Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 12, 1965 · Page 6
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 6

Clovis, New Mexico
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Wednesday, May 12, 1965
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.- I* i > Local News Features CtXMS, NEW MEXICO, Wednesday, May 12,1965, Page 6 Clovis Bank Deposits Up $600,000 Over Last Year The three banks of Clovis today reported total deposits of nearly $600,000 more than for the same period in 1964 with total loans increased by nearly $3 million over last year. Clovis National Bank led in total deposits and loans but the First National Bank of Curry County showed the greatest in* crease in loans and deposits. The First National Bank reported an increase of more than $2 million in deposits and an increase of nearly $1,700,000 in loans. Clovis National Bank reported the greatest deposit total of $16,- was April 15 when $17,500,000 in the April 26 bank call, compared ;in increase in loans over t li c opened lor business in Clovis last The deposits was tallied. to $15,146.231.91 at the time of same period in 1%4 with a total July i:! when the charier was crease 902,717.15 - but this Is $597,-]came in." He said the 1964 call|ta1 deposits of $14,235,859.28 as of | The Citizens bank also showed 282.85 under the total for a comparable period in 1964. Loans totaled $10,169,426.27, an increase over last year's $9,263,00 total. Joe Sisler, president of t h e bank, said, "We had an April 26 bank call this year and that's I bank call. deposit The figures, he continued, do; last year's bank call, not reflect a true picture because i of the tax checks hitting the bank! about the time of this year's 372.63 over the April 15, 1964 total, noted W. A. Noffsker, vice This is a decrease of $910,- ,if $!), reported as of the •novi.'d from Melrose. reported April 2R hank call. Last year, total, deposits of $4.4%.775.27 as loans totalled $9,086.954.21 n [ u u , April 26 hank call. I when all the taxpayer's check's | The Citizens Bank reported to- president. This Is an Increase of $232,- i018.90 in loans. The First National Bank, which 1193.337.14. The hank also reported an lain loans. In 1964, loanl otaled $1.538.842.79 while they i mounted to $3.208.352.07 as of he April 26 hank call. This is an increase of $2.103.- ! Loans increased by $1,679,« 13R.13 over the 1984 total of $2,- .109.28. I., Tract Pui For New ! The Clovis School Board Tues- — Approved the IranUer of 'day night authorized the super- $14. (Hi) Irom the social senility se OK d School BONDS PURCHASED — Bids on 51,600,000 bonds for the Clovis Municipal School District were opened at the Administration Building Tuesday with a Chicago firm submitting the winning bid. Left to right are Davenport Beasley, 'assistant superintendent; Ribble Holloman, business manager; Joe Sisler, president of Clovis National Bank; Alvy Smith, school board chairman, and Douglas Ilensloo, Quinn & Co., fiscal agent for the school bond program. Not pictured are Leon Williams and Wallace Loc-kmillr-r and W. D. Gattis, board members, and Vc'rnon Mills, superintendent, who also attended the bid opening session. Dan Hardisty was absent. (Staff Photo) i • Raburn Pleads Insanity FHA Lists 339 Houses For Sale In State Homes Entered inlcndent of schools to exercise and 'the option to purchase a ten-acre meet tract for the construction of a new elementary