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Tuesday, October 27, 1970 Lift tmUtlgS (SaZfttg AAoming EdiHon On Ceiling Spending Dateline verywnere Pipe Rejected Anti-Hippie Laws If all this works out according to the administration's planning, the 1972 deficit would go no higher than $5 billion. But officials acknowledge many imponderables exist. First, there is the size of the deficit in the current budget. Earlier the administration put the deficit at $1.3 billion but now it's expected to go well beyond that figure. Also bearing on the outcome is what Congress will do with several revenue-raising prospos-als by Nixon.

Heroin Seized PARIS (UPD-The French government said Monday police have seized an officially estimated 18.5 million worth of pure heroin destined for the United States in the biggest such haul ever made by French narcotics agents. WASHINGTON (AP) A multimillion-dollar pipeline project to bring Canadian natural gas into the Northern Plains states was rejected Monday by the Federal Power Commission's presiding examiner Howell Purdue. The ceiling is being applied for the first time under what Nixon's fiscal planners call a full-employment budget. It is a technique of fixing expenditure levels for the entire year at the level of revenues that could be expected if the nation were at full production. After a slowdown that began a year ago, Nixon's economic advisers see a gradual expansion of the economy, resulting in projected full employment sometime in calendar year 1972.

Barring passage of major new taxes, a deficit thus would be built into the fiscal 1972 budget, now in preparation for submission to Congress in mid-January. The next fiscal year starts July 1. For several months the administration's spending level would be running higher than the expected tax collections until full production is reached. Ray Arrested More Unemployed Does your WASHINGTON (AP) Gambling that its policies will lead to economic recovery the Nixon administration has decided to place a $225-billion ceiling on federal spending for the 1972 fiscal year. The spending lid could result in a sizable federal deficit-some say as high as $15 billion to $20 billion if the administration's long-range strategy for reducing unemployment fails to work out.

If it does, the deficit is projected to be much lower. Guilt Admitted RAVENNA, Ohio (AP) A state prosecutor and a Kent State University professor pleaded guilty Monday to contempt of court charges in connection with newspaper interviews about May disturbances at Kent State and the subsequent grand jury investigation. Seabury H. Ford, 68-year-old attorney serving as one of three state prosecutors in the grand jury probe, said he had been misquoted but admitted he violated a court order by granting an interview to a newsman. Both Ford and geology professor Glen Frank, who had testified before the jury, were released on $500 bond each.

ST. CHARLES, Mo. (UPD-John Larry Ray, identified as the brother of James Earl Ray, convicted slayer of Dr. Martin Luther King, was arrested Monday and charged with bank robbery. Draft Policy WASHINGTON (AP) Draft begin and end each niqht with TV on the rocks? NANTUCKET, Mass.

(LTD Residents of this resort island will vote at a special town meeting Nov. 5 on three articles aimed at ridding Nantucket of hippies. One article would make it illegal for more than five unrelated persons to live in a house without being licensed. Another would ban the erection of tents or similar shelters between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m.

without permission from the owner of the land, plus approval of sanitation facilities. The third would ban hitchhiking. About 50 of the 200 hippies on Nantucket have registered to vote this year. Fire Quenched COWES, England (UPI)-A raging fire aboard the stranded tanker Pacific Glory was quenched Sunday while the Navy pondered means of refloating the ship without spilling thousands of gallons of crude oil into the English Channel. Research Asked ROLLINSVILLE, Colo.

(UPI) Congressman Don Brotzman, Saturday called for a million-dollar research effort to develop technology which would halt terrorist bombings and the costly disruption of bomb threats. Poor Lassie NEW YORK (AP) Sen. Charles E. Goodell's public apology for locally preempting the Sunday evening television program "Lassie" with a paid political appearance "sums up" the unfairness of the present system of TV campaigning, Federal Communications Commissioner Nichalas Johnson said Monday. Security Bank's TV Guide, Oct.

