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   Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - January 19, 1962, Albuquerque, New Mexico                                 Today's Smile  RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) — A hill ha* h©©n In trod nom! In th© Virginia Inrlnlalurn to make th© penalty for pony theft an ©tiff ai th© on© for hon© theft, now puniihabi© by not more than 20 year* In primo.  NAL  Good Morning  That Vin© Mr. Kennedy *ar©ty ISM  Th© Sympathy Of A I af Of Hon**-wive# Vino lim Have aet Vp Bu<l#eti And Tried Ta Make Thoro Work.  82nd Year »  Second-claes postage paid at Albuquerque and at additional mailing offices  Friday Morning, January 19, 1962  Published dally and Sunday at 701 Silver S.W. Albuquerque, N.M , 40c weekly Copyright 19fi2 by Journal Publlehmg Co.  56 Pages in Four Sections ★ ★ ★ Price 7c  Kennedy Asks Record Peacetime Budget  Santa Fe Lawyer Is Recommended For Circuit Court  Anderson, Chavez Favor Oliver Seth For Bratton's Post  Sens. Dennis Chavez and Clinton P. Anderson, New Blowing and drifting snow, northerly winds and near Mexico Democrats, have  Heavy Snow, Harsh Cold Hit Midwest  Compiled from Wire Services  zero temperatures rode the latest winter storm across Kaasas and Missouri Thursday.  In Kansas, Wichita received nine inches of snow in approximately 12 hours with the snowfall continuing. Falling on old snow, the fresh) snow built up to a depth of 13 inches in Wichita, breaking the 1  record of 12 inches established in March, 1909.  City schools were closed in)  Wichita, and many rural) schools in the area dismissed classes early.  Traffic throughout the strick-; en areas of Kansas and Mis- 1  souri slowed to a crawl, but no routes were reported closed Stalled Cars  Financing Plan, Remedial Bills Will Be Offered  By FKF.D BUCKLES Of the Journal's Santa Fe Bureau  In the southwest Missouri SANTA FE - A detailed Ozark s,h o w e v e r, ate te highway I     {inancing    plan that   would give local authorities  patrol troopers barricaded hilly stretches where stalled cars blocked traffic.  At 2 p.m. Thursday, snow was falling at every reporting weather station in Kansas— from Goodland in the far northwest to Chanute in the  more power and attempt to erase inequalities among districts will be presented to the special session of the legislature opening Feb. 12.  The following remedial bills  recommended Oliver Seth, Santa Fe attorney, for the  nomination to fill a vacancy on the U. S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.  Sen. Anderson told the Journal’s Washington Bureau Thursday he recommended Seth “three weeks ago.”  Sen. Chavez also recommended Seth to U. S. Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedy.  With the assumed Chavez-Anderson deadlock for an acceptable New Mexican for the post over, Seth’s name apparently will go to the White House and President Kennedy will make the nomination to the Senate. Vacancies for the circuit bench were created when Judge Sam G. Bratton, Albuquerque, resigned last March and a bill alloted another judge for the appeals court. A Kansan was named to fill one spot, and it was assumed a New Mexican would be nominated for the other vacancy.  Oliver Seth  ..    ,    ,  A  .also will be offered in an ef-  southeast. Several point, re-  fort to bor)st  revenue  ported blowing and drifting  A  change stating clearly that Procedure of Appointment * nf * w ’‘    the 1961 3-cent cigaret tax in-S The mechanics of the ap-  At the same time in Mis-  cr€ , ase  g 0es  the state generalipointment include a Justice'  Dept, consultation with the American Bar Assn. If a favorable opinion is received, the!  candidate to then given a field ^ „ f stlt ,  wW< . h w „  i ousted from power only 48  am A-S  souri, it was snowing at    j fund  reporting stations except those I Efforts to euro objections of in the extreme south.    