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Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - October 4, 1970, Eureka, California Weather Eureka and Vicinity coastal Low cloudiness and fog Clearing partially in afternoons sunday and monday. High both Days from the mid so s along the Ocean 0 "0 s a few Miles Inland. Lows at night in 40 s. Winds Light and variable at night becoming West to Northwest 8-18 mph during the afternoons evenings. Offshore it. St. George to it. Arena winds mostly northwesterly 5-15 Knos increasing locally to 10-20 knots during the afternoon through monday. Fog Low Clouds Clearing locally during afternoons through monday. She Sim is vol. Xvi a no. 276 a established 1854 Standard the newspaper for Northwestern California Humboldt Bay tides High Low it. A A. . It. it. . It. October 4 3 18 4.6 2 24 6.3 8 24 2.6 9 42 �?0.1 5 4 12 4.4 3 00 6.3 9 00 2.9 10 36 0.1 6 5 18 4.1 3 48 6.2 9 42 3.2 11 36 0.0 precipitation 24-hour total 0.00. Total to Date this season 0.32. Total to this Date last season 0.57. Normal to Date 1.00. Temperatures High 54, Low 48. Sunrise 7 16 ., Sunset 6 54 . Eureka California sunday october 4, 1970 Price per copy daily 10c�?sunday 20c 46 pages today hearing wednesday shelter Cove a five year Story retold by Wally Lee persons attending wednesday s Public hearing on an offered Compromise by the shelter Cove co. To the county of Humboldt Are Likely to hear references to some things Long forgotten in the Public mind. Accordingly the times Standard traces Back from its own columns county records and other sources some highlights of the Stormy five year project which had originally been scheduled for completion within 24 months. In the beginning everyone was enthusiastic a the develop ers county officials and private citizens who foresaw a tax base Bonanza which could relieve some of their own Burden. It was hailed a and intended a As a $50 million development for permanent and retirement Homes along with hotels and a business Center on Southern Humboldt county s fabled Quot lost coast a a place of Beauty and Long sea vistas in Clear weather and Majestic in the great Winter storms which later fell upon the financial and political faces of the immense project. All of that possibility still remains in a physical sense. The dream of a Swift completion and an immediate wealth of new taxes for the county is gone. In the beginning the rolling Countryside fronting on the sea and backed by the towering peaks of the King Range wild area had been a sheep ranch bringing in about $2,300 annually. The developed potential is estimated to be $1.5 million per year a figure which has yet to be established. And the beginning was unique continued on Page 9 you decide for an analysis of the current proposed settlement Between the shelter Cove co. And Humboldt county see pages 7-8-9. A Public hearing on the matter will he held by the county Board of supervisors wednesday at i . The times Standard urges you to read the facts decide your position and let the supervisors know where you stand. . Jail revolt rioters hold 26 hostages tharess Scott Scott rites on monday funeral services Are to be held tomorrow at 3 . At Paul a Mckinleyville funeral Chapel for tharen Roy Scott of Mckinleyville who passed away suddenly Friday night of a heart attack. A native of California Scott was 56 years old and is survived by his wife Una of Mckinleyville and his children Earl g. Scott of san Francisco and mrs. Theana Bustos of Gardena. He is the brother of Stanley Scott of san Diego and mrs. Margaret Powers of Taft and is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Scott was associated with the Bank of America for 35 years was currently Branch manager in Mckinleyville. He was a member of Good Shepherd presbyterian Church. Mckinleyville Lions club past president of Eureka Lions club past Deputy District governor of Lions International. California Bankers association past president of the Mckinleyville chamber of Commerce. Board officer of Trinidad Branch City of Hope and Trinidad chamber of Commerce. Services Are to be officiated by reverend Gerrit Van Brand Wink. Blaze expected to be checked tot Lay Irish warmly eds Mast fog ebbing j in a a Lintel �?