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August 13, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 14

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I4A--Aug. 13, 1972 f Sunday Gazette-Mail -CMrlMtsn, Wnt Vlrjim* · Churches Unhappy With Bomb Reply ( N v T;m»* Cor,,;TM m. m. v m. ·/ Y. Times Service UTRECHT. Switzerland--The Rev. Eugene Carson Blake, general secretary of the World Council of Churches, said Saturday that the White House's reac-: news conference on the eve of tion to his recent letter to Presi- an 11-day session of the coun- dent Nixon denouncing the al-til's Central Committee here/spokesman in the "same harsh leged United States bombings of j Blake noted that the President the dikes in North Vietnam was'had not replied to the letter "unsatisfactory." | calling for a halt to the "inten- Replying to a question at a tional bombing." The letter had drawn only a "response" from a White House APPLIQUE QUILT KITS Reg. 13.50 Complete an heirloom quilt with complete materials and instructions. For yourself or a gift. Famous Living Rose" Pink Dogwood" Iris Garden" Third Floor SEMI-ANNUAL YARN SALE 20% OFF ALL KNITTING YARNS Brunswick Windrush, machine washable, 4 oz. skeins, reg. 1.79. Brunswick Knitting worsted yarn, 4 oz. skeins, reg. 1.69 Brunswick Pomfret sport yarn, 2 oz. skeins, reg. 1.10 Brunswick Fingering yarn, 3 ply, 1 oz. skein, reg. .75 Reynolds Fisherman yarn, 2 oz. skein, reg. 1.09 ART NEEDLEWORK, Thijd Floor ' terms" used to criticize Kurt Waldheini, the United Nations secretary general, and United States senators who had expressed concern over the bombings Blake said. Blake's strong stand on the bombing issue is expected to be fully endorsed by the 12-member policy-making committee for the agency grouping 250 pre- testant, Anglican, Orthodox and old Catholic churches of more than 80 countries. A resolution placed before the committee calls for an immediate halt to American bombing in North Vietnam and a total United States military withdrawal by the end of the year. Rev. Eugene Blake "Unsatisfactory' 9 OUT Bullet in Brain May Put End To Boy's Escape in Heroin BOSTON (AP)-As a child George McNeil learned the ways rf the streets in Roxbury, Bo's- wounds from three bullets from ton's slum. Four years ago, when George was 9, his family moved from Roxbury to Dorchester. It was a Jewish neighborhood in those youths entered his store Wed- days; Willie James McNeil, his wife and their seven children were only the .bird black family on the block. George never :ook to Dorches- er. He preferr- id to roam with us friends in Roxbury, pound- ng streets like Blue Hill Aven- SALE 1.43 SALE 1.35 . SALE .88 .SALE .60 .SALE .86 4 PIECE BRAIDED NYLON RUG SETS IMAGINE! FOUR PC. SET AT THIS LOW PRICE! Colorful Nylon Yarns masterfully braided and blended into beautiful long lasting rugs. 1 -large approximately 9x12 size, 1--approximately 3x5 sire. 2--approximate/ 2x3 size, Gold--Green--Red and Brown. Reg. 59,00 Third Floor George ue, a tough, dilapidated area full of rundown buildings, little markets, high crime. When George didn't come home last Wednesday night, his parents weren't alarmed. George had stayed out often, running with friends, shooting heroin, in up just for kicks." Doug, 15 lies in Boston City Hospital with a gun fired by the owner of the Market, John Sturniolo. Sturniolo, who had been robbed before, told police four trouble a ' )use an ^ crime among the young is not a new or THURSDAY'S NEWSPAPERS shocking story. They say they brought the news: George had been critically wounded when he and three of his friends tried to rob one of those little markets to |et money for heroin. One of bis friends was wounded, another was taken into custody and the fourth remained at large. If George survives, his doctor says he will be a human vegetable. T h e r e is a tremendous amout of neurological damage," Dr. Kenneth Ott said of the bullet which remains lodged at the base of George's brain. "Further surgery at this time would only cause aditional dam nesday morning, shoved a gun in his stomach and took, money from the cash register. Sturniolo, licensed to carry a gun, whipped a .38-caliber pistol from his belt and fired three shots. Ail three shots hit Douglas McGau'l- ey; one ricocheted into George's brain. OUTSIDE THE *STORE, po- ice said they found money and a stolen car. At the hospital hey found George and Doug, their arms lined with needle marks. G e o r g e had been brought to the hospital in an ambulance; a friend brought Doug. For the parents and for police in Roxbury, the symptoms of age." Police said the 14-year-ok youth taken into custody told them he and the others were looking for heroin money. They said the youth admitted a $40- a-day habit. Another friend, Douglas Me Gauley, said, "We would shoo r SORRY-NO PHONE OR MAIL ORDERS AT THESE PRICES! MANUFACTURER'S CLOSE-OUT SALE! FAMOUS NAME THROWS IV Solids and to 20.00--Save Now! AND SLIPCOVERS! CHAIR COVER 6 99 SOFA COVER 8 99 FASHIONABLE THROW COVERS 60x70 90x70 120x72 140x70 99 099 J99 799 0 Perk up your home for Foil! lavishly fringed on all sides, seamless, expertly tailored, slip on and off in seconr/s! No crawl with this non-skid backing, choose nvocodo, blue gold cr brown. Slight imperfections do not detract from the beauty and quality of these throw*. live with it daily. George's father says the shot which shattered their son's brain ended a five-year struggle against trouble, first in school and then on the streets. George lad been in jails, detention cen- :ers and counselor's offices. Every time he ran back to the streets. "I've been trying for five years to try and get George iome help," Willie McNeil said. 'We wanted him to be put in a school where he could get a good education and where he couldn't slip away whenever he wanted.". A few months ago, McNeil said, he finally persuaded authorities to have George sent to the Robert F. Kennedy Action Corps home for problem boys in Lancaster. Two weeks ago George ran away. He wasn't sent back. GEORGE'S OLDER BROTHER, Willie Jr., 17, said George began getting into trouble at an early age. "It started in school, and that just led on up." "People tried to give him a hand, and then they dropped him," Willie said. "They kept aying he was going to change when he got older. Everybody he hung around with used drugs . heroin." Willie said he had a "slight idea" his brother George was among the heroin users. The father said he knew nothing about drugs and his son, but said he often didn't know where George was and always had trouble disciplining him. DRUGS ARE*a way of life in the city slums, said J. Edwards Johnson, executive director of a drug counseling center at Bostin State Hospital. I'd say as much as 35 per cent of the children between 12 and 15 here have drug problems, either alcohol, marijuana, cocaine or heroin," he said. "We make arrests there all the time," Capt. Joseph Cummings said, "but it dosn't do any good. Age is no factor. I guess a lot of it has to do with .he living situation. There is no way out of it. Heroin is an easy way for them to enjoy themselves. It's an easy out." It's an out Doug may never ake again. Algerians End ~ Panther Search With No Arrests ALGIERS--(AP)--Algerian poke have ended a two-day occu- Dation and search of the headquarters of the international ection of the Black Panther movement in Algiers. Officials said Saturday no arrests were made. All the Panthers except leader Pete O'Neal left the building for an undisclosed destination. 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