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   Clovis News-Journal (Newspaper) - July 30, 1965, Clovis, New Mexico                                Local News Features NEW July Page 6 Area Girls To Compete For Crashes um Title in Five persons were killed on New Mexicos highways Thurs but one of the deaths was not expected to be added to the 1965 fatality A Lake Arthur Javir was electro the high school auditorium Dimmitt The which has when he apparently step entered by 25 contestants from pod from a pickup truck which New Mexico and had crashed into a utility will begin the second power lines to the Castro County Roundup Two Car men Aranda the vie Farm The winner will receive a 8500tims and Valente Ortiz j Highway Commission scholarship and f i r s t both of Lake Corporation Thursday will receive a were treated for minor a battle scholarship second juries at an Artesia Hospital concerning access off Interstate will got a 40 near Albuquerque to a pro Thc purpose of the beauty pa Hit Pole posed Staff Sev en area girls have enter ed Miss Grain Sorghum of pageant to be held at Cannon PIO Office TACs Best I me purpose 01 me Gannons 832nd Air Division j geant js to promote growth and State Police said the accident was recently notified that it had Of sorghum and its occurred near on State taken Itwin top spots in the said Pete The pickup traveled 285 tical Air Command quarterly of the Castro County feet out of control before ram evaluation of information j activities committee and into the utility Cannons Information Office loj man Of the Miss Grain Sorghum In another accident late catd in building was rated i a car went out of as the number one base Contestant include T r e v a control on State a gravel formation office in TAC for the i Tahoka Vicki Ann 25 miles east of The Hereford Phyllis Lee killing its only Office is also home of McLean The victim was Jimmie Dum Midland Sherry of Eagle as the top tennant Stinnett Gresham was thrown from his car when it rolled end over end after striking a boulder he Interstate Access Battle Resolved ROSWELL State and the Vandals Reported A theft and a case of vanda were reported to Clovis City Police WINDSHIELD SHOT 508 told L I i I formation facility for the Dimmitt Eva Giles period was the 366th Tactical Tantra Kav Filter Holloman and LaNell the The car landed 11 a part of Cannons 832r4 Muleshoe Ion top of who died j windshield of his pickup which at nis home over But the agreement still may depend on the type of inter change provided for the tourist center before any construction of the facility Earl project manager for the proposed tourist told the commission the prop erty for the project had been purchased two years ago as of five proposed He said his firm already had spent at the site about three miles east of Albuquerque near Locations of the other propos ed costing about at and Brooks told the Commis sion present highway depeart ment plans showed no access to Irrigation Equipment Hit In Night Strikes Peggy Claude of a crushed The of Cannons Quail facility was evaluated Jane the deaths of Gresham and to Management Control System I anne Earth to raise New Mexicos Two other accidents combined i police vandals shot a hole in the the proposed He said 11 without an access agreement plans to open next May would have to be delayed by his In other Commissioner BICYCLE STOLEN 120 re pared with 204 last Stale Police said tlie name of I PURSE LOST a motorcycle who became The sheriffs office at the would pot be reported a lost purse con added to the toll because the Gaining in travelers checks to in such areas as the Jaret Lynn newspaper snd photo and hometown leases local press coverages Curia Groom tape recorded news welcome and Gruver Alice Vu Hapny Jane Commenting on the Tops in Jane Gru TAC First Mae Rook Curtis Cannon informa er Sharion Kaye The and Christine is proud that such com mand recognition has come toi whose names have nol from injuries received p m at the First Na the 832nd Air yet been will ho from in a one car accident July 3 Thaxton of Raton was SHERIFF GARCIA By MARY JO LOVELL Staff Writer Curry County Sheriff Ernest Garcia has given permission to farmers to shoot at anyone messing around with their irri gation Garcias announcement comes in the wake of a series of inci dents in which vandals wreaked heavy damage on irrigation equipment at area He said three Clovis area farmers requested permission to use their shotguns when they dis cover anyone tampering with their irrigation The three farmers have been Public Record toll to com ported a stolen from his elected vice i i 11 t TIT Hospital Notes THURSDAY ADMISSIONS Glendale medical Heidi 1017 surgery Randell 909 Wai surgery Grace 1626 Sheldon surgery Hugh Milton HI of was named post as chairman was also reaffirmed at the and I medical Las Youla 317 medical Roy Route surgery Wayne 1008 Ren having trouble with he Some of their motors on their irrigation motors have ev en been shot Garcia said the worst incident reported occurred Friday night when Dwight Sheriff of said vandals had inflicted about damage to his irri gation Sand had been poured In the the clutch was the battery ignition wires were broken and the gen was he explain The sheriff This farm er will have to have the motor disassembled and overhauled before he can use Garcia Weve been pa trolling the county at nights for several weeks but we cant cov er it The sheriff accident which claimed his life Clovis occurred on closed interstate highway still under Dies of Injuries State Police said Clinton The meeting in Roswell is one of four scheduled to be held out of Santa The others will State Police said Clinton various phases of United States of El died will be on display until On Display nc j at Albuquerque and surgery Polly 728 medical Betty Carol Star Route ever we are ever mindful that Amarillo and of the