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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Albuquerque Tribune local forecast generally fair through tomorrow rising temperatures. High today 52, Lorn 2-1 Valley 28 Airport. Vol. 53, no. 164 second Gus Oslo cond Gus Poslof it Alt pc que Albuquerque new Mexico saturday november 20, 1971 18 pages in two sections Home edition Stock prices weekly Range Price ten cents 40c weekly and tub Walls came tumbling Down a two ear collision at ii Apfl and Lead be yesterday afternoon sent this 1971 Plymouth smashing though a Block Wall it 228 Girard be. Mrs. Thomas a. Lane said in addition to doing several Hundred dollars of damage to her Wall the car also smashed a plate Glass door. Lujan says Lilac should Start More housing projects by John Atiagan Tribune staff writer . Rep Manuel Lujan jr., today urged the league of United Lalin american citizens to begin Oliver housing projects similar to one it dedicated Loday. We re going to urge Lilac to continue Wilh of her housing projects in other towns where it has chapters lick aus the need is Hep. Lujan said. S1.3 million project he spoke at dedication ceremonies or the proyect Lilac s first in using project in new Mexico. The 75-unil Complex Al 2621 Mountain Road new is for Low arid Middle income families. Flow different service organizations Are said Lujan. In he past we thought about organizing picnics and Sec Lilac Page by family visits grave of Robert Kennedy Arlington a. Up accompanied by sen. Edward Kennedy and his family mrs. Robert f. Kennedy and six of her 11 children visited her husband s grave at Arlington National cemetery today the 47th anniversary of his birth. Arriving in Early morning in a Large camper style Van the Kennedy spent five minutes the burial Sile of the democratic senator of new York who was assassinated june 1908. On Job Over 30 years colourful sportscaster Bill Stern dead at 64 Harrison . Up Bill Stern the colourful radio and television sportscaster with end less string of anecdotes about the games lie loved died lust night. He was 64. Stem diet in his Home of u heart attack. Stern graduated from Penn Sylvania military College in 1030 Wilh ambitions of becom ing a movie actor but lie had to Billle for an la a week usher s Job. He Ihnn Felt he would like to broadcast football games and in 1035 he went to la., to announce the games at cd plenary College. Lost leg in crash following one game Between Centenary and the University of Texas at Auslin Stern was involved in an automobile crash Llinat was to Cost him a leg. Of Italy to Laler called this my big John Royal the president of Abc who had fired me from a Job the year before came to see me at the Stern recalled Lacr. Talker o nurse in the Hall he met my nurse carrying my untouched break fast tray. She evidently fold him that she hoped he would say something to cheer me up because t was t eating. He took the Iray in his own hands Axl came into my room. I can still Sec him standing there at the foot of my bed. He sail Lomo Young Man How Are you going to broadcast football games for us if you Don t Sfern remained with Abc for 17 years before moving to Abc in 1q53. In recent years to had worked for the Mutual Broad casting system. To Stafl Jato by Norjen patrolman Michael Dwyer above said the Driver of the Plymouth Juanita w. Len la 55, of 1408 Jardin so was injured. She was listed in Good condition today it presbyterian Hospital. Police said the Driver of the other car Claud 11. Hooks 60, of 2804 Monterey be and his wife. Margaret go were not injured. All fired up five pieces of fire fighting equipment including a ladder truck sped to 335 Woodward so today to answer an alarm in an Industrial Tribune Index Ann Landers .b-2 churches.a-5 comics.b-8 editorial .a-1 editor s Leller .a-4 horoscopes .b-2 markets.a-10 sports .a-6-7 theaters.a-3-9 to Page.a-0 Bandit hits another store Circle k gunman gets a Long haired Bandit who police said is possibly the same one who has struck at iroc other businesses during the recent Rasli of holdups Rob bed a Northeast Heights food store of today. The robber fled in a Light coloured Van Dritch by a woman. Mrs. Lucinda Crawford employee at the Circle k store 3523 Constitution be said a Man entered he store and looked around unlit All the customers had left. Poin cd revolver to Ihnn approached mrs. Crawford Al the counter and pointed a Small revolver at her she said i have somebody watching Sec Bandit hits Page by protesters March in Tokyo Tokyo up a crowd of Aboul eight thousand persons marched through the streets of Tokyo today in renewed demonstrations against a . Treaty returning Okinawa to Japan. The opposition to he treaty is aimed at Hie continued . Presence on military bases on Okinawa after it reverts to japanese control next year. When the two pump ers ladder truck Rescue truck and chief s car arrived they t our Rel the fire in the one Story Lupe s cafeteria. What caused All the fuss a of so Papilla on the stove had caught fire. Dollar at new Low on Tokyo Exchange Tokyo up the value