Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 20, 1969 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, February 20, 1969
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Radbndt DoiV Fodi 2 - Vutniof. Fab. 20, 1M9 KY.Sfocks NKW YORK (UPI) _ That^ was Iktie joy on WaU Sbwt today as stodB suffered tfaw (ottith Moeessive beating in moderale tndiD{. Tbt list had roach gMac from the openinc MI. and possibility tt a pre weekend nOy quickly faded afiar nud -sessioB triien sdlinc siined "Mtiwufcim Tad- ers took a gloomy vieir of the proknged deadkidc at the Vietnam peace coniereooe in Paris, and belief iras gnmii^ that further credit tightening may be in the cards at home as the new Wastungton administratioa intenaiies its efbits to cuib in- llatiaa New the close, the UPI stnck maiket indieator, measuring all stodcs traded, was off 1.06 per cent on 1358 issues traded. There were 1.502 declines and 293 advances. The Dow Jones average of 30 blue dup industrials was off 8J3 to ns .77. Volume topped the UMniUkn Aare maiic. Among the dedrooics. Scientific Data fell 2. with Control i Daita and Faircfaild Cameraj down 1 or more. Polaroid! dipped about 3, while Xerox, Itek, American Research tc Development, and Loew's Theatres gave up a pmnt or so. KLM gave up around 2 in the airlines. Jersey Standard and .Atlantic Richfidd dipped 1 or more in the oils. Ifowever, l^aclair was on the phis side, adding to' its rise 4H in the previous session. Early in the w«dc Sinclair dropped about 17 after a federal judge granted the Justice Department its request for a preliminary RoosetcttlMr. lieSNKni gimflrat (OaaODiied Mn Pafi 1) ten emend Kw taUac ii of the atite and county dty and campus poliee becan making airesls. noM airetted were taken to the WasbicBaw ODooty Jail at Ann Attor in buses. Of those remaining, an wstimatfd 150 began « march to the home of EMU president Buoid Spon-i berg but dunged their mindsi midway and decided to go tn Ann Arbor instead to try to get their comrades released from Quartermaster testifies to No. Korean beatings CORONADO. Oalit (UPD-Aimen broke the strict prison ttafBw JPDck^ itUc boBibg sod at, IcMt «nt MOiotor cocktail at pdiee. Mica aod shertira demties, in lnni» wcd.aitfrifirtlcks and the dMOOical Mace in the pitdwd battia «Mi Aa denuoitntaa in the wiUcat caafrmtatkm yetl daib« «M mamMong strike at lha nnivcnity of CaiifDndri StadcBte at WOv OaBete in HaiAan. Tex., took padhxfaj off daasroom doors and planned to go baidt to ctaases Uidiy fifliT lifts wltti Administntufe of the aU-Negra school eased tenaoos. Stndenta protesting policies and liviagi ooodiboos had hmicadad sercir^ al hnilrting^ and dasses bad been Wted lor tap days. Studtfts, at pndomuH Negro Stifliiaa College ia TuscalooH. Ala., successfully Wednesday nd vowd to CBfom the strike natn deaunds awre iMt Aboatl an university of Oregon stndcnti marcbed Ifanu^ cam- pas to protest classes being held during a memorial observance, or the murder of lUooIm Xl About 1.000 National Goards- mcn remained stationed near disd^inacy moves were taken against militants at (he Viiiver- sity of Oiicago. the University of Illinois and Roosevdt University a cadcago. Ilie fight at Berteley ftaOowed a laly by 1.000 students on Sfweol Ball Plaza. The University had banned the use of sound equipment at campus rallies. PoUee stood by but did not di^Kne the rally. Later, about 20 Alameda County sheriff* deputies diarged a picket line of 500 persons at Sather Gate and were met by a dvwer of] lheMhmitya(fnseonni.andimissaec The pickeU Had and the depotitt joined » patrobneo. Poliee used Maea I Spcoul Flaia. then BML to Telegraph Aveme outside tha campus trtien tbey agali were met by rocks and botdea. Aboot 3,000 persons were in Ibe area. On campos, poliea followed a group of 1,000 student! who Qaew cfaeny bombs at them and rocks through many windows. Stink boobs also were set olt Police arrested' M penoni and said one - officer and lour students required nodieal treat' ment jail. Tbe protesters said theiri demands indnde a Hack studies; program, more blacfc profes-i sors. a Halcolffl X "cultural center," more black students and amnesty for demonstrators i wiio get arrested. About 700 of Eastern Michigan University's 17,000 students are Negroes. There was trouble Wednesday at the University of California's Berkeley campus. Students ignored pleas of their leaders and sailor who officers of the USS Pueblo called "tbe most outstanding enlisted man" during thdr II month captivity in North Korea was called to testify at a Navy court of inquijy today. He is Quartermaster l.C. Ouries B. Law Jr.. 27, Chefaalis, Wash. Tie