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May 11, 1966

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

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R 'Hamstrung' (Says President AGO (UPl)— The Union the Rock Island but the mer- Railroad is being ham-lger is opposed by at least 12 •lig by its dependance onjother railroads, including the carriers connecting it to Icago and St. Louis, UP Prest Edd H. Bailey said Mon- [jailey took the stand in the erstatc Commerce Commis* hearings on the fate of the ic Island Railroad. The Un"pacific wants to merge with lospital ,and Lease pproved iS CRUCES (UPI) - A iise with New Mexico State proposed site of a city - unly hospital was signed Mon- y by Mayor T. J. Graham Las Cruces and David Hera, chairman of the Dona Ana unty commission. The lease was signed despite threat of a court injunction about a dozen citizens on the ;st side of Las Cruces. The oup wants to block construe n of the proposed east side million hospital. City and county official over e weekend were sent a let- hy an attorney representing e group which said he intend "to file a complaint asking e court to enjoin" the city and unty commissions "from exe- ting or otherwise binding or ligating themselves to any ase with the regents of New exico State for leasing of land the site of the city-county spltal." City and county officials will ect today in Santa Fe with e State Financing Board to t approval for New Mexico ate to sign the lease. Graham said if both parties before the protesting group itains a restraining order, at- rney Garnett Burks would be rccd to use other means to ock the hospital. The citizens want to force the ty to hold a referendum dec- on on the hospital location. ty officials, however, say the' ty cannot afford to put on an ection in the current fiscal Chicago and North Western, which has made its own offer to merge with Rock Island. "The Union Pacific presently suffers from very real compe- Uive disadvantages resulting from the fact that it does not have its own lines into St. Louis and Chicago," Bailey said. He said westbound traffic from UP's connections at Missouri River junctions are often as much as three or four hours behind schedule and that east bound traffic is delayed on many occasions by as much as 24 hours. "This situation, which 1 is bad enough today, will become Intolerable with intensified truck competition and the improvement in performance that may be expected from single- line carriers," he said. The remark was an apparent reference to the Santa Fe and the Milwaukee Road, with which the North Western also proposes to merge. Bailey said he supported the proposals of the Southern Pacific system to buy from the merged Union Pacific - Rock Island line all Rock Island rails south of Kansas City. 'From an operating stand point, such a sale is perfectly feasible and practical," he said The hearings, before ICC examiner Paul C. Albus, are now in their second week. The first week and part of Monday's hearing was taken up with di reel and cross examination tes timony from Robert A. Lovett executive chairman of the UP Lovett, a former secretary oi defense, said Monday the mer gcr between UP and Rock Is land would bolster the nation's war effort in Viet Nam. Raton Warned Against Wint KATOK, N. M. OJP) - ft* on residents have been waffled by City Manager JoRfl Mufpnt not to pick daftdeliofls in city parks for use in brewing a Jag of dandelion wine. Murphy said the dandeHwig in the parks will be sprayed with poison, "I dofi't know if ft would kill anyone, but H sure would said make them .M. Beauty o Attend ISA Pageant TULAROSA (UPI) — New exico's most consistent beauty •ntest winner, Jane Nelson of Warosa, will attend the Miss SA Pageant at Miami Beach, la. — but it will be one of the w times she isn't competing. Miss Nelson, now a Arizona ate University student, was US Senate Asked For Dam Funds WASHINGTON (UPI)- Statements were filed with a Senate Appropriatios sub - committee Monday by Sens. Clinton P. Anderson and Joseph M. Montoya, both D-N.M., for $100,000 for the Los Esteros - Alamogordo project. The project consists of the earth fill Los Esteros Dam and modification of the spillway and outlet works at the existing Alamogordo Dam. The senators pleaded for the unbudgeted sum, claiming the Corps of Engineers could spend this amount prudently in t h e coming fiscal year beginning July 1. They also supported budgeted requests for 5 million for the Cochiti Dam, 2.5 million for the Galisteo project vited to the contest as a spe- and 5,5 million for the Albu- al guest by pageant officials. le will be in Miami Beach for week prior to the May 22 const. Last year she was first inner up in the pageant rep- 'senting Arizona, and she has so been Miss New Mexico in e Miss America contest. querque diversion channels project. Victim Burned In Air Crash Dies, Toll 83 New Mexico's representative is year is 19-year-old Susan | SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPI)- ranz, an Eastern New Mexico The death toU , n the Oklanoma |niversity student. crash of an American Flyers Airline Electra April 22 rose to 83 Sunday. Pvt. Ralph D. Johnson, 19, of Yonkers, N.V., suffered second and third degree burns over 72 hearings will be held on Tues-! l )er cent °f ni s body in the chopl Budget earinqs Set Koosevelt County School Budg- ay and Wednesday of this week. ie hearings will be held in the aurthouse. The time for the hearings lesday are Elida, 10 a.m.; Do- 10:30 a.m.; Causey, 1 p.m.; Floyd, 2:30. Hearing on Por- crash near Gene Autry, Okla. He was flown to Brooke A |-r ny Medical Center for treat, it after the crash. He died Sunday. The crasli killed 81 of the 98 aboard on impact and another soldier died later at the hospi- les schools are scheduled 9:00' tal ednesday. _,. . . , . The six-person crew, includ- Harry Wugalter of Santa Fe ing the president of American 11 be in charge of the hear- gs. Local budget commission's are Jay Thompson and Hen' Morgan. 'Flyers, was killed in the crash. It was the third worst military air disaster in the United 'States. Small Aggressive Upholstery Shop • low Overhead • Family Operated 3D Years p*prienc# « m ». ^ slt A»y«n* Afiout 0«r Workmanship 'THE 0\%y jjoss WP HAVf! 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