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Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - August 20, 1967, Eureka, California North coast shrimp Case is sent to Federal courts for ruling on constitutional question continued from Page ii make talk the hearing he would try to raise the $2,500 in Cash to per stilts Crescent City Del Norte shrimp from the forbidden Beds fishermen and other interested county Superior court judge attorney Robert c. Dunn rep onlookers packed the courtroom Frank. Petersen has set the resenting the fishermen later for last fridays hearing since stage for what Well May become told the Humboldt tunes stand shrimp fishing Ami processing is a landmark decision. After Lis Ard that the judge s order does a major Industry in Crescent tuning to one witness in the Case not bar California fishermen City which is known As Quot Cali of Walt Ghera and other cres from taking shrimp from the fornia s shrimp cent City fishermen against the Beds off the Oregon coast and judge Petersen declared he California department of fish marketing them at Oregon had no authority to Render a fistful game on Friday afternoon ports. A decision since the question the judge shifted the matter to crowded courtroom involves privileges and immune Federal courts for decision on a Large crowd of witnesses,1 ties of citizens of different constitutional grounds following a ruling by fish and game officials that the allowed quota of shrimp had already been reached off californians North coast plus seizure of states this the judge pointed Ait was brought out in the Evi Dence of the wily witness called to the stand. Captain Walter l. Gray of the fish and game department at Eureka Cape Gray testified that California fishermen had been ordered to cease taking shrimp from area a off the North coast even though the state has no authority since the Beds Are to Johnson a Vietnam policy i Hill get continued from Page la Vietnam War a a the occasion to announce he was leaving the funds due fishermen for shrimp it a Quot a a Quot la .7 ranks of those who approved to taken after the closure the fish join Tho who disapproved Ermen had filed a Petite for a am8 0ur a Quot a it Olla pm. He attacked what he called writ of mandamus directing that. A a co try the a the president s continuing and the state officials rescind their Teile Tual cj7imun, a. Set apparently open ended policy of action Down the Middle on this issue., a gradualism in the War and judge Petersen ordered fur Ark 001 a healt si8n a a said it amounted to a never win ther that pending Federal court Edward w re action cd All moneys due for Wass said was discouraged we simply must begin in shrimp sold shall be released to by the Way the War had Quot lately to apply unrelenting the fishermen and 2 Califon great store in military pressure on the enemy Nia fishermen shall not during the Vietnam Etc tons bombing All targets of military the interim take and additional a or stand practically i Ere i significance and closing the did in March when i said that i Supply port of Haiphong. I be reluctantly support our present Lieve it is important that we military position in Vietnam a i confront and defeat communist he said. A a after the government aggression in Vietnam in and is elected i would Hope there create a series of asian Buffer would be negotiations with the states around red Tow left and with Hanoi. Her said express support but sen. Russell b Long. D another freshman senator la assistant majority Leader Howard Baker jr., a Tenn. Who described himself As a More said a a i won t express approval a Hawk than the president a or disapproval but i will sex said be was standing behind press support. I have grave Johnson misgivings about the War from time to time but i am not Ai military expert and i wont pit my judgment against that of the i sen. John g. Tower r-tex.,j made his reply to the canvass question a a a do you generally approve or disapprove of president Johnson a conduct of the by Arcata theatre from 2 . Any seat $1.50 # Emo Mph. I broker i a and a Quot sensuous a erotic wat Chat no my tribe a the Serunt pawnbroker�?2.00 a 6 of a 10 00 servant 4 00 a too smoking in rear rows told off by Kiowa Indian Las Angeles a an Indian Leader surprised Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall during a news conference and called Udall a the worst enemy the Indian people Ever had since Gen. George Custer a a the ambush was staged Friday at los Angeles International Airport by Amos Hopkins Dukes National executive director of the tribal Indian land rights association. Udall in route to dedicate saturday a water desalting Plant near san Diego was telling newsmen that indians and others seeking claims to government land were wasting time and Money. The sacred edifice at Mecca the islamic holy of holies is called the Kaaba. Rated on the High seas to apply. The same Rule to citizens of Ore a gon or other states or. For that matter even against russian boats fishing offshore tote Captain also testified that although it has not yet happened. The department would size any shrimp fished from off californians Shore by local fishermen and sold through the port of Brookings. Oregon if such shrimp were Lata trucked into California it was at this Point that judge Petersen halted the proceedings and ruled that a constitutional question is involved attorney Dunn assured the judge that Federal suit will be started As Early As possible Deputy District attorney general Roderick Walton represented the fish and game department. State s right at the beginning of the hearing. Judge Petersen had held that due to opinions by the California legislative Council and the state attorney general. Plus a Federal court decision involving sponge taking off the Florida coast he must hold there is a right in a state to regulate its citizens for conservation purposes even though the regulation extends to fishing on the High seas. Attorney Dunn contended however that later Federal decisions have overruled the holding in the Florida Case. The times St an Dard Sun. Aug. 20. 