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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - June 28, 1955, Albuquerque, New Mexico Today s smile Heer Fark. To. Apr City mar bal Ben j. Rovall peeked the City Emin Cit to buy him a or a Blackjack his id one a worn out Nal Good morning Quot no of new a Hwy Anctot Anna Cen try Arentt award the the new a it a i in Multi have one a to effect. <7pit y volume 304 entered a sawn Elk tuesday morning june 28, 1955 published every morning rages in two sectl0�?zt. 75th Lear number 89 a m., poet office Ender act of Congress 187. A j 07 a Price 7c Public worker unions illegal atty. Gen. Rules 17 Are charged with violations following raids fifteen persons were charged in District court monday in connection with sales of liquor to minors and two others were charged in police court for illegal sunday sales. The charges arose Cut of raids by state county and City officers saturday night and sunday. One plea of guilty was entered Isenhower Dulles hold quiet talk a Carlsbad is whipped by winds rain Carlsbad damage is expected to run from $100,000 to $500,000 Here after Strong winds rain and Hail ripped through several sections of the City monday evening. Forecasts for Carlsbad were for More rain and thundershowers. Reports from police and Sher in District judge Paul Tackette a court. Ten others pleaded inno cent and four failed to appear in police court there was one plea of guilty and one of innocent. Elmer s. Key 19, a Telegram Pher for the Santa be railway in new Laguna pleaded guilty to a charge of allowing himself to be served alcoholic liquor and judge Tackett suspended a $50 Fine and 30-Day jail sentence upon his payment of $50 court costs. Key who was arrested Satur Day night during the raid at the magic bar 1810 Central West said in court head Only been in new Mexico three Days and thought the Legal age for being iffy a department men said most served liquor was 18. Of the old Trees in the town were badly damaged and Many uprooted. They said the winds Tore Down Telephone and Power lines and the rain and Hail dumped on the town flooded Many of the streets. A former Carlsbad Caa official estimated the rain fall in Soma parts of town to be about two inches during the 35 minutes the storm lasted. He said the winds lasted about to minutes innocent pleas entering plea of innocent were Drusilla Martinez 23, of 803 Copper new and Jennie Ellen Hyde 40, of 114 48th so both charged with Selling alcoholic liquor to minors. Maria v. Padilla 22, of 921 Pacific so Luther p. Carter jr., 20, Sandia base Mary Montoya 22, of 1005 Santa few and Luther e. Hyatt 21, Sandia aiding 23 truck limit violations alleged in 2-week period Bangor Maine Tel a president Eisenhower and Secretary of state Didies met Here monday night to have a a couple of hours of quiet talk about International affairs during the two hour flight Back to Washington. They met at the Dow air Force base and boarded the presidents plane Columbine Iii. They took off for Washington at 45 . Edt. The president ended a six Day trip through the three Northern new England states during which he fished played Golf and made a series of Folksy in formal speeches. Before boarding the Columbine at Washington for the flight to Bangor Dulles told newsmen 18 firms Drivers cited arrest files not yet Complete from the journals Santa be Bureau Santa few eighteen truck companies and individual truckers were cited for 23 violations of the new truck weight and size Law within two weeks after higher limits went into effect. Quot overweight has been the violation in All but six cases the new Law a which allows a truck weight limit among the twins and More twins three sets of twins bom at county Indian Hospital during the past week pose prettily for the photographer. Nurse Margaret Neill left superintendent of the maternity Section hold the twin sons of or. And mrs. Benjamin Gonzales Placitas. The boy and girl held by mrs. Lilybell b. Hart Center director of Volunteer services at the Hospital belong to or. And mrs. Blas Griegos of Sandoval. Mrs. Edna Leeman a Volunteer instructor of classes for new mothers holds the twin daughters of or. And mrs. Bartolo Jiron of Isleta. Of he planned to talk with the highest in the nation a to a. aaa Ike in maw Maxi and were followed by driving fab All charged with rain and Hail which lasted for or assisting a minor to procure about 25 minutes. One roof off at least one roof top was ripped off and considerable other