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New Mexican (Newspaper) - March 15, 1963, Santa Fe, New Mexico MEXICAN West's Oldest Newspaper... Founded 1849 11'1-th Your, Issue No. 90 16 Pages SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAKCII 15, 1963 By EL C1IIVO Tlic per month attorney for the Bureau of Revenue and two secretaries be out of work April I when Hie bureau abolishes ils legal division nnd luins Ihc work over to the At- torney. General. While no official announce- ment hns been uintle concerning th? change in (lit; bureau's legal division, il was learned (hat Adolf the bureau's attorney, had hecn given Ins walking jKipcrs along with (lie papers terminating the jobs of Publisliers' Terms Could Be Rejected O.iIs two secretaries in Iris office. There is n possibility Kroh- bil may be transferred to Hie Attorney Gencnil's staff and flic secretaries assigned other duties within the -burpim but slate house wall leaners don't put much faith in Ihra occur- rence. Gov. Jack Campbell, has hocn working with Charles Brun- acini, commissioner of the IJn- reau or Revenue, is supposed to an official annnunce- meiit oti Ihc change hut he was out of town today and cauEdn'l he readied for comment. According to the ivall leancrs, (lie altolbhmcjii of the legiil di- vision is expected (o .save Ihc Bureau a minimum of S ministration Jef es Mad At Hints Of Liqu JL Constitutional! IS On Ballots New Mexicans will have rlic opportunity of voting on absentee balloting, annual legislative ses- sions ant! reorganization ol the per year in addition lo freeing highway department hierarchy as hRdly needed space in i wcll as for candidates in the 1964 the Capitol Building. general election. Effective April I. the These constitutional amendment attorney general1? will in- proposals were among 10 passed NEW YORK of: s'Sn two attorneys to work for jby the session of the Legisla- the Daily News unit of ihc AFI.-j bureau full the which ]ast Saturday. CIO New York Newspaper Guild' have voled 10 recommend that members of the unit reject a pub- lishers' offer aimed at ending the Guild! dP'ai's haven'! been made pub- lic on just how the bureau will pay (or Ilicse legal services, it is rumored (hoy will transfer per year to Ihe attorney general's office lo pay for these services. The space now occupied by the legal staff will be rented lo the Stale Auditor's office and will be made into office space for Alex Armijo, slale auditor. The space rents for per monlh. newspaper shutdown Thomas J. Murphy, executive vice president of Ihe Guild, said the unit officers voted -17-1 against the offer Thursday night. Publishers of eight major news- papers hope to resume publira- lion next Tuesday. Prior tn the action bv the Daily News unit officers. Amory H. Bradford, a spokesman for the publishers who discussed the sumption of publication with news- J men. said: "It's a fair-prospect lhat if all goes well it may be as early as next Tuesday. I would like to think that they all will accept." Bradford, vice presidenl and general manager of Ihe New York Times, said the eight closed dailies will act together and that if even Into NM Law By Campbell Sen. James Ihorizing the Paltons' bill au- establishment of branch community colleges another of the so called The legislature turned down 37 j other joint resolutions calling forj constitutional amendments. The proposals will have to be! voted on at the November general election instead of a special elec- tion tliis year because Ihc legis- lature did not provide money, in the form of a special appropria-: tion lor a special election. Tlic absentee voting proposal (state law now allows only ser- vicemen and women stationed out- side the state lo cast absentee ballots) has been before the voters, nine times and defeated each time. Thc requirement necessary for' i getting absentee voting into the constitution makes it almost im- [xissible to pass: Two thirds of Ihe votes in each county and three-j fourths of the total vote are re- quired for passage. The proposal lo have the New Mexico Legislature meet each biannually GOOD NEIGHBORS Mayor Pal Hollis and Chamber of Commerce I'vcsidonl J'rank Gomez Rave mem- bers of (he Inter-City Relations committee of the Phoenix Clinmlnir of Commerce (he j-rand (our today. On a yood will visit, (he group visited at the I'alace of the Governors (shown (lie Na- vajo Art Museum and Old Santa Fc. Shown from left (o right, arc Andy Gnlhric, .Mayor llollis, Roy Irhy, .Mm Crowley, Bill O'Brien, and Ken Michael. been on the