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May 7, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 8

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4* if -. _ Austin Bar Owner Criminal Count ; AUSTIN (UP1)—Roy Eazor, the Austin bar owner tvhose bistr6 nas been the target of , ;3ntegr|tlem attempts, today ; "Places' jstlminal charges for zon- j ing Viftlations. I * Sofflifc 150-200 singing, chant! Ing demonstrators and counter- pickets were at his door again last Wednesday, some to protest, ; -Jsome r to uphold his all-white policy. • Eazor;was arrested Wednesday and charged in Austin's corpo- ^ation court with violating a •*0nlng ordinance which permits! ^'- *" Sell beer, but only with 1 food. He had argued to integration- ists earlier that he was immune from the public accommodations section of the 1964 civil rights act because he had removed his kitchen and served no food. Eazor was free Thursday on $100 bond, facing trial May 21 in judge Tom McFarland's court. The integration pickets last night at the student watering spot were members of the Uni versity of Texas Student Interracial Committee (SIC). PIZZA KING No. 1 TREE DATE SPECIAL" Gentlemen, Bring Your Date To PIZZA KING No. 1, 1407 Mom, Pay For Your Piza Order And She'll Receive A 7" T&C Pizza FREE. 1407 Main 763-9972 SirOWTEMES — THRU TUBS.! 1:30 — 3:28 — 5:26 — 7:24 — 9:22! •«•" ,«w-.-^'3W ...playing the game that separates the'glHs ~" and the boys ..into groups** of two! Ann/rs — noc SIW — li5i- C'HILD — 3.>c PLUS — TOM & JERRY COLOR CABTOON TOMTK AND SAT. — OPEN TONITE 6:30 (OMIMOIS SHOWS SAT. FROM 1:30! MoROW|75HlK)ClbR — PLUS — KEOONU At'TlON THBIIXEB Filming Slated At Carlsbad CARLSBAD (UPI)- A movie based on a book by a Santa Fe author—and starring Dean Mar tin—will be filmed at Carlsbad Caverns in August. Martin will star as Matt Helm, an American secret ag ent in the movie "The Silencers" adapted from a book written by Donald Hamilton of Santa Fe. Other segments of the movie may be shot elsewhere In New Mexico and officials of Columbia Pictures met in Santa Fe Tuesday with State Department of Development officials. Martin will costar with Daliah Lavi. Phil Karlson, who will direct the movie, an- ounced Tuesday It will be filmed In Carlsbad Caverns National Park beginning Aug 2 "The Silencers" is one of eight best-selling books dealing with the exploits of Helm, described as "America's most nigged, virile, suave and ruthless secret agent." School Audit Started SANTA FE - An audit of books of Truth or Consequences Schools w - begun by Asst. Stat Auditor Ai,>ert Romerff State Auditor Alex Armijo said the audit will cover the period from last July 1 to the present. Armijo said the examination of records is being made because e school district has undertaken a heavy construction pro?ram in the current fiscal year, including erection of a new high school. Armijo said Raymond Keithly, former president of the Truth or Consequences School Board, requested the audit. Keithly, who is district attorney for the Seventh Judicial District, emphasized he asked for the audit as an ex-school board official. — The Lighter Side Duly-Free 'Hooch 1 At Issue In House WASHINGTON (UPl)- Friends, if you happen to have an old lame grandmother who 'ikes to drink and gadabout in ask yourself . . _ — to see her hobbling down the gangplank of oreign countries, his question: Would you like ney, was on hand to register a protest. He contended it would discriminate against certain types of travelers, such as crippled old ladies. Discriminate Against Elderly "No doubt " Porter conjectured, "the average tourist will MUCH AlOVE NORMAL AlOVE NORMAL D NEAR NORMAL fPl lELOW tiiiui