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   New Mexican, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1965, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                llfith 121 40 SANTA NEW APRIL 1963 10 Red Ch Figh Prep Viet armg Nam WOMEN SIGNUP Three young Vietnamese women look on as another signsup for Young women are members of the womens militia in the suburbs of Women are ing the armed forces to drive out the aggres This photo and information are from an offi cial communist reports United Press Inter Promise Company Will Look For Spot In State We have a wide variety of interests and will look very hard to find something that will make us a part of your a top Martin Marietta told more than 100 New Mcxico business and Monday former Civil Aeronau tics Board commissioner and now vice president of Martin Mariettas Washington r e g ion Four Nine Hurt In Collision By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A car carrying nine persons and a pickup truck with four passengers collided headon on New Mexico 56 three miles north of Thoreau Monday killing four and injuring State Police said Officers said there were no skid Elsewhere in New Mexico a killed in traffic The Farmingtcn may not be counted on the states traffic State Police Officer John De Long identified the dead in the Thoreau accident Martin 20 Sammie Alfred and 1m wife Marie all of Smith N All four were in a car driven by Nelson in which nine persons wore In the same vehicle and in jured were Keith I mi Mariano Smith a child Sam zieii of Smith Lake Julia of Smith believed Sam Yazzies and Carrie Willie of Smith Riding in a pickup truck which collided wuh the car were Paul the Thor eau his Alien 13 Willie Smith and John of Mariano The injured were la km to the Gallup Public Health Service hospital 31 miles west of Thor eau and the Crownpoint hos DeLong said the truck appar ently pulled onto the turning across the traffic m which the car was The officer rambled the spicd of the car about 60 He id were pending I The Farnungton Kevin was killed Monday when a pickup truck backed over him as he rode his tricycle on a City Patrolman Miller and head of the firms cement and lime was frank in discussion of possible expan sion into New He explained that Martin Marietta is involved in many dif fierent fields and that New Mex ico resources could well fit into the companys future We will be back investigat Rentzel He also not ed that Martin Marietta once had a cement business in the state but was forced to dispose i of it by the Rentzel noted that anchor reason for their visit here was to say hello and to recognize outstanding cooperation and kindness shown the company by New Mexicos congressional del egation and to honor Robert publishe of The New Mexican and a member of the MartinMarietta board of di Rentzel was accompanied here bv several other MartinMnnet ta officials including 0 assistant to Presi dent George Bunker Stuart director of and Gene manager of the Washington The MartinMarietta delega tion came here in a company plane and were accompanied by Tom long lime New Mexico Also attending were Clin ton Anderson and Joe Mon The delegation came here at the invitation of longtime Santa Fe businessman Inside Information Canadian Prime Minister Lester Pearson reply to AP the key to peace in Viet Main is for Viet Nam to leave its neighbors Page Mth the apparent collapse of peacetalk he conflict in Southeast Asia appears likely to con tinue for at least several more Page H Fulbrights call for a pause in the bombing of I let appears to reflect rising apprehension in Congress over the course of the Page Luther King says there have been signs of progress in the struggle for civil rights in Page Steel labor negotiators hate before them a pro i f Page who has handled considerable work for Jack Mor ris and M o n t o y a gave brief talks welcoming the industrial representatives while Anderson was more straight forward i n stating that we are get MartinMarietta to put a plant in New We want to show them what New Mexico has to offer them and to learn what they can offer Anderson He also noted that atomic energy will be with us for a long time and that New Mexico has played an important part in nucelar de f Campbell emphasized the states resources and stressed the brainpower He noted the states educational programs that will continue to See COMPANY Page 2 Gas Tank Adds To Flood Peril LA AP A tilting storage tank laden with gallons of gasoline added an awesome fire peril today to the woes of La for the record flood crest sweep ing down the Mississippi River can you imagine fire moving along on this said a police officer assigned to the emergency guard over the tank farm where 15 million gal lons of gasoline are A 75foot rupture in a protect ing dike poured eight feet of water over the complex Mon day and Fire Chief Fred Genz said the potential danger increased with the exposure of the tanks to flood While the selfsealing tanks are not the water around them is coated by an oil slick from a nearby auto junk The Mississippi climbed to more than five feet over flood stage at La Crosse as it swept At about 25 persons left their homes in an NEWS IN SOUTH AP Four children of a South Bend accountant were found strang led and their mother suffer ing from slashed wrists and ankles in their burning home in a propserous suburb Attendants at South Bend Me morial Hospital sttid Ed ward about was in good condition despite the cuts and scratches on her EL AP A for mer El Paso policeman was to leave here today to face charges in that he robbed a bank of more than The Mar shals office here said Wayne Lee was to leave El Paso about 1 In the custody of The i mode of transportation was not Peking To Take Part U Escalates Southeast Asia War TOKYO AP Red China called today for full preparations to send Chinese troops into the Vietna mese war if the United States escalates the fighting and the Vietnamese people call for A Peking broadcast said the standing committee of the National Peoples Parliament ordered the prep arations in the form of a reso lution adopted unanimously this In the name of the 650 mil lion Chinese the reso lution the standing com mittee of the National Peoples Congress ol China today solemn ly passed a resolution calliing on i the peoples organizations