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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - February 27, 1967, Albuquerque, New Mexico February 27, 1967 Other Awards to ComeALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL DENNIS the MENACE Trips, Scholarships Prizes at Science Fair by Hank Ketchum VI Trips for two to Science Fair International and t w o They include Sandia Corp., Mountain States Telephone $300 scholarships are amongjCo,, Southern Union Gas Co., the prizes that will be Public Service Co First Na-awarded at the Northwest Ro- tional Bank, Albuquerque National Science Fair at t h e tional Bank. Bank of New University of New Mexico Mexico, UNM, and the Albu-Mar 31 and April I.    querque    Journal. tail Zweig, assistant pro-: About 250 junior high and fessor in education and fair ^ high school exhibitors are ex* director, said the trips are pected from throughout the remade possible by donations gion comprised of Bernalillo, from fair sponsors. Trash Pickup In West Part Of City Is Set Parts of west Albuquerque will have the opportunity to rid their residences of unwanted items not allowed in garbage collections. The schedule by the city refuse removal division for the week is: Today: Central south to city limits between Crestview and Columbus; and Central north to Juniper between 72nd and Yucca-Palisades. Tuesday: Central north to include Quaker Heights between Airisco and the river, and Central south to Atlantic between Tingley and Eighth St. Wednesday: Central south McKinley, Sandoval, San Juan, Socorro, Torrance and Catron and Valencia counties. The sponsors also provide for the banquet for the ex-jhibitors, decorations awards to junior high winners to the j state fair and other prizes. | Many prizes yet to be announced will be provided by medical, scientific, military and other organizations. Exhibits will be in the UNM basketball arena and the annual banquet will be in the Student Union ballroom. The State Science Fair will be at New Mexico Tech in Socorro April 7-8. The international fair will be in San Francisco May 10-13. BLOND! E By Chic Young J WOULD NOU LIKE TO "THIS MIRACLE hair GROWER? IP* ' • c •: ••' A FLASH YOUNG MR. PllWORTH HE RE POBN'T BFtlEVE THIS 15 A WM SPECIES OF FISH PI5COVERCP OH VENUS, EN?. ZAKKOVf THIS IS A SAMPLE OF ORPHA#/ \ THEN THC SFA WATER FROM VENUS/SEE I WATER'S THAT NEE PL E JUMP? _ ^PAPtQACTIVE.' YES, PALE/ AHO THAT FISH IS PROBABLY A TI MUTAT/OW/OUR VFNjS COLON/ i/V£S ROM THE SEAS/ THIS COUP PE REAL 7-'n Tao, is he the guy who should tuck me in bed tAUSE HIS STORIES WOULD W/MOfc TO SLEEP?' State Explorer Of Latin Nations, Mrs. Lamb, Dies Fire on Yacht Is Described By Survivors The Stars Say... ny UTIBUHA For Tomorrow WHILE A.M. aspects will be on the mild side, those hours will, nevertheless, be a good period in which to make plans for afternoon activities. More vigorous influences will MADRID (DW) — T h e prevail after noon, will en-wreck of the yacht Verona j courage accomplishment in Thursday is not something the|jmportant interests. HILLSBORO P — Mrs. young Americans who were por tile Birthday Lamb, who with her I aboard like to remember, but if tomorrow is your birth-to    city    limits    between    Eighth    husband> Dana* spent their 33-1they ll never forget the kind- day, your outlook for the St.    and    the    railroad,    and    Cen-    f*ar marriage exploring ness shown them by the pee- next year is excellent, in- tral    north    to    Lomas between;!?*”? America, died    last night    pie of Fernando Poo island.    deed, As of the first    of this the    Lomas-Central    intersec-    bm‘l‘^<mia a"d a    hearl al1*    "If anyone really had to get    month, you entered a    fine pe- tion and the railroad.    m    t Ww u k (shipwrecked this was the best riod where finances are con- Thursday: Lomas north    to    do    .!t    ”    the 22 young cerned - one which will last Mountain Rd. between Main!?an Q ®p®|?*    crew    members    who arrived through the first three weeks and u . j    *    J1/-    here en route to New York of March. Next good cycles C°aSt °f ’Ideclared Saturday.    for monetary gain: The en- Their    travels    took    them    all!    The    skipper,    Capt.    