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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Bluefield, West Virginia T Bluefield daily Telegraph saturday pet. 24, 1970alleged killer of judge is granted psychiatric exam doctors meet with Phillips the alleged killer of Bland county va., judge Pierce g. Kegley was granted a preliminary psychiatric examination by three Abingdon va., doctors Friday in a meeting Between Buchanan county judge Glen Phillips and attorneys in Bland va., officials said. A spokesman for the prosecution said judge Phillips granted the preliminary examination for Charles Edward Jarrell 71, of Bastian va., who allegedly shot judge Kegley at his office in the Bland courthouse on april i. Judge Kegley died the same Day in route to a Bluefield Hospital. The spokesman said the preliminary examination will be made to determine if Jarrell would require further and More thorough examination. Judge Phillips granted the motion to the defendants attorneys Willis Woods and James Glees of Wytheville va., and named the three Abingdon doctors but their identities were not immediately available. Attorneys for Jarrell also presented a motion to a a discover the names of witnesses and copies of firearms and All documents in connection with the Case a but judge Phillips did not act on the motion. Jarrells attorneys also stated that they would probably request a change of venue or trial in another location a a when and if it becomes it was thought that such a motion would be presented during the meeting Friday. Judge Phillips told the attorneys that the examination would begin a a As soon As Jarrell has been lodged in Wythe county jail in Wytheville since his release from a Wytheville Hospital on april 8. He was seriously wounded in an apparent Exchange of gunfire with judge Kegley on april i. Deaths and funerals courthouse activities four property transfers were recorded in Mercer county clerks office in the courthouse Friday. They were or. And mrs. Marvin m. Davis to or. And mrs. Jerry l. Patrick property at Robins rest in Beaver Pond District $1,800. Martha a. Conner or. And mrs. Doan Whitt or. And mrs. Bernard Conner Bernice Conner or. And mrs. Willard w. Conner and or. And mrs. Raymond Conner to or. And mrs. Lonnie Mitchum property off Waters of Black lick Creek $8,000. Or. And mrs. Ronald Wade to or. And mrs. Billy e. Walters property in Plymouth District near Summers county line $50,-000. Or. And mrs. Harlan r. Lambert to or. And mrs. Jimmie Lee lot at Hiawatha in Rock District $2,400. Parents continued from Page one Challenge a the authority of schools to Institute a religion which sex education is. Quot i want the Law thrown out on the grounds that it is in conflict with the Federal he did not say when he would Start his Legal moves. The Gracey a claim a a the right by god to determine what kind of education their children should receive. They said sex education is taught at All Grade Levels in the schools and that evolution is taught As fact rather than theory. They also contend that instruction into the problems of ecology and Over population Lead children to believe that abortion and birth control Are not sinful and that communism is taught to a a make it sound like just another political school officials deny the allegations. Robert Carr an administrative assistant to the District principal says sex education is not taught that evolution is taught As theory that abortion is discussed As a a burning Issue in the legislature a and that communism is taught As just another economic system. Population continued from Page one Canada Rise from 226 million now to 272 million by 1980. Eastern Asia including Mainland China has a population now of 902 million and its 1.4 per cent growth rata will push it Over 1.1 billion before 1980. The rest of Asia already has close to 1.1 billion people by 1980 it will have Well Over 1.4 billion. James w. Combs James Wilson Jim Combs 45, of Jewell Ridge va., died in a Richlands va., Hospital Friday afternoon after a Long illness. Born in Russell county va., he was a son of the late Bill and Bertha Nash Combs. He had been a jewel Ridge resident for the past 13 years. He was employed of Jewell Ridge Coal corp. Retiring in 1969. He was a member of Jmwa local 7237 of Jewell Ridge and a member of the free pentecostal holiness Church. