Bradford Era in Bradford, Pennsylvania
24 Oct 1970

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24 Oct 1970

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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Bradford, Pennsylvania A round mild pair and mild today with in creating cloudiness Lata in Day High in is. Showers Likely to night lows near 50. Clearing sunday High in is. She in weekend football stay tuned to Wesh for a weekend of football fun. Today at 1 30 and 3 30 . Tomorrow at 1 00 . Dial 1490. Square Standard time this k the last Day of Daylight time for this year. In the wee hours of sunday morning time a stands still for one hours As we return to Eastern Standard time from Eastern Daylight. Just six months ago on the last sunday in april we moved All the docks and other timepieces ahead an hour for the summer. But the time come a before retiring tonight a to set those keepers of Tho Timo a a cd one full hour. This Means it will be brighter earlier in the morning than it been. It will also mean that darkness will come earlier and to this Point we Calli your special attention As motorists for the Protection of youngsters who might just Dart out All of a sudden. So remember Daylight time is ending. Standard time comes Early on Tho Morrow and the clocks go a a cd please not ahead Ona full hour. Your dependable Newt medium vol. 94, no. 21 second Claes Portage paid at Bradford a. 1s7q1 Bradford pa., saturday morning october 24, 1970 published Dally except sunday at 43 Mala St. By Carrier �8e Wert by mall 124.00 year 10c a copy hippie charged with slaying of five South Vietnam season. The . Command released Vilnai tau Vietnam api a Nguyen Van Thieu and South observation now that d. Edgar Cohn left again his native Bradford and begun the return to his Home of some 30 years in Malibu Calif., a restful and relaxing Retreat by the Pacific we want to make one observation about him in which Many of our friends concur. As he nears the 80 Mark he a a St for living and an enthusiasm for people and places that set him apart. D. Edgar Cohn May be Rich in recounting pleasant memories of an eventful and productive life but a and this seems to be the very essence of the Man a he kept contemporary. He is interested in people he is Alert to today a events he likes to participate he is gracious and charming. There is no grumpiness in d. Edgar Cohn. He a witty alive and enthusiastic and he is very careful not to become involved in stories of the past that May have Ottile interest a in his judgment forms listener. He longed to return to those Addiso Nian rocks atop the Ridge Over High St. Ext., overlooking South Bradford certainly As he wanted to live again the Days of his youth with the warm memories of is old friends. But the smile on his lips the Quick step through familiar places the Alert pointing out of items of interest to his oct.-22,-1970, companions on Tho journey were those of a Man Young in spirit doing something today and a emphasize that word and not just reliving the past much As it pleased him to enjoy some pleasant reminiscences. This Man from the class of 1908, Bradford High school i Young and stimulating and a mighty Good companion a he is contemporary a and we suspect he been All his life and we Hope a and have a definite feeling a he will be the same Way for Many years to come. B52s Pound to Chi Minh Trail Saigon apr american placed but other sources said b52 jets bombed the to Chi most would not be. Minh Trail again Friday begin the . Command also Aurang a third week of concentrate bounced that five More army de raids on North Vietnam s unit totalling 1,770 men were Supply line in the laotian j feeling inactivated As part of the handle. Cutback that is scheduled to re other big bombers were Di-1 Risoe . Strength in Vietnam Vertex to attack enemy Supply 344,000 by the Christmas sea and communications lines in son Cambodia. Smaller . Aircraft they include company b flew tactical support missions 124th signal battalion batteries for the Royal laotian army. B and a 4th battalion 42nl artillery 4th aviation battalion there have been no b52 raids j538th Engineer battalion and on South Vietnam since oct. To the 302nd Engineer company although smaller planes Contin-1 five units already have been be to support operations of . Removed from the Battlefield and South vietnamese troops. The command said. The laotian bombing Cam i pain is aimed at thwarting Al n. 7 North vietnamese Effort to i strategy mapped move War materials to Commu-1 1 in1 1 nist led troops in Cambodia and Ipi k Mii i $ during he dry for move tons of supplies moving Down streams in Hie area. Other pie titres showed Supply trucks in flames along the to Chi Minh Trail. Vietnam Stop military and political leaders mapped strategy Friday for a standstill cease fire or a prolonged Indochina War. Ground activity remained i huddling for an extraordinary Light and scattered in Vietnam conference in this coastal resort and Cambodia and the . City the South vietnamese Lead command said there were no Lens talked about what actions major engagements involving j they should take if the Viet american troops. I Cong accepts president Nixon a a x a it c 0ct 7 i3 proposal. A spokesman for the . 7th i. Fleet which supports the indo and in Case the enemy spurns China War said of the fleets proposed cease fire they approximately 130 ships were lad p13�?