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Argus (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Fremont, California The Weatherl fair through tomorrow and slightly cooler with a High to the Low 80s. Low tonight 45-55. Light winds becoming Northwest at 10-20 Miles hour today. Details on Page 14. Wilson riles citing the 44 distinct state education programs for the Handi capped says he wants to resurrect Spe Cial education from a Maze of regu Page 5. Four carloads of pickets carrying men uth signs Reading san Rafael unfair to converge on some Marin county supermarkets and Are at least partially effective in stopping delivery of Rome goods. Page 5. Sen. Barry m. Goldwater predicts that fighting will end in Vietnam within a week or 10 Days and believes president Nixon prearranged the ceasefire before making a nationwide television speech wednesday night. Page 9. Striking City firemen in Sacramento pass out leaflets noting that this is National fire prevention week and detail ing safety suggestions for homeowners. Pages. Two California police chiefs disagree tvs other a National. Communist inspired conspiracy is behind a rash of sniper at tacks and ambushes of policemen. Page in the nation a special Ohio grand jury ends its investigation into the killing of four Kent state University students by National guardsmen. A spokesman says indictments would be returned and arrests made. Page 2. Underground groups from the purple Sunshine clan to the Quarter Moon tribe Rush to take credit for a wave of bombings on the West coast judge dismisses five Ity 500 a bribery indictment against comp Eben. Daniel b. Brewster d-md., Oil grounds his congressional immunity prohibited criminal prosecution. Page general motors corp. And the United Auto workers hold fruitful discussions on National economic issues for the first t me since the Law struck 25 Days Aeo. Page 2. President Nguyen Van Thieu hails the new Allied peace proposal As very constructive and practical and urges the communists to accept it. He says South Vietnam would never surrender. Page palestinian guerrilla Leader Yasser Arafat has returned to Amman for the first time since the height of the civil War for talks on new Accord for peaceful coexistence Between the jordanian government and the guerrillas. Page 1 j. The soviet Union denies reports that it is planning to build bases for guided missile submarines in Cuba. It suggests the Pentagon invented the Story for a fat the government convoked an Emer gency session of Bermuda s executive Council to discuss a we Klong rash of fire bombings and vandalism by Black youths throughout the Island. Page 7. The soviets denounce the award of the 1970 Nobel prize for literature to al expander i. Solzhenitsyn. They say it was prompted by speculative political con Page 19. Israel slows to a near standstill but troops maintained their guard along front incs at Sundown for yom kippur Judaism s holiest Day. Page 6. More than 35 persons Are believed dead and damage estimates soar past the s50 million Mark As exhausted Rescue workers continue to struggle against Ever rising flood Waters in san Juan . Page 11. The inside Stom it Ltd help Uil it melt guide 1 Church sports 15-Li to leg ii or. Win Tadt 1m7 fight to save Nursery May be lost by Jim Wilson Fremont both sides May have lost the Battle Over the California and Val co Adobe at the pm of a Marathon six hour planning commission meeting thursday night. After numerous split votes the commission s final decision to require More Public Parkland and less density on a proposed housing subdivision prompted Developer Jack Brooks to throw up his hands and declare it s not economically Brooks said the requirement will Force him to abandon plans for a 706-u it Cluster housing development and leave very Little Hope of preserving any of the historic 70-acre Nursery for a Park. Instead he vowed to proceed with a 280-unit conventional housing plan. It would rot require him to dedicate any of the Nursery for a Public Park. Although members of the conserve the Adobe and Nursery can committee pressured the commission to reject Brocks housing plan they May have lost their six month Cra sad to preserve the Nursery for a wilderness Park. Possible Supply problems coupled with concern Over the High density sought by Brooks divided the commission s opinions on How to reach some Compromise acceptable to sides. Votes on numerous resolutions stalemated 3 to 3, prompting chairman Waller Davis to quip i could kill that referring to commissioner Don Drollman who could have broken the ties the final motion which came after commissioner Richard Vollbrect charged his vote set the top density Brooks could Artive at 633 housing units a number that Brooks rejected As financially the motion by commissioner James Griffin and passed 4 to 2 was to Lake no action on Brooks