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mi,* -Local News Features CLOV1S, NEW MEXICO, Thursday, May 13, 1065, Page 6 Crash Kills Driver ALAMOGORDO big cement truck (UPI) went out of control and crashed Wednesday near Alamogordo, driver. killing the State Police identified the driver as Alien A. Brooks, about 40, of Cloudcroft. They said Brooks was driving a five-ton readymix concrete truck down a steep grade on Farmers Ask Grazing Be Extended In State Curry, Roosevelt, Quay and DeBaca counties are among 11 counties in the state seeking extension of the program to graze livestock on retired land. If the extension is granted it Sandoval, Sierra, Torrance and Union. The livestock feed program ends May 31 in 22 counties including Taos, Socorro, Santa Fe, San Miguel, San Juan, Rio Arri- would be the third extension ofjba, Mora and Colfax,'which did the program this year, a spokesman for the local Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation office said. The State Agriculture Disaster not seek an extension. The other counties seeking extension of grazing livestock on retired land are Harding. Lea. Sandoval. Santa Pe, Torrence, Committee has asked Agricul-jUnion and Valencia. The graz- ture Secretary Orville Freeman ling program ends May 31 in the to extend until June 30 feed and 111 counties and Socorro County *™"'"" in 17 Newj which asked for an extension plagued by, Paul Woofter, Socorro. state The -request also goes to Gov. chairman of the Agriculture Sta- Jack Campbell who must concur in the recommendation. nit * * .. ., * ' -• — - **i**i\*ta A iwn ic ,/AU" ~ «. " * w **»«« i<ii<jn , The 14 counties seeking exten- ministration director and Dr a PP llcat >on to hiring of the han- !™ 15''^ st °l'^ director coin. Otero. Quay"' Roosevelt, disaster" committee. of the State! are on the 1 FBI School Slated For Police PORTALES — Academic Investigation, today an- co University recently. nounced the scheduling of a police training school for the Police Department here. The school was requested by Chief of Police Lawrence __ ' . .-,. , ' .„,.,., . ,- Io> Dazing programs in 17 N e w| which asked for an extension and Cloudcroft when the brakes i Mexico counties ' - - i - --- txiension. apparently failed. The truck drouth conditions, crashed into an embankment and flipped once end-over-end. Police said Brooks was thrown from the loaded concrete truck. The vehicle landed on its wheels at the edge of a 500-foot-deep canyon. Tucumcarian Named To Commission SANTA FE (UPI)- Lawrence B. Ingram of Tucumcari has been named to the State Park and Recreation Commission by Gov. Jack M. Campbell to replace John A. Elliott who resigned from the commission to become State Parks Superintendent. _ In a separate appointment, the governor named G. C. Lyman of Albuquerque to the governor's advisory committee on minerals development. In gram is a Tucumcari businessman and former administrative assistant to U.S. Rep. Thomas G. Morris. D-N.M. His term will expire Jan. 1, 1967. Other members of the Park Commission are John L. Gray, Deming; William H. Carr, Ft. Sumner; Grady Coan, Aztec; Clarence L. Forsling, Albuquerque; Jacob D. Martinez. Pecos and T. B. White, chief state highway engineer. Man Pleads Innocent To Escape Count A Clovis man, charged with ' ^escaping from the custody pf the sheriff, entered a plea of in- her home after a police search of raignment before Judge E. T. Hensley Jr. hi District Court Wednesday. Jeronimo "Jerry" Perea, 20, Governor Meet Plans For 200 C I LAS CRUCES (UPI)- Some 200 persons from across New Mexico are expected at a Spring meeting of the Governor's Committee on Employment Friday. Paul T. Davidson, committee executive secretary, said Dr G Roy Fugal, chairman of t h i«? President's Committee on Em-l?, 6 * at " Preliminary hearing ployment of the HandicanDed !Wednesday testified they saw in New York, will speak S"'" 1 fafa11 " *~* ^^ In Fatal Bar Shooting By MARY JO LOVELL Staff Writer A Clovis man was bound over to District Court on charges of „ t ^ first ' de g re e * 4 n after witnes- fatally shoot another Clovis luncheon ' ~ r ~~" "" " man at a local tavern April 28. Charles T. Williams, 34, 109 bilization and Conservation Com-i j.