The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 4, 1970 · Page 8
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, June 4, 1970
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PBftA-8 THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland 4, ttft Goldstein Seeking New Term BALTIMORE (AP) - Louit L, GoMrtein, Muytand*s «but- liMt comptroller, announced to- *gr that he will seek reelection this Ml. State Atty. Gen. Francis B. Bureh already has announced hit plans to seek re-election, and Incumbent Gov. Marvin Mandd will announce for re-election next Tuesday. Goldstein, making his formal announcement in the lobby of the state office building here, ·aid his campaign would be based "on the record.'* He has served as comptroller for 12 years. Before that, Goldstein was President of the State Senate and earlier a member of the House of Delegates. Ticking off the accomplish-' merits and modernization of the comptroller's office during his tenure, Goldstein noted the new income tax building, computer center, taxpayer's service and other physical facilities. "We were influential in helping to plan and construct the ocean city convention hall," he said. "We also played a key role in the development of Assateague Island. "We also recommended the transfer of $50 million of surplus general fund revenues into construction loan accounts, delaying the necessity to sell bonds during periods of peak interest rates. . . "We helped provide a surplus for state budget purposes by recommending. . . the collection of two additional months of income tax revenue during fiscal year 1970 . . . "We also recommended . . . that the Maryland income tax law be amended . . . to provide tax relief for low-level taxpayers such as is provided in the federal tax reform act of 1969 . . ." He said. The comptroller closed with his usual "God bless you all real good.*' Co-Founder Of Panthers Denied Bail SAN FRANCESCO (AP) Bail has been denied Black Panther party co-founder Huey P. Newton, who has been behind bars for three years in the shooting death of an Oakland policeman. The California Court of Appeal denied ^Wednesday without comment Newton's application for bail, made after the same court overturned his voluntary manslaughter conviction last Friday. . . -Newton, 28, was convicted in 1968 in the death of officer John Frey, who was shot with his own service revolver after he stopped a car Newton was driving. Newton is serving a 2-to-15 year prison sentence. Attorney Charles Garry said he was considering appealing the bail decision to the California Supreme Court The Court of Appeal overturned the conviction on grounds the trial judge did not instruct the jury properly on Newton's claim that he had been shot in the abdomen and was unconscious when Frey was shot and another officer wounded. The state has indicated it will appeal the reversal. Senate Group Cuts Funds For Bomber deserters In Sweden Heckle U. S. Envoy W A S H I N G T O N (AP) Americans living in asylum in iweden organized at least one of the recent demonstrations against U.S. Ambassador Jerome H. Holland, says Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme. Holland, a Negro, has encountered some hostile crowds and shouts of "nigger*' in the weeks since his arrival in Sweden. At one point he was reported considering returning to tfie United States. Palme arrived in Washington Wednesday for an eight-day private visit He said his government had Investigated the incidents care* tolly, found only a "small group of extremists" to be behind them, and said in one instance hey were Americans who had bund asylum there. A number of deserters from he U.S. armed forces have found asylum in Sweden. Palme meets with Secretary of State William P. Rogers today. Pick-UpDay At Harpers Ferry More than twenty-five people, including the mayors of Bolivar and Harpers Ferry, five Harpers Ferry High School and three Elementary School students, took part in the May 30 trash pickup organized by the Harpers Ferry district environmental group. The pick-up was headed by Clarence HodgJdns, and assisted by Simuel Garrett Trucks were provided by Hodgkins, Frank Cavalier, and Temple Wheeler, and the Harpers Ferry Job Corps. The participants met at the Friendship Fire Hall at 9:30 a.m. where they were divided into six small groups with four of them going into Harpers Ferry and two into Bolivar. The Harpers Ferry groups, after having finished, moved into Bolivar to assist the groups there. Several other people joined in as the pick-up progressed. Some of those who could not participate either donated trash containers or cleaned up the streets around their homes leaving their filled trash containers in front of their houses to be picked up by the trucks. The "drive" ended in front of the Harpers