Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 5, 1965 · Page 7
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May 5, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 7

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JACOBY ON BRIDGE ^^^^^^^^^"HfcBBX Overcall Better Than Double Indian Farm Help Sought Carrizozo Courthouse Dedication Slated CARR120ZO — The new Luvi County Commissioners Charles coin County Courthouse will bei A. Jones, Kenneth Nosker and dedicated Saturday In cefcmon-1 Roman Nunez, the men who jy an est NORTH *KJ85 14 4K10S8 * J2 A010J EAST 4943 4KJ73 SOOTH *Q7 VAQ88S Both vulnmble W«t North K**t Bevfe 1* pble. 2* 2* 2* 3V P»« 49 P»« Ptts PtM Opening lead—* A. you try to find an bid. It is a sound take>le of one diamond since North is well prepared for all other suits. The actual North doubled and then raised his partner in hearts whereupon South went on to the heart game. South had an anxious moment I or two in the play when West' ! shifted to the five of clubs after 1 ihis ace of diamonds held the first trick. It wasn't too much, of an anxious moment since South rose with dummy's king: ;of clubs. It held the trick and! after that bit of mild good for : tune South had no trouble mak ing game and rubber. recruit farm workers from all Demolition of the for m e f Indian reservations and pueblos courthouse — built in 1909 — in the state under an expand-,will be started shortly thereaf ed program, reports George'ter. Trible, chief of farm placement ^ ..,,.. . ^ .. t Employment Security Commia-j The fesUviUw begin with jguided tours at 10 a.m. with Lincoln County 4-H Club mem wiir sion (ESC). Eight offices of the oc,s wm , -. ---..—•„ employ the necessary p«opl ei^ r V semn f as « uide *^ po ! mw who speak the language of the reservation or p u e b 1 o as a part of the recruiting effort, offices are i "" Alamogordo, The excuse to open; with 13 high card points you should open every time or at least 99 per cent of the time. You don't need that much high card strength for an overcall. Here your primary requisite is playing strength. Usually you need opening hiqh card strength for a takeout dou- bie. Thus, in the 1 parly days of contract someone got the idea that an overcall snowed less than an opening bid ami a takeout double at least an opening bid This idea has completely disappeared from expert circles tc>day. The overcall does not deny opening bid strength and there are. some hands that are not worth an opening b;d but are worth a takeout double • North's hand is not worth an Irrigation ' Waters Plentiful IK I nitccl I'rrs* International TN- stair', 1 * <!roi,'C.;t - plac, 1 "'! larnuTs vviuM it'i elve a l)i>p..^ in irrigation water t.ii". \e.tr aiv'rxi;,-!,; to the co\rrnmt-r.t = Uitf<* watt'r Mifiply forecast* V'w N'c.xx'o streams ihouhi pro\;> t. 1 e N>st imitation wa- trr supply m a number of years." *au! ',' A. TUhvell. Mate conservation^', for the US So;) Tli»" only pessimistic note ir. the report di-alt with low w.itcr marks In the state's reservoir- overcome before there would !«• an ample supply of irritation Vhii') TidWrl! s;i;..l hail t,) !..<• water. On the roisrr side of report ua< K>recast«l water »upp'.ies ^46 fK-r cent above normal on the Kio Grande and 1fW jfr cent above atrragc on the San Juan Kncr T:,c sa;:n' Mtuatiori fM-U-d to a Ic-.-.-r i v tent on the Canadian n:i<l i't, .- Usven. T»dw«?H fufd at 180 per c. "• of normal tr.c average vr ,.* cover rcm:»:n;ni: on t.ne U i o Grandc't runoff course* ir, (', •: orado In lower New Mrvs.-n .•!- e\'atj*)ns v*i!>, !.>.«• t -x- t -ji!for'\ ^: areas rear id"! H;>er Taos anj Santa Fe. the cortservatiMiv i»t said the runuff was over. He .stressed water suppiv forecasts were based on no: ma! rainfall and temperatures K>r the rest of the vear. KEEP YOUR WEDDING STORY ALIVE FOREVER between the fotvrt of one of our tnw MOT, or in «u pnn*. . . twt f«r m bf m»*i wtiuUed SASS STUDIO KB* TkonUoa Pk. J-8HS AJbuq u e r . Santa Fe, Gallup. Farmington, Espanola, Grants and Taos. Previously. Navajos have been more receptive to accept- in? farm work off U.e reservation as there was less local op- iportunity. Pueblos often are 'near a population center where it is possible to commute to a job. Trible said is part of and to perform the TODArs by Mexan Nationals oy .Mexican .Nationals The ESC opened bids jtors Bands from f zo, Corona and Ruidoso wilt present concerts on Use court' house lawn beginning at 11 a.m. and will play as a unit at the noon flag raising ceremonies. County Commission C h a 1 f- man Max Oliver will Intro- uce the commission and DUt. Judge George Zimmerman who will be master of ceremonies. Former Gov. Tom Bo 1 a c k will speak, and State Sen. J0€ Skeen will dedicate the build* i ing. The combined Lions Clubs jof Capitan, Ruidoso and Carri- By United Press International 'zozo will serve a beef barbecue Uolowing the ceremonies. There is no charge for the barbecue. The afternoon will be rounded out with dances and more toursofthenew facility. Moisture In Soil Still Short tn Department of Agriculture report a continued 8hortage of ^ molitur iur fm€d imany parts of New Mexico, de( spite recenl ra , ns - n (hfi north- 1 a s t e m three-quarters of the state. Said ' however - ; estimated 3,100 Navajos in these areas who are 14 years They said the rains also help,and older who are available for livestock ranges in eastern New farm work. Mexico. 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