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Winona Daily News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Winona, Minnesota Winona sunday news year of publication Winona Minnesota 55987, sunday september thirty cents per copy but Tanzania disputes claim Uganda reports heavy fighting arrive from Uganda this Bri Tish asian family arrived at London s Heath Row Airport saturday morning after being expelled from Uganda in East Africa under president Idi Amin s 48-hour get out ultimatum for an estimated British asians Uganda get out now in that country. The father p. R. Patel Center was the supervisor of a soap factory in Kampala the family had no Money or belongings other than what they could carry. A photo fax by the associated press spokesman said president Idi Uganda Tanzania dispute casinos since the exiles a Uganda military not Send its air Force was on hand to said the new last sunday. Man today reported heavy j bomb the area because libyan planes when out around the said african leaders fighting Between Uganda affect Many Down at Entebbe after Village 01 Mutu Kula Between his army and a Force Stop frying to intervene tanzanian troops but a Mili he appealed to Low Over the Sudan composed of exiles Settle the dispute. He said tary spokesman for to withdraw its radar detection former president efforts were hopeless denied the the said citing reliable quote who was ousted by Uganda was not the one latest report of from Kampala the and fled to started the Uganda source for strategic diplomatic moves pointed the fighting in an Uganda a army has newspapers warned hat lie reported underway by just inside Tanzania at the Bor men to for the planes landed late must withdraw or Anwar Sadat of Der Village of Mutu Kula. Has a 600-Man air night but they said it will be destroyed emperor Haile said a former ugandan official had been captured. There 21 combat plans while Tanzania has a 500-Man air Force and Only transports what route they took. The planes were turned Back wednesday by sudanese innocent people will be Uganda claims Ethiopia and others. Cairo newspapers said Sadat will Send Deputy foreign min been heavy casualties on Al Numair who have been massing Hassan Bilbo to Uganda tanzanian Side he libyan air Force planes fused them permission to Border and Tanzania Tanzania with messages to Tanzania s spokesman however declared the Border 400 soldiers and the Sudan. Numair wants Uganda s planes have bombed Amin and president Julius Nye on have arrived in Uganda tollo keep foreign armies out of its Border villages on three Mand reported everything quiet in House response order stuns British by Rodney finder London a eng land Sis med by a 48-hour get out ultimatum for an estimated British asians in Uganda has sent a special envoy to Kampala to figure out How to boil Down a two week operation into two Days. President Idi Amin s directive said that All British asians who Are being expelled under a nov. 8 dead line must leave the country within two Days of receiving exit clearance from the authorities. Britain believes some asians Are Al ready in that category. Britain is also worried about the safety of White britons working in Uganda. The most optimistic Esti mates so far say it would take two weeks to Fly out people. British airline executives met in London to review the problem. An indication of the Lon Don government s apprehension came Friday when the House of lords was told parliament May have to be recalled from summer re Cess if the situation gets much worse alongside the asians with British passports is a Large Community of White britons working in Uganda. They Are mainly in insurance banking arid technical jobs. These have report edly been told by their employers and British govern ment representatives to keep on working and keep your Heads but emergency plans to whisk them out if things get worse Are ready sources said. The ministry of defense said the Royal air Force was continuously ready to Fly to the Rescue of britons abroad but these plans Are not made in a statement broadcast by radio Uganda the spokesman said there has been very hot fighting Between the Uganda army and Tanzania troops and guerrillas and among he people captured at my Turkula Forest. Across the Border was Joshua Wak holi former minister of the Public service and Cabinet affairs in the former government. Or. Wak holi was captured by the mechanized battalion and is reported to be severely wounded. It is not known if he will reach Kampala. There were heavy casualties on the tac izanian Side and fighting is still going the spokesman said Uganda medical card belonging to it. Col. David Wyile Jook had been found near Mutu Kula and it is Likely that Jook was killed Dur ing the Coyite Jook who fled to Tan Zania after the overthrow of Uganda s former president Mil ton Obote in january 1971, was thought to have been command ing the guerrilla Force. Pow s trip Home delayed Marcos declares martial Law to avoid overthrow the associated press the Philippines government proclaimed martial Law closed major newspapers took control of radio stations and Cut communications with the outside world saturday. President Ferdinand e. Mar cos said in a broadcast heard in Malaysia that he imposed martial Law a arrest the Dan Ger of a violent overthrow of the addressing the nation Over radio and television he said the martial Law did not mean a military takeover and that civilian government would continue. Marcos said All colleges schools and universities would remain dosed for a week Start ing monday. All mass Media both domes tic and foreign must Clear re ports with his Malac Anang pal Ace before dispatching information or printing them. He also announced All Public utilities came under his govern ment s control immediately. The drastic measures came amid unrest caused by Thi country s worst floods in his tory and a growing wave of ered suspended. The univer Ity has been a Center of leftist Icli Vity. Marcos whose second term As president ends next year is warned recently of increasing communist terrorism. He said in a speech last week mar Ial Law might be needed to