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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Beatrice, Nebraska Armer cellmate says defendant admitted Tate a thrill killing by Linda Deutsch loss Angeles apr Susan Atkins once admitted she was the killer of actress Sharon Tate a former cellmate recalls and said a it was quite a appearing for the prosecution Virginia Graham Castro said miss Atkins told of stabbing the Bikini Clad actress and remarked that a the blood was Beautiful warm and mrs. Castro 37. A Legal clerk then jailed for Petty theft said miss Atkins one of four persons on trial for the deaths of miss Tate and six others made the statements when they were in jail together last year. She said miss Atkins 21, told of holding miss Tate behind her Back while the pregnant movie Star wept and pleaded for her life saying a please please Don t kill me. I want to live. I want to have my the witness said miss Atkins said she told the actress a look Bitch you might As Well face it. You re going to die and you can to do anything about relished telling Story she said miss Atkins relished talking about the killing a she said that when the knife went in it Felt soft and it was quite a mrs. Castro said miss Atkins told of Licking miss taters blood your Community Chest at work Jerry Davison neighbourhood chairman teaches an outdoor cooking class to girl scout leaders at Riverside Park and shows How to roast Chicken Over coals. Mrs. Hugh Hallgren left the Homestead Council District adviser from Lincoln goes Over the roasting potatoes and by mrs. Larry Arnold the leaders Trainer in a pineapple upside Down cake baking in front of the fire. Girt scouting is one of the Many activities supported by the Community Chest. Goal for the Community Chest drive this year is $52,-000, and $4,000 is budgeted for the girl scouts. Other youth activities supported by the Community Chest include the Yri Myca Owca boy scouts and the salvation which sponsors the sunbeams and girl guards for girls and a boys club. Roger Weber urges people in Beatrice to give their fair share of an hours pay a month. Sun photo deaths Reilly Hazel s. Reilly 807 Market Street passed away Friday afternoon in a local Hospital. She was bom in David City and had lived in Beatrice for the past 29 years. She was a member of Christ Church episcopal. Survivors include one daughter miss Lucile v. Reilly Beatrice one son Charles e. Reilly Tulsa okla. One brother or. H. H. Stiles Lincoln two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at to a.m., monday Christ Church episcopal with the Rev. Howard Trask officiating. Interment will be in Evergreen Home cemetery. The body will lie in state at the Griffiths Hovendick Chapel until 9 30 a.m., monday. A memorial has been established with the Griffths Hovendick Chapel in charge. Griffiths Hovendick Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Damage is minor in Beatrice wreck an Accident at 2 25 . Friday in the 200 Block of East court caused minor damage to cars driven by Ronald e. Belding 611 n. 4th, and Bonnie Calkins 523 w. Mary. Belding was unable to Stop due to Slick streets and struck the Calkins Cai in the rear end. Bernice m. Voller 1728 Hoyt was issued a ticket for failure to yield stemming from an Accident at 3 48 . At 8th and court. Mrs. Voller was pulling from a parking stall and failed to see a car driven by Lewis Robinson Pershing College coming Down the Street. Damage to the Robinson car totalled juvenile s flight is Short lived Gage county sheriff officials apprehended a 17 year old juvenile late Friday morning at the Beatrice lumber company. The juvenile left the courthouse just before he was to appear in county court. Good Samaritan founder is dead or. August Hoeger 85, of Hastings Nebraska founder and Genera superintendent of the eve. Lutheran Good Samaritan society died at his Home in Hastings on thursday. Funeral services will be held in the $195 and the Voller car had $951 Good Samaritan Village Chapel damage. A Hastings at 2 . On Mon cars driven by Gary t. Day with a second service at Thompson 706 Ella and Mari St. Johns lutheran Church Arlyn a. Meints. It. I Blue Springs were involved in an Accident at 4-54 . Friday at the intersection of 7th and High. Marilyn Meints was issued a ticket for failure to yield. Damage to the Thompson car was $400 and the Meints car Burton Fairbury special a Troy c. Burton 1405 d Street passed away Friday at ins Home at the i age of 79. He is survived by his wife Lola. Funeral services will be i. Held