Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 11, 1965 · Page 10
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 10

Clovis, New Mexico
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Tuesday, May 11, 1965
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Increase CRUCES (UP!) - Dur* teg the Month ended April 15, roe Index of prices receiv e d W New Mexico formers rose 4 p6t eetit, according to a report from the New Mexico Crop and Livestock Reporting Serv- service said farmers received higher prices during the month for corn, oats, cotton, hogs, catfle, calves, sheep and eggs. Prices dropped, however, for Wheat barley, hay, wholesale milk and wool. Prices were unchanged for grain sorghum, beans, alfalfa hay, lambs and chickens. Liquor Licenses Present State Regulation Problems . t LAST NIGHT,.. ^cauwtt PICTURES pnwto WiJOiRTBKSURintaBon fevekAS OHM AT 6:45 & 8:55 SANTA FE - Protilems in the State Liquor Division office were bared In a series of administrative hearings on Bernalillo County liquor licenses late last week. Two licenses were Ordered revoked and charges against two other licensees were dismissed by Hearing Officer Don nan Stephenson, Santa Fb attorney. Permittees and their attorneys told Stephensori they are unable to obtain copies of Liquor Division regulations or laws. Stephenson, a practicing lawyer, said he had experienced difficulty himself in getting copies of regulations. An attorney for a licensee said he was required to have he regulations duplicated himself to obtain a copy* The regu- The Cottdqe SERVING "THE WEST'S »KST FRIED CHICKEN" Also Steaks And Sea Foods Htway 60 3 Miles West Boxed Orders to Go 7634605 LAST TIMES TODAY! OPEN 1:15 P.M. B.EACJJ BEACH! gang play/. STARTS WED. MARSHALL NAIFY THE PICTURE THE WORLD HAS BEEN WAITING TO SEE! 00 ^ o rH O lations are filed in the State Supreme Court Law Library. Inspections Hit Lack of adequate inspections of some liquor establishments also was brought out dur i n g the hearings. State liquor inspector Tony Sisneros Friday testified he made a series of false entries on the M and B Bar inspection card last March 31. An attorney general's office investigator said the false en- iries were discovered after Sisneros told him he had made nspections of the bar prior to March 31. The investigator said he visited the bar April 2 and found t empty. He said the bar inspection card entries were checked against Sisneros' daily nspection reports to the State Jquor Division. Some of t h e dates did not tally. One for Sunday Stephenson, during the hear- ng Friday, checked the card ntries against a calendar. He noted that one of the entries was or a Sunday. Sisneros admitted he pick e d he inspection dates out of the air. He said he made the false mlries because he was under o much "pressure from the newspaper." The M and B license was revoked. Revenue Commissioner Max Gonzales of Albuquerque said he attended the liquor license hearings to observe and obtain information ca improvements that can be made. Gonzales said he a p p o i n t ed Samuel T. Overstreet of R o swell as a Revenue Bureau attorney Friday partly to free Asst. Atty. Gen. Joel Cars on for the job of updating liquor regulations. To Assist, Too Gonzales said he will assist in the chore. He said he will con- :entrate on improvements in Liquor Division regulations and functions during June. The revenue commission e r, who took office in January succeeding Charles Bruacini of Albuquerque, is currently finishing a study of the State Gasoline Tax Division. Gonzales said state liq u o r regulations "to a certain degree" conflict with liquor statutes. Seven liquor bills were snacted into law by the 1963 legislature and four more liquor measures were approv e d by the lawmakers this year. MoCM A«OVE NORMAL A»OVE NORMAL comity, below normal in the west. Economic Heartbeat Shows Little Strain NEW YORK (UPI) — Like physicians examining an active athlete, economists in public agree with him. 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G\P is " the! cross national product the sum! of the nation's .goods and services, r.usincs^mcn were inclined (•> School Chief Temperature Table 9 uits Post • A t I / ' t~i \ I I/ V \ By United Press International High Low Pep. Atlanta, PC 84 62 ... Boston, Cy 88 51 ... Charleston, S.C., C 83 70 ... DCS Moines, PC 67 45 ... El Paso, Cy 79 53 ... Indianapolis, PC 77 4fj ... Los Angeles, Cy 75 57 Miami Beach, C 78 75 \ew Orleans, Cy 85 67 ... New York, Cy 02 72 ... Raleigh. Cy 88 67 ... San Francisco, C 68 49 ... Spokane. C 75 42 ... Washington, C 92 6fi ... Wichita, C 73 49 ... The highest temperatures recorded in the state Monday was 77 degrees at Doming. Santa Fe recorded the overnight low with 33 degrees. Precipitation was recorded at four stations with Clayton rocording .18 of an inch for the high. Hi Low Alamogordo 7ti 52 Albuquerque r>3 Carlsbad T;J Clayton ',o 60 Doming 77 Farminpton 6B Grants r>5 Mobbs 07 Las \'cgas Raton 7 Santa Fe . ;Silver City Socorro ... 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