Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 12, 1966 · Page 13
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May 12, 1966

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 13

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,H •" Around The State Liquor Laws Made Plank InGOPEIectio Platform ALBUQUERQUE (UPI) — A : call for the end of fair trade ^ liquor laws — but with a pro »• vision to prohibit below -cost sales — was fashioned Tuesday by the Bernalillo County Republican platform committee The liquor plank was the first prepared by the committee for ." presentation to the state Repub- '~ iican convention in Albuquerque ;. last month. The committee said the Dem ; ocratic • controlled Legislature - has repeatedly blocked cleaning up of "the liquor mess." The five provisions of plane are: the — repeal laws. fair trade liquor — prohibit sales of liquor be low cost. — grant any new liquor -licenses to qualified bidders on a highest and best bid basis with the money from the licen ,; ses to go to the state rather than having the licenses granted as political patronage. — Urge a category of tourist licenses reasonably priced that w o u 1 d be outside the normal ;* quota system but non - transfer' rable. — require city and county occupation taxes on liquor dealers to be on a yercentage-of-s ales basis, rather than on a flat fee. The state GOP convention will be June 18 at the University of New Mexico Johnson gymnasium. Methodists Convene LAS CRUCES (UPI)— About !' 400 persons representing 865 c'hurches in the New Mexico Conference of Methodist Churches are expected to attend the - annual Confeifcnce of Methodist £ Churches May 16-19 in Las Cruces. The 865 churches represent a , membership of 365,000. Presid- ;•;. ing at the three-day meeting • will be Bishop W. Angle Smith, bishop of the New Mexico and Oklahoma conferences. Main speaker will be Dr. Robert E. Criss-Cress Play Is Deadly Weapon A letter from Mesa, Ariz.,,jack of spades when he got in ^•oh „««,,. ofionnn reads: " l guess l must be a ! with the kin 8 of diamonds he which offers 262,000 triple . dyed cnump at the card would have - - weekly national television program entitled "The Pastor." BDM Locates In NM ALBUQUERQUE (UPI) Braddock, Dunn and McDonald Inc., of El Paso will open a 1.5 million computer and data processing facility in Albuquerque Friday. The firm, known as BDM, also has the largest privately operated computer system in New Mexico — the Control Data 3400 system, characters of memory and 14 high-speed magnetic tape transports. BDM is engaged in the analysis and evalation of complex aerospace and weapons ,;.vstems and other programs in the sci ence of computing. The firm recently won a $577 000 contract from Sandia Corp. of Albuquerque to provide data processing services in suppor of activities on the Joint Task Force 2 project. Oil Tank Explodes FARMINGTON (UPI) -A gasoline storage tank at the Caribou Oil Co. refinery nine miles from Farmington on U.S. 50 exploded in flames early Wednesday but firemen were able to contain it before the fire spread to nearby tanks. Workmen were flushing hot oil tanks at the refinery and officials believe gasoline vapors were ignited by the heat. The tank, one of a seven-tank battery, blew up about 5:20 am By 5:50 a.m. fire units from Farmington and Kirtland h a c the blaze under control. No injuries were reported. The explosion ripped the top of the tank almost halfway off according to fire officials. Pri mary worry at first were five more tanks filled with gas within 50 feet of the fire and a two away ces of further explosions. Area Men In Service to PFC U. S. ARMY, $ B M A » ¥ (AHTNC) — Danny L. Some, whose wife, Mary, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Boone, live on Route 1, Portales, N. M., was promoted to private first class, April l» r in Germany, wnere te is serving wttn the t) « lied Stjjje* Support Command. MW1(SI CIIH=ICU The 21- year «jid sokflei- a, gust 1988, Me • JACOBY ON BRIDGE Goodrich Jr., pastor of First j tank bat t e rv 250 feet „„„, Methodist Church in Dallas. Dr. Firemen sprayed nearby tanks Goodrich^ is the creator of a 'with water to keep down chan- P1ASECKI SCHOOL OF DANCE PRESENTS IT'S '10th 'ANNUAL SPRING RECITAL 7:30 P.M. FRIDAY MAY 13, 1966 MARSHALL AUDITORIUM NORTH (D) 4 K 10 98 3 ¥ AK10653 4 A 42 12 WEST 4642 4QJ5 T ^"A ^ Q J 8 7 4754; J 4K62 4J109875 4643 SOUTH *A7 ¥942 4QJ1098 + AKQ Both vulnerable West North East Sooth ^ 'IV Pass 2 4 Pass 24 Pass 3V Pass 4V Pass 4NVT. Pass 6V Pass .5 N.T. Pass -6V Dble 6 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lend— 4 J table. Maybe I'm greedy or perhaps I just can't stand prosperity. I sat East and doubled North at six hearts. I was pretty sure that I had two trump tricks and that the enemy had no place to go except down. When South ran out to six no-trump I became very angry at myself but there was nothing I could r* .-^gg do about it except suffer. ' "When dummy showed i with the ace of diamonds I wish* ed I had doubled six no-trump also but South proceeded tt wrap his contract right around my neck. "He discarded the ace of diaj monds on a club at trick tw? and then led his queen of diamonds. I took my king and led the suit back, whereupon he pro ceeded to cash his last club and all his diamonds and to discard down to the blank ace-king of hearts and the King-ten-nine of spades in dummy. I had to go down to five cards also and had to unguard one of the major suits. I blanked my heart hon? ors, whereupon South cashed dummy's ace and king and eventually made his twelfth tricli; with a small heart in his hand, ; know he played the hand beau| tifully. Does his play have a m>ime?" ^ broken up the squeeze. Also, believe it or not, there would have been no defense at all against a six-heart contract. Why don't you readers enjoy yourselves trying to see how North could make six hearts against any defense? If you can't work it out, we will show you tomorrow. Q—The bidding has been: West North East South IV 1 * Pass 1 N.T. Pass 2 N.T. Pass ? You, South, hold: 4K10 VQJ76 «J954 4Q«2 What do you do? A—Bid three no-tramp. West will have to lead up U» you and your queens and Jacks should be worth their weight in cold. On the other hand, no ruaran- tee will to with this bid. TODAY'S QUESTION' Instead of bidding two no- trump, your partner jumps to three spades. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow vmmg a was Iflit (8ht mrek drivtf tt fftt tatlon Company near Ludwt?*- Floyd High School, burg, entered the Amy i« A«* BUYS SALE ttt COLOR BOOK/ and CRAYONS 7 ] JELLY CANDIES PUNCH-MAE wflh 7m* Or«mt« Oft and i««w Semftt). 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