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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - July 21, 1973, Albuquerque, New Mexico A-2 Albuquerque Tribune so Turnoy july 21, 1973 the trip mimic g to solve your problems colus42-2377 q i have a Jer selam Cherry Plant. I m having trouble with the blooms falling off. If i water much the leaves turn yellow and then fall off. What can i do . A your problem could be that you re watering too much or providing the Plant with improper drainage says mrs. E. S. Lewis a Plant expert and a leading Gardener in town. The Plant s symptoms would indicate this anyway. If it in t the water it might be that the Plant soil has insects or Nernst Deg. Should this be the Case the easiest thing might be just to Start Over again using sterilized soil. It would be a Good idea too to Check with your nurseryman. Q who s responsible for weeds in schoolyards they re knee High now at Montezuma elementary school. , a Montezuma principal Mabel Riebe is much aware of that fact. She reports she has discussed the weeds with the maintenance department and has been told the school is on the list for Weed cutting. With so Many schools to look after and with the recent heavy Rains the weeds in some schoolyards Are get Ting ahead of the maintenance Crews. In addition summertime Means there s not the steady Patter of tiny feet to keep Down the weeds. Q where can a person ret quinces Here . A they re available in markets in season Points out Jim Hutchinson of the Hutchinson fruit co. The quince is mostly an autumn fruit used for making Jel lies and preserves. However in our area we be Dis covered that m. R. Eschmann of Corrales grows quinces and has some of the fruit available now. You May drop him a card at Box 256, Corrales . 87048. Quinces Are not grown to any great degree around Here. Q can you please give me some instructions on How to care for leather hiking boots. Oiling what to do when they get wet Etc. A million thinks. . A you appear to have guessed the answer. Keeping the boots oiled properly will provide the Best care. A Boot shop owner suggests you Oil them once or twice a week if the weather is Rainy As it has been lately. This will help them resist water. In dry weather oiling them once or twice a month will help. If you Wear them out in the rain it s a Good practice to Oil them Well after they have dried As the water will have displaced the Oil in the leather. Q what s the Legal age that a Young Penon can leave Home without hit parents being allowed to come after him -m.m. A at this Point in time a person legally comes of age when he turns 18. This would include leaving with some few exceptions. Sound off How about it new Mexico what Are we waiting for recent stories As Well Ai an editorial in the trib Une have told of the Success of the new Banning flip top cant Gad non returnable bottles in Oregon. This his eliminated 81 per cent of and can train along Oregon highways to Tuquet How. And on top of this the Ato Riei report to Numen ire paying leu for soft drinks and Beer since the ban. More can you ask the next time our legislature meets i m for prodding our lawmakers to take a Good hard look it these reports and then to act accordingly. I for one believe such Laws As that one in Oregon will work everywhere. People who litter Are usually thoughtless so it does t do any Good to Appeal to their Community spirit. You have to hit them in the pocketbook. If cans Are outlawed and every bottle is Worth Nickel or dime they re not about to throw Money out their car windows. We in new Mexico might be Able to clean up our highways too. G. H. 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Latin taint a the Albuquerque Tribune a new sperm. Text Ploen j4m300 pull eyed every evening except it 717 Silver ave. So. Albuquerque. ., by the Mexico Slete Tribune co. Poel office Drew to 8710.v new Nondi end Humli proc i Loc per copy by Carrier Etc per Domenici Calls for stronger Campaign financing Laws miss to i Becky Ann Follin a distributive Edu cation student at technical vocational Institute was crowned miss t i Friday during festivities that included an evening dance. State allocated million Tribune Washington Bureau Washington an appropriations Bill calling for nearly million in expenditures of new mexi co has been approved by the . Striate appropriations committee. Sen. Joseph m. Montoya a member of the commit tee said the projects approved include the atomic Energy commission weapons program million. Of the total about Mil lion would be spent at new Mexico s dec project Sites including los Alamos. Geothermal Energy re search million. Of the total million would be spent to carry out research at los Alamos. Animas la Plata River project the Money would be spent for developing flows of the Animos and la Plata Rivers to make better use of water for irrigation recreation and Industry. Brantley dam to be used for planning the