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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - July 21, 1973, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Albuquerque Tribune . Vol. 54, no. 274 local forecast fair weather through sunday Chance of thundershowers. Saturday july 28 pages in four sections Home edition Stock prices weekly Range Price ten cents weekly terrorists threaten to blow up jumbo Jet blast on plane kills Hijacker Dubai a a squad of terrorists in a sweltering giant Japan. Air lines jumbo Jet threatened today to blow up the plane at Dubai s desert Airstrip if anyone approached the aircraft police said. On of the woman was killed yester Day when a hand grenade she was holding exploded accidentally shortly after Takeoff from Amsterdam according to the airline. The hijackers radioed to officials in the Dubai control Tower that we Are awaiting but they did not say from whom or where the instructions were supposed to come. The officials thought the hijackers were isolated from their command after cruising around the Middle East before Landing last night at Dubai an Arab Sheik Dom on the persian Gulf. There was no immediate request for refuelling or Ransom for the plane and its occupants. An official said the terrorists first demand was for "250 Sand Wiches and the Boeing 747 was ringed by armed police As it sat in the hot Sun near the cargo Section of the Airport. The terrorists refused to see anyone but they told officials in the control Tower that they were holding japanese German dutch peruvian French and Arab passengers along with the Crew. The Airport was closed to All flights and no vehicles were allowed within two Miles of the Airstrip. Ground Crews hooked a Small Generator to the plane but officials doubted it would be sufficient to Cool the huge plane. They must really be cooking out there one police officer said As the fierce desert Sun climbed higher in the sky and sent the temperature to 102 de Grees with 95 per cent humidity. The body of the woman Hijacker who apparently was killed by her own hand grenade was carried off the plane shortly after it arrived with 123 Passen Gers and a Crew of 22 after a nine hour flight from Amsterdam. An official of the air line in London said the grenade went off As the shortages of Bacon eggs Are reported terrorists took Over the plane 30 minutes after take off on a Hight for Tokyo. A Purser Yoshihisa Miyashita 27, was injured by the blast while serving Champagne to passengers but his condition was not believed serious. The hijackers first tried to have the big Jet land at Beirut but permission was refused. Then they flew to Basra in Southeast Iraq but the runway was too Short. At Bahrain on the persian Gulf they again were refused Landing per Mission and flew to Dubai. Loving arms tenderly greeting survivors of a Nightmare boat ing occident at Yellowstone Lake Are mrs. Oar win her Arm around her son Kevin Seamons 16, right and Marty Porter giving staff Pooka by Al Calm Paul Porter 17, a warm embrace. The porters Are Long time friends and Are not related. Mrs. Seamonis husband was among the four who died of apparent exposure in the cold water. Tragedy survivors return by Larry Carroll associated press writer Western shoppers Are finding some rationing of Bacon and the possibility that there might be Only one Chicken in the pot. And there were scattered reports the country of rising prices and heavier buying at supermarkets. Albuquerque food dealers Are facing the same shortages in Bacon eggs and Chicken As other Western cities. One major Chain is rationing Bacon at two pounds a customer. In fact most dealers report a Cut Back of 30 per cent on All pork orders. The beef Supply also is Short. Some supermarkets Are getting Only half their orders for Chicken. Eggs Are coming to the local Market but shortages of extra Large and Large Are being reported. Various divisions of Safeway stores inc., which operates about stores As the nation s second largest re Tail Chain and an Arizona grocery Chain have announced rationing of Bacon fryers or eggs. But other chains have reported no rationing yet. Dale Peterson California division Man Ager of associated food stores inc., said the association in t rationing Bacon to its stores in the West but allocation eventually is a distinct William Gross director of Public relations for Safeway s san Francisco division said a two Pound limit per Cus Tomer on Bacon went into effect because of a temporary his division includes Northern California and Hawaii. In Arizona Safeway announced a Simi Lar Bacon ration and rationing of eggs to two dozen per customer and fryers to one per customer. And Fry s markets which has about a dozen stores in the greater Phoenix area announced a limit of two fryers per customer we just think it s the Best for the most said Phoenix Safeway re Tail operations manager Peter Magowan. Spokesmen for Safeway and two Phoe Nix supermarket chains reported buying As heavier than usual. The sales Are very abnormal for this time of the one meat manager said. John Wells retail operations Man Ager for Safeway s Oklahoma City Divi Sion said customers there were subject to the Bacon ration and added that the limit was expected to end in a week to 10 Days. Inside the Tribune Ann landers.b-4 churches .a-5 comics.d-6 crossword puzzle.a-2 editorial.a-4 Gallup poll.a-3 Horoscope .a-7 inside