The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 8, 1967 · Page 24
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September 8, 1967

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 24

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Page B-12 THE \E\NS, Frederick, Maryland Kridax. September 8. 1%7 Scull Family Threatened 01 dei ing has shown that uniden- DIVINK AID man Catholic priest, opened a tified persons have been send- ALBANY, N Y ( A P ) - The session of the New York Strte mt m coupons for the maga- Rev Donald J Curran - a Rob - constitutional convention *uh /ines and books IP the case of article;, the 01 deis foi them have been placed bv telephone \s foi the railroad ties, Scull told tho d i i v e i he hadn t ordered them but decided to keep four ot them anvhow for his garde'i He paid $7 each ROCKVILLE - MontjJorne'v to receive a numbei of mai',a County Police Thursda\ began / m e subscriptions books and an investigation into the late--' store at tic-les and even a t i u c k of a series of harassments of load of l a i h o a d ties mm,- if th( Montgomery County Council u h i e h h a v e been ordeied bv the s.i. president David Scull and his , n i l ] % io I n q u n v into the souices of the family Scull attributes the harass ments to opponents of his po^ 1 tion on the county s open hou ing law passed bv the coun .1 in July At first thought to be the i suit of a bullet shot into the window of his Silver Spi " g office, Scull said a police i n v i s tigation showed the hole to be caused by "a quarter - po ind iron bolt, fired pjrnaps n o m a slingshot "There are leal kooks on bo sides of the question and it ,^ a problem for one who tries ' walk down the middle, ' Scull said "A public official must expect a certain amount of such stuff This sort of thing is from the sick end of the right-wing se gregationist crowd " he said Scull referred to harassmen's which began when he and Mrs Scull returned home from a council meeting in July at which the open occupancy law w ·· passed An unknown telephone call^i warned Scull, "someone in yout family will die ' Scull said the calls continued "Many of them were of such a crude and coarse nature and several so obscene that my tele phone answering service wouldn't repeat the messages ' Scull said The Sculls also began receiving hundreds of letters criticiz ing his support of the fair ho'is- ing law Many of the letters were anomymous The Scull family has continued K l e v a t o i s were ha/atdous a' t u i n of the century In , Sii.gle l a i g e c i t y as many as *u people a yeai might be killed in elevator accidents Farm Leaders Ask To Appear Before Ag Unit Local agricultural leaders have been invited to testify at a hearing here Tue=dav oefore a special commission w nch is studying the Maryland State Board of Agriculture The 20 member commission which was appointed bv Gov Agnew in compliance w i t i a resolution passed bv the General Assembly this yea- h a ? been asked to evaluate the Boaid of Agriculture's admin ^ ' r a t i o n ' ,s it involves the agncu'-urji -*^n munitv '· The commission's m e m b ^ i s h i p Includes William B C t u m \\al kersville Edgai G E m i i c h Thirmort and Edv.ard F Hoi ter, Frederick The commission according t j chairman Edward H Cove!! 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