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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Albuquerque Tribune 1963 by new Mexico state Tribune co. Local forecast considerable afternoon and evening cloudiness with possible Brief Thunder showers. G suck lips Howaldt u.8. Pat. Off. Vol. 41, no. 40 second class postage paid at Albuquerque. N. M. Albuquerque new Mexico monday May 20, 1963 Sunda 34 pages in there sections Home edition Price seven cents 30c weekly Hicks Prince gel contracts from fair advertising Public relations pacts awarded by Howard Bryan advertising Public relation and auditing contracts hav been awarded by the n e v Mexico state fair commis Sion. The commission held i i May meeting saturday after noon in Deming. Ward Hicks advertising Agency of Albuquerque a awarded a advertising contract for the 1963 stall. Fair Finlay Macgillivray fair manager said today. The Brad Prince Agency o Albuquerque was awarded a contract for Public re lations and promotion for the slate fair on a year around basis. Decide against 1 firm or. Macgillivray said the commissioners after some discussion decided again giving a single firm both the advertising and Public rela Lions contracts. Max Gonzales Albuquerque certified Public accountant was Given the state fair b 1963 auditing also held the contract Lasi year. The commission accepted the Low bid of from the Heaston Rohla motor co for furnishing a car for the state fair manager s office the car is a 1963 Mercury Monterey. The commission voted to give to knee to Chan Nel 5, for its educational Tele vision work at the 1963 state fair. The station had re Quested the minimum purse at the 1963 stale fair racing Mee was set at the same As last year and the commissioners discussed the possibility of upping futurity purses in 1964. Applications for racing stalls for the 1963 fair in september must be Post marked no later than aug. 12, the commission decided screening policies will be set up in an Effort to upgrade the class of race horses entered in the state fair meets. Firm contracts Macgillivary said the state fair now has firm entertain ment contracts with Jimmy Wakely Rex Allen Anita Bry ant and the Don Ameche International circus. Negotiations Are continuing for Sev eral other entertainers. All members of the c o m Mission were present at the Deming meeting except e. Lee Francis of Cubero and t. D. Neal of Eagle nest. G. T. Dick Hennessee of Albuquerque commis Sion chairman presided at the meeting. Bolack petitions out libel suit trial opens former cily purchasing agent William r. Rockafellow s libel suit against the Tribune started jury trial today before dist. Judge d. A. Macpherson. Or. Rockafellow alleges he was lib eled in seven Ai ii cites published Between nov. 15 and dec. 21, 1961, and in a Story on May 14, 1962, Deal ing with his criminal trial for a Good candidate a state ment thai brought repercussions from parly members. 2 sen Mechem believes Mechem says he has no favorite for state race by a. C. De cola Tribune political editor . Sen. Edwin l. Mechem r-n.m., four times elected governor said today that a lot of people Are displeased with me As republicans usually dormant Al this season of the year appeared to be headed for a Lively Campaign in 1964. These were the developments 1 sen. Me chem said that he May have a p e r s o n Al Choice for the r e p u b 1 i c an nomination for governor Al next year s pre primary a u t i can l Tell them the party who to Mechem de cola said last Friday that he believes that Robert Anderson Roswell Oil Man would make that he will have opposition himself for the gop nomination for the u. S. Senate went into circulation Here Over the weekend lauding former gov. Tom to Lack for his service to the party and urging him to be come a candidate for Gover nor. Or. Bolack is due Back soon from an african Hunting expedition. Signed by Many the petitions significantly went into circulation at the meeting of the Republican loudly Central committee at the Hilton hotel on Friday night. Many of the party Lead ers signed the petitions. Sen. Mechem came Back in Sec Mechem Page a-7 Juk lauds Anderson work on conservation handbook on reds blasted before Board los Alamos groups oppose publication Santa be May 20 up three los Alamos delegations appeared before the stale Board of education today and blasted the Board s Ameri ism is. Communism hand Book for teachers and asked thai it nol be mandatory. Representatives of the los Alamos Parent teachers Assn. The Lus Alamos school system and the los Alamos round it goes mrs. S. G. Hoihjelle a research Engineer and Delegate to National Tel metering con Ference examines an exhibit at the conference. She is engaged in research and development in army missile vulnerability tests. Her husband is a physics student at new Mexico state University. Sessions open Here in big telemetry