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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Salt Lake City, UtahTibent vol 205 no 163 Salt Lake City 241972 third five cents arrests Mark Marcos martial Law by Maliwanag United press International Lanila president Ferdinand e Marcos Foll Vired up his declaration of martial Law ill the Philippines saturday by announcing the mass arrest of communist conspirators he said were plotting to overthrow the government and pro claiming 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 Midnight to 4 am daily announced controls on local newspapers and radio and foreign correspondent is in the Philippines and 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 civil authorities in Power 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 duly elected president i use this Power which May be implemented by military authorities to protect the Republic of the Philippines and our democracy which is endangered by the peril of viol ent overthrow of the duly constituted government insurrection or rebellion such a danger confronts the Republic of the Philippines today we will eliminate the threat of Vio Lent overthrow of government and we must now Reform our political economic and 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 phone Call to by in a Telephone Call to philippine for eign minister Carlos p Romulo in new York Marcos said the situation in Manila was Calm and persons arrested Friday night were being held in protective Cus Tody to protect them from harm at the hands of the National Peoples army an insurgent group Mcgovern twits Nixon defend record in open campaigning Don Mcleod associated press writer George Mcgovern said saturday his presidential Campaign is on an upturn which will Force president Nixon into More open campaigning but Nixon returning from his second major Campaign Juwing said things were just Fine with him at the same time vice president Spiro t Agnew was carrying on his debate with Mcgovern Over the Vietnam War and said this War is no satellite Hect ids for duty in space Fla a explorer47 a flying physics Laboratory heading for an orbit extending More than Halfway to the Moon was described saturday by space officials As a Bird in a Good orbit the 860pound satellite largest in the explorer series soared into space Friday atop a three stage Delta rocket at the Start of a Mission to probe the solar wind radiation magnetic Fields and other interplanetary mysteries the National aeronautics and administration said the space Craft was in a highly elliptical orbit swinging Between 160 Miles and 1475j05 Miles from Earth ground controllers monday will fire a spacecraft motor to shift the Orbital path so that it ranges from 127000 to 155000 Miles High the spacecraft is in excellent shape and we Are very pleased with the Progress so far the space Agency Sam explorer 47 carries 13 experiments to study galactic and solar cosmic rays plasmas and magnetic and electrical Fields the instruments Are to provide scientists with detailed under standing of the dynamics of interplanetary space expanding information in eight earlier spacecraft in the program More unpopular than others in the nations past Sargent Shriver Mcgovern vice presidential running mate spoke at a Jef Ferson Jackson Day dinner in Las vegas saturday night earlier he launched a Strong attack on Agnew saying the vice presidents image is fake resents whole idea speaking to University of Nevada Stu dents the democratic vice presidential nominee said of the new subdued Agnew i resent the whole idea a Man can live his whole life he is 57 and be Gover nor of a state and then when he goes to Washington As vice president suddenly becomes a new human being Shriver said the american people de serve an honest image not a fake image put on by Madison Avenue agnews image when he was unleashed is just As phony As when he was leashed what he says now Doest deserve any More credence than when he was condemning americans barbs for Nixon changing to president Nixon Shriver mixed criticism with humorous barbs he said that Nixon has failed to fulfil three promises to end the War to improve the Economy and to bring the nation together As he spoke of the presidents Promise to restore Law and order he said that crime has gone up in the time Nixon has been in office i dont know of any time when the Fri had so much business investigating in the Federal government that its not had any time to investigate anyone else Calls for explanations Mcgovern told the Ohio democratic convention that Nixon refuses 90 per cent of the time to face the american people he said there is a Strong Ameri can tradition that a presidential Candi Date must take his record to the country especially if it is one that desperately needs explaining Mcgovern said substitute Campaign ers and second string voices cannot permit Nixon to avoid taking his record personally to the country the democratic candidate said in see Page 8 column 1 Romulo said terrorism and subversion had spread from Northern Luzon Over the entire Philippines the insurgents were spearheaded by the communist party of the Philippines and the spa and they were now capable of undertaking limited offensive operations secret government documents Romulo citing secret government documents said the communist forces had received substantial quantities of War Materiel including High powered rifles rockets and rocket launchers earlier saturday in predawn swoops government troopers closed All radio and television stations and newspaper offices in greater Manila one commercial television station and Waldheim wins Battle three radio networks were reopened later saturday to broadcast the presidents announcement in his address Marcos also announced the following moves cleanup of corrupt and sterile government officials proclamation of land Reform throughout the philippine archipelago