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   Las Vegas Daily Optic (Newspaper) - June 22, 1965, Greater Las Vegas, New Mexico                                YearNo 143 DAILY VT in V IJI ZIP CODE West Vegas OT7U2 r PTIC Museum For WASHINGTON UPI A Be Necessary man Five Aides Under Arrest Today SUSIES BCn but it was widely a ALGIERS UPI Former n sumcd ho is spokes n Maiming firm told joint resolution authorizing State Parks Commission rttajy of Interior Stewart Udall Monday that it may be ncces to establish and maintain a to tack use fees onto ail morial museum at Las Vegas state parks in order to make i threw Ben Bella earlv 5f r t NM to honor former President proposed bond issue more da but H was widcl as Teddy Roosevelts famed Rough saleable AWrH Former The citv ni sumcd is bcinS held under on DNM W use fees would be the Algerian Radio announced ammod the city lazed under which it would be difficult tc A partial museum honoring mSSn too7n r today U was lhc filst official Stores were rescue him tho Rough Riders imjmortalized iMonogal knrf hc rtporl 011 tho fatc of thc leader and traffic was during thc Spanish American rarily dcfcncd tempooverthrown in a prodawn coup hpavy in the downtown streets Saturday There were no signs of k Jhc came as security precautions M 4Vdlt war currently is maintained in Las Vegas by Highlands Uni versity history professor Lynn Pcrrigo Im Md more Rough Riders enlisted from the Las Vegas area than from any other place c in the United States Anderson Siiid Many of the Rough Riders trained at Las Vegas Anderson added for i uiuciucasi came as reli reports said the new strong tanks and troops were Col Houari Boumedicnne from tne streets Only the and gone Campb the enrollees ln the taken at the Commerce St School Pro ject Head Start began in the City Schools last Monday and in the Town Schools yesterday The first Rough Riders reun ion was held at Las Vegas in 1S99 and reunions have been held there since Last yearfive veterans of the organization at tended the reunion S tate News Briefs Medical Staff ILAYHOUSE BEGINS the 1 f i Fl A PORTALES Easlor V VC IMWlS I IflUPr wUSmg he Unoflical reports variously tho government buildings SANTA FF mpn T should pay for estimated that between 200 and Telephone and telegraphic M Camnnn 7 C There arc no nat f persons some of them Com communications were restored udnpDCU tlas caled for an i Irl no Paik use fees munist sympathizers have been with the outside world and con aUornev generals investigation lake arrested in Algiers and other were withdrawn from ofof former actions of holdover SClties sinco tne coup of foreign news agencies of Carlsbads city However a feeling of tension with an eye toward pos remained and there were fears suspension of the council there would be further trouble members from Ben Bella supporters be ot lore the new Boumedienne re Attorney General Bos gime gets the reins of power i tl today said the investi fully in its hands gallon would not include the Algerian authorities still formcr city manager maintained that the 50nation y McMmn nor former water superintendent Farrcll McLean Tag ederal Help T f VV Anderson said the museum should include personal pro perty relics and documents re SANTA FF nrpn if xr maintained that the 50nation ivuivlmn nor former water luting to the Rough Rider is T homt AfroAsian summit conference Farreil McLean area by the 29 as scheduled hs fhcc would look New Mexico Universitys Corral Playhouse ojens its fifth sea son Wednesday with perform for Performances will be given through Saturday and June 30 through July 3 Also scheduled this summer arc A Snot in thc Dark and The MarriagcGoRound vcars ago TAKACI SOCORRO Dr Masu Jiipan currently is studying lightning and thunderstorms at the New Mexico Institute of Elects Officers Congo Rebels Kill Europeans NMSU EXTENSION PLANNED UUIDOSO A commit tee of Rtiidoso residents is working onplans for establish ment of a biology field research station of New Mexico Stale University at Ruidoso The Uni versity has received two offers of land which may be used for thc facility One offer wtw for 20 acres north of liuidos owned by Sam Montgomery KISKAKCH CONFERENCE SOCORRO Officials of the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology will dis cuss with industrialists and state government officials Fri lay ways research and develop ment facilities at theschool can help New Mexico industry Thc institution carries out research in mining metallurgy weather phenomena and military wea pons CATV LAS CRUCES com mittee is studying the adyant Telcvision CATV for Las Cru ces The cotnmittcc was named last week by the city coin mis works with the Research Institute of Toyoknwa Japan saidhe wanted to study lightn iig in New Mcyico because chances tor such study arc lim ited in Japan INDIANS PERFORM RUIDOSO The an nual Mescalero Indian Ceremo nials the At thc regularmeeting of the Las Vegas Hospital medical staff this month Dr Laszlo G Zold was elected chief of staff Ur Charles I Blanchard vice president and Dr Earl H Dellinger secretary All members were in attend ance including Dr Robert S Fe following election of offic ers for the upcoming year and conduct of regular business considerable discussion