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Reno, Nevada
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Thursday, May 7, 1970
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2-Thursday, May 7, 1970 us called a (Continued from page 1) give him the license to break our laws or indulge in infantile exhibitionism that I saw on Governor's Day," Laxalt said. "Those who set fires or who prevent other people from exercising their rights forfeit any claim of tolerance.--'CRIMINALS' "They are quite plainly criminals and should be dealt with as such." The governor said he was confident that decency will prevail in Nevada, because the majority of the students "will tolerate no less." Procter Hug Jr.. chairman of the board of regents, said today he intends to.bring before the S-amp Miller deplores deaths at Kent State campus (Continued from page 1) al abuse of executive power by the President of the United States." Miller, commenting about his need to attend a Friday and Saturday regents meeting in Elko, said. .'. ,. "Although it" might be desir able for me to remain on cam pus Friday I think it is impar ative that. I attend the board Two Californlans killed in wreck near Truckee The survivor of a single car accident at Rainbow, about sev en miles west of Truckee on Interstate 80 in which two other men died Wednesday is reported in serious condition at Washoe Medical Center, A spokesman at the hospital said Walter S. Achziger, 22, was taken off the critical list before he was transferred from the Tahoe ; Forest - Hospital in Truckee. . Bill A. "Smith, 22, and David C. Cole, 22, died of injuries re ceived in the accident, Califor nia Highway Patrolmen said. The dead men and Achziger are from Fairfield, Calif., patrolmen said Second, Kirman traffic light to be installed A traffic light is planned at the intersection of East Second Street and : Kirman Avenue. Frank Capshaw, city traffic engineer Said' there have been a number of accidents at the intersection, caused mostly by right-hand turns. "It's a right-of-way problem which can be corrected by a signal," Capshaw said.. He said bids for the lights and three controllers will be opened May 22. He estimated the cost at $48,000. One of the controllers, Cap shaw said, would be used for signal lights planned at May- berry and- Hunter Lake drives In Southwest Reno. University names director of food service University of Nevada Pres ident N. Edd: Miller announced the immediate appointment Wednesday of Michael Laine as director of food services for the Reno campus. Miller made the .announce ment at a meeting of "the cam pus student " and faculty : food committee. -: . : , Laine was dean of men in an acting capacity during the 1969-70 school year.' LOAN MADE NORTH. LAS VEGAS (AP) A $900,000 loan to North Las Vegas to finance urban renewal activities has been made by the First National Bank of Boston at a 4.78 per cent interest rate. PLANNING YOUR O. K. KINO KING'S TRAILER SALES & RENTALS 1085 Souffi' Virginia Reno 786-1085 Reno Evening Gazette firebombing criminal board during Friday's meeting in Elko a discussion of the recent disruptive events on the Reno campus. "Peaceful dissent is proper on a university campus, however, disruption of normal university activities, destruction of proper ty or violence will not be tolerated. "University students who are responsible for such activities should be subject to strong disciplinary action. Faculty who actively participate or incite disruption of normal university activity or violence should not be permitted to remain as faculty members of this university," Hug said. The university president, Mil- of regents meeting in Elko, both because of important items scheduled on the agenda and because of the need to com municate with the board about the situation on campus. "I am confident that students, faculty and administrative of fivers will see to it that the operation of the university "will not be disturbed and the special memorial events scheduled will be conducted in a dignified and peaceful manner." Vice-president Ralph Irwin is in charge when president Miller is away from the campus. The deans, during .the academ ic council meeting . today, rec ommended that faculty and stu dents both participate, in the memorial event scheduled for tonight and Friday noon in Man- zanita bowl. : Plane crash; in Manila kills 1 7 MANILA (AP) - A crippled private plane crashed into a but outside Manila's airport today and burst into flames, killing the 4 persons aboard and 13 in the house, including 9 children, Aboard the plane were the