NEWSREELS
NATIVES MOVED FROM ATOLL FOR ATOM BOMB TEST. CLOVIS FIELD, NEW MEXICO. CAMERAMAN BOARDS PLANE AIRFIELD CROWDED WITH NEWSMEN
TORNADO AFTERMATH (05/08/1995)
A TORNADO SATURDAY NIGHT CAUSED CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO SEVERAL BUSINESSES IN CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO. NO DEATHS OR SERIOUS INJURIES WERE REPORTED. THE TWISTER UPROOTED TELEPHONE POLES, SEPARATED ROOFS FROM BUILDINGS AND SHATTERED GLASS ON HOMES AND BUSINESSES. ALL OF CLOVIS SPENT TWO AND A HALF HOURS IN THE DARK WHILE THE POWER BEFORE THE POWER RESTORED.
VOTE 2008 / RICHARDSON TOURS TORNADO DAMAGE
[VOTE 2008 / RICHARDSON TOURS TORNADO DAMAGE] [CLOVIS, NMEX USA] [VOTE 2008 / GOVERNOR BILL RICHARDSON TOURS TORNADO DAMAGE] [CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO] FTG OF NEW MEXICO GOVERNOR BILL RICHARDSON TOURING DAMAGED AREA CAUSED BY TORNADO / VS OF TORNADO AFTERMATH, CLEANING UP, DEMOLISHED HOUSES, DOWNED POWER LINES, METAL OBJECT HANGING FROM POWER LINE, METAL OBJECT HANGING FROM TREE BRANCH 17:17:50 AERIALS OF DAMAGES CAUSED BY TORNADO,, DEMOLISHED HOMES / HOUSES, RUBBLE / DEBRIS ON GROUND 17:28:42 TIGHT SHOT OF RICHARDSON ARRIVING AT AREA OF DESTRUCTION, WALKING TO REDCROSS FOOD TRUCK, GLADHANDING FEMALE RESIDENT OF DAMAGED AREA (W/ VO)
Kennewick’s Man: Part 4
France 5
PA-0747 Digibeta; AFP-63A 16mm; VTM-63A Beta SP; DN-B-066 Beta SP
Coast To Coast in 48 Hours
WINNINGEST COACH
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A Ford Trimotor plane arrives in Albuquerque New Mexico after departing from Clovis.
Promotional film for TAT-Maddux airlines shows shows the route of a Ford Trimotor from Waynoka to Clovis, New Mexico. Passengers disembark from a train and board a Ford Trimotor. Plane taxis along and then takes off. A map shows route from Clovis to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Plane flies over mountains,over Albuquerque and lands at an airport. Women look at Native American Indian wares and enter the terminal. Native American Indian family looks at the plane. Location: Albuquerque New Mexico USA. Date: 1928.
Squadron Leaves For Gulf (01/31/1998)
A squadron of EF-111's left Cannon Air Force Base in Clovis, New Mexico today for their 32nd and final mission. Destination--the Persian Gulf. The EF-111's are tactical radar jamming airplanes. They will be used in support of ground troops in the no fly-zones in Iraq. Seventy-five airmen stationed at Cannon Air Force Base are preparing for the worse. Family and friends saw the squad off about an hour ago as they prepared to board a plane headed for the Middle East. End
VOTE 2008 / RICHARDSON TOURS TORNADO DAMAGE
[VOTE 2008 / RICHARDSON TOURS TORNADO DAMAGE] [CLOVIS, NMEX USA] [VOTE 2008 / GOVERNOR BILL RICHARDSON TOURS TORNADO DAMAGE] [CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO] FTG OF NEW MEXICO GOVERNOR BILL RICHARDSON TOURING DAMAGED AREA CAUSED BY TORNADO / VS OF TORNADO AFTERMATH, CLEANING UP, DEMOLISHED HOUSES, DOWNED POWER LINES, METAL OBJECT HANGING FROM POWER LINE, METAL OBJECT HANGING FROM TREE BRANCH 17:17:50 AERIALS OF DAMAGES CAUSED BY TORNADO,, DEMOLISHED HOMES / HOUSES, RUBBLE / DEBRIS ON GROUND 17:28:42 TIGHT SHOT OF RICHARDSON ARRIVING AT AREA OF DESTRUCTION, WALKING TO REDCROSS FOOD TRUCK, GLADHANDING FEMALE RESIDENT OF DAMAGED AREA (W/ VO)
AFP-63A 16mm; VTM-63A Beta SP; DN-B-066 Beta SP; PA-0747 Digibeta
COAST TO COAST IN 48 HOURS
1940s NEWSREELS
PILOT LESS B-17 PLANE THAT WILL FLY THROUGH BOMB AREA IS TESTED IN CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO WITH REMOTE CONTROL. VARIOUS SHOTS PILOT LESS PLANE TAKING OFF AND FLYING WITHOUT PILOT OR CO-PILOT.
