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   El Paso Herarld-Post (Newspaper) - November 1, 1967, El Paso, Texas                             El Paso HeraldPost The Newspaper That Serves Its Readers VOL LXXXVII NO 262 EL PASO TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER I 1967 DELIVERED BY CARRIER lie PER WEEK HOME MidDay Stocks PRICE TEN CENTS 72 SECTIONS ROAD PROJECTS TOTAL MILLION TO WIN NOTHING TO LOSE This coupon will appear today only Test your skill as a football forecaster by checking the results of the following games No 7 Texas Miners 2 Arizona State 3 Texas Tech 4 Houston 5 Baylor 6 Texas Aggies 7 Auburn 8 Ohio State 9 Okla State 10 Georgia Tech 11 Michigan 12 Mississippi 13 Colorado 14 North Carolina 15 Wash State NM State WIN a a a a a a a a a a j Northwestern WIN TIE n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n D D n n Louisiana State I I I I n n a D n a Utah Rice Georgia TCU Arkansas Florida Mich State Missouri Duke Oklahoma Clemson Oregon Moll tottll Football Editor ol HeraldPost or brine lo Itil Nwspepir Building Mini IWMIU and Kaniiu ilmt coupon must m ot Tin HeraldPost by noon Friday Nov 3 reoordlea of postmark The prize Is SZSO tor a perfect score with 1500 limit equally divided H two or more tie Everybody Is eligible except employes of El Pasn newspapers and their famines Enter 05 mony of these coupons M you wish Sands Base Top Rating Is Sought Montoya to Push WSMR As Key Missile Center By LORETTA OVERTON A push to make White Sands Missile Range the top electronic missile war fare research and develop ment center in the entire world was pledged today by Sen Joe Montoya of New Mexico He a r r i v e d in El Paso late yesterday and granted an exclu sive interview to The Herald Post before he left to address a II secret symposium of electronics II experts at am today at White Sands WE WOULD BE pulling the very whiskers of death to place electronic warfare research on the shelf SenMorttoya said The very existence of our nation may depend upon the timeliness and e x t e n t of our efforts in this field he said T h e worldwide balance of power is shifting While the US has been preoccupied with the Vietnam quagmire and has had its attention diverted by worries about Red China Russia has II been quietly running a top prior ity technological arms race he said FBI Nabs Bank Holdup Suspects Jailed With Striptease Girls United Press International LA PORTE Ind Nov 1 A gang of bank bandit stocked the arsenal with which they cut down four po licemen by robbing a National Guard armory of auto rratlc rifles and a submachine gun the FBI said todaj The gang was rounded up late yesterday with the ar rest of two men and t h e i women c them Chicago striptease dancer a lakeside fishing cottag near La Porte Friday Is Named MrsJottDay HE VOICED urgent concern that the Soviets may be convinc NAME11 ing themselvesthat they can I win in an allout war against the US not a threat of war in the distant future but a credible threat of an incredible Sovietini tiated war early in our time What About Amendments Heres an Analysis Of No 3 and No 4 By CUFF SHERRILL This report second in the series relates to Amund ments No 3 and No 4 of the six amendments proposed to the Texas Constitution and that will be voted on throughout the State in the special election Nov 11 yesterdays report published in The H e r a 1 d P o s t on the amendments proposed ard points for and a g a i nst each related to Amendments No and No 2 The next and final report will relate to No 5 and No 6 Information on points or argu ments for and against the pro posed amendments KS published herewith is taken principally from the V o t e r s Guide published and widely distributed by the league of Women Voters of Texas to help prepare citi zens to cast an informed vote AMENDMENT NO Extends the Veterans Land Pro gram by authorizing the sale o m 111 i o n of State bonds to purchase land to be sold to veterans and expands the pro 5ram to include veterans o Vietnam FOE This program is official ly described as one that does not cost the taxpayer It would pro duce a future profit for the State The difference in interest received from the veterans would make the program a prof t instead of a loss Texins have a long record of showing appre ciation to their veterans by mak ng land available It is only fai Continued on Page AJ Col 4 Outstanding Ex to Lead Homecoming Parade Marshall Willis the Outstanding ExStudent selec tion from the University of Texas at El Paso will lead the Homecoming Parade through downtown El Paso Saturday at 10 am Other dignitaries in the parade will include Dr Joe Ray president of UT El Paso Bob Cave pres ident of the ExStudent Assn John Donohue presidentelect