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Farmington Daily Times (Newspaper) - May 12, 1974, Farmington, New Mexico To Tady Muy Uiti Fira Ihm n i Defly Utec another truck shutdown urged by Louise Cook Aiko lilt Pratt writer militant Independent trucker Are urging another shutdown to protect High fuel Price and lower Speed limit but Moat Drivers say they la keep rolling. Quot Moat truckers. Can see no gain from a strike Quot said Frank Sigloh a Drivers spokesman in Idaho. Quot they re concerned about prices of course but a strike in t going to do a darned thing for Michael Parkhurst editor of overdrive Magazine has urged Driver owners to pull off the Road at 12 01 . Monday. A spokesman for Parkhurst predicted that 80,000 to 90,000 truckers win participate and said that Koukl be 80 or 90 per cent of All the owner Drivers in the country. Parkhurst was one of the graduation set for Hoad Start head Start children attending school half Days will graduate during exercises tuesday at 7 . At the Brookside Park Amphitheater. Chester Miszkiel of the Farmington school administration staff will be featured speaker and a Brief program win be conducted. Connie a Nix of the head Start Parent Council also will be speaking. A picnic will follow exercises. Leaders of a truckers shutdown in january and february that sparked violence in mme areas Cut truck traffic on major highways and resulted in partial fuel Price rollbacks. An associated press Survey on saturday showed however that most truckers Don t support Parkhurst in his new shutdown Call. Quot this Mike Parkhurst aint making truck payments while he i calling for a strike Quot said a Driver at cuts Ivock Stop in Clarksville ind., just Croaa the Ohio River from Louisville by. Quot he ought to keep printing his Magazine and mind his own business while the rest of us have to keep several Drivers said the january shutdown and a similar action last december had Cost them Money i Don t feel there s anything we can gain by it another shutdown Quot said George Nichoson Peai Dent of the det Narva Independent truckers which represents about 200 owner driers in Delaware Maryland and Virginia. Quot we be been through it two times before and not gotten William Hill pre Ament of the fraternal association of steel haulers and one of the negotiators in last Winter s shutdown Sakl another work stoppage was Quot a last he said some of the Drivers main problem including availability of diesel fuel had been re owed after the last strike. Members of the Arkansas 2-year-old boy struck by Auto a two year Oil Shiprock boy was treated at san Juan Hospital Friday night and then released after he reportedly was struck by a . Attendants said Loren Smith son of or. And mrs. Tom Smith suffered contusions and abrasion. Details of the mishap were not available saturday. In other accidents Nerie so Faulkens 36, of 4113 Windsor was checked at the Hospital for a bump on the head about 5 40 . She was involved in a to her collision about 3 . At Apache and Auburn. The other Driver. Conception Gage 43, of 728 Elpaso or. Was cited for vehicle turning left at an interaction. Cited for a violation in vehicle entering intersection following a two collision about 2 . At Orchard and Comanche was Gaudine Bennett 18, of Farmington. Hie other Driver was Melba Lane r Wiles 41, of 503 s. Orchard. A caution for limit Tiomi on backing was issued to Delbert e. Go Ghuy 64, of 2328 e. 12th, after the he was driving collided with an Auto driven by Tom l Gosling 18, of 4633 Gila about 2 . Near the Golighty residence. Neal Hollingsworth 22, of 912 Pine pi., was died for turning movements and required signals after his vehicle collided with an Auto driven by Clarence Dixon 18, of Many farms Ariz. The mishap occurred about 3 30 . At 536 e. Main. Cited for vehicle required the be in Safe Cei Millie a mo4 Driver s lice ice raq bid after the she was driving collided with a a Divide driven by Troy p. Kennedy 56, of �6 e. Navajo about 9 am. At mixer and Pinon waa Berta Barton 21, of Shiprock. In belated reports Walter l Kerby 20, of 402 e. Hopi was cited for Driver s License required and required to Aitken and method of turning at an interaction following a two vehicle Accident at Vine Ani Broadway about 7 30 . Thursday. The other Driver was Darrell r. Browder 42, of a Ken a. A a Tatum for limitation on backing waa i armed to Mary Alice Begay 30, of 1211 n. Lincoln after the she backed