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Big Spring Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Big Spring, Texas Nebraska 77 Oklahoma. 68 tci.31 baylor.27 Tennessee. 45 sum 21 Texas 23 Rice 29 Arkansas. 24 army 7 Oregon 3 Indiana 28 Missouri. 0 Wake Forest 6 Florida. 14 Miami to Clemson. To okla. St. 23 Tanzania says it in t so Uganda reports Battle by the associated press the state of the week old ugandan tanzanian conflict was veiled in claim and counterclaim saturday with a ugandan military spokesman reporting a very hot fighting and a tanzanian military spokesman reporting All quiet. Government controlled radio Uganda confirmed that troops and airmen from Libya Are in Uganda to Aid in Battle while diplomats from other african countries sought peace. Great Britain sent a special envoy to Kampala to figure out How to get 8,000 British asians out of Uganda by monday to comply with new directives from president Idi Amin. A plan Load of 180 asians was scheduled to touch Down in Britain on sunday. Everything quiet the ugandan military spokesman said saturdays fighting was in the tanzanian Village of Mutu Kula on the Border with Uganda he said a former ugandan official had been captured and claimed Tanzania suffered heavy losses. Tanzania a spokesman declared the Border command re ported everything quiet in Mutu Kula. The ugandan spokesman in a message broadcast by radio Uganda said Joshua Wak holi. Former minister of Public service and Cabinet affairs in the government of ousted president Milton Obote had been taken prisoner severely wounded. The spokesman also reported that a medical card belonging to it. David Coyite Jook had been found near Mutu Kula and a it is Likely that Jook was killed during the Coyite Jook who fled to Ansama after Obote was Over thrown by Gen. Amin was thought to have been commanding the guerrilla Force which is believed to have crossed into Uganda last sunday. Innocent lives the spokesman said Uganda would not bomb the area in the interest of a innocent lives a and appealed to Tanzania to withdraw. Amin has called on other african states to Stop a wasting their time appealing to him for peace. But diplomatic moves were reported under Way by president Anwar Sadat of Egypt emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia and others. The fighting Between Uganda and Tanzania comes As struggle to meet a nov. 8 expulsion deadline decreed by Amin. On Friday Amin ruled that All asians must leave the country within 48 hours of getting exit clearance. Officials in London estimated that As of saturday there were 8,000 asians meeting those criteria. Under amins ruling they would have to be out of Uganda by monday but British officials say that s a two week Job. Big Spring Herald Price 251 vol. 45 no. 97 big Spring Texas 79720sunday september 24, 1972 88 Poges 8 sections Price 25e in Abilene fort Worth five freed by fed judge Abilene Tex. Apr judge Leo Brewster ordered five new York americans of Irish descent freed saturday on Bonds ranging from $5,000 to $15,000 and hinted of a National Security reasons for the reduction from his original order for $100,000 bail each. The five have been held for refusal to talk to a gland jury in fort Worth. Tex., which has been investigating possible Sale of arms intended for the outlawed Irish Republican army. I not like the men were brought Here for the hearing before the Federal District court judge and plans were made to free them quickly. Ten per cent of the Bonds was ordered posted in Cash and the remainder was termed personal recognizance. Judge Brewster acted after judge Griffin Bell of the 5th . Circuit court of appeals conferred with Brewster by Telephone from Atlanta ga., on Bond reduction after the five appealed the size of the original bail. The judge plainly was displeased that he was required to lower the $100,000 Bond and demanded a reason from Alex Mcglinchey a government lawyer who suggested the amounts of the new Bonds. Mcglinchey said he could give no reason and asked for a 15-minute recess while he consulted his superiors. Exception made the Quarter hour recess turned into a three hour delay during which judge Brewster consulted in his Chambers with defense and government lawyers a part of the time. At the end of the consultations judge Brewster issued a seven Page ruling. In the ruling the judge pointed out that government attorneys in june asked that the men be denied any Bond. Brewster said he ordinarily would not reduce Bond without reason. Reviewing the. Biff Spring week. With Joe Pickle the irony of an a a unwanted rain was visited upon most of the area last week but the intense showers fell in the sector South of big Spring and therefore spared most of the Cotton producers an excess of moisture. The Colorado River municipal water District had 4,500 acre feet added to its reserves As a result. Lake Spence was at a new record level of Elevation 1856.56 and contains 123.000 acre feet or about one fourth its potential volume. Farmers had just As soon not had any rain since Cotton plants Are so succulent that additional moisture might go to stalk rather than bolls. However the general Outlook was excellent for Early Cotton and fair for late Cotton provided it again gets a stretch of warm weather. Late feed will make bumper yields. Pastures