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July 11, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 3

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e If Easy—Spanish *!.<• »fT. admiration-admiraclon invitation-invitaclon '0' : dramatic-dramatico artistic-artistico By William Archer Leison No. 19 Reading Time .1 Min. Study Time to 3!in. You have already been given 4 "keys" to nouns. Today we will « review those "keys", and add noun "key" #5. (First, of course, :. there are the hundreds of words that are the same in Spanish as they are in English, such as: ideal, final, fatal, frugal, rural, so~ cial, noble, visible, etc. etc.) Now, to the review of "keys": irl — Words ending in 'or' in English will almost always be • 'the same in Spanish: > interior director superior actor color doctor i2 — If it ends in 'tion' in English, change the 'T' to 'C'. and ; you have a Spanish word: ^dcscriptlon-descripcion anticipation-anticipation ' =3 — If it. ends in V. add an economic-economico ', critie-critico =4 — If it ends in 'ent'. add an 'K': presiden(--prcsiden(c eminent-eminentc , accident-accident*? incident-incindcntc dlrS — If the English word ends in 'T' (not 'ent'l. add an 'A': artisl-artisla denlist-dentisia communist--communisla list-lista economist-economists capitalist-capitalisla We suggest 10 minutes for study time on this lesson, because it advances the student so far into the vocabulary of Spanish that we want him to commit to memory the simple changes that convert English words to Spanish. As we progress we will give you additional noun "keys" .that will give you the 5.000 word vocabulary that we promised you. (r) Copyrighted by tho Spend Speech Corporation. 1963. Spanish Speed Speech appeal's in The Clovis Hews-Journal as a public service- The Spxvd Speech course consists of n textbook, a set of two 45 rpm records and a dictionary of '.vorkine words. You may purchase any one or all three items by sending check or money order for $3.65 plus four per r-rnt 1ax per each in care "SPANISH SPEED SPEECH," Clcu'is, News-Journal, Box 920, Clovis, N.M. We are so sure that you \\ill be pleased, that \ve offer a monev-back guarantee. (Train Trip * To Roswell Set By YMCA The YMCA will sponsor an %-ernight t?<ai* trip to Roswell on Thursday. The group will board the train at the Santa Fe Railway station at 1:15 p.m. on Thursday. They will journey to Roswell. leave their bed rolls in the Roswqell YMCA Gym, go for a swim in the Roswell YMCA pool, have a picnic in the park. I PUBLIC RECORD Hospital Notts i FRIDAY ADMISSIONS j Cynthia Holderman, 909 W. i Christopher, medical ; Phyllis Allen. 3104 Smith, med- led ; Willie Mayfield. 106 Connelly, Extradition ; J om vv "son. M. Sumner, ac; cident 1 Aurora Moreno. Portales. sur- AUSTIN (UPD- Gov. Jark {M. Campbell was notified by Texas authorities Thursday that [Texas Gov. John Connally re- Last week they caught three. ;fused to extradite a convicted;Another got away but had to i murderer who escaped from the ^abandon his car and two fe- ;New Mexico State Prison. Marijuana Control Poses Woes Along Texas Border BROWNSVILE, Tex. (UPD— men, two brothers-ag 18 and The mayor of BrWMvTile, 21—from Pharr. Anotl Judy Pierce. Melrose, N • Participants must bring a bed roll, towel, bathing suit, toilet ; wether, medical articles and a sack lunch for' FRIDAY DISMISSALS supper. The fee of $7 for mem- Jfllice Ainsworth, 2116 Calipers and $8 for non - members houn includes the train fare, drink for Phyllis Allen. 3104 Smith Linda Anderson, 200 Rencher Gladys Aydelotte. Euless, Tex. The Texas Court of Criminal 'freedom. Appeals ruled last month that Eubanks, who admitted he (male companions to keep his|ered. Four more are the "pushers" keep sell-jknv the crops, ing and the "weedheads" keep put of the ; state, migrant workers who fol- er of the Tom Gonzales headed h i s seven is already in prison forl city's Id-member delegation to burglary, the DPS m;n discov-ithe meeting. The six-man Mat- the Mexican Army garrison rv -i .-ii i i- there. Daily, still more njiarijuana jii ; is bought and sold |along the Lopez preached control on amoros group was led by Gen. Elpidio G. Velasquez, head of supper, breakfast and insurance. Register at 762-3198. Youngsters will return to Clovis at 1 p.m. on the 16th. the The YMCA schedule for week is as follows: MONDAY 9-11 A.M. Crafts and arts class \ at Marshall Jr. High 5:45 p.m. Ladies Slimnas- tics. Youth Center. Sycamore at Seveventh 6:30 p.m. YMCA '"Minus One" Club. Hillcrest Park 7:30. p.m. YMCA Investment Club Southwestern Public Service meeting room, Mrs. Walter Brooks and baby girl. 824 Prairieview Mrs. Jimmy Brown and baby girl, 604 E. Sixth Doris Christian. Farwell, Tex. Mrs. James Jackson. nlGVi iSecond SAV$6OOnSPAWSH SPEED SPEECH Complete 'irtirsc regularly sells for Sin.JiS bill exclusively 'I'hc f'lovls \«'\vs-.!oiirnal now only SlO.fl.'i! [(SPANISH SPEED SPEECH li The Clovis News-Journal i. Box 920 |j Clovis, New Mexico Enclosed is 5 for which pleose send r (Milte remittances payable to The C'ovis ) Spanish Speed Speech Text, S365 plus sales tax ) Spanish Dictionary $8.65 plus sales tax C ) Record Set $3.65 plus sales tax (two 4.5 RPM records) ( ) Complete Course only S10.95 plus sales taxjl MOXKYBACK GI.VKANTKK: u you are not satisfied \vitn tho'l books or records in any w»\, your money will be promptly refunded. XAME I || ADDRESS ZIP CODE • CITY .......... STATE .......... ...... I _ _ _ (All(i\v^ap|>roximart«-lv -j weeks for delivery) I WORLD LAW "DAY "" i vain dream. WASHINGTON lUPli-Presi- , 1M .,.