Koreans made Law "leading petty rules. Law was held responsible by the Koreans for the behavior of all Pneblo enlisted persoond. He «-as the only man permitted direct access to the Pueblo's skipper, Cmdr. Uoyd M. Bucher. and often rdayed (Continued from Page 1) Bucher's widies to the crew. Plimpton about his previous The Koreans finally decided I statement to police that he was Arresting officer said Sriian was sol)er at time .VH—. - r , .officer" of the 74 enlisted men, tailmcUon blocking ite iMt )posed'wbo were usually isoUted from merger with Atlantic Rjdifidd. the Pueblo's officers. , Sue of the officers said that^jgst ^^^^ of a formal inquiry UPI MaHcet in«calw Law unflfachingly took beatingslby .board of five admirals into Today's dosing^ net pnce.from his jaUers when the other| me capture of the Na\-y spy Law was subverting them and fired him as petty officer. Law was the first enlisted j e>;Sf: man to testify in the third and impressed by Siriian 's "dark brown and enormously peaceful change of all NYSE stocks trad- 1 ed, computed by Quotroo Serv-; . ice. vas off 1.06 from Wednes-i Jy^pj Seeil at vessel off Korea Jan. 23, 1968. The court now is reviewing the conduct of Pueblo officers and men in captivity. Earlier parts of the hearing deal with the vessel's electronic spymg Plimpton agreed tliat Sirhan seemed the calmest person in a scene of pandemonium even though people were fighting to get at him. Berman asked Plimpton whether he saw Kennedy lying on the floor. "I didn't have the courage to look." PUmpton said. Today the state caUed a day's close. Using April 1, 1966 prices as: • , . a • a 100 base, the indicator closed { fUnfH aiflHirf today at 128.82. fcWiVii iBn|awii ,v„i Share Vaiume i # •IA**L ?^Z,i^ ""'series of witnesses, mainly Advances 1,730.000! hPflMie aitaCR Commumsts ogi^ i„ „et n ^ Dedines 8.050.000 i •^•''•^ " i About 20 Pueblo enlisted men drawing around the 2*-year-oM Undianged 1.210,000 Z,,R,CH fiTPi)_An airrMrt .'^^' Arab immigrant. TV,Ul' 10,990,000 emX^_U ^\h7XrS;~ '^'^ '»••' ^ri.^'irf^SL. '^^.^^'^^L^o.^l A navy spokesman said "five introduction One point that may come up is the defense objection to as Ind Rrs evklence of in Siriian's High tew CI... Chn. fif^„,'^,^^'S?'r"« Savs « six" of the PueWo's enlisted notebooks found 6 913.04 916.65 off 8.45 °l^^l^^.f^l^l^ men ft-iU be aUowed to testify in home in whid. he had written: 2«"?!??!!5-5?«!-2 ^i ^r 'tat ^daV'^S^ sccrot - at their own reque:*,I "Robert _ Kennedy murt_ be UtJ 136.54134.43135.32 off 0.80'from Police Uiat day was 65 335.42 330J6 331.87 off 2.71 defended today as due to "bad "C said the men feel it would I assassinated luck." be "degrading ' Sales today were 10.99 miUion Zurich Dist. Ally. J o e r g series in pubUc. diarescomparrt wlh 10.39 ma- Rdiberg, who discribed the He said the treatment of hon shares Wednesday. incident also revealed that the enlisted men differed littlTfrom Isradi security agent who shot that given Pueblo officers, who and killed one of the attackers have testified publically that suu ,-— ^ened false "confiessioos" •«'5S*-«. a -;.«*«Mf; Diplomatic sources u Bern, after they were tortured and iil^S o^u?7ii~ztSi IJ: .SfKs said the their men were threatened with jtii -lulsnaeh embassy has asked deaUt -».>'Switzeriand to release the agent' IS Mcft Aclln itKka (DMr-J«a Scrrlc*. Cnrinr Lntcr. Br«n • ct.) . nay face murder charges. i».tM Aract lac MJN* One Data (CIM Amrr. T. • T. . a 'i - •1JM Braaswick U '4 + GIfB Aliea ll'i n .m Amtr. Maura ... •.tJS*t latl. Slckrt »J - 'i «.«•• Jim Walton 3'i - »• KM* ScitaL -IM fSJ$»» Art* - - •• M.TM A>IK Car» - M«. -S'i s>JI0a Graiaaa «« -ii»M* rmm. Bli. 2S** —1 on grounds he had acted in self - 'i defense. State rests Rehberg said the agent, Mordechai Racfaamim, has re- CaSe Writer says Khrashdiev tefls before June 5, tell their: 1968. Kennedy was mortally wounded at 12:11 a.m. on June s. Tbe defense contends the seizure of the "diary" was illegal and without a search warrant Another witness told the jury Wednesday that Sirhan fired more than 300 rounds during five hours at a target range on the day before Kennedy's death and told anoUier man his gun I was suffident to "kill a dog." Michael Saccoman who was also practicing wiUi his pistol, said be talked with Sirhan for 45 minutes and observed he had seven or eight boxes of bullets contaraing 50 shells apiece. Saecomaa uM Sirhan told !him he planned to go on a fused to speak to anyone about his role in Use incident including whether he fired in (Continued from Page 1) : self defense or after the Arabs he did not believe it . had stopped shooting. ' The big. white-haired defen- ! The