Kennewick’s Man: Part 2
France 5
NEW MEXICO BOY FOUND DEAD IN FAMILY CAR
REACTION FROM SMALL TOWN WHERE LITTLE BOY NAMED MATTHEW ROBERTS WAS FOUND DEAD AFTER BEING MISSING FOR TWO WEEKS.
US Tornadoes 2 - A'math of damage in New Mexico; ADDS intv with governor; more damage
NAME: US TORNADOES 2 20070326I TAPE: EF07/0362 IN_TIME: 11:05:09:14 DURATION: 00:01:44:23 SOURCES: ABC DATELINE: Clovis, 25 March 2007 RESTRICTIONS: No Access NAmerica/internet SHOTLIST: 1. Various aerials of damaged houses 2. Aerial of overturned truck 3. Residents standing near overturned truck and debris 4. Close up of residents near overturned truck 5. Governor of New Mexico, Bill Richardson, walking down street with residents 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Bill Richardson, Governor of New Mexico: "Look at these homes. This man is lucky that he's got insurance. But a majority of the damaged homes don't have insurance. So, we got to move rapidly." 7. Richardson in resident's home 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Bill Richardson, Governor of New Mexico: "The priority is first to get the community back to its feet. But also, get the Federal Government, FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), to help us. Now, it's not always a done deal with FEMA, so we're going to push very hard because you have to meet certain thresholds." 9. Wide of debris 10. Mid of residents clearing up debris 11. Damaged car 12. Wide of debris STORYLINE: A series of tornadoes swept through eastern New Mexico on Friday night and Saturday morning, damaging homes, roads and public infrastructure. The towns of Clovis and Logan suffered the worst damage according to police, as tornadoes annihilated homes and businesses. The governor of New Mexico declared a state of disaster for three counties affected by tornadoes. Governor Bill Richardson's executive order will free up as much as 750-thousand US dollars in-state emergency funds for Curry, Quay and Roosevelt counties. "A majority of the damaged homes don't have insurance. So, we got to move rapidly," Richardson said. "The priority is first to get the community back to its feet. But also, get the Federal Government, FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), to help us. Now, it's not always a done deal with FEMA, so we're going to push very hard because you have to meet certain thresholds," he added. Power lines and trucks were toppled and several people injured. In Clovis, one tornado is said to have cut a five kilometre long path of damage. Nearly three-thousand people were without power in Clovis, officials say it could be two to three days before electricity is restored. Initial assessments show 458 homes were damaged in the city of Clovis and 55 in Logan. Numerous businesses also sustained damage as a result of the storms.