�5 new notary oper being inactivated As part of i a Vietnam and president Nixon a cutback of i Cambodia. , forces in Southeast Asia i the unusual meeting brought _ ,. J. Together All province chiefs Dis those to be retired include Cabinet ministers two 42,000-ton aircraft earners j an Ltd four. Military corps the Shangrila and the Bon commanders. Their discussions homme Richard three destroy-1 continue saturday ers. Eight amphibious ships two ,. Minesweepers and four oilers a a in emphasis was on the sex refrigerator and ammunition pans Lon and consolidation of ships he added. Government political control in Case the Viet Cong should a the spokesman declined to cent a cease fire a a Well in say whether the 19 would be re-1 formed source said. Man seized close to murder scene Santa Cruz Calif. A 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 Linley Frazier 24, was seized peacefully Friday morning As he slept in a Shack Only a Laif mile from the scene of the shootings. He was booked at the Santa Cruz county jail while mourners were gathering Only two mocks 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 a Early this morning they 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 Monterey Bay about four Miles Southeast of Santa Cruz. Russ ignore pleas to free generals bring on the Cream a an off season delicacy is shown above in the hands of Clyde Wells of 412 e. Main St. The luscious strawberries were grown in a plot near his Home and despite wet and coolish weather have matured Well this fall. Era photo by Stewart Nixon urges peaceful ., Russ Competition dist. Atty. Peter Chang or. Reported that three hippie Type acquaintances of Frazier first put Hie 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 toll author police called on embers a rom ties it was the sort of thing Fra jump or might h3w area As Frazier was taken in a the note tucked under the windowless White Van the three Windshield wiper of or. Ohta a blocks from the jail to the my Maroon Rolls Royce threatened Nic court. Death to All who a misuse the a about 20 reporters and 50 Toal spectators who were admitted it was signed with the names were first painstakingly of the four a a court cards in the searched and the rest of the Tarot Fortune telling deck building was evacuated. J the hippies directed officers the slightly built Frazier to Frazier a estranged wife who wearing leg Irons but no hand-1 lives about six Miles away offi cuffs looked slowly around the cers said. Room nodding with a Trace of a i he m sunday night taking a .38 Cali asked if his name was John Ber pistol and Knapsack of food Linley Frazier he whispered but leaving behind his Wallet asked if he is known by Drivers License and a Book on United nations soviet foreign minister an apr president Nixon went Drei a. Gromyko listened Atten before the United nations Fri a timely and impassively As Nixon in Jit Day with an Appeal to the soviet j issued his Public bid to Kremlin Caldy Nixon portrayed Post Union a to pin in a peaceful j leaders. But the russian was orld War ii .-soviet differences As being at the heart of failure to to keep peace. Stressing a need to approach International problems realistic any other name plied competitions with America to noncommittal in talking to news promote world peace and pro men afterwards. Blossom it Appl Blossom Tim again. Jacob l. Farrell of 897 songbird Road reported Friday that a to in his Yard Dava loped a Blossom containing thro Bud s. The tree believed to be of the russet variety is still Well loaded with fruit. How about this mrs. Doris Mcclelland of Hazel Hurst a rather unique experience Friday oct. 23, remember picked some lilacs from a in her Yard she Bush inquest slated wednesday into slaying of Shine Coroner Gale f. Hollenbeck said Friday that he will hold an inquest at 7 . Wednesday at the Bradford township municipal building Hemlock St., in the slaying of Ronald e. Shine 30, of 22 Gilbert Lane who was fatally shot sept. 7. I following a preliminary hearing sept. 17, James t. Shultz 30, of 1032 w. Washington St., was ordered held for court action on a general murder charge by District magistrate Joseph j. Frampton. The victim was allegedly shot on the night of sept. 7 by Shultz who surrendered to authorities several hours after the incident which occurred in front of 924 w. Washington St. Or. Shine was pronounced dead upon arrival at Bradford Hospital that evening. Des lira wart a apr rial Ewe tau drops 90c la. 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 been received from Hie soviet foreign ministry to this or a formal request to see Hie . 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. 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 abandoned tot found in vehicle by Driver Altoona a. Apr it was unnerving a said Les Heit linger after finding an abandoned baby in the car he was driving. A it was just lying on the front seat with a stack diapers. Heitlinger who works for the general services administration in Pittsburgh said he just walked out of the a Hospital Here and made the find. He was driving a car from the government Pool. A i locked the car but i guess i must have left the window police were trying to find the parents of the boy about 18 month eld. Border on wednesday apparently after running into bad weather on a flight Over mountainous territory in Eastern Turkey. Occupants of the plane were maj. Gen. Edward c. D. Scherrer top ranking . Military officer in Turkey his senior assistant Brig. Gen. Claude m. Mcquarrie . Army maj. James p. Russell their Pilot and col. Cevat Denali a turkish escort officer. The turkish embassy in Moscow said it asked for Access to Denali. The . Embassy 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. The soviet foreign ministry been noncommittal in its statements saying Only that the intrusion into soviet territory is under investigation. The plane landed in an area normally closed to foreigners. Gress. 