damage was caused by flying limbs and debris. However there were no reported injuries by late monday night. Time of the storm was Given As 6 07 when radio station Kave reported that it had lost All its Power. Announcer Bob Fuller Caid practically every television atrial in certain parts of town was Down. Officials at the weather station South of Carlsbad said winds there were recorded at Only 29 . And that they received Only a Trace of rain. They said the storm apparently went through the Center of town. Abe Perilman of Carlsbad said the winds had a twisting effect and that the former Caa Man described it As a being on the Edge of a email streets flooded Perilman said streets in the downtown area were flooded to the curbs or higher in some places. He said the streets were dotted with stalled cars which had tried to Rush through the water filled streets. Phone service in the whole town was disrupted or out for nearly 30 minutes during the storm. City police found it necessary to use Short wave radio going through the state police at times to maintain communication hookups. Gov. John f. Simms administrative assistant Richerd Everett said in Santa be that the governor called Carlsbad to offer mayor Adair Gossett the states assistance if needed. Everett a Aid the governor was told that the situation was Well in hand and that it was doubted if any state assistance would be needed. Aquilante gift opinion is asked from the journals Santa be Bureau Santa few asst. Atty. Gen. Fred standby reported monday that the attorney general a office has been asked for an opinion on whether or not it is Legal for the Albuquerque City commission to give Money to the Aqua Lantes an unofficial group fighting for passage of the upper Colorado River project. Standby said the opinion was asked for by d. M. Smith jr., state comptroller. Smith was supplied with the opinion of Albuquerque City atty. I rank Horan that the appropriation was Legal. Horany a opinion followed Smiths statement that a a a donations would be illegal and that the City would have to retain control Over How the Money is spent. The Albuquerque commission voted to Send $2500 to Aqua Lantes ii help fight for passage of the River Bill in Congress. The project would Supply More water to new Mexico and Albu liquor. Oliver Semi 20, California Wayne a. Lassiter 19, Sandia fab Jim t. Boyd 19, Sandia base and Irene Garcia 18, of 921 Pacific Swall charged with receiving or permitting them i selves to be served with alcoholic liquor. Persons who did not appear were Helen do Anne Woodman 21, and Sylvia d. Killgore 21, both of 301 University be and both charged with aiding or assisting a minor to procure liquor Jane close 19, of 925 Tijeras new charged with receiving or permitting herself to be served liquor and Elva Lee 43, of 343 Isleta so charged with Selling alcoholic liquor to minors. They Are to be arraigned wednesday. Bonds continued judge Tackett continued $500 Bonds on All but Hyatt Carter Boyd and Lassiter who were released to the military. In police court monday James Flanagan 29, Bellhop at Al Fidel hotel pleaded guilty to Selling liquor without a License and on sunday. He was fined $150. I a plea of not guilty to a similar charge was entered by Sant Uel Anaya 62, of 540 Atrisco re. So and a hearing was scheduled for this morning. Anaya was arrested sunday in the Rex Barber shop 117 first new. A third person arrested with Flanagan at the Al Fidel sunday was not arraigned and officials said charges probably will not be lied because of Lack of Evi Dence. Case being studied District attorney John d. Murphy said his office is study ing the Case against eight per sons arrested by sheriffs officers sunday for investigation of sunday liquor sales and sales without a License As Well As various other violations. It was Murphy who ordered out saturday nights Large scale operation against sales to minors he promised that there would be a a repeats As they Are needed. Authorities were joined in their efforts to stamp out liquor Law violations by members of the new Mexico liquor dealers assn., who through their president Frank Padilla congratulated officers for the cleanups last weekend. Padilla noted that a not a single licensed liquor dealer was involved in sunday sales. His statement did no to cover the saturday night arrests for sales to minors. He said a members of the. Association Are As anxious stamp out sunday sales and sales to minors As Are the authorities and to this end we offer our