meet chapter of the american Assn. Of University women said the handbook adopted by Board last August and written by the state education department was limited Ico pc. Robert Carter president the los Alamos Pat said the organization s objections were the Book contained Many i Broad generalizations which Are open to and thai it is the delegations also claimed the Book was poorly organized and the presentation a Clear. Carter said Many state ments which purport to be fac Are simple nol. He also said the Book use emotionalism rather than logic in presenting its arguments he cited the Book s definition of capitalism As an example saying in made no distinction Between the English capitalism of the Width Century and wha is known As capitalism in the United states now. He said an example of the Etc i Nalisnik used in the hand Book was found in the Defini Tion of capitalism which said they communists feel that capitalism will be succeeded by socialism and finally will end in a world communist society. Americans know better. By Milas Hurley Street from you can t gel there from quarters. Goes an often used unch line in jokes. But some of expected hotel h e a d delegates at a National the Emet Cring conference opened sessions today at the Hilton hotel. And these sessions How that research is gradually wiping out those areas that you can t get to from Tele Mclroy is concerned with etting Dala from inaccessible Back to locations is accessible. One embezzlement. He was acquitted. Also named defendants Are editor Dan Burrows and City Oca Lions there it Efi Nilion of telemetry might in research by Remote con its uses Range from keeping track of astronaut l. Ordon Cooper in space to ending out what goes on uner the oceans. Four categories sessions fall into four main categories of telemetric re search space biomedicine oceanography and Industry. The purpose is the Exchange Hall reporter Val. Rockafellow t to causes of in closed circuit television which through to sets placed at strategic Points throughout the conference areas pro Vides a record of messages for delegates. Gruer a founder Allan Gruer of Sandia base one of the founders of the conference said Albuquerque is the second smallest City to have the conference. Speakers for the conference include or. Albert h. Schwich Tenberg head of the depart ment of aerospace Medicine and at love lace foundation Here Scott in Lii. It is Liioi hit x1s rocket air plane or. R. L. Smith Rose president of International Union of scientific radio. And discussion of latest developments in All phases of rows and cily telemetry. Moises Sando by noon today Dele Gates and 325 exhibitors had who was Dis registered. Missed by the City nov. 27, last year s conference in if Fil. Sinks in each of Washington d. A. Registered about but Many of these were from the Washington action each of the other six Phis for lost wages in All counts. He was later reinstated by City manager Edmund Engel and resigned. A jury of 10 men and two hearing the Case. Women is closed intersections list is revised the City today announced this revision in closed Down town intersections Lead so is open All the Way. The intersections of seventh and Coal so and eighth and Silver so will be closed Sev eral Days because of the metropolitan sewer project area. Industry in addition to its sponsorship provides com Mercial exhibits to show the latest developments in Tele Melric techniques and equip ment. Some 68 exhibits Are set up on the second and third floors of Albuquerque National Bank across the Accident facts in Albuquerque 1963 2988 1962 accidents to Date 2s71 1963 injuries 986 1962 injuries same Dite 305 1863 deaths 1962 deaths same Riate 6 the exhibits to the Public. In keeping with the conference is Are not open its nature served by has Short life Santa be May 20 up Bill passed by the re cell legislature will be in effect Only 24 Days because another Bill the legislature passed conflicts with it and will repeal it the attorney general ruled Loday. The new Law defining the conditions of suspension and deferment of criminal sentences will be repealed by a new Law on july 1 when the criminal code goes into effect. Asst. Ally. Gen. Oliver e. Payne in answer to a ques Tion by dist. Judge w. T. Scoggin of los Cruces said the entire Section of the state Law amended by sen ate Bill 30 will be repealed not just the por Liun which is in conflict with the criminal code. The other new Law is House Bill 10. Small Tornado hits Roswell 20 we Small Tornado smashed into the Roswell area sunday after noon uprooting Trees smash ing tourist shelters and Demol Ishing an air plane hangar. The Tornado accompanied by rain Hail and dust hit about 5 . Sunday in the Bottom less lakes state Park area. Tourist shelters and Trees n the Park were knocked Over and other minor damage occurred. An air plane hangar owned by w. T. Clark of East grand