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Terre Haute Tribune Star (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Terre Haute, Indiana Dave Marad and Bob Menne l red for Lead in Robinson classic. Details in sports Anderson 22 i Washington 22 i notre Dame 37 i use 55 i Georgia tech 21 1 Indiana state 23 i Oklahoma 68 Rose Hulman 7 j Purdue 21j Northwestern o 1 Illinois 20 j Mich. State 16 1 Evansville 6 Oregon 3 the Terre haute Tribune Start Complete wire services of the associated press and United press International in Terre haute ind., sunday september 24, 1972. A a a so Voi. 42, no. 30, Section 1. Final �?116 pages. Eleven sections 30 . To debate terrorism Rogers will make Case in annual visit by William x. Oatis United nations n. Y. Pm 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. A a. The vote on including the item on the Agenda was 66 for 27 against and 33 abstaining. Earlier in the Day the As Wembly 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 a stent ions ratified a steering by the associated press committee recommendation. By general consent the As of three Psi Emoiy pid on its Agenda an item proposed by Powys stalled Homecoming Sparks anger p./. Martial Law defended by m Arcos by Gil Santos Manila pm 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. Japan China renew old ties stateside relatives 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 Shijie at Wahington. The three men were not Yugoslavia As a step toward urging the Security Council to reconsider the the . Membership bid of Bangladesh. Chi Nese ambassador Huang a who vetoed the Bangladesh and a a i plication aug. 25, reiterated aboard a flight from Hanoi to a Jana a cannot agree to the Vientiane Laos a had been admission of expected and american anti War activists who a a Tam to the a sue reached a please of the me a a Althe Lull Law ably on a Reeoma statement that the Delav ,,.mondauon made by a steer no Triy caused by b1\ the Tele Awad per a net s supported Waldheim taken to by amen Cen. Was of Paniev. 68. Of Green Ming Point in the his. -.1 a a it or torn of the United nations v Lle. Maine and Fanner of. ,. It Markham Hartlev. Waldheim a initiative had Wabash Mure a .6 a a in a a a Kniph the Delav on a tor aroused Strong opposition from Campaign into High gear to raise dedication toward the United a ass a a if re Tut i Ilion he Arm to a a a Nixon adm is Jui Roo vement in Africa or in bed Way agencies to 1973. Wowch has not True always Tratman Shoum keep it. Nose out Africa or r Rankim Campaign a be past. Of this at far. Chairman said saturday. Robert l. Ireland chairman mrs. Barney Elias Mother of of aran a aah Marcos said an escalating threat of armed insurrection had prompted him to take a this extra constitutional Power to protect the he ordered martial Law Fri Day night after gunmen fired into the car of the Secretary of defense in what the government Tokyo apr a three even before the formal in called an assassination at m0nuhs ago the japanese and nou Cement aug. 13 that tempt. The official was unhurt. A communist chinese govern Tanaka had succeeded in hav scores of political arrests merits were not even speaking ing himself invited to peking were reported to have followed to pack other. Now they Are on the proposed visit and Normal to end emergency a course which is expected to Zap on of japanese communist. ,. Read establishment of Diplo chinese relations became daily ikm1of martial l is Matt relations perhaps before front Page news in Japan broadcast that martial Law 18 to Carnet As. Talks had been going on be not a military takeover of t Karnei Tanaka japanese officials and i civilian government but a on monday Kakuei Tanaka. Ping Hua who led a a measure to a end the prarie Shanghai Danca drama troupe gun solicitation of their employees and the rest including the Tribune Star publishing co. A �m1dnisht to 4 a m. Curfew liner for the first direct flight a on whether will Start their Campaign in the next week or two. The Campaign goal is $<79,367, which As went into effect immediately to peking from Japan since. Talks formally constituted the poster indicates will support 27 agencies. Hundreds of volunteers will assist in the Cam \jarc0s said elements of the world War ii and attempt Toi one nine of peking Tokyo House of photography photo. Metrop0l%tan police command open a Friendship which will he of peking Toiyo or metro com. Set it it Check a a continue for a Long time to continued on Page 11, Cal. 7. Points in the greater m a n i 1 a a area to enforce the curfew. Almost from toe Day Anaka million or so residents of the a greater Manila area went about a their Normal weekend Sitivi tie it. There was the usual Light saturday traffic throughout the by James Dressler provide the services truly need other unit chairmen staring City and people went to Thede at the 27 agencies. Their campaigns now include movies and the supermarkets. Tribune Smi Cut my mme a of a of hair find the United Way of the a a neighbourhood