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   Gallup Independent, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1968, Gallup, New Mexico                                County OEO Personnel to Be Terminated 31 By TED HUSHTON News Editor Local provcrty war programs have toon eul by In response to di rectives from the Office of Economic Opportunity regional office in The In adminlslratton and are part of a million cut back ordered by Hie OliO for New The slate had been overfunded last year following an error in calculat ing the number of poor in Ihe A budget of has been set for the 1969 fiscal In com parison to a budget of for the 1968 fiscal The new budget ap proved lor this year will amount to exclusive of Head Start Head Start which are fi nanced by the QUO through the Gallup McKlnlcy County School were not The local Head Start pro gram was actually increased by for next year to a total of A total of six out of 11 positions be eliminated from the adminislralion division of the and 24 out of 35 personnel positions from the neigh borhood In the proposed establish ment of new centers and the expansion of existing centers in several other communities in McKinlcy and western Valencia counties lias been In order to implement the cutbacks all staff will he terminated as of The positions remaining in the ad ministration and program divisions will be advertised and all present employes will be eligible to bid for these posi The staff lo be employed al lie Neigh borhood Centers will be interviewed by the local eommunliy section committees who will then inakc recommendations lo Ihe county OEO boards wilh final approval coming from the BiComily OKO Personnel in the program administra tion which serves all of Die neignlwrhood centers in both counties will be hired by the bicounly Tom executive if i r e c t o r of Ihe Northwest New Mexico Economic Opportunity Council which covers belli McKinley ami western Valencia coun has been Inslrucled to notify all the personnel connected with Ihe affec ted programs In tills area of their termination and to explain the rchiring Cummings is also one of Ihe persons affected by the order and will need lo be rchired by the NWNMEOC Board if he is to retain his Administration positions remaining un der the cutbacks are of executive at per year executive at per year two coun ty coordinators combined salary of 500 per year and a at 320 per The Gallup Neighborhood Center was cut to two community at a combined salary of per year and a al The original proposal find been for a cen Ire Ihrce commu nity aide and two janitors at a total salary of per who would seirc abuul 500 centers have been similarly The Grants center is down Irom a pro posed staff of six persons at a o three persons al per year lo serve Sari Rafael was cut from five persons al to two persons al and will serve about 70 Fence serving about GO fami was cut from a staff of five per sons al lo one person al serving abouf 45 was cut from three persons al to one person at per Crown serving about 75 WHS from two persons at per year to one person al per The original proposal submitted for ife year would have included for personnel costs al the Neighborhood This has been reduced to total personnel costs with al lollcd for uonpen omi el Administration costs were originally set at H5 for this including ti personnel This has now been reduced lo for personnel costs and in noapcrsoancl ex Deadlines scl for hiring lie slnff I jiiliiiiiui on page live THE TRUTH WELL TOLD Indian Music Program Set 8 dent The Weather Fair tOMrjhl and ccnliming cnd rvghl with a chance of A sllnhl won will Ihe low prcrticlcd of and high of 11 ll woi 65 28 Sec Weather pnge NUMBER 220 VOLUME 79 Full Wire NEW MEXICO SEPTEMBER 1968 PHONE 505 8636811 f Price TOe Nigerian Army Grabs Another Biaf ran City Nigeria CAP Thcjaad the Nigerian troops were ens of mid Dutch Roman Catholic inarmy reported capture for o the Uiafran town of Owcrn Alnong thc i priests und Tlicir fafc was shrinking Ibe rebel before the federal but the British High ritory lo 10 per cent of its o rjriiish amj Commission in Lagos urged the ua American wives of fbos and dozNigerian government lo protecl Ihe of Owcrn icfl1 their lives if Biafra with only one major the headquar lers of the rebel chief of stale Odumcgwu Federal pressing from the north and the reported only 30 miles away in eillier the former Eastern j was square miles I on May when Ojukwu icclarcd its independence from the Nigerian it now has left approximately square into which SHAUN SWEENEY disploys the chcckhcTe ceived Mondoy ofler he won the Independent Foot ball Contest by picking eight out of 12 winners and making o near perfect guess of the GollupGrants Sweeney is thc 13yeorold son of Mr and Jack 209 Logan 13YearOld k Contest Winner Chrysler Up 1 In Prices for 1969 Autos DKTROIT announced The