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Cumberland News, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland news saturday May 27 1972 litigant ends court Case with shootout two big is convicted for blinding girl 17 57yearoid Man is being held for murder 6a6ville Calif county District attorney Kinneth Leach said Friday he would seek a grand jury indictment against Minward Owen Rutherford 57 a suspect in a courtroom shootout that killed an attorney and left a judge and a woman wounded Rutherford was arrested for investigation of murder and two counts of attempted murder attorney Perry Farmer 46 father of two children was shot in the Back of the head thursday with a 3scaliber ref Tver held six inches away he was presenting his Side in a complicated civil Case Over a longstanding feud Between Rutherford family and the family of Karolyn Garrick Rutherford was the defendant Only three Days ago Farmer a prominent Oroville attorney remarked to a sheriffs Deputy the Way things Are going today an attorney can be shot at any time Superior court judge Jean m6r6ny was slightly wounded in the right Arm when he tried to bar the courtroom door As the assailant fled Rutherford was mated behind Farmer and allegedly fired the shot at Point Blank Range the injury Morony ran Tir Bugh the courthouse Hall warning others of the danger Eug suspect the he fun Karolyn Garrick a said after shot Farmer will reduce lending rate new York major new York Banks announced Friday hey were reducing their floating prime lending rate to 5 per cent amid Specular Tion that further cuts below this1 level might be in the offing first National City Bank the nations second largest com Mercial Bank said Friday it was cutting its prime rate Vii per cent to 5 per cent effective monday and Irving Trust co 13th largest announced a v4 per cent drop to 5 per cent effective tuesday these moves were seen by some Bankers As an indication of a More general Cut in the prime rate already at 5 per cent at most commercial Banks the level of the prime rate is in the Long run reflected in interest charges for consumer Loans Bankers speculated that cur rent Money Market conditions would bring a temporary de Dine in the rate lasting Only a few weeks and that it would then begin rising again Short term rates have been falling recently because the us Treasury whose Cash Posi Tion has been much better in recent weeks has been Selling fewer Treasury Bills this has pushed up the Price of the Bills and Cut interest charges other Short term rates have tended to follow suit Citibank and Irving Trust have their prime in Terest they charge their most c r e d i vow o r t h y corporate by the associated press directly to Short w1tnessed courtroom judge Lucian Vandegrift was pre siding in an Oroville Calif courtroom when witnesses said a Man involved in a civil lawsuit pulled a hand gun and began firing an attorney was killed and two other people sustained minor injuries judge Vandegrift was not hit a Cyclone Heads up East coast my Virginia plaintiff in Rutherford broken by the suit against her Arm was Bullet that lodged in Chest she was in fair condition Friday Ernest Reynolds who was on the witness stand at the time o the shooting ran into the hallway after the suspect Reynolds picked up a Stool Ewing it at the suspect by a missed then he grabbed the suspects gun Arm while he a to tying to reload and a Deputy sheriff and a Bailiff subdued the Man witnesses said official tally changes District Choice Baltimore a the official stunt from the Republican primary in the third con Gressional District has Given Robert d Morrow a two vote Victory Over Tadeuz Ploskon who held a 16vbte Edge in unofficial returns May 16 Morrow with 1862 votes i run against rep Paul Sar Banes did who polled mor than votes i swamping three opponents in the demo cratic primary in the Baltimore District you Are invited to worship Church of Chris 211 s St 7298879 Cumberland Maryland sunday Herald of truth am radio program wtboam1450kc Bible study am worship service am evening service pm tuesday Bible study pm retires from Nasa or Wernher von Braun German born rocket expert said Friday he is retiring As Deputy associate administrator of the National aeronautics and space administration effective july 1 he plans to go into private Industry a rocket expert Dlan Stojin Fairchild co Washington apr Vernier von Braun Pioneer pocket expert announced Fri a he is resigning from the us space Agency to join Pri a Cyclone with Gale winds and gusts up to Hurricane strength of 75 Miles per hour turned up the Atlantic from North Carolinas Cape fear to Chincoteague a Friday the us weather service Aid the storm was expected to Pound the North Carolina Vir inia coast through saturday and perhaps through the entire weekend the subtropical cyclones maximum sustained winds of 45 o 55 Mph caused rough seas cavy surf and Wella Rovenor Mal tides Beach erosion was expected to be moderate to severe in some areas tides were expected to run to to