Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on June 11, 1971 · 7
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 7

Oakland, California
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Friday, June 11, 1971
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I V v 9 )( V V ' . ' , V iUiabiCrUmne FW.,Junll,1971 E 7 fj Shooting of Boy Blamed on Drugs ,n I Yr.C !' if .. r y-A V vv.y T, CONCORD - Police Mid to. day that ksU indicated a If year-old boy accused of the fatal shooting of Mart S. Hud on, IS, was 'high" on barbi-t urates when he fired the high powered hunting rifle Wednes day night. Sill Samples taken at the time of the youth's arrest revealed a .1 level of barbiturates. An; thing over a .03 reading I DISPUTE S - - d H ' , a '' " I -w, V t . V L j v.; ; f - , ,. V f " yt ? 'ty. ' j- ws, - . ? J 't , f ' iV ' 1 .7 T Sr ' JC f f J'!. 'v-Vy v ' f. f t. I . '. r ,Ai Granny Is 'Mom7 John and Maria call their grandmother 'Mama, and now Mrs. Elvira Siragusa of San Diego wants to make the arrangement legal. The childrens mother has joined the Army and the youthful grandmother has applied to adopt them. The court will rule on her request next week. (AP) considered to be enough to induce a high." tffieers said. The shooting took place at the Hudson home at 1023 Til-son Drive where a number of youths had gathered after an altercation during a ball game Wednesday evening at nearby Cambridge Park. Police said the Ifyear-old armed with a .308 rifle sought entry to thb home looking for one of the boys Involved and fired a bullet through a window when refused. The high velocity projectile went through young Hudson's cheat end he died a short tune later at Concord Community hospital. The suspect is expected to be turned over to Contra Costa County Juvenile Court for action Funeral services for young Hudson were held today at ( California Voice Sold To All-Black Combine Meeting on School Unity Scheduled The California Voice, the West's oldest black newspaper, has been sold to an allblack combine which includes-es the president of Merritt College. An announcement on page one of the Oakland weekly says that Dr. Norvel Smith is the Voices new chairman of the board. Other new owners are Mil- Duke Gets New College Post FREMONT - Dr. James W. Duke, vice president of the Fremont-Newark Community College (Oh! one), has accepted the presidency of Canada College in San Mateo County. ' burn Fort, president of Multiplex Corp.; Otho Green, president of Pacific Training I Technical Assistance Consulting Firm; Louis Campbell, who has been editor of the newspaper for the past 35 years; and John Henderson, chairman of MOR Housing Development Corp. The Voice, observing its 52nd anniversary, has been owned by E. A. Daly since 1927. Campbell will continue with the Voice as editor, and Paul Cobb, chairman of the Oakland Black Caucus, will be the managing editor. ' The Voice appeared yesterday with a new format and the editorial announcing the sale. PLEASANT HILL - The Contra Costa County committee on school district organization last night set a June 21 meeting with San Ramon Valley Unified District trustees to discuss a proposal to include the lower San Ramon Valley in a unified district in the area of the Amador Valley Joint Union High School District in Alameda County. Meeting in the Contra Costa Department of Education office here, the committee last night requested further data on unification proposals affecting the San Ramon Valley-Amador Valley region. Dr. Jack V. Shahbazian, chairman of the Contra Costa committee, said today that his 'group needs additional information before taking any action. Most of the more than 2.000 Western E 1 e c t r I c Co. telephone equipment installers in Northern California and Nevada stayed off work today In a continuing dispute over the suspension of eight men in Fresno. The company, which manufactures and services equipment for the Pacific Telephone Co. and other Bell System affiliates, said the workers were expected to return to their jobs today. Western Electric suspended 1,910 of the installers for two days on Tuesday because of their participation in a wildcat walkout in support of their fellow workers in the Fresno dispute. This involved the refusal of the eight men to work on equipment which had been uncrated by a trucker. Their union, Communications Workers of America Local 9490. claims jurisdiction over this work. Western Electric said all of the walkouts were illegal be-cause no grievances were tiled by the union. Both the company and the union emphasized that the dispute was separate from the bargaining currently under way between CWA and all of the Bell affiliates, including Western Electric and Pacific Telephone, over terms of a new contract. 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