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   Gallup Independent, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1968, Gallup, New Mexico                                4H Club Contests Held 5 THE TRUTH WELL TOLD endent The Variable cloutiiHss CH warrrcr tonight IKY Thursday wtih a few showers Jn tht high will be wirh O low Of 3j 63 with a low of NUMBER 110 VOLUME 79 NEW MEXICO 1968 PHONE 505 8636811 Price lOc Navajo Community College Might Open Next Year 2 Persons Die Following Accidents in Gallup Area Two injured in re ccnl traffic accidents in the Gallup have died al Marys A 32yearold Farmington wo man died just before 7 this Independently Yours By ERIC McCROSSEN CBSTV last nighl presented a special program called The Forgotten The program was without doubt the most inaccurate and sloppy piece of reporting we have ever The producers claimed the Navajo was being maltreated by everyone and didnt know what to do about The great progress the tribe has made in recent years was ignored Much of the information the network offered was outdated and questionable at the lime it might have been Tito program did a grave injustice lo the Navajo their tribal government and everyone else who works with the Navajo We were outraged by the pro gram because it so thoroughly ignored Ihe Such a pro gram has a strong tendency to make all news specials 3f that particular network The McKinley County Demo cratic convention will be held Tuesday at at lite coun ty said the meeting will be held in the district court Purpose of Ihe meeting is to select delegates to the stale party convention scheduled June 29 in Santa All registered Democrats are eligible to al lend and should make very ef fort lo do The best way to prevent machine politics is lo become an active part of the machine Tonighl at a meeling to organize a community action committee for Gallups south side will be The meeling is scheduled al the Catholic In dian 506 The meeting is open to anyone who wants lo fight Why does the Department of Game and Fish plan lo trans fer our Fort Wingate buffalo herd lo the southern part of New Mexico According lo Clinton Anderson there is a problem concerning plans to move the herd to Ihe McGregor Firing Range near We suspect the herd is much safer at Fort Wingalc and will have a heller chance to increase its Hie Red Rock Counlry Sage observes that some men find it easier to increase their income than lo hold down family ex morning of injuries received in a onecar accident at Continen tal Divide last Stale Policeman Kddie Castil lo said thc Freda Sanch was a passenger in an auto driven by Carmen also of A hospilal spokesman said about 9 today thai Woods condition is satisfac tory at this She report edly suffered multiple fractures and internal injuries in the Louis died about Tuesday ACTING DIRECTOR of the Gallup Uni versity of New is John He is also assistant director of the division of summer session and com munity services at Registration for classes at the which is ex pected to open here in is currently under Deadline for registration is July Classes are scheduled to begin 16 at tempor ary facilities at Gallup High 7968 Isnt Udull Year For Senate Farmer was injured in anoth er onecar II occurred Saturday night on 606 ap proximately 20 miles north of Stale Policeman Robert Hodges said Farmer told him the accident occurred aboul 10 p A passing motorist notified Navajo police of the wreck al 7 Sunday Hodges said Far mer was found lying beside his Hodges said the south bound car ran off the ran over a guardpost and overturned twice down a 12foot embank landing on its He said Farmer was appar ently thrown from the vehicle on the second Hodges quoted Ihe attending physician as saying Sunday thai Farmer was suffering from cracked ribs and Martin was lo per form an autopsy lo determine if Farmers death resulted from injuries received in thc acci acording lo Slate In the accident in which Sanchez was Castillo said the womens car was west bound on frontage road at Con tinental Divide about 11 when it struck a road sign and Wood lost control of the He said the aulo over lurncd two and onehalf Castillo reporlcd citations are He was assisted in his investigation by Slnle Policeman Charles The injured women were brought lo the hos pilal by Slerling Slar ambu In Ihe only accidcnl reporl by Gallup police within the past 2 a car driven by Ray mond Continental Di struck a fire hydrant on 66 just wesl o the east Patrolman Edward Cousins said Ihe driver left the scene of the accident and did not re porl Cousins said he later locatec I the which had extensiv damage to the right it the Santa Fe depot parking lot He said Yazzie was asleep in Ihe according lo Cousins was cited for reckless drivini and leaving the scene of an ac Many Farms Is Temporary Site W1NIXW indicated Hint a tern Navajo IolVjj1 isjporary or peniumiil honnl of expected tn open Us or1 regents lor the coltyr would lOi sludenS in nml