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Daily Review (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Hayward, California Nixon puts protest on level daily review photo by Al Homecoming Bonfire sabotage a Hayward fireman is silhouetted against California state College Hay Ward s Homecoming Bonfire which was apparently set prematurely last night by according to a College spokesman saboteurs. The Bonfire was planned for 8 ., but was touched off at The spokesman was unable to explain the apparent absence of guards who had sheltered the pile of Wood thurs Day night and yesterday morning and were scheduled to remain until 8 Tie Blaze on the Hillside was visible from much of Hayward. It prompted the numerous Calls to the fire department and the setting off of a Box alarm at Mission Boulevard and Sycamore ave nue. While the scheduled Bonfire activities were not held a dance in the school gym went off As scheduled. Phoenix Ariz. Tupu president Nix in said Loday it is time to quit making Auto malic heroes out of those who protest and Brand them As the same thugs and hoodlums that have always plagued a Good people. It s about time we Cut out mis about repression being tic cause Nixon said in his to ugliest and Blu test state ment yet on the subject of violent dissent As Long As am president no band of Vio Lent thugs is going to keep me from going out and speaking with the american people wherever they want to hear me and wherever i want to Phoenix rally the speech prepared for delivery at Cio rally in Phoenix was tie president s answer to the haters who surged past the barricades and began throwing rocks at his limousine during a Northern California Stop thursday night. He said it was appeasement and permissiveness rather than the Vietnam War and repression which encourages the violent minority among the nation s youth and put for Ward his own approach for dealing with the Strong application of fair american if a Man chooses to dress differently or Wear his hair differently or talk in a Way that repels decent his Nixon said. But when he picks up a Rock. I Hen it becomes your business and my Busi Ness to Slop him.1 see hear hate Nixon said he could see the hate in the faces and hear the hate in the voices of a mob of about a thousand haters who gathered out Side the thursday night rally in san Jose and hurled rocks and curses at his limousine. Lousine. Many who brought Mieir children were Ter he said others were incensed at the insult to their elected there is no greater hypocrisy than a Man carrying a Banner that says peace in Tine hand while hurling a Rock or a bomb with the Dixon said. No romanticism violence in America today is not caused by the War not caused by repression. Liere is no romantic Ideal involved. Let s recognize them for what they Are not romantic revolution Aries Bill the same thugs and hoodlums that have always plagued a Good he said that the creeping permissive ness1 in t e g i s i a t u r e a courts family life and universities have eroded the strength of the american society and called on the great silent majority of americans of All Ages and of every political persuasion to Aland up and be counted against appeasement of the lock throwers and obscenity shooters lie said Law and order were code words for Freedom from fear rather than racism and repression. Decisive election the Stop in Phoenix was the first of a final four state Campaign followed a rally in Anaheim calif., Friday night in which Nixon termed the tuesday election the most important and decisive Senate election in the 190 year history of the referring to such radicals As those who at tacked his automobile during an appearance in Northern California thursday night Nixon said it was Lime to draw the line against both them and their congressional apologists. Vol. 2s 783-61ii serving Southern Alameda county Hayward California saturday october 31, 1970 10 cents 24 Page demonstrations for by Viet pullout today associated Preijs Antiwar rallies parades and speeches were planned in dozens of american cities Loday in what was billed a massive demonstration for peace on the eve of the Kov. 3 elections. In contrast president Nixon will be Hon ored in Salt Lake City tonight with a Candle Light patriotic Parade which sponsors say is expected to draw several thousand persons. Nixon will be in Utah on a Campaign swing for Republican Senate candidates. The Antiwar demonstrators said they would not interfere with the Parade confining their protest to such dramatizations As Selling apples on Street Corners and setting up soup lines to protest military spending. Rock music about students gathered Friday night at the University of South Florida in Tampa in an Antiwar demonstration that included Rock music. A Candeli Ghl March was held on the Campus Early today and a Parade through downtown Tampa was scheduled later in the Day. The police armed with rifles and shotguns arrested some 30 of the youths and routed about 200 More when they failed to obey a 2 . Curfew and leave a football Field where the Friday night rally was held. In Chicago the sponsoring oct. 31st peace action committee said up to 25.000 persons were expected to Anarch through the Down town area to attend an Antiwar rally in Grant Park. Indictment link Jerry Gordon a Cleveland attorney and coordinator of the National peace action coalition which called the demonstrations said Oiler protests throughout the nation would be linked to a recent grand jury indictment of students at Kent stale University. We feel that Nixon is trying to throttle rhe student he said to turn them into vegetables and to sterilize the the student indictments