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Dorothy Taylor Combs four daughters Betty sue Combs Patricia Ann Combs Linda Gay Combs and Nora Jean Combs of the Home four sons. Johnny Wayne Combs of Detroit mich., James Randolph Combs Donald Ray Combs and Bobby Glenn Combs of Home one step daughter mrs. Bernice Whitt of Roanoke a. Two Brothers Roy Glen Combs of Dante va., and Elster Combs of Jewell Ridge and two step grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted monday at la . At Hurst. Scott funeral Home in Richlands va., with brother is Tel Clifton and brother Carlos Brown officiating. Burial will follow in Nash family cemetery at Nash a Ford near Honaker a. The body will be taken from the funeral Home to the residence today at to . And will be returned to the funeral Home sunday at i . Where friends May Call. Pallbearers will be Junior Burgess Gerald Lockhart Don Baldwin Claude Reedy Hurbert Griffith Grover Jackson Mel Ford Gilbert and Joe Thomas. Honorary pallbearers will be Pete Hunter Ira Wilson Raymond Russ and Charlie Boyd. Mrs. Louise m. Beverly mrs. Louise Meadows Beverly 45, of Vienna va., formerly of Richlands. Va., died thursday night in a Hospital in Washington d. C., after a Long illness. She was the daughter of mrs. Carrie Barnes Meadows of Richlands and the late Marvin Meadows. Her husband j. P. Beverly preceded her in death in 1969. Surviving Are one daughter Linda Barron Meadows of Vienna one son Joseph Patrick Beverly or. Of Vienna two Sisters mrs. Mary Emma Cordell of Richlands and miss Carolyn Meadows of Arlington a. Two Brothers Marvin Meadows or. Of Bristol tenn., and Elmer Meadows of Richlands. Funeral services will be conducted monday at 2 . At Winchester National cemetery Chapel in Winchester a. Burial will follow in the National cemetery. Murphy a funeral Home at 1102 West Broad St., Falls Church va., is in charge of arrangements. Friends May Call at the funeral Home. Mrs. Dorcas p. Blackwell mrs. Dorcas p. Blackwell. 74, of Midway died Early Friday morning in a Bluefield Hospital she was a daughter of the late Floyd and Phebia Ross. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. William Edith Hudak of great neck md., mrs. Frank Marie Stamper and mrs. Ruth Parks of Bluefield four sons Ray l. Blackwell of Honaker va., John William and Robert Blackwell of Bluefield 47 grandchildren 20 great grandchildren and one brother. Brack Johnson of War. Funeral services will be conducted sunday at 2 . At Midway Church of Christ with Rev. Tom Brown officiating. Burial will follow in Woodlawn cemetery at Bluewell. The body will be taken from Mercer funeral Home in Bluefield to the Home of Frank Stamper at 713 Harry Street Bluefield today 4 . Where friends May Call. John s. Hatfield John s. Hatfield 74, of Wharncliffe died Friday in a Williamson Hospital. Born in Wharncliffe he was a son of the late Allen and Cora Hatfield. He was a member of the Church of god. Survivors include his widow mrs. Myrtle Miller Hatfield one son Dallas Hatfield of Chicago 111. Three daughters mrs. Loretta Maynard of Chicago sue Hatfield of Huntington and mrs. Ruth Phipps of Gilbert two Brothers Howard Hatfield of Wharncliffe and French Hatfield of Columbus Ohio two Sisters mrs. Amy Blackburn of Bluefield and mrs. Octavia James of new town and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted sunday at i p. In. At the Church of god in Wharncliffe with Rev. Jim Bragg officiating. Burial will follow in Toler cemetery. Friends May Call at Brooks funeral Home in Gilbert today from 6 to 9 . The body will be taken to the Church one Bour prior to services. Bobby w. Hager Bobby Wayne Hager 29, of it. 5. Bluefield died Early Friday morning in a Bluefield Hospital after a Long illness. Born in Bluefield be was an i employee at Grants Market in Bluefield. He was a son of Cleo i e. And Frances Tibbs Hager of Bluefield. He was a member of the Hurricane Church of god. In addition to Bis parents sur mrs. Fannie Caroline Smith mrs. Fannie Caroline Davis Smith 81, of the Lake Park Section of Richlands va., died at her Home thursday night following a Long illness. She was born in Buchanan county. Va., a daughter of the late Leonard and Elizabeth Al Tizer. Survivors include one daughter miss Vergie Smith of the Home one son Linkous Smith of Richlands three stepdaughters mrs. Fannie Perkins of Doran va., mrs. Mollie Patrick of Cedar Bluff. Va., and mrs. Ollie Davis of Raven. Va., two Stepsons Beve Smith of Doran and Charles Smith of red Ash a. Four Sisters mrs. Evelyn Childress of jewel Ridge va., mrs. Alice Johnson of Raven mrs. Dollie Hagy of Richlands and mrs. Bertha Wilder of Elkhart ind one grandson and one great grandson. Funeral services will be conducted sunday at i . In Mullins funeral Home Chapel Richlands with elder Stewart Owens and elder Oscar Pruitt officiating. Burial will follow in the family cemetery at shorts Gap a. Pallbearers