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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Appleton, Wisconsin The Post Crescent 16 pages Appleton Neenah Menasha wis., saturday october 24, 1970 associated press wire service Price 15 cents Faith declaration ends reaffirm goals in 25th year a one year old s idea of heaven is probably chocolate cake with As much outside As inside. The Mother of j. J. Tradup mrs. John Tradup of Willmar minn., made up the special treat for her son s first birthday. A wire photo cities worried at potential vote of Young collegians by Elaine e. Rowlee associated press writer the Prospect that the . Supreme court May uphold lower ing the Legal voting age to 18 May cause a number of states to take a searching look at Laws a franchising College students and at the possible heightened Impact on local elections. In at least one state City government officials say then fears already have Baas. Only 17 of the 50 states have what amount to Flat restrictions against College students voting except in their Home towns either in person or by Absentee ballot. Mississippi even bars ballots by mail. All the rest of the states Laws usually hedged with length of residence requirements and sometimes proof of intent to establish permanent allow College students to vote where they go to school. Minimum age most states have a minimum voting age of 21. Congress How Ever has passed a Law lower ing the voting age to 18 and its constitutionality is being tested in court. The . Constitution says states shall determine qualifications of their voters. Residence qualifications vary from state to state usually six months to a year in the state 30 Days to four months in the county and mostly 30 Days in the voting precinct. Enfranchised University of Wisconsin students say they Al ready have thrown our weight around in the affairs of the City of Madison and it May result in restrictive legislation some City officials say. Despite what he termed Rig Orous interpretation of wis Consin s registration Laws Eldon Hoel Madison City clerk said some students were registered As having met the require ment to prove they re not temporary residents people who Are married or have no support from the folks Back 3 Council members although they Are but one ninth of Madison s electorate the students have elected three of the 22 members of the City Council. These aldermen blocked a City Bank loan and Alderman Paul Soglin a 25 by year old Law student said we have to throw our weight around. The other councilmen think we re just a Bunch of talkers who have no programs. With More Young people voting and getting elected you la get saner local planning and a cleaner but state rep. F. James Sensenbrenner co chairman of a legislative committee reviewing elections took a different View. He predicted the next Wisconsin legislature will require students to vote in their Home towns. Sensenbrenner said we Don t want a College town to be saddled for example with a Large school Bond debt by the votes of transient students who have no roots in the Wisconsin is not the Only place where student voting is viewed with alarm. A campaigner for the 18-year old vote in Connecticut said he Hopes there la be no move to ease further the restrictions of that state s Constitution. Edward Forand jr., an Organ Izer of the movement to lower Connecticut s voting age said most people Are tremendously fearful of the possibility of Young people getting the vote in their area and perhaps dramatically swaying elections. There is no Campaign Here and would t dream of encouraging one. People Are scared enough As it permanent residence in some states that permit a collegian to Register As a voter in the College town officials rely on administrative regulations and tests of an applicant s in tent to establish permanent residence. While he was assistant Arkan Sas attorney general Thomas Glaze ruled such intent should be demonstrated by owning property paying taxes and establishing a residence. Some local authorities in in Diana have threatened to prosecute students who claimed permanent residence and registered to vote if they continue to drive personal cars registered and licensed in another state. Even among the states that Al Low students to vote where they go to school there Are special requirements on establishing residence. Those who live in col lege dorms or fraternity houses for example cannot establish voting residence in College towns of Texas Pennsylvania and Michigan and Are consid ered suspect in Minnesota. United nations . A a declaration condemn ing colonialism and calling for an end to the arms race was ready for passage by the Gener Al Assembly today As the 25th anniversary Observance of the United nations Drew to a close. Action on the declaration of Faits in the United nations and its goals closed out the 10-Day commemorative session at which 18 Heads of state 24 chiefs of government and 44 other for eign tribute to the world forum. Its final form was hammered out in a lengthy nighttime ses Sion that ended Early Friday. The most controve1 Sial sections of the 12-Point document were paragraphs 6 and 7 Deal ing with Portugal s african col onies and South Africa s system of apartheid or racial segregation. Both delegations thought the sections were too Strong but the Independent african states contended they were not Strong enough. Vote demanded stung by the attack on its administration of Angola Mozambique and portuguese Guinea Portugal called for a vote on the colonialism Section. South Afri Ca then demanded a vote on the entire declaration so it could record its dissent. Portugal s demand was Defeated 58-13 with 14 abstentions and South Africa was persuade to withdraw its motion on grounds its dissent would be reflected in the record of the de Bate. In addition to the Appeal for limitation of weapons the Deola ration also hailed the . Second development decade now beginning and urgent Friendly relations in the Worl Community and a United fight against pollution of the Environ ment. World leaders the High Point of the Celebration