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Part of it [the gold], he [Beter] said, was flown to Mexico on the Rockefeller family jet that carried Henry and Nancy Kissinger on their honeymoon earlier this year.
Beter also said that a source he did not name told him some of the treasure at Ft. Knox had been replaced with lead bars painted to resemble gold.
Beter said he wanted a grand jury to investigate the whole affair. He said he was willing to reveal to a grand jury his sources and such information as the name of a "four-star general" who ordered the secret gold convoys to roll and is "now in hiding in his house."
But Beter indicated he had little faith in any congressional investigation. He said of congressmen, "Their reputation is lower than whale manure. They can be reached."
Only Rep. John R. Rarick (D-La.) "has stood by me," Beter said. An aide to Rarick said his boss did not necessarily endorse Beter's charges but did think they should be investigated.
"Even wilder charges have been investigated by Congress," the aide said.
Summary: Frank Purinton (1895-1991) was an activist who sought to preserve the United States and Christianity from the "Communist-Zionist-Satanist" plot. He was active in the American Legion and the John Birch Society and published a patriotic Christian newsletter. The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, and printed materials reflecting Purinton's views.
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The Frank Purinton Collection consists of items collected and sent by him to the University of Oregon Libraries from 1977 until the mid 1980s. The collection includes materials only from this period of Purinton's life; he did not begin collecting and saving his papers until he was asked to incorporate them into the Libraries' Conservative Libertarian Archive. The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, articles and speeches, and a variety of printed materials.
The bulk of the correspondence consists of photocopied or re-typed letters sent to individuals or organizations by Purinton, Some original, signed letters are included., The letters are arranged alphabetically according to recipient, and dating from 1972 to 1986. Some of the correspondents include Congressman Bill Young; Ida Varanim; James Tucker, editor of The Spotlight; Reverend Robert Bruce Record; Howard B. Rand, editor of Destiny Publishers; S.C. Phillips; Congressman Claude Pepper; David Nelson; Issa Nakleh of the Palestine Arab Delegation; General Gordon Jack Mahr; Congressman Bill McCollum; L. Lee Layton, Jr.; Senator Jesse Helms; Senator Barry Goldwater; Senator John Glenn; congressman Lou Frey; Benjamin H. Freedman; Dr. Jerry Falwell; Dr.Medord Evans, Citizens Councils of America; Pastor Sheldon Emry; Pastor Vep Ellis; David Duke, Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan; George P. Dietz, editor of Liberty Bell Publications; Robert DePugh; B.G. Davis; Senator Lawton M. Chiles; President Jimmy Carter; Sally Ballard, editor of The Nitty Gritty Truth; and members of the American Legion, Nord Davis, Billy James Hargis, Robert Welch, Mrs. J. Milton Lent, Norman Vincent Peale, Senator William Proxmire. There are also a number of letters to the editor, and open letters.
Correspondence received by Purinton, arranged alphabetically by sender, includes letters from Sally Ballard; Senator Lawton Chiles; John Grady; William F. Hawk, National Adjutant of the American Legion; Senator Jesse Helms; Representative Richard Kelly, L. Lee Layton, Jr.; Congressman Claude Pepper; Representative Otis G. Pike; Paul Pulitzer; Howard B. Rand; Congressman John R. Rarick; and Ida Varani. Other correspondence includes letters from Sally Ballard to Marge Lauder, from Representative Richard Kelly to Steven T. Boyle, from Dr. Peter Beter, from Joseph B. Head to J.C. Phillips, and from Ida Varani to Judge John Felkins.
The second series in the collection includes manuscripts by Purinton. Among them are drafts of a speech delivered in 1971 dealing with the international conspiracy to destroy the United States and Christianity and establish a one-world Communist government. Also included are a 1974 essay title "Regional Government," and state-of-the-nation addresses from 1983 and 1984. An article by Purinton which was published in 1984 in The Link magazine, "reflections on Christian Beliefs: Some Scriptural Fallacies and Fancies," is also included. Other essays deal predominantly with the theme of the "Communist-Zionist-Satanist" plot and affirmations of Purinton's religious faith.
