Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 9, 1965 · Page 13
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May 9, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 13

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Around The Start* New Mexico Investment Officer Buys 11,000 New Shares Of Stock SANTA FE — State inest- [dances would be part of the merit officer Robert Mead said I film. Other cultural events in- last week he purchased about I eluded were to be the Italian 11,000 new snares of common stock lor tne state during the first week in May with a yield on cost of 4.2 per cent. This yield on new stock, he said, is slightly higher than the 4.17 per cent dividend rate being received on the entire stock portfolio as of April 30. The growth of the state's common stocks climbed to a record high as of the end of April. On April 30 the investment council held 1,375,775 shares of common stocks purchased for $57,017,236.27. The market value of these shares as of the end of April was $76.699,726.87. This street festival in New York, the Chinese new year in S a n Francisco and the Cinco de Mayo celebration in Los Angeles. Tour Operator Sought SANTA FE - The New Mexico Depl. of Development is trying to help Trans World Airlines find a tour operator to stimulate travel through the airlines' "Adventure U.S.A." program. If a tour operator can be found to work in the Santa Fe or Albuquerque area, a department announcement said New Mexico will be included in TVVA's nationwide promotion in means thev had increased in by $19,682,490.60, or 34.52 i newspapers, magazines and on cent, since purchase. April 30 dividend yield on cost of 4.17 v| red $2,001,623.86 in new money into the fund during April. This land office payment is somewhat above recent average monthly payments of about $1.8 million. State Investment Office Robert Mead said the May transfer of money from the land office to the permanent fund already has been made, and amounts to $2.074 million. This amount is not included in the April month-end fund total of $270.3 million. Mead expects the total fund will climb to nearly $275 million by the end of the current fiscal year June 30. Pilgrimage Planned ALAMOGORDO - The 14th annual tour to the grave of Eugene Manlove Rhodes has been scheduled for June 13, the Permits Total $103,465 Eighteen building perm 1t s were issued at City Hall this past week totaling $103,465,99 compared to 25 permits the preceding week totaling $151 ,574.12. The largest permit this past week was issued to E.M.Wrigh Jr., for the construction of residence at 124 La Salle $20,070. Other permits issued included: Sears, Roebuck and Co., 417 W. Plaza, fence, $14.39. Gonzalo Amaor, 119 Reid, W. Mana- Starlite, Alamogordo Chamber of Com- I mercc announces. ™° d cont . c The p , 1Ig sr* ! is h ,? d domestic tour sales, " "* he ' whlC cent two years ago. The state's holdings of mer remodeling, $3.500. Francis Wood. 433 na, addition, $1,680. Milton Adcock, 700 residence, $10,060. Milton Adcock, 125 Merrill, residence, $10,359. R. M. Petty, 1309-B Reid, res- dcnce. $5,856. Herb Burch, 1400 Reid, stor age, $1.000. E. C. Cantrcll, 1117 Ross, ^^_ ^^^-^^ ^^^.^^^u ^^k^gg|g^Ad CMVB CTWMUIIUM Local Nawi Area School OK'd ly State officials of the State Public pointed school Finance Division in Clovis and ana cities during the past week studying, chang. ing and approving school budgets. The site is closed most of the year. Rhodes was a Fellowship Awarded stocks showed the j KOSWKLL. N. M. — Capt. greatest growth. Increasing in! Hector Zamarono instnictor in! southwestern "author" who" wrote market value over cost by 83.