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   Las Cruces Sun-News (Newspaper) - December 12, 1961, Las Cruces, New Mexico                             QuirHome Town: All the in town- tcmind one of the old Vehicles come to a complete stop, and none shall proceed until the others The Weather >LAS CRUCES AKEA: Fair and con- tinued coid tonight. Increasing cloudi- ness and warmer Wednesday. Low passea. RIO FARMER 2J hours: University Park, 56-32. UN IHOSflHKKT DRILY MO SUNDAY 'NEWS PR PER. SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO Vol.81 No. 217 ASSOCIATED'PHESS LEASED WIRE LAS CHUCES, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 12, 1961 CENTRAL PRESS PICTURES '12 PRICE Las Cruces To Build 60 Low Rent a I Un Rife On Who Will Take Carrillo's Place In State -Work To Start In 30 Days If Calls Eichmann Worse Than Students Receive Academic Advisory Board Will Meet Here SANTA FE, Dec. 12 The Department of Development's Ads' sory Board will meet Friday In Laa Ciuccs, with State CJame Director Fred. Thompson invited to attend to discuss the plans and needs of his rtcpai tmcjH. Development Director Merle Tucker said Thompson wna Invited to Iho Las Crucca incotlng sinco Che Gamo and Fish Depaitnient is an Integral part of the state's economy. Aluo invitoil to tlie bonnl's sessions 'nix1 stuto senators represent all vo.s from aevon yjuUicrn Ntw Mexico counties. (Sco Pngc 2, Col Clerk Convicted; Post Forf eiteii Who Took Spent It Foolishly Dec. 12, The sracil court which convicted Ailolt S chmann of capital crimes against lie Jews said today the former Jestapo officer was a worse crim-nul than the underlings who- ac-ually. operated the gas chamber. Hears Responsibility Judge Benyamin Halevy conlinu-d the reading of the" 300-page udgmcnt for the second day. "He who delivers s. soul for ex-erniinaiion bears a legal nnd mor-1 i-esponsibiKty even greater than c who docs himv to death." he ec arcd. -Tins havsh indictment was writ-en. into a section' of the opinion vhich explored how -.Eichmann oiinded up mil Lions of Jews and meticulously conducted the task of transporting .them to he death mills. Judge ITalevy, presiding Justice Joshe Landau and- Judge Izhak Raveh' expected.-.to complete the eadirig of tho- judgment late to-lay. Monday they found Kichnmnn guilty of crimes agains the Jews. Times- ago. i n. st humanity, wnr rimes, and membership 5n hostile organiaut ion's. Sentence Soon On the first three counts he can >e sentenced to hang. The fourth a punishable by a prison sentence. The. sentence will be. handed down ater this week or- next Mojiday at the. latest- The. Las Cruces Public Housing Authority, has applied for and expects federal approval -for GO- family, low rate rental units .and construction may get underway in about another month. This was the information provided today by George Monloya, head of the PHA commission .which was established here by' the city .commission. -rrcylouV Experienco. Montoya' also announced that Lawrence -A. Garcia of -Albuquerque has been chosen as'-Uie-archL-. tret for the project. He said' Garcia hos had experience in public housing- projects in Gallup, Raton and Espanola.' -Montoya said he will meet with representatives of the federal authority agency, of "Ft. Worth Tex., later this month to decide on a site 'or sites for the pfanned housing units.'. The PHA board has been studying maximum income limits for admission -families, Monloya said, and" eatimatefl" that total family income shall not exceed for families "of one to two persona! for .'families of three to four persona; and for five or more, He .minimum -rental, rates have been tentatively "set at f25 Including, utilities. The mtim" .'of per Jmoqlh' 'the more V "Homes .win bo 'constructed .to' last at Montoya said. -He said this standard has CpK I.OU T.AS1I Sun-Xcws Slflff Writer Politics immediately entered tho aftermath of the Rudy Carrillo case today with widespread speculation on who would be