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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Albuquerque Tribune state five Day forecast dry weather Little change in temperatures. Hijra is 50s to 70s, lows 15 to j5 degrees. November 20, 1971 new Mexico s significant newspaper a-3 Bonus front Page i he s running sen. Henry m. Jackson d wash., playfully lifts his five year old son Peter before a news conference in Washington d.c., in which he announced he would seek the demo cratic presidential nomination. At right is his Daugh Ter Anna Marie 8. The children Are grandchildren of former Albuquerque an m. M. Hardin. Mrs. Jackson is the former Helen Hardin of Albuquerque. White House watch he s running for top spot but Jackson s veep chances better Liy Ted Knap Scripps Howard staff writer Washington sen. Henry m. Jackson wash., a late Bloomer in personal and political life Lias a Good Chance of being on the democratic ticket in the 1972 presidential race. He has a better Chance of being picked As sen Edmund s. Miskic s running mate than of heading the ticket but his presidential candidacy should not be taken lightly just because he is very Low in the father and son buy Gypsum Plant opinion Polla. His Chance of being nominated for president is As Good As sen. Hubert ii. Humphrey s or sen. Edward m. Kennedy a and better than any of the of hrs railing music. Bachelor until 40 it s somewhat startling to see 59-year-old Jackson with his Beautiful Young family wife Helen 37 daughter Anna Marie 8, and son Poser 5. Jackson did not abandon Bachelor Hood until he was 40. Although he started Early in politics to was elected county prosecutor at age 26 and then to five terms House Jackson did not Flower into National prominence until Ilis fourth and see Jackson Page a i the father son team of Elliott Mcdowell or. And or. Revealed today that they arc inc private investors who Are buying Tho million american Gypsum Plant Here. Or. Mcdowell jr., now Liv ing in Albuquerque after graduating from Southern methodist University in Dallas said the Sale will he made on dec. 20. From Florida he and Bis father who will commute from his Home base in fort Lauderdale Fla., to Albuquerque will pay the Sec Gypsum Page but she escapes station owner wrestles gun from woman Bandit a Quick thinking service owner wrestled a gun from the hand of a woman Bandit As she tried to Rob him. The attempted Holdup occurred last night at Fuentes Enco station 830 coarse. Detective William Crawford said the description of last night s robber is similar to that of a woman who was in on the Holdup of Star service station 1205 san Mateo be thursday night. Working alone patrolman Sanford Oelberg said Anthony Fuentes 23, was working alone at his service station last night. Or. Fuentes told police the Telephone rang in the office and he went to answer it. After inc Telephone conversation Fuentes was Start ing to leave the office when a woman entered and pointed a pistol at him. Hold the robber or dered. Pus lied Gnu aside fun cafes told police he pushed the gun aside and struggled about 30 seconds with the woman before taking the weapon away. It s for my the City wants expressway leg moved backs shift from Juan Tabo East to Tramway Boulevard Trio cily today disclosed it has recommended thai the Eastern leg of Albuquerque s proposed outer expressway system be moved farther East. Donald Peterson assistant planning director said that City manager Richard Wilson believes the leg should be changed from Juan Tabone to Tramway Boulevard. Reason for Hie change is thai the City has delayed buy ing right of Way along Juan Tabo so Long that it no longer can afford it. Lesser developed so the City now is shifting to the lesser developed Tramway Boulevard. The recommend Alion for change now must be submitted to the cily commission for final approval. Or. Peterson said the Eity now is planning to Purchase right of Way along Tramway As rapidly As to have spoken with Many of the properly owners in the area and they have expressed a willingness to he said. 300 acct wide the proposed expressway would he 300 feet wide. Peterson said preliminary plans Call for he construction of two lanes on each Side of the right of Way with a Large me Dian. As the1 need arises the Street would be widened by building Inlo inc median. Conceivably this could be come a Peterson said. New route if said the new route Koukl rim from Central to Montgomery be. But it s envisioned to extend farther at both he added. Peterson said the City s decision would affect property values along Tramway Boule Vard. But he said inc influence would t be too is Good land along Tramway now and there will still be Good land there when he auxiliary is he said. Six . Counties to get Hud pre fab houses by Charles Wood Tribune staff writer the . Department of housing and Urban develop ment today announced it will construct pre Iper scaled Homes in six Northern new Mexico counties. The million project also is expected o attract a per manent pre fab housing Plant to one of the counties. Construe ton is scheduled to begin within seven months said Leo Murphy director of the North Central new Mexico economic development District. For two years we be been working on this project for two or. Murphy said. The Homes will be built through the Iid sponsored operation breakthrough. The breakthrough program is aimed at providing Low in come pre fab housing and Job see six ., Page by City seeks Federal Job programs hike the City disclosed today it will ask for a 10 per a Cal across no Board increase for Federal employment programs. If approved the would mean about in new employment funds. David Rusk cily manpower coordinator said he will Moke the bid in the next few months. Up prtgran.1 or. Rusk said funding would be used to beef up existing programs and create new ones. There Are a number of directions we could take with new he said. Rusk said there arc four new s. Vietnam troops on Cambodia front Force poised attack on reds Ity koi1in Mannock al1 Slaff Wriler locked Dooh four Black berets who bad Conn to the Hilton hotel to make a citizens arrest of prison Warden Felix Rodriguez Van up against a locked door. The four Antonio Lucero Jouquin Luj an Ricardo Sawtelle and Eliza Bolh Truijillo were arrested on charges of interfering with a Ful Assembly when they started pounding on the locked door. Station a i