Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on July 11, 1965 · Page 15
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 15

Clovis, New Mexico
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Sunday, July 11, 1965
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! St. Petersburg Job Corps Comp Proves Perilous Pilot Program WASHINGTON (UPI) - Take a pilot program for training young girls to be productive members of society, add some youthful animal spirits- and agitate in a community with a disproportionate number of elderly and retired people. The result, according to the project was a center of contro- Dr. Bennetta B. Washington, di- versy. The climax came last Thursday when the city council asked that it be) moved out of St. Petersburg as soon as 1 possible. Only Mayor Herman Gold- nor dissented. Among other things, the council was told of alleged immoral- • - . *-' — -• •• •. .- .•— .w ", m. wiiv,g^*.v* *1II*11V* d» federal Job Corps, is likely tojity by girls assigned to the cen- the kind of thing which occurred at the job center corps at St. Petersburg, Fla., which lias been under fire recently for alleged waste and immorality. It all began last April when Ihe first of 289 girls aged 16 flirough 21 arrived at the center from depressed areas to start learning skills designed to enable them to become self supporting members of society. Trouble Starts Almost from the start, the 'Billboard Battle 1 Underway ELK CITY, Okla. (UPI)-The "battle of the billboards" resumed in Elk City. Okla., Thursday when a group representing the Tucumcari Chamber of Commerce met with other U.S. 66 delegations for a fight with the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. The delegations pledged more than $3.000 to fighting turnpike authority advertising telling mo- tourists on Oklahoma turnpikes to take the Bailey Turnpike I south from Oklahoma City, off U.S. 66, to Los Angeles 1 . .lack Cutbcrth of Clinton. Ok- ter, hot roddirtg boyfriends. noisy rock 'n foil music and wasteful practices by the federal officials' in charge. Center officials strongly denied any immorality and Police Chief Harold Smith said his department turned up no evidence to support such charges. Then, last weekend, six girls were expelled for coming home drunk from a Saturday night dance. Other trainees at the center were warned they could expect similar disciplinary action if they didn't toe the mark. Problems Being Corrected Asked about the situation, a spokesman for the Office of Economic Opportunity, which has over-all jurisdiction over j President Johnson's poverty program, readily conceded there had been problems. But he said they were being corrected and Job Corps officials are confident they will not rector of the women's Job Corps program, planned a trip to St. Petersburg this we«k to look into the situation, including the competency of the staff to work with young girls 1 . He added: "You're going to wind up with a lot of .problems In any pilot project. One 6f the problems peculiar to the St. Peters* burg section is that there are 10 many elderly and retired people there who sometimes frown MI the animal spirits of the young." there . r prob. lems at the other four girls' training center* although "a couple girls have been kicked out »t Cleveland and 14 have gone home voluntarily at Los Angeles." The spokesman said were no comparable Youth Recreation Schedule Of Events be repeated in similar girls' training centers in Lo,v Angeles. Cleveland, Omaha and Charleston. W. Va. The spokesman also said that Live Coverage Requested LOS ALAMOS (UPI) —The *' C11t.IV V^ Lt LIJWL Ull V/i v^ni' t tsu , v^»». _ - _ B , t lahoma, secretary of the U.S. ! New . Mexico _ State B air Com- associations, said the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority was responsible for the signs. A resolution was passed during the meeting asking the Congressional delegations from Ok- mission meeting in Los Alamos took under advisement a request from KNME-TV in Albuquerque to provide "live coverage" of the fair as was done prior to 1962. KNME-TV is a educational sta- lahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California to takejtion located at the University the organization's case before O f New Mexico. the Federal Bureau of Public Roads. The U.S. 66 Association lost an earlier battle when it was told by Oklahoma Gov. Henry put up your own urging traffic to Bellmon to billboards" stay on U.S. 66 to Los Angeles. Lyle Oberman of Oklahoma City, president of the Oklahoma U.S. 66 Association, said he saw two further courses' of action: Seek removal of the turnpike authority's advertising through the courts, or erection of bill boards by the U.S. 66 Association. Oberman said a map In the turnpike authority's brochure, The commissioners met for . * SUNDAY 1-5 p.m. Swimming at Potter Park Pool. 1-3 p.m. Swimming at H i 11- crest Park Pool. 3-5 p.m. Swimming at Hillcrest Park Pool. MONDAY 9-11 a.m Arts and crafts at Marshall Jr. High. 6 a.m. Swimming team workouts Monday through Friday at Hillcrest Park pool. 8 a.m. Minor league baseball at Bickley Park, ages 10-12. 