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May 11, 1966

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 14

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Service fi^OB. Tex. x ^, fit Ma* 13. Mcdore, Of Mrs. Afflne D. Old' N,W, 12th, Oklahoma basic training at Fort Bliss, Tex., Is now a member of Headquarters and Company A of the division's 123d Maintenance Battalion. He entered (he Army in 'February of this year. McCltire is a 1962 graduate of Northwest Classen High School McClure, ifves Portales. fit „«„ i.t, ~, . ---o-completed|in Oklahoma City, Okla, His fa- 'A.>.^.l.* te .. ra ,. g *..M t , t . t ., , .jA.njMtuMHfc.^M...^,.. - . DON'T WAIT * . . CALL IN ORDER OVER INTERCOM, INDICATE IF CHANGE IS NEEDED . . . DRIVE TO PICKUP WINDOW . . YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY, Prince Lounge & Package Goods 200 N. Prince 762-1822 'liter, M. A. 11018 W. 14th COMPLETE BASIC TRAINING SAN ANTONIO, Te*. - Air man Orville 0. Child, son of Mrs. Rose Child of Port Simmer, has been assigned to Ellsworth JAFB, S.D., after completing Air Force basic training. The airman, a 1963 graduate of Mission High School, San Francisco, will be trained on the job as an air policeman with the Strategic Air Command. ABOARD CAPR1CORNUS USS CAPRICORNUS (AKA- 57) - Chief Electrician's Mate Frank Williams Jr., USN, son of Mrs. Alta P. Williams of 1009 Lea St., is serving aboard the attack cargo ship USS Capri- cornus, a unit of the A 11 a n- tic Fleet Amphibious Force. His ship is homeported In Norfolk, Va, COMPLETES TRAINING FORT GORDON, GA. (AH- tTNC) - Pvt. Robert K. Ross, whose wife, Mary, lives at 208 N. Eighth St., Santa Rosa, N.M., Control AM On Predators Requested A R T1S IA - Net? Mexico heepmen were urged Saturday 0 push for retention of federal rograms for pfedatof control espite the opposition of some onservation groups. Hi Overton of Yeso, vice pres- dent of the National wool Grow- rs Association, urged New Mex- co wool growers to urge their ongressmen to retain the pred- tor controls. Overton was one of the featur- d speakers at the quarterly meeting of the New Mexico Wool Growers, Inc. Chaves County took top honors 1 the 4-H wool judging contest eld in conjunction with the meeting. Chaves County teams won oth the junior and senior divi* ions. Mike Harshey of Hagerman was high individual in senor division while Paul Brown f San Juan County was top jun- or scorer. UNM Fiesta Last Big Campus Fling Of Year fftaata tV>« final j»Bw>«...««nij^ Fiesta, the final campuswide celebration of the academic year at the University of New Mexi- ... r 1« • .. • , . *.. . .. W. Y. Fowler, extension econ, mist with New Mexico State completed eight weeks of mili^University, predicted a great tary police training at the Army farm and ranch food boom in OPEN 6:00 P.M. •RASPUTIN' AT 0:15 & 0:30! 'REPTILES' AT 8:05 ONLY I iH IE KB OF El! , Ttommmi *s mam OF OBOE/ GIVEN TOGUrSMOQALStUKtl NOW THE ASTOUNDING TRUTH Training Center at Fort Gordon Ga., May 6. Ross's training Included Instruction in civil and military law, traffic control, map read ing, prisoner - of • war control and self defense. The 24-year-old soldier entered the Army hi December 1965 and received basic training at Fort Bliss, Tex. He is a 1960 graduate of Santa Rosa High School and attended Lubbock Christian College. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tho mas R. Ross, live in Santa Rosa. LA FONDA THROUGH SATURDAY SHOWTIME 7:15 s*r:aa *».:J.r i :.?y \, -SHOWTIMES— 1:30-3:506:10. 8:30! sr - ACADEMY AWARD WINXEB MARTIN BALSAM BEST ACTOR IX A BUPl'OKTINU ROLE! ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATION "BEST PICTURE OF YEAR" m « •• i s i - •-' cv. Wi^Y:S.;r »" L•'•"••'«•.*:-IV',• \M^$^-<^<^ : - r#j?&^<6£&ti '-ii <M& he United States. "The start of It Is now, not I er," he said. "It will build up bigger over the next few years and, with some dips, continue Indefinitely." Abe M. Pena, state wool growers president, said he favored merging of the sheep and cattle sanitary boards into one board. Wool growers officers reported they are considering holding their annual convention in Santa Fe in January when the legislature is in session. Gov. Campbell Lauds Sandia Peak Tramway ALBUQUERQUE — Gov. Jack M. Campbell lauded the foresight which brought the "mountains to the people" as he cut a ribbon at the base of the Sandia Mountains Saturday to open the 2.7-mile, $1.7 million Sandia Peak Tramway. Then, he and other dignitaries boarded a gondola to make the first "official" trip to the summit aboard the cable transportation system. Launching operation of the tram was Elizabeth Nordphaus, 23 - year - old daughter of the firm's president, Robert J. Nordhaus. She whacked a bottle of champagne against the dignitary - packed gondola, sending it on the way to the 10,378-foot summit. Hundreds Attend Several hundred persons turned out in record 90-degree weather to witness the ceremony at the lower terminal of the tram. Among those praising the tram and the "impact it will have on recreation and tourism" in New Mexico were former Gov. Tom 3olack of Farmington and Pat Murray, supervisor of Cibola Vational Forest, on which the tram is located. Other dignitaries Included Sandia Peublo Lt. Gov. Philip Lauriana, television actor Macdonald Carey and city