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   Gallup Independent, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1968, Gallup, New Mexico                                Vote May 28 For Education 2 THE TRUTH WELL TOLD endent The Weather Ponfv cloudy through Wednesday In hp or co ale and GQaifi laic Wednesday qmly allcrnocri Gallup hifjh will wiih a low Yeifcrdays high 79 wilh o low of NUMBER 121 VOLUME 79 NEW MEXICO MAY PHONE 505 8636811 Price lOc Schools Shun OEOs Head Start Independently Yours By ERIC McCROSSEN By Ceremonial Board Contract Delayed James Williams Hanson of Pauls Baptist Chuch here participated in tlic weekend poor peoples march in Albuquerque lie This dra matic march was not for Ne groes only because poverty knows no Hanson said persons de siring to assist in the Resur rection City effort could contact him at 505 North He re ported persons participating in the Washington effort need canned bedding and mon He said those people rea lize they cannot force Congress to create Their pur pose is to let Congress know they are deeply and sincerely concerned about the poverty stricken people of tills Resurrection City stands for a new life in the United A Navajo Treaty Day festival will be held at Fort Defiance June This will be the first of several events to commemo rate the 100th anniversary of the treaty of peace between the government and the Na vajo The daylong festival will be gin with a parade through Fort Defiance at 10 In dian dance wag marching bands and a drill team from the Third will be in he pa The fort was established in 1851 by the Third The Fort Defiance Historical conslructed by the tribes parks and recreation de will be dedicated at 11 by Raymond chairman of the Navajo The marker relates the history of the fort from the lime it was a military post to its pres ent status as agency headquart ers for the Bureau of Indian At noon June the commu nity will provide a free barbe que at the Fort Defiance Chap ter Afternoon activities include a track and field old timers base ball open house at the General Dynamics plant and the spring roundup rodeo scheduled at Window The Red Rock Country Sage observes more than 600 new gro eery items are put on store shelves each thus making it easier than ever for the little woman to forget a box of Approval of an architects con tract to prepare schematic plans for the relocation o the Cere monial was postponed indefi nately at a special directors meeting The decision had been post poned to Monday because of the absence of four of the 12 di rectors at last Thursdays reg ular Ceremonial A ma jority of the directors indicated they were in favor of the conj tract Thursday night bat when I it came to vole Monday eight ireclors opposed signing a ontract at this The directors do not want o borrow money at this lalt Ceremonial pres The big thing is ie cutbacks in government If the highway com iiission changed its mind or the two local banks to pay ar chitectural costs until funds from the highway settlement for the old Ceremonial grounds were We cannot begin to raise major contributions for the Cer emonial until we have plans de veloped showing what we arc planning and demonstrating lo Dispute Comes To Light neiy said The esti mated cost of the schematic drawings would have been about Tlie GiillupMcKinlcy County school system might withdraw and would liavc laken approximately 12 weeks to pre pare from Die signing of the con They would only be ap plicable to the specific area for which they were 1 jiisl do not feel we should cal comnumily Ken1spend any money until we have Peace Moves Are Expected PARIS AP officials expect France and the Soviet Union all to play some art in carrying forward ncgo iations for peace in Red China opposes a settle but its power to block a deal is believed to have been mpairod by Mao Tsetungs cul tural A new burst of diplomatic ac tivity in Paris and other capi als focused attention lodap on he potential roles of other pow ers with a stake in the outcome ut with no current voice in the discussions in Ambassador Avercll larriman and Ambassador Xuan Thuy of North Vietnam were to call on President Charles de Gaulle Harri man in the morning and Thiiy late in the While the visits were listed as courtesy each man was expected to discuss his govern ments position in the negotia British Foreign Secretary Mi chael Stewart will fly to Moscow Wednesday lo confer with For eign Minister Andrei The two men are cochairmen of the Indochincse peace machin ery created in 1951 and could be in arranging a jeace conference if progress in he Paris talks ever warrants Even more in the view of