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Spectator (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Wellsville, New York Spectator 7 pages september Mcgovern lashes dems for Nixon Cleveland up1 George Mcgovern claiming we Are on the move and we cannot be Tough saturday with democrats who support president calling them a Bunch of Mossback and warning they would be left High and dry come Mcgovern brought the delegates to the Ohio democratic convention to their feet cheering with an old Harry Truman style attack on the odor of special interest deals in the Nixon adm Nistra he said instead of taking his record to the was hiding in the White emerging Only for occasions like Bis closed meeting at a Texas ranch with Oil billionaires and John he is with a few Mossback politicians who Call themselves but who have fallen hopelessly behind the great mainstream of the he they Are going to find themselves just As High and dry on 7 As the same kind of democrats found themselves when they deserted Harry Truman in after he Mcgovern tried to Patch up a quarrel with another group of disaffected he met on his plane with Frank the Ohio Falcio who led the fight at the democratic National convention to Stop Mcgovern and James head of the machinists Union District both regarded As powerful have refused to Back judging from the applause from the estimated delegates and appeared to have regular Ohio almost free Navy Jug Neurta chutes and us of three ois the other two Are wife game their Hoa Binh hotel room Usan Edward Ellas and us in Hanoi Friday after Charles was Jug Markham released by North he was one on pos Vientiane soviet Airliner arrived in Vientiane from Hanoi saturday but the three prisoners of War released by North Vietnam to an american Antiwar activist group were not on Board As there was no definite word on when they would come 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 one said the pos were told Friday night that they would not be leaving saturday As they but the two were unclear about the reasons for the the Mission Here made elaborate arrangements for the expected return of air Force Edward Elias of and Navy in Hanoi Markham Gartley of and Norris Charles of san but american officials emphasized they would intervene Only if the released pilots asked for the Harry Bury and Marianne Hamilton were the Only americans aboard the russian Airliner which had been expected to bring the their relatives and an escort group headed by Antiwar activists Cora Weiss and David Dellinger on the first leg of their return to the United the roman Catholic priest and miss Hamilton accompanied the Antiwar group to Hanoi seven Days ago but left after completing their own series of meetings with North vietnamese they differed on reasons Why the pos had not left Hanoi saturday As reds rocket Danang base wounding 3 sailors Saigon gunners fired 33 big soviet made rockets into the Danang air base at Dawn killing two persons and wounding 10 including three they also attacked South vietnamese positions farther South along the a spokesman said one plane was struck on the two trucks destroyed and a number damaged in the Danang Sragg which was seen As a possible prelude communist attacks on South Vietnam najor cities in Advance of presidential up reporter Edward Bassett said Allied jets struck Back at communist troops near Quang Ngai City on Highway 1 about 75 Miles South of Danang and 318 Miles Northeast of Bassett said bombs from the jets rattled windows in Quang Ngai for More than an hour while the warplanes bombarded suspected communist positions outside the four government militia outposts have fallen to communists in the area during the past four we lose and regain these outposts every one military source told this was going on before the March 31 communist offensive if we lose a great Many of it will Cut our information about enemy weather migh with Tow it the possibility set wort with temperatures pm Frei troop communist Viet Cong and North launched a series of attacks on District towns in a 30mile area South from Quang Ngai City last the attacks on the towns straddling Highway 1 in the Central coast began when South vietnamese forces in northernmost Quang tri City recaptured a 02 spotter plane was damaged by the soviet built two trucks were destroyed and five buildings in the american Section of the Allied base also received Light a spokesman at Quang tri 404 Miles North of Field reports said at least 10 South vietnamese soldiers were wounded Friday in a barrage of 130mm artillery fire which struck 500 Yards West of the a 7th air Force spokesman said american jets knocked out three 130s Friday and damaged another in North vietnamese held territory West of Quang tri the heavy artillery pieces have a Range of 17 Miles an official South vietnamese military spokesman saturday retracted an announcement made Friday that government paratroopers had crossed the Thach Han River on the Edge of Quang tri City for the first time and were Clearing an area to the the spokesman gave no reason for reversing the official report he had made to newsmen the Day