Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 6, 1965 · Page 14
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 14

Clovis, New Mexico
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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&flVtS fhm, May fl, 1965 Moisture Outlook luvenlle Court Costs 'Rapped In 3 Counties * SANTA FE ** Charges that reached for comment, court costs assessed in juvenile rtw Afc ^ . . mt . cases had been used to finance L 0reen reported, ''Most young an inflated court operation intster s are filed on there, for any Dona Ana, Otero and Lincoln l reason whatsoever." counties, were heard by thai "Could this be motivated by a, . , - n , . , i/f •„..,, - -•• -. «- —., , U1111B1V state finance board, Tuesday, (desire to raise court costs'" a sk- |moisture outlook in New Mexi-iofficial for the Office of Econo-ithe Migrant Worker Ministry I' State Court. AministraW!!, 1503 " 1 member Lincoln ^particularly injiortheastern "^Opportunity has ^sald. _ land state officials was to Mate ,'Lowell Green, in a report pre*| OBrien of Farmington. 'senled to the state finance board; Green replied "Yes sir " said, "It is difficult to explain! By United Press International General rains and west snow SANTA FE (UPI)-New Mexico is eligible for $500,000 in federal funds to finance projects to aid the state's poverty- have improved considerably the; stricken migrant workers, an New Mexico Eligible For $500,000 For Aid To Migrant Farm Workers o A \rrti A t^rn /ttr^-tv *» «* . * . . federal funds could be process ed within two weeks of receipt. The meeting in the capital city between the Council of Churches, the DCCC, formerly how the Third District, with 1 A change in the law required about nine percent of the state's population, experience 31 per cent of juvenile matters of the , state." The finance board had directed Green to prepare a report on Third District on a request for adult court costs to be paid to the State Court Fund, he said, but juvenile court costs are still retained locally. Former State Sen. Fabian Chavez, of Santa Fe. contended I that the local government divi- . . ! finance had rubber stamped following aj porposed distdct court budgetSt irom the iand in some districtS( Chavez said. . . - --,-- Cotton planting in cotton pro- which was submitted bv Distrir4i available income > then seek ducing counties of eastern and Court See W T ScoSo m ° ney t0 fil1 the gap from the Southern New Mexico continued yourt juage w. i. scoggm or; s)nt - . )n . lrt fnr . H _ ... operating budget for the re-| to %rofect"n 1 ?SSdlhi« > IbS! mainder of the fiscal yearJ n< *>, n t, n :„„„„„ ,u i. and eastern New Mexico. The U.S. Weather Bureau and the New Mexico Dept. of Agriculture reported today rains and snows last week improved a "dismal" crop outlook, with no moisture totals of more than an inch coming at a critical time for development of the eastern New Mexico wheat crop. Soil moisture shortages continue in southern and western — « rr v. v...,,i, , lc<0 ouiu. ; anu male uimjidis was to iniate Tom Karter of the OEO's Mi-|the shaping of projects to sub- grant Worker Division told state mit to the OEO. Further development of pro^ officials, members of the New Mexico Council of Churches and the Dept. of Co-Operatlve Christian Concern Tuesday in Santa Fe applications for 100 per cent A spokesman for the DCCC, ful only as far as persons in- said Tuesday that personnel ' " " " - - - - posals will be hashed out during a meeting Wednesday morning in Albuquerque of the Council of Churches. from the domestic peace corps would probably be requested to expedite proposed programs to be submitted to the OEO. Projects suggested Tuesday included the Roswell, Carlsbad, Portalcs and Las Cruces areas well as Northern New Mexi RosweN Hosfs Wool Judging ROSWELL — New Mex i c 0 4-H wool judging leams will compete Saturday, in the annual contest