diplomats the So viet governments influence on This is believed to have jrown in the past year or so at he expense of Red As Pekings policy has fallen into paralyzing grip of internal Vietnamese reliance on Soviets is believe to have To Fit Needs of Communities Council Will Study Bids The city council is scheduled to consider bids on three pieces of equipment and work at the Ford Canyon recreation area when it meets at lonighl in city The vehicles are a truck chas sis with hydraulic derrick ani a threewheel golf course truckster and a police sedan Tha Ford Canyon work involves grading and Also on the agenda are two zoning Tlie first is on a request for rezoning of lots 38 block Ford from R2A to The second is for rezoning ol lots 3032 and a portion of lo1 Fords second addi from R2A lo Councilmen will consider a statement from Allgood Engineering for engineering services in connection with fieli surgeys and preparation o plans for improvements to Ihi Rio Puerco A recommendation by the cit izens committee concerning an architect for proposed new jailj Gallup toipoyen YOU may also be May 28 on Monday night while attempting to arrest a 15yearold Gallup the incident siarlcd about when Benjamin reported a cali ber automatic rifle valued at had been stolen from his unlocked vehicle while it was parked at a bar on said he received a report about an hour later that three or four boys were threat ening several smaller boys with a He said he checked the area and found the 15yearold boy sitting on a rock with silver spray paint on his hands and around his While putting the boy Into the police Barraza the suspect jerked struck him and started to He was ap vreliended by Barraza and Pat rolman Harry Shay and Edward Barraza said another was picked up later by Shay and Cousins said a caliber rif le was found on the Barraza quoted one of the youths as saying he bought the gun for from a man near he bar where the weapon was In other police a tire valued at was slolen early today by several subjects who reportedly threw a beer bottle at the tires Dewey Val when he sur prised The Cousins was taken from Vallos vehicle which was parked al a norlh side The way the architects in everylhing in the casi ven delayed the project for a Police Louis Barraza oiipte of years il would leave ccived multiple body bruises worded iiwiil he Ceremonial heavily in 11 The request for the board to approve a contract with the ar chitects was made Thursday light by John chair man of the development com It was lo be financed by publishing a line of credit at Barrozo Is Bruised by Assailant from participation in the sum mer Head Start program cause of efforts of ilu local Of fice of Kconomic Opportunity to place a noncertified teacher in i the super the Albert inleiirioil of lisl night one of the asked tlic Gallup McKiiileyj The feasibility report is enough i board of education lo delay acl information for big investors at lion on naming persomiei or i this lime as to the proposed plans for the the Head Sliirl Tom head the Another Tom WoodjMcKinley County OKO poinled The issue ofrend a letlor to llio Ixwd in the development committee iswhich the Mdsmlcy County Kc iiiot just one nf jonomic Opportunity board asked i j It is a definite selection ofjlial noncertified personnel bcj a particular site and the definite as teachers under llie jselection of an he I cad Start program this sum said he recomi mended thai Hie school dis trict withdraw as the delegate Thei also bility 1 feel that a decision favor ing this proposal obligates the community to spending the en tire S2V4 million for the tion of the Ceremonial at tills though the item was on the ig iUithorily for Head board took no It did not act on hiring personnel i for the Head Start program all site without obtaining the Gallup Driver Gets Citations William 311 Me was cited for negligent driving and failure lo report an accident after the diesel tractor he was driving allegedly caused damage to a city utility The in the 900 block West Coal was struck by the tractor about Patrolman John Torres He said damage to the tractor was estimated at sent or backing of the commu he Guido Zecca another board also questioned the le gality of the Ceremonial board lo spend money that it lias not yet received in respect to auj thorizing the contract and then waiting for the highway com mission settlement which is ex pected in The motion to postpone the architects contract was intro duced by Ray a direc and seconded by The motion called for dropping the proposal until there was ei ther money or a definite need for Ihc schematic drawings and until after the public could