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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Bluefield, West Virginia
Graham. Drops Tornado. Welch Tazewell and Pineville win. Grundy bows. Beaver and Princeton collide today. Big blues play tonight. Sports. Vol. Xxv. No. 297 second cd to Tiff paid at Bluefield. W va., and add l office Bluefield w. Va., saturday morning october 24, 1970 mostly. Cloudy today with a Chance of showers. Highs today in Low 70s lows tonight in 50s. Cloudy sunday Chance of rain. I cents i a cents daily 3 Munday Europe 1970 460 million 36 million by 1980=496 million Man Australia Oce 1970 19 million 3 million by 1980=22 million Africa 1970 344 million current average annual soviets asked to release officers in Border incident two generals among four persons held population growth ticks up Speed world population of 3.5 billion now is expected to be 4.5 bitten in just to years. A population growth of just i per cent per year the average is 1.9 per cent would double the world s population in 69 years. North America 1970 226 million 46 million by 1980= 272 million soviet Union 1970 243 million 52 million by 1980=295 million East Asia 1970 902 million 241 million by 1980=1,143 million a latin America 1970 275 million 112 million by 1980=387 million population growth 114 million by 1980=458 million Asia 1970 1,082 million 364 million by 1980=1.446 million below average annual growth rate North soviet Europe America Union East Asia .9% 1.4% 1.4% .1.4% above average annual growth rate Australia Oceania a a. Latin America 2.9% _ today s news summary United nations n. Y. President Nixon went before the United nations Friday with an Appeal to the soviet Union a to join in a peaceful competitions with America to promote world peace and Progress. Addressing the 127-nation general Assembly a 25th anniversary session Nixon portrayed Many of the world so and the United nations a most grievous troubles As stemming from the deep u. S. A soviet differences since world War ii. Santa Cruz. Calif. A shaggy bearded Young a loner a charged with the methodical murder of five persons in an isolated mansion monday was arraigned Friday afternoon under tight Security by officers fearful of Community reaction. John in Rte Frazier 24, was seized peacefully Friday morning As he slept in a Shack Only a half mile from the scene of the shootings. Santiago. Chile soldiers and police enforced the toughest Security measures Chile has seen in More than a decade Friday on the eve of the expected election of marxist Sal j Vador Allende As the country a next president. Saigon a american b52 jets bombed the to Chi Trail again Friday beginning Quot third week of concentrated raids on North Vietnam s Supply line in the laotian Panhandle. Moscow a the u. S. Embassy renewed Friday its re quest to the soviet government to release two u. S. Generals a major and a turkish colonel detained in soviet Armenia since wednesday when their plane landed after going Over the so Viet turkish Border in bad weather Over mountainous territory. Vung Tau. Vietnam a president Nguyen thick and sooth Vietnam Stop military and political leaders Man cd strategy Friday for a standstill cease fire or a prolonged indo China War. The South vietnamese leaders talked about what actions they should take of the v j e t Cong accepts president Nixon a oct. 7 peace proposal. Newport r. I. Breaking with a family tradition of army service David Eisenhower enters naval officer candidate school saturday to begin 18 weeks of training he Hopes will Lead to an ensigns commission. Population bomb alarming crisis United nations n. Y. Apr the Earth has a current estimated population of More than 3.5 billion people and by 1980�?just to years away there will be some one billion More if current population growth continues uninterrupted. A Book published by the population Council and the International Institute for the study of human reproduction of Columbia University outlines the increasingly alarming problem of the worlds population bomb. The problem is clearly illustrated when one considers that while growth of one billion persons is expected Over the next to years the last increase of a billion people took 20 years. In 1950, the world s population was just Over 2.5 billion. The population councils Book called a population and family planning programs a fact Book a notes that the population is growing at a current rate of 1.9 per cent on a worldwide basis. Greatest Burden in the More developed parts of the world where birth rates Are comparatively Low and incomes comparatively High the current population is under l l billion and will Rise to More than 1.2 billion by 1980. The countries in the world that can least afford higher population growths the underdeveloped ones with lower incomes Are going to shoulder the greatest Burden. Their population will grow from a current estimated 2 5 billion to a projected 3.3 billion in 1930. Those figures represent an approximate population growth rate of 1.2 per cent for the less developed countries. Europe has the lowest growth rate a less than i per cent. But even with that Low rate of population increase the current estimated 460 million population is expected to double in 69 years. Latin America at the other end of the scale latin America has a population growth rate of 2.9 per cent. At that rate its current estimated population of about 275 million will grow to 387 million in a decade. It will take Only 19 j years for latin americans pop i elation to double from where it is now. Africa with a current population of 344 million is growing at a rate of 2.4 per cent a year which will give it 458 million in a decade. North America has a population growth rate of 1.4 per cent which will make the figures in the United states and turn to Page 2. Col. I no response yet received from foreign ministry Moscow a the . Embassy renewed Friday its request to the soviet government to release two . Generals a major and a turkish colonel detained in soviet Armenia since wednesday when their plane landed after going Over the so Viet turkish Border. An embassy spokesman said no response has been received from the soviet foreign ministry to this or a formal request to see the . Officers. Under a .