Progress Bulletin, June 17, 1970

Progress Bulletin

June 17, 1970

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Progress-Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 17, 1970, Pomona, California progress-Bulletin MAIL Vol. 86 Number 138 POMONA, CAUF., WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 17. 1970 >tc 0M 7 Sections Poges of Bandit '.i. 1 c II fcm Sergeant Shot, Drives 45 Miles BARSTOW. Calif. (AP) An Army sergeant shot alongside a desert road by a bandit, crawled to his car and with a bullet in his stomach drove 45 miles (or help today, ihcrilfs deputies said. Neither the wife of Master Sgt. Richard Austin Hunt Sr.. of Fort Lee. Va.. nor any of his three children knew how- to operate an automobile, sher- iff's deputies said, and Hunt was compelled to drive himself. Deputies said Hunt was as- saulted by a gunman shortly af- ter he pulled alongside High- way Interstate 40 to get a baby bottle out of the trunk of his car. The gunman, deputies said, pulled up alongside, demanded Hunt's wallet, and after a struggle, shot him with a 22- cahbcr rifle. Hunt had fSO in the wallet, deputies said. Hunt was en route to the Pre- sidio in San deputies said, where he to overseas assignment. The shooting scene was ap- proximately -S3 miles from the Roadninrcr Cr.le :n Ambny. or seme SO miles of hire. De- puties saul Hurt managed to teach the where help was summoned. Listed in critical condition. Hunt. 31. was taken to the Ma- rine Hospital in Twentynir.e Palms and subsequently trans- ferred to March Air Force Base at Riverside. Deputies said an all-point bul- letin had been issued for the gun- man, driving a late model car. Lobbyist Enters Plea of Guilty NEW YORK (AP) Lobbyist Nathan Voloshen interrupted the start of his trial today to plead guil- ty to charges of conspiring to peddle his influence with the olfice of House Speaker John W. McCor- mack. and lying to a grand jury about it. Codefendant Martin Sweig. McCormack's sus- pended administrative aide, stood by his plea of innocence. Jury selection continued for his federal court trial which might last all summer. Voloshen. 71. a New York lawyer-lobbyist and fnend of McCormack's first announced his change of plea in the judge's chambers, then repeated it in open ccurt. LA.-S.F. Police Foot Race Slated LOS ANGELES (UPI) Police from Lcs Angeles and San Francisco will soon be out to prove which department has the fastest runners in a foot race from here to San Francisco. Ten men from both departments will each run five. 10 mile legs of the relay while those waiting their turn will nde along in two camper trucks. Last month, the LAPD legmen raced the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department to San Diego and outdistanced them by 300 yards. The SFPD issued the most recent challenge. Tafe Trial So Far Has Cost LOS ANGELES (UPI) The Sharon Tale-La Bianca murder trial has cost the county to date and could run as high as SI million. Supervisor Kenneth Hahn said Tuesday. Hahn also said the police department has spent about in its investigation of the cnmes. The board of supervisors agreed to keep a "run- ning score" on the cost of the trial, which could last six months. Withdrawal Advocate Wins Demo Backing DOVER. Del. (AP) John D. Damelio. who fav- immediate U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam, won Tuesday the Democratic nomination for Delaware s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Danielle, a councilman-at-large in populous New- Castle County, defeated Samuel L. Shipley, a Wil- mington public relations man. by an unofficial mar- gin of better than 1.400 votes. Shipley has supported President Nixon's Vietnam policy but opposed U.S. intervention in Cambodu. The Weather Night and morning low overcast and fog. but oth- erwise mostly sunny today and Thursday with warming trend. Expected high today, 7S. low to- night, 57, high Thursday. 85- Tuesday's high was 75, low this morning. 56. IN TODAY'S P-B Sec. Bridge Child's Classified Ads................. V Comics ......................9 Crossword Puzzle F Dateline Jcane Dixon...................c Doctor Comments.............G Editorial .....................B Entertainment Financial ....................E Food .........................D Obituary Rattles Security A Sports .......................K Tck-vlsion Women ......................B World of Animals .............0 PS- 7 M "J M 6-7 11 VON HOLLEBEN Terrorists Free German Ambassador RIO DE JANEIRO (UPI) Terrorists freed kidnaped West German Ambassador Ehren- fried Von Ilolicben Tuesday night. He appeared early today outside his home and in Ger- man and Portuguese offered "a salute to the people and govern- ment of Brazil" for saving life. Brazil's military government freed 49 political prisoners and flew them to exile in Algeria Monday in ransom for Von Hol- icben. Von Hollcben was Thursday night by terrorists uho Killed his bodv guard and wounded two other police. Von Holleben. 