Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 14, 1970 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, May 14, 1970
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Showalter Notes Backlash HTo Campus Demonstrations '4 By GORDON C. GAUSS ? Auociittd Prtti Writtr : DENVER (AP) - Concern i'over student demonstrations ^boiled up to the surface Wed. ·?at a meeting of the Colorado 'Legislative Council committee ^established to study intercollegiate sports. -; Rep. Carl E. Showalter, Republican from Johnstown, questioned Frank C. Abbott, director '-'of the Department of Higher .'Education about use of new ; p campus disorder laws. r He particularly demanded to ;knovv whether stale aid and tui- 'tion waivers will be withdrawn Ifrom students participating in 'campus riots. '. Showalter said he has received numerous complaints from taxpayers' about the college demonstrations and added there is a "tremendous backlash" in northeast Colorado. He said there had been talk of a 'taxpayers revolt which could 'hurl education badly. : Abbott said college adminis- ·Jrators fed they need flexibility ·_! consider cases individually -where students may be convicl- · cd to violating disorders law. '· "I get mad as hell myself when I see some of the things ·going on." said Abbott at one .'point. He referred to another .point to "some odd balls." ; "It .lakes only one person to 'burn down an Old Main for Sample," the educator said. ing as deeply as it would like. It is scheduled to report to the legislature in January. Sen. Carl Williams, R-Denver, declared the group "should not go on a witch hunt." The statement seemed to meet genera! agreement and the committee indicated it would be largely a fact finding body. Rep. Tom Bastien, D-Denver, renewed a move begun last year by House speaker John Vanderhoof, R-GIenwpod Springs, to seek accord with other legislatures on sports financing in states where Colorado teams play other conference members. Bastien said the athletic departments of the schools "are in communication" and Ihe legislatures should be. No new meeting date was announced. The committee indicated it will visit all or some of the college campuses before reporting. Thurs., May M, 1970 GREELEY TRIHUNE 1'ajre Jhe Puizle with the Built-in Chuckle |A Rearrange letters of the ^^ four xrambled words below to form four simple words: DYLRAK 1 2 HIMUD 3 s TUSIE 5 Ji 1 BEMREM 6 7 a would like to be Russian. The nationality choice By JAMES M. LONG Associated Press Writer ROME (AP) - A national poll of youth shows that, if they hadjdents on their views and aspira- heir choice, more Italian chil-jtions. They were asked: If you dren would raiher be American i were not Italian, in what other .ban any oilier nationality. (country would you prefer to As they grow older, to univer-lhave been born? sity age, fewer would chose the Among grade school and high younger school children was - - - - - - - · -- Britain, with 14.8 per cent. But The honeymoon is over when his dog brings him his slippers and the wife -- af ~. s-vt- Q Complete the ehucMo quoted by filling in the missing words you develop from step No. 3 below. United States and more would school students 19.2 per cent re- refer swinging Britain or unin- plied the United Slates, the larg- libited Scandinavia. [est percentage that went to any Although one adult Italian injcountry. every four votes Communist,! It was natural, perhaps, in a A PRINT NUMBERED w LETTERS IN SQUARES (A UNSCRAMBLE FOR w ANSWER 1 1 3 4 J AT 6 1 f-- \ SCKAM-LETS ANSWER ON PAGE 4 Sirhan's 1st Anniversary On Death Row Draws Near By JACK SCHREIBMAN Associated Press Writer · SAN QUENTIN, Calif. (AP) - Sirhan Bishara Sirhan, sur- ex- 1 rounded in steelbound isolaiicn 'by his books and magazines. Why ami I good students! and Ihe other clutter of life in a .helping lo control the situation. |U n y cubicle, nears his first .'Showalter asked. .. "They arc," retorted Scn.| r0 w. ·:J"red Anderson, R-Loveland. " laid with the drawing of a skeleton hand. Below was a stick figure of a man, holding a knife, next to the world, "Doomed." "We're pretty sure we know the source." said Park. "The man is capable of doing it if he wanted to. ment," Sirhan had gone on 13-day hunger strike lo force re- ducticn of his isolation. His mother convinced him lo re sume eating solid food again. Said Park, "He does have a chance now to talk with other 'inmates. Several men have Italian Youth Would Rather Be Americans, Poll Indicates not three in 100 of their children country where so many children nearby France and Germany have an uncle who lives happily was I in the United States. part of a national poll of stu-| It also may have reflected the - · · · · appeal of American movies, comics and space exploits. dropped to 15.5 per cent. Second choice among had a following among the young students. Switzerland was chosen by : 12.8 per cent, France by 8.8 and, Germany b'y5.3. But at university · level the !studerils But by college age that choice dropped Switzerland''to 10;G, university age students but Britain up to first place with 20 per 1 cent. Prosperous Switzerland France to 4.1 and Germany "to the 3.8. ; The Scandinavian countries, by contrast,' shot up from 8.9 among the to a thifd place" 13.8 among the university and-set. ; : per cent choice younger children Iversary on San Quentin's death; "We maintain the same posi-'spent a good deal of time lalk- ; l i o n we did a year ago. We are;ing to him. Whether he has "He's adjusted pretty well," dividual ' concerned about an isolated in- the erection of a shanlvlowni, who might want for the glory, :r -|gel into the newspapers, or out made friends, in that sense. 