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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Bakersfield, California Drugs unrest get perspective focus done to miss the a a perspective Page in sundays californian. Berenice Chipman Fritts presents an incisive in depth interview with or. David Smith a native of Bakersfield who is the medical director of the Haight Ashbury free clinic and who is an expert on drugs and drug abuse problems. S. I. Hayakawa has some provocative comments on the report of the president s commission on Campus unrest. Sandra Haggerty suggests movie makers might consider making a Black Mary Poppins because Black children love fantasy too. Donald e. Ruggenberg Kern Community College District Board member offers some interesting suggestions on relating the College to the Community. It All adds up to a Page of sparkling informative Reading. Rogers rips cold War talk Washington a Secretary of state William p. Rogers says the United states will continue negotiations with the soviet Union on common problems despite Sharp disappointment Over soviet missile violations in the Middle East and Moscow a return to what he called strident cold War language. At his first news conference Here since july 15, Rogers said Friday he will take up problems ranging from the hoped for cease fire in Indochina to big 4 talks on Berlin when he meets with soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko in new York oct. 16. Rogers sounded an optimistic note on chances for a cease fire in Indochina declaring. A we have a feeling the time is he stressed the Hope president Nixon a new proposal for a standstill cease fire and the Complete withdrawal of . Forces from All of Indochina will provide a foundation for negotiations with Hanoi. He suggested such private talks would yield counterproposal that could be the subject of negotiation. Other . Officials say the United states is depending upon Nixon s offer for Complete withdrawal which could take place in one year As part of a general agreement settling the conflict to help the negotiations get started. Rogers noted that by May i another 95,000 . Troops will have been withdrawn from South Vietnam and a by that time most of our forces will be out of the combat the Complete . Troop withdrawal offer is on the list of items to be discussed with Gromyko state department officials said. Rogers said he had spent four hours with technicians studying photographs of soviet sam3 missiles showing new construction since the Middle East 90day cease fire was agreed upon. A there is no question about the he said. But he said the United states would seek a rectification that would bring about a condition which would satisfy both parties and Start them to negotiating. He said both sides seem willing to extend the Arab israeli cease fire for another 90 Days. But As for the missile violations he said the sam3 Sites were constructed since the cease fire. A we Are convinced i think beyond a doubt that soviet personnel Are there to assist in the construction and Manning of those Sites. When i talk to or. Gromyko i can give him the evidence of the Rogers said there Are reasonably Good prospects to get the Middle East talks started because of two major factors first Israel officials for the first time said they would be willing to withdraw in accordance with the United nations Security Council Resolution. Second Egypt agreed Israel has the right to exist something the arabs had not conceded before. On Cuba. Rogers declined to go beyond original reports two weeks ago which cited indications russians might be building a submarine base near Cienfuegos. He said he will discuss those reports with Gromyko. As far As . Policy towards Moscow is concerned Rogers said a we Are disappointed not Only in the missile Sites. We Are disappointed in the rhetoric that they Are using rhetoric which is reminiscent of the cold War Days very strident in but the answer he added is see Rogers Page 8 me Bakersfield californian vol 84 $2.50 monthly delivered Bakersfield California saturday oct. To 1970 26 pages three sections no. 71 Secretary of state William p. Ropers makes a Point today at a news conference at the department of state. At the session he accused Russia of returning to rhetoric like that of the cold War in its denial of Middle East ceasefire violations and declared the United states has been map wire photo bomb rocks courthouse associated press writer new York a an explosion rocked a Queens courthouse causing extensive damage today minutes after a Telephone caller warned that a bomb was about to go off and said a this is Weatherman it was the fifth bombing in the country this week claimed by underground groups. Police said the bomb blew out most of the windows in the building and caused heavy Interior damage knocking several heavy wooden doors off their hinges no one was injured. The bomb had been planted in a phone Booth police said. The Fri joined the investigation. President Nixon ordered the Fri Friday to find the persons responsible for three West coast bombings thursday. Those bombings and another one monday in Chicago All have been claimed by Radical groups. The West coast bombings caused damage to a military armory in Santa Barbara calif., a courthouse in san Rafael calif., and a military