the capital.b-5 jumble.d-6 markets .a-8 new Mexico notebook .a-4 obituaries .a-2 sports.b-l-2-3 theaters.b-4-5 tvpage.a-7 win at Bridge the Albuquerque Tribune new Mexico s slips from ledge during Outing boy Dies in Sandia Peak fall heroic youth Harlan Kim Jones 16, the Young Man who ran 17 Miles Barefoot through the wilds of Yellowstone National Park to get help for his friends in a boating Accident is hoisted on the arms of his parents or. And mrs. Johnny c. Anderson because of his injured feet. His sister Kay Jones 11, is shown with them. New Airport addition opens ribbon cutting ceremonies at the Albuquerque International Airport today opened the facility s s133 million addition to the pub Lic. Red yellow and Blue bal loons and Flowers marked the opening of the three level expansion which includes a snack bar customs facilities passenger wait ing rooms and a loading Bridge for wide body air planes. Our Airport is now Capa ble of handling any Type of aircraft including the big said Clyde Sharrer added. We re not playing catch up. We have the facilities almost before we really need or. Sharrer anticipates International flights will begin to Mexico sometime in the not too Distant fun dedicated during the fes continued on Page a-6 by Urith Lucas Tribune staff writer five Bone weary Albuquerque explorer scouts slept late today Home again after an ordeal of tragedy at Yellowstone Lake. Two other explorers and two adult scout leaders died in the cold Waters of the Lake at Yellowstone National Park. A violent thunderstorm hit suddenly and the rough water swamped their boats. Quiet but joyous hugs greeted the five survivors at Sandia operations air strip Friday when the res Cue plane landed. Into the waiting arms of his parents came Harlan Kim Jones 16, the Young Man who ran Barefoot for 17 Miles to Alert yellow Stone National Park rang ers. He is the son of or. And mrs. Johnny c. Anderson 1109mckeene. We re proud of the parents said in quiet voices when bystanders spoke of Kim s bravery. They hoisted his arms around their shoulders to help him to a waiting car. Both of Kim s feet were in bandages above the an Kle. He wore Bluejean shorts and a Light jacket. His legs were red both from the sting of the cold water and the race Over continued on Page a a Wypa Mccraw Tribune staff writer six year old Erin daily still asks for her brother. It is hard to Tell her that her brother is Jack Dailey 28 Cedar Hill place me said today. His son Patrick 8, plunged to his death Friday afternoon while on an out ing with a Young Friend in the Sandia mountains. Sheriff s deputies said he fell More than 150 feet when he slipped on a Rocky ledge along the Summit. Erin asked 50 questions last night when her brother did t come or. Dailey said quietly. I had to Tell her Over and Over again what Patrick and his Friend Aaron Gantick 8, son of or. And mrs. Noel Gantick 80 Juniper Hili me were throwing rocks from a ledge High atop Sandia Peak deputies said. The boys had taken lunches and Ridden the Sandia Tram to the top to Gether. Sheriff s Deputy Greg Trujillo said the boys were throwing stones when the lad began falling. Aaron grabbed for him and managed to catch hold of the falling boy s clothing but could not hold on More than a few he said. Deputy Trujillo said the youngster lived about 20 minutes after rescuers reached him on the rocks below. He hit a Large tree which broke his tru Jillo said. Daily said the Acra net people were wonderful. They really tried to help but it was too daily spoke slowly and in a subdued voice. If anyone wants to do Nate Money i would like it to go to Acra or a Moun Tain Rescue team. Maybe if this happens again they will be Able to get to the victim faster and save a he said. Mrs. Dailey said that her son s fall was witnessed by a number of people. A lot of people on the Tram saw him she said and one tourist went Down the Cliff to look for Norman Jones of Glen Dale ariz., made the difficult descent while his wife ran for help. Or. Jones administered continued on Page a-5 Washington calling everyone s sore at Nixon s phase 4 City Tor. Transportation direct this puts us ahead of 90 per cent of the other air Portt in the he a weekly size up by the Washington staff of the Scripps Howard newspapers Washington everyone s sore at phase 4. Nixon s prior economic controls programs phases and 3 were Given far Kinder receptions at least at first than his latest. This time business labor Consumers Are already griping. Business sees a profit squeeze. Under new rules companies May raise prices to compensate for higher costs. But they can t tack on their profit margins As they could under phases 2 and 3. And in general higher costs incurred last year can t be used As basis for Price hikes just those new costs incurred this year. Does t like controls in general particularly when issued by Republican president who has poor average in fighting inflation. Labor leaders realize they face More membership Hopes about wage contracts As food prices continue up. See food prices leaping ahead Are told that prices will surely o up this fall for things a site of tragedy a 150-foot fall from the Summit of the Sandia mountains Friday resulted in Tow death of 8-year eld Patrick Dailey White on an afternoon Outing on the Crest. The a shows where hit body was found by rescuers

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