her into a parked Auto owned by Susan Kannard 1210 n. Linncon on n. Lincoln about 5 . Wednesday. Independent thinkers association voted not to go with the shutdown. Quot if anybody thinks a shutdown will Roll Back fuel prices i thi Idi he s nuts Quot said one a Iver. Frank Fitzsimmons president of the teamsters Union which opposed the last shutdown said again that his group does not in any Way support a new work stoppage. Among those groups who said the would support the protest were the truckers association of the Midwest and truckers for Justice a group based in Phoenix Arix. Grants awarded Santa be . A tie Southwest mental health Center in Las Cruces is to receive a $158,100 Grant from the department of health education and welfare. The Grant to be used for staffing was announced by the state depart nent of hospitals and institutions. Prisoner taken iii Dies a 36-year-okl Fruitland Man James Robert Joe was dead on arrival at san Juan Hospital Friday night after becoming in at the City jau. According to police reports Joe became ill in his cell shortly after 11 . Resuscitation was administered by police officers and the City fire department Rescue unit which transported Joe to the Hospital. An autopsy has been s body found in so River the body of a Man found in the san Juan River near Kirtland Friday night has been Kle notified As Willie Harrison age and address unknown. San Juan county undersheriff Doug Brown said the badly deem Palaad body appeared to have been in the River Quot quite some Brown also said the death appear to have no connection with the recent murders of three Navajo men near Farmington. The body which county medical examiner Roy Marcum said was identified saturday by a relative of the victim has been sent to Albuquerque for an autopsy. Marcum has requested an immediate report by Telephone. According to Brown the body was fully clothed and there were no visible Marks on it. A Waunet containing water soaked papers was found on the Man Brown added. The body was discovered about 6 30 . Friday in the a Trinity of Liona Park by an unidentified answer for concerned parents and student Christian heritage school a ministry of Grace Baptist Church 2200 n. Sullivan a accelerated Christian education highest academic standards extremely qualified staff plus curriculum which is Christia challenging and of highest academic standards education with both controlled and motivated learning Christian heritage school is not permissive. Incentives and discipline Are maintained a Best possible College preparation our student body has nearly doubled since the opening of school last september grades one through education the Hope of our nation does not Gost it pays m Berio Tiki ii now Fer the 1974-75 school torm Minimi Ilion and visits Polho school mtg to Mido by Call iii 325-7802 325-2665 Hurst named to stale office . Quot Bob Quot Hurst Farmington insurance agent was named first vice president of tie new Mexico Sute Asa Ocia Uon of life underwriters during the association s two Lay convention ending Friday in us Cruces. Named president was de Helsel of Las Cruces. Other officers include Henry Anderson of Albuquerque presi Dent elect Leroy Bonds of Hobbs second vice president and Linden matched of Albuquerque Secretary treasurer. Guest speaker for the convention was Norman r. Levine vice president of the National association of life underwriters Washington . Levine told the insurance men there was a need for them and a other members of each Community to become involved in problems at the local level. Worker Hurt local police investigating several reports of thefts seriously Ben Harris 60, of 7 0 s. Buyer was listed in serious condition in the intensive care unit at san Juan Hospital saturday morning with an injury reportedly sustained when a tank ran Over the limb Friday afternoon. Harris an employee of american tank and steel apparently was working at uie firm s Yard at 2615 san Juan Byrd. At the time of the mishap. In other Hospital reports. Press Muniz of Blanco was treated about 2 . Saturday for a laceration of the hand reportedly received in an altercation. He was released after treatment. Checked about 5 30 . Friday and then released was Nicky Alcon 21, of Farmington who became in at a downtown restaurant. Also checked and then released was Menda Stroup 15, of fax a Vista who reportedly became dizzy while swimming with a school class about 10 am. Friday. Several