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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Charleston, West Virginia Ston Gazette the state newspaper f Charleston Virginia saturday morning october 26 edition Nixon invites soviets to new Road to peace Washington Post associated press s500 first prize in the Gazette s City Flag contest went to Gilbert Bayless of Bancroft Putnam county for this de sign. The Flag design will be presented to Charleston City Council for approval As the official Flag of Charleston. A Story and Black and White reproduction of the three runners up appear on Page 8. Old Watson wounds revealed by James a. Haught staff writer four years ago at least 100. Residents of Kanawha and Boone counties protested that they had been duped by the Man who now is promoter of Wege City scores of outraged persons hired attorneys to fight off. Debts they said they were misled into. One lawyer in Madison handled about 60 cases himself. As a result a Charleston Small loan firm was stuck with Many in collectable notes. The Center of that storm was Perry Franklin Watson same Man who now has sold Worth of member ships in the proposed Wege City shopping Complex in Putnam county. On May 23, 1963, Wagon and one of his longtime partners Scalon f. Blackie voiles formed a corporation called Universal National advertising corp. It began Selling movie projectors through the referral method. Larry w. Cook of 901 Upton dr., South Charleston says Walson came to his Homo and demonstrated a camera projector set. The Man said All we had to do was give him a certain number of names of new customers and we d get the outfit Cook said. I thought Well Dag gone i can get 20 or 30 names easily " the Cooks signed an agreement that bears the signatures Watson and Dora Cooper As Sellers. The agreement listed the Price of the equipment As on a time payment plan but the Cooks said they were assured Tufit most or All of the amount would be covered by their referrals. We used the projector a few times and it made a bad cracking mrs. Cook said. We had to prop it up a the movies came out Blurry and the certain Way to make it then we whole thing was t Worth two she just lost interest int. Still got the jsald., we got papers rom Young loner arraigned in California murders Santa Cruz Calif. A shag by bearded Young loner 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 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 the fifth victim the doctor s Secre mrs. Dorothy Caldwallader 38, was buried thursday. The sheriff s office and local police called on officers from four nearby where can people go one major problem caused by the coming of the interstates to Charles ton has been their effect on the hous ing situation in the City. James Bradley a negro whose Home was taken by the interstate surveyed available housing listed with the state department of High ways and found that some landlords refused him Homes because of his race. He found also that rental units available were inadequate for families. Staff writer Fanny Sciler has written a four part series on the housing problems which face those who must relocate because of the inter slats. It begins tuesday in the Duries Fon Flatt the state newspaper John Linley Frazier held in massacre jurisdictions to help in heavy patrolling of the entire area As Frazier was taken in a w Dow less White Van the three blocks from the jail to the. Municipal court. About 20 reporters and 50 spectators who were admitted were first painstakingly 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 Cut Rcd a plea of innocent to the five counts of murder. Judge Donald 0. May set a preliminary hearing for 10 . Oct. 28, refusing the District attorney s 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. He was shoeless and wore White prison socks and a Blue prison coverall instead of the rough clothing and ankle boots in which he was captured. Dist. Atty. Peter Chang or. Told news men information from three unidentified hippie acquaintances and from estranged wife had put officers on the Trail that led to the capture. Please turn to Page s column 4 junk the husband said he worked diligently and submitted scores of names but was t credited for payment. I finally went to their office up in the Peoples building on Summers Street and raised the Devil because i was t getting any Money Back. I caused so much trouble that they finally gave me but i was one of the Lucky ones most people did t get anything Cook said he later saw the same Model projector at Cohen s for James e. Bud Case of 5401 Ohio St. So South Charleston also fell Vic Tim. The cases. Contract is signed by voiles and it was for Only because the to pay Cash and avoid interest charges. The movie equipment worked for about two weeks then the projector started burning the mrs. Case said. We tried to find some Way to get it repaired but it was a cheap foreign thing and there was no Way. It was an awful letdown. We were out in two mrs. Herbert Cobbs of Ohio avc., St. Albans