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   Terre Haute Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1971, Terre Haute, Indiana                                StepbedUp Red Attacks Cost Allied Lives THE TERRE HAUTE TRIBUNE COMPLETE SERWCES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AND UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL ALL DEPARTMENTS DIAL 2320581 TEN FINAL EDITION Terre April DRAFT EXTE Vietnam Use To Be Scored By Its Foes By WALTER MEARS AP Political Writer WASHINGTON AP Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield forecasts serious Senate opposition to a twoyear extension of the draft in a debate likely to in volve the use of draftees in the Vietnam The Senate Armed Services Committee is expected to complete action this probably on a bill extending the draft and eliminating future defer ments for college Its version would permit current undergraduates to keep their deferments until their four years of college The House already has approved extending the draft for two years past its June 30 expiration Senate debate is due in about two Mansfield said the legislation has faced a comparatively easy path so far but This time I think it will encounter serious OPPOSED School Board Action Due on Staff Reduction Action on the reduction of 36 teachers from the Vigo County School Corporation staff is ex pected to be taken when mem bers of the board of trustees meet Monday The reduction was deferred at the April 12 meeting after Kenneth Cottom had an nounced the cut as part of con solidation and curriculum The board will hear a request for the authorization to adver tise for additional appropriations to the cumulative building fund for the new north elementary the junior high school at the Gerstmeyer site and the re modeling of Honey Creek High School as a junior high The board also will consider a request to advertise for furni Continued On Page 5 6 Dead In Wake Of Weekend Battles By GEORGE ESPER SAIGON AP The enemy doubled his attacks in South Vietnam over the weekend and inflicted heavy losses on the South Vietnamese and their American One attack early today wrecked the biggest ammunition dump in the central part of the country for the third time since Communiques and field reports said at least 49 South Vietnamese were 168 were wounded and more than 100 houses were destroyed in attacks since Sat The casualties included five civilians killed and 56 The Command re ported seven Americans three and 60 Two Sheridan one armored person nel a UH1 helicop ter and an F4 Phantom fighterbomber were Only 54 North Vietnamese were reported The attacks were concen trated in the Mekong Delta south of Saigon and along a 300 He said the effort against the bill will center first on an at tempt to end the Selective Serv ice System and more on an ef fort to limit extension to one Certain to Play Part In Mansfield the issue of drafting men for service in South Vietnam ap pears certain to become part of the At lent one half and prob ably more of the casualties have been Mansfield Such a development could PRESIDING AT SESSION Vigo County School Corporation representatives and persons knowledgeable in the area of drug use and abuse greeted teachers as they arrived at Wood row Wilson Monday for an inservice trailing On the speakers platform for the open ing program were Joann Otter Creek Elementary School Frank Wiley High School William assistant superintendent of instruc tion Robert director of the Family Service Association Kenneth super intendent of the Vigo County School Corporation and Peter president of the board I NEWS DIGEST By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON Democratic leader Mike Mansfield fore casts serious opposition in the Senate to a twoyear extension of the draft in a debate likely to involve the use of draftees in the Indochinese of Photo by Vigo County Teachers Hear About DruQ Use and Abuse By MARY ANNE PIERCE Tribune Staff Writer were Lafayette a mem 3er of faculty A revolution in atJerry P the ISU life science Kathy Eaton and titudes and priorities of They were questioned about putting the human relationships their hotline service bv a group pSl in the wil1 helP solve the current of reactors led by Gene embroil the draft issue in tn Dark Horses Investigating Primary WASHINGTON AP Two potential candidates for the 1972 Democratic presidential nomination say they will visit New Hampshire before decid ing whether to enter that states presidential Mayor Sam Yorty of Los An Seles is visiting the state this week to take political sound Henry Jackson of Washington says he has been urged to enter New Hamp shires first in the will visit the state later this The primary is in in a weekend stopover in New complained most of the Democratic candidates are pulling the party too far to the He specifically ac cused Edmund Muskie of Maine and George McGovem of South Dakota