�7 to help Greet Nixon Limerick Ireland apr president Nixon Sun tanned and relaxed on one of the busiest Days of his tour flew into Ireland saturday near the end of a 12.000-mile, five nation trip his aides said was aimed at promoting peace in the Middle East and Vietnam. The president received a Small but enthusiastic Irish Welcome despite heavy Security precautions and protests Over using this pro american but Neutral nation As a site for talks with his own top advisers on Vietnam. Ireland was the third country in a single Day on the presidential Odyssey. From Spain in the morning he flew to Britain for lunch with Queen Elizabeth ii and prime minister Edward Heath and top officials from the two govern-1 police. Flag of Irish socialism and police thumped them with nightsticks. F rom Limerick the cavalcade drove on to Kil Frush House the 200-year-old secluded country continued on Page 2 Auto hits Hsc fled a Humboldt state College student Regina Towne 18, of Crescent City was struck by a vehicle after Midnight Friday at the Highway 101 17th Street Arcata intersection according to reports from the Arcata City for a Hack on Cai pita i winds phenom penh. Cambodia apr a cambodian military spokesman said saturday ene.,.r my forces apparently Are mass Lberg released today from the ing for new attacks on the outer some men and equipment Are new York a cheered on by crowds outside prisoners demanding swifter trials lower bail and More humane treatment rioted saturday in the Brooklyn House of detention the fourth City jail hit by rebellion since thursday. Prisoners held a total of 26 guards and other employees As hostages at the four facilities. All were reported unharmed. Police said several guards were Hurt inside and a fireman was injured by a crowd that gathered outside the prison in downtown Brooklyn. Several guards were taken to hospitals. But exact numbers and the extent of injuries were not known immediately. One inmate was carried out his head bloodied. Quot Man they hit me like 24 times a he said. He did not say who Quot they were. Missiles thrown a number of people in the crowd were arrested some for throwing missiles from rooftops at police who surrounded the prison. The windows of a news paper radio car were smashed a Block from the jail. No new violence was reported at prisons in Manhattan and Queens where rioting occurred thursday and Friday. Gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller called the prisoner revolt an example of a a revolutionary new problems requiring revolutionary changes in the system. The Quot rash of disturbances has featured televised jail Yard news conferences with prisoners Clad in improvised arabian head dresses loudly making demands to glum officials. One prisoner said it was not a riot but a de Mand to be treated As human beings. Nevertheless in All four jails windows were smashed and debris hurled from the windows. In Brooklyn a guard Captain said tear Gas was used in All hostages were being held there. Powell denied admission rep. Adam Clayton Powell. D-nly., was denied admission to the Queens facility because officials said there Wasny to space inside. As the Harlem congressman left he told newsmen he agreed with the prisoners. A those cats upstairs Are doing the right thing a he said. Raising a clenched fist toward the red Brick jail s windows he yelled a a done to give up one Inch. Keep up this right a Herman Badillo puerto Rico born congressional aspirant and rep. Shirley Chisholm Black congresswoman from Brooklyn. Went to the Long Island City jail at the request of the prisoners to help resolve the situation. Badillo said he thought their complaints had Merit. Rain fog kill South stale fires los Angeles apr Cool ing temperatures fog and the first rain since june helped fire fighters saturday Knock Down the last of the devastating Brush and Timber fires that have ravaged California for More than a week. Light rain fell on the dying embers of Many of the fires that since sept. 25 have charred almost a half million acres destroyed More than 1.000 Homes caused an estimated $175 Mil lion in damage and taken la lives. Most of the blazes were brought under control last week. But the flames lingered on in some of them and others flared up. The fires entered in the Southern part of the state. Continued on Page 2 football scores 31 far West Portland St. 54, Humboldt St. I redwoods 39. Solano 13 us 45. Osu 13 air Force 37, Colo state univ 22 Iowa state 16, Utah 13 Oregon 28, Washington St. 13 Purdue 26. Stanford 14 Washington 56. Navy 7 Arizona state 52, Wyoming 3 Boise state 17. Montana state to Montana 38, Weber state 29 Midwest Ohio state 34, Duke to West Virginia 16, Indiana to Illinois 23, Syracuse 0 Nebraska 35. Minnesota to Northwestern 20, South meth Odist 0 Michigan notre Dame 29. Cellblock except the one on the j state 0 fifth floor where the three Host-1 Tulsa 27, Memphis state 12 Ages were held by 240 prisoners. The modern 10-Story jail holds 1,500 persons about double its