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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Circleville, Ohio Rain and mild mild a huh hmm of ram to Hhd and sunday a ll5my Quot a la a50. High you stay Ohlow <12. It a the Circleville Herald saturday october 24, 1970 to pages 10c per copy 87th year�?251 is pet Parade huge Success pumpkin peddle a Kelly Robinson peddled his handsomely decorated bicycle of pumpkins to first place Iii the a Hest decorated bicycle class of the Friday afternoon pet Parade. The apropos scheme was Worth a Blue ribbon and for Kelly. The annual pumpkin show pct Parade Friday afternoon was termed a huge Success by the pets their owners and the Large receptive crowd that lined the Parade route. The Parade was divided into 11 classes which included most unusual pets a Possum and greatest number of Ped a litter of puppies. Spectators had a glimpse of the a old West from the Pony driven Stagecoach equipped with passengers and a scout Riding Shotgun. A team of Pony mules also created Apt a ten lion. Use of pumpkins was much in evidence in the decorated bicycle division and halloween made a preview appearance when a Witch Riding a Broom stick soared at a Low level through the streets. Credits for the Parade go to sponsors Circleville kiwanis club Bob Ogden and Maynard Burns Parade co chairmen. A list of classes and pet Parade winners follows typical boy and his pct a i. Jimmy Freriks 334 Mill Lane 2. Jeff Boesiger route 4 3. Tom Porter 615 Ridgewood 4, David tar Biti 5. James Walker 154 e. Water St typical girl and Hor pet a i. Betsy Ankrom 130 crites re. 2. Sherry Lynn Bowling Juhl re. 3. Nita Whaley. 116 a Ohio St 4. Steva Cowen Rome 2 5 Theresa Brunion 488 Stella ave. Best dressed cat a i. Terri Ward 302 e. Main 2. Susan Fletcher route 4 3. Kathy and Anna litter 146 w. Union 4. Robert Bevan 620 Hawthorne or. 5. Susan Strawser 323 e. High St. Unusual pets boys and girls a i. Wendy Harrington route i 2. Jan Phillips too Lincoln or. 3. R. N. Phillips 900 Lincoln or. 4. Tracy Fraas route i Williamsport 5. Steven Jolliffe. Greatest number of pet a 1. Harold Illier Circleville 2 Jack Baughman Circleville. Best decorated bicycle a i. Kelly Robinson 2. Faith Sabine 3. Ernest Weaver 4. Joni Salyers 5. Pamela sue Holland. Best pet float a i. Randy Lee Holland trophy and 5 2. Jennifer and Jason Sabine $7 3. Susan Mccoy and Mia Shea $5. Best dressed dog a i. Raymond Curtis or. 2. Renee Bircher 3. Karen Schieber 4. Treng Chaffin 5. Sally foil. Horses 56�?� and Over a 1. Nancy Gildersleeve 2. Jean Gildersleeve 3. Stacy Lin Shelpman. Ponies a i Jim Gildersleeve 2. Mike Yaple 3. Andy Faulkner 4. Connie Yaple 5. Greg Hammond. Horses or ponies w Ith a i Bret Starkey route i. Kingston 2. Jimmy Ford 813 s. Clinton 3. Terry Barr Circleville 4, Rick Ferguson route 4. The pumpkin Vine the weather has been Superb for the 1970 pumpkin show after a drizzly Start Early wednesday. Crowds have been bigger than Ever and started arriving earlier than Ever. Tonight there will be nothing but Wall to Wall people in old round town. Son 171 Lancaster Pike have five grandchildren in the Circleville bands. Kathy and Melinda Pearce Are members of the Circleville High school band and Kiln Paula and Susie. Allison Are Junior band members. In just a few hours the fun and frivolity will All be Over for another year and the pumpkin show Board of directors can relax. The Royalty of the pumpkin show Vanessa Hatfield Theresa Wright and Denise Morrison Al it i a with the Little misses Stephanie Jones Karen Lewis and Jackie Bigam will represent the show All year Long. Somebody goofed in the rope skipping contest reports Jim Shea. It scenes the Little Gal that won received her Reward and a skipped Quot away without anybody getting her name. It was the first time for Hie contest. Judge blasts Radical list publication chord defends move to list group of speakers Washington apr a Federal judge has accused a congressman of taking a the blacklist route in printing a list of Radical Campus speakers to disclose their sources of income. The charge was made at a hearing Friday. . Hist. Court judge Gerhard Gesell scheduled a final ruling next week on whether to bar Public distribution of the list permanently. Government lawyers argue the list produced by rep. Richard ii. Ichord chairman of the House internal Security committee shows How revolutionary and communist leaning groups obtain much of their financial backing. Gesell said chord d-mo., should have done More than produce a list of Radical speakers. A but when lie reached that Point he did t pursue it a Gesell said. A the printed a list of names. He took the blacklist instead of finding out if speaking fees were used to finance revolutionary activities chord had the list printed and distributed a to College presidents alumni members and their fam a Hies a the judge said. Kevin t. Maroney a Justice i department lawyer represent my ichor a committee said i Gesell has no authority to Stop j continued on Page to big 4 presses Middle East Powers to