Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 12, 1965 · Page 11
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May 12, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 11

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Chaves County Denied School Consolidation SANTA FE (UPI)-The State eas should be consolidated with Kdticalion Board, on a 6-4 vote, ;the city's school system, today denied a request from j Mississippi Voters Hold Primaries JACKSON, Miss. (UPD-Mis- With the rejection -,f the; sissippi voters turned out Insurance Firm Must Strengthen Finances mm Ine rejection >,t the; sissippi voters turned out in 1 "' mnT county proposal, Chavos County lar Rc numbers to select Iocal'ffi,f..5 a » P stil1 has " Au * 1 f ° """mltioHlcialK Tuesday despite at-'i ' Ihe Chaves County schools to foe consolidated into one independent SChOOl district. ~ ~" "•"" ""*• * '" •-"""»" "n^w mt-xuay uespue ai-.o....! Board members today heard a Proposal for reorganization of .tempts by a civil rights group to 1 lhu * u Slate School Supt. Leonard De- llic COUI ) t y system- Thn dale delay voting in one county until; tl Lavo recommend acceptance of )Y? S set In . a iaw P ass( ' d carher m«re Negroes are registered. an'Educatlon Department com- hls ye . a . r . b y | 10 , ' s ' nl ° Io ? isl; '-i Morp ,v nn n nn nf fn . ctofo The report rec lurc whloh callc(j for renr.r-ani- - Mo '° than 2no of tne stat e SANTA FE (UP1)~ Directors 1 for the American Community Life Insurance Co. of Albuquef' que the firm's financial posi- Apodaca Monday set the dead . ec — ,.„ .... ., „.,.„ . Jine and at the same time re- th zation of Chaves. Taos and Rio J()1 mcorporated_ municipalities!fused to renew the firm's 11 L "" A ««:t,~ /•* _i.- .. _t i ... i i WPTf* hnlrli n d" nrim arir nltinf inn a /•»««£•<•* 'TV*/! 1ift*t_ A i i C schools with *"»» Counl y ^hool systems. Schools. holding primary elections oenie. The license has been up Also meeting with the state:other local officials. DeLayo said, "What is best :D oard today are delegations' for the state of New Mexico is f rom Taos and Rio Arriha Coun- Ke P u W"can, as well as Demo- 1. Behind Apodaca's move were reported differences between focst for Roswcll and Chaves ; ( j es . N c j(her of these two conn- '?™ {lc ; Primaries were beingistockholders and the fact that County." |ties are believed to have drawn c d in tliree cities ~ Pasca-jthe firm's unassigned surplus He said the state board illp an official proposal. But s °" la ' HaUiosbiirg and Laurel.(had dropped below the required should reject the proposal sub- both have expressed the desire plfteen ntlicr cities have unop- $20,000 level, inittcd by the Chaves County ,„ discuss poSR j Wc plans with P"™d GOP nominees waiting to ,„,„„„_ m . . . . School Board. He said, "I de- with the state board ; meet the Democratic winners in| The insurance superintendent plore those people who would, pit city people against rural Hie general election. firm were fully protected by $130,000 in deposits with the state insurance department. JUMPS INTO f ROUBLE LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Rod Pack, 26, and Harold L. Hanes, 41, fcave learned that it may be Illegal to jump from an airplane without a parachute. Last Jan. I, Pack said, he jumped from a plane without a parachute, got one from a fellow jumper while free falling and landed safely. Pack and Hanes became the objects of a civil suit filed by U.S. atty. Manuel Real, who charged the pair violated Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) said that policyholders of t h e regulations. Ellis Island Proclaimed Historic Shrine WASHINGTON (UPl)-Presi dent Johnson proclaimed Ellis