<8;Spanish and French at Ncw! more ^an 100 magazine arti- ,,cr cent as of April 30. This : Mexico Military Institute. has; c]cSi ma jnl y in the Saturday citcgory includes stocks in such; become the second fac n 1 t y JRvcning Post, and 14 novels- companies as Scars-Roebuck., member to receive a fellowship' a ii al)0ut thc W est, especially Penny's, Federated Department to attend a summer session for the Tularosa Basin. FRANCELLA E. BROWN Winn-Dixie and Sale-.language teachers. He will attend a seven-week of session for extensive and con- Stores, way. Onlv three categories stocks were valued on the mar-icentrated study of French at ket at below the actual cost tolHamilton College in Clinton. X. t I r\f\ 1 • i « «% n i \ * 1816 Ross, residence, $4.312. well k n o w n ! fe ££ gjerhan, 1001 E. Fourth, Kilmer, 2000 Mil$10,860. Eubank and Swackhammer, 113 Rosa, residence, $9,024. Eubank and Swackhamme 205 Rosa, residence, $9.024. C. Z. Rollins, 36 Norris, stor- $1.000. 30. Finan-jY. _ _ were 0/47J Earlier this month, Capt. ^per' cent "below cost: de-j Adrian Martinez Jr. instnictor and space stocks were;in Latin and Spanish at NMM1, and steel i received '• = - " and iron stocks were per cent. through construction of l.~'. <-t a ii'OSC — i i i , , ,, , . i .„ 1 ni rw»r cent' and steel i received a fellowship >..>~,.^,. _,_ , , ... , lown 1.81 per ^ ^.^ ^^.j^.,,^ ^ (o s , U(jy ,<•„ feet of pitches. this summer in Spain. F.lectncal equipment stocks Camp Title Resolved had increased in market value > LAS VFGAS _ A ] on gstand- over cost by 68.43 I w>(r ( ' cnt ';jng question over title and own- ,ir,, cs bv GO 09 I*T cent; and er .,i a jp ( 0 -,r|Q acres of C a m p . A . .utmnotivcs by M 27 per cent , fl ,. |nd has , H . en res()lvod jn ,co attorney general says the The automotive stocks w e r? Ulstn( ,, <.,„,,, villase of Quest:. Texons Get Bid SANTA FK — A Lubbock, age, Tex., firm offered the low bid for construction of concrete - ; residence, lined irrigation ditches at t h e ] H. R. Phclps, Game and Fish Dept.'s water; idence, $7.655. j John Vickrey. 809 Christop her. residence, $1,176. John Taylor. 908 S. Walnut, Collins, res- fowl area near Artesia. Gifford-Hill-Western Inc.. i bid' Construction, Inc.. Carlsbad, tho only other bidder, offered j 53.273.35. Incorporation Eyed i SANTA FE — The New Mex- IK MONTY MDCET ••IWAKTA* «>••••• JA tar TOT t..e most lucrative investment ,-,'d by the state as oi Apr 1 .'returning dividends a'^th e i!f» of fi 1 JXT cent of cost The stocks oi some copo'.i- ,, ns }M\\f more tl;:«n d.ub;.". T value since purchased For instance the s'at.' owre.1 tol WR nO shares o ea- .ux'k as of Aptvl- W- utock ivnvhased lor a n v,;!K.n. had a mar k April 30 of 52803 mi ; .i state's 16.000 shares I'tidcr tne agreement. 20 acres will be taken over by t;>.e State Armory Hoard which '•.vii! usi- it for a practice artillery ran jo. The re m a i run q 600 ai-re.s u:'.l go the Las Vegas (Iran's, a .statutory organiza- :;,in which leased land to the armorv board .several years $1 The 1' S Forest Service will lake over 3(X) of the Grants' :W acres (or use as a job corps canip. Tin- q'.u".tu>u of clear the land n»rih of Las Vegas stretched back six years. AG To Get Funds village of Questa can operate as an incorporated municipality in spite of pending law siii! e attacking the incorporation and election of villase officials. The opinion went to the loca 'government division of the State IVpt. of Finance. Luis L. Fernanda/, c h i o f of the division, asked if a budzct could be approved