of harassing and trying to sabotage the Jackson and Roger Continued On Page larger Senate controversy over the war Action is er on legislation to for spending for the conflict the end of this Mansfield said he vote against any es have never voted for and I dont intend to for this he Hatficld Involved Mark roblems faced by young people vieve Among the Jean Robert principal h school future the military Hatfield INDIANAPOLIS either House Spi Matthevy W the next Indiana The weekend here whelmingly political marily the Democrats Jeffi son Day the Hotel Fire Kills Twelve in Seattle by ROBERT SWEET UPD they got the ladder to me the flanges across my Paul were dancing was lucky Firemen rescued him as he hung by his fingertips from a secondfloor But 12 others persons per ished when an early morning fire roared through an old apartment building forcing many of the elderly tenuaiits to leap from upper apartments to the Ten persons were least one death toll from Tire Marshal Pherson said the blaze patently started from placed cigarette in gutted the Seventh level windows to the pavement auout 50 peopie It was a rip rjf the 1who at least were mure than ii y a r sj Three were killed when Uicv kupid burning Continued OB Page ersy over i e turning to drugs for were K A UllC lOli vhM TT nurse jL U1U PI j pf was the message LilLt iUlCl David when hif tn at Woodrow James 11 It 1 III o ftncirm High School before school p 2IIMUIU n Monday the audie r a uiaii n f A as a panelist discussing being iU He took part program prepared to red more aware of to Eaton faced by young calls re or an end today and of possible are from h It was the second es ncd training session related of the Vi o USP and abuse students ng of the Vigo County School with dru rmining of the ju n his and other panelists have e for an 60 per draft to assist persons the IS Speaking some exper Bowen in 2 cornbread 1972 Democ meetings of the oj UPI Editorial n 1 n o national Snea aker Otis or former Ish will a senator from was the main speaker Saturday night in speake was the Friday nig atic Jeffersor at the Indiana State at which was following a and beans Dole blossomeo criticized both events and of e both of whom in the i May pr at the Weather Red b g Vote 1 Governoi National Weather Service itbe b u 1 1 o r Map on Page for Goverm Noon Welsh or M announc tes for govei CONDITIONS but buttonwe temperature theV V lonetl temperature tut 41 iiicclplinnctra to start ng their s men as everal lit ht billiards evented HAUTE AND VlflMl VCoiuiderablc cloudlntM loulgbl ItUl governor Variable winds 10 tu IS to eing 4 tu 1 tupb to nlgbl IS to Ulfbs Tuuda 81 to has mentioned probability f phen SO a 1 a z e C omldcrablr and m a tbruugb lam luuigbl PrecluUtHka ptul Candida n a 10 per cent lunlglit uud SO Jier to Gov B among tho fire uid tiiundcntaiiin 1 1 tikelj law le luev as a 1 Ul Avenue kiwitcn can ct housing fw ta M mU 1Ca conime putting lead of illegal drugs and thai one per cent of the teachers in the au dience under 30 had used drugs at one time or mile stretch of the coastal low lands from Cam Ranh to Da 54 Incidents South Vietnamese headquar ters reported 54 enemyin itiated incidents between Sunday and 6 Mon the highest number this month and more than double the average of 24 a day earlier in The Command an nounced five significant rocket and mortar attacks on American forces during the the most in nearly tbaee Viet Cong mortars set off scores of 500pound bombs at the coastal Qui Nhon ammuni tion dump 265 miles northeast of The exploding bombs wiped out civilian houses in a 2V2mile radius and shattered The panel discussion con cluded the morning portion of the training Continued On Page Area Mayors Due Here for Race Breakfast school milted Mayor Leland Garrison an Couiuyi nounced during his weekly i i avejCnn liews briefing Monday morning ted with drugs and 20 that 14 mayors in the Indiana junior highi campus and Illinois area have accepted his invitation to a mayors breakfast The at 8 at the Holiday is in honor of the Tony Hulman Classic sprint car race run at the Vigo County Action Track It will be filmed for the ABC Wide World of Senator Abraham was in Terre Haute Saturday to speak at Indiana State University and Earth Day Ribicoff has long been a campaigner against pol During a Ribicoff said that county officials an industrial employes on an aii principal Pollution control board should Friday night at oil the board because atic Jefferson Jackson of Possible conflicts of interest ner at which Bavh also bicoff also said public offici i als who do not fight pollution i should be elected out of ofeice buildings of the Support Up to 30 mortar shells hit the ammunition the Army compound and a South Vietnamese military Ten South Vietnamese soldiers were reported and 26 soldiers and 18 civilians were reported About half a dozen Americans also were The dump held about tons of ammunition of all