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Carrizozo Lincoln County News (Newspaper) - November 10, 1983, Carrizozo, New Mexico Former news owner Paul w. Payton Dies in Kansas. J is a Icso cd of Wisp Lincoln 25 county news volume 79, number 46 Carrizozo new Mexico 88301 thursday nov. To. 1983 established 1905 sheriffs office reports arrests Fayne to Dean a whom is swearing in whom a Dean sworn in As magistrate Bettye Dean of Carrizozo became Lincoln county a first woman magistrate tuesday at a 4 . Swearing in ceremony conducted by retiring magistrate Bill g. Payne. Effective immediately she becomes magistrate of div. I. She was appointed to the office last wednesday by gov. Toney Anaya from a list of four applicants for the office. Payne resigned the office last month to become affiliated with the Lincoln county abstract co. Deans appointment to the $13,200 a year part time Job is for one year after which she will be the Carrizozo municipal school Library will sponsor a student Book fair from nov. 14-18. Students will be Able to browse and Purchase books. The Book fair will be open during the hours of 8 15 . To 12 30 . And 1 15 to 3 45 . Books will be on display in the school Library. The Book fair committee invites All students parents and visitors to attend the fair. The fair will encourage student interest in Reading and in building Home libraries and will also contribute to a worthwhile project. All profits will be used for purchasing books and filmstrips for the Library. The first Day for cutting Christmas Trees in Lincoln National Forest is saturday nov. 19. This is a correction to the Date shown on the permits As nov. 21. The Correct dates for cutting Christmas Trees Are nov. Required to stand for election. Bettye Dean 35, is the w Ife of Larry Dean. The two manage the Johnson ranch 15 Miles West of Carrizozo. The Deans were married in 1972 at Socorro and have one daughter Casey 9. The Deans also have a leased ranch of their own near Bingham. A native of Texas mrs. Dean has been a new Mexico resident since age 14 and of Carrizozo for More than to years. Graduating from Socorro High school in 1966, she was employed As a Legal Secretary in the Law office of Paul Pablo Marshall of Socorro who is now a District judge. After her Julia Hollis is serving As Book fair chairman. The committee includes Lynn Miller Sharon Kerby Maxie Lamay and Charlene Brown. The Book fair display will include attractive new books from Many major publishers in All popular Price ranges a books to read or to give As gifts. All Reading interests will be represented including classics fiction biographies adventure stories science nature crafts mystery and reference books. The committee is working with educational Reading service a professional Book fair company to furnish an individual selection of books for the fair. 19 through dec. 24. Christmas tree applications Are available at Forest service offices and Many Chambers of Commerce. Applications must be accompanied by a $5 Check or Money order. Marriage and removal to Carrizozo she worked at the family pharmacy for two years leaving there a few months ago to help manage the ranch with her husband. She serves As vice chairman of the new horizons developmental Center. She will be required to attend a magistrates school in Albuquerque within the next few weeks. The magistrates office handles civil and criminal preliminary hearings issues search warrants and traffic violations among other duties. Tatum wins Over the grizzlies Tatum dashed Carrizozo a title Hopes Friday night by defeating the grizzlies 28-14 in the playoff Semi finals at Tatum. The grizzlies scored first on a three Yard run by John Roueche following a 55-Yard drive. Tatum came Back to take a 14-6 Lead then the grizzlies tied the game with a four Yard run by Dwayne Zamora quarterback. A two Point conversion try was Good and the score stood at 14-14 at halftime. The second half was Tatum a. Playing in the rain and mud and being outweighed about 30 pounds to the Man Tatum scored two touchdowns one on a 20-Yard run and the other on a 45-Yard pass play. The grizzlies finished the season with a 7-3 record. Eight players will be lost next year by graduation but there will be 19 grizzlies returning including Stevie Stearns one of the leading ground gainers in the state this year. The Lincoln county sheriffs dept arrested the following persons Over the past two weeks. Edward f. Pipkin Alto was arrested oct. 28 on charges of Dpi reckless driving accidents involving damage disorderly conduct and interfering or obstructing an officer in performance of duty. He is free on Bond. John d. Egbert Ruidoso was arrested but not jailed oct. 26 for Misdemeanour Possession of marijuana and Possession of a controlled substance. Paul Woodard Capitan was arrested oct. 29 for disorderly conduct and aggravated assault on an officer. Joseph f. Friberg Ruidoso was extradited from California to Lincoln county nov. I on a Bench warrant charging failure to appear. Daniel l. Clark jr., Ruidoso Downs is free on Bond following his arrest oct. 4 for assault on a peace officer disorderly conduct and Battery. Fermin a. Rue also of Ruidoso Downs is in jail following his oct. 6 arrest for the unlawful taking of a vehicle reckless driving and Dpi 3rd offence. Chief Deputy Charles Cox reported the value of property reported stolen for the month of october As $10,470. Recovered property totalled $3,945, for a recovery rate of 37 percent. Cox said 48 arrests were made during october with 44 citations issued 62 traffic stops 189 phone Calls handled 201 civil papers served 19 animal Calls 16 traffic accidents and 30 cases cleared. A total of 40 prisoners was handled including three juveniles. The sheriffs dispatcher reported 717 walk in Calls 2,620 phone Calls 5,411 radio Calls and 1,022 teletype messages during october. Paul w. Payton Well known new Mexico newspaper publisher died wednesday in a Salina is Hospital after a lengthy illness following a massive heart attack a year ago last november. Payton died at the age of 73. Services were held in Ellsworth is at to . Saturday at the methodist