request for a general plan which would give him a higher Den sity the housing plan was resumed to Brooks with instructions to fird some Hay to preserve up to 20 acres for a Public Park Brooks had offered to preserve 68 acres around the Adobe As a Public he had also proposed to keep up to go pit cent of the site is open space. After the de vision was made. Brooks said it would be in Bank Page of Section col 1 the Argus vol. X. No. 167 Fremont Newark California saturday october 10, 1970 28 Paget 10 cents investigators sift through rubble at Clark Hall on the University of Washington Campus yesterday the result of a bomb blast set off thursday. The building housed the naval Roth. No one was injured in blast clues sought the Seattle blast which caused an estimated damage. The Only occupant of the building walked out safely before the sex p onion after a warning had been issued. Enforcement pledged bomber crackdown pressed by Nixon key Biscayne Fla. Up president Nixon Fri Day ordered a new crackdown on terrorist bombings and pledged vigorous enforcement of the anti bombing Legisla Tion now nearing final congressional approval. White House press Secre tary Ronald l. Ziegler said the president acting by Tele phone from his Bayside re treat Here ordered Fri director j. Edgar Hoover to launch an immediate investigation of three West coast bombings thursday. The president pointed out that these bombings arc fur ther evidence of the need for speedy congressional action on the bombing legislation that he has Zieg Ler said. The Bill increasing the penalties for bombing and authorizing the death penalty when fatalities result has been passed by the House and is awaiting almost certain approval in the Senate. He stands ready to immediately sign the legislation and has alerted the Fri and other agencies to immediately implement this legislation after it has been Zieg Ler said of the president. The president planned to spend a relaxing weekend flying to grand Cay in the Bahamas the private Island preserve of new York millionaire Robert Abplanalp. Nixon s wife Pat and his daughter and son in Law Julie and David Eisenhower were in the party that went to the Island 100 Miles out in the at lactic. The president is expected to step up his travelling sched ule during the three weeks remaining before the nov. 3 congressional elections. Aides were working on a schedule that will include Sev eral trips with heavy political overtones which will give him a Chance to share a platform or an open car with key gop candidates. Ziegler said the president expressed concern Over the bombings which hit a court House in san Rafael calif., an armory in Santa Barbara calif., and an Roth head quarters on the University of Washington Campus in Seattle. The press Secretary said Nixon ordered Hoover to make every Effort to identify the bombers. On other subjects Ziegler relayed these views of the president plastic grass approved for Entrance to Newark by John Pachtner be wait that juggernaut plastics marched its Way into Newark thursday. As a result the City s first Intran Mcway planned at Thornton Avenue and the Nimitz freeway will be landscaped with plastic grass or As the euphemism goes As by a unanimous decision thursday City Council i gave approval to an sex crime Neal plan by land scape Parks supervisor Glenn w. Krueg to install Square feet of the artificial Lawn beginning next week according to Krueg. The proposal was made be cause of an unexpected prob Lem with the original plan to install natural ground cover in the median entranceway project. An underlying ten Inch layer of Asphalt and Concrete was discovered in the area said Krueg which would have to Jacksi Mccred out at a Large expense in order to use natural ground cover assistant works director Anthony l. Nelson said yesterday the j1.125 Coil Purchase and install Mon Santo company s astroturf would be cheaper to install and maintain than the natural materials envisioned Fth the original plan. Nelson said that it would Cost approximately to rip up the Concrete Asphalt layer and Plant real ground cover. In making a presentation to councilmen on the subject thursday. Public works director Paul Tong said the area a cold to Ideal for experimentation with the artificial turf on a trial basis. Tons added that the plastic grass ims been Uli Lilied As Back of Section eel. I 2 suspects also killed Oakland officer Dies in shootout Oakland persons one a police officer were killed Friday night Dar ing a shootout that followed a Holdup attempt at a Motel. Police officer William mar tin died at Merrill Hospital following emergency surgery. Officer Richard Castle was wounded in the shoulder. One of the dead. Suspects was tentatively identified by police As a James Grimes. The other dead suspect was not immediately identified. Another Man also unidentified fled and