monday 2 ., Nuckolls j the driveway of Meyer Chapel Fairbury with he Mac to see a car try Rev. Richard Waldron offic Nve end it Betty Joan Van Lan iat no. Burial will be in fair j l a buy cemetery. Nuckolls Meyer funeral Home is in charge of arrange Meints. Thur. North Dakota at 2 . On wednesday. Burial will be in the Arthur Good Samaritan Center cemetery. It was while serving a Pas-1 Ternate at Arthur North Dakota i in 1922 that or. Hoeger seeing from her hands and saying a to taste death and yet give life wow what a trip. She said the blood was Beautiful warm and what were her emotions a she said that she was said mrs. Castro a but she Felt elated and at peace with just after the five victims were slain in August 1969, said miss Atkins told her she a wanted to take their eyes out and Squash them against the Wall and Cut off their fingers but she did no to have i miss Atkins has described the killings to interviewers and through an attorney. But she has not admitted killing any of the victims herself. Mrs. Castro said she warned miss Atkins not to discuss the killings but a she said she knew How to play crazy and act like a Little girl and she said she had an Alibi miss Atkins is on trial with Charles m. Manson and two other women charged with Mur Der conspiracy in five slayings at the Tate House and two More killings the next night. Other witnesses said miss Atkins was a slavish Follower of the shaggy haired Manon 35,� chieftain of a hippie Type family. The state says Manson a followers killed at his command. Mrs. Castro a account to police of miss Atkins Story has been credited with cracking the Case. A mrs. Castro was convicted of Petty theft and sentenced to the California institution for women at Corona. She was paroled earlier this year. Defense attorneys opposed introduction of testimony by mrs. Castro and moved to Stop the testimony or sever the trial of other defendants from that of miss Atkins. The judge denied the motions. Miss Atkins who with the other defendants has been banished from court for misbehaving was led into court briefly and mrs. Castro identified her As the former cellmate. Miss Atkins standing with one hand on her hip told mrs. Castro a Why done to you take off your wig and show your face a then As she passed the witness stand she added a a you re not a very Good ask mistrial earlier the defense moved for a mistrial because of a Banner Story in the los Angeles Herald examiner based on what it said was mrs. Castro a Complete written statement to the prosecution. The Story said miss Atkins told of a Manson family plan to murder celebrities including Elizabeth Taylor Richard Burton Frank Sinatra Tom Jones and Steve Mcqueen. The newspaper account quoted mrs. Castro As saying the Manson clan planned to Goupe out miss Taylor a eyes and hold a red hot knife to her Cheek before killing her planned to emasculate Burton before slaying him planned to skin Sinatra alive while he listened to his own records planned to Silt Jones Throat and kill Mcqueen because he was a the defense said the Story was so sensational it would inevitably leak to the jury which is sequestered thus prejudicing chances for a fair trial. The judge denied the mistrial motion. 7 of apply lox Lour Job s Brosk than 700 applicants wait to apply for four available jobs As meter newspaper advertisement. Californians unemployment rate�?7 per cent is readers at the West san Fernando Valley office of the Southern California More than 50 per cent above that of a year ago. The Gas company office is Gas co. The jobs pay $133 a week. The applicants were responding to a in a suburban Section of los Angeles. A wire photo italians Given Way out of marriage City Council faces a Short Agenda a Short 12 item Agenda is scheduled for the Beatrice City Council meeting monday night at 7 30 . In the City auditorium. Items on the Agenda include a Resolution authorizing the Start by David Mazzarella Rome apr Legal divorce in Italy is past its last major test of a five year Campaign by its backers and within a few months the estimated 2 million italians whose marriages Haven to worked will have a Way out. Many Are like Piero Bianchi who left his wife almost five years ago and has been living As the husband of his Secretary miss Manuela Ribaldi for More than three years. Six extra votes they were buoyed Friday by Senate passage of a Bill to legalize divorce. The vote was 164 to 150, six a a yes votes More than were required. The Senate acted on a Roll Call vote in the face of Strong opposition by the roman