Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Amarillo Sunday News Globe Newspaper Archives May 21 1972, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Amarillo Sunday News Globe (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, Amarillo, Texas Amarillo sunday news Globe vol. 17, no. 21�~ a May 21, 1972 Price 20c a of of to my a Capoin win mar Nixon Trio Salzburg Austria api a president Nixon arrived saturday night on the first log of his Summit Mission to Moscow barely an hour after Truncheon swinging police had cleared the Salzburg air port runway of 200 demonstrators protesting the Viet Nam War. A Diixon Supi ted from his Quot spirit of w jetliner after an t ight hour. 11 minute flight from Washington to a brass band s Jaunty Alpine music a Small band of protesters who bad managed to infiltrate the welcoming crowd of s.000 austrian started shouting a a Nixon murderer Quot in German. They were dragged away immediately by Plain clothes agents. Socialist Chancellor Bruno Kreisky greeted president and mrs Nixon and escorted them by car to turreted kit a Aheim Castle win re they will spend two nights before flying to the soviet capital for an eight Day visit. Before leaving rain set it Washington the prot silent told a subdued group of offi dial Well hers at Andrews air Force base. My. That Quot we re not going there to make headlines today Quot but to build a a better Chance for peace tomorrow and All the years the president is to arrive at Vnuk ovo Airport in mos cow at 4 . 9 . Edt monday for the Mart of what he called Quot very important substantive talks Quot with soviet leaders. The Moscow Summit could Lead to important break the mugs after 2 a years of hard bargaining m Helsinki and Vienna toward a soviet a Jeriean agreement on the first caution4 restraints on nuclear weapons by la the noun tons. After asserting the Hope that America and Russia Quot can live in peace in the world Quot the president took off at 9 27 . Edt in the rain without even the usual Mili tary band playing for his de parture on the 13-Day tour by the time Nixon landed in late evening after a 4.350 mile flight about 100 steel Helm Tod policemen had forcibly cleared a runway at the Southern Edge of the Airport of the remnants of 1.000 anti american students who had set out earlier against police orders to March on the Airport. Among the 3.000 German and austrian students who had marched through this ancient City earlier saturday was Peter Kreisky 29 year old son of the Chancellor the Nixon so Host for their 30 hour Stopover in Salzburg. A Force of 1.200 policemen recruited from throughout the country stood guard to shield the Nixon from the Prott s see Nixon on Page 10� suspect held in killings Gayle Holmes pail Vinson de Mcgovern gain Ftp Nonorl by the associated press sen. George s. Mcgovern increased his Lead in the National Delegate race saturday As democrats in five states selected representatives to the this Summers convention in Miami Beach. Party contentions in Vermont Iowa and Washington gave Mcgovern an additional 24 Delegate bringing his total of first ballot votes to 436. Thi it put him 113 ahead of Alabama gov. A Coree lace. A total of 1.599 Delegate votes wins the nomination. Mcgovern also got a How of support at the Louisiana convention Bui to t a bid to Cut into son. Edmund s. Muskie s popularity in Maine Muskie. Who has dropped Active campaigning in the Pri Maries picked up All 20 delegates from his native Maine Mcgovern supporters who had hoped to pick up two Dele Gates in Maine had to Settle for two alternate slots. But the South Dakota senator who is leading the democratic Delegate race had better Luck in another new England state picking up nine of Vermont s 12 delegates. Muskie got the others. Mcgovern also Addid to Lis total in Iowa As party Mem hers completed the states 46-Mcmber delegation. Mcgovern and Muskie each will take 18 delegates to the convention. With the other 10 uncommitted. Elected at the state convention saturday were five delegates committed to Mcgovern three to Muskie and two who Are not committed. Also selected sat Urdaz were a National committeeman and commit Tec woman. Both of whom Are committed to Muskie. The remainder of the Deli gation was selected at District conventions in March. At those meeting. Muskie had picked up 14 delegates and Mcgovern 12 with eight uncommitted. After Musk dropped his primary Campaign however two delegates switched to Mcgovern the Day s other Delegate selections took place m Washington and in Luisiana. Washington his Home state. Sen. Henry m. Jackson won an overwhelming Victory in his Hattle for delegates with Mcgovern. Jackson picked up a total of 38 delegates m seven congressional District caucuses with Mcgovern getting eight commitments. The congressional caucuses see democrats on Page to 15 Oil \ i i i i it la ii staff correspondent Guthrie a officers sat urday pieced together the Story of a family quarrel that led to the death of a sheriff and a slate Highway patrolman after a burst of gunfire late Friday night at a country store North of Here. Jimmy Trevino Partido 20. Of Guthrie is being held with out Bond after being charged saturday in the fatal shootings of King county sheriff Paul r Vinson. 