types for both and South Viet namese It is operated by the South The various storage areas are sec tioned off by earthen and apparently this saved some sec The full extent of the damage was not known because demoli tion specialists still were attacks double over the weekend in the Mekong Delta and the coastal lowlands of South Thirtyfive South Vietnamese and seven Americans were re ported Eugene an Army Intelligence officer charged with maiming and assault ing a Viet Cong suspect after the 1968 sweep through My goes on trial war foes have joined antipoverty lobbyists to work in the halls of Congress after the weekends huge and peaceful CALCUTTA Leaders of the East Pakistani rebellion have ordered an underground guerrilla Ultra leftists have threatened to take over the WASHINGTONSecretary of State William Rogers flies to London amid advance signs of problems he will encounter when he moves on to the Mideast in a bid to promote Sam Ervln has moved to knock out of the billion school desegregation bill all language authorizing some of the money for religiouslyrun CHICAGO Judicial authorities are still not sure if States Edward Hanrahan will testify today before a special grand jury investigating a police raid in which two Black Panther leaders were 40 employes of the Burlington Northern Railroad have achieved the ultimate dream of every working paid for doing claim they are still unhappy with their subcommittee hearings this week on allegations of fraud in the election of two Republican sena tors may lead to a change in the party orientation of the Senate now deadlocked with 29 Democrats and 29 President on M mostly jjlaj mayoralty cics can o n comment control agen not be too much in Continued On Page unable to get into the area by Continued On Page than Boy Scouts gathered in front of Abraham Lincolns tomb over the weekend for their annual salute to the nations 16th Jury Selection Begins For Jack Williams Trial By JACK HUGHES Tribune Staff Writer pective jurors was called for the One of Arthur Van De 40 to appear at the mornVeer of RR West Terre ing session and 35 more in the Trial of suspended school official Jack on Chief Deputy Prosecutor Verl theft indictments returned by j Miiller is conducting the case the Vigo County Grand Jury last began Monday in Cir the state and Attorney George Craig of the Brazil firm of Craig and Craig was the first prospective juror in the current trial to ac knowledge recognition of De fense Attorney Craig as a for mer governor of 1 voted for he and Craig broke his silence at the cuit Court with jury selection defense table to Im glad the struck olllo before Judge Francis Hamilton Putnam County iI1L lndl charges of theft of j nf oi ro at saying re i It appointed special judge throughout the Sev liams of turning to his own vemremen had been quts tioncd prior to Van De Veer Van De who said that the would ifor the local A special venire of 75 corporalion im total amount of Spe Rogers Leaves For Mideast support The process of jury or voir dire as that period WASHINGTON AP Amid Devar saw the journey examination is be the indictmelns chaise iact hre voted tor Craig the defendant with t a k i n g Ilot rfluencc was however last May 18 on excused when he that 21 on on 24 and on Other charges brought later by affidavit await trials sched uled for May and Continued On Page The Country for i signs of difficulties Secther proof of lop priority wjth the regular quarterly of State William in a Mideast settlej panel in the jury Prosecu igers took off for London today of Indiana I on the first leg of a twoweek ment Moscows Pravda frequently journey to promote peace in the Rogers of being hypocritical by a Demi Middle pretending to have sympathy ir three tim a 1968 MI An authoritative source ftli in vovnt L wiU te stiSina to itsfet idan told of e for Egypt while arming Israel Jor de mon itor Miller questioned each pros accused pective juror in turn concerning his or her qualifications to As a juror was excused from and six were excused the re there against the one of the special venire time unless he a waste presents Departing from Andrews Air j When the noon hour Force Base in a special jetliUS prospective jurors had been charged that said at the ally and at a news on Bayh as well as Hubert H DMuii ilcarcut views on how to solve the ArabIsraeli Most b I t Ht tiitnuuiiiruc Rogers arranged first toiexamined by the slate and tlie a Southeast Asia i defense began its questioning the people stiLl in the Israeli newipiipers London aud then a Central Dux of the regular with own ireaty wert experienced anc Honing against expecting a parley in Ankara which on tlu Stamper peace breakthrough Iroin his mwder trial un two Ou Fane ol though the olliciai Couliuutd Ou Page axu You may feel what you laught that your child is lost until you the results showing see up in your   

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