Eureka Times Standard in Eureka, California
21 May 1972

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21 May 1972

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Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, Eureka, California Page 2 a sunday May 21, 1972 the times Standard Eureka Californi violence again erupts in North Ireland Soldier killed Belfast up a sniper machine gun fire killed a Volunteer Soldier in county Tyrone saturday and Small bands of demonstrators roamed the streets of Ulster a two main cities throwing stones and firebombs at British troops. Four gunmen shot and wounded a roman Catholic Barber in heavily protestant county Antrim. The army said several fire bombings Street clashes and shooting incidents broke out saturday in Londonderry and Belfast. In Newry a bomb packed car exploded outside the Savoy movie theater on Monaghan Street causing extensive damage to the theater and blowing out the windows of neighbouring shops and build my. Several policemen and one woman were Hurt by flying Glass. Police said. The bomb went off 17 minutes after the Telephone Exchange received a Call saying it would explode in two minutes. The delay enabled the police to evacuate the theater before the blast a spokesman said. In two of the Londonderry gun fights soldiers said they felled gunmen without taking any casualties themselves. One gunman toppled from the roof of an empty school after an Exchange of fire with entry troops in blight Lane but it was not known How badly he was wounded. The shooting came As Small crowds gathered in the streets of Londonderry and Belfast. Throwing stones and occasional Molotov cocktails at British soldiers. The troops fired rubber bullets at least three times and nausea Gas at least twice to disperse the crowds. A trouble is flickering All Over town a a spokesman in Belfast said. Another car was blown up by army bomb experts in East Belfast. Police discovered the too Pound gel ignite bomb in a stolen car in the roman Catholic Vulcan Street area and called the army. Residents in the area were evacuated and the bomb was detonated. No one was injured in the blast that heavily damaged three nearby Homes and broke windows in other nearby buildings. In the same area protestants erected to barricades around Woodstock Road but the army asked them to take them Down. Quot we have not presented these people with an a spokesman said. A we have asked them in a common sense in Londonderry angry roman catholics demonstrated protesting tile Friday killing of a teen Ager. The Irish Republican army Ira said Manus decry. 15. Was chatting with a Friend outside a fish and chips shop in the Catholic bog Side area when he was killed by a British army Bullet. Fire bombs went off in two Belfast clothing stores at closing time but no casualties were reported. An army spokesman said Lance Cpl. Henry Gillespie. 32. A member of the Volunteer Ulster defense regiment Udarl was shot and killed when a gunman ambushed his land Rover near Castlecaulfield in county Tyrone. His death brought to 334 the number of persons killed in Northern Ireland a protestant roman Catholic Battles since violence erupted in August 1969. Fourteen persons died this week one of the bloodiest since the shooting started. Dixons trip continued from Page i sunday w the Kreisky a d she had been called a a War criminal by one such telephoned area the demonstrators included stud cats. Well dressed austrian 0"jv he Quot and f can solve. Communist party members and before he mrs. A Jon and Middle class civilians. Some wore construction worker hard hats. Nixon has visited Salzburg As vice Only Nixon and Brezhnev themselves could tackle. Nixon said Friday night that he and the soviet Leader will a Start at the basis where we understand our problems and can came to grips with issues gig log i l convention delegates their official party boarded the presidential jetliner. A spirit of ?6.�?� for Salzburg the pres luxe previously As vice Den a Width Quot of we Quot Many president in 1956 and privately Fri is presumably Vietnam in 1963. He is the first . Quot acre no agreed it a president to come to the City past a where we will not before their departure from this Occa Washington on the 13-Day. ,l0n be do expect to make 16.585 mile tour both Nixon profs and Secretary of state William said Nixon we re not going p. Rogers indicated there were to to simply for a better spirit still a unresolved problems Quot May be one of standing in the Way of an arms up sucks of the trip. But we curb agreement that perhaps Arr 8� no there for substance. Vary important substantive his goal he said is to Lay the foundation a for More Progress in the that a despite philosophical differences that Are very deep despite competitive positions in the world that Are quite different we can find ways to live in peace in the world and to use their great influence along with other nations to avoid those situations in de Moines. Iou a. Demo that Lead to conflict anywhere frats decided to Send 18 in the delegates to the convention there was no military band