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   Clovis News-Journal (Newspaper) - August 5, 1970, Clovis, New Mexico                                fvi Ikfllf ftp nny YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER to nt ffk ttcr ft ft nrf Vit frying to find mt why ft mfc 42 lit NCW AUGUST IfTt ttMliOTODAf DAILY Oft SITNDAf lie Threaten Texas Wake Of Hurricane RAID HAUL Pills and alleged marijuana were netted in a raid here this A firearm also was confiscated in the See story Staff Photo ipoi iul Ruled 3 Seized n In Dope By Army Raid Here Celia Leaves 10 Dead ON MAHSOH COMMENT President 4GoofecT By UfritH Prm IntcrMttmat Thc president later free press foists on trying Newpapers consider Presclarified his statement to tell it like it Even when a ident Nixons remarks about emphasize he believed in the president Charles Manson a good but aiinnocence of any accused Thc Detroit Free Pies serious Iperson until he is proved Nixon simply In the president The Constitution It is The magging point about the CORPUS gjmpjy Hes huworth saying once again that presidents faux is remains of the Atlanta Constitution the president still doesnt seem the fear that it may reflect an cane which at its MM flj jyjxons statement in to grasp the role of the press in underlying attitude that is even devastated scores of towns Denver that Manson was j a free He wants thc more worrisome than this or of eight press to tell it his But a particular His failure t J J 11 t i t t J too add no danger either to human life The arrest of a married cou WASHINGTON lPI Top burial at Army officials said today that Army Undersecretary Fabius or the deterioration of some deadly Beal told Senate subcomi We do not feel it will make nerve gas may aJrcady have mittee on oceanography the the sea Beal rent bed the danger point and Army must go ahead with its This is the most effective way thus there is no alternative but plan to dispose of the 418 units to detoxify this to ship it across the South for of the gas Fearing danger should any The codenamed leakage the mayor of Lion is Ronnie begin next withthreatened to barricade the the sealed tanks of gas to berailroad tracks so thc train isunk in feet of water bearing the gas could not pass some 250 miles out in the i said We from the gulfg coast to the Mexican today dumped heavy rains and threatened flash flooding in fsr west 700 miles from the packing winds miles an churned from of Mexico and cut 250 jnc arrest ot a married coutnc Gulf Of Mexico and cut 280 pie early this morning on chargmjjes through Texas es of illegal possession of over 10 demolishing and causing CAFB Reports On Airport The Clovis Boaro of Civil Avbeen great public He said every matchboxes iation CAB met Tuesday the disposal saidjsafety precaution has tentatively Identified as Ming and heard various reports the procedure had been planned taken to insure there be noi including comments from the that the 1IIVS VClMiJIilg T t day on the Police at i u i reported today man was Michael Stephen ielcctrocutcd in his back and his Debbie 2 Men Bound Over To District Court Edward of FarweHJtn connection with the knifing faced preliminary Johnny 320 Tuesday and was bound over for on July Heads reportedly the Celia turned i conceding there had dont think there is going to be the Officers reportedly confiscat ed ten lids and three or four I matchboxes of a subtance which hit land but hurricane Rains of two Inches were T1111 throughout sparsely thi Municipal Airport project engi mrr and city attorney Harry Present for the meeting was chairman Jark mem bers Bud Bob Lynn Abshcre and Dr Carl Also present ano Jhe f6 and Sargent Clovis Municii wtiuki pooeiUvtai to j fr j l EJ r SS ash RFK Shriver Boy Seized In Dope Raid Bend country of Streams were running and under but roads there pills and sawedotf shotgun also were Police said the pairs arrest ted to the arrest of David Beauj I 414 later in the Beaulieu was apprej w fended at a gun shop on coast and corpus Seventh and charged HYANNIS Kennedy a cluster of i Ral possession of more than one destructicm that cottaScs Nan ounce of Smith called Celia the tucket from Magncss couple was nrmost disastrous storm to hit routine traffic by iccurityj rajgnerf this m0rninc before fhe Texas gulf coast in modern son ot the former j guards who divert tourists and Magjstrate Val Baumgart ambassador to were scl at The two Virtually every community In were being held in thc Currythe path of the storm when H County Jail in lieu of j was at its peak was demo Bond for Beaulieu was set at lished hit He was to be arraignedweres opened the meet J1 wcre openea ine men trrestej Tuesday night in drug i airi