'federal    contractors to payment  Heavy snow warnings were  o{ the  compensating tax. issued Thursday night for! Amendments settling proeast-central south and north-  te8tg over a  section of the west Missouri and for south-  schoo l tax law enacted in 1961 east and east-central Kansas, dealing with federal contracts More Snow    entered before the change.  The snow was forecast to —  w     —.—  continue through Friday with  T ”  ,n , accumulations of foul inches Another *ttempt  t0  pl* ce  ® or more on top of the old snow °* ona-cighth of one per  Temperatures were from zen ° n out ‘ of * sta e  * °}j sa  IV ■    f    IT    Rf    I  to no higher than IO above,** merchandise moiId in lllirnpf AIT A N M Thursday night in the stricken  New  Mexico. A 1961 law aim-|I/U CvlUl 111 Ila Ilia  srnoCh^f *• Hitt tjnruai:  Heavy snow also fc-fcM-siAle- Large food chains would  Domingo Control Switches  SANTO DOMINGO (I PI) —Armed Forces Secretary Maj. Gen. Pedro Rodriguez Echavarria. military strongman behind the junta which seized power Tuesday night, was arrested Thursday by a group of air force officers who staged a sudden counter-coup  City Man Named Acting Personnel  Congress Splits Over Predicted U.S. Income Gain  President's Budget Sharply Hit by GOP, Some Democrats  WASHING TON UP) — President Kennedy’s prediction of an SII-billion jump in federal income during the coming year split Congress Into rival “it will —it won’t” camps Thursday.  Republican leaders and some Democrats were sharply critical of the President’s $92.5-billion budget, with its forecast of a $463-million surplus, while administration stalwarts defended their chiefs figures as sound, constructive and responsible.  Kennedy’s thesis that government revenues will rise from $82 billion to $93 billion in the 12 months starting July I attracted most attention.  No Dispute on Defense No one quarreled with the $52.7 billion allocated for de tense spending, but some critics Sin both parties said efforts will I be made to cut other items.  “Truly President Kennedy is [heading us toward the levia than state,” said Senate Repub-  ' ~    .    ..    mean    Leader Everett M. Dirk-  Th. of fie, r, simultaneous- ^  0( UUnoiL    artmlnl5 .  tration is racing headlong into future deceits of enormous size by spending ail income at _     a     ,i time of peak prosperity and  hours ago. The newly freed ^ girting  new  programs carfour were returned to the na- 1^  tQ  ^  billloni in the fu .  tional palace, to pick up ture years, necessarily financed where they left off Tuesday.  by  to rrowed   money.”  Nim. of the    ” a     The Republican House lead.  eounter-eoup spread through    P     A .  H alleek of  the city and aet off a wild  1    r   $92 Billion Outlay Provides Big Space, Armed Force Buildup  WASHINGTON (UPI)—President Kennedy Thursday sent Congress a $92.5 billion record peacetime budget geared to U.S. mastery of space and stronger military forces to ‘’strike back decisively” against any Communist attack.  In the first complete fiscal program of his administration, the President called for repeal of the IO per cent tax on train and bus travel. Officials said the administration also hoped to reduce income taxes somewhat early next year.  While his budget for the 12 months starting July I was the biggest ever in a non-war year, Kennedy forecast a ‘‘modest” $500 million surplus. He predicted _     jJ  __in    me—i (that rising prosperity  The FEDERAL BUDGET ]  whopping $10.9 billion in-  Expenditures  $92.5  Receipts  $93.0  Ijr released from imprisonment four members of the  celebration.  travel Thursday in areas  hobbled I ^ gignificantly affected with  east and Pacific Northwest. other    the  Th. voidest weather of toe!,,*  mea!ure    tha   From the Journal's Santa Fe Bureau  SANTA FE — Milton E Scudder, 46, of 1032 Pampas Dr. SE, Albuquerque, has bi en  McCone Given Informal OK  WASHINGTON OB — Power Central Intelligence  Indiana, called the President’s I program “the old story of more ixiwer for the White House, ■nore spending, more debts and  i more taxes.”  Sound Formula  Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana on  1Billies* crease over this year.  