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Argus (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, Fremont, California The Argus vol. Xii no. 21 Fremont Newark California sunday May 21, 1972 100 20 certs War protesters mar Nixon arrival Salzburg Austria up president Nixon arrived saturday night on the first leg of Bis Summit mis Sion to Moscow barely Aji hour after Truncheon swinging police had cleared the Salz Burg Airport runway of 200 demonstrators protesting the Vietnam War. As Nixon stepped from his spirit of 76" jetliner after an Eig Miour in minute flight from Washington to a brass Small band protesters who Small band of protesters who had manged to infiltrate the welcoming crowd of austrians started shouting in Ger Man. They were dragged away immediately by Plain clothes agents. Socialist Chancellor Bruno k r e i s k y greeted president and mrs. Nixon and escorted them by car to turreted Kles sheim Castle where they will spend two nights before dying to the soviet capital for an eight Day visit. Before leaving rain swept Washington the president told a subdued group of offi Cial Well wishers at Andrews air Force base md., that we re not going there to make headlines today but to build 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 . Put monday for the Start of what he called very important substantive talks with soviet leaders. The Moscow Summit could Lead to important break through after 2 a years of hard bargaining in Helsinki and Vienna toward a soviet american agreement on the first cautious restraints on nuclear weapons by both countries. After asserting the Hope that America and Russia can live in peace in the the president took off at . Not 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 Lale evening after a mile flight about Ico steel helmeted policemen had forcibly cleared a runway at lha Southern Edge 6f the Airport of the remnants of anti american students who had set out earlier against police orders to March on the air port. The German and austrian students who had marched through this ancient City earlier saturday was Peter Kreisky 23-year Oid son of the Chancellor the Nixon s Host for their 33-hour Stopover in Salzburg. A Force of policemen recruited from throughout the country stood guard to shield the Nixon from the protes ters. The motorcade into Salzburg from the Airport took a different route from in Insbrucker bundles Strasse a major thoroughfare where p lice halted the marchers about 500 Yards from the air port. At least a dozen students were seen going Down screaming and bleeding As about 100 policemen charged the Airport runway heir nightsticks flail Iii in the Glare of searchlights. Intr Matt and German students protest president Nixon s visit to Salzburg Austria Poi Miah actors any Banner which reads Nixon Peoples murderer she s a teen age brain Nixon says u. S. Winning with ust achievements Bygar Tischler Battle against inflation Washington v Dpi 1 Nixon said Satur has economic controls were winning the Battle against Price commission sources revealed they Are considering stronger measures to hold Down prices charged by Banks hotels theatres and other Large ser vice industries. In a statement before he Eft for the soviet Union Nix on again asked americans to support his wage and Price i punctual Pilot Ain t no More Salzburg Austria us Hundred Young demonstrators who a complaint against pres ident Nixon ruined Ralph aft Ert azz it s perfect record saturday night. Alberta Aie a colonel in the u. S. Air Force ii the of Nixon s plane the spirit of and his boast is that he has never brought the president in so much As one minute late. Until saturday. An hour before the was to land Here police and the demonstrators battled on the run Way of Salzburg Airport. The police won but in or Der to make sure All the demonstrators were gone officials asked Liber Taxine to delay his Landing. Controls. He the controls Are esp Dally important to prevent new inflation now that the private Economy is picking up s learn. Commenting on the Cost of living Council s report for the last three months Nixon said Price increases that Fol Lowed last fall s freeze were modest considering the pay. Increases that took effect then. He said the subsequent slowdown in the Rise in the Cost of living has meant More purchasing Power for wage earners. The National Economy is now expanding significantly. This makes the Success of the stabilization program More important than Nixon said adding the program will succeed the american people continue to give their full As evidence that tougher controls May be needed How Ever sources revealed that the commission is debating to put a 3 per cent ceiling on Price increases for Many Large service industries. The proposal is now under study by the commission s staff. No decision is expected for at least a month. Services such As Barber shops and restaurants that perform services for customers As opposed to Corn a Nies who manufacture goods becoming a steadily bigger part of the Economy. Because they Are labor intensive the prices they charge Are based much More on wage rates than the Cost of materials. In the past three months service prices As recorded by the consumer Price Index Rose at a 3.7 per cent annual rate Down from the previous Quarter but not far enough to meet our a commission spokesman said. Since the Council already has exempted most companies with fewer than 60 employees from the controls Many Small service firms would not be covered by the proposed regulation. In Addi Tion a commission source said restaurants would be. Excluded because food prices Are so High they could t live with the 3 per cent services construction firms insurance com Panias and state and local government agencies whose activities already Are specifically monitored by other parts of the control program Aiso would be exempt from the new Rule. A source said the non restaurant operations of most hotels and admission prices of Large theatre chains would be included. So would fees that Banks charge for Safe Deposit boxes checking accounts and other services. Interest rates would not be affected. The increasing number of Auto repair shops attached to Large department stores prob ably would be covered by the Rule but garages with fewer than 60 workers would be exempt the spokesman said. The reasoning is the philos Ophy that has governed the entire economic stabilization