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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Albuquerque, New Mexico In agrees to debate International terror final Day of annual to Laphene used Assembly big loophole puts item fair today j of Agenda i Roll it l o m. To if if a if of a t a it Tom it a t t o it s calf Winner Susan Mcdonald pets a Twinky a a one year old Brown Swiss calf she won at new Mexico state fair. Susan 9, daughter of or. And mrs. Fred Mcdonald. 2752 los padillas so said she will keep calf and soon begin a 4-h Dairy project with her new Friend. The calf w As donated by prices Valley Gold dairies. Bat Daniels Domenici agree War labor Law views differ by will Hoffman seeking to shatter All attendance records 35th annual new Mexico state fair begins its twelfth and final Day today after notch ing a record Junior livestock Sale saturday. Bidders paid $61,146.76 for top 108 animals sold at More coverage of fair. A-12. C-4 Junior livestock auction Topping tile previous Mark of $59,649.45 paid in 1971. Top individual Sale for a record $5585 went to a grand Champion calf owned by Shirley Garner of Roosevelt county 4-h. Attendance at Gate saturday was 91,983. Bringing total this year to 674,761. The state fair record of 693,419 was set in 1970 and should easily be surpassed today. A at race track 15.264 fans wagered $808,143, a record for a second saturday. Total wagered i this year is $7372,522. The previous record was $6,214,833 set when races ran two Days less. Get into by Fritz Thompson avoiding publicity and working in virtual silence ranchers in at least three new Mexico counties had their lands sprayed with chemical to Laphene this summer despite _ a Federal decision last March which banned interstate transportation of pesticide in a move to prevent its use. And. Because of frag vague authority tile ranchers apparently did u laity in living rented and it legally. Perhaps nothing would Ever have been said about program if a Texas truck Driver Hadnot lost control of his Rig and scattered 25 barrels of pesticide along us-60 near Vaughn last month. In wreckage officials found a packet of Loose labels to which a typewritten note had been added. The note said a suggested for use on Range land for control of Range land Caterpillar. A and for use in new Mexico effective March to Federal government barred interstate transport of to Laphene for Range land spraying purposes. I v a r c i but de mahr having opposite views on Var Vietnam War and legislation concerning labor were noted Between senatorial candidates Jade Daniels and Pete Domenici in an in depth interview of politicians conducted by j o u r n a1 recently. Daniels a Democrat from Hobbs and Domenici an Albuquerque Republican faced a wide Range of issues in first of a series of Issue question and answer sessions to be conducted by journal prior to nov. 7 election. The two candidates locked in a tight Duel for senatorial seat being vacated by sen. Clinton p. Anderson differed on Vietnam War and labor but agreed on numerous issues concerning Domestic policies such As crime drugs and welfare. Concerning War Daniels voiced Strong support for sen. Mike Mansfield amendment which Calls for a definite Date of withdrawal from Vietnam subject to release of prisoners of War. A a i have talked about four months As a time limit for withdrawal Daniels said. However. Domenici said he does not support Mansfield amendment. A i would not vote to take this Power Domenici said in reference to Power of president to conduct affairs of Vietnam War. Domenici said president Nixon is succeeding in moving toward peace in Vietnam a a with Honor and said he considered conduct of american military a to be principally function of executive under his constitutional candidates generally favored future legislation which could limit presidents Powers in conflicts such As Vietnam. Asked if he would Back legislation to ensure that . Could never again get involved in a conflict such As Vietnam without Clear Cut congressional a p p r o v a1, Daniels gave an emphatic Domenici said he backed a Resolution currently pending in Congress which Calls upon . Senate to have veto authority Over such conflicts. A i have publicly said that even though i support president wholeheartedly in Vietnam i think in future we should avoid tearing our country apart internally a Domenici said. A one Way to do that is to Usa Senate authority by Uio Senate declare concerning amnesty for draft evaders Daniels said . Should not discuss Issue until War end. A when thin conflict a Over a he said a we would then talking about two to four years of government service for draft evaders at a subsistence Domenici said that draft evaders a must take risk of a a a candidates speak How do new Mexico s candidates for Congress stand on issues is hat is their Basic philosophy of government answers to these questions and Many others to help new Mexico voters make a decision is aim of a special series of journal interviews with candidates seeking election to one Senate seat and two House seats. The first interviews with senatorial candidates Republican Pete Domenici and Democrat Jack Daniels Are presented today i pages go and g-2. They were conducted by journal managing editor Jerry Crawford and assistant City editor