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   Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - August 30, 1955, Albuquerque, New Mexico                               Page Four ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Auguat 30, 195J Lindrith, Cuba Landowners Organize to Recover Rights A group of Lindnth and Cuba landowners have organized the New Mexico tlomesteaders Lands Assn. for the purpose of re- covering mineral rights on homestead lands ill that area. They met at the American Legion Hall in Lindrilh Saturday night, heard ialks by two Albuquerque attorneys and adoptee en organizing resolution. membership J II 15 Albuquerque Boy tins Chess Title They will throughout the state of persons owning homesteaded ac- cording to Pctor McAfee, one of the attorneys who spoke. McAtce oullined to the group how they should organize into a stalowide association, pointing out that landowners throughout Kew Mexico were in lore sled in recovering the mineral rights on their lands from the U.S. Gov- ernment, and that the only way real action could be -taken was thrpugh a slate-wide organiza- tion. Francis formerly wilh the lands management di- vision of the Department of the Interior snd now an Albuquer- que attorney, outlined existing laws and regulations governing homesteads and reservation jnineral rights. He lold them "No landowner has any rigiu whatsoever to min erals, whether oil, gas, uranium or other who obtained the paten to the land under a stock graz ing and very few, i any, who obtained the paten 1o their land under what known as an agricultural home stead." The group elected Lee son of Lindrith as temporarj chairman; Gus Boring of Lin drith as temporary vice chair man; and Jim Mauzy of Cuba a temporary secretary treasurer They will hold office until a per rnanjnt organization- can be es tablished at a meeting plannec in Albuquerque the early par of October, McAfee said. Leeson told the group that h Intends to call on the assis ance of all tha New Mexico con gressional delegation, and tha he understands similar organ zations are to be formed in Ar Edna, Colorado and Wyoming. "It is possible that all th various groups will work tc he said. McAtee pointed oul that Ne Mexico farmers and cattieme have been hairisd by uranium prospectors, who, under govern- ment law, can come onto home- steaded land and search for min- erals. Purpose of the organization, McAtee said, will be to devise- means of giving the landowner dent, an e held in the Young Men Christian Association buildin on Labor Day weekend. Gene Shapiro of Rosweli, sla champion, is expected here defend his title, Miller, said. Registration will be from a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. PI will run from Saturday throug Monday, and will consist of s rounds. Naval Attache Visits Brother, Father Here Capt. Robert Macphc'rso naval attache to Australia a New Zealand for the last two years, is visiting hts' .brother, hist. Judge D. A. Macpherson Jr., here en route to Washington SLAIN AIRMAN AFTER SHOOTING SPREE: Armed U.S. Air Force police and British of- ficers carry the lifeless body of American air- man Napolepn Green from the beach at Broad- stairs, England, after he was shot to death following his berserk shooting spree at a 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. Anything You Want to Know City Directory 1955 Is Released What would you like to know 000, and its area Is 53 about Albuquerque! Whatever it is, you can prob- ably find it in the new 1955 City Directory which made its ap- pearance Monday. For Instance, Albuquerque manufactures about 75 different types of products, including kilchen sinks. Estimated popula- tion of the city at present is Captain Macpherson, with his wife and two children, will spend about ten days with his brother at 909 Vassar SE. He is a son of D. A, Macpher- son, pioneer Albuquerque resi- dent, and is a graduate of An- Albuquerque Man Hurt Jy Fall at Farmington Newcomers to Meet At AHS Wednesday All students who will 'enter Albuquerque High School for tho. first time this fall will rneel Wednesday at 9 a.m. in the school auditorium at Broadway and Ceatral NE for orientation Principal Glen O. Ream eak Monday. An explanation of courses o: todies. sohooi rules, clubs, en rollment procedures, and orher information will be given to the students, Ream said. Members of the Pepper Club miles. Besides a list statistical data, services and historical 'acts, the directory contains: An alphabetical list of the names and addresses of every resident, business concern, insti- .utton and club in the city along with wives' names, officers of clubs and descriptions of busi esses. A householders direclory, which lists every street in Albu- querque with the householder or business at each building on the street. This section also tells it the person is a home.owner or a renter and whether or .no1 he has a telephone. A classified business directors' which lists every business he city, according to type, alon vith names and addresses. I: eluded in this section are lists every profession, club, societ hospital, cemetery, labor organ zation, library, park playgroun and school. A buyer's guide, In which a vertisers explain in greater d Fench, Garage Burns Two small fires burned a fence and Hie her? Mon unaway Plane Downed Australian Fighter SYDNEY, runaway pline without pilot wit ihot down Into the todtjr tfter in.