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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - January 19, 1962, Albuquerque, New Mexico A-2ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL January 19, {962 Journal Index Bridge _____________________ D-12 Classified ...... D-5-9 Comics     D-U C rossword Puzzle    D-12 Bally Record    D- Editorials _____ ______ A f inancial    D-10 Food Tips ...    ____ _ B-5 Louclla Parsons  .....D-2 Moi Obituaries    ...    C-4 Our Slant    A-4 Patterns    D-12 Religion Today    . C-16 Sports    C-l-2 TV Log    „ A-15 TV Previews ____A-15 Weather Table .    C-6 Woman’s World    B-l-2 I Of Court Appeals In a marathon hearing Thursday before Bist. Judge sieT      p    j    I Edwin Swope, the city attor ney’s office continued to whittle away at its massive list of appeals of Municipal j cases. More than 60 were disposed of from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Droves of city policemen, most in court overtime basis, Union Head Cites Future Dangers Of Automation A fund is being started at an Albuquerque bank by friends of the Robert Armstrong family, which lost all its possessions in a fire Tuesday. The father, a 22-year-old unemployed construction worker; Court the mother, Deanna, 20; and their youngest child, Johnnie, 7 months, are in serious condition at Bataan Memorial Methodist Hospital. The oldest child, Robbie, 2*4, were involved.    not burned as badly in the An equal number of    cases    fiash fjre? was listed in fair was wiped off the    books    conditlon late Thursday after- Wednesday. Judge Swope will'noon listen to 71 cases today in the *    ..    .    , i final session of appeal hearings    the couple $    4-year- this month    i?111 d^eh‘er'    ™Ieafd .    .    .    from the hospital Thursday Another series Planned    and js being kept by a friend Another series is scheduled,^ the famnyi Betty Wile-.n February. Twenty cases mon n521 MounUin Rnad NE. continued from Thursday, and; 60 other appeals which have accumulated since Dec. 15, will Director of N. M. Continued from A-l MECICO CITY CP — A former Argentine diplomat who was once .so enthusiastic John Hanahan of Carlsbad said over pjde| Castro he quit his the board agreed on the se'et"pOSt to help him says the tlon of Scudder and there was £uban people face 19 6 2 no dissent. Hanahan said Scud- hunsrv and hopeless, der and other applicants were not asked for their political af- D ™e estimate came I r o rn fiiiotinno    Ruben Reynoso, former first ZI ™    * , ,    secretary of the Argentine J°ffe,r As8t8*    Embassy in Havana. Reyno- Davidson will remain to as- sq deepiy disillusioned with slat Scudder in settling into his the ,ts of Cagtro., revol„. Cuba a few weeks Miss Wilemon and her neighbor. Mrs. Don Poland, 11517 Mountain Road NE, have open- varied the Armstrong fund at the The cite attorney s office has “    .    .    . ..    _    . been working sine. October to W-gy branch^of £ Bar* By JUDITH BRIMBERG The international president of the Office Employes Inter national Union Thursday pre ,    .    .    .    ,    1U. dieted a bleak future for    the    ^    check was received    Thursday. white collar worker and    the    £*which    once involved    399    ^ ^ ^    ^ nation unless tho go\ ernment    Qaseg    feard Thursday    in-    Armstrong’s trailer    home and and others act to meet    the    , ***    '    all their txissessions    the family rrohlnrnc of nutnmat-nn    volved gambling, prostitution.    311    tneir possessions, ine lamuy problem* automation.    carrying a deadly weaoon oettv    also Wl11    need    clothing    and He also took a swipe at    the    carrying    weapon, peiiy    Miss    Wilemon    and International Brotherhood    of    larceny, illegal use of barbitu-    *,    * ‘ ,    miss    wnemon    ana international Bro.herhood of ^ /rtsT,v^nocii    Mrs. Poland will store these at their homes until the family is reunited. Months and even years of the ladder” is no real answer Enter Innocent Pleas    hosp..a1 bills face the >oung 0f fU,Ure unem"f T7Ty ' “ven deJen‘,#"t*: through, h. will n«d exten- P’0yment-    ta‘1,d to appe^ and^orfe.tcd ^    grtftjng since bums cover more than 80 per cent I lectr a1 Workers’ strike in ates’ drunkenness and disorder-    thf^ % .    •    .    I s ,    *    1*»    /J    t    I    of    n    r\    >4    «•    A«*i    /\    11 a    /leitfinrt New York City, saying the union’s tactics of “getting more for those at the top of Iv conduct and various driving violations, including 18 drunken driving cases. Howard Coughlin, New York bonds. Twelve entered pleas of City, addressed a joint meeting guilty and five pleaded guilty of union members and the Uni- to a lesser offense. Charges versity of New Mexico’s Eco- against ll defendants were dis-nomics Club at the Student missed. Pleas of innocent were Union Bldg.    entered by nine defendants; Sees Unemployment Hike five were found guilty and two Using U.S. Bureau of Labor found innocent. One case was Statistics figures, he estimated 1.4 million white collar jobs were affected and 350,000 per- continued. Among the defendants who failed to appear were Thomas manently abolished during Crawford. 