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Argus (Newspaper) - October 4, 1970, Fremont, California The weather fair today and tomorrow except for fog and Low Clouds near the coast extending Inland night and morning. Little temperature change. Highs to Day and tomorrow near 60 near the coast and in the Low 70s Inland. Northwest winds 10 to 20 Miles per hour in the afternoon. Here at Home a Rock concert regatta and Barbecue Are among the ways Pathfinder 70 will draw to a close today. Page 24. In California Goy. Ronald Reagan Abandons the Campaign stump briefly to dedicate a new state Campground and Appeal for redoubling efforts to protect the natural Environ ment. Page 3. In the nation the president s commission on Stu Dent unrest will Issue its Long awaited re port today on the demonstrations and subsequent killing of four students last May at Kent state University in Ohio. Two members of the commission say that it concludes the slayings by Ohio National guardsmen were totally but neither Joseph Rhodes jr., a research Fel Low at Harvard nor new Haven police chief James Ahern provide any details of the panel s findings. Parade Magazine says the . Government Haa spent More than Bil lion for the hired guns from the Philip Pines Thailand and South Korea who form part of the Allied forces in Vietnam. The syndicated sunday supplement says in a copyrighted article that information about uj3. Spending on Allied forces has been withheld from Congress on the theory that if revealed it might endanger National Security. Senate democratic leaders Send Tele Grams to All their democratic colleagues i an attempt to save the proposed constitutional amendment for direct election of the president with reporters sitting in his office Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield confers with his Assis Tant sen. Edward Kennedy by Telephone and arranges for the Telegram to be sent to All democrats wherever they the telegrams ask the senators to be in their seats tuesday noon when a third crucial vote will be taken on ending a motion to end debate and permit votes on the amendment. In the world twelve is. And nationalist chinese air Force planes three of them equipped with Cloud piercing electronic equipment search Northern Taiwan for a . Air Force transport plane missing with 43 persons aboard. A . Air Force spokes Man says no Trace of the four engine Hercules was found. It disappeared Fri Day. He says the plane bound for the Ching Chuan rang air base in Central Taiwan from Taipei is feared lost in the Northern Taiwan mountains. Cambodian government troops drive into the heart of a communist stronghold along Highway 4 in a sweep designed to wrest the Road linking phenom penh and the port of Kampong som from Viet Cong control. In Vietnam communist gunners Shell the huge american base at Cam Ranh Bay. The . Command says there Are no injuries and no damage from the shelling of the big Cam Ranh Bay base 185 Miles Northeast of Saigon. Spokesmen report the base received ifs than 10" rounds of 107 my rocket fire in the attack and say none struck near the departure and arrival terminals for american troops. Defense minister Moshe Dayan says Israel would Welcome an Extension of the 00-Day ceasefire in the Middle East and suggests it is now the soviet Union s turn to provide the initiative for it. Page 18. A bomb explodes outside the office of Premier George Papadopoulos just after u. S. Defense Secretary Melvin r. Laird arrived in the building for talks with greek Strong Man. Page 18. The inside Story astr Togy editorial j4 sport 10-11 win Tad. 11-24 the Argus in 0 Ion vol. A no. 161 Fremont Newark California sunday october 4, 1970 20 cents new York jail mutinies mushroom new York riot police equipped with tear Gas went into the 10-Story Brooklyn jail saturday to Aid guards trying to regain control of the prison the fourth Jailhouse to be hit by a Mut Iny in three Days. Inmates holding a total of 26 men hostage had Central saturday night of parts of four of the City s six jails for adult men. Three persons were held hostage at the Brooklyn jail 18 at the Man Hattan House of detention known As the tombs and five at the Queens House of detention in Long Island City. No hostages were taken in disturbances at a second Queens jail. At Long Island City the state supreme court held an extraordinary bail hearing in Side the jail itself in response to demands from prisoners who began the rioting thurs Day to protest High bail Over crowding and bad food. An inmate said Friday the hostages whom prisoners had threatened to kill would be released if the hearing was held. Justice Edward Dudley released three inmates on parole during the first part of the hearing and reduced Bond for a fourth Man. Most of the inmates at the tombs and Long Island City Are awaiting trial and have not been convicted of and crime. I feel said Anthony Leon 23, one of the first men to be paroled. It s about time we really started getting Justice. I was very surprised. Everything went very Leon had been in jail since aug. 10 because he could not make bail on charges of possessing stolen property. Leaders of the Mutiny had circulated a Chart and directed every inmate to sign his name his offence and his bail and then chose about 45 men whom they Felt should be released. Before the hearing began two Black Panther buyers asked Dudley to hear motions for nine of 13 Black panthers currently on trial for bombing conspiracy. They were jailed a year ago last april and have been unable to make Bond. Dudley refused to hear the motions. Mayor John v. Lindsay appealed to inmates saturday night to release their hostages immediately warning persistence could Lead Only to a Nightmare of he repeated an offer made