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Daily News (Newspaper) - September 26, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Haynsworth J State Library Education Building HarrUsl mi A 1 Pa 17L86 Is This Another Aortas WASHINGTON UPI analysis of the Haynsworth controversy In question and answer form Q Who Is he A Clement Furman Hayris worth Jr 56 a welltodo Greenville SC lawyer the HRir generation or a long and illustrious line of South Carolina lawyers according to Sen Strom Thurmond RSC He was appointed to the 4th US Circuit Court of appeals by President Dwight D Eisenhow er 12 years ago and has been its chief judge since 1964 President Nixon nominated Haynsworth to the Supreme Court seat vacated by Abe Fortas resignation The Senate Judiciary Committee is con sidering his nomination Q Do we have another Fortas affair A Not exactly Haynsworths critics have brought up nothing to match the disclosure that cost Fortas his Supreme Court fact that he had a contract to help a charitable foundation headed by Louis Wolfson a financier later jailed for stock irregularities Fortas vs Haynsworth But there are similarities Neither man was accused of disfconesty but both are rich andcritics say their outside sources of money offend the image of judicial purity Even before the Wolfson He was disclosed the Senate denied Fortas the chief justiceship He was criticized fortaking a law school lecture fee contributed by businessmen and former clients and for advising President Lyndon B a breach of the separation of powers his critics said Haynsworth neither moon lights nor hobnobs with pres idents He has roughly million worth of stocks and bonds divided 46 companies And he made more than from a vending machine company he and a few friends started operated and finally sold Critics contend Haynsworth failed to disqualify himself from at leastj two cases in which he had a financial interest however slight or indirect On one he was accused of directly violating a canon of judicial ethics One witness said the judge also ruled on 12 cases involving former law ruled in their favor 10 of the 12 times With some exceptions the senators most disturbed by Fortas nonjudicial activities were conservatives who disliked his liberal court opinions concerning pornography strict ions on Communists civil rights and rights of criminal defendants Many Republicans didnt want to confirm a Lyndon Johnson crony just before Johnson left the White House Liberals vs Haynsworth With some exceptions Jhe senators most disturbed by Haynsworths investment con flicts are Liberals who dislike his conservative court opinions in civil rights and labor cases Many Democrats also believe Haynsworths appointment by Nixon might have been a post election payoff to Sen Thur mond Q What was the vending machine case A In 1950 Haynsworth and four Greenville friends founded Carolina Vend A Matic Co Haynsworths investment was and he was made a vice president and director The company prospered placing vending machines in textile mills and other factories By THE WEATHER Mostly cloudy and mild today High mostly in 60s Mostly cloudy and a little warmer tonight Low in tow to mid 50s Saturday considerable cloudiness and mild High mid 60s to low 70s Sundays outlook variable cloudiness and a little cooler 11963 its customers Included three mills owned by subsidia ries of Deering MilUken Corp The business totaled about a year roughly 3 per cent of Carolina VendAMatics income The same year another Deering Milliken subsidiary Darlington Manufacturing Co came before Haynsworths court in a landmark dispute with the Textile Workers The company had closed a textile mill in the wake of a labor dispute Could it do so or was it an illegal effort to strangle union organizing ef forts Haynsworth wrote the courts 3 to 2 ruling favoring the company The Supreme Court reversed it partially on information Haynsworths court did not have Critics contend Haynsworth should have disqualified himself because of the Carolina Matic business Haynsworth backed by the American Bar Association and the Justice Department argued it was a third party connection not a direct one and said he had a duty to sit on the case Haynsworth also said he did not work for Carolina VendA Matic after becoming a judge except to arrange financing and attend directors meetings He Said he instructed the firms manager to avoid telling customers of his connection and sold his share for after complaints about the Darlington case made his interest known Q What was the Brunswick case A On Nov 10 1967 Haynsworth and two other judges heard lawyers argue a dispute between Brunswick Corp and a Charleston SC landlord over 10 sevenyearold bowling lanes and plnsetters The bowling alley proprietor had defaulted on both its payments to Brunswick and its rent to the landlord The judges agreed that afternoon to uphold a lower courts decision It gave the landlord the rent he had lost so far but not that for the rest of the lease period and gave Brunswick the used bowling equipment Judge Harrison L Winter was assigned to write the decision Haynsworth said he promptly forgot the matter On Dec 15 his stockbroker recom mended B r u n s w i c k stock Haynsworth agreed and the broker brought him worth Dec 26 When Winter circulated his Contd on Page 2 THE DAILY VOL 48 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1969 NO 204 2000 White Workers Battle Blacks Students In Sharp Clashes Church In Period Of Challenge Old House Damaged In Blaze Jury Seated pOpe Paul Marks For Trial Tt in Chicago72nd Birthday Mental Health 9 Persons Center Plans Night Hours A brick dwelling at loss