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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Carthage, Missouri Do egg t Hay re Carthage postage guaranteed by press a service Hong Kong a John Fraser newly appointed to be Canadas charge do affaires in communist China left Hong Kong today for peking. Taipei Formosa a president Chiang Kai Shek spent a quiet 83rd birthday with his family today but his countrymen celebrated with dozens of rallies and hundreds of parties throughout nationalist China. Baltimore a since oct. 19, Baltimore policemen have checked almost 20,000 automobiles and found that More than 3,500 were unlocked some with keys in the ignition. Santa Ana Calif. A Raymond Cyrus holies 91, president of the Freedom newspapers and co publisher of the Santa Ana Register died Friday. Austin Tex. A Jay vessels 73, who As an air Force major in world War ii operated press centers for correspondents in Africa Italy and France died thursday night after undergoing open heart surgery. London a Baron Lakehurst 75, governor of Northern Ireland from 1952 to 1964, died Friday. Gainesville Fla. A one of the Parade units at the University of Florida a Homecoming Celebration Friday advocated birth control. The coeds signs said a the Stork is a dirty Moscow a Warsaw pact military commanders concluded a three Day meeting Friday in Varna Bulgaria which Tass said summed up a state of combat readiness operational and military training in 1970.-and discussed tasks for 1971.�?T�?T 806 communists marxists. Allende names Cabinet new York a time inc., has agreed in principle to sell 13 radio and television stations operated by time on trial for murder. Life broadcast inc., to Mcgraw Hill inc., for $80.1 million. Halloween trappings a the William c. Anderson family 806 Case has decorated with Jack of lanterns witches Black cats and skeletons in preparing for tonight Strick or Treater. Many other Carthage families also have traditional halloween displays at their Homes. By William f. Nicholson associated press writer Santiago Chile a Salvador Allende who becomes Chile a first marxist president next tuesday has named a 15-Man Cabinet that includes three communists and five other marxists. The 62-year-old socialist senator announced the lineup in a news conference Friday. The other seven Cabinet posts will go to members of the four smaller leftist organizations that supported Allende in his Campaign to succeed the left of Center government of president Eduardo Frei. Frei could not follow himself in office and Allende won a plurality Over the candidate of the presidents Christian democratic party and a conservative. Congress then elected Allende after he promised to uphold the Constitution during his administration. Allende appointed communists to head the key ministries of labor finance and Public works. Daniel Vergara Bustos 50, a communist lawyer was named acting undersecretary of the Interior. As right hand Man to the incoming Interior minister socialist Jose Toha Vergara Bustos will Wield Consi Sid Erable influence Over Chile a Security apparatus including the National police Force. Four of the marxists named to the new Cabinet Are from Allendes socialist party. The Only one without a party affiliation is Pedro Vuskovich the minister of the Economy. Allende was to have named his Cabinet earlier in the week but informants said last minute bickering delayed the announcement. As minister of labor the president elect named Jose Oyarce 44, a Railroad Mechanic who became a communist congressman. Ibs appointment further entrenches the communists in Chile a labor Force. The party already controls the 49-Union Central workers confederation with an estimated 700,000 workers. Americo Zorrilla 58, a career communist Leader and a director of Al Siglo the party newspaper was named to be minister of the Treasury. The minister of Public works will be Pascual Barraza 60, mayor of a town near the capital. An Active communist party member he will control much of the patronage scheduled for Allendes supporters. Communists last served in a chilean Cabinet during the regime of president Gabriel Gonzalez almost 25 years ago. When he came to Power in 1946, he appointed three in a move to win support from the left but he had second thoughts and ordered them jailed after a few months saying they were becoming too powerful. He then outlawed the party. Miami a forty nine passengers who boarded National airlines flight 43 from Miami to san Francisco found themselves in a Havana hotel today the victims of a Man who pulled a Hijack. New Delhi a the United states