fullest president about the shooting Down of an american Navy patrol plane in the Bering Strait Between Alaska and soviet Siberia and also about foreign policy developments. A the most important a the first item on the Agenda a he said Quot is the shooting Down wednesday of a Neptune plane around Alaska by soviet fliers. Of the russian answer to a Strong american protest an expression of regret and an offer to pay half the damages Dulles commented a they have not offered ail that we consider appropriate under the Dulles emphasized his unscheduled meeting Here with the president involved a no emergency of any the president came Here from Skowhegan where he spoke at the Fairgrounds and attended Maine Clambake at the Home of sen. Margaret Chase Smith r Maine. Traffic injuries claim two lives deaths of two girls one whom fell from a pickup truck have sent new Mexico a Highway toll up to 133 monday. Latest Accident victim a 3 Linda Small 7, of route i Clovis who was fatally injured when a pickup truck driven by her father Louie Small 38, ran Over the girl. State patrolman Charles hawking said the girl fell from the truck which then ran Over her. She was dead upon arrival at a Clovis Hospital he said. The Accident occurred five Miles Northwest of Clovis on a county Road. Earlier the death of a 15 year old Quemado girl in a Springerville ariz., h o Spital was reported to state police. Officers said the victim was june Johnson the Driver of a car which failed to make a curve to Miles North of Quemado on nm-177 june 20. State police said miss Johnson was travelling at a High rate of Speed. The car overturned in a Grove of Trees. Atlas Stock Purchase mum 86,400 lbs in new Mexico a was backed by Tho trucking Industry. The statute went into effect june to. In mid april the state Highway dept sent out copies of the new Law to 800 trucking companies total for which the department has certificates of insurance. The 23 violations by 18 truck operators appear in records not yet Complete for the first two weeks of the new statutes existence. Five ton overload excessive weight listed in the citations for new Mexico operators Range from 10,330 lbs. One Day for Jeffres eaves on a state Road near Hobbs to 900 lbs. For Griffin Bros one at a us-70-285 location. Following is a list of truck operators cited so far Load carried at the time location of citation violation and Date w. A. Troublefield Hagerman carrying cinders travelling us-70, overweight by 3370 lbs., june to j. L. Veiner Roswell cinders us-380, overweight by 4980 lbs., june to refineries Coop assn., Las Cruces gasoline us-70-380, overweight by 2820 lbs., june to Bill Langenegger Hagerman continued on be thro Sandia Union leaders express settlement Hope migs shoot Down nationalist Trainer new York Rny Atlas corp. Has agreed to buy $1,254,375 of the Treasury Stock of North australian uranium corp. The Purchase will make Atlas corp. The largest stockholder of the australian company with 30 per cent at the outstanding Stock. Have journal saved while on vacation Yon wont miss a thing while you ire on vacation of you use the journals vacation Pac. Call the circulation department 3-6661 or see your Carrier boy and have to i r newspapers saved at Only the regular Price and delivered on your return in a Handy plastic bag. Duster hits City /4s Clouds spread thunderstorm activity or Southeastern new Mexico spread northward into the Rio Grande Valley monday afternoon and gave Albuquerque a Brief but violent dust storm. More scattered thunderstorms and continued hot weather Are forecast today Over the state. Albuquerque a mid afternoon windstorm which lasted Only an hour or so reached Peak velocity of 48 Miles per hour. It whipped up thick Clouds of dust cutting visibility at the Airport to one mile. A thunderstorm spilled .16-Inch of moisture at Carlsbad in what the weather Bureau termed a the first worthwhile Shower to be reported in new Mexico in almost a Roswell was tile Only other place dampened monday but received a scant .03. Temperatures continued High with afternoon maximums ranging from 85 at Las vegas to 102 at Carlsbad. Albuquerque a High was 92, Down three degrees from sunday. Traffic toll so far this year 133 last year at this Date 167 had died on new Mexico highways leaders of the two major unions involved in the Sandia labor dispute expressed Hope but not optimism for a speedy settlement on the eve of resumption of negotiations with management. Contract talks Between the Metal trades