48. Of Guthrie and Dps patrolman Gavle l. Holmes. 26, of Spur. Justice of the peace j o denied Bond for parti do and ordered him held in the Cottle county jail in pad Utah. The shootings occurred about 10 30 . Friday at the residence and store of Henry Northcutt about 17 Miles North of Here on . 83. Officers said Vinson serving his first term As sheriff and Holmes accompanied by Highway patrolman Leon Littlefield. Went to Northcutt a to answer a complaint that a number of men were drinking and causing a disturbance. Fred Partido. The subject s father had App trently placed the Call from the Jimmy and three began arguing at in grow. Witnesses at the scene said Guadalupe Partido had been arrested and placed in a patrol ear when the two officers were shot Down by slugs from a 30 30 Rifle. They said the shots were fired after Jimmy Partido walked out from behind a pickup truck. The sheriff was shot in the neck and the patrolman in the Side a department of Public safety spokesman said Northcutt standing be Side Yin sop ducked behind a car and escaped injury Littlefield jumped behind a patrol car and fired three times through the car window at the fleeing Man but missed. On foot Partido made it to a farmhouse owned by Frank Ramirez about a mile West of the Northcutt place. Ramirez subdued the sus pct and then turned him Over to Littlefield Cottle county sheriff Elmer Clark of Paducah state police sgt. J w. Garner of Seymour and two state patrolmen. Vinson was pronounced dead at the scene but King county Justice of the Pace. Mrs Katie Slover of Guthrie and it Olmre was dead on a Rhal at Richards memorial Hospital in Paducah at approximately 1 . Funeral services for Vinson will be at 10 , monday in first Baptist Church of Padu Cah with the Rev. Robert Berk pastor officiating. Members of the Paducah Lodge will conduct masonic rites at the graveside in Gar Den of memories cemetery. Burial will be by Norris funeral Home of Paducah. Sheriff Vinson was a native and lifetime resident of King count it. He is survived by his wife. Alice two daughters. Dot and Belenda Sursa. Both of he family Home two sons Billy and David both erf the family Home his parents. Or. And mrs. Hugh Vinson of Paducah three Brothers. Frank of Paducah Marshall and Garner Island and three twin. Mrs. H. R. Hollar of 4418 s. In Amarillo mrs. Still of Bovina and a Quot last Chance try red attack blunted in an Loc fighting inside news travel tips and vacation plans pages f-l-12 Trout adore. In Juarez Salute to realtors pages e-l-14 Runoff candidates in d-8 Golden anniversary of radio pages c-1-2 baccalaureate for City High schools today Page 5 amusements. By 719 editorials.e-12 books. C-10 farm and ranch. D-7 business. 69 gardens. C-3 classifieds d-9-19 Oil and Gas. C-8 comic strips f-12 sports. D-l-6 crossword Puzzle. F-12 women s pages c-19 Saigon apr South vietnamese forces battling to Clear the Road to the besieged provincial capital of an i of fought off an All Day counter attack saturday by North vietnamese tanks and infantry. Enemy gunners also slammed More than 1,300 shells into the City the Saigon command said sunday. An american army officer said it probably was the ene my a Quot last stance for an Loc Quot a rubber Plantation town 60 Miles North of Saigon that has been virtually de strayed in a 44-Day sit go. A government Relief column had pushed to within sight of the town before the noun treat tackers struck at Dawn Satur Day. The Saigon command said 134 enemy were killed in the fighting saturday South of an Loc along Highway 13. Official reports listed 29 South vietnamese men killed and an undetermined number wounded. Government forces in coastal Binh Din i province were reported to have killed 36 enemy in an engagement in the an Nhon and Phu my districts where North vietnamese units struck earlier in the Spring offensive. South vietnamese losses in that fighting were Given As four men killed and eight wounded. In the air War Over North Vietnam the . Command announced that american warplanes had intensified their daily pounding of enemy Supply area s and transportation routes. The command reporting on attacks of thursday said air Force bombers destroyed a fuel tank farm containing More than five million Gallons of Petroleum 3mi Miles East of Hanoi. Spokesmen said about 75 per cent of the depot was wiped out with bombs leaving a a one huge a communique said the strike Quot further depletes North Vietnam a supplies used in support of its invading armies in South the bombers also Are carrying out sustained raids against the rail lines linking Hanoi and China. The rail roads must be attacked Al most daily to keep them out of operation the command said because North Vietnam mobilizes workers to make