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July 11, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 1

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Cf/rVW NEWSJOtlRNAL, Sunday, Jnty 11, 1965 5 Cannonites Receive Medals For Viet Nam Action Five Cannon AFB men were presented medals Friday for actions in Southeast Asia by Maj. Gen, John C. Meyer, commander of the Twelfth Air Fotc«, before a crowd of 400 Air Force Academy Cadets. T. Sgt. Maurice R. Wilkmon received the Bronze Star with V. device for heriosm while under small arms fire during a mission in Viet Nam. After a A-1E Skyraider had crashed in enemy lerrit o r y. Sergeant Wilkomn volunteered to destory the explosive devices aboard the aircraft. Afater arriving at the scene of the crash he immediately went to work planting explosives to destroy the other de. vices, when he was fired upon by Viet Cong forces. At the time he had permis- sion to leave the area before the mission was completed, however, he remained and destroyed the explosives before they could get into the hands of the Viet Cong. Air medals were presented to Captains James A. Abraham- son and Vito Tomosino for sustained aerial performance as combat, crew members flying combat missions in Viet Nam, whjle Capt. Ctordon E. Peterson, was presented the A i r Medal with two oak leaf clusters for duty in Viet Nam M.vSgt. 0 r i n T. Aliard was awarded the Bronze Star f o r outstanding maintenance s u p- port while deployed to South- cast Asia with Cannon's 428th Tactical Fighter Squadron. The presentation look placo following a briefing given the cadets by Gfin:ral Alcyer who welcomed them to Cannon and the Tactical Air Command portion of Falcon '65. This second group of cadets of the class of '68, arrived at Cannon Thursday for a six-day Tactical Air Command orien- talion as the first group of 400 cadets departed the base for Hilt AFB, Utah. Clovisites" Son Dies In Connecticut Crash The son of a Clovis couple' Ronald Knaub, 21, son of Mr. was* killed Friday in a one-car and Mrs. Henry Knaub, w a s apparently sports-c a r jpolice officials said. accident near Ledyard, Conn. NMSU Grad Winner Of Cotton Title RUIDOSO (Stafft — An assistant home demonstrat i o n agent for the New Mexico State ' Tji() University Extension Service at pj ov ': s Carlsbad'was sleeted New Me.v j^ os ^ n whf>re thrown from U.S. Official To Review Laboratory Dr. John Forney, assistant when the vehicle ^ rom the Laboratory Consulta- crashed into a row of guard Itions and Development Section rails, and his body hit a'tree, I of the U.S. Public Health Service Communicable Disease \ 7 en- tor Laboratory in Atlanta, Ga. DEATHS GEORGE R. DICKENS FORT SUMNER (Staff) - Fu neral services for George Rober (Bobby) Dickens, 18, who war killed in a grinding car-truck collision 15 miles west of Metros* Thursday, will be held at 2 p.ir. today in the Fort Sumner Baptist Church, with the Rev. Ray mond Praff officiating. Burial will be in the Fort Sum- j Knaub, a machinist's matc! vvi n be in clovis Thursday to 'second class. I'SN, serving: rcv i ew facilities and services lner cemetery under the direc ,; aboard the submarine USSJ of thc Health Department's tion of Julian's Mortuary. Clamagorp, had been in Clovis p urr y County branch laborato- Dickens, who would have been several months ago on leave, ry> ' a senior at Fort Sumner High local Navy recruiter said. i' School this fall, was a passenger Knaub family moved to I This is in preparation for a j n an au t 0 driven by Bob Hobbs of Fort Sumner. who is ico's Maid of Cotton Friday at the 16th annual New Mexico Maid of Cotton contest. from ational planning of laboratory Rona l,l enlisted services and facilities in rela x 5n Octobet , tion to Civil and national said. de . Knaub and a passenger in his fense. health omuiai sam. , nva ; na o 11*0,1 "nn r-nliUinn with • i. 11r • • i nthor optivitipe n< the health i lowin l a neaa-on collision w nn auto, who was cirtically injured utner activities ai me neaiui —. : — Martha Reva Anderson, 24,' in the accide nt, were rfCloned Department this week include: don. was selected over a clovisitej , and seven oilier state beauties to represent New Mexico in the national Maid of Cotton contest in Memphis, Tenn., in December. Naval base at, New Lon- Conn. MONDAY Immunization clinic for chil- Funeral 'services will be held dren referred by physicians. Memorial Hospital in Clovis fol llision with i semi carrying a 33,000-pound Burglars Net Rings xff 3 Okldhomcms H&irt In Crush Monday at 10 Morgan, Colo. am in F or t sanitarian-collect milk samples ,and nurses - Clovis home vis- iits. Am ong the nine entries wa? Caron Tucker. 