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   Las Vegas Optic (Newspaper) - May 8, 1960, Greater Las Vegas, New Mexico                                WAJM Vol 2 No 16 Vegas SUNDAY OPTIC Know Your Merchants At Banquet Here Greater Las Vegas New Mexico Sunday May 8 1960 Price IS Cents Per Copy speaks on Voters To Nominate State Faculty Efficiency tounty Office Candidates Polls To Open At 8 A M Tuesday ANTONIO BACA Antonio Baca owner of Tonys Dry Goods 166 Bridge St has been in the dry goods business in Las Vegas for over 35 years In 1949 he started his own dry goods store going into partner ship with Vicente Jemenez in buy ing the building Later Baca bought out his partner and en dent of Highlands University vote as nominees for the groups speaking on Faculty Efficiency member on the New Mexico Ed addressed the annual convention ucation Retirement Board They banquet of the states Association are Lional Haight professor of ac of University professors chapters counting at New Mexico State Un here last night as a climax to the iversity and Robert Duncan pro twoday session on the Highlands lessor of romance languages at University campus the University of New Mexico Earlier today the group elected Dr Donnellys address concern David Burnham professor of law ed the various approaches to the at the University of New Mexico measuring of faculty efficiency as president for the coming year holding that the method of mere Other officers include Edward ly addivig the number of credit Coohdge physics professor at the hours students in class procluc New Mexico Institute of Mines ed by the professor is not the full and Technology vice president story He feels that the effect ve and Frank C Gentry professor of ness of the teaching the prepar mathematics at the University of ation of the teacher and his other New Mexico secretary treasurer contributions should also be con The group also adopted a new sidered constitution and will send two He feels that the numbers names to the members for a mail approach can only lead to large classes and recruiting by the col leges to see that the classes are large He feels that this approach practically eliminates remedial courses because they dont pro duce credit hours The opening of new areas in present departments such as advanced courses in sci ence is discouraged and pro Augusta Rackley Funeral Services To Be Tuesday Mrs Augusta L grams in the arts music and larged his dry good business to in widow of the late J D Rackley oftTn elude the entire store Now he for 40 years a resident of Las Ve do arc considered inefficient wants to expand again gas passed away t a local hospi Faculty efficiency Dr Don For 25 years Baca managed yesterday morning following eily sajdi is based on m the NT Store now Popular Dry n lllnoss somc duration factors rather than on the mere Goods This after working oV Rackley was in the coal busi number of students that move in a Jesuit newspaper in the print 1ss in Las Vegas at the time of and out of a professors classroom ing department and the religious his death Oct 4 1941 Mrs Rack each week articles and book store and scrv Icy was a member of the First Master of ceremonies for the A heavy turnout is expected at the polls in San Miguel County Tuesday as the Republican and Democratic voters elect their candidates for the general election in November Republican candidates on the county level face no ODDO sition However there is n i for governor United States tor and lieutenant governor cnts cannot vote in the primaes Pnmaiies f John F attorney general Howard Wil Bnca also woiKed at the Romero ad would have been 88 years of dent of the Highlands uiiivcrsitv Mercantile age on her next birthday Mrs chapter of the American Associa During Governor Ed Mcchems Riicilev is survived by three tion of University Professors first administration Baca served SO1IS John W Rackley of Las Vc as payroll clerk chief clerk as gas Mlx JHackly of Santa Fe sistant finance director and then anct Frank ERackley of Fresno finance director at the State Calif one daughter Mrs Raw Hospital and managed his store lings La Fayette Calif FiiJv rf I University campus of New Mexico chapter president Dr Vir wman Slyf NT the state Confer ginia Sloan Highlands Universitv chapter Sammy ence of New Mexicos Association of Uni president Robert Olson Eastern New Mex yersity Professors chapters Shown here dur ico University presidentand R A Wichai t ing registration Friday afternoon are 1 to r New Mexico State University chapter presi MarionrCIme state High dent HU photo by Gordon Duncan University TI n war The polls will open at 8 am son land