Biafrans were reported still pulling up resistance al various sources in Lagos said Biafran forces had driven units of the1 Nigerian 3rd Marine Division I from he lakesliore town of Ogu in the western I lown commands the southerly approaches lo the Biafran air nl j Bui the federal troops were Chrysler Relieved to be holding thc cast price incrn bank of the Niger River square into which crease on its HIM models five miles of makeshift some 6 mil ion persons mostly was promptly criticized bv highway landinc slrins where memlwrs of the Ibo have fled tn escape the advancing promptly criticized While House economists a severe setback In viL i K federal The stability the Nigerians are trying iu ex icrminatc Rut ilcspilc Ihe vance nf federal steady Biafrans showed no inclination I to Information Com missioner Eke declared i Biafras will lo survive Is unc Tills was consid ered an answer lo the resolution by thc Organization of African i Unity calling on Biafra to sur I render and restore Nigerian uni Hie federal announcement of Professional football forecastgame which was Ihe liebreaker llc canlure of Owcrri said civil ers make heir predictions after Shaun sndi the Bengals to tnfi town by highway landing slrips where a I the Biafrans receiving arms and canst1 fnr slnrvino A heavy Biafran concenlra If il becomes lie Mtlecn Wiis fcorlcd trapped be ic President Ovtcrri and Okpuala sons Council of Economic 0 miles southeast vlscrs said in a statement Ic wmcft it would cost the Amcri can consumer 750 Chrysl eraged iNigoriniis look two weeks Another band of Biafrans wa lumLiiiici ruu million m rysler said lie increase the major highway Niger current forturm vcr and 65 milcs the current manufacturers sug gcstcd retail An Associated Press computa r hrJ S PCC nf years of experience find a wholefall 13 lo lie missed by a arsenal of Information aboutsingle point of the MO i o 006 Country Club who won and Les per cent over 15 feei jn price of IGfl could IK com1 Ihe east Ciovcrnmenl soldiers reported Mils lo delay lie federal mili The pils are said and i the fcct teams and Bill Shaun 209 did il wilh a guuss and a by golly when he used his nosystem routine lo pick eight BULLETIN lic tiox 1142 took third place and out of 12 winners in the ludc These two predictors lied for pendenls football hop but IitzPalricki Six were got his entry blanli into thc tni lied lor Ihe number one I dependent office earlier than but Sweeney won Hie lop prizej Lucas did and lhat was lime I of due lo his near enough for tlie second place prcdiclion of he Sweeney is an eighth grade Islmlcnt al Gallup Junior School where he is a fan of Hie I Wildcats as well as being a big I supporter nf his lira favor pro I i Ihe Green Bay Packers j Jam Ihe Dallas pjre Asked now lie managed lo dej Weathermen Denounced WASHINGTON AllAbc Korlus nomination lo be chief Jusllcc won Ihe ap proval of thc Senate Jiidld ary Committee but still faced serious trouble In tfic Semite The committee vole was 10 tn Thc battleground now shifts lo Hie where a filibuster Is threatened against confirming tic no Dictator Is I Seriously III pared tu the In an apparent allcmpt meet government criticism i ahead of John Iliccar Chryslers group vke presi dent for and Canadian au included the following j slatcnicnt in liis price increase rslm fAP Premier An annoiinccnicnl Monday j lic Salaxar rallied I i SRUly TWO QUEENS CHOSEN at the Fiesta Mcxicano last night in the Cathedral High School gymnasium are Annie 408 First on the left anT1 Amada 51 1 First The in recognition of the Mexican Independence was atlendecl by several hundred persons and included a sup booths wilh items for beauty pagcanl and bingo games A plcnnx dance will be rescheduled in three weeks The fiovcrnnienls own fit urcs from the ator slalistics fnr July 19118 show thai new car vLstoKfa1 clincd by per cent In rea P tion to all items included i lie cll 24 hollrs f llls consumer price since the 105759 base Those same figures also show Hint his is tlie LONDON AP Britons dci nounced their weathermen so many A fire in a bay ruck was day for failing lo warn them ofShaun replied 1 was juslj reported lo the north side firc ihcsl record on retail prices os tahlishcd by any major group of A1110 V8SCO rcjwlcrs at noon I he premiers stnlc ol liealllniid not In School BOMS Sold to Chicago Firm products in lie past thc threeday downpour luck 10 In ils issued me inreeday downpour station al flooded huge areas of southeast i Sweeney is the son of hul when equipment arrived il caused three rlcallis Swecwas discovered dial he firc and did millions of poundsjnyy is a teacher al GJliS and had been pul out by a worlh of his is a secreThere was no renorl of ilnniaec by u net i Tlie floods covered Glasscock and i Albuquerque to Be Site DIISC Others to Face Trial A Mj AP Ilcics The counts anamsl eaeli of square isolating towns