pre sent their Of the 11 directors Continued on puge eight Thoreau Road To Be Paved A bid of by Hamilton Brothers for paving mil es of the perimeter roads at Thorcau was accepted by the McKinlcy County Commission ers Monday according to County Manager Gloria Milose said lie did not Continued im pngc eight Student Dies In Oak Creek SCAVENGERS in are among omllm of nations workers who QIC on strike one garbage is piling up in Inc slrrcli One ol Ihc most spectacular silcs ol Paris tcdoy is the Lcs Haitis known os the belly of Paris which may soon disappear under huge inountmns ol tlial have born piling up there lor llic pasl two days French Crisis Worsens But DeGaulle Sits Still PAULS AP Frances tunsGaulle regime and the George secrclarygen sivc crisis worsened with j lion of a true republican re era I of the big Communist more than one third of the naigiinc opening Hie wny lo social1 hacked Sonera Confederation lions workers on bull of in a speech that President Charles de Gaulles A successful censure motionthe striking workers will government still did in Parliament would not oust Del present tlicir demands lo The Giiullisl governing coali confidence it whose term runs bul would he whatever government is in ol would survive a parliamentary bncV lo his policies ivotc on a censure motion a major sclficc until they obtain salisafc TUBA eighth grade at the City Hoarding ii Oak Flag Carlulla Wednesday bul it jjavo nuj indication what it would do about tin1 higher shorter hours and c Remains drowned Sunday Creek Canyon south of FlagJob security Nearly 6 million of the na Tlie girl was in a group million workers were I 39 children who were on a dorion 250 factories and Iheinnvemcnl was still unlike previous 21 to18 inilory sponsored field trip off the The group hnjl left the school earlier Sunday1 on a trip that had lieen plan ned since Miss Hitsule was wading in a creek accompanied by an in And no limit was put on these slructional Martha Rus when she attempted to wade across he slrcnrn and slipped and fell in the cold Miss Russell grabbed her but the girl reportedly panicked and pulled away from her grasp into deep A bus John jumped into the water three lim es before he became cramped and had to gel An uniden tified man also dived into the outs and The strikes slopped taxis and gar lid a monstrous traffic jam in made worse by cars on bills that were abandoned after run1 to cillc a ftnimeti Work on the project will start wnter but became wilhin five days and is schcduli The body was finally located ed for completion by the end of according to Milose The bid by Hamilton Broth ers was the only one re ceived by the The project will include grad ditching and a 26 fool wide doubtepcnelralion surface treat ment for the she The roads lo be paved arc on the norlh and west perim eter of Transwestern Pipeline is expected to pave the road from the northwest corner of Thoreau to their plant norlh of with a stick and pulled from the A doctor and ambulance were called and resuscitation was at A justice of the peace at Se is holding an in quest today a the request of the Tuba City The victims June Bit and are residents of Cedar Ridge in the Tuba City Services will be at 10 handled hy the Lat ter Day Saints Church at Tuba which will also provide a Burial will be The bage collection in Paris and closed coal airports and Some tourists were Lines formed at food and tobacco banks and Amid Onethird of Stopgap Program Appears Dead SANTA lAP Onethird lie was told In return with David Cargos educai specifics un what the altcrna I lion stopgap program appeared lives will lie if the legislature 1 dead today in the New Mexico declines to appropriatethe ad Legislatures special ditioaal The remaining hope for rc vival was tlinl the louse might overthrow an unfavorable com mittee Tim House Iviucalion Commit tee voted unfavorable rccomi and Senate took approaches to bills in troduced in the special session called by which The House referred Its Ciiiilinucd on page clyhll ninjj out of few police men were in Although not oh many apparently stayed Facing the gravest thrca ycti posed to IHycarnld Fifth DC Gaulle has made no public statement since break ing off a visit to Romania Satur day and returning to the Me is lo address the na iind research hoard and to vide new method for I bution of free textbook These were lie only bills in Ihc Four stopgap lax measures San Rafael Man Dies in Accident were in ttic The textbook bill was bumped SAN RAFAKL hy the Education Committee on San was killed a 54 Tiie bill tn create a about Monday night when finance and research board had rc was struck by i car Driver