pledged to Mcgovern and in and Only about too Cabinet pledged to sen. Edmund s members legislators and other Muskie of Maine with to officials and family members uncommitted in a 46 member gathered in the hangar to hear delegation. Vermont democrats Nixon speak from a platform gave Mcgovern nine of the 12,under the nose of his gleaming. Votes held by their delegates Blue and White jetliner with Muskie holding the other among those who saw him three. Off were vice president Spiro t. Agnew and outgoing Treasu i v Secretary John b. Connally Vert annl or. The Texas Democrat who r of fit Mufti had become one of Nixon s closest and most trusted advisers before his resignation a a tuesday. Nixon a daughters inc of inc a to is As \ jul Eisenhower and trivia couple held for Art theft in of 76 Worcester. Mass. Up a Maloy. Administrator of the a Man and a woman were j museum. A the people they arrested Early saturday arrested re not tasting Quot i police identified those arrest connection with the Daylight Jelt a saturday As William Carl theft of a Rembrandt a son. 25. Charged with assault Picasso and two Gauguin and Battery with a dangerous to flee one shot Security guard valued at More than $1 million weapon and with breaking and Philip j. Evans who is but refused to disclose where entering and Carol Naster. 28. Recovering. Carlson is accused the Art treasures were hidden accused As an accessory. Both in the shooting. The two men who entered the exhibit area covered the paintings still framed with plastic garbage bags. As the two robbers both wearing ski masks attempted police and the Fri would not i Are from this Central Massa comment on whether they knew Chusett City. Bail of $45,000 Iowa anything of the Fate of Rembrandt so St. Bartholomew and the other portraits stolen from the Worcester Art museum wednesday. The suspects were undergoing intensive questioning and others were being sought in connection with the Case. A we do not know where the paintings said Laurence miss Hawaii named new miss Usa Dorado or. Up was set for Carlson and $10,000 for miss Naster. In addition to the Rembrandt valued at $450,000, the other paintings taken were Picasso s Quot Mother and and Gauguin so brooding woman the Fri Interpol the International police organize Tion. And state police All joined in the investigation. Maloy and his associates expressed Hope since the theft that the thieves would have difficulty disposing of the paintings because they were so and Quot head of a All Well known were stolen from the Walls of any Price tag put on the Art two second Story rooms in the works is arbitrary because museum on wednesday. I their value is incalculable. A Ilion s temperatures 541c Wydur a Coz Temps 5 20 so by United press International temperature and precipitation table for a 24-hour period ending at 4 p.m., put As prepared by the . Weather Bureau at san Francisco High Low Pep. Albuquerque 91 55 Anchorage 43 40 Atlanta 73 54 .05 Bakersfield 69 50 Bismarck 76 58 .09 Boise 75 54 .07 Boston 51 47 .65 Colchester. It. Upin George s. Mcgovern won Vermont rational lion. Mcgovern fore strength delegation democratic at the Conven demonstrated than some Cox. Were there without their husbands. Taking off about a half hour ahead of Nixon were two chartered commercial jets car cer vers had �pect<1 a lying most of the 182 member Edmund s. Luskie o. Ain corps nearly twice the got the remap no re a be 55 number that accompanied the a a president on his history making trip to China in february. An Gates in voting at the democratic meeting Here with the Pilot of the a spirit of 76,�?� col. Ralph Albertazzie looking on from the cockpit president Nixon makes Farewell remarks As he prepares to depart on his Moscow trip. Up telephoto soviet policy statement continued from Page ii i communications satellite which i Western diplomats said they Ohio. Kathleen Ann Kehlmier of of the United states. The pageant held at the cer Romar Beach hotel was marred by the explosion of two bombs in the hotel area. There was Little damage and no injuries were reported. Miss Wilson. 21, of Honolulu was picked As the Winner of the 1972 miss Usa pageant Over 50 other girls representing each state and the City of new York. First runner up was miss new York Alberta Phillips of no my act Henri i i Tho Nelv Alanl of Elmust North we Steric winos Toro Westbury i the Only Plack Knofl thru a a monday seas near four girl in the pageant. Second runner up was rim Christina Hobson of san fran Cisco representing California. Third runner up was miss Florida Coni Ensor of Miami. Of aaa St. P and fourth runner up was miss a i 4.2 a tsp to i is 22 Roo 4.1 0 21 59 3 5 14 2 42 1.4 North coast forecast weather partly Cloudy today and monday wit Little Changa in Tampara Tura. Highs from the 50s near the coast to the 40s Inland Iowa in the 40s and 50s. Wind Westerly northwesterly increasing to 10-15 Mph. Probability of j rain 30 per cant today to Par cant to Cloudy. Precipitation 24 hour total .05 5 54 Sunset 1 33. Tides Chicago 73 55 Cincinnati 78 56 Cleveland 68 52 Denver 84 46 Detroit 81 56 