Local News Features OLOV1S, NEW MEXICO, Wednesday, May 5, 1965, Page 6 Budgets for operation of the Grady and Texico School sys- -.terns were approved by the ... State Public School Finance Division Tuesday but Texico was cut back some $7,000 in funds for new equipment for classroom additions. A. D. McDonald, Texico super- ^intendent who received a $500 "pay raise after plaudits from the school board, said, "We'll just have to move some old equipment into the new classrooms when they are constructed." McDonald, who "didn't ask for a raise," was pictured as an above - average" superintendent when Harry Wuglater, chief of state public school finance told the Texico delegation the budget must be cut. He was looking at the $10,000 salary s budgeted for McDonald in 196566, compared with $9,500 in the current year. "I realize you have a good superintendent," said Wugalter "Well," began F. S. Thigpen, president of the Texico School board, "We feel he's done a good job and although he didn't ask for It, we thought he deserved a raise - but if the budget can't provide for it. Buddy Pierce, vice president of the board, said, "We believe he should have the raise " Wugalter quoted the average superintendent's salary for schools under 500 as ' $9 279 around the state and Pierce said, "We feel he's a little above average." Paul Skaggs, David Turner and Wesley E ngram, other _board members, nodded. The 12- Due 7,000; raise remained in the hudcef The budget items that were cut included $10.900 marked for new equipment to furnish the $130,000 addition approved in voters last March. The total funds budgeted now are S"> (i?> And $55.000 budgeted for main" tendance was sliced to ,'!,ooo The cuts were necessary, explained Wugalter, to pn,\ l: je $10,026 for the emergency fund ;is required by Male law. Texieo'.s l)ud t ;< I totaled S-13-1.581 wlieii pieM'iiled af the slate budget heat-in;', at Clovis Ilieh ^School Cafeteria ai L!;.'!n p m. Tuesday. Clovis and Mcln^e hearings were scheduled today The stale approved a final l>iul<:ef fii'.ure of $!..:,'.;;.V Citaily'.-, biid.Me!. ptc-enl-'d bv I! I-- JoiirnL'a'i. MI*., i mi'-ndent'. totaled Sl.iT 'I.',,", and MI!'!. • ed only minor on :• p.- j ; , |j : , i u ii A project to add 12 classrooms Muni.-iiv sOKd held at 1 p.m. Other slate officials attending (he hearings included Carl Whiltcniore. assistant to Wugal- ter. and J. T. Heece, director of transportation for stale schools. Hep. Uoyt Pattison, Curry County Republican, nlso attended (he hearing. "I'm here as a legislator interested in how the state school finances are spent district," he said ion Plainsman Annuals Presented At CHS ^ The students and fanilf. of .1, ,'-;>- t,, n }),.,,,.. C!H\IS Hie!, s. liool met Tui-,'.!.,' j .'., .''•,. '' ' Named Mr and M; . p'. i:r .. ii: ' ? ' jr man at the asseml,!-, \., :,.[,,,, ' ' Sv.e.,1. s, )fl V,f ,-.,! .,,.,, ">' Mrs Hale Sweat C.min.:; ,\l !: '"'"'" ose Pilot f^ "• £3 *^i ' V '' ;i!1 "' ! ''<' M"/'000 -. but " • ' "> ;t -- u ill be used for the i • .-<• '.'. .'i' 1 addition." be said. !!<• reeejvpf! j) telecrnm from - N':;,!'!•, chnton p Ander' ••'' : '•' ^ .l"hnnv. Walker ! •' ' ••'•"•' - men .I.iM'ph M. v ' ' l ••<"<! 