9 a.m. Crafts and Arts class rcgestration for 6-15 year olds at Marshall Jr. High. 9 a.m. Minor league baseball at Bickley Park, ges 7-9, 9-10:30 a.m. Girls softball north of Marshall Jr. High Jr. and Senior High girls. 5 pm. Boxing instructions at the YRB Gym. 5-10 p.m. Little League, Babe Ruth, Connie Mack, and Stan Musial Leagues. Games at all city baseball parks. 5:45 p,m. Womens Slimnas- tics at YMCA and Youth Center. 7-9 p.m. Physical activities at Lincoln Jackson and High School gymns Grades 9-12 and men. TUESDAY 8 a.m. Girls tennis at High School courts. Boys tennis at Hillcrest Lodge, one of several out-in state meetings being held by the Commission. A large number of Los Alamos residents, including business leaders, attended the meeting. Construction of a large Indus, trial and science exhibit hall was set as the next major State Fair construction project, but Commission Chairman G. T. Dick Hennessee Jr. of Albuquerque, said no timetable for start of construction had been established. The board, in other action: —Told fair manager Finlay MacGillivray to seek bids on . , *i a !T Park tennis courts. handed out at toll gates, incli- adding 80 horse stalls in time cates U.S. 66 from Barstow, for the 1965 fair. Calif., to San Bernardino is of j —Told MacGillivrary to seek a poor quality, "when, in fact,"jbids on a new tractor to be Oberman s'aid, "it was among;used for servicing the race the first and one of the best j track area. •four-lane highways ever built." j —Heard a general report on The controversial billboards j plans for the 1965 fair, are located at Miami a n d j —Accepted a low bid from Tulsa. Okla. and urge motorists-Four Star Bowling and Billiard to take the Bailey Turnpike out!Supply Co. of Albuquerque for of Oklahoma City and then U.S. jfair trophies and ribbons. Three 70 west to Los Angeles. ! bids were submitted. 9-10:30 a.m. Physical activities at Lincoln Jackson and High School gyms for grades 1-4. 9:15 a.m. Womens Slimnas- ties at Jackson and HS Gymns 10:30 a.m. Mens shuffle board at Youth Center. 10:30 - noon Physical »ctivi ties at ackson and HS Gymns for grades 5-8. 1 p.m. Swimming at Potter Park pool, no charge. 1-3 p.m. Hillcrest Park swimming: Season passes — Children $7.50; adults $15. 3-5 p.m. Hillcrest Park Swimming 5 p.m. Boxing instructions at 5-10 p.m. League baseball 5:45 p.m. Run For Your Life- YMCA at Youth Center 7 p.m. Junior YRB Meeting at the Silver Grill 7-9 p.m. Fat Man's Fitness Night at Jackson and High School Gymns for grades 9-12 and men. 7:30 p.m. Scouts at the Youth Center. WEDNESDAY 8 a.m. Archery Classes, boys and girls at the Youth Center. a.m. Artg and crafts at Marshall Jr. High. MO: 30 a.m. Physical activities at Jackson and High School Gyms for grades 1-4. 10:30 a.m. to noon, Physical activities at Jackson and HS Gymns for boys, grades 5-8... 1-5 p.m. Swimming at Potter Park Pool. 1-3 p.m. Swimming at Hillcrest Park Pool. 3-5 p.m. Swimming at Hillcrest Park Pool. 5 p.m. Boxing instructions at YRB gym. 5:10 p.m. League Baseball 5:45 p.m. Women's Sllmnas- tics YMCA and Youth Center. THURSDAY 8 a.m. Girls tennis at High School tennis courts. Boys tennis at Hillcrest tennis courts. 9-10:30 a.m. Physical activities at Jackson and HS Gymns for grades 1-4. 9:15 a.m. Womens Slimnas- tics at YMCA and Youth Center. 10:30 a.m. to noon, Physical activities for grades 5-8. 1-5 p.m. Swimming at Potter Park Pool. 1-3 p.m. Swimming at Hillcrest Park Pool. 3-5 p.m. Swimming at Hillcrest Pool. 5 p.m. Boxing instructions at the YRB Gym. 5-10 p.m. League baseball games. 7-9 p.m. Fat Man's Fitness class for grades 9-12 and for men. FRIDAY 8 a.m. Minor league baseball at Bickley Park ages 10-12. Minor league baseball at Highland Park ges 7-9, 9-11 a.m. Arts and crafts at Marshall Jr. High. 9 a.m. Girls softball north of Marshall Jr. High. 1-5 p.m. Swimming at Potter Park Pool 1-3 p.m. Swimming at Hillcrest Park Pool. 3-5 p.m. Swimming at Hillcrest Park Poo]. 5 p.m. Boxing instruction at YRB gym. 5-10 p.m. League baseball Marketing Assets Sold ** »»>•• u- * « ^ CLOVIS NK\V?M(M UVAL, S»nd«y, J«fr 11, Out Your Sudan reports that her son John King. ,a former Sudan teacher, now of EDNA BURK ALBUQUERQUE (UP!)