mahr. They Are presented in a question and answer format with answers to each question Given together for easy comparison. More interviews Are to come. Watch for them so you can he informed on n. M. Politics and make important decision of choosing representatives. This is another example of Many special and informative features you get As a regular Reader of journal. Subscribe now Call 842-2412 for journal circulation. Prosecution under however he said he would a a consider in lieu or prison sentences a some kind of forced service for this country either in military or in some kind of concerning labor candidates disagreed with Daniels supporting pro labor stands and Domenici giving one anti labor reply and two generally non committal. Daniels said he opposes right to work legislation while Domenici said a right to work for closed shop Are functions of individual states and should be exercised through constitutional Means rather than Daniels said he supported any Federal legislation allowing agricultural workers in All Levels of Industry to bargain collectively. Domenici said he would w ant further information concerning present rights of agricultural workers a before voting to include them under National labor relations act. Domenici opposed with a firm a a not any Federal legislation that would allow employees of All Levels of government a sellout crowd of 12.000 was noted at tile coliseum for Satur j Day night s All Star Rodeo. Another record Price of $40 a Pound for a total of $4,400 went to grand Champion Lamb owned by Jacqueline Stout of Curry county 4-h. Mrs. Dessle Sawyer of Crossroads democratic National j committee woman and John w Jones of Albuquerque paid $6 dollars a Pound for grand Champion calf a Hereford Angus weighing 1117 pounds calf was donated to new Mexico boys ranch at Belen. By comparison 1971 grand Champion calf weighing 968 pounds brought a High bid of $5.75 a Pound. Mountain states investment co. Of Albuquerque paid $444o for grand Champion Lamb a Hampshire weighing la i pounds. The record Price exceeded previous High of $30 a i Pound. The Lamb was donated to Torreon Navajo Mission. Mrs. A w y e r a1 s 0 but ranchers got around problem by taking advantage of a loophole As big As a barn. Manufacturers got to Laphene from Texas to new Mexico by hauling it with an approved Label a one which does not specify use of Poison for Range lands after it got to new Mexico Poison was merely poured into different containers and affixed with new labels conveniently supplied by manufacturer saying it was All right to Spray caterpillars on grazing pastures. If those labels had been applied in Texas to Laphene would never have got across state line. And says a Federal environmental Protection Agency continued on a4 i i football scores United nations up a United nations general Assembly agreed to a full debate on International terrorism on a 66-27 vote saturday night thirty three countries including entire soviet bloc and Many from Africa abstained in vote. The item was included in Agenda after its original wording As proposed by Secretary g e n e r a1 Kurt Waldheim was substantially amended to Call also for a in study of underlying causes of terrorism. The vote Defeated determined efforts led by democratic Republic of Yemen to have debate deferred to at least next year. A deferral motion by democratic Yemen was Defeated 57-47, with 22 abstentions. J 39-vote margin was considered a sizeable boost for prestige of Waldheim who put terrorism items up for Assembly consideration after i Security Council failed to act. Council action was stymied when China and soviet Union vetoed mention in an Leader Resolution of Arab j terrorist murder of la israeli olympic team members at Munich last month. The United states then used its veto because olympic incident was eliminated. Continued on a-2 saturday a Celle football results intern athletic coat rare Texas tech 41. Nev Mexico id. Arizona state is k Ai sea Fate 14 to a 44. Ola 22 West Texas 41, Colorado state 14. Kansas .>2, Wyoming 14. T it As am 30. Highland 4. Weber state a. Idaho to Utah state 42, Brigham Young it. Pacific lit Texas a paso 14 Washington state 38. Arizona a Fate Albany s. It 14. Stone Brot St 0 purchased grand Champion v a Barrow for $1800 at $8 a Pound., Bridges it it j8. American into 19 animal weighing 225 bucicne11 by 1 tech 0 me animal weigh aug Cheyney state 12, Calif state. A 9 pounds was owned and shown co t guard 21. Rensselaer 7 by Dwight Martin of Tor Quot France county Sursi com t . Mitchell and son of most Arluro inn put Reserve grand a Laware state so Minersville s 51 Quero Doug i me St amt Delawar v u moravian i it. Dickinson col 14. I Chat. V Aile j 13 continued on a-1i in s rout Isburg 35, Montclair 15 Yordi am 22. By Peter 7 Franklin St mar it Ursina a Geneva College 14, Bethany we a. S Hobart College 60 Rochester tech 13 holy Cross 30, Brown 91 ionian opa. 5, Cortland s afe a joins Hopkins 12 Muhlenberg 7 Kings Point 12. Norwich univ 9 Man of 21. Bra Doewat. Mat t Massachusetts 31 Marne 0 Middlebury 42. Bates Coli leg 7 mount Union 25, prove City 0 Nebraska 77. Am y 7 new Hampshire if Boston 14 Niagara univ 30. Lens College 8 in Unis College is Slippery Rock 14 Perm state 21, Navy to Plymouth state 20. Marne maritime to Rhode Island 