reports of thefts Inch Kung tie pm of about 6q0 Worth of tools tum a local service station were investigated by police Friday. Reporting the loss of the tools was Reed shed station 2116 e. Main. Pouce Sam a Cash drawer also was ransacked. A window in the building was broken police said. Dennis Goebel an Emp Are of e. Main Gulf service 2004 e. Main and also an ambulance Driver Toki police is bag containing $130 in Cut was taken from his vehicle sometime Friday night. Goebel Sakl he put the Money bag in the ambulance he was driving when he closed the station about 6 . Friday. He discovered the Money missing about 4 . Saturday after making several ambulance Calls. Reporting the loss of a bicycle valued at $100, was Jimmy m. Sullings 319 e. Tycksen. He Tom police the Bike was taken from his residence wednesday night. Loss of a wheel rim cover was reported by Patsy l. Howie 5427 Foothills. She said the cover valued at $10.15, was taken from her while parked at san Juan College Quot Niue Day morning. Reporting the pm of a tire and rim taken from a on the tot was Smoak Chevrolet Airport and main. Loas was estimated at $00. Mrs. Don Bloomfield 2005 Schofiel reported that a tape player valued at $00, was taken from her while parked at 110 e. Broadway thursday. A seve Ireat of boy Kaltha James son of or. And mrs. Arthur James 1318 st. James pi., was treated at a Ysl Dan s office for a lacerate a of the head Friday afternoon. The physic int met Santa be . Apr. . Hod Tai of Albuquerque will be installed As president of the new Mexico medical society at its 80th annual meeting May 22-24. Hodgin a graduate of the University of Pittsburg medical school has been in private medical prac to e in Albuquerque since 1006. Boy s father told police the pm was struck in the head with i Rock thrown by an unknown boy in the al Dolty of Apache and Glade. Fire Man report Ihfe groot al re to Farmington firemen Eit Inott shed three grass fires Friday without damage. The first Blase was reported at 11 30 . At Pinon and Locke. The other fires occurred at 4 00 . Behind the Dustin st. Piggy wiggly and at 4 10 . At 600 s. Miller a capable Leader Joe Skeen for governor june 4th rep Bucan Jock headed for Denver again Young kidney transplant recipient faces surgery mrs. Dan Jacq Huntsman. 32-year-okl Farmington Mother who is recuperating from a kidney transplant disclosed saturday she is facing More surgery. Mrs. Huntsman said she is scheduled to undergo Throat surgery thursday at Denver Colo. General Hospital for removal of her parathyroid glands. She explained the operation is expected to decrease Calcium Bui Khop which accumulated for several years prior to the transplant while she was kept alive by a kid dialysis machine. Doctors have told mrs. Huntsman she Shoukal be hospitalized this time for about 10 Days. She plans to Fly to Denver monday. Her husband will drive up later and be there for the surgery. Accounts have been Opi in both the first National and Farmington National Banks to assist the Huntsman with their astronomical medical expenses. Checks May be made payable to the Jacq Huntsman kidney fund in either Bank. The Kelney transplant was done last november. Please vote for Ray Marshall do Moc Ratie candidate for county treasurer primary june 4th i 18 year banking experience tia is Wusi Ameo fill m4 pol. And it Rimrock motor inn complimentary orchids to every Mother Mother s Day special 12 to 9 pm Mother s Day by a fam special fresh Strawberry Pon cokes with fresh whipped Cream. $1.25 Rock Cornish game Hen wild Rice dressing baked Ham fruit wine sauce prime rib a jus All meats incl Iuie soup or Saiad dessert sherbet m ukr of Milf Tenn Essky life Chuck Harrington Hugh s. He of s now thru Aetna use amp casually he ran int Urr an few As 2 employees. Tennessee life insurance offem business use amp pension Plai Inin. Girne in and talk about it today. Four Corners Agency inc. 422 w. Broadway pm. 325-2359 823 w. Main a 325-0607 Quot next to furniture Market Quot Yumi suction of fund furniture bedding appliances lamps tvs and Many More items. We buy sell Trade lease a sofas sleepers. Recliners choirs end Tobies Coffee Tobies lamps Dinette sets Odd choirs Tobies stoves refrigerators Beds head boards Odd chests dressers mirrors Box Springs amp mattresses a All sizes Fromes to s radios washers dryers. Sis of Audi Jmie a Fisci Ihring denier a is w. Aiu iii

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