Deaths Elsewhere Series: deaths elsewhere
St. Petersburg Times - St. Petersburg, Fla.
Date: Mar 17, 1987
Start Page: 13.B
Section: METRO AND STATE
Text Word Count: 399
SAMUEL H. SHAPIRO, 79, the immigrant son of a cobbler who served briefly as Illinois governor in 1968, died Monday in Kankakee, Ill. Mr. Shapiro, a Democrat, replaced Otto Kerner as the state's chief executive in May 1968 when Kerner resigned to accept a federal judgeship. The following November Mr. Shapiro, known as ``Governor Sam`` for his ``nice-guy approach,`` lost to Republican Richard Ogilvie. ``I have no regrets,`` he said after the loss. ``My philosophy is, `Today is the happiest day of my life; yesterday is gone, and tomorrow may never come.' So I always look forward.``
W. STERLING COLE, 82, a former member of Congress from New York and the first director of the International Atomic Energy Agency, died of cancer Sunday in Washington, D.C. The agency was set up to help put into effect President Dwight D. Eisenhower's ``atoms-for-peace`` proposals. From 1935 to 1957 Mr. Cole, a Republican, represented New York in the U.S. House of Representatives.
PETER D. BETER, 65, an unsuccessful candidate for governor of West Virginia in 1967, died Saturday after a heart attack at his home in Bethesda, Md. During the race, Mr. Beter was known for his tuxedos and mink bow ties, a campaign song titled Do Good and Be Good, and a platform that promised sweeping reforms, many to help disabled coal miners. He collected 1,844 votes against current-Gov. Arch Moore's 106,000 in the Republican primary.
TOBIA BROWN FRANKEL, 52, the wife of Max Frankel, executive editor of the New York Times, died Monday in New York City from the effects of a brain tumor diagnosed in 1985. A teacher, editor and most recently third-year law student at Columbia University, Mrs. Frankel pursued a varied career suited to the frequent changes in her husband's assignments. She wrote articles for the Times from the Soviet Union and, after her return, a historical book, The Russian Artist. In Washington, she taught history and Russian language and was an editor for the National Jewish Monthly. In New York, she was an editor at Newsday and marketing director for the City Opera.
PAUL BLOCK JR., 75, co-publisher of the Toledo Blade, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Monterey Herald, and a nationally recognized organic chemist, died Sunday in Monterey, Calif., of complications from Alzheimer's disease. Mr. Block was the first to synthesize several hormones found in the human thyroid system.
BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO; Caption: Samuel H. Shapiro
Copyright Times Publishing Co. Mar 17, 1987
Originally posted by ExScientiaVeritas
Originally posted by NoRegretsEver
BTW, the guy with a YT page called Peter Beter, actually claims to be him in his 70's. So now that we have some of this sorted out, we can dissect his theories, predictions, audio files and books. I am sure that we will find some truly amazing things. This is what the thread was all about.
If that's the case, then the Wiki article is definitely a farce since it lists Beter as having died in 1987. Then again, the link that is supposed to corroborate that point, is an obit. for SAMUEL H. SHAPIRO. Is the Wiki author trying to tell us something?
Originally posted by NoRegretsEver
There has to be a reason why you can get a million hits with his name, and those that have linked him, and I now have to believe NO ONE asked....anything? Anyone conspiracy, religion, news articles, reporters, come on there's something going on.
The book has a link to a publisher, I found his name (Peter Beter) in the Library of Congress (its not as typical name, so no mistakes) his books are available mostly in the UK... there's something...
Originally posted by VonDoomen
This is nothing more than rubbish
If i were to believe this, then russia would have the worlds most advanced air and space technology..
Originally posted by Realtruth
I followed him for quite some time until I found numerous contradictions and fraudulent claims.
Originally posted by Kandinsky
... books that were allegedly written by him aren't real...they just look like books and the claimed publishers don't appear to have any records of him.
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