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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 28, 1975, Wellsville, New York                                Pally Reporter Copyrljkl by Grwahow Company All rtjhti racrved Allegany and Poffer NinetyFifth Year New Monday April 1 975 10 Cents Per Copy To avert defeat Minh will attempt negotiated peace SAIGON UPI Duong Van picked to be the peace president of an embattled South made an llthhour try today to negotiate an end to a losing war and save Saigon from the guns of a crushing Communist But Communist troops shelled the South Vietnamese capital and broke through the northern defense line to the edge of Saigon as Minh worked urgently to get peace talks Political sources said the sixfoottall nicknamed Big Minh because of his would ask all officials to leave South Vietnam and sue for peace with the Viet The National Assembly voted 1340 Sunday night for Minh to succeed Tran Van Huong as president of South Vietnam and negotiate peace with the president for only seven was scheduled to hand power over to Minh this afternoon and fly to Taiwan to join his Nguyen Van in It was uncertain whether the election of the neutralist general would satisfy the Communists and avert an allout Bias is noted after survey WASHINGTON UPI An American Psychological Association report says some male psychotherapists practice old fashioned sex bias in treating female sometimes even justifying doctorpatient sex on grounds the woman needed attention from the right The conclusions are contained in the draft report of an APA task force which surveyed female APA members on the subject of male sexist attitudes within the profession and got responses from UPI obtained a copy of the draft report Although the findings of professional sexist behavior ranged far beyond the issue of doctorpatient the survey responses included complaints directed at that practice and at the rationales offered by some Sorry to say one respondent but I know of too many cases of actual seduction of female clients by their male therapists usually justified by the view that frigidity is a fate worse than death which can be cured by the right In its summary the report asked Do therapists actually evidence sex bias and sexrole stereotyping in their psychotherapeutic practice The answer is though good process studies of the therapy hour are it The report said the 320 survey responses constitute a casebook of professional sexist attitudes which should help make psychotherapists aware of the ways in which female patients have been misunderstood and inadequately treated as a result of male sex it some male psychotherapists simply assume women in general are passive and dependent upon male and apply this stereotype to their assault against the South Vietnamese In the Viet Congs Provisional Revolutionary Government demanded the abolition of the Saigon government before talking peace made no mention of Asked whether the Communists would be willing to enter peace talks with a Viet Cong spokesman said anyone who loves be Both and South Vietnamese leaders appeared convinced the reopening of peace talks off by Saigon a year ago the only hope of saving the government from within We are Senate President Tran Van Lam We But it is better to accept humiliation with your brothers than with I hope the winners think of the South Vietnamese as their In Assistant Secretary of State Robert McCloskey said the United States has stepped up diplomat ic efforts to obtain a negotiated end to the The Communists control three fourths of South Vietnam and 23 of the countrys 44 An estimated Communist soldiers were within striking distance of out numbering the government troops The Viet Cong have called for the withdrawalof all military men disguised as civilians from South In what may have been a sign to the officials leaked word that the Defense Attaches Office in Saigon would close a aHvisers in South Viet Cong officials have charged that the housed in the socalled Pentagon East at Tan Son Nhut Air Base near was running the war for the South Vietnamese GOVERNMENT SOLDIER threatens to swing his weapon at some refugees who are attempting to pass through barricades on the road leading to Saigon and Bien The papers of the refugees are being checked to prevent Communists from infiltrating the ranks of the South UPI Captured bombers hit Saigon today SAIGON UPI sources said jet fighterbombers captured by the Communists at the height of their offensive bombed Saigons Tan Son Nhut airbase today in the first such raid of the Vietnam Scores of Americanbuilt jet bombers and other planes were captured intact Regents procedures criticized UPI Procedures for disbursing Regents Scholarships and Tuition Assistance Program awards to college students need tightening up to prevent the loss of thousands of State Comptroller Arthur Levitts office said In an audit of the Levitts office found that safeguards to prevent fraud or theft of scholarship checks to students were inadequate at many colleges in the and considerable sums were being lost through The Regents which began in and the Tuition Assistance Programs the Scholar Incentive gave million to students during the 197273 school The Tuition Assistance with maximum grants of got under way during the current It is greatly expanded over the Scholar Incentive which began in In a study of procedures at 20 of the states 481 the auditors said they found an excessive rate of erroneous payments and a need for certified student eligibility also disbursed the award checks to the students or had access to the These functions should be handled separately to reduce the potential for The comptrollers office also found that at some of the colleges checks were accessable to unauthorized persons or identification was not required when students picked up Levitts office also recommended that colleges be urged to receive their scholarship awards in a lump sum basis rather than in separate checks for each eligible Much bookkeeping expense could be saved under the lump sum in which 75 per cent of the value of all awards to students at the college are paid by the with the remainder coming after it is determined how many eligible students actually registered for classes during the the auditors The report also recommended combining the administration of the Regents and tuition Assistance awards with several scholarship programs currently handled by the State Tax losses noted UPI New York State has lost millions of dollars in revenues because of numerous procedural breakdowns within the state Income Tax according to the state comptrollers State auditors released a report Sunday night calling for several changes in the tax collection have been collected if examiners had caught obvious taxpayer errors or The state auditors also said that millions of dollars in