The Bridgeport Telegram from Bridgeport, Connecticut on January 21, 1971 · Page 2
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THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1971 Earn u College Degree at Night At One of UB*s 6 Colleges Roefster by Mall UniVEBSITV of BRIDGEPORT — Classes Start February 10 . 80 Subject Areas 700 Course Offerings 6 Fully Accredited Colleges Study on a Part-Time Basis Attend Classes in the Evenings For a Schedule of Classes Which Includes Registration Information Write: Director, Evening Division £ A\ Ky UNIVERSITY of BRIDGEPORT ?»MJ..„,q Bridgeport, Conn. 06602 %DG^ Or Call: (203) 384-071 1 Ext. 248 FBI Apprehends October Eseaper . NEW HAVEN (AT') - 'Roger Joseph Brown, who escaped Oct. 5 from custody while being transported from the Walpole (Mass.) Penitentiary . to Hartford., for a court appearance, was'take'n into custody Wednesday !n Berlin, N.H., the Federal Bureau ,'dY.'-' Investigation ; lieui repented. . " '." ' i Escaping at the!- same time was Gustavous Lee jCsrrnicheel ,' 23, of Boston who/. is = still at; loiofio. ■"■ . Botlrhad pleaded ^guilty last July 20 in U.S. District. Court in Hartford to the' Nov* 7, ■ 196S. robbery of-the : west branch. of Hie Hartford ' National Bank S-Trust Co, in Manchester.'. Brown is also under federal indictment for perjury, and' both he rinr! Cai michael 'have been Indicted' by a federal; grand jury in- Hartford. -: on 'charges of escape from f edefal custody, as-sauit on a federal officer and theft of government property, ■The hvo. prisoneTs escaped by overpowering ■ their", guards oh . a highway in Windsor, handcuffing them and a third prisoner to a tree and speeding away, in the 1959 car in . which they were being -transported, Brown and Carmlchael ialsb /allegedly . stole a .38-calihcf revolver from of the guavda. The guards' i third prisoner - were' found shortotime later by a tobacco larnier who heard their call, for. help. : Police : found.1 'the ' ca abandoned in Hartford. The FBf said the Berlin, N.H, police helped in apprehending Hrnwn,: 34, of Lewiston, Maine, Further details on the arrest were not -immediately available. New York Spotlight On Local leopard A-five-month-bld Asian leopard named Buffy, on loan from the Beardsley P.uk mo to tlie.Bronx lob, was shown to members of the New' York Zoological society at .the ■ group's :75th annual meeting Tuesday night in Philharmonic hall," Lincoln' Center, New York city. ': Buffy. was hand-raised by . Robert McLaughlin, the Beardsley zoo's director.-. The .New,. York-. society's achievements in research and conservation in , the United States, Asia and Africa ' and the society's History since its founding in :1B96 were, traced at the New York meeting. Douglas Blasts Courtroom 'Vulgarity' WASHINGTON (AF)' — Justice. William . O. Dir.ici-- spoke out sharply Wednesday against [ defendants; ■_ who , bring ' street! brawl tautics to the courtroom and vilify trial judges. Douglas, who is regarded as the . Supreme Court's 'most liberal member, said it. is basic to the . Western'- tradition that a ourtrao u 'be a . 1" lowed plate r quie 'i a fat rm» *t e thC'Sll-ect.:' ''"bi";;. ' .'V The us f i dennr ted ti J t room "vulgarity" as' he- delivered a .unanimous opinion for the Suprftme Court that-'con^ demncd a defendant's personal attaclc .on a Pennsylvania; trial judge. ; ■The. defendant, Richard :\ A. MayberiT, on. trial before Judge Albert A. Fiok in Allegheny County Criminal Court in JEWS for 'a- prison', break, ' cslledjothe judge "a dirty sonofabitch" ind a "tyrannical old dog.","Laymen, foolishly trying to defend themselves, may understandably create awkward and embarrassing scenes," Douglas said. But, be went on. "we have hern dnwuriftb' Insults of a trial judge, 'and' tactics taken from: street brawls. and transported (olPennsylv the courtroom!" Ibecomes The justice' said Judge Hot, whose' "exemplary patience;! was saluleti -by. Chief Justice Warren Is. Burger in a concurring opinion, would have been correct If he had 'punished May-herrv for rontetnpt during the trial. . .- - "A'^idfie'c-annbV be'd riyen;;buV of a case," Douglas said. ■ ...... However, • since. Judge Pick waited until ..the - trial was over to -charge! Maybrrry with oon: tempt, Douglas s'Kid; the 'judge should have stepped aside so a colleague not "reviled by the e i ot ' could sit in judgment on toe contempt issue The ruling struck clown May-befxyls icohrempt^conytction and his* II- -to 22-year-p'tisciri sentence. But i it . was -.'-ambiguous about the rights -ot 1 defendants and the course to" be followed by judges who slapi-therni'doYvn for COOternjit.-. ;. ; yj-bi =Vo, ■ . On the one.hand, DdUglfls said Judge' Fiok," as -:thei; target of Mayberry's linsnlehcv, ; was not likely "to maintain that calm detachment "necessary, for fair adjudication."' -. "; -o" ■ . trio. . "A judge, vilified «sny».< this judge," necessarily roiled iii a • run ning, . bitter controversy. The. contempt should I have been ruled oh-bv'.' another, judge not . bearing the; sting of these slanderous remarks and -having the impersonal authority of the Douglas said ie-_ other oharidv-rjougles,. said, "instant UeatiTteiit ol ton- tempt . .",;may be-the only wise course. "By noiatng . wuyuvu < in contemjit during the dial ur| excluding rihim irom me courtroom .lis soon as ne insuit-crj the judge, : Douglas said. would have been in orner aa a means of "insulating bis vulgarity from the courtroom."; v ."r.en'ArariraUKns . arc - difficult" the justice said in leaving this issue somewhat -.unsettled. The ruling did not disturb Mayberry's net pi on break and holdiiig-ihostagcu. STOCKHOLM Nov. 1 -Mirth 31, 1970-71 Borhum Travel Bureau ni W.lltlJ ,\i«„ -But. 367-5331 ".. Sausage, Squash and Stuffing Bake :J : ■ ■ '•'---.- IIS, Petti. 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