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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Albuquerque Tribune local forecast fair today and tomorrow but with some Clouds tomorrow afternoon. Windy tomorrow afternoon. A Howard . Pai. Orr. Vol. 43, no. 24 second clans pos lace poll us Albuquerque . Albuquerque new Mexico saturday May 1, 1965 20 pages in two sections Home edition Price seven cents 30c weekly kids celebrate Kremlin leaders from left Leonid Brezhnev Alexei Kosygin Nikolai Podgorny and Mikhail Suslov review today s May Day Cele bration from atop Lenin s Tomb in Moscow. Up Cable Holo from Tass some May Day disorders reds show Viet support Moscow May 1 i a float showing soviet support for communist forces in Viet was in the Iron of a civilian Parade through snowy red Square today As the soviet Union celebrated its traditional May Day Holiday. The usual display of Mili tary equipment was miss ing. Ii was postponed this year until May 9, when massive celebrations will Mark the 20th anniversary of the end of world War ii. The usual Bellicose speech of defense minister Rodion Malinovsky also was Omi led. Soviet leaders headed by communist parly Boss Leonid Brezhnev and Premier Alexei Kosy Gin reviewed the Parade Alop Lenin s Tomb but did not make speeches. The Parade opened with banners including portraits of the collective leadership that replaced Nikita Khrushchev last october then came floats. One was a Large out line map of Viet with a slogan of support for what the russians Call the National liberation struggle meaning the Viet Cong fight against the Saigon government. Another praised he cuban regime of Fidel Castro. Berlin May 1 w West Berlin police broke up a May Day scuffle Between labor Union men and about 50 communist demonstrators today before the Reich slag the old German parliament building. The Heads carried posters Reading peace m Viet no bombs on Viet ." in South Viet and continue the struggle against let us drink a Toast to the Victory of the Vietnam Ese people s patriotic struggle against u. S. Aggression to the Victory of he struggle of the asian african and latin Ameri can count pics against in communist Chi Nese Premier Chou in Lai told a reception in peking. Park in Defiance of a government ban on open a i r May Day rallies. One mob of 400 persons marched on the american consulate Gen eral in the heart of the City but was intercepted by police and Federal Reserve troops and broken up by tear Gas. The consulate was empty at the time. Tokyo May 1 China called on for eign delegates in peking for May Day celebrations to support the red guerrillas Singapore May 1 we riot police used tear Gas today in smothering leftist May Day attempts to touch off antigovernment and anti american turbulence in this big malaysian Island c i t y a stale of danger was declared but by night fall a police spokesman re ported All quiet. He said 271 persons were a r rested following 21 attempts by several thous ands left Wing Trade unionists to meet in a Public Athens Greece May 1 we several Hundred work ers clashed with police to Day after traditional May Day demonstrations in the greek capital. A police spokesman said sever Al were injured including police officers. The clashes took place when about 200 leftist work ers attempted to March on the ministry of labor in downtown Athens with a be t i t i o n demanding higher wages and Betler working conditions for the notion s labor Force. Manslaughter charge out charges of involuntary manslaughter filed against a former Eddy county Assis Lani District attorney vol acc in the traffic deaths of five persons have been Dis missed. District court judge Paul v. Tackett of Albuquerque said today he granted to Lions of defense attorneys for c. N. Morris letting him change his plea of nov. A 1963, from guilty to innocent and dismissing the charge. Five member of the Gre Gorio Molina family died in he traffic Accident in which or. Morris was involved june 22, 1963. Judge Tuckelt pre sided at Morris trial after District judges in Southeast Ern new Mexico were disqualified. Judge Tuckelt said he sent orders thursday to e d d y county District court clerk at Carlsbad granting motions of defense attorneys Lon wat Kins of Carlsbad and c. N. Neal of Hobbs. Judge Tackett said he if tor receive. Tons from officer in Cai attorney e. Santa be who prosecuted the Case heard in Las Cruces. After Morris pleaded guilty nov. 6, 10g3, judge Tackett deferred sentence for one for late judge Bratton regents Law building by Rose Marie Walke University of new Mexic regents today named in Unm Law building in Hono of the late . Judge Sam g Bratton. The suggestion was mad o the regents in a Lette Tom local attorney Willia a. Keleher who described the ale judge brat on As the a her of Unm Law school. Bryan g. Johnson presi Dent of the regents agree hat it was brat on who Ini rated action toward Stab Ishing the Law school. We i t have had i Vil Hout h i s or. Johnson said. The