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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 12, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Phenom penh missile barrage kills 139 a a p i a d red Helicz Pter gunships and phenom Pfnur r tet a Ancs t0 attack the area. Al Thor a i venom Penis worst a Aln m a previous bombardment i Wpm Man a re Poi ted occurred in March 1972, 139 kill a and 46 wounded in when 112 persons were killed the artillery and rocket barrage that hit the Southern part of phenom penh monday. Newsmen counted at least 200 wounded in the City a hospitals and the military command said the death toll might go higher. Some of the wounded Lay bleeding on cots in Hospital hallways. Doctors said they were running Low on plasma and medical supplies. And 248 were wounded. The City has been shelled almost daily since dec. 23 the attack monday raised the total casualties to More than 300 dead and at least 700 wounded. Burlington Bank Case winds up business notes rating reached the Board of regents of the National employment Assn. Has awarded the professional designation certified employment consultant to Dorothy h. Fowler of the Snelling and Snelling employment Agency in Thomasville. Mrs. Fowler Vic president and manager of Snelling and High Point Enterprise tuesday february 12,1974 3a businessmen offer to pay miners Greensboro apr final arguments Are fires caused by the shelling expected to be heard today in reduced hundreds of Homes to the Case of Burlington ashes. Police and Rescue businessman and former workers searched for More mayor h. Calloway Pollard victims in the debris. Or. Who is charged with almost All of the dead were conspiracy and Bank fund mis a milians and Many of them applications while serving As were women or children a director of North state some sources said As Many As Bank. 10,000 persons May have been Pollard 56, testified made homeless. Monday he believed All his activities As a director of the Bank were in its Best interests. The Bank merged with the Bank of North Carolina in 1972. The trial is being held in . Middle District court at Greensboro. The government rested its Case monday without calling Norman Graham Smith to testify. Smith a former president of North state Bank is serving an 18-month prison term after pleading guilty in the Case. He has been present since pollards trial began feb. 4. The government called accountant Robert c. Ritch As a witness. He is employed by the Bank of North Carolina. Ritch testified that after the merger the Bank of North Carolina a charged off As a the Khmer Rouge gunners poured 73 rounds of High explosive shells and 122mm rockets into densely populated Market and slum areas in the Southern part of the cite during the Middle of the afternoon. It was the wars most devastating bombardment of the cambodian capital. Two rounds also landed in the presidential Palace compound killing eight persons and wounding a dozen More in shacks housing the Palace guards and their families. Another round fell within too Yards of the United states embassy. The Khmer Rouge batteries were believed located just across the Prek thenot River six Miles Southwest of phenom penh. President Lon no or loss More than $251,000 from Loans made by North state Bank in 1970 and 1971. The government contends the Loans were made for the Benefit of Ketteridge industries inc. Of Raleigh in which Pollard and Smith were directors. Jesse Jerrigan an examiner of the North Carolina state banking department verified that his report on the Bank in 1972 listed a Large loan to Ketteridge and showed Pollard and Smith As directors. Testimony earlier had been aimed at pinpointing when other members of the North state Bank Board of directors became aware of Ketteridge a debt to the Bank and of Pollard and Smiths interest in Ketteridge. Pollard said his affiliation with the Bank began in 1969. He testified he had never Dot Fowler Snelling of Thomasville inc., has been in the private placement Field almost four years. Prior to that she was employed by North state Telephone company and b. F. Goodrich. Mrs. Fowler graduated from the Thomasville High school and attended Davidson county Community College. Mrs. Fowler is a member of and Active in civic organizations which include the International management Council of Thomasville where she serves As program chairman and the High Point chapter of administrative management by Peter Ebert associated press writer London apr in a move conservatives fear will Embarrass their party in the general elections a businessmen a group has offered to subsidize Britain a Coal miners temporarily if they end their three Day old strike. Leaders of the miners Union said they would study the offer at a meeting today. The offer came from Godfrey Bradman a director of the London mercantile corp., who said he was raising a $5.5 million fund from businessmen and financiers. It would pay the 280,000 miners an extra $4.40 a week in addition to the raises of $5 to $22 a week the National Coal Board can pay them without violating prime minister Edward heaths anti inflation ceiling. Bradman a fund make the payments in anticipation of the increase above the ceiling that a special pay Board is expected to award the miners. But the government refuses to set up the Board until the miners go Back to work. Heaths conservative government which called the election feb. 28 in an attempt to rally support against the miners believes Bradman a plan wont work. And it feared it would have an Adverse would effect on the party selection chances. One mine Union official commented that it showed Heath a does not command the Confidence of his own supporters in