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   Las Vegas Daily Optic (Newspaper) - March 31, 1956, Las Vegas, New Mexico                                LYO tnHMNtf OjHK Mexico Anderson ace Jie Advice N M CHaton p Andersen gftterday he bad Mate Cotperstiqo Cess Xftfrftm Pickett against jurimwy race with Jofea F Simms ia tiss of pwrfgr aaity Anderses who returned from to ispesxl the Easter here at home predicted tifct the Hovensfeer electisn would fae oae for New ifexko Vmtber NEW MJEJOCO Variable eSoadiaen Saturday aM moderBteiy aooa and windy Sunday on plains extreme jwwtliwejt portion Satur day mgfet cooler mart t tksns Sunday high aoulhr few Sstaniay extreme where north portico 4090 sowth it clear they did fe file ss Jcr lie ttusigbt tt wouW be fm Aadtrscn picked up his piMM is and called Ptckett shortly JttJnw tfee seven foot oospocsttco ccsjjntiMiosies to Sle for race I pointed cmt to him that Fmtideot Siseohorer be e a sisongin is 1352 hs ssk2 and tot would prob ably be strtssg New Mexico iisis year I told hiift that I believed the repabUejms hurt Qteasaelves bySKtini ia a and said I thought that is cf unity this would year for the Democrats became involved ia a primary filed anyway as did Santa Fe public relations man Bsfert Stepfeeas asd both mea been eagaged in a bitter bat E trffe Simras for the primary Aadtetwtg stood said JseefeS the Conner JBfoofe srnar hud ksst more than a little te bis Miimcaota prints legs to Sen Sstes Keiauver D If Steveasoa ia California Slodda sad Ssa Iyndsa Jdsassa gains control of tfee Texas delegation Stevensoa win walkiEto the cofivaatkin with a deal of strength be said CHIMLE 39M A mdatssn the Sierra Club el Cslifsniifi eofiquered Bock Jfl eaifei 3e OiellyBriday after lasfesd vertical face fee tsaaefecrows peak Tisey were tfes fest cltofeers ever toscals tJte IflWoot rocfe tjje sheer si4es 139 ths feat the mm to the faceof file wxdc Qsen made the fiutf assault sa the top Friday T3se dimbers who returned to rejiwl on tiieir feat were yeaKlkd as Jerry GaUwas Chula vfete Calif Boa Wilson Las An gsies and Mark Powell Merced Calif All are members of the fa mous Sierra CSttb SB organization ofrock dimkcys The three first begun their elimb last Sunday bat had to post pone it because at odd Another start oa Wednesday faiiesL But the attempt begmi Thursday succeasM and tte mea da sceaded tothe bottom of the vez tieal rock at pm Friday slime trio 1ms rack in jwrtbana Mexto At 6 oVlock In Easter Sunrise Services in Las Vegas will be held at oclock Suadsy morning 3n Ilfeld Audi torium under the auspices of the Las Ministerial Alliance with the Eev W H Jenkins 83 principal speaker The Rev Jenkins o ABnn tjuerjjue is state secretary of the Department of Student WeSk the Baptist Convention of New Mexico Special music will in clude the song The UnveiieS Christ sung by the Rev Axel Bolih accompanied by Gall Ransdcll at the organ She flfll also play for the congregational hymns Opening prayer will be led by theJtev Kenneth L Chick with Dr Buren Stewart readtef the scripture The Rev Lelfcnd War ren will give the oKertor iJrjiyier with the Benediction to ifede livered by toe Rev W J SANTA FE NM Three nattoaailyknown health consult ants wfll take part in a school healtii education srortefeop at the Flying B guest ranch jjess Laa mest the State Department of Beiticattea and BigMftads sity wife the state and heart associations as partici patog agesicics Charlotte Leach consultant in school health education for the National Tufesrculosis Association will speak on school ami com munity relations Dr Eein consultant ia health education for the Americas Medical Association will spsak on what is an adequate SEd effect ive school health Perry Sandell director of the Bureau of Health Educatkm of the American Dental Associatioa will discuss cumulative health rec ords George P White supervisor of instruction with the Artesia school system will direct the weeklong workshop oe Peace CnY Pope XH wiU renew his appeal for peace ia the hydrogen nge fivea his TSaster felewfef fe tbe world Sunday it was re Saturday Vatican qaarters said perhaps a quarter of milUco pil Srima aad will throng coil Weitoned St Sepwre to bear fee SJyearoId Popes ute speech ami receive the biess iBf fee will give toibe ciiy and Friday sight made the weather tssoBrfeala Popes air appearance Sunday at the c of a Iferfy quarters Mid had broutfrt the to