will be nephews Carrol Barrett Alfred Hagy Raleigh Johnson. Curtis and Raymond Davis and grat Day. Friends May Call at the residence until the funeral hour. Mullins funeral Home Richlands is in charge of arrangements. Charlie Allen funeral services for Charlie Allen 68, of High Street. Princeton. Who died in a Princeton Hospital wednesday following a Long illness will be conducted sunday at 2 . In Shiloh Baptist Church Princeton with Rev. K. Hooper and Rev. Maston Howard officiating. Burial will follow in rest Awn memorial estates. Littlesburg. He had been a Princeton resident since moving from Lamar in 1953. He was born in Martinsville a. He was a retired Miner. He was a member of Shiloh Baptist Church. Princeton. He was preceded in death by his wife Anise Allen his parents and one daughter. Survivors include four daughters. Mrs. Clara and mrs. Betty Hairston and mrs. Elnora Walbom of Princeton and mrs. Bernice Banks of Knoxville Tenn three sons Rudolph and Charles Allen of Princeton and George Allen of new York City one sister mrs. Ethel Dillon of Dayton Ohio and 23 grandchildren and to great grandchildren. Pallbearers will be John Forney James Forney eater Callen de Paige Oliver Scott and Bill Wright. Flower bearers will be or s. Katherine Baxter mrs. Ora Hooper mrs. Martha Boulden mrs. Louise Zanders mrs. Olivia Martin and mrs. Jennette Cole. Nixon delivers in. Address continued from Page one Robert p. Riley Robert Paul Riley 58, of Bel air md., died in a Baltimore md., Hospital wednesday afternoon after a Brief illness. Born in Mcdowell county he was a son of Glen g. Riley of Delta pa., and the late Rebecca Jane Rose Riley. He had been a resident of Bel air for the past 30 years. He was employed by Aberdeen proving grounds and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ in Bel air. He was a Veteran of world War ii and had served in the Navy. In addition to his father survivors Are his widow mrs. Florence Bowman Riley one daughter. Mrs. Nancy Hodge of Baltimore two sons Daniel Riley of Yorkland Del., and spec. 5 Milton Riley at fort George g. Meade my. Four Sisters mrs. Roland Wiebley of Hollyhock tenn., mrs. Greever Bandy of Salem va., mrs. Robert Herald of Baltimore and mrs. Dock Williamson of Squire three Brothers Clarence Riley of Bel air Edward Riley of Sedalia mo., and Glen Riley or. Of Delta a. And to grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted today at 2 . From the Church of Christ with Rev. Charles m. Sublett officiating. Funerals Brown. Allen Everett. 74. Of Oakvale Road Princeton today at 2 30 . In George w. Seaver Chapel Princeton with Rev. Harry Sawdey and Rev. Fred Rinser officiating. Burial will follow in Roselawn memorial gardens. Bluefield Princeton Road. Nephews will serve As pallbearers. Thomason. John Emmett. 75. Of 206 South seventh St., Princeton today at la . In George w. Seaver Chapel Princeton with Rev. Jimmy Jones officiating. Burial will follow in res Haven cemetery. Pallbearers will be Fred Thomason. Bob Thomason. Russell Hutchens. Ear Price Jimmy Kea Singer and Winfrey Shrewsbury. The soviet Union has 243 my. Viborg induce pm Brothw lion right now its a 4 per cent Jaccie Hafer of Bluefield on<5 anmia1 rate of growth will give 5istej. Org e Linda 295 million in a decade. Hallgr of Bluefield. Palermi Bluefield daily Telegraph grandmother mrs. Flora k. Has Ger of Bluefield and maternal s3aswfc a grandmother. Rev. Minnie Tibbs of Petonke. Press which u to funeral services will be con a Echt j ducted sunday at 3 30 . Sun us new oubilb�4 therein Btu ascription Kates by Carrier daily end Sunder me per week by my in it St end eee end Lone Jeslis of we Virginia mijo per Yew Haum to other a a a fur ii bed on Eppli member audit Bureau of Circle Bon advertising Dupreee Nueve Kwh Boa 4 Telephone Ota 171 Day in Mercer funeral Chape in Bluefield with Rev. Herbert Suiter officiating. Burial will follow in Monte Vista Park cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral borne after 5 . Today. Garner Edgar Ralph 61, of 1120 West Cumberland Road Bluefield. Today at 2 . At first Christian Church with Rev. Glenn Weaver officiating. Burial will follow in Monte Vista cemetery. Pallbearers Ron Meador Dan Sayers Gene Taylor George Martin Jack Bundy and Eddie Herald. The body will be taken from Hawkins funeral Home to the Church one hour prior to services. Murray. Mrs. Ida Edith 64. Of Pocahontas a today at 2 . At Boia Revain Baptist Church in Boissevain va., with or. Ted r. Cook officiating. Burial will follow in Willard cemetery in Abba Valley a. Pallbearers will be Paul Groseclose Jim Groseclose Oakley Johnston. Donald