^f 0 ^ ? il ?.°« state Personnel'Connelly, entered a plea of inno- -. , mittee; Drew Cloud, Albuquer-i rector of Santa F e. will ex- j cent to the charge of killing Jes- qtie. state Farmers'Home Ad- plain state Practices and their ! se (T-Bone) Hughes. 32. 516 W. to Linda be pre- Eastwood Second in the Commanche Bar, 220 W. First. Called other .38-caliber pistol by Officer Cohee, which, Cohee testified, was given him by Robert Johnson. Cohee testified that Williams said, "Ya, that's the gun I shot him with." Bill Bellinger, police detective, testified that Williams had come| before they get me," Williams to the police station about 12:10 that morning, wanting to talk. "He told me he was 'fixing to said. BolliriRer said Williams s a 1 d he was having some trouble with kill a man' Bolllnger said. When!Hughes, and that Hughes and the asked who he was referring toJMcGuire woman had "pulled a Williams replied that he meant (gun on me, so I went and got T-Bone. "I'm going to kill him:mine." 'hearing ns witnesses before Justice at of the t h e Eastern Students Get Annual Awards _____ Anthony, and to other persons. (Peace A. C. Olona in Ninth His- District 4 meeting, Sunday, in Registration will begin at 10:30 trict Courtroom, were Sgt. Roy Clovis. (a.m. Sunday at the American Waklen and Officer David Cohee,! The district consists of Por-j I<o«ion Half, with coffee being both Clovis policemen: Johnny 1 tales. Tucumcari, Logan, Elida, served. Washington, bartender at the ta'-Fort Sumner, Melrose and Clovern: Wilbur Williams, a cus-: v ' s - tomer at the bar at the time of! The meeting will draw post the shooting, and Set. Bill Bollin- j rP P reRontalives fl s well as unit American Legion Sets District Meet In Clovis Thieves Hit Three Houses The American Legion and Legion Auxiliary will conduct Auxiliary will hold their joint meetings for the women. the Clovis police detective. representatives. District 4 Commander King T-. _ ., _. -. , Karlon Blythe. Roswell. was P-'" Williams had also been in .' Gai1 ? nan " on . dean of aca- $ vm the Phi Gamma Nu Koy."arlicr. but was not there when aemic allairs, Dr. Gary Ander-!f or highest graduating woman-Hughes arrived, he said. i son, dean of students, and heads. and received the National Biisi-j When Williams came back he of schools, colleges, and depart- ness Education and Nation.-) ! Luncheon will follow at Home Cafe, at 12 30 p m. | Both joint and separate mot- ines will be held during the afternoon at the Lepion Hall. Department president. Mrs Milne, AlamoRordo will featured speaker for the meeting. Rhodes and will be held in Clo-L° Uts . andin ?. freshman students Education award. vis on next Wednesday and Thursday. The school is a type and will include material querque, zoology; Douglas Black, 1 1 AS- said, the three began arguing, sociation for Business Teacher 1 Washington testified that Hughes recognized as follows: Janice Baker, Albuquerque, specialized botany; Gloria Maestas, on the crimes. investigation of The school will be held at sex'Portales. chemistrv; Mary Harris Clovis Jerrv Roeers Jerrv *, • Sadberrvand Ubbv Whitworth ^ Prlt * " Vllltworth - indents in ,.. ....