combat it. Police. Without warning shut Down All of Manila s news apers and All major radio and television stations before there was any announcement of mar Ial Law. Employees of the associated press whose Manila of Nice is in the Manila times building were ordered Home without explanation. With Access blocked to nor Mal circuits a newsmen used commercial Cable and Tele phone to report developments until the government Cut those channels. Shortly before the cutoff a correspondent Lynn c. New land cabled new York that there would be no communications for 24 hours. Vientiane a three american fliers released from North vietnamese Rispa Camps last week failed to arrive on an Aeroflot flight from Hanoi saturday apparently because North Vietnam feared waiting american officials would take Over the freed men. A statement signed by american Antiwar activists who Are bringing the three Home supported the probability that the North vietnamese decided against sending the men the first prisoners of War set free since 1969, Home through. Vientiane. A roman Catholic priest returning from Hanoi on Satur Day s flight father Harry Bury of the roman Catholic International Assembly of christians said he believed North Vietnam was awaiting a White House response to the activists statement before sending the men Home. In Washington Pentagon officials had no comment on the statement by . Antiwar activists. However Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird told newsmen at letter Kennedy depot in Pennsylvania that "1 certainly would recommend that these men turn themselves Over As soon As possible to their military Laird said that we of course will advise the three officers that we would recommend that they return themselves to military jurisdiction so that they can have the adequate medical checkups that they can go Forward with the kind of health reviews which we think Are very in Laird voiced his concern about the hundreds held by North Vietnam the North vietnamese in violation of the Geneva the statement a Telegram med copy of which has gone to the president was brought Here by Marianne Hamilton another passenger on the russian plane. The Vientiane control Tower refused to asked the russian Pilot whether the americans were aboard and it was t known if they were there or not until . Ambassador g. Mcmurtie god Ley walked to the foot of the Gangway and asked. A clue to the North vietnamese attitude appeared in a monitored broadcast on radio Hanoi. The vietnamese language broadcast said . Military officials were lying in wait at Vientiane Airport in the Hope of taking Possession of the three released pilots and Velum ing them to . Military the statement signed by the four american Antiwar activists repeated four conditions first set Forth by another radio Hanoi broadcast. It demanded that in order to meet the expectations of the North vietnamese government and to avoid risk to future releases the men should be allowed to Fly on civilian aircraft Given a St Jay leave if they wished Given a Complete medical examination at the Hospital of their Choice and to do nothing in the future to further Ameri can War activities in mrs. Hamilton a member of the same organization As father Bury said she thought the pilots and their escort would be on their Way Home soon whether Washington replied to Hanoi conditions or not. Preparing Tor 4 years of War trouble map locates the its capital Manila where police closed Down All newspapers and broadcast stations in the City saturday. A report that martial Law had been declared was attributed to the commander of the Manila metropolitan police. A Phol fax Marcos often has talked tempt to assassinate the de sense Secretary. An expected broadcast Satur Day by president Ferdinand e. Marcos was not heard by eve Ning. Philippine radio stations still on the air played uninterrupted music. The of declaring martial editor s note the Lorimer o this dispatch visited the Philippines recently Tal claiming at the same time that communist dissidents were receiving Aid appeared to be forced in Cebu and Mindanao. Government sources said Marcos signed the martial Law decree transferring Power to local military commanders late Friday. But other reports said the proclamation was dated thurs Day and had been prepared be fore defense Secretary Juan Ponce Enrile and his aides escaped unscathed from shots fired into Enrile s car by unidentified gunmen who fled. A Manila police spokesman said Ihram senators of Marco s opposition the Liberal party and a newspaper columnist arrested but gave no Rea son. Gunshots were reported on the Campus of the slate univer sity where classes Wert or Gomez i a Philippines noted a i Phil i often of his Power to declare martial Law As president Marcos. He has been talk ing of it for More than two years newspapers subsequently quoted Ferdinand e. Mar cos As saying he would in Voke emergency Powers to Deal with the intensified activities of the maoist new people s army. I assure our people that the exercise of Power and authority will be moderate dictated Only by Cir he told a Manila times reporter. Marcos also decried efforts to blame his govern ment for a recent series of bomb incidents in Capi country s worst floods in history and a wave of Ter Friday by ment has proclaimed mar stereo speakers the cynic claims that some politicians speak Ster Epp sonically from both sides of their Mouths any Mother can Tell you Bath Mats Are Little dry rugs that children like to stand next to when they get out of the water. Taffy Tuttle s boy Friend claims she s such terrible Cook that she has to put Tenderizer on frankfurters placard on Norman pick s desk Lead mow or get out of the for More laughs see Earl Wilson on Page 4a. Martial Law to circumvent Laws permit Ting him Only two terms in office and this led to accusations that Marcos him self was behind the recent spate of bomb incidents. In politics and govern ment charges have been made of graft and corruption and efforts to use Pri vate armies to build Power. The opposition liberals have charged that a climate of violence flourished under what they called Marcos Lack