ID In1 formed in Itie near 1 nl Many Fannv anonlim tuinline Nn plans were annoiin inftirnwtion revealed a ceil regarding A ay in medium Inhal cdiiilir riMjoiiK Mould IIP eator ropriMTililivrnl inAnning IhoMuho Ihc ilustiA hold were Irving moduli of Slate chair i person1 liy uf HIP nuolmg Mob Triba Naorl AS professor kai ulm said Ihc nf the rorulnrlnl i study Sarah Ari llmiliniicd nil piijj 1 Alft u IM I flf 1 1 1 J I UICI I A from and n 15vearnld More girl wore booked Into WASiUNGTON APIInterior Secretary Stewart Udall says 1968 isnt the year for him to reenter Arizona politics but I chairman of the cnun The citizens committee which arc interested and we hope we community is lo make recommendations to lean begin interviewing themcnllcc he grant traffic clty Mmlcil concerning a next ac Fire Is Reported j councilmen ohcr Nlllnscvchl along wilh a recommendation jos js ncarly ready lo ihreesites under consider A mlmltT f Wsrr n GalluP firefighters were called for the transfer by Police architects for Iho n1V1 Ho o Kikn ends in o extingujsh a fire in a box Manuel jecl fnr nf the al a said wood bcsidc a slovc a thc said hc on a par lieu lhc door open for a possible Senate race in The term of Paul Fan still too early to speak with any kind of certainty aboul his I do intend to keep strong Buffalo Battle Is Reviewed WASHINGTON AP The Defense Department and per sonnel at Bliss in E are reviewing status of a proposal to move 52 head of buffalo from lo McGregor Range in southern New Clinton D asked the Defense De partment to look into the matter alter negotiations snagged on what Anderson called an Army demand for special hunting per mits on the Edward deputy assistant to Defense Secretary Clark said in a reply to Anderson this week that his office has asked the Army for a complete resume of the mat meeting was o l es talilish lines lit I si lhal a jiiinoi college ran lx established on the reservation as soon as Ahc appeared lo that emphasis should he placed Iho lornineal and vmalwnal skill areas and slioulil mil he overly Ilmrornrd trans ifer simienl wui wants lo jo IMI lo a finiryeii college Nakai Inld the gruup thai inshituimi should fill thc unique I needs of the reservation in jn a car nf vocalnmal Me jn lnn Iho sehnol would play tin m lie lhc of the reserva ion and s anrf mo lie a help in allniclinK sajll shc nwrlwl and Ira w the reservation Apart from Sinis bonked for no registra Hun and the youth for no operators license and run away and Ihe other girl for run Dayton authorities are Ugo al fund the col an impnrlarH aid m of lae Police also reported today that and clothing of thc lolal value of were loilay from a pickup own MURDER SUSPECT Gary Jose is escorted tcTa New Mexico Slate Police cruiser Tuesday afternoon by James OBrein ol tKe King County sheriffs office at Novy PO Baker foccs two f irstdegreb murder charges in connection with Ihc shoo ing deaths of his wile and her Primo al Capcllis residence in Kent April Baker was arrested Monday night on 66 in Gallup by police Frank Gonzales and transferred Tuesday afternoon to Albuquerque for a re turn flight to Liquor License Transfer Granted by City Council Tony Topichs request The Gallup Lions Clubs June II and June 15 was ap over thc Community Culkge will open its under a joint use agree with Ihe Hurcau o Indian Affairs al Many Farms in Jan jiiary The new million high i c T h lrtj complex is scheduled h in The HIA has agreed lo provide j dormitory space ginning to renovc groceries from her vehicle but that they ot into annlhcr pickup and drove ami olhcr needs for nily college on a temporary ba sis al Many The which included Nn vajo Iroin Sllm discussed y h sirahilily of placinj Ihr seiiMl gpparcntlv under Ihe Arizona junior b system or of hiiving Ihe inMIj John tution under the direct control jof Niivaii Thc mi he discussed Sev k rf jn h wcre transfer of location of a dispen sers liquor license from 120 jiiesl for transfer of the liquor I license held by the Manhattan The club fared less well on a Warren lo KM Third was lo Ihe Knighls of Columbus request for transfer of granted Tuesday night by the Hall for rodeo dances Ihe nights Continued on page eight Gallup City who has been ing thc New Piedmont Bar all Ihe Warren Avenue plans a retail liquor store on Third Herb director of Tiie wreck occurred al and water from thc brollie Community Indian ken line inside the hydrant flow ed for approximately Iwo hours before it was repaired by city For Proposed Jail Interview of Architects e Held Next pulling in an outlet j so close lo thc center where rious classes for children are conduucted and said hc also fell it might create a councilmen oher police tin1 reservation lies within three siatis and thai cnntrol hv lhc J Fmaiicia avpccls nf the pro poswl colkije were also discus The1 indicated thai kind purmancnl purt wnulrl kiircdrd for ojnr D Ilic ollcgr A ptomiinji rant iMslcni fnundmiim wishis to ru Commissioners Meet Tonight