four feet above Normal on Albemarle and Pamlico sounds some flooding was sex i cited in Lowling areas at Imes of High tide Friday eve Ning especially on the outer Janks the subtropical Cyclone was expected to remain entered 225 Miles South of Cape Hatteras no through Early saturday Gale Force winds extended 300 Miles to the North of the storms Center Small Craft warnings were up Friday eve Ning from Jacksonville Fla to Cape May no the weather service warned swimmers that the storm is causing Strong undertow Anc possibly riptide along the beaches the seas and surf Wil continue to remain rough even after the winds begin Dimin term Money Market rates As these rates change so do the floating primes which Are re viewed periodically other Banks prime with so called rates adjust their rates administratively in Accord with changes in Money Market conditions and other factors such As loan demand the prime rate has generally been climbing since March five firemen Hurt at Blaze in or engineering at Fairchild industries which is developing advanced scientific satellite or launch in 1973 and 1975 he retires from a desk to Ishing said the weather service Holiday continued from Page 1 sunday monday Observance the associated press counted 553 deaths the highest traffic toll for a three Day Observance of me Morial Day was 597 in the highest for any three Day warm weather Holiday was 688 the highest traffic toll for a three Day Observance of me Morial Day Vas 597 in 1969 the highest for any three a Baltimore a five firemen were injured Friday lighting a stubborn six alarm Laze that destroyed five build Ings in East Baltimore authorities said that four o the firefighters were Hurt when a Wall of one of the two Story structures collapsed none o he five men was reported to be seriously injured the fire department said arson was being investigated As possible cause for the Blaze which broke out in the firs floor rear of an abandoned building and raged through a adjoining liquor store and Rool ing materials warehouse the Blaze broke out at Abou pm and quickly went t six alarms smoke from the fire could b seen for several Miles in the Clear Spring weather Baltimore awarded million by us for mass transit ate Industry starting july vill become a 1 von Braun vice presiden Cut her eyes out so she could not identify theft St Louis to circuit court jury Friday found Johnnie Lee Brooks guilty o blinding a 17yearold baby Sitter because she witnessed a theft the jury found the 30yearold a convict guilty of assault with intent to maim with malice aforethought it also found him guilty of first degree robbery in theft that allegedly netted in Brooks was accused of finding Wilria Chestnut so that he could not identify him As he Man who took a record layer and tape recorder from he apartment where she was babysitting the states key witness Earl Harper 16 testified that Brooks told him he broke drinking Glass and stabbed her eyes out Harper also testified hat Brooks told him one thing about it she wont i looking at no pictures in his closing arguments prosecutor Henry j Fredericks or his voice rising frequently with emotion said the damage has been done he pointing to Brooks a com wished what he set out to do because wll Rha wont be looking at any pictures she wont be coking at anything ii it Normal for a Man to Cut out anybody yes even the eyes of a dog Frederick asked the 11man on woman jury defense attorney Richart Wuestling said in his closing argument there no question about this being a terrible crime but it would be brainstorming space buses Anill Lousana times worse to sen Washington Urban mass transit administration said Friday it has awarded 54951482 to the Mary land mass transit administration to Aid in the Purchase of the privately owned Baltimore transit co Secretary of transportation John a Volpe said a previous Moon cities for the National and space admin stration where his title is Dep Uty associate administrator for Banning developed Buzz bombs the reasons for his departure Arent Clear he said in a Brief printed statement that he wants o help implement some space projects i feel Are of particular importance but didst say Inhat they were a spokesman at Fairchilds Lead quarters in Germantown my said that the satellite pro Gram is part of the reason heis joining the firm but not All of it von Braun born 60 years ago in Warsitz Germany is a giant in the history of military and peacetime rockets while still a Young student four decades ago he shot a rocket More than a mile into the air before his 33rd birth Day he had developed the v2 rocket bomb for Hitler at the end of world War ii he evaded capture by the soviet Union and came to the United states where he became a citizen in this country he built Militar rockets and later the Saturn Moon rocket visualizes Moon Colony when the Saturn project ended two years ago von Braun left his laboratories at the mar shall space flight Center in Huntsville Ala and came to Washington his Job simply put was to Point