school in Clovis. Yernon Mills, superintendent, !was authori/.ed to pursue with .plans to purchase the tract on •Norris Street cast of the Jonquil addition which will contain the new elementary school srhedul ' »d for occupancy by September. i 1966. i The- new school is part of a S2 - iiOO.OOO school expansion pro- cram which pot the £o . ahead with voter approval of $2.250.000 in bond? last March. Bella Yi'-ta Elementary SVhfvl is due a 20 - classroom addi!i'*r amo<:nlini: to about $250.000 wit;imitations to bid on the project to be i-^'ied within ten da 1 , s M'lK announced Tuesday bid* on that proiect. will IIP opened June 17. T 1 "-- trad <o bold fhn new sc \}'tn\ i- owned bv JoncMi.l 1'a; \. building heat. the following Iv.xlp needs 'ts to cited the li!i---me<,s manager: .7-'102 port at ion. $6.000 for support sup. Tin' sut'erintendent's salary: plies and services, $6."»00 fol (or social se-.'iiritv. $7 for d«M ti i( ;ty and $1,000 for replace NCS sa!a;v. Inr leans, ment of equipment. i Two Clovisites reported to po. their homes The Federal Housing Adminis-| Statewide, the for-sale list in- 'tration had 339 houses with sale creased by 23 homes and $291,• prices totaling $3,647,650 for sale; 175 in sales prices during April, lice Tuesday that One of the four men who es- in 15 New Mexico communities j Almost all the increase came in had been entered, caped from Curry County jail-at the end of April compared tolRoswell, the state's sorest spot Miss Oma Knuth, 108 Giddinc, in January has been remanded'the preceding month when a to-Jin point of repossessions, where said she returned home Tuesday to the custody of Sheriff Ernest jtal of 316 houses - three in Clo- the number of houses for sale in- night to find a man who was try. 'l . ',-t Garcia pending examination. a psychiat r i c !•• also told the board mem Tuesday tuj^ht that a con K expected to be awarded n (',() days for 1 a 1'J-clas'-rrxirv. ion to Hanch\ale F.lenien School Tins project will James A. Raburn, In a hearing in District Court Tuesday, withdrew his plea of innocent to the charge of escaping from $283,075 to the New Mexico total., the front door. After the man fled from Other sore spots include Farm- S3;iO ooo in federal funds recei -t the approved for Clovis as a federal- vis - were up for sale in 18 creased by 23 in April, adding ing to get her television set out he financed with part of t h « communities. Commenting on the March figures, Roy S. Walker of Clovis, district director for FHA in New Mexico, said "Actually Clovis is ington, where 67 houses are on ™"?' """* ».' H «» the market at $754,650; and cut In the window Grants, where 33 homes worth $335,250 are up for sale. scene, she found a hole had been ly - Impacted area. Mills ex TKACIIKK IIO.VM:I.I> ;i t''arhi r a! Hap. i;\ ,.,. • 1 - vv-i;--- ;, KM-,', i!" r- In other communities, seven! screen and the window had been raised, police reported. I 20 ? Mnln " ' custody, and entered a plea of Jin excellent shape with just three innocent by reason of insanity, [repossessed properties." Walker District Judge E. T. Hensley ;was unavailable for comment to-jhomes are on the block in Artes- one []a() entered h<? _ h (uqe Jr. ordered Raburn held until day on the April listing of hous- ia; Aztec has 14 units for sale; ' ; " the next visit of the psychiat- ! es. Belen and Carlsbad each have rist from the New Mexico State Hospital in Las Vegas. A motion to disqualify