commissioner Warren and close at 7 pm m the Gli dis R Cobcan and L J Chambard tncts All bars m the slate will corporation commission and w be closed during election hours Morris Shillmglaw Jr supreme Democratic candidates on the court iustice county level include Donald A Precinct 1 San Miguel voting rTTI diStrkt atWi bC at Ule home innn y cPllle S and OrBustamanlo precinct 2 La Cuesta lando Sanchez running for the at the school house precinct 3 A state board of education Fidel C Las Vegas Souh at the rouse f n Martin Orttga 803 South Pacific wmSvf Not TJmnoJ j iiuunii Mrs Baca Tillie C de Baca nd bv two brothers Everett r has taught fifh grade at Douglas Sfn Angelo Texas School for 12 years The Bacas Caston Harcigave of Mission have three sons Leo A Baca of Albunuernup Flmn r uneral services for Mrs Rack Social Scientist Board Elects Clark Knowlton of Los Alamos and of Las Vegas Nev and eight grandchildren Carli R lev be conducted Tuesday af ternoon at from the First Highlands faculty was elected to a Clark S Knowlton of the Ry STEWART Presbyterian Church with Rev on the execu United Press International O W Randallofficiatingatthe the Rocky Monrr WASHINGTON UPIir service Burial will be in the Soclal Science Association at United States admitted family plot in Odd Fellows Co annual business meeting metery beside the body of her late the yesterday husband The body will lie in state Dr Knowlton is the first man in the Chapel of the Johnsen Me New Mexico to serve on the morial Mortuary Sunday after executive council The annual U S Admits Plane Was On Spy Mission 3 sistc rcDrcson talive position V Simon Jimmie 5A Las Vegas North Bustamantc and Frank C Delgado LhtTc Precinct 5B Las Vc state representative position 3 gas Norlh North PubUc School Lopez and Arcenio A Gonzalcs that an American plane shot he had been on an espionage county school superintendent Jose down m Russia last Siinday flight L Romero and Jose P Perea probably was on an intelligence The Soviet absolving county sheriff and Antonio mission third district Peter irccmct 8 Upper Las Vegas Gorizales and Isidoro V Lucero precinct 9A Peeps school county clerk Marie M Trujillo PreclncL 9BPecos schoolprecinct and Aurora L Montoya county chaPcnot old school precinct treasurer Mrs Apolonio Duran i San Gerommo school preempt Frank Lujan Jr and Tom Me 12Rowuc school precinct 13 Roci Grath county assessor Bias A acla school precinct 14 Sapello school u hovise oi Ramori noon and evening High To Be meeting was held Friday and Saturday at Colorado College Colorado Springs Colo The association is composed of social scientists of various discip WLV Musicians To Give Program Prccinct 15 Las Manuclitasi Lql Frank Gujule preciniit tonight mission to now concealed behind the Iron the flight at the assignment of his superiors and as a spy for Republican county candidates my Building pre Lut in a statement approved the Central Intelligence Agency running unopposed are Luis E Ar CUlcL oan JuarV Soham School Eisenhower the The State Department said how mijo for district judge Jose E Planet 21 TCasa Coloradahouse Department denied Soviet ever that It has been cstab Armijo district obtain information said Powers made and Frank V Ortega pro Archulcta precirictV ITStorrie behind the Iron the fliht at th bate Judge Project school precinct 18 RoT by President State lines oTthe RVSy re his afternoon at the Wet Schools will be pre The statement contained abso 75 Fiir skip nr Ihn LIIILIH ncmea bovict ever that It has been cstab Armijo district attorney H M 2f Cristoforo Baca precinct 22 Premier Nikita Khrushchevs ai lishcd that in sofaras the author Mortimer board of educa SabmosP house of Saturnine Con One of the years flight was ities in Washington are concerned tion JumpLopez state senate J zalcs programs of the West nzctl offlclals Wash there was no authorization from Leon Martinez ErnestNThwaitcs Precinct 23 San Jose school I here for any such flight and John E Wootton Jr state precinct 24 La Liendro house of Nevertheless the US state representatives Ernest R Olivas Victor Garcia precinct 25 Pena Las gymnasium when thr l h l n g contradict mcnt said it appears that in Pantaloon Sandoval and Alfredo Blanca house of Canute Ramirez department of music under the s charge that the un endeavoring to obtain information Garcia county commission precinct 27 San Pablo house of Dr Warren Weston assistant direction of Litra Romero will fin L pi now concealed behind the Iron Also Clcofus Romero Jr county precinct 28 lotort by Francis G Powers a Curtain a flight over Soviet terri clerk Mrs John S Reed countv chavez house of Henry