originally intended capacity. After Rockefeller s intervention two state judges entered the Century old Long Island City 20 jail in Queens where the riots began thursday to hold on the spot bail review hearings five i of Wisconsin 29, Penn state 16 Dayton 28, Louisville la East Pennsylvania 17, Brown 9 Kansas 49, new Mexico 23 Kansas St. Univ. 21. Colorado West Michigan 23, Bowling Green 3 Boston College 56. Virginia military 3 Harvard 39, Rutgers 9 Princeton 24, Columbia 22 Villanova 34. Delaware 31 Cornell 41, Lehigh 14 Pittsburgh 27, Kent state 6 Yale 39. Colgate 7 Dartmouth 50. Holy Cross 14 South Auburn 33, Kentucky 15 Wake Forest 27. Virginia 7 Florida 14, no. Carolina St. 6 Georgia tech 28, Clemson 7 Mississippi St. 7, Georgia 6 Tennessee 48, army 3 Florida 14, no Carolina St. 6 Georgia tech 28. Clemson 7 Mississippi 48. Alabama 23 Southwest Texas 21, Urcla 17 ments conferred on Middle East peace efforts and other International issues. Fly to Shannon Nixon and his wife Pat then flew to Ireland a Shannon Airport w Here prime minister Jack Lynch told him Quot i extend to you our traditional Hundred thousand Nixon responded a there is no country in the world i would rather have a Day off in than Nixon quipped that an Irish background was essential for any successful american Politi Cian and added a a i am aware of the contribution of the Irish to America. Nixon then walked toward a Barrier holding Back the crowd and dozens of them shoved for Ward to shake his hand. Moments later the presidential party left in a motorcade for Limerick. Crowds were six deep along the streets of Limerick. A. Counter of demonstrators tried to hoist the plow and stars egyptians continue to March defense ring of phenom Penn. As he spoke cambodian fighter bombers were striking at an enemy concentration Only 14 Miles North of this capital on the East Bank of the Mekong River. Simultaneously a third battalion of government troops was sent to break a Roadblock on Highway 4 Between phenom penh and the nation s Only deep water port at Kampong som. Communist command troops had Cut the vital Highway 40 Miles Southwest of phenom penh As part of their week old. Coordinated drive to control cambodians main land routes. High level talks cambodian officers said they miss Bowne it was reported. Hoped to open route 4 this was crossing against a red Light j weekend when she was struck by a be j . John s. Mccain com hide being driven by Joseph Mander of All . Forces in the h. Domoe 20, of Eureka. She Pacific flew in to phenom penh lines of the Weott area fire which has charred Over 2000 acres 20 of which have been within the state Parks system and injured three. The Blaze suspected to have been deliberately set thursday is expected to be totally under control by late this afternoon. Low winds and fog have facilitated approximately 550 men three injuries have occurred As a result of the lire. A conservation Camp inmate was injured by an axe when the Blaze first broke out a Volunteer student was Hurt when he Cut his foot with a fire tool and an unidentified Driver was injured Friday night when the water Wagon he was operating overturned. According to reports from the division of forestry of 13 and 70 pieces of equipment in trucks seven Are to be released controlling the flames. Received moderate injuries and was taken to Trinity Hospital where she was reported last night to be in satisfactory condition. In a separate mishap Joyce a. Moore 22, of Eureka received minor to moderate injuries at 2 20 saturday morning on Highway 36 East of Carlotta. According to reports from the California Highway patrol she ran off the Road on a curve and struck a tree. Today to return to civil defense and county stations. Men and equipment from private Industry Are being released first along with out of county personnel. Information Points informational Check Points on routes 36, 299 and 199 have been set up by the Forest service to inform people entering six Rivers National Forest for unannounced High level talks with cambodian leaders. He is scheduled to meet sunday with cambodians Premier Gem and Mineral show. Gen. Lon nol and others of the High command. The cambodians Are expected to press for increased military help from the United states. Mccain declined to talk to newsman on his arrival but a . Embassy source Slid the Pacific commander brought Noia ships. More than 60 cases of new . Commitment. 1 exhibits Are on display. Rock show ends today j Jade exhibits polishing displays exercises in Smithing and Quot a Quot 7 in .7 �?