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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 22, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Kia High Point Enterprise sunday August 22, 1976 pfc. 4% i democrats soldiers bodies a Earnes kick Oft today receives returned to . Nomination easy rider a motorcycle rider was taking it easy while steering with his feet and cruising at 65 Miles an hour on inter induction building to be sold new York a the building that housed the Whitehall Street induction enter a Way station for thousands of recruits and a target of ant draft demonstrations during the Vietnam War. Is up for Sale by the government minimum Price for the eight store. Faded red Brick building which covers an entire Small Block in lower Manhattan is $547,500. The general services administration said saturday. The Center was the target of a week Long protest by a coalition of Antiwar and ant draft demonstrators in december 1967 police made hundreds of arrests and the Center continued to turn out about 250 recruits a Day. The Center was the target of one bomb blast on March 30. 1968. And a second More powerful device ripped through two floors of the building on oct 8. 1969 african leaders seek solutions by Ray Kennedy associated press writer Johannesburg. South Africa apr moderate Black tribal leaders on saturday demanded a meeting with prime minister John Vorster to work out solutions to grievances they see As fueling recent riots in Black Urban areas. Leaders from seven of South Africa s nine tribal homelands met for eight hours at a Johannesburg Airport hotel. One of the Tew integrated hotels in the country they issued a Tough statement that rejected the White a Morita governments policy of apartheid or segregation of the races. They demanded the release of scores of detained Black nationalists and rejected the government s Contention that Black Power ideology Quot imported from the United sates had caused the disturbances. Quot we meet together in Wake Forest donations up Over 20 per cent Winston Salem a donations to Wake Forest University s Renolda Campus during the 1975-76 fiscal year totalled $5,404,345. Or 20 per cent More than in the previous year University officials announced included in the donations were $435,127 Lor the College fund the University s annual Campaign for unrestricted operating funds Tor the undergraduate College Rey no Ida Campus donations included $2,296,966 from foundations $1,123,709 from corporations. $803,594 from alumni. $675,571 from the Baptist state convention. $490,294 from individuals not alumni and $14,506 from other sources the Renolda Campus includes All schools except the Bowman Gray school of Medicine state 5 North of Salem ore., recently. His posture remained unchanged for at least 15 minutes. I a wire photo 8 in German bus crash Vienna. Austria apr eight persons were killed and 43 seriously injured when a West German tour bus plunged Down a Cliff into the Danube River on saturday after a Brush with a Small car driven by an 84-year-old pensioner police reported. An ambulance crashed and overturned after the bus Accident injuring two attendants. They said. Police quoted the pensioner As saying he had been driving the narrow winding Cliffside Road almost daily for 28 years and accused the bus Driver of excessive Speed he produced a certificate showing he had passed a reflex test that permitted him to renew his Driver s License five years ago. They said. The injured bus Driver said the Small car made a sudden turn and forced the bus Over the embankment it landed upside Down in the River in the Scenic a a Dachau Quot stretch of the Danube near Melk West of Vienna. An earlier report that la died was caused by confusion after the crash in which victims were hospitalized in different towns response to the continuing cry of deep frustration and despair of our people throughout the Republic which has manifested itself since june 16.&Quot Hudson it Santisi. Chief minister of the Gaza Kulu tribal Homeland told the gathering. We meet to express our deep concern at the future of this our beloved country the land of our birth Quot he said. June 16 was when riots broke out in the Blacks Only township of Soweto near Johannesburg the initial grievance was the enforced use of the dutch based afrikaans language in schools but later demonstrations have attacked other symbols of White dominance in this country where four million Whites exert firm control Over the destinies of 18 million Blacks officials say at least 252 persons All but three of them Blacks have died since the riots began and spread to Black towns around South Africa s major cities disturbances were reported saturday near Cape town port Elizabeth and Alice. In one incident a group of 20 Blacks