April 12, 1967

Gov. David Cargo had named five Clovis residents to his “Committee of 100” to foster economic growth: Gerald F. Dorough, Dr. I.D. Johnson, Duffy Sasser, J.R. Spencer and Charles Fischer. … The Clovis News-Journal cost a dime. … Shorty Purselley was enjoying his first week of retirement from the Clovis Police Department after 17 years with the force. … Gibson’s, at 108 Sycamore St., was selling oscillating lawn sprinklers for $2.27 each.