Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 13, 1966 · Page 8
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 8

Clovis, New Mexico
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Friday, May 13, 1966
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r iiinty Candidates Stay On Money County Clerk Angellne Thursday 6 run in ttnist have thett €Jfp€fl36 repotts filed In her flftlete by 6 p.m. today. None of the candidates filing reports so far have gone over their expense allowance. Those fillftg as of Thursday afternoon Included: — Democrats: State Hep., John W. Miller, $55.76, Dave Norvell, $46.40, Frank Foster, $76.82; County Cofnm., Johnny Elliott, $38, Ralph StanfleW, none; County Clerk, Angeline Stanley, $63.72; Treasurer, Tillie Olson Shaw, $41.40; Assessor, Orady Tucker, $51.85; Sher- iff, W. J. Walden, $80.52, T. A. Harden, $216, Nelson Worley, $145.84; Probate Judge, John S. Weber, none; Justices of the Peace, Sam Lewis, none, A. C. Otenfl, none, W. D. Gattis, none, Sterling Price Martin, none, Wandel Massey, none. —Republicans: State Rep. Moyt Pattison, $103.50, Howard Williamson, $132.$; County Comm., Spence Hall, $36.40, Olin Firestone, $84.40, Elmer White, none; County Clerk, Evelyn Wagner, $68.90; Treasurer Fran- ces M. tiles, $86.64; Assessor, B. Lyman, $53.35; Sheriff, James Priest, $58.50; Probate Judge, Walter Zuber, none. WIMv. •ft*,. Local News Clotn* Features Page 8, CLOV1S NEWS-JOURNAL, Friday, May 13, 1966 Rifle Club Returns Site To City Use CCCKY? UNLUCKY? Who's afraid of a ladder, especially when you have eight rabbit's feet to protect you? Cindy YVWJace, the daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Max Wallace, has four" bunnies which she and fieV sisters found near their Free Swim Lessons Ready For Registry City Youth Recreation Director, Bob Stephens, and Secretary of the Clovis YMCA, Clarence grandparents'home. The lit-1 Jones, have announced a Free fleTjackrabbits were "adopt-jLearn-To-Swim Campaign. and are now safely out The three free courses of five of the garden of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chick Taylor, Sr. (Staff Photo by Imogene Baumgart) classes each will be held May 30, June 6 and June 13. Classes will begin at 8:30 a.m. and be completed by 11:30 a.m. at both Public Record : * Hospital NotCS ounces at 10:40 p.m. Thursday THURSDAY ADMISSIONS at Memorial Hospital. Jeanene Grisham, 212 Cactus, Marriage Licenses medical Mattie Rushing, Box 802, medical -..Thomas E. Pranks, Portales, surgery ;.Janet J. Dever, Portales, sur- Owen, Portales, gery Nannie M. surgery Calvin G. Harvey, McAlister,. medical "John 1 Klassen, St. Vrain, accident gsquiel G .Maes, 112 S. Delta, surgery Carolyn Gray, Portales, sur- Kenneth F. Reed, 2913 Harrison, accident P-eggy Hicks, Muleshoe, Tex., surgery William Aragon, Clovis, accident THURSDAY DISMISSALS: 2Eona M, Blount, 509 Connelly Mrs. Rod Doak and baby girl, Portales Patsy Greigo, 1417 S. Prince " Andrew C. Hillis, 1214 S. Lea 'Virginia F. Kirk, Farwell, Tex Joe D. Lowe, Albuquerque Edna McClesky, 713 E. Fifth Scema B. McGill, 1208 Mitchell Rita Masten, Portalei Robert Reed, 600 Lea Pablo Rodiquez, 702 Ross Charlotte Shay, 1204 Oak Congratulations To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kiingensmith of 511 E. llth on the»birth of a son weighing eight pounds seven and one • fourth Clayton B i r d i n e, 50, and Georgie Mae Ford, 47, both of Earth, Tex. Joseph M. Gioodt, 17, Belleville, 111., and Barbara LAnn Hib don, 16, Amarillo, Tex. Divorces Saddle Martinez and Joe Martinez. Jeff C. Ralney and Margaret Louise Rainey Margie Scorggins and L. D. Scroggins. Priscilla Kilmer and Dennis Kilmer. Ilillcrest Park and Potter Pools. Classes will be for all age children from grades 1 through 12. Girls and boys