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Danville Bee (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Danville, VirginiaThe Bee Danville to saturday oct 31 1970 surgical unit ends emergency Mission r i Amman Jordan a the Ray unit a Mobile Kitchen and Albert r Howarth of Westfield c a tvs j n i i election 70 president Nixon calling next balloting probably the most important and decisive election in american his tory has appealed to the nation for a vote of Confidence for himself and his programs Republican strategists in Illi Nois admit privately their at tempt to portray Democrat Adlai e Stevenson Iii As a Radical has failed and that Stevenson Likely will unseat freshman sen Ralph t Smith three members of the House agriculture posed in tuesdays election have accepted from a Well endowed political fund sup ported by Dairy Farmer that Hanoi has no Chance to win the War Antiwar demonstrations Are scheduled through the United states today in a reelection protest organized by the nation Al peace action coalition halloween parents police and civic groups Are on the Alert for vicious halloween tricks on youngsters such As poisoned Candy Aud apples spiked with razor Blades International Salvador Allende who be comes president of Chile next week names a 15man Cabinet that includes eight marxists j secrecy about its Supply and of enriched uranium in some that could be used nuclear weapons is threat tuning to bring the French gov v Crement before the european court of Justice on charges of treaty violations Indochina president Nguyen Van Thieu of South Vietnam tells his Cotin v try men that he will never sur tender to the communists or accept a coalition government and a National Charles Tex Watson used of leading two murder missions in which Sharon Tate and six others died has been declared insane and in danger of dying a psychologist says most peo ple think about religion twice As Many times a Day As they think about sex Basing his findings on a Survey of 3416 persons i five cities an elderly Man battling bureaucracy for he figures the government owes him finds a powerful us dist court judge Oliver j Carter Washington the civil service commission detecting signals of massive Federal layoffs is looking for ways to help thousands of government workers find new jobs when the a after tuesdays election the Justice department is sending several new recommendations to president Nixon in an attempt to curb mounting terrorist bombings and attacks on police the election Campaign apparently has delayed Only temporarily congressional probes into Why the Treasury department waived a longstanding Rule and allowed Union Oil co to operate a foreign Flag Tanker in domes tic Waters number 1 continued from Page one we want to see what we can dream up to help them get jobs he explained he said however the memos estimates were Only Good guesses drawn from scuttle but picked up by the commis 65 regional offices among the Federal agencies they serve throughout the nation Oganovic said a variety of factors could soften or Worsen i the Impact of the expected Cut t a lot of this will be handled by attrition he is by failing to replace people Avo number 4 continued from Page one quit or retire if Congress approves pro and Money he continued a lot of these people will be absorbed in new programs right now agencies Are cooperating but they dont know what their appropriations will be on the other hand he said if the Economy stays As it is or gets worse we Are going to a tougher time a lot Ciu be determined by what Hap in the Middle East and Vietnam in that Case civil service have to scramble to find jobs for the thousands of Federal workers thrown into the tanks of the unemployed by the dreaded in r Force from parents in the City and from a considerable distance in pit Sylvania county asking about the effective Date for the annual halloween tricks treat night or tonight in of sections parents under umbrellas escorted their costumed youngsters through the neighbourhood to assure that the Doorbell ringers were welcomed by Jouse holders in most Section the turnout was because of the housewives today were making sure they had on hand for those will celebrate for those to repeat last flights perform Ance police officials found Little Comfort in the probability that extra patrolling would b e necessary Bolh nights to limit the activities of mischief makers number continued from Page one sized conspiracy of terrorist groups Mitchell said there Are some of these anarchistic groups of nihilists acting on a National basis he likened bombers and police assailants to the Young per sons who threw eggs rocks bricks and bottles at the Pratsi limousine in san Jose Calif thursday but Mitchell said he could not continued from Page one warnings and the weather service said in can celing the watches general Rains Over the past 2v clays in Nelson Albemarle am Hyrsl Bot court Rockbridge Bath and Highland counties caused Sharp rises in Many Small streams More than 5 inches fell in some areas in a 24hour period in Nelson and Amherst where reconstruction work continues from the catastrophic floods of August 1969 the Piney River was flooding onto Virginia 666 at the county line three Miles West of the Piney River Community Between Woodson and Lowesville just West of the Tyro com Forsee