The Times from San Mateo, California on April 30, 1970 · Page 5
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Ochs Concert InBerkeley - The Phil i Ochs concert (presented by Doug Weslon) on Saturday, at a:30pjn. istth'e Berkeley Community Theater. An American, songwriter - and a; pouucauy oriented; kwk - tock singer Phil Ochs has emerged as one' ol the most anguished observers of contemporary so ciety : In all of music today. Er 1 ' lj'tjCotv" - Tm 'B Treatment Plan For Young Drug.Uers Termed A Flop SACRAMENTO :(UPI)? - - A state - Vlaw - authorizing medical - treatment forj young drug: users - "bn ,a 'ntjuestlohs - asked - basis ' has flopped,. Gov. Ronald Reagan's, top .adviseron narcotics disclosed today. It" 'just - isn't 'w6fcnB,',., reported Arthur Suddjlan, coor dinator of the state unice ol Narcotics'? and Drug v Abuse Coordlnaliono Under the law which, took effect last Nov. 10, youngsters! can be committed to a hospital for drug treatment by their! parents without fear of arrest MOTHER'S l - 01 BiB - electric All Models. . 'on'sble ! ' 124 50 jlK It tWatttr lybcofd, juit i .:! tWctria, (i. automatic I ':iMri p"nol touch tU(W, pug - gcuft, tpf Mt odjintmnVqirik r lilbl margin and many other flo alum! - (kj Reg. f 50 NO TRADE - IN NEEDED;' BUT TIME IS LIMITED!!! '' THE BIG TYPEWRITER CENTER - SAN MATEO 1 1 1E. FOURTH AVE. 344 - 8877 police record. They also can commit.' themselves volun tarily. , ", tHosnltal administrators in Los Angeles and San Francisco warned last year they were not; prepared to handle the expected inimr or drug anuscrs seating help. . - . appointed to the newly ; created'' , position In February by - Reagan, said the dangerous drug and narcotics! crisis nas reaenca "gigantic proportions - in. California.; : The establishment 'isn't or ganized enough to handle this epidemic," he said in a interview. "'The , hospitals don have the".' staff , and the facilities. He said. part: of, the problem that ; hospitals "almost have to lock i them (drug useu) in This means not only construc tion of special roams but creation of a climate the user would consider hostile. It seemed like it was going; be the answer, said of the law, hailed last year by. .supporters as a . truly effective means drug abuse as a medical problem, not police problem. . "It - just.. - Isn't'.' working and we're trying to find ways of getting this program going," he They're - looking for help and there is no : place to He said he is turning to local community service groups for aid along with' independent self - help drug rehabilitation organi sations. " ' tin a related development citizens advisory committee on drug - abuse s Wednesday proposed formation of a "national truth squad" to combat narcotic propaganda over - radio and television. The committee, which reports the state Board ot - Educa - in, tentatively recommended that, the antidrug truth squad would be organized at both the state and national levels. The committee will take final action on the recommendations May 13. Max Rafferty, state superin tendent of public Instruction, acted as committee spokesman. He told newsmen the squad would demand "equal time on television when someone like Margaret . Mead pushes' drug AIRSOltCES, Thailand Airman Fjfitl Class Gregory Solitaries, - sonbT Mr. and Mri Francis'C. Marks of 424 Manor - Drive, Pacifica; is on duty at Takhll Royal Thai AFB, Thailand. '.; .Airman - Marks' Is a weapons mechanic with the 355th Muni tions Maintenance Squadron, s unit of the Pacific Air Forces. headquarters for air operations in Southeast Asia, the Far East and the Pacific area. The airman, who previously served at McConnell AFB, Kan.. is a 1967 graduate of Oceana High School. Not included on the. list read by Rafferty was a surccj by Hardin B. Jones, a professor. of physiology and medical physics at the University of California, lhat drug "contaminated students" be sent to separate schools.. . Janes, a committee member, said such youngsters would ; be told, "If you are contaminated, you go to school B." Describing himself - 'as J'ric militarist," Jones said ;nation - ; wide drug propagandists promoting narcotics use, adding, "If I were running this country, I'd look those people up and if I couldn't, I'd shoot them.v He did not identify any by name but said drug use. by the young is the "largest . single problem this country has ever i faced and. this country is hot facing up to the necessity of dealing effectively with it.' Falls Asleep; Lands Back InRCJaii Lcavora Brent.", released $6250' bail last week after bclng: arrested , on narcotics charges following a mass Indictment by the County Grand Jury, was. ar rested yesterday alter a stier - Iffs deputy . discovered him asleep in a car which had been Durgianzea. Brent, 28, of 334 Newbridge Avenue. East Palo Alto, fell asleepvonthe.Job at:an apartment - : building at 1920;Cooley Avenue..",':.. . "'" According to Deputy .Sheriff Rick Schrier, the owner of a car there called the sheriff's office about 7:40 a jn. to report his car had been burglarized..: .While . he was at the scene, Schrier said, someone told him there was a man asleep in a car owned by .another. occupant of lite building. Robert a. i - ire ; hooK, 23, a Htaiuoro siuuem. ,i : The deputy repened.: utaf ne found.Brentdead to the world in the vehicle. In an eye - glass case found; on - Brent were 47 "reds" (Seconal pills); Schrier said. It may ihavebeen the pills which caused - Brent to" fall asleep, in vestigators surmised. Brent s own car, iouna pansec nearby.'.'; contained two seats from - another vehicle, a tire and wheel, a camera, a car jack, lights, a tool kit, heater hoses and a distributor can. all report' ed takeriifrom vehicles parked at the apartment Brent - was fbooked at county lall 'on charges of burglary, ma llciotls' - mischief and possession of dangerous drugs. ThuridayApril3b;' - 197QV - - fflmttf - Son '. GUIDES The United States Capitol's professional guide system stems Indirectly from the Philadelphia Centennial - . Exposition of 1876. Near - chaos . occurred , when hordes of. sightseers moved on to. wasmngton irom me txposi - (ion, prompting Congress to ap point guioes to organize ute crowds while describing the Capitol's wonders. 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