regents asked if the urge lion should be referred o some committee in the de Aram Cal or the adminis Lra on to meet University Proto col. As far As i m concerned ibis proposal is 10 years Dean of students Sher Man Smith said. I Hope the regents won t wait another year ordered Morris to pay s500 in court costs. Last no vember he continued defer ment of sentencing for another six Lourdes knights win track meet the Lourdes knights Cap i Ioctl their first truck am Field meet title in the Young City parochial school s nah k Lic history by Arrow 65 h2 nun Gin Over Culm in a find moved thai a Leller be writ Len to or. Keleher Hanking him for bringing the Mailer to the ally nation of the regents and thai an approx rial plaque be placed in the build ing. Brilton s son . Disc. Judge Howard Ballon who was president of the regents until recently asked to he excused Afler Kulcher s ice tar was Road. In other action he regents approved a summary budget of for 1965-66, increase of Over 1964-65. Most expenditure items Are listed for routine increases the highest being for regular instruction for a total of Unm pres ident Tom Popejoy said Hal he percentage for instruction larger than the average. He said that All faculty members received some Sal Ary adjustment based on Mer t. He said that research and see a agents Pace a-2 due at big Derby Louisville ky., May 1 my a fire broke out today in the far West end of the fourth floor at Churchill Dovins about one hour before the Start of Pic Kentucky Derby. Hundreds of fun fled that Section of the sprawl info stands As fire engines raced to the scene. The Blaze iras visible to most of the fans it the track. Louisville ky., May i i the traditional crowd if was expected in dominican snipers kill third Marine communist arms Cache uncovered new red Arsenal weapons taken in s. Viet Saigon May 1 up he communist arms Cache captured yesterday South Saigon included Light weight lame throwers and Armuni Ion for other weapons new to in red Arsenal it was an ounces today. . And vietnamese Intel officers tallied the rms Hoard today during a ill in the air War Over Viet Lam. An american military spokesman said that As of id afternoon not a single bombing attack had been Aunch cd against North Viet am. If the Day ends with no new tracks it would be the first me since april 13 that North Iet had not been hit f . Planes. Strikes in South american jets were Busy in in South despite the Lull in Orch Viet . A spokes an said 55 air strikes were Ade inside South Viet Farmland flooded As levee bursts quince 111., May 1 up volunteers and National guardsmen today lost a Battle against the Mississippi and flood Waters Tore through a Dilce and rapidly turned verdant farm area into a Muddy Lake. The water rushed through a Hole in the Indian Graves levee four Miles North of Quincy despite n nigh Long Effort of 100 men to bolster it. All of them got out safely. Two hours after the levee broke the Mississippi dropped from its record Crest Quincy. At its High Point it stood at 24.67 Leet More than seven feel above flood stage and surpassing the pre Vious flood record of 24.38 feet set in 19co. 60 houses in path with the Force of Sand fire hoses the a thou River widened to 400 Yards. In the path of the water Lay go farm houses. Engineers said water would almost cover them within 24 hours. As the water headed for the Bluffs at a Speed faster gouged out the Sandy levee and within minutes the Hole dec unit doubtful Morris Washington May 1 a proposed million atomic Energy Complex has not been authorized and May never be rep. Thomas mor Ris d-., said today. But he said a million Meson facility has been authorized by the joint Senate House atomic Energy com g the c e n t r a 1 mountains Mittee and could become a than a Man could run for very Long Farmers s t i 1 were trying to get equipment and Home furnishings moved. There was some Consolation in the Over All flood picture the break would ease pres Luis against levees Down Stream. But for workers who had been shoring Creek levee the Rock Indian air Force end Marine corps jets. The biggest raid was in no Dinh province 270 Miles Irth East of Saigon where 37 .00 super sabres and six i7 Jet bombers hit Viet Cong cent rations in an area Here the guerrillas have de to Cut Highway 19 link refuse total at 138 tons col no Indian school Field today the Host Albuquerqu a indians were third with Points while m n k d n 1 e n trailed with the enl gals won Only Nix events out of in Bill swept four relays to irl mph Cuba also won ill events. Culm Al Fred Send Viil was Iho individual scoring Lender of the Eccl with Blue ribbon in the 220, 440 and Hond jump. Ills 51.2 Olinc in the to was outstanding. Baseball scores City refuse Crews picked up 1 tons of refuse yes Erda ringing the total or the Spe Ial collection to tons. Special collection scheduler the coming week is monday Candelaria no Orch to the cily limits teen san Ysidro and the Iver. Tuesday from Durane Oad new North to Candelari