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Daily Review (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Hayward, California A. Consolidation and continuation of the morning news sunday May 29, 1977 have review with breakfast Yew to throw morning in Ilton it in often too u Henwar h Yov Dan t by 7 1 to a.m., rail Tow cd Whatton 711-6111. Tin imitation department unto noon. Sunday summary Forest fire drenched a Nice heavy drizzle helps firefighters control the. Largest in a series of Forest fires raging through Yak Oble Maine Woodlands. Residents of the tiny settlement of Lake Morie in a Remote area of Western Maine were ordered to leave their Homes Friday As a precaution against the fire which Burns across acres of tinder dry Woodlands and threatens to engulf their hones. High winds and warm temperatures make the fight difficult until the weather changes. Page 3. Gunman killed an estranged husband kicks in the door of a Detroit East Side residence and holds seven hostages for nope than three hours then is shot to death by police following a Leigh Speed freeway Chase. The hostages including five children Are unharmed. Their names Are not disclosed immediately. Police tentatively identify the gunman As Ernest Taylor of Chicago. Page 3. Carter goes fishing president Carter settling into a six Day vacation goes fishing with Charles Kirbo longtime confidant and trustee of the president s business interests. Carter s visit with Kirbo and a plan to pick up some things at his Home in Plains tuesday lend fuel to speculation that a decision is near on possible disposition of the family s Peanut warehouse. Kirbo an Atlanta lawyer has been a close adviser during Carter s 15 years in Public office and was named As trustee of the president s land and business holdings in january. Page 5. Rapist attacks 24th the Young Nan known As Sacramento s East area rapist attacks his 24th victim in 19 months but in a new neighbourhood the Sacramento county sheriff s office says. The masked attacker moves to a new area perhaps because of intense publicity about the attacks and patrols by titans band radio operators in the an area East of the City where the previous attacks occurred says sheriff s spokesman Bill Miller. Milter says the victim was a 28-year-old woman was forced to tie up her husband before she was raped. Page 16. Angola coup foiled angolan president Agostinho Neto says his finance minister and several loyalist soldiers were burned alive in Luanda during an abortive coup Friday radio South Africa reports. Neto also says there were indications that some rebels members of an anti soviet faction within Neto s marxist regime Are still outside Luanda and he urges peasants to track them Down the radio says. The nearly 12 hours of fighting entered around the presidential Palace causes Many and angolan Security forces Are placed on full Alert in Luanda radio South Africa quotes Neto As saying. Page 10. Track champions an after his Cal state Hayward track team had fulfilled its dream of a National track and Field championship at fast coach Jim Santos sat by his Motel room window and stared into the blackening sky Over i Fargo. . They just told us there Are Tornado warnings Santos said somewhat i shaken. I think i see one ii was t a Tornado that Santos saw. But what the rest of the Mcaa s revision 1 1 track teams were blown away by was definitely a Tornado one decked out in red with White letters spelling out Page first pcs no hitter the California Angels can keep strikeout artists Nolan Ryan and Frank Tanana. Hay Ward High coach Jim Bisenius is Happy with the two he has Jack Bourdase and Mitch Hawley. Bourdase Baff led Pacific hitlers yesterday with a tantalizing a Fearm curve and fired the first no Hitler in North coast Section playoff history As the Farmers prevailed 1 m. At the san Leandro Ball Park. Bourdase struck out 13 waiters. The fourth highest total by a Pitcher in pcs playoff Competition. Page 49. Also in today s review it u Fey Orma. 4 to 14 Sis Iris a t least 1 20 die in Kentucky nightclub fire Southgate by. Lupi a raging fire swept through a packed supper club in this Cincinnati suburb late test at least 128 persons were killed. My men took a head count of 120 said Southgate fire chief David Riesenberg. There Are still More in there but we can t gel to them. The Lawn is full of he said. We re pulling the bodies out and putting them out on the the fire was still burning out of control Early this morning hampering Rescue efforts. A near capacity crowd of was at the nightclub