and their people throughout China to make full preparations to man hospjtalized after send their own people to fight hjs near together with the Vietnamese people and drive out the here Monday ed at Vm aggressors in the event that cent Hospital in Santa Fe Mon imperialism continues toescadav late its war of aggression and August stills was apparently the Vietnamese people Cerrillos Man Dies After Fire CERRILLOS An 87year need The egislative body is em storm sewers after seeping under pro tective Deep sea diving equipment was ferried across the Missis sippi Monday by National Guardsmen from Eau to Winona where volunteer divers placed an inflatable fab ric bag in a manhole to seal off the Two other sewers were to be plugged the same way to The river was expected to crest today at Winona at 214 feet above flood See GAS TANK Page 2 Mar tin Luther King met today with advisers to assess t h e proposed boycott of A top staff member said he was inclined to take a slow jn house when thfi blaze broke powered to on the procSanta Fe firemen were called lamation of a state of jto the scene shortly before 11 China will continue to do They responded to the everything within its power alarm with a truck from Station give resolute and unreserved TWQ and a half dozen approach on the withdrawal support to the Vietnamese peo unteers pie now engaged in a economicjust stuggle to resist the I the resolution HONOLULU AP Defense Secretary Robert McNa mara was to complete the war room quorum at Pacif ic Military Command head quarters today to consider fu ture military and diplomatic strategy in Viet McNa mara arrived Monday night in where top mill tary men in the Pacific al ready had started talks on there was little they could do to save It said the Chinese governthe structure just off State Road ment ancj tne Chinese people stills was taken to Vin have solemnly declared that agcent gression by imperialism against the Democratic Repub c Ambulance Hg had agans lie of Viet Nam means aggreshaled smoke in tne sion against China and that the oital authorities said this morn Chinese people will absolutely ing that cause of death was un 1 not sit by idly without lending lt is believed Stills is survived i In accordance with the deby a He had not been lo mands of the Vietnamese peocated this pie and the requirements of the of planning and refurbishing are The Worlds Fair launches it a second season Wednes Page Italian Premier Aldo a firm backer of opens talks ifith President Page The Indian government is angry uith President feeling that he deliberately snubbed Prime r Page MARTINMARIETTA VISITORS Several Martin Marietta officials met Monday night with New Mex ico leaders in discussing possible industry develop ment in the Among those attending left to Stuart MartinMarietta director of marketing Robert publisher of The New Mexican and a member of MartinMarietta board of directors Jack Campbell assistant to the MartinMarietta presi dent MartinMarietta vice presi dent longtime Santa Fe business man and host to the and Eugene manager of MartinMariettas Washington Taos Housewife Awaiting Word on LifeSaviiig Operation 1LI Irnm DOPtOrB KAV that WlUlO By MILT LOWE News Editor TAOS An attractive 25 yearold laos housewife U bravely awaiting word on a possible lifesaving Lvelyn mother of three is in the ter minal stages ol a chronic kid My according to McKMUii of t h 0 Fmbudo Prtsbyttrian Hospit there still is a McKennls said a kidney which could be performed in Colorado Gener al Hospital In would give her two out of three chances lo Two brothers of William Barago of Chey and LeRoy of have indicated their willingness la come to Denver to offer a kidney for the efforts are being made within the laos com I munity to raise the re quired for the A three man committee has been consisting of the Sam Canyon Brclhern and repre sentatives of the local newspa per and radio station to aid in the money raising The husband of the Vieto Anglada U employed by the GonzalN Sand and Gravel of El Prado where he has been working as a truck driv er for the past The together with their three children has been living with their Mary Barago in a small two room They have no health Public health and welfare authorities of the county have vainly scrutinized state and local funds which could pos sibly provide the Another hope was shattered Monday when they were in formed that Uw patient was Ineligible for assistance from the division of vocational re habilitation Department o f Education and Wel On March 6 of this year Anglada went to Lmbudo hos A week later she was transferred to Vincent Hos pital in Santa Fe for special treatment and then returned to tmbudo for four more She has made periodic trips lo toe hospital Doctors say that without an operation she has only two to three weeks to Although Anglada knows of her condition she displays little outward fear but goes about her daily task of raising her three Vicki age Brenda land Ricky A member of the Brethren she attended the Unit ed E a s t e r Services Sunday perhaps making a silent jctg Hammer North Viet Roads Aain South Viet Nam AP American and Vietnam ese fighterbombers hammered away at North Vietnamese roads and bridges again One Navy propellerdriven Skyraider was downed and its pilot A Army officer was killed in fighting in South Viet and an American civilian died at a Viet Cong raising the number of American dead in two days to Three Skyraiders left the car rier Hancock before dawn on a halfhour strafing run from the 17th Parallel northward along Highway A spokesman said the planes smashed a convoy and two of the planes returned safe ly to the The New Chi na News Agency claimed that i North Vietnamese groundfire downed two of the planes The spokesman said the 1 planes encountered h e a v v groundfire during the initial part of the but that there was no firing at the time the Skyraider Later in the U S and Vietnamese air force fighter bombers conducted three strikes against the My Due south of Dong and convoys on Highways 8 and All aircraft returned On Highway 140 miles south of American jiu caused heavy landslides with some JO of a Antiaircraft fire was heavy in one but no Com munist planes were The My Due bridge was re ported still but its ap proaches were dottud with era   

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