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Star-News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Pasadena, CaliforniaCode 415. Boyfriend Girlfriend peril is passion not pistol Bojoh Mcalister 1 staff writer 1 a ride a noted drench novelist history was t thinking about policemen first of 3 porn of Ades ago when he declared we owe to the Middle. Ages the two worst inventions of humanity romantic love and but he could have been. Today s average police offi cer daily the Wrath of Gunpowder s invention yet the real test of met the seems to come when he is confronted with refereeing an unpredictable encounter be tween embattled romantic lovers. One Veteran Lawman of 25 years echoed fellow officers when he said i be rolled on robberies shootings fights you name it but nothing is quite As frightening As hav ing to take that fateful step Between a couple of passion ate punch out and when love does finally rear its heart shaped head before the working cop it has a name boy girl 415. In Quick Lay terms disturbing the peace. Policemen do not disapprove of love. On the contrary. But what they see of it in action is often coupled with the bizarre the paradoxical and occasionally spiked with splashes of dark humor. Although such 415s Are a common occurrence few of them Ever become part of our written heritage which the police feel is unfortunate. It is unfortunate they say because each by 415 is underscored by a slice of americana that lends insight to Peoples relationships. Fortunately however policemen realize the import Ance of this folklore and have undertaken like modern minstrels. To see that it does not die. Ask any policeman to re Call what the by 415s he s seen have been like and it May go something like this it was a quiet muggy afternoon in Pasadena not top Many years ago when a couple of officers were Dis patched to quell a major up rising Between a Man and a woman. Neighbors had complained about the noise being deafening. When the officers rounded the last Corner they confronted by a huffing puff ing 320-Pound nude woman hurtling at their patrol car like a suicidal hot skittering Pursuit was her equally attired 98-Pound Par amour bleating for her re. Love see Page 3 in sports Muir wins Mustangs stun Blair 13-0. See Page is. Pasadena California sunday september 24, 1972 25 cents ugandan disputed Tanzania hits report of Battle associated presi the state of the week old ugandan tanzanian conflict was veiled and counterclaim with a Ugan Dan military spokesman report ing very hot fighting and a tanzanian military spokesman reporting All quiet. Government controlled radio Uganda confirmed that troops and airmen from Libya Are in Uganda to Aid in Battle while diplomats from other african countries sought peace. And great Britain sent a special envoy to Kampala to figure out How to get British asians Uganda by monday to comply with new directives from president Idi Amin. A plan Load of 186 asians was scheduled to touch Down Iri Britain today. T h e u g a n d a n military spokesman. Said saturday s fighting was in the tanzanian Village of Mutu Kula at the Der with Uganda. He said a for Mer ugandan official Hart Tarzan a suffered losses. Tanzania s spokesman declared the Border command re ported everything quiet in Mutu Kula. The ugandan spokesman in a a message pro adapt by radio Uganda said Joshua Ava Kholi former minister of Public serv ice an d Cabinet affairs in the government of ousted president Milton Obote had been taken prisoner severely wounded. The spokesman also reported that a medical card belonging . David Coyite Jook had been found near Mutu Kula and is Likely that Jook was killed during the fighting. Coyite Ojik who fled to tanzanian after Obote was Over thrown by Gen. Amin was thought to have been command guerrilla Force which is believed to have crossed into Uganda last sunday. The spokesman said Uganda would not bomb the area in the interest of innocent and appealed to Tanzania to withdraw. According to the London Institute for strategic studies Uganda s has men compared to Tanzania s Uganda has a 600-Mah air Force with 21 combat planes. Tan Zania s 500-Man air Force has Only transports and trainers. Were photo pow poses for Navy Pilot it. Morris a. Charles of san Diego one of three prisoners of War recently freed by Hanoi Waits while wife takes pictures during a stroll in downtown Hanoi. Charles and the two other pos were released last sunday. Peace activists brought mrs. Charles and the Mother of another pow into North Vietnam to be on hand when they were freed. 1980 Date to watch Energy environment t7i tw7 i 7 crisis r aces w or id associated Power devouring Poison belching con Sumer societies of the industrialized world seem headed for a monumental crisis generated clash Between their voracious appetite for Energy and their fear for the environment. Each industrialized nation East or West communist or capitalist faces a painful dilemma they need constantly mounting supplies of Energy to sustain living standards but As Energy supplies increase living standards Are damaged by sharply declining Quality of Environ ment. In a world of 3.7 billion people industrialized nations already worry about future sources of Energy. What will happen if As predicted the world is six billion by the year scientists speak of 1980, 1985 and 2000 As to watch. Unless solutions Are found the Quality of life will be passing from bad to worse to Well nigh impossible. The problem is that every Rise in the use of Energy Means More damage to the ecology unless technology can Supply some answers. Between 1960 and 1970 world demand for Energy rose.70 per cent it is still zooming upward at a current rate of 5y2 per cent a year. In the 1970s the world will need 235 billion barrels of Oil alone to produce the Energy it needs. That is More than All the Oil used in All the years until 1970. The Cycle has a frightening look Power produces Energy. Energy keeps Indus try moving and supplies what people in advanced countries have