Council and the office workers International Union and Sandia corp. Will re sume at 1 30 p. In. Today at san Dia base. Henry Welch a Metal trades Leader said monday night a we Are hopeful for a speedy and equitable settlement but we Are not optimistic one will be spokesmen for the office workers expressed identical sentiments. Nine Day strike basis for negotiation of the dispute which erupted in a nine a strike last april idling some 2600 workers Are 19 recommendations made by atomic Energy labor manage ment relations panel. Two of these recommendations Welch reiterated May provide barriers to an easy solution of the dispute. They Are the matters of arbitration and seniority. Hie panel whose recon emendations Are not binding on either unions or the company has suggested full a open end arbitration on the great major Ity of issues including the movement of personnel. Welch reemphasized his Union will insist this recommendation be put into effect but he foresees opposition from the corporation which he claims has a always demanded limited a the Issue of movement of personnel is especially vital to the spokesman continued a we feel we deserve the right to Grieve and arbitrate any promotion demotion or Transfer unfairly brought another key Issue according to Welch is seniority. The unions Are solidly backing a panel recommendation that seniority should continue to accumulate during authorized leaves of absence or periods of Layoff. The corporation has steadily opposed this in the past Welch says. Backing panel Welch claims some Union members have been either fired or demoted by the Western electric subsidiary for Cessar ily taking More than their 30 Days allowable sick leave be cause of illness. A turn is some thing we want to rectify a he stressed. Another seniority Issue involves the displacement of employees. The Union in backing a panel recommendation that employees be displaced in reverse Taipei Formosa apr communist migs Jet fight ers shot Down a nationalist Jet Trainer sunday and at tacked an unarmed amphibious commercial plane in an abrupt flare up of warfare Over the Formosa Strait. Chinese nationalist air Force Headquarters said inter in on Cepter intercom conversations Between the migs indicated the to Lim pilots were russians. The air iwo j cd tolls ul6 Force asserted also that fluent,1 1 a a russian was overheard in the i a m j ii 8round 10 the As Tornado hits a the chinese communist air Scottsbluff neb. Up killed and Pinion is issued to finance Man at state Hospital Secretary of Union threatens to fight ruling in the court from the journal Santa be Bureau Santa few Public employees in new Mexico cannot organize into labor unions and such unions cannot be recognized an attorney general a opinion said monday. Of the opinion John Mckean Secretary treasurer of the Amer ican federation of state county a municipal employees Union in i Albuquerque said a we will fight it in he termed it a simply ridiculous a if the opinion Means Union affiliation by Public employees a is forbidden Quot the opinion was written in response to a request from Dick Valdez finance director of the state Hospital at Las vegas. Valdez asked whether or not the hospitals employees can organize themselves into a labor order of seniority. A previously Wells says a the company has done As it pleased with inequitable Force is controlled by the russians a the air Force asserted. The defense ministry assailed the incident As a unprovoked attacks by communist jets on unarmed chinese aircraft Over International it said the Pilot was killed in the crash of his flaming Jet when it plunged into the sea North of the Mats us. The other Trainer escaped. Returns to Taipei the ministry reported a two engine by Catalina owned by the Foshing airlines a attacked by two migs about 12 30 >._tp.m. While bound for Matsu. Aboard were four chinese Crew members and 1st la. John j. Goodrich 26, Rayne la., medical corps members of the u. 3. Military assistance advisory group Maag. Newsmen were not permitted to talk with Goodrich several hours after the incident but the airlines reported he was in route to Matsu to examine some seriously ill nationalist soldiers. The attack occurred off Tung Chuan East White dog Island la Miles South of Matsu and about 14 Miles off the Mainland. The Pilot Chen Kuo min 43, who once resided in Hartford conn., said the red starred jets made four firing passes hitting the Catalina on the first one. The Pilot landed near the is land checked the plane