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Times, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1968, San Mateo, California SOVIET naval power extends range as British forces are cut Page 4 GOVERNOR ROMNEY sees upset in New Hampshire primary Page 24 SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY resumes with finances still problem Page 7 GUESTS REMINISCE at Benny Goodman ty Page 7 EIGHT convicts subdued by tear gas in lence at Nevada state prison Page 3 TODAY IN YOUR TIMES SICILIANS GIVE THANKS as earthquakes 9 REAGAN indicates University of California to be affected by cuts Page 24 SOUTHERN PACIFIC asks discontinuance of two long-time transcontinental trains Page 23 CAPITOL REPORT Today in Sacramen- to Page 3 NATIONAL weather roundup Page 8 BIRTHS 51 CLASSIFIED ADS TIMES COMICS Page 50 EDITORIAL FEATURE Pages 42 43 FOSTER 44 PENINSULA NEWS Pages 28 41 SPORTS SECTION Pages STOCKS 48 49 THEATERS 29 WORLD OF OAKLAND RAIDERS lose five players In ex- draft Page 45 TALK ABOUT ANGELS See Jack 45 i SPAL basketball race gets tighter Page 46 FIRST THREE-TIME winner at Bay Race Track Page 47 UNDER TWENTY interviews writer Pat 43 PUBLIC The tug question in the heart DREW PEARSON reports Adam Clayton ell is trying to make a 42 PAUL HARVEY writes about the un-American revolution Page 42 DR NASON discusses getting right students into 43 MEDICAL MEMOS report on an allergy symptom Page 43 FINAL NEW YORK STOCKS See Financial Pages SAN MATEO TIMES AND DAILY NEWS LEADER A NEWSPAPER WEATHER Fair tonight and day Low tonight 40 high Thursday 60 Gentle winds Vol 68 No 15 5 Sections 64 PAGES SAN MATEO CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 1968 lOc PER COPY PER MONTH County Council To Lead War On Use of Drugs By GEORGE GOLDING An attack on the use and abuse of drugs and ics especially by young people in San Mateo this morning with formation of a San Mateo County Council on Drug Abuse Immediate goal of the group is to enlist San Mateo County residents in the war on narcotics Although started with a gift of funds from an anonymous nor the group will be seeking contributions of cash as well as tithings of time and effort Impart Knowledge Headed by Morris A Cox of Hillsborough president of the William A Volker Company and of the Peninsula Hospital Dis- the group's main purpose is to gather information about Capture A Viet Cong Base By EUGENE V SAIGON of the U.S Armored Cavalry Regiment pushing through gles near the Cambodian border overran a Viet Cong supply base Tuesday and captured vital documents along with New Year's greetings from Ho Chi Minh a spokesman said today In the air war American jets fought safely through flights of intercepters Tuesday and bombed bulging North Vietnam munition centers in nine miles of Hanoi and five miles from Haiphong No planes lost to MIGs but one was shot down by ground fire The captured Viet Cong command post was 90 miles northeast of Saigon The guerrillas had fled so recently a wet wash was found hanging on a line and a freshly used toothbrush was in a cup The vast supply of stores included sugar rice and such luxuries as sardines and co The troops also reported they found enough cigarette lighters to supply each American raider with a souvenir More important were the documents The Army said they listed the names of Communist contacts in the area and places the Viet Cong spent their Tonight Communist terrorists struck for the second time this week in the northern city of Da Nang headquarters for U.S Marines in Vietnam They placed a satchel charge Please See Page 2 Column 2 NEW 68 FORDS MUSTANG FALCON T-BIRD List Price Discount drugs and get it to the people Cox said the council if it re- public support and aid will pick up where last ber's Juvenile Justice sion report on teen-age narcotic use left at recognizing the need for accurate drug tion to be made available First projects include ing nationally known booklets on drug abuse on request only to teachers from sixth grade through college and giving out a State of California bulletin on drug facts which may be able through the State sion on Delinquency Prevention Film Available Cox said the San Mateo High School film LSD-25 will be made available to clubs anc groups requesting it within the A new film on other now being prepared by he school district will also be made available The Council Cox said wil panels of speakers to discuss drugs and their abuse vith school or civic groups par or others interested It is also planning a series oi newspaper news and feature ar icles on drug abuse and a se ries of radio and television spol announcements on drug abuse It is our he said See Page 24 Column 5 One Survivor In Air Crash MINOT AP An Ai Force jet tanker plane with 13 persons aboard crashed on takeoff at Minot Air Force Base today and burned The Air Force said there wai only