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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Bakersfield, California Thi temper it ret Hefti yesterday a Lew today 54 c petted High today 14 t a ported Low tomorrow a expert de kith tomorrow to Minris 1 w . Snaadt a in rainfall total to Date Trace season Normal to Isabella dam Reservoir 141.713 acre Leet Rem River flow in in of Dot 314 cts forecast mostly fair today partly Clouds to night and tuesday. Little change in vol. 84 temperatures and i Ytit winds. 11 of Baker if i ii Tea Forman $2.50 monthly delivered Bakersfield California monday oct. 19 1970 Rorn production assessed Valse r,,i3l>94n agriculture s334�j�i7><1m Bank deposits �?.$485,52s.wt building permits a a population a 351,5041 telephones. 175.fiw Kern county Board of Trade figures second class postage paid in Bah Era Field California. Published daily by the Bakersfield californian at 1w Eye Street. Send form 357� change of address to . 32 pages three sections no. 80 a a sum. Terrorist killers hunted discovery of body warlike Steps by associated press Marc Carbonneau Paul Rose Egypt says cease fire to expire i n1ted press International egyptian president Anwar Sadat indicated today in c Airo he would not extend the Middle East cease fire which expires nov. 5, and said Egypt must take All measures a to face a treacherous and despicable enemy his statement to army Nim Manders and officers at a meeting of the general do Mand of the armed forces indicated a further hardening of Egypt a position As Forth in statements in new York by egyptian foreign minister Mahmoud Riad on Friday. Riad made a Tough speech to the United nations general Assembly in which he said the United states was wrecking its own peace initiative by arming Israel during the cease fire. On sunday he rejected suggestions that Egypt withdraw missiles from the cease fire zone along the Suez canal. Israel meanwhile lodged its 23rd formal complaint with . Cease fire observers charging that Egypt is still pushing ahead with its buildup of soviet missiles near the Suez canal in violation of the cease fire agreement an israeli army spokesman in Tel Aviv said data gathered sunday showed the egyptians with soviet backing had sent additional a m2 and Sami missiles into the zone and were pushing ahead with construction and other preparatory work at new Sites earmarked for missiles. The spokesman repeated previous israeli charges that the sam2s Are egyptian manned with soviet advisers and that the s.\m3s ate manned by soviet forces. Both Egypt and the soviet i Mon have denied there Are russians in the ceasefire zone. Israel pulled out of the Middle East peace talks because of the missile violations. Israeli Premier Golda Meir arriving sunday Tor her wednesday speech at the United nations. Repeated Israel s position that the talks would resume when the missiles Are pulled Back. Had. Speaking on the american broadcasting company s television program a issues and said sunday that not a single missile had been introduced into the cease fire zone since the truce began aug. 7 and rejected any suggestions Egypt see Mideast Page # muss National mrs. Nixon for All women Detroit Al a a i am Tor All women in declared Pat Nixon As she came to Detroit today to give Abinet wife ignore Romney a lift in her Campaign for a seat in the . Senate. With a bouquet of yellow roses. Mrs. Romney welcomed the president s wife As about 48 Young Girts with Campaign placards for a a ignore lined up at the metropolitan Airport to Welcome mrs. Nixon s presidential plane. Local William Boswell is dead William Whittier Boswell sr., 77. Of c Corcoran last of three Brothers who created the j. G. Boswell co. One of the largest farming operations in the United Stales died yesterday in a san Mateo Hospital following surgery. The company has operations in California. Oregon. Arizona and Australia. Memorial services Are scheduled at t Corcoran first Ives Terian Church at 2 . Tomorrow. The body will be flown to Arizona for interment at Sunland memorial Park in Sun City Arizona. Montreal a a massive Hunt for the terrorists who killed Pierre Laporte gave Montreal today the appearance of a City at War. The search went on for the terrorists other Kidnap victim. James. R Cross. Army and police helicopters flew constantly Over the City. Local and Royal Canadian mounted police spot checked cars on the Busy streets. Road blocks and checkpoints were set up on Bridges and routes leading out of Montreal which has 1.2 million people and is Canada s largest City. Security Cleths were increased at the . Border particularly in new York. Vermont and new Hampshire the Canadian army the mounted police and Quebec a own provincial polite expanded their operations under the War measures act imposed by prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau last Friday. Trudeau himself pledged that the Law forces will find a these vicious men and bring them to Justice a in the Calm and dispassionate atmosphere of Canadian he predicted More terrorist violence hut declared the government will not Back Down. The prime minister himself a que Becer flew to Montreal sunday night to pay his respects to the family of Laporte. Quebec s labor minister and to Confer with officials he then flew Back to Ottawa the Federal c capital. Warrants were issued for the arrest of Marc Carbonneau 37. A taxi Driver and Paul Rose. 27. A teacher on charges of taking part in the kidnapping of i Laporte oct to and Britain s Trade commissioner. Cross two weeks ago today. Laporte was shot in the head saturday and his body found Early sunday. A letter in Cross handwriting that reached authorities sunday night said he was alive but in danger of execution at the hands of the Quebec liberation front a Elk police officials said Security in Montreal and the surrounding areas is tighter than Ever before in history. Up to this morning. 