The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on June 30, 1976 · Page 13
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• Korea ROW tO Visit Garrison plan is HAWTHORNE. Mil. ,AP, ' Veneris, wK, now lives In United States WPPOrted QTTer PISK r , \ r r f Wwris never Chij ». m «<xw of a American All the other Americans but r WJNN , lraG (AP) - Sen. LA GRANDE Or* r API i lost faith that her son, James, a prisoners of war who stayed OM toward G Adams have p w 8e McGovern of South Da- idaHav^n^ »« 1 iL~ ^ prisoner c war who chose to with U.e Communists after tt« murnd tome' stethe K> ^ ^ M»™iay rjght he is w IS S Sf bSlofl n^ , remain with his Communist war. He asked to return to the reaTwar AdLs also to ita favor of ™tom* the Garri- ^ijif^u'^^ L" 0apl M SafI ^" wKl>fea ' lffar ' ""««ISwie S foravisitandwill Ctoa " ""* m ^ B*«rsk» project, despite rived to to toetom w^" £ would someday return to see be issued a passport. Stale Mrs Veneris 78 last saw her to gr«n*rfc between theCa- aTJf^iU^TL T^ * allowed to visit his native an American citizen and needs J^esSi has every right to make known New Vo^ste^^E " country. only a passport to return to the ™SneSys had this faith l^&^irT Wto^TSS AeTS M that he would come back and ± e ^'° hTS 8 ^ ceived m this towTof some 10^ * Santa AAaria hn* £&%£&&& fer-^ V^^^ i; ouma /vvana nas ^^^^ J^^^ »^r,» „ 1 | ISM, Mrs. Veneris still lives in K S nrotet suA « l»™. FamiUes stood on U* & many problems 'SLCr: • ffiBRMw SM»* f ™T ! forOperationSattlnKewYork. Off Charleston, S.C., it lost FriK™« to ™6« persons at a u£a- «"»me, but she added, "I was w ssrc^i KM-ffsastts Sb^IS fosstfs^ 1 * + Sr^tf" S^ffiW^^S ^^^"^ *T *Gag Tnc memento of an earlier waMotowTcik °* ^^MT^" * 1(3X65 b > American event - Columbus' Then Sere b the crew n» She said tha her brother was 1 UA.C3 «..^4«^r. "» discovery of America - has dowTtoTs "^ ^ apPyllV ^ 6 ' n ?^' that fodtaued from page 1 OrdefS gi %%£SiS&ESS. **£%&&!££ teWcSfiM T^early ta* hike for a typi: C.tinued from page 1 F W.J&OT! r,dS?!Sr ^A'Mjffi ssswas *£•„.?-» - s L^d'^-dS ll^Til^S »»EffiKS ^OTSSrj t^.s.dithad JJ ^e oMsfinTi fflS^WS S^es"" K& WOUldfaCea SttJfMW: S Tne three-Quarter reolica of hat hfrl^th 1,°' W0rd N" date for Vtneris' visit has The multibillion-dollar tax- publication would not have pro- w U*£$X^ft&& ^teTdortta^atthi- ^ ^- State Department revision bill being debated to fected toe defendant's rights. * was reported about 70 maes mini"'Rin£ l.u sources said Veneris will not be the Senate would extend the tax The opinion also said there was ^ solthTthis reSrt MondsT ^^ wittl ^ cri ™ »" cuts . at least "^ Jul >- L ^ question « to how effwive a makina abi'uL five kniis n . , will be allowed to move around with strong indications they prior resratot was in protecting _ ^fLjSghawenl'nght Heart Ot1«k the country like any c4h,r cili- rr^y be rr^de permanent.^ «"""*£•... now we're out ofOoeratton * Kn ' complexity of the bill made it ™« Nebraska judge said he Sail'" sa=d Mark Rinker wni CUTO fOreSGOn Bom to Vandergrift, Pa., impossible for Congress to pass would have no reaction to the « dirmorfwU-e«s^i ^Uo „ 7 w » ewn Veneris entered the Army in it by tonight, thus necessitattog Supreme Court ruling until he at (terwKilheaSrter/ ^ DA J - AS(AP '- Dr - MichMl 1*0 and took part in the World the two month extension of read it. ttevkeeD^sWns 'me 'H« i ^ Bakey "^ resear *"s are War 11 New Guinea caninaign existing withholding rates. In anolh . er 'ase involving the a.3, „!'"