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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - April 10, 1987, Bedford, Pennsylvania 4 april 1987 Bedford old picture album inquirer Assn 04772000 combined with the Everett Republican established 1812 serving Bedford county faithfully for 173 published every thursday by the inquirer printing 424 West Penn second class postage paid at subscription rates per year in per year member of the National editorial association affiliated with the Pennsylvania newspaper publishers and the society of Pennsylvania newspaper editors Milligans cause by Ned Frear continued from last tried before a military court on charges of aiding the inciting i Surrec disloyal and of a violation of the Laws of had been sentenced to his Appeal reached the supreme last to speak for Milligan was Jeremiah once judge in later a member of Buchanan Black was an arc Democrat in a time of Republican the chief Justice was Salmon former Secretary of the the governments Case was presented by attorney general Joshua who had been in lincolns Cabinet with and the approved All necessary measures to punish Lincoln had suspended Hareas Milligans chances were in judge Black he appeared like one of King Johns angry exclaimed senator Edgar who had reappeared upon the Earth to punish a violation of the Magna Charta and the Bill of rights with his he lifted the Case to higher made Freedom his made the great cause of constitutional Liberty hang by the slender thread of Milligans wrote his William May it please your judge Black i am not afraid that you will underrate the importance of this it concerns the rights of the whole such questions have generally been settled by but since the beginning of the world no Battle has Ever been lost or won upon which the liberties of a nation were so distinctly staked As they Are on the result of this argue the pen that writes the judg ment of the court will be mightier for Good or evil than any sword that Ever was wielded by mortal he turned the govern ments argument Back against military courts were not Only not needed where civil courts were but they were not cons Titu and Good Only for if the fundamental principles of american Liberty Are and we Are driven behind the inner Walls of the Constitution to defend we can repel the assault Only with those same old weapons which our ancestors used a Hundred years you must not think the worse of our Armor because it happens to be old fashioned and looks a Little Rusy from Long the governments when turned into Plain said judge Means this and this Only that when the Constitution is attacked upon one its official guardians May assail it upon the other when rebellion strikes it in the they May take advantage of the blindness produced by the blow to sneak behind it and Stab it in the he conceded that authority might be i do not deny that hireling clergy have often been found to disgrace the pulpit that court sycophants and party Hacks have written Many and perhaps Large volumes those but Chers that feed upon garbage and fatten upon the offal of the Are always ready to bark at whatever interferes with the Trade of their if this government of Jeremiah Black rumbled has no powr to defend itself without violating its own it carries the around town seeds of destruction in its own bosom it is a staggering and the sooner it tumbles Over the he spoke two without he spoke of As a faint hearted country of the emperor and of Herod of and of he spoke of implied used to justify the use of military he begged the court to deny that train of do not take what is neither expressed nor implied for that is not construction but he we stand upon the outer limits of the Constitution and implore you not to Cross that and then he closed while they Are utterly powerless to even a Shadow of military courts will be omnipotent to trample upon to gag the to silence to crush the liberties of the they will always be organized to and the conviction will follow the accusation As surely As night follows the the govern of will accuse none before such a commission except those whom it predetermined to ruin and the accuser can choose the and will certainly select those who Are known to be the most the most and the most ready to do whatever May please the Power which gives them promotion and the willing witness can be found As easily As the super serviceable the treacherous and the base in former those loathsome Wret Ches who do they lying by the Job will Stock such a Market with Abun Dant perjury for the authorities that employ them will be bound to protect As Well As Reward a corrupt and tyrannical with such an engine