Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 13, 1965 · Page 10
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May 13, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 10

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J i t 'ii i I 1 i i t c y « t i i r i i i fit JACOBY & SON sttapef Enterprise Assn. A letter from New York reads 1 ruffed the opening club lead in durrtmy, led a trump to my hand, fluffed my other low clui and cached all but one of tnj trumps and my ace of clubs (This forced me to make three liscaids from dummy but they |were Jo problem. ' learts go. brought everyone down BUM, May U, IMS SPECIALS GOOD PRINCE PHONE THURSDAY SATURDAY ft SUNDAY HAMBURGER SAUSAGE Special ANCHOYIE PEPPEROMI MUSHROOM COMBINATION JACOBY ON BRJDflF Success Shouldn't Be Criticized 1 let three bards aad East droppet heart. 1 played ace, king and another diamond. The queen failed to drop but It didn't hurt |me srabe it turned out that ~""Ti NORTH <B) 4KJ99 VK974* 4AKJ8 +NOO* XA8T 473 22 4 Q 108 2 *J843 SOUTH AAQ1084 ¥A53 74 A6 ftst end West vutembte West Pan Pass AT — 1:30, 3:50, 6:10, 8:30! , —REGULAR PRICES — ADULT 900 SDC 65c CHILD 35c East's heart discard had made all my hearts good. "Usually nothing succeeds like success, but this time my partner criticized my seven bid and my opponents' my play. Were they correct?" There might be some Justification for criticism of his seven bid on the ground that no one should go to a grand slam when he Isn't practically sure of success but his play was excellent indeed. If he had just used a simple diamond finesse In an effort to make his thirteenth trick he would have had only even money chance for success. The play he actually adopted was far better. It was sure to bring home the bacon If the queen of diamonds were in the short diamond hand. Then if the queen of diamonds were guarded three or four times as was the case there Warranty Deeds three north, range 36 N.M.P.M. Walters & Bintz to George E. would be a squeeze if the same Jlayer held the long hearts. Vote that if East had hung on —- - — ...... , o his three hearts South would jner Fourth Addition lave ruffed out the queen of' Maao\a unnno,. n. diamonds and made his thirteenth trick with dummy's jack Aflelgh Nation and wife to to I. D. Johnson, lot one, block Thurman National, lot thfee three, unit one Colonial Park block 20, Curry Addition. Subdivision. Ernest K. Shuey and Maxie m „ h . J „ , , M. Shuey to Montey A Welsh Wi Bi B °y d and wife to Jmv and wife, lot one block 28 my R> Gilliland a "d Annie R. Stagner Second Addition. ' GiI1Uar id. part of the northeast Sunland Developers to John W. Vlckrey, lot 13, block 11, unit three, Alta Vista Addition. Ivan Tucker and wife to Church of Christ, 10th & Pile, nc., lot 14, block 18, unit two, Schols Acres Addition. Lee C. Roach and wife to Joseph A. King Jr., lot five, Forest Heights Addition (subdivision of part of the southeast quarter of section 19, township two north, range 36 east, N.M.P.M.) Heirs of R. L. Williams, Deceased: Leon Williams, Josephine Price Cox and Pauline Williams to Carl Osborn, lot 12, block 29, Curry Addition. George R. Richey and wife to Joe Jarrell, west half of 1 o t five, block nine, original town of Clovis. Harold House and wife to Maggie Hopper Gale, et. al., lot one, block 50, unit three, Stag- DANCE TO BILL CASE COMBO 6 Nights Weekly 9 PJM. tffl 2:00 AJIL Business Men's Lunch Choice of Meat • V • Salad • Coffee or $1.10 • Soup r ea & Des. Lounge-Restaurant Package Ph. 763-5576 O-Tfce bidding hu teae North But Swtk IV Pas 1* 2N.T. Pass ? Yoo, Sooth, bohfe *KJS76 VQJJ +K144S4 What do you do? A—Bid three hmta. nfc, shttoM be » fwcfa« Mi tat if yam think there hi mmy Tog bid Ogee he«ti«al year paiUw bids toot do 700 do now? Answer' Maggie Hopper Gale to Harold House, west half of section 23, northwest quarter of section 26 and the north half of the northeast quarter of section 27, all in township two north, range 35 past, N.M.P.M. Alvin J. Jacobs and wife to Jerome E. Helland and wife, lot 37, block 11, unit one, Alta Vista Addition and east ten feet of lot 21, block six, unit two, Alta Vista Addition. Stella L. Neff to John Paul Ncff, et. al.. lot four, block 46, Liebelt Addition. Herbert W. McAlavy and wife to Jimmy Griffin and wife, lot ten, block 16, LiebeK Addition. La Fonda Enterprise*!. Inc . Echols Acres Addition, unit two. H. H. Phelps and wife to Wil- Ham L. Medley and wife lot ™' e a s *> ten, block 17, Echols Acres Addition, unit one. G.R. Ralston and wife to A. » I