Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 15, 1966 · Page 11
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 11

Clovis, New Mexico
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Sunday, May 15, 1966
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This Day In History United Press International roday is Sunday, May 16, the u ' day of 1966 w i t h 230 to moon is between 1st last ter and new phase. he morning stars are Venus Saturn. he evening star is Jupiter. Stench physicist Pierre Curie born on this day in 1859. this day in history: 1862, Congress created the partment of Agriculture, included within the frame- rk of the Department of the lerlor. 1869, Elizabeth Cady anton was chosen president of new organization aimed at securing voting tights for women. In 1918, the first regular ah mail serv'ce was established between Was .ht; f ..n, Philadel* pMfi and New York. 1.1 1963, Mai. Ooroon Conj^r made a S&orbit Space flight in a Mercury capsule. A thought for the day- American patriot Patrick Henry: '"I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided and that is the lamp of experience. I know of no way of judging the future but by the past." 44th anniversary SALE DURENE Underwear for Men and Boys Onee in a Year Sayings on the Finest Underwear Made for Men and Boys, Save! Ref. 3/2.90 Mcn'« T-$h!rt S.M, L 3for 2V R* 9 . 3/2.50 R«y'i T-Shirt S, M, L 3 for T! R*9- 3/2.65 Men'* Brief* 21-44 3 for 247 Refl. 3/2.00 Boy'* Britfi 6-16 3 for I'. 7 Durene® treated fine combed cotton for extra absorbency, resiliency and shape retention ... for more comfort and longer wear for you. Save now during this event! A pilot assigned to C a n n o n FB's 832nd Air Otvison being redlted with downing a Chinese 116 and the approval of a food- jet for operation of Clovis chools highlighted the news on he local stene this past week, Maj. Wilbur R. Dudley, % Evening Slimnastic Course Set By YMCA DAN SHELLEY Teen Of The Week Dan Shelley, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Shelley, is Teen of the Week for May 15. Dan is vice-president of the Clovis High School Coin Club and has been named Wildcat of the Week, sophomore basketball homecoming attendent and junior basketball homecoming attendent. He is an active basketball player and is a member of the student council. Basketball is his hobby and occupies most of his time. However, he also likes to play baseball and tennis and enjoys swimming and sand surfing. He plans to attend college after his graduation and has chosen Arizona State University. Ladies' Eiderlon PANTIES 39cEa ..... 31 Ladies' No-Fade BLOUSES 2 for$C 3 One Large Table Asst. Men's SPORT SHIRTS Monday Only Area Men In Service Includes Knits, Henley's. Keg. Collar Styles, Plaids, Solids. Reg. 2.98 ea. OFFICER TO SCHOOL MONTGOMERY, Ala. — U.S. Air Force Captain David E. Bosh, whose parents reside on Rt. 2, Galion, Ohio, has entered the Air University's Squadron Officer School at Maxwell AFB, Ala. Captain Bosh, who previously served as a navigator at Charleston AFB, S.C., will receive 14 weeks of instruction at the senior USAF professional school. The captain will study communicative skills, leadership, international relations, duties and responsibilities of the command- staff team, and aerospace doctrine and employment. A graduate of Iberia (Ohio) High School, he was commissioned in 1961 through the aviation cadet program. Captain Bosh's wife, Linda, is the daughter of Mrs. Grace Adams of 417 Starlite Drive, Clovis. AIRMAN GRADUATES WICHITA FALLS, Tex. — Airman Third Class Travis M. Coburn, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Coburn of 3421 Chelwood, NE Albuquerque, N. M., has bee graduated at Sheppard AFB Tex., from the training cours for U. S. Air Force aircraft me chanics. Airman Coburn is a graduat of Valley High School. His wife, Phyllis, is the daugl ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Robert son of Rt. 2, Clovis, N. M. leal Ntwf In Rftvtow & > curvts jrews-JoiJtttfALy t •''•'•• £. W^WWW ••• ¥WWWiWW» • •«!, j ri,-j.g^..,,.,.......»,.^ ^i.-a.m.