The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 4, 1970 · Page 2
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June 4, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 2

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PiceA-2 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland 4, mt Last Brink's Robber Freed BOSTON (AP) - After 14 years, Anthwv Pino, 64, last of the 11-mati Brink's robber band of 1950 still in state prison «1 Walpole, has won a commutation of his life sentence. But he is still not free. The Executive Council voted Wednesday to commute Pino*s sentence after listening to a plea, from his wife. The council adopted* the recommendation of the Advisory Board of Pardons that his term be commuted to a 36 years-to- life term, making him currently eligible for parole. Cornelius J. Twomey, a member of the state Parole Board, said Pino would be transferred to Suffolk County House of Correction on Deer Island in Boston harbor to serve an additional two-year term for conspiracy. The$1.2 million robbery of the Brink's, Inc. counting house on the Boston waterfront in January 1950 was the nation's largest in terms of cash until 1462, when a mail truck was robbed of $1.5 million at Plymouth. Mrs. Pino told the councilors her husband had a job waiting as a meat cutter in a market owned by his nephew. In addition to the sentence for conspiracy, Pino also faces possible deportation to Italy in connection with an offense committed when he was 17. Of the 11 men accused of the Brink's robbery, two died without being brought to trial and another, who was chief witness for the prosecution was freed after appeals ran their course. Of the eight who received life sentences, two died in prison and the others, except Pino, had their life terms reduced and are now serving conspiracy sentences. Debt Ceiling Boost Passes House, Awaits Senate Action WASHINGTON (AP) - After surviving war critics' attacks in the House, a bill to raise the national debt ceiling by $18 billion heads for the Senate amid indications its quick passage might hinge on the Cambodian war policy debate. The House passed the meas- Port Board Given Pollution Delay ANNAPOLIS (AP- The Maryland Port Authority has been given a delay until July 12 to submit plans for bringing to a halt pollution of the Baltimore Harbor by chromium seepage from the Dundalk Marine Terminal. But an official of the Department of Water Resources, which agreed Wednesday to the delay, called for a "prompt and complete solution" to the problem. The deadly chromium is seeping into the water from a black lava-like ore refuse being used as filling material to build up fast land at the Dundalk terminal. Allied Chemical Corp. is dumping the material under a contract with the port authority. A representative for the authority said the dumping had been going on at least since 1920, but that it was only recently discovered that chromium was going into the water. The authority and Allied told water resources officials they have already taken steps to curb the pollution and plan to take more. ure Wednesday by a 236-127 vote. It permits raising the national debt limit from $377 billion to *395 billion. Some senators mentioned the possibility that action on the bill might be delayed if debate continues on another measure to curtail military spending in Cambodia. The debt ceiling bill must be passed by July 1 or the government will be unable to pay its bills. The Nixon administration asked for the increase to cover expected deficits in the budget. While the budget projects a deficit of only $1.3 billion for the year beginning July 1, this figure does not reflect the use of surpluses in special trust funds -- which become part of the debt - nor the likelihood that not all President Nixon's revenue pro- posalsjwill be approved. Congressional estimates indicated general revenues might be as much as $16.8 billion below expenditures. War critics in the House first tried to amend the bill Wednesday to lop $6 billion off the ceiling increase and require a corresponding reduction in defense spending. A 273-85 procedural vote blocked that attempt, with 71 Democrats and 14 Republicans voting to permit amending the bill, 127 Democrats and 146 Republicans voting against Then opponents urged defeat of the bill, as Rep. Donald M Eraser, D-Mnn., put it, "to impress on the President the need to move more rapidly toward disengagement in Southeast Asia." But the bill passed even though some perennial opponents of debt ceiling increases joined the opposition. Proponents argued that defeat of the bill would be irresponsible, would increase jitters in the stock and commodity markets and embarrass the government They asserted it would not speed the end of the war. Gun Sales Banned In Alexandria ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) The City Council has declared a full emergency and banned sales of knives and guns because of sporadic violence that has continued since Friday when a Negro youth was slain, allegedly by a white man. The council voted the ban Wednesday as about 1,500 Negroes attended the funeral of the slain 19-year-old Robin Gibson. The main funeral speaker, the Rev. Robert C. Davis, said, "If there is but one thing we have learned from this violent killing it is that violence is not the answer." The city meanwhile opened a 24-hour-a-day "rumot center" to check out rumors that have been flying during the disorders and give callers checked-out information. Police arrested two Alexandria men early Wednesday and charged them with arson in one of several firebombing incidents late Tuesday and early Wednesday. WORK CLOTHES | FOOTWEAR See The Great Outdoors--Co Camping' HETRICK 'DAYTONA' TENT . CAMP OUT MOUNTAIN TENT - Aluminum ** IVI IS 1C t l» L.M Frame Outside TENT 5x7 Made 6 oz Willow Green Drill with Arctic Seal Dry Water Proofed Finish-Nylon Screen Door--Stwed Floors Suspension "T" Frame 2 jointed Steel Awning extension Poles 9 FT. x 9 FT. YOUR CHOICE! THE CAMPER OR THE ACAPULCO 2-LB. 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