the business and financial a in a move to improve the election chances of the labor party heaths chief opponents the 30,000 railway engineers decided monday night to Call off their eight week slowdown in support of wage demands. Union Leader Ray Buckton said the move was requested by labor party Leader Harold Wilson and a we will do All in our Power to get the return of a labor there was Strong reaction to the conservative threat in its election platform to Cut off welfare benefits to the wives and children of strikers and Force the unions to take Over the support Burden. Smoking problem discussed Charlotte a the governing body of the Charlotte coliseum will discuss at its monthly meeting today How to Cope with tobacco smoke in the 13,000-seat entertainment and sports facility Short of an outright Lazy Money. Its a loser. Sought to conceal his interest society of which she is a ban on smoking. In Ketteridge and that he had not attempted to conceal the purposes of the loan. Questioned about the extent of his interest in the Bank Pollard said he knew he owned about 3,000 shares at one time. Asked if it had never been in excess of 8,000 shares he replied a i done to recall exactly. I know i had at least 3,000 director. She is married to George w. Fowler jr., and they reside at 406 Kern Street with their 3 children. Win Wagon the weather Carmichael in it strict com Mott Al Iotha Bauk jilt Are at the prop of a Decimal pol it can in tet or set turn f show Low Tim Tiei a urn. I w. Angula Shower ik.1 a esd a to a in a a i i a a a u�ut�4 Procip co a or tote forfeit sunny warmer it will be sunny and a Little warmer in North Carolina today. High pressure will hold steady Over the Southern states keeping the Winter weather systems Well North of a forecast North Carolina sunny and a Little warmer today. Highs in the 50s except around 60 Southeast portion. Clear and not quite so cold tonight. Lows mostly 30s. Wednesday party Cloudy mountains fair elsewhere and warmer. Highs in the 60s. South Carolina sunny and pleasant today and wednesday. Not As cold tonight highs both Days mostly 60s. Lows tonight around 40. Three Day forecast North Carolina extended Outlook thursday through saturday Chance of showers each Day and turning colder saturday. Lows mid 30s to mid 40s. Highs upper 50s to mid 60s. Thursday Cooling to mid 40s to mid 50s except near 60 Southeast saturday. Temperatures by the associated press 24 hours ending 8 . Edt station h l or Asheville Clear 43 21 Augusta 59 26 Charleston 59 20 Charlotte 51 25 Columbia 60 28 Greensboro 45 26 Greenville . 52 24 Raleigh 45 26 Savannah 60 31 Wilmington 55 29 North Carolina. Light West and Southwest winds will prevail. The Weatherman at Friendship expects fair skies and warmer through wednesday for the High Point area with the probability of any precipitation near Zero. Today a High is expected to be in the 50s, and tonight slow in the Low to mid 30s. Wednesdays High should be in the 60s. The Outlook for thursday is for a Chance of showers. Last night s Low was 27. I it the most Likely possibility is that it will Post signs asking people not to smoke and to make period announcements to that effect during events. The City Council decided monday that its up to the coliseum authority and not to the or. And mrs. Louis Carter of Council to decide on 1605 Wendover or. Have smoking received a new 1973 Chevrolet the authority decided station Wagon from Shaklee several months ago that it corporation a nationwide would be impossible to direct sales firm enforce a ban. Headquartered in Hayward Calif. The couple received the keys to the car after maintaining a sales volume of $4,000 for nine consecutive months. Flowers for All occasions High Point s leading Florist Grace Flower shop if you have surplus Money in your checking account lying dormant in a lock Box in multiple passbook accounts in non earning securities a Piggy banked a or stashed away in your Wallet. You have Lazy Money. Help stamp out a Lazy Money. Put it to work at perpetual in a daily interest 5la% passbook account or in a certificate that can earn up to 7%%, also compounded daily. Remember. Perpetual savers earn All the Law allows. Perpetual savings and loan association a Houth main in Mion Point Soss South main in aft halt a a Maul. High Point s olde. Financial institution free customer parking a Handy drive in window bad prediction Belgrade a medical experts asserted that about 10,000 yugoslavs will die this year because of cancer caused by smoking. They said that every sixth smoker Dies of cancer and every third Dies among those who smoke about 40 cigarettes daily Belgrade a a nine Magazine reported. 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New panelled and insulated buildings All aluminium Utility building Complete with treated Wood floor free delivery completely assembled wired for electricity Dodge is still the Only manufacturer to offer you the club cab. A pickup with 34 cubic feet of extra inside storage space. And this year we be added a Complete a line of four wheel drive club cab models. We be got a pickup for just about everyone. In addition to the club cab we Dodge boys also give you a Choice of Crew cabs and Standard cab pickups in both utilize and swept line styles. One of them is right for you. Come in and let us prove it. Sie the Dodge boys for great buys in use trucks too 6 aluminium i Loo Nejl Horace g. Ilderton inc. W la 701-709 s. Main Street High Point n. C. Authorized dealers Mann drug stores 2411 North main St., High Point a phone 869-6106 a a 5816 High Point Road Greensboro a phone 299-5350 a the Dodge boys e2 124 12-12-4

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