of the . Dollar dropped to a new Low Oday against the Jap anese yen in the Tokyo foreign Exchange Market on a rather heavy Rading. The Dollar was quoted 328.20 yen an 8.83 per cent Rise of the yen value. The Market sources Al Iri buted the heavy trading to a Washington report that a Bill to authorize president Nixon to raise the Gold Price has been presented to Lac Congress and an increase in sales of Export Bills. Of May shift 00 employees to Kirtland Pentagon to decide on move from los Angeles Royseth Kantor Tribune Washington con Espond enl Washington the air Force systems command Aasc has a plan to shift Coo employees from its contract management division at los Angeles to Kirkland of base Albuquerque. The decision to make the move now rests with the Pentagon at air Force Headquarters the Tribune Washington Bureau Learned today. I Marhc Early iu72 pm ploys at Angeles have been Lold they could in transferred to Albuquerque As Early As the first part of 1072. Hep. Manuel Lujan jr., h n.m., has been informed that the air Force officially has considered several new locations for its los Angeles based Aasc operation and that and Patrick at base in Florida have emerged As two of the most Likely prospects. Indications arc hat the project would entail a 12-million a year payroll. Involves an estimated to people counting family members of the Aasc team would he involved in Lac shift to Albuquerque. Presently he project is at two different High rent locations in los Angeles. The move would represent an Economy measure since the Aasc has ample space for use at Kirkland. Edwards of base in California is an Aasc base but it is in the Remote Interior of he stale Albuquerque is Lac nearest big cily o los Angeles with Aasc facilities. Other Aasc bases arc in Texas Missouri Florida and Massachusetts. Brooks of base in san Antonio is the Texas location. Keeping it i incl despite the size of his contemplated move the air Force has Ijen trying to keep it a secret even from members of Congress because of he political pressures that could build up o keep the Large work Force in California or to gel in transferred to a state other than new Mexico. An air Force spokesman said Headquarters still must decide in the move is just Ifird. Washington calling Coal hike angers . Conc Washington up the . Chamber of Lias branded As obviously inflationary a Board decision allowing soft Coal miners boosts nearly three limes higher than the Board s Post Freone yardstick of 5.5 per cent annually. The 15-member Board with its five Public members objecting sharply ruled yesterday soft Coal miners could have a first year in crease of at least 15.8 per cent negotiated earlier month. The Hoard decided the raise was not unreasonably inconsistent with anti inflation guide if Knyfd Lyric Fri if by Helen Thomas up Scalf writer Washington Ideal n i x o n and Tough talking Union Boss George Mcany Are engaged in a Power struggle Over who Ivill Call the Shols on phase ii of the new economic program. The War of words reached Hie Crescendo level in Miami Beach yes Cray when Nixon addressed a hostile some limbs scornful convention and Lold the unmoved delegates that he would proceed Wilh his wage Price restraints Wilh or without the cooperation of organized labor. Ignores a Lvke Nixon came on Strong in a half hour hard hitting off the links. Labor leaders hailed he decision bul he . Chamber of Commerce disagreed. The Board s approval of the soft Coal agreement Puls the Ful Urc of the anti inflation program in serious said Arch n. Booth the business organization s executive vice president. The increase in benefits is substantially in excess of any acceptable guideline and obviously he added. Booth accused unions of us ing arrogant threats of Coer Cion to get their Way. In is difficult to conceive How the vast majority of he american people can ire expected to show the restraint necessary to make he Anli in Lalion program Booth said. To quiz chairman the congressional joint economic committee called a hearing May to quiz Board chairman George h. Sen. William Proxmire d wis., the committee chairman. Cuff speech after ignoring the said Boldt would be questioned advice of his staff not o Lake 1 about the Hoard s position on on the Cigar chewing Al Cio retroactive raises and Board decisions allowing a me settlements that exceed the 5.5 per cent no decline by enor Mous Proxmire said the com Miller also would look into Al Cio president George Mcany s charge Liat he Board is a slacked deck against labor. The Board issued a definition yes Cray of severe inequities thai would permit an exception on ils ban on retroactive payment of wage Lions is denied during the w pics Ideal who had been scathing in his attacks on the president s economic policies. Nixon disregarded Hoad vice and his words were greeted by either Slony silence Sec mean a Page a-5 or. Fix it q was lie smog tragedy at Sonora pa., within tie Pusl it yours my wite says in was even less than thai. . A time flies hut the or mpg problem remains. U was in 1w3 that 20 persons died and were made ill