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Argus (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Fremont, California Jocks get dryers morning weather pair through tomorrow except for night and morning Low Clouds. Little temperature change with highs both Days in the 70s and a Low tonight from the upper 40s to Low 5g3. Westerly winds in the afternoons 10 to 20 Miles per hour. Yester Day s High in Fremont was 76, with i Low of 53. In sports one of the most hotly contested Indianapolis "500s" in history under equally demanding weather conditions loom on the eve of today s million Dollar race that could be a record smasher from Start to finish. See sports Section. In the area Newark City councilmen split 2 to 2 for the second time on youth appoint ments to the Park and recreation com Mission. Page 22. Attorneys for both sides draw up their final strategy in the murder kid Nap conspiracy trial of Angela Davis which is expected to go to the jury in about a week. Page 3. A Hayward couple pleads innocent to charges of conspiring to extort from United air lines under threat of putting bombs aboard Ual aircraft. Page 2. In the state Secretary of state Edmund g. Brownjr. Attempts to clarify disputed reports that democratic presidential contenders George Mcgovern and Hubert Humphrey have already spent about million each during the California primary elec Tion Campaign. Page 7. The ban Francisco Bay area needs some form of limited regional govern ment it is concluded in a report issued by the University of California s Institute of governmental studies. Page 4. Three Days ago Perry Farmer a prominent Oroville attorney remarked to a sheriffs Deputy the ways things Are going in the nation today an attorney can any Farmer 46, is dead the victim of a courtroom shooting which also left a judge and a woman plaintiff wounded. Page 4. State schools chief Wilson riles it. De Reinecke legislators and Many of California s county school superintendents conduct an All Day strategy session to plan a Mammoth program to involve Ordinary citizens in setting Community goals for education. Page 2. In the nation sen. Henry m. Jackson d-Wash., president Nixon s first Choice for defense Secretary says the new . Soviet arms control treaty might serve to Speed up the race for nuclear superiority rather than slow it. Page 2. The american cancer society which collects dimes and dollars door to door gives million to 251 and doctors to fight the nation s no. 2 killer. Page 3. . Treasurer mrs. Ramona Acosta Banuelos says that Spanish speaking Amar cans Don t know their own strength at the polls. Page 2. A study of police enforcement of drunk driving Laws in three cities shows no evidence of racial discrimination an investigator of the Rutgers University Center for alcohol studies reports. Page 22. And Wett Germany sign a historic transport treaty and announce plans for talks to normalize their relations and Lead each of them to member ship in United nations. Page 3. Mrs. Richard m. Nixon Tours Russia s biggest clock factory drawing guffaws from her Host when she presents them with a Mickey mouse watch. Page 3. The inside Story a Stretty Bridge Church news comics crossword or. Finance it Jack Andersen movie guide it sports 11 to log 21 want ads 10 what s doing 14-1s worry Clink 10 11 1mj ii Seattle Wash. Up ending aspect University of Washington Board of regents Friday a unwed in Purchase of six hair for the men s locker room at m estimated Coil my have requesting the dry is for Poming out hut women Are provided hair the Argus a consolidation and continuation of the news Register vol. Xii no 34 Fremont new file California saturday Moy 27, 1972 32 to Nixon Brezhnev sign agreement pact limits nuclear arms the dryers recommended by a sports pro Gram advisory to Mitlee Wimch said the dryers should to Imu mod to my Miro the exposure to Hagardt such m colds for Mon with longer hair. Sec picture 6 Moscow up in a Triumph Lor East West sum Mitry president Nixon and soviet Leader Leonid i. Brezhnev signed accords Friday night imposing the first limits on the staggering arsenals of strategic nuclear weapons their countries have amassed since world War ii. The historic 1 sign ing ceremony look in the Kremlin s ornate Vlad deadly spill on Nimitz officials and onlookers stood far Back from a Tanker truck that overturned on Anim Itz freeway off ramp in Fremont yesterday morning As deadly car Bolic acid leaked from the ruptured giant aluminium tank. The Accident took place at the Stevenson Boule Vard exit from the freeway the Driver according to the High Way patrol apparently took the exit ramp too fast. Officials