A 6 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Tuesday, August 19, 1975 .4 s-v 111 1 xWtx l 1 sit' x J-v XXX x xx; x V x X XX i.XJS xx tt - xv"l V f xx t , k xx x- x x, N W X X XX NX x x X 1 ix -f. Xx N x x, X. VfcUT X X vV S.Xx T" x t XXR x . w xxxx . x. x. X x.. A. X x - V x Going My Way ': ? Hitchhiking may not look like a tiresome pursuit, but anyone who has tried it can attest that arms and thumbs, not to mention feet, can get pretty sore. In Salinas, Calif., Sue James, 18, top, illustrates how to overcome or mininme the aches and pains as she awaits another ride. And John Bales, 23, bottom, of Seattle, puts forth even less effort by using a glove on a stick to do the hard work. (UPI Telephoto) F Police Officers Strike Demanding Higher Wages SAN FRANCISCO (UPD-San Francisco's 2000-mem-ber police force went on strike Monday in a demand for higher wages and warned citizens in the Bay City of nealy 800,000 they were "not safe in their homes or on the streets." Sympathetic firemen joined the picket lines and threatened to walk out of their stations either today or Wednesday in support of a demand for a 13 per cent pay increase for all uniformed officers. MAYOR JOSEPH Alioto earlier warned that he would fire any officers who went on strike. After the walkout, his press secretary told reporters: "The mayor has not changed his position." A spokesman for the police department confirmed that at least 80 per cent of the city's police force had walked off the job, leaving the department with only a couple hundred officers to handle emergencies. "It'samajorwalkout," said Michael O'Toole, public affairs officer. "We're handling only emergency calls at this time and they are being screened." THE STRIKE TOOK place within minutes of a 10-0 vote by the city's board of supervisors to give only a 6.5 per cent salary increase to policemen, which would apply automatically to firemen Policemen, who demanded a 13 per cent pay hike which would cost the city S13 million, immediately threw up picket lines around police headquarters at the hall of justice, and at precinct stations. "It'satragicdayinSan Francisco history," said Jerry Crowley, president of the Police Officers Assn. He said the supervisors' decision "has placed the city in jeopardy." ASKED I,F CITIZENS were safe during the walkout, he replied: "They are not safe in their homes or on the streets and the responsibility is with the board of supervisors." City Atty. Thomas O'Connor started work on an injunction to be filed in superior court this morning. If put into effect, it would declare the strike illegal and r Colorado Governor Cheered by Surplus DENVER (UPI) -Gov. Richard Lamm, cheered by a surplus of cash, said Monday a special session of the legislature to deal with budget problems was unnecessary. He said he would call a meeting of his Revenue Estimating Advisory Committee. lay the groundwork for the dismissal of policemen who walked out. The mayor's spokesman said tha Police Chief Donald Scott had assured Alioto "essential police services" would be carried on through the night and there was no reason for panic. ...,"n ttt'tt I BIIMVV! Mom's getting me some new Lazy Bones to start the school year on the rightfoot. I'll be rightin style with these brown and navy oxfords! Lazy-Bones CC. U f . PAT. OM. ft CANADA. MOC IN U It, Sizes to fit boys and girls from small children's. 8I2 through youth's size 6!! Just one of many styles to choose from. . SHOE CIRCUS Wiwock't nn Nt net UPTOWN STORE QwL. 3701 Central NE 3 ti Paris-WINROCK and the SHOE CIRCUS are both open Mon. through Fri. until 9 PM. Spanish Language TV in Operation New Mexico's first all-Spanish television station, KMXN-TV, Channel 23, has started transmitting from the Western Bank Building (formerly known as the National Building). The new station, owned by Spanish Television of New Mexico and an affiliate of the Spanish International Network, will officially begin its full programming schedule next Monday. "WE SIGNED ON the air Aug. 10 on a test basis," said Bud Holgerson. "Our offices are located on the 17th floor of the National Building (now known as the Western Bank Building) with our transmitter on the 19th floor, and studios and control room on the 18th floor." The station is operating on a UHF frequency which Holgerson said is expected to cause some difficulty for those persons unaccustomed to tuning into a UHF frequency. "We are in a new UHF market area," he added, giving the following instructions for tuning into the station. "Listeners should engage their channel selector to the click stop between 13 and 2 and then utilize the UHFtuner to getchannel 23." HOLGERSON said portable sets must have a UHF antenna which consists of a wire shaped as a bat wing, bow tie or a loop on most sets. Persons living more than five miles from the point of transmission, may require a special UHF antenna which can be purchased at many stores for as low as $7, he added. The station will carry only original Mexican productions. Beginning Monday the station's programming will follow the following schedule: Monday through Thursday, 4:30 to 11 p.m.; Friday, 4:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.; Saturday, 2:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.; and Sunday, 3:30 to 11 p.m. PROGRAMS produced in Mexico City will include Parks Agency Will Consider Upkeep Lease GALLUP (APT-Phil Lov-ato, chairman of the state Parks and Recreation Commission, said a proposal to lease the new Red Rock State Park to Gallup for maintenance will be considered at the commission's next meeting. Lovato said the matter was tabled during a meeting in Gallup pending further study. musicals, comedies, sporting events, novelas (soap operas), game shows and feature films' in addition to newscasts and locally pro: duced programs. Spanish Television of New Mexico consists 20 stockholders who are all residents of New Mexico, with Sen. Odis L Echols as president. Other board members include Sen. C.B. Trujillo, D-Taos; Holgerson, who is vice president; Herb Taylor, as-, sistant secretary-treasurer of Gallup; Lorenzo Chavez, an Albuquerque attorney, secretary-treasurer; Bernalillo County Democratic Chairman Ed Romero, vice president; and Dr. John Aragon, a professor at the University of New Mexico. Holgerson said the station currently has nine employes with plans for hiring four more persons "hopefully local people with experience" which would bring the entire staff to 12 persons. 100 COPIES, $3.50 100 PRINTED, $3.80 Must be from one original. Xerox and IBM copies; offset printing from your copy; white paper, 8 x 1 1 with black ink. Does not include photographs. Come see us! DATACO PRINTING, INC. 1712 LOMAS BLVD. NE (Corner of University) Phone 243-2841 HOURS: 7:30 to 7:30 Monday thru Thursday; 7:30 to 6, Friday; 8 to 5. Saturday; 10 to 2 on Sundays. Come see us! ii ,,w w ii y II Do You Work 8-5? 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