61. was turned loose by the terrorists on a cor- ner of a wooded area of Rio's Tijuca district. He hailed what he thought was a taxi. It turned out to be motorist Serg o da Co.-ta 29. who of- fered him a ride home. 16 miles across the city. "By his accent. I knew he was a foreigner." said Apoli- nano, a lawyer. "When 1 looked into his face. I recog- nized he was the German am- Wage-Price Controls Rejected by President BLACK WINS MAYOR RACE IN NEWARK NEWARK. N.J. (UPI) Kenneth A. who forged a fragile cojlition of and whites to win election as Newark'-, first black maycr. vowed today to reconcile his city torn by a racially hitter campaign. "Right on. as we say." Gib- son told enthusiastic suppor- "Right en for all tr-e people of Newark. For the next finir the city of Newark will have decent, hones: leader- ship." M a y o r Huph AdJor.izio. soundly beaten Tuesday in his bid for a third four-year term, is on trial in Federal District Court in Trenton on charges of tax evasion, conspiracy and ex- tcrtion. The issue of govern- mental corruption slowly cave way to bitter racial recrimina- tions in the closing days of the campaign. The final unofficial tally pave Gibson to Addcnizm's 43.- OSG. Gibbon picked up 56.1 per cent of ihe vote in an election that saw a record turnout for a runoff. Though Gibson pledged to reunite the diverse factions in the largely black city, it was going to be no easy task. Followers of the 33-year-old city engineer took to the streets after the victory' speech, shouting "Power to the people" and "Right on" as they danced jubilantly down Broad Street, the city's main thoroughfare. Meantime, at Addonizio head- quarters, violence erupted as the mayor's supporters at- tacked newsmen, blaming them for the loss. "Nigger lovers! they shouted at re- porters, smashing color tele- vision cameras, overturning tables and hurling glasses and ash trays. Anthony Imperiale. a white militant who supported Addo- r.izio after running third in the six-man mayoral primary in May, tcok the podium. "We know the Commies have won.1' Imperiale shouted. "We're still not beaten. Tomor- row we will commence chang- ing the form of government." Impcrialc indicated he would begin circulating petitions soon to change Newark's form of eliminating the post of m.iyor. Hodgson Confirmed WASHINGTON trying to break into a building in the trouble area. The four were taken to hospi- tali. none reported in critical condition. A slug in the neik made George Curtis. 15. the first gun- shot victim of the di-turbance. "Apparently there were two officers under -.r.incr fire by- three Necro male.-." McGaulty "The officers returned their fire and apparently wounded one of the who was Cunts, and the other two were arrested." The secor.d black, net identi- fied. shot wh.le apparently trying to burzlanze a bu.Idmg. McGaaltv "There was son-e talk of a bursary in progress and a shooting oc- CtirreJ." McGaulty said. Later Von HoIIeben appeared on the vtrar.da of his residence with ion. Wolf. 22; his step- son. Johann Christian Baron von Hiller. 32: and his wife. Isa. He addressed a crowd in the street below. In German and Portuguese, Von Holleben told the gather- ing. "I fee! happy and grateful to the government for the steps they took for my re- turn safe and sound to my fam- ily. "I offer salutat.on to Ihe people and government of Bra- zil." Shortly before midmpht. the West German Embassy re- leased a communique that said: "The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany happily rcnfncd Von Hollcben returned rcnfncd von HoIIeben returned safely today to his residence. Candido Mendcs Street, No. 7S4 at p.m. p.m. After taking a rest, he will maintain the first contacts with the Brazilian authorities." Feet Deep Hole on Ocean Floor Hit The two while men were shot at a construction and paving company. "They were on top of the roof at the time." McGaulty said. "Supposedly they were armed." Blacks in the they were roaming in bands of 15 to three automobiles and burned them. The first shot.s were fired Monday after reports circulated through the predominantly black neighborhood that a Negro woman wa.-> :nsulted at a white-owned supermarket. Witnesses said at least two fire bombs were hurled at the n Pay food store dunr.g Tuoday night's violence. Offi- viid the fires were quickly extinguished. A few from where po- lice officers crouched behind squad cars, a black youth dis- played a .22 pistol and said. "Unt.I that shop is burned fiat to the sround, the shooting will never stop." As fur.ous exchanges of shots were fired on the ground, a swept rooftops with a powerful searchlight. Bosh po- lice and armed blacks used the rooftops as vantage po.nts ear- lier m the evening. analyze their inflationary' im- pact. "This inflation alert will call attention to outstanding cases of price or wage increases and will be made public by the Na- tional Commission