suspension of civil Liber Munith on Virginia 56 there ties in he immediate future 1 was flooding at construe Ion Vum lug More Ciftan Siles to poor drainage future such As occurred in about Canada recently after kidnapped said the us taken precautions against possibility of kidnappings president r government has the went to Tom Prence school in am Herst county 15 others to the Rescue squad building at Rose land in Nelson All however re lined to heir Homes r signed a Host of new ant crime Day break today legislation including measures making it a Federal crime to bomb a facility receiving Fader Al funds and providing the death penalty for fatal bombings number 3 continued from Page one Zalez almost 25 years ago when while streams still were up somewhat authorities said there were no serious problems and no property damage had been reported persons evacuating their Homes did so on their own Initia Tive recalling the 1969 floods which took a heavy toll of lives properly the weather Strong Ridge of High pressure extending southward along the coast was expected to weaker laundry and 13 trucks and ambulances the american tally one army and one air Force airlifted to Jor Dan sept 20 two Days after the bloody 11day civil War ended u s Mobile army surgical hos Pital airlifted Here last month to care for the victims of Jordans civil War ended its mercy mis Sion today after performing an average of More than 40 operations a Day the 20 doctors and 220 other Hospital personnel began flying by King Hussein Back to their bases in West Ger Many and Britain ninety patients still in the Hospital were handed Over to the International red Cross whose medical teams will look after them medical equipment and sup the unit was housed in the still unfinished 700bed King Hussein Hospital just outside Amman in its30 Days in Iam Hian it cared for 668 patients 191 of whom became inpatients after an Appeal for medical Aid arid 471 outpatients by King Hussein the surgical teams carried it consisted of two separate put 1252 operations 278 of Mobile surgical units the 32nd which were classified As major Mobile army surgical unit based at Wuerzburg Germany under the command of col Wal lace r Lebourdais of to Urlouic Calif and the 48th air Force plies Worth just under air transportable Hospital donated by the Hospital to the jordanian government the equipment left behind includes two Complete surgical operating units 100 Beds an x based at Lakenheath Britain and commanded by it col Norman l Stahl of Ossian ind said Hassan Mohammed an 18 year old boy who had his right leg amputated above the knee stood on his new crutches on a Balcony watching As the Ameri cans leaved they saved Many lives we Are sorry to see them go he the Overall operation was commanded by air Force col of the 668 patients treated at the Hospital 10 died number continued from Page one delayed because of the need to consult with Congress h o w e v e r authoritative sources in new Delhi said an other Factor was the us desire to wait until the Indian Parlia ment recessed in september it reconvenes in Early november when members Are expected to raise the Issue of us arms sup plies to Pakistan us officials in new Delhi and Washington stressed that the Sale to Pakistan is a one time limited exception to the arms embargo placed on India and Pakistan following their three week War in september 1965 Sisco was quoted As telling the Indian correspondents that if in Dia made a request for arms from the United states it would be entertained on a Par with Pakistan and considered on its merits but Sisco added there was no pending request from India India has relied largely on the soviet Union As its main arms supplier while primarily on the United states since 1965 Pakistan also has received arms from communist China and both american and russian officials have said they decided to Supply military weapons to Pakistan to help re Duce chinese influence there the Indian government has strongly protested to the United states about its decision to sell arms to Pakistan the latest american decision is against the interests of peace on the subcontinent the for eign ministry said oct 9 after the decision became known publicly number 7 continued from Page one As a total loss with some damage to the entire right Side and will be required to replace the poles broken Guy wire another injury Accident about 11 pm As the nights halloween Observance neared an end was number 9 continued from Page one persons sponsors say Nixon will be in Utah on a Campaign swing for Republican Senate candidates units from veterans groups labor organizations and school children will March in the Salt Lake City Parade sponsors said with state atty Gen ver attributed to an egg throwing non Romney As Parade mar incident separate also about 11 Oclock last night on Winslow near Betts St a Driver succeeded in avoiding a pedestrian who stepped out in front of his car but when he braked and the Antiwar demonstrators said they would not interfere with the Parade confining their protest to such dramatizations As Selling apples on Street Corners and setting up swerved his vehicle hit a soup lines to protest military parked Auto belonging to spending ing the Roanoke Valley has had 487 inches police said 328 inches of rain had fallen in the Nelson county town of