Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 14, 1969 · Page 10
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M mvcmviu*. ··»·!·· 14. Trial Of 13 May Help Resolve Constitutional Question About Rights CHICAGO (AP) -- A verdict was expected today in the marathon trial of 13 persons arrested on disorderly conduct charges during the Democratic National Convention last August. The case may help resolve a basic constitutional question: When may police limit the exercise of rights, guaranteed by the First Amendment, to freedom of speech, assembly and dissent? The trial was held before Magistrate Arthur L. Dunne of Circuit Court. The penalty could range up to a fine of $500. TWO VIEWS During f i n a l arguments April 8. Cily Prosecutor Camillo Volini characterized the defendants as "highly idealistic personalities, quite naive, well-intentioned and self-righteous about how they were going to save oin.st itutional rights for every person in the country." Volini said the demonstration in w h i c h the defendants participated was disorderly and posed "n clear and imminent danger if substantive evil." adding that /'police arc permitted under tliosr delicate circumstances to impinge upon the First Amendment freedom of expression." A defense attorney. Thomas -P. Sullivan, asserted in his sum m a t i o n that the constitutional right of flisscnl was suspended in Chicago during the convention, t h a t the demonstration was · orderly and t h a t a police ban of rallies near the convention hall was "hurled into the teeth of the Constitution." DEFENDANTS The 1 defendants include eight from New York: Murray Kempton, a New York Post column i s t ; Cicnrgianna Cesloro: Rose Brooks: Franklin Miller, a lawyer: Dave Borden: Peter Weiss, n lawyer: Ihe Hcv. Richard N'eiihaus. pastor of St. John Evangelist Lutheran church in Brooklyn, and Mrs. Jane Buck- enholz. The nthers were Patricia Salt ' l i i s i a l l . f r e e l a n c e writer from W a s h i n g t o n and cousin of a for- mer U.S. senator, Levcrett Saltonstall of Massachusetts; An d r e w Robinson, now of East Cornwall, Ontario; Ellis Boal of Chicago: Ellen Miller of Cam bridge, Mass.: and Sema Lederman of Detroit. MARCH They joined a protest march of between 2,000 and 3,000 that moved south on Michigan Avenue on the night of Aug. 29. Neuhaus. 32, spelled out his motive: "To express anguish over what happened that week in Chicago, and to assert the right of Americans to walk on American streets." Police and National Guard troops stopped the procession at 18th Street, five miles from the convention hall, the International Amphitheatre. They said they feared violence if the demonstrators kept going toward the amphitheatre. The marchers were told they would be arrested if they proceeded. Those who did were taken into custody. North Pole Ski Trip Canceled LONDON (AP) -- A British expedition failed in its attempt to ski 470 miles to the North Pole after spending 51 days on the polar ice cap. The party was picked up Sunday by a plane at Ward Hunt Island, in northwest Canada. The Daily Telegraph, which sponsored the expedition, said Dr. Hugh Simpson, his 35-year- old wife Myrtle, mother of four children, and Ronald Tuft, a schoolteachers, decided to return to their base camp after their radio generator broke down. They set out from Ward Hunt island Feb. 21 with 600 pounds of equipment in temperatures that ranged down to 58 below zero. They had covered 90 miles before their return. hte Siys Jipn's Claim To bind fat Be Settled TOKYO (API -- Prime Minis ter Eisaku Sato said today Japan's claim to Okinawa must be settled if his counry and the United States want to work as true partners for world peace. "There is a national consensus in Japan which calls for the early return of Okinawa and this desire is exceedingly strong," Sato told the America- Japan Society at a luncheon. "The longer the delay in ar riving at a solution to the Okinawa question, the greater will be the difficulties that face our countries in the political field." It was the prime minister's strongest speech on the Okinawa issue. Sato will visit Washington around November to confer with President Nixon and push for the return of Okinawa and the other Ryukyus Islands that have been administered by the United States since World War II. Okinawa now serves as a strategic anchor for U.S. defenses in Asia. McClellan Leaning Toward IBM System LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Sen. John L. McClellan, D-Ark.. said Saturday that he was leaning toward the deployment of the anti-ballistic missile system. "I am going to ask a number of questions about the ABM before I vote on it." he said. "I reject some of the arguments on both sides." The senator said iiis primary concern was whether the ABM would perform the duties required of it. Chemical Structure Of Germ Fighting Antibody Isolated ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (Al) -- Scientists have found a clue to the mystery of hov you stay alive and healthy despite attacks by billions of germs and viruses. Their a c h i e v e m e n t , a n - nounced today, might help in building better defenses against diseases. And it might also as- Second Wreck Proves Fata! PHEN'IX CITY, Ala. (AP) -The