see City seeks Page a i under arrest state police sgt. Don Mclroy and Oiler state policemen escort Black Beret Mcm Bers away from the Hilton hotel after their arrest summary of the news c i9t1, new York times news service International United nations in a statement that surprised diplomats by ils toughness a chinese Delegate at Hie United nations Friday accused India of. Interfering in the internal affairs of Pakistan and of obstructing peace efforts. Paris col. Roger Barb rot director of a French foreign Aid Agency believed to be linked to French secret operations abroad said in a radio interview in Europe he believed that French counter espionage agents had been involved in heroin smuggling As Hert j. Stern United states attorney for new Jersey has charged. Washington the House approved a Compromise measure to openly provide Federal funds for radio Liberty and radio free Europe or at least two years. Japanese Radical youths protesting the Tarcaly under which inc United states would turn Okinawa Over to Japan but would retain military bases on the Island set fire to a Tokyo restaurant and to cars brought Irain and motor traffic to a standstill in the Ginza District and fought pitched Battles with policemen. National Washington the pay Board approved in a 10-to-3 Vole the wage increase of at least 35 per cent won by the nation s soft Coal miners last week. The first year provisions the contract were allowed despite a warning from the Board s Public members Hal raises of such magnitude could impair the fight against inflation. Bal Harbour Fla. President Nixon Lold a politely hostile audience of Al Cio leaders Here that he wan cd their support of his economic program but would proceed with it whether we get that participation or Washington Normal and allowable seasonal in creases for cars and clothing were the chief causes Lor a Rise of two tenths of one per cent in the consumer Price Index last month one tenth of one per cent after seasonal adjust inc labor department said. On charges of interfering with a lawful Assembly. The four Black berets pleaded innocent in Magis trate court. On . Office recommendation 4 Black berets freed after pleading innocent four monitors of Hie Black bar cos arc sold when their attempts o make a citizens arrest of the Szalc prison Warden wore foiled by a locked door have been released on their own recognizance. They were charged yester Day afternoon with interfering with 2 lawful Assembly and disorderly conduct. Magistrate court judge if. Richard Blackhurst said he released the four Nufler they pleaded innocent to inc charges during arraignment proceedings. . Recommended the attorney general s of fice was represented there and recommended their release on their own recognizance. I acted on their recommend judge Blackhurst said. He said the attorney general s representative knows the people and said they always have shown up at arrested yesterday after noon at the Hilton hotel were Antonio Lucero Elizabeth Trujillo Ricardo saw Lolle and Joaquin Lujan. Citizens arrest father Luis j a r a m i 11 o Black Beret adviser said the members had gone to the hotel to make a citizens arrest of prison Warden Felix Rodriguez on charges stemming from the oct. 7 prison riot. Warden Rodriguez spoke Al a meeting of lire new Mexico corrections association. The Warden was spirited into see 1 Black beets pm. By at g Szalc prison Warden Felix Rodriguez is shown at the meeting of the new Mexico corrections association. Rodriguez bail slipped past the Black herds to get to the Memling. Penh Cani Ijulia a thousands of s u i i vietnamese troops and armoured vehicles were seen massing along the cambodian Bor Der today poised for a possible attack against North vietnamese and Viet Cong bases. The cambodian command s chief spokesman sat earlier in the Day that a South Viel names thrust into enemy bases along highways i and 7 in Eastern came Xylia would help Case the pressure on cambodian forces near phenom j Only and on Hie northeastern front. Informants returning from the Border area said that some Saigon forces already bad been moved from Mekong Delta in South Vietnam across the Border into Cambodia. Clearing operations cambodian forces launched two Clearing operations North Ami South of phenom penh in efforts to Case North vietnamese pressure on the capital. At the same Lime military Headquarters reported of 9 cambodian troops killed in the first two Days of a Ili ird drive on Ilmoni 1 Canh s Western outskirts. The cambodian command claimed 300 North vietnamese troops were killed. The new of portions ire Cen tired 15 Miles Southwest 25 Miles North of he capital. Doubts attack the command s c b i c f spokesman it. Col. Am Hong said he doubted that two North vietnamese regiments totalling about Iro oops would ally Mph an alack in Siren file on i he capita i itself. More than Cambodia mops oppose the two n Orch vietnamese regiments just to the West of the capital. Am Rong ruled out the use of South vietnamese allies near the capital. That is Mil of the he said. Would of i . Am Hong added however that a South vietnamese drive into enemy sanctuaries along Highway 7 in Eastern Cam Bodia would help Case the pressure on government forces Hoth near phenom penh and along Highway 6 on the northeastern front. 101st airborne begins pulling Oul of combat Saigon a the . 101st air Larne division the captor of bloody hamburger Hill began phasing out of combat today six weeks ahead of schedule As part of an no Celcra led troop pullout to Send thousands of gis ironic from Vietnam for Christmas. The 101st is the last remaining . Combat division in Vic and ils withdrawal Marks a Milc Slone for president Nixon s Viet nation program. When Nixon took office in january there were nine full . Coroll divisions and separate brigades the equivalent of two More divisions operating in South Vietnam. Initial phase the . Command said troops of the 101st were pulled out of combat in today s initial phase and stood Down in preparation to phase out of the Northern Bailie zone Helow the demilitarized zone. To other units Bui some of the men won t he going Home. Only those who have completed the major portion of their 12-month tour of duty or arc being discharged Early will return to the United states. Others will be transferred to . Units still acl ivc in South Vietnam

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