promo cd s46.5 million project that would provide Square feet of Stor age water near Carlsbad. Elephant Butte irrigation project which would be used for continuing a study aimed at modernizing the 100-year-old Earth canal system. National Security and resources study Center the science Cen Ter would be constructed at los Alamos with the initial funds being used for design and engineering work on the proposed million project. By Mike Clancy Tribune staff writer sen. Pete Domenici today called for stronger state and Federal Laws regulating election Campaign Finan dining to avoid confusing county commissioner chairman James Corky Morris revealed Friday that due to some contributions to Domenici s unsuccessful 1970 gubernatorial Campaign were not reported. Or. Morris was Campaign finance manager for do Menici at that time. Sen. Domenici told the Tribune today from his Washington Home that state and Federal Laws need to be reworked so everyone knows exactly where he stands. I Hope this thing never happens he said. Domenici said the . Senate will begin to debate Campaign Laws monday. I will support action setting rigorous restrictions on political campaigns. And i Hope Congress will set a Clear limit on maximum spending of All kinds specifically staring How Long a Campaign May be conducted and making Clear who will enforce such he said. I have committed my self to advocating total Dis closure Laws even As far Down As and that should be on both the disbursing and receiving ends. I feel As do Many Sena tors that a candidate should not have to solicit funds continually. It takes up a lot of time to be calling and visiting people for Money during a Campaign week after Domenici said. Morris said in out of state contributions was not reported. Morris also revealed that from in state contributions required by Law to be reported were put into a Bank account with out of state funds and not reported. Morris said staff Mem Bers in the Campaign had been advised that it was not necessary to report out of state contributions. All of these contributions were a reportable under the Law then prevail ing As i was advised by Legal counsel at that Morris said in a report to Domenici. They Are publicly re ported now to carry out your orders for a full and candid he said. Morris said the trans Fer of the from in state funds to out of state accounts was a As explanation of the error which led to their being deposited in the wrong account i can Only say this was a period of some confusion with staff members anxious to return to their Normal livelihoods after a political defeat. Domenici was Defeated by gov. Bruce King in that election. As explanation of my failure to include them in the formal report to the state i can Only explain that i believed All funds in this particular account were in fact a reportable under the Morris said. I am fully responsible for not reporting the which should have been he said. The review of the 1970 funds was ordered by Domenici after Chicago insurance magnate w. Clement Stone revealed he had contributed to the Campaign. Domenici said he was asked if he had received such a contribution. I had no recollection of such a contribution and no records available to me. I immediately asked my Campaign manager mor Ris to Institute a search of All financial records of that he said. I have called for a full disclosure and now the people have Domenici said. Cox reveals Ashland Oil gave illegal contribution Rowan Oak sold Oxford miss. Up Rowan Oak the famed antebellum Home of the late William Faulkner has been purchased by the University of Mississippi. It is fitting and proper that this Home of Mississippi s most famous Man of letters should belong to All and be maintained As a shrine to his said or. Porter l Fortune Chancellor of the University. He said the Purchase was negotiated with mrs. Jill Faulkner Summers of Charlottesville va., Only child of the Nobel prize winning author. Washington up Archibald Cox head of the special watergate investigation team has revealed that Ashland Oil inc. Voluntarily acknowledged an Ille Gal Cash contribution to president Nixon s re election Campaign in april 1972. The Ashland ky., firm said the gift came from corporate funds but added the Money was returned by the Campaign finance committee a few Days Highway Bill Compromise set Washington up House and Senate negotiators have broken a lengthy stalemate and approved a billion three year fed eral Aid Highway Bill which would for the first time Grant Urban areas Permis Sion to use Trust fund Money for mass transit instead of highways. The conferees reported out the Compromise Bill Friday after More than two months of meetings. The major Roadblock Between the conferees was use of the Highway Trust fund for subways and express bus systems in traffic clogged Urban areas. The fund is supported by Gas tire and Highway user taxes and was established 16 years ago to build the now