Tyro Between Sam Friday and Midnight in August 1969 Flash flooding in Nelson and Amherst and some other Virginia areas left 114 persons dead 37 missing and damage estimated at million up to 31 inches of rain fell in Nelson in less than eight hours state police said Friday Vir Ginia 56 at Tyro had been closed to traffic As had Virginia 673 North of Piney River and Vir Ginia 827 on the Nelso Amherst line other roads closed to traffic because of rising water were Virginia 666 from Lowesville to Woodson in Amherst county and Virginia 617 arid Virginia 151 in the hat Creek area the weather service reported 450 inches of rain had fallen at Montebello in Nelson county by Friday night and 359 inches had been recorded in the Madison county Community of Criglersville Hunt pressed for kidnapped commissioner Montreal a Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa vowed Friday night that police searching for James r Cross the kidnapped British Trade com missioner in Montreal will re Tain emergency Powers As Long As these terrorists Are Loose on the t t i Ivio Lulu he came to Power in jm6 he a and move offshore today Pool Cal three in a move to win a frontal zone Over the he or support from the left but had second thoughts and acred them jailed after a few months saying they were be coming too powerful he then outlawed the parly the four socialist Cabinet and their positions Trocme Western part of Virginia and West Virginia will move slowly eastward to Central Vir Ginia by tonight Andon sunday will move northeastward Rains will end with passage of the Are Jose Toha Interior minis Ter Clodo Nuro Almeyda for eign minister Carlos Cortez housing minister and Jaime Suarez government general Secretary front with Clearing and Westerly flow of somewhat cooler air following shortly afterwards Early today the weather serv ice said Rockfish station had reported 507 inches of rain and Glasgow 417 for a 24 hour period Roanoke is weather Sla at Wood drum Field reported into 1 11 i Constitution went the City had 371 inches in on March 4 17s3 hours and since there was no Trace of Cross seized almost a month ago police arrested four More per sons Friday bringing to 409 the number of arrests since the Wai measures act was invoked two weeks ago a total of 132 remained behind bars Bourassa appeared on the French language network of the Canadian broach calling Orp i to answer charges that his gov service said a ornament overreacted in Crri Cust ing imply mentation of the a after Cross and Pierre Laporto Quebec labor minister were abducted by the Quebec libera Tion front the act allows arrest on suspicion and detention without charge for 21 Days Anc suspends most civil rights the front or Fly seized la Porte on oct 10 five clays after it abducted Cross the labor ministers body was found a week Laler in times like these must bypass or eliminate traditional methods of police work Bour Assa said or cannot change our police operations As Long As these terrorists Are on the Loose none of five men charged Pauline Jones elder 214 Winslow St there was an estimated damage to the left rear of the parked vehicle and another to the right front of the car driven by Andrew Eppes 1003 Washington St damage totalled about at pm on Riverside drive where a station Wagon failed to heed the yield sign and emerged from an Aiken Bridge ramp into the path of an on coming car a truck car reared collision at pm on Spring St at canal resulted in some damage and a 4 pm reared crash on Union near upper St caused damage estimated to total Early this morning a reared crash on main at Ridge brought about 0 damage a pm there was some damage in a sideswipe about 2000 students gathered Friday night at the University of South Florida in Tampa in an Antiwar demonstration that included Rock music a candlelight March was held on the Campus Early today and a Parade through downtown Tampa was scheduled later in the Day in Chicago the sponsoring oct 31st peace action commit tee said up to 25000 persons were expected to March through the downtown area to attend an Antiwar rally in Grant Park Jerry Gordon a Cleveland at Torney and coordinator of the National peace action coalition which tons throughout the nation would be linked to a recent grand jury indictment of students at Kent state University we feel that Nixon is trying to throttle the student move number 10 continued from Page one called the Demontra said other protests collision of vehicles travelling he said to turn them parallel lanes on Riverside info vegetables and to sterilize drive at Piney Forest earlier in the afternoon on s main near Industrial ave a car emerging froma private the campuses the student indictments were returned by a Portage county Ohio grand jury in connection driveway struck a passing City with disorders which led to a bus Back of the right rear confrontation with National wheel with damage totalling guardsmen in which four Stu Only about a hit run incident in the Early afternoon on w main near old Greensboro Highway involved a vehicle which failed to h after striking the right rear of the car of Louise Loftis walton1 23 Baldwin St who had Given a signal for a left turn and come to a halt them the afternoon and night hours also brought several minor dents were killed and nine wounded Gordon criticized Nixon campaigning for