^u.uu.iai... •j.j.r.i^'"' CAFB Pilot, Budget Topi Week'! pilot assigned to C a n n o n assfgndf to Ceimoft'* fflSftl $fed ro CatmotTa ftSfltf Atf t>f» Division was credited Friday listen. with the sidewinder fftft A Gadget fof wnn we sioewinaer ^roi irwi A f*,ww,wu uuagei TOT wp«*«: downed a tOoffifntf-itt Cwnesition of uovts scftoofs dtrnng ACAMtt KI,. «'** ,* fc*^. >_ MNfedtuL« iif ^u liilifl Jl fm i-*^- . J .-^.- - - —--* *A A dkttjtlAdll, MtO in Viet Nam Thursday He is assl man AFB* to the 386lh Tactical Pi^tet Wing at Hollo*dat with «% <*e dtrtiitt WHft Is ____ jiKJttm 5 ^V-.ii-- frijlnH oi«Set - a $lj»j«f lent of tetwota. wn.^. Vernon Mnis, stiperlntendefit, health who prepared the new budget re» quests last month, got a An Evening Working Girls .'MCA Ladies Slimnastic Class- s will be initiated Monday at :45 p.m. at the Youth Center, ycamore and 7th Streets. Class-j s will be conducted each Monay and Wednesday evenings at :45 p.m. by Mrs. Louise Karl, rtrs. Karl instructs a morning 'MCA Slimnastic Class for lousewives at the same loca- ion. , The evening Slimnastic Class vill be rhythmic exercises to to 5:45 p.m. — Business Men's Physical fitness Class, Youth Center, Sycamore and 7th. 7:00 p.m. — Adult Karate Class, Gattis Junior High Gym. FRIDAY 9:00 a.m. — Ladies Slimnas- Ucs, Youth Center, Sycamore and 7th Streets. •nusic assisting the ladies ose inches and pounds. There is no charge for menv iers; non-members will pay a 12.00 activity foe. For informa- ion call 7fi2-3ina. MONDAY 9 a.m. - Ladies Sllmnastics Youth Center, Sycamore and Seventh Streets. 5:45 p.m. - Ladies Slimnastics Youth Center, Sycamore and 7th Streets. 7 p.m. - Father and Son Indian Guides - Commanche. 7 p.m. • Y's Men's Club - Lin- '•oln • Jackson School. TUESDAY 5-45 p.m. — Business Men's 7:30 a.m. — YMCA Board of Directors, Silver Grill. 5:30 p.m. - Youth Karate Class, Gattis Junior High School Gym. „ t . Physical Fitness Class, Youth Center, Sycamore and 7th. 7:00 p.m. — Adult Karate Class, Gattis Junior High Gym. WEDNESDAY 9-00 a.m. — Ladies Sllmnas- tics, Youth Center, Sycamore & 7th Streets. 5:45 p.m. — Ladles Slimnas- tics Class, Youth Center, Sycamore 7th Streets. THURSDAY 5:30 p.m. — Youth Karate i Class, Gattis Junior High Gym. Dance Club, Marshall Cafeteria. SATURDAY l - 3 P.M. — Registration for YRB - YMCA Learn to Swim 7:30 p.m. "Y" Square Class Hillcrest and Potter Pools. was approved tn a slatt first budget hearing in Clwfi Kb i Jeiftt .._ \iuc4)va mo* n«wii**"$ a**" •* •.—--.- rf IlHV^ UVVII r*•***««>«• increase from 114,500 fo $15,900 other animals tn ttre a ymt en retpest of the school board. Curry County Commissioners Tuesday agreed on a reapprais* al program of property in the county for tax purposes although other things are being considered before a contract wilt be bt. They exoect the reappraisal in most cases wilt not increase property taxes and in the long run will benefit the county. The reappraisal program for the county Is expected to cost about 195,000 which would be split 60-50 between the state and the past few week*. Rhodes said there at least 25 dogs poti.... east three weete, most, eases occurring in sontft and the Kershnw A«f' Dr. Pfothro noted creates an extreme hazard W children who might pick tip"W£ poisonoti* bait. •" -", Billy Joe Cochran, Clovjff ftp cdnvlcted in the shooting "*""" of a Dora man, Friday m., tenced to two-to-ten years in the Stale Pentteotiary bj^Sk|j, Judge J. V. Gallegos of ONTGOAAERY WARD 307 MAIN CLOVIS t .,.. PHONE 763^451 HOW IN full SWING AT WARDS .T. COME SK ' ^THE YIARS BI60EST SELECTION S'^ . fi^-?' ««. > I INSTANT Convenience! And it's available to you day and night. It's versatile, dependable, efficient and ready the instant your finger touches a switch. It's average cost has gone down 23 percent in the last 10 years while other things have gone up. That's electric service from Reddy Kilowatt... the biggest bargain in your family budget. 247 RESS'PAGEAN ...AND JUST, LOOK WHAT YOU en FOR ONLY •OUIUM IT AT t Niw ffyfa* cwtfrH fobf to • Faiftf co/on fo cool dorfcs to. find I Drttm for memfcg, oftw«

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