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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Albuquerque, New Mexico Hic weather Albuquerque High cloudiness. High 88. Lows 46 Valley 52 Heights. Details on b-8. A1btoj a Quot a r Zurnal Good morning we re Happy to see the two superpowers have put some Salt on the tails of those big nuclear Birds 92nd year volume 372 number 57 saturday morning May 27, 1972 48 pages in four sections Price 10cnixon, Brezhnev sign nuclear accords Smith baffled. I Home builders unit girding for a fight on growth control by Mike Padget the alb Quei que Home builders Assn Friday appeared to be gearing up for a major a a fight with City officials Over proposed City growth control measures and planned changes in Utility Extension policies. But at City Hall City manager Herb Smith said he was baffled about any a a fight which might be in the making. The entire controversy centers around a plan a still not approved by the City commission a which would result in developers having to pay More i a and the City less a to extend City Utility lines into their subdivisions. In addition developers Are arguing against any new policy which would discourage growth of the City into areas not now within the existing City limits. I. E. Boyle president of the Dale j. Bellamah corp. And a former president of the Home builders association said Friday night the City is a a naive not to be aware of the fact that increased costs for utilities Quot must of necessity be passed on to the he said the action would be nothing More than an Quot inflationary the Home builders intention to Battle with the City is clearly stated in a memorandum being circulated among members and olt hers associated with the Industry. I ignorance saves i the Day at Bank Hobbs a an attempted Bank Holdup in Hobbs failed thursday because a Teller did no to know what nitroglycerine was. Hobbs City police and Fri agents were searching Friday for an elderly Man who approached a drive up window at the new Mexico Bank and Trust office in downtown Hobbs displayed a Small bottle and demanded All the Money in the Teller s Cash drawer. The Man reportedly said the Bootle contained nitroglycerine. When the Teller told him to leave and pressed an alarm the Man walked away and has not been Sera since. The Teller told police she did t know nitroglycerine was a highly volatile explosive. An investigation is continuing deficit tops $2 billion Washington a the nations 1972 Trade deficit climbed Over the $2 billion Mark last month As the value of imports exceeded exports by the second highest amount on atomic arms limit in sight for 1st time Moscow up a in a Triumph for East West sum Mitry president Nixon and soviet Leader Leonid l Brezhnev signed accords Friday night imposing the first limits on the staggering arsenals of strategic nuclear weapons their counties have amassed since world War ii. The historic 13-minute signing in the Kremlin a ornate Vladimir 11 12 . 2 12 . Met in an earlier banquet Toast Nixon called the arms control agreements Quot enormously important and a hopeful Quot indication of what can happen in the future As we work toward peace in the in reply Premier Alexei n. Kosygin said the United states and the soviet Union were Quot making serious Steps toward a lasting peace but that at the same time everything possible should be done to eliminate the existing hotbeds of War in yet a news analysis. \-2 ceremony took place Hall concluding at a a a Laird urges new buildup after Accord i i wire photo i a. President Richard Nixon and user party c Hie Leonid Brezhnev Exchange copies of signed arms limitation treaty moves made will seek Legal a counsel to help curb Sycel unit orders probe of Black coalition s charges Holiday toll of a portion of that memo states a now is the time that All people engaged in the con., Striction Industry in Albu Quer i state admin Strauven and Law j que should join together in this enforcement officials have taken by Frankie Mccarty fight. If you work with or buy Steps to help Cut Down on the the governing Board from firms who Are not Mem usual increase in traffic a southwestern cooperative Edu station and Quot a Ems during the memorial cation Laboratory after meet a Day Holiday weekend which in i a in other development. Boyle be an fonday Niht a said he has been asked by City state police will patrol major Washington Secretary of defense Melvin r Laird said Friday it is. Quot absolutely essential for the and in the Middle East United states to forge ahead Frith. It was the first time the a new Long Range submarine leaders of either Side had men in i s s ii e s system despite toned the word a Vietnam agreement with the soviet Union publicly during Nixon a Summit on limiting strategic weapons. A i visit.,. Laird called the agreement sitting four feet apart at Ani i8 reached in Moscow a a major foot White velour covered table just step Liming strategic arms a smiling Nixon and Brezhnev a petition Between the and i general Secretary of the soviet l Nion but he stressed communist party used polish America still needs to keep its de mahogany and Gold Fountain mar j up a and we shall do pens to sign two pacts limiting deployment of defensive at a plane Side news con missiles offensive land based on his return from missiles and missile launching nato meetings in Europe submarines. Laird declared the United states must