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24 Oct 1970

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24 Oct 1970

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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Beatrice, Nebraska Weekend edition Beatrice dab a if you did no to see it in the Sun it did no to happen temperatures High Low yesterday 68 58 High Low a year ago 60 43 precipitation Trace precipitation this month 2.24 precipitation to Date 26.46 precis. To Date a year ago 27.66 weather partly Cloudy saturday night with increasing cloudiness sunday with Chance of showers Low tonight 50-55 High tomorrow in upper 60s to lower 70s. 68th year no. 93 zip code 68310 10c per copy 25th anniversary Observance of United nations draws to close around the clock guards on Frazie Beatrice Nebraska saturday sunday october 24, 25, 1970 by Tom Hoge represents the Road to a Strong United nations . Or and More effective United apr the . General As nations fulfilling its purposes in Sembly wound up its 25th Anni Der the Ersary commemorative session action on the declaration of today by adopting a solemn declaration reaffirming its Faith in the world organization condemning colonialism and calling for an end to the arms race. Secretary general u Thant warned a a we have Little time left to restore the Faith which the people throughout the world had at the birth of this he said the nations of the world had two alternatives that there will be no change a a in our outmoded procedures and policies or that the United nations will receive More support especially from the great Powers. A if the first course is Fol contended they were not Strong the High Point of the Cerebra in a major policy speech enough. Tion came Friday when British Heath predicted that the 1970s stung by the attack on its and prime minister Edward Heath will be a decade in which civil ministration of Angola Mozham emperor Haile Selassie of wars not wars Between nations Bique and portuguese Guinea Ethiopia prime minister Indira will pose the greatest threats to Faith in the United nations and Portugal called for a vote on the Gandhi of India and president Freedom. A a increasingly the use its goals closed out the 10-Day colonialism Section. South Afri Nixon took the Rostrum in the of violence has become not the commemorative session at Ca then demanded a vote on the great Blue and Gold Assembly last resort of the desperate but which 18 Heads of state 24 entire declaration so it could Hall within hours of each other the first resort of those whose chiefs of government and 44 oth record its dissent. Many of Nixon a remarks simple a constructive is or representatives mostly for Portugal a demand was de were aimed directly at the Lead anarchy a he said. A that we heated 58-13 with 14 abstentions ers of the soviet Union repro must All surely and South Africa was persuaded seated at the anniversary ses recalling that his plea for to withdraw its motion on Sion by foreign minister Andrei help from the league of nations grounds its dissent would be re a. Gromyko. Nixon proposed against an invasion by italian fleeced in the record of the de that the two superpowers work dictator Benito Mussolini failed eign ministers paid tribute to the world forum. Night session its final form was hammered out in a lengthy nighttime session that ended Early Friday. The most controversial sections of the 12-Point document were paragraphs 6 and 7 dealing with Portugal a african colonies and South africans system Bate. United pollution fight in addition to the Appeal for limitation of weapons the declaration also hailed the .�?Ts second development decade now together to defeat a hunger and in 1936, Selassie voiced concern disease and human misery a that the United nations might abandoning a the old patterns of follow in the footsteps of its Vir Power tally powerless predecessor. Mrs. Gandhi the first speaker he criticized the world body a of the Day urged the United a charter saying it assumes that Lowed a he said a this organization will become increasingly in the sections were too Strong but relevant the second alternative the Independent african states beginning and urged dons to use fully the loyalty and member nations will discharge of apartheid or racial Segre a Friendly relations in the world support of the nonaligned a their obligations in Good Faith Tion. Both delegations thought Community and a United fight dons a and also the inmost de against pollution of the Environ sire for peace which exists in Merit. The Peoples of All respect for authority key to curbing violence Washington apr a Veteran diplomats Crisp remark summed up what Many believe today about prospects for president Nixon a bid for peaceful Competition to improve world conditions. Paul Henri spank of Belgium president of the United nations general Assembly a first ses chinese release Sion in 1946, was asked if Nix ones Appeal to the Kremlin de Antish of ulcer a Man identified by police As John Linley Frazier hangs