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Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - December 16, 1973, Eureka, California Page 2�? sunday december 16, 1973 the times Standard a 442-1711 Eureka California minutes of Parent school Survey group Given Board cation s temperatures Crescent City a the official minutes of five meetings of the Parent school Survey committee have been presented the Del Norte county unified school District Board of trustees. The minutes presented by committee representative Chuck Blackburn Are a Point at Issue in what has been a conflict Over whether committee meetings should be open to the press noting that meeting nov. Parents and Scroggins were Blackburn said committee present a an opinion shared by members feel frustrated and Blackburn who noted a the unable to communicate because meetings were to be open for of the absence of High school administrators faculty and students. Quot to he said a the stumbling Block was the j Tion. Presence of the he open discussion yet Here was the Blackburn asked for a directive from the Board to enable the committee to fun referred to the presence at the committee meetings of the news editor of the Crescent City paper. Ast Hugh Wolcott Board vice five president in charge because of at the ii Only us Cythe absence of president Paul trustee Boyd Bradley stated his opinion that presenta the press was not to be a press release principal George a a Mike Whalen stated that he believed the press was not to be at the committee meetings and that the minutes would become the being by United press International Phoenix temperature and prec pita j Pittsburgh Tion table for the 24-hour period i Portland. Ore. Ending at 4 . Post High Low trucker protests continued from Page i Drivers have decided to rest at Home. A they just jump in their trucks at Midnight and Start to drive somewhere just because the slowdown was Over a he said. In Washington j. W. A River rate Edwards an Independent trucker who claims to be one of the protest leaders disputed Parkhurst a prediction that truck traffic will be near Normal monday. Edwards told newsmen the a men that Are behind me. All across this country Are not moving their trucks. There a Only one Way that those men will move. That will be for me to Tell them to a at this time we sitting he said. A a we not going to move until we have definite action. We prepared to sit it Edwards said he could not estimate How Many truck Drivers he represented. Most of the violence appeared even Margeri go per cent support to be in Ohio and Pennsylvania Price it to avoid the larger Price where truck traffic remained \ Jon said. The administration Light. Agreed on 85 per cent. The Ohio Highway patrol Dobrovir returned late Friday. Press release after presented to the Board. A i done to like what in a saving to be pulled out of context a Whalen noted. A you feel reluctant to discuss some things. The reporter called me in and said a its my Well this is my Job. When you have an open no known injuries however. Situation negative things go out the number of shooting in Quot Quot a Hir a s h�o1 Detents in Pennsylvania several of Lle it a min be reported since thursday Rose to1 members also stated Hie n eight although state police said ability of the committee to fun Thev knew of no injuries. Ution after a successful Quot a a,1 ,. Meetings was because of the saturday s most bizarre in. A i1 reporter s presence with one Ciri ent took place near last i a p i r.,member asking if the press Liverpool Ohio where a Diss. ,. L. could be requested to not be Dent Driver hijacked a Crane end of Juja form. Route to pull a derailed Penn Central freight train Back onto the tracks. Police said the Crane was recovered and no arrests were made. There were no injuries. Blockades at truck stops in the St. Louis area ended Friday when leaders indicated Many Drivers weren to taking part in the continued from Page i Nixon said congressional democrats a put a gun to our head Quot in 1971 by proposing an the news editor stated he a would walk in on every and when asked by Wolcott Why he Felt he should do this despite requests not to. He said he Felt it was necessary to make sure the committee was doing its Job As intended and not taking action a under the teacher Sharon to a noted that she and teachers Billie ha1�?T and Richard Crist who Are All on the committee had concurred after talking with student members that the press Issue had a bogged Down the effectiveness of the committee. She added the students were reluctant to have their names in the paper each time they voiced an opinion and that the committee had voted not to have the press present. Miss Hall stood up to say the Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Bakersfield Bismarck Boise Boston Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Detroit fort Worth Fresno Helena Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Kansas City Las vegas los Angeles Miami Beach Milwaukee Minneapolis new Orleans new York