The Times from San Mateo, California on April 6, 1970 · Page 2
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San Mateo, California
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Monday, April 6, 1970
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2r5an Mateo fit HimtG Monday, April 6, 1970 Mexican - American Riot In Coachella COACHELLA (AP) - Young persons set fire to the mayor's home, hurled rocks and botJes at downtown buildings, rushed the police station, and injured several persons including the city manager Sunday night, authorities said. Police ChieE Les O'Neil said a force of about 100 officers, most summoned from surrounding areas, used tear gas to disperse the some 500 youths into small groups. The disturbance occurred after a few members of the Brown Berets, a Mexican - Am - Ttje Times is the orficial - ntwspjper oT the City of San Mateo and of the Gdunly of San Mateo. '. Owned and Published Daily Except Sunday by AM PHLETT PRINTING COMPANY 1080 So. Bayshore Blvd. San Mateo, California J: Hart Clinton President & Publisher Walter A. Jack . . . Vice President Jsnet E. Amphlett ....... Treasurer 5ereiary Anne Brubaier Harold A. Schlotthauer .Gen. Mgr. la. l. urar.or Asst. ue - n, Mgr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier - . . - J2.50 jjer month By Mail, Payable Quarterly .in Advance S3.Q0 per mon - th By Carrier :Anrual in Advance . . $30 per year - oy Man, - Annual in Advance S3S per y3i Second Class Postage OFFICE HOURS iOO ajm..5;30 p.m. daily except - Saturday. 9:00 a.m. - l:00 p.m. Saturday, (San Mateo and Daly City offices only.) MEMBER The Associated Press, the United Press International, Audit Bureau of Circulations, ard Bureau of Advertising. AN PA. NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE California Newspaper Markets, Inc. 1450 Crispin Avenue ... Burlingame, California 9010 erican organization, jumped on a bandstand during a dance and urged ac;ion. O'Neil said Coachella, in the heart o: Southern California's desert agricultural area, has about 9,00( residents, 85 per cent o; Lhsm Mexican - Americans. The police force is 11 strong O'Neil said Mayor Nick A delncus, his wife and '.wo of his children were at home when the lire was started, but the city fire department reported the blaze' was broujjb: quickly under control. O Neil said dam age to the house was "exten sive." O'Neil said City Manager John Be;kman was injured hy a blow on tnc wrist w.'lh li - inch - bng steel bolt when he was caught outside the police art of the group "Quite a :ew of the crowd stormed our station," O'Neil said. He added rocks and bot tles were hurled at the building! but did littie damage because ot sun shades over windows. Officers said persons in - the crowd also broke wondows in downtown stores a school, over turned trash cans and spread their contents, damaged two po lice cars and destroyed another by overturning and burning Police said some officers were struck by - projectiles, but none was seriously injured O'Neil said just one hour be fore the dance, sponsored by a local . Mexican - American group, started a rally by Cesar Chavez s United Farmworkers' Organizing Committee, AFL - CIO, had broken up. - O'Nei! said the "very orderly" rally was to celebrate the signing of union, contract with a major table grape grower in the Coach ella Valley One of the Brown Beret mem bers was arrested by police dur ing the dance, O'Neil said, and arresting officers had to use chemical mace to get throug! the crowd. Later another member wa arrested, but neither was im mediately identified iiiniii. - ijiNii.niiiijMiimrm.TiM. Welfare System Is 'Fishy,' Says Reagan ON FAMILIAR GROUND President and Mrs. Nix on pose yesterday w:tn tormer rresiaem ami Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson at the White House where Cardi - .phia nal John Krol conducted church services. The Cardinal is the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Philadel - .(AP yvirepuoto.i Apollo 13 Countdown Moves Along CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) The space agency reported today it no longer had a fuel pressure problem in Apollo moon - landing craft and the rountdown moved ahead toward Saturday's launching of man's third lunar landing mission. The bothersome helium system, which pressurizes fuel tenks in the lunar lander, recorded excessive pressure during a test Sunday. Specialists monitored the potential problem throughout the night and said todav the pressure had stabilized. A NASA announcement said the operation of the system "is satisfactory and well within par ameters." It said there was no plan to replace the helium tank; The "three astronauts - who are to fly. the : mission James A. Lovell Jr., Thomas K. Ma - ttingly II and Fred W. Haise Jr. wakened early todal for their final major physical examination. The exam not only determines if the spacemen are healthy, but Philosophy At Gunpoint UPPSALA, Sweden (UPI) A young man OTdered a crowd of students to state their political philosophy Sunday and, when they did not respond, opened fire with a submachinegun. Six persons were wounded. Police arrested a 26 - year student as the eunman. "This is a revolution! What is your political - opinion? Answer me in three