European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 16 1968, Page 5

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 16, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseM Friday february 16, 1968 the stars and strips Page 5 ashamed that i hanged four,9 cries sex gov. Annapolis my. A former Maryland Goy. Theo sure r Mckeldin broke Dow wednesday at a hearing on a Bill to abolish capital punish ment and said head allowed four prisoners to be executed during his term of office because i did t have the charac Ter to do what i should hat would eliminate the death penalty entirely. A Bill backed by gov. Spiro would permit the court of impose the death penalty discretion upon persons convicted of capital crimes for second time. One sponsored by democratic sen. Royal Hart of Prince Georges county would abolish incompletely. Hanged four people Mckeldin told the judiciary committee of the Maryland Senate his voice breaking. I yielded to the Public Clam or and May god forgive me he said covering his face with his hands. Mckeldin testifying in Favoron two alternative Bills that would abolish capital punish ment in Maryland said the vengeance that sends a Man of of this world into eternity is not ours but the lord several witnesses who favored the proposed measure preceded the former governor most of them supporting the Bil Graham drops University plan Vero Beach Fla. A evangelist Billy Graham deciding that the role of educator would be a great diversion from my preaching and worldwide crusade says he is dropping plans to build a $50 million University. Twenty two cities Over the nation have offered property and finances for the school grahams id. Graham who discussed plan for an interdenominational world University for More than a year had looked Over a 1,000-acre site for the University in Palm Beac gardens offered by millionaire Developer John d. Macarthur. Horizontal1. Feline 4. School of whales 7. Immense11. Sea of 13. Personality14. Concept 15. Buddhist dialect 18. Lamprey 17, no Short 18. Decree20. Hindu garment22. Make lace edging24. Purify 28. Propriety32. Agreed with33. Wing like 34. Wager36. Frigid 37. Flower39. Ethically 41. Whole hearted43. Negative 44. Single object 46. Cubes50. Religious service 53. Slimy Lump 55. Palmleaf m Ludwig 57. Australian bird58. Void 59. Cautious60. A color 61. Flying mammal vertical. Cod 2. Mosle summons to prayer 8. India unit of weight4. To the right"5. Matures 6. Tooth7. Defame tion8. Fuss 9. Japanese Coin 10. Label answer to yesterday s Puzzle. I average Tine of a Luton �4 Man Ute. 12. Triumph Antly 19. Sailor21. Thing Law 23. Cask 25. Heathe deity 26. Girl nickname 27. Whirlpool 28. Facts29. Hebrew month30. Summon 31. Hebrew letter 35. Weight38. Play on words 40. Fishing pole 42. Jungle beast 45. Large volume 47. Bat%8 fitzgerald49. Seasoning 50. Molt51. Candle nut tree52. Title 54. Spring sight kiddie Kar it s Cory Olson 18 months of Billings mont., and she s checking a Drivers manual. Let s see. Daddy left me inthe car while he was shopping. I flipped it in gear Rode through a red Light bumped a parked car and ended up against a restaurant Wall. They claim i m not a very Good Driver so i d better study associated press Man 87, sent letters to War victims families Susanville Calif. Up an elderly Man admitted wednesday he sent Antiwar Litera Ture to wives and mothers of american servicemen killed i Vietnam and promised to quit the just thought i d do what i can to bring peace about explained Herman l. Hummel 87, whose self styled peace crusade stirred anger in the Pentagon and the Post office department. Whooping Crane killer fined $500 Houston Tex. A a Arlington Tex., Man was fined $500 wednesday after entering plea of guilty to a charge of kill ing a whooping Crane. The few whooping cranes Leftare in danger of becoming extinct and Are protected by strict Laws. John Harold Hamilton 42, entered the plea before Federal judge Woodrow seals. The whooping Crane was shot Jan. 4 near the Arkansas wildlife Refuge. It was rushed to a veterinarian at san Antonio but was dead on arrival there. Hamilton said he and Friend shot the whooping Crane Acci dentally while Hunting Snow geese in the Gulf coast area near the cranes Winter at the Refuge and 44 were believed Mohave been there in the 1966-67 Winter season. He promised to cease his mail Ings. Hummel who described him self As an eighth Grade dropout and a part time Salesman of household goods estimated he had written 135 Antiwar letter sin recent years. He said he read newspapers to learn the names of families of War victims. Hummel lives in this High Sierra town 200 Miles North of Sacramento with his wife Lillie,72. He said he mailed the Litera Ture without intending to Stirrup dispute or create any hard feelings or i won t Send any More letters to people who be lost their Hus bands he promised. I Don twant to cause anybody any More hardship or contends the United states is fighting to exploit those Little nations in the Orient. If we Are really fighting communism Why Don t we fight Russia and China Hummel who Calls himself a political Neutral termed the Viet two doctors reprimanded for abortions Sacramento Calif. A the state Board of medical examiners publicly reprimanded two san Francisco doctors wednesday for performing abortions on women who feared German measles would deform Nam War a dirty criminal out rage being carried on for the Benefit of a few american billionaires who Are making a profit out of their doctors were charged with performing the abortion son 10 different women from 1963 through 1965 when the state sold abortion Law was in Force. That Law was changed by the1967 legislature to legalize More abortions. Year s probation the License of or. Joseph of St. Luke s Hospital in san Francisco was suspended for 90 Days. However the Board stayed the penalty and put Shively on a year s probation. Or. Seymour Smith of Hospital in san fran Cisco was Given a . Genest d. De l Arbre president of the Board said at news conference Smith was Given a lesser penalty because the Board Felt the abortions he per formed were required to save the life of pregnant women. Wee pals Newark riot area gets negro capt. Newark a Newark mayor has named a negro Cap Tain to head the police precinct which had served As the focal Point of last july s racial disorders. In a statement mayor Hugh Addonizio said he also was studying the legality of adopting another recommendation of the governor s select commission on civil disorder that a Board be set a to review civilian com plaints against police. The mayor s assignment of negro capt. Edv Ard Williams to replace capt. Charleszi Haas commander of the 4th precinct up ked protests by embers of state and Newark police fraternal orders. Boy i might become an astronaut or a scientist when graduate from school boy with report cards like this i la never get out of school what Are you going to be when graduate n x

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