Oakland Omaha paso Robles Philadelphia Pep. Red Bluff Reno Sacramento St. Louis Salt Lake City san Diego san Francisco Santa Barbara Seattle Spokane North coast weather Eureka and Vicinity mostly Cloudy with intermittent rain Likely sunday morning then variable cloudiness sunday afternoon through monday. High temperatures both Days 54-62. Lows at night 44-52. Winds mostly southerly 10-20 . Probability of measurable rain 70 per cent sunday morning decreasing to 20 per cent by sunday night. Coastal Waters it. St. George to it. Arena Gale warnings. Winds it. St. George to Cape Mendocino southerly 30-45 knots with seas 10-16 feet. Decreasing sunday afternoon. Winds Cape Mendocino to it. Arena southerly 20-35 knots. Decreasing sunday afternoon. Southwest swells 8-12 feet. Rain ending sunday morning turning partly Cloudy sunday night. High saturday. 63 Low this morning. 44 24-hour rainfall 0 total rainfall this season 26.26 total rainfall last season 11.74 Normal rainfall to Date 11.79 Sunrise 7 34 Sunset. 4 50 police and fire reports Eureka police Possession of marijuana. Deputy a burglary occurred late Dan Deaner arrested subject at Friday night at Lazio a Highway ii and Stafford after seafood foot of c Street. Hydraulic Winch and crab pot reported taken. A burglary of apartment at 1120 ninth St. Occurred Friday at approximately 6 . Stereo stereo speakers and record collection belonging to Jerry Dean Wingier were taken. Approximate value is is too. A five drunk driving arrests All misdemeanours were made Between 3 and 5 . Saturday. Police could i Vic no explanation for the rash of intoxicated Drivers. Humboldt sheriff a Jerry Thomas Taylor 25. Mrs. Barbara l. Taylor. 29. And Judith a. Morgan 29, All of Mckinleyville were arrested Early saturday morning follow i three teachers agreed on the Ling a disturbance in the parking reported that two More trucks los Angeles where he took press Issue and another Factor lot of the lantern 1631 Central to a Ain continued from Page i trouble or sabotage. A Pilot train would increase the amount of fuel needed for the trip. Warren said no Pilot train would be used but he also denied that the regular Florida train would act As the Pilot. Under Normal Railroad practice Nixon Strain would run to to 20 minutes behind the regular train. Other Security precautions require Railroad men to a Spike Down every switch Over which the presidential train will travel and every other train along the route must Stop Well ahead of time and be standing still As the president passes a also consuming fuel. The last president who travelled regularly by train was Harry Truman. President Dwight were shot at in the northeastern d d Ilion from part of the state. Since thurs Kalmbach he ,.efu sed to reveal Day police received at least a t Kalmbach said but hinted reports of violent incidents half the Les Timon would of them shootings. There a Erie him o dcposition5 rom Ehrlichman Haldeman and former White House special counsel Charles w. Colson who was White House Liaison for the Dairy Industry. Dobrovir also said that through the subpoenaed documents he has been Able to establish a a certain kind of record of the presidents movements through cards the White House kept on an individual each time that person saw Nixon. Dobrovir said that a Federal marshal gave him the March 23 tape during his West coast trip. Amri president John e. Butterbrodt contends the contributions were legally made a a no one denies a yet there May Well have been impropriety or illegality in which caused their absences ave., Mckinleyville was that some parents had been All were booked into the meeting with Board members Humboldt county jail. Taylor without the knowledge. Other issues considerable discussion was held on other issues such As an understanding by petition signers that assistant superintendent e. Vern Babcock was chosen by the trustees to act Only As Moderator and not set guidelines and a parents objection that administrators outnumber everyone else in voting Power. Supt. William f. Jameson finally interjected his opinion that trustees were Only acting As private citizens when they talked with committee members and any decisions they made were not Board action. A the number one item seems to be whether the Parent school Survey committee meetings will be open or just committee the use of these funds by the i meetings a Jameson said recipients a he said. A there i a the Board is reluctant to May Well have been poor judg state How you would operate As a committee but it is harder to accomplish things with Many was charged with resisting arrest and assaulting a police of Wright and the tapes seeing two marijuana plants in Back of subjects Auto. Plants were Between three and four feet tall. No other details were available. Highway patrol a single vehicle Accident East of Crescent City. See Story. A Accident North of Willow Creek. See Story. Areata police a injury traffic Accident. Occurred at intersection of 17th Street and Highway 101 at 10 37 . Saturday. No