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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - September 3, 1961, Albuquerque, New Mexico Safe AEB Year NAI Good Morning Xa An Atomic For In 8 A At Till paid At H Sunday September 3 1961 dally at 701 Silver K M by Co n _ In Seven Sections Asks Los Lunas Board to Resign Brazil Congress Votes to Change President's Role But Goulart May Object to Being Figurehead Leader RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil's over- approved night a constitutional change permitting Leftist Vice President Joao to take office as figurehead president with a prime J holding executive powers 1 Goulart defying Brazil's military leaders as well as the congress has rejected the amendment a Porto Alegre radio station announced early Sunday Radio of Porto Alegre in a broadcast heard in Sao Paulo said Goulart will announce his decision to the nation over a radio network of stations backing him in Rio Granda Do Sul State Goulart plans to go to silia from Porto Alegre on Monday at 1 P M to take office the broadcast that he planned to assume the presidency with its full powers under the constitution before its amendment Congress leaders hope to I install him at an inaugural in Brasilia Monday But there was no immediate Indication that their solution to the Brazilian crisis would be acceptable 1 Die-hard leftists ing as full-fledged president or nothing or Opposed by Military 2 Tha military chiefs who have opposed his succession to the presidency in any form because of his leftist ways The chamber of deputies proved tha constitutional amendment and the senate later voted for it and then on the ing final ballot At Porto Alegre In tha far zouth where Goulart has been conferring with advisers was reported he planned to fly to Brasilia Monday for the in- Porto Alegre lated from normal during tha day gave official word of whether leftists generally would -a presidency shorn of power for Goulart Among the dissenters former President Kubitschek an influential ator since his retirement from the presidency and a staunch of Goulart Kubitschek is one of sever al considered as likely can for the new post o prime minister and whether might be induced to take i may have a bearing on Gou ultimate decision to be come a figurehead president Goulart remained in confer ence far to the south Santa Fe Santa Fe Woman Is Fatally Shot SANTA FE UPI Lor Binne Lucero about 35 found dead Saturday night a her home 1212 De Clovina with a bullet wound in he head City Police said they wen holding her husband Joe Lu cero for questioning in the shooting Police said they found Mrs Lucero on the floor with a 32 caliber pistol nearby an her husband was in the room No charges had been filed pending completion of the in police said Albuquerque Weather VICINITY I windy today msi forenoon A In tr afternoon turning and wll In lit Volley early Men day Monday fair nml a lilt In afternoon today I 73 lowl tonight 33 Al port MEW COTI tno In high and few ov the portion forenoon and In In afternoon portion ard In ea Monday tnn ing cooler and colder t w num In Ponton 65 northern border of 3 40 Fair MAX Indny and co In portion In portion today Ih hilt of tha hy t i today M-M mountain A PET ON These two brothers Krankie Rael 5 and brother Raymond 12 were among the dozens of youngsters taking part in the famous children's parade of varg as SANTA FE UPI Santa e will welcome Spanish Con- Don Diego de as once again here today Radio announcer Jorge ales will play tho role of eneral De Vargas in tho En- rada Pageant a regular vent of the annual Santa Fe iesta The fiesta commemorates e Vargas reconquest of ianla Fe in 1692 Other activities today will the religious of the estival starting with a cal procession at rom Archbishop Edwin V Byrne's residence to St is Cathedral Archbishop Byrne will irate a Pontifical Mass at the at 10 with the ermon by the Most Rev Richard H Aekerman bishop f Kentucky Da and his aides vill meet tho Indians ully around the plaza in the pageant ot p.m Other in the en A-l Man Girl 13 Admit illing Four Persons MIDLAND Tex Ifl A Chicago eighth grader and her boy friend admitted Saturday they killed four persons for profit Three of their victims yielded nothing The pair signed a joint statement then talked at length to and newsmen about the slaying spree which began Dealer Predicts Machine Take Over SPALDING K n g 1 a n d DPI Sam Freir horse deafer thinks the mechanical age Is about o put him out of business He gives It two years makes his living renting out his 42 horses to neighboring farmers but said Mechanical ers are taking their place and In two yenrs time I don't think my horses will be needed more Santa Fe Fiesta Their pet dog Is riding the tricycle them The boya are sons of Mr end Mrs Joe Rael of Fe Journal photo by Buckles Wednesday in Illinois and ed Saturday at this far west