authorizing disbursement of funds acquired through tax collections by 'he incorporated village. The village was incorporat- \ Teen Of The Week Francella E. Brown, 17, daughter of M-Sgt. and Mrs. Frank E. Brown of Cannon AFB, is this week's "Teen Of The Week." Miss Brown, a senior at Clovis High School, has received several awards at the high school including a Latin award, typing award, named AAUW girl of the month, senior spotlight and a French award. She is a member of the Latin Club, Future Teachers of America secretary, French Club secretary and a member of the National Honor Society. She has participated in class activities including Teen Talk Panel assistant and Senior KCLV Day. Her hobby is languages and their use for furthering mutual understanding. Miss Brown plans to attend Eastern New Mexico University and major in French. Upon graduation from college, she wants to become a teacher of the deaf or other handicapped children. We Help You Write Want Ads That Sell Wednesday, a 18,818,210 budget for 196&-66 was approved for ciovis Municipal Schools and a $324,108 budget was approved for Melrose schools, Budgets for operation of the Orady and Texiee schools were approved, but Testae wag cut back some 17,000 in funds for new equipment and for classroom additions. Ft. Sumner had their 1462,266 budget approved. San Jon was approved $194,151; Logan $181,859, and House $137,632. Another highlight of the week was the meeting of the State Police Board in Clovts Wednesday when a $3,663,000 budget for 1965-1966 was approved with provisions for across-the- board pay hikes for state policemen. At the city commission meeting Thursday night an ordinance to replace the old franchise for Southerwestern P u fa- lie Service Co., operation of electric power for Clovis was presented. A Cannon pilot, Capt. John Jacobs, was released from the base hospital with "no injuries at all" shortly after his FIDO ran of the runway on takeoff Tuesday. Dale (Buzz) Sweat, son of Col. and Mrs.Dale Sweat of Cannon AFB and Miss Janet Carmack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Carmack of 2274 Wallace were named Mr. and Miss Plainsman at Clovis High School Tuesday. The Clovis Police Department launched Thursday an annual crackdown on dogs running at I large over the city in the wake of an attack on a three-y ear- old girl. Leonard Blaylock, newly ap- of t&e vestlgatioft office In J <pw, visited M «8«tfi on the tpm ,Mi, vis Wildcats ripped ttt Pir- tales Rams, 13 to S, In • fton- conference pint Thursday, A combined effort « the part of city police, and sheriff's department cers resulted In the arrest Tuesday afternoon of three persons, one charged with breaking and entering and escaping from the custody of an officer, wtthtwo charged with aiding a felon. Habeas Writs Pleas Decline At State Pin SANTA FE — The current flood of petitions by state prison convicts is ebbing 'ifl"' district courts but continues at a high level in the State Surpeme Court and federal courts. Atty. Gen. Boston Witt ceived financial assis week from the state < to handle the legal costs ed in the habeas corpus aeBbns. The Finance Board gfifiited Witt's office $4,000 to finfitt out the current fiscal year anJCf 15,000 for the additional cost* Involved during 1965-66. «£ The rash of petltons from; the <*¥HI* convicts started last sumjper, shortly after the U. S. Supreme shortly after the U. S. Su^ Court ruled that accused *fiBons were entitled to legal couSs e 1 through all crucial stages^ of court proceedings. Most SEthe writs seek release on cddfiicts on the basis they were notSrep- resented by attorneys ducJn g some stage of their convJs$on. Witt said that from BOOT to flMftVt 900 petitions were heardiT up to the first of January. ~£ t^e ofticials were elected on June 16. 