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   New Mexican (Newspaper) - May 31, 1963, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                Wvst'i Oldest Newspaper.., Founded 1849 114-lh Ycur, Issue IVo. 156 14 Panes SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, FK1DAY, MAY 31, 1963 10 Cents Supreme Pontiff In Coma Last Thoughts Of Unity And World Peace Compiled from Wire Service VATICAN CITY Tim I'nlimn linitio saiil nl MST) tlnit llii- Ims 'inilnrctl into litsl llirous of litmtli. Ha suffers no tlic Radio suiil. is Terrorist Anus Come From Cuba SANTO DOMINGO. Dominican Republic sources reported Inlay thai arms being used by terrorisls in Colombia were shipped from Cub.i. They said captured carbines in Colombia serial milliners of Pope of the Roman Calholic Church, received (he sacrament of extreme unction, the last rites, and then waited serenely fur death. Almost his last thoughts were of world pence and of Christian unity. He suffered a relapse al mid- night last night From the internal Ijemorrhages which have wracked his body for the lu.st 10 days, weakened steadily during tlw? day once shipped by I lie late and Inpscd into uncon.scimisticss Dictator Trujillo Generalissimo friend. Kafacl Dictator STORM'S .Tack R. lircnnand, who lives on Zia Rd., peers up through the shattered glass in the greenhouse. The greenhouse and its contents were among Ihe "casualties" Debris On Sea Floor Identified As Sub in yesterday's freak southern- Santa hail storm, which Fulgcnclo Ratista in Cuba. They (lius fell inlrj the hands ol Fidel Castor when he ousted Halisla in 1959. i_________________ PORTSMOUTH, Searchers have wreckage lying on the ocean floor some feet below the surface and have identified it as the hull, diving plane and sail area of the nuclear submarine Thresher. N.H. (AP) then be flown to the Navy Court I photographed of Inquiry at Portsmouth, N.H. The court is investigating the sea disaster, which occurred some 220: miles east of Boston. o Santa re Section "i( we have been I through a World War II shell- ing, 'lilac's how one resident along The bathyscalhe Trieste is standing by in Boston, the Navy Thresher sank April 10 ancl ,hc south city limits of Santa Fe a deep sea lest dive w.th 123 men if ,nc Court of Inquiry decides !.dcscribcd lhe results of yester- more photographs areneeded. frcak Dr. J. Lamar Worzel, assistant! Ami olher jn ,jle arca Further out there was less hail, i trees and He said after and Pecos had only a storm he drove out the Vegas aboard. The photographs, taken by the research vc route today >o Boston. They will 2-Car Crash Kills Infant A two-car collision in the midst director of the Lamont Geological Observatory whose researchers photographed Ihe wreckage Thurs- day, said the pictures were def- initely of the sunken submarine. Vice Adm. Ekon W. Grenfell, commander of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet Submarine Force in Norfolk, Va., said the photographs "ap- peared to be definitely correlated of a blinding hailstorm near Santajwith lhc missinE submarine." Fe Thursday killed an have said lhat if que infant enls. The fatality Memorial Day weekend in New Mexico, and boosted the loll for the year to 106. State police said the victim, Darcy Miller, 3 months, Albuquer- que, died of severe head injuries. mournfully through the remanls of flower and vegetable gardens beneath denuded verified Ihe remark. which tattered a one-mile by five- mile strip along 7.ia Rd. and on west across the Las Vegas high- way just inside the south limits, were described as city the worst ever seen in Santa Fe. ihei The hail and accompanying night fell As if casting a [Kill from the [luring the afternoon. Mrs. Dorothy Knight, who lives n Rodeo Rd., reported all her trees were stripped and needles from pinon, junipor and cedar were piled in hejps ncnealh the highway and estimated the was piled up 12 inches deep along Uie roadway. R. Brcnmmd, who Rd., said the trees, fronds, "The irus look slic .said. like palm Rear Adm. Ernst A, Ruth who on Dr., his yard was dc-stroycd, with foliage stripped from all the Mrs. Jack lives on Zin demolished her grccnhfrti.se hail and its contents, and the pinons around her home were stripped to half size by the slashing ice. There was some damage re- ported to roofs of older homes in (Continued On Page Two) "valley of the shadow of death' of which Dnvtd sung in (he Psalms, storm clouds dnrkcncr the sunny Roman skies ns word of the new crisis was announced. At 0 p.m. p.m. the w-ord was even more grim. Ai thai lime, the Vatican radio nn nutmccr said the Pope's comlilior was steadily deteriorating "am it is feared tliat even a more scri mis event is about to lake place.' He asked listeners to join in say ing ilie he to recite. A late evening bulletin disclosed he was suffering from generalised pcritonitiis, inflammation of Ihe membrane lining the alxlominal cavity and that his pulse and breathing were weak. The bulletin also disclosed the growth in his stomach had dc- Cyclone, Tidal Wave Toll May Pass DACCA, I'iikislan (Ul'l) Authorities feared today that the death toll from a cyclone and (idal waves in Ivasl Pakistan would cxcend The toll mounted every hour as delayed re- ports from Ihe stricken areas readied Dacca. Officials believed Ihe casualties would leap to hchveen and 1'rcss reports estimated I hat other persons were, missinn and 2 million homeless In (lie affected 178-mile stretch along the liay of Bengal. Thc district deputy commissioner at Chit- tafionf; said hud died in Hint area alone. is 120 miles southeast of here. The casually figure could rise drastically when the Tale is known of a million persons who Inhabited 500 offshore islands. These islands were said to have hec'ii swept away hy (he tidal up- sni'Kfi which followed (he cyclone earlier this week. Grand J ury May Be Called In Taos My WAU.Y OLDS Of Our Tnos Unreaii TAOS There was coiwider- con versa I ion around Tiias Day as to the possible aspccls of a grarxl jury invcili- gniioti hern, Tlic grand jury request, a tilion bearing 172 names, was Iiatidnl lo Fred Fcdrtci fllxnit -1 p.m. Wednesday. 'Hie petition Iliat a grand jury ix> called lo (1) inquire into Ihe dcjilJi of Elmer RodarJo ol I lie hands of Lawrence last August, nrul (2) inquire n? lo why the district attorney ilkln'i file charges against Martinez. vclojxx! into plasy" which "diffused means the Private Plane Lost, iiy tMiLL'ii dii i.. i_ -J..H. mi.i i i uau a j 11.1 j _ and injured her par- Thresher 
                            

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