autos of two men collided again Sunday on the same highway, on the same day of the week and 15 months after their first accident. This time one of them was killed. Authorities said Francis H. Patterson, 05. of Scale, Ala., died six hours after his car collided head-on with a car driven by Sammy Brown Jr.. 28. of Phenix City. The two men, who apparently did not know each other, first collided on a Sunday morning in December 1967. oh the same road four miles south of the site of the second collision. Neither man was injured that time, pn lice said. River Stages LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- River Stages Flood HI. Chge. Arkansas Muskogec 35 ·' 22 23 47 10.5 15.fi 10.9 33.4 1.0 0.7 0.1 0.3 Van Buren Little Rock Pine Bluff White Batesville 23 16.1 Newport 2i 23.1 Clarendon 26 27.0 Ouachita Arkadelphia 17 5.8 Camdcn 26 13.4 Buffalo at Gilbert 5.6. down O.I. Mississippi at Greenville 311.1. up 1.4. Randolph Day NEW YORK (AP) - Tuesday will be A. Philip Randolph Day in New York Slate, by proclamation of Gov. Nelson "A. Rockefeller. Randolph. 80 years old Tuesday, has been active in civil rights campaigns for many years and founded the Brother hood of Sleeping Car Porters. He serves on the Executive Committee of the AFL-CIO. 5ist in combating nature's law that your body should reject a borrowed heart, kidney or other organ. Scientists of the Rockefeller University in New York City have spelled out, for the first time, the complete chemical structure of an antibody. PROTEIN MOLECULES Antibodies are protein molecules that destroy or eliminate anything foreign to you as an individual--whether it be bacteria, a virus like the one which causes Hong Kong flu, or even a transplanted heart that you desperately need. Any such foreign substance is known as an antigen. The antibody formed against it is thus a key chemical in immunity, nature's defensive mechanism. And, it turns out, an antibody plays a double function. Part of it recognizes the foreign "something 1 or antigen in the dark interior of the living body when they touch. Once it locks in on the antigen, the rest of the antibody acts as a policeman to neutralize the invader. EXACT STRUCTURE The feat of determining the exact chemical structure of an antibody was reported by Prof. Gerald M. Edelman at onening sessions of the FederatTbn of American Societies for Experimental Biology. "We believe that we are now closer to a satisfacotry explana tion of the chemical and genetic bases for the immunity process." he said. Or. haw chemically aaaryitd pur* Mtibtdy or tanmtttwflobu .j;H»*ltU IB · pitta* wtth a tumor known M myeloma. Dr. Kdelman's coUaoonton included Dr. Bruce A. Cunningham. Dr. Myron J. W«xd«l. W. tuner can. p«ui D. Ur» Rutwhauier. *nd Dr. W«- !Um H. Koniftberf. iww *t Yale University. EXPLAINS THE PLAN THAT FILLS THE GAPS LEFT BY MEDICARE ENROLLMENT Closes April 30 This book--which we will send you FREE--tic s c r i b e s how Medi-Pak Avorks with Medicare to give comprehensive health expense prelection for people G5 and older. No physical exit mina lions required. No waiting periods. Pre-existing conditions are covered on the effective date of membership. Mail coupon below for FREE INFORMATION. MEDI-PAK ARKANSAS BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD, INC. LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS 72203 Rush me free information about MEDI-PAK membership to become effective on June 1, 1969. NAME AftF ADDRESS , -CITY COUNTY , ARK. Coming April 25 The Times 12th Annual "COOK BOOK" TABLOID EDITION CONTAINING HUNDREDS OF RECIPES Submitted by Northwest Arkansas Residents ORDER ADDITIONAL COPIES NOW ONLY 50 Per Copy Mailed Anywhere in U.S.A. To Reserve Extra Cepiet, UM Coupon Below: NORTIIWKST AHKAXSAS TIMES P. O. BOX "I" KAYFTTKVII.u;. AUK. 73701 Yrs, plea.st; reserve Enclosed is $ topics of vonr !%! Cook Book Section for me. ( ) 1 will piek them up at your «fflce. ( 1 I'lcase mall to: NAME ADDRESS. CITY STATE ZIP CODE (If Adrtilionnl .Spare Is Needed For Names. Use Separate Sheet of Paper) Sears Our Decorator Will Be In Fayetteville Mon.-Tues.-Wed., April 14,15,16 SAVE '1 Yard on CUSTOM DRAPERY FABRIC 3 Days Only Free Lining with Custom "Metropolitan" Fabric Arkansas Our Regular $3.00 Yard Fabric Plus Regular $1.00 Yd. Lining Both for $ 3 Yd. Sears "Metropolitan" is an antique satin fabric of viscose rayon and acetate that hat the look of textured silk. Thirty Regal looking colon that ar* sun and fade rcsiitant Cotton "Sateen" lining included at no extra charge. Reg. $3 yard "Metropolitan" Drapery Fabric with Reg. $1.50 yard Estron Acetate "Royalt" lining. Bold for $3.50 yd. For Appointment Phone 442-8271 Your Local Scars Store Free Estimates NO MONEY DOWN After 5:00 P.M. Call 443-4323 SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money lack Sears Sybil Wofford, Decorator Consultant, will be in Fayetteville April 14th, 15th and 16th to help you with your decorating needs. Phone Sears today to set custom fabrics in your home. Our Decorator Consultant will bring samples to you, leave you an estimate on the complete j o b . . . all without cost or obligation. nA«S,MUVCKANDa. Phont 442*8271 for Appointment

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