will sell Pakistan six f104 Jet fighters seven b57 bombers four maritime patrol Craft and 300 armoured personnel carriers it was disclosed today. Kansas City a president Nixon is a doing whatever he can to appease the Public on environmental issues a says or. Hugh Litas University of Wisconsin ecologist. A i think president Nixon does no to have the slightest interest in St. Joseph a a St. Joseph Man died two hours after a fire was discovered at his apartment building Early today but the Buchanan county Coroner said the death was due to natural causes. The victim was identified As Homer Shipley. Montreal a Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa vowed Friday night that police searching for James r. Cross the kidnapped British Trade commissioner in Montreal will retain emergency Powers a was Long As these terrorists Are on the Landsberg Germany a Hanns Heinz porst West Germany a marxist millionaire was released from prison today after serving half his 33-month sentence for maintaining treasonous contacts with East Germany. Amman Jordan a the . Mobile army surgical Hospital airlifted Here last month to care for the victims of Jordan a civil War ended its mercy Mission today after performing an average of More than 40 operations a Day. Bay St. Louis miss. A the last scheduled test of a space program rocket at the Mississippi test facility was carried out Friday when a Saturn 5 Booster was successfully Static fired. Belfast Northern Ireland a British troops claiming outside agitators sparked rioting for the last two nights imposed tight controls today on this Northern Ireland capital City. London a informed sources said today that lord Cromer a banker and former Diplomat has emerged As the leading candidate to be Britain a next ambassador to the United states. A Saigon a president Nguyen Van Thieu told his countrymen today that he will never surrender to the communists or accept a coalition government and that North Vietnam has no Chance to win the War. Chicago a vice president Spiro t. Agnew hammering Home a message of his chief half a continent away says election of Tough Law and order candidates next week is the Only Way to a sweep that garbage of demonstrators out of society. It. Benning a. A the army says it has dismissed All charges against two officers accused of slaying one civilian and wounding another during a june 1969 raid on a vietnamese Village in the Mekong Delta area. Cleared of the charges Friday were capt. Vincent n. Hartmann 34, of Scranton pa., and it. Robert g. Lee jr., 22, of Springfield to. W Atson declared insane by Linda Deutsch associated press writer los Angeles a Charles a a text Watson accused of leading two murder missions in which Sharon Tate and six others died has been declared insane and in danger of dying. A judge ordered Watson committed to a state mental Hospital and said Friday he would not be tried until he regains his sanity. Or. Marcus Crahan one of three psychiatrists reporting on the tall lean texan said a emr. Watson in the last week has become listless flaccid and makes no movements. His lips Are pursed. He is being fed by nasal tube. He is. Becoming a vegetable. He is rapidly reverting to a fetal state. Which would be rapidly the insanity ruling by Superior court judge George Dell came at a hearing across the Hall from a courtroom where Charles Manson and three women Are being tried on murder conspiracy charges for the deaths of miss Tate and six other persons in August 1969. Trial witnesses have described Watson 24, As chief lieutenant of Manson a hippie style Watson fought extradition from Mckinney Tex., until after the trial of the others began and was returned Here sept. La to stand trial separately. Gaunt but clean Cut looking the 6-foot-2 former High school athlete has made several court appearances since then always remaining silent his Mouth agape occasionally smiling vacantly and staring into space. Officials told judge Dell that Watson was in serious condition in the jail infirmary where his weight had dropped from 160 pounds to 110. Jail spokesmen said a there is a serious possibility he could die from two other reporting psychiatrists told Dell that Watson shows signs of schizophrenia is a definitely a suicide possibility a and suffers from a catatonic Type of mental illness that re quires immediate treatment As a lifesaving measure. Dist. Atty. Evelle j. Younger issued a statement saying his office concedes that Watson is insane now but does not concede that he was insane at the time of the killings. Younger said that if Watson regains sanity criminal