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New Mexican (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Santa Fe, New MexicoFall fashion special by mexican 123rd no. 260 september Al Center s funding hits Snag St. Vincent Hospital s application for a million Federal loan to help finance a new medical Center was left in precarious position this week after a committee of the regional health planning Council gave the bid Only tentative approval. 1 however the committee s recommendations Are not binding upon the full North Central new Mexico comprehensive health planning Council which meets next thursday to take formal action on the Hospital s loan application. And the Council s executive body has taken a . Vincent application. The Hospital is seeking a million Low interest loan from the Federal Hill Burton medical Aid fund to be applied to the construction of a new million on St. Michael s drive. If approved the loan would be made to St. Vincent next year. Nor Hap As the regional Council is known does not make the final decision on the fund application but its recommendation bears considerable weight with the state s health and social services department which does dispense the Money. Mrs. Margaret Nelson an official with the state Agency told nor Hap in a letter his week that in her opinion a tentative report from nor Hap should be treated As an incomplete report and no action should be taken by the Hill Burton Council until nor Hap is thus apparently St. Vincent s bid for the funds would be denied unless nor Hap moves beyond its committee s tentative recommendation and gives the new Hospital project full support. St. Vincent s top administrative officer sister Mary Joaquin said yesterday that she certainly was disturbed by the tentative nature of the committee s approval it s As Good As no approval at she added. In its report to the full Council nor Hap s health facility services committee after two recent meetings gave the tentative approval. Full endorsement the committee said would hinge on St. Vincent s compliance within six months with four the mandates were 1 that St. Vincent plan to expand its Gover Ning Board to equitably represent the entire citizenry that the Hospital critics have charged in the past that Loo much control has been exercised by the Catholic Sisters of Charity order and that some segments of the City particularly the Barrio have had no voice in directing Hospital policies 2 that St. Vincent develop funding plans for the new Hospital designed to remove the prime Burden from he paying patient. A financial projection for the new Hospital estimated last month that the average daily Cost per patient would Rise by s13.65 under the present plan 3 that the new Hospital absolutely guarantee accessibility to All citizens in medical need specifically indigent persons who have no third party indigent payment 4 that St. Vincent produce a detailed plan to expand present services with a firm commitment to keep physicians on duty around the clock to provide emergency and non emergency treatment Al any represented on the Commilles were advocates of various Points of View throughout Northern new Mexico. Nor Hap director John Glass said yesterday that Santa be Barrio activist Godfrey Reggio had been influential in having the four mandates approved. Continued on Page a-4 be school Victory leaves questions open by Richard Mccord after almost eight months of trying the Tesuque Community finally has won a Battle against the Santa be school Board. No one seems to know however what the Victory will bring. Immediately after District court judge Edwin Feller ruled on Friday that the Board s action last february to close the Tesuque elementary school was void Happy parents began talking of holding classes tomorrow in the old school building. But by yesterday the realization had sunk in that the school would not be opening monday morning. Furthermore Feller s decision in no Way barred the Board from taking new action to shut Down the Tesuque facility in the near or Distant future. Still Hopes remained High yesterday that the court decree would pave the Way for Between the Board and the parents a settlement that r somehow would leave a school in Tesuque. And a Friendly meeting Between opposing attorneys in the just completed trials poured on the Feller s ruling had three main Points. In addition to voiding the february vote the judge said that the Board was not required to prepare environmental Impact studies on recent school construction projects and that the Board was within its not in deviating from the program set Forth in 1970 Bond brochure. After the brochure was circulated the Bond Issue was approved by voters. Although the Board s position was upheld on two of the three counts there was Little doubt that the Tesuque contingent had won the most telling Point. But confusion remained Over what might happen next. Las tres Villas the Tesuque group that brought suit against the Board issued a statement yesterday noting that school sup. Philip Bebo had made a remark publicized last month that if the court decided in favor of the parents we will hold classes there the next Day even if we have to Cater in the but Bebo stated Friday shortly after Feller s ruling no sir the school will not be open monday. It would be a physical the school now boarded shut has been stripped of furniture and supplies. District court order barring anyone from using the building would remain in effect until sometime next until the order officially is cancelled neither the Board nor Tesuque residents May legally enter the school he pointed out. But Donnelly did not Rule out the possibility that classes might take place in the school soon. He said that he and school Board attorney James Snead had met yesterday morning to seek a mutually agreeable solution o avoid continuing hostility Between the Board and Las tres Villas. Both groups indicated Donnelly said. It looks very Snead spoke in similar terms. We agreed to try to he said. He emphasized however that the discussion had been preliminary Only and that both attorneys must report Back to their clients before further Steps could be taken. Al least two members of the five Man Board reportedly were out of town for the weekend and Snead said that no official action would be forthcoming before mid week. Neither attorney revealed the alternatives that had been discussed when they met yesterday. However sources close to the Tesuque situation suggested that if Las tres Villas was determined to keep a school in the Village the ground for Compromise with the