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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Bakersfield, California 2 saturday oct. 24,1970 Juhr by High costs Canada officials begin scary experiences partnership of nations freeing Fly members called healthful Montreal Ipi Canadian authorities Are freeing Many of the hundreds of suspected Fly sympathizers rounded up in a Swift and politically sensitive crackdown that has fallen Short of its purpose finding kidnapped British Diplomat James r. Cross. The manhunt for the handful of men perhaps As few As five of the a liberation Quot cell of the Quebec liberation front Fly continued but with diminishing results. Only to persons were arrested Friday. When Canada s Cabinet invoked the War emergency act a week ago Friday it permitted police and troops to arrest suspects without warrants or Lincoln neb., says adultery Story false Lincoln neb. Chi a mayor Sam Schwartzkopf Friday challenged a team of British journalists to come Back for a second look at the City where they reported a a Good Deal of adultery is accepted among monies Schwartzkopf issued the invitation Atter being informed that the London daily Telegraph had published a Story which also said there had been wife swapping among some members of Lincoln a wealthy. Schwartzkopf said he could not see How a few reporters could visit a City for a few Days and then by Able to make such statements about the moral character of that City. A i have no Way of knowing what standards they used or where they sought to find their information Quot he said a but i am satisfied that they could not have come in Contact with the majority of Lincoln s families or churches he said the journalists did not visit either him or the Lincoln police chief in gathering information for the Articie. Both Schwartzkopf and a leading Lincoln Clergyman or. Ebb Munden president of the City s Council of churches agreed the team probably came in Contact with those a limited few Quot whose moral character is below desired standards. A i continue to have Faith and respect for the moral integrity of our City and our citizens and invite these five foreign reporters to return to Lincoln and spend enough time with the people in order to make a fair and accurate evaluation Quot the Mavor said. Sailor cleared of sabotage charge san Diego. Calif. Apr an 18-year-old Sailor charged with the sabotage of a destroyer bound for Vietnam has been found not guilty the Navy said Friday. A spokesman for the Lith naval District said fireman Popren. William h. Passmore of Sivong Beach calif., appeared before a general court martial convened in Japan this week. The destroyer Richard b. Anderson was leaving san Diego for Southeast Asia last May 26 when it experienced a loss of Power and had to Limp Back to port where it was discovered someone had placed bolts and nuts in its reduction gears the spokesman said the ship underwent repairs for two months. Officials said Passmore and his lawyer were flown to Japan last sunday because the ship was operating in that area and there were too Many witnesses to bring them to san Diego. Passmore had been c charged with wilful destruction of government property and sabotage. The Navy said the court martial cleared him on both charges but declined to say How the court reached its decision. Two other sailors earlier had been held for investigation in the incident. One was released after questioning and the other cleared by court martial conflict of interest seen in Cal regents san Jose of a the state auditor general has identified Tov. Reagan s personal attorney As one of two University of California regents who a could Quot become involved in a conflict of merest Between their official duties and decisions affecting Irvine co. Laud William French Smith Reagan s lawyer and a Reagan appointee to the a a it Ard. Is a member of the Law Laker Aff rib balt omit the great newspaper of the spatters san Joaquin Valley a established in irm published every afternoon monday through saturday and sunday morn of. Tea Bakersfield californian corporation 1707 Eye Street Bakersfield. California who i charter member audit Bureau of circulations member american newspaper publishers association member of tue associated press the associated press is exclusively entitled to use for publication of All Newt dispatches credited to k or not otherwise credited to this paper and also the local news published therein the Bakersfield californian it also a client of the United press International. The californian receives the associated press wire photo service. The Bakersfield californian maintain in own county wide news service and is him a client of the copier news service. Representatives Nelson Roberts it associate de York. Cicaro. Detroit. Los Angelet san Francisco. Seattle. Portland. Denver. Omaha entered in Post office at Bakersfield. Call forma As second class mail under the act of Congress. March 3. 1179. The californian accepts no responsibility for unsolicited manuscripts nor photo graphs. 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A a a months sunday Only a w a Pear sunday Only foreign countries open rate depending on destination Call circulation department for rates single copies by malt. 30c for Home delivery Call 323 7o31 or and agent charges and hold them for seven Days with the Justice minister empowered to further detain them without charges for another 21 Days. The seven Day period has run out Tor the 227 seized in first few hours. Police said today they have released is people and still held ass. Earlier they said the total of those seized had reached a High of 373. But they said frat figure was an the actual number they said was 341. Cross seized 20 Days ago from his Home by the Fly. Which seeks an Independent and socialist nation of Quebec and says violence is needed to attain it has not been heard from since sunday a Day after tin strangled body of Quebec labor minister Pierre Laporte was found in an automobile trunk Laporte kidnapped by a More militant Fly a cell a was abducted of. To Queller provincial police Friday issued warrants for three More men sought in connection w Ith i aporia a kidnapping. Hie new suspects were identified As Jacques Rose and Francis Sima re. Both 23-year-old labourers and Bernard