which is on a Hill in Northern Kentucky across the Ohio River from Cincin Nati. The featured attraction was Singer John Davidson. John Davidson had not appeared said Riesenberg Fie was not Hurt. In fact he helped pull some people apparently the people got Riesenberg said. Obviously they panicked. The place was loaded with smoke and flames and the people could t Lind the the cause of the Braae was not immediately known. A second major fire was reported at the Dura paper co. In Ludw ky., about five mites Northwest of the supper club. It was not immediately known whether there was a i. 14 a Milf of is 7k411i 35 connection Between the two fires. We be got a pretty Good one going said a spokesman for the Ludlow fire department Wayne Darnen Makre d at the Beverly Hills said he thought the Blue started in the Zebra room one of the club s 21 party rooms. We had a Little party around the Bottom of the stairs at the Zebra he said. A was a party of about 23 people. 1 was in that room for a few minutes to Lake their Bill in and somebody yelled. There s a fire in the room there were a few Hundred people upstairs. The Snoke got up the stairs so fast it was unbelievable. We Screand for people to get Back because they had hundreds on each Side. They were All jammed Back. There were doors going to the roof. We tried our damnedest to kick that door off. We could t get the thing off. The lights went off and All the people panicked. They could t breathe. The area where i was in. My people were very orderly very Calm. They got Down through the Kitchen and out of the Kitchen. I think most of the dead people were Down in the Richard Schaftlein 32, and his wife Linda 28, As Well As his brother Carroll and his wife hum turn to i col. 4 Telescope sewn to woman s Eye a i Anita use Fohsta a toy a Neap it in tar to. Philadelphia Impi mrs. Anita Josefowicz saw her husband of 19 years for the first Lime yesterday thanks to a Liny Telescope implanted in her right Eye. For 29 years mrs. Josefowicz 48, of Nanticoke pa., has been abbe to distinguish Only vague shapes and shadows but a three hour surgical operation by or. Juan Arentsen gave her 20-20 vision in one Eye and the ability to read the finest print and to distinguish colors. I was t a bit she said of her husband s appearance when she first saw him. My husband s a Little bit grayer than i expected him to be but he s All mrs. Josefowicz s husband Edward 52, a Kimber for a construction firm visited her at wills Eye Hospital Here along with her son Randall 28. And other relatives. Everything is just she said As she exuberantly described the colors of the Flowers in her Hospital room and her excite ment at having the Opportunity to once again pursue her childhood pleasure of Reading. During her 29 years of darkness she said she cried much in despair and once even contemplated suicide. But now she said i be cried a lot out of happiness. Now i feel i have nothing Nore to cry when mrs. Josefowicz cried she had no tears. That was part of her problem. Adverse reaction to Medicine caused the tissue of her eyes to dry and become ski like. The operation that restored sight in her right Eye is the first to be performed in Pennsylvania and the third for or. Arentsen. Who performed two others in his native country of Chile where he received his medical training. The operation was developed by or. Lemando Cardona of Colombia while work ing in new York 10 years ago. Or. Arentsen said about 75 per cent of some 200 operations have proven successful. Mrs. Josefowicz s right Eye Lens was re moved about a month ago in preparation for the operation. Kitty the Queen or. Ii ii to 1976 maid of Newark Denise Diggins crowns last night s Winner of the. 1977 maid title Kathleen Kitty kids 17 year old memorial High school Stu Dent. The 5-foot-4 Blue eyed blonde plans to attend foothill College in los Altos Hills and miss Lorraine s mod Eling school. She will represent new Ark in the maid of Alameda county contest at the county fair in pleas Anton next month. Sex Cal state physicist wife killed in Blaze Oakland or. Arndrew Guthrie popu Lar physics and astronomy professor and founder of the physics department at califor Nia state University Hayward in 1960, died with his wife Denneta in a fire at their Home which firemen said May have been caused by a soldering cigarette. The fire at . Friday gutted the Guthries one Story Home in the Oakland Hills near the dare ont hotel but the bedroom in which the bodies of Guthrie 61, and his wife 64, were found was not burned Accord ing to