Even so, he asked Congress RiffllS for a $10 billion increase in the  Budget Appropriations for New Mexico Listed on Page D-I.  A SLIM SI RPI.1'8: The fiscal 1963 budget of $92.5 billion is compared to estimated revenues of $93 billion in this chart.  winter stung New England.!**** withholding nicome tax  named  acting state personnel  0 !  thf *  Hamh cold also clung to th**  m     employed    rn    New     dimrtof     effective    j an    2 9,    at    a    Agenc y and John A. McCone g  lung    Mexico, but living outside the  su! jr> of $7<)0 a numth     fitness    to    head    it    both    were  state. The employe’s “domi-j scudder will redace Donald Questioned Thursday but a Sen-cile” was the controlling factor|o^on.  w ho was granted alate committee gave informal  north central section of the country.  More than IO inches of mow accumulated in Watertown. N. Y., since 6 a.m., schools closed early.  Schools Closed  in the 1961 law. Other remedial  legislation  I four-month    leave of absence  ...    .    , ,    .    ,    .    ..    to complete    his studies for an  also will    be    introduced    in    th*. j|«A. degree    at the University  special session.    of New Mexico.  „ . .    .    >,{#*;_-    mawIl    l    tJf    j     Cin8    p    dn .    ! The State Personnel Board  Cold and shifting .now (, .ubmnted WM printed ,  ked S( . udd ,, r a( ,, r lnter .  t 5*  d y !° r    Tuesday 10    l ** 1,laUv * *“ viewing him and three other  5000 school pupils in What-    . ..    .  com County in northern Wash-J    _________  m  _  ington. Schools remained closed  in most of the northeastern  section of that state, where  temperatures plunged to -20 in  applicants.  approval to McGone’s nomina tion as CIA director.  The wealthy industrialist engineer actually has been run ning the super-secret agency since last November when he succeeded Allen Dulles under Others were R. L. an interim appointment by  the other hand said the budget    ‘CL-,.**.    iL.  offers “a sound formula for Aition Shoot* tor the MOOP  maintaining both fiscal responsibility and the forward mo-j memtum of tha nation’s econ-)  omy.”  The new Speaker of the! House, John W. McCormack, D-Mass., said it is “a sound, constructive budget, geared to a great and expanding future for the world’s greatest coun-  US-54 Cra  Kills Californian  Colville and -7 in Spokane An estimated 10,000 children were out of school rn the Fraser|  LOGAN  (UPI)—A 33-year Valley of British Columbia be-! old Cahforma man  was killed cause of drifts piled up by 40 m ph. winds Wednesday.  Snow fell in a band that ex-  Van Nostrand, 1221 Propps NE, Albuquerque, former personnel director of the Sandia Base  civilian personnel office; Mrs. Beatrice Chauvenet of Santa  tended from northern New Mexico to southern Illinois.  It amounted to 2 inches in Clovis, N. M . and I to 2 inches in parts of the Texas panhandle.  More Snow Seen For City Area  Fe, a member of the State Board of Health, who previously held several state positions;  and Larry Waterman of Santa (ingtion. ~_____  in a one-car accident north of Fe, former executive secretary postponed until Monday. on "     ,,,J    J ‘  President Kennedy.  Despite conflict-of - Interest  challenges and other criticisms during several hours of hearings. it was learned late Thursday that a substantial majority of the Armed Services Committee will endorse the nom  U.S. Ready to Launch ‘Big Shots’ Next Week  CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. <J» literally and figuratively to “shoot for the moon  temporary national debt limit to help the government meet j current bills. This would bring the debt limit to a record $308  billion.  Stronger Military Forces  To provide stronger and 'more versatile military forces, {the President called for almost 11600 ballistic missiles, more than 30,000 planes and 2,684,-  000 men under arms.  