in the air War Over North Vietnam a command spokesman said Navy jets hit missile and antiaircraft positions outside the port City of Vinh and bombed the cites boat the 210 air strikes Over North Vietnam Friday included missions against the Bieu Nghi army Barracks outside Hai Phong and a raid on the Hon Gai shipyard 93 Miles North of the democrats behind despite his troubles with always a dominant figure in the the tide is coining he 1 see it in the Are on the move and we cannot be Mcgovern acknowledged his Campaign had its snafus but he said nothing he has done compares with the Nixon administration attempts to cover up the mess and keep the lid on until after the we didst have a Security chief in Campaign indicted for we didst have our election manager or our Campaign treasurer resign under what seemed to be a mysterious pressure from his the reference to John the former attorney general and his brought cries from the audience to free in for Mcgovern lets free Martha Mcgovern was met by a crowd of about 30 persons when he arrived at Burke lakefront among the greeters were John Charles and Bill Cass a regional director for the United Auto workers weve got one helluva convention for said i can assure you that those delegates in the convention Center Are solidly behind the Mcgover Shriver Mcgovern spoke Here before flying on to new York City for his second appearance there in three after Texas Triumph Nixon attacks welfare freeloaders 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 miss Hamilton she believed the pos would return regardless of whether Nixon replied to the Bury said he had performed a peace mass for the pos saturday morning and that they told him they were informed Friday night they would not be making the trip they gave no reason for the delay but there very anxious to come Bury we do not really know Why they didst Bury it was a decision made by the the prisoners Are not fully they Are in Good health and spirits and Are staying at the Hoa Binh hotel in but they Are under asked Why be thought the North vietnamese might be delaying the pos Bury said they Are concerned with nothing More than stopping the War and they want the prisoners to see the destruction that has been caused by he said the pos have already made some trips to the Countryside to View bomb miss Hamilton said the pos had been released to the Antiwar group and that she believed the escorts were taking their time to see what arrangements had been made along the planned route of their Israel condemns jul acts by press item Timol israeli police minister Shlomo Hillel said saturday Israel would strike at the main roots of the Arab guerrilla problem wherever they May be but condemned underground activities directed from especially by the militant jewish defense league at the same a jordanian government spokesman reported four mail bombs were intercepted at the Amman Post office saturday and he said the bombs had been mailed from Amsterdam and were addressed to four government officials he refused to palestinian guerrillas have accused King Hussein and his government of betraying the Arab an israeli Diplomat was killed in London last tuesday by a letter bomb mailed from since then the murder email Campaign has spread around toe a Boob trapped letter was reported received in the cambodian capital of phenom penh in Southeast Asi scores of other letter and parcel bombs had previously been intercepted throughout Western Washington up president Nixon wound up a Quick Campaign swing through Texas and flew Back to the White House saturday to Tell a new group of labor backers that he still opposed amnesty for military deserters and welfare for people who wont we believe in helping those who cant help but it seems to me a Man or a woman ought to work for what he gets and to get what he works Nixon it seems to me to be wrong for someone who works to get less than someone on As for the question of the president said those who chose to desert must pay the penalty that they have earned and that his position was the same one Abraham Lincoln took when confronted with the Issue during the civil a Nixon Campaign spokesman said the about 500 represented a number of labor unions in a newly formed organization called Young labor for the Between the Ages of 18 and were from 30 the president went directly to the White House to speak to the group in mid afternoon As soon As he returned to moments after the be went by helicopter to his Camp David Retreat in for the was to be joined later by Nixon visit to Texas took him through the Rio Grande Valley and to a dinner for prospective democratic supporters at the ranch of former Treasury Secretary John throughout the he sought to demonstrate that his administration had put the nations Economy on a sounder a crowd of Between and Many of them turned out at san Antonio Airport to give the president a warm sendoff after his bid to win Texas 26 electoral votes in he lost the state by a thin margin in before Nixon issued a statement claiming that the economic policies he launched in had enabled the average production worker to increase his