Cumberland Times in Cumberland, Maryland
24 Sep 1972

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24 Sep 1972

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Cumberland Times (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Cumberland, Maryland The weather China few in wort today a Scheit m i upper partly i Mhz Toni lit i Lewi 55 my eight sections comics family Weikly general society weddings City area latest sports shopping supplements vol 264 Frau Unap Mostofa Cumberland Maryland sunday september 24 1972 uttry saudi by Tow Al Lefaun co Bili tors St com Hernit my s1502 second cites Piid it Cambe Tutsi my Price 20 cents four More mail bombs to officials intercepted by United press International israeli police minister Shlomo Hillel said saturday israe would strike at the main Root of the Arab guerrilla problem wherever they May be by condemned underground Active tie directed from israe especially by the Militan defense league jul at the same time jordanian government spokes Man reported four mail bomb were intercepted at Thea mar Post office saturday Aric defused he said the bombs a been mailed from Amsterdam and were addressed to fou government officials he refused to identify the palestinian guerrillas have accused King Hussein and his government o betraying the cause Arii Rasli Diplomat was killed in London last tuesday by letter Sand parcel bombs had since then the 1 Hurder Bymal Campaign has spread around the world a Boob trapped letter was re ported received in the cambo Dian capital of phenom penh in Southeast Asia scores of other letter and parcel bombs Hac been intercepted throughout Western Europe in Africa and and South America Yard and Irish said they were investigating British press report that attack september killer squad which mailed the explosive missives a Amsterdam passed through London this week in route to Dublin where it was planning new attacks diplomatic sources in London a said intelligent experts feared Arabi guerrillas might try to Kidnap senior israeli diplomats or Veyett israeli children As hostages for the release of Arab prisoners in Israel lit Jerusalem police minister Hillel said a desire to fight giver Filiai with their own tactics ii reaction that but not everything understand bit is effective wrong Man Leroy Virginia defensive tackle Leroy still 62 tackled West Virginias Brian Chiles 44 who was the fake Man on this quarterback option play yesterday in Charlottesville West Virginias Bernie Galiffa gained about five Yards on the play West Virginia won 4810 see Story on Page 34 in sports Section a photo fax pint in Philippines conspirators found Manila up president Ferdinand e Marcos followed up is declaration of martial a in the Philippines saturday by announcing the mass arrest f communist conspirators he Aid were plotting to overthrow he government and proclaim no sweeping National reforms o Lessen their hold on poor peasants in a nationwide radio and television address to 39 million a Pipinos Marcos imposed a curfew from 12 Midnight to 4 m daily and announced controls on local newspapers and radio and foreign Corre Pendents in the Philippines a Ari on travel of filipinos Broad except those on official missions and control of Public utilities the president said civil authorities would remain in Power and All National and Loca government officials would continue to function this is not a military takeover Marcos said i have proclaimed martial Law in accordance with the Powers vested in the president by the Constitution of the Philippines Marcos said i As your elected president use this Power which May be implemented by military authorities to protect the Republic of the Philippines and our democracy which endangered by the peril violent overthrow of the duly constituted government insurrection or rebellion such a danger confronts the Republic of the Philippines today we will eliminate the threat open War feared of violent overthrow of govern ment and we must now Reform Pur political economic Anc social institutions 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 Wall in philippine Telephone foreign Call to minister invade Tanzania by United press by to Fly out 7000 britons who fled to Tanzania in ugandan forces of 1971 after being across the Border into has been very in a coup by Amin saturday to Battle a Between the spokesman blamed the Force of tanzanian troops and tanzanian on president Julius ugandan exile guerrillas guerrillas a of Tanzania and very hot fighting a spokesman said he Call off the military spokesman said radio announcing Force which crossed can leaders pressed Uganda sunday it would attempts to head off open ugandan spokesman a Good thing if Nyerere Between the two said later the was killed instead of Tanzania denied there spread Early saturday people he said fighting within its frontiers on the Friday appealed Toj government spokesman said with Tanzania to Anwar Sadat of military command in of Kik Agati 60 Miles to intercede personally in allege Battle area just spokesman said crisis Between the two East the Border from of the guerrillas neighbors according to Southwest Uganda been righting report in Cairo by the Semi every timing troops had newspaper Al ashram meanwhile said he said ashram said Sadat Dis Likely the guerrilla to the a Choli foreign