out directions for future american space exploration he has said he expects to wac on the Moon himself in another Way an innocent Man we didst do it miss Chestnut who now trends the Missouri school of he Blind was not in the courtroom for fridays Estimo y and closing arguments she testified wednesday Rooks bad choked her until so Assed out when she Awa ened she said she was Blind Grant of Early in i Colony decade when he will be Abou 70 he has predicted that Spac shuttles such As the one endorsed earlier this year b president Nixon will Fly humans into space with As Little fuss As jetliners now Fly them Between cities before the Yea 2001 he says the first Bab will be born in a future Moo warm weather Holiday was 688 made a Lublic ownership of at labor Dav of 1968 10 am to 10 pm tubs to sat closed Sun men Zanes stereo a ii 507 Narl Hwy next to Queen class in Lavale car stereo specialists installation repair hundreds of 8track tapes All at super prices come in and see Ross or Duane or Call 7227974 the company possible an Gold hits averted the possibility of a transportation crisis in More Volpe said service in the City has greatly improved under Public ownership since the Ini tial Grant he said the number of passengers has increased 2 London pric of Gold climbed to a Recor High on the London free Marke Friday at an ounce the new record Price exceed per cent in the last two yearned 45 cents an ounce the reversing the Ward trend previous Down official visit Tokyo Secretary of the army Robert f Froehlke arrived in Japan thursday for a fou Day tour of american military installations Froehlke was to Call on officials of the japanese army and defense Agency before leaving for Taiwan i a thought for today a committee is a group that keeps minutes and loses hours Anonymous presented As a Public service by Cumberland own first Federal previous record of set o May 17 the investors chronicle Magazine predicted there would b no reversal of the Supply demand equation which a pushed the Price of Gol steadily higher for the Pas year and caused it to spurt the past month on ail available evidence estimates of a free Marke Price of an ounce by the end of this decade seem to b decidedly conservative it said in Frankfurt the Gold pric Rose by 50 cents Friday t an ounce but did no reach a record High Swiss Gold dealers Sai trading was fairly Active Zurich and he final Price ther was an ounce at on stage during the trading Day hit but these prices wer below the recently record High in Paris the Gold Price mov to an ounce from thursdays the Cumberland news published Dally except sunday the times and Alleg Anian company 79 South Mechanic Street cum Berland my Loc per copy by Carrier we weekly Mali subscriptions for Maryland Pennsylvania West Al Rizou Virginia and District Fly Columbia s250 one month s1400 six months one year other states one month on year second class postage paid at Cam Cumberland my checking process mrs Richard m Nixon views a watchmaker at work during her visit yesterday to Moscow watch factory she was a guest of the factory later during a Tea break and presented the manager with a Mickey mouse watch made in the Usa a photo fax via Cable from test Pilot flies plane by computer Edwards air Force ease Calif test Pilot Las flown for 50 minutes a modified p8 Jet fighter entirely controlled by a computer the Pilot civilian Gary e Krier manipulated the during the test thursday but the computer considered this Only one of Many inputs in determining the flight path of the plane the system was developed by the National aeronautics and space administration for the Apollo lunar module the system May provide smoother flights reduce the size of Large structural Pirts increase Load capacity and make the pilots Job easier Nasa says Pentagon is dropping Draff of physicians Washington a on to see if the pay Pentagon said Friday it is drop Ping the doctor draft for the coming year however or Richard s Wilur the defense departments health director said it May be necessary to draft medical men again before the current Selec Tive service Law is due to die in mid1973 that Wilbur said will de Pend on whether Congress passes a Bill offering a s200a month increase in special pay and retention bonuses of up to for military doctors dentists and other medical men Wilbur said the decision to do without any further drafting for the year ahead was made pos sible by a number of factors he said the reduced size of the armed forces requires fewer physicians Young doctors who received government pay for medical education and were deferred from military duty Are now being called up and Sev eral military doctors Are Bonus Bill will pass Wilbur said 1531 medical doctors were drafted during this fiscal year that ends july 1 Riding lessons now Lora Lee arabians Keyser w a 7880269 morning classes 8 am or 11 am monday through Friday Register now through june 14 Catherman business school 123 s Centre St 7240966 Cumberland my 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