district attorney said'Uie' <Jant himself was called to Uie survivmg Arabs could be witness chair-Uie jury h»d ^ charged, after more investiga- bwn removed from the court-, Uiat huntine with Ition. with attempted murder, j-m - to rebut Uie alias ^ is^f w^ a"th%w,* , Rehberg said Wednesday '•^""""'y-. , . Saccoman said. A ( cIlAAllllfl Rona "'S"" ^ ="T«)rt employe saw In a series of ensp answers, ..j,e asked me why and I toW Ol SIHlvTinQ DCTId Uttee Arab men and an Arab he demed he had been asked y,3t as because of iU Udc woman Feb. 13 at the same spot any questions and said he had accuracy. And he said, 'I NEW YORK (UPI)-During a h, Hoten Airport parking lot signed a blank card m Uie^^n-j j,bout that -it will heavy session of vodka drinking, where they fired at Uie plane ungerpnnt room. ^ •> former Soviet Premier Nikita! Tuesday. j When Haggerty. during hisi Platinum "blonde Oaudia Wil- Khrushchev told a dipkimat he shot Beria. powetful head of Russian Secret Police. Author-editor John Fiscbu- made this disdosore in «n article in the current issue of Ban>er's Magazine of which he was editor-is-diicf for 14 years. Fisdier said the diplomat Western He beUeved Uiey were acting "^inS. said he doubted "very u,. y,gt fingerprmting Layrentij"suspiciously" TiJd 'nitifiid a' m"**' **! policeman guarding an Isreeli El Al airliner nearby, Rehberg said. "This policeman, who was not allowed to leave the plane unguarded, tried to alert tbe aiiport poUce station through his wantie-taUde, but it did not adced Khrushdiev how ha had;""/•.'T^^^rr-;-'~y managed to get rid of Beria 1*^' when his contrtd of the Seer^j "°en it did, the roar of the Police seemed to make him ^' Al jet's engines drowned out invutoereWe. M attempts to ^ak. "He should have been,"! No charges have >-et been Fisdier quotes Khnishcbev asifil«d against either tiie three aiying. "But he made one silly!surviving Arabs or the Israeli mistake. Beria came into aisecurity agent Mordechai CMiference room one day Rachamim. Under Swiss law, without his bodyguanL I shot none can be until the investiga- him." • tion is completed. Tbt Kremlin annouoced Ber-' Rehberg said Rachamim ia's deafli in 19S3. Thejcould face a murder charge if successors of dictator Josef; it was determined he shot the Stalin said Beria was arrested, tried by a secret court and executed for having conspired with intdligence fordgn powers. Arab after the assailants ceased their fire. Tlie Arabs couU face charges of attempted poUceman, Aloysius J. Habighorst was tdling the tiuUi. there was an eraption of heated reaction. James L. Alcoek, the SS-yeai^ old dimnutive assistant distikt aMaraey who is the state's driet courtroom operative, shouted for a mishial. The suriMriBed judge quickly denied it When Alcock said be wanted ailate afternoon, she said. liams, a former waitress at Uie "Briar Patch" night club, testified that she talked ;vith Siriian on the range and that he showed her how to fire a revolver her husband had given ber as a Christmas present Her husband, a mUkman, then joined them, she said, and they talked for some time about guns and ammunition. Sirhan was stiD firing away in Supreme Court writ that wouU in effect reverse the judge, Haggerty told him to find a justice overnight by phone and apply for an oral directive. He added: "This case wiU proceed at 9 a.m. unless I am directed by the Supreme Court not to." agcnte ofimunler. endangering air trefliejdor to the United Nations, Quote of the Day NEW YORK—MiAammad H.;^^sn^ El-Fanah, Jordan's ambassa-, 1 the Another witaess was Paul Schrade. western regional director of Uw United Auto Woricers. who was wounded m the bead as bullets sprayed through the pantry. "AU heU brake loow and I heard some crackling and saw some flashes," Schrade said. "I was shaken badly. I Uiought wc were all being electrocuted.' , Schrade said he fell to Uie floor and lapsed into uncon- land illegal use of eiqdosives. PAINTING PROBLEMS SOLVED PM Teim .caNiffMiiici 10 TO 2 OiMLY S TO « denying to newsmen that Arab commandos who attacked Israeli planes are terrerists. "I call it resistance. You eaU it 'tamricm'. I remenibcr when France was under tbe Nazi ocoipatian the Gestapo used to cd it tatrorism." PAWr-HAISWAIi-HOUSIWiatl MENTONE HARDWARE LARRrS PakrtHout MrfMvr riVRUARV » A .».tanen A. L. L RaneU Van Oirin iK.1 JaaMKiM Richard R.efa«n 4^ n «ala fit. mw 4vmmm i FFER NO LIMIT TO CLASSIHCATION Automotive • Housts for Sole • Reol Estote • Houses for Rent Miscellaneous Etc (anything) V4Y§ FOR TUB FRICF OF OFFER GOOD NOW THRU FEBRUARY 28 PRIVATE PARTY ADS ONLY NO COMMERCIAL BUS! 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