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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Albuquerque, New Mexico Today a smile Terre a Alp a trip of Ament in a a Rook nmn try a m in ukr Grin Khrol Pohr Irrl ird a Ottom mid a not Thor hid a we 11 a Montio Ink in of. Off a in Rren turd Kimra my Kern Hync a a Renil a a Ltd a i rain. Rnai Good morning a pm thin we t in by the vhf it to a a of tool hint mini in Witt to tim try. 811 year a morn it warn brr to a wean us to at he it Alan Kiwi it std clonal mailing Duffir. Monday morning january 23, 1961 pub ohm <111, and sunday at toi Silvat a w a lbs i n. M 40� it Feiy copyright i by journal up Hutira in a. 20 Page in two sections or Price 7c nine Navy men killed in crash of radar plane Honolulu up a a Navy radar plane carrying Nien on a flight along Tho Pacific air defense Barrier crashed and burned on Landing at Midway Island sunday leaving nine servicemen dead. A Tho toll included six dead from the plane Crew and thre ground Crew personnel i misting and presumed dead. J the Navy said 16 other crewmen aboard the plane escaped unhurt or with minor injuries. There was no indication whether other ground crewmen were involved. A the plane a 70-ton four engine Constellation especially equipped with radar gear. Crashed on Landing after completing an 11-hour Mission patrolling the electronic defense system Between Midway and the Aleutian islands plane swerved a Navy spokesman said the plane swerved on Landing and j swept through the duty crash Crew just off the runway. I tile spokesman said the plane crashed into a fire truck and its fuselage. The huge plane then caught fire. The spokesman said the executive held suspense grows in embezzlement Sheldon Iowa up a the arraignment of a deposed Cor caution executive sunday added further suspense to the thy lately of a $2-rm Ilion embezzlement involving a Bank pres menus daughter. Harold Kistner or. 14, ousted president of then Rothera Bio chemical corp., was arraigned at Sioux City Iowa and was remanded to jail in lieu of $20,-l too Bond. He did not enter an immediate plea. Katner was charged with1 a iding and abetting mrs. Burp Ane Over on i Bidi Nice Geiger 58. Assistant Cash when the ply and Ier of the Sheldon National a Lorn a con5umrd by i Bank headed by her father Vav plane took off saturday p Iverson who has been held ind was returning for its com in the same Woodbury county a eld a Ision when 11 crashed jail at Sioux City since last for to a a Dent monday. It we the first fatal Accident meets with Board Quot fan in Barrier plane since meanwhile a spokesman said fhe a inaugurated in Elliott Roosevelt financial and Lui it 1958 i a 29 a Viaer to Northern biochemical Crew of 23 shaped injury would return Here from Wash Wheir their plp�?T8 Landing in ton today to met witty a8 crumpled and it made a the Board of directors and a Dis la and a at Midway cuss the company s position the service had flown 27, 000,000 without a fatality be the spokesman said that for sunday s crash. After meeting with the boart names of the dead and miss Roosevelt would Addre. A in were withheld pending meeting of the entire 126-Man notification of their next of work Force of the financially Kin _ stricken company in which the plan had it Barbers mrs Geiger was the largest Point naval air station in stockholder Hawaii Jan. 16 for a routine but Hugo Buerger Iii. A soup of Dut it a at Midway. Roosevelt associate declined to survivors listed reveal Why Roosevelt arranged following Are the survivors for a late afternoon meeting to. Cmdr. John we a Wood. With company employees in the Onobu Hawaii la cmdr. Ray basement of St. Patrick s i Triplett Oahu j. W. Arden roman Catholic Church a Ahu Ena James Kennedy bearing scheduled Oahu ens. R. C. Vie Oahu a preliminary hearing was fans Leroy a. Timm Oahu aet for next wednesday for machinists mate i c. G. W. Kistner w Hen he was unable a a an Oahu chief aviation to make Bond. The Bond $15, machinists mate h. B. Hopper. Too More than the Bond of mrs i Oab i. Geiger was set by u. S. Com also electronics technician missioner Walford Forker and 2-c. L. F. A i Ach Manahawkin Drew a vigorous protest frown 3- aviation electronics Frank Margolin Kistner sat technician airman Roger Hal a Torrey. Orson Oahu air Contro Manj Kistner a wife expressed c. O. K. Thomas Oahu air Kennedy meets top aides gets russian report president Abo appoints group to study ethics Washington it a president Kennedy met1 with top foreign policy ad-1 vipers sunday and received strike t gumen forces shutdown on n. Y. Central a writ remit in a Vii get flu up a the new \ Ork Central pail Road announced sunday night . Jct ? strike by 660 tugboat men in sew York has forced a virtual shutdown of All Premier Nikita s. Kab Rush cd tvs stalk with the u. S. Ambassador in Moscow. Kennedy also chose a Ber of new sub Cabinet officials including an under seer tary of the Navy who used to freight and passenger operations on its entire 12,000-mile system. The