seconds!" the! gunman was quoted. Kjell Karlsson, 23, said the victims were spread out in the snow outside a bar. He said a passing car was also riddled with bullets but its escaped injury. Marine Is Shot Dead LB J Attends Church At The White House SACRAMENTO (UPI) - Gov. Ronald Reagan says "the age of aquarius smells a iittie fishy" and so does California's "permissive" welfare system. "Programs intended to help deserving poor folks are perverted to subsidize hippie communes," Reagan charged Saturday night in a speech to 1,000 cheering Republicans. "Poverty - stricken mothers stand in line at the market to buy meager amounts of .beans and dried milk ana water. shaeev - haired dropouts use food stamps to pay for steaks - and butter. The age of aquarius smells a little fishy." The Republican governor, speaking to the annual convention of the California Republi can Assembly, also said "young girls who. want to escape their parents - can go or. welfare by getting pregnant. They move out and set up their own homes at - the taxpayers - expene.' Regan urged support for his welfare reform program now pending before the legislature. Among other tilings, the Reagan bill requires all able - WASH1NGTON (AP) - "Wei have been thinking of you in these services. We want you to know we are very happy you have returned in good health. You have been in ur thought's and prayers." With these words President Nixon welcomed former President Lyndon E. Johnson back to the White House for bunday worship services. The former President, looking fit - with a riddy color, stood with Nixon after the service to receive the 300 guests. He and Ladvbird smiled, chatted appeared to be thoroughly en joying themselves.. Johnson attended the wedding of columnist William S; White's daughter Saturday 'and had din ner that night at the home of his former White House assistant. Jacjc. " Vaienti, - Jonnson was s'chedtt!edlto;elurn to the White House this 'morning for breakfast with Nixon and an informs bodied male welfare recipients to work and makes 'Doth tne father of an unborn child and the parents of the motfier "financially responsible," It also limiis welfare aid for newly arrived Californians to the amount they would have received in their own states. Reagan's - appearance before the volunteer GOP group was delaved 45 minutes because of a bullet fired into the hotel where he was to speak. It narrowly missed scores of patrons. The governor, guarded by dozens of highway patrolmen and city police, quipped to 'banquet guests that, "The Fish and Game Commission was called to find out what was open season and on whom." ; He also poked fun at Assemblyman Jess Unruh and Los Angeles Mayor Sam Yorty, candidate For the Democratic gubernatorial nomination. "Speaking of Jess and 'Saigon Sam," Reagan said, "They've - been switching so much lateiy I can't tell whether they're running for governor or the Myra Ereckenridge of politics." As we seek more and more cure the ills of society with merely metarial remedies, Krol said, "we run the danger of adopting, certainly not by design but by default, the false principles of the - totalitarian societies whose actions we abhor government cannot exist without God . '. . and absolute power will result in absolute corruption." Cardinal Krol said that, de spite some heroic efforts and notable progress, the nation is losing ground in some domestic areas. He mentioned specifics - lv a dramatic increase in vio lence and violent crime and said there are no instant cures, and it is in vain - to look for a miracle solution, CAMP PENDLETON (AP) - Marine Corps officials say an enlisted .man has died at the' base hospital after' being shot or, M1 TlTlo A spokesman said an umdenU1" iuuUL . ified Marine was in custodv - fal - i In the service itself, John Car - lowing the incident late Sunday, dinal Krol, archbishop of Fmia otn were memoers ot also provides heart rate, respj - l - j Training Regi - arWnt where the shooting took delphia. attacked crime communism, Later in the day, the astronauts planned several hours in a command ship simulator, practicing launch procedures and possible abort maneuvers in case of rocket trouble. Launch Director Walter Ka - em. But he delayed installation wrestled with the pressure prob - countdown to begin on schedule pryan had ordered the and spaceships until the trouble of heavy ordnance on the rocket at 10 p.m. Sunday while experts cleared. HIGHER INTEREST ftrYOU...atFirtS)Dll Name of the victim ws with held pending notification of next f kin. TOUGH LUCK COLUMBUS, Ky. (AP) - Burglars came up short in their break - in at the post office in Columbus. The intruders setoff an explosive hut police said it was. so weak it failed to open - the safe. The noise aroused a deputy - sheriff who lived nearby and his gunfire routed the burglars. Heart Patient Rescues Pair LONDON (UPJ) - Derek Crisp, 45, who has undergone 17: heart operations in the past 2!) years, rescued two skinriivers from the English Channel Sunday. Crisp hauled one of the divers into his 24 - foot sailboat and the other into a rubber boat he' was towing. Crisp was admitted to a hospital later after reporting strain to his chest muscies. 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