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May 6, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 3

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Around Th« Sfcrte State Requirements Fulfilled On Rocket Testing Facility SANTA FE (UPI) - Gov. Jack M. Campbell's office reports that the state has fulfilled all Its requirements In connection With the proposed rocket testing facility to be located in southern New Mexico by Bell Aero- lystems Co. of Buffalo, N.Y. Bell indicated last year it was interested in acquiring the 20,000-acre tract for a testing facility. The governor's office *aid Tuesday the next steps Were up to Bell. Land for the facility has been ebtained from federal and state Sources and offered to Bell. However it is believed Bell is awaiting word on its bid to receive a government contract before taking any further steps in establishing the facility. The firm announced it would build a testing complex for the development of advanced rocket engines using high energy, solid fuel propellants, Campbell's office said there are no present plans' for the governor to meet with Bell officials when he makes a trip to New York City with a group of New Mexico businessmen next week. Bell representatives have been invited to attend a reception in New York City for the delegation of New Mexicans, however. Movie Job For Ex-Chief SANTA FE — Santa Fe Police Chief A. B. Martinez Sr. is with the movie industry now, on a temporary basis. , Chief Martinex was suspended late last month for a 60-day period for insubordination. This week representatives of Universal Pictures c o nfirmed that Martinez had been hired as a truck driver at the set of "And Now Miguel," which is being filmed in the ghost ranch area near Abiquiu. ! The city council suspended I Martinez for not following Us directive to sever his connec- | lions with the Santa Fe Fiesta Council. Socorro Budget OK'd SOCORRO — The Socorro Board of Education has approved a $1,655,178 budget for the 1965-66 school year. The budget for the Socorro Consolidated Schools is $555,915 more than for the current fiscal year. The boart heard a report that it would finish the year with a $155,000 cash balance. The increase in the budget will go mainly for salary increases ranging from $195 to $600 a year. The increase will average $336. Board Won't Contest LA JOYA — The La Joya School Board has decided not to contest a $270.000 school bond issue which was defeated because it would have to use public money to do so. The board upheld the 141-85 defeat of the issue in a canvassing meeting. But, the board said any voter could file an election contest within 10 days. Supt. Richard Bnrela had al- lefied that in one precinct the ORANGES ...that's why there's more flavor in Borders ORANGE DRINK! Thi> i U'tWeeu-uifuJ rvtft- hltu'lil yludUn'i iulitrrii hkA-.iiuriK h Untiii- i-- iJiudt* fruin fri-.-i, uruir.'i'v Sum uti'tl, il ijut'tH'iif- thirst \\iiluiiii s V'UUg UPlK'llU'-. llrulSiifu! Uliti hundy to offer p!a>!iiatc>. Happily, it K»I> much U* than what you'd s^-nd for carbon;*U*] ix'Vt-rajjt's Kt'i-p pirn!v !>"-'. i <>!'! \ ii ir ri-: r -'• '. ><n. i. rlii iiil urbuh poil.ii i'bond issue lost 59-5 and that Ihere were only 37 qualified electors in the precinct. Scholars Recognized CAPITAN - Elizabeth Marie Rosenblatt, sophomore at Capitan High School, is one of 35 students selecled for the biology summer science training program for high-ability secondary school students at Ihe University of Texas from June 6 lo Aug. 7, under Ihe sponsorship of the Nalional Science Foundation. Miss Rosenblatl also has received a similar offer from New Mexico Highlands University, also under the sponsorship of the National Science Foundalion. Eileen Willis, Caoitan High I School senior, has received a j $120 scholarship award at East- jern New Mexico University as I a result of a scholarship testing j program at Portales. Academic I scholarships to both New Mexico Western and New Mexico Highlands universities also have been offered to Miss Willis. Space Workshop Set SILVER CITY _ An aero-, space education workshop for elementary teachers will be held' on the campus of Western New Mexico University July 12 — Aug. 12 during the second five-j week summer session. | Designed for elementary teachers who have little or no previous work in science, the course will feature lectures by! specialists and field trips. Thej course will cover the history and; principles of air and space j night, development and use ofi airplanes, rockets and satellites,] and a view of the world of to-1 morrow and how to teach for it. j Beauty Contest Slated LAS CIU'CES - < UPI) -! Sixteen girls will compote this week for the title of Miss South- Central New Mexico. j Winner of the Las Cruces contest will win a spot in the Miss New Mexico pageant later this year at Hobbs. | This week's event opened' Wednesday with registration of jcontestants and closes Saturday; ! night with crowning of the win-' Iner. Last year's winner of the (Miss South-Central competition. ; Helen Growden of Las Cruces. will crown the new victor •• Sign Erection Planned SANTA KE - The state highway department will do its own installation of signs on an Inter- ; Ktate 25 project north of Raton. , I State purchasing agent Dante ;Vaio prepared a hid Invitation ; Monday on construction of the jhu signs to be installed by the I highway department. Yai<> said 'In- bids will he opened the first (Week in .lime i .) A. Kennedy of the traffic l-ervires division of the depart! nient said it is unusual for the 'department tn install the signs 't'sually the signing Is included jas a normal part of the hi^h- wav construction work. Chemical Meet Slated LAS CWCKS — The Southern '.New Mexico Section of the American Chemical Society will hold a meeting .n-mimature Sat- urd.iv at New Mexico State. Members and finest > from Carlsbad, Alanii^nriio K! I'aso, i Albuquerque and the Las Cru!i-e> area are invited to attend. j Monument Lodge Open j SANTA KE d'l'li — Bande- jher National Monument's Fn- (nies Cjuvoti Lodge formai!> (oj)iMU-d Saturday i S«-a>on;:! pt-Miiit* — good for ;1he iTMuinder of !%"> — aie on '•-.lit 1 Tlic-e pennit-i Co-.t f>0 urns a person for those 16 and ;o!der but is \aiui only fir Ban- Ideher. Those planning to visit other j national parks, forests or monuments ma> purchase a $7 bum- iper sticker good for all the (ed- era! recreation areas ! Groin Stocks Down LAS CUl'CKS UTl'-C.ram Stock;, in New Mexico were down at l;K- start or \pn! in comparison with a >oar ago Sorghum grain stocks totaled j %4.000 bushels four per cent below the 6216000 bushels on hand a year ago. Wheat stocks are estimated at 2 640 000 bushels. 17 per cent Ix-liiw ilio.se i»! a \ear agu. Coin sliH'U .,s nl April 1 Were ''ii (AMI bushels (II \i-U' Mf-Mi ii iiilnp.ileil vvilb 'M.>, (tin ) |,a.,(,,.| .1 S r.H a,'.'i KiMey stiH'ks W<-le %.(HJl) liiishi-U :u j)tr i-eiit less than UN- i:»9 000 bushels reported a vear ago and the lowi-st April 1 barley storage since ia58. • Oat stocks were 54.000 bushels, seven per cent below the 58,000 bushels on hand last year. - The Lighter Slda Bill Collectors' Ingenuity Unmatched Did West WASHINGTON anyone who has ever fallen in arrears on a charge account can attest, bill collectors are noted for their resourcefulness and dedication to duty. If bill collectors ran the Red Cross, they likely would send bloodmobiles into turnip patches. What is more, thsy might turn up a few donors. The perseverance and ingenuity of bill collectors probably cannot be matched anywhere— (UPI) — As of his employer, whether his except by the perseverance and | the deadbeat. ingenuity of deadbeats. When the bill collector wife was employed and what time he could usually be found at home. The deadbeat, thinking he was about to receive a new auto, on which he would not have to default any payments, would complete the form and mail it back. Then the man in Detroit would forward the information to the bill collector, who would use it to put the squeeze on and the deadbeat collide, you get a rough approximation of the irresistible force versus the immovable body. This can lead to some rather interesting situations, one of which recently turned up before the Federal Trade Commission. Until tha FTC put a stop to the practice, it worked something like this: A Winner A bill collector would send! Compensation In return for .divulging