ballot three times. The bail-out. and one Guild unii rejects the pub- lishers' offer, "it would hold up Ihe return to work." bills were signed today by Gov. Top officers of the New M. Campbell. Anotter CamS Newspaper Guild meet today lo[ Campbell put his signature Quell Cuban Uprising MIAMI (UPI) A Cuban exile i Conic called upon Defense Sec- Standoff Continues In Rail Disputes leader underground agents reported lhat'vcsligale Ihe reporl. said Thursday night Robert McNamnra to in-! f nitnrl Ihnl idn press Soviet troops were used to quellj tween negotiators for the nation's; collective bargaining while you ex- Issue May Be Hoi One In 1964 Spokesmen for (Me liquor industry, apparently "leak- ing" reports that hooch prices will go up, have made administration lead- ers fighting mad. Sen. I'abian Chavez, D-Santa Fe, the man who led the light lor liquor law revisions, today pro- chimed the industry threats as ridiculous and hinted an all-out attack against (he industry may I be seen in the special session 'of the legislature in February. "The only conclusion I can ar- rive at at this lime is thai it appears lo be a move tc. threaten or scaro Ihe governor into veto- ing the two bills bclore Chavez said. Me added: "Knowing Governor Camphell as I do, he will not he intimidated scared. On the contrary, 1 would not be at all surprised to sec Ihe governor include in his message to the special session a request that both the minimum markup and [sir trade laws be repealed." (Sec Story on Page Nine) Chavez .charged lhat any in- creases in the price ol liquor to Ihe consumer would be totally unjustified because of the facts at issue. Columnist Will Harrison and United Press International boifi vote on whether lo recommend the offer to the membership. .Members of Ihe Daily News unit of (he new higl: __J_ f__ l_ I gymnasiun uprising in a province in south-jjf .j one creating Cuba. i nine measures before leaving ot Direclor of [lw Seven Russian soldiers. where he will speak at ihe! nignmiy Department be the administrator of the depart- ment and (o be appointed hy the Patton, D-Dona Ana, introduced governor. the branch college hill which Other constitutional amendment would permit establishment oh proposals lhat will be on the 195-t! Front, community colleges on a local ballot: basis and authorize a special ta.Vj allow municipalities to vole levy to finance them. in special electrons on the ques- of the Guild will vole Sunday on I Ihe publishers' offer, which was announced Thursday aficr all- night negotiations wilh Mayor Roberi F. Wagner aciing as medi- ator. Membership meetings of Guild units at the newspapers have been scheduled for Sunday and Mondav Tilc b3'''0111 HB115, which; 'ion of creating a debt and to al- The Guild, which lllc transfer of nonresident owners of prop- editorial and'commercial depart-'from lnc 5latc fllml the crl-v !n a inunicipalily (o vote on ment employes, is Ihe only one ol fund lo help in creation of a debt. The two the in unions in Ihe newspaper-inK llic general fund deficit would merely insert (Continued on Page Two) J'mc The governor also signed: IIB95. setting certain require- ments for qualifications of non- i United clash with "Cuban ing an officer, were killed in States by Sccrclary Hard Wirtz. had reported prices wilt go reliable liquor up. in- McNamara has said railroads anil chiefs of i.mro.Kis ami LI.IUS Ol Q cf .Soviels ii5C troops to p-.it atmg unions in a work rules dis-j J any Cuban uprisings, to those outsid, the acl." of Labor W.jduslry. lo a Depart-; ScMlor the Senate floor W Dr. Luis Contc Agero. leader of "The Soviels have done exactly at. I urge Ihc secretary lo check, out and then I believe ihe nexl the Christian Front and the Nationa I Wirtz, in a slatemcnl Congress.' to a busy Labor Depart-. an y y leader, was joined his House jcoumerpart. Rep. Ausrm Roberts. Ready clauses allowing nnnrcsident pro- (Conlinued on Page Two) o i resident executors and adminis- b-yinposntni Here "-ators. requiring occupants -More than New Mexico members of the Junior Chamber HBHO, increasing the required number of curriculum hours of cosmetologist schools. HB36Q, changing various provi- sions regarding voting machines (Continued on Page Two) of and property (o pay a reasonable charge for water, gas and olher of Commerce arc expected services supplied by a mu- Santa Fc Saturday to participate jnicipality. in a symposium on governmental affairs, sponsored by Ihe Santa Fe Jaycce.s. Gov. Jack Campbell will address the gathering at Mabry Hall. Olher stale