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Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, Eureka, California Sunday 25 Iii Eureka California May 21, 1972 established 1854 36 pages vol. Xvi no. 143 # world today nation today Economy a president Nixon says his economic controls Are winning the Battle against inflation however the Price commission is considering several stronger measures a Page 14. Wallace a amidst get Well messages from Many personalities George Wallace will continue his Campaign. An aide says a the Campaign goes Forward from Here a Page 14. Mitchell a former atty. Gen. John Mitchell gives his views on the political scene today including the Humphrey and Mcgovern campaigns and the Wallace assassination attempt a Page 14. Delegates a several states named convention delegates saturday. A Roundup is on Page 2. Mccarthy a former sen. Eugene Mccarthy whose name is on the june 6 California primary has dropped out of the race and has asked All of his supporters Here to vote for sen. George Mcgovern a Page i. Vice president a reports say that Hubert Humphrey will ask George Mcgovern to be his vice presidential running mate should huh win the presidential nomination. Mcgovern says he has other plans a Page 3. North coast today Tepee a a new style of Tepee Burner nay yet spell the death Knell for the present smoking ones which Dot the landscape on he North coast a Page 3. Politics a a profile of will Johnson Republican second Assembly District can Iodate. Appears on Page 3. Along with other mimic Al news from the area. Editorial Page. 4 lamplighter. Is in Landers. 12 comics. Insert to log. Panorama sports. 19-23 classified ads a. 24-27 pc cell on people. 11-13 features. I. 9 entertainment. 15 nations weather. 2 she Situ is Standard the newspaper for Northwestern California protests mar Nixon visit to Austria Ireland a violence again erupts in Northern Ireland As a Volunteer Soldier is killed by a sniper and Small bands of demonstrators roam the streets of Ulster s two main cities throwing stones and firebombs at British troops a Page 2. Vietnam a two North vietnamese counter attacks Are turned Back by South vietnamese forces. North Vietnam is bombed a Page i. Nixon a protests mar president Nixon a arrival in Austria on his Way to the Moscow Summit meeting a Page i. Outside today Vilair a the Promise of Clearing skies still be heard somewhere in the aground but the reality of Clouds and t rain is expected to round out the Kend a Page 2. Salzburg. Austria up a Antiwar protesters battled austrian police in the area around Salzburg a Airport saturday night As president Nixon arrived Here for a weekend Stopover in route to the Moscow Summit. Austrian radio and television reported a a dozens of persons were injured when a solid Lipe of too policemen their truncheons flailing waded into a group of approximately 200 demonstrators at the Edge of one of the airports runways. At least one dozen students were seen to go Down screaming and bleeding. The rest fled across Fields chased by police at least five protesters managed to infiltrate the Airport crowd As Nixon s plane landed at 10 38 . 5 38 . Edt. As the president walked smiling from the plane the demonstrators began shouting soviets release policy Moscow up the soviet communist party issuing a policy statement two Days before president Nixon a arrival in Moscow pledged saturday to Rebuff imperialism but to seek development of peaceful coexistence among nations. The statement was based on a Resolution passed Friday by the party a ruling. 400-Man Central committee. The policy statement made no mention of Nixon or his visit but qualified diplomats said his Summit Here next week with Kremlin leaders was undoubtedly the reason for it and the Central committee meeting. Nixon and other ranking . Government officials left Washington saturday and will arrive in Moscow monday after a weekend Stopover in Salzburg Austria. The Resolution said the soviet Union would continue to pursue efforts to develop Quot the principles of peaceful coexistence Quot continued on Page 2 in German plainclothes policemen immediately dragged them away hitting them with their fists. Less than an hour earlier scattered groups of protesters were in the Fields All around the Airport trying to break through police blockades on roads within 500 Yards of the terminal building. Several Hundred police were on duty around and inside the Airport to protect Nixon and his party from demonstrators but Many of the protesters outflanked the Early police guards and moved through Fields to the Airport. The demonstrators carrying signs and chanting a a Nixon murderer Quot and Quot Victory to the Viet Cong Quot began marching toward the Airport on the main Road leading direct from this picturesque austrian City. Earlier they had marched and staged a rally in Salzburg with government permission granted earlier in the week. At a Bridge on the Road one mile from the Airport the protesters encountered their first police blockade. At that Point police began using truncheons to turn Back the demonstrators in the front ranks the first real violence of the Day. Many of the protesters scattered into Fields and began moving toward the Airport in a flanking Man