maintain a Strong position was a proposer it is to be successful in follow a negotiations with the the first treaty subject to ratification by count records and other Active the Laboratory is incorporated the . Senate and the supreme the As a private nonprofit Cor soviet parliament it of the soviet the investigation action potion in Texas. I ��.10 was suggested by Wilson who up arms russians. The arms ii in 11 a t i o n 200 defensive anti ballistic agreement evoked both Delight. To a a it also serves Arizona and missiles abm at two Sites and derision among con a in a a a categorically Colorado. It is operating with a including the capitals of Gressional leaders but j. Wilson denied All allegations levelled at Basic budget of $1.1 million this Washington and Moscow. Initial tide appeared to run a a my. Tkel Korri Alen a heavily in favor of the pact. In executive session with himself director or. J. In directed the Board s sex him. The Board also renewed a year signatures con chairman Kyj losxsbtj9 Oiler a Kinney for a clarification of the Man roving roadblocks looking Black coalition thursday night idly a1 any in �?�8 congressional approval move As a the most momentous Home builders stand. A a a a state police d a Semeit a Quot do a for to by Tio i a. Sz7t was of Freez each country s of such International agreement. Record the said Friday. Commerce dept. Quot we Are expressing ourselves ill be aug mint by t he a. J to hear complaints from the has won a Battle that will enable Tensive land based n u Cie a reached by two major Powers in clearly and in simple language mounted patrol and the the Board als0 dec ded to seek Public Between Board meetings him to destroy the Laboratory or missiles and the number of modern history. And attempting to criticize con Roadblock personnel will e a �?oj1 a Stallw the announcement of the al�7 Isu a it i Quot ��?~�arr>m8 sub Marmes on bul gop presidential in Only four months the str actively Boyle said. The courage fatigued Drivers to f uth head of the to mrs decision which took v Hole Sal it debauchery. A contender John Ashbrook of nation managed to Esco Las Quot Quot Quot a a a a a a a ssh Sot i its sol year s Trade deficit of $2 billion. City As forced us to bring Ceram. Who contended Wilson the auditorium of Sycel for the coalition asked is he this matter to a i the Albuquerque police dept and the Bernalillo county Boyle said the City has sheriffs office will maintain april alone the depart come up with no definite policy their routine patrolling and for january through april deficit was $2,2 billion. For ment said the value of imports exceeded exports by $699.4 Mil lion a figure topped Only by lash october a $821.4 million. In 12 of the last 13 months the nation has turned in a deficit in its merchandise Trade balance and last years deficit was the first since 1888. A Trade deficit puts additional pressure on the strength of the Dollar overseas since it Means Gram who contended Wilson the auditorium or Accra tot me via own As eur. A we to each other As l of i Flor a a should be fired or face a a criminal Headquarters Taj Malsoon Thatje Jujj a a a an Cote. Bursts thu Arnond a or hem continued on a-2 journal Index maps of new state Senate districts dist. 17, a-6 dist. 18. C-8 dist. 19, b-7 dist. 20. B-4. Around new Mexico a a-12 , i comics.d-12 crossword Puzzle .d-12 that More . Money is flowing. Out of the country and it reflects on the competitiveness of flmnciai.c�?T8 american Industry with other countries. Movies.b-8.9 . Political scene a-2 obituaries .b-12 but As far As Consumers Are sprays .c-1,5 concerned a Trade deficit is not today necessarily bad since it Means to log previews a la a wider Choice of goods to weather table .b-8 choose from. Woman a world b-1,2 state motor vehicle dept head David Urioste urged motorists to a take it easy and slow Down after five or six hours behind the wheel. State school supt. Leonard Delayo warned motorists that children Are out of school and May appear in unexpected places along streets and highways. Motor transportation dept chief John e. Taylor said oversized vehicles would be banned from highways Over the Holiday period a Normal procedure. State police said the most dangerous periods Are at the beginning and near the end of the Long weekend As people Are Rushing to get to their destination or Back to their Homes and Are often tired. Procedures for falsifying a appeased few of Wilson s critics. Union charges police transfers reprisals Santa be up a representatives of an Al Cio Union charged Friday orders transferring two state police officers to Farmington Are reprisals for their Union organizing and will b e resisted. State police chief Martin Vigil denied the charge. He said officer Ray Gallagher of Santa few asked for a Transfer last week some time and officer ted Drennan of Albuquerque was transferred for investigate a treat happens after their aides and Lea Esau to Strom Thurmond. Is cd Henry that a i into applause. Nixon then Shook Ujj Jackson. D-wash., and hards with soviet president James l. Buckley new York Board chairman Jesse Nikolai v. Podgorny Premier conservative also quickly sex Stratton said the executive Alexei n. Kosygin foreign pressed discontent committee a which is composed minister Andrei a. Gromyko of one representative from each and other cheering russians. Senate democratic whip of the four states served Byi Robert c. Byrd