Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 13, 1965 · Page 3
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May 13, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 3

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H A U " A""°. u " Md Informal A Navy spokesman has announced that the. local Navy •»•••* 4* Recruiting Station, located in DldS UU£ Oil room seven in the Post Office! ~***» ^"« .basement, will now remain open 1 on Saturdays, as well as week days. 'UqFFilicafjon* Carpeting 2,000 Gallons Paint Used On Dome Grass HOUSTON fUPI)-The grass!catch a fly ball. , , 70 ' Doekhdnd Suddenly Millionaire dye will not stop the he is now virtually a million- n- n sU n .°- ( " POTTKK - J V O T I f T* T7TE STATK 0, , ' i unkrvuvn honx of Kn^vH-l to nil „„>,„„„.„ „„,,.„. „ ^ I P,., of ,, M 0 f . pi)1(ir dp _ fw""'i !" vl i "«' h " f v "" nrp h-r'-'iy not if M' li I.l,,yrt O. l''>|!,. r . o\,.,. u l., r r>r thr P '! " " f .°- '•• T-«»'T <t,-n,,,l. hn » fil ,! • ; I/- "»«>;•« stylM mu| n,,mhf..-P,) r, 1; ,u- " fir Mm, h,, r-Mnl tur,,,,nt ,,-ul rpt,,.rt '>••••» W. r.). fifim.,. T'mhnl,- J,,,l,.,. ,,f Vir- T-. f.,,,n'y l,y nr.1rr duly pnli-rwl. tun /•."PM-if,.,! (hi- 2» d«y or .Inn,- 1W, n i J •• !!••.»• ,,f inifio A. M or .JIM dav in !»•• ON.- r,f |hf. pn, In,),, (V,,, r | in' I),,, < 'i"v c,,,n!v Omrt ir.nnr- ] n rim ; < N,..,, ,M ------- „« | h( , ,,„. (mii , nr]r) ri'.iv.nir i>>i|r-rti.in« In snul [s-.'ii fli.il n-r».'i nru! «.tilrm<>nf 'i,,. r B |^P -—--.-.„.., ivi * / J_ I I v^ f^ldOO SANTA TTTT Wail fn ,,,«n . final ' v turned its proper shade 1 "We now feel we have solved wau - to-waii ln Houston's Domed StadiumJour last minor problem in the rTWtrTAMn ;trnn tM,« but H took 2,000 gallons of Astrodome," said Houston As* r rZir « M ft TJ i green paint to do it. |^J^ner an j «°jj st «; S P ortfs workw took Sday'*« - but - for the office Eight workmen strolled heinz " "then he can easily afford to for of Revenue Commissioner Max across the floor of the indoor j Gonzales. ' " State Purchasing Agent Dante Vaio received a requisition from the Revenue Bureau to buy an acrilan rug measuring 19 feet, one inch by 19 feet, eight inches. A specific manufacturer was listed on the requisition but Va- io said informal bids will be obtained from three or four dealers. Samples of carpeting must accompany bid. The grass, which never did witnout tne dye. ^t off to a good growing start was hampered even more when ^e dome was painted . ' h f^ "? d to be Pa'ntcd ™ sun s Slare blinded riartnant . , fi^ihri^- ml<lrr>v.<g J.» .']:> f; ^,. v , n ,i, ^. ,,,,.. P'l. | '.or linfl, ri.iv.«. N,.,, M.\ ',..,' i, It"' Bl'iimry (or Ihi. rvM-iili.r r; \VFT\KS'; WIIKHKOI- i i .,,-,. t,,.^ II" . ., • rn- hn'.'l B "d ,,f.r;,,l ,..;.). !;„> 11 '! i.i ill M.n !'K,:. ; >/ AVCfT.lvi.: '-"T\ VI KV < in VTY i-| f I:K ):••• !'\N' I: \r-.!i ; M; ;••.(.>• p,.., ,, I I i. U 71 *•..-.,... , IN TIM: m-inirr roi nt HI < t mtv •ntp rt''''V N " l v»T^" l ." l " V " i " i )' V ••.•!•' or i-l'Iipv r ii'". -'•• ! JAY r. \vTtr '• M ii i in * \i r. . 31'2 yards of turquoise - colored sateen drapes were bought, for Commissioner Gonzales' office for $164 from McCollum's Drajx-ry and Up- holsery in Santa Fe. The purchase was on an informal bid. Questioned by a reporter, Vaio said only one bid was obtained for the drapes. Also contemplated is ro-up- holstcrine of furniture in Onn•/ales" oft ice for about $300. Tlip purdt.