27. Northeastern 7 Rutgers 41 Lehigh 13 Shippensburg 24. Kutztown 14 Villa Nova 20. William h Mary 17 Washington. To. Is. 14 West Chester 48. Ithaca 22 Wilkes Toueg 24, Susquehanna sooth Alabama is. Kentucky 9 Alabama you 2v Albany 8 continued on a-2 municipal court judges face Tough task by Frankie Mccarty mailman was very upset even though incident had occurred three months ago. After All it had been third dog to attack him that Day. On other hand Young couple working in Yard had no indication their St. Bernard would bite anyone. He never had and he was gentle with neighbourhood children. And having moved from Portales a couple of months ago couple had never heard of Albuquerque a Leash Law which requires that a dog not enclosed within a a confines be held on a Leash. He was in front Yard but Yard was t fenced he bit mailman. What would you do if you were judge Well. Judge Harry Robins of municipal court found couple a technically guilty a by taking Case under advisement for 90 Days. At end of that time charge will be dismissed if there is no repeat performance by St. Bernard. If he bites anyone else he could be declared a vicious dog and destroyed. A i know mailman wanted me to throw Book at them a judge Robins said later. A and i done to blame him. But there was no malicious intent. The Man went to Hospital to see mailman and offered to pay Bill. But they know now. So there a no excuse for it happening again. If it does dog will have to Case May be More unusual than most but weighing of evidence and trying to a do rights for everybody concerned is a situation that faces Albuquerque municipal court judges hundreds of times daily. Take sentencing t h a t occurs a on a rotated basis among three municipal court judges at 1 30 p. In. Daily. On a typical Day courtroom will be crowded lots of Young people some of them longhaired labourers in their work clothes a couple of White haired women an oct a s i o n a i Well dressed businessman or smartly Frederick Mowrer Paul demos Harry Robins everyone leans Forward to hear what judge is saying a a it a municipal court a people so court a a traffic court a a police court court in which average citizen is most Likely to appear. Yet average citizens until he gets to court knows Little about municipal court until he gets there. And chances Are he will sooner or later. In recent years each municipal court judge has handled about 18.000 appearances Arr Ai grim in to. Trials sentencing. Pleadings. Ifs a Tough demanding Job. A i done to mind telling you that we re bushed at end of Day a said presiding judge Frederick Mowrer. A you have to listen you have to stay Alert you have to think. Not that you can sleep on Bench any time but in traffic cases ifs especially important that you concentrate every minute. That a Why we switch around. It be fair to let one judge handle lawyers court All time and one an amendment offered by saudi arabian ambassador Jamil m. Baroody widened scope of item As proposed by Waldheim and made it More palatable to Many members who feared in action against terrorism would hamper i a a n a t i o n a1 it b e r a 11 on i movements a they s u p p o it i particularly against Israel i portuguese Africa and South i Africa. Waldheim a original item was titled a measures to prevent terrorism which endangers or takes innocent human lives or jeopardizes f u n d a me n t a1 an amendment by Jamaica inserted Wold a a International before a terrorism a defining More precisely scope of discussion which Waldheim had repeatedly explained was not in1 ended to intervene in internal affairs or run contrary to in decisions on colonialism and National liberation movements. Baroody a amendment added to original Waldheim title a directive for Assembly to conduct a a study of underlying causes of Tho a forms of terrorism and acts of violence which lie in misery frustration grievance and despair and which cause some people to sacrifice human lives including their own in an attempt to effect Radical this amendment was largely responsible for winning kit sided margin in favor of continued on a dressed Matron usually with Indian or two. The rest Are hardware on swinging their lawyers. A baby May be Chicano and we flies. Courtroom doors. It seems As crying in front Row. There loudest sound that s opening on tile average is a sprinkling of Blacks an can be heard is clanging of of every 30 seconds and ill ill ill ill Lilloll la continued on a-12 journal Index i action lined a around new Mexico do arts l-c-8 at City Hall a-4 books .c-5 classified. G-4-h-14 crossword Puzzle f-6 editorials a-4 family lawyer f-6 farm and Ranchf-9 financial. F-16 Home living.f-i-f-4 Horoscope -f-5 in c Apitala-4 movies e-10 Obituariesf-8 our slant. A-5 people s column a-5 reach Outf-6 school menu .f-5 sports.e-l-e-9 today a calendars la to log preview s a a wieck in Washington. A-5 woman a world b-l-b-8 plus Parade and 2 big comics sections 92nd year volume 373 number 86 sunday morning september 24, 1972 136 pages in thirteen sections a a a Price 20c weather Albuquerque partly Cloudy today. Turning cooler tonight High near 80. Low in lower 50s. Details on g-2 Good morning in has voted to de Bate Issue a now if they could just do something about world terrorism

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