Page 1 of 24 Sep 1972 Issue of Fort Pierce News Tribune in Fort-Pierce, Florida

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 24 Sep 1972 in Fort-Pierce, Florida and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Fort Pierce News Tribune.

Browse Fort Pierce News Tribune

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 24 Sep 1972 Fort Pierce News Tribune in Fort-Pierce, Florida. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Fort Pierce News Tribune (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Fort Pierce, FloridaGet away from the crowd when you can. Keep yourself to yourself if Only for a few hours Arthur Brisbane 30 per cent Indian River forecast partly Cloudy through monday with a Chance of mainly night and morning showers. Lows near 70. Highs upper 80s. Easterly winds 10-15 Mph decreasing at night. Rain probability 30 per cent tonight. Vol. 74-no. 150 fort Pierce Florida sunday september 72 pages Price Twenty five cents top of today s news around the world two Antiwar activists arrive in Vientiane from Hanoi and report the three Povis released by the North vietnamese and scheduled to come out had remained behind along with their escorts although they were very anxious to come communist gunners fire at least 33 heavy rockets into the Danang air base in a possible prelude to attacks against major cities. Martial Law is declared in the Philippines after gunmen try to assassinate defense Secretary Juan Ponce Enrile troops patrol Manila streets shut Down newspapers and civilian radio stations government says maoist guerrillas control Remote parts of the Island nation. Scotland Yard s special Branch coordinates International investigation to discover who mailed Booby trapped letters to israeli officials around the world. Ugandan warplanes attack another tanzanian town prompting fears that Tanzania might retaliate indications were that the Force which invaded Uganda was still fighting. A Man is found dead in mysterious circumstances and Belfast s biggest Hospital grounds come under fire As troops find two explosive caches and a political Leader warns that civil War is nearer now than six months ago. South vietnamese troops for the first time Cross the Thach Han River to attack North vietnamese artillery which has been pounding Quang Tri City since it fell to government forces. Scientists say they have found a bacterial agent that is "100 per cent effective against cancer in animals and will soon begin full fledged testing on humans. Polls show George s. Mcgovern has backing from Blacks and on his spending Cut proposals As his Campaign continues in full swing. Ending a trip to Texas president Nixon says his economic policy has increased the purchasing Power of the average worker by four per cent. In Florida j state sen. Beth Johnson explains her View on courtesies extended to Public officials. The governor s select committee on capital punishment visits Raiford prison for interviews with prisoners. The hassle Over the student newspaper at Florida state University the Flambeau continues with the presi Dent of the College charging that the publication is trying to sink itself. Another in the series of explorer satellites blasted off from Earth Friday night to probe the sea of space Midway Between Earth and the Moon and to study the interaction of solar gases radiation and magnetic forces. World of sports John Carroll sparked by an 84-Yard Kickoff return by Ken Gilmore whips Groveland 22-fi. Southern methodist spoils the season opener for the Florida gators by taking a 21-14 Victory at Tampa. Gary Huff passed for one touchdown and ran for another to Lead Florida state to a 27-15 win Over Virginia tech. Detroit tigers Defeated the Boston red sox to pull to within less than one percentage Point of first place. Inside today s news Tribune astrology.29 bridge.33 business.17 classified.32-35 crossword.33 dear abby.12 editorial.4 obituaries.3 see by paper.5 sports .20-25 to listings.32 weather .2 women.8-13 will ask 10% pay hike Union claims workers As members by Pasquina news Tribune staff writer an attempt has been made to Stop the passage of the City s 1972-73 fiscal year budget Mon Day night unless it includes a 10 per cent salary increase or employees of the City s Public works department. That decision was made saturday morning by 105 employees in the City s garage sanitation Parks building and signs and streets divisions who announced the formation of oily workers Loral 1224, into Al Cio. It was unclear Early saturday if the employees had voted for the Union proposal or if so by what margin the employees voted to unionize. Late saturday mayor Dennis Summerlin received a Telegram from Eugene Heinz a Tampa Union representative saying that the local Union 1224 represents a majority of the City of fort Pierce employees employed in the Public works Depa ilme the Telegram said that the local