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The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey • 17

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Hackensack, New Jersey
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17 TUB RKCORO. FRIDAY, 2fi. 100.1 Traitor Seeks Sentence Reversal DREAD DISEASE STRIKES CAMP, HUNT CARRIER Kansas Up In Arms Over Atheist Colony Settlement Leader Is Woman Who Filed Supreme Court Prayer Suit 21 Children Ilccomc 111 mind that atheism Is the he iald. "No matter how many people feel otherwise, they still haven't changed my view on that." Petitions expressing opposition to the project arc being circulated by some church members. "I know of two of the churches who have circulated among their people with quite a response I would say almost unanimous response," said the Rev.

Karl Schuster of the First Methodist Church, the largest denomination in Stockton. "This is not true of all the churches, however." "We are not taking the idea or attitude there isn't anything we can do about it." he said, "because we feel that public opinion is quite a strong factor in any situation." were planning to build a feed-lot, we've been planning It (r several years and we had this land there, so we decided to build It there." Early this month, Mrs. Matla-lyn J. Murray of Baltimore, Md whose suit resulted in the Supreme Court decision banning required bible readings and prayer recitations in Baltimore schools, announced plans to set up the colony. it would be on land donated by Carl Brown, 77 year-old retired farmer and former Kansas legislator.

Mrs. Murray said an organization, Other Americans, will establish a university, an Information center, a radio station, a printing press, and a home for the aged on the site. Brown said the opposition had not influenced his plans for the colony. "I have made up my By BOB KFNEAU Stockton, t.fl A protest is sprouting from the discharge from the service In 1948, F. B.

I. agents arrested him. A 21-count indictment charged him with aiding the Germans between October 1944 and May 1945. Monti later accused his attorneys, the late Lloyd Paul Etryker and H. A.

Shapero of coercing and misleading him into pleading guilty. A federal judge said that Monti's accusation was entitled to little weight. ANTI IIITLER PLOT? Monti has stated that his only reason for going to Germany was to assassinate Hitler and end the war. He claims that he wanted to prevent a Communist takeover in Europe. In his new petition, Monti maintains that he never admitted intent to betray the United States.

To convict for treason, the government must prove the accused willfully intended to commit treason. Monti's hiatory since 1944 can only be described as bizarre. As an Army Air Force pilot in India, he went A. W. O.

L. and hitch-hiked to Italy, in October. Taking a plane near Naples, he disappeared behind enemy lines until the war ended. Court-martialed for theft and ben.C A. W.

O. his 15-year sentence was soon rescinded by Presidential order and Monti was allowed to re-enlist as a private. Moments after his honorable By JOSEPH FOL1CANO New York (North American Newspaper Alliance America'! only self-confessed traitor, Martin J. Monti, 41, will soon go Into Brooklyn Federal Court and attempt to prove he was sentenced to 25 years in prison on a legal error. In 1949, Monti became the first American citizen to plead guilty to the charge of treason in open court.

He was accused of stealing a P-38 and surrendering it intact to the Germans; making Nazi sponsored propaganda broadcasts; and wearing the uniform of an S. officer. Monti was paroled in I960 after serving 11 years in prison. He now lives in Florida as a hour factory supervisor. Kansas Plains to the proposed establishment of an atheist colony in these parts It's taking the form of peti tions circulated by church members, a statement by a business group, and a week long church sign on ranch property Just across the road from the colony site announces that a feedlot with capacity for handling 5,000 cattle is to be built there Donald Schneider, the ranch owner, said: "It just so happens that we meeting tuned to the theme of God answer to Atheism." And, while the builder won't say there is any connection, a fer1 7 COME IN TO PICK-UP YOUR COUPON FOR xuMUFlmi mm i inl WW i ui 'vn y'i irui i i ah MUSIC ARENA Hi VI IH III If (MM 1 Ln II lit fng ixt week's showt July 30-Aurust 4 JACK STERLING ww mi i bb IN (The CBS Morning Star) MUSIC MAN With Typhoid Fever In Pennsylvania GROVE IS CLOSED ITarrlshnrR.

Pleasantly nestled on a sloping preen hillside in southern Franklin County lies the rustic Rhodes Grove Bible Camp, a century -old summer playground for children. The camp Is silent today. The pine cabins and frame cottages once filled with youthful voices and laughter, are empty. Rhodes Grove has been closed. The reason: Typhoid fever.

Twenty-one youngsters who attended the ill fated camp in June still lie in area hospitals with the dread disease. While they recover, a small band of State health officials, perhaps best described as medical detectives, work around the clock to track down the unknown source. CARRIERS IMMUNE These medical sleuths must find the typhoid carrier, the person who unknowingly brought the epidemic to Rhodes Grove. Carriers can pass on typhoid to others, but are Immune to the disease themselves. There are 250 known carriers In Pennsylvania, perhaps many others unknown.

These are the ones that must be found. "It's a manhunt," stated Dr. William D. Schrack director of the Health Department's division of communicable disease control and co-ordinator of the Investigation. Not only must Schrack and his crew investigate the known cases, they also must try to reach all the other boys and girls who attended the camp during the period of the epidemic.

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