'n-,,,n;K C, Morns • " -' I ':i '•'< the federal nid. '•'" "<">•• r!ad to receive ' : ' ' ' '''I Mi^ "\\> were <: :i " r u hat v ,• were eoinr to '^ ' • '•' irir'v.iw, extv-cted in . iini.'te;- <,/ M." ;) ,. : j i,;,., _,.,,,,, ('anna. k, J7iM Wall.,! ,. ••' ''•••• •••>': wiH <,*? -, ' r-.-'-: •- r rci »; ,-. ing. Also present was John Bradford JrChirf of e Mexico State Police. Attending part of the meetine w Charles H. Fischer. Publisher rf The Clovis News Jour Journal . Chairman of th, B-ar / Yi ct> Ch ' iirm; '"- StvuKim : J « mesuA - Cour>-, Santa Fe. and I ' , ":- Mr f'!a;nxr;i;.n ,-, KeniiX Ct,..;... l>:, i Seivors For 'Mother Of The Year 1 55 Marriage Combined Efforts R «»'t "n 3 Arrests ••^ Land Annexed At Hereford HEREFORD. T"\ ,staff> An eight-acre trjict in the north- The County Clerk's" office re- A Combined effort on the part tery on the person of Clovig DO ! ann " Xt ' (1 b . v tlui Hereford r'/v' ports that 55 marriage licenses of C!t >' P»Kce, state police and lice Capt D \V Watkins that' ( " linnl in pr"'!ee ( ] mL s t,, . in '. were issued during the month of sheriffs department officers re- charge stemming from an inci nex 4 ° acn>s Apn1 ' sulttd >n the arrest Tuesday af-dent at the police station earlv ° f the ntv ""•"""" " ( lh — persons, one:in March during which 9 Cases Filed In Criminal Docket In April V.M., ., * s. Nine re*... < as,.., v , ( . C'lilPr'. S < This just ° f in Iiie no:1h F'iirt C(unt ' 11 fll;(0 " ac ;i - rt ' f " 1 <" from aiding a felon. For the first four months of both 1964 and 1965, the total num- rv riage licenses was '225. °' "^ ^ Of the licenses issued in April tu ° cou nts of burglary: Joe Sel- 17 were to couples from outside - ;ido - 10 232 ° w - Grand, charged the'state. " with aiding and abetting a felon. and Amalia "Molly" Rael, 22, "OU Cameo, charged with harboring and aiding a felon. , 1 The three were arrested about i p.m. Tuesday at the Rael wo- tUr " ed ° Ver '" train RraduaU- i«rm g ,„ munic.pa, Public Record Texico-Farwell Slate Supper Hospital Notes jl'nnn- TUESDAY ADMISSION'S -^ \\uodwan]. Or.la James F. Lower, 917 E 10th surgery •• •J _ C _ Jenkins, 821 W Brady, Ray Reed W:|l!;am I! Fir,,) and Opal A Hee-j Witt \ Free- Suits Filed Vandals Strike Vehicle ' : : • • Ji-i f T.-r '•••-' - ! ' ) Kl Ns I \K1A Vii.., ,; i «f /*• f test will be sponsored by the civ ic organization of Texico and r arwell Pt-rea and iielgada both enter••d pleas 01 innocent to their enaiges at arraignments this enl h. medical, moriiing before Justice of the Gail ( ' Jones Fautanu, 125 Cedar Maitie V Gibson, 513 E Sev- Thespians Set 'Drama 2317 Sharondak- A. C. Oluiia. surgery belgado remains in jail in lieu Thelrna C Marshall, Tucum<ii S2WXJ bond. Perea s b o n d cari - medical Awards N;«hf. Fnd,,'. ,-.( t!,« Mar.shalJ Junior Jli^h Audit-!. waj, set at »2,UOO on the escape - Mar >' K. Kirby, 1120 Walnut Thespian Troupe n;:«; ,.f DO-..-IS Hi«h School Mi!) present ' f)rai:,,i N.M. TRAFFIC DEATHS So Far This Year: 134 Last Year <m Hate 102 Clov r «; livestock New fork Stocks \i i" ^' 1 uI)^ sKti.i s ' ' • "-'-.!': 1 ;j!j .\J. U1 ,, :• • .• !''. '. M ,.!,-, ! !:•>, r ' ' "• '• " • !.