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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - September 6, 1970, Darmstadt, Hesse 1970 Blast Attempt Page 27 Fugitive Linked to Bomb AP A voung man sought concerning a bombing at the University of Wisconsin had 25 hours of flying instruction IT the same plane which was used in an abortive attempt o bomb an Army muni tions plant the coowner of a Madison area airport said Dwight of had soloed in the Cess na 150 which was stolen from the Morey Airport in Mid Field Morey An FBI affidavit filed in District Court in Madison Wednesday alleged that Dwight and his older told Maxim a Minne apolis they were responsi for the unsuccessful attempt to bomb the Badger Army ord nance plant at Baraboo last New Years The FBI is hunting for the Armstrong brothers and two other young men in connection with the 24 bombing of the See photos Page 7 Army Mathematics Research Center on the University of Wis consin campus An unexploded ammonium ni trate apparently dropped from a was found on the grounds of the munitions plant the FBI The plane was later found abandoned at the Prairie Du Sac airport Sauk County Sheriff Ralph said a warrant had been issued Friday for Karleton Armstrong on a charge of pos session of explosives for unlaw ful purposes in the attempted bombing of the Wisconsin Pow er Light substation at Prairie Du Sac Hearn said a fingerprint on an unexploded home made bomb had been identified as Arm Morey said Dwight Armstrong worked as a general services at tendant at the Middleton field for six months and that he had soloed in the twin seat which is used to train ROTC Also the state board on government operations ap proved a protection plan for the University of Wis Under the Madison city police will regularly patrol the The officers will augment the 30man campus po nce winch will be in creased by five patrolmen un der the The State Department is discussing extradition dures with the Canadian govern ment hi connection with the i bombing at the University of a spokesman for Wisconsin Robert Warren said Friday Daniel Hanley said that talks are being held in the event that any of the four suspects in the bombing are captured in Russia Says Apollo Capsule Is Will Be Returned MOSCOW UPI The So viets have plucked from the ocean a space capsule they describe as part of the Apollo moonshot program and plan to return it to American officials this the official Tass news agency Checks with Embassy of indicated the Soviets have had at least two weeks to ex amine the space hardware and officials knew but their decision to return it at this time came as a One embassy spokesman said officials had viewed the ob ject Friday and could not con firm it was an Apollo program But he added it was my impression from their report it is a whole piece of equipment and not a The Soviets said bluntly they intended to put the capsule aboard the icebreaker which was putting into the Bering Sea port of Mur mansk Saturday for three officials said subsequently First Fills Reportedly Flying to This Week WASHINGTON AP The Air Force will begin deploying its new strategic Fill to Europe this week in a move to bolster NATO Defense Department sources dis closed Two Fills will be flown to Britain this week and by the end of December a full squadron of 24 planes will have been deliv ered to the 3rd Air Force at Upper The Air Force refused to con f firm or deny the report that de would begin this The move was first announced a year ago and was to have been completed last but troubles with the controversial place delayed initial deliveries until this At the time of Its original an the Air Force said the transfer of to Britain was part at the overall plan to modernize forces in The present Fill fleet has been grounded since last December after one of the planes crashed when its wing fell The Air Force expects to have I more than 200 of the planes back in service by the end of the Each plane has been put through a series of ground tor ture tests by its General Dynamics to test wing As of last 109 planes bad completed the including 35 that have al 1 ready been returned to the Air 112Yearold Killed by Car PORT AP John Boose a 112yearold native of the Oklahoma Indian was struck and killed by a car while crossing a police Force for operational The December accident brought to 15 the number of Fills lhat have Three of seven planes sent to the Southeast Asian war zone The Fill has never flown in The bomber version of the which is going to is capable of firing nuclear Crammed with sophisticated electronic gear to enable it to penetrate enemy air the Fill is a long allweather Two 3rd Inf Div GIs Charged With Rape Germany 3rd Inf Div soldiers have been charged with rape in connection with an 22 as sault on a Schweinfurt woman at Conn Barracks A division spokesman fied the soldiers as 4 Alphonso Durham of A 2nd 30th and Billy Brown of C 2nd Both are being held in pre trial confinement in the berg they had asked Washington for permission to make the A three paragraph announce ment by Tass Friday afternoon gave the first inkling the Rus sians had any space An experimental space cap sule which was launched under the Apollo program and was found in the Bay of Biscay by Soviet fishermen will be trans ferred to it The icebreaker South wind will come to Murmansk to take