Christo-    of    April (bu: only j over South    and    Central Amer-iPher    B-    Sheldon of    Rowcuston,jSFhere long -    range ventures a and into Mexico,    including    Conn- and two ochers, w e r e    are concerned Don t    expect search for a lost    badly burned and are still hos-fimmediate returns);    again, vitalized in Santa Isabela. (during the first three weeks, of September, and through- erai books on their travels, masted sailing yacht carrying ^ut ^c*ober and nex* Decern- among them “Enchanted a crew composed mostly of    ,    ,    . * Where job    andor business] interests are    concerned, best periods will    almost parallel Wednesday at Hillsboro Com- hour out of th® island's port, food /!-soa* eyelet -** especial- A rn unity Church.    Santa    Isabela.    \]y ****•«* now a«d the end of St. and the railroad, Mountain Road north to Indi-1    America. an School between 19th St. and the railroad. Friday: Miscellaneous collection of any oversights. Further information is available from the refuse removal division at city hall. to ic< a foray city. They were School Bomber Search Pushed them “Enchanted a crew composed mostly of Vagabonds” and “Quest for young Americans who paid the Lost City."1    $3700 each to learn to sail and Services will be conducted see the world, caught fire an DETROIT (UPI) bomb set to go off while 1000 students were in class at a n . T    ii/*    1 he    HKjuutfa    1    J*    m    week in .September, me first suburba-n junior h.gh school Debate I ourney    Winner Boyle,    ll75    Iris St., Los    Ala-    three weeks of QC;ober and would have caused little dam- LINCOLN.    Neb.    JI    —    The mos*    throughout next November age, police said Saturday. University of South Dakota ‘There was no explosion, and December. Just one ad- But Sterling Township Po-was named    winner    of    the]just all of    a    sudden a    huge    monition: Do nothing to anile# Chief Maurice D. Foltz sweepstakes    award    at    the    1967jflame,    like    a    flash fire,”    said    tagonize superiors or busi- aaid a search was continuing University of Nebraska Intel* William E, Stewart of Den- ness partners in June, early for the “very sick person’* collegiate Debate Tournament [ver, Colo.    July or the first three weeks who planted th# bomb “be- Saturday. More than 200 stu- “No one became panicked af September or the star-! caus# the intent was there. ’ dents from 24 co* eges and and we all pitched in to fight promised rewards will not be A rn.spiaced wire stopped universities in an eight-s a e thinking there was a chance furthcoming, the clock mechanism and pre-area participated. Runner up lo* gct the fire under conlroi Along personal lines, therel vented the bomb from explod-for sweepstakes honors wafi^ a feal expioson oe_ will be great emphasis on ro-l ing rn a girl's washroom at the University of Kansas. Wi- curred and the fire headed to- mance during the latter part Sterling Junior High School, [chita University was third, w'ards the fuel tanks. Then the of next month, in June, late skipper told us to abandon October and next December. ship.”    Don’t take the infatuations of Another crew member, John ^Iay’ September or N >vem-G. Griffith of Victoria, Texas.    i(>.    ser*°.us^’    however said, “everyone kept his head ; os* Simulating periods for, and we had all been on this _Ln(‘.    ;‘n,!    a<- tlvi:*es: yacht for seven months and Th# first three weeks of May,; included Tom March. Next: The last Todays Crossword Puzzle I 2 4 y4 rs 6 7 6 % 9 IO J It % lb lA IS it I 17 IS 19 20 r///< % d ii /// ll d % VA ES Urn "77^ vs, vt i 2A . i°> 50 \\ d SS/ V// SSS I % SS \s m VU SI % % lh 59 • AO % % % Al At y d 4b AA AS Ab Al I Ab 49 so Si st % S5 SA I ////z. SS fa Sb worked wed together. “I just don’t think any of us realized how grave it was at first,” Griffith added. “We waited until all the fire-extinguishers ha I been emptied. When we finally jumped into the w'ater life rafts had to be blown up as the boats were .id burned Roberta Throne, Evanston. III., was walking evidence of the kindness of th# Fernando Poo populace. I the survivors, next November and December. A child born on this day would make an excellent arenite-. * or scientist; may write poetry as an avocation. Support HB 156, Urges Chairman Of GI Forum Like most sh# left the Telez of Albuquerque urges ell yacht wearing only a swim New Mexicans to contact] suit and carrying a pass- their state senators and rep-1 port. The bright flowered resentatives end demand that! blouse and skirt she wore House Bill 156, civil rights! •were gifts '    1-1 J * * - - residents. The Airier can GI Forum’s THE HEART OF JULIET JONES ”• national chairman, Louis from the island legislation, be passed. “Wei must let our representatives “At first I just couldn’t be- in Santa Fe know how we HORIZONTAL 40. a once I. at ringed Instrument 6. Jew-jib month 9. soak f tx 12, chilla and fever 