326 persons have been arrested in sweeps against the Elk. Which seeks Independence for French speaking Quebec through revolution. The abductions of Laporte and Cross Lith 49. Signalled an escalation in the Fly s War. Which began seven years ago with bombings of patriotic statues and mailboxes. Gun registration Law headed for High court review Washington up the supreme court agreed today to Rule this term on the constitutionality of the Federal gun control Law it accepted for review and eventual decision a lower court Case from California which held that the controversial 1968 Law was unconstitutional because its registration provisions subjected a person to possible self incrimination the government appealed the . District court decision arguing it would Render ineffective Federal control Over a variety of dangerous weapons. The c controversial Law enacted in 1968 requires registration of the Sale or Transfer of firearms other than Hunting and sporting guns with the Treasury department. In other actions before hearing opening arguments on the new Law extending the vote to 18-year-Olds, the court a agreed to hear an Appeal of Vincent f Mcgeejr. A divinity student who claimed he was illegally classified i a and convicted of draft evasion after he mailed his partially burned draft card in 1967 to president Lyndon b Johnson a accepted for review the conviction of a new York an dealer accused of Disho Noring the american Flag by a window display which converted the Flag min a sex Symbol. A refused to decide whether the United states violated the u a Ireland treaty of Friendship by taxing Irish and scotch whiskers at a higher rate than similar Domestic products. A turned Down a Challenge to the authority of the Federal Trade commission to prohibit future acquisitions of companies by a firm in the same line of business. Congress a approved t he registration requirement in 1968 after a Long and Stormy debate. Proponents armied that strict gun Laws were a major deterrent to crime while the gun lobby insisted that the on St it it Ion see Una Page 8 Lindsay supports demo Goldberg new York if mayor John v. Lindsay an enrolled Republican broke with cop gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller monday and endorsed Democrat Arthur j. Goldberg for governor. But. He told a news conference. A i am a Republican and i intent to remain a Lindsay has Long been at Odds with Rockefeller Over state Aid to the City mass transit Anc what he considers the governor s failure to pay enough attention in time and Money to Urban problems. He said earlier in the Campaign that his endorsement would depend on what ticket he Felt would lie Best for new York City. At his news conference Lindsay also endorsed Basil Patterson Goldberg a running mate for lieutenant governor and said a they have expressed the strongest commitment to Urban he said the Goldberg Paterson team a offer the Best c Hance to end our annual role As a beggar for survival in Albany a the state capital. Lindsay elected As a Republican in 1965. Lost that party a primary and won reelection on the Liberal and Independent lines. Both Goldberg and Paterson first negro to seek statewide office Are running on the Liberal As Well As democratic tickets. Goldberg endorsed Lindsay in 1969 while Rockefeller sup Sec Lindsay Page 8 the Elk made seven Ransom demands among them release and Safe conduct to tuba or Algeria Fen 23 persons convicted or accused of terrorist crimes. An Fly communique which led police to la Porete a body in a Montreal suburb saturday night said he was executed because the government refused to comply tule refusing to tree the 23 men demanded by the kidnappers the government offered to parole five of them and also promised the kidnappers Safe conduct for themselves to tuba or Algeria if Gross and Laporte were returned Safe. After Laporte s body was found. Trudeau s government announced that the offer of Safe conduct to crosses kidnappers still stood. Trudeau went on television sunday night for the second time in 18 hours and vowed that hts government will foil any attempts to destroy our a we must expect that these vicious men May attempt again to shake our will in the Days ahead the prime minister said a i speak Tor All of you when i say that any such attempt shall Laporte like Trudeau a French Canadian from Quebec spent much of his Public life working on behalf of French speaking canadians. Trudeau said. And leaves a record that a sounds out like a trumpet in comparison to the whines of self pity and the screams of hatred which have poured Forth from the Fly a Trudeau continued a the Fly has sown the seeds of its own destruction. It has revealed that it has no mandate but terror i Haines but violence and no solutions but another indication that More violence was expected came from the Canadian medial association s president or. D l. Kippen. He said a 10-Day strike by the 4,200 members of the federation of Quebec medical specialists was ended sunday because of a possible emergency medical requirements in Quebec and a continued escalation of the National Laporte s body Lay in state at the Montreal courthouse sunday night As the Bells tolled at notre Dame Hurck where the funeral will be tuesday afternoon. Traffic was prohibited for several blocks around the courthouse As Trudeau Bourassa explosion destroys Irvine greenhouse Irvine apr an explosion destroyed a greenhouse and damaged another at the Stanford research Institute facility near the University of Gal Fomia Campus Here Early today authorities said. Investigators said it a a possibly could have been caused by a bomb. There were no injuries. Stanford research Institute headquartered in Menlo Park. Has worked on several defense department protects however. Edward Wood. Executive director of the Irvine office said the facility Hen was engaged in government subsidized a economic and scientific experiments involving plants. Wood said the greenhouses contained several Plant Experiment projects most of which were destroyed. No damage figure was available Law enforcement officers cordoned the area after reports of escaping Gas. Firemen and sheriff s