Roger Russell Homecoming chairman George J Johnson Class of 1SI7 ancf Jack Nelson Class of 1927 In addition to the graduates and administrative executives will be Homecoming Queen Cherryl Bates and her Court Members of the court are Miss HE POINTED out in his talk at W h i t e Sands Missile Range today that electronic warfare covers not only the complete spectrum o f electromagnetic frequencies but also the combat spectrum ranging from under water to surface air and space as well Russia is developing an inter Continiied on Page A9 Col 2 Students Fling Molotov Cocktail United Press International PITTSBURGH Nov I Groups of fighting students hrew Molotov Cocktails and mcks and damaged furniture in Oliver High School for about 30 minutes today before a force of more than 150 policemen quelled the disturbance with the use of chemical mace Seven White boy students were njured and taken to hospitals One Negro youth was arrested Several women employes In the school cafeteria where the rouble erupted escaped injury Continued on Page A9 Col i MRS MOTTINGER Years of community service was rewarded today when Mayor Judson Williams name Friday Mary Mottinger Day Mrs Mott as she is affec tionately known was recognized for her years of service to the El Paso community SHE HAS BEEN a member o the First Methodist Church and a past state president of the PEO Sisterhood Her public and church service i n c 1 u d e c membership in Service Guild YWCA the Inter national Museum OptiMrs Club Pilot Club El Paso Com cil of Church Women Family V e 1 f a r e Association and the Order of the Eastern Star In addition to her church she has been the executive sec retary of the Downtown Optimist Club of El Paso since 1953 Mrs Mottinger has had sever al of her works published ATTEMDING THE ceremony in the Mayors office were Mrs C L North Mrs James Orr and Mrs Grace Lake all former state presidents of the PEO Dr Cyril Stone pastor of the First Methodist Church Bill Richardson president of the Downtown Optimist Club and Ward Koehler immediate past president of the Downtown Optimist Mrs A C Booth E ONE OF THE accused ban dits Henry Gargano 35 lay o a cot too weak from a polic bullet to reach for the two load ed pistols under his sheet As h was earned out he said if wasnt so weak I would hav killed the first guy to com through the door and then kille myself Clifton 0 Daniels 29 accuse with Gargano in the killing o two policemen and the of two others in a ban robbery in Northlake HI Fri day surrendered meekly Marlin W Johnson chief Fed eral Bureau of Investigation agent in Chicago told a new conference today that the ban dits had acquired their firepow er by butglaring the 111 i n o i National Guard Armory a Salem III Oct 20 JOHNSON DISPLAYED an rsenal of weapons found in an apartment in Bellwood 111 liki northlake a Chicago suburb in a aid yesterday The apartraen lad been used by the gang iefore they moved to the La 5orte cottage owned by a rela ive of Garganos Johnson said The stolen weapons included a 5 caliber submachine gun hree Browning automatic rifles telescope with a tripod 100 ounds of armorpiercing bullets Continued on Page A8 Col 7 McCuIlough Optimist club past president Mrs H A Markham FAB MacKeil Ernest Duel lette and Mrs Mottingers son and daughter in law Mr anc s William Mottinger El Paso Warms Up November arrived with rising emperature a high of 75 legrees today Yesterdays high was 67 and a high of 77 was xpected tomorrow Last nights low was 37 and xpected lows tonight are 42 in he heights 37 in the valleys Texas warmed up Beverly McMahan Armida Cooper Carolyn Aboud and Joanie Felimelh THERE WILL be IS floats seven general entries ssnd three bands including the UTEP band the New Mexico State University and 424th Army bands The parade gathers at Olive Continued on Page A9 Col 1 El Paso Sunshine The sun shone today for the 1056ttl consecu tive day The inn has failed to shine only 1 day out of the past 2207 days HKH Thinks US Is Winning War United Press Internationa SAIGON Nov 1 American spokesmen today reported the eighth consecutive day of mas sive air strikes against the HanoiHaiphong area and im aressive victories in the south Visiting Vice President Hubert H umphrey said I think we are winning this struggle Humphrey skipped South Viet nams national day celebrations today to visit the battlefields before flying on to Kuala Lum pur the capital of Malaysia a nation which successfully fought off a Communist tkeover at empt in years of guerrilla ighting US JET fighterbombers icunded the Hanoi area with 138 Teenage Ctrl Slain n Own Home United Press Internationa OKLAHOMA CITY Nov 1 17yearold brunette high chool senior was found stabbed death in the bathroom of her ome yesterday