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Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Roswell, New Mexico
Forecast Roswell and Vicinity local Low cloudiness Eastern Border Early today otherwise variable High cloudiness through monday. Moderate West winds in afternoons. A Little warmer today. Chance of rain five per cent. High today 90, Low tonight 60. Vol. 84 no. 227 3to?Surdi Ida Ltd Uteri r6 20 copy Roswell. New Mexico 88201 76 pages today sunday september 24, 1972toll-free citizen i in to debate terrorism Calls proposed Washington apr Nicholas Johnson says there should be toll free Telephone service for citizens to talk with Federal officials and congressmen about their problems. The Blunt spoken Federal communications commission member said it would actually be cheaper than writing letters. Johnson said some agencies have free Telephone service for special purposes but a you still can to Call Uncle Sam Johnson expressed his views in a copyrighted article in this sundays Parade Magazine. He noted that some 1,000 organizations use the wats plan commonly know As the �?o800 number system a including airlines hotel chains and credit card companies. Johnson defended costs this Way a a written reply to a citizens letter May Cost $10 or $20 by the time it has been drafted reviewed up and Down the line by supervisors and typed a few times. A single wats Call prorated costs Only a fraction As much. Moreover the letter might not be satisfactory and this could trigger several More rounds of correspondence. In a phone conversation the parties could talk until the matter is causes prevention to be sought by William n. Oatis associated press writer United nations . A 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 backed by China and the soviet Union to get troops out of South Korea the vote of 70-35 with 21 abstentions ratified a steering committee recommendation. By general consent the Assembly also put on its Agenda an item proposed by Yugoslavia As a step toward urging the Security Council to reconsider the the . 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 a a possible turning Point in the history of the United Waldheim s initiative had aroused Strong opposition from african and Arab countries fearful that it would curb liberation movements in Africa or resistance to israeli occupation of Arab lands. The effect of the amendments was to refine and qualify the Secretary general a original title. Arf tar it a it Ltd a l a n Ari in a v of Siuai. Lui us cd ii cuu about Waldheim a bid for a debate on terrorism was that he would win by Only 10 votes. . Ambassador George Bush said a it will be some diplomats even believed Waldheim would lose. A that Quot said one a would be a blow not Only to the Secretary general but also to the people in the United states and Western Europe will lose interest in the United nations he declared if it refused to tackle the problem of terrorism after the palestinian commando massacre of 11 israeli olympic squad members in Munich sept. 5. Waldheim a proposal made three Day s after that affair had drawn objections that it could hamper Arab and african Independence movements airlifting of asians impossible by Frei Oleman associated press writer Jondon a briton s foreign Secretary said saturday it would be a totally impossible Quot to meet Uganda s 48-hour deadline for airlifting 8,000 expelled asians to Britain before leaving for new York sir Alec Douglas Home said he spoke with Uganda a High commissioner in London to seek clarification of president Idi amines ultimatum Friday and to urge an Extension the 48-hour deadline applied to those asians already cleared for departure the foreign Secretary told newsmen that if All available aircraft in the East african Community of Kenya Tanzania and Uganda were used for the exodus a it would be totally impossible to Airlift these 8.000 or More Douglas Home said he would urge the general Assembly on wednesday to press Amin on two Points a extend the deadline far when ugandan asians must be cleared and secondly allow passengers to bring their possessions with them Quot Amin has ordered an estimated 50,000 asians holding British passports to leave Uganda by nov 8 he claimed they were sabotaging the Economy. The British government has dispatched a special envoy Peter Scott to Kampala to determine Bow to Deal w Ith the new problem he will meet with the British High commissioner in Uganda later in Hopes of determining whether to begin extra flights and to sit w hat can be done about assuring the safety of asians travelling to Uganda s International Airport at Entebbe the British also Are concerned about the safety a of 7,000 White britons working in Uganda the asians mostly of Indian and pakistani origin were granted British citizenship in 1962 when the former Colony of Uganda became Independent. Hundreds hold key commercial jobs expected to go to africans after the expulsions Reading guide v y return of pos to . Delayed first Bale of season Orban Waggoner of East grand Plains right this season produced the first Bale of Cotton in Chaves county. Waggoner who owns approximately 200 acres of Cotton said this machine picked Bale came from one acre. It is a middling Inch and an eighth and of the 1517-70 variety. Standing with the grower Are left to right Charles Martin Cotton merchant Henry Watson sales manager of Farmers inc. Cotton marketing Assn. And l. S. Parks manager of Farmers inc. Waggoner stated he brought 1,640 pounds of seed Cotton to make the 570 Pound Bale. The Cotton was baled at Farmers inc. Cotton Gin. Nixon greets unionists Bond reduced a. 2 obituaries p. 2 Vietnam views p 14 floating school a. 14 stocks review p. 16 pro lineup p. 17 rockets fall p. 18 coyotes beaten p. 18 3-aaaa Power p. 19 state fair results. P. 24 1972 fair Queen p. 24 swim program p. 25 by Gaylord Shaw associated press writer 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 on supporters the president returned to the capital at midday after a 28-hour Jaunt to Texas in quest of that state s 26 electoral votes a prize twice denied him and in Pursuit of the democratic voters unhappy with their party is nominee. But once again Nixon never mentioned the name of democratic opponent George Mcgovern referring in his speeches Only to Quot others Quot aides described the president As very pleased with his reception at