said she allowed the sales Man to come into her Home Only because she had been recommended by the Cooks and the Man said they d get credit if we agreed to a mrs. Cobbs who is Secretary of is. Andrew United methodist Church said the Salesman promised we d get the outfit free if we gave the names of enough of our so they and never got any payments Back she said. 2 birth control pills withdrawn the Washington Post Washington two leading birth control pills were removed from production Friday for fear of breast cancer though neither has caused cancers. What have been caused by a key ingredient of both and non malignant nodules in the breasts of Beagle dogs. No evidence of Pill produced cancers has been found in cite women or Ani Mals and no other animals have even developed the non cancerous growths. But Eli Lilly and co., a quins manufacturer and Upjohn co., provosts said they have decided to Stop making these products because of the Beagle results. Both firms addressed letters to ail Doc tors telling them of their action. Or. Charles c. Edwards head of the food and drug administration called this the Only prudent in View of information which differentiated these drugs from other Oral Contra Cep no other birth control pills have produced such results. Edwards at the same time found no cause for patient an Fra state ment added that women taking cipher drug should continue until advised by their physicians of n please Tom to Page i column 1 by which had taken Over the paper we signed. They said we owed More than in instalments. We were so angry we just paid it All off at once to avoid the interest. Thai s where we made our mistake because some people refused to pay anything and did t have to. My husband is still furious about that Deal. Every time we Sec the Cooks and Start talking about it we get angry All Over again. We Xvi re Young then and trusted everyone. Now we won t let a Salesman near our please turn to Page 6 column 1 United nations president Nixon Friday invited soviet leaders to join in following a new Road of peaceful com petition so As to disseminate human Progress instead of accumulating arms. Addressing the 127-nation general As Sembly s 25th anniversary session. Nixon portrayed Many of the the United grievous troubles As stemming from the deep differences since world War ii. And the facts of International life As they he said Are that the Competition Between the world s two superpowers must to shifted away from cold War in order to Lay a base for global peace. So i would like to speak with you today not ritualistically but realistically not of impossible dreams but of possible Nixon told the standing room Only gathering of world envoys and Nota Bles. I invite the leaders of the soviet Union to join us in taking that new he to join in a peaceful Competition not in the accumulation of arms but in the dissemination of Prog Ress not in the building of missiles hut in waging a winning War against hunger and disease and human misery in our own countries and around the Globe. 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 in partic ular Nixon called on the great Powers to avoid being drawn into conflict without their intending it by wars Between smaller soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gro Myko listened attentively and impassively As Nixon issued his Public bid to Kremlin leaders. But the russian was noncommittal in talking to newsmen afterwards. I want to study it Gro Myko said. We arc still firmly for the president outlined four com Mon incentives to the two great Powers to curb their differences a nuclear confrontation. The arms Burden. U. Trade since both nations arc major Industrial Powers. 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 it is imperative that the two major Powers con duct themselves so As to strengthen the forces of peace rather than strengthen the forces of and he urged As Washington has be fore the continuation of the Mideast cease fire and of the efforts for peace negotiations. He spoke Only briefly of the Vietnam fighting. In Southeast Asia let us agree to a cease fire and negotiate a he said. Beside his plea on behalf of Viet Nam prisoners Nixon outlined in his Points for . Members globally Aid to poor nations. We shall strive to do our full and fair share in helping others to help Nixon said. The . Peacekeeping capacity. In preserving the environment. Development of undersea resources. The world s population explosion so the Quantity of life docs not impair the Quality of the narcotics traffic. A decisive end to sky piracy and the kidnapping and murder of Diplo briefly state forecast mostly Cloudy Chance of showers highs in 60s or Low 70s. More weather details on Page 6. Bounty r v political Moore tags tax stories by Craig ammo Nan the associated press gov. Moore says published accounts that he has income tax problems of some magnitude amount to political whisper Ings designed to destroy his Republican administration s effectiveness. In an exclusive interview Moore said reports by