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

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Local News Features CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, Ffiday, May 14, 1065, Page 6 Operating expenditures at Cannon AFB totaled $19.2 mil. lion during fiscal 1964 - an increase of $2 million over the preceding year, The figures, provided by the base finance office, include $1 million for the civilian payroll and $12 million for the military payroll during the year, The payroll includes a total of $3,700 military personnel and 330 civilian workers base officials explained. They added that an estimated 5,700 military dependents reside at the base with 1,500 living off base. And the total of mllitary*con. nected personnel numbers 11,500 $19.2 Million In 1964 they added. An estimated $198,000 was paid out for electricity during fiscal 1964 while payments for gas amounted to about $106,000. An estimated $26,000 went for garbage disposal. This amounts to an estimated $328,000 in expenditures for utilities. Military construction projects programmed at Cannon during 1965 and 1966 total $1,823,000. Projects which represent a portion of the planned expansion for the next fiscal year include: Aircraft pavement $689,000. Aircraft washrack $125 000 Flight simulator training'build- ing $273,000. r Thieves Hit Residences Three clovisites reported ar. tides totaling $254 in value stolen from their residences. Paul Nesbitt, 820 Ross, told police a watch and a ring valued at $150 had been stolen from his home. Constance Edwards, Apt. 6 Grand Avenue Homes, said $86 in cash had been taken from the Hpartment. Three rolls of roofing weighing 300 pounds were reported stolen from the residence of Boni Garcia, 1105 W. Grand. Garcia valued the roofing at $18. Commission Conducts Brief Meet The Clovis City Commission with two commissioners, the city manager and city attorney ab sent - conducted a brief meeting Thursday night. Clovis Mayor Ted Waldhauser and Commissioners C. 0. Greene] and Ned Houk were the o n 1 y | members present at the regular session. Commissioner J. H. Joiner is on vacation and Commission Newt Whitfield, City Manager Marvin Hass and City Attorney Harry Patton are attending the Municipal League meeting in Las Cruces this weekend. The mayor proclaimed Satur- Dormttory for airmen $266,000. Maintenance building $230,000. Officers quarters $240,000. The base was authorized a total of $10,154,000 for military construction projects during fiscal year 1964. Facilities are expected to be 98 per cent "permanent" at the * * * base during the next five years. Lt. Col. Whitman Peek, engineering officer, recently noted that a $10 million-plus construe, I lion program now in progress 1 would increase the base from "50 percent to 98 per cent" permanency by 1970. The projects now under con* * if struction or on the drawing | boards include 250 .housing units 1 at a cost of about $4.5 million;! an addition to the inspection and j repair building; an automotive j ami maintenance shop; a new| petroleum and oil storage facil-| ity; a new technical training! structure; additions to the arm.I * * * aments and electronic shops; ft new base theater; a new squadron operations building. And final plans are near for the base hospital, which will cost about $3,400.000. The first increment of the hot pital is to be completed between October and December this year. * if * I AFB Will Flex es I n July Show Tactical Air Command units at' a t the Melrosc Bombing Rangc'No programs have been planned dents a better picture of CAFB 'annntl A T^P-t Will flnv 4 hcilT tvnte _ 1 f,,.. f M <-*«*!*• .\MA! o ** n n **rn-i *-lrv»-» 4 r i f/»»• 1 r\rl >t\t \\\ • f »»*»»•» nn i t U •> »» Mm i if 1 1 *-it A t-t>^n/l \ l *firr t CiC Cannon AFB will flex their mus-j for Clovis and area residents, (for today by ('.