named lo fill his vacated legislative post. Carrillo, convicted Monday evening of a charge of embezzlement, forfeited his state representative post when the verdict was read .in the district courtroom about p.m. Ha wns sentenced by Dist, Judge D, A. Hacpherson to n suspended prison lenn of 1 to IS years and orOcrcd :o pny f in court coata within 60 ctnya. nebular Mfctlng It I.i now the duty of the county commission to name n new representative from this county to the Stnto Legislature. Tho commission holds its regular meeting Monday and such action could come nt thnt timo. Glenn Nenmeyer, who helped prosecute Carrillo as assistant district attorney, is expected to forward a recommendation to tho commission, for l'ic legislative appointment. Ncumcyer fs county Democratic chairman and will follow rtcom mendat Ions front Uie county central committee. However, Walter. Archer, county bonrU, eafd today llic commtssfon will "not necessarily" follow tlio, recommendations of the county Democratic party in naming another representative. Importance of naming a successor to Cnrrillo'a post was pointed out in that'll special session of the -cgislaturc In January has been urged to consider state- tax and revenue matters. CarriHo Is R Democrat aftd was c cctcd to the legislature at the general election of November IflGO. He attended tfio JflOJ. aesaJon of the Teglslrtjlure and In April of thin year was by tha atate (Sco Page 2, Col I) 'new teaching methods may be one way tu'keep up with the Knowledge and enrollment booms, the Westhafer Award w nner told New Mexico SLntc University's fourth anmiiil Aca-c emic Award Dny Assembly Mils morning. Dr. Merrell E. Thompson of NMSU's college of Teacher "Education psychology fficuUy moida the comments in ac ccp'Jng the WestWafer Award -oxcutlcjice iii academic reseSfch. Tongitu In Cheek "We should hcgin repnierhig' our process to meet tlte influx of Doctor Thompson told a crowded Milton Student Center ballroom audience. "Recent he .added, "has suggested a decided advantage In. .terms "of -retention "and In a teaching method requiring only one wookly meeting with the professors. Tho remainder of the work was done by the atudcnts." With tongue in cheek. Doctor Thompson assumed the role of psychological clinician in analysing two types of faculty neuroses. He discussed the problems Dr. Robert Researcher, who finds teaching a decided inconvenience; Dr. Th6ma3 B, Teacher, who is overwhelmed by non-teaching- faculty duties and university rntmg of professors by publications; and Dr. Fred C. Faculty, "an acndomic chameleon" who occupies one bolly while attempting to fill tho role of both teacher and researcher. A-' university must accomplish two discovery nnd dissemination of. knowledge. Doctor Thompson said. -To do this faculty must not function as either researchers or teachers, but ns scholars, ho said. l-'civrr Clarion! Chores The award-winner, who Is widely-known professlonnlly for his experimental work in urged "chmiges hi the environment where tho patient functions." He suggested moro sabbatical eaves for faculty to study, relieving faculty of clerical immediate unil satisfying rewards for scholaily licfmvior, nnd cancellation of committee "biiay work." In addition to honoring Doctor Thompson as the outstanding f.ic-ulty. person this year in academic research, the atjcmbly this morn-Ing nlso honored hundreds of NMSU s t udc tits who have won PHL awards for lop freshmen and sophomores In four undergraduate colleges, National Science Foundation undergraduate research par 1 lei pants, and 4.0 slmlents from tho 1080-61 ncailomto year. Honored for lof. class ranking with the-PSLi awards of J100 to the highest lo Use second wore: College of Agriculture ft ml Home (Sec Tage 2, Col. N.J., Dec. 12, A woman, cashier of a loan company1 who has admitted embezzling about says she spent the money foolishly and doesn't have a )cnny left. Theresa Barrasso, 29, Bel-' eville, per.- week-em-Dlbye- of.'