„,. dent Johnson Thursday designa- r IIMV I!N CAK!> ted Sept. 13 World Law Day.' COALVILLE. England H'FIi saying that Americans are cora-,_The Coalville City Council put fitted to seek "a world where | a new ordinance into effect fo- all men may Iwe in peace with c i ay requiring men to wear ihe hope of justice under th chatting caps in the public nil* of Jaw." ^ 5 r swimjning pool. Johnson spoke at a ceremony ! Thp ordinance was passed be- in the White House rose garden. icause wom en - who have al- He said the goal could not bej ways nad to wear caps _ com . achieved by a mere proclama-jpj a i ned some men - s nair was i ' t _____ ... Elicia Lopez, 418 Reid Fred Maxcey, 8033 Gerry Dr. Ben 11. Meyer, 2.920 Sheridan Mrs. Tom Rolen. Box 765 Calvin Sanders. 2433 Sheldon Congratulations To Mr. and Mrs. Frederick 1 Meier. 1620 Sheldon, on the birth ILKSDA^ ; 0 f a son weighing seven pounds 9:15 a.m. Ladies Slimnastics. ; and lwo and a half ounces at Youth Center, Sycamore at Sev- i2 ;22 p.m. Friday in Memorial enth (Hospital. 5:45 p.m. Business Men's \ Physical Fitness, Youth Center, j Marriage LlCCnSCS ==^j Sycamore at Seventh ; Karl 11. Shelton, 40. and Ro- 7:30 p.m. Adult Mixed Volley | aslk , Martinez, 27, both of San- Ball. Gattis Gym. !ta p e WEDNESDAY 5^, FUe<| 9-11 A.M. Crafts and arts class : Associates Consumer Finance • at Marshall Jr. High ; Company (NSL) vs. Albertino 5:45 p.m. Ladies Slimnastics E. Gonzales, Albert E. Gonza, Class. Youth Center. Sycamore-les and Polly Gonzales, on note, at Seventh i •— 7:30 p.m. V M C A Youth Square Dancing Class. Y o u t h i Center, Sycamore at Seventh , i THURSDAY j i 9:15 a.m. Ladies Slimnastics, ; Youth Center. Sycamore at Sev- I enth ' 1:15 p.m. Hoswell Youth Fun I Trip. Santa Fe Station 5:45 p.m. Business Men's Physical Fitness. Youth Center,' .Sycamore at Seventh i FRIDAY j 9-11 A.M. Crafts and arts class at Marshall Jr. High SATURDAY i 7:30 a.m. Adventures For Youth, Marshall Jr. High Gym 7:30 p.m. "Y Square" Square I Dance Club. Marshal High School Cafeteria ! by New Mexico authorities jwere Incomplete. i Texas Sec. of State Crawford Martin notified Gov. Campbell jof Texas' refusal to extradite ithe man. | Eubanks was apprehended, jand held for extradition at Big Spring, Tex., where he had been living. The appeals court • said Eubanks' indictment on the i murder charge was not included in New Mexico's request for his return. er Rio Grande ing, perhaps, toward a new civic combativencss against the illegal weed. In McAllen, 50 miles away,!in Texas pass through, these j S t a t e Department of Public- agents work- U. S. Customs j officials issued arrest warrants, last week against seven valley men to climax a months-long undercover investigation. So far they've only served' the warrants on two of the! Piedras Ncgras, Acjuna andjbut their problem there is the planting as well as the smuggling. The more traffic we have here, the more demand there." They meet again about Aug. 1 and Lopez says he hopes lc include representatives from s o il d in Brownsville, Del Rio, El Paso and In the ^ther communities stretching rtear Mexico. Most of the big-city supplies BACK IN HOSPITAL g s< | neighboring Hilalgo County. Asst. U. S, Dist. Atty. Homer|Later he hopes the program — Lopel of Brownsville' last week!centered around anti-marijuana brought together cii'ic leaders I education — will extend up and from Brownsville and Matamo-jdown the Texas border, through ; ros to form a citizelns commit- Laredo and on to El Paso, tee seeking to control marijuana- wllic|] js out of his district, na traffic in the sijster cities. WASHINGTON (UPD - Senate GOP Leader Everett M. Dirksen. 111., re - entered Walter Reed Army Medical Center Thursday for treatment of ab-: dominal pain spasms. ! Dirksen. 69. spent last week-! end in Walter Reed after an at- j tack of the recurring pains', but returned to his Senate duties Tuesday, lie did not go to the i Capitol Thursday, and aides! said he went directly to the hospital from his Virginia ihome. I : ) It was not disclosed how long i I the Republican leader would re-' imain at the hospital. =^^^fep- Cbapel of Memories A C y I/ {ortuaru r\ >— s r \^> 3 Serving-tilth SYMPATHY, DIGNITY, REVERENCE. 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