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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - April 21, 1974, Farmington, New Mexico 1 m Vav Buffalo meat Selling like hot cakes in Chicago \ map Wir Phool something new of the counter Joseph Lajb meat manager at Chicago Chain food store holds sirloin Steak right and for the first time Buffalo meat which the store is now offering. The Sale of Buffalo meat is an attempt on part of the Chain to lure shoppers Back to the meat counters. Fps business students capture first place trophy business students from Farmington High school won the first place try thursday at the 20th annual business achievement Day contest held at fort Lewis College in Durango Colo. Fps students compiled a total of 128 Points in seven areas of Competition. Second place went to cortex High school with 80 Points and third place to Aztec High with 68 Points. The top individual awards went to Debbie Dawson of Aztec who received a $100 fort Lewis College scholarship. Pam Hutson and Cheri Sok Okky of Farmington each received $25 savings Bonds. Results of the Competition i chided Boek keeping Debbie Coz Cortez first Cora Lee Hedrick Aztec second and Don haste Bayfield third. Kathy Cunningham and Larry Adams both of Farmington received fourth and 10th respectively. Shot Smidl Teresa Pacheco Farmington first Debbie Shelton Aztec second Sherry Mcdaniel Cortez third. Typ tag i electric Cindy Anderson Moab Utah first Kenny Herrick Bloomfield second and Marsha Hauk Moab third. Teresa Lowdown and Phoebe Downs both of Farmington were sixth and 10th respectively. Typ lag i Naonal Lori Hansen Shiprock first Kelly Cunningham Farmington second and Dean Richards Farmington third. Selah Shipman Farmington was sixth. Typ Teg n electric Debbie def Windoffer Cortez first Pat Schmitt Farmington second Suzy Braun Farmington third. Limping n Manal Barbara Beasley Farmington first Pam Hutson Farmington second and Sharon Osborne Farmington third. Cheri Sok Lodd Farmington received fifth. Start Hun Cheri Sokoloski Farmington first Debbie Dawson Aztec second and Suzy Braun Farmington third. Pam Hutson Milred Aragon and Barbara Beasley All of Farmington received fourth sixth and ninth respectively. In addition to the trophy and medals for first second and third places Farmington students received the following prizes Cheri Sokoloski and Barbara Beasley pen and Pencil sets and Teresa Pacheco attache Case. Local business teachers at tending the contest incl iced Don Hokl mess Don Abbott Rex Dunn Richard Nichols and Gabe Watson. Commencement set Socorro . A John r. Craig assistant director of the Denver research Institute University of Denver has been chosen As conure Cement speaker for new Mexico tech s May 16 ceremonies. Craig has been Active in developing programs which apply scientific and techno al techniques to social problems. By Joseph associated press writer chicac50 a in these Days of rising prices what does a grocery Chain use As an item to lure shoppers Back to its meat counters try Buffalo meat. National Tea stores in the Chicago area Are offering Buffalo Birger at prices higher than sirloin Steak this weekend and Bob Fortmann regional director of meat operations for National Tea says reports indicate quot customer reaction has been about 120 stores Are offering Buffalo meat a ground Burger at $1.49 a Pound Stew meat at $1.59, roast at $1.79 and Steak at $1.98. Beef sirloin is on special at $1.39 a Pound. Quot there is an awful awful lot of interest Fortmann said Friday. Quot i believe we re going to run he said he expected to sell some 100,000 pounds during the weekend. The meat is leaner and sweeter than beef. Fortmann said it s the first time in More than a Century that Buffalo meat has been available to ii cagians other than at a restaurant or two which offer select fare. Quot the Modem housewife is always Wking for something different to try quot he said. Quot it s not an everyday item. There Aren t that number of animals Roy Houck of the National Buffalo association in Pierre s.d., who runs about 3,000 head of Buffalo said Sini Ilar promotions have been held recently by other grocery chains. Quot demand is Way in excess of Supply quot said Houk. He defended the relative High Cost of Huffak by saying it s lower in cholesterol than beef and higher in protein. Houck said increased production costs Are due in Pari to the wild nature of the american Bison once near a my your Pordon a Story in Friday s paper incorrectly stated that sen. Jerry Apo Ca candidate for the democratic gubernatorial nomination would make a Campaign swing into san Juan county on monday. Apodaca s visit is scheduled monday april 29. Extinction but now numbering near 30,000. About 25,000 of these Are raised by ranchers for the consumer Market Houck said. The rest Are protected in state and National Parks. He said that last year about 4,000 head were sold for commercial food purposes. That compares with 570,000 Bead of cattle which were slaughtered the week ending Friday according to . Agriculture department statistics. The Huffak meat National Tea is Selling is from animals culled from a Herd at the Duram ranch in Gillette Wyo. They were Grain fed in Lota at Greeley Colo., for 90 Days before marketing. Candidate briefs fast train the japanese National Hikari trains have the fastest regular schedules in Railroad history at a rate of 83.4 Miles in 47 minutes. Albuquerque . A state sen. Tibo Chavez seeking the democratic party s nomination for governor says Many senior citizens Are paying More than their fair share in taxes. He suggested in a news release that quot possibly we should remove the sales