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September 10, 1972

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

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14A--Sept. 10, 1972 *Sunr/fl V GiOHftte-Mail --Ch»rlt«tori. Wwt Virginia Dili From NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE. 70 NOAA, U S, Otpt. ol Cammerct FORECAST Figur** SK«w High T«mp*rotur«»i Fxpitcted Fw Daytim* Sundoy Warm weather is expected in the ar ea today with t e m p e r a t ures reaching into the 70s. T r o p i c a l storm Dawn is off the Eastern seaboard. Some rain is due for the southern tips of Texas a n d Florida. (AP Wirephoto) From Nixon Flood relict has become something of an issue in the 1972 presidential campaign, at leas in Pennsylvania. Nixon's Democratic opponent Sen. George S. McGovern, made a quick trip to the area earlier in an effort to capitalize on the discontent of those who feel fed jeral help should flow faster. From Pave 1 r" 1 ll*l«r«(f Palpitation Not Indicolcd- Contull Lrrnl The Weather Sunrlss Sunset Sunday S»pt. 10, W2 id to upo*r 70s. Low* mid to 8:43 i FORECASTS 1-5-6-7-8: SLtnnv. Mostly clear and cool toniont. Hiqns low to mia vierifin 70s. Lows low to mid 505. V I R G I N I A not 9: Sunnv. Highs in the m:d 70s. L O A S UDwr *)s to low 505: W E S T V I R G I N I A -- Sunny. Htjhs In the 70s. Lows in the sos, BTMZY with partly cloudy skies. Highs from 70s to around 80. Lows 2-3"! (Charleston): Sunnv. Hiqhs in Jhp 50s. OHIO -- Sunny and * little warmer. Hiqhs in the 70s. Lows In the 50s. KENTUCKY -- Pleasantly warm. Highs in uDoer 70s to low 90s. Lows in the low SH to 40s. SATURDAY'S HUMIDITIES S a.m. 90 11 a.m. . 59 5 o.m. . . . 51 SATURDAY'S WIND Hionest 10 moh from N at 7 a.m. TimptriturM Saturday's high 76 Saturday's low . . . Record hish for this date was 75 In 1W9 Record low for this date was *S In 19S1 From Page 1 Israeli, Syrian Planes Fight Hot Battle an border during the Israeli-Syr-ters but the two Arab craft ia dogfitht. eluded them. Thirteen houses were de- In a sharp comment on the stroyeri and three were dam- Israeli reprisal raids, the week- aged, the spokesman said. :ly Akhbar el-Yom of Cairo de- There was no indication; clared: "Commando action is whether the rockets came from | not responsible to any govern- the Israeli or Syrian planes. jment neither is any government A preliminary report from j responsible for commando ac- U.S. case-fire observers on the tion carried out by secret organ- Israeli-Syrian border reported'izations. that four Syrian planes bombed) "This is what Israel refuses to and rocketed thp Golan Heights accept. Israel regards every and on their return were inter-Arab government as being re- cepted by two Israeli planes, isponsible for all commando or- The report was sent before the ganizations." dogfight. ; Israel said its raids Friday The day began with Israeli;were against bases of Palestini- planes flying reconnaissance an guerrillas, who were respon- over the Golan Heights. Syrian sihle for the slayings in Munich, antiaircraft guns opened up. and; Turning to Munich, the Cairo were brought under fire from weekly added: "The mistake! Israeli ground forces. No cas- made by the commandos as ualties were reported. .they planned their operation, In the sea battle, the Israelis was that they did not take into said one of their missile boats consideration the fact that Ger- was on patrol when an Arab many is under American mill- craft opened fire with lightjtary occupation and consequent- arms and bazooks. The Israelis! ly is on the same side of the replied with cannon fire and "in international scale as Israel.'' the exchange the terrorist boat: *· was sunk," said a Tel Aviv A LEBANESE government communique. spokesman reported two more *- bodies were found in the debris THE REPORT of the Pales- O f a Palestinian refugee camp tine news agency said a guerril- at Nahr el Bared, in northern la boat and an accompanying Lebanon. This brought Leba- Palestinian boat encountered non's death toll in Friday's Isra- the Israeli boat. In the engage- eli raid to 18 killed and 31 ment the guerrilla boat sank the wounded. Israeli craft, it added. ' Palestinian commandos dug Near the end of the battle, the trenches around refugee camps) agency continued, the Israeli in Lebanon and manned antiair- vessel was reinforced by eight craft guns, expecting new Isra- gunboaU and several helicup- eii air rains. Tropical Storm Dawn Is Dying The Associated Press Tropical Storm Dawn, reduced to little more than a zephyr by| seafarers' standards, weakened and drifted away from the North Carolina coast Saturday. The storm, which had approached hurricane intensity last week, was spotted by aerial reconnaissance planes about 75 miles east of Manteo, on North Carolina's Outer Banks, at noon Saturday. The planes confirmed that Dawn was getting weaker. Winds of about 40 miles per hour were recorded in a small area near her center. The U. S. Weather Service predicted that Dawn would continue to move east Saturday night and turn northeast Sunday. Its impact on the mainland was slight. MXON MADE things happen in a hurry as he toured devas tated sections and talked with householders. One man reported he was liv ing in an attic with his wife The President turned to Carluc