affairs under thought to be a former split with guerrillas Hassan Bolbol to both army lieutenant colonel president Milton and dares Salaam been killed in the fighting the Langi and had the egyptian leaders first also wounded a former up to into Black african in the government of president or Milton ugandan spokesman minister Omer Artel airlines stepped up flights forces inflicted of Somalia who Mel Britain carrying asians on the enemy in wednesday conferred from Uganda by into Tanzania with Nyerere in the ident Idi Amin wounded he said capital of dares sources in London said a Aghili a diplomats there said British government had in the government could not Rule out a somali Royal air Force Raf president or attempt contains methane Virginias Coal mine by George that Coal mines Are a situation that tends 1c 7972 n y Limtt citing a negate All the inspections it a int a the death rate and an made Here at Beatrice Oakwood a Beatrice pc in the number of at 5999 other mines is a popular Coal mine person authorizing these inspection visit her three the Bureau which is Schlick a 39year t Day to achieve a new former University of pit of All 6000 working direction is result of football Center who mines in this country act remains instead describes himself As is the Only one with a by crusader ind his inspectors Sutemi Bureau of mines Methodi there policemen on the beat Tor All three shifts causing production t is the second ranking inspectors come because says Cloyd in the Bureau behind its Tiland Creek mine prominent Small or Elburt f Osborn contains enough methane Gas Marian Kyl geologist and academician who slow Beatrice higher thin believe the whole seems to be involved in carols p Romulo in new York Marcos Sadd the situation in Manila was Calm and persons arrested Friday night were being held in protective is custody to protect them from of harm at the hands of the National Peoples army spa an 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 i operations Romulo citing 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 gun Battle h quelled in Belfast Belfast u p stants and roman catholics saturday fought a Belfast gun Battle that raged for 90 minutes before British troops moved in and broke it up in Londonderry the British announced they had arrested a High ranking officer in the outlawed Irish Republican army in a second Battle a sniper shot and wounded a British Soldier in the head saturday in a firefight Between troops am 1111 men in Belfast Catholic Falls Road area the shooting erupted when gunmen suddenly blazed avva at a Soldier checking people in released pos delayed in Hanoi Vientiane but the two were Airliner arrived in from Hanoi saturday three us prisoners Vientiane i unclear about the reasons for but of the War released by North Vietnam to an american Antiwar activist expected return of their area during a Hunt Foi wanted Ira men another Soldier was Wounde in Londonderry later saturday when snipers opened up on a foot patrol in the Heavil Republican Brandy Well District on the Edge of the Catholic bog Side area a British Arm spokesman said the Soldier who was hit in the Back was in serious condition a protestant and a Catholic were hospitalized with gunshot wounds suffered in the Battle in Belfast mixed new Lodge Road area police said six youths suffered cuts and cruises in that Cash the trouble began with Midnight clash Between prote Stant and Catholic youths then rights darkened in nearby Lomes and gunfire roared from he Catholic Side of the Road protestants ran for cover and returned fire the Battle raged until British rooms moved in shooting and silenced the sectarian gunmen the British army named a Man capture in a raid after a us Battle in Londonderry Friday As Charles Mcsheffrey acting battalion commander of he iras militant provisional Wing in the City Mcsheffrey was released in april from Long Kesh intern ment Camp a few Days later his life made a personal Appeal to a retains Secretary of state for feb r t Hern Ireland William to Whitelaw i group were not on Board As expected there was no definite word on when they would come out two Antiwar activists who flew out on the Aeroflot plane said the released pos had remained behind in Hanoi with their escorts although there very anxious to come Home one said the pos were told the delay the us Mission Here made elaborate arrangements for the maj Edward Valdosta a k and air Force Elias of Navy its Jug Markham l Gartley of Dunedin Fla and Norris a Charleson site Diego Calif but american officials emphasized they would intervene Only if the released pilots asked for help their relatives and an escort group headed by Antiwar activists mrs Cora Weiss and Davi Dellinger on the first leg of their return to the United states the roman Catholic priest and miss Hamilton Nied the Antiwar group to Hanoi seven Days ago but left after completing Thek own series of meetings with North vietnamese catholics they differed the Rev Harry Bury and Marianne Hamilton were the Only americans aboard the Friday night that they would russian Airliner which had been not be leaving saturday As they expected to bring the pos Crouch during Alert released us Navy Pilot it Jug Mark Gartley foreground and his Mother second from right Crouch on the ground near the Phat diem Cathedral South of Hanoi As us