Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico on March 26, 1972 · Page 70
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Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico · Page 70

Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Sunday, March 26, 1972
Page 70
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F-IO ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Sunday, March 26, 1972 Parents Busing to When Ben Mora drives to the Monday night parents' meeting at Manzano High School, he plans to bring many neighbors along with him. And he is going to drive one of his five school buses the 35 miles into Albuquerque so there will be room for everyone. Mora's daughter, Charlene, Is one of m. students attending Manzano High who live on South N.M.-14 in Chilili. Her father attended high school in Moriarty, only 16 miles from Chilili, but that school is located in a different county than Chilili. IS 1W9, high school students from Chilili began travelling to Albuquerque to go to school, the closest school being Highland in those days. When Manzano was built closer to the mountains, they were bused there. Elementary and junior high students living in the mountain area attend either A. Montoya or San Antonito elementaries and Roosevelt Junior High. Students who live in Carnucl, the first village into Tijeras Canyon heading east, attend Apache Elementary School. Not too many years ago, the Bernalillo County S c h o ol system included many schools In the Sandia and Manzano mountains in towns such as Yrisarri, Escabosa, Cedro, Tijeras, Juan Tomas, Carnuel, Sedillo, Frost and Chilili. The last of those schools to be closed were Escabosa, Yrisarri and Juan Tomas in 1957, and Chilili in 1961, according to A. Montoya teacher David Salazar, who taught at Juan Tomas. ONE PROBLEM that children who live far from their school and their parents face is that any kind of extra curricular activities, including parents' meetings, are very difficult to attend. Students who must spend more than two hours each day riding a bus to school and back are not likely to drive into town again in the evening for a club meeting or sports event. Parents also find it difficult and costly to make frequent trips to the school. With this in mind, the Albuquerque Public Schools East Area office is furnishing two free buses for the meeting Monday, which begins at 7:30 p.m., one driven by Mora along (NM-H) South and one furnished by the Helweg and Farmer Co. along NM-14 North. The two school buses will be following a schedule set up by the bus contractors and Manzano staff. They will pick up neighbors along the routes that the buses will have travelled earlier in the day to carry students to school. OUR 100TH ANNIVERSARY VEAR ' M, wards. sho; r I J r K It aV I , B " f Mrs. Alvita Garcia, Bus Driver Tedro Gutierrez and Mrs. Sandra O'Neal Plan Stops for School Bus for Mountain Parents Mora's bus will leave Dow's Store in Chilili at 5:45 p.m.; the Aragon residence in Escabosa at 6 p.m.; Burns' residence in Ponderosa at 6:20 p.m., the highway junction at kyland at 6:30 p.m., and the highway junction in Cedro at 6:40 p.m. ilIELWEG'S BUS will leave San Antonito Elementary School at 6:20 p.m., Roosevelt-A. Montoya at 6:45 p.m. at 7 Linda Vista in Carnuel at 7 Doctors in Nevada LAS VEGAS, Nev. (W) - A group of southern Nevada doctors has formed the Nevada Physicians Union. A spokesman for them said it's the first chartered by the AFL-CIO. "There has never been an AFL-CIO union of medical doctors," said the spokesman, Bob Anderson. "There have been doctors who joined unions, but they never constituted more than a small number of the membership." formally chartered as the Neva He said the groun was FREE LINING AT i!HP " J.- v mmmmOUmmm'.- h. phone 298-1 for FREE ESTIMATES in the home on any of Wards Custom Services! Shop Mon. thru Sot. 9:30 mm x i ir n mi i mmn i n i i n i inn . 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Our competent staff will be happy to help you shop at home, and coordinate your draperies and decor. 831 today Fri. 9:30 a.m. 'til 9 p.m. a.m. 'til 6 p.m. Sun. noon 'til WARDS , School parents will find interesting," fihp aHHpH. Following the general meet- me. the home economics rienartment at the school will furnish refreshments. Parents frnm the end of the line at Chilili will need an extra cup of coffee in order to stay awake during the long drive home. I Iffll I ffl WET mE UU UV- U U Uu3u3UJL- v-w mm uu . 4;5'Mt&. ''SKaS vkwfr' P'hyfMi0 ttl Hu?mm LJ 'rafflrSS mSi u $1 $w i:? I I m II II f 1 ii mi llll II of wwt u III 4&!77fClKlnalfAl II 5 1 u and Stevens Hughes Efforts 'or New Airline Detailed to CAB WASHINGTON m - Howard iTntihes Jnnk steDS last vear to form a new transcontinental airline', the Civil Aeronautics Board was told. Hughes Airwcst, the San Francisco-based airline owned by the billionaire recluse, was to be the basis for the new line, said Francisco A. Lorenzo, chairman of Jet Capital Corp, of New York. HUGHES PLANNED first tu aenmre control ot lexas International Airlines (TIA), based in Houston, then to add Southern Airways, nasea in Atlanta, Lorenzo testified. With the three regional airlines as the nucleus, Hughes then could string together other small airlines and once again preside over a transcontinental airline, the UAb was ioia. Hushes once controlled Trans World Airlines but sold out some years ago Lorenzo's company has asked the