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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - October 26, 1939, Albuquerque, New Mexico Weather Forecast New Mexico: Un-elllcd Thurs- day Friday; little change in leni perature. Arizona: Unsettled Thursday Friday; little change In tem- perature. A1B 59th Year Volume 211 Number NAL Published Krcrj Morning Thursday Morning, October 26, 1939 XI M I Good Mominf Ttachrrt. You Know But You're Golnt lo train thlnt I.Ike, lo Entertain You. SCENTS IN ALBUQUERQUE Husband Urges Winnie Ruth Judd to Surrender Teachers Charge Extra Costs Keep Wages Down Council Asks Survey of Finances; Demands No Further Auxiliary Outlay Be Made Until Adequate Salaries Are Provided New .Mexico teachers charged here Wednesday tha constantly mountinp expenditures for activities oiitsid the instructional field are responsible for holding th Mlary of the average teacher far below a "decent or a adequate" level. The council of the New Mexico Educational Assn which will open its fifty-fourth annual convention her Thursday, passed resolutions calling for a survey of th entire public schools financing .system and defnandini that no further increases be made in expenditures fo auxiliary or co-ordinate activities until adequate provision is made 1 n 1 oclay s Program for payment of instructors. IVIiejr Heads Council The council's recommendations will go to the general convention lor final action. The council, in session at the High School auditorium, elected Tom Wiley. Bernalillo County jupcrintondent, council president for and 2ebedcn Garcia. superintendent of schools ati Chama, vice-president. J. R. Mullins. general fcrcUry of thei association, will act as council' lecretary. Educators from all parts of the............._..... ______, Hate began pouring intn Atbu-l p. m.. small gymnasium, Illih ijuerque U'rdne-day afternoon' School. ninht. E. D. Martin. Deming.i rommfrrbl Section. Z p association president, predicted; Illth School. the enrollment will pr> tn 3500 or a. m.: general ses- Armory. Addresses, busl. ness nomination of offl rrn. Invitations for 1910 convention. 2 to t p. m.: Sectional meet p. m.: Second general session. Armory. t'ulloutnr Is schedule of ire- tfonal meetings: Alhlrlle Awn.. I p. m.. Illth School Auditorium. Athletic Coaches' Section, I more, which is 500 more than at tended any previous convention. First general session of the con- vention will open at the Armory tt a. m. Thursday. Dr. T. D. Martin, director of membership. National Education will peak on "Teachers as a Social Force." and Dr. Walter V. Dexter.' itate superintendent of California.! will give an address on "The! Philosophy of Friendship." Arledge. Stelner Mentioned In the nomination of ofTiccrs, scheduled for Thursday morning. it expected that Mrs. Ellen Arledge, immp.il cf the Old Albuquerque school, and John P. Steinrr. superintendent of Carls l.lementary Section, 2 p. m., Hlch School Auditnrium. KnclUh Section, I p. m.. IJip- llsl t hurrh. Health and Physical Educa- tion Section. I p. m.. Room 31S. Illth School. Illth School Principals' Sec- tion. 2 p. m.. Ilitli School Gymnasium. East Cafeteria. Indian School See lion, t p. m.. r. S. Indian School. Kindergarten Primary Sec- tion. J p. m., main gym. Illth School. Mathemallci Section, t p. m.. MelhodUt Church. Mmle Section. 3 p. m.. Band noom. Oym Itulldlrtg. .Neu- Mexico Awn. for Ad oieinrr. supenmcr.ucni 01 s-aris- for Ad- bad city schools, will be offered! vancement of Science. 3 p. m.. M candidates for president of the association. Albuquerque- and Santa Fe will present invitations as prospective hosts for the 1940 convention. Thursday afternoon will be de- voted to sectional meetings, in fchpoh and other building. The general Thursday nicht at o'clock will be fea- tured hy President Martin's ad- dress. Inspirational addresses will be given by Dr. Dexter and by Dr. Thomas J. Shelby. University ef Texas. lieneral prozrann will be held Friday and Saturday mnniing'. Friday afternoon will be do- votfd tr> section.il meetings, and the evening ti> nttfml.mce at the nbo-FhipJtaiT football game, a concert by Morton BO-AC, tcnur.l I p. Auditorium. Room 151. Manual Arts Build- Int. INjcholntr Section, t p. m.. Room III. Illth School. School Library Section. S p. m.. Illth School Auditorium. Social Srlrnee Section. I p. m.. Veteran's Community Tenter llasement. Spanish Section. 