her nude body raped over a halffilled bathtub nd bound with her own stock gs Albert K Cummings returned ome to find the body of his aughter Maxine Police said e girl had been stabbed nine mes in the chest and her throat slashed POLICE SAID the girls cloth ing was piled b e s i d e a blood stained bed An autopsy was ordered by Continued on Page A2 Col 4 POLICE CAPTURED Henry Gargano left and Clinton Daniels who have been the object of an intensive search since Monday when three wmed men robbed an Illinois bank of an killed two policemen in a gunbattle One suspect was captured earlier Vandals Treat Public To Malicious Tricks7 Windows were broken and cars were sprayed with aint and damaged by Halloween vandals last night The trick or treat was more of a trick than a trea or Mrs Woodrow Wilson 617 Prospect street She dis covered that was missin 11 Children Die On Halloween Humphrey Stirs Unrest United Press International KUALA LUMPUR Nov 2 Police used tear gas today to break up antiAmerican demon strations as Vice President Hub ert H Humphrey arrived in this Malaysia capital for a three day visit But threatened rioting ailed to materialize United press International At least 11 children met olent death last night while on trickortreat forays in celebra tion of Halloween including a 14yearold boy who was fatally stabbed when he tried to steal a bag of candy from another youth Nine of the dead were hit by cars and one boy was killed in a fireworks oxplosion In addition 12 children were injured and 41 persons were arrested in Hal loweenconnected incidents POLICE IN Portsmouth Va Continued on Page A2 Col 4 from her purse after children had come into her house to ge Halloween goodies MRS MERLDEAN Williams 8108 Ryland court reported sh heard a sound as if an automo bile accident had taken place in front of her home Looking oti of the window she saw sij youths fleeing Her small sports car had been turned over in thi street on its side Mlnnick of 4901 North Copia street reported his ca had been sprayed with falacl paint Jose P Castro 2SS Edith street said the windshield of his car was smashed THE RIGHT headlight of a car belonging to Victor Ybarra Continued on Page A2 Col 2 Lake Ducks Mistreated Foot Was Cut Off Ascarate Lakes beautiful flock of some 300 wild and domestic ducks are being cruelly mistreated by the jpublic El Paso Humane Society officials said today use clubs and tear We received one yesterday with its foot cut off and on demonstrators in the city otjseveral weeks ago another had leorgetown six hours before he arrived Minor demonstrations Velasco Humane Society shelter iroke out in Kuala Lumpur jefore and after his arrival but hey were across town from the sfficial motorcade Police said one group of 300 and we have received numerous hand and they dispersed fte roup before it could oause trou le Prime Minister Tengku Ibdul Rahman had threatened issions yesterday while BS2i strong action against any pro is A bombers braves t h e threat of tests against the Humphrey had plastic beer caps forced Continued on Page A8 Col 1 visit both feet cut off Mrs Juanita manager reported MANY PEOPLE often hit with rocks bottles and broken glass I TALKED to Commissioner areR i c h a rd Telles today and he incensed about this situation I said he is aware of the situation threatened to get out of calls The special officer at the lake is very concerned He called about the wounded duck yesterday Mrs Velasco said the ducks have been stuck with fishhooks around their necks and are and will io anything in his power to bring it under control Mrs Velasco said need the help and cooperation of the public If the mistreatment doesnt stop ve will have to take other steps It would be a shame to Continued on Page A8 Col 4 EP Highway Bid Openings Set Dec 1213 Contracts Include NorthSouth Freeway Right of Way Work By MARSHALL HAIL The Texas Highway Com mission will open bids Dec 1213 on initial phases of El Paso highway projects that ultimately will cost an esti mated million One of the contracts to be let is preparation of right of way for the NorthSouth Freeway after which another contract will be let for relocation of utilities THE RIGHT OF WAY project ill consist of removing founda tions of houses being razed Adjustment of utilities is expect ed to start early next year Not all of the right of way has been acquired No close estimate of the cost of the NorthSouth Freeway is available but Joe M Battle dis trict highway engineer said it probably will be astronomi cal possibly exceeding mil lion It will extend from the Cor dova Island port of entry to the TexasNew Mexico state line at Newman Another contract to be let Dec 1213 is for a drainage and rerouting project at Paisano drive