Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 15, 1966 · Page 9
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May 15, 1966

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 9

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SANTA FE (UPI) - Aft estimated $15.141 million in taxes was collected by the New Mexico Revenue Bureau during the month of April this year. This is an increase of almost State Tax Income Gains Over 1965 lo pet cent over the $13.788 mil lion collected during the same period in 1965. Revenue Bureau figures show the largest increase was in income lax which rose 23 per tent, the largest drop wat tt Anytime on Sundays, phone anywhere in the U.S.* for $ 1.00 or less. Indian Lake Hearing Set Wednesday WASHINGTON (UPI)-A hear- ng on a bill to return Blue to the Taos Indians has postponed until Wednes Phone early. Get the news from friends and family...share the joy of Hearing familiar voices. (No need to wait till eight.) Mountain States Telephone •Three minutes, station-to-station, except Alaska and Hawaii. accession taxi per cent. which declined Tht 25 Years Nat . Ago 18, 1941 een day. The hearing on the bill, sponsored by Sen. Clinton P. Anderson, D-N'.M., was to be held to- ley before the Senate Interior ommittee. Delay of the hearing was caused by the necessity of witness Sec. of Interior Stewart Jdall to be out of Washington today. A group of Taos Indians in Washington to testify in support of the bill will remain un- 11 Wednesday. Col. Barlow Winston, construction qtmrtermMtef stationed at Port Bliss, Texas, will arWe In Clevis this weekend or early next week for Inspection of pe^We ailts for location of an army cantonment handling 30,000 aol« diets. About 85 sections of land will be require*! and utility services, water and other facilities are of primary impor- 6 Through Senator Carl A. Match, efforts have been con' tinued since early February by the Chamber of Commerce to have Col. Winston include Clovls in his inspections, although no definite sites have been located. Through the state planning board Mayor E. E. Kraus has been advised of Col. Winston's coming visit. A. E. Hunt drove to Causey Tuesday evening and made tt . . y a talk before the nine students of the grade school who are being promoted to the high school. The regular high school graduating exercises are being held at the Causey school this evening. . . About 20 men of Portales have organized a roping Club and expect to spend some of their vacation hours this summer in that very pleasant sport. Lacy Armstrong is the president of the organization and Chester Hobbs is secretary - treasurer, Codtt WkHM.dd A Gloria cadet al New Mexico Military Institute at Ros*ell flm Divfeuwi tnatet in _ State IttittflifiinUt Soto sftd Eft- semble ConleM held at the Uni versify of Ptew Mexico ftetftuy Artie Oiitett, sen o* •Ttrfgft and Mrs. Arthur H. G«rf«tt of 4W Wains, got a medal tot W* horn soib. Joel Wallace, son of Mf. and Mrs. A. Waywj Wai* lace of 2900 Axtell, was the piano accompanist for tee soloists. Qarrett had qualified previously at the district level at ENMU in February. Me was among nine Cadets winning F i r s i Division medals. Traffic Statistics Traffic Accidents WITHIN CLOVIS CITY Lt3ttTS in 1965 ......................... Area Drivers Lose License Several area drivers have had their licenses revokes. Those revoked from Curry County include Dean McCary of Broadview and Tommy Gump- ton, Robert Garrett, Abel Her nandez, William C. Ketchersid and Samuel Montoya, all of Clovis. From Roosevelt County are Altha F. Berry, Suse Charlie, Refugio Herrera, Nell March, Claiborne Shafer, Edwin Glenn and Jerry H. Bryant. Traffic Fatalities In 1D8Q Traffic Fatalities In 19<VS Traffic Accidents In 1960 Persons Injured In 19(15 Persons Injured In 1906 Accident* Last Week rrafflo Fatalities Last Week Injured Last Fabric Clearance .ii SPECIAL WAREHOUSE CLOSEOUT! Penney's Own Fashion Corner Zontrel and Cotton Iroodcloth , beautiful colors. Zontrel polynotic rayon and cotton. Machine woih, littJ«Tir«A. buy, hyrry! NOW! 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