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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 30, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Soviets assure help in talks by Barry Schweid associated press writer Algiers a Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger is meeting today with the presidents of Algeria and Egypt after receiving a soviet Assurance of help in getting Syria to agree to a troop disengagement agreement with Israel. Kissinger talked with algerian president Houari Boum Dienne for 3mi hours monday night after his arrival from Geneva and another session was scheduled this morning. . Officials said Kissinger wanted to make sure of Boule Dienner so special relationship with Syria. The american Secretary in a Brief statement said the United states is making a major Effort to find a basis acceptable to the syrians and israelis for stopping the fighting on the Golan Heights. American officials also reported that relations Between the . And algerian governments were improve nation observes Day of prayer Washington a today is a National Day of humiliation fasting and prayer in 32 states an Observance that started with Senate passage of a Resolution. A we will be fasting and spending time in meditation and prayer. In a sure be praying for the president and about the watergate crisis. That it will be cleared up that Justice will prevail. That a the Way ill Pray a said a Kentucky minister coordinating efforts to extend the services nationwide. The Rev. Tom Carruth of the Asbury theological Seminary spoke before president Nixon a televised speech monday night on watergate. He praised the plan for group prayer saying a there is great value in United prayer. Something happens when two people Pray together that does no to happen when they Pray the Senate passed the Resolution dec. 20 by unanimous consent with Only a few senators present. Sen. Mark 0. Hatfield r-ore., who introduced it said it was modelled after a proclamation written by Abraham Lincoln setting april 30, 1863, As a Day a to confess our National sins and to Pray for clemency and ing but. Have not yet reached the Point of formal restoration of diplomatic relations. Kissinger was flying to Alexandria this afternoon to Confer with president Anwar Sadat of Egypt then on to Israel wednesday and Damascus on thursday. Informed sources said it was Likely he also would visit Jordan saudi Arabia Kuwait and several other smaller persian Gulf states sometime in the next week. Kissinger flew to Algiers after nine hours of talks in Geneva with soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko. They issued a joint communique saying they had agreed to exercise their influence a towards a positive outcome and to remain in close touch with each other so As to strive to coordinate their efforts for a peaceful settlement in the the communique appeared to represent a gain for Kissinger in his quest to have Moscow use its influence with Syria to achieve an agreement with Israel. But american officials said the soviet pledge was basically one of attitude. They said the russians intentions would not become Clear until Kissinger arrives in Damascus. Meanwhile israeli defense minister Moshe Dayan said in Tel Aviv the israeli government has not changed its position on withdrawing from syrian territory. Mayor assures fearful san Francisco citizens san Francisco a mayor Joseph l. Alioto says san franciscans a have reason to feel safer on the streets because of his weekend meeting with an informer about the City so a Zebra slayings Case. The mayor told newsmen monday he interrupted his Campaign for the democratic gubernatorial nomination to return Here from san Diego for the meeting which he said began at 3 a in. Saturday and lasted hours. Alioto did not divulge what information the unnamed informer provided or elaborate on Why he Felt City streets would be safer because of the City Hall conference which police homicide inspectors also attended. A $30,000 Reward has been posted for information leading to the arrest of Black gunmen who have killed 12 White persons and wounded six other Whites in attacks which began Here last november. But the Reward and the largest police manhunt in City history a codenamed a operation Zebra because of the radio frequency police Are using in the cases have led to no arrests. Alioto said the random shootings May be linked with As Many As 68 other murders throughout California dating to 1971. He said a the murderers Are a group of persons rather than one person and a a we re talking about at least four. A a we re dealing with folks who have made 18 murderous assaults on san franciscans and in my opinion 80 murderous assaults on californians. They re All documented cases. The same m o. Method of operation was involved in them a Alioto said he was not cer Tain All 80 killings Are connected but he said they follow a a similar pattern namely random killings of Whites in circumstances where there is no motive a spokesman in the state attorney general s office said there had been 71 unprovoked unsolved murders in California from 1971 to Date. He said they generally fit the description of the 80 murders Alioto cited but he said he had no information on any racial aspect involved. Police it. Jim Lynch of Long Beach said at least three White persons were killed by Blacks in Long Beach and while there was a similarity to some degree there were some a striking differences a a including killings by gunfire in san Francisco were by gunfire and by knife or bludgeoning in Long Beach. State to let sticker bids despite goof Raleigh apr the state Secretary of administration William l. Bondurant has decided what to do about the $10,800 bumper sticker boo boo. He says he will have the state do what it should have done in the first place advertise for bids on the 200,000 stickers that ted Harrison publicist for the transportation department ordered without getting bids As required by Law. The stickers were intended to get motorists to comply with the new Speed limit of 55 Miles an hour to conserve fuel. Bondurant Hopes that capital communications inc., the Raleigh firm that Harrison ordered the stickers from will submit the Low bid. If it does the state will pay the bid Price on the stickers already