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24 Sep 1972

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24 Sep 1972

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Centralia Sunday Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Centralia, Illinois / Chance of showers partly Cloudy to Cloudy and warmer today and tonight with a Chance of showers and thunderstorms late today. High in 70s. Low 60 to 65 High yesterday Low yesterday i a m. Today 60 66 sunday feb Sypus a Whf amp a my jilt r j it Quot a a a a 10th yur a xxxix be. In sunday september 24, 172 Kan Independent Ntow papa p Central City a Cint Kalia Illinois a Wamac Sentinel filipino president Calls for arrests Manila up a president Ferdinand e. Marcos followed up his declaration of martial Law in the Philippines saturday by announcing the mass arrest of communist conspirators he said were plotting to overthrow the government and proclaiming sweeping National reforms to Lessen their hold on poor peasants. In a nationwide radio and television address to 39 million filipinos Marcos imposed a curfew from 12 Midnight to 4 a in daily and announced controls on local newspapers and radio and foreign correspondents in the Philippines a ban on travel of filipinos abroad except those on official missions and control of Public utilities. The president said civil authorities would remain in Power and All National and local government officials would continue to function. A this is not a military takeover a Marcos said. Quot i have proclaimed martial Law in accordance with the Bowers vested in the president y the Constitution of the Philippines a Marcos said a i As your duly elected president us this Power which May be implemented by military authorities to Poteet the Republic of the Philippines Mcgovern blasts Nixon democrats Cleveland up sen George Mcgovern a claiming a we Are on the move and we cannot be stopped a got Tough saturday with democrats who support president Nixon calling them a Bunch of Quot Mossback and warning they would be left Quot High and dry come nov. 7.�?� Mcgovern brought the debates to the Ohio democratic convention to their feet cheering with an old fashioned. Harry Truman style attack on the a Yodor of special interest deals in the Nixon administration. He said Nixon instead of taking his record to the people was hiding in the White House emerging Only for occasions like his closed meeting at a Texas ranch Quot with Oil billionaires and John Quot he is with a few Mossback politicians who Call themselves democrats but who have fallen hopelessly behind the great mainstream of the party he said. Quot they Are going to find themselves just As High and dry on nov. 7 As the same kind of democrats found themselves when they deserted Harry Truman in 1948 Quot after he spoke Mcgovern tried to Patch up a quarrel with another group of disaffected democrats. He met on his plane with Frank King the Ohio Al Cio chieftain who led the fight at the democratic National convention to Stop Mcgovern a nomination and James Iafelice head of the machinists Union District 54. Both men regarded As powerful politicos have refused to Back Mcgovern. Mcgovern judging from the applause from the estimated 1,600 delegates and alternates appeared to have regular Ohio democrats behind him despite his troubles with King always a dominant figure in the party. Quot the tide is coming in a he said. Quot i see it in the crowds we Are on the move and we cannot be Mcgovern acknowledged his Campaign had its Quot snafus but he said nothing he has done compares with the Nixon administration attempts t o a cover up the mess and keep the lid on until after the election. We did no to have a Security chief in our Campaign indicted for burglary. We Aidna to have our election manager or our Campaign treasurer resign under what seemed to be a mysterious pressure from his the reference to John Mitchell the former attorney general 2 men arrested As drug pushers Edwardsville 111. Up a the Illinois Bureau of investigation said saturday its agents have arrested two men considered to be major drug gushers in the Madison and St. Lair county area. An Ibi spokesman said . Banjo Vic 24, Edwardsville was arrested at his Home Friday night on charges of Selling an ounce of heroin to Ibi agents. State county local and Federal authorities also confiscated several Grams of heroin and 4 pounds of a substance suspected to be hashish at Bankovics apartment he said. They also found $2,500 in Cash which was turned Over to the International Revenue service an Ibi spokesman said. Also arrested were Joseph Charles Garde 25, Vandalia and his wife Christine Louise 19. They were arrested at their Home and Garde was charged with Sale of heroin and suspected Ltd. His wife was charged with conspiracy to sell heroin. A Mcgovern a let s free and his wife Martha brought cries from the audience to Quot free r a a in a for that said chuckling. Martha Mcgovern was met by a crowd of about 30 persons when he arrived at Burke Lakemont Airport. Among the greeters