one known survivor Air Force officials said thi giant craft was based at Air Force Base Riverside Call Please See Page 2 Column 5 Power brakes 429 motor tinted glass tilt wheel Order color now Nobody Beats A Mi nto Ford Deal The Peninsula's Leading Ford Dealer 101 CALIFORNIA DR Burlingame Dl OPEN EVENINGS Those Extra County Probes Moonlighting By VIRGIL WILSON The entire question of moonlighting by county government employes is jeing reviewed by the Board of Supervisors as a result of the extra- curricular activities of Un- Wesley A roy At a personnel yesterday the board asked County Manager E R to study the problem and submit a report Chairman James V Fitzgerald said today Pomeroy Letter Fitzgerald called the meeting after a form letter rom Pomeroy announcing that had formed Pomeroy ates a public relations ng board man said he interpreted the er to mean that Pomeroy was soliciting the county's business Reached today at Va where he is lecturing at a relations seminar sponsored by the International Chiefs of Police Association Pomeroy denied that he had any tion of soliciting the county's business Pomeroy said he sent the ter to Fitzgerald and other public officials merely to notify them that he was in business There is no question in my the undersheriff said that it would be absolutely unethical for me to do business Please See Page 2 Column 2 Charge Meat Price Control SAN FRANCISCO AP Northern California and rado livestock raisers today charged the three largest grocery chains in the United States with conspiracy to con- trol meat prices In an antitrust suit filed in the U.S District Court the men asked for an injunction anc treble damages to be mined under the Clayton ant Sherman Antitrust acts The suit against Safeway Stores Inc of Oakland Calif Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co of New York and the Kro ger Co of Cincinnati Ohio was filed by the Irvin Bray King City Calif Please See Page 2 Column 3 Japan Police Clash By LEON DANIEL SASEBO Japan UPI Riot police today battled anti- American mobs in Sasebo and Tokyo protesting the scheduled visit of the U.S aircraft carrier Enterprise More than 150 persons were reported injured in daylong series of clashes in this port city and the Japanese capital There were numerous arrests In Sasebo police reported 135 persons were injured 20 enough to require hospitalization The injured included 68 demonstrators policemen 7 railway officers 5 newsmen and bystanders Police in Tokyo reported demonstrators and 6 injured in clashes there In Sasebo riot police clubbe into submission leftist students hurling themselves barbed wire barricades near th U.S naval base where th Enterprise is expected to arriv Thursday Tokyo police also used club Please See Page 2 Column 4 Message On TV Radio The President's State of the Union message to a joint session of Congress will be seen on KRON-TV 4 and 5 at 6 o'clock tonight K G 0 -T V 7 and KRON-TV 4 will carry the program via delayed tape at 9 o'clock K N B R and will all carry the address on dio at 6 p.m It will also be heard on KSAY 1010 Kc and Group Boasts Of Killings By THEODORE EDIGER GUATEMALA AP revolutionary said today lat it was responsible for le machine gun slaying of he top two U.S military in Guatemala A typewritten communique Rebel Armed the U.S military mission had ordered the army to create groups f assassins against guerrillas nd the FAR decided to mete ut justice Firing from a speeding car nto the Americans car near he Guatemalan Air Force's Tuesday killed U.S Army John D Webber Jr 47 nd Navy Lt Cmdr Ernest A 40 and wounded Army gt Maj John R Forster 42 nd Marine Sgt Harry L Greene 41 Greene was reported in condition but Forster was from the hospita after treatment of an arm wound The Guatemalan Cabinet a state of modified martial an at- empt to check a mounting wave of terrorism by both ex- reme rightists and extreme lett sts as well as gangsters taking of the political moil A burst of machine gun fire earlier Tuesday killed former Guatemalan congressman Ale andro 40 and his bodyguard was tilled in an exchange of fire with the gunmen Silva's name had appeared on a list circulat ed in June by rightists saying hat all who served communism would be executed In a third attack Tuesday missed Manuel Villa corta Vielman former vice candidate from the strongly Na tional Liberation Movement bu wounded his son The government says 26 per sons have been killed this month by terrorists The state of alarm See Page 2 Column 1 Driver Dies at A San Matean sul a heart attack and died a drove his automobile alon El Camino Real in San Mate last night Police said the Xavier J Su 1857 Nash Drive had th attack a recurrence of a hear ailment at about 7 o'clock afte Please See Page 2 Column 4 President to Speak To Nation Tonight PRESIDENT JOHNSON today met with members of his cabinet in a