churdies in record num bers A deertee issued by fee November revived ae Week jifeois ewly toff fey emphssizisff eveaiitg ia stead of midday services ewubted more working men to go to The bells of Romes 447 churches wilf toE rfsofUy sfter midnight Saturday to tfee silence of mourning over fee death of Christ and peal the joy of his Resurrec tion Holy Saturday was a day o f mournicf la contrsst to the tradi tion of the three centuries lent did not sad at noes but coo ttoued until mMaight The solemn Easter vigil i n tnpartictdar lost an its original prfriicular lost ail Its original taken cut of its proper night set the Popea decree said Vatteaa said the Pope rsight jneniios Moscows anti Stalin in his speech Sun HHjoitgh he usually confines his tb a general Heart Stoppl Child Smilvcs CK1GAG0 Soil Bank Proposal tore Mi ime Preliminary Set ALAMOOfflRDO Tlf M Ybunc MywrbW mechanic before aibrlct Jadge W T Scoggins Ikere Wednsday Yemnf is of shooting his wife Jaouary burying Ser Lr a crude in as sJd shed behind Steir aecrby rosa to bBe Oie criiaeby laying s over tte rave Go to etrarcb Easter Then the Easter parade bw you bad Setter anchor that hat the westhermwi says it is gains to bt a little breezy as the March Hoc the lamb outof the picture April showers will be welcom ed providing they molsttire Candidates for municipal of fice will take a brief Easter respite and then put in a baiy day Monday lining up all ths votes possible Shake hands end come out fighting On every wedding anniversary we ponder how the spouse has managed to put up with us for another year iiASTSWr BONHBTS WIfcL FLY the in wltti Bit fee AR will be mt ia ISteery cine yeuagr aam sMve wMte slater St wore wltea site a girL WMeh is Well you couldnt feat beta Wra fcy on fee Plutte Commit fee Meet The Retail Trades Committee of the Chamber of Commerce has called a meeting for Mon day April 2 at pm in the City Council Chamber The pur pose of this meeting is called to ask that all retail merchants be present for discussion on the possibility of establishing a Trades Day Program the first of which would tie in with the Short Line Railroad Promo tion It is hoped that all inter ested retail merchants will keep this date open and arrange to be present to take part in the open discussion Among the donations received at St Anthonys Hospital was a gift of toward the building fund from the Rev Frank Ete son retired Las VegasT minister In transmitting his check Rev Eteson included a letter thank tag the Sisters of Charity for their care and assistance to him self and his wife Mr Etesoij said I hope and pray you majf raise the money to continue your work ol mercy and love to this community In addition to Rev Etesons donation yesterday gifts were received from Leo Archuleta Confe Bustosv I E Kavanaugh John F Farmer John E Wootton and the Home Cafe C7 The sentiments and friend ship of the Rev Mr Eteson for St Anthonys ere deeply appre ciated Sister Catherine Lor raine hospital administrator John Wootton chairman of the St Anthony Hospital advisory board reported that many Las Vegans have been forwarding or bringing their donations to the hospital Since we nefd immediately organization of a formal campaign is out of the question hence it will be appre ciated if Laa Vegans do not wait to be contacted Wootton said Meanwhile plans go on for the organization and opening of an office in the hospital scheduled to open next Friday Cool Easter Seen For Rockies A coW West from the TIM 9ENIF1T DANCE E iOMMO HOSE t CO AfW 7 EUCS IAIUWOM ErWBHWBr a part of the Easter observance in the Rocky Mountain states The bureau forecast cooler temperatures some snow in the northern Colorado and Wy owing mountains and dust on the eastern plains Sunday Northern New Mexico was ex psctcd to fed of the cooler iemperaturw and winds also were predicted toe eastern plains of that state JMpMy Brink weather will greet eaitern aunriM wowblppera along motrt of the Atlantic coast But weather forecasters issued a gkun prtrticUoB of mattered sbowera tar in the lower Midwest sotne snow for Easter paradert farther fiain along the Pacific coast from northern California to Wash ington is expected to dampen holi day in the Northwest while overcast sides will hide the sun over Southern California In Washington D C the weather outlook is favorable for thtt First Lady to show off one of her seven new spring re cently purchased from her