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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - March 31, 1974, Albuquerque, New Mexico A i done to think it adversely reflects on i judgment a Ford replied a the picked people he thought would do a Good Job. Unfortunately they made some very. Very serious mistakes. Gerald Ford political adolescents leading newspaper 144 pages in 11 Section sunday morning March 31,1974 Price it daily 10c sunday 25c Roberta Loofah it gnats. Northwest Region science fur Winn a shins awarded by the science pair. In years prior for Sartell awards. At last years fair miss fluting of was International alternate. A i was alienate last year i Maas it this year a said the Happy Winner. By shot Penrose i of Mal. And mrs. Ted Ottin iwo burp Rio a in very 24th Loop be. Otti Numerof Ahni Rinmo a the Van de gnaw a am clout Gottlieb Ofey pm it my it gun Era named Saturn Electron latin a Dey to represent the North a Man title of her project West regional science pair at the International science a in a sense history repeat fair. De Itsel with the naming of miss Ottinger from Albu a everybody at school was que que and miss Gottlieb teasing me but i did t real from Grants. The weather Albuquerque variable High cloudiness. Moderately Windy. High mid-70s. Lows lower 40s. Details on f18 l Good morning Henry Kissinger has taken a Bride and another swinger bites the dust. Nixon welfare cuts Kissinger a swinging ends with marriage in new in. Kit Agar photo taken at 1972 football game Washington a Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger who cultivated a a a swingers reputation by dating pretty actresses was married saturday in a civil ceremony to Nancy machines a tall blonde foreign policy researcher and his most constant female companion. The couple left immediately in a private air plane for a 10-Day honeymoon in / a rented House in Acapulco Mexico. Kissinger so and miss Maginnes who appears to be in her late 30s�met about eight years ago when they were both working for former gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller of new York. The ceremony was performed by judge Francis e. Thomas or. Of the Arlington county circuit court. Five relatives and friends As Well As Kissinger s two children Elizabeth is and David 12, were present. Kissinger is a jew and his wife an Episcopalian. His first marriage ended in divorce. Miss Maginnes a new York socialite was in Washington Over the Christmas holidays giving Rist to rumours that she continued on a-6 nominating conventions endorsed by democrats by met v. The democratic mention an expected a pre primary system and took action Unity after the june meeting in the convention Center Here the democrats by a voice vote overwhelmingly approved a pre primary convention system although there was scattered opposition. The Unity move came when candidates for the gubernatorial nomination and statewide offices signed pledges to support the entire democratic party ticket for the general election. The pledge signed by the candidates for the gubernatorial nomination included a Promise not to engage in any unfair tactics during the primary Campaign. It also Calls for sanctions by the party a state executive committee upon written formal charges against any violation of the pledge. The pledge for statewide candidates other than for the gubernatorial nomination also called for no unfair Campaign tactics but spelled out no complaint for violations. The platform convention pattern followed those held by democrats in recent years with 24 planks being approved. The convention ended abruptly Satur Day evening during some heated arguments Over an amnesty Resolution. State sea. Atheny a. Lucero a Ber Luu saved Tbs nmn aant tie busking a 870-491 Rau Gnu vote. By convention chairman Larry Lamb ruled Lucero a motion to adjourn was proper ending the proceedings with some 22 resolutions yet to be presented. The 1972 platform convention ended in the Santee manner a a motion to adjourn during a fight Over an amnesty Resolution. The Only Plank proposed by the platform committee at a Friday session which failed was one on Israel. It was finally tabled by a 7s3 478 Roll Call vote. Another fight was Over a Resolution against the hiring of illegal aliens by american Industry sponsored mainly by the state Al Cio. It Calls for party support of legislation that places on the employer the responsibility of hiring persons who Are . Citizens. Main opposition came from delegates from the farming and ranching Industry in the state. It passed by a 942 456 Roll Call vote. A the convention approved one Plank presented from the floor calling for continued on a-2 by think i would win Quot said miss Gottlieb the daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Gottlieb of Grants. The 16-year-old is a Sophomore at Grants High school. Her winning project was titled a a continued study of lichens their Antibiotic miss ottinger47, is a Junior at Highland High school and is the daughter last year s International representatives from the Northwest fair were from Albuquerque a St. Pius High school a and Grants High school. Both of the Young scientists winning this year Are veterans of science fair Competition. Miss Gottlieb last year won one of two $300 Setal Ford attacks re election group Chicago up a vice president Gerald r. Ford saturday delivered a blistering attack on president Nixon s 1972 re election committee As an a arrogant elite guard of political adolescents who ran roughshod Over the regular Republican party Structure and ended in ruin. He told newsmen later his assault on the