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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - April 21, 1974, Farmington, New Mexico Ta-8miy, april to ir4 Famlin a Mart Ilmi seven defendants go before judge Aztec seven defendant were arraigned Friday in san Juan county District court before judge jail ii Musgrove. They included Dey Blackwel 22, of 421 n. Church alter who pleaded innocent to a charge of forgery. He we released on his own recon Iunce pending trial which Wai set for 9 . May 21. Benjamin Sandoval 22, of 2320 e. 10th, Fannie a Tonia awaiting Lent Ming Poi big a pre sentence report after he pleaded guilty to a charge of burglary. A $1,000 Bond was continued from Farmington magistrate court. I mini John 21, Shiprock pleaded innocent to a cd met of forgery and we released on his own recognizance until his May 20 trial. Robert David Waitie 22, bum Ham pleaded innocent to a charge of burglary and was confined to the county jail when Bond set at 6,000, was not posted. His trial is pending. David d. Johnson 40, Albu i Marque pleaded innocent to a charge of falsely obtaining services and accommodations at a Farmington Motel. He is belly held in the county Jau in lieu of a 1600 Bond. Juan Charley jr., ii Farmington pleaded innocent to a charge of aggravated Battery and is being held in Jau under Isoo Bond unto his trial which was set for May 20. Sex Emu veep granted parole Santa be . A the state parole Board granted a parole Friday to Gene w. Harrell a former vice president for business affairs at Eastern new Mexico University. Harrell was one of 27 in mates paroled by the Board during its two Day april meeting. Harrell entered prison in Early july 1979 to serve a 2-10 year term after pleading guilty to charges that he Emba Olad hods from Emu. He was convicted of two counts of Ems element with identical 2-10 year terms to run concurrently. Dist. Judge Frank Zinn of Gallup who sentenced Harrell in Root Foft county District court last year suspended the last five years of the Mai Tanum so tence. Lite Board also granted parole to two men hiring tema for conviction of voluntary manslaughter. Carl bed who waa Kenvl cad in 19� in tim to oui death of Molarity Pouoa Oll car Gubert Montoya we a Wold fkr a a 440 Yew Terra. He Alao had been convicted of burglary and Jallon a waa paled to a Sterra Cou imy Dali or. Ala e. Martkie of Abs que pie was paroled from a 2-10 year term for voluntary manslaughter. He was convicted in the november shoot of Frankle c. Ramum. Following that conviction Martinet was turned Over to of al authorities to serve the remainder of a term for Sale of heroin. He was transferred to tie state prison in october of 1972. Billy Mack Standard of Artisia was paroled Fitim a u year term for vehicular homicide. His parole is effective oct 29. Tom fatal accent in which Standard was involved occurred in August 1973. Gilbert w. Grimley of Wichta Falls. Tel., was killed in the rots overwhelming Winlun Sboro . Apr Wuu am Porter and his family went to Florida for a a Catkin. They left their two pet rats at Home. Now there Are More than 300 White rats in the two Story colonial style Home and neighbors Are complaining that the Rait Are in fading their prep to. Burlington county health authorities investigated and decided to Ciler Melnate the rats at the township s cleric s sister Dies Wilton Pine City clerk treasurer and mrs. Ptasie have been called to aft Querques by the death of is sister Isbee Van Cise who died Friday morning. Funeral serve web under the direction of French mortuary will be Hekl in Albuquerque brokes Couse Accident Farmington police Saki a car driven by Alan it Moses ii route 3, Boi 1370, Farmington collided Woltti a parked pickup truck owned by Glen Hairlson 913 b. Lei Mon ave., in the 200 Bukk of Mcdonou Road about 9 30 pin. Friday. Off Kos Saki the brakes of the Moses car apparently locked and that the Driver was cited on a charge of driving a vehicle not in a Saf condition. About 10 pin. Friday cars driven by Miteel t. Hare 19, Chaco Plant and Troy n. Chapman 19, of 917 Brown ave., were involved in a my asap at w. Main and Locke. According to police oia Man was died on a charge of fou owing too Kaely. Boating safety course slated a Public education course on boating Safdy will be sponsored by the coast guard auxiliary Beeton ii monday at 7 pin. At the la Rippey elementary school in Aster. Bob Osborn membership training officer will be the instructor with other qualified instructors assisting my. Hie course is open to the Public with individuals couples and of Amihan including children invited to vol mrs. Florence Hicks 91, of Covington ky., recently registered to vote for the first time in her life. Her father and her late husband did not believe in voting so she did Shiprock coed named scholarship coordinator women Las Cruces Nora Yale a Sophomore at new Meiko state University has been Acyl need by the United scholar Riili service in Denver colo., to coordinate