at Roswell. Teams will compete for state honors and tips to the National Wool Judging Contest at Sonora, Tex. June 8-10. Medals for contestants are provided by the Artesia Wool Cooperative. The A. D. Jones volved are also active in leadership "at the local level." "We must do a better job during the off season to help migrant workers find employ- ---, ment," he said. lie added thejKstate of Roswell furnishes the OEO wanted the poor to be-'high learn trophy and the Debou- come participants in programsjllel Sheep Breeders Associa- Catholic School Head Seeks Federal Funds New Mexico, the two agencies; ALBUQUERQUE (UPI) - The [public school land with the slip- coin : ctirtniMtifnrt*4s\tt* «/•__• * . .. " clS WC 1 1 3S JNurinGrn INPW IViPYi ..... j-- »-.-.•*.- 1 — • -... -•• |.'iup. ) iMtiiu l "-fv •_•« i- — i' — ~ — « - . u - »wu wi i.t~ co which is a "bleedine abs" Of comiminitics ' churches a n d lion will give plaques to h i g h of poverty," according tn' social 1 social services. Individual. i superintendent of schools formation that the new facilities! Moxico ml & lic Archdio- „„ „„„„„£! T r I, ,, disappointing Dr. Clark Knowlton, part-time OEO consultant. Knowlton, presently with Texas Western University in El I'aso. is a former faculty member of Highlands University, in Las Vegas. Knowlton said previous programs aimed at alleviating some of the poverty of N e w workers were of the (the Santa Fe Catholic Archdio- „„ „„„„„ r , ,, ° Cathollc ^failure to listen to people on the Las Cruces. Green's report showed that state court fund. Chavez, who has done exten- operational costs in the Third isive studies into court operations District were the highest in the i as former chairman of the Legis- state on a per-case basis. I lature's Judicial System Study The report also showed the!Committee, was hired last week f\i\rd District handled more by the committee to carry out! at a high soming in the Espanola Valley and first cutting of alfalfa is increasing. Summer range prospects were also improved by last .,<IIILIA .ivioiiivi, imiiujc/u iiiuiu u^ nit* uuiiniiiut't? LU Ucll 1 V U UL j u . oo i. •„ rnnicltifa juvenile cases during 1964 than a'detailed study into district 1 mmsiure. any other comparable district, court financing. j Cotton outlook is described as Green said it appears that He pointed out that the Su-jgood to excellent with some court costs collected in juvenile preme Court has general super- fields up to a good stand and cases this fiscal vt-ar will total'intending authority over the dis- nlantine continuing elsewhere. Moxico ml & ani „ „ ting "because :cese said today he will travel nt to Dallas May 19 to meet with j local level." ^ southwest school officials to de- "There is a possibility of aid 1 Karter stressed the import- i (ermine the extent of federal in several areas for Catholic anco of l° ca ' participation in |3id parochial schools may re-: students. We will meet later the OKO programs. The proj- Iceive through the recently pass- 1 this monlh with public school ccts, he said, would be success- led education bill. ' administrators in Dallas and - 1 Father Albert Schneider said d( ' cide the amount of aitl we ' Contract Awarded he has studied the bill and , f "T* 1 ' ^ su f )crinten -' W1IITK SAXns (UI>1 '- A isaid the archdiocese may bene- ' government contract for supply 'fit throuh the constr of He said the school svstem of inE mcasurin K ;imi recording the archdiocese, includes abouti e(|lllpmcnt In su W' rt " f u ' s!s Let Beneficial put CASH in your pocket today GTT CASH TO PAINT UP ... FIX UP ... TUNE UP ... DRESS UP . . . any good reason'. Ju<,t phone, tome in, ant! pick tin the money you want! It's the fastest way to take care of all your Spring expenses at one time. Call Beneficial nowl through the construction common school facilities. about $8,000. trict courts, but that the district "Only two other judicial