27 KOOK-TV, Ch. 2- 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 1:00 CBS Morning News 1:30 Beverly Hillbillies Jackie's Journal :30 Love ol Life 10:00 Where The Heart Is 10:25 CBS News 10:30 Sen. for Tomorrow 11:00 Family Affair 11:30 As The World Turns 12:00 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 12:30 Mid-Day Report 1:00 Secret Storm 1:30 Edgeof Night 2:00 GomerPyle 2:30 Mike Douglas Show 4:00 The Lucy Show 4:30 CronkiteNews 5:00 3 Star Final News 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6:00 Green Acres 6:30 Don Knotts Show 7:30 Family Affair 1:00 NBC Tuesday Movie: Elvis Presley Shelley Fabares 10:00 4 Star Final News 10:40 Merv Griffin Show NEW BEDFORD, Mass. (UPI) New Bedford's unemployment level for September rose to 9.1 per cent, making the city second or third in the nation in jobless rates, it was announced Monday. William Lapre, Director of the State' Unemployment Security Division Office, said 5,700 of the city's 58,700 workers claimed unemployment compensation last month.

The unemployment rate is 5.7 per cent for Massachusetts, the state's highest total in 12 years. Gas Ship Found WASHINGTON (UPI)" -The Pentagon said Monday that the hulk of an old ship sunk in the Atlantic with a load of 135,000 pounds of nerve gas had been located and that there was no evidence of any contamination. A spokesman said the old Liberty ship, the Lebarron Russell Briggs, was photographed at its resting place east of Cape Kennedy, by an oceano-graphic vessel, the Mizar. Trade Surplus WASHINGTON (UPI) -The Commerce Department reported Monday that the United States achieved a trade surplus of $194.1 million in September the 20th month in which the nation's exports exceeded the value of imports. But the department said the surplus was the lowest total since March's figure of $165.4 million.

1s Scrpf Pays Off Game Bateson, 22, a student of cinema at the University of Southern California, checks the script he wrote for the film, "The Traveling Executioner," which has turned into a $1.8 million MGM film. He wrote the script as a class assignment for school. So far, it's paid him $55,000, with more to come if it's a hit. Photofax. Federal Cars Ordered To Get the Lead Out Director Curtis W.

Tarr established a policy Monday permitting men to drop certain deferments at will. The policy means a man with a student, occupational fatherhood or hardship deferment can abandon it whenever it is to his advantage, without awaiting the end of the condition under which it was granted. Romanian Visits WASHINGTON (UPI) -Pres- ident Nixon told Romanian President Nicolae Ceausescu I Monday he was seeking closer relations, including increased trade, with Communist Roma-: nia. Welcoming Ceausescu at the White Nixon declared they could work together for peace and prosperity despite the ideological differences between their governments. May Lose Medal SAIGON (AP) U.S.

Army authorities here are moving to withdraw the Silver Star award-) ed Brig. Gen. Eugene P. Forrester for valor in combat, a source in a position to know said Monday. Investigation showed that the medal was given Forrester on the basis of a citation fabricated by enlisted men under orders.

12:10 Weather News If it does-we have a better pro gram! Dancing! Meeting people! An excitement calendar that's 52 weeks long. Get out from behind the tube. Step out. In front! Project your own positive image! MAX CONOVER We'll help you put it all together SECURITY Join us for weekend dances, after 5 get acquainted mixers, TIHMT MVIN4M BANK MLLWttS. MONTANA DEMOCRAT for STATE Representative vacation dance-aways, dance competitions! Fox trot, Latin, Discotheque spoken here! Make an appointment today! companies' high-test gas to avoid pinging or pre-ignition of the gasoline in the car's cylinders.

Scientists say the addition of lead not only results in heavy concentrations of lead particulate matter being deposited in the air, but also rules out use of catalysts on auto exhaust to lessen emission of noxious gases. The federal government currently spends about $37 million for about 500 million gallons of gasoline annually. He will oppose higher property taxes. Pol. Adv.

pd. by Max Conover for Repre scrrtative Club, Michael Kennedy, Billings INTRODUCTORY OFFER 5 Lessons, $1 A Only I Limited to new students. WASHINGTON (UPI) -Under orders issued Monday by President Nixon, more than half of the federal government's 600,000 cars and trucks will go immediately to unleaded or low lead gasoline as part of the administration's antipollution campaign. Nixon, who announced the action in a statement, also sent letters to all governors urging them to "make a major contribution to the cleaning up of the air" by taking similar steps wherever possible for state-owned vehicles. The President said his decree was intended to cut pollution and build up the market for gasoline without lead or with low lead content so that such fuels would be more available to the public.