estimated at about modeled by the owner William firemen were called Mills south of Mount Unionywas hit The brick dwelling more oWrwaji betagre Wilson Mount Union R D Mount Union and CHICAGO jury ol 10 women arid two men will hear the trial of eight radicals charged with conspiracy to Conven Fire Hits Old Shirley Twp House Defective wiring was blamed for a fire which caused about damage iasf night to one of the oldest dwellings in Augh wick Valley south of Mount Union Firemen from Mount Union and Newton Hamilton fought the stubborn blaze in the 2 V4story sevenroom brick dwelling owned by William D and Francis W Wilson of Mount Union R DL The house more than 100years old was being remodeled by the Wilsons and it was not tenanted at the time but was partially furnished A new heating plant had just been installed a Dew bath had been completed andother major repairs were well under Mount Union Fire Chief Fred B Appleby Jr estimated the loss at between and and established the cause of the flre which started in the floor joists on the first floor The fire spread via a beat duct to the attic of the old home which is located at historic Augh wide Mills four miles south of Mount Union in Shirley Town ship The fire did not through the roof Wilson told Fire Chief Apple Lone Money Bill Passed By Solons Sen Scott Raps Congress Record WASHINGTON UPI Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott RPa said Thursday the 91st Congress has the worst record of any Congress in more than 40 years on passage of appropriations bills Its never been this bad the senator said Panel was seated ThursV day with unusual haste despite defense objections that US District Court Judge Julius J Hoffman wants to force a jury down our Opening statements were to be presented today VATICAN CITY UPI Pope Paul VI turned 72 today faced with a worldwide upheaval inside the Roman Catholic Church on issues ranging from birth control to priestly celibacy Gold and Lwhite Vatican flags fluttered 7 above St basilica but above principal to c Giovanni Arrested By Police CHICAGO Twothou sand white construction work ers beat blacks who tried to enter a federal hearing on job discrimination Thursday fought police marched into the Loop persons desiring help with perdrinking beer and singing Goo H B Rosenfeld executive di rector announced today the In auguration of night hours start ing Oct 1 for the Mental Health Center of Juniata Valley located at 327 Perm Street Huntingdon These hours will be for those social and family prtibleins Peters basilica but above durine usual working churches p Giovanni OBattista Theevenings Evolved for Hunt Montini who was ordained a County wjJTbethesecpnd priest May 29 1920 at Brescia third and fourth Monday even Li northern Italy his home of each month from The Pope was too busy to Pm to10 pm Appointments take any significant note of his may be made by 6435460 birthday He has been working on Thursday or 2485481 Monday Ojpfens On Saturday No matter what the weather tomorrow will be An Indian Summer dayin Huntingdon when on plans for the World Synod of tnrougn Bless America and confronted radical for the Chicago Eight At one heady moment some ofthe workers clambered atop Pablo Picassos story up by ironwork Only one appropriations is responsible for the treasury and post office has failure to heed presidential urg been sent to the White House ing Federal departments have been Scott ancl Sen Richard S operating under special conSchweiker RPa held a joint gressional resolutions providing news conference the day after advance spending since the fisScotts election as GOP Senate cal year began July 1 leader Both men spent consid Asked if he felt the Demoerable time congratulating each crats were responsible for the other for Scotts success slow activity Scott replied Schweiker was his campaign The Democratic controlled Contd on Page 6 County Has Plenty Of Deer Archery Season Opens Thursdays sessions included the Standing Stone Garden Club presents its first flower show for the community Scheduled to open at 2 oclock at the Huntingdon Arts Center on Arts Alley the show will feature artistic arrangements in terpreting the autumn theme and horticultural specimens of an nuals perennials bulbs corms and tubers roses shrubs trees and herbs A special section will be devoted to house plants Mrs Donald Miller Mrs John Port and Mrs Richard Wisotz key are cochairmen for the show which is open to the public at no charge The horticultural divisions of the show are open not only to club members but to all amateur repetition of sharp clashes between defense attorneys and the 74yearpld jurist William Kunstler one of a battery of defense lawyers reacted to Hoffmans dramatic reading of a summary of indictments Before your honor con said after the reading of the first count I must object to his reading of the indictment in a manner in which Orson Welles would read the Declaration of Indepen dence The judge replied he was flattered by counsels compar ing me to Orson Welles Mr Welles is one of the great Bishops opening Oct 11 the second such meeting in T churchs history MlllCrS HaVC The Pope also has been occupied with the conduct of the affairs of the church which Is going throughTTt1 series of authority and its Millers of Huntingdon reports a worldwide ges of its actors of the theater I gardeners and the cochairmen appreciate the compliment but the request is denied Hoffman also refused defense motions to dismiss for cause a Contd on Page 6 Archery hunting for deer a rapidly growing sport will get underway In Pennsylvania one hpif hour before sunrise on Sat break urday September 27 Field