pilot and three members of prom inent business families. ... ,., . The plane had just taken, off on a flight to the resort city of Baguio when one of its two en gines began smoking. The pilot got clearance for an emergency landing and was circling back when it crashed into the hut, said the plane's owner, Pacific Airways Corp. Conforte alters application for bus line Nevada brothel operator Joe Conforte has filed amendments to his original application to op erate a bus line in Reno with the Nevada Public Service Commission. , The PSC, at hearings held in Reno in March, gave Conforte an "open ended" continuance to allow time to amend the application. William Proksch, PSC secre-' tary, said today Conforte's attorney, Marshall Bouvier, "did file some amendments to their application." Proksch said Bouvier had requested new hearings be set in early July because of his crowded court schedule. The amended application, Proksch said, would probably be presented to the PSC this week and a new hearing date set. Pistols stolen Raley's Drug Center, 1575 S. Virginia St., reported three pis tols were taken from a locked; gun cabinet, ; Reno police said. I Two of jhe missing weapons j were .22 caliber automatics. The j third was a .38 caliber revolver, j Larry Towrtsend told police j the weapons were valued at $218. SPRING VACATION? Let Us Show You The Finest in Vacation ; Travel Traile The Fabulous, Popular Price IDEAL The Terrifit, Medium Priced santa fe . 9 The Trmindou, low Prictt), High Quality ROAD RANGER S&H GREEN STAMPS act ler, said, "I have no intention of closing the school because of this. This kind of violence or any kind can't be tolerated." Miller said local law enforce ment agencies are "conducting a full scale investigation ol the matter and the university is taking precautions against fu ture destructive acts. "I was shocked and appalled that this could happen on this university campus or- at any university," Miller said. "I am committed to full discussion of all issues and M; to violence." 'ENTIRE CONCEPT' Miller said in terms of dam age the incident wasn't bad, but it "is severe damage to the entire concept of what an educa tion is about." The president said discussion of the bombing was to take place at an academic council meeting this morning. Deans, faculty and administrators were scheduled to meet. The meeting was called for -Wednesday, but the overnight incident was sure to be discussed, Miller said. Dan Teglia, an organizer of Tuesday's protest which sur rounded several military cars on their way to Mackay Stadium for the ROTC ceremony, said the leaders supporting a Friday class strike and a mem orial knew nothing about the firebombing. 'OWN THING' "It is obvious someone went out this morning and did his or her own thing," Teglia said. "The people and leaders of the strike and memorial are against this type of thing (firebombing) to attain our goals." Teglia said a-group of students is handing out literature today to educate others about the rea sons for the voluntary class strike called for Friday and the memorial in honor of the Kent State dead. Pamphlets prepared by, what one student termed amateur editors" were distributed on campus this morning. One pamphlet, with the heading of Morning Desert Free Press, advocated non-violence and asked Students not to strike Friday. 'NO WHERE' "Violence goes nowhere fast," the pamphet said . . . Hartman Hall may ; burn . I . keep Nevada alive don't strike. Students who care are asked lo come out of the woodwork and try and stop the violence before it hits the UNR campus and kills it." Another pamphlet called for a student strike and said '"stu dents are tired of being pushed around and we want to do something about it. . "We must express our disapproval of the policy of the establishment ... we want to see an end to the war and needless killing" The pamphlet' said it didn't advocate violence and pointed to the "needless killing at Kent." ; ;.; Col. Robert Hill, professor of military science at the univer sity, said today he was "disap pointed in the firebomb situation." He said he didn't mean to imply that the bombers were university students. Hill said "it could as weir' been someone from outside the university. Hill spent four hours Wednes-i day evening and .Thursday morning talking to students about the war in Cambodia. , The informal discussion fol lowed a student senate meeting attended by about 400 students. The senate passed a resolution asking President Miller to let students and professors stay home Friday if their "consci ences so dictate." Hill said he