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   Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - July 2, 1962, Albuquerque, New Mexico                                A-2 The Albuquerque Tribune July 2. 1962 ALGERIA Continued from Fife A-l dtjiondence. Nt'Viv the Jnstralors to m dra- matic split of the nationalist jleadership. Ben Bella, one of the he- roes of the Algerian revolu- Bokum Firm Gets Big Job tion, went eve of the to Libya on the self determination DISPLAYING a Purple Heart is Edward F. Holiday (left) national commander of the Military Order of the Purple Heart of the U.S.A. The medal belongs to Julian Chavez (right) commander of Albuquerque Chapter 176 which led the nation in membership growth. Mr. Holiday is on a tour, visiting chapters of his organization and veterans confined to hospitals. (Staff photo) Purple Heart Unit Hailed Annexation Issue Delay Requested Annexation of 90 acres o The Albuquerque order of the West Mesa comes up b  giving oni; to a soldier in 1782 for yalor in action in which he was wounded. Mr. Holiday joined the army when he WES 15. "But according to official records I was he said. He fought on seven fronts, advanced to captain and was wounded twice. He said his organization's purpose is to help all needy veterans and their families. "We try to cheer them up, aid them financially and provide them legal help when they need he said. MAN SLAIN Continued from 1'ag-e A-l protecting my business." Findley's mother and widow of the victim and Findley's 14-year-old brother were ap- parently in the home behind the station, Findley told Hay, "but they knew the argument was going on." However, Sheriff Hay said later the widow, Mrs. Elza Findley, was an eye witness to the slaying. She was giving a statement to county detectives shortly before noon. Mrs. Findley did tell Depu- ty Leo Lucero said the widow told him the father and son had been feuding for two years. Hay said Findley told him: "I am citing my rights un- der the Second Amendment to the Constitution to bears arms in defense of my life or property." Investigating the slaying were Hay, Deputies Dick Pool, Leo Lucero, Ross Lopez and Del Chavez, and County Dels. O.E. O'Guin and Robert Tena. Findley was fore the City Planning Com mission tonight for furthi deferral requested by zonk consultants now doing a stud; The annexation and simu taneous zoning from singli family residential to commun ty commercial and manufai turing has been asked by A. F Cole and others. This will be the second de ferral, if approved, for th. area bounded by Fortun Road, 68th Street, Glenri Road and 64th Street NW. The commission also wi consider a zone change fror office to community commer cial on 13001 Central NE. Bill WASHINGTON, July UPI) Senate Democrat; eaders hoped today that Re lublican backing will help msh through the Senate th issue of health are for the aged. The Senate prepared o open debate vote today on bipartisan compromise bil arrying the sponsorship o: 23 senators, five of them Republicans. The pending measure, orked out in consultation Republicans, invites the articipation of states a n c rivate insurance companies, nd extends basic health enefits to all of the nation's ged, even 2.5 million not overed by social security up 1967. The estimated cost for a erson making a minimum of a year would be about 3 a year. This would cover ertain limited hospital, nurs- g home and out-patient care us some drug costs. Persons and over covered by Social ecurity would be eligible for ic basic health package. Sen. Clinton P. -N.M., principal Senate acker of Kennedy's port for rebellious left com- manders of the National Lib- eration Army fired by B e n Khedda. Join Reluctantly Many thousands of Euro- peans reluctantly joined in the massive "Yes" vote thai called for independence collaboration with France. In some districts, their vote for independence was more than The Moslem majority, of course, piled up the massive vote for independence, and the final result to be close to is expected per cent affirmative. Some towns reg- istered not a single "No" vote. SANTA FE, July 2 HI Richard D. Bokum II, presi- dent of United Nuclear Corp., announced today in Santa Fe that the company will be the associate contractor with General Motors Corp., Alli- >on division, under a contract being negotiated for develop- ment of a proVilype military compact reactor plant for the Atomic Energy Commission. The AEC announced Friday in New York that it was nego- tiating the contract with the two firms. "United Nuclear will per form all nuclear phases of thi Bokum said. "The MCR project maj well be the start of a majo advance for land-based port able and mobile power plant Get Info Politics, Bankers Are Told Albuquerque bankers hav been urged to take an aciiv part in politics by Ben H. Woo ten, board chairman of Dallai First National Bank. He spoke to 800 persons ai tending the annual banquet o the local chapter of the Amer ican Institute -of Banking a the Cole Hotel Saturday nigh Mr. Woolen said banks ar the nation's "veins and through which the life blooi of business flows." He sale banking is the dynamo of th capitalistic