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PAGE C 30 Baltimore, Wednesday, THE EVENING SUN June 23. 1971 PAGE C 30 Key State Witness' Testimony Stricken In Turco Trial All testimony given by a key prosecution witness during the past three days was ordered stricken today in the trial of Arthur Turco, Jr., the New York attorney on trial as an accessory to the slaying nearly two years ago of Eugene L. Anderson, Jr. Mitchell Order Cited William M. Kunstler, chief defense counsel, succeeded in having the testimony thrown out after the witness, Mahonney " Kebe, 22, contradicted his earlier testimony as to the time of day an order was given to "get rid of" the victim July 11, 1969. Judge James W. Murphy told 1 the Criminal Court jury that the 'testimony of Mr. Kebe was "too contradictory." Mr. Kebe testified under cross-examination by Mr. Kun stler today that Henry Mitchell, Black Panther defense captain, gave the order during daylight hours July 11, 1969, to "get rid of" the victim, whose skeleton was found three months later in LeakinPark. Mr. Kebe had testified yester day that Mr. Mitchell gave the order after arriving at Black Panther party headquarters "two or three hours after dark. Mr. Kunstler, after the testi- Continued, Page C2, Col. 1 Secretary To Make Own Striker-Welfare Ruling ByWelford A spokesman for Rita C. Da vidson, state secretary of em ployment and social services, said she plans to make her own decision on whether strikers should be eligible for welfare. Last week Governor Mandel was reported to have stepped in and told Mrs. Davidson not to make the decision, since the proposal was "too far-reaching." The Governor said that such a proposal should be dealt with by the General Assembly and not L. McLellan through an administrative arm of the state government. Mrs. Davidson was out of the country Friday when the Governor's announcement was made. She was in Washington, yesterday but left statements on her position of the proposal thus far. Luther Starnes, public rela tions aide to Mrs. Davidson said,- "Her only comment at this time is that the administrative machinery for reviewing the possibility of changing Rule 200 Continued, Page C2, Col. 3 League O.K.' s Bets, Beer-Tax Rise By Frank Ocean City. Goverment-j operated off-track betting and in-j creases in beer and liciuor taxes were endorsed today at the an-j nual convention of the Maryland i Municipal League. , I Revenues from the added liquor taxes and off-track betting should be shared by the state With Maryland's financially pressed cities and towns, the league said in a policy statement. ; Reorganization Approved In other action at today's final business meeting, the convention delegates approved a league Megargee reorganization plan that will enable it to develop clear-cut policies on urban issues to be backed up by "strong political action." The plan calls for establishing eight "policy action committees" to develop league policy. Name Change Rejected In the annual election, James T. Sturais, Mayor of Snow Hill, was elected ieague president without opposition. Retained as vice president-at-large was Bal timore s Mayor D Alesandro. The delegates rejected a pro- Continued, Page C2, Col. 7 Gibson Likely School Board Selection By Sue Miller The city school board is expected to elect Larry S. Gibson, 28, its youngest member, as its vice president tomorrow night. The black attorney would be the first person ever to hold that post on the nine-member board, The creation of the second-in-command post is the newest in a series of recent moves the formerly highly criticized board has been making quietly in an apparent reorganization for greater efficiency-Establish Committees The new approach to the increasing number of complex problems the board faces includes the establishment for one first time committees to handle finance, building, grievance and student rights matters. As vice president, Mr. Gibson would preside over meetings in