were returned by a Portage county Ohio grand jury in connection Wilh disorders which led to a confrontation with National guardsmen in which four students were killed and nine wounded. Smear Campaign Gordon criticized Nixon s campaigning for Republican candidates As a last minute smear and fear Campaign which he said was designed to Avert voters from the real issues and problems that confront n new York the peace action coalition scheduled a lunch hour Parade Down seventh Avenue from Columbus Circle to Bryant Park for a rally. Is Miniar afternoon marches and rallies were planned in Angeles san Francisco san Diego Seattle. Portland. Detroit Philadelphia Boson. Columbus Ohio and Atlanta. House s Mccormack gop smear charged House speaker John w. Mccormack d-mass., charged Loday that republicans from prescient Nixon on Down were waging a con trived smear Campaign designed to link democrats with crime and violence. Ii has been an Appeal to fear to divisions and Billenness and has done nothing to enhance the Unity of the said Mccormack. The latest is a series of vicious and lying advertisements and last minute smears designed to impugn the motives of democratic Mccormack made the charge in a statement issued in Washington As Nixon began a four stale Campaign swing at Phoenix Ariz., to help republicans pledging to do More to Stop political violence in the United states. The president told a nationwide broadcast audience Friday night from Anaheim. Calif., that it was Lime to draw the line against violent acts like those by demonstrators who threw rocks bottles and eggs at his limousine on thursday. But Mccormack said Nixon had a direct responsibility to offer the people something More than invective and vituperation at a time when the country yearns for moral leadership and in attacking Nixon and vice president Agnew Mccormack said people look to their highest elected leaders to set the tone and approach of the political debate in a in defending democratic candidates against charges of being soft on Mccormack said there Are no differences in the parties on the issues of Protection for the Law abiding both parties oppose violence and the de Fiance of he said. And the people condemn he efforts of the republicans to make it a partisan guard Story doubted Fri report on Kent state n e w York Fri investigation into the kill Ings of four students May 4 at Kent state University in Ohio contradicts a grand jury re p o r i that said National guardsmen fired heir weapons in a belief hey were in danger. The new York times said today. A is Page summary by the Justice department of the Fri investigation said most of the guardsmen who fired did not say they had done so because hey believed their lives were in danger. The times reported. Shooting rather they generally simply state that they fired after they heard others ire or because after the shooting began they assumed an order to fire in the air had been the times quoted the summary. An Ohio state grand jury found on ocl. 16 that the guardsmen were not subject to criminal prosecution be cause they the be Lief that otherwise they would be injured. The jury How Ever did indict 25 per former Stu dents and faculty members. Fabricated the Justice department re port said there is some Rea son to believe that the claim by he National guard Ihal their lives were endangered by the students was fabric ated subsequent to the according to the times. Six guardsmen said pointedly that the lives of the members of the guard were not in danger and that it was not a shooting Situ rocks the Fri study like bib president s commission on Campus unrest deter mined there was no evidence of the presence of a sniper. The times reported and that the troops still had some tear Gas supplies. The Fri also found that Rock throwing was nol As great just before the weapons were fired As it had been ear Lier. Only one guardsman was injured enough to require treatment and he was hit by a Rock some 10 to 15 minutes before the fatal shooting the report said. The summary said he guard Force was not sur rounded by students and that the troops could have continued toward the commons an open area thai is the Center of the Campus. Taunting the Fri inquiry found that two of the students who killed were in he front of the taunting crowd. One Jeffrey Miller had made obscene gestures Al the troops and the other Allison Krause had shouted obscenities the times said the summary re ported. Three other students who were shot had taunted the troops and two others probably were encouraging students o throw stones the Justice department believes. Six persons shot probably were Mere spectators. Nine persons were wounded by gunfire besides the four killed. Up to photo from Zodiac a. Ghoulish halloween card sent to san Francisco chronicle newsman Paul Avery has been confirmed to have come from the mad killer Call ing himself Zodiac. The card contained bizarre language and included a phrase peek boo you arc Avery said he interpreted that As a threat against him particularly because Sev eral references to the number 14. Zodiac has claimed 13 murder Vic Tims. I m not frightened but i think Zodiac said Avery who refused police Protection i be needled him in some of my stories and maybe that s Why of wrote fair but partly Cloudy the Weatherman Uyi it will fair but partly Cloudy to Morrow with High temperature in the mid i and 70s Over night lows in the mid 40s and 50s. More weather 12. Church. Classified Adi Corn res crossword finance Horoscope 8, 18-23 14 7 10-11 .17 obituaries sports teen review theatres to log vital statistics 11 ims 4 i 17 12

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