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A.2 December II, 1 964 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Deaths and Funeral; of service ar cla Mortuary In charge rangemeiita. APODACA Funeral services for Manuel Anodsca were Thursday Jroni Veteran Police Officers Offered Posts by Wilson By BEN MOFFETT the Bt. rrancls Catholic Church. Bunai was at the National Cwwierr wun uw Sftlaiftr aim Sons Mortuary in OIANERA Amello Carl Olanera IU yearn of age, passed away at hts hernia In Socorro Deo. 9.
Husband of Mrs Vir trlnla B. Olanera, Socorro; father of Mis. Oeorge Kluht, Rlncon, E. a i APnrur Mn. nretorla Apodaoa, Human Rights Role Of UN Described At Annual Banquet The role of the United Nations in the international development of human rights was described at the annual Human Rights Day banquet Thursday night by Mrs.
Elizabeth Swayzee, of New York City, a non-government observer at the United 79. resident of thu city, died Thursday morning at a local hospital following an Olanera Marlon, Ohio, Mrs Fred Silencer. Kalamazoo, and Mrs Illness. She In survived By six oaugniers, Mn Smi vera. Mrs.
Liuicenia VM Craig Moore, Bt. Louis, Mo.i one brother nun. Mrs Eslella Prleto, Mrs. Slnovla Joe Olanera, Bocorro; one sister, Un Rivera. Mrs.
Henrietta Cervantes, Mrs. Mary Kansas city, Mo.i a inn. Jose: 22 grand children, and 24 great-grandchildren. She VL Sheriff-elect Joe B. Wilson said Thursday night that three Albuquerqueans with long experience in law en urn.
ivw.mhi.i' nf the inurcn five grandchildren. Recitation of the rosaiy 7 p.m. today Steadman Memorial Chapel. Requiem mass a.m. Saturday San Miguel Church, interment Ban Mi.
guel Cemetery. Steadman Funeral Home In charge. Hosarv will be recited Friday at 8 at the Oabaldon. Memorial i-napei forcement have been offered Funeral services will it held Saturday at 9 a.m.. at St.
Anne's Church, with Requiem Mass. Burial will be at San HALE Christopher W. Hale Nations. key jobs in his office. Jose de Armljo.
Oabaldon Mortuary in son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Ru charge. Wilson named County Pro OARfTA Funeral services for Rose.
bation Officer George Gar- origin of the Human Rights Declaration, and discussed briefly the 30 articles, which marie Oarcla were Thursday from the died lata Wednesday evening in a local hospital. Besides his parents, who re. side at 2629 Cardenas NE, he is survived by one brother, Jeffrey Hale of the home; and his grandparents. Graveside servient will be Friday at 10 am at Mt. Calvary Cemetery.
Father Russrll Lee will officiate. French Mortuarv in goura, City Det. Sgt. Roy Be Our Lady of the Assumption Church. Rurlal in at Mt Calvary Cemetery The dinner, at the Student Union Bldg.
of the University of New Mexico, is an annual event of the United Nations About 200 persons attended. Mrs. Swayzee traced the deal with the personal, politi with the Salazar and Sons Mortuary Id serra and former city police Lt. Caleb Jolly as the three charge. cal and social rights of hu charge of the arrangements.
ORACE Terrv Lee Orace, resi prospective employes. man beings. While these are rights most Americans take; HOWARD The bodv of Mra. Wilson said none of the dent of White Sands, passed away Thursday at Los Lunaa after an illness. He Is fturviveri hv hia narents.
Mr. and Mrs. Marie Howard will lie In state until 9 men has accepted as yet. ior granted it we are hiuv j. orace ana two sisters, an oi im.
maav evening ai Btrong-Thorne Jortuary. Funeral servlcea will be beM "Jolly, Beserra and Gar- White Sands. The body win oe sent Dy Romero Funeral Home, Belen, to Lai white" this country has not yet ratified any of the arti goura are equally good law Cruces for burial. Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. in tn Church of Chirst In Llndreth, N.
with Mr. Wayne Hathey officiating. Pali! bearers: Jack Wright. Bill Chambler, L. J.
Ingram, J. D. Nelson, I4I0 Padllla and T. W. Stevenson.
