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Lawton Constitution And Morning Press, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1973, Lawton, Oklahoma Cochise County's Major Daily Newspaper Serving Prieta Bishee Sulphur Springs Valley Friday August 10, 1973 Vol. 71 No. 97 10 Cents 8 Pages oard Supervisors A a on budget The Cochise County of Supervisors delayed adoption of new budget to Monday and will set a new rate on Aug. 20. The continuance was made by a delay from the stale tax assessor's office in releasing the correct property evaluations for I he county on which the tax rate is According to County Clerk Madeline tentative evaluation was given two weeks ago when the budget was tentatively approved by the Sim the estimate may change If the Tward had adopted the tentative budget of it would have had to set the new tax rate The ed on the incorrect evaluations would have been per of assessed The Board of Supervisors were asked to consider the con- struction of new county roads in the Sierra Vista area to be used as bus Sierra Vista School Superintendent Luther Flick asked for the He suggested the roads be built in the Charleston Road Funds have been approved for the extension of Road from Hwy. 90 north to Charleston County Engineer Clarence Lint said Construction would begin on Road extension as soon as additional funds and power were The county engineer said the county only budgets Cochise County Hospital receives accreditation The Board ol Commissioners of the Joint Commission on of Hospitals has notified County Hospital Association that the Cochise County Hospital has been granted accreditation status for a period of I ivo The ting of accreditation for two years represents the maximum period of accreditation from an in-depth survey of the facility conducted by survey personnel assigned by the Joint The survey of Cochise County Hospital was conducted on May 16 and 17. In his notification letter ad- to Gerald ad- ministrator of Cochise County Dr. John D. director of 1he Joint L Police find 21 bodies Tom Taylor Claude Walker Joe Frolic Local FFA students win state awards night program of Ilie State on University Kadi a and a SI check ironi tional Farmers American A ward in David and Soil Waier Kfl Gilbert all Clay Claude received a lor a b r o n e Medal tor in Degrees were given 10 i Tern Walker from the local the Year in will be H. Miller Jr area Jarmer anti r. dm FFA ai lite uf A. award ii made annually by over business ni n and other fif the FKA holding ihe S I a I t- K I i Ja was the winner of the Arizona Agricultural He was a check by manager of ni unit y Relations during the awards program Thursday Another FFA was given a 225 amp. A.C. ile was first place ner in welding contest by ihe Dye Oxygen Co. He constructed a trailer valued at Bisbee council budget The Bishee Cily Council the Imal midget day evening heard from John and Mrs. asked fibout of the budget sudi as ire id cenl raise stating that it per cent more year and that the Kire menl was up 25 This i.e was received no raises and not all departments The raised the San residents have been taxed on sewers ii lo exempt from the was told would be a 10 per cenl direct levied on lor this year but will receive a 25 uer tent decrease on properly taxes next 01: the amount properly lie told Ihe Council what he done about legal procedure to Ihe San Jose lie said that Hie people tiie on the cost of the whole project and the lo each properly San Jose had been un it for U received assurance that Ihe money received on this slill tic also wauled lo know if Ihe money would slay impounded lill all told him that Ihe people would receive a letter on the siwer prior Jo a mentioned ihe and quoted a tee from New seuer project was al Tne council will lake it one on of under on lowering Mrs. Brockbank Ihe lee and said be could iold him 1'iey gone to and would draw up an and menl on lee lo be given to receive Irom Ihe the Council federal lor Alason asked Ihe City Council si if ihe in tne In his On ibis and by Richard Mrs. Ine III per kr Ponce ne a he care Clevis ol by Ihe Salas told her thai there was one man who d ilit un A oi a ho approve Lie across lur and Kiro Bandh asked about the A ol sales tax mi ion was approved bv the answered saying lhat 1( and J the stale would in Ine program and that the ec a ci v sa os tax and hen s it was re urn In the the lull Bane hi i tne v I be slale could make Council had received anv audits on s boaks il tion lists lor lold nini as lo they bad received eight erroneous lists and did nol have a cured Tb As provided by the Douglas Fire Highest yesterday 95 Highest year ago 87 High record this date Kill Low yesterday H Low year ago Low record tins date GO Yesterday's precipitation 10.43 Precipitation a year ago 5.59 Tomorrow's sunrise Tomorrow's sunset Partly cloudy today and turday with widely scattered afternoon or evening Slightly cooler clays and slight warmer Highs both days 85 lo 95. Overnight lows in the lills and low 70s. Bisbee 89 Douglas 92 116 97 Tucson 95 Sierra No precipitation was reported in Thursday but radar did some showers over flie White tains in the Radar also showed isolated showers in southeast Arizona after midnight this these showers now Thursday was quite m over the entire High tires reported ranged trim fill at Flagstaff to HIS al Today will be mostly sunny cloudiness in the scattered are expected in crn Arizona this and evening with a few showers also lor the tral mountains this afternoon and activity over the will ly increase somewhat With gradual increasing relative daytime will be down some over mosi today at and low tures not be as as the past three Highs today will range from about 80 in thf mountains to near 110 in the southwest Highs on Saturday will range from ilie upper 70s in high mountains to near 105 in ihe southwest Overnight lows will be from in Ihe high mountains to near in lower HOUSTON I API Police lowing leads supplied by a youth who says 27 young men were victims of a procurement ring dug up two more bodies raising the found so far lo 21. The two new graves unearthed near Broaddus in San Augustine County about 130 miles northeast of Two weie found in the same area late lice said all were out to by Elmer Wayne 17. who has admitted taking in slayings and told newsmen today that police would find more bodies buried in the sand dunes neat High a beach town east of Henley said the bodies found day were those of teen-age from the Houston suburb of U the death toll rises as high as Henley it would pass that of the largest mass murder in U.S. history the case in which Juan Corona was convicted of slaying 2.5 farm workers in Yuba The bodies were found in the spring of 1971. is in