Roto building at the University of Washington in Seattle. The Chicago bombing monday blew up a statue of a policeman in Chicago s Haymarket Square. Today at 1 10 . An Anonymous caller told a prison guard at Long Island City jail adjacent to the courthouse. A this is Weatherman calling there is a bomb planted in lie court building that will go off shortly. This is in retaliation for what happen during the week. Inform pig see bombings Page i new York City police Check for bomb fragments Early saturday morning after an explosion hit the third floor of a courthouse in the Queens Borough of new York. The building is adjacent to the Long Island City jail where prisoners revolted last week. An Anonymous Telephone Call to a guard at the jail preceded Hie blast. A wire photo Baltimore wins opener 4-3 militiamen seize iranian hijackers Tehran up a three iranians who identified themselves As communists hijacked an iranian jetliner today and forced it to Fly to the iraqi capital of Baghdad where they threatened to blow up the plane in a demand for the release of political prisoners. Iraqi militiamen seized the hijackers at Baghdad Airport and the bizarre incident ended apparently without bloodshed among passengers and eight Crew members who were aboard the Boeing 727 plane in addition to the hijackers. The plane was commandeered at gunpoint on a flight from the iranian capital of Tehran to the kingdom of Kuwait on the persian Gulf. It returned to Tehran a Short time after the hijackers were arrested in Baghdad. Officials Here said the hijackers were arrested because they identified themselves As communists. The baathist government in Iraq is strongly anti communist. The hijackers had threatened to blow up the plane if iranian authorities did not release 21 Quot political prisoners in Iran. The iranian ministry of information denied the existence of such prisoners. In Baghdad the official Iraq news Agency said iraqi authorities negotiated with the hijackers for the release of the passengers and Crew the hijackers were identified As Hassan Zahran Aureda and Mohammed Masoudi. All iranians. It was the second hijacking of an iranian Airliner to Baghdad this year. On june 21 three iranian students seized a Boeing 727 with 91 passengers including a Nephew of the Shah of Iran and forced it to land in Baghdad. The plane and passengers were released and the students granted political Asylum in Iraq. Relations Between the two neighbouring countries a both moslem although Iran does not belong to the Arab world a have been poor in recent months chiefly due to a bitter dispute Over navigation rights on the Al drag River dividing Iran and Iraq. Four airliners were hijacked by palest an guerrillas in the Middle East in september. On sept. 6 commandos of the popular front for the liberation of Palestine hijacked three jetliners. A pan american world airways Boeing 747 jumbo Jet was flown to Cairo where it was blown up on the runway. Its passengers escaped without injury. The same Day a trans world airways Boeing 707 and a Swissair dc8 were hijacked to a desert Airfield in Jordan by the same group. Three Days later the pulp hijacked a British overseas airways corp Boeing 707 to the same Airfield. Eventually the More than 400 passengers and Crew were released but the planes were blown up by the commandos. In Holdup shootout Cincinnati Vijh clutch hitting Brooks Robinson a hitting Flop in the 1969 world series slammed a seventh inning Homer saturday that brought the Baltimore orioles a 4-3 Victory Over Cincinnati in the opener of the 1970 world series. The 33-year-old Veteran third baseman made a sensational Fielding play in the rods sixth that w found up saving a run then put the final flourish on a three Homer bar rage by the orioles when he tagged an 0-1 Gary Nolan pitch Over the left Field Fence snapping a 3-3 tie. The orioles who lost the 1969 series to the new York mets As Robinson went 1-for-19, spotted Cincinnati a big red machine three runs on a run producing single b y Catcher Johnny Bench in the first inning and Lee May a two run Homer in the third. But then starter Jim Palmer settled Down and the International 42 die in India bus disaster new Delhi up a a bus carrying 52 persons plunged off a Mountain Road in Northern him Achal Pravesh state Friday killing 42 of them the press Trust of India reported today. The Agency said the other la persons were hospitalized with injuries. The Accident occurred in chambal District deep in wild mountainous country at almost the exact spot where 18 persons were killed in a similar bus Accident in july. Russians deny missile Aid by the associated press the soviet Union has dismissed As a sheer fabrication a . Charge that it is helping build and Man missile Sites on the egyptian Side of the Suez canal cease fire zone. The rebuttal Friday came a few hours after . Secretary of state William p. Rogers made the accusation in Washington and charged Moscow with using a a strident cold War rhetoric. Genoa reels from floods Genoa Italy up a Geno ans watched the skies in fear today for rain the Weatherman said would come a and which could bring fresh floods. At least 15 persons have died in Flash floods which swept into parts of this port City of 781 jul this week. More than in others were Hurt badly enough to require