Interment i enforcement officers. They GAflCIA Funeral services tot Miss are tops the best I can get cles, to the frequent embar rassment of its UN representatives, she said. 16 Articles Adopted Delia Oarcla will be held Friday morning at 9:30, at Sablnal Catholic Church, with Requiem High Mass. Pallbearers are; Herman Castillo, John Oarcla III, Gavilan Cemetery, Oavllan, N. M.
in this county," Wilson said. No Undersheriff HTTDSOM Funeral services for fUrl Andy Pino, Frank Pino, Billy Palmer, and Sammy Velarde, nurini win oe ai tia-bmal. Cabaldnn Memorial Mortuary, Be- Wilson said if two or three of the men accept, he will Sixteen of the articles have len. Is in charge. been adopted by the General ators were among the early arrivals in Santa Fe for the pre-session, two-day legislative conference starting today.
probably not have a position GONZALES Rosary services for STUDYING REPORT, from left, are Sens. James Patton, D-Dona Ana; Gordon Melody, D-San Miguel, and Harold Runnels, D-Lea. The state sen- 18-Story Bldg. Start Is Near, Official Reports From the Journal's Santa Fe Bureau SANTA FE State Planning Officer John W. Flynn said Thursday problems of leases and permanent and interim financing for an 18-story office buildinp to be n- Assembly and in turn ratified Mrs.
Maria O. Oonfales will be recited as undersheriff, but designate this evening at 7:30 n.m. at the Eighth E. Hudson will be held Saturday at 2 pm. In Palm Chapel of Btrong-Thome Mortuary.
Albuquerque Lodge 60, A Fit A.M., will officiate at the chape! and at the grave. Interment In Falrvlew Park Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be members of Albuquerque Lodge 60, A.F A.M. Honorary jiallbearers: Louis Vrau tos, John 8ml, h. Dr.
Albert Malsel, J. McCallon, James Walker, Stanley Moore, 0. R. Hooper, Dr. C.
D. Mllllgan, AI Newberry and Fred Kloubec. LOBATO Funeral servloes for Mrs. by many nations, she said. street Chaoel of Garcia Mortuary, ru their jobs as chief deputy (Photo by Fred Buckles) neral services will be conducted Satur She credited the Human day mormne at 8:45 from oarcia Mor night, chief deputy day and chief detective.
Rights declaration with much tuarv Cliarjel to San Isldro Catholic Church In Sandoval, N.M., where mass of the progress internationally will be celebrated at 10 a.m. interment Rumors that Jolly had al N. M. Democrats Pick in Sandoval Catholic Cemetery with Gar ready accepted a job as un Barelas Area Proposes Ballot in development of women's rights and protection of chil Petrontlla C. Lobato were conducted Thursday morning from St.
Anne's Church where mass was celebrated at am. Interment in San Jose de Armllo dersheriff are unfounded, Wil dren. son said. "I've been trying to Russell Guilty, Cemetery with Oarcla Mortuary in charge of service arrangements. Human rights, through the Senate Leader Today persuade him to come with me, but he hasn't accepted United Nations, has become For Annexation OAKLEY Services for Mr.
Franeli structed in Albuquerque have been solved and work "will begin next week or not later an international concern, she yet," he said. Faces Sentence said. "Human rights can nev- Jolly, Gargoura and Beser W. Oakley will be Friday at 2 p.m. from the Chapel In the Garden of the French Mortuary, Ull University NE, The Rev.
John W. Ransdell will officiate. Escorts will be Leo Hills, H. M. Orton, Gary McConahy, Larry Mc- than Jan.
1." By FREJ) BUCKLES he could affect the outcome Barelas residents have post- er again be turned back at ra could not be reached for Lrrounaorea'-ing ceremonies significantly. loned for a week, at least, Continued From A-l the national frontiers. Of the Journal's Santa Fe Bureau comment Thursday night. prisonment, guilty of murder a decision on whether form The fact that the upcoming Conahy, L. L.
Oakley and Robert Miller. Entombment will be In Sunset Memorial Parle and Mausoleum. Wilson said he has also for the building were held July 13 and the site has been cleared but construction has SANTA FE-Senate Demo in the second degree and guil United Nations agenda con- ally to seek annexation by the crats will pick a majority But Gallagher said Thursday night Toles is supporting him for majority leader. Efforts to contact Toles were un PADILLA Mrs. Alice O.
Padllla. M. ty of voluntary manslaughter. cerns so many rights of man city. talked with State Dan Martinez, Democrat of Dist.
8, and will probably of not been started. leader for the 27th legislature Testimony in the trial came is a sign, she said, "that the National Building Corp. of in a closed caucus at 7 tonight to a sudden end shortly be The delay was decided Thursday night at a meeting of the Barelas Community fer him a position. He did world is growing up." Awards Presented fore noon when Farlow rested and decide a lengthy, lively successful. lifelong resident of this city, died Wednesday evening at a local hospital.
