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Twin Falls Times News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Twin Falls, Idaho
Weber Idaho 26 notre Dame 35 Alabama 10 Northwestern 0 Kentucky 35 Nebraska 0 army 77 Texas 7 Miami 23 Utah by 42 19 Boise state Humboldt 21 Kansas Oregon sum 1 1 14 69th 232nd Issue magic Home newspaper twin september 1972 25 even less Tor Carrier delivery philippine islands Isamii Amazon China sea Pacific Ocean sealed off martial Law declared by philippine president Marcos forced a Media blackout and prevented citizens to leave the country in an Iron isted Effort to Cruch maoist Story up Philippines purge reds 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 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 govern ment 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 Philip Pine foreign minister carols Romulo in new Marcos said the situation in Manila was Calm and persons arrested Fri Day night were being held in protective custody to protect them from harm at the hands of the National Peoples army an insurgent Harvard Dean shot to death Dean Strickland won honors Boston up Joseph a noted Black journalist and assistant to the Dean at Harvard was found shot to death in the Bathtub of his apartment Early George medical listed the death As an apparent Strickland had twice been nominated for a pulitzer assistant to the Dean of the graduate school of arts and sciences at was apparently living alone in the Harvard officials said Strick land spent much of his time visiting colleges around the nation to recruit Blacks for the graduate he began working for Harvard in 1969 cancer drug raises Hopes Oak callers from around the world besieged the Oak Ridge re search facility seek ing More information on what could be a breakthrough in the fight against scientists began charting a lengthy course of study and tests to see whether a bacterial agent proven effective against the disease in animals would work just As Well on the bacterial called has been used on humans in limited experiments scientists Hope to step up that program in the near although Michael Hanna head of the immunology department at Oak said such a study could take five Edgar chief of the Section on molecular biology at the Public health service Rocky Mountain Laboratory in said he has used the big bacterial agent without failure to produce tumor immunity in Guinea pigs and who has been working on the tumor immunity project in the Montana Laboratory for More than a said the big also was used on pre established tutors with a Success rate ranging from 50 to 100 per chances Are Ribi said that some Type of tumor inoculation process can be he said when he was speaking of he was referring to Ribi said the antigenic approach offers great prom we have used the tumor inoculation on animals and five to six months we have implanted a tumor and it will not on that approach there has been no he where the animals have first been implanted with the Success has varied from 50 to 100 per Amoz director of the University of Tennessee memorial research said we now have Basic information of what actually happens to the immune system through the use of a bacterial a Strain of mycobacterium this bacteria causes tuberculosis in cattle but not in and has been known for a number of years to stimulate the immune system older workers do Well new York Over 65 Are about equal to and sometimes noticeably better than younger workers on the a Survey released saturday the Survey by the new York state division of human rights also showed older workers Are at least As have fewer ont Ejob accidents and fewer absences due to accidents or other reasons than their younger the Survey covered 34 state agencies employing per of the employees sur or per cent were Over the mandatory retirement age of civil service employees is Twenty three of the agencies 70 there was no appreciable difference in the rates of absenteeism resulting from accidents or unexplained reasons Between work ers Over and under nine agencies indicated the Atten dance record of the older workers were Only one Agency reported less satisfactory attendance among older the figures were the same for Moores Plant goes up Jerome the new Moore business forms is now under construction South of Crews from Mitchell construction Are preparing the site and pouring preliminary site work is expected to be completed by Early Concrete foundations Are being poured for the Square foot Lowling Structure which will House the firms printing work is still underway on building designs for construction of the main when completed the plants annual Jerome payroll will be about million for up to 200 the Plant is the third major nonagricultural Plant to locate in the twin fall Jerome area in the past two joining Kellwood hosiery Plant in twin and Tupperware in now in is expected to reach Peak output by Moores Plant is located on 29 acres of land South of Jerome on state Highway political has its As by president Nixon reception by an overeager Matron at Rio Grande whose embrace pulled him off his feet and by vice presidential nominee Sargent who eats symbolic poor Peoples supper of Beans and tamales at related 7 up computer bids spark Gem hassle the reps from both the state auditor and the state High Way department Are biased in by David Horsman time news writer Boise an attorney generals stamp of approval favor of one manufacturer didst Stop the bloodletting at a ism at the expense of legislative probe of alleged improprieties in state computer leasing computer firms and state agencies clashed Friday in All Gibson he said they ignore a need for Competition in state electronic data processing exp acquisition and could cause Day testimony about claims by undue suffering to Idaho tax four computer firms that the state auditors office and High Way department were unfair in selecting new the irked computer salesmen charged that the states bidding supplied by the legislative procedure was rigged to permit committee when the subpoenas Only ism to successfully bid for two Large computer related the Legal dated thursday but never introduced in the hearing was drafted by chief Deputy attorney general Clarence the opinion Gibson added that his firm had nothing to gain economically in in answering questions were Gibson said he believed an order had already been placed by the state auditor when his office issued an rep seeking computer equipment on july he referred to a letter of dated May said All procedures required by which was sent by state auditor Law in awarding of computer leases were followed to the Suiter said it would not have been improper for the Highway department or the auditors office to enter into the leases without any bidding process attached to suiters letter was an opinion by assistant attorney general James Reid written april in reids acting administrative services director Robert Lenaghen was told that leasing of computers was under the jurisdiction of the department of administrative not the state purchasing bidding was therefore not in fridays controversial meeting five computer vendors appeared under subpoena to testify before the four of them claiming that bid requests or requests for proposals rep issued by the two state agencies were restrictive and prevented competitive Richard twin co chairman of the opened the hearing with a statement of including an evaluation of the claims and an assessment of the need for corrective uni vacs Gale was the first to his group distributed three volumes of substantiating materials to the committee Gibson said after the hearing that the materials were the results of nearly a years Joe Williams to the Boise office of ism requesting that the corporation place on order a system 370 Model 145 which will replace our presently in stalled system 360 Model 40 when it is determined necessary to expand machine con figuration Gibson included the rep issued by the Highway depart ment on 7 when he we believe the purpose of the two reps was merely to satisfy the advisability to requirements stipulated by the reps were designed to meet ism according to and disqualified All other computer continued on says it must be a sign of technological Progress that computers could develop into a political forecast Cloudy 18
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