CLASSIFIED ADS flrat » for „ MCw ~* far Employment » «^ ly^-y* Opportunity Phone in Your Ad 483-6919 APPLIANCE Salt. ••* Scnlc* ALLyou^apgrfiance needs SALES-SERVICE-PARTS 124 N. 2nd | Raton 445-5952 PART-TIME JOBS with New Mexico National Guard in Springer and other armories in NM. Good part-time pay, educational assistance, travel, insurance, retirement program and 'more. Ages 17 to 34 (higher age limit for prior service applicants). Call Sergeant Jerry Smith, 4335991 or 483-2462. Thompson's Raton Tire We can special order •any large size pickup tire! 133 Clayton Rd*. Raton 445-2550 * ZIA SERVICE & SUPPLY J * (Formerly Western Trails) * *Lube, Oil Change, Tune-Up J * „ Auto Repair * * New and Used Tires '•* * Mike Olson • J I 376-29-42 Cimarron J *********'********* FOR SALE PRICE REDUCED 14' x 32' large red barn Retail $4,142 YOUR COST $2,986 Many other buildings on Sale FOR SALE 40 ACREIRRIGATEJDJFARM IN Miami, N.M. w/house and barn $85,000.00 Call William Press 483-2977 1501 Whiftier RATON 445-2702 SPRINGER NEWS BULLETIN and CIMARRON NEWS $15.00 Make Check Payable To: Springer NEWS BULLETIN P.O. Box 396 Springer, New Mexico 87747 NAME ADDRESS Gifi Subscription New Subscription Renewal FINANCIAL CONSULTANT IN RATON RATON - Ralph Schrader of the financial services firm Edward D. Jones & Co., a member of the New York Stock Exchange, Inc., and Securities Investor Protection Corportaion, is finalizing plans to open an office in Raton. Over the next few months, Schrafer will begin introducing himself to the business people and residents of the area. "We're very excited to extend our services to this area," said "John Bachmann, managing partner of the firm. "All our registered representatives have built their businesses with a genuine concern for their clients' welfare, and Ralph will be able to continue this tradition by providing one-on-one service to the people of northeastern New Mexico by offering only high- quality, conservative investments." Schrader said, "I'm eager to become acquainted with all the people of Raton and the surrounding communities. I'm looking forward to settling down here and am planning to be an active member of the community." Edward D. Jones & Co. was founded in 1871. Today, its home office is located in Maryland Heights, Mo., just outside St. Louis. With more than 1,100 branch offices in small communities and metropolitan areas in 36 states, Edward D. Jones & Co. has become the largest financial services firm in the nation.in terms of retail offices. The firm's reputation is built on a conservative investment philosophy that stresses the importance of the individual investor. Edward D. Jones & Co. representatives sell low-risk securities such as federal tax-exempt bonds, mutual funds, common stock and tax-advantaged securities. A conservative philosophy and a dedication to excellent client service has made the firm one of the most successful in the securities industry. Apr, 3,1987 NEWS BULLETIN | The Glas Weld System of repair will permanently A stop crack extension and restore visibility to rock | damaged areas of your Windshield. This .can be done 9 without removing the windshield. And we come to you! | In most cases, insurance companies will pay for | (he repair with no cost to you! jC-all: GARY SAUNDERS Usingthe I at Gladstone Q Glas\\ydSystem I 485-2406 Advanced Technology in Glass Repair Bend OR WHISTLE BLOWER FILES 2nd SUIT SANTA FE - State Police Lt. Leo Martinez has filed a $500,000 federal lawsuit against Chief Maurice Payne and legal adviser Robert Gardenhire, charging that they retaliated against him for bringing a previous lawsuit against the department and for exposing police misconduct. Lt. Martinez was awarded $300,000 last year by a federal jury after it found that former chief Martin Vigil and supervisor Bruce Glasgow had violated Martinez 1 civil rights. Also named as defendants are current and former State Police officers Eddie Castillo, Andrew Benevidez, Paul Mares, Robert Gonzales and Al Miller. In the 17-page complaint, Martinez claims that Gardenhire had a long-standing bias against him for revealing instances of police misconduct, and that Gardenhire "directly participated in the campaign of harassment" against him. The suit states that Gardenhire made false statements to Payne about Martinez in an attempt to discredit him and tried to obstruct the original suit by withholding >key documents. ' In his suit, Martinez said a campaign of harassment was launched against him not only because of the first suit, but for two other incidents, including his participation in a 1985 investigtion against Benevides, Mares and other employees, who were charged with stealing evidence. Ben: evidez subsequently confessed to the thefts. The second incident involved his attempt to get Mares suspended after he failed to respond to a traffic accident call in 1984. The driver was later found dead at the scene due to exposure, the suit said. As a result, the suit states, Martinez was subject to a campaign of harassment, which included: *Having a request for re- I call: RMon. Utow MMto» aW>W : Bt» (50S)44MS»1 MM.: (SOS) 44S-3M2—— Personal Health insurance IhPlStatf Farrmwav 1 . MM farm tCOmwntr Western Bank W7 MAIN OFFICE — WMnrtR*.. ***»«»•*"
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