Ferry High School shortly after noon. Garrett announced that the next meeting of the Harpers Ferry district environmental group will be held on Wednesday, June 10 M 8 p.m. at the Mather Training Center, Harpers Ferry. POPULARIZE JUDO NEW DELHI (APHtfembers of Parliament are to be given lessons in judo-with the blessing of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, according to G.S. Swell, speaker of the lower house. In a letter to Swell, Mrs. Gandhi said she hopes the interest by parliamentarians will help to popularize judo all over India, NEW CORPORAL - Marine Lance Corporal Douglas K. Wetzel was recently promoted to his present rank while serving with the First Marine Division near Da Nang, Vietnam. L/Cpl Wetzel is the son of Mrs. Regina E. Wetzel of Middletown and Mr. John H. Wetzel of Frederick. His address is: L/Cpl. Douglas K. Wetzel 2572837, Golf Co., 1st Marine Div FMF, 2/1 FPO, San Francisco, 96602. WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate Armed Services Committee, in a surprising turnabout, has voted tentatively to cut in half the $100 million requested by the Nixon administration for the Bl, a new long-range Air Force bomber. The action came, sources close to the committee said Wednesday, during a lightly attended session on the $10 billion military procurement authorization bill. Because only about half of the 18 members were on hand, the action could be reversed before the committee completes work on the bill later this month. The reduction in funds for the Bl, formerly called the Advanced Manned Strategic Aircraft, followed partially a recommendation by a special research and development subcommittee which reportedly favored an even deeper slash. The reported $50 million cut in Bl funds could create a collision later with the House, which approved the entire $100 million Pentagon request. The Senate committee is considering the measure as the Pentagon prepares to select a company to take the Bl into its research design and development phase, likely to cost up to $2 billion. But Defense officials say a final decision has not been made on whether to go into full production of the Bl, which is tentatively scheduled to replacs the B52in the middle and late 1970s. The new bomber is seen by Defense officials as one of two major new weapons systems designed to update the U.S. strategic force in the late 1970s. The other is the Under seas Long- Range Missile System- a new Navy submarine. Last year, the committee and Congress approved the full $100 million sought by the Pentagon to begin research on theBl. But indications are that only about half of the funds will have been spent when the fiscal year ends June 30. Still before the committee are crucial decisions on many important weapons systems most notably President Nixon's request for expansion of the Safeguard antiballistic missile sys- tem, which passed (he Seriate by one vote last year. The procurement measure may not come up in the Senate until after the July 4 recess. Judge Refuses Grand Jury Probe Delay BALTIMORE (AP)- A grand jury investigating corruption in government will meet as scheduled next week despite a federal ruling Wednesday to delay until June 17 a decision on whether to make public the information contained in one of the jury's indictments. Federal Judge Hostel C. Thomsen said he refused to delay the next meeting of the grand jury scheduled for June 10 so mat the new U.S. Ator. ney for Maryland, George Beall, could meet with the jury. The grand jury had reported to Judge Thomsen in a sealed presentment last week that it was unable to return an indictment because U.S. Atty. Gen. John Mitchell refused to allow Stephen H. Sachs, then U.S. attorney for Maryland, to sign the charges. Sachs stepped down Monday for George Beall and the delays were requested by Beall to give him time to acquaint himself With the case and to review the case with the Justice Department. Thomsen said in his order that it was "highly desirable" that Beall meet with the grand jury before making his final recommendation to the attorney general. Acknowledging last Thursday he had stepped in, Mitchell said the case was being reviwed by the department's criminal di vision. There have been published reports that the grand jury was investigating a contract for underground parking garages in the House of Representatives. The jury told Judge Thomsen last week when it gave him the sealed presentement that it believed it had sufficient evidence to return an indictment. THE FUN PLACE TO SHOP FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Annual Qosmetic SCDtiletry 'Event! THESE ARE ONCE A YEAR VALUES... ALL ARE BELOW OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! ^ j · v . . . 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