walks a or Man of unit 2, Commerce and the edict which Marcos Signesi. For Bledden City Industry -.1 a japanese Airliner carried a Vigo circuit judge c. J of a it persons a half of the total of Joseph Anderson. Unit 3, and International Media p japanese and foreign news government. A aging in the 1 h Jipp sri men who will Rover the Tanaka Forrest Sherer unit 4, in temporary ban on filipinos up King Shane a continued on Page 11. Col. 1. Continued on Page 10. Col. 6. On saturday. Its United Way time Mary Anne Pierce staff writer for the Tribune and a United Way supporter checks one of the new United Way of the Wabash Valier posters going up All Over the Wabash Valier to help boost this years Campaign. Some area firms already have begun solicitation of their employees and the rest including the Tribune Star pub Shing its the to pain. United Way fund drive shifting into High gear were preparing for in recent week1-, even before the Date for Tanaka a arrival in the chinese capital was announced japanese technicians have been beaming test to signals Back from peking. Viewers on saturday night were shown a live pan a the edict whish Marco i no do a a Quot a or the magnificat build s. Vietnam Maneu vers on Northern front Valley is moving its Rankin said he senses renewed chairman said saturday. Some area firms already have solicitation of their of the major firms unit of the air Force maj. Edward Ehas twined Tudd Tho solicitation of their United Way drive says he is a Aid she and her husband Are tar generals original employees and the rest should in Pequi 0f making a major very upset Over the apparent gel air individual campaigns break through in that particular imposition by Hanoi of Condi cd life a a a a Toms for the release of the men. In eluding a guarantee that they would do nothing to further the american War Effort in Indochina in Tampa. Fla., Herbert Charles 65, and his wife bad packed their suitcases in Antic Secretary of state William p. Ulwin it a. The it ext tw0 unit. Rogers Heads for the United weeks. Or. Rankin Sai. Hopes for increase Gallons sunday Wuh plan to �2 Urt year $.<47.282 was Ray cd dndotrrorkm00 a a biting goal which i 36.3 per m that unit and Ireland is Damp Down on terrorism. I higher than the amount hoping to reach or surpass the. Mark this year Al not been Given a goal yet. His unit includes in j in his two week annual visit allocated to the agencies from $500.000 Mark 11� Genera Assembly ast its Campaign. Though he has i sessions Rogers will have Side rank president of in definite unit go to talks 1 l h Russia s Andre i unit arguments dim Hope for monetary reforms pation of a trip to new York to talks w 11 h Russia s aware it Diana state University respond Greet their son. Navy it. Norm Gromyko and scores of other Cha Teofie t0 head Thi by Sterling f. Green ten Washington apr deepj10ns Llong fail major. Greet their son Navy it. Norris tir Myko Ana scores or Challenge to head this firms with 75 or More disagreement a old a policy making body. ,. Charles. A phone Call from the Fomon . On items rang t�?zmpalfin8 pm it Wing that ,0j,. He Hopes to reach q. How soon can result be a. Base ally because -1� continued on Page 14, col. 2. Continued on Page 14, col. 1. A big increase is necessary to his unit goal by mid october. Legion Leader is against amnesty Saigon apr thousands of South vietnamese troops mane Vered on the Northern front saturday to prevent North vietnamese forces from Recap to tiring hard won territory in the governments counteroffensive. Spokesman for the Saigon command said two search and destroy sweeps m Quang tri and thua the i in provinces involved about 20.000 paratroopers rangers and infantrymen supported by 200 armoured vehicles. The operations began last tuesday but. Were not announced until saturday the spokesmen indicated they do not involve new thrusts but rather Are intended to maintain the government s hold on areas recaptured earlier in the three a. Basically because cts m 0 n t b counter offensive. Most agreements have it Een too wid of q Jang try province North to leave a a arting Pom. So Jug capital and the european countries have been a Shau a by in Western Xuhua Thien province still Are in North vietnamese hands. So far Tihe sweeps have in richest Industrial a a. Baic goal were Iam d into enemy held t e r r a i n. The Quot a 10�?