re- view of items he plans to discuss in the State of the Union message At left in the Cabinet Room of the White House is Secretary of State Dean Rusk The President will deliver his message tonight before a joint session of Congress AP Wirephoto Policy Change Doubted By MERRIMAN SMITH WASHINGTON UPI President Johnson penciled in last-minute changes day during a briefing for his cabinet on his message that will set the course he wants Congress to follow in this election year Johnson will speak to a joint session of the House and Senate and the nation from the House of Representatives speakers rostrum at 6 p.m PST His address will be broadr cast and telecast nationally and carried overseas by the Voice of America White House news secretary George Christian said after Johnson met with the 12 bers of the cabinet that the jor proposals in the speech had been decided upon There are still decisions to be made on the he added Christian said the message in which the President y presents his legislative British Warned of Higher Taxes to Fight Inflation By ANTHONY TOBIN LONDON UPI The fight Prime Minister Harold billion budget cut today with a ment warning that taxes would DC raised to gobble up any pay raises Chancellor of the Exchequer toy Jenkins told the House of Commons that the faster money rise the harsher the must be Tito's Visit To Cambodia PHNOM PENH dent Tito of Yugoslavia arrived for a state visit to on the heels of disclosure of a plot by hinese Communists to sinate him with hand grenades Prince Sihanouk chief of state reported the arrest of the leaders of the and the discovery of a thousand or more hand grenades before Tito flew here from Islamabad Pakistan Many political experts in Phnom Penh believed Tito's visit might bring Cambodia's relations with Asian Communist capitals near the breaking Hanoi and Peking which detest Tito The Yugoslavia leader re a warm welcome from Sihanouk Ambassadors from Please See Page 2 Column 6 He said he would open his debate March 19 ahead if schedule with a package of to back up Wilson's in government spending with measures that would hit the pocketbooks of Mr and Britain The Conservative party sition immediately moved for a vote of no confidence hi the government whose management of the economy las led the present n Defends Measures Jenkins in defending the bor measures said the greatest cuts must come not in public in private spending Contrary to a good deal of criticism it is not so much our public consumption as private consumption which is put of Jenkins said He told critics of the military cuts it does not make sense to o on trying to play a role be- rond our economic From here forward our part in world affairs must be under- sinned by economic strength ind not undermined by c he said National newspapers argued over Wilson's action and the louse of Commons was meeting to open formal debate that Please See Page 2 Column 6 Die in Crash Cardinal Resigns VATICAN CITY UPI Pope Paul VI today accepted the resignation of Guiseppe dinal 90 the oldest member of the Roman Curia in his drive to reform and modern ize the Roman Catholic Church's central government The pontiff named French deputy Gabriel nal Garrone 66 to replace him as head of the Congregation of Seminaries subdean of the Sa Please See Page t Column 2 ram for the coming year will un about to words and last about 45 minutes Fifth Tune Last year's message contained about ords and Johnson talked for 70 minutes This will be the fifth ime Johnson has delivered a message In addition to the members of Congress Johnson's audience will include a turnout of foreign ambassadors to this country Phe nine justices of the reme Court also are invited quests along with members of the Joints Chiefs of Staff On a less formal basis House Please See Page 2 Column 2 MATSUYAMA Japan UPI entire crew was killed early Tuesday when a U S Navy PSA Orion aircraft crashed on Shikoku Island a Navy spokesman reported day The spokesman said the bodies were found near the wreckage by two teams of U S Air Force paramedics who parachuted down near the covered crash scene The Navy plane on a routine mission was last reporter battling snow storms over the smallest of Japan's four major islands The plane was attached to Patrol Squadron 48 currently based at Iwakuni Japan The squadron's home base is Moffet Naval Air Station Calif officials Tuesday re Please See Page 2 Column 1 19th Century TOO A FOR 71 YEARS THE OLD RELIABLE has provided the CAREFUL SAVER HIGH RETURNS EASY AVAILABILITY of FUNDS COMPLETE SAFETY COMPARE Earn when pur current annual rate com- pounded daily and funds are DAILY COMPOUNDED Your money starts earning from day received any day of month when held til end SAN MATEO MUTUAL SAVINGS A N a N 1 1096 HOME MATEO B Street BURLINGAME Plan 1841 Ei Camino
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