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   El Paso Herald Post (Newspaper) - April 1, 1963, El Paso, Texas                                 -Section A—Page Two  Two Boys to Represent E.P. in Science Finals  SHORTHAND  Two boys 'rom El Paso will be sent to the 14th National Science Fair-International May 6-10 in Albuquerque. Competing for NSFI honors will be John, Stevenson of Austin High School and Canev Allen of Parkland High School. They won top senior division honors in the Tran^-j Pecos Regional Science Fair held Friday and Saturday at Texas  (  Western College.    J  Dr. J. Leighton Green, presi i dent of the El Paso School i  Board, proson'.ixi tho r awards at a storiai program Saturday n:ght :n L:ber:> Hal!.  JUNIOR DIVISION top b (inor<: went to    Levine of Lamar.  Barbara Brennan of Andress was runner-up.  Senior Division award winners were:  M.ke Taylor and Mark Grissom. El Paso. $50 bond each from El Paso Chapter. Army of i  the I'nited Static a*snaa?:<>n. Stevenson. $100 scholarship from Ml Paso County Medval S*x.Ptv; Dwight Fi<>\d. Austin, science books and savings stamps; Russell Scaroni. Burges, Navy Cruiser award; Don Dempsey. Burges, first cruise alternate and sa\ ings stamps; Alan Neel, El Paso, second alternate and chemistry handbook; Carey Allen. Parkland. $50 bond from Biggs Air Force Base; Lee Smith. Burges. $25 bond; Phillip  P>;st>wa;:e and Bill Rutledge. Burges, science books and savings stamps. Kay Lvnn Rav, Burce'. $.">0 bond from Oil In forma non Committee, and Juditti Hertzler. Austin. $100 scholarship from El Paso District Dental Soc;e-v.    I  I  I AIR FORCE certificates wen* to Taylor and Gnssom. Charles H. Dyer and Danny Peterson o! ¡Austin. Lona Lee Zimmerman of Loretto, Roy Anthony am'  Ruhard Merge” of Be! A r National Aeronautu s and Sp.ue Ad m.n>fa* <»n a .sards went to Peter R:ee^<' an<i (i.irv Mcilugn of Jesu >h ||,r><'n of Au>' n. Da\ :d ( .•■apitian and B«n (i i-!w»rt <>f fV-rk    James S.r’u»  and Russell S<aron: of Burges and Huddv Beime of El Paso.  Junior Division special awards went o  Joel Levine, I amar. 20-volume 'ncyclopedia. Barbara Brennan. \ndress. science books and sav-  ;• jc s*amf>s Frank Tames Snow, A.p-ne. Texas. $25 bond from Oil Intorrra'n-n Comm :too; Ru:ky I vans. I ! Pa'O, $_’5 bond. Torn And r es>, >c ence b<toks; /<»s«*: ;,a \.,lamil, Henderson.  *>k-. Ana Maria Ma!d<*nado and ^’r<Hip, Henderson, S25 bond 'rom the Dental Society; Jay M. Spears. Burges, Gary Rath-hun. (oronado. Robert Coronado. Jefferson. Ronald Selph, Magoffin. and Shayne (iad, Bassett, Air Force certificates.  Weekend Accidents Injure 13 Persons  Phone Co. Sets Reserve Activates  Student Program Two Units in E.P.  Electrical Group Names Top Student  'Beiijamm Fields Jr. of 421T Stephenson avenue was charged with changing lanes unsafely yesterday after his car smashed into the rear of another on Alameda avenue at Paden street. Three persons were injured and sent to Thomason General Hospital They were Fields’ passengers Mrs. Madeline McDuffee. 25. of 7876 Alameda and David Faunt. 3ft, of 7722 Parral drive. Mrs. Emma Sagaribay. 19. of 232 Cherry street, a passenger in the other car.  Police said Fields was chan2-tng lanes to pass a car when he struck the auto of Juan M. Sa-gartbay.  The Rev. Maurice P. Fitzge--gald, 48. of 1117 North Stanton street was taken to Hotel Dseu after his car struck a utility pole on Montana avenue near Walnut street. Electricity for several square blocks was off more t^an an hour. Father Fitzgerald was charged with negligent collision.  A CAR PLUNGED off a bridge over the Franklin Canal at Monn road and U.S. Highway 80, str k-i ing an El Paso Natural Gas Co. pipe making a small rupture. Company workers repaired the leak in an hour. The driver was not injured, but had to be removed from his vehicle by highway patrolmen He was char zed with driving while intoxicated.  Others injured 'n accidents over the weekend were:  Jose Neva res. 61. and Jes js Mata. 25. of La; Cruces. Ste-^-'n L. Czeczelv. 21. of F* Bl.'S.  Ped-o Reves. 56. of 214 Dunne avenur*. Mark and Peggy Herber. 