extend truce Man enters plea of not guilty to 5 murders Santa Cruz Calif. Api 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 live persons . Sheriff Douglas James and his deities 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 s is Derrick 12 and Taggart la and the Eye surgeon it Secretary 2 birth pills discontinued Westfall Frankfort Adena Greenfield Mcclain Cadet Groveport Madison Zane Trace for Erie Canada bagpipe band. Davis demons Nelsonville. Logan Teays Valley and Adelphi Community will Supply the bands in saturday nights Queens Parade. The Drill unit from company i and e of the Ohio vol. Infantry will also perform. Tho Royalty Rode at the head continued on Page to 7 at Usu face action by referee Kent Ohio apr six students and a Kent state University professor who were indicted by a special state grand jury investigating the May disturbances on the Campus face possible suspension or a strict disciplinary Ohio atty. Gen. Paul w. Brown said Friday that according to the new state anti riot Law anyone indicted under the new Law must be brought before a referee within five Days after his arrest for a it possible action. The referee who is to be a Kiin cd by the Ohio Board of regents must be an attorney who is not a faculty or staff member of any College or University. The special state grand jury called by gov. James a Rhodes indicted 25 persons in connection w Ith the disorders on Campus last May which led to a clash Between Anli War demonstrators and Ohio National guardsmen that left four dead and nine wounded. No guardsmen were indicted. Student body president Craig Morgan who was one of those indicted called monday for a National nonviolent Friday to protest ments but classes at Kent state j were held As usual after or. J Bernard Hall vice president i and Provost ordered instructors not to dismiss classes. Response nationally seemed limited As some student body presidents said when contacted 1 Washington apr two leading brands of Oral contraceptives Are being discontinued because some dogs Given High doses developed benign breast tutors. The food and drug administration said however there is no evidence linking the two brands to human breast disorders and a no cause for patient alarm Quot Eli Lilly amp co. Discontinued a Queens and Upjohn co. Withdrew Provest after beagles Given up to 25 times the human doses of component chemicals developed breast nodules at an earlier age and in larger numbers than control dogs not Given the drugs. The nodules were not cancerous. Quot the findings in beagles cannot lie directly related to human said Charles c. Edwards commissioner of the Eda. A nonetheless it is prudent to act on information which differentiates these drugs from other Oral the two products account for Between 15 and 20 per cent of the birth control Pill Market Industry sources said. Other brands do not contain the chemicals linked to the breast tutors the Fra said. A the two contraceptives offer no advantages Over other Avail Jable drugs w hich would justify a possible additional risk a Edwards said. Patients were advised to continue taking the two brands a moratorium til told otherwise by their phys the indict-1 Cia us. The companies told doctors to switch women to different Oral contraceptive brands or other forms of birth control. Both companies maintained their products have been proven Safe and effective. A nevertheless the company is following a course of extra Dorothy cad allude 38. The armed deputies were stationed at the three Story downtown building housing the jail and sheriffs office a few minutes after Frazier was books there on five counts of first degree murder. Deputies admitted Only persons a with urgent and necessary flood lights were installed for extra Security. Sheriff Douglas b. James news conference w us held outside to announce details of Frazier a capture at Dawn Friday in a former a one cow milk barn a half a mile from the of task s250, too Flagstone mansion on a Hilltop overlooking Monterey Bay. Frazier had lived about two months in the shabby 6by-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 cleared of visitors and officers checked credentials and searched newsmen 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 kit lice cars. Taft supports cease fire Call Columbus. Ohio a -. Rep. Robert Taft jr., a Ohio said today he a wholeheartedly sup Hgt it it a a president Richard Nixon Scall before the i United nations for lasting cease i fires in Southeast Asia and the j Middle East. A we should use All the in of i fires to achieve peace through a out the world As the president leads us from an Era of con i front a lion to one of negotiation a Taft said. No Cincinnati congressman also declared his support for elimination of the in Security councils veto. Otherwise he said a there is Little Hope for revitalization of the Security Council or any other significant Ltd interstate air pollution meet set that they had not even heard of the moratorium. Students picketed class at University College at Bingham Pion. N.y., and at