interest was being lost annually because of processing delays and a failure to follow up quickly on delinquent tax Additional tax revenues can be NEW daughter of and Ralph Harbeck of is the 1975 Miss Allegany A college sophomore at she has performed as soloist with the college choir and the Buffalo Philharmonic She plans a career in music after graduate Reporter when South Vietnam pulled out of Da Nang and other northern airfields without a fight at start of the Com munist Many pilots chose to flee with their families rather than stay with the The bombing attacks which brought gunfire throughout Saigon also brought reports of a possible coup against Duong Van Big Minh moments after he had assumed the office of president with a pledge to begin immediate ceasefire talks with the It also brought panic and fears of a final assault on Saigon by Communist forces that have reached the suburbs only three miles from the center of the The sources said four A37 Dragonfly jets carried out a bombing mission on the military section of Tan Son Nhut from the Communistoccupied airfield at Phan 165 miles northeast of Saigon on the coast of the South China Pilots of chase Freedom Fighter the A37s piloted by Communist airmen returned to the coastal city and were seen landing there after the The attack on Tan Son Nhut touched off explosions which rocked Saigon and heavy bursts of antiaircraft fire caused 60 minutes of panic in the South Vietnamese The Viet Cong meanwhile all but rejected Minhs call for an immediate although it had indicated earlier he would be A statement issued by the Viet Congs Provisional Revolutionary Government in Paris said its two basic conditions must be met before the fighting is These were dismantling of Saigons war machine and agreement to respect the fundamental rights of the Vietnamese There was gunfire tonight around the Embassy jj VJ11CH1KC3 411 LllC VS4 A t vrnu J improved internal operations including a revised form realized from the personal income tax They said they received 5 to 10 per tavoo f thP hnrpans svstpm fnr spWtina They said they cent of the awards at the 20 and found that 12 of the 20 colleges processed in erroneous pay ments for various terms between and When projected to all of the colleges in the the comptrollers office the error rate can result in the improper disbursement of a considerable amount of state In the auditors at 17 of the 20 the employes who for personal income The study comes at a time when Hugh Carey is arguing with Republicans over the need to increase Carey insists the state needs higher while the GOP calls such a boost The audit of the a division of the Department of Taxation and found that in 1972 as much as million in additional taxes could if the bureaus system for selecting cases for audit is improved and if the audits are made the report In the bureaus Estimated Tax auditors found lapses of five to 43 days from the time money was received to when it was deposited in a state They said each day of delay represented about a year in lost Man swallowed by crocodile Australia UPI Searchers recovered the remains of a missing hunter from the belly of a 19 foot saltwater police said Police said Peter was swallowed by the reptile while taking a nap during a hunting and fishing trip at miles north of Reimers decided to lie down and rest beside shallow water at a freshwater lagoon 20 miles east of Weipa while his two companions went fishing else police Officers said the crocodile apparently lunged six feet from the water and attacked him while he His two companions searched the hat had Weather Nixon unstable before resignation Sunny with the high between 55 and Clouding up Low about Cloudy with a chance of occasional rain High 50 to Variable winds 10 miles per hour or becoming southeasterly The probability of precipitation is near zero 20 per cent tonight and 50 per cent HIGH 53 LOW 25 The high occurred at 3 and 6 and the low at 8 There was no precipitation and at the barometer read and Temperatures were 47 3 53 6 53 9 43 33 3 28 6 25 9 41 and at WASHINGTON UPI Former President Nixon was unstable just before his says presidential chronicler Theodore who saw him at the time as a time bomb if not defused in just the right might blow the course of all American history Whites daybyday account of how White House insiders led by chief of staff Alexander Haig slowly per suaded Nixon to resign last year ap pears in the May issue of Readers What the men in the White House were involved without ever ad mitting it to was the management of an unstable per White Starting his narrative on July eight days before Nixon an nounced his White describes Nixons behavior as in creasingly with Haig acting as substitute President in many mat ters of daytoday White says Haig realized Nixon had to leave office as soon as he on July the transcripts of a thensecret White House tape in which Nixon or dered aides to stop an FBI Watergate The tape dated from June six days after the Watergate Haigs White was to make Nixon realize he had to resign without triggering the opposite If Haig could get the facts before the President he was certain that the President would act beyond himself in the national interest and White with too much something might trigger the combat instinct in Richard Nixon Haig was dealing with a time bomb if not defused in just the right might blow the course of all American history Whites narrative concludes with a description of a Nixons tearful farewell to a group of Republican minutes before he went on television to announce his Nixon tried to end the meeting with an White Then his composure gave way his breath sucking into a sob which he controlled long enough to I just hope I havent let you Now he tears streaming down his He tried to get missed the chair could not finally found the arm and White is the Pulitzerprizewinning author of the Making of the President which have chronicled each presidential election since area but only found his and shoes neatly piled He said they guessed what happened when they found mud scuffed up and blood on the They called Weipa police and organized a Police and friends of the dead man exploded a dynamite charge under water to stun the crocodile and then shot it as it Reimers dismembered body was recovered from the crocodiles Searchers identified Reimers by his The last recorded death in Queensland by crocodile was 31 years ago when an aboriginal groundsman was killed at a zoo in central Queensland by an 87yearold crocodile called Big Police said the crocodile that killed Reimers at was about the same weight as Big Momma NOTICE Effective May the motor route delivery price of the Daily Reporter will be adjusted to per This is the first price increase for motor route delivery of the newspaper in more than five   

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