his head As sheriffs deputies handcuff him outside the Remote Cabin where he was captured Friday. Frazier was taken into custody in connection with the slaying of five people at the Home of or. Victor m. Ohta. A wire photo Lack of respect for the Politi closure of income from outside Cal system is a crucial problem sources facing the United states form senators should not represent ii Emerta . A Fech Friday or governor Frank b. Morrison special interests and conflicts is Likely t0 Lead to anything said Friday in Beatrice. Of interest should be prevented and not a crimes of violence Are sky Morrison said. Here a Spaak said. A ifs a Long rocketing a Morrison said and they Are paid $42,500 salary along with fringe benefits and be allowed predicted they a would continue until we revise attitudes in politics in the Monson Nebraska democratic candidate for Senate spoke at a meet the candidate luncheon sponsored by the Beatrice chamber of Commerce in the defenders townhouse. Next wednesday incumbent Norbert Tiemann candidate for Gover from outside sources he said. If elected Morrison promised to work full time on the problems and to divorce himself from private concerns. Morrison said it was essential to upgrade the political system and restore Public Confidence in the police agencies and Emp a Hong Kong a looking a thin Pale and tired a a British officer detained in communist China for 2/2 years crossed into Hong Kong today. Britons stir ire of Lincoln mayor sary session foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko was strictly noncommittal. A i want to study it thoroughly a Gromyko said of Nixon a speech. He added a we Are still firmly for Nixon himself clearly did not Peter Crouch was taken from who visited Lincoln recently and the merchant vessel demo Ocus went Home to report such things when it was in Shanghai in april As drinking being sinful but 1968. He told Hong Kong Immi plentiful and wife swapping of Gration officials at to we Bor curing among the wealthy in Der crossing that he was in the Nebraska capital City has formed of his impending release stirred the ire of Lincoln May last thursday. Or Sam Schwartzkopf. The officials said Crouch car the tales of life in Lincoln a ried some baggage wore a Pale geared in the color Magazine of by Doug Willis Santa Craz Calif. Apr armed guards in pairs Are posted around the clock at each Corner 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 Frazier 24, but Are taking no chances. Innocent plea Frazier pleaded innocent Friday at a tightly guarded arraignment on charges of murdering or. Victor Ohta 45, his wife Virginia 43, their sons Derrick 12, and Taggart la and the Eye surgeons Secretary Dorothy Cadwallader 38. The armed deputies were stationed at the three Story downtown building housing the jail and sheriffs office a few minutes after Frazier was booked there on five counts of first degree murder. Deputies admitted Only persons a with urgent and necessary flood lights were installed for extra Security sheriff Douglas b. James news conference was held outside to announce details of Frazier a capture at Dawn Friday in a former a one cow milk bams a half mile from the Mohtas $250,000 Flagstone mansion on a Hilltop overlooking Monterey Bay. Frazier had lived about two has a certain Energy and moral commitment that others have not. I think that a Why people say Lincoln is a Good place to months in the shabby 6-by-6-foot raise shelter in a Gulley strewn with the City has no organized wrecked automobile bodies an crime and the government a is investigator said. He was asleep nor will speak at Ute noon i sized that the police were Only any speedy development Blue sport shirt and Blue my the co native daily Tete candidate Frank Morrison annual women a division card party tuesday night the annual women a division in the past about 400 men and of the chamber of Commerce women have annually attended card party will be held tues the event which provides sup Day oct. 27 at the 4-h build port for the ladies lounge loing according to miss Willa rated at 121 South 5th Street. Mae Ray chairman. Chairmen for the evening in tickets Are available at the elude food mrs. Victor Rector chamber of Commerce office prizes mrs. Chester Kassing Pyle a Book and tobacco shop tables mrs. Henry Randall the Beatrice vision clinic from clean up mrs. Lydia Mann. Any member of the women a division or at the door t h e night of the party. Prizes and lunch Are included in the Price of a ticket. Local merchants Are providing prizes. Warns meeting. Speaking on Law enforcement Morrison said a regardless of legislation you re not going to improve Law enforcement until you improve respect for authority and the political unless this is done he warned a we will see the system As known in the past is the main Issue is the Peoples right to a Complete flow of information Morrison said. He again urged that both he and his opponent senator roman Hruska appear together before the people. Public Confidence Steps must be taken