at its will Shock the world with the enormity of its plied As it May be by the acts of a malignant and urged on by the madness of a raving it will be worse than the popish plot or the French revolution it will be a Combina Tion of with Fouque Estinville on the and Titus Gates in the witness you can save us from this horrible you alone can deliver us from the body of this to that fearful extent is the destiny of this nation in your the Republican supreme court announced in three weeks a remarkably Short time that Milligan had been illegally it unanimously held that All military commissions authorized by the presidents to try civilians in areas where civil courts were open were a majority went even they declared that neither the president nor Congress had the Power Ever to legalize military except in the actual theater of where civil courts were Clos of was judge Blacks whole but it took such a willing to stand up in a hostile and Able to in ringing and memorable that the Constitution must be the Day Jeremiah Black argued sex Parte Milligan was one of the constitutions greatest and bed Ford can take a Small measure of Pride that judge Black began his no ble career in the court room this Community still Chestnut Ridge Honor Roll those named to the Honor Roll at Chestnut Ridge senior High school for the fourth six weeks Are the following High honors Tammy Allison and Colleen Honchi Carissa Peggy Roxanne Travis Paul Beth Tom Wendy Gall Kelly Connle Kevin Melissa Jason Keith Christine Trunette Wendy Lori Steven Sharon Shade 10 High honors Jonathan Carolyn Corey honors Brenda Amy William Jeremy Tonga Mike Linda Ronnie Amy Chad Theresa Amy me Cathy Crystal Kelly Terry Amy Amy Wendy Grade i High honors Teressa Kim Sonja Angle Keith honors Dallas Tracy Kristy Penny Joann Tommy Adrian Richard Cheryl Missy Kevin Bill Jim Obadee High honors Tammy Linda George Rachel honors Tracy Mike Holly Lorle Jane Cindi Patrick Bonnie Kelly Bobby to Daniel dense Melissa Oldham William Trlla Tom Shelley the United states took Possession of the Panama canal zone in the family of David Ami Matlie Koncs of the Loysburg area the older couple in the Center of the photo gathered for this photo Many years the youngsters seated in front Are Clara David Koons and Martha second Row Sam and Fannie Henry with David and Roy and Koncs with Blair and Maggie this picture of Aaron Cornell Calhoun of Monroe township was taken about he was a voice teacher and Herh his first wife was Barbara they had eight children Mary Ann Rachel Sarah Julia Almira and who died in his second wife was Diana Clark and they had nine children Mariali Hulda Bertha Hite Elizabeth Horton and three who died in the last of the children was who died in a month before her 97th Aaron Calhoun was born May and died july he and Many of his family Are buried at Hock a local resident is looking for information about the parents of Barbara Calhoun first anyone with such information can Contact Velma route Box Hoover beside them John and Emma Koontz with Alma and Back Row Nannie and Emanuel Koonts with baby Mary Dan and Annie Koontz Delilah Maggie Amanda Wisler and Sam Wisler is behind the group at right Charles Moore was in his Early 20s when this photo was the in Lerton resident celebrated his 91st birthday March the photo was submitted by deed transfers Orville Conner of Everett stands beside one of his Toyal transportation the business grew into a Fleet of becoming misstate freight lines u the Conner died March James to George Providence two Harry to Karen Lee Woodbury Margaret Miller to Margaret a West Clair Letty Bashioum to Kathrine Londonderry Clarence to j Clarence Providence Richard Albert Gibson to James Monroe Gladys Wachter to James Woodbury Faye Azami to Lee Monroe Harold to Michael Clari Hugo to Mary Bedford Charles to Charles Southampton Central Bank to Scotty Kimmel Terry to Madeline Flook Bedford Robert Charles to Robert Londonderry Galen to Paul Providence Donald to Richard Bedford Donald to Joseph John Clair William Shauf to William Hopewell Robert to Julia Snake Spring Ellis to Jeanpierre Monroe Harvey to Donald Bedford Laura formerly to Antonion Broad top John to Harry Providence Rodney to Judy Clair open your own Beautiful shoe store Lott chm he hew All first Quality Over 200 top name Over 1500 Gloria Vanderbit 9 West t Evan Picone Andrew Geller t Claiborne t Captuo Bande Liono t Bass Iare traps Calico Reebok stride rite t Buster Brown candies la gear Cherokee Florsheim t Freeman t bps Tonan and Many to includes beginning and grand opening Call today prestige fashions

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