-union, cles July 6. | The big firepower demonstra-j Rase officials last year decirl- Cannon men and planes will! tion will serve as a substitute fd that such a show as the July display a mi.ghty show of power: for Armed Forces Day salute. 6 event would LEAGUE OFFICERS — New officers were elected Thursday at the closing session of the convention of the New Mexico League of Women Voters held in Clovis. They are, standing left to right, Mrs. Robert P, Gall of Sandoval, first vice president; Miss Nell Doherty of Las Vegas, secretary; and Mrs. Wheeler Glen of Santa Fe, treasurer; seat- ed left to right are, Mrs. Wilbur Johnson of Clovis, director; Mrs. Luther Lyon of Los Alamos, president, and Mrs. Ivar Lindstrom of Los Alamos, director. Not shown are Mrs. Harvey Israel of Los Alamos, second vice president and Mrs. Frorlrick Cohn of Albuquerque, director. Related Story, Page 1. (Staff Photo) Poppy Day Set Here Saturday has been proclaimed'j "Buddy Poppy Day" in Clovis. A recommendation for a variance for a house trailer was approved. F J?«5SS£KSSSSJ 77, ™rr' ^ Wars rris^s/.ssiFv^T^-^" SSttS.".^ ^ *% - t^W t^/r^S of downtown Clovis with the "Buddy Poppies." Clovis Mayor Ted Waldhauser proclaimed the day saying, "I ask that the citizens of Clovis assist the VFW and their Axil| iary by wearing the ljowej > of sacrifice made on foreign soils or In hostile waters by our heroes of past and present wars." Too !.afe To Classify Moisture In Clovis To Date In May 1.08 To Date In 1965 2.72 Total for May 1964 77 Record May Low (1913) .12 Record May HI (1941) 12.40 54-Yr. Avg. For May 2.267 Total For 1964 12.25 Total Thry JUgy 1964 2.36 Public Record F-URM.SHED APARTMENT for ivRt BUN p»;j W 1:11.1 78 1 -BEDROOM n. o: VEPY 77 [SHED APAHTVEVT •••-••-. >»:•- P.,.,I. ^:ti w. I.I-Y-. Hospital Notes THURSDAY ADMISSIONS John Wesley Erwin Jr. 1509 Edwards, surgery Robert H. Reed, 600 Lea^ medical West. 1404 Axtell, med- Muleshoe, Tex. Curtis G. Willis, 68, 149 E. Plains, $35 damage. 200 block of West Grand, parked car belonging to Lee F. How. Avalon Hotfcl, $20 dam- Seniors Slate Dance A Senior Citizens Dance will be held tonight at the C 1 o v i s Youth Center with music by Pete Wallace. The dance is being held as part of the activities observing the Ninth Annual National Senior Citizen Month honoring the nation's 18,000.(XX) senior citizens 65 and over. The Curry County Committee on Aging has planned the local schedule of events for the month. Admission for the dance will be two dollars per couple and the receipts will go to benefit the Senior Citizen Center An "Open House" is planned for Sunday at the Senior Citizens Hospitality House, 908 Hickory. To conclde the 'Darkhorse' Walker Mum On 'Candidacy' Roy S. Walker of Clovis -• reportedly a "darkhorse" candidate for the governor in n e x t year's primary election-remained mum today about rumored efforts to boost his chances. Walker. Federal Housing Administration director in New- Mexico, said: "The Hatch Act is quite specific about any active campaigning by federal employes." He said he read the published report of his "darkhorse" candidacy and Clovis and statewide support he has been receiving. But he declined to comment in anyway about the report. Former Gov. John Rurrntichs of Portales and House Speaker Bruce King of Stanley arc front- runners in the Democratic ranks as possible successors to Gov Jack M Campbell. But Walker reportedly is the man mentioned most recently as the "darkhorse" candidate. He is rumored as the man with best outside chance of Retting on the primary ballot. Walker, 54. is a native of Clovis and has gained many contacts over the state through his work with the FHA - contacts which may prove invaluable should he run for governor Walker has said he "will do nothing to embarass the FHA or the Civil Service regulations" and adds. "I am very happy with . .... my position with the FHA at the ta Fe conduct present time " Walker ha., two vir^ r,,. A proup of boosters in Clovis. denti-t. and I.yl- a lawver one of them Joe SMcr. presi- practu 11^ m (/Invis Hi- snil O ss dent of the Clovis National Bank his oil rompar.s and rommui,-., and vice chairman of the stair- to and from Chis is en weekends Democratic Party, says money U.i'Ker is a lnrnifr <"]»< is pit- has been raised and contacts commiti(,n.