said the carbolic acid which is highly flammable is deadly if inhaled. The Acme trucking co., owner of the Rig had to be called in to the liquid out before the Accident could be cleared. The truck Driver identified As David c. Grimm 44, of Pinole was treated for minor injuries. Reagan appoints judge for area Fremont the appoint ment of Joseph w. Jay or. As judge in the Fremont new Ark Union City judicial District was announced yester Day by gov. Ronald Reagan. Jay 44, Wili occupy tile third Bench in the municipal court. The Post was created by act of the legislature last year. Judge Roy g. Pucci sentor of the District s judges has been impatient for the new judge to be appointed due to the growing caseload in the court. I wish he cow Start judge Pucci said. Jay however said that he expects it will take about Mir Hall concluding at . . In an earlier banquet Toast Nixon called the arms control agreements enormously important and a hopeful indication of what can happen in the future As we work to Ward peace in the in reply Premier Alexei n. K o s y g i n said the United states and the soviet Union were making serious Steps toward a lasting peace but that at the same time every thing possible should be done to eliminate the existing hot Beds of War in Vietnam and in the Middle East it was the first time the leaders of either Side had mentioned the word Vietnam publicly Dur ing Nixon s Summit visit. Sitting four feet apart at an 18-foot, White velour covered table a smiling Nixon and Brezhnev general Secretary of the soviet communist party used polished mahogany and Gold Fountain pens to sign two pacts limiting deployment of defensive missiles Offen Sive land based missiles and missile launching submarines. The first was a proposed treaty subject to Calif Calion by the . Sonste sni tha supreme soviet parliament of the soviet Union limiting each country to 200 defensive Anibal Teslic missiles Abms at two Sites including the capitals of Washington and Mccow. They also put their Signa Tures to a companion five year interim not subject to congressional approval freezing each coun try s offensive land based nuclear missiles and the num Ber of missile carrying sub marines in each Side. After the signing the two stood and Shook hands Smil ing and half bowing to each other As their aides and col leagues burst into applause. Nixon then Shook hands with soviet president Nikolai v. Podgomy Premier Alexei n. Kosygin foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko and other cheering russians. Brezhnev whipped Oft his eyeglasses and with Chin up raised shot out his right hand to accept congratulations from Secretary of state Wil Liam p. Rogers and other authorities. The final agreement Cam during a 2-hour, 25-minute meeting in the Kremlin ear Lier in the Day Between Nixon Aid Brezhnev and their top aides capping 2 1-2 years of secret and complicated so Back of Section eel. 1 Joseph Jay or. Appointed judge a month to wind up is prac Tice. He indicated Transfer ring the practice to an associate Henry 0. Lienhard is under consideration. Jay was Long in partnership with James f. Perley jr., who was appointed judge in this municipal court by Rea Back of Section col. 1 8 aboard missing Moffett aircraft Moffett Field Navy patrol aircraft with eight crewmen aboard Friday night was reported missing on a routine training flight off the coast. The p-3 Orion asked with sophisticated electronic gear used to Hunt submarines was last heard from when Rived in the patrol area off Elg sur in Monterey county a Navy spokesman said. Two Navy Orion and c130 Hercules planes from the coast guard and the air Force were searching for the aircraft. Names of the eight crewmen were not released until next of Kin were notified the spokesman said. The four engined Turboprop is the first of its kind Ever reported missing he said although crashes have occurred in the past. The missing plane was from patrol Squadron 31, one of nine such squadrons based at Moffett. The plane took off from Moffett at . And after a radio report at . That it was in the patrol area 120 Miles South of Moffett no further word was expected until its scheduled return to base at 2 ., the spokesman said. When the aircraft did not appear search and Rescue operations were he said. It is now assumed the aircraft is Down somewhere Between Moffett Field and the local flying area off big sur in Monterey Domestic exports lagging Washington nation s foreign Trade account went another million in the red in april the second biggest monthly deficit in his tory the Commerce depart ment said Friday. Since january the value of . Export has