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New Mexican (Newspaper) - March 11, 1963, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE IVEW The Oldetf Newspaper... Founded 1849 ll'l-lli Year, Issue No. fi6 10 Pages SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1963 10 Cent a Terrorists Dynamite 2 Pipelines In Venezuela Discovery Of Bidaull Jars French, West NEWS IN Blast Knocks Out One-Sixth Of Oil, German Relationship (S 7 Biff Fire from the pits to Parts Wedncs- OeJ O SANTA FIf YOUTH SERVED SENATE Danny Sadler, Santa Te High School student, shown ficrc receiving instructions from lit. Gov. Alick Ensley, was out of an interesting jub the Legislature adjourned. Sadler had servo I 30 ilays us a page in (he So tin to. lie des- cribed It as "hard work bill a wonderful experience." The youth, who plans (o study law, has hecn invited to serve again during (lie special session Sn February. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sadler Jr., 1914 Tijonis. Legislators Face Certainty t Of Special Session In 1.96 Compiled from Wire Services (German Chancellor Konrad Adc- BONN The West German I nauer spurned Bidaull's plea fcr State of Bavaria announced today j asylum. it will grant political asylum toi Junker We will grant fiigiitivc former French Premier .asylum as sunn as he asks for il, George Uidault, the leader of jam! we are certain he will ask. underground forces seeking it." topple President Charles Dej cllicf of French terrorist movement sworn' The decision was announced byMo President Charles ,le: Interior Minister was located Sundav by roich Junker shortly afler 'German police in a pits (lay. Tliey want to present tlieir case for a wage hike directly to ['resident Qiarle-- dc Gaulle's government. The motorcade is planned by workers at the mines around Mcrlebach. in the [-orrainc basin. Miners from other areas may jnin. CARACAS, Venezuela (UPI) Terrorist saboteurs (ly mi loci two major oil pipelines late yesterday, knock- ing oul one-sixth of Venezuela's production and trigger- ing a vast fire lli.it raged out of control, authorities said today. Police Illumed flic on llic name here In identify Sanderson Reiu.ntiiig To Old Job at enrs bc- New Mexico legislators re- j lawmakers will have lo come (he must crucial in lurncd home (winy faced thejbark. Gov. Jack M. Camplul! and cause of the multiple problems certainly Ihey will he back legislative leaders agreed weeks facing Ihe slate. lire capiiol ahead of lime for a I ago on Ihe need lor a special tire session cruleil. ou t nca r he S wi s s horile r. ;inade bis ret] nest for asylum 'once. Adenauer's spokesman, deputy press chief Werner Krucgcr. snidj in advance what was in Bidaiih's! teller. "The chnncclior did net accept Kruegcr said. Bklnult is cjipccfcd eventually 't jtti expelled to another coun-j liAfillDAU, Iraq (A'') The warring Kurds of northern Hci appear finally to have won self rule after laying down their anus aiid re.snrl- ing to the negotiating (able. Communist and pro-Castro rorisl groups responsible previous ami government Hie ler- for out- breaks. Creole Petroleum Corp., t h c free world's largest single- oil- producing company, said the ex- plosions occurred in virtually un- sagcbnish country ad- special ses.sinn. isession. The 261 h New Mexico Lcgisla-j Campbell sent tnc lure adjourned sine die Saturdayjhoir.e with letters of praise afternoon, and Ihe 27lh session isjthcir accomplishments over -not scheduled until January session. But because the appropriations! Said one representative: bill was drawn up for only tine! "We'll need it." year in Ihc face of a dire finan-: Wlicn the session began early cial .situation in the slate, the in January, observers called it The lerm of appointment nf Barry Sanderson ns acting stale personnel director expires Fri- day and aflr-r that lime he will he devoting more time to his permanent pnsilion as Slalc Department personnel off'ccr. i Sanderson lias been on loan liiuoraws. the sales fron, Highway Dopnrlninnl 'in Bavaria put a new strain on tne revised school fund distribution, Adenauer had apparently roKYO
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