.ithc Hillside -Loan Co., :old police. Monday she', had taken from 5200 to weekly from loan- colfe'ctions during the post 'ive years. She 'said she used the money to. buy gifts lor herself, her boyfriend, and and Cold Sweeps Airfield Again THE AgSOCrATKD PRESS A blanket of bitter wctilhcr lunged out of Canndn. atitl .sent lemp'er.iturea he low zero today in tho western mountain country. The thermometer ifglslered -SI nt Havre, Mont., at 1 a.m. lu 1'hn 7U'K Temperatures ranged In the teens from Oklahoma norlhcnst-wnrd through northern Mla.iouri, Iowa and into the upper Great South of this lino, tho rcadingi moderated with rain a Cot and snow. Tn tho Gulf states jrendlpgs.-Avajf) ,in lh.e -.70a...v pressure center over sou them' Illinois and another in the Tennessee nrea created fmvoo In the weather around the Midwest. Heavy snow warnings worn Issued for noiLhei-n Pago 2, Col. 3) "A" Clearing Sides Bring NCAV Mexico Mercury Drop IJy TIIK -AHSOCIATBD PKKSS Bitter cokl covered New Mexico today, replacing a general snow s whJch. after two days In New Mexico, moved Into Texas. Tho clonrlng sklcff brought n e uu-p fllnmp In lempornturos, especially in the north. The coldest apot In tho Mate was 28 below i-ecnrded nt Rndlo in Lns Vegas, an official recoiviing1 ata-t on. The r.ia Vegas had n -D refilling', Tlie alorm which moved out of the ntnto la la Monday was atlll close enough thin morning lo caiidG considerable cloudincsjt In southern portion of New Mexico. The northern portion of the alnlo c rnrod Mond.iy evening nnA diir-Inff tho night but some e.itly morning fog and low cTomline.iA settled n on a few loonl spots such as Xunl and Tucumcnrl In Ihe The Congo Dec.'. o ireraf t attacked ElfsafcethvUle Airport four, times before, today, dropping 26 bombs without 'damaging U.N. the U.N. command announced. 7 The. U.N.- headquarters, in, the Katanga, capital also 'came under heavy attack during the night, the U.N. spokesman from- Ka-tangan mortar batteries, located on of the ;The know.: the or type of the aircraft that" attacked 'the airport or if more. than one plane made the attack! Bombs" were dropped over a five-hour beginning at midnight. V. Katanga mission in Brus-. (See Pago 2, Col Approves Pool, Woold ridge .Takeii To Vegas For Menial Must Dec. .12 Now Mexico State University received final approval twiay from the fa ]n bonds to finance- construction of a swimming pool and golf course. Boiml Approval -The Finance Board, in a subsidiary action, also gave its fina approval to the golf course with the -stipulation it get board approval for additional costs In ex-cesfl'of In another action, the .Finance Board gave preliminary approval to a New "Mexico iMjlitmy Institute's plan for remodeling nnd renovating throe bullding.i on Ihe campus in RosweM. NMSU Comptroller W. F. appeared before the board to ask approval of the bond issue. Five Offers Wyman said the lowest interest rate received was. offered by John Nuveen and Co. of Chicago. This offer, was a 4.1D3B per cent interest rate. Five other qffera to buy (See Page 2, Col Deputy A. ArcliuloU today loft for Las Vegaa with John will bo 'ajn'lnauons at 'the State 17-y ear-old youlh hina bcoji accused 'of the shooting murders of threo women at his home November 27, one of them-hia gi-and-motltcr. On an order signed by Diat. Judge D, A; Macpheison, the youth will ur.dcitaka Ihe mentn examinations to detemiine his sanity. If found to -be mentally unstable ho will not, stand FE, Dec. 32 M1) Mu-itclpallties seeking lo sell revenue tends In the state Vtre now required to present a favorable opinion-romVi patent attorney {felled Araund Tlie'outaulfr legal opinion us a >re-rtqulslto lo atnte purchase of lie municipal issues wns kicked aiTMind yesterday bcfora tho New Mexico Investment Council pass-d it 2-1. Member Paul Vollmar flrfit aug-restcd the requirement with the den that such an opinion would endei- Mia bonds more attractive or sale by tlie state. Vollmar'a motion died