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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - October 22, 1972, Athens, Ohio Campaign Gallup poll says Mcgovern just slightly ahead on College campuses. Editorial Page 8 Aile vol. 67, no. 283 building for Southeastern Ohio s future Athens Ohio. Sunday october 22, 1972 Twenty cents highs in 60s Cloudy and warmer today with highs in the 60s. The weather Page 2man rushes at Mcgovern subdued Reading a. A a Man Rushing toward sen. George Mcgovern through a football game crowd saturday was subdued and handcuffed by secret service agents. The Man was not immediately identified nor did the secret service disclose whether he was armed. The incident occurred As Mcgovern campaigned across Industrial Pennsylvania and made an unscheduled Stop during halftime at a football game in nearby Kutztown. A get out of Here you bum you no Good bum a the Man shouted As he waved his arms and rushed into a knot of people around the democratic presidential candidate just seconds after Mcgovern emerged from his car at Kutztown state College. Agents subdued the Man As he was about to feet from the candidate and took him to the Side of the Field where he was handcuffed the Man later was taken away in a Pennsylvania state police car. Mcgovern had gone to the stadium at the request of the Kutztown president Lawrence Stratton to speak briefly during halftime of the Kutztown state Cheyney state College pa., football game. After the incident Mcgovern went ahead and spoke then left for a Street rally at Reading. Mcgovern told crowds throughout the Day that the country cannot stand four More years of Nixon in the White House. A what i believe America needs in the 1970s is a Leader who can lift the vision of this nation a Mcgovern said in Scranton at his first of five rallies for the Day. In Bethlehem quoting sen. Edward m. Kennedy who had campaigned with him the Day before. Mcgovern said a we do not want a Leader who has his hand in the till his foot in his Mouth his Tongue in his Cheek and his eyes on the the Bethlehem midday crowd at the civic Center spread out across the Plaza was described by democratic gov. Milton j. Shapp As the largest political gathering in the history of the area. Shapp Mcgovern and sen Edmund s. Muskie of Maine who was also campaigning with the democratic presidential candidate frequently referred saturday to the fact that Only 24 weeks remain before the nov. 7 election and noted Nixon is far ahead in the Public Opin Lon polls. Muskie in Scranton had said Mcgovern is fighting for the presidency a against such hopeless Odds but seemed to retract that assessment in Bethlehem when he said a i say to you. There s no such thing As hopeless Odds when the democratic party unites behind its candidate. Mcgovern Muskie and Shapp repeatedly attacked Nixon for his opposition to the 20 per cent hike in social Security benefits his vetoes of legislation to fight water pollution and provide Day care centers for working mothers and for the watergate burglary and bugging incident and charges of widespread political espionage within the administration.2 youths surrender Akron Ohio apr two teen age Brothers sought in connection with the fatal shooting of a policeman Here turned themselves in to Summit county prosecutor Stephan Gabalac saturday. The two youths Charles and Kenneth Hunt told Gabalac through an attorney they would give themselves up if he would come to their attorneys Home. They surrendered when Gabalac arrived Charles 19, was being held on charges of first degree murder and his 16-year-old brother on charges of delinquency in connection with the shooting death of patrolman Stephen j. Oncas 27. Oncas was killed and his partner patrolman Phillip w. Brady 32, seriously wounded on Akron a West Side Early saturday morning when they stopped a car carrying the Hunts and a 15-year-old companion for driving without lights police said. The older Hunt reportedly tried to flee once but was brought Back to the police Cruiser for arrest on a traffic warrant before a scuffle began police said. A this is. Of course where the details become kind of said detective it. John lower a because one of the witnesses is Oncas who joined the Akron Force less than a year ago was taken to the Akron general medical Center with a Bullet wound in his heart officials said surgeons opened his Chest in an attempt to repair the damage but he was pronounced dead about an hour after the shooting occurred. Brady underwent surgery later saturday for an abdominal wound and was reported in serious condition police said the three occupants of the car ran away after the shooting but that police swarming into the area in response to a wounded Bradys plea for help Over his car radio picked up the 15-year-old boy not far from the scene. The two Hunts and Oncas 38 Caliper service revolver disappeared however police said. Policemen arriving at the scene of the shooting said they found the wounded Brady leaning Over Oncas body stretched out by the rear of the withdrawals begin Rawalpindi apr troop withdrawals from occupied areas in India and Pakistan will begin the first week in november setting off a Rush of More than one million pakistani refugees to Homes which May no longer exist reliably informed government officials said today. They said troops of both sides Manning outposts since last december a fighting which led to Independence for Bangladesh have pulled Down virtually All the houses in occupied territory for use As building material. Less than 1,000 tents were available for emergency shelter they added. At least 5.000 displaced persons already have arrived at the Punjab town of Sialkot anticipating the reopening of lands captured by Indian troops the officials said. About 1.2 million pakistanis fled their Homes when the indians occupied More than 5,000 Square Miles of Terri Roty in the Border provinces. The pakistanis will withdraw from about 70 sure Miles of Indiana Terri Roty following an agreement