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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Albuquerque, New Mexico A-7 Tribune 945 mexican fiesta knights of Columbus Council 641 will have a mexican fiesta starting at tonight at the pc Hall 14 i and Coal in los Caporale a mariachi hand hint will perform arc scaled from left Porfirio Contreras manager and Eraclio Perez. With them Are Tony Gallegos standing fiesta chairman and or. Ralph t. Montoya grand Knight of the Council. The Max Apodaca band will also Council p move spot inquiry Inlo dominican developments Chile presented some of the s longest criticism of the uni cd states saying that sending troops in was wrong oven for the Protection of its it demanded that the u. S. Forces be w i t i drawn. Costa Rica plan Costa Rica meanwhile was said to be preparing to request that the u. S. Forces be internationalized by placing them under direction of the Oas and that they be augmented with Token units from other Oas members. President Johnson conferred with his chief military and foreign policy advisers on the crisis again this morning. Among those attending the meeting were Bunker of stale Dean Rusk and defense Secretary Robert s. Hoping for Transfer Holiday inn official expressed Hope today that Transfer of a liquor License will be approved and enable them to re open the cocktail lounge Ai the motor hotel. The License was purchased from Robert and Raymond Michael who own four liquor licenses Here. A spokesman said the License also must be changed from a retailer or package goods Type of permit to a dispenser s License used for bar operations. Otherwise the spokesman declined comment on a liquor License situation which has cancelled plans for two other Holiday inns in Albuquerque at present. Officials of the National Chain of motor hotels previously have criticized new Mexico Laws which permit the owner of a ?25 or j50 state liquor License to receive up to for the same License when sold to another person. State Law limits liquor licenses to one for every persons. Holiday inn prepared to pay Lor a liquor License in the county planning to Transfer it into the City limits. However a cily commission policy against such transfers stymied that plan and the License with which Holiday inn had operated its cocktail lounge expired. Since then the inn has been negotiating for a License and dropping plans for other Holiday inns Sions. Quality in blood Bank cancer research project which earned him a ing was discussed Lod by trip to the National science fair is explained by Bill wait Bishop of Lovelace Cliris Benge of Lovington to mrs. Margaret Coyle left and in miss Julia Hodges Ami mrs. Freda Brown at a meeting today of new miss Emma Lee Ethridge of Mexico stale society of medical technologists. Hyland laboratories or. Photo old Palmer of or . Troc Washington May 1 up encountering share criticism among its latin american neighbors for sending troops to the dominican Republic the uni cd slates denied today Hal the action was intervention of any kind. Ellsworth Bunker u. S. Ambassador to the organization made the u. S. Statement in n special meeting of the organization of american Stales Oas Council. Venezuela Ond several Oas m e m b e r s had questioned president Johnson s a c l i o n sending More than marines and paratroopers to s a n t o Domingo to protect american citizens and other foreign nationals there. Leads off criticism Venezuela led off the critic i s a charging that the uni cd states had violated the Oas charter by unilateral intervention in dominican affairs. This not intervention in any Bunker replied. To said the american forces were sent solely for humanitarian purposes and the Protection of lives. The u. S. Units got to Santo Domingo barely in Lime to avoid far greater casualties in the fighting below eco loyalists and rebels seeking to re store ousted president Juan Bosch to Power. My government regrets that there was no inter american Force Bunker said. He added that the United Stales would Welcome the creation of an Oas Force As soon As possible to replace the americans. After b u n k e r s speech Mexico s Delegate said h i s government