Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 13, 1965 · Page 20
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 20

Clovis, New Mexico
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
Page 20
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fnm, Way 18,1085 s Alamos Meson Machine OK'd _ ,„ Milton Mesoa ffl& J3&f.L08 Alamos for study* fio*m$Bflents oi the atom re•"- ifflttai approval Tuesday ttte Joint Committee on AtoMe Energy okayed expendi« tres for advanced design stu- 4iei <m tire facility. the preliminary designs on the device, A linear accelerator, have already been prepared by the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory scientists. the Committee, besides approving the $3 million design expenditure, also recommended the Atomic Energy Commission include their request for the total $55 million in the fiscal year 196? budget, which begins July 1 of next year. Sen. Clinton P. Anderson and U.S. Rep. Thomas G. Morris, New Mexico Democrats, both praised the Committee's authorization for funds. Anderson no- ted the Meson facility would be useful to scientists throughout the Rocky Mountain region. Morris said it would keep "Los Alamos on the frontiers of science. Read Classified Ads Claris Boy Receives Award Bennie H. Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Boyd, 800 Jones, recently received the University of Colorado School of Business Dean's Award from Dean William H. Baughn. Boyd was presented the award at the school's annual convocation. FOR YOUR MONEY These Prices Good Thursday • Friday • Saturday 50 FOOT GARDEN HOSE Guaranteed AT OUR FOUNTAIN JUMBO HAMBURGER AND A THICK MALTED MILK 75c Extra Large CREST TOOTHPASTE 49 c CARNATION 7 Tall ta, $ 1 MILK NORTHERN TISSUE its. BOX SOAP SALE Tide-Vel-Fab Dreft-Cheer •^•^ —• ^B ^ Rexall -- Box 400 CLEANSING TISSUE 19 C 69c TEK TOOTHBRUSH 2 FOR 69c 53c LISTERINE TOOTHPASTE 2 TUBES 59c 1,000- 1 /2 GRAIN SACCHARIN TABLETS 2 BOTTLES $1.40 98c DRISTAN FOR SINUS & HAY FEVER 69c RAYEnE-AQUA NFT HAIR SPRAY 49c BOTTLE 200 REXALL MULTIPLE VITAMINS $1.49 $5.00 VALUE $1.39 IMPERIAL RUBBER GLOVES 98c DURHAM RED ANT KILLER 69c 75c Pain Allay Mouth wash 3 9 1 100 - U.S.P. - 5 Grain ASPIRIN Qc TABLETS * $19.95 Squibb -- Broxodent Electric Toothbrush $1395 Jergen Lotion TOILET SOAP 75c Dispenser of 5 Schick Stainless DOUBLE EDGE BLADES MH + 49 C Keg. 20c Eveready FUSHLICHT BATTEIIIES £1*. 9* PRESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED FREE 7 A.M. T0 10 P.M. FAST PHOTO FINISHING OVERNIGHT SERVICE SMITH REXALL DRUG MAIN-Phone 763-5528 Around The Sfate Swiss Boy Scouts To Resume 1,800-Mile Trip Down Rio Grande ALBUQUERQUE (UPI) - A Air Defense Center at Ft. Bliss, crew of Swiss Scouts and their Tex., will be a featured speaker leader plan to resume an 1,800- at the meeting. mile trip down the Rio Grande later this week after a rest stop in Albuquerque. The 15 Scouts and their leader, Henri - Maurice Berney of Montreux, Switzerland, started the ambitious tour April 23 From the small town of Creede in the mountains of southern Colorado. The Scouts used three boats to shoot down the river from Creede to Albuquerque. Berney said he plans to write a book and produce a series of Also on the agenda are election of new officers and presentation of awards to outstanding volunteers. The Otero County Heart Association will host the meeting. Gas Tax Discussed SANTA FE — Oral arguments were heard Monday before the New Mexico Supreme Court on the controversial gasoline tax) increase imposed by the City of; Albuquerque. j The citv seeks to have a dis- films on the trip after the trict court judgment calling for; ' group returns to Switzerland in July. To Gulf The explorers hope to follow the Rio Grande along its entire course through Colorado, New Mexico and Texas to where it empties into the Gulf of Mexico. Berney said the group decided on the trip because "Every a referendum on the tax increase set aside. The high court took the case under advisement after argu-l ments. Branch Bank OK'd SANTA FE - State Banking Commissioner William J. Upton granted the application of New Mexico Bank and Trust Co. of; Hobbs to establish a branch in - Bel ly anyone knows anting abo ul .ion. ,>,„„ TT u n. r i , ,, found