Republican candidates As a Las minute smear and fear Campaign which he said was designed to Avert voters from the Realis sues and problems that confront damage collisions on private driveways in new York the peace a continued from Page one sex prisons that results of the nov 15 elections be annulled if these demands were no met the kidnapped persons would be considered prisoners of War and shot the police said the documents made these other Points two weeks of terror also would coincide with the anniversary of the death of communist terrorist Carlos Maria Hula killed in a police ambush last nov 4 members of the Aln would take Mari Thelas remains to Cuba for burial near those of Ernesto Che Guevara terrorists received financial backing from comm Nisi parties in several nations would be dropped on Sao Paulo the nations larg est City by Small aircraft two weeks of terror would be known As the mar in Hula fortnight and Terr of squads would Rob Banks and establish contacts with the Tupa Maros the Urban guerrilla organization in neighbouring uru tray on Friday according to Diplo malic sources police issued instructions to High ranking Diplo Mats to stay close to Home Over the three Day weekend the instructions were apparently is sued in connection with fears of terrorist action on the anniversary of Mari Thelas death Mon Day is a religious Holiday picked up by Friday and opposition conservatives asked the government in the House o commons Wuy the search apparently is at a dead end we often come to this kind of situation during an investigation said solicitor Gen George mall rail he said Al most 600 Royal Canadian mounted police Are helping provincial and municipal police comb Montreal and its suburbs in the search for Cross and the fugitives meanwhile the Federal government was drafting Legisla Tion to be introduced next week that will supplant the Wai measures act presumably reducing its scope Bourassa has appointed Jean Journeyer 36 former labor Tion coalition scheduled a lunch hour Parade Down seventh Avenue from Columbus Circle to Bryant Park for a rally similar afternoon marches and rallies were planned in los Angeles san Francisco san Diego Seattle Portland de troit Philadelphia Boston co Lumbus Ohio and Atlanta in Elpaso Tex scheduled speakers in a rally at the University of Texas Branch included Rennie Davis a defendant in the Chicago 7 riot trial Spon sors said another 10000 demonstrators were expected at a rally at the state Capitol in Austin although police predicted the number would be much smaller Kate Millet feminist and author of sexual politics on the list of speakers for a rally at Independence mall in Phil Adelphia along with Stewart Mcacham former director of the american friends service committee and Jan Crumb founder of Vietnam veterans against the War a scheduled rally in Trenton no was cancelled Friday be cause of recent racial turmoil in that City following implement lion of a school busing plan in Waterloo Iowa permission to use Exchange Park for a two hour rally was held up until organizers posted a Bond to cover the Cost of any damage spokesmen for the los an Geles oct 31 out now commit tee said they expected several thousand persons and no Vio Lence at their rally postal for a coalition government is a machiavellian ruse he labelled All South vietnamese who support such a plan lackeys of the communists but my conscience is Clear he declared because i have not betrayed my countrymen and the sacrifices of our people i will never betray the nation i will never surrender to the communists or enter into any coalition with them Thieu emphasized that South Vietnam stands ready to discuss a political settlement publicly or privately with the North Viet namese and Viet Cong but he said that our Good will for peace has been met Only with intransigence by the other Side he referred several times to his theory that the War will just die out or fade away associated press correspondents Michael Putzel and Rick Merron reported from the North Ern cities of Danang and Chu Lai that flood Waters appeared to be receding in some areas but weather forecasts predicted continued Rains for the next 24 to 48 hours causing concern that the Waters were 12 feet above flood stage Allied military operations from the demilitarized zone to Danang and southward to Quang Ngai City were at a Vir Tual standstill us Marine Heli copters made Rice drops to per sons still isolated but in no immediate danger some of the helicopters were shot at by the Viet Cong one Sank in 12 feet of water and one of its four crewmen was reported missing four us marines reportedly drowned when their jeep was swept off Highway 1 Between Danang and Chu Lai vietnamese authorities said that at last report 102 persons were dead and another 147761 had been evacuated by helicopters and boats to higher ground All of the dead apparently were vietnamese and almost All were civilians authorities also reported about 1000 houses destroyed or damaged but observers said far More than that were washed away ten Bridges were reported washed out on the Battlefront North Viet namese troops launched a Sec Ond successive night of attacks on american Landing zones in the Central Highlands the us command said that in the latest attack enemy gun ners fired 25 rounds of mortar shells into Landing zone