66 Death Car Found in Utah January 17, 1956 From murder in Budville, NM

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66 Death Car Found in Utah
January 17, 1956
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of the It’s vie do to victory. 66 Death Car Found Polio Vaccine Available To Children 1-19 rise of in to to says the Roswell the contender with to because they going and Dr. James R. Scott, district health officer, has announced through the Otero county health office that polio vaccine now is available from private physicians or at the county health department clinics for children from one through 19 years of age, and for pregnant Relatives Return From Rites For Fatally Burned Children women. Private physicians currently are receiving approximately 75 percent percent of the available polio vaccine, with the remaining 25 percent supplied supplied to county health departments, Dr. Scott explained. “This is to assure that all children will be able to have polio shots regardless of their ability to pay,” he added. The Otero county health department department is located at 10th and New old bank building. Parents are advised to call at the health department offices or to telephone 293 for an appointment for their children to receive the vaccine. Parents bringing their children to the health department clinics will not be required to prove they are not able to pay for the vaccine, department officials said. The recommended schedule of immunizations consists of three inoculations, inoculations, with the second inoculation inoculation given one month after the first, and the third inoculation seven to ten months after the second. “Therefore, the poliomyelitis poliomyelitis immunization series should be A number of Alamogordo relatives relatives returned last weekend from attending the dual funeral in Bisbee, Bisbee, Ariz., of two seven-year-old girls who were fatally burned when a house was destroyed by fire there a week ago today. The victims were Martha Irma Garcia and Cecilia Esquivel, the former the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Garcia, owners of the home, and the Esquivel child was the daughter of Mrs. Billie Esquivel, Esquivel, a student nurse. Cecilia was staying with the Garcias while her mother attended nursing school. Raymond Garcia was born in Alamogordo. His parents, originally originally from Carrizozo, lived here for a time. Through efforts of the Red Cross, the American Legion post, the churches and generous citizens, a fund of more than $500 was raised in Bisbee to aid the Garcia family, which lost everything in the fire. The funeral for the girls was held Saturday at 9 a. rn. in Sacred Heart church in Bisbee. Among those present from Alamogordo were: Mr. and Mrs. Hilario M. Maes, their son Lucio and their granddaughter Helen, and Mrs. Eulojia Madrid. Other relatives here are Mrs. Petra Hill, of 223 Maryland avenue, and Mrs. Patsy Dolan Smith, of 205 Delaware avenue. avenue. Late Bulletins DENVER (ff-^Snowfall ranging ranging up to 17 inches blanketed southwestern Colorado today as a storm front which brought snow and rain elsewhere in Colorado Colorado and Wyoming moved slowly slowly into New Mexico. WASHINGTON iff —Secretary of State Dulles said today the United States must take “a calculated risk for peace” when its vital interests are challenged by a potential aggressor. aggressor. WASHINGTON <ff—A price of $64.50 a share was placed today on tomorrow's vest public offering offering of Ford Motor Co. stock. The Ford Foundation Inc., will reap $642,600,000 from the biggest corporate equity financing in history. SAN FRANCISCO Off— Engineers kept watchful eyes and constant patrols on the raging Feather River River at Yuba City today as other areas in the state counted fresh flood losses. Major new damage appeared to be at two qoastal resort resort villages, Bolinas and Stinson Beach, both in Marin county, which yesterday was included in flood disaster areas by President Eisenhower. Men Who Left Auto On Utah Road Sought By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS State police said today the bloodstained car of a man found slain alongside a New Mexico highway has been found abandoned in Utah. State Police Capt. R. L. Scroggins Scroggins said “good information” is had on men seen in the vicinity of the 1955 model car which belonged belonged to Ralph Henderson Rainey of Santa Monica, Calif. Rainey’s body was found alongside alongside U. S. Highway 66 near Budville, Budville, west of Albuquerque, last week. Sheriff Fay Gillette of Toelle, Utah, found the car on a highway west of Salt Lake City yesterday, Scroggins said. It was not identified identified as belonging to Rainey until today, however, through checks with the FBI at Los Angeles. There was blood on the front seat. Some clothing was found in the car, including a suit which contained in one pocket a card bearing the dead man’s name and address. The vehicle had been stripped of its license plates. Scroggins said people had been found by Utah authorities who had seen men near the car, which was parked near a town named Low. He said Utah authorities are attempting attempting to locate the suspects. The officer said he is convinced that Rainey’s killing was the work of hitchhikers. at in in M.; Martha T. Alamogordo. by

Clipped from Alamogordo Daily News17 Jan 1956, TuePage 1

Alamogordo Daily News (Alamogordo, New Mexico)17 Jan 1956, TuePage 1
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