were never better at this time of the year. A a a things broke Loose Here toward the end of the week. Alvin Mcvea 30, was found shot to death in a car at 604 be 10th, and three men were being held. Early thursday morning John Bradshaw 25, of Midland Anc Colorado City was killed when his car led interstate 20 just inside the East City limit and banged into a Bridge railing a a a a Texas International airlines is Back in business. Finishing touches were put on the resurfacing of runways at Howard county Airport see the week Page 2-a, col. I wheat Deal is emerging As key Issue Washington a the Sale of 400 million bushels of . Wheat to the soviet Union surrounded and permeated by Complex financial detail is emerging As the most investigated farm Issue yet during the Nixon administration. Inquiries into mane vering by the agriculture department and the private Grain Trade Are completed under Way or planned by perhaps half a score of governmental bodies individual members of Congress and subcommittees consumer groups and the White House itself. Proclaimed Manila apr president Ferdinand e. Marcos declared saturday night he imposed martial Law in the Philippines to save the Republic from a communist rebellion and to Reform society. The presidents remarks in a nationwide radio and to broadcast came at the end of a period of about 12 hours in which the nation of 7.100 islands in tile Western Pacific had been nit off from the world by a government ordered communications blackout. Protection Marcos said and escalating threat of armed insurrection had prompted him to take a this extra constitutional Power to protect the he ordered martial Law Friday night after gunmen fired into the car of the Secretary of defense in what the government at turning Point Mcgovern claims Cleveland a sen. George Mcgovern said saturday his democratic presidential quest is at a turning Point that will Lead upward and Force president Nixon into open Campaign Contention. Mcgovern told the Ohio democratic convention that Nixon a refuses 90 per cent of the time to face the american earlier Mcgovern had announced he would be turning to television talks in an Effort to reverse his sagging poll standings. High and dry in the Cleveland speech Mcgovern said Nixon instead of going a out with the people a chose to go to the Texas ranch of John b. Connally to see Oil billionaires and a a few Mossback politicians who Call themselves democrats. Call themselves democrats for Nixon. That a a contradiction in terms. Its like organizing indians for the South Dakota senator said Nixon democrats will find themselves a was High and dry on nov. 7�?� As did democrats who deserted former president Harry s. Truman in favor of Thomas e. Dewey 24 years ago. A i come to Ohio in the midst of what i believe is a turning Point in this Campaign a Mcgovern said. A the tide is coming in. I see it in the faces of the Large and enthusiastic and warm crowds that Are greeting us Day after there were rows of empty seats in the Balcony of the 3.000-seat Hall where Mcgovern spoke in Cleveland. Explaining needs Mcgovern said a turn in his direction also is evidenced a in steady and mounting registration records enrolling new voters for november. Mcgovern said there is a Strong american tradition that a candidate for the White House must take his record to the country especially if it is a record a that desperately needs he said a substitute campaigners and second string voices cannot permit Nixon to avoid an obligation to personally take his record to the country. It was Mcgovern a fifth Ohio Stop since labor Day in a Campaign designed to concentrate almost All his time in eight major states. New a York another of those target states also was on his saturday schedule. I we in 4 % the. Inside. News it was a night of mortal c o in b at Between political figures but it ended Only in a draw As Republican Richard Nixon and Democrat Sargent Shriver held competing events Only a few Miles from each other in Texas. See Page 2-a. Amusements7-d comics. 6-d crossword puzzle.4-d dear abby4-d or. Thomson. 8-d editorials. 8-a Goren a Bridge. 4-d Horoscope. 11-b j urn Ole. Old Storts. 12, 13-a Waul , la 12-b weather map. 2-a women s news 1,2,3,4,5,6,7-b called an assassination attempt. The official was unhurt. Scores of political arrests were reported to have followed. Marcos emphasized in his broadcast that martial Law is not a military takeover of the civil an government but a measure to a Send the present National a Midnight to 4 a in. Curfew went into effect immediately Marcos said. Elements of the metropolitan police command or metro com set up checkpoints in the greater Manila area to enforce the curfew. Censorship results of the a ii la i Law decree were peaceful. The four million or so residents of the greater Manila area went about their Normal weekend activities. There was the usual Light saturday traffic throughout the City and people went to the movies and the supermarkets. Other measures contained in the edict which Marcos signed late Friday a censorship of All Domestic and International Media operating in the Philippines. �?1temporary ban on filipinos from going abroad. A closure of schools on All Levels for a week. A death penalty for illegal Possession of firearms. A total ban on Public demonstrations rallies