was held regarding all phases of the me dical staff function and ihe operationof the hospital Meetings of the Tissue Com LEOPOLDV1LLE The Congo Europeans attack by Congolese rebels were evacu ated Tuesday from the jungle village of Nioki xvill come only repairs to essential public General Services Ad ministration may make surplus thc Office of Emergency Plan ning were in New Rfexico Mon day and survey the damaged areas George Hast ings federal emicrgency plan ner from Denton Tev survey ed the flood stricken areas near Raton Monday Accompanied by State Planning Officer John W Flynn Hastings will survey tlie Ruidoso areas today Flynn Monday reported an es timated million damage to private and public facilities in the to state governments agencies such as the Youth Corps the Army t h e Air Force and the National Guard have their own author ity to assist in any cleanup and policing activities in the flood areas arc Howard McCoy th tT of the council Joe be Body Of Raton will include baseball games and a rodeo Also sched vwv1J mbo bcnea The Europeans 18 men 10 women and 2 children came under attack Monday after thc rebels laid siege to the village and slaughtered the local con tingent of police according to reports reaching here Five Eu ropeans were missing three of whom were believed or Ccunty TK million in damage flooding on Crow Prr The evacuees mainly Belgian T i w viow urech aisaSS ss UIm attendance at tu on the southern tio of Lake Here is a t of other federal from where his cattle Leopold by boat the reoorts have thc authtruck was washed into Crow said orlt to work independently of on US 85 north of Max the federal disaster act in times wcl1 of emergency Listed also is Sheriff Henry C Stockton led what each agency may do Successful Athena Missile Firings WHITE saiifls Missile tociav an nounced two successful Athena Missile firings Monday night fiom Green River Utah to WSMR The reentry vehicles impact ed on target at WSMR and a range spokesman said it was the first time in the two f been fired Medical Staff medical re librariari and Arlan A uviu 11111211 aior were at the meetings Gas For Hospital The first Athena was launch ed at pm The second Athena lifted off about two hours later The solid propellant multi stage missiles carried reentry vehiccs The vehicles Both McMinn and McLean who now are employed at Ros well as city manager and direc tor of jublic works were ac by State Auditor Alex earlier of mishandling city funds Most of the charges from Armijo involved overpay ments of reimbursements to the two former Carlsbad employes for trips taken both instate anc outofstate Armijo had called first on the two employes for restitution of the money to the state and la ter on bonding companies Disc The four holdover councilmen were under the administration of former mayor and State Rep Walker Bryan DEddy They also served under former mayor state Rep Elmer Skinner a for ussion Citv gas ami recreation Councilmen heard a report by engineer Harold Saueressig on ic who fl tre tlie late Kenneth killed in a traffic June 10 a proposal for CATV to relay Los Angeles El Ptso rind Jua LV stations to Las Cruces view ers BLIKiKTS APPROVED PORTALES Stale Finance Dcpt has approved a 196566 fiscal year budget for Portales of S777318 an increase of S63808 and a Roosevelt County budget of a S15028 increase from the cur rt nl fiscal year Victim Of Burns Dies In Duke City Mrs M Quintana 65 821 Twelfth St wife of Nazario Quintana who has resided in Las Vegas for the past 13 years died this morning in Rcrnalillo County Indian Ixispital from complications resulting from burns slw received in n kero sene can explosion which occur red at the family home on the morning of func 2 Mrs Quintann whose burns extended over W of her IxxJy survived the accident and was believed to be making re markable progress She was Iransferred to St Vincents pital for further treatment and skin grafting last week and was latrr removed o Itcrnalit lo County Indian hospital where she died Ihis nnrniii is survived by five daughters action on a contract to furnish gas to the hospital As proposed by Saucressit the Town would receive about S300O per year and the City S6000 for its triMsmission line from the hospital for the 10year period of the contract of Sulzbacher Ave ws iwsi poned until the university pur chases thc property on bolh sides of the slrcet Attending the meet ins were Mayor Frank OlmslciidT Coun cilmen Elliott Charles Trum loans to individuals as well intensive effort to find the body as businesses An office already of TM Mauldin who was with f to has been established at RuidoLockhart when the truck was so washed into the creek miles north Thc Farmers Home Admin cattle truck was found istration may provide loans at about one mile down stream to thc Crow Creek bridge Its cab was Mauldin at Maxwell Service Lockhairt and US Jets Bomb Red Barracks to committing the City to a price of six cents per thousand for thc sas for 10 years when tin Charges Filed In Auto Death POSWELL A Roswell mm was charged with involun tary manslaughter Monday be fore Justice of the measures lations and spraying for insect control Bureau of Public Roads may provide assistance in re storing such things as bridges on