„: K c; a : >• • ' «.= I'.I.-KI d j! r.'s ludl.s I \KI A Moore, Lazbuddie ' '"' m. . rt '»"»>s m custody in lieu of Te * • medical • Clarence M. Worley, Portales f m :. on e "" a lilf> curtains will ,, Kelcv offjciatinr'. Burial was in Andrews Hael woman will be ar- medical ' s " W Illlh |s ,| f,,);!,,. , acting award-,- w,;; i, •'A. .J f> I I\\ p*^' """ "•"" ' v " v «*• n*v cov-a|7C ANDREUS Tex- (.Staff. - Fu chari =' e - and 5 1 ' 500 on the break- Sur 8 e ry neral services f or A J Hurnev m ° and erilerui 6 t-'ount. He also' - N ' eal Shell. ..in, f-.reman were to h, reln ; held at 10 am todav 1 n t h p Oond Downtown Chun h of Chn<t with •- 1 Wltl1 rai«. lt -d at a later date. TtESD.AY DISMISSALS i-'urca is charged in the April Anita Anthony, Portales 'erv under direetion'of "sirp|pfr!r' "° bur S liirie s of a Clovis service Snawn Clayton, 437 N. Man- *''? . . , Fnner,, ,, (im ,, * ln ^ (0f ' Mation and dry cleaners. He es- ana , A ',',' )liar ! In B '« '' "''^ r.u, !. tu|«-flfr.mi Garcia in front of the J ' eslie K - Daughtry. 1B12 Shel- "^ ' , u ' , ^ . •'' I)uU '' ' '' „ poi.e... station after being brought do " ^V,'" 1 ' 1 ' L "^ :i h '''"- 1 '"'' ! ' ! ^ " back from Ft. Sunnier where he Han ^lp>' -lilek. Portales J." I ' ra " ( !" 1 - S "" >VJ " "••"',. !l n I: ,i ^,1 a 17-vear old Clovis boy were Handa » Kilmer, 1429 Sheldon , S !" Vt ' Ulll ^'»^ *M Alhert Hum. ,; arrested on suspicion of' burg- ^V^ r ^^ "'^ <™ of "Sllave u,,,, Tw ,, -1^,10 is also awaiting trial ^ ^ilhams, 2HOO N Ji^ Kar^Sk,!!!;,"^,,,,'^ a charge of aggravated bat- Congratulations a/a^ K^n Ford A,,,h \\ a i] J(c i To Mr. and Mrs Cecil Sena and Kjthy Wallace i 205 Cameo, on the birth of a son «% • v . -- d - 2 Juveniles Bt UK I'' I"- ;,'..< '[ P«rk on w Charged TS AI.TKRATro.V i«- !t R..J,.,,-.' « M '" it l •!« r Pleads Innocent TL'CUMCARI (Staff) - Benja-'moriafifospita"] mm Joe Martinez was bound To Mr and Mrs Querino Lu- 'jver to district court on $500 cero. PortaJes. on the birth of a f% t " * t. hord following a plea of inno- daughter weighing seven pounds D|jril1fl A 191*11 cent before Justice of the Peace and three ounces at 3 p m in ,. » ^»f»» •• Jiafael Mailmez, Tuesday on Memorial Hospital liaises were d(ed a^ain.st t charges of false endorsement of To M'" and Mrs Wayne Mar |UVt -'" lU ' : » (Junn « Al J "l a check. ! tin Route 3. on tht birth of a , • vear ; ol(J b< l> convii-U-d ,4 According to authorities. Mar-' son weighing nine p<junds and nms while inf <'xicated was tinez. 36. attempted to cash an f° ur ^ a half ounces at 9 41 s<i '' kll( l ' (1 l(J : ^ «|la\s in count> iin(imiAlin-t«an» f t \^ nn \ f r«- *<w\ » fi rn in Matrtnt*i?il Unr, n ;» n f J«^U ....^^, .^y attempted to cash an - w *-* ****** » n«Ji wu-i^fs a unemployment check for|20, and ' J m m Memorial Hospital. was arrested April 21. i Mflfrifla* LteMtJtc Martinez was arrested by po- IJaTnV ' " .*•«••»•» lice who said he tried to cash Sharon . ,Uie cheek at a Tucuincari pet of Clovis jai The other ca.-.e involved a 16 year-old buy convicted nt two It ^n.*» «nd HK.U.TH lu-iiltli uitlc-|.,K met 'J'
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