Plains blew Down. Presidential Praise presi Dent John f. Kennedy left lauded the Long work of . Sen. Clinton p. Anderson d-n.m., in behalf of conservation today at the White House. Standing next to the Albuquerque senator is his granddaughter Mary Elizabeth Roberts 7. Be Hind the senator is mrs. Anderson and behind her is their son Sher Burne Anderson. Up telephoto slim Chance for Shower the temperatures up again tomorrow after go somewhat cooler Day today brought on by afternoon Cloud Ness. There also was a Poss Billy that a Brief Thunder Shower May come along this evening. The forecaster was not predicting any wind today. The vinyls hit a top Speed of 43 Miles per hour yesterday. A High temperature of 7e degrees was expected today allowed by lows of 44 in the Valley and 48 Al the support Early tomorrow morning. The i tomorrow will be 85 compared Wilh yesterday s Peak of 90. The Low this morn no in All directions was 48 degrees. The Normal mean temperature for today is 66 degrees. The 90 i the extremes for this Dale n 1961 and 37 in 1960. Relative humidity at 9 . Was 51 per cent. Sunrise tomorrow occurs at and Sunset at the Rio Grande s stage Here to Day was Down to 2.83 feet Iff slightly from yesterday s Evel of 2.85 feet. Two county commissioners today said that Middle Rio Grande conservancy District land will be sprayed again mosquitoes with or without a Legal agreement with the District. The statements came As the county s Mosquito control pro ram appeared to bog Down in a Jumble of Legal questions the a Rcd Board last week promised the county an agree Mentlo enter mid Rio prop Erly so Long As the county assumed full responsibility Fot any damage to the property or to crops milk and animals rom insecticides used. No agreement today the county still had t Vecei Eccl the agreement. Huball mid Rio chief Engi Neer and spokesman when asked by the Tribune what Lappe cd to the agreement 72 farms eligible Here in wheat vote Row in by Marlys Duran Bernalillo county w heal Farmers will vote nere Tomor room 110 Al 1019 tire on the 10r4 wheat marketing quotas. The polls will be open from 8 . To 6 . Those Eligi ble to Vole Are Farmers with wheat allotments of More than 15 acres and any farm with allotments of less than 15 acres who registered with the county office before May 13. 72 in county a county office spokesman said there arc 72 wheat farms n Bernalillo county Wilh 55 of them failing in the under 15 acres Calegory. There arc More than .72 votes possible however because both own ers and operators of f a r m s and their wives May Voie. Farmers who own farms in other counties but reside Here May also vote in this county. The spokesman said nation Al quotas have been a p Iro cd in the past 10 wheal Sunshine Chart this is the 140th Day of 1963 the Sun has shorn Here on 52.1. Consecutive Days crops by 68 per cent to 87 per of the Farmers voting. Cent the r e f u r e n d u m is de Lerminez on a National basis. If More than one third of the Farmers vote no to the referee him Thorp will he no wheal quotas in 1964. Another referendum would be held again for 1065 quotas How Var. A yes vote on the referendum would approve the follow ing farm allotments equal to to per cent of the 1963 allot ment or an average of million acres. National in Arkelin Quola of 1.2 billion bushels. Payment for diversion of acreage from wheat to Conser vation uses for Farmers com plying with the 1964 wheal allotments. Voluntary reduction Opportunity for each wheat grower to voluntarily reduce his allotment and devote the acreage to conservation with ibis acreage eligible for diversion payments. A two Price arrangement whereby most of each parti-1 Cipa Ting grower s wheat would be eligible for Price supports1 a Bushel and the balance a Bushel on a average basis spraying loan gets approval from state i could t Tell you a thing about then he suggested contacting mid Rio attorney Martin Edwin threat. Or. Threet said he in lend o draw up the agreement Afler a further talk with at Orney William j. Bingham the county in the Jon rovers. He said it s sub act to approval by both the mid Rio Board and the county. County commissioner har Kinney declared if we Don t get the agreement we will get rough anyway As fat is i m concerned. We be been jabbing them mid Rio Long enough. We May quit collecting tins a 7tioney the District oper ates on. If they continue e uncooperative we May even withhold Money we have collected until they get More cooperative. What the county spends collecting this Money from those who live in the conservancy District is costing of Nore than what they re pay ing us to collect in. All the notices Billing and bookkeeping is costing taxpayers Mon All Over the county people who Aren t even in the Dis says it s unreasonable their refusal to let us use heir equipment and property o Spray is completely unreasonable because the