the capsule on Prior to the Tass announce the embassy had an the Southwind would stop at Murmansk from Satur day through Monday to afford its crew rest and It described goodwill aspects of the visit and nothing When queried on the Tass re port an spokesman said the Soviets had taken the deci sion without notifying The Southwind is going to Murmansk for the reasons rest and and I think its a pretty good guess the commanding officer of the ship doesnt know anything about he Fallen From Space The Soviets did tell us about two weeks ago they had some thing of ours that had fallen from space and that it was in but they apparently decided without telling us to take the occasion of the South wind visit to give the hardware Another embassy spokesman added later that officials who had gone to Murmansk to greet the Southwind had seen the space equipment and taken serial which had been wired to Washington for We have told he that we would like to put it on this which is cal ling at Murmansk on other busi if it is what it appears to be and if the commanding of ficer Bomb Scare Mars Onassis Visit to Belfast Northern Ireland UPI Police searched Satur day for a bomb near where Aristotle Onassis and his lunched with ship yard workers on a flying visit to Northern An anonymous telephone call started the search and police cordoned off an area of Queen Street while the couple held a buffet luncheon for the who are building two kers for the Onassis The caller did not say which building it was in he just said it was in this part of the a senior police officer at the scene He said the caller said the bomb would go off about but that dead line passed without Went Smoothly Onassis first visit to the province and her tour of the shipyard building the tankers went The visit to Harlan and Onassis is the leading stockholder with 25 per cent of the shares mobilized a strong security force following j the nations first bombing in nine days during the Ive never seen such a place j Onassis told one i of the shipyard William during the You must be very proud of please do be careful or youll she shouted to a worker atop a I wouldnt mind as long as I could see shouted back Max his wife and his 22 yearold jetted into the shipyards airfield aboard a private plane from The security measures coin with the latest bombing one man was killed and with political meetings and soccer matches that could result in another flareup of the religious strife that has wracked the na tion for the past Alabama Parents Back Down By United Press International A federal threatening fines for contempt of con nine Alabama parents Friday they should abandon plans to fight a school dese Hobart Grooms told orders for total in of the Talladega Coun ty school using atten dance must be nailed to schoolhouse doors so that the world will take The parents were haled into court on charges of operating unauthorized schools within schools in an attempt to thwart Grooms met with them in his rather than in a formal hearing as originally and drew from them an agreement to end their Plan Rejected A federal judge in approved a plan to allow elementary stu dents in the laurel district to at tend schools closest to their In so Judge Wal ter Nixon rejected a proposal by the Department of Education and Welfare which called for pairing of all elemen tary More than 80 white charging their children were being abused by federal dese g r e g a t i o n marched through Friday to protest a in plan for elementary Peterson Named Pacific Editor TOKYO UPI Howard has been appointed the new managing editor of the GI newspaper Pacific Stars and Stripes by its William it was an Peterson succeeds John who left for Hawaii on 13 after seven years with the Peterson is a veteran news having served in various editorial positions with the Albu Journal before joining the Stars and He Is a native of but studied at the Uni versity of New where he majored in English and jour During World War II Peterson saw service in the Army Air Peterson lives with his and their two daughters outside metropolitan Udall Claims Hickel Smear WASHINGTON AP For mer Secretary of the Interior Stuart cleared by the Justice Department of conflict of charged Friday the in was instigated by present secretary Walter Hickel in a deliberate attempt to destroy his Udall also charged that Hickel deliberately leaked to the press Ruckels supposedly personal let ter to President Nixon last urging Nixon to listen to youth and the cabinet and to subdue he rhetoric of Vice President Spiro The way he treated the President was the same way he treated Udall said in an in Udall had been investigated for his approval on 1969 four days before he left office of a including a contract to Lawrence Associates of San Francisco for development of a land use plan in the Virgin Upon leaving Udall established a consulting firm in partnership with and Henry who has business interests and political connections in the Virgin Islands and who was an aide to Udall in the Interior Udall said Friday the Justice Department notified him a month ago that a yearlong in failed to develop evi dence of any wrongdoing on his He charged that Hickel started the investigation to seek revenge for what he thought was part in difficulties Hickel en countered in winning Senate con
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