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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Albuquerque Tribune local forecast continue d fair through tomorrow except for late afternoon Ami evening cloudiness today and sunday. Rock . Pat. Off. Vol. 49, no. 12 second class postage paid Ai . N m Albuquerque new Mexico saturday May 28, 106g 18 pages in two sections Home edition Price seven cents 30c weekly 300 flags on Graves stolen Here by Katy Woolston the disappearance of american flags from Graves of Albuquerque s War dead was reported today by shocked veterans As they decorated Graves with flags for memorial Day. Bob Klicker head of the group honouring the dead told he Story As his men moved through the cemetery planing flags on Sticks with a Roll Call that was never answered going on in the background. We went to Fairview cemetery Yale Boulevard be Early today to Complete the placing of flags we started ast he said. About 300 of the Graves Marquette overpass gets priority report lists million in Core work the proposed overpass of six Castro puts armed forces on Alert cuban charges . Planning aggression by Isaac m. Flores Havana May 23 prime minister Fidel Castro Eaid last night he is con Vinced the United slates is planning armed aggression against Cuba and ordered a state of Alert for Cuba s 000 armed forces. In a communique read Over radio and television Castro accused Secretary of slate in two american legion plots and in one elks plot were stripped of the he said. We found about go of them crumpled up under a Bush but most of the 300 Graves a me Dean Rusk of threatening us practically with War Over armed clashes Between . And cuban forces along the perimeter of the . Naval base at Guantanamo in Southeastern Cuba. President Osvaldo portico immediately called in the ambassadors of communist countries and asked for volunteers willing Loaid Cuba against the threat of aggression by Yankee the ambassadors present included those of communist China the soviet Union and North Viet Nam and the representative of the Viet Cong guerrillas in South Viet Nam. There was no report on the response to Dorticos request. Castro said the . De sense department lied claiming that six cuban sol Diers penetrated the . Base on monday and exchanged fire with american guards. Rusk told a news Confer ence yesterday the United states had protested the incident and demanded that such actions Stop. A defense department As far was injured in the Exchange of gunfire. Castro said the Pentagon version does not contain the slightest element of truth and likened it to lies which he said always precede the aggression of Yankee Impe he denounced the chiefs of Pentagon As a gang of reactionaries bandits criminals without scruples and maybe by such improbable and false declarations Are trying to Creale psychological conditions Loun Leash an aggression against our he said. Spokesman said is known no one i i 11 4 if i howling buddhists take to Saigon streets again . Officials will go undecorated As Morial to the persons who took the he added. The veterans groups May discontinue decorating Graves next memorial Day. Or. Klicker said he did not know for sure yet but it s getting to be too big a Job also in Fairview cemetery he added he found the grave Marker of a civil War Veter an leaning against a Fence where he thought it had been dragged for future theft. It s not stated Vin cent Garcia of american legion Post 13, bending Down to Plant a Flag on a grave. It s children s believes Tranquellino Chavez a member of the disabled american veterans veterans of foreign wars american legion and the order of the purple heart. This Means we May go Marquette lanes be tween Edith be and second new was Given top priority at an estimated Cost of s2. Million by a committee study ing the Core area at the re quest of the City commis Sion. The report indicates the overpass is feasible and we can wait several years to build the Gateway Boulevard no. 5 in priority at an Asti mated Cost of s15 million in the commissioner Harry Kinney said today. Total Cost of the first five year phase of Albuquerque downtown Street improve ment was set at million in the report made by the Albuquerque chapter of american Institute of architects Urban planning com Mittee working with the Albuquerque Branch of the Amer ican society of civil Engi neers Urban