-soviet agreement soviet authorities Are required to permit a Consul to see any citizen detained in this country within four Days of his arrest or detention. Accidental the embassy said it asked the soviet government to expedite departure of the plane a six seat Beechraft u8, and its occupants since its intrusion into soviet territory was a clearly the plane landed at the armenian town of Lenin an near the Border on wednesday apparently after running into bad weather on a flight Over mountainous territory in Eastern Turkey. Occupants of the plane were maj. On. Edward c. D. Scherrer top ranking . Military officer in Turkey his senior assistant Brig. On. Claude m. Mcquarrie . Army maj. James p. Russell their Pilot and col. Cevat Denali a Turk ish escort officer. Seek Access the turkish embassy in Moscow said it had asked for Access to Denali. The . Embassy has declined to speculate on suggestions that the plane and its occupants might be used in pressing for the return of two soviet air plane hijackers now being held in Turkey. Charged in slayings John Linley Frazier 24. Stands in Santa Cruz jail with his captors Friday following his arraign ment on five counts of murder in the slayings of or. Victor Ohta three members of his family Aud his medical Secretary. A wire photo Young loner is arraigned in mass California slayings Santa Cruz. Calif. A a shaggy bearded Young a loner Quot charged with the methodical murder of five persons in an isolated mansion monday was arraigned Friday afternoon under tight Security by officers fearful of Community reaction. John Linley Frazier 24, was seized peacefully Friday morning As he slept in a Shack Only a half mile from the scene of the shootings. He was booked at the Santa Cruz county jail while mourners were gathering Only two blocks away for the funeral of four of the victims. They were or. Victor m. Ohta 45, a prominent Eye surgeon his wife Virginia 43, and sons Derrick 12, and Taggart la. The fifth victim the doctors Secretary mrs. Dorothy Cadwallader 38, was buried thursday. The sheriffs office and local police called on officers from four nearby jurisdictions to help in heavy patrolling of the entire area As Frazier was taken in a windowless White the three blocks from the jail to the municipal court. About 20 reporters and 50 tight Security is enforced in Chile As presidential election draws near Santiago Chile a soldiers and police enforced the toughest Security measures Chile has seen in More than a decade Friday on the eve of the expected election of marxist Salvador Allende As the country a next president. The armed forces were placed on maximum Alert roadblocks ringed Santiago and a nightly curfew was ordered for the capita following thursdays attempted assassination of the army a commander in chief. Demonstrations were banned. A Quot die government will not rest from its obligation to find and punish those responsible for this criminal act a president Eduardo Frei said in a nationwide address thursday night in which he formally declared a state of emergency. A it has taken All measures that will assure that the electoral process ends in a Normal left Wing political organizations including the communist party which Back Allende charged the Quot assassinate attempt was the work of Ultra Nixon challenges soviets to a peaceful Competition United nations by. Map it a president Nixon went before the United nations Friday with an Appeal to the soviet Union a to join in a peaceful competitions a with America to promote world peace and Progress. Addressing the 127-nation general Assembly a 25th anniversary session. Nixon portrayed Many of the world so and the United nations most grievous troubles As stemming from the deep .-soviet differences since world War ii. And a the facts of International life As they Are a he said Are that the Competition Between the world s two superpowers must be shifted away from cold War gain seeking in order to Lay a base for global peace. A so i would like to speak with you today not ritualistically but realistically not of impossible dreams but of possible deeds a Nixon told the standing room Only gathering of world envoys and notables. A i invited the leaders of the soviet Union to join us in taking that new Road a he said a to join in a peaceful Competition not in the accumulation of arms but in i 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 Globe. A let us compete in elevating the human spirit in fostering respect for Law among nations and in promoting the works of referring to the Middle East i in particular Nixon called on the great Powers to avoid being a drawn into conflict without their intending it by wars Between smaller soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko listened Atten a timely and impassively As Nixon issued Bis Public bid to Kremlin leaders. But the russian was noncommittal in talking to newsmen afterwards. A i want to study it thoroughly Quot Gromyko said. A we Are still firmly for the president presumably had delivered a