jets Fly overhead on a bombing mis Sion standing Are maj Edward k Elias and us Navy Pilott Jef Owris a Charles North vietnamese officials took the three freed pos and two relatives on bomb damaged areas South of Hanoi after their release the group failed to leave Hanoi yesterday As expected and were reported delayed for unexplained reasons f those detained said those arrested included at least three senators several journalists land a number of constitutional i convention delegates diplomacy with Japan chinese seek reconciliation on reasons Why the pos had not left Hanoi saturday As expected Bury said he believed the trip might have been delayed because no answer had been received to a series of demands cabled by the Antiwar group to president Nixon concerning the repatriation miss Hamilton said however she believed the pos would return regardless of Whethe Nixon replied to the Cable Bury said he had performed a peace mass for the Iowa saturday morning and that they told him they were informed Friday night they would not a making the trip saturday they gave no reason for the delay but there very anxious to come Home Bury said we do not really know Why they didst return Bury said it was a decision made by vietnamese the prisoners Are not fully released they Are a Ood health and spirits and Are staying at the Hoa Binh hotel in Hanoi but they Are under Protection asked Why he thought the North vietnamese might delaying the pos return Bury said they Are concerned with nothing More than Stop Ping the War and they want the prisoners to see the destruction that has been caused by bombing he said the Iowa have already made some trips to View Tomb asked the pos return had been held up because of Lack of response rom Washington to the Antiwar j groups four demands Bury i be surprised Tokyo minis Ter Kakuei Tanaka monday follows the footsteps of pres ident Nixon to peking Bent on reconciling the people of Japan with chivas 760 millions the almost certain result of Yanakas six Day visit will be establishment of diplomatic relations by Japan with the communist government of the chinese Mainland that she has shunned for 23 years it will also mean a diplomatic break with the nationalist chinese government of pres ident Chiang Waishek on Taiwan which Japan recognized in 1952 Tanaka will Fly to peking aboard special Japan airlines Jal Jet from Tokyo International Airport the Tokyo Airport will be guarded by about 3000 Japa Nese riot police fearful of last minute attacks on Tanaka and foreign minister Masayoshi Ohira by japans right Wing and anticommunist groups the decision to break with wheat investigation massive surround in Hills what happen it Beatrice every Day represents the Best of the bureaus efforts to enforce the Federal Coil mine health and safety act of 1mb yet three years after Pis Sige of the act Coil mining the Moil dangerous occupation in the United states and criticism to the Bureau is mounting injuries the critics Are increasing and fewer Are being closed for Hearth and safety violations Donald p Schlick bureaus a tiny Deputy director Smtth Aad safety Artinia is that people at the top emphasize production says rep Ken Hechler diva who helped the Federal safety act politics seems to dominate the Bureau in which a Republican fundraiser Edward d filor was responsible for collecting fines for violations from Coal companies for 18 months until he resigned in june to collect contributions for the reelection of president Nixon f at last count guidelines hid just been issued after a lengthy dispute while More than ii tilt Auw of Appel or Washington a year it would be interests ale of 400 million bushels buying More us Corn an is wheat to the soviet feed Grain plus sorr surrounded and permeated if suitable credit Tern financial detail be worked out merging As the april agriculture seer estimated farm Issue yet Earl l Butz opened trac no the Nixon with the russians in to inquiries into those talks were actual y the agriculture in a technical capacity b and the private Grain Trade assistant Secretary of a completed under Way Clarence d Palmby Lanned by perhaps half was settled at the Core of governmental Palmby told the Puree individual members of further he said it i Ress and subcommittees seem Likely the soviet Umer groups and the accept a u s credit ouse denied during the the Basic picture that he took any inside earnings called by rep or that he partic am Purcell Tex last actively in negotiation 3 the russians on behalf c the soviet Union company or in any Way coi prompted by consumer the Market in order i or More meat poultry up wheat at lower Harves airy products indicated prices before the Mark on Page Taco Rose in july and August after the House sub com Taiwan announced by Ohira aug 3 has angered conserva Tives in japans ruling Liberal democratic party although it is unanimously supported by four opposition parties in peking Tanaka and chinese Premier Chou Menlai Are expected to sign communique announcing four jailed for robbing Nevada club a Reno Nev the j men were jailed immediate establishment of diplomatic relations it is an historic turnabout for Japan which cooperated for 20inside information saturday in the robbery of Harrah Tahoe Casino by an armed Bandit who authorities said had Vears in Mittee hearing during which Palmby