Quick repairs. A Navy a7 at tack plane was reported shot Down Over the North and its Pilot listed As missing. This raises to 22 the number of american planes lost Over plenty to Crow 4b<nit president and mrs. Nixon depart heading for Summit talks. Crash claims life of sex Amarillo Man of cloth of Rhode Sisters a Pauline Lipscomb Virginia mrs. Mildred key of Guthrie. Funeral services for Holmes will he at 4 . Today in the first Baptist Church in Rochester. North Vietnam since the resumption of Large scale bombing april 16 Twenty six Crew men have been listed As miss ing in this period. North Vietnam said . Planes bombed the Periphery of Hanoi again saturday and see reds on Page 10 los i wins. N m a a former Amarillo Man a biochemist at the los Alamos scientific Laboratory was one of eight scientists engineers and technicians whose death Friday in a plane crash has shocked residents of the City on Quot the William Frye 40, was one of a group of men who had been away from Home on Busic s trip and were in route Home when their plane crashed and burned shortly after lifting off at Albuquerque. The Pilot. Richard Zittel of Aib Querqui also died. An associated press Story from los Alamos said that or it Laugham. An internationally famous scientist was among the dead. The a Story quoted Harold Agnew. Laboratory director who was in Chicago when he Learned of Thi crash Quot i am very sorry. I knew most of them personally and my heart goes out to their families. This is a terrible thing Quot Agnew said. Los Alamos a founded Dur ing world War ii for the specific purpose of building the atomic bomb a is a Young town of about 12,000 focused on air Laboratory. Quot there a a general pall Over the town a Bill Regan of the Laboratory said. Quot this is a Small town. Many of us Fly a lot. This is a personal thing for All of us. Quot i had been out of town and flew in last monday and saw Johnnie Gallegos a Good Friend at the Airport waiting to try out. I said something to John about. A have a Good and he said a ill be Back Quot one woman resident of los Alamos said saturday the Community was Quot terribly she described her re action As one of Quot Shock and horror nothing like this flying in and out of los Alamos is routine for Many residents. Fridays crash was the fir to fatal one since charter flights in and out of los a i 1940s. The plans and their jobs at the Laboratory a Langham. 61, biochemist a noted Pioneer in toxicology of plutonium and a Leader of International reputation in radio biology was one of the nation s leading Experiment it is m the effects of nuclear fallout had been with the Laboratory since 1944 when scientists were building the bomb. A John Gill 53. Electrical Engineer at the lab since 1966 a Donald Larson 46, Field technician at the Laboratory since 1949. A Frye 40, biochemist at see Cly a Ash on Page 10 Friona it Raili i Irti charge by Tyler Vance Slat writer Friona a a Friona Man Billy Salford is in Parmer county jail in Farwell in lieu of $10,000 Bond charged with in the Early a saturday shooting death of Walker jr., also of a wire Holo Cheryl Cabell an employee at world of animals near Dallas has three weathered friends with plenty to Erow about. Recently the crows nearly became a Hast meal when their nest fell into a Pride of Lions at the wild animal Park. Game wardens managed to rout the Lions and Saxe the crows which were promptly named Edgar Allan and Poe. Cheryl has been their guardian since their Rescue. Murat r Monon Robert Friona. Parmer county Deputy sheri11 Garland Freeman said Salford turned himself in to Bovina authorities about 40 minutes after the 5 . Shooting. He was carrying a .22 Caliper Rifle. Walker. 47. Was shot once a the head. The Siux iting occurred five Miles West of Friona on a country Road that leads to i Plains food Yards Walker was taken to the Hospital by private car. He was pronounced dead on arrival it Parmer county Hospital in Friona. Half Ord Sage was not available but Parmer county jus lice of the peace Ray Mears said the Man appeared to be about 25. Funeral services Lor Walker will be at i tuesday in the Calvary Baptist Mission with the re is. Ansley pastor officiating. Burial will be in Friona cemetery by Claborn mitral Home or. Walker was a farm worker and a member of the Calvary Baptist Mission. Survivors All of Friona. Include his Wile Louise nine sons Robert Lee. Jimmy Earl Ray Lee Freddie Gene r.m., Jerry Wayne Larry. James Elvin and Charles Eduard four daughters. Brenda Joyce Glenda Joyce. Dorothy and Barbara Ann five Sisters names not available and five grandchildren. Good morning Cloudy today with a High in the lower 80s and a Low tonight m the lower 50s. Winds will be out of the South and gust my at 15 to 25 Miles per hour. The probability of rain is 30 per cent today decreasing to 20 per cent tonight

Search all Amarillo, Texas newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for May 21, 1972

Browse
Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.