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May 7, 1965

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

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r \ Around The State Water Promotion Set For New York Visit SANTA FE, N.M. (UPT)-Of-irick's School In Raton, ficials of the New Mexico De- ! The decision said trenches and velopment Department will be!ditches for a sprinkler system taking cans of dehydrated wa-jhad been dug on the school ler back to New York City this grounds in July, 1958. At least , week wheli they meet with bus- one excavation had been left op- iinessmen from the Empire Jen and had not been covered nor j state and visit the World's had barricades been erected, > Fair. j The youngster, who was 10 The carls are a promotional!years old at the time, jumped ; scheme to point out to the east- across the excavation twice for ^ern businessmen that the state "fun." When he tried it the third lean furnish adequate water to|time, he struck his right leg on | any Industry interested in lo- the edge of a sidewalk and broke it "sustaining serious and perm- 'thejanent injury," the decision said. GODDESS CANDIDATES I eating in the state. A label on the can says. .contents of this can are certi-i Church officials at the fied to be 100 per cent pure;school were aware that children New Mexico dehydrated water. | trespassed on the grounds and Dehydrated water differs from j played there, the majority decj- other water in that the formu-!sion said. It added that, accord- la is changed from H20 to 0.ling to Kent's testimony, he did One common source of New,not think of the danger nor did Mexico dehydrated water is the it occur to him he might be hurt, mirages that appear around the ; Church officials claimed trespass, contributory negligence Social fraternity and soroi- Mexico University will vote ,,,,-. and Goddess to reign over Greek tteek activities through May Ifx Goddess candidates -- one from each national sorority on campus - are left to right kv'rnrMfnrt'fl^l'm ^A 11 ," 1 , 1 ™^ C !' i ° m( ' k ' a: Sandy O'ChPs' .rmrages inai appear H rou,,u »,«: Ahimue™ White Sands National Mom,- pass, conmmitory negngence an&n q nllon°o P f S\&* io"'lK-S, beTnT^em! M '^ " ^ ^^ ^ ^ m ^ ° f rlsk - W(l " am bly Tuesday. ' «.<-.. Alternate Plan Eyed On Indian High School ALBUQUERQUE — Leonard'ca! activities of that group." DcLayo. superintendent of "••'•lie instruction reported tlia! the State Education Department has won proposed an alternate p'an to the $13 million his;h school the Bureau of Indian Affairs is advocating. The $13 million budce! request from BIA originally vas for a hu;h school. but in '!'° wake of < riMrUrn from Indian t!r<>:!v>- ;md education <i(?;.-'.iS ir -Aa-, 'li-- i-.ded that t!;e hi;;:i scho<>: s':>< ;!•! eventually be pha.-ed <>'i< : -" '•»• \or of a technical train:!'.: °- .•.>''''! In the alternate props h by Chnrie- S ( ',UTV if the dfp.irlnipv' s I':v sum of $13 million New Mexico." Saul charged the excavation The label also warns not to with its dirt piles was an "at- use the dehydrated water for tractive nuisance." mixing baby's formula, for automobiles using water cooled Architect Named engines, in swimming pools, for ice cubes. ' LAS CRUCES (UPI) - The But the label does say, "dry cit >' commission has named martinis become even dryer. Lawrence A. Garcia & Asso- On the rocks drinks will carry clal es of Albuquerque to design more emphasis." a new city hall for Las Cruces. The architect's fee was set at The directions for use of tr •<-n- used to provide dormitory New Mexico dehydrated water 6 p 7 r ~ c "enY of'tbe' build^gYcosl iciUues m Albuquerque and says, "empty the contents of estimated at $250,000. • armm^ton. and to expand fan into one gallon of water. ih'ise in Gallup, and the Indian s 'ir until