the absence of Robert L. Kar-wacki, president. To date, Mr. Karwacki has not missed a meeting since he was named to the presidency more than a year ago. But, the board is believed to be preparing itself to carry on without a let-up during what promises to be a fuller than usual summer. Community Involvement j An energetic man who does his homework. Mr. Gibson strongly supports community involvement in school affairs. He was responsible for the parent- representatives plan now in op- Continued, Page C2, Col. 6 Missing Link Over Patapsco Suni'Bpers photo-William LaForce, Jr Approaches for Baltimore's Outer Harbor crossing extend in- next to Fort Armistead Park. Originally designed as tunnel, to Patapsco River from Sollers Point on far side and from crossing is to be bridge instead if bondholders approve. Special Session Set June 29 V- iMii,'''''''''''','?1r'''",'""''J LARRY S. GIBSON Annapolis The Maryland Senate will be called into special session June 29 to consider Gov ernor Mandel's selections of 38 attorneys for the new District Court. At the same time several sen ators, including two from Balti more county, criticized the judicial selection commission and expresssd concern about possi ble political maneuvering around approval of the nomi nees. A spokesman for the Gover nor, who had earlier announced his intention to call a special session for the purpose of con firming or rejecting the appoint ments, announced the date late yesterday and estimated that the session might take four days. Had Said One Day This was a departure from earlier administration predictions. Mr. Mandel had said he was "hopeful" action on the ap pointments could ,be concluded in one day. Frank A. DeFilippo, Mr. Mandel's press aide, said the Senate would convene at 10.30 A.M. June 29, and that the Governor and legislative leaders now believe the confirmation process could be concluded by July 2. He said that all nominees for By Michael Wheatley the District Court judgeships would be requested to make themselves available for interviews by the Senate's Executive Nomination Committee. When the Senate convenes, the prospective judges will be attending a three-day indoctrination session at Manresa-on-the-Severn, a Catholic retreat house about 5 miles from the State House. Announcement of the date came following a meeting be tween Governor Mandel, Senate President William S. James (D., Harford) and Senator George E. Snyder (D., Washington), the Senate majority leader. Earlier, Senators James and Snyder had attended a meeting of the Rules, Organization and Facilities Committee of the Legislative Council at which proce dures for the confirmation were discussed. Senator John Carroll Byrnes Continued, Page C 2, Col. 1 Nance, Stick Star, Dies In Crash Mattoon, 111. (Special) Harry M. Nance, 53, of Baltimore, a former Ail-American lacrosse player, died near this Central Illinois town yesterday in a head-on collision. Mr. Nance was killed instantly at an intersection near Neoga, 111., according to Illinois State Police. Four persons in the other car were seriously injured. On Repair Trip Mr. Nance, who was supervisor of engineering services at Towson State College, was visiting his daughter, Mrs. Carole McGreevey,. and her family, who had moved to Mattoon in January from Baltimore. He was on his way to take an air-conditioner for repair when the accident occurred. ! Born in Towson, Mr. Nance was a three-letterman in football, basketball and lacrosse at Oilman School, from which he was graduated. He was also a lacrosse star at the Johns Hopkins University, where he studied engineering for three years. Mr. Nance was noted for his quick stick on the crease as a Continued, Page C 3, Col. 4 Club's Bias Testified To By Woman By John White A prominent Baltimore business woman testified today that only "after paying a total of $450 in intiatioii and membership fees and being accepted as a full member, was she informed that the elite Center Club