dis-. courts are virually independent tricts. of the state, the First and; as far as actual administration, the Eleventh Districts, access including finances, is concerned. costs in juvenile cases. In other The Third District's projected districts, costs are not assessed budget for 1965-66 calls for an or the amounts are negligible." expenditure of $231.062, inclucl- t.he report said. ing $40,122 from the state court Judge Scoggin could not be fund. He planting continuing elsewhere. Vegetables in the Mesilla Val- lings will pi ley are also rated good to ex-' cellent and lettuce cutting began this week. be built on • ics BENEFICIAL Loans $25 to $1000 on Auto. FurmHie or Salary Beneficial Finance Co. of Clovit 114 EAST 4th ST. (Back of Smgletorry Hardware) Plione: POrter 3 3468 • Ask for the Yl S MANager OFLH tVENtNGS By APPOINTMENT — PHONE fOR HOURf 1985. BCNEFICIAL FINANCE CO. BUYING OR SELLING? READ CLASSIFIED ADS FOR FAST RESULTS 1320 WALLACE "BIGGEST IITTIE STORE IN NEW MEXICO" CLOSED SI XDAYS PHONE 763-6721 DAIiQT Wilsons r.S.D.A. Prime Young Spring Bake and KUnV I Serve With Millt • I «'"5' " Shoulder Cut - Lb. . . BREAST OF SPRING LAMB SIT>. i-i\ \Viili Mixed BACON vrr sr KiM - : TONGU£^ IV1 ' A '"•!"•''••'' '••"-'> '•••'"> i ; I WI^IWWb.J servo With Spinach Lb. ,.... PORK LOIN ROAST ^IS:;^ ,.M> YI.UIU; Kakiiv.; , , 0 ; i, h Ll , Ll ,, ln & Tender I.I-. 29c 55c 39c 49c 45c 79c From p> 'y to|is ( ' ol »P«' > c Pric,.\V: (Duality .\n.v\vhcr 5 CHUCK ROAST IA( SWISS STEAK FRYERS t PIKES PEAK ROAST 39c 49c 29c 63c |rcc_Delr/ery_Pius S&H Green Stamps '"' 79c CRISCO COFFEE 79c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 37c \\ lull' S A .111 < III ASPARAGUS INSTANT TEA 33c 69c CftUFORNIA CUCUMBERS *" h 10c STRAWBERRIES 3 ; SI I ! CANTALOUPE 15c RELISHES 4 J $1.00 37c SALAD OLIVES WESSONjO|L __ GOLD ME^AL FLOUR Vienna Sausage 2 ? 39c MIRACLE OLEO 33c 10 - 95c SNOWY BLEACH 47c METRACAL $1.49 COCA COLA :>;i!ci'u:n l! SOAP 39e 2J39c FROZEN HANDI PACK POTATOES ^.^ —«_^. _.- i ___.__.._._^«.—^_.—___—~ •L...:",,'ft-I'inat:.-. -1. T: .a'-.^-u 2 & 39c ORANGE JUICE 39c M FISH STICKS 2 • 49e HOLLY BEET SUGAR (!i'(t\\ii In Om t J\\ n ('dii 11>.-1|> i V' l>"< >il 1' al nici 10-We Whik 2i29e PEAS Wliite Swan Mn^taiiJ vv ! unit;j GREINS 2.25e WAX PAPIR IVORY LIQUID Jiol! 27e S9e GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM 49c Open 7 Days A Wtek 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Buccaneer Stamps With Every Purchase Double On Wed. Festival i- Gal. (J Bottle On. All Ill-amis POP 39' Mortons Frozen All F'l:i\or«. PIES Bacon Cudohy Wicklow 2 II.. CHUCK ROAST Choice Lb. 45 ARM ROAST Choice Lb. 9 CLUB STEAK Choice Lb. 69 Fryers USDA Grade 'A Lb 29 c SAUSAGE (Hi Itr.tml Whole 4 CORN i'i UK- (Jriiiicn (jS or UK DOG FOOD Tall ( an> 15 - 51 BABY (irrlkvrs MIX >!uirtiiic ( llnr. \ rllou \\ Ililr-Spiiv GREEN BEANS Sl.i.lIiJif C't,! I'.iUC .'Ki.'i t .il: 5 < S1 ASPARAGUS StrlirJUK All (,!' iilHI ' .ill 4 - S1 Slmriiiir All (, COFFEE •i I.!.. Can $1.3* I I.I). Can CLOROX >-. (.al. (iiiutl (,»ii,ilil\ BROOMS 79 e STARCH ..IV. •< Mi S|i! .! Kl'i I,IK J..'. I U ('.III 35! 49c MORTONS TEA • Lb. I'kg. 29c FACIAL TISSUE l.ydia Gray 2UJ Count liox 2-15C Al tli (h (an Oranjjc or <ira|H* BISCUITS Shurfifsh Swi-fl or Butlci milk 3 - 25c Food King 2 v/ 2 Can i WWM mii*| * , f ^«wii ^^ ^^^ Peaches 19 CRACKERS Siuu l Swct-l or iiuttcinulr. BREEZE Giant 69 FBESH 04ILV |Af Ol K KK Sutton's DO'Nuts Doz 6Sc TrluliT 'IVvas GREEN BEANS 2 25* ^^^^^^^ ff * |Ml ^^fflffijsi CORN Vi-ll<n\ SQUASH 2 19 e LETTUCE t; t S'/.eer (jo den i! tars aslleU:* 01 :" 2s29c ' Villf |ti|M» CANTALOUPES 3 /ur 5^ I ORANGES Large Ca! * 25c I inn Pluk Tomatoes 25* BANANAS 2 25c Large Ripe I Or Size CRACKER JACKS I'lin- ( illlr llit|HTi:il SUGAR 10 Lb. Bag $189 Shortening 3 Lb. Con 69 C Tall All I lav or* 8 Oat. Pkg. JELL-0 329

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