financial Akis for native american students. She is the dais her of or. And mrs. Daniel Basile of Shiprock. Lonner peer Cou Semir i the Umsu special student Serkes project miss Yale has worked with tribal scholar my fund lib for Navajo All Indian Pueblo Council and Laguna puerto tribes. She is a graduate of Navajo Metlio Lal Mlasko High school at Farmington. In her is party Mies Yale wid do tribute information about al damage suit Seel a $40,000 Aztec a Stanton l bran Nin has filed a personal injury suit totalling 940,000 in san Juan county District court and naming Glen Bluford Wesson As defendant. In the action Brannin alleges he received injuries in a two Verkle acc Lent March 17 about a mile West of Tow Animas River Bridge ingot Vking veh Kles driven by him and the m a. A a Oei Ensani. Meet set Albuquerque . Apr some 200 members of the clergy and laity from 99 congregate a in a four state area Are expected to participate in the 13th annual Rocky Mountain Synod convention of the lutheran Church april 29-29. The convention Agenda Calls for of Reva ii the Synod constitute pm to implement a new committee Structure. Four mod officers Alao Are to be elected. 11� rev. Or. Franklin c. Hegend Synod pres Klent will Prestle. Representatives from new Mexico Colorado Wyoming and tens Are to attend. Mancial aids to native american students and Hrip them fid out financial analyses and applications. The temporary is for 3h months but May be attended. Quot i Hope to work Daely with Indian students on Campus helping them with financial problems Quot miss Yale Sakl. Quot Many tires students seen t informed and Don t know where to get Hrew iii Alluisi Aboia financial help. In be a split track of Deal Anta various kinds of scholars lips and technical Lafan Natl avy Lai c adult classes still open adult Basic education classes sponsored by the san Juan economic opt it Unity Council Are still open for interested persons who wish to enrol. Two sessions each week Are betas Hekl to farm ii High school science till lying either monday and Wedna Aday from 7 to 9 pin. Or tuesday and thursday from 7 to 9 pin. Add Knial classes Are also belly Hekl from 9 to 11 39 an. At san Juan Corege room 19 and in alter Flom 7 to 9 pin. Monday and wednesday at Koogler Junior High school and Kwi 1 to 9 pin. Friday at the county courthouse. Lasses Deal Ned to prepare students either for a High school disk Una or As a re Fisher course Are free and one May Enron by just coming to Claas at the designated Uroe. Of set at Kirl Lanci Slorra Aztec san Juan county clerk Carol Bandy Sakl personnel from her office will be at Ekner s Marint Kirtland from 9 a in. To noon Hie Aday to Regmer salesmen and Saleswoman we Are the world s Leader in water conditioning. We offer 1.mly qualified Lendt 2. I cd Llu it commit ion paid wkly 3. Compote a continuous training 4. Opportunity to Eom o minimum of $900 por month 9. Company ien fits 6. Outt Tondino incentive t Bonus programs. You offer 1. Sincere desire to work 2. Sinforo Desiro to loom 3. Own Cor 4. No previous exp Orinoco 5. Good Opp Moranco 6. Strong drive to Oom o lot of Money 7. Soh stortors ref r9f�v99w Huvry Law april 223 00 . Sharp or 7 00 . Sharp Holiday inn �00 e. By Podloy room 264 no phone Calls please Noti i m tou Navi to Armstrong Cev Humi 103 of a so flaws vow main a Eil Hibi. Painps09l paid pol. Adv the summer of 74 will Beachle brighter. Farmington s of Favorito Grom Houm a first notional Bank a Kart you a complot Gardon of Sar Vlam. A Havo ovary tar la you Nood a from find a hand Loans Many savings programs to super chocking accounts and Export financial Cou Saling. Quot come grow with us 1&Quot ism fam Englon s Host a clonal Bank of farm ton member . Leachm Romeo Tsumo up to $10,000 to the fio him of spout a Skance . Five locations to sirve you a tick Koont Nelo Smoka Farmington. Dew Iiley a 13qlh itis smm9iiiie at 20% of nut one Central cleaning system Missy to in fall Moro powerful tho ii Ofha a units i bochum the control cloning system uti Liim o hide Rowoy Power unit it con to Biggor ond Moro powerful Thon the ovo Rogo vacuum Coonor. Iho Doorn t Homo to 1ug it around or Corry it up ond Down a Tours. And Moro Power mount to Timo a Pont. It picks up lint ond soil quickly. A hic Only. Nii tone bathroom cabinets mirrors and accessories 20% of nut one bathroom cabinets. Mirrors and accessories in All styles to fit any and every Bath. The finest. Nut one automatic garage door operator systems the nut one Garog door Opo Norv Are Moro than just of ponor. Thoy Reitz tho door turn on tho lights. Thon lower tho door. Lock it soc roly and Thon turn tho lights s1s9.00pncn of at. A in a tone built in food Center approach food preparation Mia m Amu Alloy Quot plug gel in Quot and ready to us a. Nov a lift another Hoovy Oppl Ianc motor Eaty to install a it him Tindor o train Loti tel our act plate Thot wipe a loan with a Damp cloth a won t rust or stain

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