Board could be narrow. Among the possible alternatives mentioned were that the Board could operate the Tesuque school on a Short term basis while seeking a permanent solution to the problems involved or that the Board might turn Over the building to Las tres Villas to House the private Community school operated by parents since the fall term started three weeks ago. And if no agreement can be reached another possibility remains that the Board can Call a special meeting and meticulously avoiding the procedural difficulties that caused the february vote to be voided merely vote once again to close the school. However none of the parties involved was speaking in negative terms yesterday. And Las tres Villas in its statement said our Battle with the though bitter at times was waged within the system. The system of Legal redress that America has evolved Over the past 200 years is still responsive to grievances of our people when appealed to with patience and see related Story in Page a-4 mrs. Judy Agnew wife of the vice president l and mrs. Virginia Knauer assistant to the president on consumer affairs look at some old documents in the Institute of american Indian arts museum. The visit to Santa be was occasioned by the presentation of diplomas to graduates of a consumer education program in Albuquerque. Photo by Bob Dimery released pos miss flight to Laos Robert Naranjo 70, and Valentin Garcia 80, try to pick up the pumpkin that Naranjo raised South of Santa be. The pumpkin weighed in at 40 pounds plus. The autumn leaves Are beginning to fall and the Frost has been on the pumpkin but according to Garcia the pumpkin is still growing. Photo by Bob Dimery martial Law in Philippines Manila a president Ferdinand e. Marcos declared saturday night he imposed martial Law in the Philippines to save the Republic from a communist rebellion and to Reform society. The president s remarks in a nationwide radio and to broadcast came at the end of a period of about 12 hours in which the nation of islands in the Western Pacific had been Cut off from the world by a government ordered communications blackout. Marcos said an escalating threat of armed insurrection had prompted him to take this extra constitutional Power to protect the he ordered martial Law Friday night after gunmen fired into the car of the Secretary of defense in what the govern ment called an assassination attempt. The official was unhurt. Scores of political arrests were reported to have followed. Marcos emphasized in his broadcast thai martial Law is not a military takeover of the civilian government but a measure to end the present National a Midnight to 4 . Curfew went into effect immediately Marcos said. Elements of the metropolitan police command or metro com set up Check Points in the greater Manila area to enforce the curfew. Results of the martial Law decree were peaceful. The four million or so residents of the greater Manila went about their Normal weekend activities. There was the usual Light saturday traffic throughout the City and people went to the movies and the supermarkets. Vientiane soviet Airliner arrived in Vientiane from Hanoi saturday but the three . Prisoners of War released by North Vietnam to an american Antiwar activist group were not on Board As expected. There was no definite word on when they would come out. Two Antiwar activists who flew out on the Aeroflot plane said the released pos had remained behind in Hanoi with their escorts although they re very anxious to come one said the pos were told Friday night that they would not be leaving saturday As they expected. But the two were unclear about the reasons for the delay. The . Mission Here made elaborate arrangements for the expected return of air Force maj. Edward k. Eliasof Valdosta ga., and Navy its. . Markham l. Galley of Dunedin Fla. And Norris a. Charles of san Diego. Calif. But american officials emphasized they would intervene Only if the released pilots asked for help. The Rev. Harry Bury and Marianne Hamilton were the Only americans aboard the russian Airliner which had been expected to bring the pos their relatives and an escort group headed by Antiwar activists mrs. Cora Weiss and David Dellinger on the first leg of their return to the United Stales. The roman Catholic priest and miss Hamilton accompanied the Antiwar group to Hanoi seven Days ago but left Afler completing their own series of meetings with North vietnamese catholics. They differed on reasons Why the pos had not left Hanoi saturday As expected. Bury said he believed the trip might have been delayed because no answer had been received to a series of demands cabled by the Antiwar group to president Nixon concerning the repair Ilion. Miss Hamilton said however she believed the pos would return regardless of whether Nixon replied to the Cable. Bury said he had performed peace mass for the pos saturday morning and that they told him they were informed Friday night they would not be making the trip saturday. They gave no reason for the delay bul they re very anxious to come Bury said. Index red rockets hit Danang eight sections 106 pages Ann l.anfers.c-7 Erma Bombeck Al wit s end Fred buckles inside it editorial.a-6 movies 15 obituaries .b-7 to Viva 9 your Good Saigon gunners fired 33 Bigson Letmade rockets into the Danang air base at Dawn saturday killing two persons and wounding 10 others including three . Sailors. They also at tacked South vietnamese positions farther South along the coast. A spokesman said one plane was struck on the ground two trucks destroyed and a number of buildings damaged in the Danang shelling which was seer As a possible prelude to com Unis attacks on South Vietnam s major cities in Advance of . Presidential elections up reporter Edward Basset said Allied jets struck Back at communist troops near Quang Ngai City on Highway 1 about 75 Miles South of Danang and 318 Miles Northeast of Saigon. Bassett said bombs from the jets rattled windows in Quang Ngai for More than an hour while the warplanes bombarded suspected communist positions outside the town. Four government militia outposts have fallen to communists in he area during the past four Days. Israeli police minister Shlomo ii Illel said saturday Israel would strike at the main roots of the Arab guerrilla problem wherever they May be but condemned underground activities directed from Israel especially by the militant jewish defense league jul. At the same time a jordanian government spokesman reported four mail intercepted at the Amman Post office saturday

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