As smog covered Donora. My c Kix it on a-2 Day wage Price freeze that ended nov. 13. Labor members opposed this i a hike Page a-3 phase two wage Price controls tougher on prices than on wages City panel urged to keep Gripe sessions 190 Young people in Italy mormon missionaries seek converts in heartland of roman catholicism by Edward b. Fisk c 1971 new York times news service Rome the from Salt Lake City pushed the Buzzer on the Gale of a Small Villa in the Monte Sacro Sec lion of Rome. When the owner appeared on Ibe second floor Balcony the youth announced in hailing italian we Are missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints and we d like to talk to looks puzzled the Man on the Balcony looked puzzled replied there s no one elder James Davis is one of. Mormon Mission Aires around the world. The evangelistic Effort to which he and two companions had such a rude initiation at the Villa Gate is the major reason Why the mormon Church is one of the Lew in Christendom that is consistently gaining in Bers. This summer membership passed the three million Mark and Church officials in Salt Lake City report steady growth of Aboul 6 per cent a year both in the United Stales and abroad. Special Effort in the last five years the mormon Mission program has included a special Effort to get converts in the heartland of roman Calno Licisyn. There Are 190 missionaries in Italy mostly Young men and women donating two years of service at their own expense As All mormons Are required to do and by the end of the year the total is expected to reach 300 in 31 cities. The first mormon missionaries to arrive Here a Century ago were driven out after three years. Now icy find Little open hostility a fact that Leavelt Christensen the 56-year-old p r c s i d e n t of Mission work in Southern Italy attributes directly to ecumenical Council Vatican ii. Missionaries say that reactions usually Range from indifference to police interest. Sometimes people will come along and Cross themselves and fell us we re doing a great said elder Gregor half of Seattle. It s not easy to explain that we re not one item that draws fre quent questions is the mormon belief reflected in the Church s that every member is a at the Piazza Delia re Publica one recent morning a girl asked see mormon Page a-5 the City commission Loday was urged to continue ils saturday morning Gripe sessions even if few people show up. You re something like con a. L. Bachechi 533 Morningside be Lold com missioner Louis Saavedra. You Don t know when somebody s going to commit a sin and you wont Losco a he added. 1 Only a few or Bachechi was one of Only a Lew Albuquerque Resi a cols a lending today s City Hall session concerning prob lems of the cily. Bachechi said he was concerned about reports that the City commission might aban Don the program because of Low attendance. He told commissioner Saayedra that if the saturday sessions become a Burden a phone number should at least be provided where com missioners could be reached by citizens with problems. H by ear Savedra said the com Mission plans to continue the program for some Lime in the future and we re just going to play it by another citizen mrs. Flora Gonzales asked Saavedra to see what could be done about providing sewer line extensions for some residents in Lac Martinez own area. Mrs. Gonzales of 513 veranda be said she works at the Santa Barbara mar Tinc town Community Center. She brought petitions with Sec c1tv panel Page a weekly size up by the Washington staff of Lac Scripps Joward is news Parhm s Washington looks like phase two wage Price controls arc going to he Lougher on prices and profits than wages. The Board set a 5.5 per cent wage Rise guideline for next year but let stand the guideline busting Coal contract calling for a first year Hosl of about 16 per cent for miners. Their contract Calls for a 10 per a Cal increase Over three years the Board was on a spot to Challenge the contract ant demand a Rollback of worker gains would have meant continuation of the Coal strike. To let the contract stand in Vilas Oiler unions to go All out for hefty gains. It s now doubtful the Board will even invest Gale be big sell Lement won by railway signalman 1c per cent Over 42 this contract was the last of the railway Negolia Lions and matches of her railway Union sell Emonts. Feeling grows Hal the Hoard will approve other major labor contracts to be negotiated aerospace workers East and West coast though they re sure to Shaller he guidelines. But tub Board gels one break next year will be a Light bargaining year. The Board will spend most of ils sir phase two. Hardy Motorist Vivien this week s Wel and cold weather arrived in Albuquerque University of now Mexico senior Jaclyn Flatow had a prob a thief had stolen the lop from her Austin Healy sprite sports car. Bui that did t Stop her from driving Back and Forth to classes. She just made sure she was dressed to be out in the weather. Miss Flatow 21, is an elementary education major from Albuquerque

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