Johnston Kenneth sen Ter Walter Harmon and John Sanders. Members of the Church choir will carry Flowers. Rodriguez Pocahontas Union funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Henry Earl keen Henry Earl keen 54, of Patterson va., died thursday evening in a Bluefield Hospital following a Long illness. He was a son of the late Cam and Alta Ward keen. He was a retired Miner and member of Jmwa local no. 7327 at Patterson. Survivors include his widow mrs. Julie Horn keen t w o daughters mrs. Roger Sparks and mrs. Larry Sparks of Bedford Ohio two sons Roger keen of Bedford and James keen of the Home five stepdaughters mrs. Myrtle Horn of it. I Raven va., and mrs. Hazel gouge mrs. Louise Owens and mrs. Okie Carter of crab Orchard three Stepsons. Harvey and Herman keen of pilgrims Knob a. And Curtis keen of Wilmington Del. Six grandchildren and 37 Ste grand children. Funeral services will be conducted sunday at la . In Antioch Church keen Mountain va., with Rev. Ancil Childress officiating. Burial will follow in Essaw Riffe cemetery keen Mountain. Friends May Call at the Buchanan funeral Home at keen Mountain today after to . Cecil j. Marrs Cecil Junior Marrs 45. Of 2241 Washington St. Bluefield died Early Friday morning at h i a Home after a Long illness. Surviving Are his widow. Mrs. I Thelma Marrs one daughter mrs. Elizabeth Marie Caudill of Bluefield four sons Barry Cecil James Wallace Bobby Lee and Mark Wayne Marrs of Bluefield three Brothers Bill Marrs and Clarence Marrs of Nemours and Ralph Marrs of Gainesville Fla. And six Sisters mrs. Joe Fleshman of Tucson. Artz., mrs. Clyde Newman of Greensboro n. C., mrs. Fred Green of Pocahontas va., mrs. Lilly Workman of Nemours mrs. Goldie Ruble of Bluefield. Va., and mrs. Joseph Smith of Bluefield a. Funeral services will be conducted sunday at 2 . At Mercer funeral Chapel in Bluefield with Rev. George Durham officiating. Burial will follow in Maple Hill cemetery in Bluefield. A. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 4 p. In. Today. And broadcast speech. Nixon acknowledged that the United nations has not achieved prime goals hoped for by its founders a Quarter Century ago. The main shortcoming in the View of . Supporters has been the failure to be Able to keep peace. Stressing a need to approach International problems realistically. Nixon portrayed Post world War ii differences As being at the heart of Many of the world so and the United nations troubles. These differences Between the two superstate with great real Power in the world will continue in Many respects he said but a your task is to keep that Competition peaceful and to make it and he said without going into details that True Progress in relations can come Only from a a series of actions a rather than from surface cordiality or better personal ties Between government chiefs. The president outlined four common incentives to the two great Powers to curb their differences a avoiding a nuclear confrontation. A reducing the arms Burden. A increasing u. S. Soviet Trade since both nations Are major Industrial Powers. A helping with economic and social development needed around the world. On the Mideast. Nixon put prime responsibility for peace on the arabs and israelis themselves but said a a it is imperative that the two major Powers conduct themselves so As to strengthen the forces of peace rather than strengthen the forces of and he urged As Washington has before the continuation of the Mideast cease fire and of the efforts for peace negotiations. He spoke Only briefly of the Vietnam fighting. A a in Southeast Asia let us agree to a cease fire and negotiate a peace a he said. Beside his plea on behalf of Vietnam prisoners. Nixon listed his eight Points for u. N. Members globally economic Aid to poor nations. A a we shall strive to do our full and fair share in helping others to help themselves a Nixon said. A strengthening the u. N. Peacekeeping capacity. A cooperation in preserving the environment. A controlled development of undersea resources. A curbing the worlds population explosion so a a the Quantity of life does not impair the Quality of a attacking the narcotics traffic. A putting a a a decisive end to sky piracy and the kidnapping and murder of Mixon did not unveil any new . Moves in listing these items which Are being dealt with in various International forums. He added a a we shall not be so pious or so hypocritical As to pretend that we have not made mistakes. Or that we have no National interests of our own which we intend to protect. A but we can with Complete honesty say that we maintain our strength to keep the