to restore Public Confidence in t h e government Morrison said and urged the Complete disclosure of income of senators and congressmen. Morrison said the two Nebraska senators have blocked Dis an of the political Struc wiping out what he portrayed As Ture. The Post world War ii pattern of he spoke of the disaffection of big Powers jockeying for Max youth in the . Political sys mum advantage in every Situa tem increasing crime and con tj0n e j usual bomb threats in Omaha. He said the deep or ,ti0n. Differences have caused a much inflate on keeps moving of the the ahead almost unchecked he most grievous troubles and in said ,.proved relations Between the inflation has been responsible two superpowers Are needed to for increased interest rates the Jay a for gi0t>ai peace. Surtax and the effect to Cool off inflation has caused unemployment. A it is cruel to throw people out of work to Dampen the Nixon said the nuclear superstate should abandon a the old patterns of Power politics for a new Road. He added a i invite the leaders of the soviet Union to join us in taking Morrison said the government at new Road to join in a should Zero in on consumer peaceful Competition not in the goods in Short Supply Partiful accumulation of arms but in the arly of Progress not ?j0u. Me in the building of missiles but in waging a winning War against hunger and disease and human Sers and looked tired Pale and graph which sent five writers thin. To report on a the City of aver he was the third prisoner the a quote american the Home of the chinese communists have freed rnai qty _ the newspaper said it select in recent months. Roman Catho e j Lincoln by sticking a pin in lie Bishop James e. Walsh an Tje Middle 0f a map 0 die american was released in july United states after 12 years detention and features writer Denis Hart British Engineer George Watt sad Lincoln thinks of itself As was set free in August after puritanical a but a live Puri serving eight months of a Taniai spirit is not much in three year sentence. Evidence the peking regime reportedly a wife swapping is ready to release another de they tolerate neither the Liv trained briton Bank manager eng together As Man and wife of David Johnston. He was taken the unmarried nor Homo sex prisoner in Shanghai in August Quality a Hart said but a a Good Deal of adultery is accepted among the monies classes. It has been known for some to Swap their Santiago Chile apr or. Darrell Berg the minister remarkably free of illicit influences a Hart said. Writer Sally Beauman dismissed Lincoln a outward appearance As architecturally Dull and columnist Auberon Waugh said a the Only real Fly in the ointment of the upper crust concerns the shortage of and offered no resistance when captured by two deputies. A Deputy explained the Security measures by saying a a we be never had a prisoner like this courthouse cleared for the arraignment the Santa Cruz courthouse was cleared Waugh said doctors were the of visitors and officers checked Allende elected crease production and decrease costs he said. Increased production costs turn to Page 2, column 6 Congress today elected sen. Sal of Trinity methodist Church Vador Allende a marxist who who led the City a first anti Viet has pledged to bring socialism Nam War demonstrate on a was misery in our own countries and to Chile As president for the quoted As saying a because of around the next six years. Leadership Here is puritanical it garbage piling up after dirty strike wealthiest citizens a and consequently the most at the country club a the doctors eat Gargantuan steaks at a special table while the rest of Lincoln a supper crust scowls at them from a distance a he said. Streets rolled up food specialist Clement Freud a the grand son of Sigmund Freud a said the City closes up Early and a i should put the witching hour of Lincoln at around 9 15 ., with a Strong likelihood of turning into a pumpkin before 10 30.�?� writing about the City a drinking Peter Dickinson said that residents think a liquor is sinful a although a by Law every bar in Lincoln must serve food but i did not see anybody eating. A if you want swinging weekends you probably Fly up to Kansas City a he added credentials and searched newsmen and spectators before admitting them to the heavily guarded building. Policemen from four neighbouring 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 shoeless and wearing leg Irons but no Handcuffs when he appeared before municipal court judge Donald o. May. Asked if he understood his constitutional rights Frazier told the judge when asked if his name was John Linley Frazier he whispered asked if he is known by any other name he replied firmly Public defender Gary Britton entered an innocent plea. He Fred said the Best re Mem was appointed to represent Fra Breed things about Lincoln were Zier a a conferred with him Hobby show bigger than years past hobbies to interest just about anybody were set up at the Ceramic and Hobby show saturday morning in Indian Creek mall. Places were