11 don't know." j In exercising hours, when Sir- ban isn't chatting through the he I n versi v rf Ker |seer ° f tlle day4day exislence of retribution for ' Kennedy/'l^ccn"; l,e lakes a"few belts at a the umversitj of Deme, l n f l h p ,, nnvirlpr | s l a v p r nf Spn ]p. .campus where police and nation- !of the convicted slayer of Sen.lp a rk added. Robert F. Kennedy. To keep Sirhan safe, he is se- guardsmen moved in onlv ,,, , . . . "few hours earlier " i You llave ll) face some - paratcd by a steel mesh screen ' The committee dropped its'!' 1 '" 8 -" lle observed - "Nobody]from Ihe 25 oilier condemned ; heavy punching bag rigged outside his cell, or docs calislhen- he periods when cells are opaied| rea ds "the many ma'gazines to which he subscribes, .... - .,, ,,.,,,,,,.,, , . , , . . - , , , , . , ,, · · · In the long hours when he is: 'discussion of campus disorders · l l k c s lo be lockc(i U P' il " d l h l s l s l m e n on South Side during the.locked into his 4'^-fool-wide, 7"when Rep Tom Grimshaw R-! n o t lllc besl w a y lo s P end t n e dail ' 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m. exercise]foot-high, 11-foot-deep cell, .Lakewood'and Rep. Clarence.P ast J ' car '" :-.- .... n .-... =--Quinlan. R-Antonilo. the coin! Sentenced to die in the Cali- -mittee chiiirniEn, both pointed fornia gas chamber for the June Last February, a 15-foot-wide '.out the subject was oulsidc the' 1 9 "" assassination in a Los An-;"no man's land" that separated onto a common pen. of! ^committee's jurisdiclion. .gelcs hotel, the 20-year-old Sir-|Sirhan's exercise area from the ( Abbott told the committee'han was sent to San Quentin others was opened to allow Sir-i Jhat some colleges other t h a n j May 23. I960, lo await bis fate. ^Colorado State University have ".intercollegiate s p o r t s deficit Standing between- Sirhan and death is an automatic State Su- them in Arabic (he was born in Jordan) books from the prison library, and newspapers. For entertainment. Sirhan lis- liiin to converse at close quar-i tens to Arabic and other records lers with the rest--through '·.problems but he did not identify! preme Court review of some 100J yiiom. He also said that tola'li volumes of his trial. Also, there] .'.tuition waivers for all state i is a virtual moratorium on Cali-i .·'schools for the- year ending'fornia executions because of June 30 will approximate $4 mil- capital punishment challenges ;lion and that waivers for ath-,now under consideration by the screen. Hunger Strike Earlier in winter, protesting;radio. He ·Nazi concciitralion-likc Ireal-'lelovision. a ion his phonograph. And he CEO 'watch television through the bars of his cell, or listen lo the usually ignores the pieties amount to about $600,000 U.S. Supreme Court. The last cxccuticn in California was on ;.of this amount. » The committee was warned April 2, 1907. ·by its chairman as it began its At 'Home' -deliberations thai it may n o t j Through it all. Sirhan has re- Ihave lime lo go into the subject [mained at "home" in Cell 33, fof intercollegiate sports f inane-! South Side Condemned Unit 1. · · an area where the only hint of : ML'SKEGOK. Mich. ( A P ) - j l n e world outside is an opening ·Police Sgt William Micks, prcs-jh'B 1 ' above llls cc11 - **mMmz a "iding at a recent meeting O f ; foot-square view of the sky "women school crossinj; guards! The biggest problem facing ·jn Ihe basement of City Hall, ex-i'iis jailers remains keeping the pressed concern about whether''OS-P 011 '" 1 prisoner alive, Las '-women would be able lo find the! fa" « death row threat against Reeling site. | his life was mlerccpled. 'f The women had no trouble, ?but Hicks remained worried. ; "If any of you ladies have any] ;1rouble finding your way out." flic announced, "just use one of I ·ihese telephones, dial zero, and' iwe'll have an operator comei idown and help you out." ; Hicks then opened Ihe door I II consisted of a newspaper clipping of Sirhan's face, over- Hero's Body High sofety bock * Shoulder safety strap · Swing- over and removable arm- rail for older child · Plush padded armrail « Fits most cars * Comfortable deep foam cushion » Washable vinyl t M Use 1320 8th Ave. 353-3636 Our Rear Entrance For Plenty of Free Parking From Lake DURANGO, Colo. (AP) - The I 1 body of Art Lopez, 26. of Farm jington, N.M., who denied himself a life jacket so that five children might have them, was recovered Tuesday from Navajo Lake on the Colorado New Mexico boundary. The lake is 43 miles southeast of Durango. Lopez and five children with Mm in a boat were hurled into :he lake Sunday when the craft capsized. He sank beneath the water, but the children, all wearing jackets that kept them afloat, reached shore safely. Relatives said there were only five jackets in the boat and Lo- oez insisted that each child, aged 10 to 16, wear one. 'Divers were hampered by crevices in underwater rock before finally recovering the body. Many Allergies PORT ELIZABETH, S o u t h j Africa ( A P ) -- Anthony van Rcnsburg. 7, may not have all the allergies going, but he has 30 known ones. Doctors say he must avoid eggs, milk, grass, wool, flowers, bristles, moss, cereals, cals, rabbits, dogs and an assortment' of high protein foods. 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