announcement came shortly after the two Dav old Kennedy to on sent i Abor. Adm Nistra Secretary Arthur Goldberg Here to join emergency around the clock negotiations aimed at settling the transportation crisis. The line declared an immediate embargo on All freight on its line running from Chicago and get. Louis East to new York and Boston Only Token passenger of c a a. A aeration were maintained see Mcmurray out of line it boat Squadron. The under Secretary to be is Paul Fay jr., a san Francisco businessman and a republican.1 Fay stopped by at the White House briefly during a butyl round of Kennedy activities. In another action Kennedy appointed a special three Man panel to study the problems of ethics in government and con filet of interest. Report March 15 this group headed by Cal Vert Magrudor former chief judge of the first u. S. Circuit Unm professors term a administration wrong in Case of or. Russell How Good is the University of new Mexico and How Rood a Job has Tom Popejoy done a president Quot to obtain answers to these and other questions the journal assigned a reporter to visit the Campus. Here is the second of her articles. The poet and the president standing beneath a portrait of John Quincy Adams president John f. Kennedy and poet Robert Frost visit in the Green room of the White House sunday. Frost read a poem during Kennedy a inauguration ceremonies Friday. Up telephoto by Frankie Mccarty n a few area West of Buffalo and Tho a were expelled to he halted within 48 hours. The cent Rah second largest jul s. Railroad in terms of traffic volume already has been severely crippled by shut towns of a Enger service re a suiting from train Crew refusals to Cross tugboat men s picket lines. Freight Cut off the line said its freight embargo was effective immediately. All trains in Progress will Loyal forces retake strategic Laos Airport court of appeals is to report it finding to Kennedy by. March 15. J in the it no Erest of a free Exchange of ideas a i think every Complete their runs an official the new presidents foreign Rouege Capua can a off it pm perhaps even on courage a few mid it but effective Sunda policy session with Secretary Dow a prs 01 eccentrics. Said one University of new Mexico. A ,., of state Dean Rusk and in. Professor a a hts no a re ship Der Secretary Chester Bowles for a reason i feel the administration was wrong in mint will accepted was his first major White trying t0 it orce Josiah Russell House get together on state department problems and strategy on How to Deal with global troubles ranging from Cuba and Laos to dealing with thru i to retire. The administration should have waited him out. ,. No matter How much of a Thorn he was. A but once the matter was settled and or. Russell had been returned to the faculty Sychev. Rusk end Bowles plus Spe Vientiane. Laos up a laotian government forces Elal presidential assistant Ralph were reported sunday to have re allured the strategic air Dungan sat in on the White or it Howard Mcmurt port Village of tha Thom. U Miles Northeast of Vientiane House luncheon session which Ray was Way out of line to from pro com must rebel troop. Lasted about 2 hours. Blast the pro Western army Garrison had withdrawn from tha presidential press Secretary this feeling expressed by a Pierre Salinger said the meet faculty member who describing dealt with matters affected himself As belonging to no ing organization of the state de faction a with no political ties Thom Friday night under attacks from rebels who crossed the mountains from the North West. But Airport sources said Sun Day that Light army planes again were Landing on the 430 Yard Long Grays Airstrip Thorn and the Village itself was apparently Back in govern ment hands. Responsibilities of educating a a a a indians stressed apartment and policy. A initial report land no particular was reiterated in loyalties a interviews he said Rusk has reported with a number of professors approximately 500 to Kennedy on what was de i scr hoi As Quot an initial report filed by ambassador Llewellyn persons Thompson on Thompsons two it on the Campus of the univer sity of new Mexico. The Russell Case goes briefly like this the laotian opening who Nahyr private talk Friday sunday claimed they had shot of the conference on Navajo hours later Kennedy i1100 and of president Tom Josiah Russell Popejoy was voted a i Volun in a Down the second of four old t-6 education heard three speakers Trainer planes supplied by la stress responsibilities in Edu United states to the laotian army forces. A communist a voice of Laos broadcast quoted by the Cating Indian children. Sent Khrushchev a message voicing readiness to cooperate with All who genuinely seek regents. A by the Unm District court suit the speakers at the sunday peace. The Kennedy message evening session held at the was in reply to a Cable of con resulted in or. Russells rein a statement. At this Point or Mcmurray who spoke up for impinge Chi albumen. Indian school Grum latin rom Khrushchev. Kyu so. Or