discriminated against female members. ' , Mrs. Ruth Shaw,, who heads a women's sportswear firm, said that upon complaining to the club's manager al)out xot being; able to sit in a lounge reserved; for men; she' was' told that women members "had equal but separate facilities" at the ,club on the-22d floor of the One Charles Center building. , ' judgeAn Ex-Member' Mrs.' Shaw ns seeking an injunction against the club, which names many prominent Baltimore businessmen among its membership, on the grounds that she is discriminated against because of her sex. Judge Kenneth C. Proctor, himself a former member of the club, listened to testimony this morning from Mrs. Shaw and David Shay, a tock broker ho Continued, Page C2, Col. Wage Proposal Reaches Limit, . .. , ;- .. Gulman Says By Thomas Hasler The city's labor commissioner today flatly declared there will be tio increase in the proposed 2v per. cent wage 'increase for city employes."' ' v ' The" moderate raise-was part of the new btfdget calling for a property ta increase to about $5.70 for each $100;vauiati6n tentatively approved by.City Council yesterday. " 5 Crosby Pessimistic 'All. we can talk about now are' noneconomic issues," Edward J, Gutman; the commissioner, said, as he prepared to meet ' with representatives of five city unions this morning. Dennis Crosby,, president, of the Baltimore Teachers' Union, expressed similar pessimism, commenting there is "not much hope" in the possibility of improving the wage offer through negotiations. - Mr. Crosby is one member of the five AFL-CIO unions which have joined together for the first time representing city'employes in negotiations with . the D'Alesandro administration. . "Money is always the heart of the issue," Mr.' Crosby said. He said .the Union voted thjree weeks ago to adopt a i'no contract, no work" policy r In tentatively approving the budget, the .council pruned the mayor's record $932 million re-guest by $12 million.;.,' This will require the council to fix the- property tax rate at about $5.70 for each $100 in as- Continued, Page C 20 Col. II Navy Searching For Missing Jet The Navy has Begun'" Search operations for a -Crusader "jet missing since, yesterday and presumed down while on a familiarization flight from'Patux-ent Naval Air Station. ' . - The pilot is Marine Capt. Stephen J. Erickson, of Longview, Wash., who was attending the test pilot school at the St. Marys county air station. ,. s A Navy spokesman said the search is being conducted on the bay, as well as in an area south and south east of the station. SPECIAL NOTICES ' Declare today a Holiday at the world-famous Chesapeake Restaurant. Enjoy taste-templing " epicurean delights , that make any day truly "red letter": Charcoal-broiled Steak, Live -boiled Lobster, Stuffed Jumbo Shrimp, Broiled Baby Flounder, Choice Prime Ribs of Beef . . . prepared as only the I Chesapeake artists know how. Chesapeake Restaurant Charles Street at Penn Station Call now for reservations. 837-7711 Hear Lawson Vessells, now in the Pen & Quill Cocktail Lounge. Toast Hawaii's 12th Birthday in our special celebration. At The Pimlico Hotrl Crabs are better than ever! We've got. 'em starting tomorrow. You can get them too! Plenty of free parkin? anytime 5301 Park Heightsat Hayward Fire Loss? We Have a Deal For You ! lavon Car Rental$ Br. 6-5000 For Sale 1706-08-10-12 N. Charles St. Including bldg. 12,000 ft. , Will finance. Hopkins Realty 752-1552 We buy Diamonds, Gold, Pawn Tkts. Livingston Loan Oft ice 30l E. Balto. St. SA. 7-0262 DULANEY ; 11971 MONTEQO 2 DR. H.T. Prices start as low as fl"4 Plus freight, local tax t tt dealer prep, BROUGHAM 2 DR. H.T. Plus Frelcht. Local Tax tt Dealer Preo. DULANEY LINCOLN-MERCURY Perma Ave. &0 Jj. Towson, Md. IS EASY Summertimes' efflclal- t easy ly, by serving delicious meals from rar easy- rossries, frozen tmis, Housewares, cards & eautv aids, tee. HERLIKG'S GROCERY BASKET M wcrll-tea-s LEXINGTON MARKET Heaiqcarters for