-r and active Vhanv hasp been made around the state \KT u! Connm-rc,. worker give area • -"??«RI HOY S. W.VLKFJt Walker as a candidate. Some of Walker's assets, noted by some supporters, include his FHA wi/rk arid reception from bar,k< rv builders a IK! realtors over the State, contact with labor unions, mans- year-; as an oil dealer with contacts with oil j industry people; his appointment as FHA director receiving the blessings of Sen Clinton P An derson and (he late Sen Dennis Chavpz, h."! work with the State Highsvjy Department and State Ci>r|Hirati<in Commission in th" '30's and reported problems facing Burroughs and Kirn; in Albuquerque Walker's late father was a San- .>r I.T. COL. DAVID WILLIAMS Colonel Speaks To Federation Lt Col Djvid O Williami. nmmander of the . r il2r;d Ta< tir.it Fighter Squadron at Cannon Air Force Base, wa* ^itest speaker Tbui-d.iy evenir,',: at the May meetmL' (if the Ciirrv (Vmrdy Fed. e;.i!;,:,/i </f K< publican Women. Ceil Williams, who s»-rv«-d in Southeast ASUJ tn !%•« s;x>ke cm the .subject of Viet Nam He described the military bases In that nmntr> and the diHicutties the military p.-'s<,n. tie! inviirred because r>f thmate than the usual Armed Forces Day events. Tims the summer show was horn. Nature has provided a fine theater for the event with a high mesa rising out of the desert. Scats will he erected on the mesa for maximum safety, base officials said. Many contrasts will be featured in the show. A small ('-10 He- lio-CouriiT will slow down to a speed of less than 50 miles an hour and the plane will land a pair of air commandos who will demonstrate effective counterinsurgency techniques. ^ Later, an K104 Starfichter will streak past the sound barrier •an FlfXIi. chaMm; an "enemy" plane Some 2. r > missions schodulfd for the show arc dosutned to provide :> }»"•* lltji'i ;nL' blend of .«ppe/t jn- t:cTiuitv and versatility. Mvidlv '!"?n<.n<--!ratiru; TAC s ability, of- i.. i.-iN added. A l.i'.; - h speed aerial re-corn ,-m. •;!?:</• camera in t,';c n'Kc of 1 I'M* and Fl Ct from Shaw AFB. s( . s»;i| piit the audience on ' -indsd Camera " aft •> and ( or.<iit;<.ns fr -in h.id deli vert"! r.iph of t(,<* au- ^ration will be nol'::: as tbo Onrurv "!>'*! F!'T>. Floj ;,rd 'in. n;«r also K p ar t ,.» , v, t -.! \i'."tr the audience s.v.s wai behaved to tw the only • in i. v ic world become ' ,um- fie-1 " The turtle, nick-'I "TAC " was airdrop|>od as a Its in;; example lean military men n!s who are ovr i m 77 l-BKr>HOGM • PUMP;.-,' .N'CE I rrirtkf-i i-:-. A,. '•rj-Ti.'):. H4VTKI) Al'Plf ill Mign»»> 78 t\|>rrli>ni-rd f. H mcrhaiiii s IUKU-<|\ l'liMl\i 74 1.AI II. WE 77 |u-r<»,ili, fiuid. Asvvt' nidi,- I'tii .•. 1 .n- JJEDHOOM Cull *urni»iu'd i»u«. ic. aut M MU t-room twrni»ti«<l UW Pttocc. bill* p&kl. uU cWidtto'i act ~~' fi {netful** oid. &A.tfi- 513 W litfc. ! lone Miller, i medical | A. L. Shell, Portales, medical i Clarence Henderson, Farwell, Tex. medical i Masion E Cone, 801 W. Chris, topher, surgery Herman Maestes, Route 3, medical LavilLe Lewalling, Las Vegas, medical Cordie Vargas, Farwell Tex., surgery Esteila M. White, Tucumcari surgery " p, Mary J. James, 1020 Wallace, [, surgery Frank 0 Perey, Ft. Sumner, surgery " Jennifer A McCoy, Portales. •• surgery '' Ina (',. Williams, 517 Johnson, ," medical V THURSDAY DISMISSALS Bobbie Jean Balcli. 