1%4. Shortly afterward a suit was filed asking for ia recount of votes. This suit SANTA FK lands have been allocated AJ di- sun is pending. ti'le to (>l ' um ' or ' : ' w l ;i - sl year, and vil .... (or J45R.OOO. had a mar ' - -" ! - : "' V.rt value of IJ.1.T6 million. Bristol - V>'* r \* (( *'\_l\" i 1 I k*« n t i'\t •"» i O* 5 f -W ^" f '' "Hf*(j lOi *» n/v«i« *" •• ; ,d a market value of $1 7!i mi' • ;n - -, t ( , i';e State Attorney Gene- NMSU Gets Grant ritVtt (lfiK , 0 to han(] ) ( , thc large WASHINGTON 'VIM- — New ,., im!)t . r 0 < habeas corpus writs. Mexico State t'ni'.er>i'v has .j,,,^ s .. ( , ( , p, nancp Board. N-en K'ranteii a 3-vfar, 51U '.>",.» „„.,..,,,,._, n ^anta Fe granted ti.ntract fur photographic, plvt- $4 - M > ; , t :ie AG's office for ('ectnc and syM'-'trocraphtc <>'» ;MP rpm .,!nder oi this fiscal MT\-ation tn studies o( planes >( ,. jr . ( ,. , 515000 f 0r the period Prof. Clyde W. Tombau^n ; (j j,,. y j . Dco 3]) of t h j s v;H do the work. .'calendar y.-ar. ^Lr^'s,:;^r::;' ^***.« „ K,J\\ (iii (Miuictod recently of :.as>;:ig \MTtM.>s> checks, has a ^.(. n t in ti.e sale hied iuit in t S. Instr i c t The two linns \\ill handle the Court against Santa Ye Countj. < ;t ! e for a fee of $1 2. : > a $1,000 siioril! Tere/ Hoyba! and Nor- •]-,,,. Kinanro Hoard will conduct ;n.in Neei. an assistant district the sale as tiie bonds are need- was announced by trie Nr»w Mevsco t'ongressio n a 1 (irlopatiori Oil Head Promoted SANTA FK <n'I> - l.T'-l J Ue, fr-year director of ^-ie ^tate oil and Gas Bond Money Needed SANTA KK — The State Finance Hoard was told last week that $3 808 million in severance tax bond money will V needed within the next six months or sooner. The lixw Legislature author- i/ed .severance tax bond is.sues ',"t..i!;r..; JU! Nittl million for a va- !r:r!y of pun>" s 'i" i " n< I the board ;T<iesilav retained Stern Brothers and Qumn & Co of Albu- 'qucrque as the state's fiscal for allegedlv withhold- e ,.i ,-ijjie -MI unu ^.».- ••-• " ;^ • -,:to[ncv. ( ommi-sion. has been^e.cva..-o ^^ h . s mas! including Social, The two firms, in estimating ~ ' ' s. jr-tv chocks, from him Ithat the $3 808 million will be F"\x. now in the state peni- needed within six months, said uv.'.iury. asks $850.000 damages .the remaining $o million will be pa.-h from Hnvbal and Neel. Ineeded within a year. There H"vbal ar,«l Nee! were ac- already have been demands for, c-1'il of uleeal'.v nbtainins and: sornp O f t ne money. (oncealin^ Foxx's Social Secur- One authorization for $933.- ity cheeks and business mail iioo would be for improvement ;ti>r his mou-i in violation of fed- at the State Boys School .Los jeral laws I.unas Hospital and Training 1 Suit Filed On'Cra$h (School the State Parks Sy sand the Northern New tn a newly created post o! man ager of data processing in Santa Lee's new post will boost his halary t.» $17.500 The appoint inent was announced by G"v Jack M Campbell who said ' it will be Mr. Lee's responsibility to sii}M-r\ist« the develop ment of an effective control data processing system and to co ordinate the use of equipment uf the vanous executive depart j ALBUQUERQUE UTI>- The menu." widow of one of three Albu-.Mexico School. Lee will begin his new job;q uer que men killed in a plane; May 15. j crash January 24 has filed a, Bildaet Rejected ; >mt fnr damages in t'S Dist.; CM I IP - The Navajo tribal Court under the