for Inck if n second aftur it was pofntct this would Jncrcii.ia roata to Communities, especially on Iho 'mailer bond Issues. i'o Irs N'n ClmiJes Corlett then thnt tho council policy he that a favorable ojilrilon of a competent bond attorney be- obtained wherever practical. Member Herbert Wllcox vntoi ngnlnat it bccauso ho sold tho Appeared to achieve ciijcJ oj'XPrno ilc .Session .Mort Plan for reorganization of New Mexico school finances will be outlined Wednesday even-ng at p.m, in the Alamcda Junior High auditorium. v Special speakers will be Jolin Gott, chief, state director of school and Tom Wiley, Htate superintendent of schools. Question, Answer TerioJ All Interested citizens, as well as school personnel, are invited to attend. A question and answer period will follow the report on the Mort Plan. Tho current piq-ture in school finances will probably be discussed, authorities said Special guests will be Southwcsl District school' board members, Makes State. Survry e Dr; Paul R. Mort, Columbia University, nationally-known school finance authority, was called to New Mexico several months ago to make a survey of the state's school' finance problems -and to make recommendations for relieving the situation. He has outlined his proposals before state legislative committees and groups of school fiuthorities. SuitFiledln Auto Emmett Derico of Macori" County Ala., has. filed a wrongful deAth .suit In district .'court seeding damages for. the fatal Injuries to ?.Vr3. Vivian Perico in an auto accident near here. In 1059. South Of.Xpivn The suit was filed against Mrs. Mamie Geneva Baseomb and Willie .Mac Coprich. Mrs. Coprich was the owner and Mrs. Baacomb, her daughter, the, driver qf an involved in the', collision on U.S. three miles south of Las Cruces Sept. 6, .1859, KwJiTess Claim Mrs, Derico wns a passenger in the par, which the suit claims wa? driven recklessly Into the path oJ -another auto. Attorneys for the plaintiff are Lafel E. Oman, and Ed 12 UPl Fu-neral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m." ui Santa, Fe for John E. Davenport, Espanola livestock raiser and businessman, who died Sunday and businessman, who died Sunday at the age of .69. Ho Jived in the' Espanola nrea 52 years. His ranch was near Fair-view. Will Go to Jail, Too CITY, Mo. Doc. 12 "I nm not going to lei my husband go to jnll alone when (t Li my fault. If ho la so am Mrs. John.F. Byrne, attractive mother of four, made that statement Monday after insisting on pleading guilty to a federal charge of evading In income taxes for IS 56-57. Wife Byrne, developer of a chain of restaurants, and his wife were Indicted April 3. Calvin Hamilton, R-islstrmt U. S. district attorney, offered to drop the charge ngainst Mrs. Byrne If Byrne" wouTd plend guilty, MM, Byrne refused although her husband pleader! guilty. "I have always kept the book.i In our tnx she unld. "J All the records and I nrn not going to let my hiiflbnnd tako the blame without Judge Richard M. Duncnn wild, he would sentence the Jan. B, Mnxlmum penalty for each la (Sec Page 2, Col. Sentence In Embezzling D Goes Dec. 12 UPi A foreign newsman covering the Project. Gnome shot in CarHbad waa up nearly all night gelling a press briefing. After getting up at 4 a.m. with less than two hours to" catch a" bus; he remarked: "II surely doesn't take kxig to spend a night in D. Ueedj charged with cmoc77lcnicnt while working- at n ncfll liri'ior store, hna plearicd guilty in district court and fa n g sentence. A pre-scntcnco report from tho adult probation o'ficc ordered by JiHlga Allan Walker of Alnmogordo. ftced dlsa proa red from Laa Cni-cca last January whlto he wiw reportedly cnroute to a bank from hln plncc of employment, the Cork N" Rot Me. Local authorities or family rlfi! not hear from him until two weeks ngo when he was ar. rented in San Diego, Calif. Wednesday For Mrs. J. Chavez Hear Phono Doddfl, public relations director of Mountain. Statcn Telephone Co., was Iho