Reynolds f t Tftfl i1 i i LJ Russia to spy on that country an un Instead the statement left the in making this admission impression that the report on the first US incident furnished the State De observation direction of parlmcnt and the White House by Juslicc of thcpcaco cincl 29D Las Vegas Public the cmhan spBCU agency two arcas hvo intollionc n woll n wlthn precinct 29E East Las o r social scicnce at present the 60piecc concert band for T ff i S rCa a PaPCr the Orchestra and the 46 for Las political science session of the member choir in honor of all meeting on The vicepresidency mothers InSUtU ThC the Tipica Todays high is to be 75 while Aspects of Cultural Change r ll u 1 1 LJ was probably undertaken by treasurer Josephine Maes county Prccinct 29A East LasVegasi inarmed civilian U2 plane assessor Pedro J Delgado county Armory Precinct 29B East Las this the school superintendent George Ar VcGas City Hall prccinct 29G acknowledgement that ellancs county sheriff and Hu East Las Vegas house of Rupertp i flights along the dolfo prpbato judge Martinez 1037 Second Street prt CHARIJES GODDARD Charles Goddard who owns and operates the Southwestern Oil Co a Mobile Gas jobbcrship says that his favorite odors always were gasoline and new tires Goddard has owned the bulk plant since 1952 when he bought it from Bob Youree He services the area within a 50 mile radius of Las Vegas He came to Las Vegas in 1945 after getting out of the army to go to work with his father George Goddard at the Las Vegas Lum ber Co Born and raised in Denver Colo Goddard graduated from Colorado University in 1939 and worked in the Texaco general of grees above 32 low of title of the paper Dr Knowlton of the music department Curtain read m the sociology session time is 7 pm Russia Gets Goods On Plane It Shot Down In Soviet Union lrv hind statement said Thc agency had Hint Powers flying on a xventher mis T I T sion in Turkey nloir border was missing siiKc report n ing an hour nfler takeoff that his n lii oxvsen was Killing toe of the League of Wonun vii Khrushchev said Powers bailed ers urged ill qualified voters to out after a remarkable Soviet parlifipate in the primary elec rockot hit his plane and after tiovi Tuesday the polls will be parachuting sifcly confessed that open from nm to 7pm iva Vc8as Hfcld Audiloriub precinqt Micse precinct 3 Frank Rubio Las Vc2as Jr precinct 5 Benito A Encinias Fleldhousc Precinct 29G East Las and Jose A Duran precinct 20 s running for con 0 Hall 30 Cnnon de Manucli tas hoiiie of Aniceto Valdez prc Rcpubliean justice of the peace cinct 31 of Suslb candidates include Luciano GonManzanacs prccinct 32 El Pu precinct 3 Rcymundo Go o Jlollc Burns pre i ilivp nnH HC on f wers carre nnd has he was istans airspace as well as Rus faced with capture g on Suldcd rmssile bases sias on the flight TI J300 miles deep in the Soviet saM n Thc Premier wh if carried 7500 Russian Korean Troops Fire On Sitdotvn Strikers cinct 20 who disclosed the incioeiU Thursday said cy Whv he need these gs in the upper Inyer of the those inn to wit things to seduce Martian There was laughter it tiiis I think it will be right t have snd dccP in the Soviet Pilot Said Quoted Union Thc ficejUtitil he was called up as a Offjcja reservedofficer hi 1940 He enter ed1 as a second lieutenant chccri In 1942 Goddard went to S o Australia in a convoy escorted by Frncis G oVIban TL7E the cruiser Indianapolis on which Ga was a agent flv over definite points in tic Don Thompson of the Las Vegas of the US intelligence agency and USSR and of them I remember Typewriter Co was serving at the he recommended he be tried for Murmansk and Archancc Durir llmnslherc Khrushrlnv time Goddard also served in New espionree Thc maximum penalty the flight over Soviet tcrritorvl sarcastically Maybe he was fly GUIMCO Philippines and returned for spying in Russia is death had to switch somc apparatus on to the United States through the Khrushchev said maps in the and off over definite lanlnrirks Panama Canal in 1945 as a cap downed U2 jet plane showed a which were shown on a map I tain Pnth the Ural Mountain area think my flight over Soviet teiri Goddard is a member of the stretching across Russia from the tory was intended for the collec this piot Prosecuted h Chamber of Commerce and serves Arn Sea to Murmansk And that tion of information in Soviet guid Called Aggressive Act on the finance committee Ma Powers slow jet was brought cd missiles and radar stations But he said For the sonic Lodge Eastern Star and Ro mij al Sverdlovsk Khrushchev said the plane was being Russia accepted the plane tory Mrs Goddard is the princi