came Friday when British prime minister Edward Heath emperor Haile Selassie o Ethiopia prime minister Indira Gandhi of India and presiden Nixon took the Rostrum in the great Blue and Gold Assembly Hall within hours of each other Many of Nixon s remarks were aimed directly at the Lead ers of the soviet Union represented at the anniversary ses Sion by foreign minister Andre a. Gromyko. Nixon proposed that the two superpowers work together to defeat hunger Anc disease and human abandoning the old patterns o Power mrs. Gandhi the first speaker of the Day urged the United nations to use fully the loyalty and support of the nonaligned nations and also the inmost de sire for peace which exists in the Peoples of All in a major policy speech Heath predicted that the 1970s will be a decade in which civil Mixon talk May yield nothing big 4 to press for Extension of cease fire Washington a a vet eran Diplomat s Crisp remark summed up what Many believe Oday about prospects for presi Dent Nixon s bid for peaceful .-soviet Competition to improve world conditions. Paul Henri Spaak of Belgium resident of the United nations general Assembly s first ses Sion in 1946, was asked if Nix on s Appeal to the Vered in a . Speech Friday Likely to Lead to anything. Not immediately and not Spaak said. It s a Long the top Moscow representative at the . S 25th anniversary session foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko was strict y noncommittal. I want to study it thorough Gromyko said of Nixon s speech. He added we Are still firmly for expected Little Nixon himself clearly did not expect any speedy development wiping out what he portrayed As lie Post world War to pattern of Jig Powers jockeying for Maxi mum advantage in every Situa Ion. He said the deep .-soviet differences have caused much turn to Page 2, col. 2 of the the most grievous troubles and improved relations Between the two superpowers Are needed to Lay a base for global peace. Nixon said the nuclear super states should abandon the old patterns of Power politics for a new Road. He added i invite the leaders of the so Viet Union to join us in taking that new join in a peaceful Competition not in the accumulation of arms but in the dissemination of Progress not in the building of missiles but in waging a winning War against hunger and disease and human misery in our own countries and around the curb differences the president cited four incentives for Washington and Moscow to curb their differences the danger of nuclear Exchange the huge arms Burden the potential economic gain from expanding .-soviet Trade and pressing economic and social needs of others around the world. He dwelt Only briefly on specific current crises. He called on the big two Powers to work for peace in the Mideast rather than risk nuclear confrontation. On Vietnam he said let us agree to a cease fire and Degoti i ate a for the 127-nation ., Nixon endorsed eight endeavours rang ing from foreign Aid to Popula tion control. Among them was an Appeal to the world body to press for Observance of the Neva codes on prisoners of War. J the United states says Hanoi and the Viet Cong Are not living up to the Geneva rules for fair treatment of War prisoners. Favourable comment Nixon received Only routine applause from the standing room Only gathering of foreign dignitaries in the Assembly Hall alter he finished his 23-minute televised address but much of the comment favourable. Praise came from India s for eign minister from Lesotho s prune minister from the Turk ish ambassador and from West Germany s . Observer. Comments from israeli and egyptian envoys stressed their rival positions on the Mideast is sue. Nixon will Host a White House dinner tonight for Heads of state attending the . Anniversary ceremonies. Birth control Pill brands discontinued after tests Washington a two leading brands of Oral contraceptives Are being discontinued because some dogs Given High doses developed tutors. The food and drug administration said however there is no evidence linking the two brands to human breast disorders and no cause for patient Eli Lilly co. Discontinued a Queens and Upjohn co. With Drew Provest after beagles Given up to 25 times the human doses of component chemicals developed breast nodules at an earlier age and in larger num Bers than control dogs not Given the drugs. The nodules were not cancerous. Prudent action the findings in beagles can not be directly related to human said Charles c. Edwards commissioner of the Fra. Nonetheless it is Pru Dent to act on information which set clocks Back an hour one hour of Daylight shifts tonight from evening to morn ing As Central Daylight time is replaced by Central Stan Dard time. To be on time shift clocks and watches Back one hour. The official change occurs at 2 . Sunday. Differentiates these drugs from possible additional de other Oral wards said. The two products account for Between 15 and 20 per cent of the birth control Pill Market Industry sources said. Other brands do not contain the chemicals linked to the breast tutors the Fra said. The two contraceptives offer no advantages Over other Avail Able drugs which would justify a Rainy but mild sunday Fox cities Cloudy with Chance of occasional Light rain tonight and sunday Little temperature change. Low to night near 48, High sunday near 62. Wind Southeast at 6 14 m. P. H. Tonight and sunday. Precipitation prob ability 30 per cent tonight and 40 per cent sunday. Appleton observations at . For the preceding 24 hours High 60, Low 51. Barometer 30.20 and steady. Humidity 61 per cent. Wind Southeast at 6 m. P. H. Skies foggy. Precipitation .20 Inch. Sunset today at . Sunrise tomorrow at . The Moon rises at . Tomorrow and is at apogee. The planet Mars is now moving toward the Star Spica which rises just before the Sun. Mars will pass to the North and East of Spica late in november. Patients were advised to continue taking the two brands until told otherwise by their physicians. The companies told Doc tors to switch women to differ ent Oral contraceptive brands or other forms of birth