Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 13, 1965 · Page 12
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May 13, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 12

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thm. May 18, —s^i-i—-•— •- • ..... ,,".1—ijii ,.._. Blrchers ABILENE, fex, (UP!)-About >0 college students demonstrat- «\ Tuesday nigM against the John fiifch Swstety and its 'minder Kobett Welch, who flade an afjpearafice at the Windsor Hotel. The students, who called ^.themselves members of the Tri* College Association, carried placards which read "Against 3treh smear tactics," "Yes, we ire anti-Communist, but not , mti'American," "First inquisi ions, then witch trials, now •-Jirch," and "Hitler hated Communists, too." The students demonstrated for Saigon Returnee Finds Space * if if if Foreign News Commentary BY PI11L NEWSUM Ul'l Analyst Elusive Sentenced To Life ftOSWELL (UPD- A 27-year told Roswell man was sentenced (to the state prison for 5-15 years Tuesday by Dist. Judge George L. Reese, Jr., on char- ibout an hour. 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