come to regard As necessities. But Industry and the proc Ess of Power production itself both Pul Lule and damage the environment. The american housewife infuriated by soot from the local Power Plant hardly wants to get along without her plethora of appliances. She wants and uses More and More Power. The parisian deploring country s fouled air routinely and mindlessly contributes daily to reeking noisy traffic jams. The italian innkeeper fears poisoned air and Waters will scare away tourists but he would howl in anguish if electricity were rationed. Some experts insist that halting economic growth and Industrial develop ment or even slowing the Pace could spell stagnation and Advance the Date of Ca Lamity they say the answer must be More rational uses of today s technology. For this Here must be More and much closer collaboration among Industrial nations than is evident now. see pm. 4 says Nixon refuses to face people Mcgovern sees Campaign upturn George Mcgovern said saturday democratic presidential Campaign is on an upturn which will Force presi Dent Nixon into More open campaigning but Nixon re turning from second major Campaign swing said tilings were just Fine with ., at the same time vice president Spiro was carrying on Long distance debate Wilh Mcgovern Over the Vietnam War and said this War is no More unpopular than others in the nation s past Sargent Shriver Mcgovern s vice presidential running mate spoke at a Jefferson Jackson Day dinner in Las vegas saturday night. Mcgovern. Told the Ohio democratic convention that Nixon refuses 90 per cent of the time to face the Ameri can he said there is american tradition that a presidential candidate must take record to the especially if it is one that desperately needs sex Mcgovern said substitute campaigners and second string cannot permit Nixon to avoid taking record personally to the country. The democratic candidate said instead of going out with the Nixon chose to go to the Texas ranch of John b. Connally to see Oil billionaires and a few Moss Back politicians who Call themselves Nixon met Friday night with big Campaign contributors and democrats for Nixon at Connally s ranch in quest of Texas 26 electoral votes. As he left san Antonio saturday the president moved through the fringes of an Airport crowd of several thou Sand shaking hands and acknowledging cheers. Tile White House staff issued a statement in san Anlo to in which Nixon cited newly announced statistics which he said show we definitely Are on the right track with our economic policies. We have made solid Progress in the Battle against in the statement said. But that Battle is not yet won. We Are determined to Cut the rate of inflation even More than we Agnew in heavily Republican country at London ky., defended the . Bombing of North Viet Nam and rejected Mcgovern s Contention that the War is immoral and unpopular. There is nothing immoral about helping a nation that has been callously and ruthlessly Agnew told an Airport rally and the Vietnam War is no More popu Lar than other wars fought by the United Nixon met with several Hundred Young workers at the while House after they had earlier announced their endorsement of . Nixon told the group it s wrong for men who work to get less than a Man on and they cheered. -alaska1 gov. William a. Egan said he would endorse Mcgovern s candidacy. Mcgovern see Page 2 freed pos Kin delay in return crackdown fewer births seen 3 airmen foiled reds Marcos Manila a president Ferdinand e. Marcos declared saturday night he imposed martial Law in the Philippines to save the Republic from a communist rebellion and to re form society. The president s remarks in a nationwide radio and to Broad cast came at the end of a period of about 12 hours in which the nation of islands in the Western Pacific had been Cut off from the world by a govern ment ordered communications blackout. Marcos said an escalating threat of armed insurrection had prompted to take this extra constitutional. Power to protect the gunmen on prowl he ordered martial Law Fri Day night after gunmen fired into the car of the Secretary of defense in what the government called an assassination at tempt. The official was unhurt. Scores of political arrests were reported to have followed. At the United nations in new York foreign minister Carlos. A. Romulo of the Philippines said Marcos had declared the entire country a land Reform area. Romulo said that Means tenants who have lived lives of enslavement for centuries now Are entitled to own lands. Marcos emphasized in broadcast that martial Law is not a military takeover of the civilian government but a measure to end the present National a Midnight to 4 . Curfew went into effect immediately Marcos said. Elements of the metropolitan police command or metro com set up Check Points in the greater Manila area to enforce the curfew. Manila peaceful results of the martial Law de Cree were peaceful the four million or so residents of the greater Manila area went about their Normal weekend activities. There was the usual Light saturday traffic throughout the City and people went to the movies and the supermarkets. The population missed the usual daily radio newscasts and newspapers however As metro com troops closed the City s eight major English language newspapers and about a dozen radio and television stations. Other measures contained in the edict which Marcos signed late Friday of All Domestic and International Media operating in the Philippines ban on filipinos from going abroad. Closure of schools on All Levels for a week. Penalty for illegal Possession of firearms. Total ban on Public demonstrations rallies and labor strikes. Courts will continue functioning except in cases involving violations of Public or Der he Funda Menla Law National Security abuse and. Improper use a the military uni form. . Wives said not aboard expecting less Laos flight f associated Frew Washington a in a report coinciding with a two year group in the . Birthrate the census Bureau provided new