discussed with stu dents the moral aspects of the military, ROTC on campus, and the President's decision to go into Cambodia." GMANM OPENING EXCHANGE Come Bar governors will discuss Raggio remarks Gazette Carson City Bureau The state bar Board of Gov ernors will meet in Reno Friday to discuss William Raggio 's cri tical remarks about' the Nevada Supreme Court. Z, z.z Raggio, Washoe County Dis trict attorney and announced Republican U.S. Senate candi date, was critical of the court in February after it voted 3-2 to grant Thomas Lee Bean a new penalty hearing. Bean had been sentenced to death for the 1963 multilation slaying of Sonja McCaskie in Reno. Raggio called the court deci sion the most "outrageous and shocking" in the court's history. The court then asked the State Bar Association to investigate Raggio's comments and 'make recommendations to the court that could include possible disciplinary action. . ' Reno attorney Thomas Cooke, president of the State Bar Association, said today the meeting Friday will be closed to the public. Cooke said the board will be discussing matters concerning other attorneys, plus what to do about Raggio. The board is made up of at torneys from across the state of both political parties. Arab Guerrillas mount attacks from Lebanon TEL AVIV (AP) -Arab; guerrillas made three attacks! across the Lebanese borderj Wednesday night, ambushing an Israeli patrol at the eastern end; of the frontier, shelling three; settlements and penetrating to! within 13 miles of Haifa, Israel's ; chief port. Four Israelis andj four guerrillas were reported killed. ' One group of Palestinian commandos ambushed an Israeli patrol on the slopes of Mt. Her-mon, killing three soldiers and wounding two in a crossfire of bazookas and machine guns. ; The patrol was bracketed by gunfire from both sides Of the road,- the Israeli command said. The Israelis returned the fire, scattering the attackers, and called in a helicopter to fly out their casualties",.!': Zt,..,,.., ""'SJ The rocky area' has-been the scene of several bloody encounters between Israelis and Arab guerrillas. Cash missing Leno Ferrai, of 1800 Collins Circle, reported $1,000 cash missing from his trailer house, Washoe County sheriff's deputies said. Ferrai said he discovered the money missing Wednesday from a black box. z Read it May 10 in Family Weekly How They're Testing Unborn Babies With your copy of i Nevada State Journal : one-forty-four Your inexpensive gift center 273B E. Plumb Lane in Shoppers Square West in the Mall around corner from Skaggs GRAND OPENING SPECIAL in time FREE MUG over in and browse, see jhe W i d es p By The ASSOCIATED PRESS Firebombs damaged buildings at four college campuses in. the nation today as students continued protest against the war in Indochina and the killing of four Kent State University students m Ohio. ' ' " ' Blazes of .suspicious origin hit Attorney group plans session in Winnemucca WINNEMUCCA - The Ne vada District Attorneys Association will convene in Winnemucca this weekend at the Humboldt County Library, William (Bill) Macdonald, president, has an nounced. The two-day event begins Friday.: Macdonald said the conference is scheduled to tackle civil and county government problems. About 30 district attorneys and deputies from all 17 counties are expected to participate. Key topics of discussion will be: non-support of children and procedures for enforcing sup port, general welfare problems with a view of eliminating duplicate state and county efforts, juvenile court practices with a comparative analysis of various county and local governments, reapportionment of boards on a one-man, one-vote basis, use of a computer system in county government business and discussion and drafting of a 1971 legislative program. NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 1 NOTICE OF DESIGN PUBLIC HEARING I 1 ufftMMN BLVD. " ! I IjC 11 Mu HIH I-! ' AJI interested persons are hereby notified that the Nevada Department of Highways is proposing to construct a portion of the Ring Road (SU 820), a federal-aid secondary highway in Reno, Nevada. THE PROJECT WILL BEGIN AT A POINT ON U.S. 395 (NORTH VIRGINIA STREET), APPROXIMATELY 300 FEET SOUTH OF THE CATHOLIC MAUSOLEUM IN THE CITY OF RENO, NEVADA, AND PROCEED EASTERLY PASSING SOUTH OF AND ADJACENT TO THE SIERRA PACIFIC POWER SUBSTATION, THENCE NORTHEAST TO PASS NORTH OF AND ADJACENT TO HUG HIGH SCHOOL, THENCE DUE EAST TO AN INTERSECTION WITH CLEAR-ACRE LANE IN RENO, NEVADA. PROJECT LENGTH IS 1.79 MILES. PROPOSED DESIGN PROVIDES FOR A 6-LANE SECTION BETWEEN U.S. 395 (NORTH VIRGINIA STREET) AND A POINT APPROXIMATELY FOUR-TENTHS OF A MILE EAST, AND FOR A 4-LANE SECTION FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE PROJECT. INCLUDED IN THE PROPOSAL IS A GRADE SEPARATION TO CARRY RING ROAD TRAFFIC OVER COMSTOCK DRIVE AND A STRUCTURE TO CARRY RING ROAD TRAFFIC UNDER THE WESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. Information on -the proposed project is available at the District 2 Headquarters in Sparks, Nevada, and at Highway Deportment Headquarters in Carson City, Nevada. The design hearing is scheduled to afford an opportunity for the public to participate in the consideration of the proposed design of the project. All interested persons are urged to attend the public hearing which will be held: TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 12. 1970, AT 7:30 PM, PDT, IN THE AUDITORIUM OF THE DISTRICT 2 HEADQUARTERS OFFICE AT CONEY ISLAND DRIVE AND KIETZKE LANE IN SPARKS, NEVADA. Highway representatives will be present to discuss the engineering features of the proposed design and the tentative construction schedule; the possible eebnomic, social, end environmental effects of the project; and the right-of-way required, the approximate schedule for acquisition, and the relocation assistance services available. Informational material on the proposed project will be on public display at the District 2 auditorium from 12 noon to 5 p.m., May 12, 1970. Engineers will be present to answer questions on the project, and right-of-way personnel present to provide information on acquisition and relocation assistance. All written views sent to the Highway Department prior to the hearing from interested groups, agencies, and individuals will be made available for public view and copying at the " District 2 office in Sparks, Nevada. '.... Written and oral statements regarding the proposed design will be accepted ot the hearing for entry into the official transcript. The hearing record will be kept open after the public hearing until May 27, 1970, for inclusion of letters or other written material. Such material should be mailed to: JOHN E. BAWDEN, State Highway Engineer Nevada Department of Highways, Carson City, Nevada 89701 for Mothers Day RACK with purchase of six 1,144 mugs to select from many -gifts for Mother $ Day r ea cfc p r o seven other schools, including three ROTC buildings at Case Western Reserve fn Ohio. '." , " More than 80 colleges and universities were officially closed and the National Student Information Center at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., said students at 337 institutions have left classes 10 join the antiwar strike. ' In other incidents, demonstrators blocked traffic, entrances to school buildings, held campus camp-outs and burned effigies of President Nixon. ;, Support was registered in some quarters for Nixon's use of American troops in Cambodia and criticism was leveled by Young Republicans in Massachusetts at what they called "the actions of radical leftist students." The Rev. Billy Graham described the nation's crisis today as the "most critical period Circus time here Monday It's circus time in Reno. The James Brothers Circus will give two performances Monday at 4 and 8 p.m. at the Washoe County Fairgrounds The performances will be sponsored by the Reno Jaycees STARDUST MANAGER LAS VEGAS (AP) - Al Sachs has been named general mana ger or the Stardust Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. He has been casino manager at the ho tel for several years. Gift Giving 99' COFFEE -MUGS . ." . . ; : x test s continuing since the Civil War." The evangelist condemned both student violence and use of live ammunition on the campus. . National Guardsmen shot and killed four students at Kent Monday after several days of disorders and " antiwar protest on the campus there. Three firebombs were thrown early this morning at the ROTC building at the University of Nevada in Reno, but damage was slight. Other schools where fire bombs were set off included the University of San Francisco, Colorado College at Colorado Springs and Ohio University at Athens. Young people blocked traffic at a few locations in New York City during the morning rush everything you wan! in a Blender WARING FUTURA f SERIES HAS 14 SPEEDS (0)88 Chrome and stainless steal trim, low silhouette design. 14 pushbuttons for continuous speed selection plus new "Flash Blend" speed. 1,000 watt motor, 5-cup heat-resistant glass jar. 100 page "Pleasure of Blending" cookbook is FREE with this blender. 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