were gov. John j. Gilligan rep. Charles Vanik and Bill Cass Tevens. A regional director for the United Auto workers Union. A George. We be got one helluva convention for said Gilligan. A i can assure you that those delegates in the convention Center Are solidly behind the Mcgovern Shriver Mcgovern spoke Here before flying on to new York City for fecund appearance there in j conv Emion Quot delegated which peril of the duly insure and our democracy endangered by the violent overthrow of constituted government Section or rebellion. A such a danger confronts the Republic of the Philippines today. Quot we will eliminate the threat of violent overthrow of government and ave must now Reform our political economic and social institutions. A we Are falling Back and have fallen Back to our last line of defense. The limit has been reached because we have been placed against the in a Telephone Call to Carlos p. Romulo in new York Marcos said the situation in Manila was Calm and persons arrested Friday right were being held in a protective custody to protect them from harm at the hands of the National Peoples army Spaan insurgent group. Romulo told up that terrorism and subversion had spread from Northern Luzon Over the entire Philippines that the insurgents were spearheaded by the communist party of the Philippines and the spa and that they were now capable of undertaking limited offensive operations. Romulo. Cd Ting secret government documents said the communist forces had received substantial quantities of War Materiel including High powered rifles rockets and rocket launchers. There was no immediate indication How Many filipinos had been arrested in the government crackdown against suspected communist subversives. Friends and relatives of those detained said those arrested included at least three senators several journalists and a number of constitutional final edition 5 a sections 76 Fagot today a Prien is cants state of conflict veiled in claims by to anmit�4 or a the state of the week old ugandan tasmanian conflict was veiled in claim and counterclaim saturday with a ugandan reporting and a spokesman government controlled Uganda co and airmen Uganda to diplomats a military spokesman very hot fighting tanzanian military reporting All quiet. Radio firmed that troops from Libya Are in Aid in Battle while rom other african How to eel out of us comply countries s night peace. Great by stain sent a special envoy to Kampala to figure out 8.000 British asians Ganda by monday to with new directives Bukova of news during to and Tai Ian bombing victims treated victims of Uganda air Force bombing of ran Anio a week ago Are shown treated yesterday in a Bukova Hospital. First Hatch n just a Zed in the fast african country where six persons were reportedly killed bombing raids. Radio Uganda said that fighting occurred today Between Uganda army Indian troops. A wire photo 3 president Nixon ends major Effort in drive Washington a with kisses from a Bevy of pretty blondes and a bit of boasting about the Economy president Nixon completed a major Campaign swing saturday by offering greetings to Young labor Union supporters. The president returned to the capital at midday after a 28-hour Jaunt to Texas in quest of that states 26 electoral votes a prize twice denied him and in Pursuit of the democratic voters unhappy with their party a nominee. But once again Nixon never mentioned the name of demo a r a 11 c opponent George Mcgovern arrives in Ohio Ohio governor John j. Gurgan right greets democratic presidential candidate sen. George Mcgovern yesterday morning at Cleveland s Burke Airport. Mcgovern is in Cleveland to address the Ohio democratic convention. A wire photo relatives of freed pos delayed in return to . By t m Amoum rat stateside relatives of three american pilots released from North vietnamese prison Camps reacted to a delay in their return saturday with disappointment and resentment most of it directed at Hanoi but some at Washington. The three men were not aboard a flight from Hanoi to Vientiane Laos As had been expected and american Antiwar activists who obtained the release of the men issued a statement that the delay was apparently caused by fear that the released prisoners would be taken into custody by american military authorities. Gerald Gartley 68, of Greenville Maine and father of Navy it. Markham Gartley blamed the delay on interference by the . Government and said the a Nixon administration should keep its nose out of this mrs. Barney Elias Mother of air Force maj. Edward Elias said she and her husband a Are very upset Over the apparent imposition by Hanoi of conditions for the release of the men including a guarantee that they would do nothing to further the american War Effort in Indochina. In Tampa fla., Herbert Charles 65, and his wife had packed their suitcases in anticipation of a trip to new York to Greet their son Navy it. Norris Charles. A phone Call from the Navy saturday morning told them of the delay. . Ambassador g. Mcmurtie Godley and other officials were