proceedings will be resumed. Judge Dell ordered Watson removed immediately to Atascadero state Hospital and declared a the is not capable of understanding at this time the nature of the charges against him. I feel it is imperative that he be placed in a facility where he May be Able to regain his Nixon appeals to nation for vote of Confidence on eve of nov. 3 elections. San Clemente Calif. Apr president Nixon calling next tuesdays election a probably the most important and decisive Senate election in american history has appealed to the nation for a vote of Confidence in himself and his programs. A vote for those men who will vote for the president rather than against him so that the president can keep his promises to you the american people a Nixon told 8,000 Republican partisans in Anaheim convention Center and television viewers across the nation Friday night. The Republican National committee purchased network time for a telecast of the speech in the Wake of thursday nights incident at san Jose Calif., in which rocks bottles and eggs were hurled at the president. Nixon had said a the time has come to take the gloves off and that he would discuss in the Anaheim speech a what America must do to end this wave of violence and but he gave a toned Down version of the same Basic speech he has been delivering in political swings about the nation. Weather massive Antiwar demonstrations planned by the associated press Antiwar rallies parades and speeches were planned in dozens of american cities today in what was sided a a massive demonstration for peace on the eve of the nov. 3 elections. In contrast president Nixon will be honoured in Salt Lake City tonight with a a candlelight patriotic Parade which sponsors say is expected to draw several thousand persons. Nixon will be in Utah on a Campaign swing for Republican Senate candidates. Units from veterans groups labor organizations and school children will March in the Salt Lake City Parade sponsors in Jasper county. Said with state atty. Gen. Vernon Romney As Parade marshal. The Antiwar demonstrators said they would not interfere with the Parade confining their protest to such a a dramatizations As Selling apples on Street Corners and setting up soup lines to protest military spending. About 2,000 students gathered Friday night at the University of South Florida in Tampa in an Antiwar demonstration that included Rock music. A candlelight March was held on the Campus Early today and a Parade through downtown Tampa was scheduled later in the Day. The police armed with rifles and shotguns arrested some 30 of the youths and routed about 200 More when they failed to obey a 2 . Curfew and leave a football Field where the Friday night rally was held. In Chicago the sponsoring oct. 31st peace action committee said up to 25,000 persons were expected to March through the downtown area to attend an Antiwar rally in Grant Park. Jerry Gordon a Seveland attorney and coordinator of the National peace action coalition which called the demonstrations said other protests throughout the nation would be linked to a recent grand jury indictment of students at Kent state University. A we feel that Nixon is trying to throttle the student movement a he said a to turn them into vegetables and to sterilize the the student indictments were returned by a Portage county Ohio grand jury in connection with disorders which led to a confrontation with National guardsmen in which four students were killed and wounded. Nine Avery receives card from Zodiac killer san Francisco a crime reporter Paul Avery of the san Francisco chronicle says he has received a halloween card from the Zodiac killer that he interprets As a threat on his life. Avery 36, declined an offer of police Protection Friday but said a i do think ill be a Little careful for a the card bearing the message a peekaboo you Are doomed also had pictures of peering eyes and skeletons drawn on it. It was signed with a Large z and a crossed Circle the symbols for the Zodiac killer who claims to have killed 13 persons. Forecast a partly Cloudy and Cool today highs in 50s. Clear to partly Cloudy and continued Cool tonight and saturday. Low tonight in the 30s. Highs sunday in upper 40s and 50s. Sunday november i Sunrise. 6 37 Sunset. 4 50 Moonset. 5 50 monday november 2 Sunrise. 6 39 Sunset. 4 48 Moonset. 6 47 1 pm.61 i am.51 2 pm.64 2 am.50 3 pm.64 3 am.47 4 pm.63 4 am.45 5 pm.61 5 am.45 6 pm.58 6 am.45 7 pm.57 7 am.43 8 pm.55 8 am.43 9 pm.54 9 am.44 10 pm.53 to am.45 11 pm.52 la Midnight. 