and Copia street near the Cordova port This will be done in preparation for later opening of bids on a million inter change at the same site which in turn will precede constructiqn of Highway 110 HIGHWAY 110 will connect Paisano and the Cordova area with Interstate 10 Though only a mile long Highway 110 will cost an estimated million Thus in a few years ahead the Freeway and the c Highway 110 projects will bring some million in construction to El Paso Status of other highway con struction in the El Paso area was reported by Slate Highway Engineer D C Greer Contracts this run into many more mil ions f Start of construction on the Continued on Page A2 CoL 2 luarez to Build Sports Center A sports center costing 10 00000 pesos will be rail on former US land btained under the Chamizal reaty Francisco Ruiz Obregon ead of the Juarez Federal Public Works Board said today The 25a ere site east of ordova Island comprises racfci that formerly were part f the City of El Paso dump and ewage treatment plant PROJECTS IN the center will n c I u d e a stadium Olympic zed swimming pool tennis Continued on Page A8 Cot 4 Inside Your HeraldPost E P Weather Bureau Forecast Fair and warm er Details on Page Amusements D2 Ann Carroll I5 Classified E12MS Comics E7 Crossword Puzzle eaths r B U L Conner Editorials nez E7 EI B2 E2 BI Markets ES eople A4 ports DS789 V ProgramsD4 Womens News B 45 Settlement in Copper Workers Strike Is Still Beyond the Horizon United Press International SALT LAKE CITY Nov a union leader tabbed the most suc cessful strike in the his tory of the unions in the copper industry was in its 110th day today with a settlement still far be yond the horizon Joseph P Moiony vice pres ident of the United Steelwork ers of America and President of the National Strike Coordi nating Committee hailed the strikes prospects last July 15 when approximately 37000 workers wrtlked off the job THE CRIPPLING nation wide strike followed more than a month of bargaining between the u n i o n s and the big four copper companies Kennecott Copper Corp Ana conda American Smelting and Refining and Phelps Dodge Corp as well as a number of smaller producers El Paso is included Sputtering negotiations have been less than profitable as the unions held out for what they termed satisfactory set tlement of local contract issues as well as an increased uniform wage for all workers SOME PERSONS considered talks with Kennecott as the hub of negotiations with others likely to follow the settlement whenever it was reached in the companys western mining division located in Utah Nevada Arizona and New Mexico B u t KCC representatives and union negotiators have not set much of an example as they haggled off and on under the auspices of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service in Salt Lake City and Washington The original KCC offer which has not been rescinded was made June 7 It amounted to just over 50 cents per hour over a three year period The unions presenteda counter proposal in early Octo ber when Moloney said they iproposed a contract totaling about 93 cents per hour IT APPEARED the two sides were at an impasse and negotiations broke down entirely in August when joint sessions ended in a barrage of name calling between the par ticipants The governors of five west ern states fretting about the drastic effects of the strike on western economy met and asked for federal help in renewing negotiations Governors Calvin L Ramp ton of Utah Jack Williams of Arizona Tim Babcock ofMon tana Paul Laxalt of Nevada and David Cargo of New Mexi co met in Salt Lake City and initiated the request Their action which called for pressure short of invok ing the TaftHartley act was followed by speeches in t h e s e n a t e and House of Repre sentatives calling for federal help SEN WALLACE F Bennett R Utah introduced a reso lution in the Senate asking the president to invoke section 14 B of the act in order to get workers back on the job for an 80day cooling off period ended But other officials said the use of the strike injunction would only mean a much long er more bitterly fought strike after the coolingoff period ter minated At the urging of the gover nors and others KCC and union representatives resumed meetings under the direction of the conciliation service Oct 3 and continued for 17 d a y s when meetings abruptly broke off and Kennecott filed charges with the N a t i o n a 1 Labor Relations Board in Den ver challenging the propriety of certain union bargaining issues A company spokesman said the unions were insisting to the point of i m p a s s e that Negotiations not be concluded or an agreement reached with Continued on Page A2 Col 6   

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