US Baby 2 - Infant snatched from Texas hospital found in New Mexico
NAME: US BABY 2 20070311I TAPE: EF07/0299 IN_TIME: 10:25:52:08 DURATION: 00:02:33:07 SOURCES: see script DATELINE: Clovis, 11 March 2007 RESTRICTIONS: see script SHOTLIST: LUBBOCK POLICE DEPARTMENT and LUBBOCK COVENANT HOSPITAL VIDEO 1. Various of hospital surveillance video showing suspect walking in hospital prior to abduction ABC - no Access NAmerica/Internet 2. Set-up shot of Lieutenant Scott Hudgens 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Scott Hudgens, Lubbock Police Lieutenant: "About midnight last night investigators received a tip here at Lubbock PD (police department), that a female matching the suspect's description was in Clovis, New Mexico. Our investigators contacted the Clovis, New Mexico police department and they initiated an investigation at that time. Clovis PD located baby Mychael at a residence there in Clovis in the company of an adult female. Through their investigation they determined where the suspect was and were able to locate her. They took her into custody and took her to the police department for questioning at that time." KJTV - no Access NAmerica/Internet 4. STILL: photograph of abducted baby Mychael ABC - no Access NAmerica/Internet 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Gwen Stafford, Covenant Health System Vice President: "This individual was pretty sophisticated or at least knowledgeable of what happens in health-care institutions. We're not going to rest until we take it up a notch and another level. I don't know if we can ever have anything perfect, but the system functioned. The baby was separated from that (security device) and we're all in the process of that with the police department. We've just got to do better, not only this hospital, but all hospitals in this world today." 6. Exterior of Covenant Hospital 7. Close-up of sign reading: "Covenant Medical Center Lakeside" 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Gwen Stafford, Covenant Health System Vice President: "This has been a roller coaster of emotions. Today there's not many happy stories. This is certainly one in Lubbock, Texas. And all of you, and for all of your professionalism, for the public's help and for the courtesy and genuine efforts of the media, I am indeed very grateful. It's a joyous time. Baby Mychael is on her way to Lubbock and will soon be reunited with her mommy at Covenant. The mommy has requested her privacy for right now to be with the little one." LUBBOCK POLICE DEPARTMENT and LUBBOCK COVENANT HOSPITAL VIDEO 9. Various of hospital surveillance video showing suspect walking in hospital at time of abduction STORYLINE: A newborn baby kidnapped from a Texas hospital by a woman posing as a medical worker was found safe early on Sunday in a New Mexico hospital, police said. Four-day-old Mychael Darthard-Dawodu was in good condition in the city of Clovis, about 100 miles (161 kilometres) northwest of Lubbock, and transportation was being arranged to return the baby to Texas, said Lubbock police Lieutenant Scott Hudgens. "About midnight last night investigators received a tip here at Lubbock PD (police department), that a female matching the suspect's description was in Clovis, New Mexico. Our investigators contacted the Clovis, New Mexico police department and they initiated an investigation at that time," Hudgens said. "They determined where the suspect was and were able to locate her. They took her into custody and took her to the police department for questioning at that time." The five-pound (2.3 kilogram) infant was taken early on Saturday by a woman who was seen on a surveillance video walking out of Covenant Lakeside Hospital with the baby hidden away in her purse. The disappearance sparked a manhunt and public alerts in Texas and New Mexico, resulting in tips from all around the country. Covenant Health System Vice President Gwen Stafford said the FBI was interviewing a suspect, adding that the baby's parents were notified of the recovery. "This individual was pretty sophisticated or at least knowledgeable of what happens in health-care institutions. We're not going to rest until we can take it up a notch and another level," Stafford said. She said there was an investigation into why the baby was separated from the security device. Hospital surveillance footage showed a woman wearing blue and flower-print hospital scrubs and a gray, puffy jacket with a hood walking out of the hospital around 01:20 am (0720 GMT) on Saturday. U She fled in a red pickup truck, possibly with a male accomplice, police said. Lubbock police had contacted authorities in Clovis after receiving a tip that a person matching the woman's description was seen in that city. The abductor had gone into Mychael's mother's room several times before the baby was taken, telling her the baby needed tests, Stafford said. Stafford said she did not know why the kidnapper took the baby to the Clovis hospital. The child was suffering from jaundice, a common complication in newborns in which a build-up of pigment in the blood causes a yellowing of the skin.
NM Flooding
RESIDENTS ARE CLEANING UP IN CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO AFTER THUNDERSTORMS DUMP HEAVY RAINFALL IN THE EAST-CENTRAL PART OF THE STATE.
