Las Cruces Sun News, November 6, 1966

Las Cruces Sun News

November 06, 1966

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Las Cruces Sun-News (Newspaper) - November 6, 1966, Las Cruces, New Mexico Noire Dame 40 Piit 14 Vanderhill 16 UCLA 12 Penn Stale 37 Kansas State Young 53 Texas Western 26 Baylor 17 Mayfieid 14 Michigan Si. 56 Iowa 18 Harvard 9 Navy 21 LSU 31 Rice 24 Kansas 21 Texas A M State 45 New Mexico 6 OUR HOME TOWN When you pull (hat voting ma- chine lever Tuesday, you're making sure of your-right to complain. All Systems Are "Go" In Las Cruces ANDRIOORANOE FARMER Ml MO NEWSPWEA SSRVIHS NEW O1EXICQ THE WEATHER LAS CRUCES AfiEjJ: Portly cloudy Sunday and Monday isolated afternoon showers. Breezy Sunday afteruoou, uiD- tly and cooler Monday after- noon. High Sunday 74. low Sun- day night 40. Sunrise sun- set All Syslems Are "Go" In Las Cruces Vol. 187 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE LAS CHUCKS, NEW MEXICO, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1966 AP WIREPHOTO 40 lOc Young Crucen Jailed As Top Suspect By EU WHITE Sun-News Staff A youug Las Crucen with n lengthy criminal record jailed Friday afternoon a tree plantin Apodaca Park. complaint of armed robbery in connection with the theft of Bc6inilinff Tree Planting At Park Honors Florence Erwin Arbor Day, 1966, was ob- served Saturday with Florence Erwin Day, as youth groups from half a dozen organizations, representing hundreds of the city's young people took part in ceremony at Check Clinic Again Slated The strong interest shown in the Farmers and Merchants Fewer GIs May Be Sent To Viet Nam JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP) Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara told President Johnson Saturday fewer Ameri- cans would be sent vo fight in Viet Nam next year and draft calls might be cut in half. McNamara based liis optimis- -ic report in a military situation le said had been stabilized and dramatically improved. Slow Build-Up McNamara said die United JUtcs would slow its troop j- i tween and S150 from the Snappy Drive In grocery Tues- day night. City detectives said that En- rique M. Acosta, 20, of 712 E. Texas, who has at least six other arrests noted on his local police record, was jailed in lieu of 000 bond. He pleaded not guilty to the clurge and requested a court appointed attorney a n d preliminary hearing, kicked in Lineup Dct. Lt. E. M, rigned the arrest warrant and Dr- build-up, curtail bomb produc- no sharp increases in air raids on Com NMSU dean of agriculture, acted as master of ceremonies for the brief recognition rilual concluding the morning's activi- ties. He commented that the day should he the beginning of con- tinuing activities in beautifica- lion activities. Mrs. Erwin and her husband, William, were given recognition for their efforts in 11 wants to be an electrical engi- neer and who performed a hula dance before a national televis- ion audience Saturday night, was crowned Miss Teenage America of 19G7, Enters Herself for Ink vn-ir it 7-in question of a wartime I Sandy is from Milpltas, lor uns at 7.30 p.m. jncrcasc_was dollvcrcd al! and entered herself in the na- in the Community f Johnson's LBJ Ranch. tionnl contest to be selected Phillip Leycndceker, Bank annual Bad Check Clinic Jmunist North Viet Nam. held recently has decided bank j His hopeful officials to sponsor another clin- jits Possible bearing on the unan- Bnca, who Also introduced were Rcom of the bank's Mesilla j And it Park branch. Same Program The program will be Ihc same as thai conducted for the last clinic. More than GO area busi- nessmen attended the last scs- came in the waning days of state and congressional