„.,.. kept repeating, "You're rcallv m various areas of study were) David Mot]er PortalcSi was 5oinK to navo (o pav mp nr ^ given a $100 scholarship award leave town," to which Williams Scholarships of $250 each were repeated asked "U'hat do I owe i. you for?" and Willis Kilpatrick, Ca- I'nder cross - examination by o i Williams' attorney. Doe Blythe. awards for outstanding Washington testified that during education went to the argument he saw a d.irk- Charlotte Wheeler. Portales. ele- handled gun in the pants pocket mentarv; and Donald Bailey. "Lois was holding T-Rone's richt itesia French- Jovce Wise Pam /^'^ll, socondar >' Raymond hand, which was in his pocket !:« S ^ re ^.l.°\ C ,»:,,:!!: .?!!?• "a'rd. Clayton, was recognized and several times T-Iione tried ; the outstanding student in un- to null his h;md out " •rcraduate psychology \ Washington said that after ment agencies, in Clovis and theTu~"Spanish" C^TantirTcass^ F1 °V duMtcA j| st "- F J°V<i l - w a s askinc thp trio (wico to • knork .. ' , . a Hd"«"»- ^on.Mdnun Lassa- narnpr i nps t a -around student n u off " Willinms left thrm,«h «),„ l nivorsit surrounding area to attend this.oakis Athens, Greece, physics; .^culture and Ronald Rass , Q ™~ ^ ±™ 0 ^ fl ™ l nr n K^n.r school. The instructor will be ^ Bllly Bordcn ' Clovis - a S"' — ' -" ' ' * ™ "™ bdr t0 Clovis Woman Seeks ^LJ V% V% • • * YR POSITIOll Three Clovisitrs reported stolen articles 1o police Wednesday A set (if weights weighing abmit 70 pounds was reported stolen from the residence of IVnc Woolscy. 721 W. 21st Apt. 3'.l. C. E. Worrell, 1020 Pile, reported two trash containers stolen from his home Ralph Wayntt. 913 Ix>c\ist. rc- four stolen hubcaps. R P Mrs. Nancy King, vice Presi- YR National Committwwom.in dent of the Curry County Young froiii New Mexico when the Republican Club, has announced New Mexico Young Republicans that she will seek the position of meet for their State Convention UfKNSK Lf»ST Mom-acla. 2'V, S a lost polic , ...... I—-'*„•. Pamela Sue Ramsey Ar- partment will attend. Chief Rhodes is inviting of- pa ' Tex - German : William Arm- ficers from other law enforce-1 Barbara — . ........ ..... " ........ Eastern Names Greeks PORTALES (TIM) - A Carls bad freshm.-in art! a jnni'>r (rorn Levclland. Tex ticcn named flrcck ('i-x 1'iO'i a! Eastern .Now Mexico May 14, 15. and ]6. in que Mrs Kinc dent in 111(12 Yuii!v..: Hepu he.-n ac-tive wns- Oinrler Pre«j. nj t!;e Quay Count*. iilK a n C'uh am! h.is m the YR or^arii?.a- Meets Today Ci: h a v r FBI Special Agent from the Of- Other academic awards fice in Albuquerque. |ed the Student Achievement inamed Ollts t a ndin g crad Stanj Bt ..Hont from the techmcnl Itute. Technical institutf was •Award in Finance to R. Public Record students mention «•*>?•(• P.iMgninc: over acMv,ties thr^u ri i ui.i l>e S.'indv member of Alpha roritv and T J !ii:t N:i fraternitv Hospital Notes WEDNESDAY ADMISSIONS 220 Herb, was remanded to the tales medical custody of the sheriff in lieu of Dan Lewis, $1,000 bond. His trial has been set for June 3. Also arraigned in District Court was Amah'a "Molly" Rael, 22. 809 Cameo, charged with concealing persons knowing they had committed a felony. The Rael woman, who also en- Timothy Cooper Burg, 2900 Smith, on note. John E. Wright, doing busi- Por- ness as Johnnie's Sheet Metal i Works vs. Robert Dimond, sur . account with garnishment. gery i Traffic Accidents Annie Miller. St. Vrain, med- | Thomas and West Grand, Pete .. .. . _ . . if- A'ircs. 16. Grand Avenue'Yoresh. Far Rockawav, N Y.. for „. rnn Mettenet, Portales,;Homes. Apt 56. $80 damage; Le-ihis performance in "A Streetcar ™- i *™ T.T », ' r ° y Grecn ' 51 - 1924 W. Grand, $20 Vamed Desire." and best actress Ricks, 309 W. Man- damage. was Judy Wilmeth. Portales. for receiving special Tom Doom and both of Albuquerque; Jim I.aux. Portales; and I.onnie Sultimeier. Corona. School of Speech and Drama awards went to outstanding per- on formers in university theatre pre- h;ir sentations during the academic year Named best actor was David and vo' l( -> for: Margaret medical David D ana, medical Helen Bingham, tered a plea of innocent, was ar- Ranch, medical Retirement !nWI!HI!t!W!!n»'!"