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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Albuquerque Tribune local forecast fair through tomorrow with afternoon cloudiness and breezes. Wanner tomorrow. B pc Kofl a Howardj u.8. Pm. On. Vol. 43, no. 54 second class postage flirt it Albuquerque . Albuquerque new Mexico saturday june 5, 1965 20 pages in two sections Home edition Price seven cents 30c weekly we have the beauties two girls from new Mexico were runners up in the miss . Con test at Miami Beach Fla. Last night. They were miss Jane Nelson 21, of Tularosa who represented Ari Zona and miss Judy Baldwin 18, of Clovis miss new Mexico. Left to right Are miss Nelson first runner up Diana Batts 19, of Washington miss District of co Lumbia fourth runner up miss ., miss sue Downing 20, of Ohio miss Baldwin second runner up and Julie Andrus 18, miss Kentucky and third runner up. Miss Nelson won the Arizona title As a student at Arizona state at Phoenix. Miss Baldwin is a student at Denver University. Up when it reigns it pours with state Beauty Queens Tularosa june 5 w discussing Jane Nelson can be confusing. She s a dark Brown haired Green eyed Young lady with lots of personality whose father is assistant superintendent of schools Here. That part is easy. She s also miss new mexi co at least until july and she s just beginning her reign As miss Arizona. She s a member of that Lovely group near the top of miss Ameri a s court and she s now a stand in for miss u. S. A. On her Way Inlo this Maze she and another girl survived nationwide elimination among More than girls to become the two at-1 a r g e entries in the 1963 miss teen age America pageant and woman 78, canes would be intruder a 78-year-old woman squared off with a would be intruder Early today whacked him soundly with her Cane and thereby changed his mind about entering her House. Standing her ground with the prowler police said was mrs. E. H. Smothers of 405 Columbia be weather can t Stey Calm a totally Calm Day does t seem to be in the weather Man s bag of weather. Breezes were predicted again today for late afternoon and to 18 mph. Only a Little afternoon Cloud iness was scheduled to mar an otherwise fair forecast through tomorrow. Tomorrow s predicted High of 83 will beat out today s predicted High of 76, which in turn was higher than yesterday s 75. Lows tonight should be 45 in the Valley and 48 at the Sun port compared with 51 at both places Early today. Humidity at 9 . Was 37 per cent. Normal mean for this Date is 72. High was 96 in 1946 Low was 45 in 1950. Sunrise will at Sunset at River stage was 5.99 at old town Bridge. Carlsbad and Hobbs recorded slate maximums yesterday with or. Zuni dropped to state Low of 39. Baseball scores National league new York 0, Pittsburgh 7 Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2 Houston 1, St. Louis 1 los Angeles 0, Milwaukee 4 san Francisco no Cincinnati american league Chicago 2, new York 1 5110. Hallimore no los Angeles starts Hoston no Kansas City twi Washington no Minnesota ppd., Detroit at Cleveland she said the Man f isl knocked on the door. She turned on the porch Light to see who was there. He unscrewed the Light bulb she said rammed his fist through a Glass pane in the door and started to enter. Thai s when she put her Cane to use. He fled leaving blood where he had Cut his hand on the Glass police said. Police got there quickly and found a Man in a car in a near by Alley. Police said his hand was bleeding and the car was not his. They jailed the Man for investigation of Viilo burglary criminal trespassing and dam aging private properly. Police said undaunted mrs. Smothers assured them she had planned to Cane the Man fur ther if he had t fled when he did. Lest at Miami Beach Fla. If miss Ohio should be unable to carry out her responsibilities As miss u. S. A., m i s s Nelson is to be standing by to Lake her place. The Tularosa Beauly was in the contest As miss Arizona a stale that adopted her from the Arizona state University Campus at Tempe where she is a voice major. Her year As miss new mex Ico in the miss America a want program ends next month. She was one of the finalists in last fall s pageant at Atlantic City and won the swim suit Tille. For a while she was Bolh miss new Mexico on her Way o the miss America pageant and new Mexico maid of cot ton on her Way to Memphis tenn., where they choose the National maid. Decision held the stale s maid of Collon committee headed by win Ston Lovelace of Loving decided it did t want its maid see Ali div Paffi a-12 Robert Sasser dead at 0 or. Sasser Robert d. Sasser operator of the Sasser drug stores Here for Many years died at his Home to Day after a Long illness. He was go. Or. Sasser who lived at 401 Aliso e2, had been an a 1 b u q u e r que resident 21 years coming Here from clo vis. He was a past president of the Sandia kiwanis club. Or. Sasser was a member of first presbyterian Church Temple Lodge g York rite bodies Scollish rile bodies of Santa be bal Lul Abund Temple of shrine and the new Mexico