But the new orders do not apply to about 46 per cent of federally-owned vehicles which like the presidential limousine are high-powered and need high octane gas. Lead is added to most RADICALS SHOULD 3t it it )C gTl KULR-TV, Ch. 8- 6:55 Weather RFD 7:00 The Today Show 7:25 Paul Harvey "Comments" 7:30 The Today Show ABC Cartoons 8:30 Concentration 9:00 Sale of the Century 9:30 Hollywood Squares 10:00 Jeopardy 10:30 A World Apart 11:00 All My Children 11:30 Let's Make A Deal 12:00 Newlywed Game 12:30 Report at 12; 30 1:00 General Hospital 1:30 One Life to Live 2:00 Another World: Somerset 2:30 Bewitched 3:00 Dating Gams 3:30 Dark Shadows 4:00 ABC Cartoons 4:30 Report at 4:30 5:00 NBC Nightly News 5:30 The Partridge Family 6:00 RedSkelton 6:30 6:30 Mod Squad USE THESE GREAT 4-LETTER WORDS Two 4-letter words that the trouble makers are not using much, but which could help a lot, are "HARD WORK." Today's top television shows as previewed and selected by TV KEY'S staff of experts. Schedules may be changed by stations without notice. THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY Shirley Jones stops being a mother and pop singer long enough to become interested in a man, and the kids do everything to break it up.

Ch. 8, 5:30 p.m. DON KNOTTS SHOW For contrast, Don books towering Chuck Conner along with whole- PHONE NOW 252-3469 ArtlmrO? FRANCHISED DANCE STUDIO 11416 No. 29th St. Billings TONIGHT! The National Folk Ballet of Korea at the FOX THEATRE 8:15 p.m.

7:30 Movie of the Week: "The House That Wouldn't Die' Barbara Stanwyck, Richard R.J.STUDER AND SONS Egan 9:00 Marcus Welby, M.D. 10:00 Report at 10 10; 30 The Young Rebels 11:30 The Dick Cavett Show Member F.D.I C. Admission by membership only. 1 some Roy Rogers and Dale Evans his guests. Ch.

2, 6:30 p.m. MOVIE OF THE WEEK "The House That Wouldn't Die," (1970). This is a haunted house tale dished up for Halloween, and though it may not prove scary, it will hold your interest. Upon inheriting a New England House, Barbara Stanwyck watches niece (Katherine Winn) and neighbor (Richard Egan) being possessed by its former inhabitants. Ch.

8, 7:30 p.m. MARCUS WELBY, M.D. An anxious, determined mother and her retarded child pull emotional strings when the child refuses to feed herself and the mother has a serious ulcer attack. Ch. 8, 9 p.m.

THE YOUNG REBELS Suspense ful hour the kids should relish. Jeremy and his Yankee Doodle Society are entrusted with a very important mission involving a dispatch to none other than General George Washington. Ch. 8, 10:30 p.m. BUILD A BETTER MONTANA ON A FOUNDATION OF SATISFIES? JAMES B.

STONE, THAT IS The best promise you can get from two of the candidates for sheriff is more of the same. Our community needs and DEMANDS better law enforcement. Law enforcement cannot be better than the people want it to be. If you are not satisfied with 6, vote for JOHN BEVEN THE 1969 RECORD of Sheriff Roy Stewart and His Chief Investigator Jim Meeks SHOWS ti. hr Tl.

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1969 7 o) 6) Ape Lb JOHN BEVEN Republican for nen nouroon is tins smootn, ItOtft ttv r.rtV03T AraW- Phased ccvA UL -1068 Vwttvev-' A its Ancient. Itotft Mi Lru IS unI Lr P0" ttve p0tr3iw cVi arc ate cas cts- EXPERIENCED 22 Years of local law enforcement ABLE To administer, to direct, to work! RESOURCEFUL To make the very most of abilities, and ijtn THEIR RECORD AS REPORTED TO THE FBI. VOTE BEVEN FOR A WELCOME CHANGE Paid Pol. Adv. by Yellowstone County Republican Central Committee, Beven for Sheriff Club, George Carlson, Billings.


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