CAB to approve a refinances oroEram that would give Jet Capital control of TIA. Lorenzo told CAB examiner Hyman Goldberg that, after months of work to develop an acquisition agreement satisfactory to Jet Capital and TIA, he was approached last Nov. 16 by Jack iteai, a longtime associate of Hughes. he SAID HE was responsi ble for the Airwest operations and those of the Nevada gaming casinos, Lorenzo said. "Real said he was on specific assionment from Howard Hughes to d e v el o p a transcontinental airline and that he had unsuccessuflly ap proached several larger carriers," Lorenzo said. "He indicated that he was now attempting to create . Huvvsr Qulistanarpet CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS Larger or smaller IN THE TRIANGLE kAAA Carpet8 u 2935 MONTE VISTA BLVD..N.E. nC. Phone268-3367 I 1 Land Use Possible, State Officials Say . t -1- Jn:nntn4 Kw V States which do not draft land use plans may soon find themselves under federal orders to do so - perhaps as early as this year - members of the New Mexico Legislative Hcalih Study Committee learned recently. The warning came at a National Symposium on State Environmental Legislation held in Washington earlier this month. TWO MEASURES one proposed by Sen. Henry Jackson and the other by President Nixon wuld create regulatory programs on land use in the states and establish a timetable for the programs. Both proposals require that a plan for action be enacted within three years with the regulatory provisions to be in force in five years. In the President's version, up to $20 million for each of five years from 1972 to 1976 will be available for grants to assist the states with their program implementation. AN AMENDMENT added in February would also penalize those states which do not implement a plan. Beginning June 30, 1975, any state which is not in compliance would lose seven per cent in each of their funds transcontinental carrier by combining several local service carriers with neighboring sys tems. "Ho said Airwest needed TIA to go as far east as Memphis, and that the next step wouia ue snnthprn Airwavs. also in weakened financial condition." Lorenzo said he told Real mat Jet Capital would not "abdicate r , rrr k I 1, our responsibility to ha uy inciting a side deal with the Hughes interests." SHAG INFORMAL DUO-TONE . Nvlonnlle . Decorative colors s 40 Sq.Yds. Installed $2800 : Plan Mandate for federal aid highway trust, airport development, ana lana and water conservation, An additional seven per cent would be lost for each additional year of lag up to a maximum loss of 21 per cent in three yers. Those attending the session from New Mexico included Environmental Improvement Agency director Larry Gordon and Health Study Committee members Alfonso Vigil, Fred Luna and Vernon Kerr, all state representatives. "DISCUSSION presented at the workshop on land use was Government to Act To Protect Children From Broken Glass WASHINGTON (UPI) - The crnvprnment will Soon act to protect cmiuren irom me haT.arHs nf swallowing broken glass from the vacuum bottles thev take to scnooi, nep. Reniamin Rosenthal, D-N.Y said Saturday. He said the food and Drug Administration had informed him it is preparing a new regulation under the child protection and toy saiety aci that "should effectively deal with the problem of hazards from broken glass in toys and other articles intended for the use of children." Rosenthal said an FDA study nf so II S. hosDital emergency rooms disclosed that about 2000 children a year suffer injuries when the glass liners Drea in their lunchbox vacuum bottles. A possible solution, he saia, timnlH he tn renuire use of a make nlastie inner shield to Ze llass particle! i do not get 111LV HIV mjv.... HEAVY '50T NYLON Resists shedding, pilling Dramatic New Cloud pattern 40 Sq. Yds. Installed $16300 Carpet Padding Installation areas proportionately low priced. largely dominated by ver- mont," Kerr said. ' "Presently, Hawaii and Vermont are the only two' states with comprehensive statewide land use regulatory . authorities encompassing shorelands or intercity developments. In no case was action reportedly taken by any of these states except in a crisis atmosphere." A common threat that appeared in the symposium ,. testimony by states, Kerr said, "was uncontrolled subdivision development. "TIME AND AGAIN," he -oiH "the costs of unplanned L development created problems for local government. The general feeling was expressed that it was imperative that i some limited regulation was needed without waiting for planning, o t h e r w is e the ; problem would continue to grow unchecked." Kerr said model legislation ' dealing with water quality, soil erosion, feedlots, air quality, solid waste, noise, power plant . siting and historic preservation ; was also discussed. The conference was sponsored by the Council of .. State G o v e r n m e n t s , the President's Council on Environmental Quality, the '. Environmental Protection ; Agency, and the Dept. of the Interior. I EE0C Given Power WASHINGTON (AP) - Pros-; ident Nixon has signed a bil authorizing the Equal Employment Opportunity Com--mission to file actions in federal court to enforce its findings of discrimination in employment (practices, the White House .n- TEXTURED Carpet Padding Installation EMBOSSED NYLON TEXTURE Graceful pattern HeavyWeight 40 Sq. Yds. Installed Carpet Padding Installation

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