Catholic Church and by the Christian democrats the most powerful party in Italy a four party coalition government. The move put both houses of the legislature on record As favouring legalized divorce for the first time in Italy a 100-year history As a nation. Only some minor amendments must now be approved by the chamber of deputies before the measure becomes Law. Bianchi sitting in a cafe within sight of the Senate building told a newsman a Pili can get a divorce i can marry Manuela. That Sall we he and Manuela whom he introduces As his wife said they want to be among the first to take advantage of the new Law. Miss Ribaldi who wears a wedding band added a it would make things Blanchi a 37-year-old Salesman and miss Ribaldi 25, Are among hundreds of couples who have been campaigning with the italian divorce league for passage of a new divorce Law. They travelled to Rome from their Home in Genoa to be on hand for the Senate debate and vote. While fellow league members paraded outside the Senate with pro divorce placards the couple spoke openly about their life together. A people understand a i was married to my first wife at 24,�?� Bianchi said. A we had a daughter who Snow to years old. I still see her. Then the separation by Mutual consent. There was nothing else to do at the miss Ribaldi took up the account a we met at a pension boarding House my Mother runs in san remo. I started to help him sell his line of gift shop items. Three and a half years ago we started living together. A we never made a secret of it. I done to care who knows. When we Send letters and Christmas cards we sign them a the a people understand Wichita tragedy brings sweeping investigation of charter Industry car ditched on North 77 an Accident at 12 30 . Friday 131/2 Miles North of Beatice on Highway 77, caused minor damage to a car driven by Hiram r. Bake of Wymore when he lost control of his car on the Slick Road and went into a ditch. An Accident at 2 15 . Friday about 2 Miles South of Cortland on Highway 77, involved cars driven by Richard Vater 411 s. 6th and Emma Marsh Prairie Village ran. Both vehicles were travelling North when the Vater car attempted to pass the Marsh car. Vater lost control Tring to pull Back into the North bound Lane causing both vehicles to veer right off the shoulder and into a drainage area. The Vater car sheered off some Small Trees and the Marsh car went Over the trunk area of the Vater car. A passenger in the Marsh car Jean Sumner 21, also of Prairie Village ran., was taken to Crete Hospital where she was treated for minor injuries. Damage to both cars was heavy. Cars driven by Sarah a. Nie Meier it. I Beatrice and Richard e. Schmidt Swanton collided about 2 Miles West of Beatrice on Highway 4 about 5 15 p. In. Thursday. The two cars were following a truck when Niemeier attempted to pass both the Schmidt car and the truck. Schmidt failed to see the Neimeier car passing and tried to pass the truck at the same time. Damage to both vehicles was Light. By Dich Barnes associated press writer Washington a a sweeping investigation of the air charter Industry and the Way it is supervised by the Federal aviation administration was ordered Friday by Secretary of transportation John Volpe even As the Faa grounded More planes in the Wake of the 36-death Wichita state disaster. New developments continued to come to Light a week after the oct. 2 crash of a leased twin engine plane in Colorado killed 13 Wichita football players and other persons accompanying them to a game. Highlights Here were the highlights a Volpe bypassing the Faa ordered adm. Willard j. Smith assistant Secretary of transportation for safety and consumer affairs a to conduct this i depth investigation and spare no Effort time or resources in determining the True condition of every chartered operation in the United states. He also will examine Faa regulations governing charter operations with a View toward correcting any deficiency which May be a the Faa reversing its previous statements said it had indeed warned Golden Eagle aviation inc., whose Crew flew the fatal flight against operating Large aircraft. But the official in Oklahoma City whom the Faa said issued the warning contradicted his Washington colleagues and said he Hadnot contacted Golden Eagle for nearly a year. A the Faa grounded two More Martin 404s which Origi Nally were in a lot of 14 aircraft along with the plane that crashed. On thursday it had grounded All planes known to be owned by Jack Richards aviation co., inc., which had purchased