Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 11
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August 27, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 11

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i--Aug. 27, 1972 Sunday Gasette-MaU * RELAXING, WORKING ON SPEECH 18 McGovern Suns At Washington Home DRIFTERS McGovern Jabs at Greece To Draw Jewish Support By Douglas E. KneelanH | The Rogers announcement, © New York Times Service made in Atlanta, at the 50th WASHINGTON-- Sen. George anniversary dinner of the Order S. McGovern continued Satur-|of Hie American Hellenic Edu- dav his concerted effort to winl c a t i o n and p TMressive Assn. back those membe, of the tr ditionally Democratic American tones. Jewish community who have; McGovern has promised that drifted from the party because; if elected "I would announce the of their opposition to his candi-l i m m e d i ate termination of all fi acy United States aid to the Greek .u-'u i. ,. -* · · dictatorship." Although the Democratic prcs- _ , ,. ., . .. . , . . . . . . . i Before noting that the six de- idential nominee was resting at| strnvers w o u h j take up slations his home here after a tiring j in Athens next month. Rogers week on the campaign trail, he i '"directly rebuked McGovern. issued a statement sharply at-| He said il wollld be ' ;the ult tacking a Nixon administration i m a l e an'ogancc of power" to plan to use Greece as the homei 1 '^ an im P ose Am encan will on port for six destroyers from the lotncrs evon m the name of Sixth Fleet as "jeopardizing ourS c ° Tnscie " cc - . . . commitment to Israel." ' ^ hls cnUcism Saturday, ,, ^ , ,, . ,. 'McGovern gavs a sympathetic McGovern warned that ne; nod in t he direction ,,? those Greek government's friendship: A m e r i c a n s of Greek ance ^ with Arab nations might cause , w h o ^ Dresent Grcefe it to m terfere w,th any attempt: government. * rn iifrt 4hrt r-liiT\i- hnfru-J J l-irn«-i * / \ ! ° to use the ships based there to "Many freedom-loving Greek , T i · ,· r , jviaiiy ueeuuin-iuvins ^ireeK support Israel in a fame of need, p a t r i o t / a r e already 1()S f n£ , ,, e ·; ' - h ^ fw£ f s . afin ' . he ihat their freedom can be re- said the deputy foreign minis- storK , -, he saici ., Th fecl thc f Greece tod newsmen that er of Greece s friendly re aliens junla has slanch American .,, wh ., ; WJ1 , th the Arabs _ would rule out a n y | t h i n k ^,. hen thpv ]ook out their direct or indirect part,c.p a t,on. w i ridow£ and seo six Amcrican in any acts a.med at our Arabj d e s t r 0 ) e r S i soon to 1)e fol!owed , n s - ;by more and larger ships sitting! "This flatly refutes earlier ad- 'in Athens harbor?" ministration assurances that: Nevertheless, his principal ap-i Greece is friendly to our case inipeal seemed to observers to be Israel and will cooperate in the to the recalcitrant Jewish Dem- defense of that nation." ; ocrats. as he added: * * * I "And what must the brave MrGOVERN'S CRITICISM; people of Israel think when they was aimel at an announcement: know our strength in the Medi- Thursday about the home-port- lerranean is dependent on the ing arrangements that was ports of a nation which is in marie by Secretary of State Wil- league with the Arab coun- liam P. Rogers. .tries?" New Books at Library Civilian War Casualties Increase 100 Per Cent ® New York Times Service SAIGON--Civilian war casualties in South Vietnam have increased more than 100 per cen' since the current Communist offensive began in April, American officials said Saturday. The latest available statistics, which were made available on request, show that by the end of last month 24,788 civilians had been wounded. This was an average of 6.197 a month compared to an average of 2,700 for each of the six months preceding the offensive. been hurt than the statistics show, according to the officials. There have been no reports, for Reports on what kind of j example, from the worst battle wounds the civilians suffered (grounds such as those at Quang during the offensive, informa-JTri and An Loc. The reporting tion that sometimes suggests!system