testified for More than three hours chairman Purcell indicated that while not Satis fied completely the hearing would not produce involvement the agriculture department however has been Slipshod in keeping tabs on the whole situation he said but the Issue was far from american moves an informer who took part in aimed at isolating China an planning nevadas largest Casi a coping her out of the United no heist tipped officers to the nations the death Knell to that identity of the suspects Accord policy sounded in july 1971ling to us attorney Raymond when peking radio reported Little he said the informer hat president Nixon had sent who he did not identify gave Lis Security adviser or Henry the gang away after he decided Kissinger to peking Japan not to take part i authorities were still search self madding for the loot was not consulted Tanaka 54 a construction tycoon whom Japan police identified the four a the computerized Jack Andrew Cozad 37 and began making voc Jdonald Leroy Rice 35 of o peking soon after Stateline Thomas Richard office in july of this nor Wood 36 Reno and Larry Joseph Swinburg 36 South taking year dead or swept under a wheat Field Tarpaulin rep despite a standoff attitude in j Lake Tahoe they were held on Public concern in the nixon550000 bail each administration Over japans Little said some of the move is deep the were employees at the states still is pledged by treat Casino they were arrested by Smith Iowa said he plans to reopen the soviets Grain Neal to defend Taiwan from aggie Sibi agents on the Federal Case next Winter As part broader look can Farmers of a Sion by the Mainland of interstate us bases established in Japan ton of stolen property the under the Security treat robbery became a Federal Case Between the two countries have when the into How Ameri fare in foreign a key role in helping the United crossed states Honor that agreement Iline gunman briefly the California Stata its daily operation Schlick Rose to prominence shortly after the Hurricane Creek mine disaster in Kentucky on dec 30 1970 when 38 men were killed some angry con Gressmen chastising the Bureau for not inspecting the mine often enough reminded agents that funds were available for More inspectors now Treyve got All these Madison Avenue statistics to prove Whit a Graca Job doing Slid Hechler i frequent opponent of the Bureau Schlick is fast with statistics i Ulm in were still there were 250 when continued an Pope 2 Emigrant tax defended the soviet embassy in Washington is vigorously defending the new russian tax under which educated jews and other emigrants must pay up to to leave the soviet Union Teachen on strike Philadelphia student leaders discuss the expansion of alternate schools because of a three week teachers strike talks in the District of Columbia Are aimed at ending a walkout affecting 148000 pupils terror him debate eyt4 the United nations general Assembly saturday moved toward a showdown on a proposal that it hold a full scale debate on International terrorism Pierrepaul Schweitzer managing director of the International monetary fund confirmed saturday that the United states is her his a ignition m the Imti annual my Tiff Otoi i psychological autopsies Many Auto fatalities suicides by Boyce Rensberger i currently the number of peo it is Clear the researchers new York a significant proportion of automobile Fatali dents in the United states is about 55000 a year proximately 15 per cent were conscious Goa directed suicides the proportion matches that found four years ago in a study of m fatalities in Kansas City a corroboration that suggests nit As Many is 8000 automobile incident deaths Eich might better be added to he 32000 suicide Al recorded an of Medicine their report a c 1972 n y times Newt pie killed in automobile acc isaid that the fatality group Ade up of intoxicated Langry and impulsive persons four were clearly suicidal and were depressed there in groupings so that 14 subjects were de pressed Andor suicidal Pokorny said that although various stresses May have left a person depressed enough that his driving became careless after getting the names of deaths resulting from such is ties perhaps As High As Onel the Houston study was out of six May be suicide ducted by drs Alex d Pokorn Yan and not accidents As they arc pcs Smith and John r almost always listed a team of Houston doctors has found after conducting psychological autopsies on the Drivers in 28 consecutive fatal crashes in Houston the researchers concluded that four a behaviour quarterly journal of Tho Ameri can association of suit ology 28 persons who died the scientists examined the background of each victim intensively for tuition were not classed As suicides in the study rather he said the reseal clues As to whether the death schers counted Only cases a which there were Clear Indica was a suicide this included Stu dying the persons social history driving history alcohol involve ment and psychiatric evaluation the investigators interviewed relatives friends ind employers and others who might have had information about the person Lions of a deliberate attempt to end ones life in All Lour cases deemed to be suicides there was a history of typical pre suicidal behaviour inc Lutaf shortly doth continued i v

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