Only re grilled that the United states Felt it necessary to take Steps which evoke such painful memories in Mexico and other latin american nations. Mexico said the Oas delegates should re affirm explicitly the Sovereign rights of Stales under the inter american charter and the principles of free determination and non intervention. Both Columbia and Peru supported a u. S. Proposal for appointment of an Oas committee to conduct an voting poses new Washington May 1 up Senate liberals wrestled Loday with the problem of whether to accept a subs Lille voting rights Bill that does not include an Oul right ban on All poll taxes. One by one the liberals announced they were reserving judgment until they could study the revised proposal. Sen. Jacob k. Javits r-n.y., one of the leaders of the Liberal group also reserved final judgment but said he would oppose the substitute if it appears that dissent is required to keep the Oill strongly he said deletion of the Bill problems a ban appeared to be a weakness but that he hoped hat a joint position could be Aken by the bipartisan judiciary committee group which approved the original Bill to guarantee negro voting rights. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield mont., and Senate gop Leader Everett m. Dirksen 111., introduced he substitute Bill yesterday. They said the new Bill would be brought up before the sen ale monday and Fiat sessions would be extended Inlo the evening next week in an of Bra to Speed action. Instead of the outright a Wilkinson of Al-3uquerque. Continued from pare Al the internal affairs of the dominican Republic a new aggressive act of u. S. the u. S. State department said in Washington it would have no immediate comment on the soviet move. U. S. Ambassador w. Tap Ley Dennett announced the cease fire went into effect at . Yesterday but indicated to newsmen that foreign elements might have taken Over the rebellious movement. President Johnson said in a statement in Washington last night there were significant signs that people trained outside the dominican Republic Are seeking to gain control of the rebels. Bennett said the rebels and the opposing military Junta had agreed to submit the dispute to arbitration by an organization of american states Oas commission. A special Oas foreign ministers meeting was called in Washington and an Oas peace team planned to f 1 y Here tonight. President Johnson had urged the Oas to take responsibility for restoring peace end re establishing constitutional government in the dominican Republic. The cease fire pact Bennell said in his announcement guarantees the personal safety of combatants on b o t h sides including prisoners and those in Asylum in foreign embassies. Not a settlement Dennett emphasized that Only a cease fire had been discussed with the rebels and not a final settlement. Signing for the rebels were Hugo Conde and col. Fasulo Caa Mano whose brother Francisco is described As the rebels lop military Leader. It was not immediately disclosed who signed the cease ire agreement for the Junta orces headed by Brig. Gen. Elias Wessin who rallied elements of the army and air orce and the Navy to oppose he pro Bosch forces. The Opal Nuncio in Sanlo Domingo the it. Rev. Emmanuel Larizzio played a key role in negotiating the cease fire. He was in touch with the rebels and Laler met with the Wessin Junta Al ils Headquarters Al Isidro a l r base 20 Miles outside of Santo Domingo. Latest estimates of the toll of the which snarled when pro Bosch military officers forced the resignation of a civilian Junta government headed by d o n a 1 d Reid Cabral were put at More than 500 killed with another 500 possibly killed. The injured ran into the hundreds. In a major Batlle yesterday with some police Loyal to the Junta rebel forces won the massive Ozama fortress which commands a strategic position on the West Side of the River of the same name in the capital. reports said the rebels under col. Francisco Camano look the for Iress Afler heavy lighting. Survivors who sworn the River said the rebels committed atrocities against the defenders and executed so vein police officers who Hud tank hits two automobiles