commissioners Ralph Trigg, Pete Domenici, John Gurule and Harry Kinney, and Robert Burgan, city recreation director. Engineering Feat Ben L. Abruzzo, vice president and general manager of the tram, praised the contractors for the engineering feat that will provide year-round access for tourists and skiers to the summit. Previously, the only route was on the east side of the mountain on NM-44. The tram will be open today from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. It will operate on a weekend schedule until Memorial Day. The schedule is Friday evenings from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. On May 31 the tram will begin a seven - day a-week schedule from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. at, me tJJtivcl 31 tj Ul iiGW JVlCXl- ^ **>-**•* **»• *"*• - 1 " » ioi« i * co, will be in full swing May dcncc nal1 from J1 a - m - to l P•> 20-21. follower! hv a rnflr-n at HIP Sh The theme of this year's Western celebration is "Viva la Fiesta." Activities will get under way May 18, with a Western dance in the Student Union Ballroom, including judging of the beard growing contest. On next day's activities will include the election of fiesta king and queen, a style show featuring Western garb in Ho- kona residence hall at 7 p.m., and a mariachi serenade at 11 p.m., also at Hokona. The campus will take on a distinctive Western flavor May 20, when all students on the campus are advised to wear Western outfits or be jailed. At 3 p.m. a street dance will be held and coronation of fiesta royalty will take place at 6 p.m. in Johnson Gymnasium. Friday evening's festivities will include a midway at 7 p.m., at the State Fairgrounds, and a dance featuring the music of Hank Thompson and his Brazos Valley Boys, from 9 p.m. to midnight at the Fairgrounds Coliseum. Saturday will be a holiday on the campus with all classes dismissed. Games and contests will be held beginning at 10 a.m. at followed by a rodeo at the Sheriffs Posse Arena. The "We Five" folk and popular music group will appear in concert at 8 p.m. in the gymna-, slum. The Western dance begin-j ning at 10 p.m. in the SUB willj be the last activity of the fiesta weekend. Zimmerman Field. A barbecue will be held at Mesa Vista rcsi- ;,t Warranty Deeds Quit-Claim Deed, to ftexalyn Cooper Kendall to C. W. Hudon, et ux, lot 27, 28, 29 of block ; 1 of Brownhorn addition to Mel- iose. j Allen I. Reid, et ux, to Minnie Slitter, lot three of block two (if sub-division of tract 12 of Jvhneler-Garrett addition. George M. Murphy, special. ... — — Master, to Northside Savings j vista addition unit three. Jank lot 12 of block six of Rod- Bertha Mildred R h west 36.1 feet of Lincoln Pafk addition. J- J - Morris, et ux, to fcofl- aid E. Wolff, et ux, lot one of block il of unit one of Alti Vista Addition. First Federal Savings and Loan to Leon E. fialfour, et ux, lot seven of block 13 of AltH to V. A. Pierce, et ux Crasn Victims Out Of Hospital WASHINGTON (UPI) — Pilot Incapacitation from a combination of alcohol and carbon monoxide caused the fatal crash of a private plane at Fort Stock-, ton, Tex., last Nov. 8, the Civil] Aeronautics Board (CAB) reported today. Both occupants, pilot Jack D. Birdwell and passenger Wayne II. Smith of Coleman, Tex., were killed when their plane dove to the ground on a flight trom Marfa to Coleman. S Adchtlon - . . , Jack F. Hopkins, et ux, to! east quarter of section 18, Jeanne Klindera, tract 27 less ship five range 33. ADAMS GONCKETE CO. Area's Oldest & Largest • Rejwly Mix Concrete • Cement Finishing • Jllch Morliir, Snnd And Gravel And Steel SW ol Underpass O M2-1712 I said, "Show me a filter cigarette that really delivers taste and I'll eat my hat!" ENTERTAINMENT 8 MAY 12-22 A Man goes places when he wears Famous Brands Hart Schaffner & Marx Here's a helpful tip for the man who's going places: take along a suit from our HS&M collection for spring and summer. Light In weight, strong on wear. Wrinkles shake out - even on steamy days. You stay cool, your suit stays neat. Credit Hart Schaffner & Marx tailors with a skillful assist. They see to It that the look and fit you buy are yours for keeps. Wherever you're headed this summer, pay us a visit first. Travel's a breeze in a HS&M suit. $89.50 up It's Brand Names Week May 12-22 COMFIOCNC E BRAJ^D, NAMES "TfiiCMXM Arrow Dectolene Shirts Short Sleeve . . 8.00 McGregor Scotset . . 5.00 & up Stetson Straw Hats . . 5.95 & up Jockey Shorts .. 1.25 & up Crosby Square Shoes . . 14.95 & up Pendleton Jackets . . 28.95 & up Hickock Belts & Costume Jewelry 1.50 & up Esquire Socks . . $1 & up McGregor Blazers . . 39.95 & up El Derado Sport Coats . . 27.50 Hart Schaffner & Marx & Curlee Slacks .. 14 .95 to 29.50 Hicks X-Press No Iron Slacks . . 5.95 & up After-Six Dinner Jackets 32,50 & up Pleetway Pajamas . . 4.25 & up Paris Tricot Knit PJ's . . 8.95 & up Leonardo Strassi Banlon Shirts . . 7,95 & up Wemble Ties . * 1.50 & up Paris Tricot Knit Underwear 2.50 & up Caialina Swimwear . . 5.00 & up MeGregor Bermuda Shorn 6.00 & up Tom Sawyer Suits, Size 6 to 2012,95* up Sport Shirts.. 3,00 & up Sport Coots, 6 ro 20-9,95 ft up Press-Guord Slocks 5-00 ft up Bermuda Shorts,. 3.00 ft up Crosby Square Jr. Slwes 7.95 * Up Jockey Underwear Shorn 3 or &§f

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