a move which would enable tenant Farmers to own land after living in virtual enslavement for centuries of a military commission to and punish military offenders ban on the carrying of firearms by civilians and unauthorized persons with violation punishable by death ban on rallies and demonstrations in Assembly charts study of terrorism press wire photo Pierrepaul Schweitzer alleges negative View by William n Oatis associated press writer United nations by Secreta Ryg eneral 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 the outcome saved the prestige of the Secretary general who had been threat ened with a humiliating defeat debate postponed 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 us troops out of South Korea the vote of 7035 with 21 abstentions ratified a steering commit tee recommendation if chief says us seeks to bar his Reapp ointment by Hobart Rowen Washington Post writer Washington Pierrepaul Schweit Zer managing director of the International monetary fund confirmed at a press conference Here saturday that the us government is trying to Block his reappointment next september for a third five year term there is no use denying that us authorities informed me that they take a negative View concerning my reappoint ment Schweitzer said american officials have indicated that they insist on a new chief operating offi cer for the if in a period when Reform of the monetary system including pos sible revisions of the if Structure itself is being considered reaffirms viewpoint a us Treasury official present during the Schweitzer press conference reiterate delay in return of 3 released pos frustrates their relatives stateside by associated press Range ments were in the hands of the stateside relatives of three american North vietnamese pilots released from North vietnamese in Tampa Fla Herbert Charles 65 Parison carps reacted to delay in their and his wife had packed their suitcases in i Onk Zontini notion to Amir Vyrl try 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 us government and said the Nixon administration should keep its nose out of this affair upset Over conditions mrs Barney Elias Mother of air Force maj Edward Elias said she and her husband Are very upset Over the apparent imposition by Hanoi of conditions for the release of the men including a guarantee that they would do Noth ing to further the american War Effort in Indochina mrs Elias of Jacksonville 111 said she had thought there would be no conditions except that they ask for their release associated press writer Peter Arnett reported from Hanoi meanwhile release was Likely in the next few Days and an Antiwar activist with flw1 pow said a 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 we were so disappointed mrs Charles said we had been looking for Ward to seeing him i dont know what to do now i dont know what could have inside the Tribune Tribune Telephone numbers Page a2 Page el8 arts Battle Corner a1819 business dl3 classified c219 com Carrier b2 editorials a24 foreign a28 lifestyle wl16 and More supplement Union Page a57912 National Nati a1314162021 obituaries sports Star Gazer television Heaters Washington timeline Fidelity life c1819 dl13 h8 h916 e67 a24 books insurance co supplement full Section of color comics Parade and Home Maga Zines sundays forecast Salt Lake City and Vicinity generally fair with some afternoon cloudiness Chance of evening showers weather map Page c19 happened 1 Hope he hurries and comes Home us ambassador g Mcmurtie Godley and other officials were on hand at the Vientiane Airport saturday to Greet a russian Aeroflot Airliner from Hanoi it want until the plane landed that Godley Learned the american pilots were not on Board in Washington Secretary of defense Melvin r Laird said Friday i certainly would recommend that these men turn themselves Over As soon As possible to their military command previously released prisoners were quickly placed under military supervision prompting protests from Hanoi radio Hanoi airs charges radio Hanoi on Friday charged that us military officials were lying in wait at Vientiane Airport in the Hope of taking Possession of the three released pilots and returning them to us military control the broadcast stated that in order to avoid jeopardizing future prisoner releases the men should be allowed to Fly on civilian aircraft Given a 30day leave Given a 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 Antiwar activists con firming the expectations of the North vietnamese government de afterwards that the us has not changed its mind i see nothing to change our View and i think we will have support from others he said a decision on Schweitzer will not be made in All probability during the Annu Al meetings of the if and world Bank that Start Here monday but it is the major topic of conversation and a new source of bitter ant american feeling resent pressure american officials have been increasingly resentful toward Schweitzer a French economist As a result of his pres sure last year for a devaluation of the Dollar As a contribution toward a general realignment of currency values former Treasury Secretary John b Connally was especially critical of Schweitzer arguing that the if directors comments had robbed the us of bargaining Points Schweitzer said saturday that he could not understand the us opposition to him in View of the fact that president Nixon had gone to the smithsonian con Ference last december to Hail the interim agreement on Exchange rates As one of the most remarkable achievements in monetary Schweitzer retorts in an open retort to publicly expressed us views Schweitzer added i cant see How any us official can blame any institution that contributed to such a result Nixon actual words described the smithsonian compact which included a 79 percent Dollar devaluation As the most significant monetary agreement in the history of the world