Syracuse University while rallies were held at the University of Massachusetts the University of Illinois Chicago Circle Campus and several others. C by and caution in discontinuing Queens a said Lilly. I Upjohn referred to a an i forced risk however Small i beagles Are especially prone i to developing breast nodules i the Fua Saki. Other animals sex j posed to the suspect chemicals did not develop the Turners Marietta Ohio apr an executive session of the Mari Etta Parkersburg interstate air pollution abatement conference will be held Here nov. To. According to mayor John a Burn Worth. He said the meeting is being called by the National air pollution control administration because of complaints by residents of Vienna w. Va., about the Union Carbide corp Plant in Marietta. The switching hour a ifs a seasonal Mot an Martha Daw of Zanesville reminds you to switch your clock Back to Standard time when you retire tonight. Turn clocks Back i hour late tonight new York apr those americans who have been used to extra evening hours of Daylight for the last six months a fall backs sunday Moran Standard time. The official hour for converting from Daylight saving time to Standard time is ? . Sunday. For convenience though most Prole will set their timekeepers Hack one hour Heinie going to bed unaffected by the change Are Arizona Hawaii and Michigan a states which maintain stud arc time throughout the year Daylight saving time and those lighter evenings return the last sunday of april next year. Led Lewis Heads drive for parc police break up Miami u crowd Robert Mckelvey president to i of the Pickaway association for retarded children announced today that Ted Lewis has consented to be the honorary chairman for the drive to get a .5 Mill operating Levy passed for the Brooks Yates school in making the announcement Mckelvey noted that 25 per cent of the funds for operation of the school and sheltered workshop must come from local sources. On monday a Telephone committee. Headed by Trudy Shar Rcpt and Myrna Siniff will be Gin calling throughout die City and county to inform voters about the Brooks Yates operating Levy. October 31 parc plans a door to door distribution of information throughout the i a would expire november 5 without Accord United nations by. Api a 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 to a resumption of peace talks with an Eye toward eventual settlement of hostilities. U. N. Secretary general t Thant announced the decision Friday night after a St i hour working dinner in his office suite with foreign ministers Andre 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 j was Gunnar v. Jarring of Sig a Den Thant a special representative for the Middle fast. 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 too try to resume his peace Mission which broke Down aug. 25 when Israel charged thai Egypt was violating a military i standstill agreement by moving antiaircraft missiles toward the Suez canal. Thant a statement issued by a. . Spokesman in his behalf said a the four foreign ministers had a useful Exchange of views with the Secretary general Ami ambassador jarring on the Situ lion in the Middle East. A they agreed to exert their utmost efforts to enable Ambas ador jarring to resume his Mission at the earliest possible Oate to search for possibilities through the agreement of the parties directly concerned to extend the Observance of the cease fire for a period to be de Ermine 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 has countered that Oxford Ohio aim a off duty Oxford policemen were called Early today to help break up a crowd of several Hundred Young people mostly Miami University student who had gathered in a downtown Street blocking Gaffe for More than an hour. The disturbance began when several students who police described As intoxicated vein to the Middle of the Street and be gun directing draft a. Several rocks Wert at police and an Merj hide As police broke crowd but no one was injured one person a arrested Lur intoxication but police said the arrest was not directly related to the disturbance. Authorities blamed the disturbance on football weekend exuberance thrown a Eney pc up the reported Wallace Hopes for lopsided Alabama win today s contests include hog calling pie eating and Baton twirling. Or. And mrs keeping score on the rainfall it null Tor 24 hour i or cml at s tit Simi Mal dime of. I actual mine int i Milam .13 in h Normal aim Jan. I Vernal Ainee Jan i Stiver Sunrise Sunset. By Kex Thomas associated press writer Montgomery Ala. Apr there is Little doubt if any that George c. Wallace will he a i elected governor of Alabama Clarence Alli Zakain nov. 3, but he scam i paining hard for a lopsided Triumph. He is counting on a White backlash to Roll up solid majority against or. John Cashin negro dentist and at the same time turn Back the Challenge of other Black candidates running with Cashin. Wallace who carried five states As a third party presidential candidate in 1968, has kept alive the invisibility of another no for the