to be signed a endorses rights Bill Dayton Ohio apr the Ohio newspaper women a association gave its endorsement saturday to the equal rights amendment to the u. S. Constitution and formed a task Force to work for its adoption. Mrs. Paulina Wessa women a editor of the Columbus citizen journal was named chairman of the and hoc task Force. The on a is holding its three Day convention Here this weekend. About too delegates Are registered among the organizations total membership of about 300. Three Mexico City writers who paid their own transportation to the gathering Are guests for the convention. One of them mrs Bella Mischne Secretary general of the world association of women journalists and writers Secretary general of the world association of women journalists and writers announced that a Cleveland newspaper woman has been nominated to run for president of the world organization which meets next june in israe Turner Calls trial a o f 484 Mem hers of Congress Ralph Nader a profiles released Washington a Ralph Nader s Congress project saying a most people have never heard of 95 per cent of the National legislators made Public saturday detailed profiles of the 484 senators and representatives seeking re election. The Nader organization said it enlisted More than 500 a nonpartisan volunteers to search records and conduct interviews throughout the country. The resulting information it said was supplemented and reduced to final form by a staff of 130 in Washington. The 14.000-plus pages of documentation on individual members represent the second portion of the Nader group s massive study of Congress. The first an overview published As a paperback Book concluded that Congress rather than truly representing the people has fallen under the control of the president and special interest groups. This Book entitled a who runs Congress the president big business or you a said that the party leaders of Congress a have become More buffers than Bosses elevated More because of ineffectiveness and general popularity than because of leadership however the individual profiles of men in leadership posts in the House and Senate for the most part gave them credit at least for expert knowledge of the inner Workings of their institutions and for Talent in maintaining Good relations with the frequently Independent minded members they Are assigned to Lead. The study of House speaker Carl Albert d-okla., for example quotes an assessment by two unnamed colleagues a Albert was As Strong a Leader As the House wanted a other opinions collected in the profile were that Albert successfully avoided stirring jealousy among committee chairmen that could work against passage of legislation but also that a the has More opportunities to exercise leadership than he on their own the researchers reported that Albert a has a reputation for shunning Large contributions. A reputation for being honest and financially Independent of special groups or disclosure of in Gilbert Anders slaying Logan suspects questioned by Ruth Wilkinson Logan correspondent Logan a suspects were to be questioned saturday As Hocking county authorities continued their investigation into the slaying of Gilbert Anders jr., 45, of 519 e. Second ave. Anderst body was found late thursday in the sales office of Dannie a trailer sales on routes 33s near the Junction of route 595. Clearwater Fla. Apr Orlando businessman Glenn w. Turner described his 10-Day trial on charges of violating Florida is securities Law As a a waste of my Talent and a waste of my after six hours and 20 minutes of deliberation Friday a three Man three woman jury told Pinellas county circuit judge Robert l Williams a a we re hopelessly assistant state atty. Allen Alweiss said he would move for a speedy new trial in the Case. Turner 38, was charged with 65 counts of violating the states uniform securities act by allegedly Selling unregistered securities and failing to Register As a dealer. Quot it was a waste of my Talent and a waste of my time a Turner said following the mistrial declaration. A i know what a in my heart. I expected acquittal. A he Cleveland Ohio a Quot i wish it was Over but this is better than conviction he the Plain struck by its added. Newsmen delivered Only its to to protest Vietnam War men s Section comics Maga m m f me Section an j advertising Cleveland Ohio a the Cleveland area peace action supplements As a sunday a coalition said saturday its members will form a picket line at the per a spokesman for the news Cleveland Airport to protest the Vietnam War As president Nixon paper said saturday arrives for a Campaign Stop. The Plain dealer unit of to Nixon has scheduled Campaign appearances in Cleveland and Cal i Cleveland newspaper 13 other northeastern Ohio cities next saturday. Guild rejected the morning paper a contract offer saturday announced it was on strike and set up picket lines at the building s entrances. No negotiations were sched area news features 17 obituaries .18 used the Guild said. Classified .27�?~30 sports. 24-27 the newspaper has a publish comics .31 television .22 or s agreement with the com editorial .8 theaters.23 pet Tive Scripps Howard after Homes 13 women.10,11,12 noon paper the Cleveland sheriff Paul Hartman announced plans to question suspects but declined to elaborate. He did not indicate How Many suspects were to be quizzed nor give any indication As to their identities. Sheriff Hartman revealed an autopsy performed thursday showed Anders was shot three times in the dust. The sheriff said tests being made by the Ohio Bureau of criminal investigation and identification to determine the Caliper of the gun have not been received. Anderst body was found behind the desk in the sales office. It is not known if he was seated when shot or standing. Robbery has been ruled out As a motive but authorities have offered no other motives nor have they said what connection with the victim the suspects might have had. The murder was discovered about la . Thursday. Paul Newman