on hand at the Vientiane Airport saturday to Greet a russian Aeroflot Airliner from Hanoi. It Wasny to until the plane landed that Godley Learned the american pilots were not on Board. In Washington Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird said Friday a i certainly would recommend that these men turn themselves Over As soon As possible to their military previously released prisoners were quickly placed under military supervision prompting protests from Hanoi. Radio Hanoi on Friday charged that . Military officials were a flying in wait at Vientiane Airport in the Hope of a taking Possession of the three released pilots and returning them to . Military the broadcast stated that in order to avoid jeopardizing future prisoner releases the men should be allowed to Fly on civilian aircraft Given a 30-Day leave Given a Complete medical examination at the Hospital of their Choice and to do nothing to further the american War Effort in Indochina. Jogger finds 2 murdered girls Chicago up a two unidentified teenage girls were found murdered saturday in a clump of Bushes in Chicago a South Side Washington Park by an Early morning Jogger. The girls judged to be Between 16 and 18 years old had been shot once in the Back of the neck White lying face Down. Coroner Andrew j. Toman said the girls were fully clothed and had not been sexually molested. Police said they had no clues to the identity of the two. No identification was found on the bodies. The murders brought to three the number of teenage girls found slain in two Days. Mcgovern referring in his speeches Only to aides described the president As very pleased with his reception at the Border towns of Laredo Rio Grande City and Harlingen and with a dinner at former Treasury Secretary John Connally a ranch for big name democratic backers. Awaiting Nixon s return to the White House were members of the a labor youth for the president an organization Given a tour of the executive mansion after announcing its support for Nixon saturday. He held a private meeting in an Airport waiting room with sen. John Tower and 16 other Texas Republican leaders. In san Antonio the travelling White House issued a statement in which Nixon cited newly announced statistics and said they show Quot we definitely Are on the journalist is shot to death Boston up Joseph Strickland 44. A noted Black journalist and assistant to the Dean at Harvard University was found shot to death in the Bathtub of his apartment Early saturday. Or. George Curtis medical examiner listed the death As an a apparent homicide a but declined further comment until an autopsy had been completed. Strickland had twice been nominated for a pulitzer prize. Police who were called to Strickland a second floor apartment in the Dorchester Section by a neighbor who heard the Shower running continuously found the victim lying in the blood splattered Bathtub. The Shower was still on. Police said several Bullet casings were discovered in the apartment. The officers found the apartments front door open but said there was no sign of forced entry. Strickland apparently had not engaged in any sort of struggle authorities said. Strickland assistant to the Dean of the graduate school of arts and sciences at Harvard was apparently living alone in the apartment. Harvard officials said Strickland spent much of his time visiting colleges around the nation to recruit Blacks for the graduate school. He began working for Harvard in 1969 after completing a year As a Nieman fellow at the nations oldest University. As a reporter for the Detroit news Strickland won several new writing awards for his exposure of the living conditions among migrant workers in the Detroit area. He was also cited for his coverage of the Detroit riots in 1967. Strickland was born in Savannah ga., and was graduated from Wayne state University in Detroit. He worked his Way through College at an automobile Plant. Harvard president Derek c. Bok issued a statement which said a at Harvard we Are deeply shocked by this tragic incident. Or Strickland was dedicated to the important Job of identifying gifted minority students and encouraging them to continue their education at Harvard. Additionally and on his own he conscientiously represented their interests after they became right track with our economic the president touched on the same theme at Connally a Hill country ranch. Addressing a crowd of about 300 after a Din Ner of rib Eye Steak and blackened peas he called the Economy Strong and vibrant. Nixon is scheduled to make a fund raising appearance in new York tuesday night then Fly to c a i i f or n i a for wednesday speeches in san Francisco and los Angeles before returning to the White House thursday. From pre Idem Idi Amin. A plan Load of 186 asians was scheduled to touch Down in Britain on sunday. The ugandan military spokesman said saturdays fighting was in the tanzanian Village . On the Border with Uganda. He said a former ugandan official had been captured and claimed Tanzania suffered heavy losses. Tanzania s