White House to years from now. He does no to in Psi i. A the record to show he barely win in his own 31.15 31.78 Mil 7 51 i to want could state. Cashin running under the Emblem of the predominantly Black National democratic party of Alabama which he founded two years ago concedes he has Only an outside Chance but says the Nipa can elect negroes to the All White legislature and put More Blacks into office in the county courthouses. Negroes already control the government in one Rural county Greene. In another Macon they run the county school Hoard the 1 sheriffs office and tax collectors office and dominate City Hall in Tuskegee the county Seal. Even in defeat Cathie and the Nipa candidates could influence the outcome of local elections. The party has put up a full slate for state office thus giving Black voters Many of them illiterate the Chance to vote a straight ticket and reduce the risk of spitting their ranks. Ironically the Traig Thicket drive could bring the defeat of Fred Gray the Only negro nominated for the legislature by the regular democratic party despite Wallace a Appeal Cise j where for a massive straight ticket Vole for ins party some of his followers have spread the word to vote for Irby the re publican instead of Gray the Democrat. Wallace has four other Chal lingers in the governor s race. I from behind and won in a Runoff to i county. Also promo tonal material will be handed out in the circe \ die shopping areas. On november 2. Children Iii the City and county schools will in Given literature to take Home to their parents. The president it parc urged the passage of the .5 Mill operating Levy for the Brooks Yates school since these funds arc necessary in order to provide the specialized education required by our mentally retarded children and Adliss Wile arc eligible to use the facilities of the school and sheltered workshop big Oil Tanker said sinking close to Britain Isle of Wight England a a Tanker carrying 70,non tons of crude Oil was sink no in the English Channel to with another bursting into Max after colliding Tanker and All White and including a great grandson of a former governor who has resurrected the old whig party but he has singled out Cashin As a your opponent a Alabama has Only a Boid 330.000 negro voters compared with about 1.3 million Whites but Cashin could run Wallace a fairly close race if negroes showed up in Force on election Day and a substantial number of White voters stayed Home. The former governor almost lost the democratic nomination this year to a one time protege gov. Albert Brewer the present governor beat Wallace in the first primary but the sex presidential candidate came four weeks later. He did it by charging that the negro a bloc vote went solidly for Brewer and warning that a if you let them elect a governor control polities at the state Capitol for the next 50 years a Cashin says a vote against Wallace on nov. 3 a is vote for the ant Erin he appealed to voters who opposed the former governor last Spring to Quot do it campaigning on the Steps of tile state Capitol he told a Small crowd a a let every one of you out there Black White Rich poor establishment. Anti of Stablish continued on Page to him Lloyds of London reported that there was considerable Oil pollution of the sea alter the collision Friday night Between the stricken Pacific glory and the Allegro which was no badly damaged five Sailor were killed Iii the collision four Miles off the Isle of Wight and eight were missing authorities said All were part of tin Pacific glory a 42-Man Crew an Armada of lifeboats firefighting tugs and merchant ships remained several Hundred Yards away from the burning Tanker because of the intense heat. Rescue vessels scoured the Aiea for survivor Israel is fortifying positions within the standstill zone in violation of the plan. The big four Schiel delegates sir Colin Crowe of i Britain. Ambassador Jacque. I Kosciusko Morzet of France soviet ambassador Jacob a j Valik and i s ambassador Charles w. Yosti already had j scheduled a meeting for o a 24 to discuss Guidl incs for Jar ring s indirect talks. All four i were present at Friday night s j meeting unum in Iii 11 Iii Nim mini in no scores Circleville 26, Miami Trace 9 Teays Valley 36, Dublin 20 Westfall 6, East Milton la St. Charles 30, Logan Elm 12 Hilliard 13, Grove City ii i Hamilton 38, Olen Amigy 6 West Jefferson 27. Franklin Heights 0 Logan to Athens to Ashville Man gets american legion Post Columbus Ohio apr Ohio american legion cum Unander Roger a Smith of Ash Villi has been elected president of the veterans organization of state commanders and adj i Tunis. Also elected Iii a business a Esum Here were Donald Woolord. Columbus Ohio veterans of foreign wars vice president and Willis la. Liggitt bilk Cen Ter United Spanish War veld ans Sec re tory treasure i. Ohio City girl killed new Haven lad a Melon e Bollenbaugh in ohm City Ohio a killed Frida night in a two ear collision on in s. 30 about seven Miles Easi of Here

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