She resided at 5418 Edith, NE, and is survived by two sisters. Mrs. Pauline Martinea and Mrs. Reyes Montoya. Rosary will be recited Friday at 7 pm.
at the Oabaldon Memorial Chapel. Funeral services will be Saturday at 10 a m. at St. Therese Catholic Church with not say what Martinez' posi contest between I. M.
(Ike) Gallagher is in the ranch improvement uroup and his case following the testimony of seven character wit-. Following Mrs. Swayzee's tion might be. May Accept Smallcy of Deming and Wil Nashville, will construct and own the structure on Marquette between Fifth and Sixth NW. Ultimately 22 state agencies' headquarters will occupy space in part of ing and recreation business, county officials at Riverview Elementary School.
Only 45 nesses for the defendant, Rus liam Gallagher of Eagle Nest Reaiitem Mass. Burial will be at Ban Car Martinez, wno moved re ing Cemetery. Oabaldon Mortuary in talk, Human Rights Awards were made to seven persons who "got involved" when Both Gallagher and Smalley sell did not testify in his own Legislators were gathering charge. of an estimated 200 property owners in Barelas attended behalf. have staged months-long, in cently to 11,508 Constitution NE from a Garfield SE address, said if Wilson offers here Thursday for the bien ROBERTS The remain of Mrs.
they could have turned away. As the trial got under way the session. tensive campaigns for the nial two-day pre-session con the building if the state wins a pending court suit. Decision Pends Cited were: Eva J. Roberts were taken Thursday noon to Orark.
for services and burial. French Mortuary In charge of the ar. rangements. ference. Thursday, Judge Larrazolo denied a defense motion to majority leader's job.
him a position he may accept it. But he has not had a defi The meeting was called for additional discussions on the Donna Howell and Tom Stribling, UNM students who Fifteen of the 28 Democrat The post is being vacated dismiss the first degree and nite offer or an offer for a SANCHEZ Mrs. Rose B. Sanches. A decision is awaited from the State Supreme Court in ic votes are needed for vic merits and demerits of seek ing annexation.
The improve' 47, died at a local hospital Thursday worked "on the front lines' murder felony charges particular job, he said. by Sen. Fabian Chavez of Santa Fe, who did not run tory in the party caucus in the the effort by a group of Santa in Mississippi jast summer brought by the state. Martinez served as a dep ment group has been clamor Senate chamber. The outcome Feans to force transfer of following an illness.
She lived at 618 Page NE and Is survived by her husband, Jesus Sanches; three daughters, and Joye Sanchez; three daughters, Miss Flora Lee Sanchez, Mrs. Fred for re-election to the Senate registering voters. The Rev. The state, in questioning uty under Sheriff Ed Donahue could effect the course of this year. He was defeated Russell character witnesses about 1940, was on the State state agencies headquarters offices from Albuquerque to ing for better police protec-tion, streets, sewe.
and i water system. James Wilkes, chairman of the selection committee, said much key legislation in the brought out that most of their Police force for a short time Mora, and Miss Anlonia 8anchei; her mother, Mrs. Pauline Bar el all of Albuquerque; two sisters, Mrs. Johnny Santa Fe. session starting Jan.
19. in the Democratic primary by E. S. Johnny Walker for the nomination for U. S.
House opinions were based on knowl and also was a city police Mares of Albuoueroue, and Mrs. Jess The group will meet next they proved college students "can do other things than Flynn said Metropolitan Both Smalley, 60, and Gal Thursday at 7:30 p.m. with edge only obtained while working with the defendant. Life Insurance Co. and the Blankenshlep of Los Angeles, Calif, i and one granddaughter.
Rosary will be recited tonight at 7:30 m. at the Salazar of Representatives, Posi lagher, 53, claimed enough cramming themselves into representatives of the city to attorney general's office ob- and sons Mortuary, parting avauaoia tion 2. votes to win the vital post The defense, in final argu Volkswagens." man for three or four years. In addition, he worked about 13 years as a foreman and construction inspector for the city. haar the city side.
at tr Park, Third nd Lead SW. Funeral services will be Saturday morning at 9 a.m. from the San Ignaclo jected to some provisions of the original proposed leases Sen. Sterling Black, Los Sen. Tibo Chavez of Belen A final vote is expected to ments, said if Russell was guilty of anything, it was only bmauey ana uailagher are experienced legislators with extensive backgrounds as Alamos, for his continuing ef will preside at the caucus Catholic Church, time to be announced be taken at that time.
later by the Salatar and Sons Mortuary. Wilson said training for his for state agencies in the build ing. Metropolitan Life is pro voluntary manslaughter which Gov. Campbell has not tak forts in support of civil rights legislation in the New Meanwhile, efforts will be deputies would continue STACEY Funeral services for Edward lawmakers and leaders. occurred in a "heat of viding the perma en a position publicly on the J.