other details available. A burglary at Arcata theater. Loss of Siro reported at 10 48 . Saturday. No other details available. Fortuna police a Harry Jordan 48. Campton Heights arrested for car theft on a complaint signed by his sex wife mrs. Evelyn Jordan. Car reported taken at 4 15 p. saturday recovered by Fortuna police at 4 41 . Jordan was Leer mrs. Taylor with resisting booked into the Humboldt coun arrest and assault and Battery on her Huband and miss Morgan with resisting arrest. Burglary of a Mountain Cabin near Lake Prairie. Reported by Matt Ghidinelli the owner. Miscellaneous items w Orth approximately $80 taken a burglary Mountain Cabin belonging to George Stiglich Eureka. No details available. Burglary reported by Donald Blankenship Garberville at 8 59 . Saturday. No details available. A Michael g. Jurkovich 18. San Francisco arrested for to jail. Rio Dell police a department had nothing to report. Del Norte sheriff a office had nothing to report. Eureka fire department a department had nothing to report. Arcata fire department a department had nothing to report. Fire District no. I a District had nothing to report. Continued from Page i but after a Long pause he added a was a newspaper Reader and a poll watcher i would say Tho crisis has eased but one cannot yet say the patient has fully Wrights other regret is that he did not have More time to prepare the presidents Appeal of an order by . District court judge John j. Sirica that the White House comply with Cox a subpoena for the tapes. A your Brief to the court of civil appeals was seriously inadequate a he said. A a 95-Page Brief May not seem inadequate but what was not in the Brief was All of this in my he held out a stack of yellow Legal note paper 27 pages thick contain pm of typewritten single spaced notes. on judicial opinions and Legal precedents that were not he said. A i would have liked to have had time to do additional work on the Brief. Any additional time would have Wright complained that the appeals court allowed the presidents lawyers Only la Days to prepare the Brief and then took five weeks to decide the Case. A if we had a couple of More weeks we would have done a better Job a he said. The appeals court upheld Sirica on oct. 12, and Wright was in Dallas to attend the next Days Texas Oklahoma football game. The court allowed the White House lawyers a stay of five working Days to file an Appeal to the supreme court. A on the Day the stay would have expired we had gotten a Check ready for $100 for the filing fee a he said reaching for a copy of the neatly folded Legal document which represented the presidents last Appeal to the nations highest court. The deadline for filing was Friday oct. 19, at Midnight. A but from thursday afternoon on we All knew of the Stennis Wright denied reports that he suggested the presidents proposal to offer a summary of the watergate tapes to Cox and a Senate committee investigating the Ever widening scandal and allow sen. John Stennis d-miss., to listen to the tapes. The plan was concocted earlier that week but Wright said he first Learned of the Stennis proposal on thursday afternoon and he contacted Cox about it at the suggestion of then attorney general Elliott Richardson. A i called him that night a Wright i wrote him a letter and he responded with a letter to me. I wrote him another letter Friday afternoon but by then it was apparent to me that he would not accept the Wright said he never suggested the firing of Cox which Nixon ordered when the prosecutor refused to accept the Stennis proposal. He is Adamant that his role Al the tapes Case was one of a constitutional Law expert Only and not of a politician. With the subsequent decision to surrender the tapes Wright s role in the Case was All but Over. The constitutional Issue was no longer involved. He left Washington with the understanding that he would return if the Case were reopened by the Senate watergate committee. The rumours immediately began circulating that he had been fired or that he left in a Huff. One item even appeared in a Minnesota newspaper under the heading a the gossip column reporting that he was so disgusted with his role in the watergate Case that he vomited each morning As he got out of bed. A there is certainly no truth to the implication of that Story a Wright laughed. A i have no idea How they got hold of it. There was a week this fall when i was suffering from morning sickness but i can truthfully say there were no worries of watergate on my mind. Wright steadfastly refused to comment on the presidents attacks on the news Media. By the son of a Temple University journalism professor had some observations about the profession he Drew on his own. A i think its perfectly Clear that members of the Washington press corps Are not supporters of president Nixon a he and while trying to report objectively Many Are very obviously delighted when they find something damaging to the would Charles Alan Wright called a a superstar by his Law students and a constitutional