nearly Complete interstate Highway sys tem. The agreement if sustained As expected by both houses and signed by president Nixon would Al Low cities to spend their share of the fund on mass transit beginning july 1, 1975. Ashland was the second firm in the past two weeks to admit to an illegal Dona Tion of corporate funds. American airlines was the first. Cox pointed out Fri Day that a corporate contribution to political campaigns is a violation of the 1972 election Reform Laws. We Are in no position to make any determination concerning the Likely disposition of the matter until the details of the contributions and surrounding circumstances have been fully he said. Orin e. Atkins chairman of Ashland s Board said the contribution to finance committee chairman Maurice h. Stans was made without the knowledge of the firm s Board and was extremely he added that the company intends to fully cooperate with any investigations. Although Cox said the facts indicate that stans solicited the contribution Atkins said the finance committee was not told that corporate funds were involved. When advised of this fact the commit tee returned the contribution to the at Cox s request a special grand jury was ordered Impan eled by a Federal judge thursday to investigate Campaign corruption. When american airlines came Forward to Volunteer details of its contribution Cox said he Hopes other firms would also admit any wrongdoing. He repeated his stand that voluntary acknowledgement of such contributions will be considered As a mitigating Circum stance in deciding what charge to Garcia mortuary Gabaldon Rosary for mrs. Clotilde Garcia Gabaldon will be recited saturday and sunday at . At the Garcia mortuary Chapel. Funeral services will be conducted monday at . From the Garcia mortuary Chapel to the san Felipe de Neri Church where mass will be celebrated at 9 . Interment will be made at i. Calvary cemetery with the Garcia mortuary eighth and Stover so in charge. Kelley funeral services for Mary Elizabeth Kelley were con ducted saturday from the Garcia mortuary Chapel where memorial services were held at 9 . With the Rev. James Dowen officiating. Interment was made at Fairview Park cemetery with the Garcia mortuary eighth and Stover so in charge. Salazar and sons mortuary Bazan funeral services for Sisto Bazan will be held monday from the nativity of bpm Church where the mass will be celebrated at 9 . Burial will be at san Carlos cemetery. The Rosary will be recited saturday and sunday at 8 . At the Salazar and sons mortuary third and Lead so. True do services for Luis a Trujullo will be held monday from the san Jose Church where the mass will be celebrated at . Burial will will be at it. Calvary cemetery. Pallbearers will be Max Flores Rick flares Charlie Chavez Gomecindo Trujillo Avilio Trujino and Eleseo Trujino. Honorary pall bearers will be Isidro Chavez Louie Portillo Ray Baca Stanley Calde Ron Gilbert Tedulo Ted Cordova George que Ritana and Herman Martinez. He will lie in state saturday and the Rosary will be recited Sun Day at 8 . At the Salazar and sons mortuary third and Lead so. Fitzgerald and son mrs. Ramona p. Lova to age 75 and a life Long resident Here died Friday morning in a local Hospital following a Long illness. She is survived by her husband Andres Lovato of Albuquerque one Daugh Ter mrs. Donald Mae Raymondl of Albuquerque one Slater Mela Arlego of Albuquerque three grandchildren mrs. Mary Agnes Silva Donald Raymond ii and miss Annette Raymond All of Albuquerque and five great grandchildren Johnny Mona David Michael and Candy. Mrs. Lovato was a member of sacred heart Church. Service arrangements will be announced by Fitzgerald and son funeral directors 3113 Carlisle me. Sandoval funeral mass for mrs. Rumalda Sandoval was Friday morning in St. Therese Church with Rev. Elmer l Niemeyer celebrant. Interment was in mount Calvary cemetery. Fitzgerald and son funeral directors 3113 Carlisle be were in charge of arrangements. Cole Charles h. Cole 77, a resident of Belen passed away Fri Day in a local Hospital. He is sur Vived by one daughter mrs. Joyce Hodges of been. Arrangements will be announced by Strong Thome mortuary 1100 Coal ave. Be. Cower memorial services for Thomas e cower will be at . Tuesday at the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints sixth want 4109 i Bank me. With Bishop David b. Cummings officiating. Interment will be in Santa be National cemetery at 2 . The family re quests no Flowers. Contributions May be made to the . Primary children s Hospital Salt Lake City Utah. Strong Thome mortuary 1100 Coal ave. Be. In charge of arrange ments. Laughunn Graver e. Laugh tin 88, a resident of Albuquerque for six years passed away Friday in a local Hospital. He is survived by one daughter mrs. Eve Bell of Albuquerque. He was a member of the Church of god Anderson Indi Ana affiliates of Winfield Kansas. He will he in state until 11 . Sun