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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Carthage, Missouri
Spotlighting Tho news Carthage volume eighty six number 251 saturday october 24, 1970 press today snows today Carthage to. Return postage guaranteed by press a service Prague a East German communist leaders Walter Ulbricht and Wuu Stop completed a four Day state visit to Czechoslovakia today and departed for Berlin aboard their special plane. Manila a the Manila daily Mirror said today that president Ferdinand Marcos had dispatched an aide to Moscow to seek soviet assistance for filipino Rural electrification and on exploration projects. Moscow a president Nikolai v. Podgorny will visit Iran later this month for the ceremonial opening of the 1,000-mile trans iranian Gas pipeline the soviet news Agency Tass said today. Saigon a typhoon rate the worst storm to hit the Philippines in 20 years headed today for Danang South Vietnam a second largest City. Cape Kennedy Fla. A five leading . Space officials Are in route to Moscow to explore the possibility of designing common Docking systems for american and soviet spaceships. Marshall to. A an 18-year-old youth identified As Franklin Chevalier of Rural Malta Bend was killed Friday when his car was struck by a Missouri Pacific freight train. Moscow a the soviet Zond-8 spacecraft circled the Moon today and is now on its Way Back to Earth the soviet news Agency Tass reported. Isle of Wight England a a Tanker carrying 70,190 tons of crude Oil was sinking in the English Channel today after colliding with another Oil Tanker and bursting into flames. Washington a atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell says he does t believe the increasing number of fatal attacks on policemen is caused by a conspiracy. Saigon �?1allied officials said today they expect no new moves by Hanoi at the Paris peace talks until at least after next months . Congressional elections. Newport r. I. A David Eisenhower joins the Navy today ending two generations of Eisenhower service with the army. Dacca East Pakistan a a Hurricane with winds of 99 Miles an hour battered nine East Pakistan districts today while tidal Waves engulfed Large areas of three districts beside the Bay of Bengal. San Antonio Tex. A the american lutheran Church criticized by some of its leaders As lacking concern for the oppressed has decided to continue funding projects in the ghettos. New York a the Long Island Railroad said it was running its Normal Light saturday service today after a Surprise strike that stranded 170,000 commuters Friday morning. Dublin Ireland a Ireland a 900 Banks shut by a strike for almost six months were Back in business for the fourth Day today but so far customers Haven to been Able to Cash checks open their safety Deposit boxes or even get inside the doors. Albany n. Y. A gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller has ordered that at least an Apple a Day be Given to residents of institutions operated by the state departments of social services and mental Hygiene. Jefferson City a about $7,000 in articles were reported stolen from the Home of Haskell Holman Missouri auditor Friday night. The Highway patrol said the articles were mostly jewelry. There was no sign of forced entry. Bucklin to. A a Marceline Man who dug his Way out of the Macon county jail thursday night was apprehended Friday in Bucklin about 20 Miles to the West. He was Leroy Tallman who was being held on a no funds Check charge. Buenos Aires Argentina a president Roberto m. Levingston a government is about to place a ban on beef sales for two or three Days a week official sources say. New York a the Federal Bureau of investigation has ordered 15 of its agents to drop out of John Jay College of criminal Justice a College spokesman says. The action follows criticism of the Fri and its director j. Edgar Hoover by a professor. New Delhi a a member of indians parliament presented an alarm clock to . Ambassador Kenneth Keating today to help him Wake up on time. Keating overslept tuesday and failed to show up at the Airport to say goodbye to prime minister Indira Gandhi on her departure to new York for the 25th anniversary sessions of the United nations. During Home tour. In . Speech. N a band featured Nixon appeals to Kremlin or Washington apr a vet the top Moscow representative of the world so and the in members of the wings of music Volunteer band from the . Navy technical training Center Memphis tenn., will be spotlighted at 2 30 pm. Sunday during a Brief ceremony at the Home of or. And mrs. John Williams 1163 grand during the Maple Leaf festival Home tour. Marvin Vangilder member of the press staff and a former Public school music supervisor and former professional musician has written a military March for band and dedicated it to the Memphis ensemble. During the ceremony the score will be presented by the composer to chief musician Man Sam Autorino director of the band. The composer explained the wings of music Mardi is written