committee to re elect the president which he called by the acronym a creep a did not imply criticism of the president a in any Ford told a cheering regional conference of More than 1000 Midwest republicans a the political lesson of watergate is this never again must America allow an arrogant elite guard of political adolescents like creep to bypass the regular party organization and dictate terms of a National the committee he said set its own rules a a and thereby made its own a it violated the historic concept of the two party system in America and it ran literally roughshod Over the seasoned political judgment and seasoned political experience of the regular Republican party organization in All our so states. A Elf there Are any More cliques of ambitious amateurs who want to run political campaigns i say let the democrats have them next Ford who called the gop meeting a a Republican revival a received an enthusiastic response from cheering delegates including a woman who jumped up at one Point to shout a you Tell pm a Ford was asked later if Nixon s appointment of the Campaign committee bid not reflect on his judgment. On Ford said he did not Tell Nixon that he we going to attack the committee it the Gap meeting. Ford listed sen. Charles h. Percy of a nooks former governor Nelson a. Rockefeller of new York gov. Ronald a arrogant elite guard a of California Jota comically of Toms excellent members of the and a a few governors who in the months ahead Quot As dates for the 1976 is Aam Hiu sue nos Suu Wii the accelerator project a in various forms a at the regional fair for the last three years. The purpose of the project she said is to produce a beam test its capabilities and to determine characteristics of the machine itself. In describing her project miss Gottlieb said that a lichens produce chemical compounds which might be Antibiotic. I tested them and i did find antibiotics both of the Young scientists will now travel to the University of notre Dame in South Bend ind., to compete in the International science fair a to a held May 5 through to. They will join six other regional fair winners from a a a a Boa Taro Gnout me state Rne top two winners in the other three regional fairs were a Southwest Region fair. Patricia Cark of Cloudcroft and John Zwerneman of Las Cruces. A Southeast Region fair. Pardner Wynn of new Mexico military Institute and Mary Arm Pasternacki of Clovis a Northeast Region. Jennifer sons a senior at Tucumcari High school and Grqce Steinhause a senior at los Alamos High school. Prior to the International fair miss Ottinger and miss Gottlieb will join a Host Otter Young scientists from die Northwest fair in Competition at the state fair in Socorro on april 19 and Jav Xiva . By we v a if either of the two is selected be the inter nation Ceat med on a-2 cites gains in reducing Relief Rolls key Biscayne Fie. A reporting Progress in a solving the welfare mess a president Nixon asked Congress saturday to trim Federal welfare a pending immediately by Imo minion. He said he was acting because of a the first major drop in die nations welfare Rolls in a number of years a a decline of 225,000 people last year in the program to Aid families with dependent children. The but out reducing on said in Tat pm be made with recipients nixes to spent a quiet Taro. A in recent years a the president mus a americans have Tad to live with a continuing upward spiral in both the size of the welfare Rolls and the chef of the welfare programs. A the tale has been a tragic one and because the welfare system is marred with inequities it has also been an outrageous one to both recipients and now however the Ardc Rolls have dipped to 101 million Nixon said calling this a encouraging evid ence that we Are beginning to make some Progress ii saving the welfare he said Caspar w. Weinberger Secretary of health education my welfare reported at a Cabinet meeting thursday that a two Are starting at inst to turn Hack the Ever increasing welfare Rolls which had become a tragic Way of life for far too Many declines also Ware reported by the two states with the largest Ardc programs a California 8 per Cene end Nam York 7.2 Par cent. Even with the Moo million Cut in Wolfers spending. Nixon said he plans to press ahead with welfare Reform be Sara we Toerper a preparing legislative proposals which wit he forwarded to Congress this year. Sen. Birch Bayh d-ind., who forecast the president s action Friday said then it meant a we can now return this Money to Tho Treasury to fund other important programs such As those providing jobs for those who need Leoc cites City a Job pay sex Bias by Pat Kailer females Are discriminated against in at Toast five Day says. Conclusions of the commission show that the majority of females Are in office clerical work and that there is a disparity of $182 a month Between the average monthly salary of males and females. The determination released by the Albuquerque chapter of the National organization for women now a the charging party a said the City a failed to state ifs formal position concerning the allegations by the charging party. The respondent did however submit die requested documentation to the the determination covers documentation under six topics and in five of them a hiring department exclusion and Job classification promotions salaries and maternity leave a conch lodes a there is Rea co Thimi an a-6 j Hsii a Spring Fashun Section a Rita use around new at City Hall. Looks. crossword dusts wimm Ifim Iii 047 ass. A4. G4. F-4 1-1-7 l7 a-7 and 1-1-18 la the capital ans

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