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May 13, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 16

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ttay no longer be true, chairman of the California faretrtics Commission said fir, William P. Quitm of Los -Angeles made the statement Curing a Joint meeting of the New Mexico Medical Society and the Rocky Mountain Medical Conference. Quinn described techniqu e s rehabilitation of narcotics *-which Is in effect at the z.SOtWbed Corona, Calif., hospital The program thus far justifies what Quinn called restrained optimism. May 18,1088 Notes To Announce Outstanding Women PORTALES -» Annotieement of "Senior Woman of the Year" and "Faculty Woman fif the Year" will be made Sunday morning during the annual Associated Women Students Breakfast at Eastern New Mex ico University. Other awards to women students and installation of new AWS officers will be on the program which begins at 8 a.m. in the Zia Room of the Cam pus Building. Recipients of the senior woman and faculty woman honors were determined by a vote of women students last Febru- Hickory Nut BACON 2 ">. QOr PI* 77C -Bar-S HAMS or Whole Lb 89c Grade A Fryers Lb. PORK CHOP&IT 59c Lean GROUND BEEF 3 79 e >•>• Mortons Frozen CREAM PIES S± 29c Shurfine APPLE SAUCEc™ 4-69c Shurfine 22 Oz. DILL PICKLES Sliced Hamburgers 29c Shurfine STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 1.. 39c Shurfine CATSUP 14 Oz. 19c Shurfine I EAR i 303 Cans 4-SI Shurfine TOMATO JUICE £.*-. 25c CRISCO Shurfine MILK 2 Shurfine PORK & BEANS3.3C MS 3-29c MRACLE WHIP WMMMBM^^^^^^^^^M ^^^^^^S55HHH5H Shurfine COFFEE FRESH CORN 4' 19* APPLES Wteap 4 ib. bag =3=3E=B3S 39c New RED POTATOES ''it- '' •*-* SQUASH Saiall Ydluw HE GIVE BUCCANBEJt DOUBLE: BUCCAJNEEB WEDNESDAY WITH PITBCHASE OF $2.50 OB MOBE forth 94? aty, but the wlnnefs have been a closely-guarded secret. Candidates for "Senior Woman of the Year" are Sharon K. Barrett, Aftesia; Sue H. Beall, Roswell; Laraine Newman, Melrose; Agatha Sartain, Clovis; Margaret McKnight Seaman, Portales; and Charlotte Wheeler, Portales. Candidates were chosen on a point basis with points given for participation in campus ac- tvites, membership in organizations, offices held, cumulative grade-point averages, and honors won. Nominees for "Faculty Wo- ROVER Plan Gets Boost WASHINGTON. D. C. - The Joint Atomic Energy Committee Tuesday went on record in favor of 'planning of a ROVER flight test program." It urged the AEC and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to make an "early determination" of the appropriate size for the nuclear reactor engine. At the same time, the AEC's entire $84.1 million budget request for ROVER was authorized by the committee. GOPs Gaining? JACKSON, Miss. (toD-Rfr publicans, claiming a fesuf- genee on the strength of an 80 per cent vote for Barry Gold* water in the 1964 presidential MEXICO CITY (UP1)— Two election, took a 10-1 beating U.S. flags and a 10-foot effigy Tuesday in a show of strength of Uncle Sam were burned by in municipal promaries. * c r owd of about W 000 in Mexico City Tuesday flight, Mexican Mobs Burn U.S. Flag In Anti-Yank Demonstration Agriculture Officials Estimate Citrus Crop WASHINGTON (UPI) "Kill him. kill him" cried the crowd as the effigy of Uncle! -,. „,„_ .. . .. , .,. f Sam began burning, and a The average. About three fourths of R of * the mob , c « ders beat nlP.q-.tnp nrntitfp rrnn anH ftR nar nun If! .'