Note: This clipping was created from a page that has been replaced with a better quality image.
Clipped From The Independent-Record
R«erd, Friday, Jury 17, 1970 World Park Co. Sheriff Ready to Get Suspects to Leave War Beat In' fact, the AP for some Urno had 'urged them to forsake the dangers, of war coverage after years of exposure. • '! ' "1 used to flunk I would, stay Utitil Uie end,11 Amctt said. "But. wjw I feel the war is going to go on Indefinitely. I don't see H ending in the nest decade." ■ ■ Both Anielt and Faas have won Pulitzer Prizes and other awards for outstanding work since 1062 in telling the story of the war. - Peter Amctt deans of Uie corps -in Saigon,' the Associated to take up new the hews organ; decided that, eight uie . vfpi w«= Arhett explained, a hard-liDiled reporting. But now slaughter hi Vietnam me down." ton! said Thursday ho wilt travclRounduD social worker Ja to California "as soon as pos-Michaet Sehlosscr. Education Bill May Face Veto General to Defend Vote Act (AP).'-| "fully and! congressional voting age to John n. Mitchell . government's iaet "in accord with the congres sional mandate and the obligations of this department." This was in answer to (1) a suit filed' against Mitchell by five New York residents ' .WASHINGTON ' (API - A compromise' $4.4 billion education' appropriation bill mav face a -presidential veto if it reaches uie Willie House as it left. the House. There were hints President Nixon would veto the bill be cause of additions that have raised it 5435 million above what he had requested. Rep. Robert H. Michel. R-Ill.. a member of the House Airaronrl- atiohs Committee, . expressed "some grave misgivings" about! the mil's fate at Uie White House. The 'measure is due for Senate consideration first. The Senate jprevipusly had added $800 mil. 'LIVINGSTON (AP) -r Pafksible" to return to Montana two. The two men— llarrv Allen County Sheriff . Donald P. Guln-men charged. in the slaying ©t Stroup, 20, and Stanley Dean ilion to the President's initial re quest. The House voted Uie measure through Thursday 357 to 30 after cutting In half a Senate-added emergency desegregation fund of i-150 million. The money would go to aid school districts implementing desegregation plans. Hurricanes are virtually non existent in the South Atlantic Ocean, meteorologists say, probably because the compara tively cold water oi this region inhibits formation ot the big storms. Baker, 23, both of Sheridan, Wyo.,— waived extradition from' California and will return voluntarily, to face trial on first degree murder charaes. Stroup and ' Baker, were ar rested .hi California this week after a minor traffic accident. It was discovered (hat . Ihey were driving s car registered to scniosser, , and the murder charges developed. Sclilosser's -body was found in the YellQwslone River north of Gardiner, last Saturday, missing !fhe head, heart, arms, and legs heJow the knees. Also Thursday, a Great Falls woman , revealed' tliat she and her husband and two childr had spent.a considerable amount of time with Baker and Sfi-fuip on the day before the slaying. Mrs. . Richard Scott said that the Scott family had picked up Baker ar.d 'Stroup, who were ihltchhikina. and carried (horn irom Neinart in. uascaae wiumy to White Sulphur. Springs.. Mrs! Scott said the two sus pects shared a picnic lunch with her family and fished with them' while conversing on a numuer oi subjects, including drugs. "We are all pretty shakeh'Up right now," said Mrs. Scot!, upon discovering that Baker and Stroup had been charged with tne bizarre slaying. i- 'She said she. and hei» husband had been, in the habit of picking up hitctiiukers, mil that I don't lllinK we will any morp. r" i . JOSEPH E. REBER Attorney and . Counselor ol Low HAS MOVED HIS LAW OFFICES lo 801 North' Main Si. Phone 442-51 00 | ft SHOPPING CENTER Delightfully Air-Conditioned CrAZBE DAZE!