two Agency said the plane was shot Dunn uni. Were Dillion Watro. Kennedy conferred with amazement at her husbands arrest. However she said she control Man 3.c. R. W. Tarpley Kirkland Wash. Air control Felt certain that a events would mar 2.c. C. W. Shoemaker prove Harold innocent of Oahu air control Man m. R. Clark Amarillo Tex. D. A Kistner was fired As Cor Spencer Bucoda Wash., and rotation president on Friday air control Man g. L. Ray by the Board of directors. His Burn Como miss. Ouster came a Little More than a a a a 24 hours after it was Lea medi if i he had pleaded guilty in 1958 Elf inc Lye sulcs to the unauthorized sales of securities in Nebraska. The Board gave no reason for his ouster. In Texas i die had been collecting Money for Down last wednesday a Day a Yak a to it Quot �?oi1 tue in amp a Aner the Sun told the press he after pro communists claimed 5� so ution he had attended Church serv thought Popejoy was going to have downed another of the a l a Cess first As president a d0wnhiu&Quot or he never would american made fighters that.? a have tried to remove Russell had been blasting rebel forces vol Stead d in College Salinger declined to say any said a yes Quot men receive Sal with rocket fire. Education at the University thing about the Thompson re rods claim victories it of new Mexico. Port. Nor would he give and another laotian rebel a poor Tummy to share and details on what foreign Polk broadcast quoted by the Chi learn rom each other is one problems were discussed. Ness communist agency0 functions of the nominations listed claimed that pro communist icon Ronce Platero said. Sub Cabinet nominations an Patchet lao forces in Laos had 7hrouh your individual sub Cabinet nominations an a wiped out a or captured 45001a collective efforts Navajo troops of the pro Western lao i students succeed or Cuba forces kill two a terrorists a Central spokesman said that meant that railroads connecting with the Central will refuse to accept shipments Al their Point of origin thus giving the strike an Impact fell across the nation. L. M. Riley general transportation superintendent of the Central system announced the freight embargo. A spokesman said it was necessary because there were not enough Crews to Man the lines freight trains which normally move an average of about 150 million tons of freight a year idles 12,000 the shutdown idles 12.000 railway employees but a Central spokesman said they were not being Laid off because they were being prevented from reporting for work by picket i lines. J Goldberg whose first act As Secretary saturday was to Volunteer his services in the i strike crisis flew Here and went j immediately into a meeting with Republican gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller democratic mayor Robert f. Wagner and parties i to the dispute. I a i came to do everything i lean a Goldberg said. A this is a Havana up a the Fidel Castro government sunday reported two a a terrorists were. Killed in the rugged Scambray er0uf strip and should be mountains confirming reports m it e pull a interest Milwaukee Man Dies second Rune Milwaukee up a Leo Happel 78, died sunday for the second time. A doctor said Happel was a pulse less breathless cold and without any heart sounds when he was pronounced dead at county emergency Hospital Friday night. But when Happel s body was uncovered by attendants at the county morgue movement was noted in his Throat and Chest and he was rushed Back to the Hospital. He was late moved to county general Hospital where he was listed in critical condition. He died at 6 a m. Sunday without regaining consciousness. Happel was found on the floor of his room Friday night by a police officer who broke in at the request of Happell a brother. Happel had been operated on for cancer of the Throat and he breathed through a tube inserted in a Hole in his Throat. A doctor theorized that the tube or the Hole in his Throat became blocked cutting off happens Supply of oxygen. Raton paper honoured by associated press the Raton daily Range was honoured at the new Mexico press Assn. Convention which ended saturday with a Community service citation. The Raton newspaper joined the two Albuquerque dailies in being recognized for the outstanding roles they play in serving their communities. Houston Tex. Or a twin engined cargo plane exploded and crashed in a Rice Paddy sunday and two san Antonio Tex., men died in the fiery crack up. Several witnesses thought a third Man parachuted but owners of the Craft said there were Only two aboard. The plane belonged to to Gair a division of Capitol airways at san Antonio and was in route to Brookley Field at Mobile. Ala. Log air holds a contract to carry freight for the air Materiel command. Killed As the burning c-4fi plane lost a Wing and dived straight to Earth 20 Miles West of Houston were Archie Albert Shoup jr., 40, and Benjamin Oliver Nixon 39. Shoup was believed to have been the Pilot and Nixon the co Pilot. Wreckage was strewn Over a Circle about 600 