ii tie. To. A student. Rose is the brother of Paul Rose. 27, a teacher who along with taxi Driver Marc Carlion Neau. 37. Was named earlier in a warrant As a key suspect in connection with Laporte Cross Kidnap is. There have been no indications of secret negotiations for Cross release a or even any Contact a Between the Fly and the government and no further communiques from the terrorists Sim a sunday. Rottert Lemieux fiery Fly lawyer. Who had broken off negotiations before to Porter a death was among the first arrested in the lightning crackdown after the Cabinet invoked the emergency legislation. Ile is believed still held in jail. Firm representing Irvine noted auditor general William Merrifield in a report Given the Assembly education committee at a meeting Here Friday. The other Regent is Edward Carter a director of the foundation which controls the Irvine co. A potent Ial for conflict arises Merrifield indicated because regents must approve certain University land use changes affecting Irvine property. Quot Regent Smith s Law firm represents the i nine co.,�?T reported Merrifield. A Regent caller is a lifetime Board member of the Irvine foundation that has controlling interest in the Irvine a in the Case of regents Carter and Smith it appears that a conflict of interest could Merrifield said. Merrifield stressed a it is up to the committee to decide whether there has been any the subject of regents involvement in business dealings sparked an angry confrontation last week Between Tov. Reagan and regents Norton Simon and Frederick Dutton. Simon has been critical of us dealings with the Irvine co. Baby speeds to arrive on Lawn Riverside Tai a the child of or. And mrs. Tim Marshman was born on the Lawn of Parkview Hospital. The parents were walking rapidly across the grass when it became apparent that the 15-year-old wife was in delivery. Marshman pushed in and obtained a nurse who assisted. Attendants said both the Mother Debbie and the son i were in Fine condition. Los Angeles apr How frightening should a child a halloween be for most children an eerie experience can be a Good thing especially if they be been prepared to expect it two psychologists feel. A a certain degree of a scary experience is healthy and serves to discharge tension. Or. Arnold Wilson an associate clinical professor at the University of Southern California s medical school said in an interview. Children have Many fears he said among them frightened feelings about the environment tear of their own a Griness fear of their own murderous thoughts. A one Way of dealing with these internal feelings is to externalize them a Wilson said. A you re afraid of the graveyard and a ghost so the Delight kids take in ghost stones around Camp fires and in horrible fairy tales and the wish to hear the tale repeated and be rescaled Over and Over. Really serves the purpose of helping them master their fears by discharging them in this Way. A the first time a child goes through a spook House maybe he is terrified and his heart beats loudly. A second time he is less terrified and the third time he feels no w Hen a child handles a scary experience Well Wilson said it gives him a feeling of self esteem. The experience is not beneficial he added when it is too tame or too grotesque. he continued a if there is too much parental Protection you Rob him of the said or. Warren Jones psychiatrist and psychoanalyst at Csc a fear and dread that become terrifying of course Are painful and destructive to a c Hild emotionally. A however the idea of haunted houses and ghost stones when conducted with humor and compassion is stimulating and engrossing for to share space costs n. Korea rapped for infiltration women Stab Rob candidates Campaign head Oakland of a congressional candidate s Campaign manager was stabbed in the Back five times and Rol it bed Friday by two Young women he said he was giving them a ride at his Boss urging \ Ossa Wysinger. 48. Said the two Young women asked Tor a ride to Berkeley As he and John e. Healy of Albany. Gor candidate in the 7tli congressional District left an Albany bar at 2 a m. Wysinger said in was reluctant but he said Healy urged giving them a ride because a after All we re running for Wysinger said he dropped Healy off at his Albany Home then the woman in the Back seat pulled a .22 Palmier pistol and ordered him to drive to Oakland. Wysinger said there he was fold to Stop the car and was robbed of his Wallet containing $5 and credit cards. Then he said he grabbed the gun and drove alongside a patrol car. Officers arrested the pair As they tried to flee. Only then did Wysinger notice the Stab wounds. He said he thought the woman in tile Back seat had been hitting him on the Back. Wysinger was reported in fair condition at Highland Hospital. Police said Frankie Danzy 20. And Suzan Sandoval. 22. Both of Oakland were booked for investigation of assault with intent to commit murder. Panmunjom. Korea apr the u n. Command accused North Korea today of 24 infiltrations and unprovoked shootings across Korea s demilitarized zone since sept. 8 and said 19 armed North korean agents were killed in the a grave . Air Force maj. Gen Felix m. Rogers senior i n. Command Delegate to the korean armistice commission cites each alleged incident at the commissions 307 the meeting. Which was requested by his command the general told his North korean counterpart maj. Gen Han Yong of that through the a deliberate and unprovoked violations of the korean armistice agreement. The North korean government was a in reality attacking a South Korea. Ignoring tile charges the North korean general charged the command with five minor shooting and other violations inside the Doz. Then he revived an old incident in which North korean forces claimed they Sank a South korean Navy ship june 5 after it intruded into North korean Waters in the yellow sea. Han claimed that North Korea recently re floated the boat and found documents and other evidence supporting its previous charge that the boat was engaged in espionage activities against the North he presented As evidence pictures of the re floated boat As Well As devices and documents found inside the la oat which. He said. Clearly proved that it was an intelligence boat dispatched by a the . Imperialist aggressors