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   Clovis News-Journal (Newspaper) - November 1, 1970, Clovis, New Mexico                                Texas Tech 3 23 21 Air Force 23 Arizona 20 Ohio State 24 H 10 30 Lock Haven 6 Notre Dame 56 T 14 8 21 33 32 31 31 0 State 19 7 45 Texas 6 Stale 32 Indiana 42 object of education is fit a men to perform skill ond magnanimously all the both private and pub of peace and FOXY YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER Enelnnd LTD rrcrntly stnrtlff two clrawwr lox rantwd chnns tn a major Au thorities said thr friehtcned ttW who ran onto to swrvr and brakv to a One injtirrd when hit by a The fox got 42 184 UPI Leased McNaught Features NEW NOVEMBER 1970 62 PAGES TODAY DAILY OR SUNDAY 10C Nixons Whirlwind Tour Sweeps Into Duke City FRQIT S ridod violent political demonstrafew tors as andi He but he IUPI lawmakers who will take Dont get the wrong ideaadvertisements for nightclubs detough stand against the violentabout San Jose what nude shows and gambling s Campaigning on behalf of Republican candidates in the ipence in San Jose was the work stressed the same Ihemeof the violent JTl C rtllVll I It Tl 1 ill i ntes DUI nc declared las he continued his fourstate The President drew a crowd ecould no keep him although at the later about to the Las Vegas Sting around the country tolhe discarded the text and Cente T in hK wav ire intermountain ident also heaped meet the iwithout On his way from the airport 0i Up nonnlr wiinuui i U ng text for the Nixon talked in vivid terms ofjto the center the Presidential campaign for the haters who stoned rolled down the Las Repub candimotorcade in San Calif Vegas Strip when huge signs S Nixon called in but he atten for the election Richard Nixon Final Rites Set For Holies tion on hotel marquees with m ed at 2 Monda Santa Ana Interment will follow at Fair haven Memorial Santaj Curry Voters Facing Choice In 17 Races Curry county voters will have At the registration nepuou decisions to make in 17 contestthere were registered Following are the candldates in New fnrR r ed races Tuesdav in an offyear voters in Curry with races in which Curry county M Nevada and utah Cfh FrJrrtnmgeneral election that has gcner of those listing their voters will cast their baAllots M phoenjx Nixon wag the Freedom campaigning and affiliation as Democratic and n cheered by a crowd of several brought some of the top elect793 going on the books as toy a Democrat Ande son overflowed an pd officials in the nation here Others are wniiam National Guard In Peoples b he Presideni II S Ronrpspntative Harold n u the Pres scorn on antiwar radicals who resort to Those who carry a peace sign in one hand and a bomb or a brick in the other are the super hypocrites of our Nixon said at an Albuquerque In Nixon denounced the thugs and hoodlums and called for election of congressional candl dates who would endorse a hardline toward The President repeated the theme as he jetted aboard Air Force One on a one day tour on behalf of Republi ONE INJURED Clovis Patrolman Gilbert Beene checks over this 1964 model auto which was involved in a traffic accident in the 1000 block of East Grand about Satur The driver of the Bicente 216 suffered head lacerations when the car collid ed with a parked auto belonging to Wandel 811 Gal legos was treated at the emergency room of Memorial Hospital and Investigating officers said the parked car was knocked about 21ft feet by the No citations had been issued Saturday night pending further Staff Photojt to stump tor party publisher of the News a Freedom Sat urday to attend funeral servic parties or The total is an ini of 904 over the total number of voters registered in the county for the June 2 pri1 Governor Considerable cloudiness j Governor and Continued j Robert Mondragon Petei Terrorists of Domcnicj and Joseph and Lieutenant spoke to a crowd which filled a high school auditorium to a capacity and by loud speaker to hundreds more Bruce King and gathered Change for few periods of light rain light today low the far ion year 1966 brougm skecn one less than voters if Alejandro jAinqt Domenici and Joseph would like to Sedillo and prevent him from touring the PO John country to meet ine But Last Amendments Viewed Salazar and Kenneth he insisted This President is Independent New Mexinot going to be cooped up in the White Nixon motorcaded to the high Secretary of State Betty the last in a series ol articles jsistancc for post on the proposed New Mexico students at educational constitutional