feet in diameter on the Rice farm of j. D. Woods near the Brookshire Community. State Highway patrolman d. W. Duggan saw the plane crash. A it was burning about amid ship a he said. A i watched it for two or three minutes and then the left Wing fell off. A there was a big explosion and it Albuquerque weather Albi Qiu Kuqi k and Vicinity fair with High cloudiness at times today and tuesday. Little temperature change High today to Iowa tonight in Valley to 24 Airport. Northern new Mexico fair today partly Cloudy and locally a Little cooler tuesday. Highs today co 55 West 50-53 East lows tonight 10-25. Southern new Mexico variable High cloudiness with Little temperature change today and tuesday. High today 55-85 Lowe tonight near to at higher Elevation. 20-30 elsewhere. Additional we Jim Page a-12 bounced include a Fay 42, a Stanford uni Trumps it Ute Pru a Cavern lao .7,�?T la Vovk varsity graduate who Costian government during the Are uie by Neopit in Navajo d. Or it tar Tornado by Oast five months education a he commented. It a 00 0 a to or torpedo boat see saw balding had been in the first contract which As do Kennedy. He is now exam the saw Dauling Naa Deenon. Indian children dec Tulve vice president of a Progress several Days for tha into not jew Mexico pubic school heavy construction firm. Mcmurray was later rebuked Edgemont by the general faculty which operation my presence Here reflects a out the sizeable guerrilla forces spirit 0l operation to work opposing his regime. I a a a the a Vand state in the first a knowl l a a a Clas Ryin 10 5etue the a Ary raises and stated that the of a major Castro Effort to wipe Quot War for academic Freedom continues at the University. Faculty rebukes Mcmurray Thorn situated strategically Halfway Between the governments staging area at Pak out min cd on a-3 sane and the rebel Supply base landslide for Kennedy on Ute of Jam in Xieng Hickman Price jr., Detroit termed his statements a Tirres Spon sible Quot and went on record that the Tenor of academic Freedom at the University is excellent. The votes by secret ballot were overwhelmingly against Mcmurray. A a in be never considered my As an assistant Secretary of a is Many a sad another nomm Nunn pre no in hop Koon professor. I la Phouang province. Government forces last week had captured another Airstrip at Vang Vieng Halfway Between Vientiane and the Royal capital of Luang Rabang. But american civilian pilots flying supplies to government forces were reported saturday to i House Washington up a the new chairman of the democratic party. John m. Bailey is confident president Kennedy will be re elected in 1964 by More votes than any Man who has Ever run for the White have refused to make further landings on the dangerous grass covered Airfield. Action promised in Luang Rabang laotian army commander maj. Gen. Bounleuth san Chan said he expected his forces to drive pro communist troops out of the Road Junction at Sala Pou Kyoun South of the Royal capital within a few Days. Bounleuth confirmed that pro communist rebels had captured Sala Pou Kyoun and said his troops had mate an orderly withdrawal to a Point about 25 Miles North of the town. The general predicted that irs forces with the Aid of a task Force driving northward up the Vientiane Luang Rabang Highway would retake the Road Junction town in a pincers operation. Many a body found Gallup or a the body of a Navajo b. Yazzie 33, of Pine Dale was found sunday morning in Gamerco. Yazzie had been missing from his Home for three weeks. Police said his death has been attributed to exposure. Identification was made by Yazzie smother a sister and Uncle. Bailey a 56-year-old Connecticut attorney says his main Job is a to strengthen and rebuild our party within the framework of this new Frontier a in a speech accepting appointment to the Post Bailey promised to revitalize the party a executive committee. He said members should be Given distinct responsibilities for carrying out assignments their regions. Commerce. Price. 49, has been director of the Mercedes Benz co. Of Brazil at Sao Paulo. A Rowland Burnstan of Chicago As an assistant Secretary of Commerce. Burnstan 59, is president of Borg Warner International corp. Of Chicago. Besides Magruder the study group on government ethics will include prof. Bael is Man professor. A i have been extremely outspoken on several subjects and in be never been told to shut up. I supported or. Mcmurray in his attempts to raise Money for or. Russell i thought that was a Fine thing. And i get salary there Are others who feel Mcmurray is not alone that that a military was underway a talked with president against rebels in Central Cuba a a dlr Cam he a a it a the government radio reported Kennedy. He said he two insurgents slain in a clash a Aii Ltd y with saturday night. The president just before he As in the Days of the regime new Cre and at presi Quot of dictator Fulgencio Batista. Dent expressed a a concerns Over no mention was made of any e str a Raer that has casualties on the government crippled the metro Side Politan new York area. Premier Castro himself an Secretary a 3 former announced Friday night that the Cio general counsel said his end of the a Yankee invasion i Partl Cipa 5n in nek0ta scare which put Cuba on war1 is was St Busi footing had Given him the of ? a nce to ass Orn Importunity of concentrate on the never had a Chance to put a counter revolutionaries in the Thrun. Desk he a my sex Quot i in a Inott n mountains. Said. A i m Here in new York at the invitation of governor Rockefeller. I Hope to get a forthrightness is not regarded Quot a 4000_�?