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   Gallup Independent, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1950, Gallup, New Mexico                              Give Your Support To The Gallup Chamber of Commerce Membership Campaign Western New Mexicos Daily Newspaper ei ASSOCIATED TOESS OCTOBEH 1050 PUICK 5 CENTS Cathedral Homecoming jjllup at Albuquerque Gallup Football Diy j October 6 NUMBER 235 to on 36 Ninth inning Coieman Hit Beats Phillies jDemocrafs Taunt Opponent sas have always lecn in the oil Dctuocrrxl John Hy JACK YANKEE New j Cjcrry Colcnnns single l left center 1 wo out in the last of Ihc iiinUi y3ve the Mew York Yankees Useir Uiin strnijjjit world series victory today over die hofore Two sccBlch infield singles by Gene Woailling nntl Pliil af ler two were out ict the for Wy Ihe Associated Press nboiu klmlerxarten lirinns collided with charges that politics has been mixed with tho TOP OOP campaigners toured oil business in New Mexicos rapid the southeast corner ol the political campaign visiting Kobbs and The Demo crat candidates look tbc slump in called where the state federation his ticket able administrators and of labor is opening its convention raid is no time to turn our affairs over to kinder gorton pali Miles luM a Carlsbad audience j he is convinced that under the ad Miles HcpuWienn opponent for ministration of public officials who Ihu Edwin Me understand their problems cnu iwcen Richie AsHiun and Mavo into lefi Tom who in Eddie lopat was lifted for ii pinch hiller in received credit for the win over IJuss ihivd Phil Meyer pitched only the ninth in his fiist Aeries appear The nctoiml Firsl Inning rhillies drilled a sfnjjlc into riyht Ashfcnrn Uuirk Jones was Uuowii hy Emus rapped n sharp ruM al Johnson who threw him Firsl Inning Yankees Riz uto walked on four On n bit and run Coieman seui a little to Runner who easily doubled up with n throw to Waitkus at Bcrra walked on a full Knnis in about step CUT he the of undreamed of s j Mechem proposed a anti j welfare program which for the j firsl lime would give the old peo jpie a ecccnt welfare cheik joul Dies runs fop beiiitiri sceouil No no hits Sccwir inning Miillies Cole man scooped up Sislcrs slow and him oitl al Uaniner Hi rlrnrLed the to field Ciolinis fake 1 IIK RAID elimination of 1 unnecessary janitors by the would pay ihe salaries of two physicians who could work lowering our infant mortality now the highest in Ihe Miles issuer a statement last ALHUQUERQLiE in which he refused to take New Mexico pence sijPS m i dispute between the officer md former warden at the freight baard nnd rlatc died He He stale corporation was fe needed further story He aiiccumhed to a hearl con of the dilioji uOiich lind confined dim to Hepublican slate campaign chair is home since man Frwl siid Dunns lout career whicb woM tcy50 Milcs if rtl Gslhip came to an end wcrc of ihe Sanla Fc HRST served dejmiy sheriff in U tits retirement as Al grand nry rtpwl Iwck in clikf of when many staril ing tniihs came to with re spect to ihe Miles ad minis hol i single off Jolmsonr j for a Krioil durmi which he Semimck rificd n past life he was in smh to into Hunncr j Iilc scrvitc heM rcachccl llnrj J1S posiPons as thy nn Jeisheriff city He was as deputy wnrtlen thre tit then whetled wiippeff out al So inhiick moved loieroiid on the Johnson inade nice pickup of HcintirlmimY Iourdoi nn1 threw Iiim No runs hits no errors two Suconcl inning Vnnkces Bauer was an cnsy Jkiutwl moved iinougl man to skictl la Co liot who made Ihe in sho t Johnson struck No runs no hits no none kus ficW to Mnpes in Ashbum canglit lookinj a thiid Jonca lined a sinylc between thin uml short iefl Lnnis was u i pep to No tiiris no hits no ir Jiee NINTH fi al llic ilnle J9J7 sojvuU in lhal until In he wa named hy Governor Dick Dillon md servc4 imti io ihe MOXKV TAUNTEO the candidate for tiot accent rliffcicnl invitations to face ricKll on public issues his GOP The for Jieutennnl ftimnj for their Demociat TUio called the GOP slate and 10 mindcd iiis listeners that Mechoni conpoiiiorvd tixe soculler i ight itiwork hill in Paul t r r i o Alas and Alack Miss Fertility Wont Be Shown SANTA FE Miss Fertilj ty1 comes ouiof the walls of Mexicos xThr hy architect C announced here to h followed a brief telephone t belutren Krugcr Governor Thomas terday icfueed to as n cemo art and left