amendments which will bf voted on during the general election Amendment 7 would changes In addon to Garcia Countdown Nears For New Mexico Hopefuls UPI The 1970 New Mexico politi cal campaign entered its final 48 hours Sunday with predic tions ofJ turnout of vot ers next Tuesday to decide con trol of the slate house and rep resentation in the House and The election results also will indicate the feeling of New Mexicans toward policies of the the the tions under the exclusive trol of the statr ment would not allow loans toarticle and rewrites it in clear students in nonstate more modern State Auditor Frank cd amend the New Mexico constii At the tution to allow the establishment ol student loan programs by the The amendment would present prohibits student higher constitution loans f o r Major changes include Amendment 8 Amendment 8 would re A clause that taxes shall be equal and uniform upon sub State Treasurer Jesse Kornegay Lawrence Blaine Strike Facing Government Order Alfredo Martinez DETROIT UPI United lAuto Workers and General t Attorney General David Motors bargainers met under a jects of taxation of the same L Wackour again dass would be omitted and a R d faced possible enamem wuuiu idium j t man idtcu nun constitutional reslricipeal Article 8 of the present provision substituted to allosv Commissioncr of Lands ment intervention if there is no different methods to be used j Gcorgc movement to settle the strike for valuing different types of w Beacn Ventura Chavez which has idled some Suit Arises From Alleged Springer Beating ROSWELL UPI The grandmother and guar dian of a boy who spent a month at the fepnnger Boys School Eagle Nest forestry camp has filed a suit here alleging the youth was subject ed to brutal beatings during his stayThe suit said the boy was in the Eagle Nest camp from 10 Sept 10 and claimed the youth suffered punish ment that included brutal beating by hand and ax handles beyond the meth ods necessary for South Viet President Rejects Reds UPI President Nguyen Van Thieu of South Vietnam rejected any form of coalition government with the Viet Cong Saturday but of fered to enter secret negotiations with the Com munists to end the In a state of the nation ad dress to a joint session of congress on the eve of the third anniversary of his Thieu also predicted victory in the war and total pacifica tion of the country within three Beirut Strict On Sympathizers By United Press International A Beirut report said Saturday Cairo security of ficials have placed a strict watch on rightwing lead ers in Egypt following emergence of a popular de sire for better relations with the United It said one prominent Zakaria was believed to be under house NM Highway Deaths Rise To 454 By United Press International A 24yearold Las Cruces man and two Albuquer que men died Saturday in separate auto State Police identified the victims as Leland George Hicker Las Cruces and Jimmy and Albert both of The three deaths bring New Mexicos traffic fatalities to 454 compared with 458 a year This would give a con stitutional basis for the long standing practice of using u ferent valuation methods f o r Bradley agricultural and utili ty property which is not sus workers State Corporation Commission since Floyd Cross Russell Curtis head of the Federal Mediation and Concilia Adelicio Moya But Counts said if negotia tions do not move and there is lack of communications be tween the parties and if there are items that require the attention of we will While the union and company would not discuss any or lack of in the special subcommittees setup to probe Nixon backed strongly during the campaign by Republican Manuel Lujan and Ed 3Bhe gubernatorial race be ireen Democrat Bruce King and Republican Pete Domenici appeared the former Albuquerque city com mission said his chances were boosted by Nix ons visit to Albuquerque Satur Joseph first elected to the Sen ate In said he expected to defeat GOP opponent Anderson Carter of Lovington by Carter said the results andsome types of commercial state legislature would set the percentage of value as sessment ratio to which the tax rates would be applied by all taxing and the pre sent constitutional limitations within the 0 mills would be de present property tax ex emptions would be subject to repeal only bv a three fifths vote of e a c h See LAST on Page 4 Suprerne Court Justice tion Service said he hoped the weekend sessions all the ceptible to the market value j Donnan Stepwould be productive and could approach used for John Watsonresult in the