dissolved, chill and The proposed structure will children in these three dormi- serve. . .we recommend that it contain 20,000 square feet of tones uere enrolled in the public is most palatable when mixed space, twice as much as the schools i; is our opinion that the w 'i'h pure N'ew Mexico moun-. present city hall. Last year the intei:ra::o:i o! the students would ta i n water." jcommission voted to remodel the result in far greater progress The v/ater is especially bene-' c ' 1{v hall, but decided to build a developed in an isolated ficial for after dinner speakers, new one when they learned how ion the label says, who specialize much it would cost to modernize the old building. sent It has lo the R'! d by !n<- ves t' at v'^h la:: >:ce«.<. of i* aM «• v"i. i iatirtr>. famil.ar M 1 Although the State Education in dry wit. Department plan was submitted . " _ :a.si month, DeLayo said he AlbuquerqUCCm DrOWHS hopes that the alternate still will !»' seriou^y considered. He said ;••• still is opposed to any pro'<]'"•- 1 '- t ''' r •'< segregated Indian v.-:u>.'l. rve-i though promi "- .'•.r." now !><v:i made to ron- '-•"' i vrn:u.,:'v s,) a technical ec Convict Loses Appeal Belen Tax Vote Set BELEN (ITU — A special ALBUQUERQUE <UPI>— The election on a proposed one cent body of an Albuquerque man, 'sales tax for Belen has been set -.l-.'ntified as Audon Marque/., for May 25. fifi. was found Tuesdav in a _„ _, _ ., T.ie Town Council set the election date and Councilman, W. F. Kraft said the tax is "des- to meet city obligations in street construction j,, and street light installation. •:Ira:nac<» ditch in (lie southwest section of the city. "He apparently drowned." . . .., and -there was no immediate ^ atcl >' needed A r» * ' n o 11 /\ n L- i n ^- 1 r* n i <-\ I'.kMice of fo;h play." said !?rnali!lo Cour.tv Sheriff H.M,,,. """ »»«'• »&'• >me s to • n-r,. Real Estate •si ^DT ^r^lt B vl ^ff OLD or NEW PROPERTIES Long Terms CIovU Apprniwr Dial 763-4191 HOME FEDERAL A»»'n o( 108 N \\r. \ — J'..rUl.-«. S M SA\T\ KM ."•-> S .;.-,••!-.• f !.-.»•! ar. ; ,j,;-o.i ^-i !-.-iS:'-ial t-r in (,\t T'ie N'ew Mex ':''* .''.as turne from ;i ofinv;- minal that h :.:'•,: s had b.-f pr«". ;i'us trials T,ne?h Loe Flowers ' ' s ;i;>. n <'.-|' tr. fh<- v \ that lie was an •A.-f. ' :>: >:-.»••• Iv re: hij •- t..at he ir-1 char. ''f was an jrtclig i 1 .isn't aware of tx ls approved May take effect Junc L place your trust in, ,* _, profession! bonds 'pif* PEESCR ';. Fred Dimas. : Previous attempts of create An autopsy was ordered by a one-cent sales tax in Belen "ounty^ Coroner Dr. J e r o m e failed, both via an election last '".reenb'att. i spring and by several restrain- f+ _* A J t\ ' n » orders when town council- WOUrt Awards Damages men attempted to establish the SANTA KE (UPI i - T h e tax anyway. New Mexico Supreme Court, ir tr ,i* • ''•'.] s;.!i! decision, has affirmed 05 j, wi t i V'wr court ruling asainst the " ' ' ••.v-rtlir churcii's archdiocese of To Greet TOUthS -i-r.i Ke SANTA FE — Gov. Jack M. I'.iry.arvs of S.T 606 were Campbell will be in Albuquer- I'AjMir-d by a jury in Col fa \ que May 15 to welcome a train Coin'y Hi-tnct Court to Kent with patients from Carrie Ting- vt 1 .: a minor, and h;< father ley Crippled Children's Hospital \\'i";;)::' H. Siui of Raton. Kent at Truth or Consequences. was injdru e^n 1953 while plav The governor will greet the -••'•"• -.;i-vl8 of St. Pat- children on their arrival, watch - • a parade with them and lunch with them at the Masonic Temple Afte-ward the youngsters will visi* the A'buq'ierque Zoo while 'v Campbell goes on to Moun- 'ainair for dedication of the s'ate's first job corps camp. •'•••IBIIIMU- ^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^••••••l PLANT-UP... 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