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Los Lunas Valencia County News (Newspaper) - June 21, 1973, Los Lunas, New Mexico Valencia county to county budget hearing set a joyous Jesus rally a see Page eight damage suit filed against Osteopath heading a list of five major suits for damages filed recently in Valencia county District court is one for a total of $275,000 against a Belen Osteopath. Elsie and Pedro Mireles a los Lunas couple Are the plaintiffs. Ralph Brower . Of Belen is the defendant. The suit charges that or. Brower was negligent in treating mrs. Mireles for a fracture of the left and a fracture and sprain of the left wrist. Mrs. Mireles is seeking a total of $250,000 compensation for injury pain and suffering loss of earnings and where to report fuel shortages area Farmers who have difficulty obtaining adequate supplies of gasoline and Oil for their agricultural equipment should notify the local office of the county agricultural stabilization and conservation service ass the Eastern Valencia county office is the Simon Neustadt shopping Center in los Lunas. The ass office will Forward complaints to the office of Oil and Gas dept of Interior Washington . Local distributors who have problems obtaining fuel for distribution to agricultural customers should also report to the ass. Earning capacity. Her husband seeks $25,000 compensation for medical expenses and loss of services of his wife. The suit alleges negligence in application of a cast to the and failure to heed the patients complaints of pain from a too tight cast. The patient claims that due to the doctor s negligence three surgical procedures have since been necessary and that despite this treatment there is a permanent loss of use and feeling in the limb. Patricio Jaramillo is seeking a total of $145,000 for medical costs pain and suffering and loss of wages from Emmert Perrigo. The suit charges that Jaramillo was a passenger in a car struck from the rear by or. Perrigon a vehicle on May 4, 1973. The suit alleges that the defendant drove negligently failing to keep a proper Lookout and speeding. A total of $19,650 is sought by Earl Goltz or. From Albert Gutierrez in compensation for injuries suffered in an Auto Accident on oct. 13, 1972, in Grants. The suit alleges that the defendant was driving his vehicle contrary to the Laws of new Mexico and was negligent per be. Juan Vellejo of Tome has filed a suit seeking $3,000 actual damages and $6,000 punitive damages from Elvira Chavez of los Lunas and Gertrude Baca of Albuquerque. The suit alleges that the defendants fraudulently obtained Vallejos signature on a document renouncing his claim to a share of the estate of his deceased parents. According to the suit Vallejos who cannot read English was told by the defendants his Sisters that he had to sign the document in order to receive his share of the estate. The suit also charges that the signatures of two other heirs were obtained fraudulently and affixed to the same document. As a result of this deception the suit claims or. Vallejos. Continued an Page 41 Friday at 9 . At the Valencia county courthouse residents will have their Only Chance to examine and comment on the proposed county budget for the �?T73-�?T74 fiscal year. Milton b. Sanchez county manager estimates the new budget figure to be approximately $987,500 a an increase of almost $300,000 Over the �?T72-�?T73 budget. Revenue sharing accounts for much of the increase according to Sanchez. The county expects to receive approximately $409,000 in Revenue sharing funds during the coming fiscal year. In addition the new budget is based on a total valuation of More than $114 million up from $99,800,000 last year. A county Law enforcement will be Council revises Park proposal to add sewers the Village Council after consultation with representatives of the mid Rio Grande Council of governments and the new Mexico environmental improvement Agency has decided to revise its proposed plan for Daniel Fernandez Park and provide sewer connected restrooms rather than on site disposal facilities. Council took the action after Jim Woods of cog and Ken Cable of Eia explained at their june 14 meeting that the predicted heavy use of Park facilities might make on site waste disposal impractical. Installing sewers instead will Cost perhaps an additional $10,000, said Woods but would prove economical in the Long run since a swimming Pool May be added to the Park in the future. The proposal for the creation of Daniel Fernandez Park goes to the Federal Bureau of reclamation and to the state. The Bor is set to provide approximately 50% of the needed funds the state 25% or $20,000, whichever is less and the Village the remainder. With the sewer line revision total costs of developing the Park May approach $100,000. In other action at the Council meeting Ernest Sichler or. Received permission to extend separate water service to a residence on his property South of state Road six and Village clerk Agustine Archuleta was asked to clarify Price quotations from two companies on fire Coats and helmets in order to determine whether the Price differences quoted to Council reflect a Radical difference in Quality. One company a Price was $54 per coat while another company quoted $32.50 per coat. The Village Council set a Public hearing on a the �?T73- 74 budget for 10 30 . Today june boosted about $50,000 Over the previous year a says Sanchez. A the Road fund is also due to be increased by a healthy amount to pay for paving projects and installation of the county assessor treasurer and clerks offices will Benefit from budget increases approximately 20% higher than last year noted Sanchez. A because of Revenue sharing the higher valuation base and other factors the new budget will have no appreciable effect on local taxes a Sanchez adds. The hearing will be in the county commission meeting room. Farewell party mrs. Aubrey Notman retiring county Home agent will be honoured at a reception on Friday from 1-4 . In the lobby of the Valencia county courthouse los Lunas. Highlights of mrs. Notman a Long career Are reviewed inside today news. Flea Market set for Little league a Flea Market will be held saturday. June 23 beginning at to . For the Benefit of the North Section East Valencia Little league on Highway 47 one half mile North of the 1st National Bank in Bosque farms. Anyone with items to donate or who wishes to Volunteer As a worker should Call Jean Cockrum at 869t3231

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