• c!osu:g in on cures for many in the Pacific. He was honor- The big bill includes more M^ media, the court declined We Si-'oot ve«el w 3! built in heart diieases - A" 11 he says an ably discharged in IMS but re- than 200 different tax provi- '° "Y 16 * m <**** i 4 ^ a Los S: Peterstoe Fh to a«iS a ff fi ? al taart could ^ avaU " ""^ five >' ears later ^^ sions ' ran « il « trom a " a * * n « eles ™ wsman f °f "f^ing called y^une Araef S M * b> , the tUrn ° f ^ """^ monlhs ^^ that - he was '^^ dom on tax shelters "^ "V "'JT.l'f. SOUrC * S fcr / ^^ Sho'vcase Inc WhichStn AAt .">« mnvenlion of the as missing in action in K u rea. wealthy investors to a liber- al»"t the Manson murders. LMtins^ American Medical Association Veneris and 22 others refused alizcd tax credit [or child-care The U A Circuit Court to San use it in sho»s for srhoo.ti«i- lllesday> DeBakey said, "The repatriation to 1953 during the expenses of working parents F™*™* had upheld the con- Ii k «*«i,j'wi tn buri .),» "me will come when we find the prLwner-of.war exchange after Most of the two weeks the full tempt conviction of William T. Class C <Cs tf ose 'ess th^ caus ^,?^ art attacks and "*" *« Korean, armistice. Two of Senate has spent on the bill has f 8 "' **? a re f»rter for the IWfeei boiwaUoi&il IS v !' ewl ", fmdUle wa >' 5 "> P«vent the 23 changed their minds im- been used by liberals in mainly ^ Angeles Herald-Examiner. owTiersareevSvu^Ch^ theV VecanfilKlwaysto ^ rnediately and were imprisoned unsuccessful efforts to reduce Farr had wntten a story about ophe wSrnbSs TOD D« ™ °v reheve K ^ 90 per cent of in the United States after they or eliminate tax benefits for f """« ^tement by a cel- Kfro^Te^nJnNw-™ l^*'* heart disease." were convicted of collaborating wealthy investors or business. l™«"fSusanAtos, a follow- hVranTallKtawhSi^ ..DeBakey. a pioneer in car- with the enemy. These efforts, which the » «J .Oiales Manson, era- enters NeV York HaXrff dlovascular research and The Defense Department or- liberals call tax reform, have "rted m ihe slaying of actress rna^Vit surgery, said he had slopped dered dishonorable discharges been resisted by Sen. Russell B Sharon Tale. 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The court said the Cleveland osteopath had not been adequately protected from "the inherently prejudicial publicity which saturated the community." The debate has been sharpened since by several so-called gag orders in which judges have restricted news coverage before and during trials. Five orders containing such restrictions were issued the year after Ihe Sheppard decision. Last year, there were 62. Attorney E. Barrett Prettyman, representing news organizations in arguments before the Supreme Court in April, said he knew of 11 such orders in the previous six months alone. Since then, news restrictions have been ordered and subsequently lifted in singer Connie Francis' lawsuit against a New York motel in which sr.e was raped and entertainer Claudine Longet's manslaughter trial in the Aspen, Coi'o., killing of her lover, skier Vladimir "Spider" Sabich. Today's decision marks the Supreme Court's firJt full-scale review of a dirtrt prior restraint on news coverage of a criminal case. At issue was a Nebraska order prohibiting the news media from mBkirm public in advance of a criminal trial, 'accounts of the defendant's confession or any information strongly indicating his guilt The restrictions were ordered in the case of Erwin Cror'es Simants, 29, charged with shooting to death at close range a semi-retired farm laborer, Henery Kellie, 66; his wife; their son, and three grandchildren. The six were killed the night of last Ort. IS at the KeUies' two-bedroom home in .Sutherland, Neb., a prairie town with a population of Vt>. Simants, an unemployed neighbor, was arrested the next morning. A preliminary hearing was scheduled three days Uter in North Ptatte, the seat of Lincoln County, to determine whether there was enough evidence to put Sirr-nnts on trill. Hometown greets girl facial surgery kind of embarrassed. Her grandmother, Alia Bellus, marveled at her granddaughter's lack of bitterness despite years of qruelty and taunting. "She'd say, "They don't understand, Grandma, they don't understand,"' Mrs. Bellus re- alled. And her other grandmother, Mary Wikox, remembered, "She used to be alone a lot, but I'll bet she'll never be alone gain." Ida had surgery May 19 at New York University Hospital. Surgeons moved her eyes more nod, stepped off the plane in Pendfeton after a Idii-hour trip delayed by engine trouble and several changes of planes. Still, Ida's exuberance