planning com Mittee. Financing methods the Price tag includes right of Way purchases a Well As construction costs the Esli f o r into the schools Here next of the Core plan should be year to give the children pro Grams on respect for the he added. Vandalism is not unusual these sighed Rufus Willey a world War i Veter an. But it s just not right at Tho veterans had planned to decorate Graves in the county to Mark memorial Day. In other memorial Day events on monday services be held at 10 . At Sunset memorial Park and at 11 . At Bataan me Morial Park at Lomas and Carlisle be. Four clergymen will speak at Bataan Park father George Arseniu chaplain maj. Lee Euler Rowland Adams retired chaplain and father Richard Spellman. Stan Hack quits Arlington tex., May 28 Hack resigned today As manager of the Dallas fort Worth club in the Texas league and was succeeded by Pete Reiser who spent most of his 27-year baseball career with the Brooklyn and los Angeles dodgers. Eichner is elected optimists governor Ray h. Eichner will be in stalled tonight As governor of the new mex Ico West Texas District of Optimist International. Or. Eichner currently a zone governor was elected to i a y. More than 400 optimists and their wives Are attending the 23rd annual convention Holiday inn which ends with the banquet and Ball tonight. Also elected today As lieu tenant governors were iwo Al Etc liner Tho Sun Lias shone in Albuquerque on of the Post Days. May 28, 1000 Bucu Cirque men Van White and Jim Scott. Retiring governor is Hillis m. Holcomb of Elpaso. Ronnie Nichley 15, of Elpaso was named Winner in District oratorical compel lion yesterday. Second was Cecil Michelt of Roswell and third was Dale Hunt of Elpaso. Eight Junior High age bos spoke on optimism youth s greatest a s s c Young Nichley will compete for a College scholarship in National finals in Baltimore my. Keynote speaker at i o night s banquet will be Rob Ert w. Sloan International vice president from manhat Lan Kan. Elpaso was selected As convention site a Cal year with Las Cruces chosen for he 1908 District convention. Two prisoners from slate were to speak during a respect for Law luncheon today followed by in nil afternoon leadership raining conference. A conference of Hie new tils officers is set for . Tomorrow. Report states and the mates should be used evaluation a n c not for financing is to be made through Bond issues federa and state Money. The 11-member committee recommended third study be made of the Complete Cost of the entire 5 through 20 year plan should be done by a qualified consulting Engineer ing firm to handle Cost of engineering phases no conflict economic feasibility studied to determine the Benefit of the development phas be Marquette Pace a-2 Little change in weather the forecaster has apparently quit trying to get us a real Shower so All he called for today was some occasion Al cloudiness tonight a n r again tomorrow afternoon and evening. Maybe thai is the Way to get some rain. There will be Little change in the temperatures. A High of 88 degrees was predicted for today. Tomorrow s High will be 89. The top Reading yesterday was 86. Low temperatures tonight will be 50 in the Valley and 55 Al the Sun Orl. This morn ing s minimums wore 53 in the lowlands and 57 Al the support. The Normal mean temperature for this Date is cd degrees. Extremes for May 23 97 in 1951 and 46 in 1943. 1 relative humidity at 9 . Was 31 per a Cal. Sunrise to Morrow occurs Al and Sunset at the Rio Grande s stage to Day was 5.38 feet compared Wilh 5.22 yesterday. Cat and Deming both reported a Ligh of 90 yesterday tops in he state. The state Low this morning was 35 at Star Lake. Flag carrying Buddhist monks try to Start a demonstration near the Vien Hoa Dao Pagoda in Saigon but attract mostly children. They were More successful later As they led thousands of howling demonstrators through the streets of the City. Up attack Viet Cong new assault launched Saigon May 28 com a Force met Little resistance imported killing 15 of the enemy bind Force of american marines and vietnamese troops launched an Amphia i o and helicopter assault against the Viet Cong near the nothern coastal City of Quang Ngai the . Command announced today. A spokesman said the joint the coastal sweep a three land capturing 20 suspects in pronged assault 15 Miles North of Quang Ngai and some 235 