spokesman declared the Border command relied everything quiet in Utu ulal the u andean spokesman in a Meshaj e broadcast by radio Uganda said Joshua Wak holi former r Linister of Public service and Cabinet affairs in the govern int of ousted president Milton Obote. Had been taken prisoner j severely wounded. The spokesman also reported that a medical card belonging to it. David Coyite Jook a been found near Mutu Kula and a it is Likely that Jook was killed during the Coyite Jook. Who fled to Tanzania after Obote was overthrown by Gen. Amin was thought to have been commanding the guerrilla Force which is Lielie Ved to have crossed into Uganda last sunday. In will Deal with terrorism problem United nations by. Apr Secretary general Kurt Waldheim won his Battle saturday night to have the United nations tackle the problem of terrorism and seek preventive measures. The general Assembly put the Issue on its Agenda after adopting jamaican and saudi arabian amendments to focus the debate on International terrorism and also to cover the underlying causes of such acts. The vote on including the item on the Agenda was 66 for 27 against and 33 abstaining. Earlier in the Day the Assembly postponed debate on Korea until next year shelving a Resolution cached by China and the soviet Union to get . Troops out of South Korea. The vote of 70-3 with 21 abstentions ratified a steering committee . By general consent the Assembly also put an its Agenda an item proposed by Yugoslavia As a step toward urging the Security Council to reconsider the he . Membership bid of Bangladesh. Chinese ambassador Huang Hua who vetoed the Bangladesh application aug. 25, reiterated that China a cannot agree to the admission of the terrorism Issue reached the full Assembly on a recommendation made by its steering committee Friday when . Ambassador George Bush strongly supported Waldheim and said the Issue was Quot a possible turning Point in the history of the United the spokesman said Uganda would not bomb the area in the interest of Quot 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 in president Anwar Sadat of Egypt emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia and others the fighting Between Uganda and Tanzania comes As Uganda a British asians 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 amines ruling they would have to be out of Uganda by monday but British officials say that s a two week Job. L Eacher shot in classroom Akron Ohio up a Carole Weagraff 27, worked As a welder for seven years to pay her Way through College so she could become a teacher. After Only la Days on the Job teaching she was shot and beaten in her classroom but she a not discouraged. A Diu never change my mind about teaching a miss Weagraff said saturday. A a in a too stubborn. I never wanted to teach anywhere but Michael sates 18, has been charged with attempted armed i humans robbery and assault with deadly weapon. Cancer news reaction seen Oak Ridge. Tenn. Up Walters from around the world besieged the Oak Ridge research facility saturday seeking More information on what could be a breakthrough in the fight against cancer. Scientists began charting a lengthy course of study and tests to see whether a bacterial agent proven effective against the disease in animals would work just As Well on humans. The bacterial agent called big has been used on humans in limited experiments Only. Scientists Hope to step up that program in the near future although or. Michael g. Hanna jr., head of the immunology department at Oak Ridge said such a study could take five years. A we have been flooded with Calls from All Over the world a David Sundberg head of Public information at Oak Ridge said. Many were from people who have relatives with cancer whose Hopes have been raised by hearing this however or. Howard e. Lessner director of cancer research at the University of Miami medical school said that Reg had Behn used for a number of ye4rs to treat leukaemia patients in Europe. He said the treatment was effective Only if the cancer Ceu count was very Low. A i want people to Start feeling we be finally gotten the answer a he said. Or. Amoz Chernoff director of the University of Tennessee memorial research Center said saturday Quot we now have Basic information of what actually happens to the immune system through the use of a bacterial agent big a Strain of mycobacterium Bovis. This bacteria causes tuberculosis in cattle but not in Man and has been known for a number of years to stimulate the immune system response. A what we n4ed now a says Chernoff a is More specific information on the effects in this will be obtained a through further research under i carefully controlled i v \ la youths clash British troops drive trucks Center Between rival Stone throwing youths in Belfast Northern Ireland yesterday. Protestant tartan gangs background clashed with roman Catholic youths foreground. No apparent incident is known to cause the clash. A wire photo via Cable from Belfast

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