hospitalization. Damage was estimated at More than $212.8 million. American league champions displayed their own Power against Cincinnati s Nolan first baseman Boog Powell the hulking Blond bomber got two runs Back with a Homer in the fourth and Catcher Elrod Hendricks tied it with a Homer in the fifth. That set the slate for the heroics by Robinson w to proceeded to give the orioles a 1-0 Lead in the opener of this Best-of-7 series and keep alive a season ending winning Streak that now stretches to 15 victories. The orioles won their final la games during the regular season raced past Minnesota in three straight in the Al playoffs and took an important first step toward the guaranteed $15,000 series prize for each winning player. Robinson who entered the season considered on the downgrade after two lacklustre seasons. Hashed his Fielding skill in the sixth inning when he took a hit away from May. May leading off smashed a see Baltimore Page 8 officer. 2 sex cons die expulsion of spy pair demanded Washington up a state department officials Are demanding the expulsion of two cubans they claim have been spying on the United states. Officials say it is the third known espionage Case involving cubans uncovered Here in the past three years. The state department said both men Are in the cuban Mission to the United nations in new York and used an attractive Young woman to gather information in on . Activities involving Cuba. The state department asked . And cuban officials to remove them. The cuban Mission to the United nations refused to comment on . Demands that Orlando Tendes Gutierrez 29, and Rogelio Rodriguez Lopez 28, leave the country by sunday night. State department spokesman John f. King said Friday the woman who was employed in a Washington embassy apparently was directed by the diplomats to collect information about american foreign policy and other unspecified matters of interest to Cuba. King said none of the information collected by the unidentified woman was damaging to . Security. The woman has resigned from the embassy and left the United states. She was described As a a Young and quite attractive person. Who was in business to August 1970.�?� the woman was recruited while visiting the Caribbean country in 1968, . Officials said. It was understood her activities were uncovered by the Federal Bureau of investigation. The action by the United states against the cuban diplomats followed the expulsion of Lazaro Eddy Espinosa Bonet from cubans . Mission in 1969, and the denial of a re entry visa to Alberto Borg Hidalgo Gato. Noting it had warned the cuban Mission about espionage activities on dec. 13, 1968 and aug. 21, 1969, the state department said Friday in a diplomatic note to . Secretary general Thant the see expel Page 8 weather temperatures Helph yesterday expected amp High today expected Lew tomorrow expected High tomorrow 14 57 17 a a 15 total to Date Tracei season Normal la Isabella dam Reservoir 164.583 a orc feet hero River flow la 144 cos out 384 cts Faroe ast Sunay today Aad Saladay with Light wind Aad aet Mech Eha Apo la temperatures. Oakland up an unsuccessful Motel Holdup by four masked gunmen erupted into a shootout that left a Young patrolmen and two a convicts Deal. Another policeman and a woman employee in the Motel were wounded in fridays gun play. Police said one suspect died from a police Bullet another committed suicide one was captured and a fourth taken into custody Early today. The shootout followed a High Speed Chase on a freeway and Back into the City in which Oakland police and California Highway patrolmen participated. It erupted after the suspects car hit a Fence and police vehicles sealed off the Street. Officer William Martin 24, took three bullets in the Chest sgt. Richard Castle was wounded in the shoulder and James Grimes 30, Hayward was killed. Officer Martin died later at Merritt Hospital and Castle is listed a in serious condition but expected to Martin had been on the Force for 19 months. The coroners office tentatively identified the gunman who later ended his life As Joseph p. Sutton 28. Oakland. Deputy police chief George Hart said the robbery attempt occurred at the Royal inn near the Oakland Airport where Margaret Gardner 55, was shot in the right hip. But the wound was not serious. The Holdup men became frustrated when employees could not give them the Safe combination Hart said. Only manager Don Bohn knew it and he could not be found. The four men in ski style masks herded the employees into a Small office. The woman was wounded when a shot was fired at a desk and the Bullet ricocheted police see shootout Page 8 police sgt. Richard Castle shot in the shoulder in a shootout with bandits after robbery of a Motel in Oakland Friday night is wheeled into Merritt Hospital. Another officer William Martin was fatally wounded. Two of the four robbery suspects were killed. A woman employee of the Motel and a motorcycle officer were also injured during the robbery and its aftermath. Sun telephoto Reader Index Page Sec business and finance 26 3 Church 4 i classified 20 3 comics 12 2 editorials 14 2 features 15 2 metropolitan Section 9 2 Ann Landers la 2 Oil 26 3 radio 6 i Heaters 7 i television 6 i sports 17 3 vital statistics 25 3

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