similar message to the soviet foreign affairs chief during their White House meeting thursday. Routine applause Greet Nixon As be finished Bis 25-minute televised address. As customary in such sessions he was not interrupted by applause during his i speech. Nixon whisked to new York and Back to the White House in an afternoon. As for the 127-nation United nations generally the president put Forward an eight Point Agen a which he labelled under the beading of a the world included in this was a Call on the United nations to a Register its concern about the treatment of prisoners of War Quot in Vietnam. The United states claims that Hanoi and the Viet Cong Are violating the Geneva rules for fair treatment of prisoners in their handling of captured gis. In a Quick trip from Washington to new York and Back in half a Day Nixon arranged a Short Courtesy Call on . Secretary general u Thant before stepping to the general Assembly Rostrum. In his 3,500-word, televised turn to Page 2, col. 5 right groups in a last ditch at tempt to Block his election by Congress saturday. Because the 62-year-old socialist senator did not win an absolute majority in last month s regular election. Congress must choose Between him and the runner up former president Jorge Allesandri. It is almost certain Allende will win confirmation for a six year term. The army chief. Gen. Rene Schneider 57, was reported to he in a grave condition at a Santiago military Hospital after two delicate operations to remove three bullets from his Chest neck and Arm. He was ambushed by four or five men As he went to work in his chauffeur driven ear. They blocked his path with several other vehicles at a Busy intersection. Then shot him at Point Blank Range with pistols. His Driver rushed him to the Hospital where surgeons had to perform an emergency open heart Massage to restore his pulse. Emilio chevre a retired army general named by Frei to head the search for the attackers said there had been numerous arrests in connection with the shooting. But he added no one had yet been charged with the assassination attempt. The state of emergency act gives Security forces sweeping Powers to make arrests and search without warrants. Spectators who were admitted searched and the rest of the building was evacuated. The slightly built Frazier wearing leg Irons but no Handcuffs looked slowly around the room nodding with a Trace of a smile. Asked if his name was John Linley Frazier he whispered asked if he is known by any other name he firmly replied Public defender Gary Britton entered a plea of innocent to the five counts of murder. Judge Donald o. May set a preliminary hearing for to a m. Oct. 28, refusing the District attorneys motion for an additional Day to take the Case to the grand jury. Then Frazier still with a slight smile was led Back to jail. Dist. Atty. Peter Chang or. Told newsmen information from three unidentified hippie acquaintances and from Frazier a estranged wife had put officers on the Trail that led to the capture. The 6-by-6-foot shanty is separated by a rugged Ravine from the luxurious estate where firemen found the five bodies in the swimming Pool monday night As they vainly tried to save the doctors burning $259,000 mansion. Sheriff Douglas James issued a Brief statement saying a two of the Deputy sheriffs from this department Bradley Arbsland and Rodney Sanford were on surveillance in the Vicinity of a Cabin the suspect had used before a Early this morning they turn to Page 2, col. 8 West virginians to gain an hour saturday night Charleston a West virginians should turn their clocks Back an hour before retiring saturday night. It is Early sunday that the country a time schedule moves Back one hour As Eastern Daylight time bows out in favor of Eastern Standard time. In sex education rift parents regain children Nixon addresses .�?president Nixon speaking Friday before the . General Assembly appeals to the soviet Union to join America in a a peaceful competitions to pro Mote world peace and Progress. Behind him Are left . Secretary general u Thant general Assembly president Edward Hambro and Constantin Stavropoulos . Undersecretary. A wire photo Mexico. . A two roman Catholic parents regained custody of six of their children from court ordered Foster Homes Friday while their lawyer said he would seek repeal of new York s mandatory school attendance Law. Oswego county family court judge Donald k. Comstock had ordered the children of or. And mrs. Gerald Gracey taken from them monday because they had been kept Home from school on what the parents claimed were religious grounds. Friday he ruled that the five girls and a boy Ages 7 to 15, could remain at Home for a test period through nov 13, during w hich time they would be taught at Home by the parents. Or. And mrs Gracey of this Village of 1,500 near the Southeastern Shore of Lake Ontario had been teaching the children at Home since the second Day of the fall semester. The Gracey a contend that sex education and evolution was taught at the Mexico Academy and Central school District in conflict with their religious beliefs. Earlier in the Day the Gracey a lawyer James Mckenna of new York City said he expected to raise constitutional questions about the new York state Law that requires school attendance to age 17. Mckenna said he would seek repeal of the Law because of the changed nature of education today. He said also that he will Tarn to Page 2, col. I it Nice to live in the Corner House if the prevailing wind la your neighbourhood is the kind that blows everybody a leaves in the next Yard Down
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