Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 13, 1965 · Page 9
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 9

Clovis, New Mexico
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
Page 9
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{Ghosts Swish Through His Island Prison CLOVIS NRWS40WWA1U NEW YORK (UPt)-Only the ghosts of a vital era of Ameri- the and noise and tears and laughter lost to history. , The crunch of a lone care- red | taker's footstep is the only liv- The "Elslip on the island. I groaning of the ferry boat. Ills Island" rotting in a ca's history swish through Hense weeds and deserted irick buildings on key-shaped fcllis Island in New York Har- jor. An iron baby crib stands Starkly amid chunks of plaster rm the worn floor of the cavernous, dust covered registry hall. The tile - walled dormitories lhat once served as teeming . liiartcrs for nationals of dozens I the cold, institlional but re f countries, their more than 48!vered gateway through which ifferent languages mingled in more than 16 million persons cacophony of sound and song, entered America between 1892 emptily now, the smells'and 1954. ionce filled by steamers, their holds bulging with human car go, occasionally breaks the sea swept air. This is Ellis Island today- LEGAL NOTICE 1 Civil Rights: HHH's Biggest Challe WASHINGTON (UP!) — Vice learning. That means really get-j The formef Senate Cefno-] dozens of tofoffflal spectres ind President Hubert H. Humphrey, ting to know about our great'cratlc whip will have been in visited 18 states and Puerto Ri- like most men pushing 54/jpower and all the problems in-,office as President Johnson's tin-co. pinched his waistline before or-'volved in the world's trouble derstudy four months on May dering the creamed chicken spots. It means in-depth knowt- 20. To date as vice president The pace is not too much faster than that which he knew dur and confided: | e dge of what 1 perhaps kn ew he has traveled more than 30,0(Xmng his 16 years in the Senate. "1 like my job — and I'm somewhat superficially before.";miles, delivered 60 formal andiThe difference is in the scope 5 lo. 13 .RGAL 67 MAY 13, 1065 barter No. 8397 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CUURY COUNTY, CLOVIS IN THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON APRIL 26,1965 PUBLISHED IN RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, UNDER SECTION 5211, U.S. REVISED STATUTES ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection 746,565.37 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed (Net of any reserves) .... 864,906.99 3. Obligations of States ami political subdivisions (Net of any reserves> 20.00000 Loans and discounts (Net of any reserves^ 3.208.352.07 Fixed assets 317.133.15 Other assets 1R«77ftf TOTAL ASSETS 5.175,635.21 L I A B 1 L I T I E S Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2.272,549.00 Time and savings deposits of individuals. partnerships, and corporations 1.431.482 57 Deposits of United States Government 10.499.9*5 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 772,70534 Certified and officers' checks, etc 9,448.40 TOTAL DEPOSITS $l.49fi 775 27 (a^ Total demand deposits $2.654.892.70 (b 1 ! Total time and savings deposits $1,841.882 57 TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Common stock — par value per share $10.00 No. shares authorized 25,000 No. shares outstanding 25,000 Total Par Value 250 000 00 '.'7 Surplus 250.000.00 '.'^ Undivided profits 178.R.W94 no TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOrNTS f.78 859 94 ::! TOTAL LIAB1LIT1KS AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 5.175,635.21 I H:i2h !, Lackey, Cashier of thr above-named bank do hereby <!'•<-!are. that th:s report «( condition is true and correct to the best '•: my knowledge and belief. HUGH L. LACKEY We. the undersigned director-* attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it h.'is been examined by us and ui the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct JSMES A. TU'RRAV .1R. \ ^ GORDON KIT7HUGH ) Director! ] D. M SHROULS \ ' * ' 4.1%,V73.27 FIKST QUALITY 27"x'»7" H1K1JSKVI DIAPERS $1.59 IKV HEN'S SHOUT SLEfcVK Siw* K-M-L Sport SHIRTS ' ^V SKAMLESS Boys' Cotton Knit SHIRTS^ 1 * \VhiU- Cotton STITCHU) and intensity of Ms Cfsfpffienti, filgg&f Cftifteflfe What has bwrt his biggest challenge? "Civil figfcis *• carrying out £affiphfliy the provisions 6f Bights Act of 1964,' he said. CivB GOOD/YEAH SAVEI SAVEI SAVEI SAVEI itiMtr _ wMl OMnwflffdP _______ both in* f ed«t! clvfl rl ? anti-poverty pfn fote the Kfinnesotan too CflKOR ADS EXTRA SAVINGS G-EAOTOIAT1C WASHER \N! DISHWASHER fiw "fa MOMS sroond on my raflta( asters -A-Ro band riming MOOQ. SPM8A Model WT 3430 COLOR H •^rfOHt COOtTOV if Color sbbOiar $3.75 -PER WEEK 21 INCH TV CONSOLE G-E ELECTRIC DRYER QQ95 WOELOAllO G-E REFRIGERATOR Model CA10 * Swivel to •£• Electronic $2.50 ssooa 719 W934 UCHTWETCHT PORTABLE TV FREEUNC TWAL $2.25 AWEEI * Weighs only 12 to. ^Indute piMl •arphoM ^ Up front controls MKL MU2 m Dorr FORGET NO MONEY DOWN, UP TO II MOUTHS TOMT m SAVE AT UVINES MEN'S FIRST QrAUTYI ITU, BED 8IZK \VJUTK COTTON Jfe ^ P CIIHM1XE < WOUK KOX O§ SI'UK A US « bl/tS 10-13 Si w • WASH ABU. SAVi AT UVINCS ACETATE »ANTIE& ctww K a i" *Tia*r^T d*O" i WHITE [f PASTKLS SAVI AT UVlNfS 40" WIPE COTTON iLNBLtACH- J III SUN |t FOB HAN 1 USES SAVE AT IEVINES Boys' Frult-of-Loom 'PLAV SHOUTS SAVI AT UVINES I HEN'S Ut QIAUTV S111K1>» WUJTE COTTON SIZES LEVINE'S SBQ? SALE MEKCHANDISE Tit 8 TONIGHT 100 LB. ROAST TO BE COOKED AND SERVED FRIDAY Come in and see us cook and htlp us tot, this big 100 Ib. Roost coofctd on a Tap* pan Range, to dtmonitrate tht ftot quality of cooking on 9 Tappan lUwfi* GOODYEAR 1103 Main Ctovb, N»w Mnke Pbeae 7U4121

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