For a space effort second to  1 none, he proposed a $1.4 billion boost in spending over the current year. This would provide funds for such feats as  i manned orbital flights looking j toward manned flight to the moon by 1970.  I The President did not mention any general tax reduction.  : But Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon said at a budget briefing that the administration hoped Congress would pass early next year a bill lowering tax rates and plugging some loopholes.  Tax Cut Indicated  If Congress agrees, most people probably would get a cut in their income tax bill, especially those in the low and middle income brackets.  Budget Director David E. Bell defended as reasonable the President’s assumption — for fiscal purposes — that the Berlin situation would permit release by next July of reservists and Guardsmen called up for the German crisis. They _    ,    would    be replaced by a two.  The United States ptans  d j vis ,,, n  increase in the regu-  next week  A formal vote w a scepticism. He said   _____^    ‘The    claim    that it is a bathers on US-54 Wednesday of the old State Youth Com-1**    *"    ’__'    lanced    budget    depends    on    too  #TAT E -T« A rric     fi:m,,ons    wer< -    He’ll    Just Have to Duck    ° n    re '  And Hide the Beer  1962 to date IO; In Jan. IO 1961 to date 15; all Jan. 20  discontinued Former FBI Agent   __ Scudder    is    associated    with!  night when he lost control oflFidelifax In Albuquerque, a hi* car.    nationwide    investigative serv  Henry E. Davis Jr., of Compton, Calif., was dead on arrival at a Tucumcari hospital. State Police said Davis’ car  went out of control on a curve and overturned “four or five times.”  Almost all parts of the state received a little snow or rain) early Thursday, and the north-) west and the Albuquerque area may get more snow tonight.  Thursday's amounts were light, with Sandia Crest adding 3 inches to the existing! TUCUMCARI (UPI)—A Clo-groundcover. Clovis had 2!vis cook and his waitress wife inches.    have    not been heard from since!  Northeastern and east cen- they left their home Jan. 6 to tral areas were chilly Thurs* visit relatives in Tucumcari,  Couple Missing Since Jan. 6  ice operated by a former FBI agent. Scudder was an FBI agent from 1941 to 1947. He worked for the Central Intelligence Agency from 1947 to 1951 and for the Atomic Energy Commission in Albuquerque as security agent from 11951 to 1957.  i Scudder was personnel director and executive vice president of Lytle Corp. in Albuquerque from 1957 to 1960.  He is married, and the couple has one child.  Personnel Board Chairman  try.  “I am especially happy to see in what could be its proudest period of the young space    age _ p res i d(ant  characterized  its emphasis on unquestioned Undergoing final checks on launching pads here ara a    trio     t   supremacy in the field of na- of powerful rockets designed to boost the first American    into  #   p   tional security,” McCormack orbit about tho earth, to land added.    a package of instruments on  Rep. Clarence Cannon, D- the moon and to hurl five satellites aloft simultaneously. I The “big one,” of course, is Wednesday $ scheduled attempt to rocket Astronaut John H Glenn Jr. into an orbit which will whip him three times around the world in 4 4 hours trenchment”    *t altitudes up to 150 miles.  Called Unrealistic    I Contribute to Goal    Justice of the Peace E Mead  Rep. Leslie C. Arend* of  Illinois, the assistant House  Mo., chairman of the House Apropriations Committee, expressed dissatisfaction and  Rocka fellow  To Be Held For Trial  I ar Army.  for national growth and strength,” and said he was holding purely domestic spending to levels “virtually stable” with the current year. But he  ;  proposed some “important shifts in direction and empha-jsis.”  HOLSTON, Tex. tgt—The 1st Texas Court of Civil Appeals has ruled in effect, that Republican leader, called the a wife has a right to pour budget “wholly unrealistic  day, as midwestern cold seeped across from Texas. Clayton had both the lowest minimum, 5 above, and the lowest maximum, 16. Hobbs had the high of 62.  