Day. In lieu of Flowers donations May be Given to the heart association. He will be taken to Winfield Kaa for services and interment. Strong Thome mortuary 1100 Coal ave. Be in charge of arrangements. Seamons services for Darwin l Seamons will be at . Tuesday at the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints sixth Ward 4109 Eubank me with Bishop David b. Cummings officiating. Interment will be in Crown Hill cemetery in Denver Colorado. The family request no Flowers. Contributions May be made to the . Children s primary Hospital Salt Lak City Utah. Strong Thome mortuary 1100 Coal ave. Be in charge of arrangements. Utz mass for Edna m. Utz was celebrated at . Saturday at St. Bernadette Catholic Church with father John Fitzgerald celebrant. Interment will be in Santa Fena tonal cemetery at . Mon Day. Strong Thome mortuary 1100 Coal ave. Be in charge of arrange ments. Pauling says nuclear War chances lessening Strong Thorne Crandell memorial services for Elouise Crandell were held at 2 . Saturday in Fern Chapel of Strong Thome mortuary 1100 Coal ave. Be. With Rev. R y. Bradford officiating. Cremation will follow later at the Chapel of the Chimes Fairview Park crematory. C Debaca Rosary for Victoria c Debaca will be recited at 8 . Sunday in Palm Chapel of Strong Thome mortuary Hoo Coal ave. Be. Mass will be celebrated at 10 . Monday at Queen of heaven Catholic Church. Interment will be in Santa be National cemetery at 1 . The family requests that in leu of Flowers contributions be made to Casa Angelica s629 Isleta blvd. So 87105. Or. Linus Pauling Winner of Nobel peace and Chemis try prizes says the chances of a nuclear War Are Dimin Ishing. I think we have already passed through the most dangerous period and the danger it seems to me has become Pauling said in Albuquerque Friday. He is scheduled to deliver the j. Robert Oppenheimer memorial lecture in los Alamos monday. He said however the possibility of War still exists because nuclear Stock piles constitute a danger by definition. Nixon said dropping taping they could be used by a psychotic said Pauling who is director of the Institute of Orth Omole Cular Medicine a Menlo Park. Calif. He also commented on his controversial theory that massive doses of Vitamin c will cure the com Mon cold. When asked if he still adheres to the theory Paul ing said this is hardly a theory. This is a Domenici votes Down wage Bill Hope to name u of a head by Early August the chairman of the Board of trustees for the University of Albuquerque today said he Hopes to announce the selection of a successor to Frank a. Kleinhenz As president by Early August. Ray Powell reelected Board chairman Friday said the Field has been narrowed to about 12 peo ple. The screening process is about Halfway compleat full Kex id wire my Pren Jimmu Vociel Scrone Hank u Exi wre Ren Mucie Scrone Hank Newi Pep Mike Nair enter Pete Aee Comton Nantce. New York tume no service. Symke it Tiee free Imreh Tanal Talen Hoto Servo. Alee unfed Bonti no Menor audit Marwitt drome lion. Fly Ane dim preen i Eidum Mihm the we for to Makadon of All Secone Cleek Petete no ally Guerque. Camp David my. Up president Nixon is Dis continuing the secret tap ing of his phone oils and office conversations his tides report. Meanwhile the president Repar Itil a i Tromp fight to prevent the Senate watergate committee from obtaining tapes already made. White House sources say Nixon plans to inform committee chairman Sam j. Ervin jr., , monday of his irrevocable Deci Ilon not to live the commit tee the tapes of Prici identical with water late flour i which the committee if the committee tubes a subpoena for the record Ings the president will refuse according to aides setting the stage for a constitutional Teit which might have to be settled by the supreme court he also is expected to turn Down As unnecessary Ervin i request to meet with him personally to seek a Way around the impasse Over the tapes a request to which might have to be settled by the supreme court. He also is expected to turn Down As unnecessary Ervin s request to meet with him personally to seek a Way around the impasse Over the tapes a request to which Nixon had agreed a Little Over a week ago before he went to the Hospi Tal with pneumonia. The Washington Post said in its saturday editions that Nixon also is hardening his earlier policy on freely allowing White How employees to testify before the watergate committee. It said his personal Secre tary Rose Mary Woods has been told not to show up for a committee interview and an aide has been told not to Sasser about comments the president wrote in the Mart ins of news Summaria Winch he receives daily All under the doctrine of executive White House officials said the fact that Nixon s policy of having his conversations recorded for historical purposes has be come Public knowledge prompted him to decide to end the practice. Nixon s qualities As a Tough