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Gunman Attacks Hospital Qaksburg Register-Mail GALESfitttG, -ILL., MON., JUNE 25, 1973 Sfec. 2 PAGE 17 GOLDSBORO, N. C. (Opt) -,saw. Two men were killed and A man carrying .'a rifle walked Into an Air Force base hospital Sunday, said "I'm going to kill everyone in this hospital," and then shot down everyone he three others wounded. The gunman fled with his rifle out the rear of the one- story Seymore-Johnson Air Force Base hospital, and INSTANT •, Mates Ice-Cream In 5 f o 7 min • Old-fashioned, home-made ice cream from pure in- .gradients found in your own kitchen. • Great fop dietetic' ice-cream, Ice milk, sherbets. .• No mess or fuss—uses no electricity, no rock salt or crushed ice. So simple to use that children can maka ihelrown icecream! • Let- ihb mirada freezing agent do the work for you. .• Freo booklet 1 with fabulous recipes. although the base was scaled off for hours as anmcd squads searched.for him, it appeared he had successfully escaped the 4,000-acre reservation. Gunman Fled A military spokesman said the gunman, described as black, about 5-fobt-6, wearing a tan sport shirt and dark trousers, was believed to have fled in a small blue and white foreign car driven by a woman. "We have no Idea who he is, and until we do, we won't have any Idea about a motive," said a spokesman. One source said the gunman calmly said, "I'm going to kill everyone in this hospital" when he walked in the door of the emergency entrance. Tiefused Interviews The three wounded men were all in satisfactory condition Sunday night, but military officials refused to allow them to be interviewed. The gunman, according to Capt. James Dilda, information officer at the base, walked in the door about 9:30 a.m., and shot one man standing in the entrance. He then whirled and carefully took aim, shooting three men sitting in the medical corps office to his right. Then he walked a few steps and shot a technician in the Xray department before fleeing out the other door down a corridor. In all, he fired six to eight shots, aiming carefully. The dead were identiifed as Sgt. Larry S. Smith, 22, of Phillip, Maine, a medical corpsman, arid Airman Louis Santiago, 20, of New York City, a security policeman who had reported for sick call. Airman Anthony P. Leonetto of Weatherly, R.I. was hit in the wrist and cftest. Sgt. John It. Hayes of Rochester, Mass., was hit in the left chest. T. Sgt. Roger T. Halzerson of Redmond, Wash., received a superficial shoulder wound. Prisoner Exchange DeadlockWill End Earthquake in Japan A strong earthquake wais reported early Sun- a quake a week ago. There were no im- day in the northern Japanese islands of mediate reports of damage or casualties. Hokkaido and Honshu, which were hit by Map spots vicinity of quake. UNIFAX Painkiller Supply D windling READ THE WANT ADS! NEW YORK (UPI) -The] federall government's effort to! fight heroin addiction by paying Turkish farmers not to grow opium poppies has helped create a shortage of the painkillers morphine and codeine in the United States, says an American Medical Association report. Draft Report The draft report, which will be voted on during the AMA's convention itihis week, said if an adequate supply of opium is not restored the shiortage "will lead in the near future to the unavailability of drugs essential to good patient care." Morphine, codeine and heroin are derived 1 from opium. lit urged the government to "take all measures necessary in the present emergency and in future years to insure that an ample supply of opium and its derivatives are made available to the medical profession." The report, prepared for the AMA's Board of Trustees, was made public Sunday at the opening of the group's 122nd annual convention at the Americana Hotel. Scientific Papers Scientific papers will be presented and official policy set by the 244-member House of Delegates—$ie AMA governing body—before the 12,000 physicians an dtheir spouses and about 20,000 persons in health- melated jobs return home. As the convention opened, about 600 protesters demonstrated outside for and against abortion. I In recent years opium for medical use has been in short supply, but with the cultivation ban now in effect some medical authorities predict a worldwide opium deficit of 300 tons or more this year. In 1971 President Nixon announced the government of Turkey had agreed to halt by June 1972 the cultivation of opium poppies, from which an estimated two-thirds ^of the heroin reaching America was derived. . , The U.S. reportedly gave the Turkish, government $35 million to compensate the opium farmers for their losses. SAIGON (UPI) - The Viet Cong said today it had finally reached agreement with the Saigon government on a timetable for resuming exchange of military and civilian prisoners of war, ending a two-month deadlock. On the truce front, the Saigon command reported 61 cease-fire violations in the 24 hours ending at noon today, 17 fewer than in the previous 24 hours. Three Attacks Three small ground attacks and a shelling, all within 40 miles of Saigon, killed three government soldiers and wounded seven. Two Communists were slain in one of the actions, a command spokesman said. Five persons were killed and two wounded when a hamlet administrative office was attacked deep in the Mekong Delta, 100 mites southwest of Saigon. Comimunis/t casualties were unknown, the spokesman said. On Sunday, the command reported killing 22 Communists in a spurt of fighitng in the Mekong Delta. Viet Cong press officer Capt Phuong Nam said today agreement for the resumed exchange was made through the Joint The familiar chocolate bar or syrup starts out as tropical •beans dried and shipped from South America or West Africa. Military Commission (JMC). He said the releases are scheduled to resume Friday and will continue through July 7. In that period, ho said, the Viet Cong will free 617 persons and the government 533. Timetable Provisions The timetaible also provides for visits by representatives of the two sides to a prison camp operated by each side. The Vict Cong prison visit will be on July 2 at Due Nghiep in Plciku Province in the Central Highlands. The following day a government prison camp at Tarn Hicp in Bien Hoa Province, near Saigon, will be visited, Nam said. A command spokesman said the delta fighting broke out when Communist troops attacked a South Vietnamese infantry position Sunday morning near Kicn Thien, 125 miles southwest of Saigon. 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