a big water tank truck ran wild at Broadway and stadium be yesterday and slammed into two moving cars but no one was Hurt police said. The Tanker owned by c. R. Davis paving co., and driven by Edward l. Foster 36, o 2509 Spruce be ran away when air brakes failed on a downgrade police said. Al 35 mph in smacked in o cars driven by Bill r. Gon Zales 26, los Lunas and turiello jr., 23, of 1711 India i school new police said. Flight testing opens monday a flight lest program to size up penetration ability of tactical and strategic aircraft opens monday by joint task Force 2, a joint chiefs of staff unit assigned to Sandia base. Tie program will last Lor months and be flown Over the Tonopah Lesl Range in Central Nevada. About 400 flights will be made Over the Range with evaluation instrumentation supplied by Sandia corp. In a support role for jtf2. Combat aircraft will operate from Nellis of base and Fallon naval air station Nev. As Well As from other United Stales bases. Each aircraft will pass Over three marked courses on the parlance for extremely Low students at meeting a local of 35 City High school students with eight from Oiler new Mexico cities arc attending a National leadership conference of Distri Eulive education salesmanship clubs of America in Chicago. The students left thursday and Are scheduled to return in time for classes monday. Are accompanied by faculty sponsors. Attending from Albuquerque Are Albuquerque High school Lorenzo Baldonado Lloraine Perea Nora Archibeque Torres of Socorro Dies Estevan Torres native of Socorro died of a heart attack in a local Hospital today. He was 68. Or. Torres was owner of Al Camino hotel restaurant and service station in Socorro. He served As Republican Socorro county chairman for four years As county clerk for 12, and As City clerk for five years. He was a member of san Miguel Catholic Church. Surviving Are his widow two sons Lawrence and Steve Torres or. A daughter mrs. Nick Smallidge three Sisters mrs. Adelfina Zimmerly mrs. Jennie Chavez and miss Lupe Torres a brother Joe Torres sr., All of Socorro and nine grandchildren. Funeral arrangements Are being made by Steadman funeral Home invited marching bands from Harp have been invited to participate in an armed forces Day Parade in Carlsbad May 8 by Rudy Sparks president of Carlsbad chamber of Commerce. Continued from tags Al leaching ability As much As possible were considered. Libraries higher the percentage for libraries is also higher than average and the Library contribution by the University per faculty member is one of the highest in the nation or. Earlier Bill by the liberals the new proposal orders the Alloney general to test the Constitution Lily of the taxes n court. A constitutional amendment last year outlawed Oll taxes in Federal elections jut four states Virginia Alabama Mississippi and Texas still have them for state and local contests. A fifth state Arkansas is n the process of abolishing is poll tax and would not be included in the court tests. The administration has opposed the poll lax ban on rounds that it might make he Bill unconstitutional. Mansfield said that in View of All the arguments about it court tests would provide the dust Way out. In the end the senators Are generally trying to go in he same mans held said. We must also try .0 go on the same Road in Here is to be any Vigil Jackie Packer Bettyjo Garcia Adlene Sewell Francis Chavez Theresa ser a Diana Cobley Johnson Forrest Peterson mar lha Moniano Laura Gonzales and Ray Pena. Valley High school Silva David Villescas Cornell Venters Sandra Pearsall David Wood and Cathey Rio Grande High school Andy Lopez and William bar by. Manzano High school Andy Colston Steve Eslep and Gary Smith. Highland High school Bernice Lerv Lucs Lor or Andres Dunav lace were held Thea Momir Iron St. Francis Cetl Holly Church. Bunny was Al my. Calvary cum cry tie Salazar und sons Morl mry in Char up. Pm Cit inn m. Handy 36, res Dent of this City 11 Monlai. Died in a lock to Hoholl Fol big Turiy Molnr after a Short illness. She is survived by her Hus Mcl Gilbert Handy tour ions. Gilbert or. Anthony Jerome and Brian four Nufi liners Patricia Ernest inn. I ruin nod Karen All of Hie family Gnu i. 9100 be her Pirente. Or. Mid mrs. Melchor Martinet of con is Tex. Two Brothers und two by sleds. 