the branch will not icon- He said "Mort everyone told ardlze Ule t hank - s caj ,,5, us that there wouldn't be any osition ^ will not jeopar ' di7 . c water there yet we were sur- thc operaUon Or ca ^ 10si , i(in prised to find out how much of existinR i nstltu tions in thc same field of activity. Report Due to find out water there really was." Each of the three boats has tipped over several times Ln j rough water. "It was a sur-j SANTA FE ~ The final report prise to us to find such wild' nn tnc two-year Albuquerque water and so much of it,' he ; 'metropolitan transportation stu- said - idy will bo presented Mav 21 at Lose Equipment | lwo mec u n( j s j n Albuquerque. The numerous dunking* in ,, cnry Kvans who W . IS , n the river resulted in the loss of.charge"of thc study for Wilbur about $1.000 worth of equip- 'smith and Associates, San Fragment, icisco consultants, will present Berney said the Scouts take | lno r0 port. to thc land along parts of the! A meeting for public official route, traveling by car instead • will hp h( , 1(1 a{ 10 a m Wav •_,] of boat. He said because of the n t the new city hall. Members limited amount of time avail-.of the State ll'ichwsv Cnnmr-- able, they travel on the high-i R jon, Albuquerque City Corr.rnLs- ways sometimes to save time. ! s j nn< city Manager Edmund Er- He said the boys were im- C e! and County Manager John pressed by the deep canyons; \ linn are invited, along the Rio Grande. "We have nothing like this in Switzerland. We have higher mountains and more spectacular scenery, but no de<>p canyons cut College Dean Named SANTA KE- I>r KU'hard I 1 Wpicle. preMilfn! of M ,J'-.",n • Coil* j;e, has announced t: .> ...;; Ill" I T l UUfc itv/'vivvt/ •>.- t»ftj »»..,.• ..•-- _ »»* i i i into the noor of the earth as I 5 >oinlmcnt of . _^« Incetx-ri: l.o you have here in America.' 1 Postmaster Installed MORIARTY - Donald Flem-' Mrs - ^ren7._ls now a tutor ins was installed as acting post- afntlctspnT1 ^ T^"; fo ' * onicn master of Moriarty in a public at St John . Collie here ceremony Wednesday at the Dr. \Ui{> also annour.o-.-l Dr new Post Office on US-66 here na cum laucle. Anderson To Speak ALBUQUERQUE - Sen. Clinton P. Anderson will give the commencement address at the University of Alaska May 24. The senator will fly to Fairbanks from Washington May 23 and return to Washington May 25, his office here reported. Decision Stands SANTA FE (UPI) - District Judge Frank B. Zinn of Gallup has upheld a decision of the .State Medical Examiners Board which refused to grant a permanent medical license to a Los Alamos physician under the so- called "endorsement" method. Dr. Sigwin llaska charged the examiners board with political discrimination in refusing to grant him a license by reciorocity. Thc board said Dr. Haska would have to take an examination to qualify to jrac- tice medicine in New Mexico. Dr. Haska claimed he was licensed in other states and he should be granted a license under reciprocity without taking the examination However, the board refused to do this, and Dr. Haska, who has advocated so- ciali/.e medicine in the past, appealed to the district court. .liidce Zinn said there was no "abuse of discretion" by the medical board and affirmed its derision. A spokesman for the medical examiner^ board said the next step would be up to Dr. Raska. If he desires to take the exam- i'i.-itn'Ti. he will be allowed to ilu so. Patent Royalties LAS VKGAS — For the first time In Us f»fi years. New Mexico Highlands University is rts c.-fivim; patent royalties. The royalties are the result of n r)r.vf!(;;>;MC'.'i: I'v I >r Galen Kwmc. now at Set on Hall Unl- vcrvty l.'.jt fnr a number of y»'ar<* a rn<vn!>«T of (he High- i.vKh I r.iscrs'.'v faculty, of *pe- '••;.y. :n<-'.r',;;r'>r'.s fur the teaching <•'. ar;>!-- !;<•-" < ' ci!i:-'rv and for ?» *™? a * d ™ n " tho , (( ; in Santa 1-e, r!fi-cti\e ..!;;!;. *, ,. •;.-•;, ;-,••;,•.•,..• ,,f !• •,. .r.<l:vidual '."<"< !'-'-s <••', : f n ir.-.tniHi'iTJt into M'p.'tr.'i:!..' units — hn« fwen un- <i<T'.-iM": hy AMP Products. Inc . '•>( H.I! .n iin>k>r nn agreement 'A'-'''\ i !: ,'Y.,"iruis ' 'ruvorj.i'.v. Al- rc.-iMv .-r.arv tn'.U'e'** and nn:- v"rv'!"