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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 3, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Syrians. Israelis continue Golan Heights gun duels High Point Enterprise sunday february 3,1574 in by the associated press syrian and israeli gunners traded artillery and tank fire for the eighth consecutive Day saturday on the Snow covered Golan Heights. The syrian communique claimed Israel suffered 25 troop casualties and lost three artillery batteries and several tanks in four exchanges on the Middle and Northern Sec Lions of the front. Israel reported no casualties the Tel Aviv report said a three hour artillery Duel began at noon when syrian shells hit israeli positions near Tel Shams and ret Jon in the Northern sector. The Battle reports coincided red attacking Cambodia Calif. Sex governor s so continues with indications in Damascus of stepped up diplomatic efforts to reach an israeli syrian agreement on disengaging forces along the cease fire line of the october Middle East War. The United nations emergency Force in Cairo said for the first time that egyptian troops Are redeploying along the Suez canal carrying out their end of the Suez pullout Accord that diplomats Are trying to match for the Golan front the separation of israeli and egyptian forces is Quot progressing normally without problems or difficulties despite some minor shooting take hostages Arab guerrillas seize freighter by Myron l. associated press writer Karachi. Pakistan apr three palestinian gunmen seized hostages aboard a greek freighter saturday and threatened to blow up the ship and kill their captives. They demanded that the greek government free two palestinian terrorists sentenced to death but the Athens government replied Early sunday morning that it would not negotiate with the commandos a under duress a a Pakistan foreign office spokesman said in Islamabad but the Athens government replied Early sunday morning that it would Mot negotiate with the commandos Quot under a Pakistan foreign office spokesman said in Islamabad according to the spokes Man a High greek official telephoned and said that his government Wes considering commuting the death sentence on the two prisoners. But he warned that if the commandos carry out their threat the a Athens prisoners Are doomed a the Pakistan government said the masked commandos stormed aboard the freighter a m v. Vona at dusk without any apparent violence and took the Captain chief Engineer and chief officer hostage. Karachi port authorities said the Captain. 60-year-old Kostas lil Ziotis was released by the commandos because of a heart ailment. A government spokesman said the arabs demands were forwarded to Greece with a note saying Pakistan would be Quot grateful to have reaction of the greek government to this message the foreign ministry said three Arab ambassadors from Egypt. Syria and Lebanon. Were flying to Karachi to help negotiate with the commandos authorities said the three gunmen identified themselves As members of a group called Quot Muslim International guerrillas a in a Handwritten note they said they would blow up the ship if the two palestinians were not released by 4 p in. A 7 a in Edt a sunday. W e have arms and bombs Quot the note said. According to a reliable source. Government denies visa for dancer Moscow apr jewish Ballet dancer Valery Panov said saturday that russian officials have told him his wife will never be allowed to leave the soviet Union arum that his own exit visa will be revoked or refusing to emigrate without her speaking by Telephone from Leningrad the 35-year-old Panov former Star of the kirov Ballet told newsmen he had been summoned to the City s visa office Friday. Quot they told me once again that i could leave by myself and i repeated that i would not go without my Panov said. Quot they then told me that my permit would be withdrawn and that administrative measures would be taken against me. They said no permission would Ever be Given for my wife to Calina Panov. 25. Also is a Ballet dancer. The couple has been seeking exit visas to emigrate to Israel or two years. Both were dismissed from the prestigious kirov company after making their applications. 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The american sponsored disengagement Accord Between Egypt and Israel Calls for israeli forces to pull Back to a line roughly 12 Miles East of the waterway while Egypt is to thin out its forces and heavy arms in East Bank territory it recaptured during the october War. Gen. Ensio Silas duo the Ian. Commander in the Middle East held discussions in Cairo with maj. Gen. Mohamed Abdel Ghany Gamay egyptian chief of staff on setting up an inspection system for forces remaining East of the canal the spokesman said u n. Forces also Are looking into charges that outgoing israeli forces dismantled and carried off equipment from Petroleum and fertilizer plants in Veitia on the outskirts of Suez City at the Southern end of the canal. His comments came As the american ambassador in Cairo. Herman Eilts met with egyptian foreign minister Ismail Fahmy against a backdrop of reports that Syria has advanced a set of proposals for separation of israeli and