data Valencia Warned On Bypass LOS LUNAS (UPI) - The New Mexico Highway Dept. Monday warned Valencia Coun* ty Commissioners they face le* gal action by failing to comply with the amended state bypass law. R. W. De La Rue, highway department administrative engineer, told the commissioners to complete a population census of residents living between Cubero and San Fidel along the proposed Interstate-40 route "within a reasonable time." The amended law requires the county commission to conduct a census for a distance of five year. The board heard a report miles along the highway and on CtOVtS State Solons Rei On Pell Tax Pro one mile to each side of it. If|a provision. WASHINGTON, 0. C. - A thoughtful position was taken Monday by New Mexico's two U.S. Senators In a stand over an administration compromise In the fight under way on the anti-poll tax provision inclusion in the voting rights bill. Both Sens. Anderson find Montoya indicated some doubts concerning the constitutionality of the provision which was sponsored by Sen. Edward (Ted) Kennedy, D-Mass. The original voting rights blfl did not include a provision to bar the poll tax in state and local elections, but a group of liberal senators led by Sen. Kennedy succeeded in adding such that wild horses couldn't drag| few er than 500 persons live in I The inclusion of the anti-poll to the __.., .. Mike Mansfield, .._.. ing on behalf of ttt House, productd 8 ctn proposal whereby the tax provision woald be but Attorney GfentfSl<! ________ Katzenback would be toitrtJcted to move a test case, OH ttte of the tax in slate and " elections, throng! the Court. Senator Joseph Montoya Ml he spent several hoftrs research over legal a*pects of the Kennedy p: and from him otherwise, the deadbeat would receive a small plastic toy auto. Although the FTC found this scheme deceptive, I think you will agree that it comes under the heading of creative thinking. In fact, the eternal battle of wits between the bill collector the name and address of a and tne deadbeat seems to deadbeat to a man in Detroit. 1 have all the elements—conflict, high drama. It might make a suspense, intrigue, etc. — of high drama. It might make a deadbeat that "Your name has 1 fine series for television. been chosen as the recipient of He, in turn, would send the deadbeat a postcard. The card would inform the "is not convinced the proposal in constitutional at this although a more liberal pretation by the courts in recent I cases might affect the provision. Sen. Montoya also pointed out that a new constitutional amend- the area, the department may j tax provision brought protests ! ment rather than a statute proceed with construction with- from Sen. Everett Dirksen, R-j handle the issue. out community approval. 111., and to resolve this threat This Day In History The Almanac By United Press International Today is Thursday, May 6, the 126th day of 1965 with 239 to follow. The moon is approaching its first quarter. The morning star is Saturn. The evening star is Mars. Sigmund Freud, the Austrian" In 1937, the German dirigible Hindenburg exploded at Lakehurst, N. J. Thirty-six passengers died. Sen. Montoya said he also felt he "could accept the Mansfield* Dirksen compromise", although he noted he was not committed on the poll tax issue, while' iw was committed to the voting rights bill. Sen. Anderson said In 1941 Communist Dictator | contacted on tte f _ Joseph Stalin became premier (Kennedy some days ago, but r\f Ritepl *» eiistf>n«*ritm ft \T \Jt _ _ * _ „ T_ • j. he was by of Russia, Molotov. In 1960, have in mind a program a new model car" If" you will called "Deadbeat." It features.date in 1856. answer all the questions, and a handsome secret operator forj On this day in history: succeeding V. M. did not commlt .,..., . that the "leadership may feel it Britain s Princess would have trouble and possibly Margaret was married to a face a filibuster with the Ken- neurologist, was born on this commoner, Anthony Armstrong-! nedv proposal in the bill." Jones. I He said the first consideration fill out and mail" tne attached a collection agency who is try-' In 1935, the Works Progress! 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