3 p. m.. Rnnm 216. Illrh School. (County) and Section. Z p. m.. Room 136, Administra- tion llulldinc. Vocational Section, I p. m., (iimnaslum. Cafeteria. Administrate Uomen In tJltirallnn, .VJO p. m.. Hilton lintel. Hoard Control. Athlrlle m.. Illth School New Hands to Guide Stale Teachers' Des tinies Tom IViley (leflt Hcrnalillu County school superintendent, elected Wednesday president of the New Mexico Educational Council, cuidlni and letislatlve bodj- of the Stale Educational As- sociation, and Zebeden Garcia. Chama superln- endrnt. new vice president. At rlfht Is Ilr. T. D. Martin, staff number of the National Education tMOeUllon. tiho Inld the Council there never nil! Jourr.il 'still I'huioi be equal school opportunities for all children until Federal aid Is tlven for education. Below. Mr. and Mrs. F. Golden retbter at the Hilton Hotel for the convention. He Is dean of Eastern New Mexico Collete at Portales. At their rliht. K. I- Bronth, librarian at the school, slins while the reiistrar looks tin. Embargo Repeal tote Due Today Senate Bowls Over Many Amendments nit ride Is Killed In Plane Crash I lying Honeymoon hnds in Fragcdy bruit Id.i of thtrf rvt. I.TI- Wi-c. :7. of Twin Fall killed instantly and her I was injured the pri- vate plan in whiih thry ...jng smashed into an irritation iitrh during a fr.rcrd landing near lerp Wednesday. New Mexlcn Awn. for Adult irilucatlnn. 2 p. m.. Hoom Administration lluiMlnt. New Mexico Prrw a. m.. fijm. afrtriia. Banqurt and Business Session, p. rn., Alvaradn llntrl. to-hor- Disciples of Christ Condemn Arms Industry RICHMOND, Va Oct. JS The international convention of the Disciples of Christ adopted unanimously Wednesday a resolu- who was; piloting the the manufacture taken lnuic and Keeler Leaves Jolson 'Mammy' Singer Says Wife Plans Divorce HOLLYWOOD. Oct. 55 Jolson, noted "Mammy" finger ol WASHINGTON, Oct. and stage, disclosed Wed- g Senate majorities bowled he and Ruby Keeler have neutrality bill amendment separated and she has consulted lawyers with divorce in view. Jolson appeared broken-hearted as be told of their separation alter he had taken her to prize fight Tuesday night. "I hope every- thing will work put all he Jleft her at home of her plane n a hospital hrro sufTrring back but said his condition wa> not Married in Twin Fall? Sunday, hn coupln was sprndinc a week's nn nir jaunts thruugli 'outhern Idilin. .-rather forecast'was nml the rain pauee re tcrod Of nn jnili at th. 'eath-T Bureau .it the Municipal irport n< result of Wcdncs- ay's jhowrrr. A .-prinkli- fell downtown while ri-k were reported In T- Heights. In ihr evening ;-how- were reported nil mrr town. Mngollnri had .1.1 of an inch of iin and Roileo .0.1 of an inch. irsic.xi, itEcr.t us NEW YORK. (M. :i hrn'.v mvay your lioyj. what the Sfvnml Cnrp The Carroll Schlieper endur- ance plane droned on and on over the desert Wednesday, its twenty sixth in the air. The t-.vrj Lone Beach men had, at p. m. (Albuquerque aeen aloft 630 hours. If Clyde Schlieper and Wes Carroll are still in the air at p. m. Thursday they will equal the unlimited plane endurance nmie pane enurance record of M.I hours, 3.1 minutes. th fc American I er, dealt! dealt IIIF D L i the KUSh 10 further drt.nU on the Americans. [Soaring, U. S. Reports The relayed a Tass! Soviet rc'As acency) dispatch! WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 [rom Murniar-k as' follows: ru-h tn buy food after the "The is rrmaininc at outbreak of war in Europe, Murmansk pending definite boosted grocery store sales tn ishment of the nature of her car-! rrcnrd in the United States. The Commerce Department said seasonally adjusted index of average daily sales of chain Rro- rrry stores was higher in Sep- tfmber than in any month of the OMfet'd Are Cleared n Slaying of Youth I.. matt in any IIIUIIUl Ol II1C 11 years in which the index has cr calculated. nrrl absolved, tcmber sales were about 8 per w! o killed j cent larfier than in August and !l I George .about 15 per cent larger than in September last year. .1 the youth Prices of some foods have front organization." The storm broke in the com- mittee room, on the floor of the House of Representatives and in the oflices of Federal agencies where those named are em- ployed. Rep. Dempsey (D.. N. committee member who was ab- sent when the names were an Trunk Murderess Flees