4 and 9. of 10152 Bermuda drive. Sammv Young. 9. of 5$29 Tarpon d:\ve. Larrv Daniels, 45. of 321$ Monroe avenue, and Ar-".110 Meio, m. of R^OO Ortega  C >U’"  Murder Ruled In Death Of Ex-Majorette  T'"''rr1 ?-<-<■< fn‘rr V  fl'-nr'cl  FORT WORTH. April 1 — Tarrant County Sheriff Lon Evans said he w.il probably file murder charges today in the death of former Texas Christian d.um majorette Mrs. Neota Green.  Mrs. Green, ex-wife of Fort Worth gambler (Dude) Green, was fo-ud dead on the kitchen floor of her burning $35.000 home in Benbrook. just outside Fort Worth March 24.  Ronnie Blankenship. 31. member of a prominent Benbrook family. was found unconscious in a bedroom. Both Blankenship and Mrs. Green were nude when found by firemen.  An autopsv showed the wj____n  died of smoke inhalation but would have died anyway from head wounds.  The woman’s exhusband took a !:e-de:ector test last week. Police «a;d it showed he kn**w nothing of the s.avme.  Mountain States Telephone Co. u.ll give a demonstra’<>n at 7 30 pm . Thursdav on “How’ to use the telephone” to a group of students from the El Paso I." — acv Council at the firm s Texas street plant.  The students will be from the English class being conducted at 810 Mvrtle avenue bv Mrs. G.  Ruben Ranv*s was named top  engineering graduating senior at a meeting of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engi neer.s. He will graduate from  Tao new Army Reserve units weeks’ acive duty for ?ra n-n-wii: be activated here today, ac- from Au- H through Sept 1.  •> It Col. Stanley N. Mon a»:gned to tho new FI j> , • * [ ] p,is<> Subsector Paso Army R*-ser\e un :.s were Texas Western College in June.  ( -  >rr! ....... J rr  of the Army Re- previously assigned to the 441st He is the son of Mr and Mrs.   s  . . tv n^w units are offi- Engineer Company and Detach- Vicmte Ramos of 5460 Homer i s ’na:<“d as the 361st ment 1 of the 317th Medical Com- ar< le.  P^v. m a! Warfare Company ; pany ( Air Ambulance). The En- He is president of the institute (t.oiKispe-ker and l eaflet) and^mfer unit was inactivated bv and Society of American Mili-plrK^n'anrfTm    ¿L the ^.ird Quartermaster Battalion Department of the Army, with tary Engineers and treasurer of  : _     t . Can inin'fPetroleum Depot). Activation of the Medical Company being as- Sardonyx, honor organization for  the units is a result of the recent signed to Mineral W'ells. Texas, junior and senior men. He is a  Civic Center.  of Armv reorganiza-  A color film. “A Voice for the ^pannient    , ~- a i  tion of Reserve and National  Farm” will be shown at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday at tha com-!^ uar ^ components.  panv’s plant to the class being . .    .  conducted by Mrs. F.v. Fuentes ">« * ,st  Psvcholofcal War-  at the Sherman Housing Project' * are  C'‘ m P arn ■  Lt Col. Prichard announced  hall.  The Literacy Council is an organization of volunteers who are trying to eradicate illiteracy in El Paso County.  Las Cruces Youth Going to Europe  Special to The Hrrnld-Pnsf  UNIVERSITY PARK. N. M. April 1—Simeon (Sammy) Vaskov. Las Cruces, will leave here on April I on the first leg of a  commanded by  Cap: James D. Agee, will report to Ft. Bliss, for two weeks’ ac'ive duty for training from Julv 7 through 21. The Quartermaster unit of Lt. Col re'VKt to Ft. Polk. La., for two  Climber Hurt In Cliff Fall  member of Alpha Chi. Scabbard and Blade. Men of Mines and Sigma Chi Sigma.  Bryan Anderson. 13. of 9222 Rale.gh drive broke an ankle late under the'command Saturday when he fell off * cliff  John B. Hancock, will, »> McKell.eon Canyon.  He was climbing with friends when he fell about 50 feet. Police and El Paso Ambulance members brought him down the mountainside. and he was taken to William Beaumont General Hospital.  A 12-year-old girl received severe head injuries when she fell about 400 feet down a rock face  Five Men Indicted For Mexican Riots  V’ ••ed P'e«» ^nf^r»ictlonal  MEXICO CITY, April 1. —  journey to France, where he will  Cuban  ®g> ta i° r . Carlos Felix  m  the canyon on March 22. 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