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 worlds two superpowers must be sifted away from cold War gain seeking in order to Lay speech. A base for global peace. Nixon whisked to new York a so i would like to speak with and Back to the White House in you today not ritualistically but an afternoon. Realistically not of impossible for thai United dreams but of pos Sib e deeds Nhuom. Generally the president Nixon told the siding room. Orwar an eight Point Agen a amp Esse y which he labelled under the and notables. I heading of a the world a i invited the leaders of the. A a soviet Union to join us in taking1 included in this was to it a i want to study it thoroughly a Gromyko said. A we Are still firmly for the president presumably delivered a similar message to the soviet foreign affairs chief during their White House meeting thursday. Routine applause Greet Nixon As he finished his 25-minute televised address. As customary in such sessions he was not interrupted by applause during is Many of the world so and the United nations troubles. These differences Between the he firmly re-1 the Tarot method of Fortune telling. Public defender Gary Britton the wife said he also took entered a plea of innocent to the along expensive binocular five counts of murder. Judge which she said he stole from the Donald o. May set a prelim Ohta Home six weeks earlier. Nary hearing for to . Oct. 28, District attorney said an Asi Quot to ha., to Ruth amp a acquaintance reported some time ago remarked that people like the out As were too materialistic and a should be or. Ohta was killed with two motion for an additional Day to Frazer take the Case to the grand jury. It rid then Frazier still with a slight smile was led Back to jail. X.,Coe Waw we a dist. Atty. Peter Chang or. I. Two superstate with great real told newsmen information from shots a a the 3 a of Jujj i and ii i Chest from 3 .38-caliber pistol. Power in the world will continue thre ? a identified hippie a in .-soviet relations can Quaintance and from Frazier so your task is to keep that compe estranged wife put officers tuition peaceful and to make it on the Trail that led to the Cap i Ture. Anil he said without going the 6-by-6-foot shanty is be into details that True Progress parted by a rugged Ravine from the luxurious estate where Ovici Union to join us in Laivin a it a Srpui apr that new Road a he said a to join i listed to Register in a peaceful Competition not in a Jno Viet in .-soviet relation s 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 us soviet continued on Page 14 the others were killed with shots in the Back of the head from a .22-caliber pistol which not been found but was believed to have belonged to mrs. Ohta. Blindfolded and with hands firemen found the five bodies in by cd with colourful silk Arves the swimming Pool monday Helph the doctor collected the night As they vainly tried to i Bodlos were All dumped in the save the doctors burning i ally s free form swimming $250,000 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 used before. Pool. We this Era the accumulation of arms but in i of prisoners of War the dissemination of Progress Nam not in the building of missiles the United states claims that but in waging a win rang War j Hanoi and the Viet Cong Are i against hunger and disease and i mating the Geneva rules for fair human misery in our own coun-1 treatment of prisoners in their tries and around the Globe. I handling of captured gis. A let us compete in elevating in a Quick trip from washing the human spirit in fostering ton to new York and Back in respect for Law among nations half a Day Nixon arranged a and in promoting the works of j Short Courtesy Call on . rotary general u Thant before referring to the Middle East i stepping to the general Assembly particular Nixon called on Bly Rostrum the great Powers to avoid being in his 3.500-Wordtelevised a drawn into conflict without broadcast speech Nixon a their intending it by wars be knowledge that the United a tween smaller tons Bas not aceved prime my in Jug oils hoped for by its founders a Quarter Century ago. The main shortcoming in the View of . Supporters been the a Shafer lashes out it Shapps remarks about state Economy. Pm. 2 former presbyterian Church at Kane to be preserved As memorial to Gen. Kane by mormons. Page 3 web to bring Ramblers is. Coudersport Miami is. Pitt Browns is. Dolphins Grid games. Page 7 Stock Market wandering in narrow Range inches ahead in session devoid of any news. Page 13 . And several european countries nearing partnership to build costly space stations. Page 14 Bridge comics .14 la crossword editorial. 2 hospitals .14 8 stocks .13 radio log women la 5 court orders pc to keep 4 trains running Washington a the i supreme court ruled unanimously Friday the Penn Central Railroad must keep running its four passenger trains Between i Buffalo and Chicago by Way of i Canada. Trustees of the Railroad i claimed an annual loss on the i train of More than $625,000 but the court without comment de a Cline to upset an injunction by a Federal District court that the i service must continue. The switching hour a in a seasonal Motif As Martha Daw of Zanesville Ohio reminds you to switch your clock Back to Standard Tim when you retire tonight. Daylight saving Tim ends officially at 2 . Sunday. Heath sees civil War As biggest danger in 1970s United nations n.y., apr British prime mister Edward Heath said Friday that internal violence erupting into civil War May be the main Dan a Ger facing the nations of the world in the 1970s. In a speech to the 25th anniversary session of the . General Assembly he said new threat confronts a the peace of nations indeed the very fabric of a we have seen in the last few years the grow i of a cult of political violence preached and practice not so much Between states As within them a he said. A it is a somber thought but it May be that in the 1970s civil War not War Between nations will be the main Clanger we will Heath referred to Northern Ireland where he declared the crucial division was not bet Wen protestant and Catholic nor left and right. A it is Between those who believe that constructive change is the Only sound basis for peace Justice and Progress and those who reach at the first Opportunity for the Rifle and the bomb a he said. He conceded that sometimes resort to it violence is a legacy of past errors and due to frustration and desperation Over failure of society to act on legitimate aspirations

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