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Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - April 6, 2000, Roswell, New Mexico RECORDS Bail PAGE AS APRIL OBITUARIES Hugh Norris Patriot Hugh Norris Services are scheduled for 2 April at LaGrone Funeral for Hugh Hughboy of Roswell who passed away April at his The Marc Tinstman of the First Christian Church will conduct the Interment will follow at South Park Cemetery with Masonic Rites provided by the Roswell Masonic All Master Masons please assem ble at LaGrone Funeral Chapel at Hugh was born March in to Albert Lafayette and Nancy Henry Vaughn His par ents preceded him in death as well as three Henry Clay Robert Norris and Albert Lafayette Norris He married Georgia Roe buck April in Carls She survives him at the family Other survivors include two Emilie Marion Norris of and Jean Norris of Detroit and sev eral nieces and Norris had been a Roswell resident for 51 and was a member of the First Christian He was a member of the Roswell Lodge 18 and a member of the Hugh had retired from the Air Force and then retired from the Postal where he was a letter He was a loyal patriot and loved his Pallbearers will be Dick Bill Clay Charlie Johnny and Doug All his many friends will serve as honorary pall Musical selections to be provided by the First Chris tian Praise Friends may make memori als to the Masonic Heritage Box or the Roswell Humane Arrangements are under the direction of LaGrone Funeral Durwood Curtis A Memorial service is sched uled for 10 April at LaGrone Funeral Chapel for Durwood of Roswell who passed away April at a local nurs ing Pastor Lonnie Owens of Christs Church will conduct the Durwood was born in Forest to George and Vera Greathouse His parents preceded him in as well as two one sister and a He married Phyllis Holgate in She survives him at the family Other survivors include two Bob Curtis and his of Roswell and William Curtis and his of Las Cruces three daugh Duranna Mueller and her of Mont Orial Madron and her of and Betty Dutchover and her Richard Las Also surviving are 11 grand children and four greatgrand children two Sarah Jo Come of and Anna Mae Lee of Portales and numerous nephews and Curtis had been a farmer and rancher for many He was of the Methodist and was a member of the Melrose Masonic Arrangements are under the direction of LaGrone Funeral Mayme Berniece Buchman Lifelong Roswell resident Mayme Berniece Buch man A funeral service is sched uled 10 April at Ballard Funeral Chapel for Mavme Berniece of Roswell who passed away April Burial will follow at South Park Wayne Darnell of the Church of Christ will Mayme was born May in Melrose to Walter Coleman Walker and Eliza beth Turner In Rui Mayme married Chester who pre ceded her in death as well as both parents and one broth Jimmy Mayme has been a lifelong resident of She worked as a sales clerk for Kanadles and Hinkles before her She was a member of the Church of Survivors include her Claude Walker of Roswell Francis Bess Bon nie Dollie Dooley and Doris Hartley all of Pallbearers will be Pete Gary Dub Butch Chuck Travelstead and Bob Honorary pallbearers will be Amit Masoud and all of the employees of East ern New Mexico Medical Can cer The family would like to give special thanks to Maymes Betty Arrangements are under the care of Ballard Funeral Dorothy Lee Anglin A graveside service is scheduled for 2 April at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens in Las Cruces for Dorothy Lee of Roswell who passed away April at her The Pete Buresh will Anglin will lay in state for visitation at Ballard Funeral Home April and will lie in state April Dorothy was born April in to William Norman and Ina Both parents preceded her in August Dorothy married Henry Lee Anglin in Las He survives her at the family Dorothy has been a resident of Roswell for the past 12 She was a wife and Survivors include her hus Henry Lee Anglin Bill Anglin of and James Randy Anglin of Continued from Page A4 with If the Elianites set up cjayandnight human cor dons pledged to keeping him in Florida with his is the Reno Assault Team really prepared to do every fhing necessary to bring him alive What instruments will they use We know from the long expe rience in civil disobedience 30 years back that there are lim its to what is doable when the mandate is George in those was Tough Guy and his answer to the question of what he would do if protest ing students spread them Selves out in the way of Army trucks was a chuckled refer ence to the hardy tires of Army But the Reno Assault Team isnt likely to go to such They can drag protesters out of the but eventually they run out of dont they And there is still sitting there on the ground floor with his and those jabbering lawyers tak ing deep philosophical draughts of original jurisdic tion and the sovereign rights of dominant majorities Oh my If ever there was a time for diploma it has What can the Reno diehards do why not promote a movement to impeach Al Gore