Euver. Police chased them through the Fields. Police parked two buses across the Road to Complete the blockade there and More than 300 police at the Airport fanned out to intercept those that tried to approach through the Fields. Although the government had Given permission for the demonstration in Salzburg the Airport was off limits to the demonstrators. A Radical group calling itself a offensive left said there had been at least 20 arrests of demonstrators. A police spokesman however said Only one person was arrested and four persons including one policeman injured. The presidents car sped through a Gauntlet of police lined up with arms linked to hold Back the demonstrators who continued to shout Quot Nixon the motorcade then entered the superhighway where a policeman stood every 15 Yards and whirred to the 18th Century Schloss Lessheim Castle. Nixon a Home until sunday when he will Fly to Moscow. The Nixon will remain inside the heavily guarded Castle throughout their 36 hour stay Here emerging Only for a luncheon Kreisky is giving for them sunday in a Salzburg restaurant. Several Hundred austrian police As Well As . Secret service agents guarded the Castle and its grounds. Police estimated the number of demonstrators in the City at about 3.000 despite the rain but said the number was expected to grow about the time of Nixon a arrival. The mood of the demonstrators was peaceful but at least six paint bombs were thrown. Four hit the american express building near the old Market Center where the demonstrators gathered and two others hit the Hote where Many of the . Delegation accompanying the president will stay. Among the demonstrators was the chancellors son. Peter Kreisky 28, who was marching with approximately 500 members of the austrian Solidarity committee for Indochina against the presidential visit. Demonstrators Burn an american hag prior to president Nixon s arrival a Nixon is a desk murderer a Kreisky said. A we want to prevent the double morality of my fathers government which denounced the soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968 but keeps silent on Kreisky. A student in Law and political science said his group was demanding of his fathers government that it denounce . Policy in Indochina and recognize North Vietnam. A my father and i have our differences a he said a but we get on very More than 1,200 police were mobilized to protect Nixon during his visit Here. Many shops which had displayed portraits of Nixon earlier in the week removed them saturday the toners explaining they had received Anonymous Telephone threats. The owner of the restaurant where the Nixon will Dine continued on Page 2 City shows shame Salzburg. Austria up Sal burgers expressed shame saturday for the anti Nixon demonstrations that raged through the City just before president Nixon arrived in route to his Summit in Moscow. Their shame was mingled with worry that the reputation of the picturesque Birthplace City of musical Genius Wolfgang amadeus Mozart May suffer As one of Europe a major tourist centers. Elfriede Haunold. 29. A housewife said a this style of welcoming guests does not fit into the pattern of friendliness in our City. I am ashamed. These Young ill advised kids could damage the reputation of Franz Schwarzer 55. A pastry Cook said a Why do not people who Are against Nixon go and live in a communist country i am sorry what happened but i know that most of the people who demonstrated were not Sal burgers. They came from All parts of two n. Vietnamese counterattacks halted Saigon up South vietnamese troops trying to fight their Way into the battered provincial capital of an Loc. 60 Miles North of Saigon beat Back two communist counterattacks saturday and killed 134 North vietnamese troops military spokesmen said sunday. In the air War. The . Command said saturday american warplanes hit a huge Petroleum Complex just 3 i Miles from the Center of Hanoi blowing up an estimated 5.5 million Gallons of fuel and leaving the City under a Cloud of thick smoke. Communist forces in the an Loc area sunday kept up their heavy shelling attacks pouring another 1.300 rockets mortars and artillery shells into the rubble of the town and inflicting Quot Light casualties Quot on the City a defenders spokesmen said. South vietnamese commanders said they would attempt for the third time sunday to reinforce the towns defense. Paratroopers and in a r in is fought their Way into the City Early in the Battle with Little resistance but the latest Relief Effort met with heavy communist attacks which killed at least 29 South vietnamese. The air raid on Hanoi by . F4 phantom fighter bombers was the first attack of the War on the giant Petroleum depot. The raid was made thursday but was not announced previously. The command said about 680 aircraft struck in North Vietnam thursday and Friday a the heaviest raids since president Nixon ordered a resumption of bombing of the North. . Sources also said american fighters have virtually wiped out North vietnamese surface to air Sam missile Sites and a practically eliminated the threat to attacking aircraft. In ground action South vietnamese troops stopped a two pronged attack on reinforcements trying to reach battered an Loc and pushed the