reserved for 57 exhibits 15 More than last year. The Ceramic and Hobby show will be open to the Public saturday until 9 And sunday from noun to 6 . Admission is free. Only a few of the Hobby ests were displaying Ceramic projects. There were collections of knitting crocheting and people sewing. The Wilber czechs had a Large display and items for Sale and the Beatrice mrs. Jaycees also had a table. Rock collecting and jewelry displays occupied one table and in other parts of the Long Hall were Antiques plastic and Ceramic items cakes tinware Flowers lugs and lampshades. Back to Cost ibis is a last reminder Daylight savings time ends officially at 2 . Sunday oct. 25. So set your watches Back one hour at bed time saturday night. Typhoon rate cuts into military bases Saigon apr typhoon Kate Cut heavily into Allied military operations today As it moved Inland toward the Northern coast of South Vietnam and of a military Hospital and some planes in Danang. But weather forecasters predicted Kaite would lose much of us punch mice hit the coastline about 30 Miles South of Danang at 7 a in. Local time sunday. Activity dropped to one of its lowest Levels of the War As heavy Cloud covers spawned by Kate cancelled Many american tactical fighter bomber strikes. The . Command said fighter bombers logged Only 46 air strikes across South Vietnam during the 24-hour period ending at 6 . Today the lowest number in at least nearly two years. The weather Bureau Here said Kate a position at Nightfall saturday was 150 Miles almost due East of Danang with maximum winds of 80 Miles per hour. It was moving West at 12 Miles per hour and the winds were expected to diminish to about 70 Miles per hour. A the winds will decrease quickly once it hits the Shore line a said the forecaster. A once it goes Inland it will dissipate in a hurry and the winds will drop off because of the mountains on the coast. You can almost Rule out possible wave or flood it is expected to dump four to eight inches of rain along Tho Northern coast. The cleanliness the Overall friendliness and the incredible crashing boredom a and Waugh saluted the City a Well to do by saying a if these people Are typical of the Backbone of America then there is Hope. They Are resilient confident and a i feel that it is a discredit to Lincoln and its citizens for a few european reporters to come within minutes of when he wa3 booked. Judge May set a preliminary hearing for to . Wednesday rejecting a motion by diet. Atty. Peter Chang or. For an additional Days delay to allow presentation of the Case to the grand jury. Should the grand jury indict Frazier it would Send the Case into Superior court without the to Lincoln for a few Days and necessity for More preliminary attempt to make general state municipal court proceedings. This picture illustrate the spreading problem of uncollected garbage. This rubbish dump was Pilot graphed by the a12 trunk Road near Rumford and ii the result of the dirty jobs strike which involves refuse collectors. A wire photon Ems about the moral character of our City a said mayor Schwartzkopf. A not having had the Courtesy of calling on me or police chief Joseph Carroll i have no Way of knowing what standards they used or Whert they sought to find their information. A however As Lincoln a mayor i am satisfied that they could not have come in Contact with the majority of Lincoln a families or churches. Limited few a and while there May be a limit d few in our Community As there Are in All communities whose moral standards Are below desired Levels those few surely do not represent our this is not the first time Lincoln has received attention from the London daily Telegraph. In 1968, Alex Faulkner chief american correspondent after visits to the City wrote a a tale of two cities a a sunday weekly Magazine comparison of Lin Coon and Norwich England which has about the same population. The article suggested Lincoln lagged the culture and social welfare and excelled in sports and recreation. A possible work of one Chang said he believed the killings could have been the work of one person. He told newsmen the murder charges stemmed from information from three of Frazier a hippie Type acquaintances whom he refused to identify plus statements by Frazier a estranged wife. The shanty where Frazier was arrested is separated by a rugged Ravine from the luxurious estate where the five victims were bound blindfolded shot to death and dumped into the swimming Pool. A typewritten note left under the Windshield wiper of the doctors Rolls Royce was signed with the names of four knights from Tarot Fortune telling cards and threatened death to ail who a misuse the natural in an affidavit filed to obtain the warrant thursday mrs. Frazier was quoted As saying he left her sunday after staying overnight at her House taking a ,38-caliber pistol and Knapsack of food but leaving behind his Wallet Drivers License and a Book on the Tarot method of Fortune telling

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