.. ... amid cries of "Johnson murderer" and 'Yankees, remember the Alamo." The anti-U.S. demonstrations several occasions, granted the students a parade permit to hold the demonstration, the first permit for such a demonstra- was organized by leftist univer- lion in Mexico City since Pres- sity students and a group oflident Gustavo Diaz Ordaz took their professors to protest the j off ice last December, presence of U.S. troops in the Dominican Republic. Agriculture Department Tues-jthe orange crop and B^ercen > ^ ticks ™ D %™A» day estimated the 1964-65 citrus!of the grapefruit had been crop at 120,310,000 boxes picked by May 1. ** viaijAiwo M.VL M. av.Uil.jr »T U* v «-««iv*o TTIH ut; UScU I Of' man of the Year" are Dr. Do- re actor research and technolo- 1 , reen Grimes, head of the mus- Sical developments along with ic theory department; Miss" 1 """" 1 *""— ' " '* Florence Landon, head of the modern languages department; and Dr, Becky Sharp, director of the School of Business Ad- , A group of somber-faced I American tourists watched from , . - - i e- i ' ex- the second-floor bar of a luxury TIH. oo m pared wlt^«T n 'j£f/,;\^ 320 f: rr .S t S^ET ,"T lS £± sx as* »'» b ? .«-< •* Ss-riS-T "s^rs^r^r s n^/^ 10 ^^ Choice Pen Fed HALF BEEF |Cuf Wrapped lAnd Frozen (pound...... ground testing at the Nevada Test Site. The KIWI reactor, an Me- f gral part of ROVER, was de- 19,040.000 of lemons ! above last year but 3 per cent steady chanting of "death to; Estimated production of fruits below average. UllP gyringos .. Rrcw louder. I y states (in jupxesi \ Lemons were expected to be The Mexican government, 1 uranges — L-aiiiorma Si mil- down 23 pcr cen t f rom i ast year i which has condemned the U.S.; lion Ensy Terms Tso Our Finance Plan No Down Payment 3 Months To Pay on 1 , e- veloped at Los Alamos Scien- .... _ " MiilW^ U^IUII- utic laboratory, where LASL isiana 10,000. Wall Street Chatter iOOO ministration. SORORITY VISITED Phi Gamma Nu, professional' business sorority at Eastern, reactor was visited recently by Mrs.! Mary Frances Hock, Western n - Clinton P. Anderson D- " «-»•••»•• Providence vice-president of the N - M - and Rep. Tom G Mor- 000; Arizona 1.110.000. national organization. Iris, D-N.M., both member nf Limes -Florida 560.000. GEOLOGY CONSULTANT Visits the joint committee, hTve been A consulting associate in geo-| str Deen logy for the Paleo-Indian Insti-' supporters of ROVER —• . UI^HO K.H m mv mainci iui m- < -vim-nn: ( .i mi nnm.. »,...... ...,T..- tute at Eastern visited Por- ana " have urged the use of ni ' ?' 1e cro ^ rp P°rting board -vestors where risk is nominal, [that (he speculative pendulum said the estimates indicated The prudent investor should'has swung too far new issues that citrus production would be welcome the opportunity to let should bo chosen on the bask 22 per cent greater than last the public traders take over of strong fundamental and tech- year, although 3 per cent below while he pulls out and generally nical positions Eastern visited . .. _ 0 ._ _ „„ w „ tales Sunday to examine recent- clear nronulsion in th 0 „ »• ly-uncovered springs and wells! P r °P ul sion m the nation at the Blackwater Draw archa- space effort - eological site north of the city. Dr. Vance Haynes, currently working at the geochronolo- gical laboratory at the Univer-! sity of Arizona, inspected thej site with Dr. George Agogino, institute director. Dr. Agogino said Dr. Haynes has worked at more Early Man sites on the High Plains than any other geologist. COED NAMED 'ROSE' A Carlsbad coed at Eastern Marcia Earnest, was named "Rose of Delta Sigma Pi" during the business fraternity's recent annual dance. Miss Earnest was one of three coeds nominated for the title and was chosen by a vote of Delta Sigma Pi members. New officers of the professional group have been named forj the comng academic year. They. are Richard Amerson, Hobbs, 1 president Donald Johnson, Los, Alamos, vice-president Dewayne; Lee. Tucumcari, juniod vice-j president. j Charles