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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - March 4, 1990, Farmington, New Mexico $ amp Plymouth dodger jeep Eagle Chrysler s Farmington motors is it where the action is s a a a done to miss Itu i King the value store where your Dollar buys More motors 2508 East main 905 327-4424 us and warranty ask dealer for details a it quot Al quot. Farmington motors will sponsor a monster truck pull March 9 and 10, Mcgee Park a Bloomfield Hwy. See these trucks crush cars on our lot March 8 and 9 we will be crushing prices for this event free Popcorn and Pepsi what do you think City residents were asked Friday if they agreed or disagreed with mandatory 2-hour jail sentences for convicted Drunken Drivers a move currently being considered by the Farmington City Council. The question was posed at the Farmington Post office. Marion Warren a i work at the Hospital and i would love to see it. Id like to see those Guys taken off the streets. They Are putting too Many people into Devon Green a yes i think they should be punished. The mandatory sentences Are George Bennett a i agree with the proposal. I think too Many people Are drinking and failing to be responsible. They should be shown the consequences of Clara Landers a i think it is a Good idea because there Are too Many Drunken Drivers on the streets. And they done to seem to get sentences that affect them very Bob buckles a i am in favor of the mandatory sentences. Well i done to think they Are strict enough now and something ought to be done to Stop people from drinking and then Robert Oakman a that should work. In a from California and it works there. It really Farmington . Daily Tima sunday March 4, 1990�?a3 crime stoppers Aztec a san Juan county crime stoppers offers Cash rewards of up to $1,000 for information on crimes. Crime stoppers is seeking information on the following this week a Black paint was sprayed on a Mobile Home at 3 county Road 5021 on feb. 24 or 25. A tools furniture and household items were stolen from a business in the 900 Block of East Miflin Street Farmington feb. 24 or 25. A a vehicle described As a Brown Over tan 1987 to 1989 full size Ford Bronco rammed the West Gate at Pinon Hills Golf course feb. 24, causing an estimated $1,000 in damage. A Mechanic and carpentry tools were taken from a barn located at 4476 . 550 Between feb. 20 and 23. A a refrigerator was stolen from a Mobile Home at 3 county Road 5758 Between feb. 14 amp 19. Firm has designed hospitals a k Mart employees had a confrontation in a shoplifting with two Anglo women in the parking lot of the store at about 3 . On feb. 4. The women were last seen driving a tan Over Gold 1978 Oldsmobile two door. Police Are asking anyone who May have seen the incident to Contact them. Tori Adams daily times Bureau Shiprock the architectural firm that will design the new Shiprock Hospital has extensive experience designing Large medical facilities. Representatives of Anderson Debartolo pan of Tucson said at a meeting Here that the firm has designed about 40 hospitals and other medical facilities in new Mexico Montana California and several other states said Paul George vice chair ill record Man of the Hospital steering committee. The latest facility the firm de signed was the new naval health facility in Palm Springs Fla. Bids to construct that Hospital will be sought soon he added. Anderson Debartolo pan was chosen earlier this year by the Indian health service to design the $50 million Shiprock Hospital. Before starting the design representatives of the firm told the audience at a reception that they plan to hold a series of meetings later this month with the steering committee Hospital administrators and the Public to gather input to use in the design George said. The firm which specializes in institutional and Hospital design will set up an office on the future site of the new Hospital soon he added. He promised the tribe will help lobby Congress for construction funds. Farmington police police arrested Wayne Werito 23, 425 Dekalb on a charge of Battery. Tim Largo 26, Cuba told them a Man hit him in face at 10 30 . Friday at 1935 san Juan blvd. A Johnson Hardeen 22, 1510 e. Bloomfield was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct Friday. According to a police report a Man who was reportedly in an altercation ran away from police officers when they arrived at 1808 e. 15th St. At 10 30 . Friday. A Ocar Mitchell 32, 928 Glade Lane was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct Friday. Police reported a Man yelled loudly and used foul language after they were called to a parking lot at 510 n. Wall ave. A Lucy Begay 69, of Shiprock told police someone took her purse while she was walking to her vehicle at 1 30 . Friday at the Animas Valley mall parking lot. She told police a Man ran up from behind her and took the purse according to a report. A a cyclist was injured after a vehicle struck him and then drove away Friday afternoon near main Street and Industrial Avenue. Dan Wyrich 21, Aztec suffered injuries to his wrist and ankle after being struck by the vehicle. The vehicle was identified As a 1972 to 1974 two door Green Ford. A Trimi counts 22, no. 28 on county Road 1990, was arrested on a charge of Drunken driving after a two vehicle Accident in a parking lot at 515 e. Main St. A vehicle apparently backed into the rear of another vehicle. A Joe slim 40, Kirtland was arrested on a charge of Drunken driving saturday. Save big Bucks $. 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