!iflfjj!ijUHp Billie A. Blach Route 1, med- rested when Perea and Joe Selgado, charged with aiding and ical abetting a felon .were located at Janice Ainsworth, 1216 Cal- mx-ent to the charge at his ar- houn. surgery about two weeks, j R,,by y. Ryan. 100 Zia Place. She was released from countv lail under $1,000 bond, trial is scheduled. Clovis Markets Clovis Livestock Too Late To Classify 1.AROK ! \KI I'M - I.-.(.I.ll'f.l f.-::.-|.,l IJnn.-il T « If «>M I- I'll 'I - •'•: ..... • 1 I;M. .'•': - ll I NF! Uchi- 1 ^.i:.iK'' HM.-;HEI> « ! -, .)<-. uiji 17 RtN'l : '.' piumtwd lor •tovv. Mile nortn 40UOH) lUOHIVE KIPAIR medical A Juno .'! Frances D Hrowdon, 601 W i Yucca, medical Charles Sluder. 400 Starlight/ medical Senfarosa M. Moya. f.12 W. Sixth, medir-al Brenda K Corre'.l, 129 E. Pla- xa medical Levelle Lewelling. Los Vegas medical Annie Zamora, 400 Edwards. surgery Lea Norris Chumbley, 1300 r,-'H)oun, medical Pearl Murry. Bocina, Texas Thc'lma Gossett, Portales. sur, <*erv Paul C. Burrus Olton Tex . medical Sammie K Wright, 912 Kathie SUi'nnrv • WEDNESDAY DISMISSALS Mary Blann Tucumcari Rov Cater Portales Waren Cottle. 1308 Ross Mrs Lewis Grine and baby 3irl. 30fi Thornton Louise Hall. 320 Hall Ila Mae Houston 712 Hickory C. H Lee, 409 W. Manana I-evelle Lewellintf. Las Veeas Mrs Robert Maes and baby mri c A H. No r,o V, W Rauiif. Tevico Mrs .lackif TfMt.l and bribv bov II 1 *, \W,t K'.th .Ijcku- Wells III 0:jk Mai-ion Wells 411 dak Morrioa* Lice«^e< Isabel A Velasque/ 23 Hereford. Tex , and Eulalia R Horres 17. Clovis. Pablo Rodriquez Jr . 19 and Oralia Villarreal, 17. both of Hereford. Tex SiiiH Fita* Fu-st National Bank of Curry County vs G. A. OJsfifl, Eety L Olsou 3Ad Cutlibert F. M,i nil New fork Stocks came minutes later." and went behind the bar "He ' Williams i said 'to Hughes i 'You've been doing me wront 1 .,,,., ; ' i! 'lav.' and then shot him " Ronald Haid. Washington said after the second *•!'<>( was fired. Hiu'hes grabbed his stomach. Then he turned to call the police Wilbur Williams testified that when Charles Williams left the he saw Lois McGuire take the pun. previously seen by Washington, out of Hughes' pocket When Charles Williams back into the bar. "he pointed the gun at T-Bone and just shot it -- that was all " Wilbur testified that Hughes charged toward Charles, who fired aL'ain Wilbur said Hughes fell toward the bar onto the floor "Then. Charles reached over the bar and shot three more times " Wilbur continued. "Then Lois ran towards Charles and shot twice." oin-e in the bar. the .se<-- oinl time in the package More S-Jt Ray Walden testified that whrn he arrived on the scene Wa-hington uho was standing out.Mde. said. ' There's a dead man inside " Williams, who was commp out the door. said. "Yes. I MM shot T Hone " Waldcn stated Washington. Walden .stated, gave him one gun, a .38-calibor Avenue C pistol, which was later identified as the one fired by the McGuire woman He was also given an- C.rerk We^k this weekend O'Clicskv. a Delta !'! <,<>- tion since that time Mi«;s IVitir Tr.'iJnor. Curry County Youn^' Republican Qiieer. is seekinj- the Mi.s^ YR i>( New Mexico titif at the conventM-i Tlio winner will compete in t'.