;•. ''•.!:I-!. L. Hatllehi, -liKi K.. I'.Mh She \\ ;ii ;: , t" Mi.SIM !• . , , !!.;summer In partn'ip.ilf in Hie Miss I'S.\ <-*>ir.',» !;'/•.:. Clovis TV Advertising Suit Under Advisement Simms Flown To Clovis ALBl'Qt'ERQrE (Staid A Clarence Smith, Texico, accl Tc.v . told police his parked car memorial contributions b« made suit attacking the state law dent had been hit by another vehicle, to the Cancer Fund. prohibits optometrists' pme Jessie Mason, Eunice, medical SINDAY DISMISSALS TIKS TAKEN' ^ rs R a t es |, surv ivea by her advertising, originating in T F Roche of Amarillo, Tex., husband; a daughter, Mrs.'Opal arilJo and pi|>od into tin- ( i old police He | Williams of Florida; two sons/area ideu.Mon set-, ha- t» • Am- "Hle Dr Kolarid Crane, Ft. Sunnier reported someone entered his rharlie D and James T both of taken under jid\ isement \>, .. '"" '";'''" -•<••>• •<<:!>! ••' < <••:!.) i.. Hill Doak. l'ortal.".s r ,,o:n at a local hotel and stole [ ubbock- five sisters Mrs W three-jud^- federal court. "'•'•' ! 'I'.- i»",•••:..<. UP!, r «.,, fon.iie Garcia, Mule-shoe, Tex. two tie*. iKellv of Snvder. Okla.'. Mrs An-' Midwi-.it Video C,,,|.. a n .1 •'•"•'••!'">•• "-—."e Too Laie To Classify , Kelly of Snyder. Okla., Mrs An- jnise Carter of Altus. Okla.: Mrs .Black Hills Video (dip, dull Buster H. Alford of Childress, lengrd the law m a suit died HI jTex : Mrs. Ola Belle Slaton of federal court here last Decem jLubbock. and Mrs H. C. Stone- her against Guv. Jack Campbell iman of Kimhell, Neb : three bro-^tty. Gen Boston Witt and thers. Floyd Hunt of Levelland.'^ 01 "^ H. Schmitt, assistant to Tex . Carroll Hunt of ChUdressjWi' 1 and Troy Hunt of Grand Canyon, | L)nel , (; skarda Uom a(lul , '^ l il z '_j fM • « iney for the firms, argued that to Burial will be In Citizens reme- de j ett . or to monllur u .| t . V ibioii tery in Clarendon by Murphy si( , na i s from Uie Amanllo Funeral Home. | tlo|lai WouK1 bt . aKaillst 1C u in in u M i c a 1 i o fi ! mission regulations and SLATON, Tex. (Staff* — Lurjtjve cost-wise, cille FindJey, 47, sister off Mrs.j The stat« argued the firms Lismon Harvey, Muleshoe, died cou j d , non itor the program con- Saturday at Methodist Hospital, tent and delete and insert Mrs. Findley had been a life- advertising time resident of the area. She was the wife of Albert W. Fuid- Moisture In Clovis To Dole In May 37 To Dale In 1965 ... 7 01 Total for May 1964 .77 Hetoid May low (19)3) .12 Recoid May Hi (1941) 12.40 54-Yr Avg For May 2 267 Totol For 1964 12.25 Total Thru May 1964 2.36 MRS, U'CILtE FI.VDLEV ley. SI.W. wd .« — Itis £xcell^iic\ the Most Reve- rvnd James P. Davis, archbishop of Santa Fe. ri^'lit. who the pj-tncipal speaker to>- the Lo\,ih> Dinner which by Our Lady oi (JuaUalupe Claudi, Knda.v. Oth- ITS pictured from left to right are, Rev. Myron Uhl OEM • Manurl Mann, speaker on the program- Jack Cawaseo' ffeni-ral chairman and master of cej*rnonies aad His Ex- celleno. (Staff Photo) 6 POUND MINIMUM S 1.50 COIN OPERATED DRY CLEANING 1500 Thprnron meeting electing El Paso A.vk fti* Attendant for iiilortuatiou Mrs Fuulley is her husband, two Mrs T«d Black, Mrs J O Youag buth <4 Lub- txK'k ; h*r DiOttufr, Mrs. Bob King. Slaton; three listen, Mr*. Bob Herroo «od Mrs. Toby Durrett, both of Lubbock, and Mrs. Harvey, and five ^raodchilidfca. Burial will be ia City of Lub- botk Cemetery under directiop of Santera Fuatral Home. :M|'.>. UtiSWi-.l L ico and Weal Tenas concluded their anuuaJ in Roswell Saturday b> Hilhs M Holcomb' of district governor and next year's convention Fe ui'lting in Santa

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