- The Malco'' marketing assets of ** Contliwntftt Oil Co. have been Mr - and Mrs - Wa V ne To 8 ers sold to a newly-orginiited inde- and children, Monte and Gay- pendent corporation called Mai- lene returned Sunday from Leco Product* Inc. It was an* nounced in Albuquerque Thursday by K.W. Brill, Continental vice president, and C. A. Coppie, president of the new firm. Included in the sale are five Malco service stations at Roswell, Hollywood, N.M., Carrlzo- to and Alamogordo and all as- setr formerly employed by Con- inental's Malco marketing subsidiary in New Mexico. West Texas, Arizona and Southern Colorado. Copple's firm also acquired sxclusive rights to various Malco trade names and business good will. Still pending in US. district court in Albuquerque is a civil suit againit Continental, charg- ng it violated the Clayton Antitrust act when it acquired Malco Refineries Inc. of Roswelt in 1959. The caste will go to trial before U.S. Dist. Judge H. Vearle Payne starting Tuesday. Continental previously had asked the case be dismissed, and had received a favorable summary judgement from the late Judge Waldo II. Rogers, only to have it reversed by the S. Supreme Court which ordered the case to trial. Too Late To Classify 3-REDROOM home, 2 full balhn on Wallace. Be sure to look at this ono! Cannon Ural Estate 763-507B or 762-457,5 IIP W'LL THE person who look my purse. return eel. Return Store, Mrs Jesko fors where they attended funeral services' on Friday for W, K. Davis. The services were held at the Lefors Church of Christ. Mr. Davis, a brother-in-law of Mrs. Rogers was a World War II veteran and had been ill for a long time. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wassum and children of Lubbock were guests at the home of Mrs, Albert Gentry and son, Jackson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Crow of Pecos, Tex. and family were guests of Mr. Crow's mother, Mrs. E.E. Crow, Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. W.V. Terry made a business trip to Muleshoe, Tuesday. Mrs. J. W. Olds has returned from Fayetteville, Ark. where she attended the 24th annual meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the South Central Jurisdiction of the Methodist Church, which was held during the week-end at the Methodist Assembly on Mt. Sequoyah. Mrs. Olds is a district officer of the WSG, being a spiritual life chairman. She was accom- Kermit, has returned from Mexico where he spent s 1 x weeks. Mr. King is a Spanish teacher. The Sudan Town Board have started spraying the streets and allies' in order to minimize the danger of enchehllltis from mosquito bites. The spraying program is carried out each summer. * * ---- „,____ ,..„,., v ., v TTM.S w*~ win , __ panted to Fayetteville by Mrs.|'?L r By MRS. VELMA HATHCOCK Rev. Keith Bonny is on the staff of the Junior High camp currently in progress at the Arrowhead Methodist camp. Also attending the camp from the Elida Methodist Church is Debbie Cannon, daughter of Finis* Cannon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crume, who are traveling In Europe this summer have sent word that they reached London on June 25. The couple sailed aboard the S.S. Stetendam to England. Their plarts include a visit to a nephew, Jimmy Meadow*, who is a member of the U.S. Armed Forces, stationed in Frankfurt, Germany. Following their visit, they plan to tour several of the European countries as lime permits. Word was? received in Elida Way which resulted tt i '£ »f Breath, The attending Mf* Man reported thtrr WwlTft* no permanent damagt, tit quested t month's ft*. stored the hospital on ] Birthday. Visitors in the 0. C. .Nome recently weft A I. Quails and a daughter, MM.1 M. D. Johnson and two children 1 of Moorpark, California. Also a J daughter, Mrs. Wendell Walker! •wd two children of Odes s a. I Texas are staying in the home j ind caring for her mother, who is ill. Harding Burris and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lieb and baby have recently returned to EH- da from their wheat harvest tour through Texas and Oklahoma, which was cut short due to heavy rains hampering t h e larvest. Miss Viola Gower, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde flower of Elida, who taught in the elementary department in Roswell schools the past year, Is presently employed for the summer n Rosvell, where she is tacti* ing in the new "Head.Start" wogram. Mrs. Monte Cochrain of east of Elida accompanied her steer, Mrs.Wilma Roberson and a Brother, Fred Campbell of Floyd, on a trip to Estes.Park, "olo., where they attended Ihe funeral of an 85-year old uncle, Mr, Walter Baldridge. Mrs. Coch Buford Caldwell of Bovina, who also represented the Plainview district of Church. the Method i s t Dr. and Mrs. Thurman Bryant and children have returned to Sudan after attending the Baptist World Alliance in Miami, Fla. _____ _ ^ nc Mr. and Mrs. 0.0. Baker who r'paWi."'Ni>"'<iue«t'iunii |I «>k'.ireceived injuries in separate to IBlg (lorry or Artec Tkg. af .,.JH«nt E Q ro „„,„ nnn ,,^ narl \ nn Mrs. Kary Wall, who has been in California -for the past two weeks, at the bedside of her step-father; Mr. Clifford Dodgin, i ,^ |'* . (."""