25, of 305 Charleston 1961 because of the widespread SE, convicted of five counts use of the transistorized com- of gambling on June 15, 1961, puter. This small computer and fined $250; Edna Houston cioi be used by small and 22, fined $100 on a charge of ** ”    V    *■    P I medium-* bu*ines*e,    “    ®F«    ClTCUlt    LOUlt weapon, and Norman’ ^    ' , t    Continued    from    A-l 32, of UIS Broadway! Robert 5 brother, Larry, who of his body. “It just tears your heart out,” Miss Wilemon said as she described the family’s plight. The father, who was employed by a construction company, has been laid off since before Christmas. Although he had been looking, he was unable to find another job, Miss Wilemon indicated. The Armstrongs had no personal property insurance and it is not definite if there is LUCKY TINA: Little Tina Armstrong, 1*4, is the most fortunate member of her family. She escaped with slight injuries while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.obert Armstrong, and two brothers were seriously burned when their trailer home caught fire. Tina was released from the hospital Thursday and is being cared for by Miss Betty Wilemon, a friend of the family. Larry Armstrong, left, a brother of Robert, helped pull the family to safety. (Journal photo) Seth Is Favored 'Kistler-Collister To Open Feb. 17 new duties until he enters the University of New Mexico Feb. 12 to complete work on M.A. degree in business. Davidson lacks only nine semester hours to get the degree. The personnel board also gave its approval to a code of ethics for employes covered by the new personnel merit system. The board and system were created by the 1961 legislature and since the effective date of the law the board has been completing new regulations and procedures. The code said employes under the merit system “as servants of the people, must in all instances maintain their conduct at highest standards. Em ploye8 of the classified service are expected to conduct them selves in a manner which will reflect favorably upon the serv ice and the state of New Mex ico. Must Be Reliable “Although the state is not particularly interested in the private Lives of its employes, it does expect them to be reliable, trustworthy and of good character,” the code said. “They are expected to be loyal to the state and to the department in which they are employed.” Oher portions of the code dealt with outside interests of employes under the system and gratuities. ago in despair. Cuba’s laboring class, which had hoped to benefit from the revolution, finds itself virtually enslaved, Ren-noso said. Gloomy Picture Here is the picture he painted: “The right to strike is forbidden on penalty of death. A worker who quits his job is charged with sabotage of industry and faces a 5-to-10 year jail sentence. “The eight-hour work day is a myth. There is no overtime. “Farmhands are slaves. When they work fields, the militia is nearby to oversee them. "Despite this rigid enforcement to make people work, there are not enough jobs to go around, I would estimate unemployment at 45 percent.” Dr. Ard Resigns As Health Chief Dr. Faissal Ard, district health officer here, has submitted his resignation to State Health Director Dr. Stanley Leland, effective Feb. 5. Dr. Ard said he will at- IO noted, Coughlin said although un-;dead]y employment has decreased p-osle; Kistler-Collister plans to va- .stressed concrete with 60-foot cate its downtown store Feb clear spans. The exterior has a IO and open its $400,000 center cast stone facade. at San Mateo and Lomas Feb J J. D. Collister, president, said slightly, the number of unem-jSE found guilty of carrying ployed white collar workers a deadly weapon. ha* risen.    I    _ The official spoke of devices which may cost hundreds of thousands of Job* in the future, among them: l.A machine which will transcribe the spoken word. This is being tested by RCA! in New York City and by Japanese Electronics Co. in, the Kyoto, Japan. If successful, it will affect 1.5 million secre- lived with them in the trailer,'check by the FBI. The attorney 17. ;some former employes will be Sandia District Votes to Disband Cwtlud from A-l also lost his clothing in the    general then prepares a nomi-J    The 50-year-old    department    recalled to handle the opening fire. Larry la staying now with    cating paper and outlining the    store firm will    occupy the    ^The permanent staff will a third brother, Henry, who    J candidates experience and rec-    ground floor of    the 34,000-    number about IOO. lives at the home of Miss Wile-    ommendations and sends it to    Square-foot, two-level building    U7 ’t^d “n« T J mon.    ’the White House. The nomina- The firm will occupy 25,000 Water IO D€ Ult today Caring for the two burned tion then goes to the Senate square feet, duplicating the! youngsters has added quite a.Judiciary Committee and from #pace it has in the Third and    „    ‘    ‘    pr    'J, problem to the pediatrics de- there to the Senate for confir- Central building. There will bel ofl fro_................ mation.    A— *—*---*-*— -*—M’ Normally employes may en-, d ,0 some ^ business gage in outage employment or    horn*    In Dame.- acquire pnvate interests rn S1    „    lcast lwo business, provided such in- ..    .    .    ,    .    ., JI*    t    months    before    he decides    on terests do not    interfere with    el    .    ,    , .    . one of    several    job offers    he has received. Jobs with the World Health Organization in Lima, Peru, and as division director in the African regional office have he said. of change replied: . ,    “We don’t have any tarial, stenographic and typist lto annoaI ** jobs in this country.    1 aps~- “Robot” Sales Clerk 2. An automatic sales clerk A current machine can de partment of Bataan Hospital. A private duty nurse volun-mind, Parham leered her service, Wednesday night to care for Robbie and money Johnnie, who need “a lek of ..... IO    to    ll    a.m. today on _    ,    ,    .* two-level parking facility for E1 Enchant0 Place NE h(.,ween The entire process of norm-USO cara-on the ground floor Alv,„do and San Mateo. Also Hating and confirming a fed-[adjacent to the building and on af((.rt(„j Wl\\ >H. Alvarado NE eral judge may take “two weeks, two months or a whole session of Congress,” according operators, (uoughlin noted that with insufficient money to: some Jobs which were created appeal, not only the dissolution by the advent of the computer.|order, but the expected order Is Planned Here i extra nursing care,” a hospital He referred to an 0plnlon;,P°k“m*",“id. Thf    J to a Justice Dept, spokesman. early this week bv Asst Dist was marching for an addition- it depends on the time of year Atty William J. Brngh.m ad. •£"“*», Thur,dav ,ni*ht- The and how busy Congress is. jvising County Treasurer Mae    for * *Pecial nurse is When Judge Bratton re- pense 36 articles and    Kleinhein not to remit to the more f’nt508' a* right, since|signed. Sen. Chave* staunchly change up to $5 for each of dlstrict assessments she hasjthere^are fewer floor nurses on backed his brother, N. M. Su-tbcs*.    collected for it. Parham indi-> uty lhen*    preme Court Justice David 3. IBM readers and scanners cated he felt the court wouldL    Chavez, for the post. Sen. An- One device which scans at the have this osdnion had    PAa*^ derson favored Ross Malone. rate cf 1800 words a minute the directors attempted to fight [WW I\0Sl3lll Dill RosW’11 lawyer and former does the work of 24 key punch; This would have left the dls-|    president    of    the American Bar I Assn. Seth, 46, told the Journal in Santa Fe, “I would accept the such as key punch operator and;denying it funds.    appointment." He said both output clerk, may be abolish-! “What could we do?” asked    Construction will begin nex*    senators talked with him od.)    Parham.    month on a “Big Boy" res- j about the appointment “in a 4. An automatic inventory outstanding Bills    taurant at Truman and Cen general way.” I The district now has about,*™*    Seth    and    his father, J. O. Too Expensive    $9 *000 or abou* $‘,0 OOO less    concrete    building    en    Seth, veteran lawyer, are asso- 5. An automatic law clerk needed t- - a r outstanding]comp*8sin* 5000 * square-feet; elated with the law firm of This machine presently is too1 and debts,    according toiw*^ 8eat    persons and of-    Seth, Montgomery, Federici expensive for common use. Campbell He    sa d district    ?er Pnr^tnj?    space for 55 cars    and Andrews, Santa Fe. However, it can do seven-hours! iudB;,s had aSsiured him enough rt wil! replace the Bar X Mo Bom in Albuquerque, Seth work in a few minutes.    money would be ordered re- te1, Central E, presently moved to Santa Fe with his 6. An automatic meter read- leased by the county treasurer ^;™ r*z*d „    J    ,    parents when he was 2 year? sr.    to pay the bills    Daniel    T.    Hogan    and    Jamesjold.    He    was    graduated    from Coughlin reported his 65,000- j Campbell itemized debts MP’Cmhw, both of Phoenix, I Santa Fe High School in 1933, member union has called for 1104,000 due June I as princi* operate the restaurant unlearned a BA degree from Stari-govemment help in establish- ;>al and interest on a loan ob-idtr .,l? y franchise ford University in 1937, and ing training and retraining tamed a year before; $2000 due1 n;was graduated from Yale Un! centers throughout the coon-j Chapman fend Cutler. Ch.c»*o! "Bl« BoSr'' h a rn b u it e r s, versity Law School in 1940. try. It also has pressed attorneys, who had given3 an<*    wll°    ca*!s    himself    1 rehabilitation tor older work- » preliminary opinion on legal- »*>> “rv* 0,h" ,.ood*- T h <- »mall-town lawyer, passed the em. earlier retirement, and a ,ty of proposed district bonds; r**‘*u,r*n'-„ !la,ed„ *f °I£n New Mexico Bar examination system o( mobility wherein job- and payroll, and office bill.    be call*d VIP a in mo and then enlisted in the less insurance funds may be which are due or will accrue by “£    , ;Vn5y. ai>? Sf 1’a'r"on 1(P, used to help transport workers:March I.    „    b.    f    H    .-n -lo i ' < - Hi-w.i>-dis aarged in V.f from one job area to another i The secretary Mid ^    m .K. sI.n ""“i0;af'er *e'm*    *''h Th,, UTI proposal has received planned to end the d^' S„uthwe!l and M.ddl, 'West'    ^d Oernany. niostt fn the backing of the President. telephoneMrv^e Teb-'.^    ^ QWMd hy Roher, c Wl- the infantry and Inspector Gen the lower level.    jb e t w e e n Constitution The new building is of pre- Mountain Road. ficient performance of their duties or conflict or give rise to suspicion of conflict with the interests of the state of New Mexico or the department in which they are employed. “Employes of the classified be*n tufnted idown-service will not srccept any fa-! ‘rd sasd b* ls KMVin* senrms vor or gratuity from any per- thought too “top position in son, firm, corporation or other! ^ a^.ington, U C. entity which is engaged in ort Ard came to the Hist. 3 health is attempting to engage in bust- office here March 9, 1961. ness transactions with the state-He previously was health of-, . . which might affect or ap-K,ct,r °* Dist. 9 at Raton in pear to affect the employe's ‘958. In September, 1959, he judgment in the performance resigned to accept a position and I of his duties in an impartial at American University rn Bel* 'manner,” the code said.    irut,    where    he taught health. advisory council, and the sec re- cate its an, Glendale, Calif.    erai’s    Dept. Hogan and O'Connor will a registered Democrat, Seth lease the property from Her- has never held public or party rv Driver, who will construct office. His wife is the former the chipped stone-faced build-:Jane MacGillivray, The couple mg to ‘Big Boy" specif lea- has two daughters, Sandy, 13 lions George A. Rutherford and Laurie, 8, tary of labor hts indicated he NW by Feb. 15 and to have    all will press for its passage in reports ready for the court    by Congress.    March I. Predicts Economic Crisis    Short Session Estimating the country will! Thursday night's meeting of have 37 million white collar director* lasted about IO min- workers by 1970, Coughlin utes — the shortest on record    c0    0j    Albuquerque    will    do    ______ predicted an economic crisis    The vote ended almost ! t7le contracting work    Ca J* d J 1 t ; u if these minions do not have years of history of the district,    restaurant will be ' Big *5luaiei *>llugei lonignt purchasing power.    formed in 1952 to combe* floods Boy’s" first operation in Ne:* BERNALILLO—The Bema “Only through    intelligent j    from waters flowing down East Mexico,    I    Milo Board of Education will planning can we devise systems Heights arroyos.    Building    costs    have    been consider a proposed budget to insure that automation will! Another governments est,mated at $125,000 with an for the sc hool system tor the be a boon and that we will|agency could still pick up the additional $75,000 to be in 1962-63 year at a special meet reap the benefits of in* Teased sponsorship. But it would have yested in fixtures and equip- im* tonight. The meeting will productivity,” he concluded. to act fast. since Congressional ment. The restaurant will be he at 7:30 p.m. at the super Coughlin also wui participate {authorization expires in No- staffed by 50 employes, jintendent’s office, in a Southwestern    conference    vernber, 1963. of union members    from seven    The Sandia District    has    al gates About IOO delegates will ready spent about $419,000, will attend the sessions, to be held spend another $112,000 before Saturday and Sunday at    dissolving March I. (ba Cole Hotel.    j    “ Podiatry Seminar Illegal Fraih Container* Starts Here    Today To Be Picked Up by City Dr. Raymond K. Locke of Englewood, N. J., and chief of All illegal garbage contain- podiatry surgery at Oradell, era, including u5-gallon barrels. N. J Riverdell Hospital, will found rn Alley* w ill he picked conduct a three-day Sun Coun-up by the City Refuse Division, try Podiatry Seminar at the City ordinance specifies con- University of New Mexico, to-tainera roust not have a capa-'day through Sunday. city larger than 30 gallons,; The post - graduate study mu*t have a lid and be of gal-; course, sponsored by the Ber* vanized metal. Persona having 56-gallon containers must keep them inside their yards and must not use them for garbage. nalillo County Podiatry Soci-j ety, is expected to attract more. than 39 foot specialists from New Mexico and four adjoining; states WEEKEND SPECIAL Drive a New 1961 Car this weekend low* Hertz rate includes insurance, weekend.. • CIA QC ^iday Noon till y llivv Monday AM • FIRST 50 1 t MILES FREE ORIVE A 'el CAR . . 201 Fir** Si. NW Phon* CH 7-1561 . . . 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