Oakland fire department battalion chief join Thornton. The county Coroner s office listed the cause of death for or. Guthrie As smoke inhalation and for mrs. Guthrie As smoke inhalation and heat Burns. She was found in bed and or. Guthrie was found in a crouched window Thornton said. Cal state president Ellis Mccune told the daily review Andy Guthrie will be remembered for his generous giving of time Effort and invaluable scientific knowledge which he shared with his students and Darryl Gray director of Public affairs at Cal state said or. Guthrie was a very popular extremely popular astronomy instructor. Ife got it into laymen s language Long before the space shots or Moon landings and really explained what was happening. When the Moon landings and such did come about his students knew what was involved and could understand and Deal with these things in human Gray said. Guthrie was a member of the original Cal slate faculty in i960 and served As physics department head until 1970, retiring As pro Fessor emeritus last june. His specially was Electron and atomic physics and his areas of interest were High Energy physics and astrophysics Gray said adding that Guthrie was very very Weh thought of in his before joining Cal stale in i960, Guthrie served from 1960-60 As senior physicist and head of the nucleonics division of the naval radiological defense Laboratory in san Francisco. From 1950-63, he was co owner of vacuum research co. In san Leandro. Gray said. Guthrie was a founding member of the american vacuum society and served As its president in 1952. From 1948-50 he served As an associate professor at san Jose state College was co owner of California Labora tories in Oakland from 1946-48, and from 1942-46 was an associate physicist at Law rence Berkeley Laboratory according to Gray. While he Cal state Guthrie also worked As a physicist at the Stanford linear accelerator Center in Palo Alto from 1962-64, and from 196042 he worked As a senior Fulbright research scholar in Bologna Italy. Guthrie received his in physics from Purdue University in 1941. New Bishop plans for transition Cal Homie vol. 1 Ai by Karen Holzmeister when Bishop John s. Cummins takes Over the Catholic diocese of Oak land at the end of next month he plans to sell the elegant Piedmont mansion his predecessor lived in and move into a Church place More responsibility on Lay Mem Bers of the Church to compensate for a shortage of priests. Eventually establish a pastoral Council to advise him. The 49-year-old Bishop was named earlier this month by the Vatican to succeed the late Bishop Floyd l. Begin. In an interview Wilh the daily review Bishop Cummins also expressed the follow ing views women should be allowed to assume certain ministerial roles but should not be ordained As priests. The Issue of the papacy and certain cultural and institutional prowess Are the Only things keeping catholics and protes Tants apart but movements toward ecumenism have slowed. The Cha Ristic movement is useful be cause it provides a style of prayer helpful to Many Bishop Cummins is the supreme authority on All matters relating to the physical and moral Well being of the diocese which covers Alameda and Contra Costa counties. With that authority. Bishop Cummins says come responsibility and account Abili he is both a traditionalist and a progressive when it comes to theology and the role of the Church in the world today. He Hopes to better reconcile the divergent Points of View among catholics which resulted from directives emanating out of Vatican ii. Bishop Cummins has served for the last six years As executive director of the califor Nia Catholic conference and for three years As auxiliary Bishop both in Sacramento Fie won t be installed As the second Bishop of the 15-year-old diocese of Oakland until june 30, but has spent some Lime in the diocesan. Office in Oakland since the announcement of his appointment. Beginning late next week however he will be in Southern California for three weeks to direct retreats. Bishop Cummins has spent most of his 24 years As a priest serving As teacher administrator and religious executive. But he is not aloof to the responsibilities of a Parish priest. Bishop Cummins says he formulated Many of his ideas about the relevancy of the Church in today s life by what he has heard in the confessional. Pimm Tan to Jerf though Bishop John Cummins believes in a Strong Priesthood he also thinks Lay persons in the Church should assume More responsibility

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