Wayne Davis an american base Camp by the associated press London a informed sources said today that lord Cromer a banker and former Diplomat has emerged As the leading candidate to be Brit Ains next ambassador to the United states the present ambassador John Freeman a former labor overment minister is preparing to leave the Post about the and of the year probably to re turn to journalism and television broadcasting they said Cromer 52 is chairman and managing director of Baring Bros a merchant banking firm in London from 1959 was minister in charge of eco nomic affairs at the British embassy in Washington Cromer a personal Friend of conservative prime minister Edward Heath arid foreign Secretary sir Alec Douglas Home has declined to comment on re its that both men favor him for Washington Taipei Formosa a president Chiang Waishek spent a quiet 83rd birthday with Lis family today but his coun ramen celebrated with dozens of rallies and hundreds of Par ties throughout nationalist Chi a the Generalissimo who has been president for 22 years made his usual request for no fanfare on his birthday As usual the request was ignored five thousand students held a rally in Taipei presidential backs amendments Raleigh a the North Carolina Republican Central committee is supporting All seven proposed constitutional amendments that will be put to the voters tuesday state gop chairman Jim Holshouser said Friday that the committee has officially endorsed the amendments North Carolinas Constitution has Long needed a thorough overhaul and these amendments offer a substantial step towards that goal Holshouser said in a statement 24 Miles South spokesman said of Plesku a some Ameri cans were wounded but thai none was killed a mortar and ground attack on Landing zone Oasis 16 Miles Southwest of Plesku killed three americans and three South vietnamese troops and wounded 21 us soldiers and 11 South vietnamese in Cambodia Viet Cong gun ners slammed heavy mortar shells on Krauch Sheuch a key Anchor of the governments defensive network some 12 Miles Northeast of phenom penh on the East Bank of the Mekong River there were no official casualty or damage reports the Village has been pounded repeatedly by the Viet Cong in recent Days the cambodian command sent More reinforcements to a Large operation Southeast of phenom penh aimed at rooting out North vietnamese and Viel Cong defensive positions 7 to 15 Miles Southeast of the capital one cambodian Soldier was killed and 25 were wounded in an amphibious Landing attempt that came under heavy fire number 11 continued from Page one the White House is an 18 acre office Home that includes 132 rooms 39 bathrooms 13 Gatehouse bomb shelter swim rung Pool movie theatre Doc Tor office and a Rose Garden the overseas Highway a Section of us route 1 that connects the Florida Mainland Vith key West is considered he longest overwater Road in the world injured All of them africans police reinforcements were called but tempers flared when an african was attacked by a police dog and railway police threw an african newsman camera to the ground Johannesburg mayor Sam Moss went to the scene and appealed to the crowds to Dis Perse which they did kc620aes oct 31 average wage up Raleigh a the aver age wage of Industrial workers in North Carolina during the first Quarter of 1970 was a week up from the similar period in the employment Security commission said Friday that average the chemical workers highest in the stale at per week world news the presidential Palace afternoon lighted spanned streets in mos major cities Rand almost All towns Huris Nigga scrolls which persons could assign to wish Chiang a Day plans were announced to pro vide residents of communist China witha big play by launching trying fireworks from the Tonali Sheld Island of que pity Hong Kong a Fraser newly appointed to to Canadas charge affaires in communist China Kong today for peking Foster said when he arrived in Hong Kong last monday that he planned to arrange a site for the candian embassy in peking and to find out about acc Flonda tons for the embassy Canada and communist Tichina established diplomatic ret Efiong earlier this month Bassadore have not Yeti idea named Moscow a Warsaw pact military commanders concluded a three Day meeting Fri Day in Varna Bulgaria which Tass said summed up state of combat readiness operational and military training in 1970 and discussed tasks for 1971 the official soviet news Agency added that All problem were discussed in a Friendly atmosphere and in a spirit of my Plaza and 2000 chinese who turf understanding Between All live in other countries visited participants number 12 continued from Page one if a Man chooses to dress differently or Wear his hair differently or talk in a Way that re Pels decent his business Nixon said but when he picks up a Rock then it becomes your business and my business to Stop him charging that the terrorists of the far left would like nothing better than to make the presi Dent of the United states a Pris Oner in the White House Nixon declared As Long As i am president no band of violent thugs is going to keep me from going out and speaking with the american people wherever they want to hear me and wherever i want to go Nixon charged Congress has Dilly Allied in passing new Laws to Deal with criminals and to