Texas oil center Charged with murder of a in Texas is John Myers Donna Marie Stone 13 but appearing 19 or 20 is charged in Missouri with Here were their victims and he story of how they were Last Wednesday the pair came upon a father and er fishing They decided to rob hem and take their car They bound George Ballard 47 of near Belleville 111 and bound and gagged Carole 11 and shot them with a 22 caliber weapon Tho victims lad no money on them The car would not start They walked to a home near Belleville in which Miss garet Wernicker 39 a St Louis department store employe re sided They demanded a car anc Miss Wernicker got her's for them they said but other sources said it belonged to II P Graham at whose home she resided They took her along re- in the kidnaping charges She gave them Between Alton and Thayer Mo they bound her hands behind her and took her to a field where the Stone girl shot her twice in fhe back The teenager wasn't certain Miss Wernicker was dead so Myers shot her in the head They picked up Lee De- Kraai about 30 of Ottumwa Most Workers et Day of Rest Here Monday Labor Day designed to give he working man a day of rest vill be a holiday for school government workers md most business employes Hospital workers police and and those in the com- utility and trans- will go to work in which they will take par Snow Blocks Routes Into Yellowstone Park CODY Wyo cleared highways into stone National Park Saturday after a storm had blocked two entrances overnight Thousands of tourists are in fhe area for tho Labor Day weekend but none were re- ported in difficulty Campers huddled around blazing fires as the temperature dropped around the freezing mark About six Inches of snow fell Friday It drifted before winds blocking the north and northeast Light mow continued to In park Saturday hut most of It melted as H hit the Officials said all park roads were passable but somi were still icy and dangerous fell for an hour in Great Falls Montana's larges city Mountains in Montana also got a white coating The fall was 12 inches in snowy range mountains Cannon AB Jets Going to Europe For NATO Drill Squadrons Join Two Others Ordered Overseas WASHINGTON United States Saturday an- it is sending four squadrons of F -100 Jet fighter planes about 72 Europe to take part in a NATO training cise known aa Checkmate This exercise said the De- fense Dept is Intended to defense capabilities of NATO air ground and naval forces The four part of the Tactical Air Command of the U S Air Force arei Tha from tho Wing at Air Force Base S C The from the Wing at England Air Force Base La The and the of the Air Division at non Air Force Base N M Not Disclosed Just how long the ment of the jets to the cises had been under was not disclosed but word of the jet followed by less than 24 hours a Russian announcement i would conduct combined flee gnd rocket maneuvers in the Arctic during September ant October As long as lour Jet squad rons are in Europa they serve to bolster the North At Treaty forces as the crisis over th future of West Berlin con The Defense Dept did no say when the jets will take oj for Europe nor when the might return Known as the Sabre Jet th has a speed of over 80 miles an hour can fly feel and can carry eithe or tactical siz nuclear bombs The plana wa designed both as an and also for tha support o ground forces 1000 Nuclear Test By Russians Stuns Europe LONDON stunned and gloomy Europe shock Saturday at Russia's nuclear test ex- and observed that the Soviet must have been lanning it for at least eight months while attending The plane has a range o about 1000 miles without re fueling so for the hop across the Atlantic t Europe tanker planes will b used to refuel the jet rons in transit The NATO training exercis as usual Monday But most business establishments ex- cept for gasoline stations and drug stores will e closed Government offices dty county state and will be shuttered Sandla Base Air Forca Base also will observe the holiday Students attending parochial schools will hava the day off Public school classes don't start until Tuesday Only two obserV ances are planned At It will show Land of a film re- lating the history of the labor movement A highlight is a brief talk by AFL-CIO dent George Meany At p.m Meany will de liver a Labor Day address which will be cast by KOB has been described by Gen Lauris Norstad commander in Europe aa routine training operation will include an airlift an subsequent exercise ir Turkey for one U S Arm airborne battlo group About 2000 men with equip will be flown across th Atlantic by the Tactical A Command and the Military A Transport Service Tho exercise will Includ naval ground and Air Fore units of Greece Italy Turke and the United States Brita will furnish units from its Ro al Air Force Truck Driver Dies in Mishap SANTA FE Jn New first holiday ity occurred Friday night