evidence saturday that Young wives Are expecting to have still fewer children. The Bureau said the average number of births expected by wives 18-24 years old declined from 2.4 to 2.3 from 1971 to 1972, continuing a trend in the birth expectations of Young wives. In 1967, a similar Survey with a similar age group produced a figure of 2.9. For wives in the 25-to-29-year of group the average number of births expected dropped from 2.6 last year to 2.5 in 1972 and continued to this year. Hostage robbed the Bureau said that wives Between 18 and 24 years old represent about 2-5 of All women in that he group. But the number of children that the unmarried women in this age group will eventually have will probably be lower than those already marked the report said. The report cautioned that it is difficult to generalize from birth expectations of Young women because the group includes a substantial proportion of women who married Young and who have Low educational attainment. These women Are most subject to the possibility of having unwanted police killing suspect search spreads again Buena Lee Clouston took another hostage saturday morning arid forced to drive to Bell gardens Buena Park police reported. The 37-year-old elusive Fugi Tive a suspect in the killing of a police detective forced Lanny Armstrong of Buena Park to drive to Bell gardens about 1 ., officers said. Armstrong reportedly told police that when he got to Home at 6371 Stanton ave., Buena Park Early saturday morning he found Clouston clean shaven and wearing a laundered yellow shirt waiting inside the otherwise unoccupied Home. The Man said investigators apparently had not known Clouston prior to the Early morning incident. The suspect forced Strong at gunpoint to drive to Florence and Wilcox ave Nues in Bell gardens where he robbed the Buena Park Man of an undetermined amount of Cash and fled on foot police said. Armstrong who notified police after the incident was not Hurt. The search for Clouston now stretches from the Bell Gar Dens area to Buena Park offi cers reported. Clouston has been at Large since last thursday when Beuna Park police detective Darrel o. Cafe 45, was shot and killed when he went to the suspect s Home at 939 s. Emerald place Anaheim in connection with a knife Point attack Iri which a 21-year-old pregnant woman was forced to commit an act of sexual perversion police said. Cafe a 10-year-Veteran of the Force and the father of five was shot in the head and Chest. The Buena Park police association representing rank and file members of the City g police department has offered a Reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Cate s Slayer. Inside today headlines and hemlines reflecting the excitement of political fever members of the women s auxiliary of Huntington memorial Hospital have chosen the theme headlines and for their upcoming Benefit luncheon. Ruth Billheimer has the Story on Page cd. Art bonks.a4 classified Bi-b1g Denlis editorial s financial. Jug Garil people c1-c6 real kslme.b-2 sports. Theatres 10-11 travel a2 phones Pasadena area 736-0311, East Valley 445-2434, los Angeles 681 4871. News desk phone after hours 681-4874. Sports after hours 681-4873. For delivery of a missed paper subscribers to the eve Ning edition May Call from 5 . To 7 . Monday through Fri Day 7 . To . Saturday and 7 . To . Sun Day subscribers to the morning edition 7 . To . Mon Day through saturday 7 . To . Sunday. Stateside relatives of three american pilots released from North vietnamese prison Camps reacted to a delay in their return saturday with Dis. Appointment and resentment most of it directed at Hanoi but some at Washington. The three men were not aboard a flight from Hanoi to Vientiane Laos As had been expected and american anti War activists who obtained the release of the men issued a statement that the delay was apparently caused by fear that the released prisoners would be taken into custody by american military authorities. Gerald Gartley 68, of Green Ville Maine and father of Navy it. Markham Gartley blamed the delay on inter Ference by the . Government and said the Nixon administration should keep its nose out of this Hanoi conditions airs. Barney Elias Mother of air Force maj. Edward Elias said she and her husband Are very upset Over the apparent by Hanoi of conditions for the release of the men including a guarantee that they would do nothing to further the american War Effort in Indochina. Mrs. Elias of Jacksonville hi., said she had thought there would be no conditions except that they ask for their in Tampa fla., Herbert Charles 65, and wife had packed their suitcases in Antici pation of a trip to new York to Greet their son Navy it. Norris Charles. A phone Call from the Navy saturday morning told them of the delay. We were so mrs. Charles said. We had been looking Forward to seeing . I Don t know what to do now. I Don t know what could have happened. I Hope he Hur Ries and comes officials await arrival am b Assad or g. Mcmurtre Godley and other officials were on hand at the Vientiane Airport saturday to Greet a russian Aeroflot air liner from Hanoi. It was t until the plane landed that Godley Learned the american pilots were not on Board. Godley had earlier told news men he intended to Board the plane to offer the freed prison ers whatever assistance he could give them. He denied that he intended to inform them that they were still under military orders. In Washington Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird said Friday i certainly would recommend that these men turn themselves Over As soon As pos sible to their military com previously released prisoners were quickly placed under Mili tary supervision prompting protests from Hanoi. Radio Hanoi on Friday charged that . Military officials were lying in wait at Vientiane Airport in the Hope of taking Possession of the three released pilots and returning them to . Military the broadcast stated that in pos see Page 2

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