ci, who made the helicopter trip with him, and said the federa government should provide the family with a mobile home to use until their own dwelling is repaired. Carlucci had a whispered conversation with one of his aides and then told the man, Frank Vivian, "You'll be taken care of today or tomorrow." When a woman announced plans for a picnic Sunday at one of a number of mobile home parks erected by the government, Nixon asked, "What do you need--more hot dogs?" The young women replied that hot dogs would be in short supply so the President told Carlucci to round up extra supplies of wieners and soft drinks. "The kids like that," he said. Nixon's decision to visit Wilkes-Barre was so abrupt that not even the Secret Service got to the city ahead of him. In fact, not a single member of his bodyguard had time to put on a tie. Wherever t h e P r e s i d e n t stopped, however, smalJ crowds gathered quickly and he mingled freely with people seeking handshakes or autographs. McGovera Has Spy Among Republicans report of a Democratic spy in One of the five men was iden high GOP circles.) McGovern said two carload of persons had driven up to hi headquarters about 3 a.m. on the morning of May 27 bu drove away when they fount "someone was sleeping in the doorway of the headquarters and others were working in side." Asked how he knew they wen would-be wiretappers, the candi date said: "We have the infor mation from a source who was very close to what was happen ing that night." McGovern did not elaborate further, but the Times learned that the source was an individu al directly involved in the two incidents who moved at a high evel through the whole cover undertaking over a period o: months. Nor did McGovern say whether the source still was close to Republican campaign affairs. McGovern said that "maybe at some later date we'll think it's advisable" to disclose the names, but for now he wanted to "work with our legal people" on the matter. Asked whether there was any evidence connecting the individuals in question with the Committee to Re-Elect the President or with the White House, McGovern said "There's no question in my mind they were connected with the Committee to Re-Elect the President." Police surprised five men ear- y on the morning of June 17 nside the Democratic national eadquarters in Washington. Poice said the men, wearing rubber gloves, had at least two sophisticated devices capable of picking up and transmitting oral and telephone conversations. tified as James W. McCord, se curity director for Presiden Nixon's reelection committee. The Democratic nominee, wh in the past has called for a special blue-ribbon investigation of the whole Watergate break in, Saturday proposed former chief justice of the United States Earl Warren or Lee Rankin former U.S. solicitor-general both Republicans "who wouk be respected by both sides," to head the independent inquiry. NAC Truck Hit Twice By Bricks A Newspaper Agency Corp ruck was struck twice by sricks as it drove through Kanawha and Putaam counties Saturday. The truck was first struck as t passed under the 1-64 crossing at 40th Street in Nitro. A com- jany spokesman said the brick jounced off the vehicle causing ittle damage. A second brick was tossed at he truck, driven by Albert Valker, as it passed through lometown in Putaam County. ["he missile hit the truck's side. No damage was reported. Self Defense Class Offered at YMCA A class in basic self defense or women will be taught at the 'it. Albans YMCA beginning Sept. 25. The fee for the six-week ourse is $10 for members and 12 for others. The classes will )e held from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on Mondays. Highwall Strip Study Revealed by Governor debt service requirements in the peak years, Rockefeller said he would advocate committing between $20 million and $25 million annually for four peak years. H e acknowledged that Moore's figures indicate revenue from existing highway user taxes will be more than ample to carry the road bond debt at its peak. He added he hoped the governor was correct, but said he was inclined to doubt the figures. Moore said studies indicate five-year period administration that over a existing user ;axes can be expected to yield "$98 million more than would needed to service our road jond indebtedness." He said, "Our revenues from road user taxes are literally gong through the ceiling." Moore said an annual growth rate of| 13 per cent in road user tax revenue had been expected but ,he growth is now running at a 23 per cent growth rate as a result of increased traffic. As to the administration's studies that indicate present rates Moore would said, be "I sufficient, hope I'm right...if I find otherwise, then I'll make the appropriate recommendation and be unafraid." · · « ROCKEFELLER was critical of what he termed Moore's attempts to withhold information or manage its release to his advantage. He used the term "appalling" in discussing a statement by Moore last June that in the campaign he would respond only to charges coming directly from his opponent and only if they dealt with the manner in which he has performed his duties as governor. Rockefeller told the newspaper people gathered, "He is afraid of you." 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