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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 7, 1972, High Point, North Carolina I v i the weather out from Havion Al Wiatrek stall of Hoa a us 0cpi of commo be forecast f for a to show Law until mining cold air returns the weather will be wonderful for the next Day or so a if you happen to be a ski resort operator a cold temperatures with a High probability of precipitation. A cold front moved into the tar Heel mountains this morning and is expected to continue passing toward the coast throughout the Day. In its Wake much colder air will be filtering into the state. Forecast North Carolina trav Elers warnings for the mountains this morning. Chance of Snow flurries mountains and rain showers or Snow flurries Piedmont with rain Likely Over Eastern sections today followed by partly Cloudy and much colder tonight. Tuesday mostly sunny and cold. Highs today 30s mountains. 40s elsewhere except 50s Southeast. Lows tonight Low to mid teens mountains and 30s elsewhere except Low 30s Southeast. Highs tuesday mostly 30s except 40s Southeast. South Carolina Chance of rain this morning More Likely with thundershowers Southeast portion. Rain or thundershowers and mild Southeast portion this afternoon but partial Clearing Windy and turning much colder elsewhere. Partly Cloudy and much colder tonight and tuesday. Highs today mid 40s mountains to 80s Southeast half. Lows tonight 30s Southeast portion to 20s Inland. Highs tuesday in the 40s. The forecast for the High Point area is for partial Clearing tonight with colder temperatures. Low tonight is expected to be around 20. Chance of precipitation is to per cent tonight and tuesday. Sunny skies and cold temperatures is the forecast Only in the mid to upper 30s. Following the cold front a Large High pressure system from the Dakotas will influence t h e North Carolina weather. Temperatures by the associated press 24 hours ending at 7 a in est station h l i Asheville cloy 44 35 Augusta cloy 83 48 .29 Charleston rain 66 55 .07 Charlotte cloy 47 38 .07 Columbia cloy 65 50 .08 Greensboro cloy 46 35 .06 Greenville . Cloy 44 38 ,12 Raleigh cloy 54 41 .02 Savannah rain 71 53 .69 Wilmington rain 63 53 t three Day forecast North Carolina cold with Chance of Snow mountains rain or Snow Inland East of mountains and Chance of rain coast wednesday. Lows teens mountains ranging to around freezing coast. Highs wednesday 30s Inland. 40s coast. Continued cd thursday and Friday with Chance of Snow mountains and Chance of rain elsewhere. Lows thursday and Friday mostly 20s. Highs 30s mountains to around 40 elsewhere except Southeast. Israel takes West Bank guerrillas Tel Aviv a Israel has announced the capture of two bands of Arab guerrillas including one whose members made two grenade attacks on tourists in the old Section of Jerusalem. One suspect confessed to throwing a grenade at a group of american pilgrims last september. Killing one Arab girl and injuring seven americans and five other persons. Another admitted that last october he threw the hand grenade which wounded 17 persons. Including three american tourists in the same area. A military spokesman said 13 guerrillas were capture in the Arab Village of Shuyueh North of Hebron in the occupied West Bann territory. Another band of guerrillas was broken up in the Gaza strip Security forces killed one. Wounded another and captured two others the spokesman said the captives confessed setting off two blasts on the same Day last month in the Northern coastal town of a Tanya and in the Tel Aviv suburb of far Sava he said. Five israelis were wounded at far Sava. In another development sunday a reliable source reported Bat France has agreed to pay Israel $75 million for the Mirage Jet fighters president Charles de Gaulle refused to deliver after the 1967 Arab israeli War. The payment includes $56 million Israel paid to France for the planes plus interest the source said. In Cairo the sem official newspaper Al a h r a in threw cold water on speculation that Egypt might now be willing to join in indirect talks with Israel on an agreement to reopen the Suez canal. The paper said the United states and Israel will be attempting to a tackle the impossible if they want peace without an israeli Al a ram was commenting on a statement by Joseph Sisco the us. Assistant Secretary of state that the u s. Government would now turn to Egypt since Israel has Agre d to the talks demonstrators must finish their terms Darlington s. C. It apr a Small group of White adults gathered near the Darlington i county jail Early sunday night to protest the return to jail of three men convicted of riot during disorders at a newly integrated school in Lamar two years ago. The demonstration was orderly and Brief. Jeryl Best one of the jailed men was allowed to leave the jail and talk with members of the group w to had gathered in a lot across from the jail. A a we re getting a lot of Public sympathy a Best told the group a i think the politicians realize we be got enough on our Side to control the elections this Best James Dewey Marsh and Delmer Kirven were returned to jail after the state supreme court ruled recently that circuit judge Wade Weatherford was without authority to suspend the remaining portions of their terms. Marsh completed his term today and was released from jail Kirven was transferred from the jail last week to the county prison Camp. High Point Enterprise monday pc Bruvry 7, 1972 3a movement