Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 14, 1965 · Page 20
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May 14, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 20

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Alt ' I Friday, May ij, 1M8 " " " " ' " Wagner Balance Of Payments Earnings 4& • •• _ 1% us _ § • 4^ •••••« : ^ Challenged Deficit Cut In Half •• • • For Job NEW YORK WASHINGTON (UPI) - The second quarter could turn out US». balance of payments do- as well as the terrific- first ficit was cut In half during the quarter, which was marked hv months of this year, a catch-up in auto sales follow- Henry H. ing last fall's s Objective Of Growth EUDA GRADUATES — These seven seniors at Elida High Elida School will receive diplomas when the 1965 class com. Skip Chandler, Valentine"MeZa" A^nn^Vf "i^nn "l^-'fu' jnenc^ent «e^^ Earnest Wilson and ]ElaineWorley""sfalf Photo) ' Eddy GOPs Elect Head CKRLSBAD - Ralph Littrell of Carlsbad, has been re-elected Eddy County Republican Chairman. T. L. Midkiff was named vice secretary, and Ted Pate Jr., treasurer. All are from Carlsbad. f»r d I QUID Mo . (Up]) _ Elida Schedules Commencement was elected first vice chair- Richard woman. [dedicated ' »»*/[ ***••.-**.*, vxvi/iiiiCi; t. c* Postmaster Genera ijment exercises will be conduct- T Murphy Thursday Jed at 8 p.m. today at Elida High ?\ , rtont- \\fl-* «t _^f»hAr»1 At Graduation.. HVEtHEPdRtABir THAT HOLDS THE WORLD'S SPEED RECORD America's Most Popular Personal Typewriter ... The Beautiful ROYAL SAFARI With KVF.KY Bin; .Machine }'•>;»»lire TERMS As Little As $5 Down $5.33 Mo. w u , a 5 " cent Winston i Churchill commemorative stamp ;in ceremonies here. School. Diplomas will be presented to seven members of the Class of 1965. ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Haskell Worley, Elida. Salutatorian is Ann Self daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. lty ' . P°"«cal of the nation's largest Rep. John V. Lindsay 43 officially announced his candidacy for mayor at five news conferences, one in each of the city's five boroughs-Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn Queens and Staten Island outflow during the was at an annual -.mewhal over" $3 ; billion compared to a rate of about $6 billion during the final i quarter of 1964, he said ! States lost an additional $60 ; million in gold to foreigners 'last week. This brings the gold | loss for the year so far to $1.35 billion, he said. —The dollar will remain a "key element" in the world's money system, even though there may be some other changes. H for heUeves. _ Fdrm f *" In Self. to Sir Winston Churchill— by act of God England's most magnificent commoner, by act of Congress America's most beloved honorary citizen, and by act of his own history's most universally acclaimed "figure." Murphy said that most stamp issues touch off controversy but only one person had written the Post Office Department objecting to the Churchill stamp.' Other members of the Informed sources said that national Republican leaders were so enthused by Lindsay's decision to run—the' most serious threat to Democratic dominance in this heartland of national Democratic power—that a warchest of perhaps $2 million would be made available. This would be unprecedented even in a New Hork City mayoralty election. Lindsay, who represents Manhattan's "silk stocking" district including Park Avenue, is a proven vote-getter In the last ^residential election, in which ie refused to endorse Barry Goldwater. he won with a )0.000 majority. The district gave President Johnson a 60,000 majority. Despite Lindsay's attractiveness to the voters of his dis- rict, however, it is a political act of life that a Republican vill have a slirn chance in he city. Voter registration runs 3 to 1 Democratic. The ast Republican mayor w a s The Little Flower"—Finrello I. LaGuardia, and even he vas not a true Republican, but a fushion candidate backed by both the GOP and the Liberal party. LaGuardia served from 1934 to 1945. Valedictorian is Elaine Wor- 1 Voluntary Cooperation i The treasury secretary sak that, the reduced dollar outflow during the first quarter wa-' :due in part to President Johnson's program of voluntary co operation by bankers and busi- jnessmen. The President has !asked them to curb their overseas loans, investments and do- lar balances. While declining to predict how ;the second quarter might turn i out. Fowler said the balance of I payments "wil, show a surplus in March and hopcfullv also in , April." Although the first-quarter dollar loss translated Into an annual rate is onlv half as bin as the fourth quarter 1%4 i! ;. .about the same a« the deficit I during all of last year. The l%i jdeficit was $3.1 billion. Other Points ! Fowler made these- other points- I —President Johnson Is rr- ' viewing the Treasury's recommendations for a cut in excise taxes. Some final den^on- u.i; be coming from the White House in the very near future — Fowler himself will take n^ part in deciding which evi-.i--- are to be cut. because prior to his appointment as treasury secretary, he represented the autn- mobi'e indus'rv in iN h:f| t • win reducii'ill (.-f l!-e ("u;-v tj\ Not Going Up TIOSWKJJ, — Increasing land values have not been accompanied by increases in net farm income, a hank official told a Kroup in Hoswell Tuesday. -William S. May. vice 'president of the r-Yderat Land B;mk "f Wichita. Kan., said that larm income has remained in the same range for 10 years, and is not expected to improve much this year. He spoke to about 100 stockholders and guests dunns' the annual stockholders meeting of the Federal Land V-.n of |{,> . well. Shepard is president of TRW "H-... which after the close of .business April ;w became the now name of w int formerly W J, Thompson Hanio Woolndge" Inc' nlev (>! ^ Ul " ha T d indllstri «l com' PIP.V Shepard anri other offi- ( iai> n| (he firm were here my the past week a the factors behind the company. s sales Growth 'he half-billion dolla rnile.s-tfine passed in A basic obHT'ivo of any plan il 'i- yrmMh. Siie;,nrd said,' n be an incrense i,, earnings -ii.iie oi a cnip iraiion. The lf ' !; ' "f 1'ii. may take i)| di'ferent courses, A!! these .L'rowfh patterns, he aer'irdin:.'. !•> ,m operating tech"">'"•• Ncf!!!!:.' (.•,;;,>< Whir") aro • <'a^'i;:.i!i>. )i;,j specific. ~y Quirks In The News By United Press International TREEHOUSES EXEMPT UTICA, N.Y. (UPD-Utica's Corporation Counsel has ruled! should collect a sizeable por- , r ,ay be t>"v' f. - iW ev>r ' • lion of the city's 500.000 .Negro '-to pause" for "a little Y,r«-nt!, votes. • CUTTY SARKl AMERICA'S No.1 ' SELLING SCOTCH ,\ THE BUCKINGHAM CORPORATION. IMPORTER*, NEW YOU*. IN.Y. flllNDf 0 H PKOOf property. BRITISH WEEK iy hats and rolled umbrel- - treehouses are exempt Ias were flow n to Amsterdam He said the complaint was from the building code, so the lioll and, Wednesday where thev based on the fact that Church- 1 city has no right to evict twoj wju be Kivea away by shop ' " in was 'a politician." 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