5 in we a Mem her of Llic Cal Holly churn i the body will be Inkon Salii Rdv per Nunt to corns Chr Lull. Tex., for Zervic to mid Inlet Neil. The Atron Thorn mortuary la in charge of arrangement e. Funeral services Lor or. E in Bolh la Odolich were held this birr Norm at . Albiar Ana Soiu . Luary in Chorre. Mitchell services tor Ray h. Mitchell will be held from he Chur id in the Larden of the French mortuary. 1111 University be. Monday to Mann it o clock. Clip Luln Charles u Arno in will officiate and interment will be in Sunset memorial Park. Funeral services for mrs. Beulah Murns were held this in Ericon no 2 . Cremation followed it Felt vew Fork with he Salizar and Eona mortuary in charge. Neal funeral services for Harry Tui will be held monday no . In Palm Chanel of the Strong Thome Lunray. Lev. Rimell c. Lre will off Date and will be Thomas Dern Allne Delbert Dubrock. David councils Fred Quintina Jince Barela Anil Dnn it. Germain. Interment be made in. Fall View Park cemetery Rosary for miss Var Lnla Jane Purl 111 n will be recited Sun div i 7 30 . Al Hie in Turr and signs mortuary. Ample Nark Nir available. Funeral services will he held monday from Hie St Ann s Catholic cell Lirt where. Req Ulruan will be celeb Ritler 1 at 9 . Our Bdl will follow at . Al the Nal Lynnl Yemc triv in Santa Sala Ehr and sons mortuary in charge d . Weakland serve cps for weak land were held from Llic Chanel in hip Garden of Hie French mortuary Ai 1 o clock tills Nile noon. Tic Rev. Charlrs Fues official re Rind incr mint we in Sunset memorial Parv. Mrs. Frances n. Wresl. 61. of tills City Lor 20 years not Skol away thurs Lav evening slip Resl Elrd no 411 or Lllan of and i inv Lvcy by her husband. Raymond r. West a sister. Mrs. Vurr Nln Euni of Missouri Una n Niece. Services will be held from Hir Chapel in the Garden of the fran Ali mortuary 1111 Una Crilly be. Monike n fir Moon at 2 o clock. Rev. Lester 11. Ford will and i Menchl Wylli be a Sii Nicl memorial Turk. The remain1, will Elf in Stair sunday. Farmland continued from Fage Al North of Here began filling sandbags to fortify a Dike defending the town s South Sec lion. Many of the same men worked nigh Long rebuilding a levee North of Niota. A break in either Dike would flood the entire Village. F. W. Smith township supervisor coordinating flood work said More than half of Niota s Homes already were abandoned 1 h e i r furnishings moved out and their owners working on the levees. Smith said the North Side Dike was about ready to go out last night flooding the town and the Highway approach to r Bridge spanning the Mississippi to fort Madison Iowa. We rebuilt that Dike from the backside with Smith said. But we have a Dike in the lower part of the system that s soaking up. We re anticipating trouble on it. If we lose any Parl of our Dike system Down Here we would be completely residents of la Cross began returning to their Homes As flood Waters gradually receded. The end of the record floods appeared near but thousands of acres of Rich Corn producing Farmland were under water. Quincy a protected Bluff top City of people and Hannibal mo., historic Home of Mark Twain and now a bustling City of appeared to be the final population centers in the path of the angry floodwaters. It was expected to hit Quincy tonight or tomorrow then hurl its final Force against Hannibal where water already ran through the town s main Street and other avenues submerging 15 blocks. Out of danger the Mississippi then was expected to cose slowly toward Normal depth. St. Louis mo., and Points continued from Page Al Nam s 7th division said the flame throwers apparently of red chinese manufacture were particularly suited to the Small vietnamese ammunition found in the Cache about 50 Miles South of Saigon included what App e a r e d to be shells for a 70mm. Howitzer and is lower than average and building and grounds is about Normal he said. The regents approved the audit report of Denham Youngberg co. And moved to negotiate with the firm for a contract for