legged a Hind imports by billion. Trade experts said it Wes new a certainty 4hst 1972 would be worst Trade year Ever for the United states. The Overall trading Pace slowed in april with exports Back Page of Section col. S 1972 a tooth Odyssey new York up Brookdale Hospital Doc tors Friday performed what was believed to be the first transplant of a toot i from one person to Mother. Or. Norman Kranin director of the department of dental and Ora sur Gery and a colleague. Or. Jonathan Nath per formed the transplant which took slightly aver two hours. The subjects of the transplant were John and Janet Ramsey 17-year old twins. Janet Kranin said had to have an a Cess cd molar in her lower Park Sanctuary in Fremont hinted by Ken Castle an innovative proposal to turn an abandoned Salt Pond West of Coyote Hills into a 100-Acrc-plus wildlife Sanctuary and Bayfront Park is being explored by the army corps of engineers and the Alameda county flood control and water conservation District. Officials from both agencies Are actively mulls the possibility of using dredge spoils from the next construction phase of Alameda Creek flood control Channel to establish a Salt water Marsh and a Waterside Park in an old Salt pon.1 North of the Channel. These ideas were proposed after conservationists three weeks ago expressed con Cern about filling in some 180 acres of former Salt Ponds with cubic Yards of excess spoils from the Creek Bottom. The filling would have been carried out As part of work on the Bayward reach of the million project. The corps which is constructing the Channel was to have opened bids for the final stretch this week. However the corps now has postponed this Kyed Benefit auction offers vast array of strange items indefinitely to come up with a More imaginative use of the spoils and the disposal Sites. Talks about the idea of creating a Marsh and Park Are being carried on Between the corps new District Engineer col. James Lam Mie Alameda county Public works director Herbert Crowle and flood control District general manager Paul Lanferman. Here is what might be done with the site 25 explained yesterday by Lanferman the Channel levees which already Are p Annex for use in he Alameda Creek trails system would be widened substantially with dredge spoils to create a new land area in the abandoned Salt Pond. This land would be used As a Park and major resting spot at the Bay Ward terminus of the trails. It would involve filling Only the Western tip of the Salt Pond behind the inboard dikes. The remainder of he Long 600 toot wide strip which parallels the Channel Al most to Coyote would be filled partially with dredge spoils opened to tidal action Back Page of Section col. 4 jaw when it was discovered her brother had six More than the Normal 32 Teeth it was decided to remove three of them discarding two and using the third for a transplant. Kranin Aid it would Tike from re four Yean discover whether the transplant was per by Jim Wilson need a snowmobile or a vietnamese fishing boat How about a double scoop ice Cream Cone every Day for a year maybe a fetal heart Moni Tor authentic Arkansas still or a document signed by George Washington Odd items and Many More Are All available to the highest bidder during the 18th annual Kyed Channel 9 auction that started yesterday. The auction will be telecast from the cow Palace in san Francisco this weekend from 1 . To 1 . And on week Days from 4 . To mid night. Promoters of the non profit Public television spectacular that runs through june 4 Are hoping to break the record brought in during the it Lay run Las year. Thousands of unusual and worthwhile items for hid have arrived from private and commercial interests throughout the state to the Bay area s Only non profit station stay alive. And people and businesses in the Tri City area Are Well represented. While Many items of a com Mercial nature including some Worth of Nursery Stock have been donated from Fremont Newark and Union City people Art donations from this area have taken the limelight this year. In the past the Art portion accounted for about 20 per cent of the total proceeds. And according to this area s publicity chairman mrs. Beverly Preston local artists have responded again this year. Same is of the 23 local artists who submitted their work for the auction will have their offerings among the limited 300 Art objects selected for Art sunday. The other artists will show their work during the rest of the week said mrs. Pres ton. Among those featured in the special Art sunday show ing Are from the Olive Hyde Back Page of Section

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