Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 15, 1966 · Page 7
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 7

Clovis, New Mexico
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Sunday, May 15, 1966
Page 7
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•'" kK*a£$fl 1 "r.^-^j Workshop Set At Eastern PORTALES - A two-day audio-visual workshop for members of the New Mexico Department of Education will be conducted May 19-20 by Joseph Place, audio-visual librarian at Eastern Sea Level Best Lung Therapy Cargo Piles Border Conference Opens In ALBUQUERQUE Association Association auditorium in Santa Fe. fessor of medicine at the Uni- — Dr. j lions to the Society In clinical - sessions which were sent to SANTA FE (UPI) 'private office's from ho'* fat-x-'of the assembly's ico Friday -began mpeftngs frt'cornfrifttee.'• fmd ttto <jpf?rt8ffft of State and jwsz of ^antft Pe, eNhftftWan M. Camptoft " Repfesentatltes meet tfl versjt of Mexjc() School of Medicine, said the best therapy in some cases of lung disease is to get the patient down to sea level. Speaking before members of the New Mexico Medical Socie- Captain Shirley A. Kuhl7 ajty in Albuquerque Thursday. Air Force Nurse Attends Meeting Presbyterian Hospital in Albuquerque and St. Vincent's Hospital at Santa Fe by a special remote control telephone hook- member of the 832nd Tactical Hospital at Cannon AFB, attended the 37th Annual Aerospace Medical Association meeting in Las Vegas, Nev. Captain Kuhl, a member of the U. S. Air Force Nurse Corps, was among 400 active duty and reserve officers of the Air Force Medical Service who participated in a series of programs on the latest advancements in the medical aspects of aviation and space travel. Finley said he is not advocating that everyone, who suffers lung disease be removed from high altitude areas, but he said (doctors should consider recom- | mending this "if all else fails." Persons with emphysema, a chronic lung disease, should suffer considerably less at sea level than at high altitude, hej said, because at sea level they would have more oxygen in i California. Mexico, w i thiAlbuquctque officials from Mexican and Uni-i state employes on the JunKet SANTA FE (UPI)—Campaign!'^ States border states tn 1 a y i were Development flimsier Ktf* — ^ _' . *' *i>v***A *' -* - t _ i_ * . ^_ *t_^. *, *M. u i » .' «F ** »'»-, .li_ Hl*i_^ <.>_j.^_ expenses for David F. Cargo of:a° wn P 1an s f° r the Jtmelbert J. Hoffman, Miss Mary . Albuquerque this week wet e 1 2-1-23 border state? confenrnceifjranham, recently appointed formtjlate protnotltfftal j^lani btisiriess, Ifetde artd along the bofder area. filed with the Secretary of• in Santa Fe. State's office in Santa Fe. total- j Inc u, dcd ln u, e up. Dr. R. P. Beaudette, Raton, outgoing president of the society, welcomed delegates to the genera] meeting Thursday. their blood. Dr. Finely was one of four Quotes From The News By United Press International PRINCETON, N.J. ident Johnson, in an reply to Sen. J. - Pres- obvious William physicians making Know Your Hospital prescntat-i Fulbri g nl ' s charge that the United States was becoming arrogant with power: "The exercise of power In this century has meant for the United States not. arrogance but agony. We have used our power not willingly and recklesly— ever—but always reluctantly and with restraint.'" NEW HOPE FOR ALL AGES Many conditions, once fatal or permanently disabling, are now corrected in almost routine fashion at the hospital. Surgery on the newborn often is employed to remedy defects that •.will remain repaired through life. Even the 60-, 70- and 80-year-olds receive life- giving treatment for a host of complex conditions which were once given up as hopeless, Published to rnrniiragf public appreciation and support fnr CLOVIS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SAN FRANCISCO—The Rt. Rev. James A. Pike, explaining his decision to resign as Episcopal bishop of California to devote his life to studying the "paradox" of the church: "I have, over recent years, been devoting an increasing amount of my time, attention and energy to finding a means of presenting the faith in away which is more relevant to contemporary man.'" ing $936.80 — $564 less than his opponents $1.500. Cargo, winner in last week's GOP primary election for the office of governor, listed his expenses as $585 to a printing; firm. $200 for rent for campaign; headquarters, and $151.80 for, campaign hats. | Clifford F. Ilawley. who lostj to Cargo, listed expenses at; $1.200 for billboards and $3001 for radio and television advertisements. Other campaign expenses for| other candidates were listed as: —Fabian Chavez, $170, winner 1 in the Democratic race for lieu-i tenant governor. | —Jack Jones, $383.01, who lost to Chavez. j —Schuble C. Cook, GOP can-; didate for Congress, $139.22, un-i opposed. j — Mrs. Louise Buntly, GOP Candidate for secretary of state, $43.49, unopposed. State laws provide that a 11 candidates seeking district, state or federal offices must file campaign expenses with the secretary of the state following elec- I tions. acting tourist director, «nd Mexico ^ Mrs Ernestine Kvarts, admtois delegation were"Dr.~Ralph'to-'trath* secretary to 06v. -Jat* ouimAL ADSt itsm Architect School To Open Soon ARTESIA- The proposed Col- which expects WASHIINGTON—Former Assistant Secretary of Labor Daniel P. Moynihan. fanning the| to for casscs ()d 10 has flames of the traffic safety ^ architccttira firm, controversy with a searing Kenneth Underation, college ^business manager, said there .,„. ... , .. . $ull be no major changes in do The industry ,s, for its size • . f buildings under incomparably the most proiita- cofenstruction P indictment of the nation's auto i industry: ble enterprise in the world. These profits are drenched in blood." lie said Dysart and Milcham, Roswell architects, will replace Shaver and Co. of Salina, Kan. ..Underation said the Kansas firm has asked for termination of their contract with the college. Under construction ere one multi-classroom building and a kitchen. Foundations are being prepared for two dormitory buildings. lie also said an estimated 1500 college catlogues have |)aen mailed to prospective students. At the present time, 161 applications for enrollment have been received. Of these, 53 prospective students have sent a $50 deposit, Underation said. 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The visitors will hear a talk i on New Mexico tourism and receive literature on the state at a Santa Fe luncheon. Later they will visit ghost towns in southern Santa Fe County eu- route to Albuquerque. 3159-13 CO««y*l6NT TERMS J E W fS ]U E R 8 AMERICA s U8GEST atWJUM H*. 7<i:M7<il CONGRATULATE THE GRADUATE IT'S TIME TO REMEMBER GRADUATION CARD CORNER SM MAIN ST. ONTGOMERY W A R D #tf 41» v M '„; . "^ "•**•-«>* ' '-/ v i ;, f * i DINETTE SETS (A) MODERN—Foahi*-cusnioned swivel chairs With vinyl-coated fabric in black and simulated walnut, 42 ' walnut-textured, plastic-top table. 00 CONTEMPORARY—Rich walnut-finish harcf- \voods. 42" plastic-top table extends to 54" with leaf. Vinyl-covered, foam*-padded chairs. 0 SOLID MAPLE COLONIAL-42" table with mar-resistant plastic top doubles as a game table; extends to 54". Vinyl-covered, padded chairs. *kVorA Job.r»if»d pof/vrtrfiam foam YOUR CHOICE MO MONEY DOWN yj^* 1 "' 'i lew! priced sofa Sleep ^BPBPI^^^^ J|-^SP ^^BH^^^^^I^^W fllRWIB^^^p

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