Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 13, 1965 · Page 2
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May 13, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 2

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! , fftttfs., May 18, l&GS nd Issue 90 Ahead gnaled SALLUP A $950,000 Issue t&t constfiictioti of J ifiiOf high school in Gallup approved 1,025 to 612 by ey County voters in a election Tuesday. approximately 179 rttonpoint residents purchased iiares in a plot of land to be- ame eligible voters, they did ot go to the polls. State Medical Society Joins Rocky Mountain Conference SANTA FE (UPD- Members of the State Medical Society came out of their annual meeting to join physicians from five other states in the Rocky Mountain Medical Conference today. The medical society ended its two-day meeting at Santa Fe Tuesday with election of officers and adoption of resolutions, including one calling for implementation of the Kerr Mills program of care for the aged. Dr. Name Officers Robert P. Beadett . , jji , IIV/UCI w •»• • utnviwv wt j \si uv-to, auvi 'Members of the Crownpoint Raton headed the slate of new i Albuquerque. 'ommunity Assn. met Monday j ' officers as medical society president. Others included vice president Dr. Emmit Jemmings, Uoswell; secretary - treasurer Dr. John B. Abrams, Albuquerque; house delegates speaker Dr. Hugh B. Woodward, Albuquerque; house delegates vice speaker Dr. Ronald Dorn, Albuquerque; district one counselor Dr. John Smoker, Raton; district two counselor Dr. Harry Ellis, Santa Fe, and scientific program committeemen Drs. Andrew Babey, Las ofjCruces, and Solomon Papper, vith school officials and agreed o abstain from voting after 'oard members said their vote njght throw the election results :i*o court. State law provides only pro- >e|ty owners may vote in bond saves. The resolution on the Kerr Mills Act said the program of medical care to the aged was dical doctors and osteopathlc physicians. A spokesman said the resolution was not to be misinterpreted as a step toward combining the two medical branches. Several States Physicians from Wyoming. Montana, Idaho, Utah and Colorado were arriving in Santa Fe as the medical society adjourned its meeting Tuesday. School Board Approves New Museum accentable tohnthTh^li7.f n ~"^ TUCUMCARI (UPn ~ The ^ The suit alleges that Lovato, Xs^H^^A^?'^^" 1 Sch ° 01 B ° flrd voted-after being evicted from the of the State Health and Welfare Tuesday to allow the Tucumca- defendant's bar. got into his Subcommittee Asks For Action Stay WASHINGTON (UPI) — A - ; ; ~-~ "'. .";*• •"•" "^*w iary scnooi as a museum House subcommittee Tuesday.^gislature, whl ch appropriated j The foundation said it'will asked the Post Office Depart-jWO.OOO of the slate's funds to-— «• - - u Suit Filed Against Tavern $4 Million Lawsuit Settled In Favor Of Plaintiff TUCUMCAIU (UPD- A $4 million lawsuit filed in connection \vi(h a will involving 22 !heirs, the University of New ALBUQUERQUE (UPD— An'Mexico and Tucumcari's hospital was settled out of court Wednesday. Albuquerque woman filed suit in District Court Tuesday asking $250,000 damages against a Sandoval County bar. The suit was filed by Rubye E. Hall against Joe M. Budagher, owner of a bar about 20 miles north of Bernalillo. she alleges Budagher was responsible for Daniel Lovato's intoxicated condition, when his cat- was involved in an accident causing the death of her husband Oct. 5, 1963. Departments. It also was agreeable to t h e 27th Session of the New Mexico - ri Research Historical Foundation to use the Central elementary school as a museum. said late Tuesday asked the Post Office epart- hat with the pull-out of the »ent to suspend action aimed Yownnoint voters who had nnr-^t closing the Texarkana, Tex., " -ltnail terminal. cooperating fed- 1 . Program. Anolher ™dical society reso- Mrtot of and the com-tna e. . onlv six' The terminal is slated to be ' c ° nsideret> ' o*iclo.cd as part of a postal .re- ' use the school to house over 30,000 items worth $500,000 collected by the historical group, and local historian Herman l CIXWS -. HEMHRR AOUIT BLIKBAO OF UIKUUlAriON BY LJTl'LE MKRCJMNT CARRIER 1.7S monthly In advance. By mall In Curry and surrounding counties $12.00 for one