Northeast of Saigon. The continuing assault was launched wednesday and re the first four Days. Also in Quang Ngai prov Ince not far from the Marine assault american b52 bomb ers struck today at two sus initially failed to flush out Many Viet Cong. They re Washington Colling ports indicated Allied troops peeled Viet Cong troop concentration areas. The targets were 30 Miles Northwest of Quang Ngai City. In other War developments a reinforced Viet Cong platoon a lacked a unit of the . Air cavalry division last night but was driven off in a 30-minute fight after the cavalrymen called in artillery and illuminated the area with flares from planes. This action took place in the area of operation crazy horse 20 inflation kicks up Highway Cost a weekly size in by the Washin Slon staff of the Scripps ii Oward newspapers Washington May you re driving Over this Holiday weekend Are costing nearly twice As much As originally predicted. Bill for the Irene Fisher quits Board Miles North of an Khe and 265 Niles Northeast of Saigon. Other units of the some cavalry division uncovered Viet Cong Cache yesterday containing 42 recoilless rifles rounds of ammunition pounds of Salt rounds of Rice and a Large Quantity of medical supplies. The . 25th infantry division ended a 12-Day sweep of Jungles 35 Miles Northwest of Saigon called operation Wahiawa. T h e infantrymen reported killing 157 Viet Cong in the operation and capturing 10 while sustaining Light casualties themselves. Opening set for tuesday Testate system pegged s27 billion in 1956, is now estimated at billion says House Public works commit ,-1.-, Lance society tee. It s to office at gq01 House floor increasing Nuthor-j0pen tuesday by billion. Part of increase million will Lake care of Road design changes. But big Gest part is due to inflation in Cost of labor materials and right of Way. Increase since 1050 has averaged 2.5 per per cent a year but in first i the equitable life Assur hts Branch inside your Tribune today Ann Landers _.a-9 bookshelf_____________a-4 churches. A-5 b-8 crossword puzzles.b-8 editorials a-4 inquiring reporter .a-5 b-2 a-10 b-8 paratroopers move in turn Back mobs Saigon May 28 up South vietnamese Para troopers charged with fixed bayonets tonight and broke up a howling mob of thou Sands of buddhists chanting Yankee go Home and signs calling Secre tary of state Dean Rusk a n d defense Secretary Robert s. Mcnamara it was the wildest anti american demonstration yet in Saigon which has been torn by eight consecutive Days of antigovernment and Anli american demonstrations this Lime a mob of to 8.000 buddhists were led by monks on bicycles their Yel Low Robes flapping behind them. The buddhists and their followers threw up Hasty barricades and hurled barrages of rocks and flaming torches Al the troops. But the Para troopers charged Forward their bayonets shining by the Light of the torches. Mob flees the mob fled in panic. Not a Buddhist was nicked. Yankee go Home americans go the demonstrators shouted. A dispatch from the rebel City of Hue said the estimated government forces were reported ready to reestablish order following yesterday s meeting Between Premier Nguyen Cao by and dissident Gen. Nguyen Chanh t h i j former head of the first corps. It appeared the government troops might be preparing to use military Force As they did at Danang where they crushed a rebel rebellion. Police and South Vietnam a marines in Saigon used tear Gas earlier in the Day to disperse one howling group of demonstrators and threatened to use vomit Gas diarrhoea As and an odor Gas whose foul smelling effects last Many hours. Threats ignored but the buddhists ignored the threats and stormed out inside the capital markets patterns it is Wilh regret Over Sheji nation for the program circumstances which make this action necessary that i Lender my resignation As honorary member of the new Mexico arts and crafts fair Irene Fisher said in a letter yesterday to the Board s chairman. Miss Fisher one of the rounders of the fair said it was inappropriate for her to remain on the Board be cause she was not in Accord with the pres Cal poli the fair held annually billion to Lake care of sex Oil town has received much controversy recently because of the fair Board s rejection several local artists. The j Hoard decided to make the i fair a juried show last year. Lady Bird