- nation;)! convenlinn in .Mian;! Beach in J'.iriP '• "'' "r:iii, J I! M : A of ch'i«or. ami s'>- fraternity ;.-, and anrK'unrpf! ;;• !;-,(• (Jreck Week assemiiiy earlier tins week. Bank Slates Open House At Portales her ro)p jn thp snmp p roduf>t ion Rest suriportinu actor and Alpha Psi Omeea member of the v>ar was Ken Prown. Taihan H»-«t supporting actress wa« Peg"v Conner. Roswell. for her role in "Miracle ^Yorker " Honored as outstanding mem- HIT nf Alpha Phi Omopa. men's -t'!-\ii-c (ir.Ljani/ation, was Ruh- urd Smith ol IJi'cvillp, Tc\. Home econrimics awards in- ••liid(-d the Wnile\ Milk "M.iko It Yoursi-tf With Wool" prant of ^l(jf) to Tana Hardin Barnes of I'ortaU'S. An ,'mard of SUM) went to Nancy Haisten. f'lavton ! Named the outstanding student in home economics and given a silver bowl hv the 1'mversity C'uh Chapter of the American Home Economic Association was Jimmie Ga>le Davis. For-: tales The Beverly Jean Parkhill Me i •noriul Award to an outstanding freshman in home economics . went to Linda Betts. Milnesand IN from fijrrv County mi !:uli» Mr and Mrs I);iic King. 1 tijw a;, m» l.esrd. \<K .tl pr*'t|(Ji'nt. Mis-s Dottic Tr.-unor. Mr an! Mr^ Rulmrd Chfn»-y. Di»n.i!d K Mc.Mavy. Mrs Melvin liurnv Mr and Mr-. Flmer U!:ite. and State Rep lfo\t l'att:«on. Keynote speaker will be Tun Van Sickle of Kansas uh<> u candidate (or national YR chairman. Other speakers ws'.l include Cliff White of Washinctnn. U C . National Director of the Miller Committee, and Governor Torn Hancock of Montana A! b*-rt Mitchell, former New M.-T ico National Committwman and •- an.! N t' the n I,C:\?,\IP T.d.i .if. !' at I,. Alamogordo Hosts State Convention A!.\\!(».;<iHf>(, A'.,. PORTALF.S (Staffi — The First National Bank of Portales former Senator F.d Mechem will stage on Open House Sun- Hr Jack Redman will bo • dav from 1 30 to 5 30 p m . an- .'n.iim-ed C J Foster, president on the workshop panels The bank has a new building and has a large customer pa\cd r>;jrkir:i.' lot to take cnre of ^2 n<. - he said The new biiildini' a> fi ">(«) square feet of oflice p.n "• where the old building Jo- ati-d at 101 W Set ond was o[>er tiiii' with less than 'MM square ii-! of office space. Foster riot d Tiu' bank is equipped to take an- of all types of banking pro- cdurcs. he said. H. Curry County has |H>|*-S of pening the next , , State Convention to be held in ''('., Clo\i> T!HI..,. that attend the cor- venli.ui will give a full report j,,», ncvt Ttn-sdav night at the club's \,.. k regular monthly meeting \.-.,r M. The new bank is located on the corner of Second Avenue and DEATHS C,uad;diipe with 1: Woman Hurt receive a tuition scho- Area bankers are having their fiiM look al the new hank Saturday afternoon, Foster said. "All people from Clovis and Curry County are invited to attend the Open House Sunday," he added INFANT BACA The infant son of Mr and Mrs Nick Baca. Route 3. Cli»- vis. died this morning at Memorial Hospital. Graveside services will bo held at 1 p m Friday at the Mission Gardens Cemetery under the direction of Steeds Fun- I.ania eral Home thers. Mvr in Missimi flartlen lie had Ix-en a lifelong re«uifp' of H«T«'ford and wa' a veteran of World War II \\i (Jon/ales is survived hv thre children R.iv Yo'ando and «!! of Clo\is tno bro Florencia (imi/jles of ;. t,.' up ' s U.IS. up IShe will ! la " h ! p - T „ „ n .. ! A two-car collision ! Klsie Jane Parnell. Ru.doso an(J M , e Wednesda I Downs, was named the outstand- st , nt a c , ov , s woman • jing senior m home ecenormcs jj os j ta j jaud given a silver trivet. : The James Compton Memorial Award in History was given Richard W. Bradfute, Moriarty. at Second afternoon Memoria , Two-Car Crash Survivors tx'Side the parents Herelard and Ravrn uul (',»]•,include six brotlK>rs. Nick -)r ?al»-s c»f Ciuvi,, two half-fit..ttw Ralph. Vincent. Sammy. F'au! ers Cecil riidarn atu! Faust.n<> and Wilford; five sisters. Mar- I'liclarn Ixilh of Hereford and a M M t.i .r,' Wa:i) IVnnf !