Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 11, 1965 · Page 12
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May 11, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 12

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tjbl ftjtin&jtM Foreign News Commentary Qfij VtOTTOn .- ••• • — J Crop Fixed French-Soviet Alliance In Texas Frightens West Germans (UPI) — The BONN (UPD—French Presi-. Adenaur's successor. Lutiwid the September parliamentarv Department has dent De Gaulle's flirtation with Erhard. shared Adenauer's con- elections, said if he does form the size of the Texas 1984 the Soviet Union and certain cern. Yet Erhard was anxious a federal government i,,, will n crop at 4.122 million East European Communist gov- to seek a tie-up with Commit- immediately seek to talk with Dales, almost one-third the na- ernments both frightens and nist China and was restrained Moscow about German rainili- tional total of 155.18 million fascinates his German neigh-!only because he doesn't want to cation. " ales - bors. appear to be undercutting _ , American President .lolmson And the I-ree Democrats, who acre at 348 pounds. ' ' .^fj"^ :£3rie^°S? : ^ i ^ eil " S( "" 1 ™ " '^ ^'^^^ <- ^R^'^KMOOTH The combined national value man >' ancl Fran ce firmly to- Seeks Moscow of the 1964 cotton and cotton- gether so one side could never West Berlin Lord Mayor vvu- u sl ,,| capital;, their leaders are seed crop was $2,546,000,000. a & ain -i° in tne Russians against Iy Brandt, who hoped to lead to visit in advance of polling This compares with the com- tne other, feared his work will .the opposition Social Demo- date. Defense Department Labor Asks Continued Draft Leader May Quit WASHINGTON i UPI»—After a year-long study of the nation's draft, the Defense Department will have to recommend to President .Johnson soon » »l*VJ S,V^lIl^JCtl tO »TIL11 LUC V.UUI* bined value in 1963 of S2.784,- op undone. 000,000. crats to victory over Krhard is Day En History l>ave laH.a. 111 nn all volunteer force would fall ahout one million men short of estimated needs over the next fivf* vf>nre i • 1 ALBUQUERQUK fUPD- Ex- that military conscription he The es 'i™ated needs are for ecutivo Secretary - treasurer continued if'the country is to land - sea an(1 air fort ' os total- Wayne Brunner of the New niaintain adequate ' armed in « bptwpen 2fi i»iH'»n and 2.7 Mexico AFI^frO today said he forces ,million men. Poubts now have would wait about a week before Although the results- of ii,,.' arlson lhat a f " lVl< '" »H>re deeidini< v\helher to quit his full Ailioiigli UK ((.suits of (|,e (han j 5 ilu , , 7 - mj , i|lu , t wjtl t| , , cnlagons manpower report: could be mainlaineil , vitluni , llu , i/at j, ^ n have not been announced pul)-' ( i ra r» licly, it appears that, the once- ' Krunner said lie offered bis high hopes of ending the draft Only the Army drafts men resignation Sunday to the exec- when the current law expire-; now. Hut conscription is :\ utive board of the Slate A !•'!,1 "' !> * '--i-—- i.-.« major factor influencing enlist- ( 'I(>. meeting in A" ments and volunteers I licer programs in all the ing conscription reached a high ' C( -' s anc ' '" " le Armed I "pitch in the presidential elec- ^serves. Mnmner told Tnited Press In- % ' A • i r • fenuitionnl he decided to waif its dran call last March A;. I '^"lo -moyTt..^ ha^ilv"!,',- 1 . . • * i i IIV.. i I till. V. II I I V M I I (1 \ \ -< -enMy sr'!,<(•(rrl as the 8.",2ncl )„ i%7 are lading last. . -, Military enlistments have VVrlS A 1 f i ' .I;, been dropping since talk of end- n • . . Div.smn. (Air Then- also are reports the I'en. Output e$ At Trillion Dollars The value of lint cotton, based on the season average price 'of /y. / cents per ppound, is about |^y i_'njtcd Press International vv..,.,,, ., ( . M . .$2.25 billion. The 1963 average f ()( iav is Tuesday. May 11. sion oM'.S. tcrritorv hv Mexico. I. 1 !!'' 1 ' ,!','' V v ',. lV ,,,,,.„, .,.. -price was 27.2 cents pper lhe 131st dav of 1965 with 234 In 1934. dust storms in Texas. ^' " v li- , Kr- ,','%. v',i S"? blffn ^ 1963 ValUC WaS t0 f ° 110W ' ' Oklahoma. Kansas and Colora- [^n^ Ak-M-i \ K,,' >'-in ha' ... The moon is approaching its ( ,,!' ( ,'!" W , / i,L^u* /-I t,. 1 ?,"i <dl , U (^ IU)l t<vt ' n ro !" u ' :l l " '•• ! 'i""' i l'.Cottonseed production was f u n p | lase ()t lons oMopsoil ea>tv,aul into su j, 4t , sl i lin t j KU lu , ,,,,.„ ,., estimated at 6.2255,000 tons. The The morning .star is Saturn. K l ' n u ttd " inviuilion to in.s predc. C-MI.. .department said the season The evening star is Mars. In 1900. John I). Kuckotellor ^ki^ s Kin u>iicii..-v t>.> \:>it .. . . . average price received by farm. American song writer Irvina died at the age of 8«. Houn this year n,- ,!,,,> ' l ''' tu ' st - ers for cottonseed was $47.10 R PI .ij n W TC | in m r.n this rH\- in ° • t ''"' s lloln per ton. Cottonseed production f$ W3S b ° r " °" "^ dd> '" s th , ni<lht f,";^, (| . n .-,,„ ''" ''""timu- Kif..rts .-,,. , :1 , rnite.l sta'e, w ,!l I,.- The M'A did not offer an> for 1964 was valued a/ $293 mil- 18 ^ this dav ,„ hist() ,,, : m ^ ^^ophe, ^ nclls ^ I ^^ i'"" K """ : " ^ ! unil! ' ".'!' "" Sirl > " "- 1 "- '""' ' U ' V ^ ."" whU ' h " ati ""«" ^ ^ '° S1 """ l>mt '" 1 " ^ ' lion. For the 1983 season, the , n 1832 . the flrst U.S. politi- -'AVhatever you would make"' llt " I(VM1|i " season average - price for cot- ; -al platform was drawn up for habitual, practice it. and if yo'i II "'^" > . , ," i '! ! ' tonseed was S50.70 per ton and the campaign to elect Henry would not make a thin;; liabilu- ' u ' '?'.'.".'."'' u the value of production was ^ la >' president. al. do not practice it. IMI! h:ib> '. u ,' h "$314 million ln ^ M ^- f'^'sidenl Polk sent a Uiatc yourself to : ,ome' v '''i-'ncii [.!••-. var message to Congress con- else " be inducted during June an- Hl , in( | j( . ;i , ( ,d a number of fac- other increas.- ,n a steady ,,„., ,„.„,„,,„.,, him ,„ su|) , jt h , climb from a low of .1000 l«r resignation Fl ' hru;u > He said be had been striving Miould be given the highcsT pr'i- 2l ' (IOi) I ' l ' u ""' '" !' 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