<! have purchased thej-e . No Hope For postrnaster March 12 to fill a vacancy created by the retirement, effective Dec. 31, of Mrs p ixiie Gloss. He served as a c-lerk in the Post Office during the latter part of Mrs. Gloss's administration. An examination for the per* manent postmaster appointment is pending. License Due Probe ALBUQUERQUE - The State „ , , _,, ,, Board of Pharmacy will con- i , .1 u T sider at a meeting heap June 7-8 whethei*to re\oke tin- b- cense of Hoswell druggist Hen F. Cathy. Cathv was convicted in t" S District C'ourt here Friday of dispensing narcotics without a perscription. He was sentenced to two years probation In court. Cathv admitted dispensing morphine sulphate tablets to Gary W. Hamill, a Hoswell drive-in operator who also received two years probation. U.S. Narcotics Agent Jonn 1. Kelly Jr., obtained the drugs from Hamill. Heart Unit SetS Meet ALAMOGORDO (UPii - The annual meeting of the New Mexico Heart Assn., will be held May 22 at Alamogordo. Maj. Gen. Tom Victor Stayton, commander of the U. S. Army as Postal Bids Due t';:nk a j<;ti. karc n-r!.imation prou-rt that \voul,i ir.r;-,;<!« two WASHINGTON - I'.ids w ; :! *-.- oi-i-ned .'line 11 for a n«-'>v !' - t offu'i' 5u!)St.ition at Aih'^j'ier- que. t!w New Mexico I'T,..:*---- .sional d<'lo5;at:i>n has anno'.iiii'e'l Th.> Post Office I>ept >:«id :t will begin receding bids t.-Kl;iv for the Test <>!:;<•<» Stati-.-ri 1» and annex in northeast All>u qurrque. The contrart will b* a 10-yea: lea^e wi'.h four five sear upti'>n v Anend Braille Meet ALHryrETigrK - The !,. Serv..'.- «'• N.-A M.-M.-.. w.'.! '.end \-AI.I dt'SrU.i 1 ''-. ! ( ' incel'liL' !!:! "..,."i Anaheim Calif. T'fif. a.-- Mi- •'.'•'•' prcs, lei:t, and Mr-- V, i \fr v .»'. inernbiT <'• " !l n. i I-'.-'«TI.IS and llrari'ii 1 ;, ran b<» ':•-.'. t'.>»c!.'.i r in t:r:;i' '••> tif au- ':.':or;/vd t.'.-is year. ' if 1 get ii-i a.'reemcr.t fri'in tj.e i^oplc of theso areas, 1 ci":!d put U in the omnibus Jl'-'xl bill," Sen.\a said. tn;t he a<M.-,l tiv.i !•:!!" will l>p rep-'tc.j (,>•„« :n about a monUi. Water Meet Set -'\\TA ti: ! !'!• - - Statf '•'• .1 '.' ':n \ar!i":< ;i?enc;i»j .•• •<.-•• n Kanta F'c May 25 ' • ••'. '. - V .' Mc\. i s partici- , ;•••; . ; ••• •-. '.-! %iw biihon lianl < '>;^ - nation;, 1 ;> orxtsa! .- North board d.u-ctoi.-, but!i of A: Campbell Due Honor SANTA FK. ••- Gov J a c >•. \j"i : . im .,u-l! v,ii! I.M,^.- a it.- t)n g ul 'sh('(l service award as an outstanding alumnus of Washburn University m Topc-ka. Kan June 5 The auard is pn--i -r-tt-d b> the Wa-h'-urn Aluinni ASMS CampU-11 reu-ivi-il h;-, law dt- gree from Washburn University. where he was graduated mag DUCKWALL'S Thursday Night Specials DUCKWAIL S COUPON DAYS White Pk-k«t frViuv (Limit 5) ,DUCKWALL> vc!-.jvd by *.: , '-.Tin of Bankers To Meet LAS CHITFS «UP1» - Undrr- ^fcn-tary of tJ-c Treasury Joseph \\ Harr is sctwduled to address If.c ,V)th annwa! convention of the New Mf\i<-o Hankers Associa- t:n!! .)!.!:(• 11 , Tin- thii'f-day convention will open .June 10. Harr was named to the treasury |>ost by I 'resident Johnson. Ho was chairman of the board of directors fur the Fe<k>ra! Deposit Jiisiiraiice Corporation before ins appointment Harr also served as assistant t'i !!,(• Sfcrrtary of the Treasury from 1%1 to l f J£A He was a member of Congresi from l»f>8 to I'.tiO and served on tiii- Haiikiiij.' and Currency Committee Hearinq Slated S\NTA FK i UPI i - A public heurim? on a proposed alignment of Interstate 25 north of the P.. j rria!:!lu Interchange has been set for May 17 by the State CLIP COUPONS!! COUPON DAYS White Liquid Detergent (limit 2) ObtK WAI I'i lo*] Aqua Net Hair Spray (Limit DuC»\ W At ti onlte Only 6K» pjn til 8 p.m. Chief Highway Engineer T. B. White said tlie meeting will be held in Hardy's Steak House in Alirodom-s on .New Mexico 422 and will bci'iM at 9 a rn All uiU-rt-sted dti/ens were urged by White to attend the Hearing and divuss the proposed route location. , To lx- discussed will be a 20[ [ mile stretch of the 125 route extending from about 35 milet north of the interchange northerly iu the top of La Bajada JiiiJ. A spokesman for the department said the proposed aligmneut follows in general the route of the Jipivaeut highway U.S. 85.

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