and labor strikes. Social reforms a civilian courts will continue functioning except in cases involving violations of Public order the fundamental Law National Security abuse and improper use of the military uniform. Marcos promised that details of implementation of the martial Law and the social and economic reforms will be explained later. However he gaze no indication How Long martial Law will continue. Marcos said that while maoist rebels were the major danger there Are grave problems within the armed forces the courts the government and society at Large. Marcos 56, is the first filipino president to be elected to two terms and the first to declare martial Law since the Republic was formed in 1946, after the United states granted Independence. $10 shooting a wire photo kissing Post a this is not what the school transportation authorities had in mind when they posted this sign at Harbor City elementary school in Melbourne fla., but Karen Weiser and Gary Harris 10-year-old neighbors Are taking it literally. If this activity catches on the buses for which the sign was intended May find themselves in a traffic Jam. Karen and Gary know the jokes on the sign maker and Ham it up for the photographer. Grotesque slayings probated sentence Houston a officers were searching saturday for the Man who shot and killed Joseph Christopher Harvey 31, saturday in a bar Here Over a $10 debt. Witnesses told officers that the Man claimed Harvey owed him $10. When Harvey refused to pay they said the Man whipped out a pistol and shot Harvey in the left Temple. Belton Tex. Apr the murder trial of Boyish looking Fred Foy Young jr., which ended Friday with a verdict of five years in prison probated was a trial of the tales of two men. Although the two stories both told of grotesque slayings which frightened the Small Southeast Texas county seat of Kountze they differed. The truth perhaps is still in dispute. Young who related one of the tales still faces charges in the Case. So does Dennis Anderson a former companion who told the trials other Story. A jury of mostly women in Bell county in Central Texas took More than a Day to decide Young was guilty of murdering mrs. Mabel Mccormick an antique dealer whose combination shop Home was in Kountze. Applause the same jury used 35 minutes to give Young of Houston probation. The verdict prompted applause and signs of Relief from Youngs relatives and friends and a warning against outbursts from District court judge Jim Evetts. Young whose lengthy confinement has Given him a Meek Pale appearance broke Down and cried. During the trial he had been accused by Anderson of holding mrs. Mccormick a legs while Anderson Slit her Throat. Anderson was Given a rusted Butcher knife and was allowed to show the jury How he held it Jan. 5 when he plunged it into the 50 year old woman a body. Young denied participating in the actual slayings. Anderson who admitted being a a convincing and accomplished liar about some matters swore he was telling the truth when he said Young killed mrs. Mccormick a 3-year-old granddaughter. The tot to whom Anderson said he read children a stories before her death was found suffocated and stuffed headfirst into a toilet. Life term a this Andersons feeling of guilt at what had happened were so great that for the first time in his life he got up and told the truth a argued prosecutor Stanley Coe of Andersons version. Anderson testified for the state in Youngs trial after pleading guilty and receiving a life term. Both he and Young Are to be tried in Tyler for the death of the baby Leslie Bowman. Young a 22-year-old who lived in his parents suburban a it warmer partly Cloudy and warmer through monday. High today and monday 87, Low tonight 53. A Home and was unemployed when the deaths occurred said he fled to puerto Rico because he was under the impression his physical presence in Kountze meant he was guilty. He said he was naive about Andersons purpose to steal Antiques to Aid Andersons antique venture in Pearland Tex., and he a flipped out a being unable to act when he witnesses Anderson beating mrs. Mccormick. Youngs attorneys called Young a Coward for not inter Ferring with Anderson but they said Thair quiet client was incapable of assisting Anderson. A a done to snuff out this Young Many a future on the word of someone like Dennis Ray Anderson a exhorted lawyer Joe Goodwin in a jury argument that included tears. A major portion of the defense Scase was an assault on Andersons credibility. The defense subpoenaed several witnesses from Mexia near Waco to dispute Andersons claim he did not try to smother an elderly Man in a planned burglary not connected to the Kountze Case. A War stories Andersons a a War stories also were thrust into the trial. He said he was responsible for the shooting death of a vietnamese child a lab Ait live or six years old in Sui a on but he denied he Ever toil anyone about dropping vietnamese babies from helicopters and one step ahead a Rudi Mazoros. A fourth Vear sociology student at University of Toronto looks As if he a going to be trampled in the Rush to find a quiet place to study. But he a taking it in stride As he sits under hooves of King Edward Vii statue in Queens Park. Martial Law a wire photo Philippines i i

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