the Border towns of i Credo Rio Grande City and Harlingen and with a dinner at former Treasury Secretary John Conn Allva a ranch for big name democratic backers. Awaiting Nixon s return to the White House were members of the labor youth for the president committee a an organization Given a tour of the executive mansion after announcing its support for Nixon saturday. Nixon greeted the group in the East room and told the Young unionists a it s w Rong for men who work to get less than a Man on and he renewed his stand against amnesty for draft evade s Nixon pledged anew to end the Vietnam War on an honorable basis and said the report of no american killed in combat last week w As Quot one of the Best pieces of news that in be seen since i came he said that the United states must remain the strongest nation in the world to protect peace after speaking to the group Nixon flew by helicopter to Camp David in the Cato tin mountains it Maryland reaching there at 3 30 . Edt in Bright Cool Early autumn weather 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 <101 newly announced statistics and said they show Quot we definitely Are on the right track with our economic policies Quot the president touched on the same theme at Connelly s Hill country ranch. Addressing a crowd of about 300 after a dinner of l Ibenye Steak and blackened peas he called the Economy Strong and \ i Brant. Nixon is schedule to make a fundraising appearance in new York tuesday night then Fly to California for wednesday speeches in san Francisco Ami los in gels before returning to the White lha use thursday. By the associated press 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 anti War 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 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. \ phone Call from the Navy saturday morning told them of the delay . Ambassador g Mcmurtie Godley and other officials were on hand at the vientiane1 Airport saturday to Greet a russian Aeroflot Airliner from Hanoi. It was t until the plane landed that Godley Learned Tho american pilots were not on Board. In Washington Secretary of defense Melvin r. I Aird 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 i s military control a 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 c Complete medical examination at the Hospital of their Choice and to do nothing to further the american War Effort in Indochina. Marianne Hamilton a passenger on the russian plane brought along a statement from the american anti War activists confirming the Quot expectations of the North vietnamese mrs Hamilton a member of the roman Catholic International Assembly of christians said she Felt the pilots and their escorts would be on their Way Home soon whether Washington replies favourably to it it the statement or not. The three prisoners were freed sept 17 at ceremonies in Hanoi attended by it. Gartley smother and it. Charles wife Olga. Also included in the party from the United states were peace activists David Dellinger and Cora Weiss co chairmen of the committee for Liaison with families of servicemen detained in Vietnam Yale University chaplain the Rev William Sloan e. Coffin and Richard Falk of Princeton University Progress in cancer fight noted Washington a a National cancer Institute researcher says Hie work in Progress on using the chemical big in fighting cancer is or Herbert j. Rapp said the Wark has been on Laboratory animals and very Little testing has been done so far on people by the cancer experts it is time for us to sit Down and discuss the or. Rapp said in a Telephone Intel Lew saturday or Rapp commented in response to questions about the statement of or. Michael Hanna jr., a scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee that injection of Bug into Laboratory animals at Oak Ridge has been too per cent effective in eradicating cancer tutors and arresting the spread of cancer cells. Experts cautioned against any conclusions that Quot the cure for cancer had been found. Philippines president cites rebellion threat martial Law imposed to save Republic by Gil Santos associated pres writer Mani a i a 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 the Western Pacific had been Cut off from the world by a government ordered communications blackout Marcos said an escalating threat of armed insurrection had prompted him to take Quot 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 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 civilian government but a measure to Quot end the present National a Midnight to 4 a m. Curfew went into effect immediately Marcos said. Elements of the metropolitan police command or metro com set up Check Points in the greater Manila area to enforce the curfew. Results of the martial 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 a dict which Marcos signed late Friday censorship of All Domestic and International Media operating in the Philippines. Temporary ban on filipinos from going abroad. Closure of schools on All Levels for a week. Death penalty for illegal Possession of firearms total ban on Public demonstrations rallies and labor strikes. 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 hat details of implementation of the martial Law. And the social and economic reforms will be explained later. However he gave 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 news capsules Abilene Tex a members of the fort Worth five saturday blamed the British government for their being linked with the investigation of a possible gun running scheme to get army for the outlawed Irish Republican army the five All new yorkers of Irish extraction had just been set free after posting Bond ranging from $5,000 to $15,000 they had been held in Tarrant county jail since late june after they refused to talk to a Federal grand jury in fort Worth which was investigating possible Sale of arms intended for the Ira St. Lous a iwo i s. Prisoners of War in North Vietnam recently us Ter vie wed demonstrated Good health and said they have been treated Well the St. Louis Post dispatch said in today edition. The article by Richard Dudman chief Washington correspondent who recently returned from Hanoi identified the prisoners As Vir Force Apt. George Man Rose 38, of Fayetteville Vrh and in Force it Richard Joseph i Ulton 25, of Mes til Riz
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