•- I' Cattle Shipped In March Mar- I'lidarn Kathy. Felicity. Palsy and siller. ! Dorothy: " and grandparents Flo\d Mrs Margarita Baca of Clovis A Clovis man was taken to Me- and Mr and Mrs. Rafael Garcia Rosie Lee Washington. Grand morial Hospital Wednesday fol- of Las Vegas Avenue Homes, the reported dri lowing a twcwcar accident at MISS MABLE CANNON' ver of one auto involved, was Prince and Brady. '. HEREFORD Tex (Staff* — 'reated and released at the ho.s C T. Lary. 54. Route 3. who Funeral'Bervices for Miss Mable pltal reportedly was the driver of one Cannon 61 of the SummerfiHd I ohce said she was traveling of the vehicles was x-raved and t ommunitv were to be held to- west on Second and a 1954 mode! released. Maria Jhu-u-ca i LAS yuto driven by Gerald W Gro «orv, 27, 912 Davis was headed south on M.ipie aulos collided Wei e over \'.J I:.,. I! I Id f.ti uiiv l.fc-", Cf» 35 . >'i» • ii^ - off <4 £ MTU- The Crop and Livv- lo.l, s,',w.-e f. pulled a tolal ill .!*> .".irl In-.id ol »allle hipped mil ol the stair (I Man h lor d H.UJU uicn-ube Mai ili ol la.-,! year A total of 94.889 heud of cattle were shipped out ol t h e LAS CRl CES ^tate during the first three ments of sheep months of the year for a large Mexico in April -2000 head increase for mac..t head, an increav when tin- two Sheep Shipments Up In State _, The other vehicle involved was dnvt ' n h >' liHHV r SackH. f/.. Route :{, oftu-eis n-portc-il Both autos ic-ct-ivwl $1WJ <1 T P1>- Ship- out of New tt.taled 18,120 of more than Dow St. ai. 4 U |i up ...iitl. '^2.000 head increa!»e for a corn- 5 000 over the same moo& parable period laM year 19W New Mexico cattlemen sent .Shipments of sheep into the ilU.lT'j head to Texas during state totaled 5,2'9 head in April j March with Colorado lollowmg com pared with 4.857 in Ami] of at 5,490 head. i j%4. Moisture In Clovis To Dole In May 71 To Oat* In 196$ .... 2.35 Total for May 1964 .77 Record May Low (1913) .13 »«tord May Hi I194D 13.40 54-Yr Avg Fw May 3-3*7 refaJ F«f 1964 13.3$ Told Th/g May 1964 |.M c dav at the Gililland Funeral Home, with burial in West Park Cemetery ML-.S Cannon who bad lived in the Sninmi'Hti'ltl t'mumuiot> MIHc JW7. died Ttiesda\ Jpn.il eiilly after lallm;.', do\ui a flight of stairs. She lived wilh a brother. Hat rv Cannon, and his wife JOHN .1 I.AMNT.H \M CH1LDRFSS. Tex '.stait> Funeral strvices lor John Jamc.s Lanin^ham. 56 of Children wi;o ter I>aningtiam of Tucumcari were to be held todav at 2 10 p m in the Teel HapttM Church with the Hev Calvin Nevils of the Calvai\ Baptist ('nun h of \ ei nun oitK iatiiii ! hulia! \\.f-. lii In- in || ; ,' C|,.t dl e\v ('eluetel S Ml I .iiliii-'h., -,| died \\'edne>d.4\ inoiinn ,,, ), : Ainai'illo \elei,uiv Ho pii.,1 Suiviviiis include hi-, vuli- Ft!. el a son I.MID o| Ainaiill.- daughters Mr-, Marv \\ alk*-r ol JOE CONZALES Ainanllo and Miss Polly Rosary has been set for 7 30 ham of (,'hildress: a p in. today at the Sherwood Me- Dean Johnson of Charlotte N <; aioriaJ Chapel lor Mr. Joe Con- MMCI> Mrs Flora Tavlor 01 zales. JW, of Hereford, Tex , who Santa Rosa. Mis Oleta Flemuu died Tuesday night in tJie Am- ol Torruiice Calil ;nid Mi«." wiJiQ Veterans Hospital Blanche Wood uf fijhfi^tui, 1 Funeral m*s* has been st* for Cjhi and a broth< r Carl o 1 9 *.a. Friday at our Lady ol .\u«Uxc>im, Calif.

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