Hens- In Albuquerque at the end of taken her purse one; Eunice, Bloomfield and Tuli arosa each have two. Ten are for I April, nine homes with prices} totaling $103.000 were on the mar- sale in Hobbs, Jal has three re-! Public Record ley from hearing the case was 'ket. The FHA inventory here has 'possessions Lovington has 14 quashed during the hearing, increased by two units and $16,-i. ri Tatnm u-. fn .. r but a motion to vacate the set- 000 since the end of March. |3na iaium nas tour ' ting of the trial was taken under advisement. Raburn, who has been held in county jail in lieu of $5,000 bond, contends that his legal rights are being violated in setting the case fur trial. He contends that under the New Mex- Dove Gosney Route 1, medi- ico statute on extradition, he cal must first be tried on the for-; Paul Garrison, Box 625, med- gery charge, on which he was ica! extradited from Texas just pri-; Kelley Carter, 314 E. Ninth, or to the jail break. (medical Hensley will give a ruling on: Rex \arborough, 30o W. the vacating motion at a later Plains, medical j Anna Leavell, Texico, medical Hospital Notes TUESDAY ADMISSION'S dale. ness as Bob Harper Ford Sales. vs. Ray Prescott, on note. Divorces Sherry Lee and Charles Lee Janette Smith and Mar v i n Lee Smith. Karan Ruth Freeman and James Arnold Freeman 19 Licenses Withdrawn In Clovis Area N'inteen drivers licenses ha\e been either revoked or suspended in Clovis and the area according to the, most recent ];>.ts for the Driver Services I)i\i«:<>n of the Motor Vehicle I>e;>a;l- ment. Licenses withdrawn plained The remaining funds will r" toward the other schools in t h c system, he added. The board, including Ahy SmitM. president, and Leon \Vil liariT- Han Hardily, Wallace LoeK.Miiller- and YV D. GattN al <io appn-\ed employnier* nf -<\ en l!e-A teacher's accepted I 1 " re--1.'-, itl'.fis Of two ret!ri!:i: tea; ! •>•' -s and \ oted to re\ :s». a n < •v < >[M! K, vi Ki.-rrien- • ;<fti-r 21 ' . ll'-l met'tllli* Mechanic Training Proqram Started Department Called To 49 Fire Alarms • f ' teacher's hire •o Traylor Wi>e. L'd prad- of rraine\iew A\ M Col lei. 1 " with a n S decree to teach ii: the elemental^ I'rade- M!'- Ovid, r.c P.ilberr flies Ka C,,pe i r -1 Fall Kills Summerfield Woman Clevis Markets i: F(/r driving while intoxi. • Marnev. 20! \V "S" William A. M o r r ; s. c, AFH: Alvord V Monk ro-e: J-Jram Uilley 314 U Cecil J. Miinx. Cannon James (! S.rns. grade M, A Eulalla Dearman, 1302 Connelly, medical J." A. Madole, 413 W. Sixth, medical George A. Trujillo. 202 Jones. medical ; Marion L. Wells, 411 Oak St., HEREFORD, Tex. (Staff) - A surgery Summerfield woman was killed Tuesday afternoon as she f e 1 1 surgery i down a flight of stairs and hit Pamela Silva, 321 W. Ninth,; her head OO a concrete floor. medical I 11 TUESDAY DISMISSALS ! Miss Mable Cannon, 62, 01 Mrs j c Autrey and baby Summerfield, who was living boy Texlco ; with her brother, Harry Cannon ^ j Branaman 3113 La ; and his wife, a half mile south- Fonda • ; Clovis Livestock ri.nvrs .rpi.t SDAI- 17. lovls live-. • nil gi\>* 7S S r s .\,, i i ISO l'*i arj| S* -win 1!) u Mr-- FN'MI •.!! .hi -i' al iM: - W'.!!M V .1 ; M-i'\M! nia'h" Mr. flad'i l'.e!!.l Mi Janell rradu I'or Hi;- •d'K'al'o! Jo An i.'-. I'm • |.-r 111. |.'!,.< ' r-rad! mati< Sue K ,,'c r, Yi-'a K Y«'a e B. M(-r, atf. P. S h School i. 1 r] ii Wan! •".: '.e.-l", P, •h Si-bo.,! P. Lane;..- iute P, S . Tiptnn. 