workmen com-j ' i' i ni r> 11 Ins pcnsation act. ' council, on a \ot»? oi fi-^i, Jua i defeated a motion <» pa!.s the budget for the office of tribal chairman Hayrnorui Nakai. The budget called for exjx-n- diturrs of alxmt Illl.tfiO The matter i^ exiwi-u-d t" f" me m>' l '. aUr ° , ", . iiiaiur i> t»i anm-ove plane crash which again Tii* council dia api>i«vt > »« budgets for M standing Jmpah Sport Sedan, jutt ont of ,J5 model* in the Number OM UM Mrs. Anita J Baker filed on:_ « t tx'hall of herselt and her ' u (J |H€llCIH children. Line 4, and Scott, in ••»*•"••• Oil VH The suit alleges that W. C result of a ook place in. course of his employment j mittees of the tribe but budget immediate 1 y with the Big Four Paving Cora WASHINGTON — A bUl to transfer title of federally own-, ed lands to be held in turst for four New Mexico Indian pueblos was introduced in the Senate last week by Sen. Clinton An- Success hasn't gone to its price del a i 1 was not available. Tb« council began work on bud£«ts for the remainder of Kxecuuve division including |—^^ •uch controversial items as public relations and operation of the tribal newspaper. 'The Navajo Times." Indiont In Movie GALLl'l* —The Inteitnb a 1 Indian Ceremonials will IK- one of four major American cultural evenU depicted in a movie to be distributed abroad by the pany. Mrs. Baker said the corn-person. D- N.M. . . pany provided the plane in! The bill would authorize the which her husband was killed. Also named in the suit was the Glenn Falls Insurance Co. United States Information Agency. * ceremonials official faid her*. Ik* Merry, ceremonials sec rtiiry, tiM h* was informed in • letter from the movie's pro- secretary of the interior to transfer the land titles The land would be for these I ie policy for 1 paving company. Pool Repair Slated SANTA KF. -- Ilie Slatt- I'ark id Hecn-alion Coiiunissi o n plans some improvements to. ie swimming pool at the Bot-, iinlfss Luke.s before the cum-j 14 tourist season. pueblos • Acoma— 3.5 acres in Valen- i da County orginally intended. but iii'ver used, for school pur- ; ||H)M-s Kstimaleil value $5»iO Saiitiia ~ 6.1 ycre in Sandoval Couniv. a loi mer i^hool site. Kstimatei) \nlui-. with improvements. $14.-.'-J7. i Santa Ana— 2.81 acres in San- After aH, you don't get the No, 1 place (or stay ther* year after year after year) unless you give people a lot for their money. That, Chevrolet does. Look what's new lor 1965- Everything. Like the handsomest new styling you've ever turned •round for another glance at. Like Chevrolet'* Jet- smooth ride, even better now with Wide-Stance to SEE THE U.S.A. 6tead ^ th!n ^asyt5ug«. IJV*howw«finuen economy' 4 UVAV or excitement you'd want, our miserly 140-hp Six 0 l * WAI our ferocious Turbojet V8,825 hp on order. Besides price, one other thing hasn't changed! Chevrolet's traditional resale vaJu*. won't believe it until you g*t it So g*t it (along wit* ail that's B*W) at your Cbmol* d**J*r's, Now. R*d Hot and Rolling! $•• your Ch«vrol«t deafer for • MW CMfVtour • CHfVtLLt • CHfVYB • WtVil* ^jSS tl. W. SUickmaaof Albu4uer- Jdoval C ount y r'«xeluding mine' que offered the only bid for the' iral - mieres{s . Estimated value, improvement work. Start Fund Grow* SANTA FE - New Mexico's fund grew to $270, April. 317.93787 Th* »Ute land ofiic* trajo&£w-|mer with school building and im- : provtments $13,747. | ZIA — 428 acres in Sandovali County on Borrego Graat. E«value. uicluding for- .IUUUI^ HM-I wie, 12,568.1 MEADORS-STEWART CO.-301 Pile St, OOVIS, NfW -*.. . ir • -9 --fim,'

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