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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Kennebec, Maine Nixon asks in for peace Competition Nixon speaking at the in United nations. By. President Nixon before the United nations Fri a with an Appeal to the soviet Union to join in a peaceful Competition with America to promote world peace and pro addressing be 127-nation general Assembly s 2oth anniversary session. Nixon portrayed Many of the and the United grievous troubles As stemming from the deep differences since War ii. And the facts of International life As they he said Are that the Competition Between the world s two superpowers must be shifted away from cold War gain see tuns in order to Lay a base for global peace so 1 would like to speak with you Iovu not ritual sucally but realistically not of impossible dreams but of possible Nixon told tile standing room oily gathering of envoys and notables. "1 invited the leaders of the soviet Colon to join us in Tak in that new he said to join in a peaceful Competition not in the accumulation of arms but in the dissemination of Progress not in the building of missiles but in waging a win ring War against hunger and disease and human misery in our own countries and around the Globe. Let us compete1 in the human pint. M Lori set Clit Law Antuni iia and in promoting to it v. Air. Referring to Mui if in panic Lar Nim ii called on the Freal Powers to being drawn Mlo Collic. V. I Noui Timeir unending it by ars be tween smaller Nunn soviet minister an Drei a. Gromyko listened attentively and a Nixon issued his Public bid to Kremlin leaders but Trie noncommittal in to news men afterwards. I want to study it thorough Gromyko said. We Are still firmly for place As for the 127-Natiun lulled nations pc Nerau the president put Forward an eight Point Agenda which he labelled under Trie heading of the world Irit Ert St included in this was a Call on the United nations to Register us concern about the treatment of prisoners of War in Viet Nam. In is 3.500-word, televised and broadcast speech. Nixon acknowledged that the United nations has not achieved prime goals hoped for by its founders a Quarter Century ago. The main shortcoming in Trie View Oun. Supporters has been the failure to be Able to keep peace. Stressing a need to approach International problems realistically Nixon portrayed Post world War ii . Soviet Dufler fences As being at the heart of Many of the world s and Uio dotted nations troubles. These differences . Tenth two superstate with great Rea Power in the world will continue in Many respects he said by our task is to keep that c line tuition peaceful and to make i creative the president outlined to common incentives to the great Powers to curb their differences avoiding a nuclear Confron tation. The arms Burden. Continued on Page col. 4 police arrest loner for mass murder of California Eye surgeon his family established 1825 vol. 255 saturday october 24, 1970 20 pages Price twelve cents Augusta Maine Santa Cruz Calif. A a shaggy bearded Young Lon charged with the Methodi Cal 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 morn ing As he slept in a Shack Only a half mile from the scene of the shootings. He was booked at the Santa Cruz county Jau while Mour ners were gathering Only two blocks away for the funeral of four of the victims. They were or. Victor m. A prominent Eye sur Geon his wife Virginia. 43. And sons Derrick 12, and Taggart 11. The fifth victim the doctor s Secretary mrs. Dorothy Cadwallader 38, was buried thurs Day. The sheriff s office and local police called on officers from four nearby jurisdictions to help in heavy patrolling of the entire area As Frazier was in a windowless White Van they three blocks from the jail to the municipal court. About 20 reporters and 50 spectators who were admitted were first painstakingly rainstorm belts area area residents had to Batten Down the hatches Friday when a heavy rainstorm a a k e d Augusta and its environs. The Federal aviation Agency station at Augusta state Airport reported 2.16 inches of rain fell Between shortly after 1 . Friday and 8 . Friday. Faa officials said that rain has fallen on 10 of the 23 Days so far this month producing a total of 3.62 inches. And a Trace of Snow was recorded one Day. Searched and the rest of the building was evacuated. The slightly built wearing leg Irons but no hand cuffs 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 re plied Public defender Gary Britton entered a plea of innocent to the five counts of murder. Judge Donald o. 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. Dist. Atty. Peter Chang or. Told newsmen information from three unidentified hippie acquaintances and from Frazier s estranged wife had put officers on the Trail that led to the Cap Ture. The 6-by-6-foot shanty is separated by a rugged Ravine from the luxurious estate where firemen found the five bodies in the swimming Pool monday night As they vainly tried to save the doctor s burning mansion. Sheriff Douglas James issued a Brief statement saying two of the Deputy sheriffs from this department Bradley Arbsland and Rodney Sanford were on surveillance in the v Vicinity of a Cabin the suspect had used be fore. Early this morning they went quietly to Check the Cabin. They found the suspect asleep. They took him into Cus Tody without the nipples directed officers to Frazier s estranged wife who continued on i col 5 it s 2 . Twice . Ben a Fol Ulce sunday morn off when Maine switches to Eastern Standard time. The clocks have to be set Back an hour saturday night before you nit the sack As we leave Eastern Daylight time be Hind and the darkness an boor faster. The going was rough