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Clovis, New Mexico
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Friday, May 14, 1965
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f^May, May pries Halt Gang istlng Jelly Beans ftOtfOB, La. (uPt) is no more. Authorities said Wednesday shoplifting jelly bean gang ftttrtw high school inker Aide led CITY, Tenn. UPI— The East Baton Rouge she* riff's department said school authorities got wind of extensive shoplifting by 34 girls and 13 boys ranging in age from 13 to 16 and packed them off to the sheriff's office. Capt. C. E. Johnson, chief of the juvenile bureau, said the youngsters admitted taking Carole Tyler, the for-jsuch items as eyebrow and et Tennessee beauty rec ° rds - candy, . became a mystery girl in|P e " cils ; perfume, water pistols. fi« Bobby Baker investigation, pas buried Wednesday in stale services on a hillside akeview Cemetery. at ss Tyler, 26, Baker's pri- and, of course, jelly beans over a period of several months. Principal L. N. Day put an end to the operation after numerous cases of shoplifting _.-— . -_, _., r .. from grocery stores and shop- Ite secretary, was killed Sun-|ping centers near the school day When a single-engine plane!were uncovered. flown by a West Virginia pilot T . .. , ... . , plunged into the Atlantic Ocean „ Johnson said he dld not Believe the youngsters will be Baker's Carousel fiftel near Ocean City, Md. charged, but he intends speak to their parents. to Young GOPs To Meet ALBUQUERQUE (UPI) About 300 delegates are expect-, . .ed to register today for the w - Whittemore, a former news- "badminton - like exchanges" New Mexico Young Reoublican jpaperman, is the only trial that take place between mar- Assn. convention scheduled to i exam * ner on the staff of the'ried couples. — The Lighter Side — Trial Examiner Not Lawyer Mel Wat WASHINGTON (UPI) — C. minded him of one of those run through Sunday at the Holiday Inn at Albuquerque. Featured speakers at the convention will be Tom Van Sickles, Kansas state senator and U.S. Rep. David Flaherty, ft- N.C. Sickles, who will speak Saturday and Flaherty, scheduled to talk Sunday, are candidates for the post of National YR Chairman. Activities Friday night will be caoped by the crowning of Miss Young Republican of New Mexico. The event will follow selection of committees. Saturday Mrs. Frances Lee, Republican national committep- woman for New Mexico, will introduce Bob Lee of Denver. Colo., guest speaker at a luncheon. Lee is Republican county chairman for Denver. Election of new officers will take place Saturday and officers will be installed during a dinner that night by former Gov. Tom Bolack. Director for the Goldwater- Miller ticket for the 1964 presidential election, Cliff White of Mew York, will also speak at a b.-^iquet Satutday night. Initiates Announced ALBUQUERQUE (UPI)- Stu- National Labor Relations Board "Unless," he wrote, "the (NLRB) who is not a lawyer, board is prepared to extend its This perhaps explains why h3 field of later relations to the has little patience with pet-ilimitless area of domestic dis- tifoggery, Which is the fine art putes, and to delegate to 'Dear of making judicial mountains ~ out of legal molehills. When Whittemore recently I was assigned to investigate aj"^' ril dispute that he regarded asimissed - Abby' and Norman Vincent Peale the interpretation of proof the Labor Relations the case should be dis- Bids Eyed On Tunnel WASHINGTON il.TIi- Kids will be accepted beginning May 2t on I'onsinicliun of a 1.000 fool Ion;; tunnel at Kl Yaclo Dam in nortiii rn \rv Mexico. Tlu- U.S. Bureau of Heclania- tion said the tunnel will cost about $1..100.000. It is to be completed in 650 working flays. Accordinc to a r e p o i f from Now Mexico's ("onirrc^smcn. tlic tunnel will be part of the massive San Juaii-Chamu water diversion project. Three m u c h larger tunnels, each coslin.c; in the milions of dollars, also are to be built as part, of the project. Aifec « Fflrmingten Bonk Bids On Bonds AZTEC (UPD— The First National Bank of A/tec and Farmington Wednesday offered the lowest of five bids on purchase of $60,000 in bonds from the town of A/tec. The bank offered the town an interest rate of 3.1212 pet C§ftt or, the bonds. Money from the bonds sale will be used to build a new Aztec fire station. Construction is to start In 4 few days. The job is to be competed within 120 days. *t ', place youi irusi n, , , piotessioml PRE5CR trivial, he delivered an opinion that had over-tones of exasperation. The whole thing, he said, re- Colleges Comply With Law WASHINGTON (UPI)_ All nine institutions of higher learn-1 ends . in divorc e. No Competition Since the board upheld his recommendation, I assume it has no intention of going into competition with Ann Landers, Mary Haworth and other arbiters of marital badminton. Nevertheless, Whitemore has raised an interesting point. Consider, if you please, the fact that only a small percentage of labor disputes escalate into a strike. This is undoubtedly due in some measure to the good offices of the NLRP.. On the other hand, about one out of everv four marriages DUCK WALL'S ing in New Mexico have signed non-discrimination pledges with the federal government as re- Strictly from the standpoint ol statistics, it might therefore be argued that what this country quired by Title VI of the Civil| nceds is a National Marital lie- Rights Act of 1964. The section bars use of