1967�?pg. 2 Anam weather Rusek. Arcata and Vicinity a Wirt of Bonds needed to re lease Brown. Miss Florynce Kennedy Anither attorney told the court the bad Abas the effect of strip a a. In Wco a to Irger near re pings acc of a ref. Brown Bonnier w ill \ Vietnam not much Chang pm Rater. High troth Flay j6-44, lows at Offut aass Van Abl mings 2-�2 Mph but Rrth a try a rth it Ray our Rig the after ooh. Own tar h3l#rnj a Ana torn 9r Chi. C i army locally in thar tar noon Arec i Rit at Ion 24-Houn total total to 0�>� this Mason total to this data last season Normal to data nue 30 co ii la Tampa Datura 5 towns so Sunrise a i a in suns a i n . Humboldt Bay tides of. Am i. Pm i. To 0 34 l l 1.30 s i 21 4.3 i 14 5 4 i 1 43 4.0 j 48 s s 23 j 24 1.4 j i s s 24 3 0a 3.1 3 42 5 4 am Vakil Blaze surges uncontrolled Montreal a she said the bail would prevent Brown from making several speaking engagements throughout the country. In Baton Rouge la. State atty. Gen. Jack Gremillion. Re am Ai. Pm i pending to a charge by a no ? j4 re ar0 aha Arney denied there was i la c s i a Dea Between state and Feder ii i a Ioos i s a1 authorities to keep Brown i a under wraps a Gremillion said state officials knew Brown was carrying a gun and that he bought ammunition in a Baton Rouge store. The attorney general said Brown want a. De to be arrested by state offi-1 cers. But said the state pres urged out of control at a Mon feared to see a Federal arrest Treal gasoline and fuel Oil depot made where it would late saturday afternoon. Weary Brown was charged with firemen poured water Over carrying a semiautomatic car tanks not get ignited by the on an Fairyne flight from Blaze that had raged since be Orleans to new York while fore Dawn. Under indictment a violation of towering flames and Clouds of the Federal firearms act Pun Black smoke were visible for Shable by up to five years in Miles. Fire fighters tried to jail and a $2,000 Fine. He is unsafe a nearby 3 5 million gallon Der indictment in Maryland on gasoline tank. Charges of arson rioting and flames enveloped two huge inciting to riot. I Oil tanks each with a capacity when arrested Brown was of 250,000 to 270.000 Gallons. Not armed but Federal agents one Oil tank blew up shortly said they later searched the before noon Hospital zing one apartment with a warrant and fireman with severe bums. Six found a gun in a plastic bag others were seared and required with a a a banana clip of 31 bul treatment. Lets. Mackinac Island. Mich. Apr gov George Romney one of the top contenders for the i960 Republican presidential nomination will begin at the end of this month a series of speaking engagements taking him to 15 states by the end of october authoritative sources said saturday night. In Between the engagements Romney is expected to make a tour of Europe to meet Heads of state and bring himself up to Date on european matters involving the United states the series of engagements Many of them to boost gop candidates and raise funds for the party Mark renewed vigor on Romney part in his apparent quest for the nomination. Except for a tour of five Western states last february. Romney has confined his speaking obligations to Brief trips sandwiched around his duties As governor. Eat in continued from Page i for the affair. Tickets May be purchased at the Dock on sunday. The proceeds from the Barbecue will go toward the establishment of a scholarship fund for the College of the redwoods and Humboldt state College. Those attending Are advised to bring along a Blanket As no seating facilities will be provided. Continued from Page ii Mecks of the 5th Marine regiment to surrender. Associated press photograph Rick Merron. Who was on the scene said a search of the Tunnel by masked marines yielded Field packs canteens and ammunition for a communist assault Rifle. Highlights of other developments i . Pilots flew a near record 186 multilane missions Friday in the recently expanded air War against North Vietnam. This was second Only to the record of 197 missions set aug. 3. Communist Supply lines were the prime targets. I a in a periodic updating of aircraft losses in the War. The . Command said 2.573 planes and helicopters had been destroyed from All causes. Planes downed in combat Over North Vietnam totalled 647, Over South Vietnam 199 a a Marine reconnaissance team near the demilitarized zone spotted 15 North vietnamese soldiers in Green fatigue uniforms busily building bunkers. The marines opened fire and without suffering a casualty killed five of the enemy and routed the rest. A paratroopers of the 1st brigade . 101st airborne division had three fights Friday with guerrillas and North vietnamese regulars near Tam by i about 340 Miles Northeast of Sai Jon. They killed 9 enemy soldiers and lost 3 killed and 34 wounded. Gigantic moving web a esses tonight a and a a Quot Welcome times of Mocon for Lima m 2a�a& raft amp a today a from 2 . in wave Amtman see ii with someone you to Nailor a and a Boer tech Kotfer / Nam scope Muumuu Perns doors close forever on our downtown Eureka store Sal being conducted at Mckinleyville furniture in Mckinleyville Sale a Stock moved to Mckinleyville furniture 1726 Central ave. Mckinleyville for immediate liquidation yes we Here at Mckinleyville furniture Are closing our warehouse store in Eureka to enable us to continue our Low Price policy and to give our customers the Best of service and we re stuck with a two store inventory and must liquidate this excess Stock immediately. $10,000 in famous Brand mattress and Box Spring sets at the very lowest sacrifice Price sin arb phone 4a2-2970 continuous today from 1 00 Snow a 1 00-4 00 7 00 10 00 yeller a 2 35 5 35 8 40 Walt Disney a Snow. White seven dwarfs i technicolor Pius a _ a Fife the word is out of its great to Arcata drive in theatre $1.00 always _ pit Ca open every fri., sat., Sun. Ends tonight the liquidator James Sidney Garner Poitier Buela Diablo a color by deluxe United artists1 innerspring mattress and Box Spring sets $2988 quilted mattress amp Box Spring sets matched for both pcs. 39 for both pcs. 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