reports indicate that the deer population in Huntingdon by that the loss to the property County appears slightly smaller is covered by insurance There than last year but still plenti no insurance on the conful to satisfy the most ardent tents Contd on Page 6 At Rockhill Church Sets Dedication bowman Supervisor William A Hodge expresses the desire that arch ers concentrate on areas where farmers seek relief from crop damage Not only would sports men be doing the farmers a favor but they would also be more than likely to encounter heavier whitetails sporting larger antlers There will be 30 hunting days n ill Unit educational ular season closes on cellaneous durlne the regular archery deer season statewide The re g The new unit of the Church of the EreFriday October 31 one day be tfaren located on Valley and Oak Streets Rockhill FMrnacewillbe Hunting hours for bowmen will be from onehalf hour sunrise until sunset Archers are permitted to taie one dear of either sex regard less of size If a hunter bags a deer during the archery season he is not permitted to take an other whitetail during the reg ular gunning season Last year some 130000 arch ers reported taking 2747 white tails There are more bowmen in Pennsylvania than In any other state In addition to a regular resl dent or nonresident hunting li cense an archery license is re quired to hunt deer with bow and arrow Archery licenses are available from c o u nty treasurers designated archery license issuing agents or from the Department of Revenue Mis License Division An archery license 700 Loss r A In Crash At have extended a warm welcome to all flower growers of the area to bring their best specimens to enter In the show Contain ers for horticultural specimens will be furnished Entries will be received at the arts center from to Contd on Page 3 tenets outstanding results inthe 196970 The Popes handling of issues United Fund Campaign such as birth control and Thomas B Snyder and Tom organizational reform has made Zook served as Employee Chair him one of the most criticized men for the successful Inplant pontiffs of modern times campaign It was a little more than a For the first time in the his year ago that lie denounced all tory of the firm Millers have artificial forms of birth control achieved 100 per cent partlcipa Disturbed by the criticism tion of their employees number and the controversy Pope Paul ing 92 presently The employees has frequently referred to the contributed a record total of ferment within the church in for the benefit of the speeches over the past year eleven health and welfare agen sometimes in dramatic terms cies In the United Fund which In extending its annual is a 50 per cent increase over birthday greeting to the Pope last years giving record the Vatican newspaper LOsser Though many cash contribu vatore Romano avoided direct tions are accepted Millers mention of the criticism heartily endorsed payroll deduc LOsservatore Romano hailed tion as the most efficient way Contd on Page 6 Contd on Page 6 Five persons four of them policemen were injured and nine persons were arrested Six of those arrested were blacks attacked by the workers Police said four shots were fired by a black man No one was injured by gunfire Whites Against Black The white workers began gathering at am Thurs day at the US Customs Building just southwest of the Loop where the US Labor Department hadset a hearing Contd on Page 6 opening of the general Suldaynunt iff Harrtsburg costs Rainfall and ideal growing con ditions have produced rather hish vegetation this year and sports men are cautioned that visibility will be greatly reduced durlngthe early part of the season Both whttetails and other hunters will be difficult to spot and bowmen Contd on Page 6 Two cars were damagedatotal of last evening in an acci dent on East Shirley Street In Mount Union One of the ve hicles was demolished but no person was injured in the pm crash Sgt Lawrence Knable Jr said J Ralph Royer 57 First Street WtUiamsburg was westbound on East Shirley operating a 1966 Dodge coupe Donald Clinton Varher22Mc Veytown R D was northbound on Greene Street and he pulled onto East Shirley hitting the Royer vehicle on the left side As a result of the im pact the Dodge went into a spin and crashed into a utility pole at the Petron Coal Yard Sgt Knable said the bodge was damaged its full value Damage to Varners car was set at Varnef will arrested for pulling from the South Greene Street intersection and hitting the Royer vehicle In Lieu Of Taxes Housing Authority Pays Huntingdon County yesterday received inlieu of taxes for three housing protects Craw ford Apartments in Huntingdon and Chestnut Terrace and Greene Street Village In Mount Union Two checks one for for the Huntingdon project and another for for the two Mount Union projects were pre sented to the Huntingdon County Commissioners by Gerald E Hudson executive director of the Huntingdon County Housing Authority Presentation of the checks took place at the regular weekly meet ing of the county board Chair man Gordon W Havers to ck ac cepted the checks while Conunls sloners Henry C McCamant and Contd on Page 3 INSIDE THE NEWS Dodge Coupe Demolished In Accident This 1966 Dodge coupe owned by J Ralph Royer 57 Wllllamsburg was demolished in an accident last night In Mount Union Royer escaped Injury in the crash Driver of the other car was arrested Mount Union police estimated total damage In accident at Ami Landers 12 Building Page10 Classified Ads 12 13 Comics 11 Courthouse Roundup 10 Crossword 13 Farm Pagel 9 Obituaries1 2 On Stage Live 8 Society andiJClub v 7 Sports vV Televislon Programs 8 9 0 ;