1821 Ross -• Kelly Carter 314 E. Ninth '" I Mrs J F Donaghe, and baby •' ! girl, 1005 W Manana '!. Paul Garrison. Box 625 William Kirkloy. 90ft W. Kathie Clarene Lee Mayfield. 1UH Connelly ' ; Noel House. 1007 F 5fh I Gloria Sandoval, 315 VV. 14th | Piedad Sena, Santa Rosa i James W. Tanner, Portales ! Marriage licenses Sheldon Chavez Jr., 20, Jeannie Chavez, 17, both of P. & Ice , ti) of other automo- damage; bile lefj the 700 block of Prince, Ayrel D Cross, 20, 705 Maple. $200 damage; Betty Carol Young, 18, Star Route. $50 damage. "open Walker's behalf in money and sup"very encouraging." said Sis)»r He added that oeople bad been found in ke\ counties who arc intrested in He tor i DEATHS fMfne M. ( 'e KHA d:ii-,' 1%1 i,nd .supers ises F/i Square 1 Elecfs New Officers is a Square Clevis Markets Clovis Livestock 111,0 T'A 'V ami car.. a- <S nl „• C.LFV EVERETT | McWHFHTER ; Mr Glen Everett McWhertor. ,54, died Wednesday at his home : in House. | Mr McWherter is survived by ;his wife. Edith; his father. S S McWherter of Jackson. Tonn his sister, Mrs Conrad Smith of j Jackson, a brother, Cleburne of Detroit. Mich. j Funeral services will be held at the House First Baptist Church iat 2 30 pm Saturday with Kev 1 Marvin Tucker and Rev Hoyt Welch officiating Funeral services will be held at 2 30 p.m. Sunday at Irnman- uel Lutheran Church with Hev Henry L. Schaefer officiating Burial will be in Mission Oar. dens under direction of Steed Funeral Home. EVERETT P. STORM Mr Everett P. Storm, 72. for- mei Bellview pioneer, died at his home in Albuquerque, Thurs- da v. next S;i!:ir Tin the !Mr of t::e Y Panel- Club for will be in-.tail•HI [) tn at t-ic •f-ru'.r Huh cafeteria !!cers ,!!•«• J'ihnn> H;K k- iilent. KrJdje Harriru 1 jirrsidcnt; and Uaibara secretary committeemcn f-»r furtlicoining quarter are and Mrs llerl*-rt Hultnian. and Mr> Hobby Graham Mr. and Mrs. W a y n e fire Ski the Amer- saying thi-y profession- il and un. Co! Williams who ha« lived in Chnis with bis wife am! five nalis.- df Kaglr I', f.lfJIllv sill! lives in I'.il'ie f'.isx and bu f.ittii r is HepuMican chairman there Mrs- J/iui> Ho))mann. firvt s ice president of the Federation, presided over the business meetins: M r s Howard Williamson s|«ike briefly <>n parliamentary if'..- command'* t-abilities. An is a s»:Mi the part of •?,«•• ^o rxtrarti >r 1 ' And the C ! :rr«irn<> in ]!;<:; an) of jet- as\i-. KJ<) take- Hth, been rise U dt-adly. . 1 .1 anf-^4'. unit '£10-^ -, ,, JM.AI, i..,- , New York Stocks Air All, Ah: t',: II: < < 1.1 1'hrv "C " I - '<U r,,--... Si. li .,i-r :.4 ,jp a A 7.. ,,rr Clictr, 7t. . , off on SiiiH Flltd L Radio and TV Supply s t ail Flesher, doizig 3 ai f ii-Siier FV' CoiTd-a- dt. Cuuiif ti C. K.k sv Joe I). revival of judgment. Troffi« Thujnaj, Slirt't Hit hard I'r- iu»le. 2J, Port,ilti. ilaU daaaa^e, r.rii Mtrn Iu6 tiuir on MI. Jnt Paptr » K»rr McG 54^ U>riH»rd 44 S, M.'tit W*ril ar up Penney "a up 1 PhiUij* P M up 36*. _ .ft ',',-. - j IB , ,<f f^! w -' JO Mr Storm bad homesteaded in the area in IbOti and had moved to Albuquerque 10 years ago. He is survived by his wife. Jewell; a daughter, Mrs. G. C Ity an. Albuquerque; a sister. Mrs Florence Lfird, also of Albuquerque and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p m Saturday at Sleed Memorial Chapel liunal will be in Mission Gardens with an 1OOF Lodge 31 service at the cemetery. Pallbearers will be Wayne I^eird Orville Hudson, Jim Col- Tom Bullion, C. R. Kitchell. ayne Tate. „ - u l.VFA-NT GIBL MOSELEV Mr. Kube is survived by his FR10NA, Tex. (Staff) — Fun- wife, Eleanora; two daughters, eral services for the infant Donald Jones. Carthage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Bobbie Kaye of the homp; Moseley. Farwt-11, will be held mother, Mrs. Mary Kube of at Suii^ei 