52 noon a maximum 64 minimum 43 eight contests in tuesday election ten Jasper county republicans including eight incumbents Are assured of election to Public office without Democrat opposition in the nov. 3 general election. Democrats Are contesting eight other offices. James e. Willis Joplin Democrat seeks election As county assessor for the unexpired term of the late Paul fanning a Republican. Willis 45, holds the office by appointment of gov. Warren e. Hearnes. He is being challenged for the Post by Roland e. Jeff Davis 49, Joplin Republican. William e. Bill Hughlett Republican and g. H. Scooter Parsons Democrat Are seeking the Post to be vacated by Charles Mcintire county collector Joplin Democrat. Mcintire decided not to run again and the contest for county collector is helping to create some inter eat. Creating Soma interest in the Western portion of the county is the race Between incumbent Leo Schrader Democrat and Edward g. Farmer jr., for Post of state representative from the 135th Western District Schrader two years ago unseated a Republican incumbent and currently is one of four democrats holding elective offices in the county. Robert Warden Republican had no primary opposition for the judicial Post of judge in division no. I of the 29th circuit court. Judge Ray e. Watson Democrat decided not to seek re election and no Democrat filed for the Post. Wardens successor As prosecuting attorney will be Ben Pyle. The Carthage Republican had no opposition in the primary and has none in the general election. Other contests include three county court posts county auditor and a legislative seat. Incumbent Webb City Republican John Webb is being challenged by Donald l. Scott Webb qty Democrat in the bid for reelection As a state representative from the 134th Central District. Webb was reelected two years ago by a margin of about 1,100 votes. Scott is a production employee of Atlas chemicals industries inc., and former mayor pro tem of Webb qty. Three republicans who Are incumbents of the county court have opposition in tuesdays election. William c. Carl Taylor 51, Carthage Democrat is running against Gordon Rusk 69, of Joplin for presiding judge. Taylor is photographer and former mayor of Carthage. Rusk former sales manager of a mining company is in a second 4-year term. Carthage Democrat Rex Mealey is challenging incumbent Howard Elliott Carthage for associate judge of county court from the Eastern District. Mealey is a former Carthage City councilman. Elliott has held the county court seat since 1967. Harold Buck Foster Waco Democrat is running against incumbent Mark Henderson Joplin for associate judge of the court from the Western District. Henderson is seeking his sixth 2-year term in office. Foster a retired auditor has Long been Active in democratic affairs. Republican Dale Rife county auditor decided not to run again. The race for the Post is Between Harold Micheal Carthage Republican and miss Rachael Thornton Carthage Democrat. Michael is an employee of Vickers division in Joplin and has been in sales work for the last 14 years. Miss Thornton was a Deputy Carthage City clerk. The top state candidates that have been campaigning in Jasper county. Republican John Danforth seeking to unseat sen. Stuart Symington Democrat has made More appearances in the county than Symington this fall and during the summer. Danforth like Christopher kit Bond gop candidate for state auditor is counting on Jasper county and seventh District republicans to help pull him through to Victory. Bond has campaigned several times in the county with More appearances than Haskell Holman the Democrat incumbent auditor. Other Republican candidates assured of reelection without Democrat opposition Are Cowgill Blair jr., probate judge Herbert c. Casteel magistrate Eastern District Charles e. Teel jr., magistrate Western District Harold Jones circuit court clerk Charles go la county clerk and mrs. Virginia d. Andrews recorder of deeds. All Are incumbents and All have been previously elected except for judge Blair who has been serving an appointment As probate judge. Polls will be open from 6 an. To 7 pin. Jasper county voters also will ballot on the special Issue of whether or not zoning and planning should be established for the unincorporated areas of the county and on the question of adopting four amendments to the state Constitution and one on a legislative proposition. There will be a special ballot on the question of whether or not judge j. P. Morgan of the Missouri supreme court should be retained in office a routine procedure under the Missouri non partisan court plan

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