Eureka 58 50 fort Worth 86 61 Fresno 63 47 Helena 59 47 of Honolulu la 71 Houston 89 68 Indianapolis 84 57 Kansas City 88 57 los Angeles 67 52 .02 Miami Beach 83 72 Milwaukee 84 52 Minneapolis a i 41 new Orleans 88 63 new York 60 54 1.83 Oakland 64 55 Omaha 84 62 paso Robles 65 35 Philadelphia 65 57 .24 Phoenix 81 59 Pittsburgh 69 58 la Portland is 57 red Bluff 56 49 Reno 57 41 .07 Sacramento it is St. Louis 87 56 Salt Lake City 74 49 san Diego 66 55 san Francisco 62 52 Santa Barbara 64 53 Seattle 79 55 Spokane h 53 .03 Thermal 77 52 Washington 65 58 .94 apparently will be used to help expected Nixon s talks Here will Columbus. Louisiana on bilateral miss Wilson one relations especially Trade and minority of blondes at Baton Rouge. La., Blacks and supporters of additional 54 press and Broad among nations but Aho pledged handle the heavy flow of news Center More cast technical personnel had Russia to repulsing the Jon s visit left previously for Moscow. Aggressive policy of Imperia Nixon is making his fourth stat Mcnol for Nisono a visit appeared to International problems As Viet i Quot r j ,.a 4 of a in the the final political preparation arms control than on such few War protestors out have been the Central commit-1 Nam and the Middle eat. Tee meeting where party they said the soviet leaders trip to the soviet Union. Mcgovern first a it president and it is the nor other articles published in a a. A Rwy a Knan re intr Riv grit i meeting. A narc i Ney Sam uie soviet leaders a joined forces to elect three first state a in of Secretary Leonid i. Need both . Made and he guest Wack to four at Large seats in u. S. President to on to u in Brezhnev delivered a report on strategic arms control in order floor. It the 40delegate representation. Franklin d. Roosevelt held his and Neutral reports on inc Wara delegation is largely last world War ii conference Ltd Indochina were carried on uncommitted to any presiden tial candidate. Washington with Allied leaders in 1945 at the Black sea resort of Yalta in there were none of the Crimea but it was regarded As an official soviet 8 and cartoons. Visit. Pageant stands 5 feet 8. Weighs 125 pounds and measures 35 23-36. One bomb exploded in one of rooms on the sixth destroyed that room foreign policy prior to passage to fulfil their promises to and the one above it on the a a l f0, snore. A apers Ami deliver More and better Consu seventh floor and damaged arme forces Dav at Mih tary demonstrations scheduled the usually 8ave Brezhnev and his Mer goods to the soviet people Carby rooms. It also broke installations. I Quot a a windows on the fifth floor. The it c another bomb exploded a few had by United press International few War protesters turned out saturday for a number of demonstrations scheduled on in North Chicago ii along the Boundary of great lakes naval training Center and Back to the Park. No one showed inside pages of newspapers and Resolution. Not virulent anti american editor colleagues in the troika Leader the enormous expense of windows on the fifth floor. I Glenview. 111., naval the . Servicemen s fund Talion. Eltoro Marine for at air air ship their mandate for Neotia building a powerful strategic1 announced plans the official Neus Agency Tass tons that wil1 affect the future rocket Force cannot be absorbed minutes earlier in the parking Antiwar demonstrations at Nur cd Nixon s departure of so Viet policies both at Home As easily by the soviet area of the hotel and damaged More than 30 military bases. P a Economy. Jor station in California or March air Force base also in Seattle. Wash. Up sen. Henry m. Jackson. Wash., won 38 of Washington run d Cycle helmet standards asked Washington up besides the Stopover in i reported Nixon s departure Austria on the Way Nixon on from Washington in a 36-word his return will visit Tehran,1 dispatch. It read after a and Warsaw. He also Washington dateline Quot j visited the polish capital in 19591 Quot president r. Nixon of the re int inn saturday a Ter by talks with then soviet i United states today left Wasll while sen. George s. Mcgovern j pre a Khrushchev in i in ton by air for his visit to the r6however.supporters of Jack or s vice president. Moscow the president son challenged selection of six the Nixon Are to return to briefly Stop Over info the Mcgovern delegates and Washington on thursday. June austrian town of a Izoura. Sturday proposed new safety to our program for increasing the forces of the South Dakota l of Agency also announced standards that would require Highway safety which president he first Sale of soviet made safety helmets to meet specific Nixon has Given top electrical Power equipment to performance Levels. Toms said that Between 1965 an american customer. The four cars. Many Drew Only a handful of some 500 demonstrators the pageant was being seen protesters and some turnouts it bout one fourth of the turnout on National television in the failed to materialize at All. Predicted by sponsors marched United states and Security sponsors of an armed forces ithe two Miles from Mcguire personnel at the hotel speculate