principal speaker nt. the weekly meeting of the LJona dc NocJic Monday. Dofliln' was entitled not. kid ourselves on tho profit's Cus Hill, a member of the Clun, a visitor njt wan Dr, services will be hold in he home at 8 p.m. Wednesday for Mrs. Jesusita P, Chavez, 80, of Anthony who died Monday in a local hospital. Funeral mass will' be held Thursday morning. Burial will DO In the Anthony cemetery with Nelson Home in charge of arrangements. She Is survived by her nusband. Jose; a son, Amndo of Anthony; 'our daughters', Mrn. Jcvgefa C. Sanchez. Mrs, Marfa Jesus Car-nero, Mrs. Marfa Louisa Care a And Mrs, Teresa C. Boyd, all of Anthony; and 17 Russians Want Officer Of NATO For War Sanctions Be Lifted From Domingo MOSCOW, Dec. 12. The Soviet government demanded today that the United States hand German Gen. Adolf Heusinger, chairman of the permanent North'; Atlantic Trenty. Organization" military committee In Washington, for trial in Moscow as a war Criminal. The demand waa'made in a note delivered today to the U. S. Embassy and publicized before and bright lights at a Foreign Ministry hews conference. Charjje Heu singer 'vas accused of Crimea against tho. peace and crimes ftgalnat humanity, The Soviet, government charget that Heusinger, who was chief o operaticmE for the German genera staff until the bomb plo against 'Hitler, "organised bloody reprisals against the civilian pop ulation" "in the Soviet Union that he Issued Instructions for pun Hive detachments "-.vhkh sanction cd: every possible alroclly In re gard to the peaceful population.' Michael Kharlarnffv. ptess dircc lor of the Foreign Ministry, told the news conference f now quartered In the Pentagon Tn Bonn, the German gov ernment rejected the Soviet ac-ciisalions as completely false and saTd it would never coii5ent to his belnjf turned over to Soviet authorities, A Foreign Ministry spokesman said the government had cleared Heujdnger long ago and is just another Soviet propaganda move another in a directed agaiwt West Germany In an'attempt to blacken our reputation and alienate our a in this time of international i crisis." On Trial Hoturtnger was arrested by the Western Aiijei after World War tT, Interned until but never brought to' trial on war crlmei charges. He has been a frequent Soviet target itnce became the first chief of of Ger new armed -forces to Chorale Called Back For Five Encores Dec. 12 CT) Guatemala asked the Organization of American States Monday night to lift all sanctions Against the: Dominican Republic. Tho Guatemalan note lo Ambassador Alberlo Zuleta Angel of president of the OAS Council, said there no longer is any reason to consider the Dominican Republic "a threat to the peace and security" of the hemisphere. were Imposed, in August The Dominican government of slain dictator Rafael Tn -Jilto w.us found to be' involved in an attempt to ajvaass in ate Venezuelan President Romulo Of American Stock Exchange SVagner and the Hogcr Wagner Chorale, playing lo a standing-room-only audience, Monday night won warm Applau.'.c of the1 audlenco which refused lo let the concert end without a record-netting five at conclusion. chorale, equally divided among men and women, with a pianist duo for accompaniment for a few ran_ the gamut from the extremely difficult ora-lorto-typo "Belshaztar'n Feast" by Sir William Walton, to "Go Down Mones" My People Gol" Parody SalH Tern, mezzo -soprano, began Iho English and American folk porL'on of the program with quickly followed by ''O No wjth Jo Tippey, bins-baritone, in an amusrlng parody of a love tcene. Wagner reflected the country and all." (The girl wan   td% are Iho yarn and elastic te-r anyone who pnmk flown M crnlt to help A. vvMrK InrlnoVa a chin to I'teiltktit Given SylvMter J; William CroM S.W Jamen Tl. Bunn of tongs he had heard as a child, Including "En Paxsaflt Pour in which tho xinzer-narralor (three capuins) that "the son of tho king mi,   

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