in Aba drive would bar sexy ads from mail new Orleans a support is being lined up in the american bar association for legislation Banning sexy advertising from the mails. The drive comes from the Abas criminal Law and has the approval of the Justice department. The next step is up to the Abas policy setting House of delegates which convenes today. The proposed ban on salacious ads moving across state lines was introduced last month in the Senate by sen. Roman l. Hruska. R-neb., and in the House by rep. William m. Mcculloch a Ohio anyone who mails or trans ports a sexually explicit and would face prosecution and a $50,000 Fine or five years in prison. The ban would not cover ads that Are a Small part of a Catalon Book or Magazine that is not devoted primarily to sex. Leaders of the criminal Law Section voted 12 to 4 to support the legislation. The dissenters favored an amendment requiring the Homeowner who does not want to receive such ads to first notify postal authorities. Justice William e. Erickson of Colorado the Section chairman. Said the majority a Felt there were no first amendment or constitutional meanwhile a second Aba group asked the House of delegates to Back Bills in Congress to study the growing number of cases before Federal appeals courts in to years the number of appeals has nearly tripled while the number of judges has increased by about one third said the report by lawyer c. Frank Reifsnyder of Washington do. The pending legislation would treate a commission to revise the Federal appeals court system. In a third report the Section of antitrust Law asked support for legislation to enlarge the authority of the Federal Trade commission to protect Consumers. In prepared remarks for the opening of the House of delegates meeting. Aba president Leon Jaworski of Houston tex., said he Hacks a Bill to put the government s Legal Aid program for the poor in a new Independent corporation to protect it from political interference carpet cleaning the promotional von Schrader method Don t scrub the dirt grease and grit into your Corpel our machine vacuums it out As it deep cleans Tho carpet. A approved by carpet manufacturer a reasonable rate o net in two hours or less Piedmont maintenance co. Phone 883-0483 a he c it a Ltd it musical instruments and music supplies of All kinds from a i of pick to what a Ever you want. Remember Nash saves you Cash Nash jewelry amp loan co. 127 n. Main St. Ii quakes hit italian port Ancona Italy map i More than 200 Earth shocks and tremors Over the weekend caused 90.000 residents to flee this Adriatic City in panic. They feared a repetition of a 1930 earthquake that destroyed hundreds of Homes in the area. Despite assurances from scientists that the latest quakes were of far lesser magnitude. About 10.000 residents remained in their Homes. One person died from Shock Friday Ami two others were hospitalized by serious heart attacks. The 206 inmates of the local prison were transferred to other institutions sunday and death toll leaps by to in weekend by the associated press at least ten persons died on North Carolina roads Over the weekend raising the toll for the year to 154. At this time last year the death count stood at 161. The Highway patrol said six of the ten died when their cars ran off the roads they were travelling. They were identified As Benjamin Anderson. 23, of Wilkesboro Harry Fulbright 34. Of Statesville Wayne Crumpler. 18. Of Pikeville John Monroe Goldbold 22, of Florence s. C. Jerry Vinson 19. Of Autreyville and Joseph builds 25, of Madison. A pedestrian. Luther Butler 56, stepped into the path of a car on u. S. 74 near Laurinburg. Three others died in collisions. They were identified As Laura m. Crocker 25. Of Clayton Willis Cantrell 48, of Gastonia and Roland r. Ange 61, of Dover. Eight escaped during the move police tracked Down three of them. The que Kes rocked Wals and tipped cornices throughout the City and a wide surrounding area. Shops movie houses and offices All were shut Down. Tent Fayetteville fire claims lives of two Fayetteville no. Apr two persons were killed saturday when fire swept their Home at Fayetteville. Firemen reported that the bodies of Grover creeks 47, and his wife Dorothy were found in the ruins of the burned House. Three other persons in the House escaped. Police said the fire apparently started when a Candle on the living room Wall fell on a sofa and set it afire. Cities in Ang up in Fields near Ancona. 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Drinw00d restaurant English Road at county line phone 883-0627 Carters restaurant 1524 North main St. Phone 883-7224 if my m r a k. That a the Price you pay now that the tax and Money situation is Back to Normal. That s the Price you pay for a rear mounted air Coq de eng in e that s anti wafer and anti Antifreeze. That a the Price you pay for a car that wont let you assemble much of a Glass silverware or Green stamp collection from your local Gas station. $1999 that s the Price you pay for 9,160 inspectors that stand behind it and under if and inside it and throughout it to make sure it s Fine. That s the Price you pay for four ree diagnosis Check ups and one ree n j men in e of mole sure if stays Fine. That a the Price you pay for the longest warranty in the Auto Mollie Industry yith the exec Hon of Rolls Royce. I hats Quot e be y a pay for one f the highest resale values in the automobile Industry like the cad Iliad. 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