in the style of an English March and should be suitable for formal ceremonial events As Well As Parade performances. He said the music was written and the presentation is planned a was a Means of expressing the appreciation of the people of Carthage for the Many Fine contributions to Community Well being and to Navy civilian relations made by the wings of music band and the flying rifles Drill team in their frequent visits the Williams Home where Vangilder will perform As ragtime pianist is one of the stops on the historic Homes tour scheduled at 1 30-5 30 . Under sponsorship of Carthage Council on the arts Lincoln ladies women s club and the Maple Leaf festival committee. Washington a a Veteran diplomats Crisp remark summed up what Many believe today about prospects for president Nixon a bid for peaceful .-soviet Competition to improve world conditions. Paul Henri Spaak of Belgium president of the United nations general Assembly a first session in 1946, was asked if Nixon a Appeal to the Kremlin delivered in a . Speech Friday a is Likely to Lead to anything. A not immediately and not Here a Spaak said. A a it a a Long the top Moscow representative at the .�?Ts 25th anniversary 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 expect any speedy development wiping out what he portrayed As the Post world War ii pattern of big Powers jockeying for maximum advantage in every situation. He said the deep .-soviet differences have caused a much of the world so and the grievous troubles and improved relations Between the two superpowers Are needed to Lay a base for global peace Nixon said the nuclear superstate should abandon a the old patterns of Power politics Tor a new Road. The president cited four incentives for Washington and Moscow to curb their differences the danger of nuclear Exchange the huge arms Burden the potential economic gain from expanding .-soviet Trade and pressing economic and social needs of others around the of c urges support John o. Phelps president of the Carthage chamber of Commerce today issued an endorsement of proposed 34-cent supplemental school Levy which will be voted upon tuesday. The statement on oct. 27 the patrons of the r-9 school District will cast their ballots on the proposed 34 cent supplemental increase in our school Levy. This supplemental Levy has been requested by the r-9 Board of education which is composed of conscientious qualified Public spirited residents of the r-9 District. Under the leadership of these individuals and their predecessors in office our r-9 school system has become one of which we can All be proud. It compares most favourably with All systems in the area. The r-9 school offers Many services which Are not available at other schools. In spite of this our Cost per student is lower than Many other area school systems. We All know that it costs Money each year to continue to offer the same services in our schools. However it is important that we continue to offer the same High Quality education to our Carthage r-9 children. I sincerely believe that each vote in this District will support the proposed supplemental Levy increase at the polls on oct. 27. To extend cease fire. Big four to press mid East countries by William n. Oatis associated press writer United nations . Apr the big four Powers have decided to press Egypt Jordan and Israel to extend the Middle East cease fire past its nov. 5 expiration Date. That done they will work for a resumption of peace talks with an Eye toward eventual settlement of hostilities. . Secretary general u Thant announced the decision Friday night after a 3-hour working dinner in his office suite with foreign ministers Andrei a. Gromyko of the soviet Union and Maurice Schumann of France foreign Secretary sir Alec Douglas Home of Britain and . Secretary of state William p. Rogers. Also present was Gunnar v. Jarring of Sweden Thant a special representative for the Middle East. The ministers were in new York for the 25th anniversary session of the United nations. Jarring Sweden a ambassador to Moscow was recalled a week ago to try to resume his peace Mission which broke Down aug. 25 when Israel charged that Egypt was violating a military standstill agreement by moving antiaircraft missiles toward the Suez canal. Thant s statement issued by a . Spokesman in his behalf said a the four foreign ministers had a useful Exchange of views with the Secretary general and ambassador jarring on the situation in the Middle East. A they agreed to exert their utmost efforts to enable ambassador jarring to resume his Mission at the earliest possible Date to search for possibilities through the agreement of the parties directly concerned to extend the Observance of the ceasefire for a period to be determined and to find a peaceful solution on the basis of Resolution 242 of the Security Council. A the four Powers will continue their consultations and their permanent representatives in new York will meet again on oct. 28.�?