purchasing Power by a year the equivalent of two extra weekly pay the president did not explain How he arrived at that but said his claim was based on a report issued Friday by the s Bureau of labor statistics that report listed real spendable earnings workers paycheck minus payroll deductions and Federal income tax per week in August for the average worker with three reduced to 1967 measure of which the bus uses to take inflation into this typical workers real spendable earnings were up from from and amounting to a total gain of Over the 12month British Nab an Ira break up Belfast gun Battle Belfast up protestants and roman catholics saturday fought a Belfast gun Battle that raged for 90 minutes before British troops moved in and broke it in 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 Bead saturday in a firefight Between troops and gunmen in Belfast Catholic Falls Road the troops reported wounding at least one the shooting erupted when gunmen suddenly blazed away at soldiers checking people in their area during a Hunt for wanted Ira a protestant and a Catholic were hospitalized with gunshot wounds received in the Battle in Belfast mixed new Lodge Road police six youths received cuts and bruises in that the trouble began with a Midnight clash Between protestant and Catholic then lights darkened in nearby Homes and gunfire roared from the Catholic Side of the protestants ran for cover and returned the raged until British troops moved in shooting and silenced the sectarian the British army named a Man captured in a raid after a gun Battle in Londonderry Friday As Charles acting battalion commander of the iras militant provisional Wing in the Mcsheffrey was released in april from Long Kesh internment Camp a few Days after his wife made a personal Appeal to Britain Secretary of state for Northern William Calm returns to Philippines As martial Law takes effect Manila up president Ferdinand 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 proclaim ing sweeping National reforms to Lessen their hold on poor in a nationwide radio and television address to 39 million Marcos imposed a curfew from 12 Midnight to 4 daily and announced controls on local newspapers radio and foreign correspondents in the a ban on travel of filipinos abroad except those on official missions and control of Public the president said civil authorities would remain in Power and All National and local government officials would continue to this is not a military Marcos i have proclaimed martial Law in accordance with the Powers vested in the president by the Constitution of the Romulo la a Telephone Call to rom philippine Ferdinand Marcos said the situation in strife torn Manila was Marcos i As your duly elected president 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 violent overthrow of the duly constituted insurrection or such a danger confronts the Republic of the Philippines we will eliminate the threat of violent overthrow of government and we must now Reform our economic and social we Are falling Back and have fallen Back to our last line of the limit has been reached because we have been placed against the in a Telephone Call to philippine foreign minister Carlos Romulo in new Marcos said the situation in Manila was Calm and persons arrested Friday night were being held in protective custody to protect them from harm at the hands of the National Peoples army an insurgent Romulo told up that terrorism and subversion had spread from Northern Luzon Over the entire 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 citing secret government said the communist forces had received substantial quantities of War Materiel including High powered rockets and rocket there was no immediate indication How Many filipinos had been arrested in the government crackdown against suspected communist friends and relatives of those detained said those arrested included at least three several journalists and a number of constitutional convention earlier saturday in predawn government troopers closed All radio and television stations and newspaper offices in greater one commercial television station and three radio networks were reopened later saturday to broadcast the presidents the presidential press office said henceforth All foreign news agencies and correspondents of foreign publications and networks must Clear their dispatches with the press office before being the presidents proclamation of martial Law was numbered 1081 signed and cleared for implementation at 9 in his Marcos also announced the following moves cleanup of corrupt and sterile government proclamation of land Reform throughout the philippine a move which would enable tenant own land after living in virtual enslavement for of a military commission to try and punish military ban on the carrying of firearms by civilians and unauthorized persons with violation punishable by ban on rallies and philippine islands South Chinaka q 1oo United International situation tense the government said communist and maoist guerillas controlled Remote a reas of the v

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