Explaining to newsmen why he has pointed out the Henley told felt 1 owed to their parents to them know what happened to He did not name newly found victims and de- to answer some saying the answers wore between him and Police said who at said he had killed only Dean 3'x ihe man he cf tiie changed Ins statement Thursday aad told police he and another youth had helped lure young boys lo Corll lor sex that led to and Police said Henley told them that he and David were given lo slO a head for bringing the toys io homosexual ai Pasadena Com- mission wishes to commend vou for maintaining standards deserving of accreditation and for your constant effort to im- prove the quality of patient Please be assured of our interest and of our willingness to be ol all help to The Certificate of is meant to convey the fact that an its governing personnel and its medical staff have ed together to seek and have demonstrated con- with developed and nationally plied The certificate be a mailer pride to lite hospital's personnel and of reassurance to its The purposes of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of have remained in its fundamental guidelines since its in- corporation in 1952, are lo operational for health care facilities and In conduct survey and programs that will encourage health care personnel lo promote high quality of to apply certain basic physical plant and and In maintain the essential services in the through coordinated of organised staffs and tbe governing bodies of Die staled that County Hospital became ac credited for ilie lime in its long history in that time numerous physical and organizational changes have taken place ai These revisions have enabled the hospital to keep pace with the basic standards acceptable for hospital accreditation ses thai have recently changed snd will continually be sub- ject to change because uf the dynamic complexity of the health care Conley the past few years the staff of County Hospital Assn. lias id diligently to upgrade the quality of care at the The results of these of- appeared to reach a high point the recent In addition lo commending the efforts of the staff of the the hospital association's governing under chairmanship of praise loi their spirited and prudent Cochise County Hospital is presently by Cochise County and is operated by County a non-profit cor- whose unpaid Board of Directors of lending businessmen and doctors and Cochise Douglas Babe Ruth 5-2 on way home after suffering second defeat in tiie Western Regional They lost to Toluca Lake in last David Campas got tlie of iho ball game He doubled ana came in home from second when Raul reached on an In the fifth Douglas again when Gilbert second on sacrifice by Donny and came home on a single by lor had in Hit line up hil by a Tbe Southern California champs scored in the 11 the fourth a a balk and a squeeze In the fifth innins Osborn 1'irsl on an second on a and on a Corpus then doubled in to wild scored runs before he down lo gel out the runner with a io Fred Segovia al second and -o the by getting Jack io ground mil to the pile Hollywood Id rob ihe Douglas of Mexico a n d are un- beaton in the al nas San on San Luis al It of gyme the uf game and the championship game lor the tournament at 1 p.m. boar d tables survey one yd the not levied had been Resolution adoption was real by Vice Mayor were asked lor and of j. The budget was approved by i r ti OH e i (i have on a the already high lie license sidling that from lust Jay Dispatch In meeting of the School James of the uf at the ol pr a in lo survey Douglas High School adolescent attitudes tiie The is inn per cenl federally under i have been received Willcox and in and no in i. a list of questions hi he used on the survey has been sample questions covered the areas of student social hie he around denl sexual student and deni attitudes toward and interests and leal in Ihe i; The school aiay delete any from the and Ibe dies li The be strictly he the local law en- officers will cess ilie After a number of parents taking pail Ihe board to lake the under Hud a in rarly lively in ihe oi I ior High As Ilie policy slates penalties for students having e absences not due to illness or doctor's tl tUKl tiie io allows soino leeway in A special board members Mike and and flay high school iu In accepted ilie bid Sparks tor to lor schools al half will al and bids lor in- will be on is Ihr regular huard ard members il D'ni luw proximately yea Kr toad construction and tenance and that new con- is based on a list of priorities that are as six years in is budgeted for roads in the county this the county engineer and that comes from three classifications of fuel He added Ihe amount budgeted does not in- ciuda federal and state awards fur specific In other matters the Appointed Buell C.H. Caldwell and Small to vacant spots on the Cochise County Agricultural Extension Approved a non-exclusive cable TV franchise to Inc. for three areas in Elfrida and excluding an 18 section purcel in the area because of an incorrect legal description of the Approved the appointment James Self and Benny Scott as new deputies for Cochise County Sheriff's The two men cover areas in and Heard Ihe request of owner of Eye's Rest where are ed several county to increase allotments for in- from a month to a II was tabled until a study of Cochise County Hospital covering indigents and care costs was Set Ihe next regular meeting for the board on Aug. 22. News Digest HOUSTON With bodies of 19 sex perversion slaying already search today for tional graves nf slain agers and voting Police were search near ihe lonn of High Island easi fit here and in the piney woods of Two bodies we unearthed lale Thursday near Lake Sam in tile piney woods The oilier were ai a boal age siall in southwest Police said Elmer 17, has admitted pan in and cl Police who is he ing said ley him ns many as 30 linis may be involved in carnage lAPi eral Judge John J. Sirica had court actions raising solved constitutional issues lore him Bolh ask him President demanding While House and ments i elated in the top Camp as he prepares his said world ilie weekend working on his spouse to Ihe Thai response is expected uf week in form nf a nationally televised and a detailed giving a of leveled and his chers soned conflicting re- ports today as tried lo cate origin of radio from a boy who said his name was lhat his iher collapsed and in- one ihe in the ease was the ab- sence any a named and his were really in no shape than were when wr heard ihe boy's predicament said Stale Police Sgt. A.B. my thai a skip ol a radio is sible several hundred It could be the signal is bouncing If 1'iir
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