police started a search. A fourth was be Lieve in police custody. The robbery attempt occurred at the Royal inn near the Oakland Airport and a woman Emp Bye was shot in the hip. However the Wouna was not serious. A High Speed Chase that included Highway patrol units followed when the four hold up men tied. A Highway patrol spokes Man in Oakland said 10 of his men helped Oakland surround 255 Lee Street in Oakland where one of the suspects fled. He said the Man inside committed suicide but this could not be immediately confirmed by Oakland police or the Coroner. The Oakland police radio dispatcher said the hold up men ambushed the officers after jumping from their car. Officers said the suspects abandoned the getaway car and one of them fled in another vehicle believed to be a 1967 Plymouth with the u censer .ateuav249. Assistant manager Don Bonn of the Royal inn said four men in ski Type masks herded the employees into a Small office. He said the woman was wounded when a shot was fired at a desk and it ricocheted. Bohn said the men later went into the bar and fired a round into the ceiling. Atkins tasted Sharon s blood9 los Angeles up Susan Atkins stabbed actress Sharon tale to death and then tasted her blood and said wow what a a state witness quoted the defendant Friday at the Tate Labianca murder trial. Virginia Graham 37, a red haired woman with a Long criminal record testified that the 21-year-old miss Atkins told her in a jail cell in detail of her part in the slayings in August 1969, at the tale mansion. Miss Graham testified that she talked with miss Atkins in the Las Angeles women s jail in november 1969 and that the hippie Follower of Charles Manson became highly excited when she gave an account of the killings. Deputy District attorney Vincent Bugliosi asked miss Graham what miss at Kins told her. She said she was holding new owners told Sharon Tate and Sharon was crying please please Don t kill me. I just want to live and have my she said she told her look you Bitch you re going to die and you might As Well face did miss Atkins say who killed Sharon Bugliosi asked. Yes she said i killed her " did she say anything about tasting yes she said she put he r hand to her Mouth and tasted Sharon tale s blood and said tasting death and still giving what a trip " did she say anything about the yes. She said it was warm and did she say anything yes she said she wanted to take her Eye out and Squash it against the Wall and Cut her fingers off but she did t have did she say who was the last to yes she said Sharon Tate was the last to did she say How it yes she said when the1 knife went in it was soft and quite a did she say whether she knew to the people were that were no she did t know the people but it did t matter because they would did she say How she Felt yes she said she was tired but Ela Teti and at peace with miss Graham said that miss Atkins said she could get out of the crime because she knew How to play crazy and act like a Little the defense asked for a Back Page of Section col. 4 expansion of Fremont Plaza May include 5-Story building by Jim Wilson Fremont plans to expand the Fremont Plaza shopping Center to include a possible five Story office building or Motel were unveiled yesterday by the shop Ping Center s new owners in los Angeles. Fremont properties ltd., an investment group headed by . Gindling and by Bram of los Angeles chased the 10-Acrc site for nearly million in mid a gust from former Fremont mayor or. Hugh Block Oakland attorney c. Jay hol Lander. Or. Block and Hollander the principals in the Down town shopping Center at the Comer of Mowry Avenue and Fremont Boulevard forced to sell to pay off major creditors the Sale was a condition of the . Bankruptcy court under .1 chapter 12 proceed ing which requires refinancing or Mac instead of filing bankruptcy. The Center was originally valued at nearly million but was sold for less than million. Although the new owners propose the additional development on about half an acre behind the shipping Cen Ter they pointed out that a by Bram new owner Market Survey to determine whether offices or a Motel will Best serve the area is still not completed and plans Are not yet firm. As for the present Center with More than 30 stores Hollander said he also wish group plans to update the entire mall area in a number of ways. New special events will be staged As concerts and other musical he said. We will also rehabilitate the entire Center with new landscaping and a Gener al freshening i the major stores in the Center Are Thrifty drug. Tomco marked a Goodyear store a Shell Oil Gas station Harvey s country irn i for Merly the Golden Spike and a in skin Hobbins ice Cream parlor. Stores in Cluj West Ern Wear 5, a com Puter school. Nailor i House Bick Patel a Tien cot a

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