Stacey will be held Friday at 9:30 a.m. throughout his administration, passion." Both have been senators majority leader's race. Re made to seek a larger turn out of property owners or se cure the signatures on peti nent financing for the strut ture. and that anyone who carried Farlow argued that the only since 1957. Smalley also Mexico Legislature.
Set Up Organization Mrs. Carmen Fruedenthal In Palm Chapel of Strong-Thorne Mortuary. Rio Grande Barracks 117, World War I Veterans, will officiate. Interment In the National Cemetery in Santa Fe at 11:30 a.m.. Friday with military honors.
portedly he has adopted "hands off" attitude. testimony by the state was served in the House from 1947 a deputy sheriff reserve card would have to undergo the tions of those who cannot at to 1952. tend. "after the fact," wih the exception of Mrs. Kay Souder, Miss Juanita Pino of Santa Flynn said acceptable lease forms were developed.
They provide two-year leases with options for renewal at two- training. STARNES The bodv of William S. ior persisting, despite per Smalley, an attorney, is in Fe is expected to be chosen County Commissioners-elect Tijeras, whose husband found Stames will lie In state at Strong-Thorne Mortuary until 4 p.m. Friday at which time lt will be taken to Amarillo. Texas.
dependent and conservative. Vincent Brunacini and Ger chief clerk of the Senate, job she held in special leg for funeral services and interment. sonal denunciations, in the founding of the first Planned Parenthood Assn. of New Mexico, in Las Cruces; Mrs. Bell's body some 100 yards from a construction He fought some of Gov.
Jack year intervals up to 10 years Notes Constitution ald Goodman and County WOLTMON Mr. Leo Clyde Woltmon, M. Campbell's spending pro Apparent Victim Of Fire Found lslative sessions in 1963-64. site. 71, ersident of Bovine, Texas, and for Mgr.
John Nunn were guests at the Thursday night meet Flynn noted the state constitution forbids each legisla She is a former assistant The state contended it had Charles S. Williams, Sandia mer resident of Albuquerque from 1947 to 196L died early Thursday In a local grams in the special legislative session early this year, ing. chief clerk. proved the death of Mrs. Bell hospital after an Illness.
He is sur ture, which exists two years, He has been chairman of the vived by fits widow, Mrs. Mauda Wolt Goodman and Brunacini and that Russell caused that Corp. scientist, for his work in Citizens for Reapportionment, the Council for Human A 61-year-old Albuquerque from obligating future legisla mon, of Bovma, who Is here; powerful Judiciary Commit death. son, Lt. Col.
Jack W. Woltmon of tures. man was found apparently Tumor Victim tee several years. On the first degree murder promised to help the residents in whatever steps they take. If they vote to seek city an Relations and the American Flynn said problems of the burned to death in his apartment Thursday.
Civil Liberties Union. $3.5 million in interim financ In the 1963-64 legislature, both Smalley and Gallagher Bovlna; two sisters, Mrs. Raymond Da-vles, of Bovina, and Mrs. Jessie Kile, Kansas City, and two brothers, Jack Woltmon, Bovina and Adrian Woltmon of Tucumcari, Woltmon was a member of the Church of Christ. Servlcea will be Friday at 3:30 p.m.
from the Chape) In the Oarden of the French Mortuary at 1111 University NE. Grave And Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Police identified the man as ing were settled this week Is 'Satisfactory theory, the prosecution said in argument that premeditation ar deliberation had been shown in testimony that Russell took Mrs. Bell to the were members of the Conser nexation, Goodman said, he will see that their interests are protected and that the B.
C. Walker, who "being in Thomas Ernest Bowen, 1212 Taking part in interim financ the military, with military Sixth NW, Apt. C. vation Committee. Gallagher was also chairman of the Eleven-year-old Jimmy Sala- side services will be Saturday afternoon housing, could have insulated Pat Gerber, police investi ing are Albuquerque National Bank, the Third National Bank of Nashville and a city's promises to them are in writing.
at 3:30 o'clock in Bovina, Texas. mountains 15 miles away to zar who has a brain tumor was Corporations Committee. gator, said Bowen was found YACONELLI Mr. Lou Yaconelll. Gallagher has generally themselves from the problems around them," but inst a chose to become active i Should they decide to re have sexual relations when he had access to an apartment or a trailer house.
retired commander of the U. S. Navy, died Wednesday evening In a local hos New York City financial institution. It was reported but been a consistent supporter pital after an Illness. He resided at 7710 Leah NE and is survived by his of administration legislation NAACP and other rights not confirmed by bank offi Further, the prosecution ar by his ex-wife, Mrs.