favor ite designer The are spending the weekend at the White House and plan to attend Easter services it Washingtons National Presby terian Church Easter will arrive on the at a traditionally lamblike exit by March Miid weather marked the lait day of the month lot fee Midwest Rocky MounUta and Pacific Coast Not Candidates Adlai enson begaa an Easter vacatioa from campaign activities SataMay laughed off reports of a sffifeap Stevenson mevement in his hoswe state summwd up his twoday caropaigti ia California by saying he though fee set record straight oa charges by Sen Esies that Sieyensoa was the bosses candidate Evidently everybody who ppe fers me for Presideat is a in CaJiforaia Stevensoa said upon his return Friday He termed his visit to California a great trip with some fine meetings The Democratic Presidential aspirant chuckled waem asked what ha thought of a scrap Stevenson meeting scheduled ia Springfield 111 Monday Oh Id be unalterably ouposed to that he said Stevenson Said he had not heard of fee opposition and did not know who organized the meeting John R Asher a Democratic State Central committecinan called the scrap Stevenson session aft er he announced he was switching liis support to Kefawver Asher said a survey of 30 downstate Illinois county chairmen indicated they were of the opinion they eouldnt make any kind of showing for him Stevenson for President Schoof efosed 4U metfesg Friday by Police Cfeief Paul Shavers pledge to prosecute baseball fans who bring own beer to fee ball park here The Albuquerque Dukes had proposed to sell beer at their home ball games bat withdrew the prosxisal because ofprotests by the Womens Christian Tem perance Onion The Duke manage ment Usen allegedly encouraged patrons to bring their own Jiear to the ball games But Chief Shaver said it was unlawful for anyone to drink SB a public place not covered by a liquor license He said be woaSd prosecute those caught and the Duke management Winds highctoudte and cooler SaftsKity te Eastd1 spirits i Average SANTA FE NM Gov John F Simms wiH give himself a batting average of 933 in sizing up the accomplishments when compared with the 1954 plat form on which he rah for gov ernor A spokesman said the governor would go into detail on these plat form planks and the number met when Simms makes the fourth in a series of campaign radiotele vision broadcast from Albuquer que and Roswell Sunday The spokesman said of the 17 planks on which Simms ran only one has been scratched off as a failure This was a pledge to assist in slum clearance and to help obtain housing for low Income families A bill designed for such an aim was defeated In the 1955 legisla He will say that two other plat form planks have met with only soio success while he has suc ceeded in H others Simm returned late Friday from Chicago He to Hy to HeMw Saturday to talk before the Hofeto High School Alumni Associ ation governor not 95 can didate He will be guest of honor at Governors Day Sunday tfw Bottomless Lakes rccrc at Jlotwell is officially tor the WASHINGTON Presi dent Eisenhower Saturday began a quiet Easter weekend dsrststed to office work relaxation and prayer The warned tJgst any Easter parading had tetter bedone before SwsdayBy tbssb the winds Will be Up dust and turning Easter Sun day into a typical sprisg 3sy The eastern plains will bear the brunt of the attack WlMs are expected to kick up to miles per hoaror eves Temperatures will remals Saturday But Sunday stsrttog with the northwest and nosiag downward to the south east the mercury will drop as much as 10 degrees ia some areas Skies were clear overthe Berth em border Saturday morning bat the rest of the state was veHsd by high thin clouds gradually in creasing through Zuni reported 23 Friday while the Friday high was SS at Carlsbad Three Killed Plant KLAMATH FALLS Ore An Air C46 plme tote fell six of Friday kHitef ttatw person anrf Survivors of were Ffc Leroy aad A2C F Bowtitft d Ore Both ia critical condf tioe a Ktenafe bwpitel Ate fatoBttlwd two ef Hie vkslntt Lt CaL Mafcry Siaunowi pact U Col Draft Of Bill Set Friday AfterLongCwniahi WASHINGTON gressitwal MH committee Saturday provisions of a ttmttttrtifr The agreettMuft on a fwsywM victtn anSfkattai of next of ids OfttekOs wM ikome ol the victims cot xvaikbte at thk titiw tut hsd s nn4 tsmOy OeHf Tfee tsdi from Hortos AF8 at 3aa Bernar dino Ctlil Hfetury Sen Allen J Kftmftnr chainouui