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Portales News Tribune (Newspaper) - August 29, 2015, Portales, New Mexico Page 2 a Sam rim a. 29, 201 s Clovis news journal a Portales news Tribune a a on this Date. 1975 slate game Olti vials met in Portales and decided Quail season would be 21 Das Shorter in Eastern new Mexico than the rest of the state. Ranchers told came commissioners that cattle were accustomed to Scenic Lehi Des with feed in january that meant Ibex followed vehicles including those belonging to Quail Hunters. As a result Quad season for Curry. De Baca. A Tux and Roosevelt counties xxx As set for nov. 27 through Jan. 4. The rest of the states sea son ran from nox 27 through Jan. 25 1975 Stanley Hancock. 42. Was Clovis new Post master. Hancock w to succeeded the late Charles Stanfield had worked for the Post Clovis suffers rash of vehicle burglaries office since 1959. 1945 pastern new Mexico College was planning to have a football team for the first time since the beginning of the War in 1941. Coach Al Garten was expecting 25 players for practice. Pages past is compiled by editor David Stevens. For More regional history Check out his weblog at staff report multiple vehicles were broken into thursday Between 2 30 . And 5 30 . Around Lew Wallace drive according to Clovis interim police chief Doug Ford. Ford said All burglaries were Quot Opportunity Type where vehicles were not locked. Burglars pulled door handles to see if they were locked. If not. He said they were Able to steal Valu Ables including ipod and wallets. A a we be put several Public service announcements out on Ford said. Quot please done to leave your valuables in the car. Put them where burglars can to Sec them. All these burglaries were where vehicles weren to secured. They rattled doors pulled door handles opened them and got right in to take this Ford said investigators have knocked on doors speaking to residents in the area to see if they witnessed anything suspicious started looking for Security cameras that May be helpful in the ongoing investigation and dusted for fingerprints. No suspects have been found. Ford said. Quot unfortunately we re not the town i grew up in Quot said Ford a Clovis native. Quot its a different time Frame a different area. This crime is police ask anyone with information Call them at 575 769-1921. Been a Good year for orb weavers d death notices Edna Hammons Edna Hammons too. Of san Jon died thursday. Aug 27. 2015. In Logan. She was born nox la. 1914. In Ranger. Texas. She was a retired sales clerk from a Pennex in Portales. Survivors include a daughter Joyce thrasher. Services 10 30 a in tuesday at w heeler mortuary Chapel information 5 4455. Services pending e Lorinda i Lih Arri. 72, of Clovis died Frida to it 2015, at her Home. Arrangements Are by Steed Todd fungi h ase. Wheel i Ivor Thuiy 500lm�?~brule, no funerals today Mildred Boney Moyers 9 . At Kingswood methodist c Hurch. Clovis Marx Chave la . At legacy life family c Hurch Clovis Jonelle Jordan a 11 . At Bosque farms Margie Hartman a 12 30 . At Mission Jarden of memories. Clovis Ntonio Quot Tony Gennaro 2 . At Wheeler mortuary Chapel. Portales monday i Truett Carmi at Cowboy Church in la Junta. Colorado tuesday Edna Hammons a 10 30 . At Wheeler mortuary Chapel. Portales sept. 12 Martha sates a 7 . At the fraternal order of eagles Roswell 2 . On to Freak out just i yet because they re not exactly taking Over a its just a really Good year to be a spider. It might be disconcerting to some especially those suffering from Arachnophobia but with the optimal conditions on the High Plains in recent weeks spiders Are Loving life and the Region is being decorated with webs to prove it. The spiders most commonly making an appearance in the area these Days Are known As orb weavers a classification that accounts for More than 3,000 types of spiders distinctly known for their spiral web building. They Start out really tiny and manage to escape notice but they Are always grow ing and the More they eat. The bigger they and their webs can get a often averaging 6 feet across. Some orb weavers can be particularly disturbing to look at because they can grow very Large often have colourful markings and can have body shapes similar to dangerous spiders such As the Black widow which has a Large round Abdomen and Long Skinny legs. Unlike the Black Willow however which can inflict a painful and potentially fatal bite orb weavers Are considered non aggressive to humans rarely bite and have very Low toxicity venom in fact the greatest risk orb weavers pose to people is the fright that kicks in after walking through one of their webs which is really much harder on them because not Only do they have to rebuild their masterpiece they be just been attacked by a terrifying flailing and Yelling Gargantuan web Crasher. At