syrian forces along the Golan Heights front Ihsan Abdel Kuddus editor of the government controlled Achhar Al yom. Said that Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger has accepted a withdrawal line proposed by Syria Kuddus said Kissinger intends to invite israeli defense minister Moshe Dayan to Washington to discuss the syrian proposals a prelude to reopening the Geneva peace conference. By Denis Gray associated press writer phenom Penk Cambodia apr insurgents shelled the phenom penh area saturday sprung an ambush that led to hand to hand fighting and drove Back government troops at another Point near the capital. The cambodian command said saturdays barrage on five areas of the capital and its suburbs killed 17 and wounded 75. The casualty toll based on reports from police sources and newsmen was 28 dead and 94 wounded the rebels ambushed three government companies eight Miles North of the capital Field reporters said. At least five government soldiers were wounded and the rest were fighting the insurgents in hand to hand combat in an attempt to break out of the trap the reports said. Two companies of government troops crossed the Prek the not River South of phenom penh into rebel held territory but were driven Back Field reporters said. There was no report on casualties. Southeast of the City an estimated 200 to 300 rebels slipped through the capital s defense to within ilk Miles of phenom penh. Northwest of the capital there was fighting near a suspected rebel rocket launching site. About 1,000 government infantrymen. Backed by 25 a Mored personnel carriers fought with insurgents seven Miles Northwest of phenom penh where intelligence sources say the rebels have a launching site for i of Pound soviet made missiles. The fighting was in the area of the Pun phenom Pagoda where the rebels have an estimated 2,500 troops including reinforcements brought in from the provinces a cambodian Field commander said pushes irs Nixon probe by Charles Mcfadden associated press writer Sacramento Calif. Apr Edmund g. Brown jr., the California Secretary of state who is seeking the governors chair his dad once occupied is the driving Force in the state s investigation of president Nixon s tax deduction for his vice presidential papers. Nixon took a $576,000 income tax deduction for the donation of the papers to the National archives. That deduction played a major role in Nixon paying less than $6,000 in Federal income taxes Over the past three years according to White House statements. But Brown says his office has evidence the deed for transferring Nixon s vice presidential papers to the archives was backdated a full year meaning it was signed in april 1970 about eight months after a Law allowing such a deduction had expired Frank de Marco the los angles attorney who admits the backdating says it is perfectly Legal Ami really in t a backdating under the Law. He said the Dale of the actual Transfer of the papers to the archives governs the deduction not the Date the deed was signed Brown says de Marco has refused to say under oath if he told Nixon about the backdating. That refusal a raises the question of just what was discussed when Demarco talked to the president and whether de Marco talked about the signing of the deed a Brown says. De Marco says his talk with Nixon Falls under the attorney client privilege. Assistant White House press Secretary Gerald l Warren said Nixon did not Tell de Marco to invoke attorney client privilege and he said the two Quot did not at any time discuss any backdating of the deed nor did the president know anything about it. Here is a Date by Date account of developments in the Case a March 27. 1969 the Date on the deed transferring the Nixon papers to the archives a april 21, 1969 the Date on which the signing of the deed took place at a i los Angeles hotel. Be Marco notarized the deed with the april 21 signing Date. Brown says de Marco told him the deed was signed in his presence by Edward l. Morgan jr., then Deputy White House counsel. But de Marco said the deed was incomplete because a full inventory of the papers had not been completed a july a i. 1969 the Date on which a Law went into effect limiting deductions for the Type of donation made by Nixon. A March 1970 de Marco says appraiser Ralph Newman finishes a full inventory of the papers a april to. 1970 Brown s investigators say de Marco later told them this is the Date on which the deed was actually signed by Morgan at the White House a eight months after the new Law went into effect. Morgan said he had his Secretary retype the deed and that it was on this Date that he had Morgan resign it and he notarized it with the april 21, 1969, Date. A Jan. 18. 1974 Morgan re signs from his Job As assistant Secretary of the Treasury and says the deed controversy was in Small part responsible for his quilting he refused to say if he had signed the deed before the cutoff Date and said he knew now. But did not know then. That he did not have authority to sign the deed. De Marco has reportedly told investigators that after Morgan re signed the deed on april to 1970, he took the president and mrs. Nixon s 1969 tax return to them to sign. 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