control. Both companies maintained their products have been proven Safe and effective. Nevertheless the company is following a course of extra caution in discontinuing c said Lily. Upjohn referred to an inferred risk however Small and beagles Are especially prone to developing breast nodules the Fra said. Other animals exposed to the suspect chemicals did not develop the tutors. Milwaukee Soldier Dies while in Vietnam Washington a pfc William h. Stroud son of Mary l. Stroud of Milwaukee has died in Vietnam not of hostile action the army reported Fri Day. Today s Index Church Page a 2 comics b 4 editorials a 4 obituaries b 5 2 to log .a7 Heaters a 7 weather 8 Thant reveals plan to bring resumption of Mideast talks United nations . A the big four Powers have decided to press Egypt Jordan and Israel to extend the Middle East cease fire past its Tov. 5 expiration Date. That done they will work for a re sumption of peace talks with an Eye toward eventual settlement of hostilities. . Secretary general u Thant announced the decision Friday night after a working dinner in his office mite with foreign ministers an Drei a. Gromyko of the soviet Union and Maurice Schumann of France foreign Secretary sir Alec Douglas Home of Brit Ain and . Secretary of state William p. Rogers. Also present was Gunnar v. Jarring of swe Den. Thant s special representative for the Middle East. The ministers were in new York for the 25th anniversary session of the United nations. Swedish ambassador jarring Sweden s ambassador to Moscow was recalled a week ago to try to resume his peace Mission which broke Down aug. 25 when Israel charged that Egypt was violating a military standstill agreement by moving antiaircraft missiles toward the Suez canal. Thant s statement issued by a . Spokesman in is behalf said the four foreign ministers had a useful Exchange of views with the Secretary general and ambassador jarring on the situation in the Middle East. They agreed to exert their utmost efforts to enable Ambas Sador jarring to resume his Mission at the earliest possible Date to search for possibilities through the agreement of the parties directly concerned to extend the Observance of the cease fire for a period to be determined and to find a peaceful solution on the basis of Resolution 242 of the Security Council. The four Powers will continue their consultations and their permanent representatives in new York will meet again on oct. 28." Resolution 242 set up conditions for a settlement and called for negotiations. Since aug. 25, Israel has repeatedly accused the egyptians of violations. Cairo rejecting the charges has countered that Israel is fortifying positions within the standstill zone in Vio lation of the plan. The big four s chief . Colin Crowe of Britain ambassador Jacques Kosciusko Morzet of France soviet ambassador Jacob a. Malik and . Ambassador Charles w. Had scheduled a meeting for oct. 28 to discuss guidelines for Jar ring s indirect talks. Extreme Security set up for captured suspect in 5 murders at Santa Cruz Santa Cruz Calif a installed for extra Securi a Deputy explained the by any other name he armed guards in pairs Are Post to. To measures by saying firmly de around the clock at each Cor Ner of the building in which a Young Man is jailed on charges of slaying five persons execution style. Sheriff Douglas James and his deputies said they know of no threats against John Linley Fra Zier 24, but Are taking no chances. Frazier pleaded innocent Fri Day at a tightly guarded arraignment on charges of Mur Dering or. Victor Ohta 45, his wife Virginia 43, their sons Derrick 12, and Taggart 11, and the Eye surgeon s Secretary Dorothy Cadwallader 38. The armed deputies were stationed at the three Story Down town building housing the jail and sheriff s office a few min utes after Frazier was booked there on five counts of fir t de Gree murder. Deputies admitted Only per sons sary sheriff Douglas b. James news conference a s held out Side to announce details of Fra Zier s capture at Dawn Friday in with urgent and flood Neces Frazier a former one cow milk barn a half mile from the Mohtas Flagstone mansion on a Hilltop overlooking Monterey Bay. Frazier had lived about two months in the shabby 6-by-6-f oot shelter i a. Gulley strewn with wrecked automobile bodies an investigator said. He was asleep and offered no resistance when lights i captured by two deputies. Never had a prisoner like this for the arraignment the Santa Cruz courthouse was cleared of visitors and officers checked credentials and searched news men and spectators before admitting them to the heavily guarded building. Driven from jail policemen from four neigh Boring cities strengthened the guard Force and Frazier was driven from the jail to court in an enclosed Van escorted by police cars. Frazier a bearded 5-foot-7 High school dropout was shoe less and wearing leg Irons but no Handcuffs when he appeared Public defender Gary Britton entered an innocent plea. He was appointed to represent Fra Zier and conferred with him within minutes of when he was booked. Judge May set a preliminary hearing for. 10 . Wednesday rejecting a motion by dist. Atty. Peter Chang or. For an addition Al Day s delay to allow presenta tion of the Case to the grand jury. Preliminary proceedings should the grand jury indict Frazier it the Case into Superior court without the necessity for More preliminary municipal court proceedings. Before municipal court Donald 0. May. Asked if he understood his constitutional rights Frazier told the judge when asked if his name was John Kitey Frazier he whispered asked if he is Chang said he believed the judge killings could have been the work of one person. He told newsmen the murder charges stemmed from information from three of Frazier s hippie Type acquaintances whom to refused to identify plus state turn to Page 2, col. 3 Taura Ohta 18, in Black veil is helped to a limousine after funeral services in Santa Cruz calif., on Friday for her murdered parents and two younger Brothers. A wire photo a paper

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