� which has but the talks never got off the a new flip in it Tina served As if s Central ground. Q. Why shaping the american legion is unconditionally against amnesty for draft evaders. Robert Quot Bill Sweet commander of the Indiana department of the american legion said Here saturday. Commander Sweet spoke at the american legion Day lunch Eon at noon saturday at the Royal inn Motel. A a we of the american legion firmly believe that giving any wholesale amnesty a whether conditional or unconditional a would make a mockery of the sacrifices of those men who did do their duty assumed their responsibilities in time of conflict and in Many cases were killed seriously wounded or now lie in a prison Camp somewhere in Indochina a said the state commander. Sweet proposed that each draft evader be tried individually in court and each Case be weighed on its own merits or demerits a a surely the courts will find those who Are innocent and those who should be excused without any further conditions. A in summary the american legions position on amnesty is twofold. We oppose any attempt to Grant amnesty now and after the c o n f i c t ends peace is established and our prisoners of War and missing in action have repatriated or been accounted for. Each Case should be reviewed under existing procedures available to the courts and the following the luncheon Sweet and other Vigo county Post commanders toured the continued on Page 11, col. 5. Hopes that the annual meeting expected of the International monetary a. The committee of Twenty p find opening monday can we hold its first session next pre0cupiefl with Chart a course for Early Mono thursday As the if meetings i it mrs tary reforms. End. But Maria predict it issues confronting the 124 take two three or even non communist countries one years to Hammer out a Vear after the monetary Crisi. System. Months in stating its a. A that unhinged the Worlow a cur a q want an Agenda pro and its former Boss re no les and Brough de a Yod pc by the smithsonian pc rotary of the Treasury John a Virth nation of the Dollar Are explore agreement the pact reached b Connally insisted on Stab a Jyh mouthed in the following questions last december in Washington Lis Ament of t in enlarged Nego Vetn f and answers which fixed new and higher sex that eng body. West of the City of a g. Q is there dispute Over the change rates for several eur q Why did he do that no significant Battle action enlarged common Market a Lunay weaving a web of Trade prefer fences with in coun Jive rest a a. Tow the action so far leukaemia March begins this week need for a solution to shaky rope an currencies and the currency values speculative at japanese yen. As Well As a de tacks and recurrent crises that valued Dollar endanger the growth and flow of Trade a. None in principle. But there Are serious differences in approach and the . Stands almost alone on some major issues. Q. Will the if meeting pro vice answers a. It has no such Power. But it will launch a new negotiating forum. And its sessions next teenagers from Clay ver a Eek should produce an Agenda a and .3rkp Caus a. For negotiations. A a help in the q. What is the new forum a a the committee of Twenty fight against leukaemia it replaces for this purpose Hodgkins disease. Muscular Only the so called Quot group of dystrophy. Cancer malnutrition and other catastrophic blood Dis eases the week of september 25 october 1. The drive is a memorial drive in memory of Marc Querrie who passed away from leukaemia last Spring the goal this year is $10.000 to help build a seven Story addition a partly it is generally be was reported m the three South pm provinces of the 1st Mili continued on Page 10, col. 5. Lary Region a Quang Nam. Zaung tin and Quan Ngaio following a 27-round rocket barrage that hit the Danang air base Early saturday morning. In phenom penh the Cam of Xian High command reported that communist led troops fought their Way into the Market place of Chabak. 23 Miles South of phenom penh and surrounded three other villages be Low n along Highway 2 on saturday. Trip inf Star receives award Louis Keifer. Right president and general manager of the Tribune Star publishing co. Inc., accepts the past District commanders Media award in behalf of the newspapers. Presenting the award is left rav Anglin past do riot commander and chairman of the Vigo county american legion Council a aids committee. And Robert Quot Bill Sweet commander of the Indiana department of amen can legion. The weather by National weather service weather map on Page 14. Ewdinn a and Raud sunday a ill Chance to the Hospital. Because of the of a Boner continuing through monday. Jacl at at st. Jude s children �?~.�?z7 sol tip Quot research Hospital has been Able rain�?10 per cent sunday and sunday up in Zernis Filion leukaemia a he for a much As seven years in Indiana sunday through monday a licks referrals to the variable loud Ines a ill a Hou some Putnis it Funai. Era. High monday 10 Hospital have increased to More u.linoi8 a sunday variable loud Mes than pc Hundred 3 a it. At st. A Rob Shower and thunderstorm Likely a Rob Shower and thunderstorm Huely jul Dpi a Hospital there Arf no a sunday night cooler end a ,11 ing monday partly a Unno. A Basiee of counts receivable Ano 3 1 i continued on Page 11, col. 4. Showers. High 8unda� �s-7 monday partly sunny Chanco to Howery. Rign sunday Sa-78. Danny Thomas Luride today s Tribune Star Page obituaries. Editorials news digest 1� society and clubs 33-43 youth activities. T farm news. 72-73 j sports. 45-30. V state news a a schools. 74-75 movies. Markets. 25 want ads. 50-64

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