S.S. Pierce aafi S It W proiscts. Braiferi Federal times to pay 5 per annum on Passbook Savings Dividends compounded and payable quarterly EVEN HTGHEK CERTIFICATE EARNINGS RADFORD Federal SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. York Rd. & Reffester Ave. 2600 Block E. Fayette St. PHONE 377-9600 C000000O00000000 0'O9OOC 3 EVERT Q, THURSDAY KITS c Q .IU. t, v - 'sj NIGHT' 4 P.M. TO CLOSING THREE DOLLAR ticket entitles boy and his date to ride all the Park rides as many times as you like. Two for one and fun for two. Boy pays and bis date rides free. Friday, June 25 REPEAT "REPORT CARD" DAY Free rides to school children 12 noon to 4 p.m. 12 to 5 P.H. A PLEASANT 25-MINUTE DRIVE is all it takes to see tee mx FURNITURE STORE El 2m MILES DIRECTIONS Take Balto -Wash-lngton Parkway and exit at Rt. 197 Laurel. Turn right one block to Mont-pellier Shopping Center on right. ' Drezel J Galleries MONTPELLIER PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER ROU1E 197 LAUREL, MD. Free Delivery Convenient Terms Open Sundays 12 to 5 Dally 10 to 9 Sat. 11 to 9 Phone 792-4140 Furniture Dealers ! Decorators every popular period just arrived 3T0FBERG BROTHERS Open Thursday A Monday Nihts ; WHOLESALE FURNtTVRE 400 S. CHARLES ST. PL. l-Hli FREE PARKING on titel lot directly across street from store MEN BIG SIZES HERE Jportmear Furnlshlnns Apnarel WALDORF'S 701 S. Broadway RADAR TRAP DECTECTOR . IT-8 LEGAL. CALL JUST LISTED OFF SMITH AVENUE PRIME COUNTY PROPERTY Centrally air conditioned split lovel lo-rnted In quM court featuring 3 double bedrooms. 1st floor panelled den with built in. separate dining room, J'ii balhs. walk-out panelled family room & beautiful parl-Jtke grounds. August 1:1 possession. Miriam Cummins 484-1198 ROSALIE SWniEI-iBAUM 363-0822 "We Multiple List" Complement Your Home with NEW LIGHTING FIXTURES for the Summer A Complete Collection to Select from excel lo lighting Security Blvd. at Bell way Exit 17 1706 Whitehead Road B.30 A.M. to 3 P.M. Monday thru Saturday Wednesday until 9 P.M. 944-6700 HARVEY'S MATCH PANTS ONI.V .1 LF.FT Efficiency Coiidoinlnlum43lh St. at the Beach. Completely furnished. Sleeps 2. Air cond. & heated. Kitchenette, carpeting Ai drapes, etc. Priced at 811.900. Excellent financing available. Details on re- FINANCIAL DESIGNERS . 296-6025 To respect the memory of our beloved Father and Founder PHILIP FINGLASS SANFORD'S . 3100 South Hanover St. will bf closed until Friday, Jun2.!!h OAOE OAUGE CALIBR ACTION TO II BUREAU OF STANDARDS AETCO T6T CENTER, (301) 282-5200 I GWYM ! mm Free Admission Bus No. 2ft marked Gwynn Oak Park-Woodlawn direct to Park. Or use Exit 17 from Baltimore Beltway to 6000 Uwynn oak Ave. " iVe Do all kinds of Iterations on ladles' and men's garments Wee Scri'lce 324 W. BALTIMORE ST. BA. 7-B7S8 FREE SHOWER UMBRELLA & 4 FT. STORK To use at your next Bridal or Baby Shower when you purchase Hallmark party things from us. Reserve date BOCKS & CAKM r.RFETiNna readinos dflfl Taylor Ave. in Loch Raven Plaza Open 99; Sun. 9-2 Call ! 35-4225 MRS. IS A DORK ABRAMS 6977 Brookmill Road Is proud of the upholstering frxnerflv done by KEIT BROS., INC. Phone LO. -7000 Slipcovers upnoistery urapereis SF.LI, YOUR PROPERTY TO US FOR CASH. REMAIN AS TENANTS OR MOVE WHEN KeiADY. MUTUAL KL11. iUS-ias CASH FOR HOUSES . 6UN3ET REALTY 467-3777 Sa?e tMs list JR all around town o Fleet Bt bot. Conkllng St Eaton o Security Blvd. opp. Social Security o York Rd mile north Beltway oNorthwood Shopping Center o Mondftwmln Shopping Center O Ritchie Hwj'., south of Dept. of Motor Vehicles o Liberty Rd. near Old Court o North Point, Blvd., opp. East - S nlnt Shopping Center .Itchlc Hwy., Severna Park o 2 N. Howard St, MichaelsQn SUMMER I SALE ROW m RENAULT-10 FEATURING: o Ud to 32 miles ner eallon o Four wheel disc brakes o Luxurious bucket seats o 4 wheel indeDendent susuension HUGE TRADE-INS! Free Zi Hour Demonstration JOCHAELS0N ' - - MOTORS .."Md.'s Laraest Renault Dealer 5801 REISTERSTOWN ROAD - - 1IARUNDALE MALL 358-6800 Ooen Nites "til 10! ALE 40 U 80 0?? On Floor Samples All tale Cash and Final 6103 Oakleaf Ave. . . In Reu Of Our Main Store Levin Furniture Co. 4124 MENLO DRIVE 358-3030 PIKESV1LLE RANCHER SW.OOO-O.R. III Up lo 9 BR'.. 