of West Virginia Sycel plus Stratton would Brezhnev whipped off potentially a key figure in guid Quot Check on every one of these 2518 eyeglasses and. With Chin ing parts of the agreement to accusations and Coort Back to upraised shot out his right hand ratification was somewhat 30days to to accept congratulations from cautious in his enthusiasm but action then will be taken by the Secretary of state William p. Agreed a the world could be a reasons not related to Union Board activities. Goldsmith noted the boards Gallagher is president of actions had All been suggested a group of officers attempting by Wilson a you Haven to decided to organize an Rogers and other american a step closer to a lasting Tho ties. A what we have gained a said the final agreement came by a pjs to break the soviets 5 attempting by Wilson Quot you Haven to decided Dur Nufi momentum apparently without to a a a local a i the any this he s decided what you a do a a Erin own Quot a a american federation of state Are going to do. Brezhnev and their top aides. Another important figure county and m u n 1 c 1 p a1 the coalition in a Stormy capping 2xz years a secret and chairman John Stennis of the session thursday night had i continued on a-3 1 continued on a to made a series of charges rang ing from questionable moral conduct to favouritism in giving huge raises to discriminating actions against Blacks and women which had been presented to the executive committee for employees. Drennan was initial Backer of the Union. Roy Hubert of Albuquerque professional organizer for of some said a it appears to be a reprisal to us especially continued on a-10 a a a a a a nuclear balance now unit oks 1-25 frontage changes members of the Middle Rio Grande Council of governments t e c h n i c a1 coordinating committee acc Friday placed their stamp of approval on an eight part improvement program for the interstate 25 frontage Road in North Albuquerque. The proposal now will be forwarded to the cog policy Board for a e a re y the plan a if approved by All agencies concerned a a would result in several Changa at a total Cost of More than $3.3 million and would affect Access roads Between Candelaria and Tramway be. The projects were highly endorsed by Ray Powell who was speaking in behalf of the Albuquerque Industrial development service and the Industrial foundation of Albuquerque. Powell pointed out that improvements to the frontage Road were needed to insure continue Industrial development in the area. He also said improved Road conditions were needed to allow existing plants to continue with expansion plans which will result in additional jobs. The improvements contained in the proposal in order of priority Are a Widen the East frontage Road from san Mateo to los Angeles. Cost of this project a $530,000 a would be covered by paving assessments and would be administered by the City and the new Mexico state Highway dept. A the Highway dept would be asked to construct an interchange at los Angeles and 1-25 at a Cost of $1,091,000. A the Osuna san Mateo interchange would be improved at a Cost of $21,500 to the City and Highway dept. A the City and Bernalillo county would establish a paving District to pave Jefferson from one Quarter mile North of Osuna to Richfield be. Total Cost would be about $416,000 a the City and county would set up another paving District to pave Wyoming from Academy to los Angeles be at a Cost of about $364,000. A pave los Angeles from 1-25 to Wyoming. Cost of the project a $267,000 a would be covered through a paving District set up by the City and county. A the City and county would establish a paving District to pave los Angeles from 1-25 to Edith at a total estimated Cost of about $367,000. A Edith would be widened from Candelaria to los Angeles under a paving District set up by the county. Total Cost would be about $312,000. Answers. The allegations were apparently discussed in the executive sessions which capped Friday mornings Board meet ing. Chairman Stratton asked that the meeting be closed since a personalities Are when Goldsmith asked if a any members of the Community would be asked to serve on the investigating committee Stratton replied a this is a Laboratory of four states working for 50 states. We Are working in the Community but this is not a Community he also informed the group attending that the Board had voted a rather reluctantly to consider the feasibility of moving the lab from Albuquerque to a site in one of the other three i continued on a-2 Washington my a Here is the current balance of nuclear weaponry Between the United states and soviet Union based on official defense department assessments . User icbms launchers submarine missile launch tubes heavy bomber antimissile launchers total strategic warheads 1054 656 1600 580 531 140 a 64 5700 2500 the . Warhead total is greater because malty of its missiles carry More than one warhead. The soviet Union has under construction 13 missile firing subs which could add at least 288 missile launchers to its total. The United states is gradually installing multiple warheads in is of its present 41 Polaris submarines and 550 of its 1000 a minuteman i and based icbms. The ultimate number of soviet warheads is Uncertain because the russians have not yet mastered multiple independently targe table Mir technology but Are expected to

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