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New Mexican (Newspaper) - May 3, 1963, Santa Fe, New Mexico OlcUft founded 1849 114th Year, Issue No. 132 16 SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1963 10 Cents Two Men Scale Peak KATMANDU, Nepal American ami a Slierpa guide made up the team that took Old (Jlory to the peak of Mt. Everest, expedition spokesman said to- day. A statement radioed from the expedition's base camp, however, still kept secret the name of ihe American and the native tribes- man who went with him. Sherpas live in the heights of Nepal. The statement read by the the western ridge, the spokesman said. Two previous successful expedi- British in 1953 and Swiss in the summit from South Col. Chinese Communists' claimed in 1560 they climbed Everest from the north and placed there a bust of Mao Tsc-lung. The spokesman said: "No evi- dence of previous expeditions was spokesman said all ihe climbers j found at the summit.' and support party had returned j The spokesman was reading a (o the baie camp. The spokesman said attempts to reach the peak by two other routes were being planned. The team placed aluminum flags on the summit, the spokes- an said. The successful climb was made from the South Col, a sleep-sided pass. Plans are now going ahead for a second assault on the southeast ridge and an attempt by way of reporl radioed Irom the base camp. An earlier message reported that all personnel were well. An expedition spokesman here said he had narrowed to eight the Americans who made the firsl U.S. conquest of Evcrcsl Wednes- day. The names of the teams and their achievements will be re- leased only after all planned at- templs are completd. By a process of elimination an expedition spokesman listed the eight names from (he IS Ameri- cans on the mission. The 10 oth- ers, he said, were engaged in oth er tasks. The eight are: Barry C. Bishop, 30, of Ihe National Geographic So- ciety, Washington, D.C.; Dr. Da- vid I.. Dingman, 26, Baltimore; .he expedition leader, Norman Dyhrenfurlh, 44, Santa Monica, ilif.; Luther G. Jerstad, 26, Eu- gene, Ore.; Richard Pownall, 35, Denver, Colo.; Barry W. Prather, 24, Ellensburg. Wash.; Dr. Gilbert Roberts, 28, Berkeley. Calif., and James W. Whilaker, 32, Redmond, Wash. 1.EADER' 'Norman G. Dy- hrenfurth-'of-Santa Monica, Calif., leader of Ihe American expedition on Ml. Everest, is shown in a file photo. It was disclosed yeslerday that two members of Ihe expedition reached the fop of the foot high peak on May 1st. Suit Filed Against A Bernalillo County resident, Clemenle Gonzales, has filed a suit against the New Mexi- co Stale Police Board and Stale Policeman Juan Santislevan. In Ihe suit, Gonzales states Hint he was under the influence oi liquor when arrested by Santis- tevan, who stationed in Cuba Oct. 14, 1051, and placed in the Cuba Village jail. Gonzales states thai he was arrested in Sandoval Counly at right and was placed in the un heated Cuba Village jail by San- lislevan who knew that he was inloxicated and could not reason- ably lake care of himself anc never-lhe-Iess carelessly and neg- ligently lefl plainliff (Gonzales, wilhout attendants or other jail- keepers without removing match- es or cigarees as a source ol danger. As a proximate result of such carelessness, Ihe suit slates, Gon tales suffered personal injuries consisting of multiple burn o varying degrees which have anc will continue to cause great suf fering and disability. Besides Santistevan, the named the present slate police board members as defendants They are Henry Jaramillo Jr. chairmen; and members, Clay Fultr, I. D. Worrell, Raymond 0 Padilla, and James A. Coury. Bulletin WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate Appropriations Commit- tee voted today to restore million of Ihe million that (he House cut from Ihe oper- ations budget of the PM( Office Department for (he next year. Senalors said they were confi- dent (his would make unneces- sary any substantial reductions in postal service in Ihe fiscal year starling July 1. KDCE under new managemenl 970 on your dial. "Jorge Gon zales. Haitian Factions Fight o Dominicans Threatening To Invade SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (UPI) Now and bitter fighting between rival political factions in Unit! was reported here today as President Juan Bosch renewed threats to attack Haiti in (lie event of any further "aggressions" against the Dominican Rep- ---------------------------------------Public. Haitian sources here said anti-Duvalicr guerrilla ami led by Clemen! Biudot, once ic government's security chief mhushcd a militia patrol on ihe utskirls ol Port au Prince Wed esday night, killing 45. Guerrilla .snr. THE BIRD IN INDIAN ARTS That's the name of the latest show, including live birds, at Ilic Institute of American Indian Arts. Julie Gouge folks back to a turkey gobbler while conducting visitors from the HolhrooV, Ariz. i boarding school through the gallery. Mr. and and Mrs. 0. G. East loaned the turkey nnil the Acoma