will be in classes with yougsters of the the same age and sex if possible. Each class will be limited to only eight students therefore the number of children accepted will be limited. Registration for rclasses w 11 be May 14 and May 21 from 1 to 3 p.m. at both pools. Registration for classes will volunteer swimming instructor: to register to instruct by calling the YMCA office 762-3198 or by coming by 1221 Main between 8 and 12 a.m. Those seeking additional 1 n formation may call the YMCA office, 762-3198 Vandalism, Theft Cases Reported Thefts and vandalism in pri- /ate yards topped the blotter oday as three such incidents vere turned in. C. M. Glenn, 108 Edwards, told officers he ,aw two teen-agers take a sprinkler from his lawn and leave the area in a 1954 vehicle. The item was valued at $4.95. A similar theft was reported by Charles Wynne, 820 Connelly. J. A. Baran, 1408 Pile, said apparently vandalism was involved in the cutting of his hose while was left in the back yard, alue of the destroyed hose as estimated at $20. Vandalism was also the ap- arent cause in the destruction f some scaffold boards in the •arkway Shopping District. Carl loach, '3008 North Prince, said nev were valued at $60. An attempted burglary oc- :urred at Park Grocery, accord Chief Rhodes Honored At Elk State Cooncil The Fraternal Order of Eagles Clovis Aerie 3245 will host a State Council Meeting, Saturday, 1:30 p.m. followed by a dinner dance in the Aerie Hall at 611 Industrial Site. The dinner will be served from six to eight p.m. Odell Parish, guest speaker will present a talk on behalf of the Youth Ranch. Highlighting Law Enforcement Month, L. L. Rhodes, Chief of the Clovis Police Department, will receive an award from the Fraternal Order of Eagles, commending his department. Dinner music will be played by Hector Carrasco at the electric organ and music for dancing by Dave and the Cowtown Cowboys. City Patrolman Resigns Post City Patrolman Harvey Rolan 30, has resigned from the Clovi Police Department and accepte a job as a heavy equipment op erator with a construction firm Police Chief Lawrence Rhode today said Rolan, a patrolma here six months, gave salary a the reason for quitting. Rola formerly was an Amarillo, Tex policeman who came here from the Dumas, Tex., area. Rhodes said he planned to con duct interviews today to fill th single vacancy in his department Markets Clovii Livestock CLOVIS n T PJ.rsr>A> -novls livestock Cattlis l.oua .MarkM not reporlde. Hous li'fc). KHI-IDUS. Kills and sows sti>a dy. U.S. Nu.-l.'i 2()i>-'.Mii Ib 1-3 isn-isii Ib mid L'.Mi-rro ib 22-2:1 1-3 :tulKX»l .,-. New York .Am P:i'i "ni'. ; ----Am TiT f>Vsj mi "» Am, 33 «i off ' 4 Ali'liiMMi XI'-, »H , Wi-ih Stoel :K\ off liic-intf A 13S off J ' k t'l'lani'se 7"> off '. i'hi.v.sler 41'i "f. Ones S\c Wt "It font Oil *>j'.' I'rown Zel •!> 'i ----- * *-» ov,.^ ng to Mrs. Bessie Bass. She said someone removed the screen from a window at P a r k Grocery, and broke open a window to gain entry. Damage was placed at $10 but no items were reported taken. CAR THEFTS J C. Vasey, El Paso, told police someone broke into his 1965 puto while parked at the noli day Inn. Twelve stereo tapes valued at $60, were taken. Damage to the broken vent window was placed at $10. \ pistol was taken from a ca while parked at Carrasco's Bar 810 West Grand, according tc Frank Pena, 119 Thornton. Police also reported the find ing of either an abandoned o stolen 1951 vehicle on West Bra dy The registered owner could not be located. Police have the incident under Investigator pending the finding of the own • The only other incident con cerned a possible breaking am entering or vandalism at n Herb The report was made by L. E.' Slaughter,^12_Connelly, 2 Geese Killed; 3 Youths Held Three Portales youths were reported in