21. daughter of i Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tucker, 2309 j Duckworth. Clovis. who w a s sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi sorority at Eastern New Mex ico University. i OTHO BALL TUESDAY Supervisors, Quay Coun t y |budget hearings at Tucumcari, visits cargo of beef. The driver of the truck, Roy Harmon, 49, 1116 West, Clovis, was not injured in the collision. STANLEY HILLHOUSE Funeral services for Mr. Stanley Hillhouse, custodian at the Curry County Courthouse and a resident of the Clovis area since 1928. will be held at 3 p.m. today inurses-Melrose nursing vss j at the First Methodist Church | and sanitarians -- milk inspec-| Cnape] with Dr . R . L . Willing>•• '...... itions. a.m. WEDNESDAY film — Children at Poison, nurses -- Clo- ham officiating. Burial will be in Lawn Haven Word lias been received of t \\ death of Mr. Otho Ball, 71, . 'former Clovis resident. Mr. Ball, who had lived in i Clovis. Texico and Farwell, Tex.; g Named first alternate wasjfor about 25 years before mov-'pj av Laurie B. Burns, 20, of Carls-j ing to Liberal. Kan., in 1940, died 1 v; ," bad. A Deming girl. Barbara''Tuesday in a rest, home at Liber-' Buskirk. 20. was selected sec-' al. dents and pigeo'ns "with Fishi Mr. Hillhouse died Thursday ond alternate, : ; Funeral services were held nnc j 'wildlife "service, mosquito : in Wichita, Kan., after suffering The pretty brown-haired Miss Thursday and burial was at in' on trol and dairy farm and pub-ja heart attack while visiting his Anderson was graduated from Plains. Kan. 'lie water inspections. !daughter over the Fourth of Ju- New Mexico State University in Survivors include a sister. Mrs. * THURSDAY J3y holidays. Mary Coleman and Jack Mil- Cemetery, under the direction home visits and sanitari-jof Sherwood Mortuary, follow- a-is- -- control program -- re-ling the Masonic funeral. Harding, a farmer, is survived )y his wife, Inez; two daughters, irs. Pauline French of Lubbock, Tex., and Mrs. Evelyn Graves of} los'well; a sister, Mrs. Olitaj ?eterson of California; three! grandchildren, and three great! Jk JL grandchildren. j J"^| Funeral services are to be heldj Tlonday at 10 a.m. at the; Burglars struck the home of i Church of Christ in Causey with a Clovis man Friday night, burial at Rest Lawn Cemetery netting $250 in wedding rings. \ in Portales. i The rings were taken from i Arrangements are under dir- the home of Louie Grinc, 3u3 ection of the Chapel of Memor-,-mormon, police J>aui. . ies of Clovis. ; THIEVES HIT MOTKI, i LUCY 0. BROWN ! Airman l.C. Henry J. Smith TEXICO (Staff) — Funeral of *>nuw AI-'IJ, s.c., told Uuvis services for Mrs. Lucy 0. police Friday that his secuirty, Brown, 59, postmaster of Texico .badge, sunglasses and keys had for the past 25 years, will be been stolen from a local motel held today at 2 p.m. in the Cen- room, tral Baptist Church in Clovis 1 . with the Rev. Leroy Looper of! Math™ T the Texico Baptist Church, offi ANdinan Lj - ciating. Pallbearers will be Murray! f u.-iii- •» it. White, 0!an Schleuter, L. A. ' stlllck whlle ll was }nirkcd at a Pearce Jr., Bill Boling, B. A. Kelley and W. 0. Wall. Mrs. Brown, who had lived! VANDALS BREAK DOOR in the area since 1929, died Fri-j Vandals were reported .Saturday at Memorial Hospital in Clo- 'd a y to have broken open the vis. [front door at the Allsup's 7-11 Burial will be in the Mission istore, 2916 Main. Nothing was Garden of Memories, with ar-jrcported taken from the build- rangements by Steed's Funeral ing. Home. i j BICYCLES TAKEN INFANT ORTEGA Two Clovisites have reported The infant son of A.lc. and (stolen bicycles' to police. Three Oklahomans were slight-' ly injured Friday afternoon in a three-vehicle crash on U.S. 60-j 84 about 1.9 mites west of Clovis.! Treated and released at Mem-: oriol Hospital for cuts and bruis-i es were Mrs. Viola Harbert. 