District manager for Dannie a found Anderst body after he received a Call from a neighbor who noticed the office door standing open despite the cold weather. Or. Owen f. Yaw Coroner said death had occurred from two to three hours earlier. Agent Herman Henry of the Sci is assisting in the investigation. Services for Anders will be at i . Sunday at the Roberts funeral Home. By newspaper guilds men Plain dealer is struck press calling for publication of the struck papers Masthead and certain other copy by the paper which in t struck a Plain dealer spokesman said but the press published a Normal paper saturday. Plain dealer spokesmen said they had no comment other than to describe their offer. Guild pickets were allowing no one entry except a executives of the Plain dealer a a Guild spokesman said another spokesmen said about 200 persons manned the picket lines before noon. The numbers appeared fewer at mid afternoon. Jack Weir executive Secretary of the Guild called inadequate the Plain dealers of Fer which a newspaper spokesman said would raise top scale wages to $300 from the present $250. The morning newspaper Ohio a largest daily offered a 30-month contract with increases ranging from $29 to $50 Over the length of the contract increased payment of hospitalization insurance costs an additional paid Holiday four weeks vacation after seven years instead of after nine and improved pension contributions. A Guild spokesman says the Union wanted a raise of $75 a week Over a 24-month contract. Robert Sullivan assistant managing editor of the press said saturday afternoon his paper was a still getting ready for monday no change in direction at All a earlier he had said that a was far As i know Well continue publishing and that a things Are very Weir said of the Plain dealer proposal a in essence it s inadequate we want he said he expected the Plain dealer to halt publication. Quot we expect the press to publish a he also said a we want it to Charles Webster picket chairman said the strike a has a lot More to do with dignity and effectiveness of the Guild than with we want a number of contributions and Campaign spending limits. The Republican House Leader rep. Gerald r. Ford of Michigan told Nader interviewers they reported that congressional leadership is a purely a matter of persuasion. You can t threaten. Any intimidation backfires. You Don t have much to threaten with a Ford said the first half of the Nader profile on him is balanced but the second a smacks of an attempt at a Hatchet the Republican Leader said his votes for the . Super sonic jetliner and for a Lockheed Federal loan were pro jobs not p to business. The profile of the Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana suggested that he had been handicapped to some extent by succeeding a Leader of quite different style Lyndon b. Johnson who kept the Senate democrats on tight rein before going on to the vice presidency and presidency. Mansfield was quoted As saying he never campaigned for the leadership Post a i said no until president John of Kennedy asked a Mitteager photo by Dot i Young Booster a a Young disappointed Bobcat boost has his Homecoming Victory Hopes dashed As he watches to cats being beaten by the Virginia tech gobblers saturday even if the cats lost be had one of the Best a and Moi comfortable a seats in the Bouse. The youth is David Huntley i Athens. The elusive wild Turkey Gobbler Don struck the quarterback of the Virginia tech gobblers and the National Leader in passing and total offence eludes the grasp of a pair of Bobcat defenders a Gary Dourm 64 and Scott Robinson 65 Unity for Europe a Meisenger photo by Don dry a As j. B. Quot Jungle b Quot Ber tech running Back looks on. The gobblers spoiled of Iver Tuyu a Homecoming by the cats a 53-21 Der Paris apr nine eur the definition of the term was rope an leaders have charted a left purposefully vague but it course toward a dreamed of is Likely to embrace Trade so european Union that could Cia and foreign policies some Day be As powerful As the the leaders asked for a Prog muted states the soviet Union Ress report from common mar Japan or China but it s going Ket experts by 1975. Then they to be a Long quarrelsome haul will hold another Summit con the european common mar Ference presumably to decide Ket Summit meeting which end whatever further measures Are de Early saturday marked the needed Entrance of Britain. Denmark president Georges Pompidou and Ireland into the 15-year-old of France Britain a prime min group formed by France West ister Edward Heath. Chancellor Germany Italy Belgium the Willy Brandt of West Germany Netherlands and Luxembourg and the other leaders made together they have some 250 Clear they envision their group million people and an area of my As an element of stability 590,000 Square Miles about the and Prosperity in the world. Size of Alaska they Are a1 they said the enlarged comm ready the largest trading Block nity will maintain traditionally in the world and if the Poten close relations with the United tial of the enlarged common states but added Quot the hour Market is effectively mobilized has come for Europe to assert it could take its place alongside itself in the the superpowers and the asian the nine have to Settle Many giants. That was plainly the disputes with the United states Hope of the Heads of state and notably on Trade and monetary government who assembled in policies but the common a the Majestic hotel for their proach will be one of in two Day meeting but protract de standing not hostility de wrangles marred the con they also pledged to seek in Clave and symbolized the prob proved relations with the soviet lems they face. A declaration Union and the Eastern Block of principles said the nine and declared the Community would work toward forming a wants to do its share in helping european Union by 1980. Be development of the poor idealism of the problems involved tons of the world

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