Lucille Hodges. Gerber said Bowen apparently had burned to death in a fire Wednesday. County Coroner Greenblatt ordered an widow, Mrs. Ruth Yaconelll, of the home reported in satisfactory condition at Bataan Memorial Methodist Hospital Thursday after surgery. Surgeons inserted a valve to drain fluid and alleviate pressure from the tumor, which is inoperable.
Reportedly Sen. Penrod cials that the Bank of New main in the county, he said, the county will go to court to see that they do if the city moves to annex Barelas against its will. here; one daughter, Luana Jean Yacon groups and in seeking housing and jobs for Negroes and the elll and one son, Stephen Yaconelll, both gued, Russell wclked Mrs. Bell 100 yards uphill and Toles of Roswell might enter Mexico also was taking part the race. If Toles gets into the of Albuquerque.
He was a member of the Catholic church. Rosary will be recited Friday at 8 p.m. from the Chapel in interim financing. education of others to the problems Negroes face. knew he would kill her before he got to the mountains.
contest at the eleventh hour, The Nashville bank's share The city has indicated a in the Garden of the French Mortuary, Ull University NE. Funeral Mass will Jimmy was the recipient of Gerber said a neighbor saw This, the state said, backed is $1 million and reportedly a pre-Christmas party at the up the murder felony theory Albuquerque National Bank's desire to bring Barelas into the city if Barelas wants in," Goodman said. Witnesses Say Dr. Williams in that Russell intended to be Saturday at 9 a.m. from the Annotation church.
Momlgn. Cogglola Mower will officiate. Burial will be made In the Holy Cross Cemetery In Los Angeles, Calif. Yaconelll was a retired commander In the Navy and was In charge of the Motion Picture Produc smoke coming from the victim's apartment about 8:30 p.m. Wednesday but did not investigate.
rape Mrs. Bell. The prosecution quoted Russell's state portion is $650,000. Albuquerque National represents Metropolitan Life in the interim financing. Goodman said Schwartzman acking Co.
currently is in hospital Wednesday prior to his surgery. A friend, Mrs. Helen Harris, said arrangements have been made for Jimmy's mother, who lives in Tucumcari, to remain here for tion at eanaia Base. Gerber said a bed in the Threatened by Slain Stepson YOUNG Funeral services for Donald apartment was destroyed and ment to Bernalillo County Sheriff Lester Hay in saying he hit her with a rock when she resisted a kiss. court here seeking city annexation and if Barelas residents also want to be an the entire room suffered ex C.
Young will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. in Palm Chapel of Strong-Thorne Mortuary. Interment la Sunset Memorial Park. a week. tensive smoke damage.
witness stand for 3 hours. SOCORRO (UPI) Four nexed, it is possible they can defense witnesses testified Jimmy's stepfather Is seeking a job here so the family can be closer to the ill Dr. Williams testified he had a mortal fear of Allen, and Thursday at the murder trial New Sandia Unit Starts Work Soon Continued From A-l be taken in with Schwartz-man, if it is successful in its efforts. of Dr. T.
B. Williams that Wil that he was trying to get away from him when the liams' life had been threatened by the man he is accused of killing. shooting occurred. NEW! for christmas Giftin9! He said he had a pistol stuck in his belt when Williams, 59, a former II," said R. W.
Henderson, Sandia vice president of mavor or irutn or conse for your Christmas Male SPORTCO ATS quences, is charged with the bntterfield weapons programs. "The task as June, 1963, shooting death of -u. ai Arthur Al he spotted Allen in a "crouch" inside Williams' home. Another defense witness, John Zimmel of Williamsburg, an employe of Dr. Williams, his stepson, Larry ,11, iiiiiiimi amounts to an extension of 'jewelers fflMMnnnJ testified that on the night of the shooting he heard Allen len, 40.
Mrs. Cecilia Tafoya Cleveland said in court Thursday she heard Allen threaten Williams at Truth or Conse-quences just a few days before the shooting took place. Mrs. Cleveland, a former New Mexico secretary of state, said she overheard the threat in the Buckhorn Bar, which she operates. Dawson Giger, a plasterer, also said he heard Allen make a threat against Williams.
Williams was the leadoff witness for the defense Thursday afternoon, and was on the say he was "going in there and get it over with once and for all." The prosecution rested its case at 11 :30 Thursday morning. Williams went on trial last February for the shooting that took place near Truth or Consequences, but the trial ended in a hung jury and Dist. Judge similar work that Sandia Corp. engaged in with the military services in the development of nuclear ordnance. No additions to the Sandia Laboratory staff are contemplated." Maj.
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