Itiporls nn Iho McKinley Gcn ral construction pro jess and budgetary transfers ire expected lo be Ihe main which icnl business al the regular mam anonymous monthly meeting of thc MtKin has lieeii received arid funds lcV County Ciimmissioners to from the ileiiiniislralion search division have been A llie Wingate llest to he presented by Gui home of Dave 503Vi at 905 this Ttic fire was apparently caus ed by heal from lhc In Two Primaries ties with 11 Damage was do after I leave the and o keep my Arizona Udall said If I do get back into Ari zona he 1970 would he the logical Some of my friends have ex pressed hope that 1 would get back into politics either now or in Udall said he has had one be an improvmennl and hat aj Police Ciiief Manuel nf they seem lo favor package liquor which fnr lhe BrolPlold pich said would close al 7 ely council night would cause less trouble in Ihe that the committee has heard dormitory Committee week studied momhers I a s 1 a dcsiuii similar neighborhood than a ifrom aboul six arciitccls RFK Scores Wins WASHINGTON AP Two or two interesting offers in victories by Robert Ken last few for jobs after an impressive showing by he leaves the Richard Nixon and the de Thc thing that appeals lo me feat of veteran Frank most at this he highlighted would be to have a Washington five primaries across the na and Arizona law Ive given lhal some Udalls comments came in an interview following the an nouncement by Carl Hay lhal he was going to Hayden endorsed his administrative aide Roy who ran against Fannin in Udall said Elson wilh Haydens would appear to be in the best position to run a strong race I could support him if he is lhc Udall said then he would slay al his post for Ihe resl of Presi dent Johnsons one planned for construction Albuquerque antl Tuesday flew In Las lo sludy a jail said the Las Cruces facility has space for 111 prison ers and was constructed at a cost of lie said on a similar building by cutting down on the use of slccl Heart Transplant Patient is Dead API One s also expected to lie and Ihe formal presentation of the report of the grand jury for McKinley A report and leucr regarding tounly Hoad 23 and tl from County Schools and lied Ruck Transportation Co will also be The meeting will be at of the three men who underwentp nv tonight in the county corn heart transports five room of the court days of each oilier died cinnali City Councilman John all 23 of Washingtons conven Joint city counts jail facdi a former congressman who had labor support and he Ohio Democratic organisation lion voles lies were recommended lv he aniiouncemeii said James eight huurs after unexpected complications Rites Pending For Draper Kennedy defealcd Eu gene McCarthy in Indianas Democratic presidential pri mary and his national conven tion delegate slate beat Vice President Hubert Hum phreys in he District of Colum Republican candidate Nixon was unopposed and got an even bigger Indiana vole lhan in the I960 He carried the state in Ihe I960 general presi dential Lausche was defeated Cin In Tuesdays primary voting got about 42 per cent of the Indiana vote lo about 31 per cent for favorite son can didate Roger Branigin and aboul 27 per cent for Mc But il appeared possible Ken nedy mighl have lo share wilh Branigin some of Indianas Democratic National Conven tion Nixon garnered all 2i Republican convention 21 candidates on Kenne dys delegate slate in the Dis WUI U J ULIJtlllJIllJUUU UV Uli I j i ixii Also in the a COPIMS McKinley County grand llc was Services are pending at Uollie and New York Nelson said at Tuesday nights meeting slate composed of both Nixon iurv and Mayor Fdivard functioned well Mortuary for Army PFC Wil thc complicaTrcd Draper wio was killed lions the announceApril 26 in 8 year old son Frank Action Deferred vas a mcmbcr o lhe Rockefeller supporters easilythai a letter from Ihe city defeated a slate weighted tobe presented al a meeting of ward California RonaldIcounly commissioners tonijhl a favoriteson candi see if thc latter is in a plan Snalc Thc council Tuesday night also State Fair deferred i Gillians Ohio GOP opponent apparently will Fred Tamony as a Tuesday on its annual ttilliam of one lo work with ndvenising who issued a victory toward obtaining James Harbor of of a traffic consultant Grants said he was not reaiK ille was a graduate of Chih Ic High after outdistancing two thirdparty presidential candidate Georgej Wallace apparently won the right lo run on his slates cratic party lickel hc appeared Continued nn page eight to make c Iricl nl Columbia were far outlo have picked ip at basl 25 of distancing their Humphrey Alabama delegates to thc By unit getsj Democratic IIKLP WANTKO CIRCULATION CLERK Dav Permaneiit APPLY TO Hill The Gallup independent Delivery for the Albuquerque Morning For Mothers Day and Graduation Human hand tied and Chapelli Magic hair aT CURL BEAUTY SHOP 813 66   

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