Oad Between 20th new am 1c River. Wednesday from Centra venue Norih to Duran i Oad Between 10th and ii ver. Thursday from Moi lain Road new to Candrl Nic Between Laria railway american Cleveland 5, Washington i new York 5, Lial Limore 2 Minnesota i Chicago 0 5110 Deslon 4, do Broil .1 los Angeles it Kansas ally Sparta National polls Burih 1, is Louis 2 Cincinnati 1, new York 0 Chicago at Houston any Remc so North Philadelphia fit Milwaukee cd i in so Houston san Francisco loj Angeles tracks and Edilh me. Friday from Central be North o Mou Nunin Hoard be tween the railway tracks and University be. Inside your Tribune today looks ecu a-4 churches coi Clcil Ross Ord puzzles by Bdl torinus Gallup Roll a-12 Harrison a 10 inquiring reporter a a a thorns bal ony express a bloc sports forum a-fi-7 Heaters a-1 to weather women l new.a-3 Ler Bright sunny skies will camper lures in the 60s for today s 91st running of the Kentucky Derby. A Field of 11 was entered for he gruelling Chase Over the Miles Al Churchill Downs a distance hat favors he runner. The last four winners have come from Well off the Pace and there was a horse going postcard who could Well car the tradition. He s a big Strong Colt named Hail to All. I guess Well be for the first said Trainer Eddie Yowell. Well make our move Al the quark or pole and i expect Well be the Odds riders installed bold and As he 8-5 favorite when entries were drawn last thursday. I lha sea. Delayed reports evinces said communist guerrillas kidnapped four Jap anese surveyors wednesday the she pack River in Darla province where the japanese were working on a water conservation project. Discovery of the flame throwers was the first con armed evidence of their use the communists All Hough there had been reports of such weapons in action in the Central Highlands earlier this ear. Col. Lan Quang Thi Deputy commander of South v i e i Sec communist combat deaths in Viet 30 Washington May 1 american combat death toll in South Viet increased by four to 360 this Morris said he and from the sen. Clinton p. Anderson d ., Are trying to win the Meson Plant for los Alamos Wilb a million appropriation next year to kick off the project. Morris said the atomic Energy Complex being sought by Colorado is predicated More on a lie suggested any such project should be built on International basis. Meanwhile a committee from the Tome land and development co. Met with new Mexico officials at Santa be yesterday on an offer to give acres of land near Albuquerque to the atomic Energy commission for the site of the million Complex. Dan a Debaca chairman said any acres on the Graves break meant disappointment and frustration for now the water would Circle around their levee and come in from the Back door. We finally lost Deputy sheriff Wayne Johnson said. The River s been at the lop of the levee for three weeks now and it just 400 workers the break ended two weeks of labor by volunteers who worked night and Day shoring up the levee. About 400 Volunteer work ers at Niota 111., 60 Miles see Farmland Paffi a-2 fighting rages on despite cease fire russians request meeting of . Security Council Santo Domingo dominican Republic May 1 third Marine was re ported killed today by snip ers As the dominican civil a entered its seventh Day without sign of a setup. Tho fighting continued despite a cease fire agreed to by the Ivar ring factions. The Marine was shot by a rebel sniper on the . Embassy grounds. Two marines were killed yesterday. There was considerable firing in the Vicinity o the embassy. Intense Rifle fire continued n various parts of the City in he predawn hours slackened luring the morning then picked up again at noon. Hebel leaders fighting for the return to Power of exiled former president Juan d. Bosch admitted they did not have Complete control of their men who include armed civil ians and dissident Young Mili tary officers. U. S. Defense department spokesmen in Washington said 17 marines and 8 army Windy sunday men have in clashes been wounded with the rebels. They were the first casualties among the u. S. Forces landed to protect american civilians. A Marine killed yesterday was identified As Clifford r. Benware or. Of Malone . Fighting went on through the night in the eerie Light o Parachute flares. The soviet news Agency the skies will be fair announced that the so a-2 but in Money bet Friday bold and had gone up to 5-2, while Hail to All who opened no 10-1, had dropped to 3-1. Others in the race wore in Fushun Nalic Charger j Long Raiser Lucky Ocbo Lair Swift ruler Carpon or s Rule Dapper Dan or Nolc and Tom Rolf. Crime the War we Are losing if nil the crime hint lakes place in the United states in n year could be Consoli dated into one crime in would be n billion orgy of murder rape robbery child molestation assault und Nln in Cal. What is to Rue Magni tude of crime can ii be told in terms which ils 200 million victims can compre Hend will. The help of lie Fiji Sci Apps Howard me Mylor