Home in gardens and Fields orb weavers Are dedicated Hunters who stretch their Large webs Between tree tops near outdoor lights and pretty much Between any objects that will maximize their opportunities. Some of them even build a new web each Day. As much As they May creep some people out. They Are actually a big help to the arca right now considering extra Rainy Summers mean population booms in All kinds of species especially the ones people really done to like such As Hies. Crop eating Grasshoppers Moths and Sharna Johnson a in search of ponies so on. And the arca needs All the help it can get. Quot the higher than Normal amount of rainfall this Spring summer has caused a Spike in Grasshoppers and insects generally. Therefore the spiders which eat Only insects arc very Happy this year Quot said Darren Pollock the invertebrate zoologist a or official Bug Guy a at Eastern new Mexico University a biology department. In fact. Pollock said the High number of insects in the area is stimulating All kinds of Bug chowing critters a lizards toads praying Matises dragonflies and yes spiders. A sweep of the ground Al night with a Bright Light will reveal the twinkling Golden eyes of Wolf spiders in every direction. Pollock said noting that their population is also flourishing of late. Extremely adept Hunters with great eyesight Wolf spiders can certainly put a Dent in the insect population and though they re most Likely to run away from people they arc capable of a non lethal but painful bite when provoked. And they be been so successful this year Pollock said he suspects the spiders the area is seeing it this Point Are the second generation to Hatch this season. For some people the eight legged among us Are a terrifying presence an awareness of which prompts screams and a frenzied scramble for the nearest object with which to kill them a and for those folks there a no convincing them spiders come with benefits. For the More tolerant however it serves to remember that in those years when its Good to be a spider it s also very Good to have spiders around. Sharna Johnson is a writer who is always searching for ponies. You can reach her at inseam Choponies for current funeral Simce arrangement is tunes 575-356-1234 for 24 hour assistance amp information 575-3564455 re. Aet or Rug by it Man of unum cok by St to 1924. Or aah my j pm Arnht Dun id Kuuri in gum Yuwu a it Ned Hui Simoum Hull Hutu but. Elac from Page 1 Emu training and technical assistance program tap. Stubbs discussed possible solutions from the state level that Are in the idea phase of solving the issues presented. Some of the solution ideas were incentives for the programs. Funnelling More Money to the programs to assist in creating a High level of Quality As Well As developing a resource system to see what the Community programs should be trying to emulate. Kab Militar program vat ,0 Quot Dpi director Alicel in Terry found the meeting very helpful and useful. Quot it was helpful to have the meeting because it gives the Public a Chance to have a voice and to express the importance of Early childhood education As Well As challenges that those in the Field said Terry. The town Hall meetings will be concluded before oct. I to ensure that the knowledge gained from the communities is in the Elac annual report. Quot the Elac report goes to the governor and is also shared with the legislature and state departments that we staff photo Rae Arnett Robin Wells left and Erica Stubbs discuss Early childhood education at the Elac meeting thursday evening. Support it will contain recommendations strengths and what s working in the state As Well As things that have been addressed this year Quot said Stubbs. Condolences Wayland Clovis news journal news Tribune Quay county Sun your town. Your trusted news team. Exclusive subscriber benefits a print Home delivery a themed special sections a pull out shopping circulars a unlimited web Access a much More subscribe today 575-763-3431 from Page 1 focused and distinctively Christian environment for professional Success and service to god and Desiree Langford who received her masters degree in education Friday morning said her 15-month journey was a great experience. Quot it was a great spiritual education that in be never had before and i highly recommend it for everybody a Langford said. Thirteen graduates received their masters degrees Friday morning followed by 13 More graduates receiving baccalaureate degrees. Six certificates in Christian ministry were awarded one of which was Given in memory of Billy e. Askew 50, who died in March just a few classes Short of his degree. Askews widow accepted the certificate after an emotional word from Mitchell. Quot he will be greatly Mitchell said handing the certificate to Bernadette Askew. 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