Pel Center sent up sonic parrots to add to [he atmosphere. Highway Dept. Calls For Bids Fighters Battle Wind 4nd Flames At Baca The Highway Department called :or bids today to be opened May 24 on seven projects estimated at million. Two interstate jobs find a feder- al lands highway project lo be the westbound lane at Milagro. U. S. 70, Hidalgo County, from 13 miles northwest of l.ordsburg S.10C miles southeastward. Slate Road 53, McKinley County, from the Arizona line 11.278 miles paid for 100 per cent with federal; easlward. funds under the Acclerated Public Works Program are on the list. The largest job is a primary project on U. S, 550 from north of Aztec to the Colorado Slate line. The department also asked lor bids on 4.312 miles of Interstate 25 in Dona Ana County north of U.S. 70, The job would continue Ihe Interstate route to an inter- change at Rincon. Other projects up for bidding: Interstate 40, Guadalupe Coun- ty, construction of a slip ramp on Mishaps Hurt 3 Santa Feaiis Three persons were injured Thursday, none seriously, in separate accidents in Santa Fe. Two passengers in a 1850 Buick which overlurned on lower W. Alameda St. were Irealed al SI. Vincenl Hospital Thursday eve- ning. LeRoy Barela, 18. of 730 W. Alameda St., received a sprained elbow and Charlie Anaya, 18, of 620 Alto St., received a broken arm. Driver of the car, Anlonio E. Martinez, 21, of 127 Ddran St., (old Officer Paul Baca he was traveling west on the Alameda from a dirt road leading to (he dump. Ke said when he attempted to make the turn he went over a bridge and overturned. Baca said Martinz was sprawled on the ground by the overturned Buick when he arrived. He cited Martinez for driving while under the influence of intoxicating quor and reckless driving. Phillip Sena, 6, of 519 Franklin, ran into the side of car al Ihe intersection of Kathryn and Hickox Sis. Thursday afternoon. Other than a broken left thumb and a few scratches, Phillip was reported in good condition. He told his father he didn't see U. S. 60, Guadalupe and De- "iaca counties, sealing 57.468 miles "ran Vaughn to I-'ort Sumner. U.S. 62-180, Eddy County, con- struction of a Intck weigh slation hrce miles south of Carlsbad. Scottish, Rile Masons Here For Reunion Scottish Rite Masons from all over New Mexico will gather in Santa Fe May 13-15 for their annual reunion. Some 600 members, a class of 125 and about 100 wives are expected to attend. The schedule of events will bc- ;in with registration of the class at 8 a.m. May 13, followed by a meeting of the Co-ordinate Bodies at a.m. The Fourth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Tenth Eleventh, Twelfth and Fourteenth Degrees will be conferred and the Ninth and Thirteenth Degrees will be communicated during the re- mainder of the day's activities. Class organization will begin May 14 at a.m., followed by Ihe Widows Relief Talk. Degrees lo be conferred on May 14 include (he Fifteenth, Eighteenth, Twen tieth, Twenty-fir.il, Twenty sec and. Twenty-third, and Twenly- sixth. The Seventeenth, Nine teenih, Twenty-fourth -and Twenty fifth degrees will be communi caled. A breakfast at the Desert Inn for class members will begin events May 15. Other aclivitie. will include conferring of the Twenty seventh, Twenty ninth Thirtieth, Thirty-first and Thirty second Degrees. The Twenly eighih Degree will be communi caled. The Executive Committee in eludes Richard W. Thome. Chair man Deputy of the Supreme Coun cil; Laurence E. Wheeler, Mas (Continued On Page Two) the car and ran into the side ol it. The car. was driven by Mrs Thelma M. Breen, 125 Spruce. Don't goof! Check pages 13, 14, 1 No citation was issued, today! The Mighty Ads! ad A foresl fire on (he Baca Lo- ition in the western portion of le Valle Grande was whipped ut of control by a high wind esferday and spread over a 100- cre area of prime limber land n less than two hours, the Stale orestry Dept. reported today. The fire started Wednesday, lightning tentatively set as ic cause, but was confined quick- by State Forestry crews and nrlian firefighters. As of early yesterday nttcr- loon ilie blaze was believed to be inder control with only four acres lurned over. However, severe gitsls of winds which struck [he rca about 3 p.m. yesterday whip- xxl flames over Ihe (ire lines, nd by 5 p.m. spot fires covered 100-acre area. Forty-five fire fighters inclitd ng Jemei and Zia Indians an< mployes of New Mexico Timber Co., which has timber righls in he area were rushed to Ihe cene last night. Two bulldozers, wo pumpers and power saws also STK moved in. During the night Ihe spot fires merged, but by morning Ihe fire rews had a line around the area and Ihe fire again was consider- ed under control. However, the firefighters were casting a wary eye al the weather. Forecasts call for 18-
mi eggs Thursday night the envoys left a museum. ADEN (AP) An emergency (Continued On Page Two) Don't goof! Check pages 13, H, IS today! The Mighty Want Ads!
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