a nationally syndicated columnist and several newspapers were part of a systematic Effort to change people As they look at i really feel that what they re trying to do is prevent West virginians from observing me As a Public he said. Moore did not directly deny in the thursday he has de Nied he has an income tax problem. Moore said those political whisper Ings began during his primary Campaign for governor in 1968. He said his opponents failed to discredit him in that now he said they can t find anything wrong with my administration so they go Back and run the same thing through Moore said published accounts by columnist Jack Anderson alleging he owes Hack taxes and newspaper reports which quote Federal officials As saying prosecution is being considered arc of great concern to me and they re of great concern to my it s something you can t personally he said. I think i m a big enough Man to handle Moore said the situation could conceivably be referred to in terms i guess is West Virginia politics. I was not fully aware it to said. I m ashamed it exists in my speaking in reference in a Cenny plish mints of his Republican administration and his party s fall Campaign Moore said of the charges i translate it based upon my work is governor and the efforts people in my party who desire my Aid in the Cam Moore emphasized he did not believe the published charges would have any Adverse effects on Republican efforts to wrest control of both legislative houses from democrats. I think my party is in a Good Posi he said. I think i be led them to a Good position. In terms of the state of West Virginia Arch Moore in t the Issue in this Campaign except my reports that Moore owes Back taxes on income totalling were first published last Spring. Since then Anderson has written several columns on the mat Ter and several state newspapers have carried other accounts. One of those accounts quoted White House sources As saying Moore had been dropped from consideration for presiden tial appointment to a Federal commission after investigators discovered his alleged tax problems. Another report quoted Justice depart ment sources As saying the matter had been sent to ally. Gen. John Mitchell from the internal Revenue service for consideration for proc cution. Viscose will Cut pollution .3 dashing ladies help old censorship plot admitted.26 million new York times service Amman the United Stales which has a commit ment to help support Jordan has asked he jordanians for. An estimate of the financial costs arising from last month s civil War to determine How much washing ton May be called upon to meet. The reply before the jordanian Cabinet for approval includes this estimate indemnities for personal and property damage if the government decides to pay them will come to million and roughly million for assistance of the wounded. Orange9 the Washington Post Saigon american military spokesmen admitted Friday that . Troops in South Vietnam continued to use a chemical warfare ingredient for months after it had been banned by the defense department the army said a preliminary investigation disclosed that the defoliant known As was sprayed during May july and August in the Northern provinces of Quang tin and Quant Ngai. Until Friday military Headquarters Here has been denying hat Orange was being used in Vietnam. Inside today amusements Bridge comic Page crossword editorials 10 12 12 10 4 markets .13 obituary 9 sports 15-17 television 11 to to .14 want ads .20-25 your Horoscope 21 . Knocks out 15-cent lunch in county schools by George Syrcle staff writer Kanawha county schools cannot continue its new policy of offering hot lunches to All pupils for 15 cents. Superintendent Walter f. Snyder said Friday. The extra Federal Money the Board of education had expected to receive won t be available after All. Is just a most unfortunate devel Snyder said. We got All tooled up hired additional Cooks and the num Ber of children who participated in our hot lunch program doubled in some Snyder was asked if there is any alternative to cutting Back the lunch program. Not for he answered. Without this new subsidy we can t do anything hut what we Rerp doing before this new program was instituted oct. 1." the state had expected to be Able to receive More Money provided by the new National school lunch act passed by Congress in May. The . Department of agriculture is in charge of administering funds provided by the act. Guidelines sent out by the us a had led West Virginia officials to develop the West Virginia plan. Officials at a meeting of the West Virginia Board of education Friday said that the tone of us a had been feed As Many children As under the West Virginia plan whenever officials found a school where 50 per cent or More of the pupils qualified for reduced rates they judged the entire enrolment of that school As qualified. And every Pupil in that school received reduced rates. Kanawha and other counties in Placie turn to Page 6 column 2 t

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