communists Back into the rolling Hills. A the main Battle for the City is being fought said a . Adviser in the area. An Loc which has been pounded to rubble since the communists first attacked Che City on april 6. Was ordered held Quot at All costs by president Nguyen Van Thieu. The once prosperous rubber Plantation town is in a strategic position along Highway 13. The major North South Highway from Saigon to Cambodia. The Highway could be a major Supply route for the communists As Well As an attack route to Saigon. North vietnamese attacked one Relief column 3 1-2 Miles South of an Loc and another unit of reinforcements six Miles Southwest of the City. Communist casualties in four hours of heavy fighting in the two Battles was 126 killed a Saigon spokesman said. He said South vietnamese losses included 15 ground troops and four helicopter crewmen killed and 20 wounded in the Battle closest to an Loc. One american adviser was also wounded. Casualties in the other Battle were not announced. Quot they attacked us at the wrong said . Adviser col. J. Ross Franklin of Denver colo., from his command Post on Highway 13 about la Miles South of an Loc. Quot if they had caught us two Days earlier they might have overrun our troops Are Well dug in up there now. We hit them with air and artillery and the Battle consisted of half hour of their attack and two hours of us pushing them Back. Its All Over now a Franklin said. Mccarthy quits state Washington up sen. George s. Mcgovern. D-s.d., running in the june 6 California presidential primary has received the endorsement of another democratic candidate Eugene j. Mccarthy who asked his supporters to switch to Mcgovern because of his opposition to the Vietnam War. In a statement the former Minnesota senator said. A my own name was placed on the primary ballot in California with the necessary petition signatures in March of this year. I now ask my California supporters not to vote for me in the primary Here. A the supreme court of California has rejected a lawsuit to which i was a party that sought to void the Winner take All provision of California primary Law. This court action ruled out the possibility of proportional representation. A since the determination of the democratic party is still highly Uncertain the weight of the 271-member California Dele gation is becoming increasingly Mccarthy said that a in View of these considerations the overriding importance of the Vietnam War Issue and the fact that Over the years senator Mcgovern a positions with reference to the War and some other issues have been very close to mine i support senator Mcgovern a candidacy in the California special Section on merger plan today a times Standard includes a special four Page Section dealing with the proposed merger of the City of Eureka and two special service districts a a merger which would enlarge the City physically by three times and increase its population by two thirds. The Section includes maps of the present and proposed cities including proposed City Council Ward boundaries and the text of the recommendations of the joint merger study committee. The four Page Section is folded into the Panorama Section and May be removed easily. Four Auto a rashes Ferndale Man killed a air Force Aerial recon photo shows damage to the song Ben Hai River Bridge on Highway i at the Doz. It was destroyed by . Planes in an Effort to keep communist supplies out of the South four Auto mishaps which left one person dead and la with injuries were reported by the Highway patrol this weekend. Leonard Dow Nard. 32, of Ferndale was killed and his son Leonard or. La. Injured Friday night on Centerville Beach Road about a mile from the Beach. The motorcycle on which they were Riding collided with a car being driven by Frank j. Lovergine 19, of Fortuna according to the chd. Services Are to be conducted at citizens mortuary in Ferndale monday at 2 . Full military rites will follow at Ocean View cemetery for the Missouri native who had been stationed a the Centerville naval facility for the past one and one half years. Charles Griesback 29. Of Mckinleyville received major injuries when he lost control of his vehicle and ran into a Power pole on Mckinleyville Avenue at 2 10 . Saturday. He was taken to Trinity Hospital. At 3 15 . On route 36 just West of Dinsmore. Four teenagers were injured when the car in which they were Riding collided head on in a curve with a commercial Rig being driven by David Lyall 33. Of Rio Dell according to the cup. Lyall reported no injuries. Taken to Redwood memorial Hospital in Fortuna were Driver of the car Eugene Walker. 18. Of mad River moderate injuries Dean Halvorson it. Bridgeville moderate Debra Halvorson. 15. Bridgeville moderate to major Dawn Welch. 14, Bridgeville moderate to major. Just after noon saturday a car being driven by Betty Hicks 36. Of Bridgeville ran off the Road and struck a tree when mrs. Hicks dropped a cigarette in the car. The mishap occurred on route 36, a half mile East of Bridgeville. Taken to Redwood memorial Hospital injured in the car were mrs. Hicks with moderate injuries Barbara Hicks 12. Moderate Helen Hicks 14. Minor Richard Hicks 16. Minor. California today

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