when a truck overturned Winds Sweep Across State Winds between 20 and I miles an hour swept aero the state Saturday They are a forerunner of a intense storm which is deve oping over the Rockies 11 Weather Bureau said Despite the winds temper tures ranged from mild warm over the western an northern portions to hot in tl killing a Mexican southeast portions The cury rose to 37 at Carlsbad and Roswell end fell to 78 STATE TRAFFIC DEATHS 1961 to date in Sept 3 to all Sept 35 west of Laramio Wyo national about eight miles west of Lordsburg on The victim Maximino dosa Martinez died of a crushed skull when the truck he was driving went out of control and overturned into were sent to clear State 130 for traffic An tourists wore in Rocky Mountain National Park in northern Colorado when the storm hit the peaks and caused Trail road to be closed left leg Another Mexican par was not the accident All employed by Veck oJ N M he test ban talks at Geneva Japan formaHy protested to ussia for the test it said may ad mankind into the path of Neutral and un- nations at the rade Conference Joined Prime Jawaharlal Nehru in the test From government circles in capitals from the rade meeting and from the alican City in Home came emands for a speedy solution All Five Members Are Sent Letters Requesting Move Two Quickly Governor Says Impasse Reached Gov Edwin L Meehem ias asked the entire board of the Los Lunas Hospital and Training School to re- FTC Men Visit Here Reportedly Concerning Milk By ROY CARBINE An air of mystery rounds the visit of two eral Trade Commission to Albuquerque The pair visited Albuquerque reportedly at the request of the New Mexico Dairy Assn in connection with alleged unethical or il- legal practices in the local milk market A reliable source told the Journal Colonel W H Lott and Pat Breeden FTC were in town R S Nanninga president of the association confirmed the visit and said he had talked with and Breeden Would Not Elaborate But Nanninga would not elaborate on the purpose presence in the Berlin Crisis There calls lor lit talks and United Nations to prevent war Hit Hardest The news hit hardest in rade where Marshal Tito Ghana President Nkrumah and United rab Republic President 1 Abdel Nasser were n in their concern over the move Swedish nuclear expert Dr Magnusson said the mall size of the bomb ed the Russians developed a ew type of nuclear weapon A Yugoslav official de- Premier Nikita cynicism in sending peace independence and reedom message to Belgrade vhile preparing lor the blast Britain described tha blast as deplorable and noted the clear blasts take a able time to arrange Germany Says Brutal West German foreign office circles said it was brutal be- for the Soviets to be making preparations for the while they were still at he Geneva negotiating table In his summer home at Gandolfo Italy Pope John XXIII said the world peace He has called for a public mass Sept 10 to appeal for world peace From Kenya in East Africa released African Leader Jomo a in a newspaper interview condemned all violence and weapons of destruction and urged the great powers to stop making them MOSCOW STILL MUM ON NUCLEAR BLAST MOSCOW The viet Union Saturday still had not announced its nuclear ex- plosion officially but it was preparing the public for it and possibly for a series such test blasts with a campaign The press and radio were filled with editorials and com- justifying the Sov iet decision to resume testing The tenor was the same that the West was preparing ag against the Sovie Union and Russia must its ability to destroy the West However only the armed j forces newspaper Red Star carried the announcement of plans for naval air and ground maneuvers in the ents Sea and the warning to world shipping to avoid the Barents and Kara seas ing the maneuvers period Observers said the ers which possibly will in- clude the use ol nuclear ons were limed to beat two cent butter fat milk as sign Two of tho five members immediately said they would do so One other said he has not yet received the governor's letter and the other two could not be reached Jor comment night In a short letter to all board embers the governor told hem that your resignation would be very much He added it ears that an impasse has ecn reached that cannot with present membership be eni Mrs Lars Halama of board chairman said he sent the governor a letter f resignation Saturday after his letter In Belen alomon Maestas said he was out his resignation He aid if that's the way he the rovernor wants it that's the vay it is He put me on and ae can take me off Dr Sheldon Bliss of said he had not re- his copy of etter and said I do not know que He also refused to sa whether a possible s u i against Cash Valley Dairy Utah dairy cooperative whose milk is sold here by Crusade Dairy was discussed Barney Schulz of Crusader also declined comment Officials of the