[rain states this uncle has been •ifflteted with paralysis since the age of 21 years. Mrs. Helen Horney of Ft. Sum- 78 4 BEDROOM unfurnished house for rent, 2 baths. 23S Unroln. HH 96 FOR SALE 1»0 Bulck, 4 dftur Sudan, 1125. 7H 2-BIl duplex, •deroratml, unfurn., llvlnurunm. utility room, »,i blonk elementary school. Call 7B2-1396 _ , 1-BE11ROOM furnnlshed ««rag» apartment, air conditioned, cable, carpet. $60 mo. Call 762-1SWJ 78 FOR RENT Jrbfdroom home, unfurnished, • condition clean, 1«H Wallac*. 7W- >7 or 7<tt-<HM re KOH 8AtE 9-bedroDnt brick, Hi bath*, den 4 fireplace, drapes, carpet throughout, 14 Sandy Lane. CsJ| alter t P.M. weekdays. 76.V78?* games. SATURDAY 10:30 a.m. Men's Shuffle board league at Youth Center. 1-5 p.m. Swimming at Potter Park Pool. 13 p.m. Swimming at Hillcrest Park Pool. 3-5 p.m. Swimming at Hillcrest Park pool. 5-10 p.m. League Base ball games. 8 p.m. Tean Dance at Youth Center. that he had passed away on'ner and Mrs. Hazel Raydon of June 2fl in a California hospital, j San Bernardino, California Kary left immediately for Las j were in Elida last week leeing Cruces, where lie joined hispid friends, and also made a daughter, Mrs. Frank Salopek, strip to the Elida cemetery. The and later left by plane from i two women are sister* and E! Paso to California. Mrs. J.Mrs. Horney is the wife of the Wall's 1 brother, Wesley Myers late Paul Horney whose ranch accidents are now convalescing jof Clovis also left immediately'holdings was formerly east of at their home. Mr. Baker was dragged some distance by a tractor which he had been driving, and received a head wound and bad bruises. Mrs. Baker fell and broke her arm, several days 1 after Mr. Baker's accident. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Curry and Dyanne went to Lubbock Sunday. Dyanne was returning to Texas Tech. Mr. and Mrs. Curry visited Mr. Curry's brother, who is still hospitalized following surgery. He is reported to be improving. H. M. Gilbert, who has been hospitalized at the West Plains Hospital during an attack of the flu was able to return home Wednesday. Mrs. Nell Lyles and Mrs. Susie Chester of Turkey, Texas visited at the H.M.Gilbert home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Brogden are the parents of a son, born for California. lElida, known as the Horney whose family lives in Elida for and was in the fill- ter of Rev. and Mrs. Keith Bonny, was the guest of honor of her fourth birthdav this week.i many , .... . , Her cake was a beautifully !! n « f al L°" fbusi . nes!f ^'^ mov " decorated butterfly-shaped, le'ei" 1 * to California cream and cake were served to Mrs - Anna (Beal > Dcan of Lov Mr. and Mrs. Mar E?an, Ran- '^ to n a™* Mrs - Velj " a (Mc - dy, Songa and Ron Egan, Cyn-l Cra > M Stockley of Roswell pass- thia and Bill Bonny, Rick Stone ied through Elida and stopped June 16 at the South Hospital. Mrs. Rachel King of Lubbock was at Sudan this week looking after her property. Mrs. Kittg and her parents. Mrs. J. H. Hathcock of Elida received a telephone call on Thursday, from a brother, Mr. Wash Hathcock, of Pure e 11, Oklahoma, informing him of the recent death of another brother, John Hathcock, age 77, who had passed away in Mounds, Okla. Word was received in Elida recently by Mrs. Frank Osborn and Mrs. Z. E. Hathcock, of the serious illness of their brother, Lloyd Dolby, who is in a Dallas hospital. His wife Ruby and sister, Mrs. Est h e r Plains McRorey of Dallas, informed them, that he had suffered a light heart attack. They relate that he had had a tooth extracted and some reaction occurred, at the Jim Swagerty's for a short visit one day last week. Mrs. Wesley Cooper underwent sxirgery at the Roosevelt General Hospital recently. She 4, was dig missed on Monday. Up A Blind Alley? A LOST Ad Win lead YouOuti WHO-0-0-0 Who, "who, who... but you! Isn't it time you had your entire insurance program checked by a professional counselor? 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