tax the senior citizen now has to pay on drugs and medical new Mexico senior Cuzens quot need Relief from the heavy bite taxes Are taking out of their fixed incomes quot Chavez told some 200 persons thursday at a meeting sponsored by the new Mexico retired and Middle aged persons Assoc a Uon. 4 Albuquerque . A a candidate for the democratic party s gubernatorial nomination state sen. Odis Echols says new mexicans should develop a greater sense of Pride in new Mexico. Quot we have the most Beautiful and Scenic state in the nation with natural wonders like the Carlsbad caverns White Sands Nasonal Park the Gila wilderness and Many Many Beautiful mountains Echols said in a news Zeleam. Echols was completing a Campaign swing through Southeastern new Mexico and said this past weekend he will move to the Central portion of the state. Albuquerque . A Drew Goud candidate for the governor s nomination of the democratic party said he plans to Campaign this weekend in be Maurilo Sandoval Rio Arriba and los Alamos counties. Cloud said in a news release his appearances today will include receptions in Seq it Anola and los Alamos. Albuquerque . A new Mexico should adopt a Merit plan for the selection and tenure of state judges democratic primary gubernatorial candidate Bob Mayfiel said. Mayfield in a news release said the primary objective of such a plan would be to quot emphasize Legal ability and performance rather than politics in the selection and retention of Mayfield said quot our judges should not be political indebted to anyone for their positions. Political aptitude and Fortune must not be allowed to determine a judge s Ai Mogardo . Apack Eastham a candidate for the Republican party s governor nomination says the governor must be personally involved in successful re Chi in it of business and Industry to new Mexico. Eastham. Speaking at a luncheon meeting of the Alamogordo Certoma club thursday said contacts with business and Industry representatives should be made by an agent of the governor because quot Contact with the state s highest official can often be the Albuquerque. . Apr James Lindberg Hughes who is seeking the Republican party s gubernatorial nomination says he is running for governor quot to provide for the electorate of this state a nonpolitical candidate who is a trained and experienced professional Hughes said in a news release. Quot i do this because of watergate and the resignation of the vice president the combination of which has effected a distrust in government at All Levels. I feel that watergate was a criminal act and the guilty should be duly at Economy 6-Cylinder Gremlin 6-Cylinder Hornet Cylinder Matador every new am Gremlin Hornet and Matador comes with our economical 6-Cylinder engine As Standard equipment. And every new am Gremlin Hornet and Matador is backed by All the benefits of the exclusive am buyer Protection what size Economy do you want come on in and choose from sub compact Gremlin compact Hornet or mid size Matador. Farmta toi daily times sunday. April 21, Domenici Hafferl cilia a Santa be . A the new Mexico environmental improvement Board has adopted amendments to state regulations on trash and garbage disposal that could have significant Impact on City budgets. Effective july 1. 1975, every City Over 3,000 population would have to maintain a sanitary Landfill dump under strict supervision. The City dumps would have to be covered with six inches of dirt at the end of each Day be fenced have fire prevention equipment and be watched 24 hours a Day. Cities under 3.u00 population and counties would have to maintain dumps that Are covered once a week in summer and once every two weeks in Winter. Burning would be prohibited at any dump. The regut irions require every City Over 3.000 population to pickup trash and garbage at least once a week. Asked about the costs to local governments Board member Bill Atkins said quot i feel we have an obligation when it encompasses an economic Burden on the City to let the legislature know sees no Speed Cut Santa be . A -. Sen. Pete Domenici r-., says a lifting of the nationwide s5-mile per hour Speed limit should not be expected this summer. Domenici said during a news conference in Santa be Friday that the Congress has a responsibility to review the effect the reduced Speed has had on safety on the nation s highways. Quot it is absolutely amazing what the Tower Speed limit coupled with reduced traffic has done to make highways More he said. Testimony Given recently before the transportation subcommittee indicates that in two months the Highway death rate has been reduced by 35 per cent. Congress must not Only look at the safety factors involved in the reduced Speed but also what it has meant in Energy conservation he said. The nation s freeways and streets can serve As a Laboratory for a safety study while the reduced Spe limit is in effect he said. Domenici said he Felt that to this Point. Congress has done Little or nothing to help solve the Energy crisis. The doily tim try och a 10,000 hemp to doily i jambs n. Rowland . And John e. Toohy. . Architects and planners Are pleased to announce the formation of a partnership for the purposes of providing Complete comprehensive architectural and planning service for the four Corners area. With offices located in the municipal Annex at $50 municipal drive Farmington new Mexico. 325-3202.youil flip at this a Metal cabinets sinks China cabinets wardrobes base cabinets overhead sink cabinets Broom closets ail Stock Musi so to make room for new line of Cabins array ino in May. All Cabin Rry solidly reduced for Ouick Earana. 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