Nic Lorri Sternen ims null Ompton to do oils. Ii i s dramatic series crime the we re of urls monday in die Tribune week. Four other u. S. Service men were killed in accidents n South Viet increasing o 130 he non combat Ameri can death toll since Large scale Aid o the South Viet namese began in 19g1. The Pentagon s weekly Roundup of casualties showed that through monday a local of u. S. Servicemen have suffered non fatal wounds in the vietnamese conflict. The current total of missing Given As 23 men with k Jelic Ved to have been Cap tired. The army has sustained ids lend and wounded. Other show 10 dead and 35 wounded or he Navy 19 dead and 85 wounded for he Marine corps and if dead and 13b wounded for the air Force us a result of hos Lile action. The army has suffered 75 Tome site would be made available to the dec As a gift. He suggested a Par cel at the foot of the Man Zano mountains 15 Miles from the Albuquerque Sun port. He said stockholders will meet May 8 at Albuquerque to hear a report from the land committee. Manzano wins 2-1 the Manzano monarchs he feat cd Del Norte High 2-1, Early today in an Intra cily baseball game on the winners Diamond. Da3r and fair except for some afternoon cloudiness Tomor Row afternoon. There will be some fairly Strong winds tomorrow afternoon Loo. Top velocities Are expected to stay within the 20 to 25 Miles per hour Range. A High temperature of 84 was forecast for today and a similar High is expected to Morrow. The of Reading yesterday afternoon was 78 de Grees. Low temperatures tonight ii be 44 in the is Ley and 50 at the Sun Orl. This morn ing s Jou a were 44 and 49. The Normal Menn tempera lure for this Dale is 61 de Grees. Extremes or May 1 86 in 1943 and 35 in Urcla live humidity Al 9 . Was 29 per cent. The River stage Here today went up to 5.94 feet compared with yesterday s 5.9 level. The Sun will Rise at to Norrow and will Sot at Deming reporter a High of wounded Elfi degrees yesterday lops in he stale. The Low Reading his morning was 40 degrees it Las vegas grails and a vict Union had asked for an emergency meeting of the u. N. Security Council to con Sider the situation in the dominican Republic. Tass called the u. S. Land Ings armed intervention in see Domnica Pago a-2 Washington calling if the non Comuni deaths to 10 for he Navy 10 for inc Marine corps and 29 for he air Force hot Battle due on foreign Aid a weekly Slac us by Llic Washington of inc newspapers Washington May 1 this year s foreign Aid Lintel a May be inc longest hottest Ever. And ii May my k turning Point in the controversial program. Semite foreign relations commit Leo has Voled to enc Oroian nid in ils present form to years from now. House committee hns approved a me year Extension has snid willing about n change in pol the Sun has shone in on of the Post j.233 Days May i 1905 there s no conflict on Man y. Both committees approved slightly Ina than the ainu no asked by the president n Cut from former . And Here s no ment Ghoul off hid to countries Hal permit mobs in no Lack Anil destroy United sidles properly hut the two kit on a Colli Sion course when in comes to future of be differences probably will be Hros hed Oul in conference. And if Senate backs d o w n in arc in will face rouble from sen. Wayne Morse a orc Kun threatens to Ink Ink Alk if his proposal for com revision of foreign nid in icy is dropped. Nolc foreign nid has be come Domestic nid for some , universities and Corpora ions. Agency for internal Lon no development has spent "17 million ibis year for re. Ien Racli spend Mother million contracts pin casualties climb to n Washington. May 1 my intermittent fighting marked by explosions continued in downtown Sanlo Domingo to Day As evacuation of refugees proceeded and 28 casualties among u. S. Armed forces were announced. The slate department said that As of . Most three u. S. Marines were dead and 17 had been wounded. There additional eight among the u. S. Army forces there. The u. S. Military operation to Rescue u. S and other refugees caught in he Collinu ing revolt reported inc total number of refugees involved has climbed to inc officials said. The slate department said some american civilians re main in various parts of he country Ami gave Bis break Down have arrived at san Juan Pucylo Rico. Ore on heir Way out of be dominican Republic by ship. Arc at he Emba Jador the refugee evacuation Center on the outskirts of san to Domingo. 175 arc at la Romana Headquarters of he South puerto Rico sugar company a Short distance away from he dominican capital Sunlo Domingo the also report cd n Slepp in u. S. Medical Aid to the wounded in the re Volt Lorn in Pill of inc do Minici Republic. It said an army icky hos pm Tel mid two medical companies have been airlifted into Sanlo Domingo and an riving Ircul Nikont to wounded on both sides of he conflict a Navy surgical team including la Rico doctors also was reported Onro ulc to twin a run. 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