system. comparable under way that the already nuclea Democrats Meet Tonight SANTA FE, July 2 Santa Fe County Democrats will meet here tonight to name delegates to Saturday's State Democratic Convention lere and to elect county party Sheriff Manuel Ortiz is con- sidered a strong candidate for county chairman, a spokes- man said. Another mentioned B State Rep. Bruce King of Stanley. Martinez Not Running Present chairman, Antonio Martinez, is not running. The meeting will be at Harvey 'unior High School. State Sen. Fabian Chavez of lanta Fe will confer with his ommittee here Thursday to raw up proposed planks for he state convention's plat- orm committee. Former Santa Fe .Mayor .eo, T. Murphy will be key- ote speaker of the state con- ention. He was an unsuc- essful candidate for the Dem- cratic nomination to gover- or .in the May 8 primary. The state central commit- ee will meet here Saturday Iso and is expected to name Calvin Horn of Albuquerque s state Democratic chair- lan. Horn is the choice of tate Rep. Jack Campbell of ?oswell, who will run against epublican Gov. Edwin L. tfechem in the November overnor's race. Horn Is Choice Recent disputes at Tabs and alencia County conventions idicated there may be con- at the state meet- ig over seating of delegates om these counties. Bokum said. United Nuclear is engaged in every commercial phase o: the nuclear energy cycle starting with its own uranium mines and mills and extend- ing through fuel and reactor core fabrication to delivery o: complete nuclear plants. The present United Nuclear Corp., with headquarters in While Plains, N. Y.. results from a merger of United Nuclear and Sabre-P i n o n Uranium of Santa Fe. The AEC announcement said that under the contract being negotiated, the Allison division would be the prime contractor with United Nu- clear serving as associate. No Cost Available The objective the proj- ect is the design, construc- :ion and operation of a mobile light-weight compact power riant capable of generating kilowatts of electricity. The plant will have a high- temperature, liquid metal cooled reactor coupled to a power conversion system. An AEC spokesman said the negotiations are expect- ed to take about a month. No money figure will be avail- able until a contract is com- pleted, but it is expected to be a multimillion-dollar proj- ect, he added. By Governors (Related News on Page B-3! HERSHEY, Pa., July 2 M Democratic governors re ported majority support to day for a program of medica care for the elderly financed through Social Security. But they split wide open as usual, on the question oJ a declaration on civil rights Republican state execu- :ives, meeting in a separate caucus in this politics-packed 54th Annual Governors' Con- 'erence, exactly reversed the Democrats' stand. Gov. Wesley Powell of New Hampshire, chairman of the conference, reported a major- ty of the Republicans op- posed to the Kennedy admin- stratioti's compromise health are bill scheduled for U. S. Senate consideration. But he aid they were unanimous In heir pro-civil rights position. Sandia Union Vote Is Tonight1 Members of Office Em- iloyes Local 251 AFL-CIO will tonight on whether to ac- ept Sandia Corp.'s latest ,'age offer. Paul Cruz, local president, aid a strike will be scheduled the offer is rejected. The union represents andia Corp. employes. The meeting will be at !arpenters Hall, Lomas and iardenas NE. NM Governor Has Birthday SANTA FE, July 2 Edwin L. Mechein became 5 years old today. But a celebralion of h i birihday will be delayed uv til ihis weekend, when he re turns from the National Gov ernors Conference in Hershey Pa. The Mesilla Valley Cham ber of Commerce in La Cruces be host at a birth day parly for the governo from 4-7 p.m. Sunday at Mi! ;on Hall on the. campus Mexico State University The celebration of Mechem' 50th birthday is coupled wit] he Mesilla Valley Chambe jf Commerce's celebration o 50 years of statehood for New Mexico. Mechem is expected to ar rive back in New Mexico Fri day afternoon. He is travel ng by train with Mrs. Me chem and a son, Walter. His office said today Me chem should arrive at Lam; rriday afternoon. On Saturday afternoon he will attend a re publican rally at Dexter and go to Las Cruces for birthday celebration -hen he Sunday. Gov. Mechem was born Ju y 2, 1912 in Alamogordo. Boy, 15, Is Gored; Condition Critical PORTALES, July 2 4. 15-year-old boy was in critl- al condition today in Roose- elt General Hospital after eing gored by a bull on a airy farm near here. Ray Wright, who lives at he New Mexico Christian hildren's Home near Por ales, was walking through a asture owned by the Homes 3airy Farm when he was h a r g e d and gored three mes by a Holstein bull. Named 0 Diplomats Dr. Alan R. Laurain of the eterans Hospital has been arned a Diplomate of the merican Board of Pathology.; RED CHINA Continued from Page A-l tionallst invasion of t h mainland. He told newsme the United States has urge "the abandonment of force i settling mailers in the Fo. mosan The Soviet premier spoke i the wake of reports that th Chinese Communists ha moved strong reinforcemenl to Ihe mainland coast opposit the Nationalist