NORMAL MM, MUCH RBJ mow ^^ NORMAL wffl te »borc normal in the eastern part the country, below normal in the west. an ocean liner, her fral, feeble jstill be prepared to struggle rame bending low under the back, despite the inconven- USE NEWS-JOURNAL WANT ADS burden of a gallon of hooch? Well, then, I would advise you to take heed of a matter hat came before the House ways & Means Committee this week. The point at issue is whether American tourists should have o lug their duty-free liquor along with them when they re- urn from a trip abroad. Most world travelers, as you may know, generally pick up a ew bottles of the hard stuff while overseas. That way they avoid paying taxes on it. Which ™ts the price about in half. Gallon Limit At present, up to a gallon of his bargain booze may be -ransported back to the United tates free of duty. They may ither bring it back with them r have it shipped home. Since a gallon of whisky can f et pretty heavy if carried for ny length of time, many elect o entrust the cargo to a ship- aer. Recently, however, the administration sent Congress a ill to change this arrangement. It would eliminate the uty-free allowance unless the eturning traveller had the auce in his possession. The theory is that such a measure would discourage verseas purchases, thus curb-i ng the outflow of dollars and ! improving America's balance- of-payments position. But when the Ways & Means Committee began hearings on the proposal, Paul A. Porter, a distinguished Washington attor- ience, with his gallon of duty, free liquor, for the sake of the eventual solace it will bring him. "But," he pointed out. "the elderly and the lame will not be able to take on the burden of extra luggage so easily." ; In effect, he said, Congress would be telling them that "if you aren't fit enough to carry I it back yourself, you don't deserve to have it at all." Porter, I hasten to add, did not say this simply because he believes in being kind to old ladies. He was representing a group of conmpanies that spe- lizcialize in selling and shipping , EXPECTED. PfcECIPltAfl'ON Those April showers WTO I* very irnieli hi crldeneo. Heavy precipitation trill cover much of the country. Temperature Table Water II Basin Enlarged j SANTA FE (UPI)- The Rio I Grande underground water ba- jsin has been enlarged by an i estimated 31 square miles of I water rights. State Engineer Steve Reynolds issued an order adding the land near the western edge of I Carson National Forest in Taos i county. Molybdenum Corpora- I lion of America, which has in- i cheated it would begin operat- jing a mine near Questa, may 'have to purchase water rights :for its mine. i Reynolds said the order was issued because of a recent dis- mvery that there might be .ennueh ground water to use for .industrial purposes. The order ; dives Reynolds authority over the future use of the water. j Atlanta c he-Boston c\ duty-free liquor. Nevertheless, the point .._.„„ ,, made retains its validity. Poor! Charleston old granny would be getting ! Des Moines her nightly noggin of discount!El Paso c spirits the hard way. By I'nlted Press International CiovU High Low Pep'Doming 8,1 S C IK- 84 6ft 61 44 PC Art Show Winners Announced Indianapolis pc Los Angeles c Miami Beach c New Orleans pc New York he Raleigh cy San Francisco c Spokane c Washington cy 75 .17 Wichita cy 90 70 The highest temperature r ,.. corded in the state Th\ir"i;iy |was l .!2 degrees at Carlsbad • Raton recorded the Prize-'low with ."M degrees V was recorded 82 87 81 69 79 84 78 85 6-1 fi! f>8 64 62 50 75 68 4!t 61 f>6 'Farmington 70 'Grants fit) Ilobbs '.'