on Produc- tivity." Nixon said. 3. A Regulations and Pur- chasing Review Board is being set up. to review federal pur- chasing procedures to assure that they do not drive up costs and prces: and to review import policy to sec whether supplies can be increased to meet nsir.g consumer demand without loss of jobs at home. "This administration, by its Tending res-tramt. has set the example in this past year: we believe we have now earned the credentials to call for similar restraint from business and la- bor to slow down inflation." Nix- on said. Nixon assured the nation that "a peacetime economy is clear- ly on the way." He promised: "Our scheduled withdrawal of forces from Cambodia en June 30 will be kept. "Our scheduled transition from a wartime economy to a peacetime consumer economy will be kept as well. "While our economy adapts to the reordering of our nation- al priontics and resources, we are undergoing a seccnd srcat change. We are trying to do something that has never been done before: to avoid a reces- sion while we bring a major in- flation to an end." "Now is the time" Nixon said, "for business at every le- vel to take price actions more consistent with a stable cost of living, and now is the time for labor to structure its wage de- mands to better achieve a new stability of costs Just before the President went on the air. Rep. Wrieht Patman. D-Tcx.. released a let- ter from Nixon saying he will use- standby credit control au- thonty voted him by Congress "if :t appears to me that the (bee A4, Col. 4) Cosmonauts Hearing 16 Days in Space MOSCOW iL'PI) man Soyuz 9 spacecraft today soared the achievement of 6.5 million miles and 16 full days in space, its pilots enjoy- ing panoramic views of Athens, Istanbul and other cities. In progress rrport on what has become man's longest space flight, the Soviet r.ews agency Tas> said that "by 1-45 p.m. a.m. EDT) today the ship had nude 253 orbits of the earth and spent 375 hours in space." LA JOLLA. Calif. (AP) using only Minar to guide them reported hitting a tiny hole feet deep on the Atlantic Ocean floor Wednes- day. The hole 16 feet in diameter was drilled earlier ai a point 300 miles cast of New England. A new drill bit was attached, and Ihe bit dropped back in. Scnpps Institution of Ocea- nography here, announcing the re-entry- as scientists returned to Boston Harbor, said it will allow inspection of the ocean floor as never before. The feat was accomplished about midnight last Sunday af- ter 12 days of trials off the Glmar Challenger, a research ship1 of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. Scnpps manages the project for which million recently was set aside by the National Science Foundation. The scient- ists involved come also from Woods Hole Oceanographic In- stitution, the University of Miami, Columbia University and the University of Washing- Ion. In its two-year drilling program has turned up traces of oil in the deep ocean bed of the Gulf of Mexico; the oldest sediments ever recov- ered from the ocean about 160 million years con- firmation, say scientists, of a theory thai the sea floor is slowly spreading. The re-entry meant sending down a 16-foot cone with the or- iginal dnll string and btl. When the bit was worn out. it and the drill strings were pulled buck aboard the drilling ship. The funnel-shaped re-entry cone re- mained on the ocean floor over original hole. On its cight-sidtil nm were three acoustic reflectors. Afuv r.c-A bit was put on Ihe drill wa> a lowered but this time carrying in its tip a scanning sonar device. When the device neared the ocean floor, it homed in on the acous- tic reflectors with this fact showing on a control panel aboard ship. The drill pipe was also outfitted with a sideward-thrusting water jet about 60 feet above the bit. By pumping sea water from the surface down Ihe drill string and out the jet. engineers guided the string and bit to the cone ami through the cone to the hole. Seven Wild Steers Range S.B. Freeway MONTEREY PARK Seven wild steers ranged the San Bernardino Freeway for nearly three hours Tuesday- night before California Highway Patrol officers, police and mo- torists using their autos could round them up. The CHP said the animals were on their way to market when they Cicapwl from an over-turned truck westbound on the freeway undwr the Long Beach overpass. Wh.-n the truck was set up- right. 1" steers were corallcd in- side, but seven others escaped EWSPAPERl and charged about the freeway. One of the animals broke a leg as it plunged from the truck and was shot by CHP officers. Officers managed to round up four of the beasts but two oth- ers were shot at the request of trucking company officials. One of the steers was captured about four hours later wander- ing near Los Angeles State ccl- Icgc. A Monterey Park officer said at least three patrol cars were damaged during the rampage along with a number of civilian autos. EWSPAPERl ;