1't hatha, central air cond. Many featured. Donna Lacy. HAL SCHOOLNICK. RLTY. CO., Broker 3i-m or 44-.,S5J COME & SAVE! t M S0O0 BTO'S AIR CONDITIONER If ); riormsn n. Mitchell ,124a Harford Rd Isterstown . Savings & Loan Withdraw anytime without losing interest We pay you from day of deposit to the day you withdraw Interest NEW INTEREST PERIOD STARTING SWITCH YOUR MONEY NOW Any mount, no time limit. Get fi on S10.OU0 2-vcar certificates. 319 Main St. Rcistcrtovn Dally 9-3. fr'. to S-8M-2225 Be. Right Prevails at Baltimore's Premier nursing homes. The Edgewood Nursing Home and the new Per-rinjr Parkway take pride in conveying the right attitude in nursing home care. That includes a 24 hour vigil hy our staff of professional nurses who recognize the importance of a guest's stay whether it he short or long term. Plus a complete program of physical, occupational and recreational therapy also given to each guest, 6000 Bellona Ave. " 323-4223 NURSING HOME Perring Parkway k Oaklelsh Rd. . 661-5717 The name thai viaii Baltimore Famous For Its SEAFOOD IIS HASSLE 5318 Hllleft Road near Belvedere Ave. 7 ID. S-7555 9 BEST CRAB CAKES muerlal & Deviled Crabs ' Shrimn ' Raw, Steamed, Fried, Stutfed Homemade Salads Sandwiches Submarines Platters PUza Beer Wine Liouors CHURCHES, CLUES, ETC. Book Your Future Date) Nov) For Your Crab Cake Suppers FRESi. fruits,' 8tfli;fiaap.!ro!2 tie Ejcrffilng . Sew; TegslaKss, 3'iEsfelQS fragrant; EJats, cxt to yoEr speciBsatina; seafood, firipjpiEg irosa tie CSassapaaks Bay; -balks-l pois, rt'& warn. AM get personal . senicj wiSi a srails frca profssgiot-al Esrcteaats. Parle cosjvce-isffitly li tfes Market Gangs at 0 llgil Market Lexington St. between Eutaw & Greene in the heart of Downtown Mon., Tues.. Wed. 7:30 a.m. to 6 P.m. Trail's.. Fri., Sat. 7:30 a.m., 6:30 p.m. Park at Uie Market Garage CHESAPEAKE CADILLAC FlE4tl OF 'JDLY USB:AR SALE! "Excellent Selion" "Treraendous Savings" UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE Clesapeite ic Two Localions 242 W. 29th St.. 366-9010 2401 N. Charles St. 366-9013 - JLflJL0-0.0 0.0.9-3.0.0 g 0 fl fl i ia? Is diefcerday at Fern Pontlac Ignor the sticker, let's dicker! We'll try to work our low sales prices lower with your help! CITY CHEVROLET ONE STOP SERVICE TIRE DEPARTMENT BOM In by 9 Out by 5, (In most cases) Hownrd & 24th 243-38831 POLYFOAM RUBBER NAUGAHYDE Tilt Tft Vrtllr M?l Whlla Vmi Waff CONKL1NO KOAM CITY OR. 5-7126 MICIIELIN TIRES Tlolkln i Tiri. Sin i Hknnvvr SI 40.000 Miles Warranty SA. 7-4200 LCOEOiS Pi3K FSB SAVE TOES-SAVE MOXBI ma an always get A BETTER BEAL stakibfs Dowirrowii WHOLESALE SHOWROOM CPEN TO TEE PfELIC STANLEY'S DOWNTOWN WHOLESALE SHOWROOM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 408 N. Eutaw St. LE. 9-3955 Open Tonight 'Til 9 P.M. 2033 Eastern Ave. 327-0220 Open tonight until !i Mort people think wi Invented the Plirfie '"llie Customer Is Always Right." It's merely our wny ot build-in the biitgest retail meat business In Baltimore. We'd love to Damper you with the finest meals at the lowest prices. SIDES CHOICE BEEF ,69C lb. HIND QUARTERS CHOICE BEEF . . .?9clb. EYE ROAST . . ..$1.29 w. OF LEXINGTON STREET SA. 7-7050 OPEN DAiLY 6 to 6 NMk M1WSTZ INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO 307 REISTERSTOWN RD. PIKESVILLE 486-0040 MonDinfhur.:'T119 gOOOOOCOOQQOOOOOOB p q II To respect the memory of . PHILIP FINGLASS beloved Falher of MUDRED NOCHUMOWITZ TOT'S WEAR CO. . L Hrflkins Place rill be rinsed until ura.j.Iiin 2h SPARTAN POOLS W GROUND-WW-Vol 00 INC. FILren fiKIMMF.R KIDDIE TOWN A!A - 5411 REISTERSTOWN RD. 3M-340O HEARING AIDS Batteries & Repairs DONALD N. 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