for obstruc tion of justice That would bring all kinds of lively politi cal thought into the and give us an arresting few weeks with benumbed lockjawed and federal marshals calling their insurance agents and asking for bigger Of another way to go is to stall some Miss Reno might appoint a com mission to study the whole or rather to restudy The commission will be told not to give out its finding until after a member of it can give out the hint that the commission will recommend that it be Elian who makes the final but that he will have to wait until he attains his majority before making 20OO Universal Press Syndicate MATTHEWS Continued from Page A4 Oscar He was on the phone with trying his best to warm things up between them simply show some I think John and I both understand that the past is the the Texas governor said after making his goodwill and its time to move It would have been more sincere if like Michael had performed his letsgettogether number three weeks on March the night of all that 20OO Newspaper Enterprise Glenda Odum of brother William Norman of Las Cruces Willo Sor rell of Las Cruces and Jo Helen Rose of Fountain Val She also had eight grand children and six greatgrand In Lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to Roswell 1107 Main 88201 Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Bal lard Funeral Joe Mayfield Graveside services are scheduled for 11 April at Memory Lawn Memorial Park for Joe of Roswell who passed away April in The Troy Grant of Berrendo Baptist Church will Joe was born June in to James Harold and Dorothy Birdilee Nichols Both parents preceded him in as well as a broth Stephen Lee He married Elaine Davies in She survives him at the family Other survivors include four Margie Wilson and her Nina Vasquez and her hus Tela Baca and her and Balinda all of He is also survived by special Karla Prather and her Jere miah and Joe had been a Roswell resident all of his and had been employed by the City of Roswell for 18 first with the Roswell Parks Department then as a heavy duty Joe Mayfield was a man who worked very hard all of his life and took great pride in his many accomplish Anyone could count on him for help on a project or for his Some of his happiest times were spent with his beloved hors es and he could understand them in a way that few men He will be greatly missed by those who knew Honorary pallbearers will be Robert Michael Robert John Carroll Hargrove and Tim Friends may make memo rials to the Reins For Life for the therapeutic work with handicapped children and adults with in care of Terry 370 Dex Arrangements are under the direction of LaGrone Funeral Nell Carson Services are pending at LaGrone Funeral Chapel for Nell of Roswell who passed away April at a local nursing A complete announcement will be made when arrange ments are Maggie Lucero Services are pending at Ballard Funeral Home for Maggie of Roswell who passed away April at Eastern New Mexico Medical A further announcement will be made when arrange ments are Jay Landfair Services are pending at Ballard Funeral Home for Jay of Roswell who passed away April at a local nursing A further announcement will be made when arrange ments are PUBLIC RECORDS Marriage licenses Issued April 4 Walter of Roswell and Ann Marie of Issued April 5 Anthony of Roswell and Kathy of El Manuel of Fort and Karen of Divorces Dismissed April 4 Eldon Charles Marek Deann Leshay Municipal Court Judge Hector Pineda Aprils Unlawful use of no two counts of failure to pay fines Anita 902 Beech fined S532 and confined for 27 days or until fines are No unlawful use of failure to appear Anita 902 Beech fined S490 and confined for 25 days or until fines are Failure to pay fines Anita 902 Beech fined and confined for 50 days or until fines are Shoplifting Raymond Villar 1513 Kansas fined S220 and confined for 10 days 10 days suspended in lieu of house arrest for a period of 20 days and unsupervised probation for 90 Possession of marijuana under 1 possession of drug para phernalia Heather 117 Chisum S640 and six months unsuper vised probation with alcohol and drug Failure to complete community service work Luisa 1611 Kansas fined S4S9 and confined for 24 days or until fines are Failure to complete community service work Luisa 1611 Kansas fined S324 and confined for 16 days or until fines are Failure to complete community service work Luisa 1611 Kansas fined S330 and confined for 17 days or until fines are Failure to complete community service work Luisa 1611 Kansas fined S254 and confined for 13 days or until fines are Failure to appear on four traffic citations Holly 1017 Pennsylvania fined S425 and confined for 10 days eight days suspended in lieu of 96liours of community service work with credit for two days Failure to pay fines Melinda 910 Alameda fined S348 and confined for 18 days or until fines are paid credit lor time Deadline for space reservations S ad copy 12 Call 622771O
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