of the Navclino also of San television Friday only the support of Frank j and there was no indication in what he planned for a situation ltu governors strongly reminiscent of the turj create a i I ID was medical as Stale Policeman Fish ed road to the Thoreau High power in 1958 Opposition politi cal leaders conferred with trade union lenders Monday in pre paration for their attempt in the National Assembly lo otisl Pre meir Georges Pompidou and Cabinet body is at the Flagstaff Mortul The French Communist parly moil that brought him back to1 sistanci reserve fund for the1 the vehicle was called for an end to he De Slate Health and Sernorth bound on Slate Hoad 53 VIMS Department also encoun tered The House Appropriations and Finance Committee questioned department director Jjiin Jas per for wo hours then tabled the bill and directed Jas per to return this NM Branch Colleges Tailor Programs EDITORS NOTE Studcntt at branch colleges represent a erosiscerion of most com New Moxicot branch colleges arc tailoring their programs ro fit iweds of their awn communi Call lo students art lower than they would be if the student went to an out larger A col lege education also means a much greater earning poten For o nigh ichaol graduate can axpect to am in a A person who four years of college canexpect to coin in a lite levy that will catt the aver age homeowner two cents a week will offer interested citizens the opportunity to begin a college education in their awn This it the second in a scries of By ERIC McCROSSEN The president of the third largest institution of higher learning in New Mexico began his career in a nighl II look him seven years to earn a bachelors Im the product of a part time Charles president of Eastern New Mexico University at Por I believcin bring ing education to the people rath er than trying to bring the peo ple to the Meister is largely re sponsible for one of the grow ing offcampus collegiate edu cation programs spreading throughout major New Mexico Not only has ENMU opened a major branch at Roswells former Walker Air Force the college is also pioneering in post high school vocational and technical educa tion in the state and operating a large branch college program at Clovis Meister points The kids canl be They have to have a chance for a higher They cannot afford board and room away from home but often can afford to at tend college classes close lo The ENMU who at one lime was a professor at Northern Arizona said he is familiar wilh many of the problems of the Navajo I believe you can put a twoyear college program into Gallup which will largely appeal to those who are unable to take advantage of a college Those children who are unmolivaled and do not know the value of a higher ed ucation frequently will attend a branch college and Ihen go on lo earn iheir He also Housewives who are rearing pro fessional people who are de veloping a hobby and olhcrs who havent the time to travel a great distance for college courses will attend hometown college courses during the day or al We in higher edu cation must serve the needs of the who reported many businessmen in Roswell wcre helping Iheir employes attend j college classes at the Roswell j We serve the needs of the We arc a crialure of the Branch Students wlio attend branch colleges in New Mexico are lik ely to be jarllime clerks who recently graduated from high school and are working my way a businesswom an who decides lo siart alii over again or someone who just bored with his present ex istence and wants a new chali j In the Carlsbad Newj Mexico State Krma mother of three children and alor of a beauty parlor for five at approximately iO miles per hour when Martinez walked out in front of the car Fisliur said Apodaca applied liis brakes but was unable to avoid hilling tlic was dead on arrival al Cibola General The body has been transferred to the Mor who said Martinez died of multiple head was assisted in his investigation by Slate Policeman James Cos The age of the victim vas not immediately Stale Pnlire said authorities at Win dow Ariz are searching for the We are now taking applica tions for Advertising Sales These are perma nent positions for men or Car typing desirable Send complete res ume staling salary require ment to the Advertising Di Gallup colleges represent one of thei said she closed her shop ox Writ bright hopes for the future last year so that she could at the We must look at college full ID terms nf generations I wanted lo dianjje my than the immediate Continued on page eight J ten applications only will be lleplics strictly   

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