pharmaceutical Assn. Surviving Are his widow n daughter miss Marilyn Sas ser of Albuquerque his Mother mrs. J. 13. In scr of fort Worth Tex. Two Sisters mrs in Rockett of fort Worth and mrs. Victor Hill of Wichita Nils Tex., and n Broth or Rosco Sass eve o Clovis. Funeral services will be announced by Strong Thome. She won and lost the new Mexico maid of Cotton title. She s always been said her father George Nel son last night after his Daugh Ter was named first runner up to Ohio s sue Ann Down by in the miss u. S. A. Con related news on Page a-9. The Sun has shone in Albuquerque on of the past Days. June 5, 1965 dying girl gets diploma an 18 year old Albuquerque girl died in a local Hospital yesterday three Days after receiving her Albuquerque High school graduation diploma at her Hospital bed. Miss Judy Valles daughter of or. And mrs. Marcos Val Les 226 Kathryn be was stricken ill recently and had been in a coma at St. Joseph Hospital for the past three weeks. She roused briefly from her coma tuesday at which time her diploma was taken to her and she was Able to thank school representatives who presented the diploma to her. The school s commencement exercises had been held the night before. In addition to her parents miss Valles is survived by three Brothers Danny Michael and Jerry Valles and her grandparents or. And mrs. Max Saiz or. And mrs. Elvira Valles. Rosary will be recited to Day and tomorrow at . At Salazar s on . Funeral mass will be Mon Day at 9 . At St. Francis Catholic Church. Burglars loot Zork hardware burglars looted Zork hard Vare co. At h14 12th new of about 90 wrist watches and other merchandise police re ported today. Rudolf Dreyer the firm s president said to and Walkie Alkie sets and radios were also stolen. Must be satellite Paris june 5 communist daily newspaper humanity reported today the fad Hal u. S. Astronaut James Mcdivitt saw an object with Long arms in space. Having made inquiries we find that Gen. De Gaulle is not travelling in that part of the humanity said. It must have been a Satel astronauts pass mid Point both in Good condition Walker tells Walker no project congressman silent on his governor Choice by Howard Bryan u. S. Rep. E. S. Johnny Walker at a press conference Here today announced a project for White Sands missile Range and predicted that repeal of fed eral excise taxes will dump an extra 520 million into Stew Mexico s Economy in he next four years. In answers to questions Lep. Walker expressed Tjie nope that u. S. Sen. Clinton p. Anderson will seek another term and declined to go out on a limb As to his personal preference among the demo cratic contenders for Gover nor. The democratic Congress Man a member of the House armed services committee also said he hag no plans to visit South Viet even though the defense depart ment has opened the door for congressmen to visit the War torn country. He called the recent Clay Liston heavyweight title bout farce which bilked the country of million and urged creation of a Federal commission to supervise the fight game in this country. Sees son graduate rep. Walker who plans to return to Washington Tomor came Here Over the weekend to see his son Ste phen Michael Walker graduate from the University of new Mexico last night. I Hope he enters the Unm a school next Walker said. Walker said that the House armed services committee Las approved an additional for construction of Range instrumentation facilities for sprint at White Sands in support of the Nike x system. He said there Are no Overall existing instrumentation Facil ties at White Sands which will provide All the data and data accuracy requirements of the project. The project he said will in clude construction of four portable tracking Telescope Sites and three new Cmel Heo polite Sites the work scheduled for completion before next March 1, also includes four skid mounted steel prefab build see Walker Page. A-2 Washington calling dramatic space feats Are due a weekly size up by the Washington staff of the Scripps Howard newspapers Washington june excitement is just starting. You Haven t seen anything yet u. S. Has Many dramatic feats planned for next few years. And you May literally see that trip to the Moon set for 1969. U. S. Is thinking of televising live the last 100 Miles of the trip and the Landing. Pictures would come from Mother ship hovering in orbit around the Moon. Next spectacular is due in july. U. S. Robot will take first closeup pictures of Mars and televise them . To Dot will be so far away it will Ake More than eight hours or a single picture to reach Earth also on the program hour Long walk around the Earth by a space Man with a rocket engine on is . Of a controlled rocket to test out special Zero Gravity tools on it. Space rendezvous attempts in which a ship will Dock with a self powered Steerable rocket and in some cases ignite the Roc Ket s engines to change orbit or perhaps to intercept a satellite. Orbital journeys of two weeks to a month. A 45 ton Moon ship while circling Earth then putting the two pieces together. Gemini