Nav Parade billed As the Force pase be Dix in led that the bombers were Nat a in s largest at Torrance. New pc Rev durin6 a Light rain. W nimm f n i. Nav t0. Not i tip Nai highly traffic safely trying to Cut off the show and calif., estimated 70.000 persons about 80 War protestors As Dwight Eisenhour soviet Union in is Way w ing a Ramallo increase in administrator. Hoped to damage the Antenna were on hand to watch the 8.5001 chanted and marched peaceful motorcycle fatalities. The a this proposed Standard on the roof of the seven Story i who marched in the Parade he outside the Gates of Norton transportation department a should contribute substantially hotel the event paid tribute to air Force base near san lawmaker challenged seven or the president who reported Jackson a delegate1-. Friday he was encouraged by the challenges will be heard the a positive attitude Quot toward before the Jackson dominated he talks displayed by Brezhnev state credentials committee a recent correspondence. Smoke june 23. And the decision can of the Lack of Concrete be appealed All the Way to the it Chiev it ments despite Hopes National convention Beach in july. At Miami raised by three previous soviet Merican Summit meetings Ince 1959. Earlier in the Day. Groups Vietnam servicemen including Bernardino Calif calling for puerto Rico s those who were prisoners of another 150 Antiwar Demon dependence from the United War or missing in action stators took advantage of the states picketed the hotel to sponsors said. Marine corps Opportunity to enter it de a maximum Protection of the and 1970, there was an 82 per Kiest the holding of the commandant Gen. Robert k. Vans mass. Army base and a a a a _. M a. To to r a Huv suiu>>x4. I Urill i Holl Cal Ril a us is. 560.000 kilowatt transformer in order decrease registrations and a 54 per cent despite the excitement out marshal. No Twu forces i a inc from a manufacturing Nam deals and serious increase in motorcycle Fatali Side the convention Hall where in nearby los Angeles about tons. When the Prouo recall based in the Ukraine Tass Arnm a on j j t i a a Laid. Tass also announced the i Detroit Edison co. Put based a motorcyclist is extremely in cent increase in motorcycle pageant in the Island. Cushman served As grand mingled with the crowd attend to too Al iou att transformer mutant in nah of in Pirr pack a a a n Ria nor non n a ii ii i a _ i. It my armed forces Day fun. a a a a a Ltd a a Awu i tons. When the group began injuries resulting from head ties. To to 90 per cent of which the 51 contestants paraded for 1300 persons attended an Antiwar distributing leaflets authorities Inin Rifie coir t in i cd i is cart ame Roo Star fsr no kna/1 in Iii Riar a1__ l. In. I aaa let _ a. A. A a a l. To t As a a injuries a said Douglas Toms resulted from head injuries. Launch Friday of a Molnia 2 action on a University possible the judges the 1.000 invited rally at Mcarthur Park. About escorted a dozen persons from guests remained Calm As the 300 marchers carrying Antiwar the base. There were no serious pageant continued without in placards marched from a Park incidents i to eruption. Los Angeles a possible the addition of the new title. Tion May be taken tuesday or at its meeting of april 25, the wednesday by the California committee on educational state University and colleges policy indicated it wished to i Board of trustees regarding discuss at the May meeting the Humboldt state College s status question of application of criteria to Humboldt. It also asked that this subject be listed As an action item so that the Board would be in a position to take action if it wished to do so. I As a i Hsc president Cornelius Siemens spoke before the Board i a april when the College was not included among others for Arizona fire now at Bay Trinidad s famous annual crab feed Trinidad town Hall sunday May 21st serving 11 of am to s poem adults $3.00-children $1.50 Box lunches to go $3.00 Prescott. Ariz. Up an army of fire fighters saturday night controlled a week Long Blaze which charred 28.400 acres of Timber and Brush in the Prescott National poorest. Forest service officials de dared the fire under control 12 hours after containment. Damage to recreational facile i tics Timber and w watersheds was estimated at More than $29.9 million. It also was i estimated that $1.8 million will j have been spent by the time the i ire is extinguished. The fire broke out May 14 in the Battle Flats area South of Here. Before it was contained behind firebreaks it burned through an area 12 Miles Long and four to five Miles wide. Newt hearer Zenith a i j % Gaid a \ a f i i Moderator a in Liq Mot n Fer our que painful hidden noise. Sudden blast of noise can be Unco fort . Especially if your hearing Aid does t shut them out quickly. The new Zenith Moderator eliminates this painful discomfort. And it gives you this Protection automatically. Ask us for a free demonstration. We think we can save you discomfort. Eureka hearing Aid Center 408 6th Street 443-2901 downtown Eureka i i i

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