� Resolution 242 set up conditions for a settlement and called for negotiations. Since aug. 25, Israel has repeatedly accused the egyptians of violations. Cairo rejecting the charges has countered that Israel is fortifying positions within the standstill zone in violation of the plan. The big four a chief . Delegates sir Colin Crowe of Britain ambassador Jacques Kosciusko Morzet of France soviet ambassador Jacob a. Malik and . Ambassador Charles w. Yosti already had scheduled a meeting for oct. 28 to discuss guidelines for jarring a indirect talks. All four were present at Friday nights meeting. In Surprise move. A t tightly guarded arraignment. Manson takes stand Frazier pleads innocent a Linda Deutsch tense moved to bar testimony of a Al by Linda Deutsch los Angeles a in a Surprise move Charles Manson took the stand at the Sharon Tate murder trial and announced that he had visited the slain actress Plush estate several times. A i Pride myself on truth even when it hurts a said the shaggy haired Manson testifying late Friday at a special session outside the presence of the jury. A a in be been at the residence on five or six occasions and i have never said i have not been at the residence a Manson said. However Manson said he was Only on the estate never inside the mansion where the actress and four visitors were slain aug. 9, 1969. Manson a testimony followed an appearance by the son of actress Doris Day Terry Melcher who said Manson once visited the estate when Melcher lived there. Manson 35, and three women followers Are on trial for murder conspiracy in the slayings of miss Tate and Silt others. Manson was called As the de sense moved to bar testimony of a police officer who says he overheard Manson remark in jail that he had never been at the Tate residence. The policeman said the comment came in a conversation with a defense attorney and prosecutor. The attorney testified briefly that Manson said he Hadnot been a a in the mansion. The prosecutor is scheduled to testify monday and the judge deferred a ruling until them. The state tried to have Manson Tell More about the times he visited the Benedict Canyon estate but the judge said that was not the purpose of the hearing. Earlier Manson smiled As Melcher 28, a Blond record producer said he did no to think Manson was especially talented As a musician. But Melcher said he was a impressed by Charlies strength and his obvious leadership of his Melcher testified that he auditioned the hippie Type clan Leader at Manson a movie ranch commune in May 1969. By Doug Willis associated press writer Santa Cruz Calif. A 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. 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 Cadwalader 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 business a flood lights were installed for extra Security. 1 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 barn a half mile from the of task $250,000 Flagstone mansion on a Hilltop overlooking Monterey Bay. Frazier had lived about two months in the shabby 6-by-6-foot shelter in a Gulley strewn with wrecked automobile bodies an investigator said. He was asleep 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 for the arraignment the Santa Cruz courthouse was cd of visitors and officers Chi credentials and searched men 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 was appointed to represent Frazier and conferred with him within minutes of when he was booked. Judge May set a preliminary hearing for to . Wednesday rejecting a motion by dist. 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 necessity for More preliminary municipal court proceedings. 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 All who a misuse the natural weather Queen s float Carthage senior High school Homecoming Queen candidates were prominently featured in Friday afternoons Homecoming Parade although the weather spoiled Coronation festivities at the Carthage Cassville football game. They also were to be part of today a Maple Leaf Parade. Delayed Coronation ceremonies Are to be performed monday at chs for Vicki Simmons senior Johnna Steele senior Susan Joines Sophomore and Mary Martha Yarbrough Junior left to right on the float. Cindy Donoho is the Carthage Tiger perched above them. The tigers lost the Homecoming football game to Cassville 7-6, in the mud and rain at Public school stadium. Forecast a partly Cloudy today. High in Low 70s Clear to partly Cloudy and mild tonight and sunday Low tonight in 50s High sunday in 70s. Sunday october 25 Sunrise. 6 28 Sunset. 5 00 Moonrise. 1 45 monday october 26 Sunrise. 6 29 Sunset. 4 58 Moonrise. 2 49 1 pm 60 i a in 57 2 59 2 am 57 3 pm 58 3 57 4 pm 59 4 am 57 5 pm 59 5 am 57 6 pm 59 6 am 57 7 pm 58 7 am 57 8 pm 58 8 am 56 9 pm 58 9 am 57 10 pm 58 to am.58 11 57 la am.59 Midnight. 57 noon. 60 maximum 60. Minimum 56. Precipitation 1.42 inches. Temperatures one year ago today maximum 47 and minimum 48 two years ago 56 and 28. First governor Frankfort by a the first governor of Kentucky was Isaac Shelby
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