Albuquerque Journal, August 30, 1955, Page 8

Albuquerque Journal

August 30, 1955

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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - August 30, 1955, Albuquerque, New Mexico mmm rn • I Page FourALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL August 30, 1955 Lindrith, Cuba Landowners Organize to Recover Rights Albuquerque Boy A group of Lindrith and Cuba landowners have organized the New Mexico Hotnesteaders Lands Assn. for the purpose of recovering mineral rights on homestead lands in that area, They met at the American Legion Hall in Lindrith Saturday night, heard talks by two Albuquerque attorneys and adopted an organizing resolution. They will sepk membership throughout the state of persons1 owning homesteaded land; ac- cording to Peter McAtee, one of IM...- / 1%pqq I if Ip the attorneys who spoke. !Fr IUD    I    HIC McAtee outlined to the group1 how they should organize into! Warren Miller, 17-year-old son a statewide association, pointing of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd U. Miller out that landowners throughout of 822 Gold SW, won the Pan-New Mexico were interested injhandie Senior Open Chess recovering the mineral rights on|Tournament in Lubbock over their ands from the U.S. Gov- the weekend, eminent, and that the only way He won four and    drew one pf real action could be taken was the five rounds of    play in the through a state-wide organize-'competition. lion.    In second place in the tourna- Francis McFarran, formerly ment was another Albuquerque ■with the lands management di- chess player, Jack Shaw.of 3430 vision of the Department of the Monte Vista NE. Shaw is pres-Interior and now an Albuquer- ently city champion. cue attorney, outlined existing Miller brought home the trivia ws and regulations governing eling trophy of the Panhandle homesteads and reservation of Tourney. The trophy must be mineral rights.    jwon three times before it bi-J He told them “No landowner comes a permanent possession, has anv right whatsoever to min- It was Miller’s first    time to enter    __ erals. whether oil, gas, uraniumjthe Panhandle meet, but he Anything IOU VVHilt to IvIlOW or other who obtained the patent holds the New Mexico junior to the land under a stock graz- chess championship, ing patent, and very few, if Three other any, who obtained the patent chess players attended to their land under what is tournament — Art Innis, Halil ___ ...    .    . known as an agricultural home-.Jones and B. E. Thurston.    What would you like to know    0. and stead.’’    I Albuquerque chess players are about Albuquerque?    miles. The group elected Wet Lee- getting ready this week for the, Whatever it is, you can prob-    Besides Runaway Plane Downed By Australian Fighter SYDNEY, Australia (ZP) —A runaway plane without a pilot was shot down into the sea today after an erratic flight of more than two hours over Sydney and Its suburbs. An Australian Navy plane “killed” the runaway six miles off Broken Bay, th miles north of Sydney. ^ School Rolls Gain In Farmington Journtl Special FARMINGTON — Supt. La Moyne Langston said a total of and eighth graders, Bernalillo School Activities Open Journal Special BERNALILLO — Some 800 students will get back to books end homework today at the Bernalillo schools, and Superintendent Manuel Olguin said the new year looks like “the best one yet.” About 400 grade school and 175 high school students registered Monday, and Olguin said a few late registrants are expected.’ A new junior high school program is being instituted in Bernalillo this year among seventh and Olguin Memorial to Recall Chicago Fire of 71 CHICAGO Mrs. O’Leary’s cow—the critter which kicked off the great Chicago fire of 1871—finally will be memorialized. Mayor Richard J. Daley told the city’s land clearance commission that he wants the site of the cow’s barn, where the fire started, retained by th* city when the land around it is sold. The site just west of the loop will be made into a memorial, Daley said. He invited suggestions as to what sort of memorial would be fitting. 12843 students enrolled here the first day of school Monday. This is an increase of 200 over the first day of school last year. Broken down, there were 1750 grade school students; 433 in junior high (seventh and eighth grades), and 680 in high school. The new cottage schools for said he hopes to turn the present high school building into a junior high next year on com pletion of Bernalillo’s $250,000 high school building Tentative plans call for eventual incorporation of seventh, eighth, and ninth graders into the junior high program, Olguin SLAIN AIRMAN AFTER SHOOTING SPREE: Armed U.S. Air Force police and British officers carry the lifeless body of American airman Napoleon Green from the beach at Broad-stairs, England, after he was shot to death following his berserk shooting spree at nearby south of England air base. Two U.S. servicemen and a British airman were killed and six other persons wounded when Green ran amok with a gun in each hand. first and second graders living! said south of Main Street, were ac-j Construction of the new high iexico junior --- "arx City Directory for 1955 Is Released cepted by the School Board last Saturday. A new junior high building was accepted the week before. school building will this fall. Bids will Sept. 15. start later be opened Cesspools had to be installed! xix ON TO SPEAK its area is 53 inquire1 the city, according to tvpe, along with names and addresses. In Tna arnun    „liW......... ............ , wnBierver 1L 1S you can oroD-i —— a list of statistical eluded in this section are lists of son1 of Lindrith as temporary annual state chess tournament to'    d    .t    .    ^    c*t    data,    services and    historical ever>’ profession, club, society, cha Iraan G*is Boring of Un- be held in the Young Men's ^ lt    re%'    195j    L , facts, the directory contains:    hospital    cemetery, labor orgem- drith as temporary vice chair- Christian Association building Directory which mac.* its ap- An alphabetical list of the zatjon’ library, park playground, man; and Jim Mauzy of Cuba as on Labor Day weekend.    [pearance    Monday.    names    and    addresses    of every'8 school, temporary secretary - treasurer.    Gene    Shapiro    of    Roswe.l.    state;    yon instance. Albuquerque'resident, business concern, insti- K buyer’s guide, in which ad- .    champion,    is    expected    here    to    manufactures about 75 different    tution and club in the city along vertisers explain in greater de- ,_ defend his title, Mille'' said. (types of products, including with wives* names, officers of tai^ the services or products they J T)»n«tratiAn un he from to j^chen sinks. Estimated popula-,clubs and descriptions of busi- have t0 option of the city at present is ICO,- nesses.    I    The    alphabetical list Indicates A householders    directory,!that Albuquerque’s population which lists every street in Albu- has taken a jump since the ap-querque with the householder pearance of the 1954 directory’■ or business at each building or This section took up 821 pages ...    4    .    ...    .the    street.    This    section    also tells'last year. In the 1955 directory All students who will    ,f ^ son is home.0wner or it occupies 907 pages. Close to Albuquerque High School for    a and whelher or not loo families and businesses are wL ^!ime.! o ! LW1?n thil1* has a telephone.    .listed    on each page. •choora* ditoruim at Broadway! A cUssifted business directory,! The directory contains about They will hold office until a per- champion, manent organization can be es- defend his lavished at a meeting planned ■ Registration wm be fro rn IO in Albuquerque the early part a    to 1    P-m- fat ;rda>,    PlaJ’ cf October. McAtee said.    Saturday    through ,    .,    ...    .    Monday, and will    consist of    six M    «. Lee son told the group    that    he    rounds    Newcomers to Meet intends to call on the assist*;    »    ........... ance of all die New Mexico con--.    ,    .    ,    ar-, gressional delegation, and thatWHVHi AttHCne V Is115 he understands similar organa Rather, Father Here rations are to be formed in Ari-    9 tona, Colorado and Wyoming. J Capt Robert Macpherson. “It is possible that    all    the    naval attache    to    Australia    and various a groups will work    to-    New Zealand    for    the last    two temporarily at the new junior high because* the city had not yet carried sewers to the site in its hookup program. It was thought at first the sam# measure would have to be taken at the cottage schools, but a sewer was laid just in time for school opening. St. Thomas Catholic School had an enrollment of 210 the first day and Navajo Methodist Mission School does not open until next Tuesday, but one of the faculty members said around 220 art expected. WASHINGTON (ZP!—The National Association of Home Builders will dedicate its new home, to be known as the National Housing Center, on Oct. 3. Vice President Nixoibpw’ll officially open the new building. PENDELTON SHIRTS CHIPPEWA BOOTS Johnsonian Dregs Shoes REEDERS 116 Gold Ave. SW At AHS Wednesday gather,” he said. and Central NE for orientation. which lists every busine.*® . .    ,...v    1 if*1*,I    „ brv,othe'r! Principal Glen O. Ream Mid _    ,    _ McA lee pointed out that New Diet Judge D. A. Macpherson    Fench, Garage    Bum* Mexico farmers and cattlemen jr., here en route to W asnmgton ,„ _____I,...,,;,..,    .r have been harried by uranium I for a new assignment prospectors, who, under govern- Captain Macpherson, with his ment law. can come onto home- wife and two children, will steaded land and search for min- spend about ten days with his ends.    brother at 909 Vassar SE. Purpose of tit® organization, He is a son of D. A. Macpher-McAtee said, will be to devise son, pioneer Albuquerque resi-means of giving the landowner dent, and is a graduate of An-some benefit in the form of roy- napolis. a1 ties from minerals produced    ■*    ........... Albuquerque Man Hurt method of extracting minerals. By Fall at Farmington In the past some New Mexico residents have recoveree Journal Special mineral rights to their land, but FARMINGTON—Earl Hoven* only through special acts of den of 512 Utah NE, Albuquer-* Congress. Sen. Dennis Chave* que< suffered a serious head in-has introduced a number of bills jury when he fell 17 feet from on behalf of such persons.    a scaffolding while at work at the new se wage disposal plant I here Monday morning. He was taken to San Juan Hospital where it was reported Monday night he was resting New Mexico firm filed suit comfortably. He is an employe e name of the U.S. in federal of L*mbke. Clough & King. in 1400 pages of facts and figures. From it you can find out what a person does for a living, who his neighbors are, whether a woman is single, married, or a An explanation of course* of studies, school rules, clubs, en-    Two small fires burned a, rollment procedures, and other fence and the garage here Mon- widow, who the partners, own* information will be given to the day. Fire Chief Art Westerfelders and officers of a business con-students. Ream said    j said. Boys playing with matches cern are, where the nearest Members of the Pepper Club set fire to a garage at the home store, church, or school is to that will guide the students on a tour of Pauline Faust, 2005 Second house you want to buy, who the of tile school grounds following SW. Chief Westerfeld said. 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