the final deter mincition of the future of the 2 hy 4 foot terra rntla plaque to Krugcr 5VMKOLIC has relief scup lured executed by black boarded 27yearold William Long ley and properly natued shows a nude woman reclining in y Todays decision by Knigor fol lowed n conference in Governoi office yesterday lclwcon FI panel of weiiknowr Fc and a group ol headed the Ucvcren Robert Baptist pastor ani head of he Santa Ke Ministerial Alio tnaIe the firsl ksi the plaques display the annex IIP iilisis hstl contended that the fiood Drown that it vos in ent uid unfit foidisplay 01 SAIM the space which lie iOntroverstnl lias roe n temcnted will be filled hy smother patre executed by Long m not line police department in He charged lhat Miles during his pillions oi chief of terms as involved in Imnd tlic iepartnient on duali of Eddy county when lie chief Ca OCrcdy in Miles WHS involved in at was hoiii in least lli oil ami his family moved New Mexico nnll Most of his life hen h wan a was spent in Comtnunlfy CSiest Moved up of a cormmmiiy chest drive for the 51 3cnr will iftkc evening al the Gtllnp Klks one of committee of sfvaiisorinfj the said cnywide session stnrt 7 lo jer inii sporls fans to lake in oneof the two foot lull jjatncs local U was Pousinn that n hoard of directors might Ijtr elected to heat chest campnigT from nil of Gallons end hnsncM unit Ihnl milhorily would he given for incorporfliion of lie orgnnizilion under slate Flans for the ihoush nnl yet Corked would proixihly follow n threeway Trie money1aisinn would hogin with an annoil for or ndvnnco cantri nfler which cniployci wokng for larger husincsx houses would stskctl to tokc A with woi chilis or tccnapc orders tak ing would hit Gallnptoniajisl on n hlncfe byWork j Id Jilso like to sec the chest jjroup join llic niliotiil orj o lhat tan tike of Ihe wealth of publicity nittl otlioilcnc fils provided hy lic Ttmtiitvc plaits for lie drivf o gel on or rrbotit 15 whit such tlin Gir Nnvnjo ijiow fluid Jor Ihe needy i sharijiJi in ilio I An older prime of the cvcninc mealing will be lo itotrr1 mine the basis on which funds will he divided amonq llie worthy organizations requiring u tl side funds far continuation and ex pansion of heir Olhcrs serving on the romuiittee include Morton Harluw llinly uiid SINCK IDS rtlireincnl years lc tngafeecl in ilu rejl Myer Sees End of the Indian Service 50 Years Away ALBUQUERQUE ami Insufnnrc hnl fail commissioner Dillon My mg health restricted his Couldnt prcdirl yeslwdny wliwi Mason nid i mem the Indian srrvicc may be aMu 10 lier uf ihc Fiatcvnnl Oidcr of yo out ol It mny lisliC only five or hnVndipr I tJcsidrs hia hv is survived uy lake 50 or even 50 Mills ha Mycr He addressed fjovci nors 1 clepuly ciiief of foi and oilier officials from the 13 In fur atomic energy nl iir feme heid puchlos in MPX He sides h ia Iiy is su rvi v t d hy a toward ji nnd two Fmnk Doug md Fred He the uncle of Davis of Funeral serviies will Vc Jjeld Except for the folio Kvngei would onuiicnt on Iiis decision The of ill nnd nrhi will continue as n general policy of Krugcr ami As the contvoversinl usie of of six dirfvient panels de signed nnd executed hy Wijlifim Lminlty fir capiiol office now iindei will be replace Ijy an other Tho over Miss Fer liiSty hend scl tins nncicnl city on its roltectivi nrt for llic hrco Kirfiand Weapons Base Gets New Commander WASHINGTON The nivi farce aimoimccd apiviintiitent i of John Mills its ianmwiirl iiiy totni Kirtlntid foicu The appointment iomo lion to yradt of Country Club Estates to Start j Work in Matter of Days as City Council Approves Plat of land MAKIXKS WITH I10K TROOPS South Koreans oak Kn sonc 55 miles mirlli ut llw SStli parnlltl ami lialfony n Hcit cwnmmucolions In bo llir raMcrn nf lie conummisl Mrmc line in Almvc Simil lie iccurol Uijongbu linked wild Soiilli Ko reans it Kumgoiiir o form n Imltlc Bail wrnllle Ilip fnle ol he liuUc reiiifommeul convoy raveling sonlh from Manchuria anil hy Amrrirnn The airmen wirc crcdilcil nidi ilcMrnjinj or 7 tnick anil biy KIIIIS o the lODuiilclmiK ronmlMiom for 3G FIlAstiic iroiwii I oinci will ixjroured wiiliiu the next days in the oifwina lords nfiptovn Of Cxiido c bid to hrintt his easiside psouJ erly into the The ihc am decided in city ordinance failing for niiv of in tiirce with under vstibttih lot in projcci CO fret by with Pigs Share limelight in Gala Onward