-trrntie flljht more thnn two over Sydney rot Its suburbs. Ah Auilr'illin Nnv'jr plane 'killed" the six miles off Broken Bay, K miles north of Sjdnty. ool Rolls Gain n Farmington ournil Special FAHMINGTON Supt. La- loyne Langsion said a total of 313 students enrolled here the rst school Monday. This s ah increase of 200 over the rst day of school last year. Broken down, there were 1750 rade school sludenls; 433 in unior high (seventh and eighth and 660 in high school. The new cotfage schools for Irst and second grader: living outh of Main Street, were ac- cepted by the School Board last Saturday, A. new- junior high milding was accepted the week before. Cesspuols had to be installed :emporarily at Ihi new junior high the city had not yet tarried sewers to the site in Is hookup program. It was thought at first the mea- sure would have to be taken at the cottage schools, but a sewer was laid just in time for school opening: SI. Thomas Catholic School had an enrollment of 210 the! first day and Navajo Methodist1 Mission School does not open1 until next Tuesday, but one of the faculty members said around 220 are .expected. Bernalillo School Activities Open Journal Special BERNALILLO Some 600 students will get back to books and homework today at the Ber nalillo schools, and Superintend snt Manuel Olguin said the new year looks like "the best one yet." About 400 grade school and 175 high school students regis- tered Monday, and Olguin said a'few late "registrants are ex peeled.' A new junior high school pro gram is being Instituted in Ber nalillo this year among sevenlh and eighth graders, and Olguin said he hopes to turn the pres ent high school building inlo a iunior high next year on com- pletion of Eernalillo's high school building. Tentative plans call for event ual incorporation of seventh eighth, and ninth graders int rtemorial to Recall hicago Fire of '71' CIIICAGO O'Lcafy'i criller-which kicked ff the great Chicago fire of will bo memorial- zed. Mayor Richard J. Daley .told he city's land clearance com- ilssion that he wants the site f the cow's barn, where the ire started, retained by ity when the lind around It 11 >ld. The site just west of the loop vlll be made into a memorial, )aley said. He invited sugges- ions as to what sort of me- morial be fitting. the junior high program, Olgui .aid. Conslniclion of the higl school building will start late this 'fall. Bids will be opene Sept. 15. NIXON TO SPEAK WASHINGTON Na tkmal Association of Horn Builders will dedicate its ne< home, to be known as the Na tional Houning Center, .on Oc 3. Vice President o licially open the new building I PENDELTON SHIRTS CH1PPEWA BOOTS Johnsonian Dreu Shoes REEDER'S 116 Gold Ave. SW :aij the services or products they have to offer. The alphabetical list Indicates :hat Albuquerque's population las taken a jump since the ap- pearance of the 1954 directory. This section took up 821 pages last year. In the 1955 directory it occupies 907 pages. Close to 100 families and businesses are listed on each page. The directory contains aboul 1400 pages of facts aud figures From it you can find out whal a person does for a living, who his neighbors are, whether woman is single, married, or a _______ widow, who the partners, own- Fire Chief Art Westerfeldiers and officers of a business con- said. Boys playing with matches set fire to a garage at the home will guide the students on a tour! of Pauline Faust, 2005 Second of the school grounds following SW, Chief Westerfeld said. A the meeting. New Jersey has 1972 miles of railroad. trash fire was responsible for setting fire to a fence at the residence of Nick DeLorenzo, 2005 Madeira NE. cerr. are, where the r.earcs1 store, church, or school is to tha house you want to buy, who the pastors of Albuquerque's churches are, and just about any- thing, else about the city and its, inhabitants you'd care to know, 'ymrtf ,o- WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO TRAIN FOB BUSINESS AND SECRETARIAL POSITIONS and Men and Top Government need Secretaries and desperately. Employment it Graduation. Enroll Now (or m Good Position FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 1 BOS TIJERAS AVENUE NW TELEPHONE 2-0674 Approved for Training Veterans ZENITH CRUSADE lowers cost of hearing two ways! As millioni know, Zenith cru- lades constantly and conscien- tiously to mafee belter hearing available at ever lower costsl 1. Lower Original Cost! Zenith Hearing Aids are second to none in Ihe world for performance and dependability, yet cost only to Other makes-sell ing at 250.00 J to no more, and in some cases far less I 2. Lower Operating Costl Zenith all-traniistor aids irt real money misers! The popular for example, oper- for only 15f a month, In- stead of to a month for old-style instruments I And the tiny "Royal-T" has a 4-Position Tons Control, Finger- tip Volume Control, Zenith's in- genfous built-in Phc-ne plus provision for an efficient, smartly-styled external phone. See the famous "lioyal- T" your dealer's today. Start saving now tha double Zenith way 1 Sold only with 10-Day Money-" Back Guarantee, 1-Year ranty, 5 -Year Service Plan. Easy Time available. Set' classified telephone directory for nearest Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer, or write: Zenith Radio Corporation, 5801 Dickens Ave- nue, Chicago 39, HI. KIAKiNS ThiXoyiltyif den of 512 Utah NE, Albuquer- que, suffered a serious head in- jury when he fell 11 feet from scaffolding while at work ihe new sewage disposal plant lere Monday morning. He was taken to San Juan1 Hospital where it was reported Monday night he was resting comfortably. He is an employe of Lembke, Clough King. Now Mony Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pletiant ilk aline j powder, holfia teeth more firmly. To eat talk in more comfort Juit sprinkls a little FAS- TEKiK on your Ko gummy. pwty tute or feeliny. CLeckJ (denture Oftt it drug counter. CLINTONP. 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