Church there. Paul Payton was born on nov. I 1910 in Florence is. He published the Bucklin Kansas Banner prior to coming to new Mexico in 1956 As publisher of the Union county Leader in Clayton. Later for 17 years he was editor and publisher of the Lincoln county news in Carrizozo. He also owned newspapers in Tularosa Estancia and Cloudcroft new Mexico. During his publishing career in new Mexico Payton was Active in the new Mexico press Assn., serving As its president for a term and contributing much to the association through committee work his Devotion to the cause of Good journalism won him election to the new Mexico press Assn. Hall of Fame in 1979. Newspaper publishing was his major interest in life and his second love was music. Following graduation from Emporia Kansas state teachers College in 1934, Payton taught music in several Western Kansas towns. At the Start of world War ii he was band director in the St. John Kansas High school. He resigned this Job to join the air Force and went to Wichita to train with a glider division. When the War was Over instead of returning to teaching he decided to give new papering a try and bought the weekly newspaper in Bucklin in Southwest Kansas. Payton retired from newspaper publishing in 1978 and returned to his Home state of Kansas. He and his wife Eleanor made their Home in Ellsworth. During his life he was very supportive of music programs in Public schools and was an accomplished pianist. In Ellsworth he started and directed a Bell choir. He is survived by his wife Eleanor three sons Charles of Denver Tony of Washington do and Nick of Clayton no a daughter Melanie Payton of Canyon to four grandchildren and two Brothers William a. Payton of Alamogordo no and Dwight Payton of Aztec no. Grizzly volleyball team to state tournament mandatory vehicle insurance now required of owners Carrizozo has enjoyed its finest volleyball season this year. With its 15-5 season Mark Carrizozo qualified for its first state tournament a thursday at fort Sumner defeating Mountainair and fort Sumner to finish first in Region d. Both coach Ron Becker and coach Rhonda Farley agree a the grizzly girls responded to the Challenge and came of leading the grizzlies to their second championship in a Row were seniors Christetta Chavez and Mary Jane Ferguson. Chavez led the grizzlies with kill shots to against fort Sumner. Ferguson turned in her Best floor game of the year and finished the Days play with 6 blocks at the net challenging fort Sumners big hitters. Chavez and Ferguson did no to work alone however. The entire grizzly team turned in its Best performance of the year. Karen Baroz Lynn Gallacher Debbie Najar and Julie Vega played with discipline and anticipation on defense and did an outstanding Job starting the grizzly offence with Well placed passes. Carrizozo had its problems during the year adjusting to a sophisticated offence and defense and fighting the problems that came with having Only 9 players and no Junior varsity program. A at the beginning of the season i wondered if the College plays i taught them were too difficult for them to run effectively but now they run them with Confidence and intensity. That shows we have a dedicated Bunch of girls who really have the desire and drive to be the Best a said first year coach Farley. Becker said a your under Republican women meet nov. 15 Federated Republican women of Lincoln county meet tuesday nov. 15 at Nottingham a restaurant Ruidoso. Delegates to the recent state convention in Las Cruces will present their reports. Business meeting begins at la . With lunch and Delegate reports following for further information Call president Dorothy Smith at 354-2499 or Dorothy Barber at 258-3348. Day care is available. Call Smith or 336-4733. All Republican women residing in Lincoln county Are invited. Clansmen have come a Long Way since the first of the year especially Judy Villescas an eighth grader Karen Baroz a 9th grader and Julie Vega a 10th the grizzlies will be travelling to Albuquerque on thursday nov. To to participate in the state tournament meeting the Region a runner up at 4 45 in the Valley Viking gymnasium. A special note of interest to grizzly volleyball fans is that at the District championship in Cloudcroft Christetta Chavez was selected As the Best volleyball player in the District by the coaches narrowly edging out Susan Peak of Cloudcroft. Santa few the motor vehicle division of the transportation department has announced the mailing of the 1984 vehicle registration renewals. Bulk mailing by county continued through nov. 7. This year the renewal form includes a statement which indicates that upon returning the form with payment the vehicle owner is affirming that he or she is financially responsible As defined in the mandatory financial responsibility act which was passed by the 1983 legislature and becomes effective Jan. I 1984. False affirmation can result in a Fine not to exceed $1,000 or imprisonment for up to six months or both. The act requires that vehicles registered in new Mexico be covered by liability insurance in the following minimum amounts $25,000 for bodily injury or death of one person $50,000 for bodily injury or death to two or More persons and $10,000 for injury or property damage. As an alternative to liability insurance a vehicle owner May obtain a surety Bond or Post a Cash Deposit in the amount of $60,000 per vehicle. The Law also requires that evidence of liability insurance or of a surety Bond or Cash Deposit be carried in the vehicle at All times starting Jan. I 1984. Failure to carry such evidence in the vehicle May result in a Fine of up to $100 or imprisonment of up to 30 Days the grizzly girls volleyball team and coaches Are shown with District and regional trophies won this season. Left to right Back Row coach Rhonda Farley and coach Ron Becker second Row Christetta Chavez Mary Jane Ferguson Debbie Najar Judy Villescas Melissa Greer front Karen Baroz. Not pictured Are Jamie Patterson Julie Vega and Lyn Gallacher. Book fair will run nov. 14-18 tree cuttings begin nov. 19

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