Friday to meet with prisoners if they first release the hos tages. One thing is Lindsay said we cannot and will not be powerless in the face of Pathfinder Parade earlier in the Day riot police with Kornets Handcuffs and tear Gas massed outside the tombs in downtown Man Hattan but a prisoner called out if we Don t come out Al Ive the hostages can t come out the riot Force was then shifted to Brooklyn where about 50 police entered the building but turned Over the tear Gas to guards who began firing it on floors held by the prisoners except for the fifth floor where the hostages were believed to be held. Middle East Newark High s band top entry cease fire Fremont Newark High school s marching band won the sweepstakes award in yesterday s Pathfinder Days Parade. It was the second Pathfinder sweepstakes award for the Newark High band led by director Gerald Turney. The band also won the award in 1968. Despite foggy skies hundreds lined the Parade route along pase padre Parkway to View the 200 bands March ing units floats and other entries in yesterday s Parade. In addition to the Newark High band winners included bands military sixth army coast guard High school Newark. Ken Nedy miscellaneous be olde time band. Drum corps Junior Mil pitas mutineers rebel Ca dets drum major commodores . Sixth army. Drill corps Junior boys cub scout pack 415 Junior top blues performer headlined Fremont John May ill described at High pro Tel of the Bluet will headline Hie Rede concert to be held at the Pathfinder Days Celebration in Central Park today. The 37-year-old englith my Tildin will perform with hit three piece group at 4 . In the Tim Lagoon area. Three other Rock groups Lovecraft aum and Tower of Power Alto will perform. Girls Irvington High school Leigh High school. Colo guards senior commodores Junior Hay Ward twirl Eltes Milpitas mutineers. Majorettes senior corps Moreau High school Muti neers wee lassies sob Ronda Martin Marvelle Reg Nery. Floats professionally built Santa Clara Ami Alameda county fair association Amateur out of town City of Kingsburg Sunol 4h Amateur Fremont 50th stale athletic association. Marching groups fre Mont girl scouts Fremont boy scouts. Novelty Best entry Alia Vista Salvage Myca Indian guides most unique nordic flyers Road run motorcycle club. Horseless Carriage Pio Neer mid Peninsula Auto club Veteran mid Penin Sula Auto club Candle lighters Vintage Post Vint age and Gass mid Penin Sula Auto club East Bay Auto club. Drum and Bugle corps Chis a commodores. Mounted mounted group pal to stables the Sun Downers sets of fours g r e t c h e n Powell Mary Brown color guard Ala Meda so matched pairs Western Leonard Young and Sheryl Kruger or. And mrs. Robert Craven Silver mounted Christine drown William Simpson Parade horse Linda Ludwig Wil Liam Shelly working Western Man Junior Kevin Leal Hurvie Bracewell working Western Man senior Leon Ard Beach Rocky Cussner working Western lady Junior Deneese fee Lisa Schweng Ner working Western lady senior Sandra Light Leo Nara Machado Charro Ken Smith Paul Whittington in Dian class open Bob Burks Virginia do Franco Spanish costume Debbie Vossekuil Laurie Isacson. Arts ref Krai Tori Chris Marshall 8, pilots his half scale Model plane in Pathfinder 70 Parade about 200 floats marching unlit Novelty and Horte Unitt enter Majied on pase padre Parkway deadly air crash reconstructed Silver plume Colo. Of the first offi Cial investigators of the crash of an ancient two engine air plane carrying Mem Bers of the Wichita state University football team said saturday most of the survivors apparently were sitting toward the rear of the plane. He also sat k was Mira Culous that the co Pilot and a student who were sitting in the cockpit survived. Body removal began at the spokesman for the National transportation safety Board in Georgetown Colo., said. The air plane crashed High against a Colorado Mountain Side 29 persons including the heart of the Usu football team. There were 11 survivors but two Are in Crit ical condition. From what i saw of the wreckage and from what Eye witnesses had to say All of those who walked away were in the rear of the the spokesman said. The Man speculated that Copilot Ron skipper 35, of Oklahoma City and the Stu Dent who was not identified were apparently thrown dear of the wreckage at Impact. He said that was the Only pos sible explanation for their miraculous survival. The investigating team about 30 persons will Issue a full report in about co Days the spokesman said. The Fri denied reports that it was investigating possible sabotage arid any connection to four bombings in Wichita Friday the Day the plane and the tit for the trip f across the Rocky mountains. There is absolutely no Evi Dence no indication that we should investigate the possibility of said John f. Morley assistant special agent in charge of the Denver Fri office. Eleven survivors two listed in critical condition were in two Denver hospitals. And on the campuses of Wichita state and Utah state whose teams would have met on the football Field saturday their was grief. They were the greatest Bunch of Guys in the said Rick Lander a soph Omore defensive end who would have been aboard the plane that the coach had let him make the Road trip. I just Hope everybody demonstrate at Victory rally Washington up Twenty thousand americans demonstrated with or. Carl Mcintire saturday at a March for Victory in Vietnam rally that lacked its Star attractions and sparked scattered fights Between Antiwar youths and self proclaimed hard despite the incidents the Tenor of the Day was Low key on the part of both marchers and counter marchers. But on the eve of the rally police arrested More than 320 youths who ran through the fashion Able Georgetown