Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 15, 1966 · Page 8
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May 15, 1966

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 8

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s In NM Museum The or* the "Witty and ttffftridWtf It fame i exhM a number of his original cartoons at the New Mexico. Museum beginning May 22. the drawings by BUI Mauldln fi native of Mountain Park, &M., has drewn a number of ctrtootJS which have triggered deep emotions for the millions who have seen his artistry for ever 26 years. These Include Ms "Willy and Joe" cartoons, which humorously dramatized the true character of the foot-sofider of World War II, tte weeping Lincoln af- ter the assassination of Presi dent Kennedy, the tearful lion mourning the death of Winston Churchill and the day by day drawings of social commentary. Mauldin studied art at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and during World War 11 served with the U.S Army's 45th Division. He later was transferred part-time to the Mediterranean edition of Stars and Stripes. He has been awarded a couple of Pulitzer Prizes for his drawings and is currently associated with the Chicago Sun Times and the St. Louis Post Dispatch. GRADUATION IDEAS When you want to mail than a card... send JEWEL GREETINGS* When you want to give more than a card.. .Jewel Greetings are ready for instant mailing! Nicest surprise on any cheerful occasion. Choice o£ 12 fine jewel greeting fftts with handsomely errfbosied greeting cards. Pre-packed for Immediate moiling... all you do is add the stamp! From $2.50 f |»D[ UUK COME TO WHERE QUALITY IS No Carrying Charge on Your Jewerly Purchase* Ten Staff Entrys Named Tops DALLAS (UPI)- New Mexi< cans fared well Friday as a multitude of awards were given out at the 17th arniual International Science Fair in Dallas. Six of the 10 representatives from New Mexico received awards. Rena Bonem of Tucumcari won an American Association of Petroleum Geologists cerlifi cate and another certificate from the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers. Scott Jenkins of Albuquerque won an American Institute of Chemical Engineers Certificate; Barbara Hanson of Albuquerque won a second prize from the American Society of Microbio- | logy and John Benge of Lov- jington won honorable mention in the same competition; Jef- jfrey S. Harris of Albuquerque ' won one of six awards from the National Space and Aeronautics Administration. Henry Garrett of Roswell won first place from the Optical Society of America and Miss Hanson and Benge won two of 10 awards given by the U.S. Atom- j ic Energy Commission. A Hereford, Tex. boy, Frank Nobles, also won an AEG award. The 10 AEC awards were given from among 57 candidates ami include expense-paid trips for the winners and their science National Laboratory near Chicago. Garrett also won a U.S. Navy award and Harris and Jenkins, both of Albuquerque won U.S. Air Force awards. Local Names In News Clovis Postmaster dhartea S. Stanfield urging eittwns who have funds on deposit in the abolished Postal Savings System to convert their holdings into United StattuBav* ings Bonds said: "Postmaster General Lawrence F, O'Brien who is chairman of the Federal Savings Bonds Campaign, has appealed to 030,000 Americans who have $286,030,000 on deposit with the Post Office Department to convert their investments into United States Savings Bonds," TO County Commission Chairman Paul Barnes comment on a reappraisal program of property in the county : "The county commissioners are in agreement on a reappraisal program but there are other things to be con sidered before the contract can be let." g on Id: " Don McAlavy, one of the coordinators for the Young Republican State Convention held In Clovis over the week end, said: "The main item of business for the Young Re publicans will be the election of new state officers and the endorsement of our candidates." (UPtK Captain Kenlofi Konneker, New Mexico Mlitary Institute German instructor, will attend an institute of ftdvinetd German in Wremen, springe, and West Berlin, Germany, from June ly- August 17. Capl Konneker has been at he Roswell institute for two /ears EL PASO CASUALTY WASHINGTON (UP!)