'Jtrrar-e Cemetery Atil. two sisters, Mrs Wil- Farwdi at 4 3u p.ia twiay /<« k Ciovis and Mrs F.adie Ibe m!jj,t ii survived by her of MulfSbot-. Tex tise pait-nl.N, and grajjdijajx-utv Mr jbi-olht-rs. Walter of Coppera-s and Mrs. t»avid Moseley. Fno iCose. Tex . Albert oi Muleshoe. ua and Mr and Mrs. MA Sny Kudolpb and Ben both ol Fai well dci FarwdJ and LuiJwig of Phillips. Tex . audi Clavhtirn Funeral Home is in a trandbon, Maity Juues.. .i-haije ol local Pallbearers will be J B Davis. W \V. Webber. Clifford Franklin. Hovt Clifton. Pete Mueller and Leroy Jackson. Burial will be in House Ceme-' tery under direction of Doughty Funcial Home of Tucumcari. i ERNEST KL'BF Mr. Ernest Kube, 52, long time Farwell, Tex. resident died Thursday at his home in Carthage. Mo He had moved to Carthage two In- t,"' Jiils f) the tempi-rat.ire is e\|>e( ted to ri.se even more when in- aircraft drop their napalin bombs When these bombs are rained on dummy airfield:,, missile and troi/ji emplacements, a noticeable increase in the beat is felt Even m the safe s /one the lemperature noticed Beautiful but effects of jellied cas draw an awe.some filled n from the crowd. The N'ew Mexico soil is ed to ^tt all of its "vitamin*'" .luls ti After thousands of rounds QJ 20 milmieter cannon shells and icckets plaster dummy targets Melrose Range will bt- high fp lead content Vetcians of WWII who recall The Clovis National Bank and tin Sliaelfer. Clovis manager for the B 17 Fl> 111^ Fortress \\\\\ fa- the Citizens State Bank of Clo- Mountain Stales t-Tlephone. will aina/cd lo .see the capability of sis will be corhosts this weekend s|>eak to the group at the Sun- TAC's F4C s officials point out tn tlie quarterly conferiwe of (lay morning session The Plumbum can haul and drCff) Hie New Mexico chapter uf The Mrs Doruu^h Slated (liat the I77:">0 jM.und bombs, twice the Natkuial Association of liank 25 meml>ers ssbo will bt« atteiitt load ol the 1J-17. Women. ; ing from Farmington. Carlsbad BICYCLES STOLEN Terry Hamsev 314 \V reported bis bicycle had stolen Thursday A bicycle and a radio were reported stolen from 1221 W. Seventh Bank Woman Slate Clovis Conference (•'t**1lt. ;il«J^**\^«*l »%••**> **l^(.U»t^-bl In charge of arrangements for Albuquerque. Espanola. ie two-day conference are Mrs and Santa Fe are all eit Hut Beleii the two-day conference are Mrs and Santa Fe are all either of- 8'uund Bertha Dorough. assistant cash- fieers of banks or have been rec- and Mrs Betty Crowder and Mrs. Barbara Roberts, uxeuUve secretaries at the Citizens Bank of Clovis, local members of the state chapter. "Customer Relations Via Telephone" has been chosen as the Uu-jae of the meeting, which will iiprii ,MII, a sfcuai hour at 5 '4J i>i tbe Holuia> iui the bank's board of directors Presiding over U>e meeting will be Mrs. Ruby Waggoner, assistant cashier. First National Bank ol Belen New officers for the group will be elected at tine Sunday session, bfrfure I lie noon it won't be an all air-to- show. The deadly sidewinder missile will show its stuff in the air, literal! flying up tni tail of an "eneim" plane. An aerial refueling demonstration also will be provided, 'i' h e MC-135 tanker crew can get a TAC bird anywhere in the world without time - consuming Ian4- •stops, officials explained So, TAC will be on di.-play from "A-io-Z" at Melrosc ID July lu speaker at |l* Saiui-' day duuier metding will be Mis Jane John Robbs of tlie 4 C s Cafe Jenkins of Albuquerque, on Soulli Hull reported burglars Sales Su|x'rviM>r ol n,«) atlcnipfed lu break In tin Mountain btalcb Telcpliuut. Mar. talt lliuiidav >'isf Hie .uidleiii lulu Ibe pdjt Ibe An in national tUfiense It's an V Foite a 25-mile plus drh> tn <| M '••ni-H !)')! ollicials asscil, tin- »!iow will bt W-(jitlj u. '

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