a Genius Quot by Many of his colleagues like to sit on the highest court in the land a a in be denied that speculation for four years. I guess it would be worse to be president of the United states but i can to think of anything worse than being a Justice of the supreme court. A the confirmation process has become very degrading. The work Load is overbearing. Only by h e o i c management has the court managed to keep up with its docket. Capitol work fails fire regulation Sacramento up workmen sealing off the historic West Wing of the state Capitol have been ordered to Lay Down their tools after it was found legislative plans flunked a fire safety regulation. Construction was stopped Friday when Stateff ire marshal Albert e. Hole discovered that partially completed work did not provide for adequate fire exits. The legislature ordered the landmark portion of the building evacuated and sealed off because engineers have found it structurally unsound particularly in an earthquake. Only the legislative Chambers and the state treasurers office and vault will remain in use after Jan. I. And even then the Public will be barred. Nailing closed the passageways with sheetrock Between the old and new sections began last week. The fire marshal said the legislature was violating a state building regulation by not providing fire exits at the end of any corridor longer than 40 feet. Blocking off the old Wing under the Legislatures plan would leave one dead end corridor of 52 feet even after converting 56 feet into a Telephone lounge for lobbyists. Christmas Coupon bbb bbb a i decorator pillows a h a a a a so 20% off any Quantity with Coupon floor cushions Rocker sets Pillow forms toss pillows bed rests chair pads offer Good thru 12-24-73 free wrapping is jul Mph 7th amp e of. Eureka 443-3079 Banka Dericard the administrations antitrust ,. Suit Butterbrodt said a does i people and i would suggest a Eisenhower Seldom used them i constitute a systematic pattern Small except for Campaign travel and 0f undeserved hostility. The discussion ended with the president John f. Kennedy perhaps such acts could be committee deciding to schedule usually Only used a train when taken and wore intended t0 pro la a private meeting a to decide he went to the army Navy game in Philadelphia. Nixon has taken Only one train trip since becoming presi Dent a a Washington Philadelphia trip on the metro liner during his first term to attend a concert and to Sample the metro liner. Be that the Nixon administration on the open or closed meeting was not Issue. Deputy seriously injured Iii wreck Van hits rivet Willow Creek a a hum Holdt county sheriffs Deputy remains unconscious in the intensive care unit of general the West Side of the Road spun and was impaled on the Guardrail on the West Edge of the Highway. U e y was knocked Hospital after being involved j unconscious evidently by hit in a single vehicle Accident four Ting the roof of the trucks cab a nver Missal n Miles North of Willow Creek on Highway 96 at 12 45 . Sat urday. The California Highway patrols Redding office and Resi. Ident Willow Creek officer said Roadway and into the Smith we Liam l Uey it 31 was and driving a pickup truck northbound on Highway 96 . Saturday. The Driver is1 missing. Crescent City Model Van crashed a off late the River approximately to mile East of Crescent City at 8 the single vehicle Accident was witnessed by a Man fishing on the Bank who summoned help. The California Highway i patrol said the Driver the Only occupant of the Van at the time of the Accident has been tentatively identified by gasoline credit card slips found at the scene but next of Kin have not yet been notified. The cup said the vehicle ran i off Highway 199 near the i Houchi Bridge for unknown reasons rolled Down a 70-Foo embankment and into the River. The River was reported to he approximately 30 feet deep at that Point and running swiftly too swiftly to risk divers to examine the wreckage. The cup spokesman said the Driver might still be in the Lehi Cie or could have drifted out of it and downstream in the Swift current. He said the Windshield of the Auto appeared to have been broken out. The vehicle was southbound on Highway 199 at the time of the Accident. When he apparently fell asleep at the wheel. With his head. Duey has remained unconscious since that time. He was taken to the Humboldt medical Center by ambulance and later transferred to the intensive care unit at general Hospital. Hospital spokesman would say Only that he was unconscious had remained so and a it is too Early to determine the truck hit the Bank on his this Home is located in Eureka. It is one of several Homes that were sold through our Quick action service. Our professional staff is at your disposal of you have property for Sale let us demonstrate action that puts a Quot sold Quot sign on your for Sale property. Bob Fulda Louse offbeat Clale 1908 Myrtle ave. Eureka phone 443-7036 multiple listing service

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