Johnson s Beauty the Simms a projects town. Nine months of to 3.5 per cent. Administration it went asked con Gross to authorize another s4.9 billion. Committee added its Gen Pond express a Puii Ili Ustiy inn us yen i Oral insurance functions but forum the adjoining medicare office will not be ready to open for another week or Charles t. Kirkpatrick said. Or. Kirkpatrick has been named by equitable As Field director to administer Parl b of medicare in new mex Ico. Parl b is the voluntary doctor Bill portion of med icare where the individual and the Federal government each will contribute s3 a month. Tuesday is the deadline at the social Security office in part b pelted inflation in final year shy new mexicans 65 and older of the program up to Lune Jan estimated persons 30, 1972. Committee Lur Nedlin the slate arc eligible Down Effort by adminis Trion equitable will continue to to raid Highway Trust fund for operate its main offices in building Down baseball scores cat woman who in past Batman episodes has been guilty of plotting to toss Robin into a pen of starving tigers ckuunci1 pow brings her wily plans to the pages of the Tribune daily starting Mon Day. Holy greed hide your Money b c w arc of the claws Iii plan to pock it cat woman and other but min characters beginning memorial Liny. American Minnesota 1, Cleveland 0 Boston 5, Washington 0 Baltimore at Kansas City California it Detroit Chicago at now York National Pittsburgh 0, Houston 2 at Nln 1, Chicago 2 Philadelphia it Sim Prim cd san starts Pittsburgh ill Houston Cincinnati at St. Louis new York it los Angeles so far ways and Means committee has t drafted legislation raising Revenue to cover added costs. Rut grow ing deficit in Trust fund i Force chairman Wilbur Mills to act soon. Aslo safely on he roads it still looks As if Legisla Tion fixing Federal standards fairly Tough ones for tires aulos and highways will pass before Congress acl Senate unanimously approved a Bill last March fix ing Federal guidelines on lire soc ca1mtai., a-9 Kirkpatrick said a medi care staff of 16 persons Lias been hired with starting dates staggered through june to coincide Wilh the medi care training program. Arabian horse show tomorrow in Corrales More Ihan 30u persons Are expected to compete in hit arabian horse Assn. Of new Mexico s All Breed horse show tomorrow at the do Norte ranch in Corr los. The show will begin Al 8 . Classes will be hold of. Adults and juniors. Of the Vien Hoa Dao Pagoda thousands Strong. They swung away from their Pagoda Wilh a great Roar waving anti Rusk and anti Mcnamara banners. They rampaged Down the sports streets until they ran into Heaters a-8 riot police and Para to Page a-9 troopers. The buddhists Cut weather data. A-7 Down a Side Streel and away while. The threat of More tear women s news a-3 Gas and possibly worse. School boards Assn. Post to w. H. Phillips William Henry Phillips 35. A former superintendent of the Moriarty schools has neen named executive Secre tary of new Mexico school boards Assn. He will assume his duties y july 15, replacing or. Tom Wiley assistant professor of education Al University of n new Mexico. Or. Wiley has Lold the Post on a temporary since March when executive Secretary John Aragon quit to accept a staff position with Unm in Ecuador. Or. Phillips appointment was announced today by Leon Williams of Clovis Nisba president. For the past year Phillips As been superintendent of schools in Travan Colo. He spent two years in Moriarty As superintendent three a principal and two As a teacher. He holds a Bachelor s and master s degree from East Texas stale College and has done advanced work at Unm toward a certificate in Edu cation or. Williams said. Nisba received 18 applications for the Post he said. The selection was made by a screening commit Lee of Allen Macgillivray of Santa be John Hall of Roswell s. Y. Jackson of Albuquerque and Williams All members of Hie Nisba executive committee. The committee was looking for a Man with a background in education who knew now Mexico s problems Williams said. They decided thai it would be highly desirable for him to to a former school superintendent Williams added. Phillips first task will he to travel throughout the state celing All Hoard members Florl w h i c h May Lake two or three months Williams said

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