this year s audit. They also approved a request of mrs. William p a a Rish widow of the business administration Dean Fiat his bequest to the University be placed in a Library fund recently established in Lis name. Several faculty contracts were approved including the appointment of Thomas w. Chris Gopher As Dean of the school of Law. He was most recently professor of Law Al University of North Carolina and visiting professor of Law at University of California Berkeley. He holds a doctor of Juris prudence degree from new York University. Author of rec books his Fields of special interest Are trusts Antl Trust Law and food and drug a the regents approved two positions which had been Prev Ousby announced. They arc Paul a. Schmidt of Oberlin College As chairman of the de int men of philosophy and Thomas r. Vrieland or. Of University of Pennsylvania As chairman of the department of architecture. Approved retirements include Frank Gentry professor of mathematics. The regents also approved Lilion schedule of for residents and for nonresidents in accordance with the 10g5 appropriation act. A to icy was initiated Hal Lilion shall be arc diled to general income no the role of per credit hour for residents and g3 per credit for nonresidents. Or. Pop Joy said to hoped this would be considered by he Board of education no Al in acc in future educational Register rings on thief a Cash Register rang and thai signalled a proprietor to Nab a burglary suspect. Police said Ted Sandoval 35, who operates Sandoval electric co., 1001 Broadway be caught a Man inside the place thursday night. Or. Sandoval who lives upstairs said he heard the ring and then slipped in on the intruder. He fired a shot near the intruder then held Lim at gunpoint until police arrived. The suspect a 24-year-old Dortland ore., Man was ailed for investigation of burglary and Possession of narcotics. Police said he had a Barbiturate capsule in a Stewart. Sandia High school Loyd Hankla Dave Baldwin Janet Kopec and Marvin no howitzers or Rockel launchers were found. Tho communists Are n o 1 Cnown to have weapons of i her Type. The haul also included one 81mm mortar three 60mm mortars 21 heavy machine of East German design Vith anti a i r c r a f l tripods eight automatic rifles 98 sub Nachine guns of czech design 240 american made rifles about pounds of explosives about pounds of assorted ammunition 53 anti aircraft mounts for machine guns and three base places for go Mili Meler mortars. Found in search the arms Cache was d i a Cov Rcd by troops engaged in a search operation in which at least 152 communists were killed. This is a helluva said 1st it. R. Robert Dickinson Bowie my. Adviser to the vietnamese battalion which found the Cache. I think we arc going to find More before we Brig. Gen. Nguyen Bao to commander of the 7lh division said the arms haul was the largest Ever made during a around operation in n N.Y.part of the Gilbert Handy Dies in Hospital mrs. Gilbert Handy 9100 Headin Gly be died in a local Hospital this morning after a Short illness. She was 36. A resident of Albuquerque or 11 m o n t h a she was e m b e r of the Catholic Church. Surviving Are her husband our sons Gilbert jr., an a o n a Jerome and Brian Handy four daughters Patri Cin Ernestina Linda Kay and Keren Handy her parents two Brothers and two Sisters. The body will be taken to Corpus Christi Tex., for serv pcs and Inlet Neil. Strong Thorno mortuary is in meeting due about 10 Albuquerque recreation leaders leave tomorrow to attend a three stale Abor Alory in Glorieta monday through saturday. Orlie Sedillo of Wells Park Community Center is chairman of the Board of the southwestern recreation leaders Laboratory. This year s theme is Para comp Artir la Bucana Vida to share the Good two local residents will give instruction. Mrs. Betty Donaldson will instruct group singing and Louis Donaldson will Leach Small and scrap crafts. Or. Donaldson also will discuss the delinquent child in and Day Camp organization. Also attending will be prof. John Montgomery of University of new Mexico mrs. Silas who teaches crafts i san Jose Community Center miss Martha Mcquaid Wells Park Recica lion