year; $8 00 (or six months: J4.a (or three months; tl.50 § one month.. Bv mall ouUlde Cio. trade territory. S18.uO for one •r: SiSO (or §tx muiths: $500 three months; $1.75 (or one jm.Hith AfX SUHStntHTKJNS PAY- nt.E UN ADVANCE. Second clam lostage paid at Uovts. New Mexico, ublished dally except Saturdiy nv 1 CTXJVIS NBWS-JOURNAL Sixth Pile. Clovu, New Mexico. Fb. ] organization plan revolving j around greater use of the zip code. Rep. Arnold Olsen. D-Mont., said in a letter to Postmaster! John A. Gronouski that his post] office subcommittee voted to: make the request Tuesday 1 shortly after it heard com-; plaints from representatives of the postal clerks organization. The panel asked Gronouski to halt any "phasing-out" of thej Texarkana facility or any otherj terminals until it had an opportunity to study the entire plan. Thrift Priced |Man'$ or Lady's Style -: BENRUS 4 Exceptional buys. i $ ^ H*H« "lady R««* * or waterproof* •* *Sea lord Emperor* M itainleu *te«J Thrill mem with Dependable FiorM*tin« tvxturod or whit* "Mo ret I la" or waterproof* "i«a Lord Croy" with lum wnart yellow cas«. 4 <*• Exciting Choice <BENRUS * for Him or H*r tin A W««t •r *Uidy Sabrina" with i Florentine texture /J Of "Orbit Eclipse" ^ with self-wind water* proof* movement. Your B«nrus mow^nent most perforcn property lor 3 tull ye«rs or Benrui »ill reprf'f it lait—-and tree! Guarantee VtiM* oniy it tilled out and kcnt to Bcnrui. «n 1 of medical back- patients between me- observers | Moncus. for | The presently vacated school also will house a historical library of southwest literature. car and drove down U.S. 85 un til his vehicle struck the rear end of one driven by Clair H. Hall, killing Hall." Mrs. Hall claims the death of her husband was a result of Lovato's Intoxication and that, tlr condition was a result of Hud;i- gher's serving Lovato a n d knowing Lovalo was "too intoxicated to drive." ; Reliable sources reported the ! plaintiff in the suit. Mrs. Fayc ; .'Ames of -Albuquerque, and for-j inerly of Tucumcari, received a ;$G5,000 settlement. Mrs. Arries also will get $250 pur month for |lile as provided in the will. ' The suit was to g<> to trial Mondaf in district court in Tucumcari before District Jud^e Kermit Nash of llobbs. . Dr. Dan Trigg, a Tucumcari i rancher who i;,ivi> up practic- :iug medicine early in ins career to devote his tune to ranching and business left an estate (it approximately Si million, (lie bulk of it reportedly in cash in a Fort Worth, Te.\a> •bank. Dr. Trigj; named 1>'J beneficar- ies who were to £''t SJ50 poi month fnr life AN;> nanied in the will \vere the I'niversity of New Mexico and t!ie IK Tucumcari. now named the !<» share ul.at u.i-, left c! estate As heirs died their share was to go to the school and the hospital. Mrs. Arries, one of the 22 individual beneficiaries name d, filed a suit seeking the entire estate in October of 1963. seven months after Trigg's death at 75. She contended that she had a verbal agreement with Trigg, made in HMO and reaffirmed many times through the years, that the total estate was to be left to her in return for serving: as Trigg's "hostess, companion and helper with business" over ;he years. Mrs. Arries lived at Tri-:g'>' ranch north of Tiinimeari several years and the will provides; 'or a burial plot at the ranch .or she and her oldest son. Announcement of the settle- j •n>'ni came from Robert Row- j ey, one of several attorneys ; •epre.-cnting the es!a!e In a'l i ; ome 1.") lawyers were involved 'ii both sides. | Delentlants in the suit inrlnd- •d I NM. Qua;. County, the city 'f Tticiimc.iri. the A'buf|'.ierr'|iie National Hank, the First Naiona! Hank of Amarillo and if!!'"- '•• Siime >10 witnesses were ex- pected to be called at flfiSt week's scheduled trial. In addition to a large sum of cash the eslate includes the 59,000-acre Trigg Ranch, valued at. $1,492 000, a race track near San Jon, a ranch in Mexico, mineral rights in Montana and icattle. said if all the heirs settlement, expected 'within three days, the fight over the suit will be ended. I Rowley | sign the I H. LEE THOMPSON 763-9372 BAR-B-QUE PICNIC SUPPLIES CRUSHED ICE MONEY ORDERS PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI. 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