federal funds for schools practic- lations Board i\MRB> The plan would work something like this: When collective ing racial discrimination. Byi signing the clause the nine i between a man and \v 11 schools become entitled for federal funds. dents from Los Alamos, Carls- Dist. Judge Samuel Z. Mon- bad, Las Vegas and 26 from to ya. chairman of the New Albuquerque were among 311 Mexico Advisory Committee to Grows Like a Miracle Tastes Like a Million Proved 30-50% Better Than Sudan Grass in Official Trials DeKalb "Sud«x" Brand, SX-11 is a truly great forage and grazing crop— • tremendously productive. It has the quick growth power of sudan grana and the sweet flavor of sorghum. Great fcr green University of New Mexico students who will be initiated into I Phi Beta Kappa tonight. j The other two students were I from out-of-state. the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, announced signing of the pledges by the nine schools. Signing the pledges were College of St. Joseph in Albuquer- chopping—great for intensive grazing. DeKalb "Sudax" Brand, SX-11 ; can take hot, dry weather, stand up under heavy grazing and show remark- ' able comeback. See me and order your seed needs now. ••DEKALB" and "SUOAX" trt Brand Namei. SX-11 it a Variety Dtlignatfon. i Accepted in the national hon- que, Eastern New Mexico Uni: or society liliam Galdi lard Andrew Holley of L o s Ala-|Vegas. New Mexico Institute of imos and Stephen Carl Voren-! Mining and Technology at So reached the point where she. was bargaining over hm\ nim :i alimony she should collect, the NMRB would send a mediator to help resolve the dispute. Cooling Off Period Should that fail, the NMRB would notify the president. «>,, could then invoke the N.iiimu! Marital Relations Act. otherwise known as the l'.iirton-T,r. were Theodor WH-jversity in Portales, New Mexi-ilor Act. This would provide K>r i of Carlsbad; Rich- co Highlands University, at Las a 90-day "cooling-of_f' period. At the end of thai tim< negotiations still proved fruit- Next Time Plant All DeKalb GUTHALS CO. 1001 East 1st Clovis, New Mex. berg of Las Vegas. All three are'corro, New Mexico Military'Jess, ^tho couple would »,, seniors. C1.OVI* RKWA-JODKNftt, ME.MHKR AUDIT BlIKEAD OP UIHCUIjM'ION BY UTO..E MKR!!RANT CARRIKR 1.75 monthly In advance. Bv mull In Curry and aurroundliig counties J12.OJ fcr one year; 18 00 for six months: S4.25 for three months; J1.50 tor one month. By mall outside Clo. vti trade territory, J18.UO for one ywr: J150 for «lx mciiths: J500 for three months; JL75 for one month ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Second class t-ontatre paid at Clovis New Mexico Published dally except Saturdjy hv the CIXJVIS NEWS-JOURNAL Sixth A Pile. Clovn. New Mexico. Ph. 7633431. Institute at Roswell, New Mexi-^o submit their disagreem co State University at Las Cru- j binding arbitration ces. Western New Mexico Uni- : Or, if the president di versity, St. Michael's College at the national intent V.- Santa Fe and the University of volved, he could "sei/e" New Mexico. CbapeL of. MfemoRies A Serving yjith SYMPATHY, DIGNITY, REVERENCE. AT MANANA BOULEVARD • CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO DON EPL1NG, MANAGER PHONfe 7G3-4431 Hotel Firm Sued Over | Ownership ALBUQUERQUE (UHt- The Sierra Life Insurance Co., Wed-, nesday sued Schine Hotels Inc..* over possession of the Western' Skies Hotel in Albuquerque. { The suit said Schine "unlaw-j fully and with force" continues; to hold possession of the West-1 ern Skies. The suit asked that! Schine be found guilty of un-| lawful detainer of the hotel 1 premises. i The complaints filed in District Court, said Schine was in | default in payment of rent on J!March 1. A notice of default jwas served April 2. The defaults were not cured within 30 Idays of the notice, the suit said, and at the end of the 30- day period, Sierra Life was entitled to possession of the hotel. marriage and have the pi\em ment operate it. In tunes ol emi'mi-rii > •• ••••* know, the government t.'.ri,- tionallv sem-s the r,!i!n>:i(i And if it can run a r.'ii!ro..d. it should have no lioubk M-CJ> Ing a marriage on the track- /'••'.••. .~mmfmw*±. y : (' COUPONS GOOD SATURDAY ONLY Vou 9 !! be all set with this quality d/nnerware.... I 65-PIECE MELMAC ENSEMBLE Everything you need to set your table plus the convenience of dishwasher-proof break-resistant Mel mac* Complete service for eight includes: 8 decorated dinner ptetec • platter 8 salad plate* • covered fopr bOW 8 coup bowls • creamer 8 cups • covered butter dish 8 saucer* » tail and p*pp«r vegetable dish tNCUJQESi • 8 water tumbler* • 8 Juic* ttmMin OUNTRY Id UOIEY DOWI • WEEKLY 91 M01THIY TEIMS Cftoe** from tfer** UuMio* patterns When you live in the Great Southwest, you're really living. Big country calls for big pleasure in an automobile. Take the 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 XI for example. Bucket seats, command console, vinyl upholstery, V-8 engine, Cruise-0-Matic transmission are stand- ard equipment. But there's more. You get Ford's great new smooth, silent, stable ride to boot. Try it on for size. Take a test drive. Once you do, you'll be champin' at the bit to take that Galaxie XL home for keeps. And that's just fine. Because there's a man who can make it mighty easy for you right now, YOUR GREAT SOUTHWEST FORD DEALER Bob Harper Ford Sales 400 Main Clovis, New Mexico

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