lion office is due in large part CArmAr to continued coor i rOrmer Named Jerr tional Bank of Curry five miles south of Las phis Week the bank has been He had been in serious their first anniver tion sirte the accident at an Qn display s of and a local coin collec jo was killed a one car accident late Thurs Lucille 308 continued cooperation and support we receive from the and agencies at j In Check Count A Charles who graduated ley Route One clovis n 194fi tered a plea of guilty at an Eastern New ami passengers Ste Workman of a former has jay on 71 One mile been named police advisor with of Twin the United States State Depart critically and taken Gallup Public Hospital were ENMU Sets Student Council Workshop j to the Service Health PORTALES Students fromi The directed by Ira schools throughout New Mexico Bogard of execu will convene on the campus of tive secretary of the New Mexi Eastern New Mexico University j co Association of Student Coun Aug 9 for tne eleventh annual will continue through high schools and junior high Last years workshop at Manila 718 Grand medical THURSDAY DISMISSALS Donald Alexander and baby 2904 Vohs Kelly 803 Hinkle David Cohee and baby 1020 Connelly Portales Don Portales Florene Causey Meyer and baby 2020 Sheridan 117 Plains Frank Plyler and baby 920 Second Jack 120 Elmer Tucumcari Orii Taylor and baby 520 Hinkle Willie 620 Donnie 220 Rosa that if this keeps Ill put a man on the county roads every instead of just now and Garcia Since we cant cover it all the Ive given the farmers permission to shoot at anyone messing around with their irrigation Marriage Licenses Ogle Fountain and Dolores Mike Lee and Emily Kay both of Gene and Mar garet both of Clo To and Mrs J i m m y Oil Q I I Thursday before was in phen of plea of guilty to a charge of j Fined 5100 A Clovis woman was fined by S Student Council Leadership 633 students from 61 j 1015 on the A Clovis woman y h h and h i birth of a on weighing seven schools in New Mexico and West pounds and five and a half after she entered a1 j pr w Charles of Nava Municipal Judge John tice of the ic a charge of writing a worthless Bond has been set His Helen Work 5TC is a teacher at La Casita police in j 5 3 WANTED and of Twin T i f C i n t il All suffered internal in State Police by the Les of Judge Appointed Howard Director Divorces Sylvester Leroy Banister and Joyce Suits Filed Falcon Realty a corpora jes at Thursday in Me Activities of the students in the workshop wil j To and Alice 605 Clovis H i g h general j 1405 on the Bennie been appointed a j group study peri i birth of a son weighing regional judge for the panel discussions and and 15 ounces at quiet Council of Teachers aof ods for recreation Thursday m Memorial Hos 1 The tonic schedule for I Social Planned ilish Achievement Awards Pro For The Y Squares square dance club will meet at the Mounted Patrol 400 block of South Saturday at instead of their usu ig killed when his motor cycle hit a cable stretched clovis Rainbow As across a portion of Interstate will host their or under ice cream social Judging Bovers wife 5 to 9 in the of E behind her was of the First college and high U ed after thrown from Seventh and Ma will evaluate writing skills and vehicle and taken to ice crean and awareness of nearly jday through Friday meetings j includes To Mr and Smith and a Curtis Wil Indian will be high school ui on the birth ofi Louis doing busi ness as Top Hat Auto on 3r 1965 includes Aims and on the birth ofj i Group Constitua daughter weighing seven teachers from Parliamentary and seven ounces atj uie ana y in Memorial c Thursday in Memorial insurance Saturdays session will l be devoted to evaluation of the topics Markets Clovis Livestock By Owner Ne al for year jf farm near 1nis ler FOR R ENT OH S F bh of New York Stocks WTH v A SET OK d Dr BATHS JOSE MARTINEZ Jose 1220 1016 had been a resident of Clovis I Lea was dead on arrival at Mej for 25 Hospital early this morn Pallbearers will be L o n n i e ing He had been a Clovis Ru dent since ben E He is survived by two Luther Parr Jessie and both i Henry Peacock and Homer Nel of the home a Rosa of the home a Rita Clovis a and his moth Burial will be in Lawn Haven under the direction of Chapel of Memories Olympia the I Pullen is survived by hep Funeral services are pending James three of Harry Arnold and both of Clo vis three La at Sherwood RAYMOND Staff Vern of Raymond Trieder Mary of Mule a lifelong resident of and Wayne Coz died Thursday of Albuquerque 14 grand in Green Memorial Hospital and eight i Muleshoe following a long ill ness i COOPER Survivors include his No la one one of Lit Lazbuddie one earliest died Lillys Santa Thursday morning at the his age of Treider Lazbuddie three sis Cooper and her Lillian Marhefky the late Charles came Corpus C 1 a ra here from in l o f the year the town was jand Gladys of i and had resided here Amarillo two continuously since of and of She was the first president of and four the Womans and started Funeral services will be at Littlefields first library in her Sunday at the In the towns early buddie Baptist with the he organized wrote Rev Calvin plays and scripts for Assisting will be the arranged picnics and communi Curry of j ty Burial will be in the There are no known survivors die under the except ior the widow of her lion of Funeral Irene TOUR A of 30 pitched children pc CO O f he at La tory County Labor atory or j white and for who will be entering school in the leachers who the lob with the group were Harold I ma Holmes and Christine aides are Benny Carolyn and Mis J L Staff Photo Dow Jones i 1 t Graveside services were to be held hi the Park at 4 with the Rev W G Hill pastor of to oe held the al today at the Fu witl aeral Home b b of ar J of ANNA PILLEN Funeral services for Anna Pull who died Wednesday at view  

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