Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 30, 1972 · Page 27
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August 30, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

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South Vietnamese give up on Rte. 13 Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, Aug. 30, .1972 C-l SAIGON (AP) - After nearly five months of grinding, bloody battle, the South Vietnamese have abandoned effort* to open Highway 13 to An Loc and are reverting to "mobile tactics" to forestall a threat to Saigon, military sources said today. Lt. Gen. Nguyen Van Mlnh, the commander in the Saigon region, has put a new task force of some 10,000 troops into the field. Government forces have given tip all fixed bases along the 15-mile stretch of Highway 13 between Chon Thanh and An Loc, a stretch where they had been stalled In costly fighting since early May. The sources said the North Vietnamese forces now appear to be trying to move south toward Saigon on courses paralleling the highway. Some officials believe this is part of a new offensive effort that, according to captured documents, is being readied for the immediate Saigon ajrea next month. President Nguyen Van Thieu predicted such an effort in a speech Aug. 1, saying the Communists would put pressure on Saigon before the U.S. election in an effort to create economic crisis and political unrest in the capital. The plan's early phase already is being manifested in a series of attacks and terrorist incidents that temporarily sever main highways leading into Saigon. Most of these attacks have been concentrated along Highway 4, Mr. Bee's Foodliner 560 East Airline Drive Rosewood Heights Open 8:00 a.m. to 9: .10 p.m. MONDAY thru SATURDAY We Welcome Food Stamps MR. 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Homer Gray, Sr., 102 Grandville, Bethalto, was charged with theft over $150 for checks he cashed at the National Food Store in the Eastgate Shopping Center in East Alton and at stores in Wood River. In all cases, the checks were written on the Gray Construction Co., 109 Southard, South Roxana. That address is a vacant lot, according to South Roxana Police Chief Ed Bailie. The senior Gray's checks were for $175 at the food store and three for ?150 each in Wood River. The younger Gray, 19, 121 E. Lorena, Wood River, was arrested for cashing a $175 check at Sav-Mart in Wood River. Young Gray was arrested at his home Monday evening. His father was arrested at the police station late Tuesday morning when he came to see his son. The elder Gray, 45, told East Alton police when they questioned him at Wood River that he had been drinking and gambling when he cashed the check at the food store Aug. 14 and needed the money. He added his son thought the checks were good. Gray, Jr., had cashed a $225 check at the food store Aug. 14, but Assistant State's Attorney Tom Holland refused a warrant against him because, he said, it would be virtually impossible to prove he knew the check was fraudulent when it was written. All the checks were signed by the father. He Is being held in the county jail under $10,000 bond. 2 teen robbers shot to death by police in Chicago CHICAGO (AP) - Two teenagers were shot to death early today and a third youth was captured by police after a highspeed auto chase through the city. Five women who police said three robbers took as hostages at a North Side restaurant were rescued af;er the getaway car was forced off the road by police squad cars and crashed, bursting into flames. None of the hostages was seriously injured in the crash One policeman was slightly injured in an exchange of gunfire. One youth, Michael Jone.5, 17, was killed by a police bullet as the getaway car was forced off the road. The other, Michael Larry Griggs, was shot in the head by police as they said he attempted to flee the scene of the getaway car crash. Police gave this account of the robbery attempt and the chase which followed: Jones, Griggs and Louis Tarver, 21, who was captured by police, entered the Kiyo Japanese Restaurant on the North Side shortly before midnight and robbed th" patrons and the restaurant cashier. More than 100 police sir- rounded the restaurant an.i police snipers were stationeJ on nearby rooftops. But the robbers used the five womc-i hostages to negotiate for Hie getaway car. Before the robbers fle<J the restaurant, a woman inside the restaurant, who polr-. 1 identified as one of ilu- hoslagi'h, screamed to >li • policemen gathered uutside. "They arc going to kill mi 1 . Don't you understand'.' They've got guns. 1 wan! ilu- street clear. Pltase clear ihc street." Police were instructed by Deputy Police Supt. Walter Valk* not to fire at the getaway car or the gunmen during the chase "under any circumstances until the hostages are safe." The wounded policeman, Virgil Perisee, was shot In the arm by one of the fugitives when, apparently unaware of Valleo's order not to fire at the getaway car, began shooting at the auto during the chase. Vallee said the three men lost control of the auto after exchanging shots with Perisee, enabling a police squad car to run the getaway car off an expressway, ending the chase. He said a shotgun and two revolvers were found in the getaway car. Vallee said the men left behind the money they took from the restaurant, cashier— about $1,000—when they fled the restaurant. The five women were treated at a hospital for injuries they received from glass shattered in the crash of tile car. Old photos of Capitol \VASIIINCiTON (AP) -Two pictures of the White Holism ami the C'apitol which the Library of Congress says are the earliest-known photographs of the buildings have been focnd in a San Francisco flea market. The two, among six daguerreotypes recently acquired by the library, were believed laU-ii around 18-lli by John I'lumlir Jr. I'lumli! 1 . the library said. omv luitl a \\iishington J.I'.U-IN luii muted to .ia.i l''l .IIU'lM'O. 'llie >:.•. pictures were discovered by Michael Kesslw, a Los Angeles collector of and equipment.

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