Thatcher, Prospect '. Park, N. J., secretary; Doug-i las Burleson. Doming, treasurer; Noel McDonald, Roswell, chancellor; Kenneth DeMore, Syracuse N. Y., historian; and Farrell Watson Roswell, con troller. Hershel Potts, dean of men, was installed as an honor a r y member. APPROVAL RECEIVED | An Eastern New Mexico Uni- I versity faculty member who is | on leave for advanced study has received approval for the topic ^of his doctoral dissertation. j Albert R. Mitchell, assistant professor in business administration, recently passed comprehensive examinations for his doctor's degree at the University of Missouri. His dissertation title was approved as "A Study of the Signific a n t i Federal Income Tax Aspects of ! Financing Small, Closely Held ! Corporations." I Mitchell recently attended the Midwest Economics Association ;' meeting in Kansas City, Mo. ! A paper written by Mitchell appears in a new volume of "lii- t e rcollegiate Bibliogra p h y, i Cases in Business Administration." Grapefruit — Florida 31,500.- NEW YORK U.TU —'The .calls it a day, the letter says. Granville Market Letter says in- ! Standard & Poor's says that .creasing signs of a may setback [while speculative possibilities Lemons — California 13,500,-'in the market were recorded i continue to present themselves. [last week regardless of the new;great care must be exercised in I record highs in the Dow-Jones'selecting neff commitmlnt.s Tangelos—Florida 1,000.000. (industrial average. i Kenneth Ward of llayden, Tangerines — Florida 3,900,- ! The letter says there are few Stone Inc. says that until the areas left in the market for in- evidence is far more conclusive Looker Kintal* Monthly - Yearly Custom Slaughtering and Processing Houks Meat Co. 1016 W. Brady !a.m.-12\oon 1-6 p.m. 6 Days A Week Phone 7G3-5314 Open 7 Days A Week 6 turn, to 10 p.m. Buccaneer Stamps WHh Every Purchase Double On Wed, FESTIVAL All Flavors 6 Bottle Ctn. Food King OLEO Cudahy Wicklovv 2 This Day In History By I'nited Press International Today is Thursday. May 13 the 133rd day of 19655 with 232 to follow. The moon is approaching its full phase. The morning star is Saturn. TThe evening star is MARS. Sir Arthur Sullivan, part of the Gilbert and Sullivan opera team, was born on this day in 1842 On this day in history: In 1607, B: n g 1 i s h colonists landed near James River, Va. They were the first to establish a peprmanent English settle- rnent in (lit- New World. James- Jn luu;. Ton el, o/i III 11MU. Sir \Vins1ofi ('linn lull tuld tlie Jlouie oi I u/nrnoas that, as the n«w prime minister. he had nothing to offer o"but blood, toil, tears and •sweat. . ." TAMALES Steak PORK STEAK Soml- Lb. 3 PORK ROAST Lran Boston Butt Lb. 39 SPICED Mkt. Sliced LUNCHEON MEAT , 49' KRAFT LONGHORN CHEDDAR - 59 Kraft Qt. Jar 49 K Oz. Fnm>n S«-a Star Fish Sticks CHARCOAL LIGHTER Pt. Can 29c DOG FOOD Koxey Tall Cans TOILET TISSUE S 10 Me 69 VIENNA SAUSAGE Ellis Chili or Plain GREEN BEANS Cut 303 Can Del Monte .5^5) : -49c SWEET PEAS Del Monte 303 Can .. 2-25c 3 79 TOMATO JUICE Shurfine 46 Oz. Can 2Sc PANCAKE MIX B«-tty Crwlu-r BANANAS UPTON TEA BAGS . <*», 59c MIXED NUTS Fishers 25c (joldcn _ •HI \W»t Flour 25 $189 1 FACIAL TISSUE Lydia Gray 200 Count . 2-15c SPRAY STARCH Easy-On Spray 22 Oz. Can .. 49c ^^ Pure Cane ^^ ^^ Sugar io - 98 OLIVES Ilio Grande 10 Oz. Stuffed 49c LUNCHEON MEAT Shurfine 12 Oz. Can 35c COOKIES Tendercrust Asst Kcal Kill Pt. Jar BUG KILLER 77o 59 c CHARCOAL Ui. Has 535' 1 Lb. Can All Grind* FOLGERS COFFEE m ^T or Buttermilk Shurfinf BISCUITS 649 Siiurfina AERO-WAX Ql Heg. JJUc- 69c Ikd APPLES CARROTS Ijuig tjreeu Slk*T*» Cucumbers CANNED MILK 225; Shurfiuc SOU Can PORK and BEANS

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