eommittM 93 fttrtougte for holMays T a of of sarpfowwc sad iwpsrt grsssr wtthm W US DisUiet Juoge Ctrl A Kstch charging dscis SI Paso with at trade The Co of Corp of CUr 1175600 frojsA5ias ea grooEdS it ia seatoern New Mexico as prises Jower ttsaa fflaiss st which Atlans had to tfes suit tSsawk aiit asai more statement of the chargeJudge Hatch sverruled boifa motions Editors note This is third of a serfes of articles on the city manager form of govern ment Th esertes is being prei sented as a matter of public in formation j By LYNN What are the duties of a city manager The charter of city of 15 000 specifies these duties a To see that all laws and ordinances governing the city are enforced b To appoint and to remove at pleasure except as otherwise in this charter provided all di rectors of departments and all subordinate officers arid em ployes in such departments in both classified and unclassified service such appointment knd removal to be made np on the baiss of merit and fitness alone Including proper subordination i c To exercise control and supervision over all departments herein created except as other wise in this charter provided d To make a ifttihthly report tb the council and to attend all meetings of the council with the right to take full part in the discussion but having no vote e To recommend to the coun cil for adoption such measures as he may deem necessary or expedient f To keep the council fully advised as to the financial con dition of the city g To see that all franchise rights and provisions are Justly enforced h to prepare and submit to the council an annual budget as by ttiic churtw required i To mitantt to the council at iMrttat ttawMf IM order of corwrtac bit recom j To perform such other ties as may be prescribed 33 charter or required of him fey ordinance or resolution of the council In actual practice the city manager also has two other timeconsuming responsibilities One is to act as troubleshoot er Many complaints and re quests naturally come to Wm and he transmits them 1to the proper departments and follows through later In some larger cities the macagersHhave set up special complaint departments to relieve themselves of many otthis sort Anoth er responsibility isto serve as a Be trans mits stories to newspapers prepares azujual reports for pub lication and speaks before civic groups on the problems and progress of the municipality What is left for the mayor to do Enough for ons rendering public service in spake time Tfee mayostserves principally as the presiding officer oftfee coun cil as of the police in timesof mWjKfnes as acotjro as the ofjScialrepiteseMative of the city at public events and cere fixr darifieatfott firom oratie and Swfc ef it r j dates wcie tifreetiwif cf 34 tetevisksft newspapers to isarry cast aad tetevisiea ft is tlift fi fsspsto carry said but whea itis ft the jrabiic by mcdUt Hi wjfc ue as HCWS is RS lie as newspapers are said he mare etpiteWe paign espeocfltjire and MTFS on erage A can fee cgpecjaHy jjt the csae the gufceraatoniii mary campaign wbich ir fiot at thg presssix Tfais ofoviotti weekly ttlts j Gov John F Simnui IM has conducted cicft Swdrtty f Sen Estea Kefauver predicted in a telephone iSdress to some 450 Democrafe Rriday night that he would win the fiemoeratic nomina tion for President The Tennessee Democrat speak iiOS via iongdlitance telephone from Hendersonville Tehn told the Democrats attending a SlOa plate dinner in his honor that his chances are growiag brighter and brighter A loudspeaker carried his voice to the audience Former US Attorney General J Howard McGraih the principal speaker at the rally here told UK Kcfauvcr supporters their chokx stands a better chance of defeat ing President Eisenhower in a gen eral clefcUpn thah anj otherDemo cratk candidate 1 McGrath also goes to the Democratic with the number of dekgaiw lortifeea no OM the nomination A tide Jor otHsthne cratic Comtftittec man told the Kefauver support ers After apologizing to the grtfup for not being able to attend the banquet as scheduled relwring to his upset victory over Adlai Stevenson in the Minnesota primary said I had a wonder ful time in Minnesota Our organi zation is really Tile a 1 I iMMt of winning or tried Kefauver had cxoceUmt sonal appenrance in order he to visit his C Kefauvcr who bm UNM ff some time at PRO Ftr a llf   

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