of leadership. Exactly what change martial Law May bring re Mains a question for the Philippines 38 million peo ple. By Peter Arnett Hanoi a president Nixon will probably be re elected in november without neg bating a settlement of the Viet Nam War so even though North Vietnam would like peace it has no Choice but to prepare for four More years of War said the editor of Hanoi s communist party newspaper nhan Dan. Hoang Tung also told four visiting american Antiwar activists Cora Weiss David Dellinger prof. Richard Falk and the Rev. William Sloane coffin and this reporter that North Vietnam believes it has beaten the american sit and naval blockade aimed at culling off armaments and fuel for front line troops and we can accomplish our object tives.1 Tung said we can hardly believe the War will end. After 17 private meetings Kissinger has shown no sign that Nixon is changing. The possibility for peace is greater now but if Nix on does not meet with difficulties in the coming election he will not accept a Nixon s strength Tung believes is in his incumbent and his dramatic visits to be King and he added with these to Strong Points Nixon has refused to accept a solution to the a and 1 Don t think progressive forces in America can Chang the situation now the Ideal political scenario for the North vietnamese Tun said would have Nixon de feated.1 on Jan. 20, when Mcgovern enters the White House w shall release the first series o . Prisoners. Within 90 Days the two sides would have solve problems and the last prison will leave Hanoi for Home r but even with Mcgovern los ing Tung said his movement will have support in future Nixon can win for Only fou years and Agnew won t take Over. The democratic candidate will learn from Mcgovern and win in he said. Because of this political situation Tung said the Best Way is for us to prepare for War. If Nixon does not end the related difficulties for the Orth vietnamese. We would have a com shed our goals in april this ear had not or. Nixon re the War with his avy and air Force. Because the a was re americanized we Ere unable to drive South Vietnam orces sweep Uang trip Hue Saigon a the Saigon command announced saturday hat South vietnamese rooms spearheaded by 200 a Mored vehicles Are sweeping Southwest of Quang Tri City ant Lue aimed at searching Foi my destroying the the drives Are a continuation of the Northern counteroffensive aimed at preventing North vietnamese forces from rec copying areas they had been chased out of earlier. The Sagon command said no Fresl rooms Are involved and those participating had been in place or weeks. South vietnamese forces re captured Quang Tri City Cpl 15 after a Savage 80-Day Campaign although most of the northernmost province is Sli either controlled by North vie namese forces or contested. Only three Days ago pres Dent Nguyen Van Thieu said i a nationwide radio address the the Victory at Quang Tri a Only the beginning. He said the major task of n capturing the initiative on a Battlefront a and driving nor vietnamese forces from Sou Vietnam still Lay ahead. The operations announced a urday were launched tuesday but were not disclosed by to Saigon command on grounds Security. The Only major lighting re ported so far occurred Friday morning the Saigon command said when South vietnamese paratroopers clashed Wilh ene my troops a mile South and two on the inside Talevi Ion prize words 5i opinion Post youth Calendar daily record word and music business i2b funds for sharing some Federal Money has the names of the City Al Winona and Winona county on h. The two governments appear in line for through fed eral expected to be signed into Law in Page 3a. Queen candidates Twenty file candidates Are vying for the title of 1972 miss la Crescent Apple Queen of Minne Sota in conjunction with tie 25th annual la cres cent Apple festival which opens Friday Story and pictures Page 9a. Loves that Village Edward Eddie Neeb 64, who has retired after serving As manager of the Altura minn., Muni Cipal liquor store for 28 years starts popping his buttons with Pride when he talks about his and pictures Page Ida. A growing movement the health food movement is continuing to gain followers across the nation. As a result More stores Are dealing exclusively in that area. New recipes have also been developed for organic foods. Some people Call it a revival others question it and Many Young people Are for and pictures Page in. Another upset Winona High school s football team an underdog for the third consecutive week authored its second Surprise of the big nine conference season Friday night by tripping Owatonna 12-6. It was the first time since 1968 that the Hawks had beaten the Page 8b yellow sports pullout. Area an inspired la Crescent High school football Cam Friday night thwarted Rushford s normally potent offence time and again in a Root River conference showdown and stormed to a 32-fl Victory to re main undefeated Story and pictures Page 8b yellow sports pullout. Stream Survey Trout but the most devoted of the species that is have Given up their casting efforts for another year and turned their attentions away from area s Trout streams fisheries biologists and technicians Haven t. In fact armed with unique fish shocking equipment they Are making detailed surveys of Southeastern Minne Sota streams Story and pictures Page lob. War the struggle will have to i Tung admitted that the Esca muted naval and air War Tad Miles Southwest of Quang Tri City. The command claimed 48 North vietnamese troops were killed but there were no South vietnamese casualties. Flexible furnishings in today s family weekly women s editor Ros Alyn Abrevaya has concocted a Complete full color pullout and save Section featuring flexible furnishings that can be adapted for redoing or up dating your Home. Increasingly America is be coming a country of people on the move and More and More americans Are building vacation Homes. Your Colo gravure Magazine takes the position that it s silly to waste Money on furnishings and fabrics that can t survive changes a our life styles

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