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Daily Review (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, Hayward, California A consolidation and continuation of the sunday May sunday summary Antiwar protests fizzle b new War protesters turn out for a number of demonstrations scheduled on armed forces Day at military installations. The u s servicemen s fund had announced plans for Anty Var demonstrations at More than 30 military bases Many draw Only a handful of protesters and some turn outs fail to materialize at All. Page 6. Fremont scholar profiled Mission san Jose High school senior Patricia Broughton of Fremont named Friday by president Richard m Nixon As a 1972 presidential scholar is the subject of a. South county profile miss a mighton 17, is the daughter of or and mrs Frank s. Broughton of 21689 Joyce ave. She had been the recipient of avva ids earlier in the year including a scholarship from the Pacific Gas and electric co. She will attend Stanford University beginning in the fall and plans to be a Marine biology major. Page 7. Tote buying forecast rep Shirley Chisholm the nation s first Black Congress woman predicts an attempt will be made to buy the Voles of Black Ca formans on behalf of other democratic presidential candidates before Tujing to san Diego to continue her Campaign for the democratic presidential nomination mrs Chisholm Speaks at a meeting sponsored by operation breadbasket of the Southern Christian leadership conference. The audience of about 200 repeatedly applauds and shouts As she tells them representatives of Sens Hubert h Humphrey George Mcgovern and Edmund Muskie will try to but Ihei votes in the California primary june 6 Page 6 Volunteer Irish cop slain a sniper kills a Volunteer policeman with a Buist of sub machine gun fue in county Tyrone and four gunmen shoot and wound a roman Catholic Barber in heavily protes Tant county Antrim in Northern Ireland in Londonderry angry roman catholics demonstrate i ote Sling the Friday killing of a teen Ager the Irish Republican army says Manus Deiy 15, was chatting with a Friend outside a fish. And chips shop in the area when he was killed by a British Bullet. Page 8. Life and strife in a condominium built in togetherness for Chris the Glen Eden condominium project offers playgrounds and playmates offensive played Down r defense Secretary Melvin re Laird tells House members that five weeks before the North vietnamese launched their capability to capture some headlines with several attacks not a serious Laird says the North vietnamese Viet Cong capability to capture some headlines with several attacks of a limited nature in selected but he add that he was convinced the South vietnamese could Cope with fhe problem. Page 5. Candidates face death former attorney general John n. Mitchell says to Way to fully protect presidential candidates from assassination but the threat of death will never alter the american style of political campaigning. I Don t think there is any Way presidential candidates says Mitchell now heading presi Dent Nixon s reelection Campaign. They re All aware of it none of them will recoil from it and they will do what they have always Page 8. Mining benefits extended despite misgivings president Nixon signs a Bill Liber and extending Federal government responsibility for j Benefit payments to Coal miners suffering from Black lung disease and to their dependents. In a statement before leaving for his Moscow Summit Nixon says the question was not whether these people needed assistance they do but whether the Federal government should provide it. It is estimated that the 13-Monlh Extension of Federal responsibility for payments due to disability and death from the disease would Cost he government billion and Coal operators billion., Page 6. Also Iii today s review a Bridge 53 career Corner 23 chess a coins 51 classified ads crossword 16 editorial 24.15 finance so Golden years 13. Home features 27-32 women _ .17-21 Hoyward California 783-6111 vol. 227 142 pages 25 cent. Movies .24 22 sports m49 Stamps television preview s by. Eric c. Raimy the scene is just what they describe in the full color brochures advertising Glen Eden where owners of Garden Homes free from Oner pus chores enjoy the fun and Freedom to live their Golden California sunlight streams in the windows of Harold Elaine s modern Low Cost Garden Home. Outside children play on Park like sweeps of Lawn that he will never have to mow because All exterior maintenance and Gar Dening is taken care of by the homeowners association. Can be spent in Leisure the brochures say. Time is yours to enjoy As you but Elaine a tall Man with powerfully mus cled arms and angular features in t chatting contentedly about his Hobby or family. He is leaning across he dining room Able making a deadly serious Point about the 490 families who live in the two year old con Dominium project next to hesperian Boulevard in Hayward. This is a real Experiment in making democracy Blaine is saying. We be just got to make it work. We All have an. Investment Here and we could see things that will be the envy of the whole a reporter who knocked on doors at random. And interviewed 20 homeowners most have some complaints but Are glad they live there. Yet not All is sweetness and Light in the clusters of townhouses called Garden make up Glen Eden. Blaine and nearly All the other original directors of the homeowners association have re signed under what one former director Calls the most vicious attack s he Ever saw anguished complaints from some Home owners who fear Glen Eden is fast deteriorating into a hello accompanied the resignations. Last week the association got a new nine Man Board and the new president Paul far Relle pledged to solve maintenance and Vandal Isth problems and if he gets enough help make everyone proud to live there. I the residents themselves Aren t the Only ones with a stake in the struggle to make Glen Eden Fork. It represents a Type of housing that is fast becoming the Only alternative open to medium income families who want of own their own Home. J with exceptions the least expensive de f cached Homes in conventional tracts now Cost at i least and usually or More according to a spokesman for the associated Homei gilders of the greater East Bay. If you can find a new detached i it s Likely to be no closer to the Bay than i Livermore and the lot May be so Small the Home s Eves Are a Bare 42 inches from the Eves of the adjoining House the spokesman added. 1 a typical family earning a year can just afford a House and will find a House completely out of reach he said. Families that earn less than Are Likely to find any new detached Home beyond their reach. Condominiums and similar housing schemes work magic with these figures. Two bedroom Homes Cost at Glen Eden Complete Wilh private fenced Patio Gar Bage disposal and Wall to Wall carpels. Four bedroom models Are City planners and environmentalists have their own reasons for being interested in this Type of developments where the housing units Are clustered together Wilh stretches of Park like open space separating the clusters. Cluster development not Only preserve open space according to Hayward planners they also use less land altogether than conventional tracts. Challenge developments inc. Is building a con need on 7 the brochures advertise a better life for a lot less Money. But living in a condominium is not without its problems. How to handle the antagonisms is a real Challenge

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