peace and not to threaten the peace a the United states will go the extra mile in doing our part toward making the . Succeed a let us resolve together that the second Quarter Century of the United nations shall offer the world what its people yearn for and what they deserve a world without War a full generation of Ueltz Pfel up Start a nil indicated Ceai Alt Taal pen ult National outlooks showers Are due today Over the Pacific Northwest parts of Colorado Wyoming and Utah and in a wide area from Louisiana and West Florida North to the West Ern lakes. Rain is expected East Al the lakes except for coastal areas. It will be warm along the Eastern Seaboard and cold elsewhere. A wire photo new York Man is charged Here a Brooklyn n. Y., Man was charged with destruction of private property after smashing several windows of business establishments along Bland Street in Bluefield late thursday night in addition to turning in two false fire alarms in the same area police said Friday. According to police reports Wesley r. Davis 23, was charged after the spree in which windows were broken at buildings occupied by the citizens insurance Agency bends clothing store Brown Derby Brooks Radiator shop Tabor a Market and a vacant building. Damage also was done to a construction Barrier at the general Telephone building police said but no estimate of damage to the Barrier and windows had been established Friday night. Police said they were also checking into reports that Daffa May have escaped from a mental institution but had no estimate of when confirmation if any would be available. The false fire alarms were turned in in Bland Street shortly before Midnight thursday. Fire fighters and equipment rushed to the scene of both Only to find that Glass in fire alarm boxes had been smashed. Police said Davia would not be charged with turning in the false alarms adding that the charge of destruction of private property a a is something to hold him on for protective weather by the associated press High Low or. Albany Cloudy. 68 Albuquerque Clear Atlanta Cloudy. Bismarck Cloudy Bluefield Cloudy 64 Boise rain. 48 Boston rain. 59 Buffalo Clear. 59 Charlotte Clear. Chicago Cloudy. Cincinnati Cloudy Cleveland Clear Denver Cloudy. 64 Des Moines rain Detroit Cloudy Fairbanks Snow. Fort Worth Clear Helena Cloudy. 53 Honolulu rain a Indianapolis Clear Jacksonville Clear Juneau Cloudy Kansas City Cloudy 70 los Angeles Cloudy 70 Louisville Cloudy Memphis Cloudy Miami Clear. M Milwaukee rain mils St. A. Rain new Orleans Cloudy m new York Cloudy okla. City rain Omaha Cloudy. 64 Philadelphia Cloudy 70 Phoenix Clear. Pittsburgh Cloudy Prtini me., rain prtlnd., ore., Cloudy 58 rapid City Clear Richmond Cloudy St. Louis Cloudy Salt la. City Cloudy 54 san Diego Clear san fran., Cloudy Seattle rain. 51 Tampa Cloudy. 84 Washington Cloudy Winnipeg Cloudy a missing. 68 57 .37 63 36. 78 52# 54 36 64 43 48 41 .19 59 55 1.59 59 52 m 50 63 55 of 70 43 62 37 ,. 64 33 a a 63 59 ,. 62 37i -14 of 73 60 .89 53 23 m m 69 44 m 57 42 29 70 63 .17 70 57 #71 43 m 72 53 ,. M 70 64 54 of 58 55 .12 m 50 69 63 .16 68 58 .15 64 57 .47 70 64 .81 80 49 a 63 49 58 53 1.86 58 50 .57 60 37 am 60, 70 56 of 54 35, to 60 59 53 .23 51 45 .60 84 68, 68 62 a a 59 30 a Young a loner is arraigned continued from Page one Wampler governor Nunn speak at Grundy dinner by Rachel Riggsby speaking at a Buchanan county dinner in Grundy va., Friday rep. William c. Wampler Rva explained some of the problems of the Coal shortage and pollution. Gov. Louie Nunn of Kentucky also spoke at the dinner on Wampler a behalf. Nunn spoke out for Law and order and against Campus disorders and the permissiveness prevalent in society. He said a a we have got to have people in Congress who will Stop what is going on in America and we Are going to have Law and order and peace in this country. Many times Virginia has reacted and rendered to America men of integrity and principle and America is again asking that you choose one with strength and a sense of dedication to Lead us to a renewal of our National spirit you have that Man in Bill Wampler said he had introduced legislation to permit a 22 percent depletion allowance in earnings derived from the mining of Low sulpher Coal. A a such a tax incentive will encourage the production of Low sulpher Coal which in turn will help relieve the Coal shortage without polluting the environment a he said. A a i have also introduced a Resolution calling for a study of methods to utilize gob or slag Wampler said. This is a particular Type of refuse Coal which results from the mining and processing of bituminous and Anthracite Coal. A