the actual outcome of the debate Over Schweitzer is not at this Point certain Schweitzer was reported last week to be determined to resign shortly after this years annual meeting of the if and world Bank denies such threat but saturday he said he had not threatened to resign and that this is a ques Tion for the executive directors to solve asked if he could be effective Over the next year As a lame Duck if he were to be replaced next september he would say Only that this question comes under the heading of what is in the Best interest of the fund the problem has clearly become an embarrassment for All concerned the smaller Les developed countries Are expected to rally to Schweitzer support during the coming weeks sessions today chuckle watching the rain through a window one weather Bureau employee said to an other we needed this weve been predicting it for a week 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 in membership bid of Bangladesh chinese ambassador Huang Hua who vetoed the Bangladesh application aug 25 reiterated that China cannot agree to the admission of Bangladesh the terrorism Issue reached the full Assembly on a recommendation made by its steering committee Friday when us ambassador George Bush strongly sup ported Waldheim and said the Issue was a possible turning Point in the history of the United nations Strong opposition Waldheim 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 Secretary general titled the item measures to prevent terror and other forms of violence which endanger or take innocent human lives or jeopardize Funda mental freedoms Jamaica amendment specified that the measures should be to prevent inter National terrorism and eliminated the reference to other forms of violence it was approved by a vote of 55 in favor 27 against and 38 abstaining saudi arabian amendment added to Waldheim title and study the underly ing causes of those forms of terrorism and acts of violence lie in misery frustration grievance and despair and which cause some people to sacrifice human lives including their own in an attempt to effect Radical change okayed by voice vote it was adopted by a vote of 42 in favor 35 against and 44 abstaining the saudi amendment was lifted bodily from a Public statement Waldheim had made to allay doubts about his Movek the effect of the amendments was to refine and qualify the Secretary generals original title in the committees discussion of the question soviet ambassador Jacob a Malik among others complained that Waldheim formulation was too vague and would give rein to those trying to suppress liberation movements others said it could even cover conventional warfare the committee finally recommended Waldheim item for the Agenda Friday by a vote of 15 to 7 with abstentions by the soviet Union and Czechoslovakia but As the Assembly met on the week end to act on the steering committees recommendations for its Agenda support ers of Waldheim proposal were not All sure he would win in the final showdown Tricky camera move san int really tethering to tip of Tran american corp Pyramid photographers Tim ing and viewpoint caused mooring another buyer for Bridge Reuters news Agency new York no one knows How Many times Confidence men have sold the Brooklyn Bridge to Gullible customers usually Over a tavern table but new York City seems to have a legitimate offer from Brooklyn Park Minn Brooklyn Park is a Small City along the Mississippi River which lacks a nearby Bridge to get across the River according to its mayor Bjorn a Rossing you May suggest canoes Rossing said in a letter to new York mayor John v Lindsay however what we really need is a Bridge and sure enough Rossing wondered whether the 90yearold Brooklyn Bridge perhaps might be available the Mississippi River said Rossing cuts off our Access to the East with the result that the cultural horizons of our 30000 residents Are potentially limited in reply Lindsay wrote that new York might not be Able to spare Brooklyn Bridge even though the City has 51 Bridges he told Rossing the City has approved an expenditure of million to repaint the 1600footlong Bridge which spans the East River Between Manhattan and Brooklyn utahs Independent voters key Force in 72 election editors mole this is another in a series of studies of import ont issues facing utans con inducted by the Salt Lake Tribune by j Roy Bardsley six weeks from now the outcome of the election will hinge on How the inde pendent voter Marks his ballot this is because Nei ther the democratic nor the Republican party can Muster a majority of the voters which automatically leaves the Independent in the Drivers seat the Utah poll while the Independent voter has always been a crucial Factor in Utah elections he is becoming More and More powerful for example Only two years ago inde pendent voters constituted a Little Over on fourth of the Utah electorate today they account for on third of All voters and surpass the Republican party in num Bers Here Are party affiliation trends As taken from the files of the tribunes polls Over the past two years All figures Are from Midsummer studies read Down consider themselves 1972 1971 democrats35 39 38 republicans32 30 36 independents33 31 26 totals100 100 m Independent voters can be a fickle lot in 1964 they aligned themselves with the democratic party which resulted in a sweeping Victory for most of its major candidates then in 1968the Independent vote re versed the tide and propelled gop presidential senatorial and congressional candidates into the Victory column Only governor Rampton of the major demo cratic contenders survived the Republican sweep How Independent voters will cast their ballots in 1972 is problematical the Tri Bunes Utah poll will commence its coverage of the 192 election next week which will furnish the first clues As to in dependent inclinations

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