DWIGHT EISENHOWER ON GOP TRAIN AT NEW MEXICO STOP
ORIG. NEG. 300 FT. SOF MAG REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN TRAIN: CU DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER SPEAKING TO CROWD FROM PLATFORM OF GOP CONVENTION TRAIN. MCU HIM GREETING SENATOR FRANK CARLSON OF KANSAS. MCU IKE GIVING NON COMMITTAL ANSWERS ON WHOM HE SUPPORTS AS REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE. MCU MAMIE EISENHOWER COMING OUT TO GREET CROWD. PAN CROWD. HE COMMENTS ON OVER-SUPPLY OF CATTLE IN UNITED STATES, SELECTING GOOD MEN TO RUN FOR ELECTIVE OFFICES (REPUBLICANS), AND HENRY CABOT LODGES EXCELLENT QUALIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC OFFICE. CI: GEOGRAPHIC - NEW MEXICO, CLOVIS. PERSONALITIES - EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D. PERSONALITIES - EISENHOWER, MAMIE. POLITICS - CONVENTIONS REPUBLICAN 1964.
DWIGHT EISENHOER ON FOP TRIAN: LIVE ELEPHANT ON TRAIN PLATFORM
ORIG. NEG. 300 FT. SOF MAG REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN TRAIN: MCU & CU LIVE ELEPHANT AT TRAIN STATION WITH GOLDWATER SIGN ON HEAD. CU TRAINER IN CLOWN COSTUME, MAKE-UP. CU SCRANTON SUPPORTERS WITH SIGNS. GENERAL VIEW GOLDWATER SUPPORTERS WITH SIGNS. ESTABLISHING SHOT GOP TRAIN. CU DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER SPEAKING FROM REAR PLATFORM OF TRAIN. CU HE SAYS REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE HAS A CHANCE OF WINNING THE ELECTION. HE FEELS THE REPUBLICAN PARTY WILL BE UNITED AGAIN SOMETIME AFTER THE ELECTION. EISENHOWER IS NONCOMMITTAL ON HIS CHOICE OF THE REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL AND VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES. MS & MCU HIM GREETING PEOPLE GATHERED AROUND TRAIN PLATFORM. CI: GEOGRAPHIC - NEW MEXICO, CLOVIS. PERSONALITIES - EISENHOWER, DWIGHT. POLITICS - PRIMARIES, NEW MEXICO NAT'L. SPEECHES - PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES.
IKE ARRIVES - IKE SPEECH
ORIG. NEG. 553 FT. SOF MAG ESTABLISHING RAILROAD TRAIN (SANTE FE) COMING DOWN TRACK AND PAST CAMERA (SOF). MS PRESIDENT DWIGHT EISENHOWER ON PLATFORM OF TRAIN. CU EISENHOWER SPEAKING TO CROWDS. THIS IS NOT A PREPARED SPEECH, AS HE STATES. HE ANSWERS SONE QUESTIONS. ONE IS ABOUT GOLDWATER'S STATEMENT THAT NAZI GERMANY MIGHT HAVE WON THE FIRST AND SECOND WARS. HE REFUSES TO MAKE PREDICTIONS ABOUT THE REPUBLICANS NOMINEE. MS MAMIE EISENHOWER COMES TO DOORWAY AND WAVES TO CROWDS, THEN RETURNS AND STAND IN THE DOORWAY WHILE EISENHOWER CHATS WITH CROWDS AND REPORTERS. HE THEN DISCUSSES THE " CATTLE PROBLEM " AND TARIFFS ON BEEF WITH SOME PEOPLE. ESTABLISHING SHOT TRAIN PULLING AWAY AND DOWN THE TRACKS. CI: GEOGRAPHIC - NEW MEXICO, CLOVIS. PERSONALITIES - EISENHOWER, DWIGHT. PERSONALITIES - EISENHOWER, MAMIE. SPEECHES - PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
STRAIGHT THROUGH THE ROUNDABOUT 2006
Video captured by the webcam on top of Faith Christian Church at the corner of Norris and Llano Estacado in Clovis, New Mexico. How dumb is this guy?!