a i believe we need to take action now to prevent the environment surrounding our Coal mining area from being further polluted by such Coal residue a be said. In addition Wampler has sponsored legislation to create a Federal commission on fuels and Energy. The purpose of the commission would be to study the nations Long Range Energy requirements and fuel availability and then to make recommendations to the Congress on what action is needed. Wampler will Campaign in Wallington county. Va., saturday morning. He will attend the dedication of Virginia Highlands Community College in Abingdon in the afternoon and then will speak at a Scott county dinner in Gate City va., that night his next visit to Tazewell county will be tuesday. Having spent his time in the Richlands Section during his last visit he will spend the Day this time in the Bluefield Section of the county. His schedule will include a speaking engagement at Bluefield College at to am. Graham Homecoming Queen Dixie Christian renter is crowned 1970 Graham Homecoming Queen by last years Queen Sharon Whitley right during halftime Friday night at the Graham Richlands Grid contest at Mitchell stadium. Tim new Queens escort Tom Neff is at left. Church notices Tabernacle Baptist Rev. J. A. Palmer pastor of the Tabernacle Baptist Church in Bluefield. Va., will be the speaker at the Golden Gate Baptist churches 54th anniversary sunday at 3 . The Church is located on the old Ingleside Road in Princeton. Rev. S. A. Marrs is Host pastor. Went quietly to Check the Cabin. A they found the suspect asleep. They took him into custody without a reporter and a photographer who reached the scene As Frazier was being led away in Handcuffs said they heard shots As they approached. The sheriff said however there was no resistance and that Frazier was unarmed. The location is above the Village of Soquel overlooking Terey Bay about four Miles Southeast of Santa Cruz. Dist. Atty. Peter Chang or. Reported that three hippie Type acquaintances of Frazier first put the Finger on him. Learning of a strange typewritten note left at the scene they came from their Camp in the Woods North of town at 3 . Thursday and told authorities it was the sort of thing Frazier might have written. The note tucked under the Windshield wiper of or. Ohta s Maroon Rolls Royce threatened death to All who a a misuse the natural it was signed with the names of the four a be Eurto cards in the Tarot Fortune telling deck. The hippies directed officers to Frazier s estranged wife who lives about six Miles away officers said. She told them he had left Ber sunday night taking a .38 Cabber pistol and Knapsack of food but leaving behind his Wallet Drivers License and a Book an the Tarot method of Fortune telling. The wife said he also took along expensive binoculars which she said he stole from the Ohta Home six weeks earlier. The District attorney said another acquaintance reported Frazier some time ago remarked that people like the out As were too materialistic and a a should be or. Ohta was killed with two shots in the Back and one in the Chest from a .38-caliber pistol. The others were killed with shots in the Back of the head from a .22-caliber pistol which has not been found but was believed to have belonged to mrs. Ohta. Blindfolded and with hands bound with colourful silk scarves which the doctor collected the bodies were All dumped in Tho family s free form swimming Pool. Authorities speculated that a number of persons participated in the killings. They searched hippie campsites throughout the Region especially in the Woods a dozen Miles to the North where mrs. Ohta a partly burned station Wagon was found in a Railroad Tunnel. When the search narrowed to Frazier the District attorney said it was entirely possible that one person could have committed the crimes. Frazier 5-feet-7, has a Light three Quarter Inch Beard and unkempt Brown hair that hangs Over his Collar. He dropped out of the fresh Man class of Santa Cruz High school in 1961 and since had held a succession of Odd jobs mostly at gasoline stations. Former schoolmates and acquaintances described him As keeping pretty much to himself and not popular with the hippie communes even though he affected that life style. A -----�?4 a Lions plan social a Pocahontas a Lions club will hold a zone social at Rich i lands. Va., armory nov. 7 at i 8 . Pocahontas lion president if Rand Wagner. A thought for today a who Cannel Bear misfortune is not worthy of Good Fortune. A French proverb a humid at a runic stick to to stir oar or Princeton Bank amp Trust co

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