2 -> S . second lemen'arv Lou,- II...! a r. n Mar :! N p! 1 Ti-\ s ( ; i-hu'ii. •ter ('•at' F\> s hi,. I!- -. h'. !.! I!:: 1 Mav, •• In cluing r who \:. ii Jackie E. Wells, 411 Oak St. New York Stocks Am Air, T4- ! i,!t'• A m 'l'i >t) ,'i'» -•.* A .! Oli 7; !a A 7ri •. i'1-..-ni FJT.'. J , up . "'i off l.If - \ Off 'l . off , . 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She found Miss Cannon; on the basement floor J Arrapgements are pending with the GAHaud Funeral Home. To Mf *»* $50 nd Mrs Jackie D w J3 h Qn the birth weighmg six pounds f m and 12 and a half ounces at 9:01 99* am. in Memorial Hospital. Woodberry. 19, of Cio- To Mr and Mrs J F. Donagle vii is i» county jail in lieu of $50 1005 W Manana. on tne birth )NMd OS • charge of larceny of a daughter weighing seven tb0ft. pounds and ten ounces at 10:51 Woodberry pleaded innocent p in in Memorial Hospital. before police magistrate Sam N. j Uarriaa* LJeMCM • Uw-ii of Texico to the charge G %*S*t£!,. IS*™ COT. •ad Wstewiag was set for 10 Map Alexande >. 50. both of AmarUlo Urt «fld i»M Woodberrv is an aid F. bu*J- Jr.P.Mi M«'i I,! 'i jp 2 Kenr.trf. iir ll.t u;» 2 K.'I! MrC ', . -, nil \ L<..>I;AM 41'. off '-. M M M til' . ,ff : , M-.n! W«r,l r . ••!• -, :.' Y (Vl:l > .;. . N.I Am A'. 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P'n'aV-, a i:d Robert J Brooks, Canr.nn AFP, For failure to compiv \\ i t h re-examination and inte:-\ie'A directive: Charles I). P.iadiev ;»13 Catliy; Joe B Wheeler. (Ramsey Hotel, and Douglas : Mitchell. HOB SheMon. i As result of ar, ir.U-r v i e \s: (Calvin L. Feland. Floyd. Clovisites Drawn For Petit Jury Names of ten Cl<n!^ resident-, were drawn from tiie J u r \ Wheel to constitute the Petit Jury for the April term of t h e District Court for the N i n t h Judicial District. Those named to the jury are Mrs. Dave Caleb Kinie Mr> William F,. Jones. Janus L Sutton. Mrs Darrel] I) Fanner Charlie E. Fish, Gale Bil- HEREFORD, Te\ (Staft. - lington Fred MoFarland, Char- The county commissioners of les. E Mauldin 111. Fred J.'Deaf Smith County have agreed Steig and Mrs. Larry Doyle to employ a part-time secietary Rierson. tor J C Reese, ttittn District pro- Lilyan Anthony, clerk of the bation ofticer. i district court, said the>e names The county's board of equali- • would be added to those ahead) 'atiun meeting bus been set for drav.n Iw petit juiy duty. June lt> at 10 a m. Clevis Man Re-E!ected !•> the i r Three Fined t,:,e ' Wen.:i. t a;>. ear p,! •-;«• Tu '; I i T! ( uei e ( Far',•, Puwe!! fnr in M rd .! -,- I •ro ly .•s It. Tex , also nit W. tar [ill- To Classify P.nth I'. 1 ' •I'i'i' eciatl I.... 1 , id Tin- board a:'rf-ed to research board nieetiHL' iiiiriutes over the pa-t d\e years and after com[/I .itiui! bv the aiiiinnisU ati'.'i e>tab!i<i'.ed a new sclio'i] boaid PO'.M \ marine! In other action the iKianl Apprmed April bills \\\<- ar IP. its fund report and Tiie cafe teria tund report Heard a rejiort from Davon- oort Beasley on the federal as- •istanee programs offered Clo \is scbols Hereford Officer To Get HEREFORD, Cannon AFB Cc'one! To Sfienh To Fcd^rnt?on HI i i ,:::s 1 ! . 1 t' A. Uielong resi'it nt K and wa;- a \\ar 11 b P M. i ifiM APARTT.JENT. -.1 in.-! rvtr.M-.j The pu BI( V( Li: STOLEN Mrs Hubert E. Humphrey W* West repurted a stolen UK\ cle Tuesday. Mi, M, hah tn othcl s CY'! Fa-:--! ' .) 1 hdar. an 1 I'! "K h

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