fighter showed through his Hospital pallor Friday As he left Bethesda naval Hospital talked to aides at the White House and then with his Friend c g. Rebozo motored almost three hours to his Mountain Retreat for a weekend of rest and planning. Mrs. Nixon shops Washington up mrs. Richard Nixon was on shopping spree to new York Friday when the pres ident left Bethesda naval Hospital. Mrs. Nixon went shopping with her two and in. Roger Toaono a family Friend. Washington up _ sen. Pete Domenici said he voted against the minimum wage Bill because of certain provisions in the measure. He said he sup ported the minimum wage. The Bill cleared the sen ate 64-33. This Bill virtually eliminates most of the opportunities for our Young people to find employ Domenici said. He said he had backed an amendment which would have made the Bill acceptable to him. The amendment which was killed would have permitted Young peo ple to work for 80 or 85 per cent of the minimum wage the senator said. says an employer must immediately pay the minimum wage or abolish the Domenici said. In new Mexico Many employers cannot afford to pay an hour to Young people on their payrolls and As a result will be forced to eliminate Many jobs Young people now Domenici said. Powell was officially elected by the Board after replacing the late Otto Miller earlier this year. The Board also elected Kleinhenz As vice chair Man. The election of Kleinhenz As vice chairman was made possible by the submission of his resignation As presi Dent june 6. Kleinhenz is expected to leave his Post aug. 31 to become an executive vice president with starline corp. Sister m. Edwina Haus Laden was elected Secretary of the Board. She is the Dean of student academic life. Or. Andrew Inarik presented the 1973-1974 budget to the Board Friday and noted that the u of a has no interest in raising the Tui Tion this fall. French mortuary Armstrong Woodrow w. Army Armstrong a resident of truth or consequences passed away there thursday evening. He is survived by his wife mrs. Ide May Armstrong of the Home two Daugh ters two Sisters and five grandchildren. Services and interment will be held monday afternoon at 2 from French mortuary in truth or consequences. The French mortuary there in charge of arrangements. Castillo services for Miguel d. Castillo were held saturday after noon at from the Chapel in the Garden at the French mortuary 1111 University be with Dalford Stover and the Dav cutting Chap Ter no. 3 officiating. Interment was in Sunset memorial Park. Johnson Myrtle m. Johnson 90, a resident of Albuquerque for five years residing at 1100 san Pablo be pissed away saturday morn ing in a local Hospital. She is survived by three daughters mrs. Rosena m. Marshall Albuquerque mrs. Janet Herzog Seattle Washington and mrs. Georgia Volloy Cincinnati Ohio two sons William r. Marshall. San Diego California and Davis Marshall Butler Kentucky a step son Karl e. Johnson jr., Denver Colorado and a step Daugh Ter mrs. Edith Webster Albuquerque seven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. She was a member of the first United methodist Church Roswell. Mrs. Johnson had been a new Mexico resident since 1950. Arrangements will be announced by the French mortuary 1111 University or Mcguire services for Clar ence Grady Mcguire were held sat urday morning at from the Chapel in the Garden at the French mortuary. 1111 University be with or. Charles r Thigpen officiating. Interment was in the Fairview cemetery. Swearngin graveside serv ices and interment were held for Earl Swearngin saturday afternoon at from the Sunset memorial Park with Rev. I. A. Leonard officiating. The French mortuary 1111 University be in charge of arrangements. Wayne Mary Ethel Wayne 89, a resident of Albuquerque for 19 years residing at 1932 Candelaria new passed away saturday morning in a local Hospital. She is survived by three daughters mrs. Bernice Brown Albuquerque miss Mary r. Wayne Whittier. California and mrs. Susan Payton san Diego Cal if. Two sons. Joseph c. Wayne Mountain View. Calif and John a. Wayne Albuquerque two Sisters mrs. Cora Flint Calif and mrs Rol la Bell Calif. 10 grandchildren 26 great grandchildren and two great great Gnu children. Mrs. Wayne was a member of the Catholic Church arrangements will be announced by the French mortuary in. University be. Willett John Robert Willert 77. A resident of Albuquerque residing m 2416 Dost new Paul away Friday afternoon in Ruidoso Hondo Central Hospital Ruidoso. He is survived by his wife Annicc a Luton of the Home a daughter mrs. And Williams of boat Enfield. California a step laughter mrs. Or. Henry Lew Sun of Rudaw avd Many grandchildren and Artsil mag Rmenti vill be and Zacoi by the French mar teary. Till University be. Mortuary Golden Iule Semi sinci188j 1100 com s Dixie Floral to m dmar Wery to my ii imm Ftp wry Mem Trench mortuary

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