the lot in 1968 and subsequently sold some of them. One of the newly grounded planes said Faa officials in Kentucky was used last month to carry the Murray state University football team of Murray ky., to a game at Fairfield Iowa. A state official said the plane was provided by Louisville air taxi inc. The Faa said it did no to yet know whether the Louisville firm had a sufficient passenger License to operate such a flight. In the Wichita disaster the University leased the plane from Richards and obtained the Crew from Golden Eagle. The Faa called this a facade to avoid regulations governing passenger carriers and it revoked Golden eagles flight certifications for operating a plane too Large for its authorities. The other plane grounded Friday is owned by Aero leasing corp., a Michigan firm which bought it from Richards nearly two years ago. The plane carried Wichita state players to College station tex., in september under an arrangement handled by Richards who was minding the plane at the time. Aero leasing said its plane passed an Faa supervised annual maintenance inspection last Spring. Soon As possible adm. Smith who was confirmed for his Job just this week and wont be sworn in until monday said the air charter probe will begin As soon As possible. He said it will by staffed by a a task Force of people competent to examine this from various areas of the an associated press sampling of colleges and universities across the country showed that most avoid charter flights with unscheduled airlines or dealings with firms such As those involved in the Wichita state crash. The bulk of schools said they use commercial flights or Charters arranged through Large scheduled airlines. But a few schools Arkansas state University Weber state of Utah and the University of Montana for example on occasion use charter flights of nonscheduled airlines. If department of transportation probes Check with Northern Arizona University hear of two unsettling experiences it had last year on nonscheduled Charters in september a Vance International charter dc7b with 87 aboard had an engine catch fire on Takeoff from Flagstaff aril. The Pilot feathered both engines on that Wing and landed safely. The team took off again the next morning in the same plane. In november another Vance charter had an engine go out in route to Fresno Calif. It stopped in Las vegas for repairs. Coach John Symank said a after about nine hours of waiting for those a minor repairs we took off again did a 360-degree turn and landed. The no. 2 prop was still the team eventually got to Fresno the next Day. The need founded the Good a More than $800 damage re Maritan society an organization suited in two cars involved in primarily giving care to the a an Accident at 7 la . Friday ing in nursing Homes but which a the 1600 Block of e court. Also operates hospitals Homes a car driven by Sherri Haus for the mentally retarded and 1 Man. 1617 e. Court was Back boys Homes. From its beginning construction of the Gage my from the driveway of her j in a sex room House the society now has grown to 145 locations in 16 states giving care to a proximately 12,000 residents. Sherri Hausman was issued a is survive j by his widow j Sun want ads bring results Hoke. For unsafe backing. Dam-1 ,w0 mrs and be Daugher. County animal shelter and an ordinance regarding sidewalks will be discussed. Pleads guilty Gene Jurgena of 1800 s. 8th, pled guilty Friday in county court to charges of fictitious plates and driving while intoxicated second offence. The Case was continued until further order of the court. Two Beatrice men Gary Wilcox and Gordon Fankhauser were fined $15 each plus costs on charges of disturbing the peace. Whatever the occasion. I age to the Hausman car was j $700 and the Van Laningham j car hard $120 damage Aldai in Csc daily blk. Note s amp eur it p. Larvin.1 cars driven by William r. j Brandt 18 2 High. And Rebec p Marvin founder k m Marvin Putits Ner uyo$-ltts4> Mhz blk of associated press subscription rates by car i it r Troy is 05 it month. By mail in Iii tout nov Trad a Rel to Rev one year of months to la. Lime month us 50 Alt Otner mail flit i one year. Published Dally except sunday new year Day. Memorial Day. Independence Day. Caner Day i hunk having and Christmas. Sec cd Cia Pottage paid at beat Rice. Nebraska mum High and Ca Bickley 511 n. 16th. Were involved in an Accident at 9 38 . In the 300 Block of n. 14th. Rebecca Bickley was issued a ticket for failure to yield. 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