�heavii7armed in 11131 win by talk t0 a virtue when it is directed no were l h i gins 3l> a do. The to Maui began Jan. A reports from the Scambray area of Las Villas province 4000 heavily armed in Ning of Yale Law school and. Jefferson Fordham Dean of the a7ami to. A a a a determined assault of 30,000. T. University of Pennsylvania they hot that a re a a a do a a a Castro militiamen. I j a a ,a831ns,t 11 �1 Law school. Get pay raises to Rte degree Holvy bombard toads by 660 tugboat crewmen ethical standards in ordering the study the White House said Kennedy asked that it include a a thorough examination of present ethical standards and regulations in All the agencies of the Federal government giving special attention to the Ade in Quacy of present Laws governing conflict of interests. A that More silent colleagues do. A Ewe said ,0 have is this True the evidence is ceded the Milus Dave. Disarmament plan ending possibility of wars urged not conclusive. Salary below average or. Russell for example received a $500 raise in 1958-59, the year before he was informed he would be retired at age 60. The same year a col t in inti Ltd on a to Moscow if a Mikhail sus love a top soviet theorist sunday night called for a program of Universal disarmament which a would abolish the very possibility of waging he made his Call in a report to the soviet communist party scentral committee on the outcome of last november a Moscow meeting of world communist leaders. Suslova a statement As quoted by the soviet Tass Agency touched on Many known soviet positions. It carried the usual attack on a imperialist aggression but notably a in president Kennedy a first week in the White House a avoided any direct accusations against the United states. Suslov Secretary of the Central committee declared a As the red Summit conference did a that War is not fatally inevitable. A although the nature of imperialism has not changed mighty forces have now emerged capable of foiling its aggressive plans a he said. % fair weather seen for a areas of . Cloudiness diminished and temperatures advanced 15 to 24 degrees in Southern new Mexico sunday while Clear skies and slightly warmer temperatures prevailed in the Northern and Central portions of the state. Afternoon temperatures ranged from 35 at Farmington to 69 at Roswell. Readings of 67 were recorded at Tucumcari Glenwood Carlsbad and Hobbs lows ranged from 4 at Taos to 35 at Alamogordo. Albuquerque had a High of 53 and a morning Low of 17. Generally fair skies with Little temperature change Are in sight for All sections of the state today. Auto crash injuries fatal to Mexico Man Deming up a a Mexico Man died of injuries suffered in a one car Accident 12 Miles West of Here on us-70-80 sunday. State police said Antonio Villegas Loya 36, of la Paz Quot state traffic deaths 1961 to Date 13 in Jan. 13 1960 to Date 26 Alt Jan. 34 Chihuahua Mexico died at Mimbres Hospital Here shortly after the Accident. He was a passenger in a car driven by Antonio g. Rendon 29, of Las Cruces state police said. Rendon and another passenger Elias Sosa 22, of Berino suffered minor injuries. The car went out of control left the Highway for More than 700 feet and overturned state police reported. Began Jan 9, halting the movement of Railroad barges that a. U i j distribute fruit vegetables and Castro was believed using a a a. ,. la rough the metropolitan Many vet ram of hts of Quot Are. With it 16 Minim Populu Mountain War against balata ,i0�?z a a als0 has cancel Ltd j in the drive to wipe out rebel u i a r service across the Hudson River so Between new York and new Jersey. Other Railroad workers respected the tugboat menus picket lines forcing a shutdown of the entire new York Central system East of Buffalo and a Large segment of the new Haven Railroad. More than 100,000 daily commuters were affected by the shutdowns. Goldberg moved into the dispute As the threat of additional Harbor tie ups was eased. The new threat had been posed by 3500 members of the National maritime Union s tugboat division who operate tugs that haul fuel Oil and Shepherd ships through the Harbor. But Emu members voted overwhelmingly at a mass meeting sunday afternoon against a strike on Jan. 31, the expiration Date of their present contract. Contract talks immediately were reopened with another strike threatened if they fail

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