officials due to appear before the Jaycccs arc Sens. Black and Reps. Cargo and Brasher, Ifo.ise Speaker Bruce King, and Don Rider of Ihe Municipal League. Among subjects scheduled to be discussed arc legislative or lack of same on liquor laws, reapporlionmcnt, strengthening of the personnel acl, and taxation measures. Purpose of the symposium, as staled by a Santa Fe member, is to inform Jaycces Itetter, so that they may help Iheir own communities. Slolen Aulo Still Missing A car stolen from the New Mexican Newspaper parking lot Thursday afternoon was still be- ing sought by police today. The car was slolen from Rudy Velasquez, a newspaper employe, who discovered the I9M Chevro- let missing when he got off work shortly nfler 3 p.m. Nudity f.s-.viie Unclothed PALM SPRIlSTfS, Calif. (UPI) A nationwide drive to clolhc naked animals was caught with its drawers down. Television gag wrilcr Buck Henry, who is really Buck Zuckerman of New York, ad- milled Thursday he also was G. Clifford Prout Jr., fnundnr of the Society of Indecency to V'aked Animals novL is up 10 mm. Conte said Ihe battle b i j during Ihe week of Feb. 17 at 'm tnc dispute. I town of Batabano, near llic south- The latest efforts to reach Tension Mounts In Argentina Province. BUENOS AIRiiS (UPI) Ten-.' Hc said sion mounted in Argentina were thrown into lhe: resume negotiations immediate- Wirt, ''Their Rober called the stoes an intcrcst dc-laltempt hy Ihe mdustry to "panir." mand that il be settled lairly and-ihe people into Ihc repeal that it be settled peaceably." :of the laws passed by the recent ern coast of Cuba in Havana I agreement collapsed IF rs, lota! of "6 umTCSCSSI lo Wednesday jommcndcd last i nn i bolh A presidential commission year lhat jubs of! Tllc lwo ljilli reduce the re- -10000 fi-emen locomo- miniminn markup on !tiws in liquor prices abou, 2 amid rumors of a possible naval j battle against Ihe Cuban move to head oil a political come-, Orc of ,hc victims nf ibe eliminated. renining .cent and raise the wholesale hack by supporters of ousted ex- !back lo llic barBaininS jobs involve other workers 'excise tax about 15 per ceni on a possible national rniljmanning Irains. The unions rc-jwhisky- P" ccnl nn bccr ani1 ccr-ljectcd the recommendations. I31 P" ccnt on wmc- .ing Contc was a had been regarded President Juan D. Peron. ;army officcr Unusual police activities were; Thc Culnn SQic, a .....____________________ reported m various Argentine number" of Soviet troops ing those of firemen prwiclenlial re- was wounded in the clash. various jcitics in Ihj wako of reports the Roman Catholic Church had lifted oron's excommunication Thc Inlenor Mmislry, which controls lain. I The railroads want to conduct1 At slake arc 65.000 jobs, includ-jtllc framework of which 'he presidential commissic include; They'the railroads say are Bargaining should the operation of modern rail'hcir proposals fnrjircmiii Supreme arc hospitalized at Ihe old Army for the operation of modern rail lncir Inr premium pay. encral Hospital in Havana he'equipment. The U.S. Supreme 'overtime, .shift differentials, and lid. iCourt held March 4 carriers i compensation for awoy-fronvhurnc There was no information re-'Could make the changes. were a prccaudon against regarding Cuban casualties. i said it will take until Conic said ihc information re- March 29 for the Supreme Courl However, ihc secretaries of the Carding ihc clash was smuggled decision regarding the dispute lo army, navy and air force hole! an out to him hy monitors of his become effcctive.'Until then an in- the police, said the moves merely vcrc "extremist disorders." "Any attempt of :Fic liquor in- (Continued On Page Two) Traffic Toll New Mexico Traffic Toll lo Date (5 Ixibl Year's Toll lo Dale 55 [unscheduled mcel.ng with Ihe dc- underground organhalion in Cuba junction is nmslamling against the! fense minister at nava! tcrs Thursday nfght. headquar-. known as "The Sentinels of Lib- carriers' pulling into effect their manpower cuts to climin- what wmmmm: Bison Inaugurates 3-Flight Service Daily From Santa Fe CAIliO, (UPI) United Arab Republic President Gnmal Ab- i del Nasser is conferring uilh key officials of Syria and Iraq, apparently on proposals j for a "federal union" of Iheir I Ihrec countries, il was report- cd today. Bison Airlines of Roswcll to- day begins air passenger ser- vice of three flights daily from Sanla Fe fn New Mexico points soulh, El Paso and Midland- Odessa. The small firm, operating with three twin-engine planes, Hill provide flights lo the (wo Texas