. '. R!» 7f"> I ~is Vegas Ha ton Rns-.vel! S;in!;i Kr Silver r;ty SO(V:.;-r<i T or C . Turn men: i Zun: 75 01 70 76 fll fii PA f,7 34 48 37 42 41 37 Mining Restricted SANTA FE (UPD- U. S. Interior Secretary Stewart Udall has issued an order prohibiting placer mining on a certain section of the Rio Grande in the Kio Grande Gorge State Park. Six claim-; in a five-mile section of the river are effected by the order. The Cottage S! KVINO "TUB WEST'S HI.HI KKIKI) nilCKKN" »',„ Sl.-nk» Ami Sf» VnnAt Hiwav no s Ml IP, VV>*t to <io 7 SHOWTIME CAry GKaNT Leslie CAT-ON BOX orncB «:30 • t:U S U N D A Y SANTA FE (UPIi- winners and honorable mentions for the 1965 contemporary- Indi.Utate^ThursVv". an artists annual exhibition of the state museum were an- : ..\lamogordo .. nounced Thursday by Director Delmar M. Kolb. Awarded "Best of Show" was ("avion a painting entitled "Grief" by Howell (Sonny) Orr. Chickasaw. of Las Vegas, Nev. The modern painting shows mourners beneath a funeral pyre. Special awards went to Kenvin Red Star of the Indian Institute for his "Crow Saddle" and to Virgil Jr. Dishta, Zuni, for his "Deer in Nature." A total of 52 paintings from the 135 entered were chosen for the 1965 contemporary Indian artists annual exhibition. T h e fin;t quarter, exhibition will open May 30 at the Fine Arts building. The winners were selected by Hi Low _ Pamper Mother on Her Day This Day In History By I'nlted Todav is 1127th da> fo!'o\v i The nr of International "r:<'v.. M;iv 7 tV lf*V> with 2''-' '• T The evening st.'ir ;< M.t> Rob'-r* !'.•••'•< •*.•••:: !>••• K: poet, was born on thi< <i<v 1812 On thli day lr, h!«v*r\ In 1915. a Gorman «:ih:r.ri the liner I.•)••!! 'iff the ty>a>t "f lrr':i n d It • tn less than 2 most 1.200 people them Americans In W5 Germar at Gener,'*! Ki^on took th«rt •Mth* MM looking I ROBERT GOULFT* WILLIAMS a jury composed of Yeffe Kimball, American Indian and one of the top women painters in the nation, and Delbert J. Me-, bride, director of American "^ 10(lo " (! Ethnology and contemporary " f ' ' he ' ° Crafts, curator of art at t h e'r Cheney Cowles Memorial Museum of the Washington State Museum, Spokane, Wash. Other winners: -William A. Andrews, Cher- Barters in Hheims okee, from Las Cruces, for his "Desert Mountains," the School of American Research award, and the Mary Benjamin Rogers Purchase award. —Richard Servilican. from Ft. Apache, Ariz, for his painting "Crow," the Southwestern Association on Indian Affairs award. —George D. Keahbone, a Kiowa, from Santa Fe. for his "Wounded Buffalo." the Museum of New Mexico Purchase award. —Fritz Srholder. Mission In-: lian. for his "New Mexico No. 8." first honorable mention — Jaon Hi!!. Creek - Cherokee, rom M'.iskiijree. Okla for her "Guardian? of the Mesa " second honorable mention —Stanley Connerv (if fVn\rr |Colo, f..r his "My^terv Tavern" third honorable mention Additional honorable mentions were awarded the following — R. C Gorman, from San Francisco. Calif : Lynn Dage Las Cruces; Neil Parsons Santa Fe: George C. Keahbone. Santa Fe; Linda Lomahaftewa. and Earl Biss. at the Indian Institute in Santa Fe; Johnny Smith, from Hooper Bay, Alas- ; ka; Josephine Gorospe from, Laguna; Fred Natachu from Zu- • ni; Alexandra Backford from f the Indian Arts Institute. Rob- 1 ert Kie from Laguna; Wiston Kallestewa from Zuni; Thomas Seton, Hooper Bay, Alaska. and l-» surrendered .-.M>r's >;.-;.d Kran,.-<SUNDAY BUFFET WILL BE SERVED EVERY SUNDAY 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. COMPARE! CABIN snu Kentucky ASSORTED SALADS BAKED HAMi Pineapple sauce ROAST BEEFf brown gravy • SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN • COUNTRY FRIED STEAK Sun Klilki' I'otutut'ft — ( .lll(1i< d \ am* —

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