custody at Portales to day in connection with the killing of two geese at Ilillcrest Park in Clovis. Police Chief Lawrence Rhode: said a Clovis resident telephonec about midnight Thursday to re port youths had attempted t( hurl a dead goose at a passing vehicle on Brady Street. Rhode, said further checking reveale< the youths were in an auto wit! Roosevelt County license plates Portales Girl Off To Florida Beauty Show A Portales coed, Susan Franz, leaves today for the "Miss U.S.A." contest where she will compete with other beauties for the title. Susan, the 19-year-old "Miss New Mexico", is the daughter of Portales Chamber of Commerce Manager a y m on d E. Franz and is a freshman at ENMU. She competed for the title at Eastern along with three other coeds. Earlier in the year, Susan was named "Miss Playmate". She is five feet, nine inches tall, and has blond hair and blue eyes. In addition to the title of "Miss Jew Mexico", Susan won a cash rize and an all expense paid rip to Miami Beach, Fla., to he "Miss U.S.A." contest which vill be held Friday night. Comissioners Favor Use By All Clovisites er. _ AS fr num^y-raising project milk shakes during the entke day. Members of the Jay- of Greeae Acres Park, a club pro- cees will be acting as car-hops for the day. Practicing the Jww 0Jwu3afcer of Commerce, A. C. taking of an order are Bob Echols, Jaycee President; Jan of the Waxy Drm-JbL will donate all of Brooks, a customer; and Don Alexander, Jaycees second llSI today, May 15, for malts and viw-presiOent. (Slafi Photo by M&g ScJucuitz) Four Attend National BSA Council Meet Four Clovta men are delegates to the 56th annual meeting of the National Council of Boy Scouts of America. The delegates from Clovis who will be attending are Robert Upton, Ray Robertson Robert Goss and Ed McCutche son, who will be among the mor than 2,500 delegates from the 5 states. . The two-day convention, wnic is being held Thursday and Fri day in Dallas, Tex., will be hel at the Statler Hilton Hotel wit banquets in the Apparel Mart one of Dallas' newest and mos modern buildings. The meeting, one of the larg est ever held by the Conquista^o Council, will hold workshops an business session, capped by a awards banquet at which pres entation of Silver Buffal Awards for distinguished natior al service to youth will be made Church Women To Hold Dinner The Women of Patterson Mem orial Church will sponsor southern style friend chicke dinner in the basement of th First Methodist Church Frida evening beginning at 5 p.m. Plates will be $1.25 for adult and 75 cents for children, ac cording to Rev. S. J. Polk, pas tor. City Commissioners acted on a request by the Clovis Rifle and Pistol Club that the City Running Water Draw Board assume operation of the area previously utilized by the Clovis Rifle and Pistol Club. Commissioners agreed to the request and will allow use of the area for the target shooting public and others. A box-car, which had been used as a storage place by the Club for targets and other equipment, goes with the turn-back. One other box-car goes witu the arrangement. It will cost some $425 (including transport to the site). Commissioners felt that the added box-car would be of great use when the dam site tand recreation area is built in the near vicinity. Commissioners felt that when the recreation was completed, use of the rifle range would have to be restnct- d or shut down. In other board action, a re- uest by Hiram Dearman to open , cabinet shop on East Second treet met with zoning requirements and was approved by the lommissioners. The building is t present owned by Tom Duran )f Clovis. It had at one time been used as a dance hall. Frith At A Flower... b OBI How, That Suit or Press Can Be Worn Tonigbt or Sunday, if You let Us Have It By 3 P M. Saturday. SPARKLE CLEANERS 412 C9ouM*c« Way WANTED: STATION AH Y BIKE for physical therapy treatment. Call 95 FOR SALE: 1— 10 x 45 —Trailer House. 