election of tficm shaped by issues of war and Ihc economy. McNamara tempered his opti- mistic words with this note l 10 jsize that ue to face a to eliminate losses! lure, from police mug shots, and j ber from a seven-man lineup. The robbery occurred minutes 10 Tuesday when a young man entered the small grocery and walked directly to the service counter. When Sau- (Sec Page 2, Col. 4) Heads Unit Of Teachers Dr. Charles Slubing, chairman of Uie Foreign Language De- partment at New Mexico State University, was named chair- man of the 19G7 Southwest Coun- cil of Foreign Language Teach- ers' Convention which concluded its third annual gathering Satur- day at El Paso. Convention at NMSU The 1967 convention will be held at New Mexico State. This year's theme was "Bi Crawford, Mrs. D. Com- ;k and Mrs. C. (Sec Page 2, Col. 3) Science Grant Dr. Walter Lwowski, research professor of chemistry at New Mexico Stale University, li a s been awarded a research grant by the chemistry section of the National Science Founda- tion. Organic Reaction Doctor Lwowski was awarded the grant for 24 months to con- tinue bis research in Reactions of Acylnilrenes, a study of or- janic reaction mechanisms. In the research he and several doctoral students and post-doc toral fellows at NMSU are work- And to fight that enemy, lie indicated, more Ameri- 11 cans will be sent to Viet Nam who from Discussions will be led by of before the current year is over! Uie New Mexico State Universi- ty's Police Science Department; tSec 2, Col. 3) Herbert F. Greathouse, Federal Bureau of Investigation agent; Acting Police Chief Ben Silva- Dial. Ally. E.II, Williams Jr.; Arthur BUke, Secret Ser- vice agent, and D.L. Un- derwood, vice president and cashier of Farmers and Merch- ants Bank. Underwood also is in charge of the clinic.- Two Films Slated Two Shall Not Pass" and "Proper Methods of Handling will be shown. Several instructive pam- phlets will be distributed to those attending. Mesilla Park Man Cleared In Tax Case Trap Built Around Gong SAIGON, South, Viol Nam (AP) U.S. infantrymen possibly of them built a trap around a large force o] Viet Cong in thick jungle and (horny vines in the battle for Tay Ninli Province Saturday and heat back half a dozen Red Counterattacks with murderous "We arc hurling the Viet ALBUQUERQUE Wil- u am A" Buchanan, a 61-year-old, ing to find out how certain I Mesilla Park farmer, was found Tho knmvn e chemical reactions from theory, {innocent Saturday by a U.S. Dis-jwas listed as 97, 'but officers said one U.S. operations chief. "We have them boxed in, and they arc trying to break out." Death Toll 37 It was the third day of pitched ifillting near the city of Ta -15 miles northwest of Sai- jon and near the Cambodian border. Vows To Go Back DETROIT (AP) James II. Meredith vowed Friday uight lo go back to Mississippi to dem- onstrate for civil rights and lead a Negro voter registration drive. It was held at Mil-1 Doctor Lwowski has w o r k e d Uriel Court jury and cleared of i said the continuing swirl of the i Inn in the Texas city. j with the study for the past six In addition to Doctor Stubing, 'years representatives from several Las Cruces elementary schools and all junior high and high schools attended the two-d a y event. More than 500 foreign aue teachers from throughout the Yale staff, he worked for a Hie Southwest as well as from {year at HarvartKUniversity with Rhode Island, Washington, D.C..J Nobel Prize Winner Robert B. Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, F 1 o r i d a iWoodwarl in -rlificial chloro- and Michigan took part in the pliyll research, activities. Doctor Lwowski holds both a Area Instructors Diplom-Chemikcr and a Doctor Dr. Edgar Garrctt, of N c w jof Natural Sciences degree from Mexico State, was in charge of j Heidelberg University, Ger- the exhibits, which included many, where he was also a staff (See Page 2, Col. 8) i member for two years. charges of income tax evasion, j The verdict was an i1- hours after U.S. With Nobel Winner A native of Germany, Doctor, .._.. Lwowski came to NMSU 1 a s t jCmirt Judge II. Vcarlc P a y n c {unsuccessful July from Yale University were I sent the case lo (he jury at he had been an assistant pro-jp-m. fessor since 19GO. Before joining Cruces Schools Will Observe Open House Both Sides Optimistic In Outlook a caudidalc-al-Iarge. She is the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Norman lloberis, Her crown ts worth about ooo in all. First alternate was 17-year-old Donna Battista, ,1 brunette pianist from Philadelphia, Pa., and the tallest of the. candidates at 5 feel and seven inches. Second alternate was Carol Camenga, IB, a blond, Syracuse, N.Y. she gets 000 scholarship. Gets Scholarship Third alternate, one of the favorites of nlher contestants, was Susan Huskisson, ifi, of Knoxvillc, Tenu. She pels n scholarship, plans to law, imp1 wants lo he a juvMiile Judge. Miss Roberts gets a four-year- scholarship, a guar- anteed in personal ap- pearances, and other prizes. By MAKYIH TESSN'EER Sun-Ni'ws Staff The chance of .some close lo- cal contests and ;t tendency to blame the present administra- tion for various national ills ap- pear lo bu the main PI'SHS in- for the Gen- eral Kleclion to be held Tues- day. Two men watching sijins carefully are (Jem: Hill, JVmo- enilic ciuuity chairman, and Dr. John C. Mellon, IkpubUcan cmmly cluiirnun. Kvcrvltilntf "We feel v IV smi dmvn h Hill Mtiil. But h e an? w I n n I n m Senator Ander- probate did concede there could close races in the Staler Semite cnnli'sls. The fot this, be explained, is that (his is (he first time the candidates been running by district, and some of the di'Urk'ts have tieavy concentrations (if Uepub- lie.'ins. As for the guberniiinriiil which H'! nltrucLini: Iho Hill frels the Democratic candidate. T.E. itd'ciw) f.usk is rttnnimj well ahead of his Republican (See Col. 7; MISS TEENAGE AMERICA Sandra Leo Roberts, 17, of: Milpilas. Calif., was tlje judges' choice -for the crown -of Miss Toennge America for in Diillas Saturday night. Sandra hopc.s to conlinuc her career in electrical engineering at Stanford University. She won out over 64 contestants. (AP Wircphnto) Off-Year Vote To Draw Hearing Set On Gas Pact The hearing to arsuc1 the f.n.3 ami .sewage contract issm: be- .ween (he City of kris Cruces mil !he New Mexico Stale Uni- .'crsily still is set for 7 p.m. in the main court room tlu: coimly eiiurl. luiiisc. Monday Meeting Set City Attorney Julm M. U-nlco William Hynm ntp- IM the New .Mexico Stato Hoard ol iii-jienls. hmvcvcr, are dulod to meet M o n d a y nionnni; tn ili.sciiss (lit; matter. Dislrict Jtidiid George L. Xim- crated by (hi! jiubernalnrial con- 'races. ation. Tlicy expressed bclicf 'llc enemy toll would rise, istrict Viet Cong casualties in their Of Uncertainty Engulf Fading Campaign of (he justice of the .system and I he bond issue for slate universities. The justice of Hi amendment authorizes th Legislature to ..............I'osilinn l: million Polling 1'lace.s .'ill, Onlral Schfiol, old Mi- .1 allies (1C, New Mexico Slate miniMiiiliou bni 10 eyiaiiiisn a system of .salaried al judges to replace the present jNMMJ; liF, University Fire system. Those l h S c h o o I; amendment, mo.stly -School; M.y signs il will sway many votes 'time for governor or senator. one way or the other. jltoniney, Rhodes Wii the peace, .say the proposed s.v lem would