waited for dark and returned to Taipei a Pinehill Airport sunday night. He said none aboard was Hurt contrary to earlier reports by the airline that the american officer was wounded slightly. The Catalina took Bullet holes in the left Wing and float and spar was damaged. Done to Tell asked by newsmen for details about the american officer aboard the plane Chen was admonished by a nationalist Security officer a a done to nationalist air Force head quarters reported that four communist migs attacked the two trainers during a routine training Mission North of the Mats us. Mondays incidents were regarded As significant. The ministry said it marked the first time red migs had flown so far South and directly Over the Matsu Island outpost some too Miles Northwest of Formosa and it was the first time the communists had challenged the almost routine flights to the Matsu. Two persons were a third believed killed when Tornado slashed ii Way through the Hillerege housing develop ment Northeast of Here late monday. The dead were identified As mrs. V. I. Daniels and Jim Karubos. The National guard reported a third fatality but had no name the Tornado whipped into the area at a time when residents were wondering if the flooding upper North Platte River might Wash them out of their Homes. The River was on its worst rampage in 25 years. Scottsbluff hospitals were crowded with injured from the housing development. Estimates of the number Hurt ranged up to 75. An Alert sent out by the weather Bureau Here in mid afternoon was believed to have led Many persons to leave their Homes to seek storm shelters thus cutting Down the toll when the twister rammed into the Hillerege development in late afternoon. Some 20 houses were reported smashed in the Hillerege Sec Tion while out in the farm lands an additional eight were re ported flattened by the swirling funnel Cloud which had Force enough to Roll automobile up into twisted heaps of scrap Metal. Youth injured in gang fights the opinion written by asst atty. Gen. Paul l. Billhymer states that without specific legislation a it is extremely doubtful that such labor Union could be organized at the new Mexico insane asylums since it la an institution belonging to tha state. A the court take the View that Public employees owe an undivided allegiance to the pub. Lie employer and that continued operation of Public employment is indispensable in the Public interest Quot the opinion continues. One strike right a in View of this a the opinion says a Public employees Are certainly not entitled to the right to strike or to bargain collectively concerning the matter of their employment. A the right to organize the Public employees should be a matter of consideration for the legislature and since the new Mexico legislature has not seen fit to Grant this right it is our opinion under the present state Law that such right of organization is not available to Public employees. A particularly a the opinion adds a such organization could not be recognized by the state of new asst. Atty. Gen. Fred Stanley said that the opinion applies to City and county employees As Well As state. Contacts made Arthur Lopez head of the so Meu in Albuquerque end Daniel j. Scannell International representative of so Meu from Lew Angeles were at tha Las vegas Hospital talking with employees last week said Valdez. The finance director said it was his understanding that some of the Hospital employees already have joined the Union. Mckeon said s c m e u has members among state employees at Las vegas. Mckeon interpreted the opinion As an attempt to hinder the expansion of the Union in new Mexico. He said the move is politically motivated and that the opinion will not cause the re new mexicans buy Federal pinball Stamps but they Are retroactive to bus hearing set Public hearing on proposed changes by Albuquerque bus co will be at 1 30 p. In. Wednesday in the City commission meeting room at City Hall. Among other things the transportation Corn seeking permission Guerque. Disbursement of the Pany is seeking permission to Money is being awaited the Start. A zone system of Farea opinion due in few Days. Charging More for Long or rides streets name in confusion by the associated press government records in Albuquerque show that two new mexicans were issued Federal Stamps for the operation of Coin operating gaming devices during the past week. But done to get the idea that anyone in the state is trying to emulate Las vegas Nev. The records showed that