13. nit in triangular form 11. Hebrew priest 15. reverberation IT. compete >18. more profound 39. attire 21. French article 12. opt . cal maser 24 ion* ador IT. title 28. Mexican coin Si. fuss 82. Guido'e highest no:** S3, pinch 84. daybreak 36. entire amt Hint 37. gin Itta volcano SN.theater passage (abbr.) 41. a horn 43. deluded 47 undi\ ided 48. enact ISH -( Bl. deface B2. affirm S3, cry of Bacchanals £4. public vehicle 65. cured meats 56, grit VI K l V I. difficult L 2. awry 3. a trick 4. a rs«'e B. culture medium 6. Russian rn cr 7. circle augment 8. mat sh grasses 9. profoundly respect-ful 10. ancient Greek country 11. cravats 16. born Answer to Saturday’s puzzle. N [bib] t Mh|co Ifs! JaTb I PjG IE Bain IMT IQRL < !o!l \ IaIg[eis1Ma Cli If : WKL. _ Has Pm^MwiAiRiT || AlDlQ MSI a I ViElfMb Mi it*. n‘ 5m||EpTOsn 111, ^IrtTRAhlfcMcgm RotsfeMNBlTMb RU Atrragr lim** of »*l*fios: ?4 mlimti>«. tC THT, K ni, Features 8) nil , Inc.) I Kl rroqt IPS zn 20. corded fabrio 22. French dty 23. Russian inland sea 24. popular craze 25. girls name 26. dignified elderly women 27. close hermetically 29. wrongdoing SO. former government agency 35. nothing 37. French schools 39. w ord in th# Psalms 40. distress signal 41. missile weapon 42. two-toed sloth 43. conifers 44. molten rode 45. English school 46. legal paper 49. gnTs name 50. jew el lieve it,” Miss Throne said, |“I don’t think any of us really did or we would have tried to feel about this legislation,” Tellez stated. Tellez told the Journal that rOMTMTK F J J T PF LO P B F KRUL F R L F BMHH EJ PF MT. Saturday's C'ryptoqulp: I BRATIC OSTRICH SOMETIMES HIDES HER HEAD IN SAND. J cb. 27 — 0 tm the puzzle) i quais H save tome of our more valu* the issue is no longer simply able things. In fact, it didn’t I humanitarian but rather seem real until I hit the wa- practical and necessary ] ter.M    "This bill involves th# dig-! Boats from Fernando Poo nity of min,” stated the picked up the survivors from,chairman, and such dignity [the rubber life rafts almost;“cannot be limited by color] {immediately and the Inhabit- lines or social status or re-j ants supplied them with every; ligious beliefs.” necessity, including clothing. House Bill 156, an omnibus-“without accepting any kind [civil rights bill proposed by of payment.” Iberia, the Span Bernalillo County Democrat lith national airways, f I a w Raymond Garcia, seeks to es-them to Madrid at no charge Cablish fair housing, public from the island, located off the accommodations and fair em-! coast of the M est African re- payment practices under the public of Cameroon.    direction of a single state \\ ailing for the flight to New civil rights commission, York, Griffith and the others “We have attempted for a agreed it would have been im- number of years,” Tellez possible to put the fire out. stated, “bv contacting the ! “It s not an ordeal I would legislature. At first it w as two care to go through again,” or three persons; then a Griffith said, ‘but tins has;hand full and a room full. , J been an experience we can Now we must express our be-i remember without attaching liefl ln numbers.” more tragedy to it than losing    . our clothes and a coup.# of * •    r1* I CL I months more vacation.” Arizona birls School Opens Registration 1 St. Michaels High School for girls, St. Michaels, Ar:/ , has announced the opening of government underground registration for the fall term Arabian Peninsula People's of the 1967-68 school year. Union, blasted the Saudi The four-year high school. Arabian Defense Ministry in conducted by the .Sisters of Riyadh, Feb. ll, it was re-the Blessed Sacrament, has ported Saturday. The report, scheduled an open house iwhich made no mention of April 16 at the school from ll v’asualties, said it was the a rn, to 4 p.m. for prospee-j third bomb to go off in the tive students and their par-jmmistry in two months. ,ents. \ ^ : a 15 TM” ' - J* • *. <£. PHONE'? ANOj . SA *.': t’fMATKS 'N ET \ CK* RP Bf HCM FRO* j CS w TMP ML AXF s? t rn iii TA iiu I / WE SIS FSESX CUT OF Nl/5, AN*? \ HE'S THE ONLY ONE WHO CVBi LOOKEP ISTES?STEP is F nan: n CUR KEW RESTAURAST. *<s fcV-vr--- ^ WL, ^ JI \ wk V rn! > OA7ACTR5 V N rS v ” F" V, * RP5V Ut, I M H \ /N -f_L ycj.f .6. HLS A PML v/ 'rm~\ a NUT/ /' "jpk\CYERTHW^ ONLY OREX-A < OFFICE WEST & T>e \ PECOS, FWENPS. SIT YOURSELVES J pow* ANO HELP WE KEPICS J STARVATION AMCN,-ST OU RL / FwmeREP sentry/ / _ 'br? Y DICK TRACY PICK ME UP IM THE SPACE COUPE AT 2 O CLOCK. We TE FL> MG TD CIRCUS WINTER QUARTERS.* w Ministry Bombed Again (’AIRO (UPI) —- A bomb, believed planted bv th.* anti- ;