exploded when she saw her grandparents there to greet her. She said over the roar of the jet engines that she was very tired. "1 haven't slept lot two nights," Ida said. "I couldn't." Mrs. Wilcox and Mrs. Bellus and grandfather Leslie Bellus were at the airport to meet her before their 52-mile car trip home. Just before she climbed into the car, Ida grabbed her moth- than an inch closer together, «^v™, .uaRi.uutuu removed the deformed bone er for one more hug. and used bone taken from her "We did it," she cried. Hay bill introduced WASHINGTON (API- A bill to broaden an emergency hay transportation subsidy for livestock producers in drought- stricken counties of Minnesota, South Dakota and Wisconsin was introduced Tuesday by Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey. Under emergency designation given 134 counties in ihe three states, livestock producers qualify for the subsidy only if (bey have no more than a SWay supply of hay and forage on hand. Humphrey's bill would raise the cutoff point for on-hand hay supplies to SO days. The measure also would raise the percentage of transportation cost paid by the federal government, to three- fourths of the actual cost. ,...„. "We did it," she cried. Presently, the government will hip to mold her face into shape. The love affair between the pay eligible farmers two-thirds Her brain had to be lifted to people of La Grande and the of the cost of bringing in hay make room for the surgeons to girl has blossomed since word - • • — work. She tost 16 pounds while got out of her decision to under- in New York. go the risky surgery. Ida's orthodontist, Dr. Dennis Turner of La Grande, said about $10,000 has been collected from residents around La Grande and from people who heard of Ida's story in news accounts. Ida says she plans to answer "every one" of tlie more than 500 letters she received here and in New York. Scars left by the operation were already fading as Ida returned to the welcome attended by many who had contributed money to help pay for the young girl's surgery. La Grande Mayor Roesch Fitzgerald greeted her, and local beauty queens presented her with flowers, Warren Curry', an announcer for radio station KLBM here, arranged the greeting on a few hours notice. Ida and her mother, Jacquie, who had stayed in New York with her only child throughout the operation and recovery pe- Fergus Falls (Mi.) Wed., June 30,1976 from other states, up to (27 per ton. "Most of our livestock producers, as a sound management practice, maintain a greater supply of hay than is heeded for 30 days," Humphrey told the Senate Tuesday. He said his bill would enable livestock producers "to plan in a more orderly way and to examine their options without continually playing 30-day Russian roulette..." Humphrey said the alternative was to continue the monUi- to-month program, discouraging orderly planning and leaving farmers "no choice but to continue to sell off their livestock." CHAMPS SHOES "SEMI-ANNUAL" STYLES AND SIZES FOR ALL! STARTS THURSDAY, JULY 1 at 9:00 A.M. We Will It Clisd Jill BIT Wefcesfcr, kit 30 Ti Prepare Fir Sale! OK RACKS! BRAND NAME SHOES -VALUES TOS2? 00! WOMEN'S and GIRLS' SHOES CURRENT STYLES... DRESS ANDCASUAL! RACKED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE! 25* * S0 * o» COBBLERS-VITALITY-CITATIOHS-SWINGERS-JOLENE- DEXTER ON RACKS! ONE LARGE GROUPOF WOMEN'S and GIRLS' SHOES VALUES TO $28.00! NOW PRICED AT $$88 PAIR • OR ON RACKS! ONE GROUP DEXTER AND CROSBY-SQUARE MEN'S and BOYS' SHOES DRESS ANDCASUALSHOES-VALUESTOW5.W-NOW PRICED FROM 25 * One Group of Men's Pro-Keds Leather and Canvas ATHLETIC SHOES.... One Group Children's — Values To $17.00 . . DRESS, CASUAL, TENNIS SHOES.,.. 9 ! IP*5 Entire Stock of Remaining _ _»/ SUMMER SANDALS 1S err - Otter Gtnps if H<s I E»4s Yn list SH ti - ALL SALES FINAL- NO EXCHANGES -NO REFUNDS- HO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE- OPEN THURSDAYS TO 9:00 P.M. SHOP HERE... GET YOUR PARK-O-SHOP TOKENS 111 WEST LINCOLN • FERGUS =ALL5

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