to gather in formation to be used for provoking another War in Korea. Without going into the spying charge Rogers asked North Korea to provide information on the status of the crewmen and to return them through pan Mun join. The the North korean general refused. Gold in those pots Ross on Wye. England a a Storelee it or Jack Roberts took potluck on a lot of 1,006 government surplus Chandler inns and struck Gold they had a Gold rim and Gold handles and were stamped e. R. A official insignia of Elizabeth Regina or Queen Elizabeth in he said he sold out in no time. Cape Kennedy Fla. Id in a spirit of cooperation sparked by the High Cost of space exploration the United states and several european nations Are nearing a partnership to build expensive space station systems of the future. Even the soviet Union after years of refusal is showing signs it would like to join with America in some projects starting with space Rescue. By late in this decade a Large 50-Man space station could be orbiting the Earth. On Board would be scientists engineers and crewmen both men and women from Many lands. In the 1980s this station could be expanded to a True International Laboratory with the soviet Union providing men and experiments. The .-european Alliance is expected to be sealed Early in 1971, with the europeans agreeing to provide men Money and material for the next a or american space Effort. This program includes one or More space stations an air plane like space shuttle to ferry men and supplies Between Earth and the station and a space tug to serve As a station to station transport and As a device to move unmanned satellites to desired locations in the sky. Faced with dwindling budgets and sagging congressional support the National aeronautics and space administration approached europeans several months ago on possible cooperation. The . Thrust has been aimed at two Multi nation space groups a the european space research organization or Esro and the european launcher development organization or Eido. One problem involves the Europa rocket which Elix has had trouble developing As a Booster for Esro satellites. France Germany and Belgium want to continue work on the Europa. Suggesting the United states might not agree to launch Esro communication and application satellites planned for the mid and late 70s. Britain and some of the smaller nations want to abandon Europa and obtain Assurance Nasa will launch the european satellites. If the United states agrees and a definite commitment is expected soon the advanced Europa 3 rocket project could be cancelled and the Money diverted to the station shuttle tug program. Ten european countries annually contribute $300 million to Eldo and Esro. Europa alone would Cost More than one billion dollars in the next seven years and thus limit participation in the american program. Eldo and Esro have allotted $2.5 million to study How their members could Best participate in the . Effort. Another $500,000 is being used to study the possibility of the europeans designing and building the space tug As their contribution. J. P. Vausse. Deputy Secretary general of Eldo said it would be Good if Europe could concentrate on one portion of the system like the tug. But he said that raises the danger that the europeans would be experts on tug designs and perhaps miss out on other advanced technologies generated by shuttle or station development. . Observers say the time is Ripe for an american euro Pean merger. They note the . Program is in financial trouble at a time when the european nations Are overcoming earlier organization problems and moving Forward in a More unified approach to space technology. The Best program they say will result from pooling the talents and resources of both sides. And All would share in the great practical benefits expected from an orbiting Laboratory including comm urn cations weather forecasting and scientific and medical research. Through the years the United states has made Many overtures for space cooperation with Russia. But the soviets have agreed in Only four Are ask meteorology magnetic Field mapping communications and space biology. In each Case Nasa says the russian contribution has been limited and disappointing. Then at an International space conference in Konstanz Germany in Early october there were encouraging signs Russia was ready to move toward meaningful cooperation. Soviet representatives while not committing themselves discussed Legal medical language hardware and other problems that might arise in developing an International space Laboratory. Cosmonauts said they would like to Fly with americans and others on a Multi nation space Crew. In a significant step the soviets said they were willing to discuss the design of common Docking mechanisms and techniques for american and russian manned spaceships. This would make it easier for a Craft from one nation to go to the Rescue of one from the other if it became disabled. As a result Nasa sends a five Man team of experts to Moscow monday and tuesday to Start discussion. With their russian counterparts they will talk about Docking plans for future Craft establish groups to handle technical problems and schedule future meetings. Arnold w. Frutkin Nasa assistant administrator for International affairs Calls the Moscow meeting a an important undertaking and some arrangements Between us would be of great Frutkin said additional cooperative Steps could be taken in Early 1971 when m. V. Kendysh president of the soviet Academy of sciences plans to visit the United states. A president Kendysh has affirmed his interest in pursuing Frutkin said. On thursday two soviet cosmonauts touring the United states disclosed they had worked with american astronauts in a space simulation exercise at the Marshall spaceflight Center in Huntsville ala., earlier in the week. The two cosmonauts also told of their soyuz 9 flight in papers presented to the american Institute of aeronautics and astronautics in Houston. Tex. A Elf it assemblyman paid lot by the Cornix it tee to it elect Kent Stacey clip this Coison wheel pack with this Coupon this offer expires sat. Oct. 31 b. F. Goodrich store 21st and k 324-4701 Quot save Moreo sunday Only 9to4 9x12 shag carpet 48�� carpet

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