offshore is lands of Quemoy and Matsu Toughest Warning Khrushchev's 31 minut speech was the toughes warning yet from the ICrem lin on the situation in t h China-Formosa area. In the speech, billed as report to the people on hi recent Romanian visit, Khru shchev accussed the west o preparing a new world wa and stockpiling weapons 0 mass annihilation. Two Robberies Reported Here Two strong-arm robberies re ported yesterday to police wen >eing investigated today by de tectives. Raymond Poncho, Lagunt Pueblo, told -Patrolman Dougla ienson that two men grabbec iim in the 100 block of Firs about a.m. yesterday and took his wallet. He didn' know how much money was Tossing, John Akin, 51, of 1505 Mary Ellen NE, told police that while was working at 9 p.m. yes- erday at the La Linda Texaco ervice station, 2403 Central TVV, three men entered the sta- ion, beat him with their fists nd made off with Patrol- man Bernett E. Griffin took report. Injured in Fall Hichard L. Morris, 16, of 55 Delmar NW, was reported "fair" condition today at resbylerian Hospital. Young forris, a KiMo Theater em- loye, fell from a ladder while langing the marquee late aturday, receiving head in- uries. Jail Term h Suspended Benjamin Tanner, 35, of 1502 Broadway SE, was given a suspended sentence of six months in County Jail by Dist. Judge Robert W. Reidy after Tanner pleaded guilty to sell- ng or possessing for the pur- pose of sale liquor without a jcense. Tanner was arrested June 25 by city police who said he sold a pint of wine to a man at his house. Judge Reidy gave the sus- pended sentence after Tanner said he has never been in serious trouble before. Judge Reidy ordered an at- orney appointed for Joseph Johnson, 4.1, of 530 Utah NTE, charged with assault with deadly weapon. Johnson is accused of shooi- ng Deputy Sheriff Ron Phil- ips on the bridge of the nose after an argument in the parking lot of the Paradise Supper Club, Tijeras Canyon, une 26. His bond was con- inued at Vandals were busy over the A. D. Rynor, 1114 La Po- lana NW, told Patrolman Rob- rt Neel a firecracker was used burn the front seat of his ar parked near his home. Clyde Cano, 321 52nd SW, old Patrolman E. L. Romero omeone broke his living room indow but it was not immedi- tely determined what type of issile was used. Patrolman A. E. Villescas lid a tail light was broken in car belonging to T. M. Bo- one while the vehicle was arked at his home, 8810 Los xboles NE. And Mary Forde, '107 Sev- nth NW, said a window was rokcn at her home with a fire: acker. Patrolman James Me-- lanahan reported. Classified Ads Get Results arrested by Sheriff Hay and Deputy Cha- vez. Hay said the service sta- tion, y'h'fh is nearly on Ihe corner of Sunset Garden and Atrisco SW, also has the ad- dress of 508 Atrisco SW. The weapon used Was a .357 Magnum revolver, Findley told Sheriff Hay. The Sheriffs Department was notified of the shooting immediately and a half doze deputies led by Hay rushed to the scene. rcpcsal, introduced the bi partisan substitute Friday. From Police Police today were search- for Daniel Gutierrez, 22, Route 3, Box 3099, who caped yesterday from Pa- olman Ira Scoggins after the arrested him for driv. Autopsy Ordered In Death of Baby An autopsy was being con ducted today to determine the cause of death yesterday of Linda Dyer, 2-year-old daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dyer, 433 82nd SW, police said The child was taken to a local hospital by her parents and police said the family physician told them efforts were made to revive the tot, who had stopped breathing. said the physician told them that the infant had been Buffering from a respir- atory ailment recently. Sunday Closing Backed by Class The Sunday-closing agree- ment adopted by Albuquerque used-car dealers has been en- dorsed by the Asbury class of Central Methodist Church. The 52 couples in the group nclude businessmen, profes- sional men, employers and em- ployes. Don Allen, president of the class, said, "Any business not essential to everyday liveli- nood should be closed on Sun- days so the employe's family could have the opportunity to vorship together. Mr. Allen said that the As- bury class is behind a cam- paign for Sunday-closing leg- islation. Officer Scoggins said h e stopped Gutierrez in front of a bar at 724 Central SE yes- terday and asked to see his license. When Gutierrez re- portedly told Scoggins that his driver's license had been revoked, Scoggins arrested Mm. Three of Gutierrez's friends all teen-agers, who were in Gutierrez's car, raised a fuss however, and in the exeile- ;nt, all four ran from the officer in different directions. Scoggins said he chased Gutierrez on foot for about two blocks before losing him. Patrolman Resigns Patrolman Joe O. Chacon, 1216 Orchard Place ,NW, has resigned, Chief Paul A. Shaver said. Chacon, a member of the force less than one year, listed "personal reasons" for his de- parture. TAKE HOME s! i i DOWNTOWN 4th and Copper NW 5TH and CENTRAL NW the BEER refreshing... from the land of sky blue 6 PACK of 12-Ounce Cant Tax Included Tha. Itamm Srtalng On., Si. 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