lie more costly and the present setup conk! bt; cor- !reeled through refurni. The sup- might do lulpnrihiK claims reform would not lie enough and (he system would i be more concerned with tli minislriilidii of justice K.W ir-.'A ills prr; llhe ilracl bi-hveeu parlit-s fur City tintit J'.'ly liifiit ,-tinl JMS uulil iicii (ntnicled (Dick) lU'cve.s. hoanl Friday ut (See Page 2, Col. 5) Taxpayer Group Says Bond Cost To Be Lower uncertainly Backlash nm! nrirl l-'rank O. I'n (if tho h'ir.M Nati g educalion of yesteryear n five or six more gov journi-y lists Itomncy and Rhodes as big j visitors in the maiii hall. winners. It labs Percy Republican most likely to ount a Dnmocrnt from Hie U.S. Senate iiiorc Hum property own paying (his year. The GOP can count on gains whether in one or both branches of home 'operations grizzled veteran 1'aul ob.serva rooms and call upon the professional staff for explanations of the instruc- tional program. In addition to Ihe visitation, a number of schools have planned special programs for parents; others are prenaririg represent- ative exhibits and bulletin boards explaining their pro- grams. Ilradley Elementary will hold a spncial P-TA covered d i s h supper at p.m., Wednes- day, November fl; Coulee Ele- mentary has planned a Vet- Day program at Albuquerque Guests Special copnizKiice will be made by the Las Cruces Educa- Association of American Kducation Week its reg-jfl'yst's indicale, but not on a votes, ular monthly meeting al to-border sweep. of the state loglsinlures, tli sympathy [las. Movie-television aclor Heatjan In any event, no major politi- apparently is oul in front in a p.m., Thursday, November 10, single issue stands out as a cnl upheaval of nationwide tough, (Ifjlil in (he I-ns Cruces High School study hall. Guests will be t w o officers from (he Albuquerque Classroom Teachers Associ- ation, Irwin Nolan and Jim Hon- ors, who will speak on "Uni- formity of State Educational Gonls." Harry B. Foltz, LCEA president, is iii charge. pivotal one on which the elec- j proportions is in sight for tncjeratlc Gov. Kdimmd fi. Brown. lion outcome will bo decided. As campaign finale no throwing There are plenty of other at- races, loo for governor in Alabama, Ar- kansas, Georgia, Maryland and A per cent increase in pro- of New Me.xini cnllcm- The Huo.'.ter Club meet-jCiiroUmenl has been isMied liy race with will In; held al 7 p.m. Mon-jthi! stale Board ol Kducntiona'l is uflen (he case in off-year lout of Uie "ins" on a scnle so elections, purely local issues .ire likely to bo decisive in many aces. The war in Viet Nam seems lo be the greatest concern of most Americans in the autumn of massive as lo endanger Demo- cratic majorities in the Senate, House or governors' mansions. In fact, (he Tuesday results might turn oul tn be notable largely for Uicir omens for 1968 because inure yuunw.sters are fii a n- 'Klnn cake Ilfiuse. Mexi I'ete McDnvid, atlilclu- dlrec- high lor nt (he University of New! These development Mexico, will be the speaker. today In a fiiiiil id sMX'ialinn says bonds IMM- be- t jin- thous- this eost of v.ill be only 1-1 nmre, ;i per the JISMI- ci.'ilu'ii study enrolhiH'nt prcilit'Eioiifi fnr 76 ht'i'ii I'D cent by tin New Mexico limuK iieiii-Kui, niarymnu nno AICX.ICO, will op Hio speaker. 'tod today in a finul decl.'irntitin New York, for exiirnple. And Ladles .in: invited aitend. 'of .support Issued by Donald A a'nt hy tlu New Senate contests in jsuch stales as Ilnffci dinner service. per jcrs ,-uid Mrrdumls Hank; Kd t-immcu MaMscliusutU, Tennessee ami i person J will start promptly ut 7 Foremim, former Cuiifjn-sMniiii "Tl'k be. Tcxas- ll'.ni. IWeckwcrlh, president of Farm-1 (See i'liyo 2, Col. 5) ;