interstate roadways Corps of Engineers un der its own statutory authority selling trip to Las Vegas Crow Creek normally just a trickle of water gushed over the bridge before midnight sucking at least one other car irto the swollen stream The occupant of that vehicle was found safe several hours later est penetration of the war A US military spokesman said 41 jets hit the Communist barracks at Son La 120 miles west northwest of Hanoi and 80 rreiies south of the town of Lao Cai on the border of Viet Nam China After thanking the 30 nations who are helping South Viet Nam in its fight against the Communists Ky presented gal lantry medals to four Ameri cans whose propeller driven AlH Skyraidcr fighterbombers shot down a Communist MIG pointed out that the 86000 per year the City would receive would help even if costs rose Thc feasibility refKirt of the system was based on the State Hospital Highlands University and other big consumers con Sancressig explained the nat ural gas system is competing with coal and gas awl termed the State Hospital s decision to connect the first break Threatens Kan GREAT BEND Knn Torrents of rain poured into the flooding Arkansas River to day heightening the threat of the worst flood in western Kan sas history autt Sat The U S Agricultu in Roswell partment may provide SANOMCS TO KANSAS ALBUQUERQUE UPD A which struck Mrs Ida Bitz of Roswell She was struck while returning to her own vehicle after reporting to police anoth er auto had collided with the one in which she had been rid ing ho war The mM om lhe Tth n y U Federal Housing Ad ministration may provide temp orary housing for disaster vic tims by pricing them in FHA insurcd which have been vacated Thc FHA also Great Bend Kan today with 15000 sand bags for use along tho Hooding Arkansas River Thc flight was the fourth flown by C54 crews from Kirtland lwvtaj WIni ui nusun icxas Lt Clinton their jeep hit a land mine eight Johnson of Roval Oak Mich and a haif miles west of Da Lt jg diaries W Hartman of Nang A spokesman said they Springfield III and U iJ were en route to reestablish Jim S Lynne of New Hamn comnvmication with an artilshire Ohio lory reconnaissance party thousands prepared leave todav the system Action on thc resolution was iwslpwnefi until a meeting later week at which a number of natural gas company problems will be discussed thc po rpjjflrijj creeks to bnnkfull levels enter the Arkansas at learned licvcd near its Light In NMMonday By United PITSS IntrnaiiBnal to Dodge City Kan Sat urday and two of thc packed a total of 20000 Kansas Sunday of a bomb a American Army ng in thc norlh Monday an Ai It was Force spokesman said Dikes nt Larncd hcM and of midmorning it mcy not be The river had hcW nearly stationary for hours its last meeting ihat the report Bright also developed tiirncrt in hy the magistrate elsewhere in thc flood outlook orn not coincide with thc police Air observers reported thc TkrwtimetVTs City Manager crest appeared to have flat Il CWiBc ncti omcwhat and that it no behind a sixfoot wall of water officials By United Thunder showers eastern New Mexico late Mon oay in thc wake of flooding which caused millions of dollars of damage Moisture amounts Monday were light however and thc showers were widely scattered Meanwhile the Rio Grande continued to taoil down from Colorado fed by runoff from high mountain snowpacks and water released by last weeks From at Dcnung and Silver trace City Ruidoso got an inch of rain in a midafternoon thundcrshow Hondo Valley where thc bulk of the estimated million flood iimagc in thc state occurred last week Thc US Weather Bureau said heavy thundcrshowcrs around Clovis Monday afternoon pro vklcd a tornado scare although none materialized cio Sunchvx and Mrs Martinez all of this CMy awl Mrs HerlKrt Washbiun of Ft Lupton three sons Quint ana of Santa Fe rains would reach Ihe ternArkansas behind thc flood in crest the of this City 24 grandchildren nine great grandchildren aM a brother Filadctfio Martinez of Ft Swmner matter Streets for fur Weather Partly ctmidy skies arc forc by thc Backyard Cast fir through for coveml parking meters fnorrow uttlc chann in t so a change in tcm narrow canyons thc water ikd across rugged rapids marked by foothigh whitecaps At Albuquerque the river was reported about six fvct in depth vhich is flood stage However any overflowing was well bc high levees and would cause no immediate damage H L Jacobson Repairs to were continuing high all beds m A tetter commending thc nom lice department was rea4 from 11 said its road northeastern New Mex n restored near were expected to be restored on thc north side of Raton pass today Colo Pat Hill of c said and will not until his weekend being rerouted and Ctovis on OFFICIALS of the National League of Senior Citizens and Union Coopcrativa de Ancianos of San Miguel County 1 to Fedcnco Roybal Florentine Lucero Jesus J Martinez ami Gmelio Martinez recently met with State Welfare Direc tor Leo Murphy to discuss rules and re gulations or the welfare department re garding elderly people and to discuss specUic cases Results of the meeting NVere discussed at a meeting of ihe groups Sunday at the courthouse Photo Dy iivi   

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