weighs less than four tons there s talk of letting a spaceman walk without being tethered to his ship. And of trying to repair a defunct satellite on the Fly. Also u. S. Is preparing to land robot cameramen chemists geologists and quake re corders on the Moon to orbit picture taking robots around is Moon and to Deposit see capital pare a la both men very Alert doctors report spacecraft performing exceptionally Well Houston june 5 astronauts James Mcdivitt and Edward White still in Good shape and remarkably Alert soared past the half Way Point of their record space ride today As medical monitors maintained a close Ivantch on their condition. The astronauts reached the mid Point of Hie planned four Day trip at . Most As their gemini 4 spacecraft sailed More than 100 Miles above the United states at the end of orbit 31. At that time they had been in space for 48 hours 58 min utes. They Are to return la Arlo just after noon monday. Excellent condition there is absolutely no de crease in their alertness. They Are in excellent Condi the Mission control Center at Houston reported. Scripps Howard buys Florida daily paper related new on Paga Al and a-12. Hollywood Fla., j u n e d. 5 the Scripps Howard newspapers Friday Pur chased the Hollywood Sun Tattler a six Day afternoon paper. The announcement was made in Hollywood by Jack r. Howard president and general editorial manager of Scripps Howard newspapers Mark Ferree executive vice president and general Busi Ness manager of Scripps How Ard and g. W. Mccall and w. E. Day co publishers of the Sun Tattler. Under the new ownership Mccall retains a substantial interest in the Sun Tattler and will continue As publisher the position he held jointly with inside your Tribune today bookshelf ____________a-4 churches ________-------a-5 comics_______________b-8 crossword puzzles --------b-8 editorials ____________a-4 Harrison .________b-2 inquiring reporter--------a-9 patterns.____.b-8 pet of the week________a-6 Pony express --------------a-4 Public forum ._.a-4 sports .a-8-9 Heaters ____.-.a-7 to Page a la weather data.a-10 women s news.-a-3 Lay. Day has sold his inter est and is retiring. At a meeting of the Board of directors immediately f o 1 lowing the signing of the Pur Chase agreement Mccall was elected president of the com Pany Howard vice president and l. C. Wessel Secretary treasurer. Scripps said Howard is proud of the journalistic and Community a sees a rare a-12 u. S. Cars Load parking spaces Pace by Unm graduate photographs pages a-5, b 1 Solon sees bold Effort ill space Page a-12 War is tragedy for local family Pace a-2 pop Joy top paid state official Page a-2 Bank employees shot in Pace b-12 Ann Baker to leave for big spelling Bee by Urith Lucas Tribune Sikl Lini fee Dell or Ann Baker the Tribune s opel line Bee Champion will eave tomorrow for the 38th annual National spelling dec n Washington b.c., where she will represent new mexi co. She will leave at . Com the support by Jet. She vill be in Washington it the Mayflower Hole i through Dine 12. Miss in scr s expenses arc paid by the trib inc. Since winning the spelling Crown miss in scr hns been honoured no n n u m r of a Venus by inc hers and class in pcs it Mckinley Junior Olgh school members of her English class entertained with a Par by yesterday and served punch and cookies. She also was presented a Silver Road runner pin at Assembly yesterday. Ann plans to Wear the pin As n Good Luck ornament during the Bee. The students and faculty of the school gave miss banker b standing of lion it Assembly. The Courtesy was Star cd by to students. She will be Ninnin 70 contestants in the in lion spell ing event. One of the contestants Michael r. Gifford of Annan so Champ Ann gun ii is inking n Tilc Tribune spoiling Bee cling mlle in by nor to the in j h m la fwd Fop a tonal spelling Bee. Lie is rep to Morrow was honoured Annb i by her English class Wilh a parly. Shown from left arc Becky Brown mrs. Kenneth Chow Nimir in Char and miss in scr. She also was presented a Silver roadrunner pin Al the school s Assembly. Staff photo the gemini 4 spacecraft was reported performing exceptionally Well. Mcdivitt reported a slight dryness in the Throat As a re sult of the pure oxygen atmosphere in the Cabin but that was expected. Eye irritation which the astronauts reported earlier because of the oxygen had cleared up. One complaint Mcdivitt had one com Plain. He said he was t get Ling enough exercise and asked the ground control if he could use a Strelch Cord More often to Sli ulale his leg and Muscles. He was Given the Okay. We re in Good shape up Pilot Mcdivitt reported to the ground this morn ing. He added however that he was a Rifle weary and during the night he had his Best sleep yet. White who provided the main excitement of the planned four Day flight by taking a 20 minute excursion in space thursday was asleep at the time the report was made. John Hodge a Mission con see astronauts Taffe a-2 government forces attack Saigon Viet june 5

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