Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 12, 1966 · Page 20
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 20

Clovis, New Mexico
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Thursday, May 12, 1966
Page 20
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Maj 13, 1996 ons Seek Projects 1 ! Sflft, tftlHcMU for IS mfllfon. P. Andcwwt aftd J o s e p n Montoya have Wed state- fits with e Sfefwte ijspfopria* liiit ItfbeoffitttKtee Reading tor New Mexico projects, CochiU prtijecf and the Mwqttfetque diversion ails project The Altwqeefque request for $9.S ftiilltoti, and the Co- cWO for IS million. They also supported requests for the Los testers • Alamogortfo project for $100,000 in precon- structbn funds, and $15 milliot for the Galisteo project. The Los Esteros project consists of an Carthftu dam and modification of the spillway and outlet Works at the existing Ala mogordo dam. News Briefs WASHINGTON (UPf) -The Navy's going to ke«fj its enlisted men in the sailor's traditional white hat, jumper, and belMtottornea trousera—at least for now; A proposal that first and second class petty officers be permitted to wear tmfonni of the type worn by chief petty officers has been turned down. There's wot eftoii^t mm aboard tM|) to stow the fancier gear, and there's not "a persuasive majority" in favor of it, the Na^y contends. QUAKES FELT MOSCOW (UP!) -Tashkent was hit by a series ol earthquakes earty today almost as severe as the tremors which flattened the city's "Old Quarter" two weeks ago, RECORD VOTE MSPfiR, Alt* (DPI) Alabama Democratic Party Chairman Roy Mayhall said Moftday a record 888,837 votes were cast in last Tuesday's primary In which Oov. George Wallace's wife, Lurleen, won the nomination for governor. Kosygin's Egypt Trip Bolsters Investment SCARED UP SOME CHUT IttMINt fKRIMfitillli PRICES GOOD THURSDAY - FRIDAY • SATURDAY • QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I 1 $1.69 Fever THERMOMETER * » t « 4 I 69* Sunbeam* Cordless-Electric TOOTHBRUSH 95 29c Regular Box KLEENEX ****•*••••»• 19' 69c Rexall - Bottle of 100 ft t^j ftfj Aspirin Tablets 3'" I REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU BETTER WE DELIVER PRESCRIPTIONS FREE 7A.M. to 10 P.M. $1.33 • Bottle 100 Anacin Tablets $3.00 Liquid or Tablet 1 $1.00 Tuss FAST PHOTO FINISHING OVf UNITE SOVICE $1.00 Tussy DEODORANTS 50' 79c Dispenser of 5 GILLETTE SUPER BLUE BLADES 40* Reg. 87c FA* SAL-HEPATICA 59* BOX SOAP SALE Tide- Vel- Fob Dreft- Cheer 25 CARNATION MILK NORTHERN TISSUE 4 29 $7.95 Squibb - Bottle 100 Theragran-M VITAMINS $ & MINERALS $3.00 Value- One Daily Dose MULTIPLE VITAMINS BOTTLE OF 100 99 S7.49 Porke. Davis Myadec VITAMINS & MINERALS BOTTLE OF 100 $1,19 Helene Curtis CREME SHAMPOO 98 AT OUR FOUNTAIN JUMBO HAMBURGER AND A THICK MALTED MILK 49. Rayette Aqua-Net HAIR SPRAY 4<jt $2.25 Dona SOLID COLOGNE t Tabu * Ambush * 20 Carat $1.49- 12 oz- Liquid MAALOX e 98c Listerine ANTISEPTIC 14 oz. Bottle $1.59 Carosel STATIONERY 100 Sheets * 50 Envelopes SMITH REXALL DRUG 400 MAIN-Phone 763-5528 The reception accorded by) U.A.R. President Abdel Carnal; Nasser for arriving Soviet | Premier Alexei Kosygin did not ! quite come up to that for Nikitaj S. Khrushchev two years before! but it was impressive, and the visit was timely. It also was apparent that after two years of consolidation following Khrushchev's ouster that the new Kremlin leadership now felt itself ready to move out into broader fields. For this move, it was natural that Kosygin should select lairo. For one thing, the Mideastern sot was bubbling again. For the Russians there might be a chance to reinforce and expand a position first assumed 10 years ago when they moved ,nto the vacuum left by Vasser's seizure of the Suez Canal and the subsequent wa Phil Newsora Pressed by Cairo-trained terrorists and its own desire to reduce its forces east of Suez, Britain already has announced she will abandon her Aden base two years hence. A mutual desire now also is to remove U.S. and British bases in Libya and the British base on Cyprus. Cairo and Moscow join also in seeing a "new imperialist plot" in Saudi Araba's efforts * * W Foreign Commentary | * * * * * * withdrawal of U.S. and British I to form an Islamc grouping aid for Nasser's pet project, the Aswan Dam. Encouraging signs were another period of deteriorating relations between the U.A.R. and the United States, and the clear indication that on the power struggle between the Soviets and the Red Chinese Nasser's sympathies lay with the Soviets. For Nasser, wTiose prestige has been on the wane of late, there was the luster to be gained from a visit toy the with Iran, Turkey, Jordan and Pakistan. In the U.A.R., the Soviets have perhaps their greatest investment outside the Communist bloc. Economically, the Soviet Union has advanced the Nasser regame 900 million in credits. The largest part of this is in the Aswan Dam, comprising about 40 per cent of the total estimated cost of 1.3 billion. The dam, backing up a lake of some 750 square miles, is to Soviet premier plus the hope!provide irrigation for 700,000 that, even if not willing to I acres now only partially extend new loans, the Russians irrigated and to open might at least be willing to another 1,300.000 acres extend or even wipe out some: irrigation for the first time. Aside from this, the Russians have supplied Nasser's army with an estimated $1 billiott worth of modern equipment, including tanks, jet fighters and missiles. The make-up of the Kosygln party, including Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko and the commander-in-chief of the So* viet navy, provides a clue to the importance the Soviets attach to the visit. Cairo dispatches indicate one goal is to secure harbor facilities for Soviet warships, improving their surveillance over the Mediterranean and the. Red sea. *. AMA WARNING JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) -The head of the American Medical Association (AMA) said Monday that Medicare may bring about "some deterioration" of the medical profession because of increased workloads onr doctors. old ones. The first electricity from the Dr. James Z. Appel, of U P; Lancaster, Pa., said that more t° use of medical facilities under the program also will empha- Beyond this was the matter;dam is expected to reach Caro of mutual interests. next year. size the current shortages of nurses in the nation and a lack f of physicians in some areas. 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