47: • Luther Harbet, 11, and Janet Harbert. 13. a!! of Tishominge,; Ok la. ' • They were passengers in a l%o i'ickup driven by Joe Harbert. 49, who was filed for failure to use due care, slate police said. , The other two vehicles involved were a 1959 model automobile driven by Frank R. Carillo, 19, Cannon AFB and a 1958 pickup driven by Glenn H. Sizemore, 17, 924 W. 14th. State polince sail all the vehicles were traveling west. They said the Sizeore pickup was attempting to make a left turn and the Carillo auto had slowed down when it was hit in the rear by Herbert's pickup. The Carillo car was knocked into the rear of the Sizemore auto, officers said. riwethel . 1110 ^ 1 loU , lis *"* local restaurant. The vehicle left the scene. other is 1962. C. J. MobJey of Clovis. No Matt«f Whtff Paying the-BiH , . . IE DESERVES £Xf**T Pallbearers will be Pnul Barn,,<-i from the New Mexico State ies. Johnny Elliott, Donis R. {Health Department here to re- [Thompson, W. M. Roberts, C. E. Sview vaccination program. Kirksey and C. J. Smith, i nurses — Texaco area home vis- Honorary pallbearers will be [its and sanitarians -- insnec-jDist. Judge E. T. Hensley Jr., lions food and drink establish-1 Art Morris, E. V. Rushing, John ments and inspection of dairy | Weber, W. D. Gattis. Marion farms and dairy animal rec- i Morris, H. B. Moberly, E. C. or£ j s . Kelso and Tom Burnett. Mrs. Carlos Ortega. 209 W. Ninth, died Saturday at t h e Cannon AFB Hospital. Graveside services will he jheld Monday at 10 a.m. at the Mission Garden of Memories. with Chaplain Featherson offi- 'ciating. Sherwood Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Yo«r ATLAJ Ven-l!n«i Ag*nl thlnfct cf •mythlng whin moving you — ocrwn town, ocroii America or ocreii tli* i«ai. PHONE TODAY lor on accurate •itirnal* el cert and our Atlai Moving M«*» and Moving Day Packet. YOUR ATLAS VAN-LINES AGENT . . . BANKER'S UNION WAREHOUSE 119 S. Main 762-4709 ••THI MOVtl WHO THINKS 0* IVMYTHIN«" MOVING • PACKING • STORAOI FRIDAY Bernard Byrnes of State vaccination office here for consul- ,tatations. sanitarians - inspections of swimming pools, dairy farms, sewer plant and mosquito control work. SATURDAY Clovis sanitary inspections. C1,«»VIS UE.MIU'Ii AUDI!' UI'UKAti OF i:iUi:ill.Ario.N B* UTH-E MKUCHANT CAHKIKR 1.75 mufitniy In artvanre. By mull In Curry and »urroufirtui(! ciiuiitioi J!2.W for one y«§r; S3:00 tor BIX munthk: J4.2a tor turn* nvml'is: .'!..») lor on» motith Bv mult ou'.sloe Clo- v:« tiartc terMt»cy. |I8<V) for one ytir; JH.50 for »ix muinhi: JS.'*) fur three m<>nlh»; J1./5 fur one m intfi AM. SIIHSI'RUM'1'J.'NS PAY- AHI.B IN ADVANCK. S.-f-.Kitl clam postaRe paid at i*lov1s. N^w MexUft. Puhlisher) <1M!v »<rept Buiuiilav by the CloVIS M-'.WSJOL'KNAL Sulh A Ir'ile, Ciovii, New Mexico, ft MARY JANE RIDLEY BROADVIEW (Staff) — Mrs. Mary Jane Ridley, 87, a resident of Broadview since 1906. died Saturday at Memorial Hospital in Clovis. Preceded in death by her hus- b-inci, Carney, in August, 1961, Mrs. Ridley is survived by a host of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Tuesdav at 2:30 p.m. at the Rosedale Baptist Church, with Rev. P. L. Arnold and Rev, Jess Ramsey officiating. Nephews will be pallbearers. Burial will be in the Grady Cemetery, under the direction of Steed's Funeral Home. BUHL L. HARDING CAUSEY (Staff) - Buhl L. Harding, 60, died early Saturday morning at his home in Causey. Dorothy Thomas. !«)!) Axinll. and K.G. Brooks, 2100 Wallace, both reported slok'n bicycles. TOOLS STOLEN O.M. Allen. 912 Honao. reported several tools inelud i n t; screwdrivers, wrenches a n d pliers had been stolen from his residence. hot . • TUK & WED. 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