The Urals arc believed to shel over lUissia for four hours and incident as simpiy an ajgivssivc tcr much of Russias nuclear and wts under observation every min net aimed at nerve missile plaPtsi utc of the time until the order was and kijtdliim of the cotl war Claims Oxygen Failure given to shoot it down He warned that The United States said Powers The pilot bailed out from an was ready to retaliate feruciouv a civilian had taken off from a altitude of five miles he said if attacked base in Turkey on a weather map and was brought to Moscow where Amcountry from which a plane Png mission and mav have drift he is now flown by an adventurer ake cd into Russia because of an oxy It was the third day the off to dron a hvdrogjn bomb on gen failure Sverdlovsk is 1300 States was under attack before Russia will receive immcdiatclv milns from the Turkish frontier I the 1400 member Parliament and unuvokubly a no ts Knrushchcv denied Powers had meeting in the St George Hall of live hydrogen bomb in eturn fainted from lack of oxygen and the Kremlin H ridiculed the State Depart saici he had withheld information Waved Alleged Photos ment explanation that Powers had on the pilot until Saturday to let Shouts of disgrace disgrace taken off in a civilian plane for Vnilrcl Press International SEOUL iUPI Republic of Korea Army troops fired two bursts of tear gas bombs Satur day to break up a sitdown dem onstration of stvidents in front of the Seoul City Hall A force of some 100 troops moved in lo disperse about 100 demonstrate s The troops hen break up a crowd of some 2000 who had beta watching ihj dem onstration in City Hall Paza One student in TI fll voters will also vote house of Faustin Torrcs T candidates 38 Raneonn community MaeJ Fcldnke Clinton P Ander prccinct 38 Rcncona on James P Specr II and N John Lucero Jr precinct 40 Bcr nai school precinct 42 Romero cinct 30 San Pedro house of Man uel Silva precinct 37 El Corrito precinct house precinct 38 Rcncona house of affiliated with the Liberal Party f former President Syngman Rhee The troops armed with rifles and bayonets had rushed to the from the adjoining Duksoo jured The demonstrators were where they have been martial law April The students dispersed as soon is tin troops fired several tear gss bombs Thr demonstrators rcgroijiert and tried to rush in again only be met with an Ojitos Frios school prc Gallagher precinct 48 Tixmentina school M prccinct 50 Guadalupe house of a n cl Salomon Arehulcta prccinct 51 time pal of the Gallinas St school IXo Omnibus Today Due to a shortage of news print the Optic Omnibus is nnt being published today Thc newsprint which was to have left the Canadian mill in time lo arrive in Las Vegas last week is now in transit but due to a mixup in shipping orders and the heavy demand of the past few days on our short sup ply the Optic did not have enough paper to issue the Omni bus The TV schedule will be found in the second section of Optic ridvanrvr oil bay ii1s vrril school principal Kim Jim blirsl f uar loon who Jliev eharjjicl luui bet si lora Iluis Juilty To Second Dciirrc Afurdrr Cfca cnloved i pia guiiiy to ocjiroijiurrr ifi the r than i R Cooper tiitict Jitliiriioy said yeslorriay wis s to from three to 0 yiirs a p cl riiy hciriiiL and i in slutojii rkath of Thomris Aiiijel at Cocas 435 Commerce St resitienee April 10 cinct 55 Ribcra house of Mrs precinct 56 Gon liancii school precinct 57 ih r S to mvssue from US Secretary Stale Chiisian A Horter riaf firnii US sujiport for Hughs Evoline S cicl 05 Conchas Dam school and Hctiard II Uobnson In nfrinti gran B and Joseph A Q BoJitiuer corporilion commission Walter I iviiuvhy SiiliUday delivered act Presidett Huuh Clunif a San Cordova John C Morrison h r Juveniles Released In another preliminary i rhoi Friday Ramon lovato who was P Henry Charles Johnson Jacob A Operation and G Y Fails corpora PRETORIA South Africa tion commission David Chavez successfully rc Jr supreme court justice ard nuivid two bullets from Prime John 1C Brown and Irwiu S Moise Minister Hcndrik F Vcrwoerds supreme court jusice heid Saturday a month alter Republican voters will also vote an attempt on his life iUCnlS n tllc following state candidates Doctors said the condition pf tssr s3 for the P residents Eiscnhow He rfid Powers biilcd out aftor i Jlrv tvi1 ia nlei to the custody of thenpar Mechcm and Paul W Robinson after he finished making a speech to the Soviet Uiuon S urSSdSsfSi net US unions 50th anni vuiiituya aiii Tuin Eolaek lieu vcrsary celebrations bans sliot down and landed safely iicni Adana Tuvkcy   

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