Island a historic shrine today and took the Occasion to renew his call to Congress for quick overhaul of the nation's immigration laws. At a White House ceremony, the President signed a proclamation making Ellis Island, fof many years the principal point of entry for immigrants, part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument in New York Harbor. Johnson asked Congress to authorize an appropriation to improve the small island which was closed in 1954 as an immigration center. ctovts Hunting Aeeid Lake Arthur Yofrfh LAKE ARTHUR (TOT)*. An 18-year-old Lake Arthur yontfc was accidentally shot to death Monday. Killed In the accident Was Danny Romero. According to a report filed by State Patrolman Al Brlggs and Chaves County Deputy Sheriff Charley Troublefield, the boy was accidentally shot by his cousin, Raymond Romero, 18 of Albuquerque. The report said the two boys, in company with a third youth, went rabbit hunting near Lake Arthur. They had returned from hunting and were parked in front of the Lake Arthur post office when a 22-caliber rifle discharged, The ballet strtiok the left side, nounced dead on- ___ tesia General HWpftal, TOO DANGEROUS ;* ' fUPI)-War hero Henry 72, winner of the Croat; Guerre at Paschendael6, 'land seven times commended lor bravery under fire, has «• signed as a school crossing attendant at the local junior school. He says the work Is too dangerous. people. I don't think that is the f way to run an educational system." The Chaves County proposal called for an independent county school system cnmplptrly separate from the Roswell city : schools. I The state hoard Monday re-' reived a proposal submitted by ' the Chaves County Board's attorney, Lake J. Kra/.ier. T h e proposal requested consolidation , of the following schools; Ens', Grand Plains. Berrendo Walk- ; cr, Mountain View, and Sunset I The county board also r?- i quested that the outlyim: district of Peniuco. which is about 100 mil'.'s from Bos\vc!!. bo in- eluded within the ind^pondfrit ! district. Penasrr> also i> i;i Cha- : vcs Countv. ; The Ivlucat'mn D^pnrimfTi 1 committee, however, rccom- } mended that Penasco be admin- istiTdl by the Ariesia School Di-tric?. The committee s.-nd {'•>.<• ntlifr srhooU in county ar- Solon Praises Hospital SIIA'KU HTY -- TV hrad :oe investigating t ii o proposed cK'Mr.:? of 1! veteran 1 * hospitals has taken i<Mie with i thp ailmiriistralor of the Vete-i rani Administration. I S*-n. Milton ^^>un i :. R - X D , 1 said after a two-hour tour of the Fort Bavartl Hospital that ' it Is the Ix'st hospital he has rver hc*'n in ; }\f took iss-jic with puhl!«hfd • re-marks af.rilititi-d to \'A Ad- mini i >trator William Dr;\-»>r h whuh j)rivt>r was ((iiotod a-- kavn^ the P'"rt Harv.aril H o .-,- })ita! is a fireti.i;i. i "AbM)!u'.i.'ly no!," Your.? replied in {!:•• n'.ii^tii'ir. "1 ::.!\. Ix'cn ho«pita'.i<:t-il si'\'t-n tsrr:i'- I'.OSplt.il ! ).a\f t'\(T tK-t'I! in" huiklinps are a li'.'Jf o u t- dated t. u f facililios aro rnoii- ern Uiroii.cbout !!<• also «;nij tnat thiTc isn't arr, »•-. ulcrii •• to support the co'itrnti'in that it is lianl tri pet dn-!nr>. ; Voting .said that, \\:;h t h p rt'<Tcat!''r.a! fa(".!:'!i'S a v a l ' aVilf nc'ar t'.r h"-;::.i! m a n \ (l.icturs art- tr>:rn: tn !'-•' a<si^n.-! tu Kurt I'-as'iM !!•• sa;.l tt.c a; >-a .«'- ' !i.,tk"s i' an a' tractive husj-ital for t! r ju Uents. ; Youngster Feared Drown In Rio Grande Wi-an- voluntivrs rontinm-d tin- search today lur a mi---;!!, 1 A! buquerqiif hoy feared tu hj\«.- diowned in !i.c h,!> <',j;i!-,,i t . Stafford OUon i.-ll into the mile north of the C\T!tr.i! .\\e bridge In addition to the Ci\i! 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