Albuquerque Tribune, March 2, 1967, Page 21

Albuquerque Tribune

March 02, 1967

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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - March 2, 1967, Albuquerque, New Mexico C-6 The Albuquerque Tribune March 2. 1967 AllofN.M. Boosted The Albuquerque Cham- ber of Commerce tourist committee has authorized the Tourist Ambassadors iorce 10 travel owsine ol Albuquerque. The Ambassadors will promote tourism in New Mexico just as the cham- ber's Roadrunners promote trade within the slate, said Bill Roller, force chairman. Write Others The Ambassadors will write other chambers in the slate, volunteering to help publicize Iheir tourism proj- ects such as the Gallup In- dian Ceremonial and Ihc Carlsbad Pecan Festival. When possible, a group ot Tourist Ambassa- dors will represent Albu- querque al the opening day of the tourist event, and in- vite tourists to "come on over to Albuquerque" after the event ends. "Let's face Mr. Roll- er iold the committee members. "New Mexico has very few places thai will stand alone ns a tour- ist attraction, other than the Carlsbad Caverns and the Gallup Ceremonial. Great Packnsc "As nn entire state, how- ever, we have a great package to offer tourists. We need to pull lie said. "Albuquerque can't Just Eland nlonc if the state's tourism is going to he said. Set Sail HIROSHIMA, Japan, March 2 The Ameri- can pacifist yacht Phoenix has set sail for Hong Kong on the second leg of a voy- age to carry worth of medical supplies to Commu- nist North Vietnam. Over 100 Hiroshima resi- of them sur- vivors of the atomic bomb at- at docksidc to watch the departure of the 30-ton ketch. The 56-year-old skipper ol the Phoenix, Earle Reynolds, said his ship was bound ulti- mately for Haiphong harbor despite warnings ot danger from American bombing raids and threats ol prosecu- tion by the U.S. government. While in Hiroshima, the Phoenix look on 86 crates of medical supplies valued nt Another worth will be loaded in Hong Kong during a one-week Fourth Highest Marine Award SANTA FE, March 2 San- ta Fean Fermin Martinez II was given, the nalionSs fourth highest award that a Marine can win during ceremonies to- day. Bronze Star The lormcr Marine coVporal was presented svilh the Bronze Star Medal with Combaf "V" at the Marine Reserve Training Center in Albuquerque. He is cited for "uncommon courage" under heavy fire in Vietnam on May 14, 1966. Cpl. Martinez, a leader oi Fire Team with Co. G, 2nd Battalion, First Marines in Phu Bai, was ordered to res- cue a squad surrounded and outnumbered by Viet Cong. Exposed Himself He began exposing himsell to the heavy lire, forcing the VC's io reveal their hiding places and led an assault to Irec the trapped Yanks. Mr. M a- r t i n e z was dis- charged recently from the Marines. SAVE GARMENTS PRESSED EACH Except Dresici WITH 8 LB. LOAD Drapery Cleaning our Specialty 4 Great East Albuq. Location Phone 299-8820 SCOTCH CLEANERS March i r__- y SPECIALS Save on beautiful imported mugs 99 Reg. 1.25 ca. en. Delight your family and friends with beau- tiful decorator Stoneware mugs each styled in a different pattern. Serve soup, cof- fee and cold drinks in these mugs. Wooden hot pads 3.90 set Cork and wood combination for maximum protection from heat. Round or rectangular shapes in light walnut finish. Set of 3 popular sizes. Motoatvooil cheese boards 9.99 Beautiful hand decorated tile boards with knives. Conven- ient hang-on-wall chain. Use as a hot pad for dining table. Choose from 2 .styles and 4 patterns. Motoawood bread boards. Leather thong for easy hanging. Select apple, pineapple, pig, paddle, oblong, violin 1.49 Delightful wooden letter ruchs 3.99 In Eorly Americana walnut finish with deco- rative bronze eagle. For your kitchen, study or family real time and space saver. Deluxe spice racfes in Early American finish Single tier with 6 square spies bottles reg. 4.00 3.19 Double tier with 12 square spice bottles reg. 6.00 Triple tier with 18 square spice bottles reg. 9.00 7.19 Includes two drawers with white porce- lain knobs. All styles come With adhesive backed spice labels. SAVE! PC. STAINLESS STEEL FLATWARE SETS By Stanley Roberts Reg. Beautiful tableware accented in Contemporary styling. This 50-piece service for 8 is guaranteed dishwasher safe. Perfect balance forged knives. Choose from these three lovely patterns: Maribo, Provincial and Love Leaf. 8 dinner knives, 8 soup spoons, 1 butter knife, 8 dinner forks, 16 teaspoons, 8 salad forks and 1 sugar spoon. DOWNTOWN WPNROCK HOUSEWARES 12.99 NEW BY BROOKPARK ROYALON IN 45 PC. SETS 3 lovely patterns to choose from ONLY Break resistant Melamine in new fresh patterns. Modern in styling, rich in color. Dishwasher for tsvo years against chipping, cracking and breaking. Perrnoclean cups. DOWNTOWN WINROCK HOUSEWARES Complete service for 8 includes: Hawaiian Bouquet Indian Summer Enchanted Leaves 13.99 SHOP DOWNTOWN WINROCK FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9 DIAL 247-1781, EXT. II FOR PERSONAL SHOPPER SERVICES ;

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