Effort the Price and wage decisions of the big Gesl companies will Force smaller firms to voluntarily keep their costs in line to re main competitive. A commission spokesman characterized the proposed new Rule As a Fine tuning of policy rather than a major policy fair and warmer Clearing and fair through monday with slightly warmer Days. High today in the is with lows in the to Low 50s. High monday will is inthe it to Low 70s.westerly winds 10-20 . In the afternoon. Yesterday s High in fre Mont was a Low 54. Jack Anderson Bridge chess crossword editorial finance Home Section 2 m 23 u 15 i 01-31 movie guide obituaries sports Tioy times want ads worry clinic 21 1 17-11 13-14 22.11 3 Fremont Patricia Broughton is 17, Bright and a senior at Mission san Jose High school. Cheerful is one word that might come to mind. Person Able. Almost sunshiny. And Brilliant. She s got Cre denials to prove it. They re a mile but for Patricia the Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Frank s. Broughton 41689 Joyce ave., Fremont the biggest award came Friday when she was one of two californians and 121 students in the nation named As 1972. Presidential scholars by president Rich Ard m. Nixon. The award is like the bulb on top of a very Busy Christ Mas tree. Because she has also been or done or participated in or As Winner of a Pacific Gas and electric co. Scholarship which Shell to at tend Stanford University As a Marine biology major next fall. A National Merit scholar Seini finalist. A California state scholarship Semi finalist. One of America s out standing teenagers. Outstanding student at her High school in French history English music Sci ence and mathematics. Member of the school s girls athletic association. Volunteer Day worker. A Songi eader. A campfire girl since fifth Grade. And helped prepare the school District s complicated modular class scheduling. Just to name a few things. Turn to Page 2, col. 1 Broughton local Federal Job program looks successful by John Pacht Neft Fremont a Federal program creating jobs for the unemployed with the City the school District and Omone College has All the earmarking of a Success at least initially. Though no one can say at this Point whether any of the 29 new positions created will be permanent and whether con Gress will renew its funding via the emergency employment a sea a year from August when it is presently sched. Used to expire City officials who Are overseeing the program appear satisfied. Late last year the program has enabled the City to hire 15 new employees Many of whom Are Street and Park maintenance men the school District 10, All but one of whom Are teachers aides and Chlone College four three clerk typists and a groundsman custodian. The City s new personnel director Thomas Pratt who has been directly involved in similar programs at his former Post in san Jose is in direct control Over the funds for the program in All three think there s a Good says Pratt that the funding will be extended in one Way or another when the time school District and Chlone officials also look Forward to retaining Tasir new but temporary employees but the official policy at the City still stresses the temporary nature of the positions and encourages their occupants to keep looking for permanent jobs. According to City administrative Aid Douglas Eads Many of the new employees were put into the Street and Park labourer category because the work needed to be done and because there is a better than average Chance to work into permanent jobs in this a number of criteria Are used to qualify a Job seeker under the program including requirements for a proper bal Ance of veterans and members of ethnic minorities. The main Factor however is simply being unemployed or in the Federal poverty category. Bad says that the supervisors of the new employees in the City were suspicious at first but adds they Are generally satisfied and Happy with the program now. An important element in the program s Success so car emphasizes Pratt is that the employees get their paychecks from the agencies hat hired them and not from the Federal government. Thus he says the employees develop an allegiance to their employer when i was with the City of san Jose we had one program like this where checks came from the government and another where the checks came from the he says. The level of work accomplished was much lower for those who received their checks from the one of the advantages of the program bad emphasizes is that even of it runs out those hired will have acquired skills that will give them better Opportunity to be hired in a sense that is what the program is doing for George 26, the highest paid of the City s sea employees. Mcbride has a degree in filmmaking end seme Back ground in City planning from san Francisco state College and has worked off and on for the City for soul the last five he was hired at Par month As a City p Anner and taking heed of the City s this is temporary Only warnings is looking for a More permanent position. The main advantage of the Job Mcbride concedes is the to Mary Whitemyer 51, who had been out of work for three months her secretarial Job in the City manager s of fice Means both Money and background. It would be she says if it became a permanent but she is a so looking for permanent work else where. John Estrada a 25-year-old teacher s aide at Hopkins Junior High school wants eventually to be a teacher and his position not Only gives him experience to Ward that end he says but also could develop into a permanent position for him. Wess Peterson personnel director for the Fremont unified school District expresses some optimism that the new aides will be since District officials Are looking Forward to extending teachers aides irom their present Posi Tion of working primarily with either gifted or handicapped students. I d been out of work for iwo says Darlene Bur Nap another teachers Aid hired under sea. Mrs. Liar Nap 34, a teacher with out of state credentials has no idea whether her Job will be and therefore is actively seeking other on of which is librarian work with the school District. None of 4hc new employees can be certain at this Point that his or her position is anything More than temporary. They Are certain however that a temporary Job and its Chance to learn new skills is a substantial step Forward

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