beat a White Man and wrecked his car at 3 a m on a Road outside Johannesburg police reported Only the Transki Homeland and the swazi Reserve newest and smallest of the tribal areas were not represented at the Black leaders talks Washington a the democratic National committee is set to kick off on sunday in los Angeles its nationwide voter registration aiming to Register 1.8 million new voters by the november election on hand to speak at the opening ceremonies in downtown los Angeles will be rep. Andrew Young d-ga., chairman of the drive and a key Black figure in Jimmy Carter s presidential Campaign a democratic National committee statement issued saturday said the voter registration drive will concentrate on personal door to door efforts to Contact unregistered voters. Assisting the door to door activity will be a nationwide Media Campaign using posters flyers and a Public service announcements Quot the release said groups to receive Quot special attention Quot in the voter drive Are the Black and Spanish speaking communities a where there Are Large numbers of unregistered voters and where most new voters Likely would opt for the democratic ticket. Serving As National director for the drive is Joseph w. Aragon a California lawyer who formerly headed the in cd a division of Spanish speaking affairs. The democrats have formed a 15-person task Force co chaired by sen Wendell Ford of Kentucky and rep Yvonne Burke of California. To serve As an advisory panel for the voter registration Effort. Travis fab. Calif. A the bodies of two american army officers killed by North koreans last week were returned to their Homeland in Flag draped caskets saturday met by a 26-Man military Honor guard. It. Gen Edward Flanagan commander of the 6th army. Represented the Secretary of the army during a Brief solemn ceremony at the Airstrip Here. The Honor guard at attention saluted As the caskets were carried onto waiting hearses. Several dozen base residents watching the procession also saluted. Col. Erroll Loving Travis information officer said the bodies of maj. Arthur Bonitos. 33, of Newburgh n y., and it. Mark t Barrett 25. Of Columbia. S.c., were taken to the . Army mortuary in Oakland. Bonitos body washing flown later to new York and Barrett s to Columbia. Funeral service for Bonitos promoted posthumously from Captain to major was scheduled for tuesday at West Point. A spokesman at it. Jackson near Columbia said barrettes body would arrive in Columbia on sunday afternoon and burial would be at Greenlawn memorial Park there on tuesday. The two officers were killed wednesday while heading a Security detail to prune a tree near Panmunjom in the demilitarized zone Between North and South Korea. The american led United National command Uno said the tree s branches blocked the View of North korean positions from a unc checkpoint. Three North koreans were reported killed. North Korea has charged that the americans and South koreans attacked its troops. Jefferson City to. Apr the Missouri democratic committee on saturday awarded former gov. Warren e. Hearnes the party s nomination for the . Senate the nomination was won in the aug 3 primary by rep Jerry Litton who was killed in an election night plane crash Litton 39 his wife. Sharon. 38 their children Scott 12. And Linda 13 Pilot Paul Rupp jr., 44 and Rupp s 18-year-old son. Paul Rupp Iii. Died in the crash at Chillicothe on their Way to a primary Victory party in Kansas City. The committee met saturday to fill the vacancy caused by Litton a death and awarded the nomination to Hearnes a a former two term governor and runner up in the primary election a on a 38-22 vote Hearnes will face the Republican nominee state atty. Gen. John c. Danforth in the general election in november. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi free lecture wed. Aug. 25 7 30 pm Owca Gatewood Avo. Free new York time Bevelled the to Book will be Given to those attending the lecture transcendental meditation technique Othot Flohrs on sue Sau All floor samples and demonstrator machines Are on Sale so you get great savings on machines that have already demonstrated their durability and Quality in the store. 102 South main 882-3349 four seasons Mau Greensboro 292-7150 534 80 off the stylist Mohme Rig Price converts from Flat bed to free Arm sewing. Includes 4-step buttonhole and front drop in Bobbin. 25 to Moo off re6. Prices on any boor Sample or demonstrator machines 20%0ff0naucabinets we stand behind these of my St atom machines like we stand be Hind very new Singer machine Singer sewing centers and participating approved dealers till a a trademark of the Singer company he cred Caballo n 1218 n m Vin St. J . 10-5�coni juniors Minic ships i a to Ltd. 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