health of he people is concerned. We baseball today All night american Minnesota at Boston los Angeles at Cleve and Chicago at Washington Detroit at Baltimore. Only amps scheduled. National Pittsburgh at Houston. Only game scheduled. Will just do it Spray on mid Rio land even if we have to have the sheriff along to pro led us. Or. Kinney was asked a he i h o u g h i the slate or the county should pay for the Job Afler he was told commission chairman Vance Mauney bad said maybe the state should assume the Mosquito control responsibility. We can keep passing the Buck until the mosquitoes Lake Kinney replied. It should he a local Job. The county should nay for county commissioner Ger Ald Cornelius expressed Sim Ilar views to Kinney s. Or. Cornelius said gov. Jack m. Campbell has authorized a state loan to the county for Mosquito control this summer. He said he will urge the commission to accept the loan at its meeting Al tonight at 319 fourth new. Kinney said he s in favor of i loan but would like to see f the sum to be borrowed could be reduced any. Or. Leslie Mackey District in Altai officer has estimated the county must have at least to do the Job properly this summer. Negro pupils Are expelled Birmingham ala., May 20 Birmingham Board of Erin rating today expelled or need action now he Tel is Garden guests dinner honors local senator in capital tonight Washington May 20 president Kennedy wants to preserve the nation s resources natural w o n d e r s and wilderness areas and he said today he Hopes to see some of them this fall. The president said he Hopes to make a trip to the mid West the Rocky mountains and the southwestern parts of the country. He said it would be a Good idea for All of us in Washington to do this and for the people of the country generally to do the same thing. Kennedy spoke about his travel Hopes to representatives of a dozen private organizations interested in conservation and particularly to sen. Clinton p. Anderson d n. M. They gathered in the White House Rose Garden. The organizations Are Hon Oring Anderson Al a dinner tonight but Kennedy was not expected to attend. Worked hard the chief executive lauded Anderson today As a Man who had worked hard All his life to preserve the heritage of natural resources. These Kennedy said Are going to be endangered because of an increase in population and Industrial development unless there is action now not 10 years from Kennedy has recommended legislation to preserve Wilder Ness areas promote outdoor spots and guard natural resources. He said he appreciated Anderson s work the wilderness Bill a n d other legislation in recent ears and his Long record of accomplishment in this Field. Anderson told the president hat conservationists worm Ike to see you get out with his group of men and see that they Are doing in the Vay of preservation. That was the Cue for Ken Nedy to say he hoped to do in a trip this fall. Mary Roberts there seven year old Mary Roberts of Albuquerque t.m., was standing beside the Nealor. And Anderson told Kennedy he had brought his granddaughter along be cause the work you do for her s going to count in the fun ,ure." Kennedy said the very list if organizations interested in Onset vation indicates the necessity of not taking any our great natural resources r their Protection he said requires very dedicated work it Only by the National gov rement but also by private j organizations. Ius Penci pupils who were arrested for participating in desegregation activities. Or. Tirico right school superintendent said in a letter that the Board voted to expel pupils Over 16 and suspend those if years old and Youmg r. The Board letter said that the a mails could apply for summer school to make up the work the pupils can apply for re admission for the fall term the Doard ruled but they will lose he final semester s work. Liston to referee Sonny Liston world s heavy Veight Champion will appear n Albuquerque As referee of he Southwest welterweight championship bout in civic auditorium on May 30. The 12 round fight pro moved by Louis red Valonia matches Mel Barker against Dallas Urtis cokes the no. 4 rank no welterweight in tha world. Tribune capital Bureau Washington May 20 tomorrow May be Gordon Cooper Day in Washington but today belongs to sen. Clinton p. Anderson d n. M. He is being honoured tonight at a dinner Given by 12 conservation societies and so Many people want to take part that the arrangements committee has a waiting list see Page at inside your Tribune today comics ._______b-13 crossword Puzzle _____b-13 editorials .a-4 Harrison _____________b-5 inquiring reporter_____a-12 patterns Pony express_________a-4 Public forum .a-4 Ruark .a-4 sports.----b-l-2 Sturnes ______________a-4 taylor.a-4 Heaters .b-6 to page________.a-15 weather data .a-15 Wilson .a-4 women s news .a-8-7

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