- The Defense Department announced Army 1st Lt. Charles Klndleber• ger. son of Mr and Mrs. Harold Kindelberger, (6527 Navajo Ave El Paso, Tex., was killed in action in Viet Nam Friday. The Family Lawyer Cruety to Animals Las Cruces Budget Told LAS CRUCES (UPI) - A $9,389,000 budget for Las Cruces public schools will be presented May 20 to the Dona Ana County Commission and the Public School Finance Division for approval. The city's board of education approved the budget for the next school year Wednesday. It contains $7.1 million for current operations, $1.1 million for capital outlay and $11 million for debt service. expected student enrollment To heighten up a dull afternoon, two men tied an oil can to a dog's tail and set the oil on fire. At the time it seemed hilarious. But the men did not laugh when they were hailed into court and found guilty of cruelty to animals. Few of us today would quarrel with the court's ruling. Yet, until comparatively recent years cruelty to animals was not a crime at all. The common law did- protect the property rights of an animal's owner, but did not protect the animal itself Thus: Suppose A abused B's horse B, having suffered an injury to lis property, could collect damages from A. But suppose B abused his own horse. Or suppose the horse was a stray, with no owner to toe concerned. Then the law kept silent. Nothing stayed the brutal Tiand. But if the common law did not condemn, common decency finally did. In a striking shift of public opinion, cruelty to animals - in itself - has now been branded everywhere as a crime. Economics has nothing to do with it. When a man was fined for turning an old horse out to starve, the court spoke not ot the dollar value of the horse but of the moral outrage to one of God's creatures. True, we may still inflict harm Accused Burglars Tried, One Freed, One Convicted ALBUQUERQUE (UPI) - A federal judge Friday directed a Jury to acquit a Hobbs man charged with burglarizing a Hobbs savings and loan office last Jan. 12 — but the Jury convicted a second man charged with the same offense. U.S. Judge Howard C. Bratton sustained a defense motion for an acquittal judgement for Willie R. Brewer, 22, on groundsociation of Lea County. the government failed to prove ts case. Brewer was released from custody. Convicted today was Doyle Me Kee Jr., also 22 and of Hobbs. He will be sentenced la* ter by Judge Bratton. The grand jury indictment charged the two men with the $1,999.8? burglary of the P i r s t Federal Savings and Loan As* oted to our use and pleasur deserve kindly treatment. The dominion of man over them, if not a moral trust, has a better significance than the development of malignant passions and cruel instincts. Human beings should be kind and just to dumb jrutes, if for no other reason than to learn how to be kind and lust to each other." FIRSTTAPT/ST CHURCH Grand at Gidding, Clevis _ MAY 15, 1968 MORNING: 9:30 A.M. Sunday School • Oscar Cantwell KCLV • 1240 * Gordon Wicks 10:55 A.M. Dr. S. M. Morgan Preaching "Looking Unto Jesus" —• KCLV — 1240 EVENING: 5:00 P.M. Training Service • Carl Deaton 6:15 P.M. Dr. S. M. Morgan Preaching "Do You Win Souls?" Rev. Norman Greene, Minister of Education ROGER BAKER Minister of Music on reason. ncrease of 800. OOME TO WHERE QUALITY IS finger I.:r. fgou.oo Shaped Diunond Sutrounded by 4 Biatrtld-cut Diamond Stl NO MONEY DOWN EA8YTE*MS f THi 8»IUI*NCe OF PRISM-LITE DIAMONDS WITM TH6W UNIQUE . 100% FUULY , an animal for an honorable son. Thus we may kill an animal - humanly - for food. "Otherwise," a judge noted, one could not slaughter a pig or ox for the market, and man could eat no more meat." Furthermore, we may hit an animal in self defense. A man who struck a frenzied cat, which had a death grip on his hand was held to have acted within the law. Also we may chastise an ani mal as a matter of training or perform surgery on it as » matter of health. Nor are crueltj laws carried to unreasonable ex tremes. Surely it is ™ c " me , t ° swat a fly or bait a hook with a worm. What the law does denounce is conduct that affronts the modern conscience. One court put it this way: j "Animals whose lives are de- BUS HITS TRUCK CAPE KENNEDY (UPI) -A bus carrying 33 Shriners and their wives on a tour of the space center smashed into the rear of a truck Friday injuring 31 persons. Most of the injuries were minor. A federal space agency spokesman said the truck, loaded with high pressure helium bottles, stopped abruptly to avoid hitting a car, and it was rammed by the bus. The Shriners were from Clearwater, '"POLITICAL~ ANNUONCEMENT The h.llowinii have auihumeil the CU,\i> News-Journal to lormally announce their catviutai-y tor ol- isi-i-s subject to the general elec.. lion November 8. 1966. STATE D1ST. 1 HOYT PATTIION, i JOHN W. M1UEI, 0- WiT. 2 DAVID NOIVfU, D AUflT T. COCHIAN, R. PIST. » FUNK tOSTfl, D HOWA1D WHUAMSON, I. DMT, ii I C- M016AN, D OUT. M •01 WHAUf Y, I- CO. . 1 PUfff CUl'VY IT ( ANGillMf frANifY, Q. EVELYN WAGMEB, « (XU'KTY TtttiSi UtU mill oiww SWAW, o. ftAttffi mis. 1 tw. 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