business area of Washington breaking windows and damaging cars in a protest against the Mcintire rally. Mcintire a radio evangelist from Collingswood n.j., told the rally we Are no a prewar rally. This is a rally for peace through he had hoped o have vice president Nguyen Cao by of South Vietnam at least by s pretty wife As his main speaker. But they did t come and Mcl Tirc s pre diction of a crowd of 500.000 fell tremendously Short. Police who had prepared for a crowd no larger than estimated that at its Peak the rally Drew persons. Mcintire told the rally president Ninon is to blame for the strategy that kept by from coming. And he called for the removal of Wil Liam Sullivan of the state department s Southeast Asia desk for his underhanded behind the scenes dirty work in keeping by from attend ing. By did Cable Mcintire from Paris saying he would have attended if it were not for recent developments indicating that my presence might kid to unrest and Vio prays for the families of the Guys who did t make said Lander whose Roommate was among 13 Wichita state players killed. The 20-year-old Martin 404 was delayed 30 minutes Dur ing a fuel Stop at Denver while work was done on its Landing gear. The Wichita state team coaches and fans were travelling to Logan. Utah in two planes. The com Panion plane a smaller mar tin 202, landed safely. The 33 persons aboard that plane returned to Wichita sat urday. Mrs. Hollis Bruce of Sher Man tex., Mother of Mike Bruce 21, a Wichita state tackle who survived the crash said she once told a group of players she would like to travel with the team. We can t let you do that. Mrs. She said one player joked. If you saw air planes we Fly you would t let us the in the late 1940s and Early owned by the Jack Richard aviation co. Of Oklahoma City arid leased to Wichita state University. Pat Buckley 31, who had just finished filling the Gas tank of a Colorado state patrol car at Silver plume Fri Day said the Martin 404 appeared to be having engine trouble before it crashed. One engine was backfiring real i Luckley mid. Both engines Werc trailing Black the Federal in moved into the Mountain saturday in try in identify the bodies Hunyad when the plane s gasoline tank ruptured and burst into flames. Among those killed were head football coach Ben Wil son athletic director a. C. Katzenmyer and state Legisla Tor Raymond e. King and their wives. I be been Here a number of years and i be never seen an air plane come in Here and get below the rims of these mountains and get out said Clear Creek county sheriff Harold Brumbaugh. The red and White plane crashed near a ski Basin near in Ucland pass feet High in the Rockies. It just seems when you gel Down below they Tell me there s a big current comes Down Over these he said. Extension London up presi Dent Nixon and British prime minister Edward Heath urged a 90-Day Exten Sion of the Middle East cease fire saturday and won an immediately favourable reaction from both arabs and israelis. In Jerusalem israeli officials called attention to ear Lier statements by defense minister Moshe Dayan and foreign minister Abba Eban favouring a continuation of the cease fire that is scheduled to expire nov. 7. The israelis a d an Exten Sion has become even More necessary since the recent civil War in Jordan and the death of egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser. In Carlo government officials said Egypt favored an Exten Sion of the cease fire if it would help in negotiations to Ward a settlement. Trey indicated that even if the cease fire is not extended formally Egypt would not resume shooting after nov. 7 unless first provoked. Nixon and Heath issued their Call for an Extension of the cease fire through White House press Secretary Ron Ald l. Ziegler after a meeting at nearby Chequers the coun try estate of British prime ministers. Elsewhere in the Middle East israeli defense minister Moshe Dayan said in a Broad cast in Tel Aviv marking the jewish new year Observance that Israel is stronger than All Arab nations combined but would Welcome an Extension of the 90-Day Middle East cease fire that is scheduled to expire nov. 5. In Beirut lebanese pre Mier Rashid Karami presented the resignation of his 10 month old government Satur Day to president Suleiman Franjieh in a routine move designed to give the newly elected chief of state Opportunity to appoint his own government. Political sources in Beirut said Franjieh who succeeded Charles Helou after elections aug. 17, would appoint Saab Salam As Premier. A Lam has served three times previously As Premier and was a Leader of the rebels in the 1958 lebanese civil War. In Amman Royal Jorda Nian airlines resumed scheduled flights saturday for the first time since civil War began there three weeks ago. There was no fighting reported by either palestinian guerrillas or jordanian troops anywhere in the country. Agreements readied at two pm plants Detroit i up i United Auto workers members at two strike bound Detroit area general motors corp. Plants approved new local agreements saturday and will begin returning to their jobs monday to build i Csc engines. Of said it would Call 1.100 of the 6.300 workers Back to their jobs monday at the Detroit diesel Allison division Plant Here and some 400 at n companion Plant in suburban Wayne. They were the first striking Daw members in return to work the Union railed .1 strike pm in the United slates and it Midnight. Sept. 14. At the Detroit Plant. The new local agreement was approved on a Vole of i.2i7 in by production in rom and 2i5 to 93 by the skilled tradesmen. At Wayne. The poet was approved to i27. The two for morn than Ioc . Companies not with pm

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