Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 30, 1977 · Page 12
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CREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Mon.,Miy38.1»77 Tokyo protest Leftist students raise fists in a demonstration participated in by about 8,300 people here Sunday protesting against the opening of the new Tokyo International Airport, 40 miles northeast of Tokyo. Riot police watch them in background. A group of farmers in the area have been protesting the requisitioning of their land for the airport construction while th radicals claim it would be used for military purposes and others oppose it for noise o aircraft. (AP Wirephoto) Terrorists kidnap El Salvador envoy By CAROL COOK GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala (UPI) -- El Salvador's ambassador to Guatemala was kidnaped from his automobile at gunpoint Sunday, the second high of ficial of that Central Americannation to be abducted this year. Officials at El Salvador's embassy said the kidnapers of Ambassador Col. Eduardo mr CARPENTER Casanova had not been in contact or made any ransom demands. "We have, had no telephone calls, radio messages, nothing," Minister Counselor Roberto Trigueros said. Casanova, 58, was kidnaped as he and his wife, Meny, were driving home along La Avenida de Las Americas near the city's airport, where tight security was in effect for the arrival of delegates on the eve of a meeting of the Inter-American Development Bank. I n t e r i o r M i n i s t e r Interior Minister Donaldo Alvarez Ruiz said said the identity of the kidnapers was not known, but he suspected theywere guerrillas. "We don't know if they were G u a t e m a l a n s or Guatemalans or Salvador- eans," he said. El Salvador Foreign Minister Maruicio Borgohovo Pohl was kidnaped earlier this year in . San Salvador by leftist guerril las, who killed him when thi government refused to mee their demands. His body was found May 10. El Salvador has fel mounting violence from both leftist and rightist terrorists since before the Feb. 20 presidential elections. The nation was to have been host for the Inter-American Development Bank conferenci being held in Guatemala City but political observers said E Salvador turned down the meeting because of its internal problems. Casanova's auto was intercepted by gunmen in two small cars. One car blocked his path while a group of armed men emerged from the other vehi- IN: WHITE, RED, BLUE, BONE and TAN This gutsy all leather "Primate" sandal is contoured to your naked foot to give it natural support. For land, lake, beach, boat, camp or campus. Non-slip sole. For all freedom loving primates - male or female. The shoe with a primal kick. by FOOT-SO-PORT available at Superior Shoe Service "Home of Invisible Soles" 810 8th Ave. cle. ' Porpoises used in experiments stolen from tank HONOLULU (UP!) - Two 350-pound porpoises used for perception and hearing research were stolen from the . Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, apparently by a group that considered the exper iments cruel, and released intc the Pacific. Institute Director John Bardach said Sunday that the theft of Puka and Kea was $500,000 to $1 million loss to the University of Hawaii." He called the crime "stupid." Police were seeking two unidentified institute employes The director said he believed that the two employes along with several other persons lifted the mammals from their tanks and led them to sea in a kayak. YOUR HOUSE MAY BE LOADED WITH CASH Real Estate Equity Loans 1st and 2nd Mortgages Up To 10 Years With Easy Payments AT BANK RATES WELD COUNTY INDUSTRIAL BANK 11117th Ave. 352-463-1 Rhodesian troops raid guerrilla bases By JACQUES CLAFIX SALISBURY, Rhodesia (UPI) -- Rhodesian troops raided guerrilla bases in Mozambique for the second straight day today, killing eight terrorists and destroying large quantities of military equipment, a military communiquesaid. Rhodesia Sunday announced its first incursion into Mozambique in six months, saying it overran a black nationalist base and killed 2i] terrorists. One of today's targets was a headquarters andsupplycenter 59 miles inside neighboring Mozambique, near Mapai, where large quantities of weapons, ammunition, explosives and equipment .was destroyed, the communique said. The statement did not disclose the location of the second base raided, nor did it say if the troops had returned to Rhodesia. It said there were no Rhodesiancasualties. "Incontinuedfollow-upoper- ations, security forces have overrun and destroyed two inore terrorist bases. A quanti- week. The communique said "a large quantity of warmateriel" was found at the camp, "substantiating reports of a The attack came as a four- A ty of war material was de- major terrorist administrative strayed in both bases," the base in that area, communique said. "The (headquarters) base, which was the controlling center for all incursions into the southeast of Rhodesia was destroyed, together with large quantitiesofu'eapons,ammuni- tion, explosives and equipment," it said. In the Sunday raid, Rhodesia said, "Initial reports indicate that 20 terrorists have been killed. There have been no security forces casulties." The communique said the pre-dawn attack on the camp three miles from the border was part of a sweep for guerrilla bands traveling across the frontier in increasing numbers during the last man Anglo-American diplomat ic team ended a four-day visit to Rhodesia and was making its way to the Mozambican capital of Maputo via South Africa. In Maputo, team members were to meet with Rhodesian nationalist leaders Robert Mugabe and Joshua Nkomo. The diplomats' mission in Africa -- part of the Anglo- American effort (o bring majority rule to Rhodesia in 1978 -- was to find a consensus on what a new constitution should contain. Baggers hit 'Catch 22' WASHINGTON (UPI) - In what a congressman calls "the ultimateCatch22,"the Defense Department must put on the federal payroll at a possible cost of $18 million a year the youngsters who bag groceries for tips at military stores. ' Rep. Les Aspin, D-Wis., said the situation arose from a recent Civil Service Commission ruling, upheld by the Justice Department, that the baggers are federal employes. As a result, the youths cannot collect tips and must be paid salaries and fringe benefits tike otherfederalemployes. "It's the ultimate Catch 22," Aspin said, likening the situation to a fictional self- destructive military regulation on discharges. Hesaidretroactivepayments dating to May 1,1974, will cost $35 million to $53 million, according to Pentagon estimates, and most of the jobs probably will be eliminated because of the extra cost. "Instead of helping people, the Civil Service Commission will just be wiping out jobs," Aspin said. PUBLIC NOTICE! 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SS9.50 $39 95 52297 S59 50 $239.50 PLUS DRILL PRESSES, AIR COMPRESSORS, GAS AND ELECTRIC WELDER, BENCH GRINDERS, VISES, USA-HHS TWIST DRILLS, AIR IMPACT WRENCHES TO 1" DRIVE, SANDERS, GRINDERS, SOCKET SETS, WRENCH SETS, ETC., ETC., ETC.. ALL MERCHANDISE IN ORIGINAL PACKING WITH FACTORY GUARANTEES SEMI-TRUCK LOAD SALE Trailer Specialties 2419 1st Ave, Public Invited! - Terms: Cash or Check National Warehouse Supply OPEN 8:30-8:30 MONDAY-FRIDAY, TILL 5:30 SATURDAY FAST, FREE DELIVERY CREDIT TERMS Fantastic Values by Action Industries A.Special Purchase ... This big comfortable man-size recliner features a diamond tufted back and thick padded roll arms. Tailored hDad-to-toein magic care Herculon, it's perfect for the entire family. Perfect for T.V. or just snoozing. SALE S 129.95 B.A New Idea in Recliners If you thought you didn't have room for a recliner, you're in for a surprise. This "Wall-Hugger" can be placed one inch from the wall and reclined to your favorite relaxing position and sale priced 1001 SALE $ 149.95 Greeiey Furniture 2600 8th Avenue ... 352-5441

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