necessary move EightYear Position One LaFel Oman Thomas McKenna EightYear Position See VOTERS on Page 4 NEWSJOURNAL READERS Should you miss your paper please call 763 3431 between and daily and Sundays and a copy will be deliv ment toward an agreement on a new national If this progress We the FMCS will be into it Counts said Friday after the UAW and GM announced they were imposing the news the traditional sign both sides were beginning serious talks toward a Neither the union nor compa report three more local agree ments of them at assembly for the federal and traditionally have rebuffed any government to intervene in negotia ny asked assistance effort i outstanding they were years as House Speaker and president of the Constitutional Convention In Domenici said he would provide leader ship the state has lacked dur ing the terms of would to a on undecided national able to large de voters in Bernalillo the states King was making his third bid to become He withdrew from the race in 1966 in favor of the late Lusk in he was defeated in the primary by Fabian Cha Clovis Halloween Relatively Quiet The ghosts and witch es made their annual trek gathering treats at city haunts through Clovis Saturday Most of the ghastly beings had vanished from the streets by 10 and city po lice reported a relatively quiet Only a few incidents of mis chief were ficials said most of the spaais stuck to trick or Police did report that shot was fired at a resider the 500 block of Thornton The bid let went through a window at vez jr the home of Frank 504 Details on the shoot King said he based his cam1 jng were sketchy late Saturday paign on his ability to work and no suspects had been with the legislature after six ly tied in with the Clovis School Taxes Above Levy Of 196 The 1970 taxes on property located in Curry County will be on a total assessed valuation of Of the amount to be col the state will receive The county will re ceive the There are four reasons in Melrose and this according to Grady will get First is a state and c levy increase of 80 cents The taxpayers in the Clovisper assessed valu school district will p a y and 36 cents increase for NM Newspaper Sued i irt ALBUQUERQUE UPI A defamation and libel suit has been filed against the Albuquerque Journal and Joseph by the Liberty Lobby of Wash The filed in district court alleged the New Mexicos only morning newspa carried a statement in its 9 edition that quoted Mon toya as saying United Congres sional Appeal is a known front for Liberty run by Willis who uses Nazi type ideology as his guiding The suit said the statement was libelous and The Journal the statement with actual malice and in reckless disregard for the campaigning for re election in the northern part of the said in all my years of political I have always told the truth to the He called the suit an attempt to discredit him by his GOP op ponent Anderson A spokesman for the Liberty Lobby also said the organisa tion warned 14 New Mexico newspapers by telegram not to include a magazine in Sunday editions that promoted the cnndidacy of Democratic c n son in We under stand candidate Harold Runnels intends to have your paper car ry an eightpage campaign in Our information is that the insert is regarding this institution the Liberty Lob Since you have not con tacted us for distribution of the inserts by your people Gallup the will add the element of malice Dailv Beacon the HobbslYou are warned that to the insert or gressional candidate Harold The with Runnels on the was sent to the Ala mogordo Daily the Arte sia Daily the Carlsbad the Clovis News Journal the Deming the Farmington Daily Times the Farmington Daily the Indeendent the for the communi y It has been mentioned that he taxes in the Clovis School district will increase approxi mately per cent over the according to Billy Da y Portales News such adverting con isuiiji taininer tkoca nr similar nthoi The Roswell Daily Record the Silver City Daily Press and the Las Cruces Sun The telegram from Rjchard taining these or similar other remarks will bring prompt A spokesman for the Sun See MONTOYA on 4 community The fact bonds must fttefl that the be carried months rather than the originally quoted to cials has resulted in the lance of the See TAX OB ABBV 4447 CLOVIS IN COMICS Ji CROSSWORD 18 DEATHS 4 M ENTERTAINMENT U4 FAJRM NEWS HOROSCOPE 15 NOTES 41 PUBLIC RECORD SCHOOL NEWS SOCIETY TV WJQ BEFORE VO you under stwMl wl itaiftfer ifl fJM tto HP See Todays NJ For Dollar Bar m   

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