Sewall Street one of several that was partially flooded Friday looked like this late in the Day As a passing mini bus threw up a Small rooster Tail of water. Kyj photo by Roach the rain at times torrential flooded portions of Bangor Arsenal Sewall and South Chestnut streets. Traffic at the memorial Bridge was slowed considerably Early Friday afternoon when a limb fell onto and severed a Power line cutting off Power for about 40 customers in the area for an hour. Vehicles were temporarily diverted to avoid the flip flopping line. Hall welts problems weren t continued on Page 2 col 4 High tide on Low ground it seemed that the tide was higher than Normal on Bald win Street Friday. The Rains came and nobody had an Ark ready so residents touched out the better than two inches of rain. Kyj photo by Roach in o Jiffy t Annabess Cook s gloomy portrait May brighten today s gradual Clearing Index Page amusements 11 obituaries 2 Ami Landers 14 social 6 Church 3 sports 12, 13 comics 16 sportsmen crossword 17 Gay 13 editorial 4 financial 17 la Gardiner 15, 16 weather z Haq owed 15 Winthrop 11 Hathaway s cider Mill route 132 Monmouth serve our Clear cold Sweet cider for halloween parties or social gatherings. Cherry it also delicious open daily 10 . To 7 . By Dan Simpson last of a series the gloomy portrait of Lake Annabess Cook drawn in the last article May not be As bad As it seems. Steps ape being taken to remove Alk pollution from the Lake efforts to clean out the algae now found there Are being formed. Two of the major polluters the town of Winthrop and the Carleton Woolen Mill Are now hooked up to the trunk sewer line and no longer dump into Annabess Cook. A study is being conducted on what can be done with the waste from the other Large contributors. Monmouth and the Albany Felt company located there. The algae growth on the Lake is being attacked by the Anna Bess Cook Lake assn., a n organization formed by Lake property owners in 1966 to improve the Lake and its surroundings. The very Large growth of algae toward the end of the summer can be Atu buted to two things the association s treasurer Fred w. Magoon jr., explained High temperatures combined with the Low water level William p. Winkley a sanitary Engineer with the Environ mental improvement com Mission said that when Lake temperatures reach about 80 de Grees As they did this summer the kinds of algae found in Annabess Cook reproduce like the Devil probably the biggest reason for the late summer growth however was that the Lake receiving three Copper sulfite treatments instead of the usual four. William Carrigan of Lewiston the association s president said that Only three treatments Cost ing each were used this year in an Effort to save Money soviets keep quiet about captured us generals and were paid for by Winthrop and Monmouth. Due to the hot weather the Lake really turned on us he said. We should have used four Magoon pointed out that despite the terrible appearance continued on Page 5 notice there will be no rubbish collection in monday october 26, veterans Day. Rubbish normally collected in monday will be picked up in tuesday oct. 27. City of Augusta Public works department notice du6 to weather open House events scheduled for today at the Augusta Airport terminal Are cancelled for today events will be held tomorrow sunday oct. 25th Moscow a the . Embassy renewed Friday its re quest 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 has been received from the soviet foreign minis try to this or a formal request to see the . Officers. Under a agree ment. 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 s540 Down can buy you a new the our open House sat. To 5 Meadowbrook Hills Ste wit Road Luquita 622-2644 qualified plus Elesiff Cotti. Departure of the plane a six seat Beechraft u8, and its occupants since its intrusion into soviet territory was clearly a the plane landed at the arme Nian town of Lenin an near the Border on wednesday apparently after running into bad weather on a flight Over mountainous territory in Eastern tur key. 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. Notice Averill farm s ice Cream closing for season sunday. Oct. 25 Calumet club club supper monday oct. 26, . Candidates Nite guests smothered beef per person James p. Russell their Pilot and col. Cevat Denali a Turk ish escort officer. The turkish embassy in mos cow said it had asked for Access to Denali. The . Embassy has declined to speculate on suggestions that the plane and its occupants might be used in pressing for the return of two soviet a plane hijackers now being held in Turkey. The soviet foreign ministry has been noncommittal in its statements saying Only that the intrusion into soviet territory is for be her buys in Quality furniture and appliances shop. Frank Pomerleau s. Inc. 43 Bridge St. Augusta Wall to Wall carpeting shop Frank Pomerleau a inc. 43 Bridge St. A Gutta under investigation. The plane landed in an area normally closed to foreigners., Mallow s unusual clothes gifts open sun., i to 5 . 28 main St., Winthrop political advertisement sign in a bakery because of inflation the name of our Pumpernickel bread has been changed to general features corp Caswell s roofing repairs free estimates 12 years experience Call 582-3996 South Gardiner political advertisement meet Maine s senior Margaret Chase Smith at Kennebec county Republican shindig Augusta House sunday october 5 program s to t . All the steamed cams you can eat 13.00 meet the candidates Elwyn a. Sharpe chmn., Readfield notice the management and employees will observe Veteran s 11 we will remain open mon., oct. 26 closed nov. 11 Veteran s Day in safer

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