to Victory Pep Rally Two pigs shared the limeligiit last were lu hold ighi is more than Gallup and tally in the oarly iift athcdrnl lliyh iludenKs and par hy a sans Hoiked tl the Gal par I of the sell jots ti Onward to Viclory Pep coining in tnp Cerwnonin v As a highlight tt the students from bbtlv DUItlNt THK of lonidus CaUiorlrn vvcrc turned loose on he of sbanln Fc la pressed with Gal High vlli llie prize ir slippery sin irned over lo t a gooJ for tmit A second pig vctis nppronri HuMly after ct hard The e High soliool lo token nu Ls at Al of th Naomi i i Music hy e criptnins of Caihedrnl Pan also ns i I roJlcMviiij fjridiion OTKEK FKSflVlTllvS duriiiR Use Mirlong incliulett singing to Hit operation Inrlimucse Indii i islMhlishuiR a dry licit iis in hcljt ohry their tiew prnhi jiouiitOfl ivt wine or 1 shofs li estalilishrd within Uiisly given them nidy lie thnv kilointteis of Jlombnyjof scats in citj and country conn Coi Shops while ihc vulc iHnjoriiy Imvt lo dnse or nmve hern with Oi il e Mute liquor Tiit advocnlr does ivat mrau liquidrilton of Itidinn Mycr The yovcrnrnen mils that Indian latuls arc in of thp nXVISH ItJOHTJSTS WIX HCUSINK1 Nearly cnni plrtc inures from Finlands povcrmiienl today lie ripht unl center lite tnajori ty of Ihc totil vote Prelim inn ey figures of two ilium nrcicslro Tlu Sl lation of Ilic field ami tlic IctlcJ arrivc r Mid C railroml mass ihi niousler floals wrlrny1ms wllh Clllllc ni Die ilownfnll of Allnutucrqiiclvcru I1ntl inrl Michaels icanw sltls ow nxonslcr dance KtJ by Ihc to He ird Biinfei Mills dis comxm ix KOJIKA wwu fire MKc n across Hie noAry for a smokt nniiii he wrcckrttcc of Korciin prcsumahly The JcntliLr nvcks nvrvin lie inlilsi nf a niuniip ul Knrinii ttvils tn llic Jliolo ly NKA IACODAS HIDDKV DANGKOK Workers n ruined urn rm Jiiec wot i The wore ns lrroiijul ns ones Tile helicvLtl lo have been ly were cmoved lo the government Fine niuniciiwl Tn llic iorl nenenil McColhun Bears arc irhnluteil lo tlicir rmetl Ihc rally n rally lonighl nt Iv nntl hinlucl Ilial lie affulr for u will lejngM IJG put on an inmml fliy wilh the j e Mid the success of Ihc even Hireling ill i ifi was direct result of full al frotn he tawna otlrj All nluiniii anil fotiner i Ihc Inrliim school luvs licen The Gallup Tigers were Mied o lie ncd lo leave for Albuquerque al Ion festivities which noon anil i Iius was ininntc in rtment Bats 3 for 3 in 24Hour Period Jlnar eitilor The Iii ml fin dcpnrljniiil hnl led lirec fir Mirrc in pulihy oiil T trio of burns during Ihc pnst two Th rail iuimnl llir cmnKy CdurOinisc yLvstcriliiy nmrnutj at ilrrvscr lirhtiut llurtninty ftlfirc began Mmitildmng and ifllik tud lilllr wnler Ycslcnlny nficniiiiii n rir ruil h an nilo lifiirr lipdlrr enl in i far al WcM Ma Inncy hrdvrrn Mnlli and A ins joh ty K did he ftjrs ihiil Slatn hank up hi sinuhr this rnorniiijt wcrc csagircr The Tire was fif the rnsli proving ronhlnt in volve Ihc hank nml orcurnd hrhinil the welllirrlcd ilhl ihclr n slial o leave nl Several Inimlrtd ihe My CnMnp pnrfisAtis expcctii lojiiiif will he olicnd he Queen during ihe Tlic Ccillicdral Tuii of ihe ro oti of Ihc proj of exist JUinttin Ford r in of foif in Gailup loifny thru wcuM nk KKUAKIl inter nf soil w ylc Crucc Saturday rn i drilny It NKtt and mid 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suhcominittti of the Vavajo irilwit Hilly rnwnpoini council lucnilnr Joe actnt forest John txlenwon Tiic net ion WAS iiikcj following iit tiiu lasl i session rlnriny liie suh uis 1criente j 3 nttcut lc icv i stuidy sv the Ucntiti fvr W a n n vxlw lie of moving slicvp in iirins drouiiht nnd o winter frcijiit wouhl amount ID It fcJt al lie iiiiu that As yon tiiUs quikex could he tnovcd into thr wlirat hclt lie n would who htid never liuron il rosLsfor the and journeycril Sanlfl iiscovcrird tare of different in tie when NEPH Woek Picks Up Momentum Hero icpott llu lln o As a refill of the Gor man upon his iJial fiyuros prosontcd lo thn conn Umrouxlt H for c wcrc very nearly Gor Voiirs for limit anil min snidsheep cbuhl lie fed for 51 a month and tlint in with Ihe if Ji may well t prrotdcnt vvhkli will x ii Only fear oxpicwed hy tin In was many oM Smokey nnd other incidentals bring tlic total o nt hetimers uould he lo llieii1 flock gnaw fir from hunic adcn One ohservnllon I for a pcriut of 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