anil lagcs and dlsnipting road rail Members of lie House Commons said thai the meteor ologists on Saturday gave no Indication of Ihe dangers ahead and said Ihey would raise the matter in The wealhnr office SANTA VK AP Ilcics Brian protested We I Tijerina and 10 fellow havcnl gol n computer were lo cnlcr pleas clcnlly powerful lo make an today in district court lo charges accurate forecast of thf niinfalLiu connection with the armed on a dnylodny jraiil on he county courthouse Rain Monday night added aial Ticrra Amarllla 111 months Jrcsh threat lo areas not ready under water and ham The one trial for nil 1 lc pored rescue operations by is scl for 12 in IW Charges allege people false inundated robbery and The iirralgnmcnl to day and transfer of the trial to Albuquerque from Ticrra Ama station al committee chairman Arthur M the Council of Economic Advisers We urgently re There was no report of damage or s Ihis But sources al lied Cross Hos pital continued to speak of Sala condition as Salazars personal Edurado Coel had also reported som tin provemcnt but said Ihe premier guest Ihe olhcr automobile or said a spokesman I facturer lo head off this dun Igcrous inflationary Salaxar iras Mrwday as ho finished lunch in his liospi la I An Illinois banking according n director of specia meetj wbicb indicated enroll conirncnl was approximately MO he e stead some imnrovomeim took concern per according n fim is place tookwas the forUmlmrilies iillciiding thc of Butsources il salc Of in schnollins luur olher banking Cross b hc submitted of the n njn ll itJVJl jl UI Z Gallup McKinley County board i mmm issllc Total enrollment was wilh of Continental Illinois Bank of Chicago was awarded rd lie conlract at an average inIcy leresl rale of per balance of the issue School bond issues in County iasf week sold at an a million general Wl ttnchers employed at National iobligalinn bond issue on nauc fivt this year by McKin County property average inlcresl rali of perinlemlnnl imrled dial Olcroix1 sold al a later rilvSimrmins suj of re emislriiclion has A m repnrleii in slarled on the administration lie reporled Ibal a cussion will be held with Momiav niornill city coneernmg cnnslriiclinn n sewage line as a joint c v lice ami Thousands of cvninalcd from lionrs and housed i temporary The Drills Automobile J1U11J clnllm said Ihnt almosl every rilla wore ordered by Cmirl The counts against each defendant were reduced from il lo 10 lo as Judge Lar raxolo pul a trial without lie denied defense motions for separate The 501 counts were grand Jury was valid currcd in Indldincnls returned lasl Tiic defense contends the law denied Monday Defense counsel indi cated Monday Ihcy will ask Ihe Supreme Cmirl prior lo trial lo overrule several cspe rial for Ihe defendants andjscl unsuccessfully contended board heard a report from Dm elementary was taken to Marys by Sterling Die The defense argued the defendants have a constitu tional right lo be tried In Ihe cially Larraxolos ruling the 13county where the attack oc April by a Rio Arriba County grand jury and criminal Infor mations filed by Al fonso Tlie Judge said he would rule later whether thc remaining counts will be All defense motions to dls miss Hie and crlm provides only for request to dismiss thc graml granted the slnlc request to move the trial from Ticrrn AmariUs and the firsl Judicial district on grounds of retrial He said ncrnhllllo County is most likely lo provide the indictments since limy failed to properly allege The Indictments did not allege ran Tlie defense said it was n necessary clement for the Also denied was a motion sought lo dismiss one of consiiliiiion cfncs nnj permit kindergarten classes at Ai slate lo try both grand jury Noal Klemcnlary School Star Ambulance following Ihe that a been located mmk ear was owned b yEl Paso Natural ias where Croslcy is em ii ijuill UI ilJlll III V Ml v niviil J i jl i i i i i i V IJi rJiclmwls and criminal intonna1lrld was as a s f on Ihe question of addii lional kiiulergarlen classes all wss clcl for flill lions in the same also denied a de fense request to force he slate the sclinnl has not yet been irmly according to 1 LIMIHJ f to provide a trnnscripl of lestischool authorities mony before the grand The defense contended there Is evidence to believe the jury was wrongfully given hearsay evi dence from police Lnrrnzqlo upheld the stnle ar gument district cpurls arc with out prmer lo review grand jury lndifigs mid ilinl its rc board heard an mcnl repnrl from Alex Krivo Rental Purchase plan available on all band orchestra pianos MUSIC STOKE 225 Coal 8630291 o use due care by llnmhill nf the Stale ic lice who investigated the acci We sincerely appreciate tiie many kindnesses extended lo us during our recent Krnlc Garcia Henegas Jerry and Aiila Claicia and Families   

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