deputies were investigating. An Irv Ine ranch Security guard heard and reported the explosion. Authorities said there was no fire. 6-state tour Nixon campaigns for Robert Taft Columbus Ohio apr president Nixon starting a two Day stumping tour for fellow republicans in the Region he Calls the heartland said today they know americ a cannot bring peace abroad a unless we also restore peace at Home in our streets our schools our cities he w As cheered b y thousands of persons in Columbus first Stop on a six state political trip. A few Hundred anti Nixon demonstrators were kept across High Street the City s main North South through arc from the statehouse speaker s platform. Nixon told newsmen upon arrival at port Columbus Airport that he never saw so Many undecided voters so late in a Campaign building momentum will be very important in these circumstances he said. Noting his own expanding travel schedule is proof that he Hopes to help Light some fires for the gop ticket. Nixon Hopes to help republicans win the seven . Senate seats they need for majority status in the upper chamber and a key Battle is in Ohio. Rep. Robert Taft Republican and Cleveland millionaire Howard m. Metzenbaum. Democrat Are in a tight fight for election to the Senate from Ohio a i have the feeling that interest Iii the Campaign was late in Nixon said. He said events in the next two weeks will determine the outcome in Ohio As Well As Many other states. Nixon issued a statement urging the election of Taft and of Roger Cloud the state auditor running for governor. A i know that both of them and All of tile gop c candidates in Ohio will work closely with the Nixon administration in meeting the challenges of the �?~70�?Ts�?� he said. A to the voters of Ohio who Are accustomed to judging All americans. I say that i look upon these men As All american candidates. I regard their election As a matter of especially High priority. In route to Columbus Nixon press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler announced the president will make a Campaign trip saturday to the Eastern Edge of Baltimore. After spending sunday and monday at the White House. Ziegler said Nixon will hit the see Nixon Page 8 prime minister Trudeau delivers statement to reporters in subdued tones sunday on parliament Hill. Trudeau said the killing of Quebec labor minister Pierre Laporte would prompt a sense of shame among canadians that the murder should have been conceived and carried out in cold blood. Members of the Quebec Cabinet and Laporte s family viewed the body. Police allowed no Pede stans within a Block. After the family and officials left thousands filed past the Bier. Streets were flood lighted and police allowed no crowds to gather. Political leaders expressed outrage and sorrow after Laportes body was found in a parking lot at an old air Force base in St. Hubert where Many of the troops have arrived for duty in Montreal since Friday. Justice minister John Turner said Laporte was a victim of a savagery we can t allow to but former prime minister Lester Pearson called on the people to reject a Blind anger and frustration because of the murder. We mum keep perspective in these events a Pearson said. Trump card . Holds t Ruce violation proof United nations. By. Apr the . Government has not decided whether to show the . General Assembly evidence of egyptian soviet violations of the Suez canal v ase tire. . Officials said inlay the . Decision they said will be heavily influenced by How the debate shapes up when the general Assembly takes up the Middle East situation next monday right after the .�?Ts 25th anniversary Observance. Secretary of state William p. Rogers expects to take up the Middle East. Berlin and other questions with soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko tonight but Rogers has already received Gromyko s denial of soviet involvement in the alleged violations. On sunday egyptian foreign minister Mahmoud Riad denied new soviet antiaircraft missiles had been moved into the truce zone and said Aerial photos which the United states contends prove otherwise a mean nothing and prove Israel says it will not come to the proposed Arab israeli peace negotiations unless there is a missile Rollback. Rogers wants enough a a rectification of the alleged violations to bring the Mideast foes Back to the indirect negotiations in the . View. Egypt which asked for the in. Debate is trying with soviet backing to relieve the onus of the violation charges and swing world opinion against the unite j states. Riad. Speaking on abcs a issues and took the line that Washington made the charges As a pretext to break a commitment not to ship new weapons to Israel. Rogers says he has spent hours going Over the . Photos a reportedly taken by reconnaissance planes a a and the evidence is conclusive that they have moved missiles in Rind said missiles installed before the aug. 8 cease fire have been moved often for their Security and photos therefore show what look like new ones. Such work As the sandbagging of missile Sites also could look like new con St auction he said Rogers after a four hour session with Gromyko Friday night was said to have decided nothing could be gained then by showing evidence of the violations to the soviet representative. Tonight s dinner meeting at the americans hotel suite is their last scheduled private get together during their attendance at the . Fall session. The question of improving conditions Tor West Berlin is now before the ., British French and soviet ambassadors in Germany and Rogers wants to know More about the Kremlin s approach h. Gromyko was reported to have in effect apologized Friday for temporary soviet harassment of Berlin s air corridors last month. . Informants said Gromyko port Rayed the Adion As a mistake by a lower level official. However the soviets have also made known they want to Cut Down the West German government s ties with West Berlin an idea viewed coolly by the allies. 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