Lender mrs. Leo Haynes chairman of the publicity drugs topic tomorrow a panel will discuss hallucinogenic drugs at 8 p. M. Tomorrow at first unitarian Church sponsored by american humanist Assn. Discussing the use of i h c drugs in mental health will 3e or. Kramer instructor in psychiatry University of new Mexico medical col Ege Charles Dustin who Las taken part in Experiment with the drug and has on the subject and police Del. Charles Brown narcotic division. Or Dean Ewing will e legislators cast single vote Washington May 1 Low new Mexico members of Congress were recorded As voting on recent Roll Calls on passage 301-8b, of Bill authorizing increase of million in . Quoin of inborn Alionna monetary fund for Morris and Walker. No Roll Call votes n period mortuary Vii 71 Tims Lead mobs refugee reports Miami j la., May 1 a refugee from the or. Mid la Rory cd Uvari fourth new ilium Lilor or. Mra. Com elfin l. 3m . Be l or. Fri. 0. H. A Kryml 7ji new. Ion. Or and mrs fun Vonno sync Liz. To. Tim n Ron. Or mra. Ernrst a. Blinder. 5110 new it inn. Or kit. Len brr c. I Venann 1 Kog Kam Leon Hale District scout Cadar and Albuquerque boy scouts will present a program or los Lunas Llop Lenl and training school scouts it . Monday no los mortuary the. Ski in in it Coidin 1111 univ Talty . Pm. Cd 3-4404 couples at rotary in in paso and said today mobs pillaging Santo do Munro no u. S. I or. Tim Imi 9.j River Elbow five Miles North of Here. William Hook an Illinois civil defense official said h Strong wind could bather the debris into n Jug Krnoul and hurl in through a Dike proc cling More f n r Inland. Tho april flood loll included h dead Between and forced from their Homes and Damn go mounting toward weekend a Tondini 11 reunion with Vrtol Rinns from Mexico the event san Riecl yesterday and will continue through loony. On the p r of Kim ure meet Infix luncheons n Hill and reception and u style show for the women. Attending from arc or. And mrs. Slu it or. And mrs. Nor Mun Horl Hwik or. And mrs. Curl Drokin or. Und my. M n x Comphell or and mrs. Mur Rny , or. And mrs. Martin Kluch or. And mrs cans pones col and mrs Wilfred Mccormick or. Nyrl mrs. Hurry St Ofifi or. And mrs Strone or mrs. W. 0. Common fils wearing Olive Green fatigues and openly hosting of their allegiance to Fidel Castro. They frequently voice Cas Iro s slogan Al or and Down with Yankee said c a p t. it Nihon a Pilot of the dominican Nir Linc doll no Cann de Al Nylon. Rin Boa woh Concu Hlad from Sunlo Dom Linin by the u. S. In Minimi lifter hiding for three Days in n room no Ihn hold Comer Clyl. Tho bout the Ftp they Honvo Boen Trul cd in Cuba and Hal they will turn Trio dominican Republic into n second Dilboy Laid in an first u. S. Casualties Cnoc As the marines and paratroopers moved to t i e City from the curl and West. The marines moved into n nine mile a run designated car lick by the Oas is n in Van for refugees from the fight the marines wiped Oul with Inz Ooka fire n machine gun nest that took the life of a , two blocks from the u. S. Eban ii. The Marine column moved in from Ihu led by tanks n n d vehicles. n ton Len Kcal of Tiu in Al forces was fighting any Inlo the downtown from the ens Lorn girl of the he. B Domik Lilor or. Und or. I run la Chi War 800 . Vir be n or. And my. Loll l. Bli Monk in in Venn by k inn or. Fri Edwird ii. Meyer m ugh new in. Or. Unit in. Of told tar Fri 97u Una trn l new r. Smih Lorr. Linen Illihi Onur uni him a Nellil or. Mid Fri. Mike Mori Loloi 195, 1 Tinl Lulilar. Or. And in Eoj no Torres 2jh hoi own nil new h Ion. Or. And mra. Tommin Mcclaid hoi Elt Lori l . Or. Und Fri. Monloy Virginia be n 1 faucet with a future a 9 Call Fri 24 a tvs it tit to Mil 1 mini pm 7-1004 1 Ulilis what w0m about mortuary or com outcry arrangements and expenses ibb or cemetery without obligation and ascertain this information. Ski memorial Ontl mausoleum c furnished All senior a Dull no Welcome. Cardi will follow the cat or Richard Peterson of Bol ton u and Mil Hospital will pc ii it n meeting of new Mexico Cut finders lit . Tomorrow lit the Home of mrs. Joseph Wing Ort 4705 Ricc

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