association ast week requested the FTC and Dept of Justice to maki an investigation of milk dis practices in the Al area The reques was made through of U.S Dist Atty John Quinn who said he relayed it to Washington Nanninga said at the time ils organization believed cer iain practices In tho milk mar ket have been occurring to somo time that might be un ethical or illegal He added tha an FTC or Justice Dept in was indicated necessary He added thai the ion if il were made would be directed toward more than one distributing dairy The fed government he said hai also been asked to check th shipment of milk from here Court Action The dairy producers associa tlon discussed the advisability of a court action to increas milk prices paid to farmers ir a meeting at Los Lunas Mon day Nanninga told the meetin that the only possible imme diale action would be a cour suit against the Utah dairy co-op whose milk is sold local ly by Crusader The arrival of Crusader on the Albuquerque scene last spring triggered the milk price war antagonists winter weather and the United States my reaction will ba until t arrives Members unavailable tor comment Saturday night were Mrs James Bell of Belen and Abe Pena of Grants No Comment Gov Meehem reached In Socorro by a Journal pondent said he had no com- ment on the Los Lunas tion However in his letter to board members he said the at Los Lunas was one for which I must assume full responsibility He did not elaborate on tha situation However there has seen considerable criticism of both the board and Meehem since it split three to two in removing the job of business manager from under the state's personnel system and then naming Herman Gabaldon to the post Just what a change In the if all members re- do to status could not be ined Saturday night He was not available for comment However resignation of Maestas removes one of the criticism's of pointment the fact that the two men are brothers-in-law Much Appreciated In his letter to the board members Mechern Your resignation from the hospital board would be very much appreciated It appears thai an has been reached that cannot with the present membership be reconciled While this tion may have had its in- ception in personality con- it has grown to a larger degree of seriousness This request constitutes no on any board ber and is a situation for which must assume full lity I did not with you nor did I you witn adequate In- prices during the period e dropped from slightly morc formation or suggestions to got than 50 cents a half to the low now receive only per hundredweight of 3.5 per pared to war scale ofi Capsule AF Frogmen Plucked From Pacific at Santa Fe and Grants The high in Albuquerque was 87 two degrees warmer than Friday in the Duke City area averaged 20 miles an hour Chilly air is slowly pressing southward along a cold front extending across the west Cloudiness and light One passenger rales 25 also a Mexican tional suffered Injuries to his cooling the Weather Bureau said Some record minimum readings and local frost are strongly indicated In the northwest portions tonight Bureau HICKAM AIR FORCE BASE tfl erer capsule and the Air Force parachuting frogmen who kept an night vigil over it were taken rom the Pacific north of Hawaii Saturday The Navy destroyer son reached the recovery rains are expected to spread Party before dawn after as far south as today steaming at high speed from and there will be considerable Pear Harbor The nosecone wrapped in plastic and later sealed in and its babysitters were due back in Hawaii Saturday night A radio report from the Epperson said the men to be in good tion There was no report on the which contained a packet of human and an- imal tissues and cultures The capsule was hauled aboard the destroyer at and the men left life rafts 27 utes later Friday's recovery of the gold-plated was tho seventh success in the long Discoverer series and the ond to be made by Air Forca Four were snagged in the air Ly planes and another picked up by a destroyer appreciate the service you have rendered and the spirit of selflessness and sacrifice with which you have taken a less job fith kindest personal re- gards Edwin L Meehem The letters carried a note hat a letter of identical text ias been mailed to each ber They were sent to board members by registered mail perhaps explaining the delay in delivery in some cases Mrs Halama who visited and toured the Los Lunas school on Thursday said I hope that the new board will be able to carry out a good work There is a lot to ba done also expressed that new board bers would do whatever Is best for the school The split vote providing for and then bringing about the hiring of Gabaldon placed Mrs Bell and Maestas in corner with Dr Bliss and Mrs Halami on the side Pena Mis ama and Dr Bliss are cans the others sre Democrats
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