�77 h j amp about the Gravity of the fire Moon tektites continue on pub Hazard and inform them of relic View today from to . To striations being placed on the 6 . At Redwood acres part use of the Forest. Of the 16th annual Humboldt p011 9 tile Check Points Are at Houchi Bridge and at the agricultural station at the the last Day Many prizes state line. The Check Point on Are to be Given away All with route 299 Are at Berry Summit a Rock theme. In addition a t Anco at Bridgeville Dinsmore program demonstrating the i and South Fork Mountain on a ecological experience is to Highway 36. Be presented at Check Points will be in proceeds i rom the show go operation until the serious fire toward the awarding of a schol conditions Abate. Continued on Page 2 my 20,000 Iii win War rally Washington a win the War marchers thousands Strong paraded their Vietnam Victory banners Down Pennsylvania Avenue saturday. The Rev. Carl Mcintire led the Way a Victory chant on his lips and a Bible under his . . Park police estimated the crowd at Mcintire s Washington Monument Victory rally at 15,000 to 20,000 people. The fundamentalist radio preacher had hoped to present South vietnamese vice president Nguyen Cao Kyas the Lea by the associated press i Urt d performer at a washing ton Monument rally but he was thousands of egyptians mourning the death of president carnal Abdel Nasser and denouncing Israel marched through the streets of Cairo saturday while a joint soviet egyptian communique called for further efforts to end the Middle East War. The communique published in Moscow after soviet Premier Alexei n. Kosygin returned from Cairo said the two coun tries would a a continue pooling and coordinating efforts aimed at the settlement of the Middle East it also Quot reaffirmed the need absent. By did Send a statement declaring his people a determined to stand firm in face of communist by message read Kyd a wife second Choice As a stand in did t make it either. The by message was read by Tran Khoa hoc second Secretary of the South vietnamese embassy. The Park police estimated 15,000 to 20,000 people were at the rally. District of Columbia police at i . Had estimated the turnout at 8,000 As the March funnelled onto the Monu for the earliest elimination of Ray no rounds. The consequences of israeli i crowd was Only a traction apparently refer i0 the 500,000 people Mcintire had estimated would rally in support of a win the War policy in Vietnam and a crusade against communism everywhere. Mcintire himself claimed there were 250,000 people on aggression ring to territory occupied by israelis troops in the six Day 1967 War. Egypt a Only political party the Arab socialist Union summoned the 150-member Central committee to a meeting Mon Day. Radio Cairo announced. It hand. Said the party Sall powerful sex i Quot my Here today Are the ecu Tive committee meeting in i words of the vietnamese people Der acting president Anwar who Are determined to fulfil Sadat issued the Call. Their aspirations for peace in May pick new chief Freedom and who Hope to have observers said the Central i the continued assistance of he committee meeting May be to american people and of other Michigan 14, Texas a amp Mio Missouri 40, Oklahoma state Pompidou visit Paris apr president Georges Pompidou leaves tuesday for an eight Day visit to the soviet Union aimed at asserting Frances role in East West relations and promoting Trade. He is said to be concerned about influence gained by West Germany which signed a non aggression treaty with the so Viet Union last August. Elect a new head of the party and executive committee posts held by Nasser until his death monday. It could bring to the surface a Power struggle be tween leftists and moderates in the party. Kosygin flew out of Cairo after admonishing egyptian Load ers to maintain the . Spon Peoples in the world who cherish peace and Freedom a the by message said. The South vietnamese vice president said he would have come himself but for indications that his appearance might stir unrest and violence. Little trouble there was in fact Little trouble sorted peace plan and the 90 Day i at the rally Only a few minor cease fire the authoritative skirmishes Between marchers in newspaper Al ashram reported. Sadat a 60 Day provisional continued on Page 2 hard hats and Youthful counter demonstrators. One group of continued on Page 2 Washington so March for Victory Conics Down Pennsylvania Avenue in route to the Washington Monument for a Victory rally yesterday. Fundamentalist preacher Carl Mcintire led the Parade. Police estimated that Between 15,000 and 20,000 persons took part in the rally. Up \

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