itself is based on the which side was responsible for I records of South Vietnamese the injury, have not yet bsgun to reach Saigon, the officials say. Even more civilians hospitals. Many of the civilian' wounded never reach these hospitals and have counted. therefore are not Several thousand civilians system for reporting civilians have certainly been killed in the deaths in South Vietnam, current offensive, but no one knows just how many. Sen. Ed-'.KIt'plnnit Population ward M. Kennedy has estimated/.; v l t l o s i o n (; llr b ci l that 15.000 died in the first five A U 7 A V r t nu , · , , .. . . BULAWAYO, Rhodesia--w-- weeks of the new enemy crive. Ncarly 2000 elephants wc ,. e However. American officials say,killed or captured in the Wankic that they are unable either l o i a n d Conare-Zhou game parks confirm the senator's cstimate'durinp 1071 to curb a population or offer figures of their own, explosion p.mong the animals, a since there is no comprehensive government report said. ·"·» Our 12th Year With Th*""" Some Quality Backyard SWIMMING POOL The Average Homeowner Can Afford. NO MONEY DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY Below Above Ground Model Pools On Display LACY'S Modern Pool DISTRIBUTORS 2103 T l h A v e . No. Chat. 744-2711 Among Uie titles received last week at the Kanawha County Public Library: ! Adult Fiction--Baxt. The affair at Royalties; Buchanan,; The Professional; Carr. The Miracle at St. Bruno's; Crowe, The Twice-Born; Dickson, The 1 1 Outposter; Eden, The Gilt- Edged Traitor: Gaincs, Stay Hungry; Garfield, Line of Sue-, cession; Handke, The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick;' Hanlcy. Another World; Hentze, Aloha! Means Goodbye; Kiefer, The Lingala Code; McBain, Sad-' ie When She Died; Melchior, Order of Battle; Mishima. Spring Snow; Moore. Lizzie and Caroline; Mullally, Clancy; Nce- ly, The Japanese Mistress; Randal. You Get Used to a Place: Ryck, Woman Hunt; Simenon, The Disappearance of Otlile; Weissman, Lords of Power; Wilson. A Green Tree and a Dry- Tree. Adult nonfiction--Back, Beyond Words; Barrett. Time of Need; B r i c k e r. Automobile Guide: Colby, Quilting; Cortina, Face to Face; Rrringtnn, The Davwi of Empire; Faraday- Dream Power; Feist, The Lion of St. Mark; Ford. Berkeley Journal; Forman. Law and Disorder; Gray. The Children's Crusade; Guitar, Properly Powe r : H a r r i n g t o n . Socialism: Hibbs, White Heuse Sermons; Horsfield, The Great Oeean Business: Klein, The Vince Lombard! Story; Lasko, The Kingdom of the Franks; Loveland, Emblem of Liberty; Norman, A History of Modern Ireland: SchwaiVAvelI.er Mountain Fstiilie.s in Transition: -Seaman. Free and F e m a l e : Seen Trhough Our Eyes; Symons, M o r t a l Conquences; Wilder, American Popular Song; YolenJ The Fireside Song Book of Birds! and Beasts. [ Reference--Baptist, Enjoyable} Foreign Living for Cost-Con- 1 scious Americans; Blum, Basic Books in the Mass Media; Col-j b y , Q u i l t i n g : Congressional] Quarterly Service, Civil Rights;! Da-vis, German army Uniforms! and Insignia. 1933-1945: Green. Only a miner; Jacobs, The Documentary Tradition, From Na- nook to Woodstock; Kallen, Teachers' Rights and Liabilities Under the Law: Latham, Famous Sayings and Their Authors; McHenry, A Documentary History of Conservation in America: Martino, Integrated Manufacturing Systems: Merlin. Man and Marijuana: Moore, Social Patterns in Australian! Literature: New Dictionary of! Modern Sculnturc; N. E. Regional Antipolluliffii Conference, Reuse and Recycle of Wastes; Olcotl. People "From the Other World: Prostann. The School Library Media Center; Selfridge, A Primer for Fortran IV On-Line: Vignone, Collocgive Bargaining Procedures for Pub- lie Library Employees; W.irren. Iri.-'h Glass: Wyckham, Images and Marketing. Juvenile fiction--Hoban. Count and See. Juvenile Nonfiction--Elli.s. Israel: One Land. Two Peoples; Jennings. The Shrinking Outdoors: Maiv.ani. The Wounded Earth: Rodman. Horace Pippin; Rounds. The Cowboy Trade; All His ("lion. Shaniro. A ' Whole World of Cooking: Wilkinson. 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