t* 1 V V, i Q \X, J J HI ^(j \_\J \Jf C V/ I K" Cj , VJ.» ». **l*li.,ll,t./ll TJ I I V< TIJAVr t W f\ , Gross and wife, lot nine, block IE. West and wife, part of the Liquor Director Asked To OK Five Transfers SELF SERVICE FURNITURE - - 1st & Pile IS I SANTA FE — State Liquor .resident. Papers do n o t show !Director Howard Babcock re-jthe proposed price for the li- —~---!ccived five applications forjcense. of CLOSING AT HOME DECOR INC. 824 MAIN Fantastic Value Starting Price LAMPS $ 19 TRADITIONAL SOFA '99 l-ONLY All New 90 Inch LIVING ROOM TABLES DINETTE SETS All New-Viro 9 Only DINING ROOM Walnut-All New 2 Only 9 PC. Set $ 79 transfers from Otero, Valencia and Grant counties, and drant County ownership fr«m - Transit Fidel S and Adelaida G. Trujillo and T o m- The applications: my S. and Jennie G /amora Otero County—Transfer of doing business a.i Quest i o n ownership from Pat Chubbock,!Mark Bar, Vandadium. doing business as Pat's Place, High Rolls, to Fred S, Beerup, doing business as Tunnel Lounge. An escrow agreement, signed Feb. 25 by Chubbuck and his wife, Mabel,'and Beerup and his wife, Stella, says the price Us $35,000 for the dispenser's 11- i cense, real estate, fixtures and ! equipment. The application was $ e n t Tuesday to the Otero Coun t v Commission. * SANTA FE - The State Ills- Valencia County — Transfer torical Slles Commission has se- of ownership from William W W "" 4 '° '"" '" ' J Historical Sites Selected lected 19 sites in 14 counties, in- Crockett to'Albert Garcia, do- clu( *ing °ne in Fort Sumner. for • II Values To $89.UO Starting Price RfCLINIKS CHAIRS 5 Only All flQW t till UfKMBJWIU • •• POLE LAMPS All Lamps - Pictures Tables, Accessories All New Reductions To LIVING ROOM SUITES Choice Of Colors All New _BHMBi^^^m«M«^^^_^___ ^•"""^^^^^^^^••••^••BBBOB KING SIZE FOAMMATTRES SET-7 ONLY ing business as Triangle • B jBar and Trading Post, 16 miles jnorth of Fence Lake. The pro,posed price for the dispenser's j license is not reflected in files.; Capitan — Transfer of ownership from Clifford A. Peery, TONTTE AT — 6:45 i 8 37 " &' preservation and development. The commission will meet again June 11 to pick six more sites. To the list of 48 provided by the Museum of New Mexico from 400 inventoried by the rnu- doing as Pearl's Package Store seum ' tne commission added to E. M. Hill doing business as two of lls own choice. These ad- Pearl's Bar. Hill lives in Ros- (htlons wp re Dona Ana in Duni well and Pecry is a California Ana Count .v and West Las Ve - - ; gas in San Miguel County State Planning Officer John \V. Flynn, a member of the i commission, said plans for work on the sites will be drawn up by the museum. Then the legis lature will be asked by the mu seum and the commission for funds to carry out the preserv ation work. The 19 sites selected and the counties in which they are located: Colfax — Raton Pass and Elizabethtown. De Baca — Fort Sumner Dona Ana — Dona Ana. Lincoln — White Oaks. McKinley — Hawikuh and Zuni area. Rio Arriba — Ablquiu and San Gabriel. San Miguel — West Las Vegas and San Miguel. Sandoval — Bland Santa Fe — Galisteo. Sierra — Hillsboro and vicinity. Taos — Taos Area. Torrance — Abo and Quarai state monuments. Socorro — Sevilleta-Socorro . Senecu Pueblo, and Ft. Craig. .*«»"«. COi>«] TASTEE FREEZE WEEK VILLAGE SPECIALS! STEAK SAND. ON A BUN 1 CHICKEN TACO . . MALT-ALL FLAVORS 49c GIVEN US ff«J. —Efcie TOKW9* YOU VoiaBereU nine, Western Hills Addition. Clovis Development Inc. to K. C. Lea, east 8.10 feet of lot 17, lot 16, and the west 12 45 feet of lot 15, block three, unit two, Pondcrosa Addition. Fred E. Dennis, trustee, to Harley T. Hatcher and Emma Hatcher, lot nine, block s i x Carlin Addition. H. R. Phelps and wife to A. J. Rierson and wife, lot five, block four, unit two, Ponderosa Addition. Bell Real Estate, Inc. to II R. Phelps, lot 12, block three. Echols Acres Addition, unit one. H. R. Phelps and wife to Harold E. Fredericksen and wife, lot 12, block three, E c h o 1 s Acres Addition, unit one. Bell Real Estate, Inc. t II. R. Phelps, lot two block in. southeast quarter of sect i o n 17, township two north, range 36 east, N.M.P.M. . Bruce Deavours and wife to W. R. Brand and wife, lot four, block seven, Dennis Chavez Addition. The Cottage SKUVINO "TUB WRSfS W;MT KIUKM CIIICKKN" Also Steak* And Boa Foods HlM-iiv mi S Mite* Went \\n\rt\ Oitlor* to do 763-4605 KtJf YUCCA r«li>\T Ht)\V 20 A CAR YUCCA STARTS SUN: 'IN PERSON ON OUR STAtt varan Writ»!he« NOME

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