called for election of senators who will approve Strong judges to interpret the Laws the nation already has he also called for a new attitude in which parents exercise their responsibilities in moral guidance for College administrators to Stop caving in to the demands of a Radical few and for moderate students to stand up to violent ones noting that Many have said he is risking his prestige by barnstorming for Republican candidates Nixon said i am a lot less interested in my pres Tige than i am in the future of this country Nixon called for the great silent majority of americans of ail Ages and every political per suasion to stand up and be counted against appeasement of the Rock throwers and obscenity shooters after the speech at sky har Bor Airport Here Nixon planned to appear in Albuquerque Las vegas and Salt Lake City a night earlier he called tuesdays election probably the most important and decisive election in american history and appealed to the nation for a vote of Confidence in himself and his program vote for those men who will vote for the president rather than against him so that the president can keep his promises to you the american people Nixon told 8000 Republican partisans in Anaheim convention Center and television viewers across the nation Friday night the Republican National committee purchased network time for a telecast of the speech of the Wake of thursday nights incident at san Jose Calif in which rocks bottles and eggs were hurled at the president Nixon had said the Lime has come to Lake the gloves off and that he would discuss in the an Aheim speech what America must do to end this wave of Vio Lence and terrorism but he gave a tone Down version of the same Basic speech he has been delivering in political swings about the nation the president said in refer ring to the san Jose incident its time to draw the line against violent demonstrators and that the Republican Candi dates for whom he has spoken have taken a Strong stand against this kind of Lawless Ness and this kind of violence Nixon appealed to voters to stand with these men who understand the issues after the speech press Secre tary Ronald l Ziegler said Nix on will amplify his remarks on the san Jose incident today in a speech at Phoenix first Stop on a four stale Windup political swing to Arizona new Mexico Nevada and Utah Nixon speech received an enthusiastic reception from the party faithful who waved Small american flags and held up multicoloured signs including ones that proclaimed no rocks in Anaheim and were for Nixon not rocks both of these were held aloft Behi Iid Nixon and in View of the television cameras in contrast to Many Nixon speeches there were no Heck lers and demonstrators inside the Hall outside a Levy dozen demonstrators some opposing the Vietnam War and others urging military Victory paraded on a sidewalk Nixon flew he 35 Miles from the Western White House by helicopter Landing in a parking lot out of sight of the the Anaheim appearance was designed principally to bolster the reelection Campa Igafo sen George Murphy the Field poll released Friday in California newspapers showed that demo cratic nominee John v Tulincy has length end his Lead Over Murphy in recent weeks from two to seven percentage Points Murphy introduced Nixon saying this is the greatest Hon or i have Ever experienced then blinking notice Fily As the president heaped Praise on him the program was opened by gov Ronald Reagan a Strong favorite for reelection Over Democrat Jess Unruh Reagan said we see the threat of an Archy in this land and sharply attacked Tunney saying a Young Man lusting for High of fice has forsaken decency and Honor then Nixon came on a Roar from the crowd by waving both hands fingers in an outstretched v into the air his biggest applause came at the Climax of a portion he Lof Leti uses in which he said the Pic Ture of Youthful shown on the nations television screens gives a false impression r l there not a majority of american youth they will not be the leaders of Ameri Ca tomorrow Theta president said he also Drew applause when he said in a system that pro Vides a method for peaceful change there is no cause that justifies a resort to violence or lawlessness in the United states aides said that the relatively restrained Nixon delivery was tailored to the fact the speech was televised it was the first National telecast on which the chief executive has appeared during the Campaign although Many of his speeches Jive been carried by local regional hookups Ziegler has no plans for further campaigning after saturdays swing on Sun Day he will Confer play some vice pres ident Spiro t Agnew who shouldered the Burden of gop Campaign efforts until the pres ident took to the Road in Arrivo that will have carried him into 23 states by tonight Hal Sisters accused mount Holly no two Hal Sisters employed at a Mill in this Gaston county town were charged Friday with making seven telephoned bomb threats against the Mill the two arc Lois Elaine Fos Ter 19 and mrs Martha her Ron 36 employees of american Efird Mills in 1830 the population of Chi Cago was 550 Sie Zhivago again Farewell to or Zhivago or Zhivago is bin from 5 Yea or it your but u or Zhivago in your of Milt nver on to hurry last Chance now playing v

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