cilies, Albuquerque, Ros- wclt, Arlcsia, Hobbs and Las Cruces starting today. Plans call for service to be extended in the near future to Tucurr.cari, Clovij, Turlh or Consequences, Lubbock and Amarillo. Bison will use two Aero Com- mander 680s carrying sir pas- sengers each and a Grand Com- mander with a capncily of 10. Tight budget? Shop pages 13, H. 15 today. The Mighty Want Adv.' The firm claims the planes 1 rated among the safest of (win- engine planes. The small airline's service here is expected lo compete with flights recently awarded Trans Texas Airlines and Fron- tier Airlines by Ihe Civil Aero- nautics Board in (he Southwest- ern Area I-ocai Service Case. Frontier nnd Trans Texas will replace Continental Airlines in Santa Fe and, according (o city officials, will provide more flighls lo more points, many of them in New Mexico. Thc two larger airlines' sched- ules, not yet worked out, are expected lo go into operation around the first of May. Bison, classified Xf a "third- class carrier" hy the CAB be- cause of ils size, was nol a parly to the Southwestern Area Local Service Case. The flighls to be offered here by Rison are: Sanla at a.m. for Albuquerque, Roswcll, Artesia, Hobbs and Midland- Odessa. Sanla Fe at p.m. for Albuquerque, Las Cruffs and El Paso. Santa Fe at p.m. for Roswell and Artesia. in Sanla Fe at a.m. from El Paso, Las Crnces and Albuquerque. in Santa Fc at a.m. from Midland, llohbs, Ar- lesia, Roswell and Albuquerque. in Santa Fe al p.m. from Midland, Hobbs, Ar- lesia, Roswell and Albuquer- que. Rales between Sanla Fe and olher cities arc: in Al- buquerque, to liosuell, J25.SO In Arlesia, to Hobbs, S27.10 In L'l Paso, to Las Cruces and 532.23 (o .Mid- land. Taxes uill add seven per cent to inlraslalc Ilighl rales, five per ccnl lo interstate rates. Robert Hopkins Jr. of Rosucll is chairman of the board of liiwn, Chief pilot is S. S. Os- hornc, 41, veteran of hours in Ihe air. R. W. Street is line captain and captain- pilots arc Phil and Mnurice Stein, 30-year-old Iwin brothers wilh air hours each. A company representative said this morning Bison plans (o use one pilot in fair weather, (uo when conditions require instru- ment navigation, !ate what they term featherbed dinp. The rail union chiefs, who have remained in Chicago since sdayTs meeting, indicated night they were pleased with action. "This thing has lo be settled .across the bargainintr table "i said Charles Luna, president of the! WASHINGTON. (AP) Presi-. j Hrotherhoal of Railroad Trainmen Kennedy flies south 'said. "We're willing and ready ;negotiatc. i Jarnes E. Wolfe, chief negotiat- or for Ir.c carriers, expressed sur- prise at the labor secretary's statement. i "I talked lo Mr. Wirtz by (cle-1 phone this (Thursday) morning." he said, "and he gave no indica- tion he was going lo make this request." MOGADISHU. Somalia, (AP) Wolfe had indicated Wednesday' National Assembly! he favored third-parly inlerven-i has approved 7-1-14 a call by! tion in the dispute, saying it ap- peared further direct negotiations would be useless. The. brotherhood chiefs in a Id- ler to Wolfe and other carrier spokesmen said Thursday night: "We think it incredible that you for a I-Toriib weekend sojourn j before going to Costa Rica on: Monday for lalks with s i x: I.atin-Anicrican presidents. ALLENTOWN, Pa., (AP) A powder plant exploded here today. First reports said one was dead and several injured. CAP) The Congo has called on the United Slates and five olher nations lo help retrain ils poorly disciplined army. Government sources said Premier Cyrille Adoula re- layed Ihe request through U. N. Secretary-General U Thant to (he Uniled Slates, Canada, Helgium, Italy, Nor- way and Israel. Government sources said Ihe United States was asked to give logistic support only. i RICOTTA CHEESE NOW Your Favorite Kaune Store, AT Premier Ali Sher- rnarke for a diplomatic break wilh Britain in a dispute over; Kenya's northern frontier district. LEOPOI.DVILLE, Ihe Congo, GONN, Germany, (AP) Kon- rad Adenauer will quit politics completely when he retires as chancellor next (all, a ranking member of Adenauer's Chris- tian Democratic party says. ROME, (AP) Princess Sora- ya, former empress of Iran, may be on her way (o becom- ing a mnvio queen. Ilalian producer Dino dc Laurcntiis signed Ihc green-eyed old ex-wife of (he Shah of Iran Thursday night. 'jTigfit budget? Shop pages 13, 14, REGISTER now for 1DM today. The Mighly Want Ads! or day classes. YU 3-6115. I Adv.
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