CDICTI ing with discussion of a al for renewal of the contract i discJosed two boys were among 17 with the fixedbase by iocai Fixed operations m Hyannis port which concern i according to authoriative sour ces maintenance and service with pilot instruction and basic hc airport The proposed j renewal contract wtll be lg and presented again in complete form by said involved the youths 4 Of lldy Sextuplets Die 2 OK would have only partly taken the curse off his remarks suggests that he may think of the presumption of innocence as more a technicality than anything the Free Press trial in District Court on an op en charge of Eafon is charged in the death of William McKinfcy M who was shot twice at close range with a shotgun on July The shooting reportedly occur red after Eafon and Rose had an argument over money alleg edly owed to Eafon New York view that the stab was a victim of murphys anything can go suffered multiple Chappell remained in the wiil II said lhc ry County Jail today in lieu of wolId have averted all Eata is free under ensuing Magistrate Massey withheld But the New York Times said decisions on five men charged Nixons entire remarks on with marijuana violations pendcrime made scant contribution ing the receipt of laboratory re to the elucidation of any serious ports from the Federal Narcoj tics He approaches the discus Decisions were withheld on sionpf most public Corktss the sensitivity to tha Batons hearing was one artd Paul Kendrick nuanches of language and the several preliminary hearings j and Gordon Auhabitual caution of an exper held before Magistrate Wandel Massey Tuesday and Morris 300 Upsi was bound over to District Court on a charge of aggravat ed Chappell is charged gust Noyes both of Van i fenced but rather with The trio was appre the breezy metaphors and bended in Hilicrest Park here on attentiongetting if inexact ana July 23 and charged with posses logics of the The and sale of Times About worth of a sub Romncy Maintains Small Lead nisvub wwi in stance tentatively identified as marijuana was found in the groups possession at the time of their The three were still being held in jail today in By hteraattonal Eastern Plains to this afternoon before Magistrate Corpus Wandel Cloudy lieu of bond night and Scattered A decision also was withheld showers and thunderstorms in on Guy Steven and creasing tonight and Wayne both of No large tcmoerturc ly uanea press imeraaaonai j Ash di o the Tucumcari Clovis Lenore wife of and Simmons Arlesia President Nixon s housing sewere chargcd with possession of A 24 hour check of temper contract win oe lg te arraigned ROME of me and presented again in jn district Those isextuplets born three months i w miplete form by younger are to appear to a previously iNarcc Bob engineer for the day in juveniie session of childless Italian housewife died identi irrcnt construction at rt current construction at muncithe rourt pal furnished a report Undcr state Police said the s marijuana seized in the raid sent to the Federal Bureau for positive1 today wjthin J2 hours of juvenile j Doctors said there was ncr sae that runway construction hascourt are privijyttie chance the two surviving been completed and approved Massachusetts law states wouid by himself arid Federal Ayiajtnat persons under 18 are Thc mother was reported In lion Agency Conconsidered to condition struction the new runway i Young Kennedy is the second lighting system at thc airport is oldesi son of Robert Mrs Antonio expected to be complete within DN who was1 gave birlh to tnrce hovs ancl thc iwxt or 10 assassinated in while j three Italys first sextu presented a campaigning for the in a 35minute span to the CAB covering the service Cy j Tuesday She had been potential for the airport1 shriver is the son of treated with a fertility drug from surrounding Scott Sargent who resigned after II childless years of made a survey of RooseearUer this year marriage to a Partner and Bailey ambassador to France and is laborer INSIDE TODAY With plcte injured 1 of about dead State Major minor damage to were cnargea wnn n ChristlFour ge marijuana under one ounce fol lures from Southern Union cnrtsti jthe Republican n rajd of thcir Company showcd the following ttimlnl I o rjn iome on July The pair were fi oound over to District Court on 10 75 10 Ti 1 a charge of contributing to the 2 81 2 68 Both men remained in jail 83 Todays low at for the every buiding in Almost A computer breakdown de no drinking Bathing layed the count in downtown prohibited ty law A n Hubers surprisingly strong MalhisOne Damage scrjous doubt on Mon 8 hnes of in lieu of bond 62 degrees cent of the Romneys chances of than 20 cent unseating