The cold will stay in the northeast area today, with highs of 25-35 predicted.  Albuquerque Weather  ai hi ut r.Koi r. AXD virwiTf:U§ 5 feet 5, weighing  •tttifra* V*  bt fMstMt light MOV taal fir pounds, with blue eye®  ££?% &.XE?»ra  brow »  hai , r ’ Prke ls 5 feel 8 -  ani is at uva airport weighing 165, with brown hair  MtHTHfiKN mw mexico: gumM and brown eyes, police said,  •rani* eloii'Uurn* today and Saturday ut* a Mortal H*ht »Jto*r In northern bordar •miion* Not quit# an rot t In «*t.#m* north ca at aiighOy eookrr #1***1,«•!* ll istle today 26-46 aa#t. SS 60 • ©rural and vwt, ibvi toolfht 15-30.  HOI TH KUN WWW MBMQi Fair.  •xi©pt lot tax-‘t* i oi t <* I eloudinaai hi PHOM Valias today through Saturday No toipo'tani laurfarratur# .maria©*  Hist*# today 44-AO, few# tonight 1S-22 mountain melton# 22 34 al##wn#r#  Additional Weather Page C-6  police report.  Missing are Mr. and Mrs Bill Price. They left Clovis toj visit Mrs. Price’s parents, Mr and Mrs. E. N. Kmnebrew of Tucumcari.  Mrs. Price’s sister, Mrs, W. D. Daugherty, reported them missing and said they did not take along clothing enough for even an overnight trip.  Police described Mrs. Price  140 and  Kansan, 74, Diesi In US-54 Crash  SANTA FE MB— A 74-year-old Kansas man was killed) Thursday in a one-car accident five miles weal of Vaughn on  US-54.  The victim was Francis E l Fisk* of Barnes, Kan.  State Police said Flake may have been blinded by the setting sun but asked for a coroner's examination after finding  beer over her husband’s head and fling ash trays st him.  Sueh acts, the court said, are natural parts of married  life  The court reversed a divorce decree that Bert L. Nehyrock, Kountze, Tex., received April 20 from Diet. Judge Wendell Odom.  Sehyrock's lower court petition alleged mental cruelty in the form of frequent arguments during w hich his wife poured beer on bis head, flung asb trays at him, and,  More for Education  He urged bigger spending for education, health, housing and natural resources development. He said, however, that  But no less important to Arbogast said Thursday night    these increased outlays could  space scientists are tho moon he will bind William R Rock-    be all but offset by trimming  shot, scheduled Monday, ^fellow, former city purchas-    the farm and unemployment  the quintuplet satellite firing, mg agent, over to district court    compensation programs, pius a  set for Thursday    for trial on a charge of em-  cut m  postal deficit.  All three launchings will  oej;z i emen t >     Thus    his balanced budget  contribute gieat.v to this Arbogast is scheduled to read w ##  contingent on Congress nation', avow'd goal of placid  a sta , ement  outlining hi, rn..  ral ’ m *  lh *  ot a / m dasa   a thn«-man astronaut    on     ini s  „  a m tud  „  tht . letter to 5 cent, and agreeing  th. moo# in th!, decade, hope- ^  counhouM teliM<1  lo »ueh controversial plan, a,  i J to relent content, of too ttato-    » P™P'’« d      r  ,a ™  If the United .States st .bs its     r    ? -  h t     price supports. Th# surplus  John    J.    Williams,    R-Del.    said toe on any of the launchings,    also hinged on continued “brisk  the President’s    claim    of    a    bal-!it wiU be in the glare of pub- Defense Attroney James L    recovery” of the economy,  lanced    budget    is    “about as    Ucity. Hundreds of newsmen Brandenburg    said I r. ursa ay:    |» or     current year, he  phony    as some    of    his earlier    from many countries are pour-jnigm ne was    “disappointed’  forvuw    a de (, clt 0 f g7 billion,  campaign promises.”    ing into the    nearby    missile to learn his client a o u i re    compared with a    $3 9 bil-  But Sen. Hubert    H    Hum-    community    of    Cocoa    Beach, bound over, but haul he ha>     bon    dr < iclt m  fiscal    1961    —  phrey of Minnesota,    the    assist-    which long    ago ran    out of  no  doubt of his acquittal in     aR     Eisenhower year    Risen.  