requested reconsideration for the purposes of collective further you Are hereby requested to postpone final Reading of the new City budget until this organization has an Opportunity to present to the City commission the plight of the City employees and their demands for economic consideration Tor the new fiscal year beginning oct. 1, 1972." the Telegram concluded. Summerlin said that de would be ready to listen but i m not going to recommend postponing of the budget. In fact. I la urge it be a budget amendment could be approved b the City com Mission at a later Date if it decided to Grant the Public works employees a salary increase. Heinz announced Al the saturday meeting the City workers have bound themselves together under the Banner of City workers local 1224. 1bfo. Al Cio. Tins local Union is an affiliate of the International brotherhood of firemen and oilers. one of the key speakers at the meeting held Al the Carpenter s Union Hall. 705 Cedar place. He noted that City employees do not have the right to slip pc. But they do have the right to join and assist local 1224 exists for the purpose of presenting proposals in the bargaining process to the City commission relative to salaries and other conditions of Heinz said. The City commission is scheduled to approve the 1972-73 fiscal year budget tomorrow night the budget totals million but does not include pay raises except for Merit raises for any City employees. Mayor Summerlin he thou gel raises could be Given in january when other funds would hopefully be available. He said he would ask the cite commission to turn to Union 1 g. 3 three pow s anxious but stay in Hanoi two philippine army troopers guard the door to the nation s history. The declaration came six hours after Manila Hilton hotel saturday after pres. Ferdinand e. Gunmen tried to assassinate defense Secretary Juan Marcos declared martial Law for the first time in the Ponce Enrile. Up telephoto National reforms follow martial Law declaration by Vicente Manila Impi a Esi Crit Ferdinand k. Marcos followed up his declaration of martial Law in tin Philippines saturday by announcing the mass arrest of communist conspirators he said were plotting to overthrow the government and proclaim ing sweeping National reforms to Lessen their hold poor peasants. In a nationwide radio and television address to Yaj million filipinos. Marcos imposed a curfew Iron 2 Midnight to 4 . Daily and Ann Tuuu to controls on Lucal newspapers and. Ladio and foreign Cune a polenis in the Phippi nes. Ban i liar re no abroad except those on official missions Ami control Public utilities. The president said civil would remain in Power and All National and local government officials would continue in Lun Clion. This is a Mililay Taki Iii Marcos said. "1 have proclaimed Law in accordance Wilh lie Powers vested in the president by Llic Constitution of the Mai icon said. I As your duly Elei Leil president use this Power whirl May he implemented Ivy military authorities to Piti cd the lie Niblic of tin philippine our in Liick is Endami Geoid by Hie peril of violent overthrow of be duly constituted government insurrection or rebellion. Such a danger confronts the Republic of Hie Philippines today. We will eliminate Hie threat if violent overthrow of govern Merit and we must now Reform oui political economic Anil social Simiu Simns. We arc falling and lir ivc fallen Back to our last line of defense. The limit has been reached because we have been placed against the Ini Call to philippine foreign minister Carlos p. Romulo in new York. Macros said the situation in Manila was Calm and persons arrested Friday nigh were being held in protective ii slyly to Noti d Toimi from Baini Al Hie hands of the National Peoples army of Pai. Turn Long. 3 Fortes of Uganda Battle tanzanians by i nil cd Cress inner National ugandan forces smashed across die bolder Lii Tanzania Satin Day to Battle a combined Force of tanzanian troops and i ugandan exile guerrillas in very hot a a military spokesman said. Afri can leaders pressed diplomatic to Bead off open War Between the two nations. Tiwania denied Llibre was lighting within its Ron Lieis. A government spokesman said the military command in the alleged Battle area just across the Border from Mutu Kula. Southwest reported everything is l Ganda. Meanwhile said in was Likely the guerrilla loader. Houghl to be a former Uganda army lieutenant colonel had been killed in the fighting. Airlines stepped up flights to Brilain carrying asians expelled from l Ganda by pres ident Idi Amin. Diplomatic sources in London said the or Irish government Hail the Royal air Force

Search All Newspapers in Fort Pierce, Florida

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Fort Pierce News Tribune Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Fort Pierce News Tribune?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection