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Los Lunas Valencia County News Newspaper Archives Nov 8 1973, Page 1

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Los Lunas Valencia County News (Newspaper) - November 8, 1973, Los Lunas, New Mexico Valencia county i no by Biri leads the halloween Parade at the head Start school at Adelino. She s really i St Lier Garcia teacher. The youngsters dubbed her a the big her hairy mask is to run ditto. State sen. Tibo j. Chave of Belen says he s definitely a candidate for governor on the democratic ticket. His commitment will bring about some announcements from others who have indicated they would seek Chave a Senate seat. Among them Raymond Chave of Belen who said he will run for lieutenant governor or the slate Senate depending on whether or not Libo s Senate position will have to be vacated in favor of his candidacy. Sen. Chave said he has been travelling around the state getting the reaction to his candidacy for governor and although he still has a few places to visit he was encouraged enough to make the decision. A Veteran politician Chave has been Iii state government 23 years four As lieutenant governor and i1 in the Senate. He has been Senate majority Leader seven years. Quot people indicate they feel i have served Well and that my time has been spent in serv ing the Best interests of new Mexico Quot he said. He said he would develop a program and issues a was we go Chave said his wife Betty has been travelling with him. A she enjoys meeting people and has been a great Comfort and an advisor. Well be running As a team Quot he said. Senator and mrs. Chave have Lour sons Chris who farms Reggie a contractor who illustrated the senator s latest Book on new Mexico folklore Tibo jr., a student in Chihuahua Mexico and David a senior at Belen High school. Raymond Chave a former school teacher in Albuquerque also has been Active Iii politics for a number of years. He served As a Justice of the peace for six years. He was a Democrat then and was one of the continued on Page j animal ordinance is adopted the Long awaited animal control ordinance was passed by the Valencia county commission monday and Boleslo Romero was appointed animal control officer. The ordinance passed by a unanimous vote of the commission after a Public hearing becomes effective nov. 20. It sets a Fine of $100 or 90 Days in jail or both on a person abandoning an animal in the confines of the county and prohibits cruelty to animals. The animal control officer and his deputies Are authorized to go upon unenclosed lots or lands for the purpose of taking into custody for impounding any animal found running at Large contrary to the provisions of the ordinance. Animals will be impounded and the owners if known will be notified of the animal is not picked up or claimed within four Days it will be disposed of humanely. I he ordinance requires that the of tier of a female i g or cat shall keep the animal penned when it is in season Quot in a Mariner that will preclude occurrence of a Public it prohibits the keeping of vicious animals and authorizes the control officer to request the owner of a vicious animal to destroy it or turn it Over to him for destruction c control officers will be appointed from among Road department employees for the present and provision will be made for hiring such officers in the next budget. In addition to Romero another will be named to handle cases in the Western part of the county. Another Section of the ordinance provides that complaints regarding animal nuisances any animal or animals that habitually or continuously bark howl or otherwise disturb the peace and quiet shall be in writing giving the name and address of persons permitting the nuisance to occur. Violation of any provision of the ordinance is deemed a Misdemeanour and upon conviction the violator is subject to a Fine not exceeding is of or jail for no More than 90 Days. Or both. In other action commissioners named i die Peter and Gene Molaris to the county valuation protest Board on a recommendation from county assessor Lucy Brubaker. Coni inned on Page 2 la Homecoming rally tonight when tigers meet there s bound to be a Battle especially when they re in Contention for the District championship. I he los Lunas tigers will have their claws out tor the Aztec tigers Friday night in the big game that will Climax a week of Homecoming activities game time is 7 . At the los Lunas Field. I he los l unas boosters club is planning a rally for the major part of its meeting tonight i thursday at 7 at the High school. A Bonfire. Sponsored by the los Lunas Jaycees will add a spark to the evening s festivities. T earn members coaches cheerleaders and Tiger ettes the band and the Junior High school Pep squad will be on hand to bolster the growing support shown by Tiger fans. I he importance of a Victory Over Aztec is More than just having a successful Homecoming or winning the last season game. A win would tighten the race for first place and could conceivably result in a first place season finish for the tigers. Quot the never say die attitude has brought the los Lunas t igers this far and it s time for a lot of people who have Hung Back this season to come Forward and show these boys they Are not alone Quot a club spokesman said. Members of the boosters c Lub have been collecting tickets at various sports events. This Volunteer action saves the athletic dept from having to pay people for ticket taking duty. Chairman of the project is Dodie Jaramillo continued on Page 2 l l Boch i attention adv or users due to rising costs new rates for advertising in the Valencia county Avha will go into effect immediately. This is the first time in five years that news rates have been raised. The rate for display classified ads is now $1.80 per column Inch. Line ads Are 6 cents a word with minimum charge of $1. For information on the Price of display advertising Call the Valencia county news 865-7477

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