ant Democratic leader, descnb- motel and hotel rooms for next (district court.    {bower had a surplus of $1 2  nothing more or less than a political document with the fiction of being balanced.” Sen. Kenneth B, Keating, R-N Y., said it amounts to “a kind of economic whistling in the dark,”  On the Senate floor, Sen,  on one occanion, threw shaving kit at him.  his ed it to newsmen as “a respond- week, Restaurants ible and fiscally sound bud-[clubs are booming  aud  Mrs. &■ by rock appealed.  Sandia District Votes To Disband by March  night    Assistant District    Attorney    billion in 1960 and    a $12 4 bilic Leslie Williams,    who has     bon  deficit in recession-year  been seieteed as prosecutor, de- lyyg, persons    will    rimed comment until    he heard -j<he President    said more  north    andfull statement by    Arbogast    -    ‘ three-fourths    of the $3.4  111 inn# u.’ 111 i    Suuh  < wMUUMtttf aa A U  To Be on TV  Thousand.*; of cram the beaches  south of the Cape, millions will) The charges evolved from watch on television when the)the sale of used traffic  FIRST NI ( LEAR SI B  LONDON (UPI) — The keel of tile Valiant, first nuclear submarine to be designed and built entirely in Britain, will be laid Monday at the Barrow-in-Furness Shipyards, it was announced.  By WATNE S. Si OTT  The Sandia Conservancy District came to an end Thursday night.  Dim tors voted to comply is bottle of what appeared to'with a district court order ami be heart medicine in the car, dissolve the district by March The death was not added tell* Tile only work remaining is the state traffic    toll    until    re-j payment of final bills and writ.  suits of    the    investigation    are    ing of reports which the court  known.    has informally requested, ac-  40-year-old    Marine    $225 check    to    cover the pur-.  el,    and    ^® v >'    chase, but    did    not fill in the   M     4-.*    name of the    payee. Rocksfellow  — — --------------- has since  city officials hr  lied his own name in, easneu  Tile investigating officer said the Fisk© car left the road, hit the shoulder and then overturned l^k times.  cording to David Campbell, executive secretary.  The end came with dramatic suddenness. The vote of the  Atlas rockets carrying Glenn gingering equipment to Donald  and the Hanger J moon probt j #  Mickey, former Albuquer-IJJ C    Kith  blast off. This is in deep con q Ue  resident now living rn Den {J #0© * 11 vv I Val I trait to the secrecy which s ir-  ver     j    py  ramids Russian space shots. Mackay gave Rockgfellow a A  m Tpet  Glenn, 40-year-old Marine *•*-»« ..v *t>- »•,© sa J Cot LSI MOL  directors reversed action'lieutenant color taken at the last meeting when; the board, by a 3-1 vote, de-j  cided to appeal from the court _ .    Cs T,  order to dissolve.    I    libans OB Hunger MnKe^**;    held*    the    money    - S eries    of    nuclear  Unanimous Vote    HAVANA    UR    -Cubans    who    to buy small tools for the ti af  Director Edward Parham,I have taken asylum in the Ar- fu engineering office, who had voted for the appeal at the Jan. 9 meeting, made Thursday night’s motion to drop the appeal and dissolve.  The vote was unanimous.  Asked after the meeting why  rn AS  WASHINGTON — Hie United States fired Thursday  the 10th shot of its current eats.  The Atomic Energy Commission announced the blast at  aeoline Embassy went on a} Testimony at the preUrmn-iite Nevada Test Site TO hunger strike Thursday, pro- ary hearing Jan, 5 outlined underground as ha\e Dean the testing Cuba’s failure to grant!tim method Rock.,fellow used)others.  them safe conduct mil of the to return the money to the; The shot was described as of country Some of them, placards city by a cashier’s check. Arb©-flow yield, meamng one with an hung outside the embassy said. fast ^aid bond will be continued explosive force of lees teen 30,-have been in asylum IO montes at $100.    judo    tons    of    TNT.   

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