1— 17 x 8 —Camper -300S Thornton. Two rezoning changes were recommended by the Zoning Board and adopted in Commis sion action. The north side o last 7th east to Sycamore wa: re-zoned from two-family dwell ing to local retail district one p .. .. , iji i'uini.» iirw »'i»t i«r* n« n» «nfc The other action changed the j n carport. $«u mo. r»u_7< extreme northern portion ofil Highway 18 (Acuff Sub-Division) from residential to central busi- *>«. ness district. The Commissioners voted unanimously to accept bids by Wade's Sporting Goods to furnish Little League equipment, ^otal amount of purchases $1,212.05. Central Sporting ^oods was approved on another )id for two sets of Hollywood bases totaling $65.76. City Manager Marvin Hass recommended that bids re :eived 'or washed rock for street seal- ng purposes be rejected. A new bids would be asked for a slurry seal material. Cochran Sentenced In Shooting TUCUMCARI (Staff) — Billy Joe Cochran, Clovis man convicted in the shooting death of a Dora man, today was sentenced to two-to-ten years in the State Penitentiary. Dist. Judge J. V. Gallegos handed down the sentence at 10:45 a.m. today in the Tenth District Courtroom here. Cochran was convicted of voluntary manslaughter in the death of Troyce Gene Hays in Clovis last December. Too Late To Classify THR 2.K2 \V. 7lh Due to new and other business Inlor- psts we wish to anniiunc'p that we are closing The Outage SUNDAY NIGHT, Miiy 1.Mh. We wish to take this opportunity to (hunk our many friends In Cluvis, Cannon and suiToiimlnlg areas for Iheir wonderful support and patronage (turine these past ID years. We are proud that our interesls are keeping us in Clovls and that we shall be nWe to roniinue our rivlc interests In behalf of f'lnvis and Curry County, a wonderful and growing community. Thank you so much! —Alice Converse—Myllle Cihak FRESHLY PAINTKD ?.RR. unfuni. hmtso. very me,., with carpet & drapes. Plumbed fur washer, \vltvd for elec. stovp. Has attached Riiraee, fenced hack yard. 2!»w Sheldon, TtilKi.Hi.'l after 5:30 'l'.M. or "HiMti^S. -» .18 CI.OVIS PLACEMENT STEN'O. sh. L'l-'J.'l TOPS T.'2 Avfoll TfiS-SHIB 60 CHF.V. 2-DR. H-Top. Sports Coupe, large motor, standard trans., S79:>. -1119 Georgia. After 6 P.M., all duy Sun. pr. 7fi2-137r>. 78 NICE 4-RM. Fl'HN'ISHKD HOUSE. 1117 Ash. Inquire 18(n Prince. *i>5 Per Mo. 53 7S NICK, CI.KAN 2-BK. furn. hiniMi, : rcmcl., new e»rpe.t In living room, Hosed FLOOK KKKVICK — STUII'IMXO 4 7S AIIM.ER'S BPN'OAI-OW HOATK3, S20n 1'hnrr. 1, 'J. & :i lirs.. funi., cnrpct air rond., some with carports &- narasr l-Vnri'il yards. n>ul<l furn. waKhing ma rhino. With or without )>]IK. Ph. 7B.l-7.i!» 17 .MONEY WANTED: mono with Infpirit: at 7 c i- per annum. S<vuri'd hy 1st mun- gaif on nimmcrrml properly valued at SriO.OilO. .lorry Nash. 7i>.'!-7 i:>.i. rmt S.M.I': nv OWVF.H, 3-lii'ilnmm house, 'j-car Kiinm*, JOttl H. Vurra — I'll. 7IB-2IJI. FOR RF.XT: TRR., 1 v , hath, air rond., ranwt, ilrapi's. fenced. Goiid rond, I'h. 7H2-li;'J8 '•. EXTRA LARGE, nicely turn. 1-Hr?, apts. I'ancU'd. air rond.. TV, hills ;H|. Washer, lenced. NO PETS. 1 Bahj. 762-OOT1. PLYMOUTH DIVISION CHRYSLER 1 Announcing Plymouth Fuiy Silver Special Success Salel We've made a good thing better. Now, the Silver Special the same special car at the same special price... ' available in 5 colors. tn if lute, you stiM get to big package of extroi os sjjjnsi^ 4 equipment: • whitewali* • dtkixi wppei 1 dwr molding! v t racial wheel cov«/« t Ww>, oil-vinyl initritf oi\d 4ak ... ic Uut Se* your Plymouth Dealer far spetiol buy$ ... a gr^t car by Chrysler Cofporgtion MOTORS, Utt. 620 EAST FIRST

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