Democratic Phi ABRY residences and 50 pet cent Hart lip Hart in Hart was unopposed for renomina BKllXiE 5 business 11 j tMtiton to the nine CLOVIS IN persOns killed as a direct result numucya COMICS Of the three others was governor died Of ncart attacks in Corpus Michigan for three terms A rmC Romneys of died ol heart attacKs in corpus Michigan tor inree icnus and laweek Chrisi during Mondays now is the secretary of the EDITOIUAL Department of Housing and Win preparing the Umpaigmng around the counj Q d dicd The board also learned that t m suport of Democratic is after 4 h The Poiltral a UUI a outi Trans Central a muter service still has plans to begin service out of municipal When conta cted in Monday by city Ed Trans Central said that his firm will hopefully be gin service The boys were staying their families homes in the three hours after The deaths of another boy and girl at were announced at midmorn HOROSCOPE HOSPITAL NOTES MARKETS 13 PUBLIC II SOCIETY 1 SPORTS I clerk Billie Joe Tennill ofi Just about everything was demolished ctomnrs ANXIITY ENDS Elsie Ruth was placed live Family Weathers Celia Mayor Vows To Blockade Gas Train That finally Mrs her mother it reassuruti phonstrail call to her in Clovis The the Clovis NewsJournal this vis bank reported Wl9tuc v came the Cribtey home had sus1 morning that to date her office that her Bill a i Cribtey visiUnitained broken windows and has received no request lives in Corpus cargo PAIMC reMivMTtreeii had been blown down assistance to Corpus was all reduced charge of involuntary saanslaughter in the death of her hua Black Any re was originally with vofewtary of her Trs kasfMtal on of uutot M He al CJovia caat her fawly Mi aurvlvad Hum Tte fonnar mi in a auburfc Carpwa Texas Ifcai was ravaged by Crihky Mi4 I to 4rivf hi auOyiaf law af Ste her son told her nearby homes wars cavUy damaged aome twostory residences had lost antire tap Electrical service waa out and palke were I anWdm iato toe li jstraveot tot Mrs OiWey Mack uimary aar cha Gurry faytfUd to ihas to come from our national Naturally it would take longer than we would We feel quite sure they will ask for she It will probably be in the form of We dont like to take rather we buy it at the place it is jtioratt mayor of Georgias third largest city says he wiil blockade the railroad tracks if to luling an Army deadly nerve was all She stated that she had not Mayor Ronnie Thompson said heart from her brother but had j he plans to equip his talked with her mother who police with gas masks and order them to arrest as many lameu wuii irci iiiwmci WIM quest of that kind for assistance told brother Bilt had only property Another Clovis resident with relatives living in Corpus ti is Ralph His son Jim lives Belfanz repor ted this moraing that his son people as possible on the train to stop the Thompson said ha has in farmed Defense Secretary Mel via Laird and Army Secretary Stanley Resor of his intentions was all right following the hurIB stop tan wMcn will Belfanz said a cousia aaul tka gas fiwn the of his who is also a resident of anMal In Snwy tna stricken coiiunuaity sur for avcaiual Ite alafsi wUfeoui at Mistriol Denied In Manson Cose LOS ANGELES IfPI Superior Court Judge Charles Older today denied a defense motion ior a mistrial in the Tate LaBianca murder case based on President Nixons remarks about the guilt of Charles Stock Market Rally Loses Steam NEW YOHK DIM The inilial carryover from Tuesdays late rally losing in the sec ond hour Prices turned mixed on light vol Advances maintained a lead over 530 to out of the issues across the The Dow Jones average of 30 selected blue chips up earlier dropped back to off Urvquoy Terrorists Free Judge Uruguay tPI Leftwing ter rorists released a judge they had held captive for eight days Tuesday But they kept up their demands today forthe release of all political prison ers in the country in exchange for two other cap an American and a 20 States To Comply On 18Vote WASHINGTON UIM Twenty states have ad vised the Justice Department they will comply with the 18yearold voting rights a govern ment spokesman said Seven refused and 21 others have yet to PDA Seeks limit On WASHINGTON UPI The Food and Drug Ad ministration FDA appealed to doctors and drug manufacturers today to sharply limit use of am phetamines the socalled pep FDA Com missioner Charles Edwards said he would iasue order seeking to limit amphetamine use to treatment ol three U Skaf iMt fMT WASHINGTON UPI The United States and Spain Thursday will sign a new longterm mant on American of air and naval the State Department announced William has strongly   

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