New Mexico Rains
HEAVY RAINS LEAVE FLOODED PASTURES, YARDS AND FIELDS IN NEW MEXICO
US Baby 2 - Baby reunited with family, suspect faces extradition to Texas after arrest in NM
NAME: US BABY 2 20070312I TAPE: EF07/0303 IN_TIME: 11:05:12:17 DURATION: 00:01:06:00 SOURCES: ABCN/ABC DATELINE: Various, 12 March 2007 RESTRICTIONS: No Access NAmerica/Internet SHOTLIST ABC (NNS) - No Access N America/Internet Lubbock, Texas - 12 March 2007 1. Wide shot of news conference 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Darrell Dathard, Baby's Grandfather: "We're just happy to have her back and it's not that we're not grateful, we just want some privacy with the family and spend some time with her." ABC (KOAT) - No Access N.America/Internet Police handout - 11 March 2007 3. STILL shot of suspect, Rayshaun Parson ABCN (KJTV) - No Access N.America/Internet Lubbock, Texas - 10 March 2007 ++VIDEO IS MUTE FROM SOURCE++ 4. Various shots of Hospital surveillance video of suspect leaving hospital with bag 5. STILL photo of stolen baby 6. Wide of Covenant Lakeside Hospital, where baby was stolen 7. Tight of hospital sign 8. Wide of hospital exterior 9. Mid shot of hospital exterior 10. Closer shot of hospital windows 11. Mid of hospital entrance 12. Hospital sign STORYLINE: A woman accused of disguising herself in scrubs and snatching a newborn from a Texas hospital was in custody in New Mexico on Monday, while the baby girl was back in her mother's arms. Four-day-old Mychael Darthard-Dawodu made an appearance on Monday morning in her mother's arms at a brief hospital news conference. Her mother chose not to speak, but the baby's grandfather thanked police and supporters, saying the family is "just happy to have her back." Police said they found baby Mychael on Sunday in Clovis, New Mexico a day after she was taken from Lubbock's Covenant Lakeside Hospital, about 100 miles (161 kilometres) to the southeast. On Monday, 21-year-old Rayshaun Parson, who was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping, agreed to be extradited to face charges. District Attorney Matthew Chandler of Clovis said the process could take up to 10 days, but he expected it to be much sooner in Parson's case. Authorities say federal charges also could be pursued. The infant was kidnapped early Saturday by a woman posing as a medical worker who walked out of Covenant Lakeside with the baby hidden in her purse, police said. Hospital surveillance video showed a woman wearing blue and flower-print hospital scrubs and a gray, puffy jacket with a hood walking out of the hospital around 1:20 a.m. Saturday (0820 GMT). Police said she fled in a red pickup truck, possibly with a male accomplice. The abductor had gone into Mychael's mother's room several times before the baby was taken, telling her the baby needed tests, said Gwen Stafford, senior vice president of Covenant Health System. FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) spokeswoman Lori Bailey said law enforcement officials received information from more than one source that the baby was in Clovis. Authorities said police in Clovis conducted surveillance on an area pinpointed by at least one of the tips and found the baby in a home with an adult female early on Sunday. The suspect was found at another residence in Clovis. Parson has had dealings with the law before. In May 2004, a protective order was issued against her in a domestic violence incident involving a boyfriend, according to New Mexico online court documents. In January 2005, she was charged with fraud, according to the court documents. Information about the disposition of the case was unavailable Sunday. Covenant Lakeside says it places identification bands on infants and parents immediately at birth and refers to "a number of other security measures" on its Web site. The hospital said that as soon as the baby and this security piece were separated hospital staff became "alarmed and knew," which enabled authorities to get the visual of the pickup. Mychael was flown home to her parents, Caisha Darthard and Michael A. Dawodu, after she was evaluated at a New Mexico hospital, Clovis police said.