Because Of 'Persecution' Believe Fugitive From Asylum May Head for Mexico ROADS ARE WATCHED Escape From Locked Women's Ward Puzzles Phoenix Officers PHOENIX. Aril, Oct. !S Crying persecution because she was not permitted to visit her aged, bed-ridden father, Winnie Ruth Judd, trunk murderess, who Iwice was condemned to die, was a fugitive Wednesday night from the Arizona State Hospital. I.OS ANGELES, OeL 33 Dr. C. Judd. husband of Winnie Ruth Judd. trunk slayer. Wednesday ex- pressed a "fervent hope that Winnie Ruth will (Ire herself can lain nolhlni by her escape." Dr. Judd b a patient al th. Veterans' Hospital In West La Anreles. "If my ran reach her, this U what I say to my wife: "Surrender to the nearest offi- of the Ian-, wherever you are. for only disaster aivalU you If you attempt In remain In hiding or In continue flllht." Dr. Judd declared he bellevrd that Mrs. Judd's escape plot wan not hatched over a lone period of time, but that "she acted en the spur of the moment, as In- persons often do." World Affairs At a Glance Br the Associated Tress n> the Associated Press Russian gov- ernment assures United States that American crew of City of Flint is safe aboard vessel at .Murmansk, ending two-day mys- tery. releases German prize crew of City of Flint; informs Britain of refusal to recognirn Britisri contraband list and intention to claim riam- i for result of It. provincial government defeated by Domin- ion Prime .Minister MacKenzie Kinc's Liberal Party in election involving war issues. force of 1.500.. 000 men reported massed on north- ern flank of western front, possibly for attack. BERLIN' German military chiefs met at chancellery as news- paper close to Marshal Goering declares time has corne for "rain" of bombs on England. press ex- The small, blue-eyed, golden- aired slayer, who in 1331 kiUed- ignei Ann Le Rol and Hedvig amuelson, youthful nurses, dU- riembered thejr bodies, stuffed hem into trunks and jhlpped hem to Los Angeles, fled shortly fler p. m. Tuesday and ad been tone nearly 12 efore hospital authorities knew f her absence. Her escape from 'the closely uarded woman's ward pualed, nvestigatori who report-d every- ling was in order. The locked oors. they said, could be opened nly with a key. V. C. White, executive secre- tary lo the governor, who took charge of the investigation, said ian attendant whose name he withheld, put Mrs. Judd to bed at p. m. and found her sitting on the side cf her bed, 15 min- utes later. In the hope of intercepting the fugitive if she attempted to leave the state, the Maricopa County sheriffs office asked all border stations to be on the alert for her. The search was most Inten- sive along the Mexican border and included all ports of entry in Arizona and Texas. Meanwhile H, concern over German sea coroner's jury htld Wednesday hat the of Robert Jessub. The index figure was 103.4 periraidins; air n.iniVtry discloses 2.1. IVi-.-ar. rru-if-an. was, rent of thn average. Sep.! night scouting flights over Berlin, justifiable I.....-..--..-. _ the two him. II. E. Bohrnfal'K. The i.ivia m Mjinc loons nave had tror. mitnu-ipal court'dropped slightly from their early Dec. 1-9. who was the star of o hope for the award in lion with New Mexico t-II Club'programs and film work Miss members with his dairy once a top rank screen over the last three has not appeared lately in which ho grossed an rxvni'; of pictures. Crasli Develops New Friendship KANSAS ITV. Oct. 55 U-, Tellou- residents In Moherly. Mi'., fnr T. Ililjhri. and Flojil lliMrr- min. :S, dlil not irt acquainted "Mill Ihrlr motor cars collided hrre Sunday. llolh mrn Inld Police Judte Thomas V. Holland Wednesday they had developed a frirndthlp nut nf the arcldent. I.llllr dim- ate uat done In Ihrlr II nil anil tluitrj uf rarrlrsi drlilnc. State Cluh Specialist Hatch t'ntil Miss Krelcr fully mikes up her mind, Jolson taid. he will (untinuc to occupy their Kncino younR firandi t_ntnlc, standing 4-H boy in tlic near Hollywood while the the three-year period. Th- Santa will live with her parents. Fc Railroad will cue him the trip. ITIII.ISIIKK IS IIK.MI PASADENA. C.il. O. t -1 Charles J. Fox. (fi, son of n K. Fiix. finindT of the ijiti.il Police and liinr-clf merly a.svociatrd uii'i it.- puhl cahon. died Wrdr.oday after long illni.-s. UMCA IS ncilt KKI) WASHINGTON. Oct M
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