Kenneth l. Smith owner of the Smith Cigar store in Gallup was issued Stamps for the fiscal years 19521953 and 1953-1954. When asked Why he had purchased the Stamps tor those years Smith replied Quot they re for a pinball machine i used to have Here. A fellow ran up a Bunch of free games one night and wanted to leave. My bartender paid him off for the Smith was asked a you mean the government found out about that a he replied a hell yes they find out about everything done to they they sent me a notice they intended to take action. I was going to fight it but decided it would be easier to buy the the other stamp buyer was Joe Miera owner of the club 87 cocktail lounge in Clayton. Miera purchased his stamp for the current fiscal year which ends june 30. Miera said he had a pinball machine in his place which gave the player a free Beer if he got a High enough score. A someone must have complained that it was illegal. Anyway i got notice i would have to buy a stamp Quot Miera said. A there Are several More in town that do the same but As far As i know in a the Only one who has had to buy a stamp. Matter of fact there Are places All Over the state that do it a he said. Gome residents in the Southeast part of Albuquerque Are curious As to just where they live. It seems that there a sign on the curb which says Simms court. But at the Post office the Street is listed As Avenue. And last week traffic engineers installed a sign on the Corner which read Anderson Plse. Now there Are apparently two Andersons one a Block North of the other. A woman who lives on Simms or is it Anderson says the situation is very confusing a especially when you have friends coming in from out of town and try to Tell them where you live a a police were flooded with ports of roving juvenile gang fights late monday night and Early today in the Northeast height area of Albuquerque. One resident reported that a teen aged youth a bleeding badly from a slash on his face chased a smaller boy through his House As he was sitting watching television. The older boy was later taken to county Indian Hospital for treatment. The first report of the fights came to officers from Donald Hogge 2630 Morningside be who reported that he and a Friend were startled when the front door burst open and a a 1 it Broilo Wehby amp commissioners also award through toe House followed by i Contr go s to sever4l other Low a youth Abou. 17. Bidders whose bids were opened the contracts went Hunter Hayes elevator co., an elevator at i the Hospital motor co., for a station Wagon to be used by the juvenile detention Home $1914 Rio Grande steel co removal of 900 feet of Fence and erection of about Hoo feet at the detention Home $5439.96. Contin and in Rte new county to build Hospital shelter county commissioners monday awarded contract for erection of a shelter at the county Indian Hospital bus Stop to Styron co., chairman Fred Mackey reported. The Styron bid of $1454, was the lowest of six received and opened at mondays special commission meeting he said. La Structure will shelter persons waiting for a bus at the hopi later witnesses said that a. Fight apparently started outside Tot Eek the Chicken Coop drive in 2905 0 me Unica construction of Menaul be involving about to Hospital $25,300 Frontier boys entering around a car containing some girls. The witnesses said that the Small boy a a identified As Herman Tower. 12908 Morningside new tried to Juke Down the License number of the car involved and was Simms chased by the older boys. The witnesses said that the youths were using empty Beer he weather cans crushed As weapons in the Utzie i e Battle. Other Calls came to the police later of fighting in the 2800 Block of Morningside the 280q Block on Bel Aire be and in Vicinity Gen. A rally fair today Sod Wydh Wiy pained by barfly afternoon and inv Chan in temperature Low tonight 12 Valley to acc of Artal Durms evening us h so today Mies Airport. A. New Mexico generally fair Jehu j the 2900 Block on Grapeland in ass a a a a a officers said that the youths 1 forms. Thu Rule is Ornis Tore Man i would apparently drive for a while push one another off the Street and then alight from their cars for further fights. Der Torras. Ens with weeny Beery East portion end to them mount Tine this afternoon end Shower. Moth Little Chance int Ewers t Are hot i today 85-w North. St-100 South. Low Lojo not Sweet so to elsewhere a. A a i. Up a. Al it. Pfc in a Al Jit

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