delivered. Bondurant said a we Hope that capital can be the Low bidder to protect their interest in this. But if they Are not the Low bidder it is the states position that the state itself was never in a contract with capital and consequently has no Legal duty pursuant to the arrangement Between or. Harrison and Fri gets Hearst Case Calls san Francisco a the Fri says it is getting Many Telephone Calls As a result of a Public Appeal for information in the feb. 4 kidnapping of newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst. A we Are checking them out but there have been no pertinent developments yet a Charles w. Bates special agent in charge of the Case said monday. Meanwhile the terrorist sym ionese liberation army which claims it abducted the 20-year-old coed from her Berkeley apartment has Only five Days remaining to accept an offer of $4 million to feed the poor in Exchange for her Freedom. The Hearst corp. Has pledged the Money for a massive food distribution program if miss Hearst is released unharmed by saturday. _ High Point Enterprise tuesday april 30, 1974 a impeachment effect emphasized by Jeffrey Mills associated press writer Washington a president Nixon says his impeachment by the House of representatives would affect a the lives of All americans for Many years to come and would be Felt throughout the world. In his broadcast address monday night Nixon said he is turning Over transcripts of watergate related conversations to the House judiciary committee and making them Public a because this impeachment is an Issue that profoundly affects All the american even if he is not convicted by the Senate his impeachment by the House a would put the nation through a wrenching ordeal it has endured Only once in its lifetime a Century ago and never since America has become a world Power with global responsibilities a Nixon said. The president returned several times to the theme of what would happen to the United states if he is impeached and he stressed How it would affect americans role As a world Power. Asserting that a we live in a time of very great Challenge and great Opportunity for America a a he provided his assessment of what could happen under a continued Nixon administration a we live at a time when peace May become possible in the Middle East for the first time in a generation. A we Are at last in the process of fulfilling the Hope of Mankind for a limitation on nuclear arms a process that will continue when i meet with the soviet leaders in Moscow in a few weeks. A we Are Well on the Way toward building a peace that can last not just for this but for other generations As turning to Domestic matters Nixon said a there is vital work to be done in moving to control inflation to develop our Energy resources to strengthen our Economy so that americans can enjoy what they have not had since 1956 full Prosperity without War and without he said the voluminous materials he is making Public a will provide All the additional evidence needed to get watergate behind us and to get it behind us now. A every Day absorbed by watergate is a Day lost from the work that must be done by your president and by your Congress a work that must be done in dealing with the great problems that affect your Prosperity affect your Security that could affect your 12 Success stories a they overcame hearing loss a free Booklet especially prepared to encourage americans of All Ages who suffer from uncorrected or untreated hearing loss to seek help. Well known celebrities from Oil walks of life Tell their personal stories of Triumph in their Fields because they overcame their hearing impairment. Free today at Central hearing Aid inc. St n. Main . Fox ims High Point no. 2721 Tel ms-41 is Dahlburg hearing aids a a the Market is Over a j we Are open for business. J we already have received j j some new samples. More j will be arriving in the next j j few Days. Watch for grand reopening direct furniture sales j 108 e. Commerce Street 4-2m 4 Al i help wanted full time Cashiers plus personnel for Home improvement and toys. Apply in person monday thru Friday 10am til 5 pm 2300 n. Main St. On May 7th vote for and re elect h. Vance Pegram to the Guilford county Board of education a vote for me is a vote for your child h. Vance Pegram a supports medium size school concept a feels we must give stronger support to neighbourhood schools a feels we must have Good discipline in our schools for learning to take place a feels we must place greater emphasis on Reading writing. And Basic mathematics a 21 years experience in education Guilford county and Greensboro schools a graduate of High Point College a master s degree from unc Greensboro All registered voters in Greensboro High Point and Rural Guilford county can vote in this non partisan school Board election. Bush Hill Lodge no. 732 a f a a m. Virgint communication Tim Ida y april 30, 1974 a Tafao aph Anite. Cat a Robert j. Winfrey master j 0an Keily Secretary Bridge collapse buries 20 Kempten West Germany apr a Highway Bridge under construction collapsed Early today and police said about 20 workmen were buried by the Concrete and other wreckage in the Valley below. Rescuers recovered two bodies and were digging frantically for the missing men. Two hours after the collapse rescuers had freed nine survivors. The 195-foot Bridge on the Kempten Ulm autobahn apparently collapsed while Concrete was being poured for the Road surface. The workers plunged nearly 50 feet Down into the Little Valley through which the Leucas River demo rot Chi Roy Vii Alexander. For District attorney youth revival the Woodlawn Baptist Church will hold a youth revival beginning thurs. May 2 and continuing thru sat. May 4 at the Woodlawn Baptist Church 3201 n. Main St. Conducting the services will be the Rev. Pat Ray of the Woodlawn Baptist Church and Piedmont Bible College. Services begin Coch evening at 7 30 with special singing nightly. All Are urged to attend. 14 274 dwt Itaman afraid you re going deaf Chicago Iii. A fur offer of so a Cia interest to those who hear hut do not understand words has Iteen announced by to tone. A non opera ting Model of the smallest Beltona Aid Ever made will let a Given absolutely free to anyone requesting it. 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