-isinsr office has not \i't i-i'criu'd the requisition for t h c ro-iipboMeriiii; from the Revenue Bureau." This pur- 1 chase also would be on inlor- ,mal bids. Statutes al!'v,v purchases up to SI .OIK: on informal bids wilhout competitive, sealed bids after solicitation of formal bul> C, Legal Publication CONDrCTS TEST WASHINGTOV (UPI) - The Atomic Energy Commission ( AEC) announced Wednesday the underground explosions at its Nevada proving grounds of a nuclear device equal to less than 20.000 tons of TNT. It was Uic tenth weapons-related test announced by the AEC this year. not growing' very welli It>s one of the tew changes it the dye. he P lans to mak e in his life, be- The whole problem of trying f a , use lhe suburban Lyndhurst , to grow grass in the dome willj ? b °. r " ^ 8 h , e wU1 bc back on I be forgotten next year when the ^ S J hurs , dfay to . earn a »*• I Astros will probably lay down a ', ng for hls wife and three chi1 ' |! new floor of synthetic grass. , The material they plan to use would hold a cleat as well as • «.".>,« ,, c ,, a a imicnieu ?wo,- grass, make a batted ball be-|000 from the estate of his mai- have the same and would hold den aunt, May Godfrey, who up to the heavy traffic it willj died in Cincinnati in January, receive without turning brown At the time of the funeral he drn Godfrey, 52, has been informed he has inherited $908,- ! like grass does. had been told he had inherited ( In , )t| » \«. • .• mi iMMiiii r < ,,i IM ,,r r\ nt:v . i "i s n si « \nM, ,, j , • . ' , •. . • ;! '-. \' < •' « ' ' ^ i •• • •' . '. u •: - 1 '."." •",. ; i i i, \ i *.* \ Ml Ml| I Mit II I (,) » \J I ^ : ' -" o»"«.-. ««WM. »IMW w^\,Lt buiu no iiau iJUjcriLcQ The workers took only one a considerable amount, but just day to add green to the color!how considerable he didn't re- Ischeme of the dome. The same'alize until this week, 'company has painted the turf: "I think it's marvelous, but I at the Cotton Bowl and sites of-we'11 go on just like always," he World Series games. I said. CtOVtS Farmington Planning Junior College By '67 At, Thtn*, FARMINGTON (UP1)~ The Farmington Chamber of Commerce has Issued a report calling for instruction of a $1.5 Briefs SEE HIE U.S.A. WASHINGTON (UPI) - Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey wants the U.S. travel industry to sell Americans on the beauties of their own land. But, Humphrey told the National Association of Travel Organizations Wednesday, the administration is not trying to prevent U.S. citizens from traveling abroad. He said the "see the U.S.A." program was a positive one, designed to encourage more foreigners to visit the United States and more Americans to take their vacation at home. •« »™ -^^ W*^ ^^ ^^r • Denied million Junior college by 196?, The report set forth chamber proposals for financing the sug> gested 420 . student college through a 16-year bond issue. The chamber said the bonds could be repaid by a two mill local tax levy. State statutes permit bonded indebtedness for establishment of junior colleges, providing the bonds total no more than three per cent of taxable property in the college district. The chamber also said the proposed college would be eligible for $334,000 in federal grants plus additional aid to pay part of teaching salaries. The proposal included departments of fine arts, science, business administration, and vocational-technical training. Among, the suggested physical facilities! were a student center, library, administration building, gym, auditorium and classrooms. KtNOSVtLLU, Ti>, Paul Erie Krueger Kleberg County Jatt „ ing been denied toRa facing a trial date later tffis month, Judge Paul Martlneau T«e^day set Krueger's trial for U& 24 "or thereafter." h The 17-year-old RraegeT Hath 1 San Clemente, Calif., is efeSfWd with the murder of three Cotf, pus Christi fishermen. "< His lawyer attempted to have" bond set Tuesday, but Mat* tineau refused. The lawyer said he would appeal the bond ruling, to the Texas Court of Criminal, Appeals. 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