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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 11, 1974, High Point, North Carolina To missile Sites nuclear targets priority changed by Fred Hoffman a military writer Washington a in a major strategy change the targets of some of this country a Long Range missiles have been shifted from soviet cities to russian missile bases command centers and other military targets. The move made Over the past few months is intended to give president Nixon an option to respond with less than All out nuclear War if the russians should try limited a adventurism a As . Officials Call it in Europe or elsewhere. In effect the revised strategy widens the Range of choices available to the president Bey o n d massive retaliation against soviet cities which Long has been the Cornerstone of . Policy for deterring any russian nuclear attack. Secretary of defense James r. Schlesinger who has been indicating since last summer that a change was coming disclosed thursday that the new strategy had been put into effect. A we have targeting options which Are More selective and which do not necessarily involve major mass destruction on the other Side a Schlesinger said after speaking at an overseas writers association luncheon. A the purpose of this. Is to maintain the capability to deter any desire on the part of an opponent to inflict major damage on the United states or its putting it More simply another Pentagon official said a we have to be Able to deter them on a tit for tat Schlesinger told the luncheon the change in targeting does not require an increase in the number or size of . Missiles and their warheads. He did not discuss details but it was Learned a portion of the Force of 1,000 land based minuteman intercontinental ballistic missiles have been diverted from soviet City targets and aimed at a limited number of key russian military Sites. With the present accuracy of . Warheads missile men reportedly will concentrate extra firepower on selected targets to make sure they would be knocked out even though dug in below ground and shielded by reinforced Concrete. Mem the weather strict. Tare forecast i form Skaw a a p�4�. .4 Calm Laval Fantail colder saturday Spring like weather that has circulated in the High Point arca for the past two Days will give Way to Clearing and cold on saturday. Temperatures for the last couple of Days have reached into the upper 60s and the trend continued through today. Tonight s forecast is for Clearing and cold. Low forecast North Carolina today Cloudy to partly Cloudy with showers this morning in the mountains spreading to the coast by Midnight. Highs today in 60s and 70s. Tonight Cloudy and colder with scattered showers. Lows from mid 30s to Low 50s. Saturday Clearing from the West. Highs generally in 40s and 50s. South Carolina mostly Cloudy Windy and warm today with rain and thundershowers moving across state. Highs mostly 70s. Cloudy and mild tonight with rain and thundershowers mainly East portion. I aids mid 40s to Low 60s. Thundershowers Likely coast saturday otherwise partly Cloudy and cooler. Highs upper 50s to Low 70s. Temperatures will be in the 30s and a 60 per cent Chance of rain exists for the Early part of the evening saturday will be partly Cloudy to Clear but highs will be in the upper 40s and Low 50s. Chances of rain will diminish to to per cent. The extended Outlook is for fair and cold through tuesday. Temperatures by the associated press 24 hours ending 8 . Edt station ii l or Asheville Cly 68 59 Augusta Cly 73 56 Charleston Cly 77 62 Charlotte Civ 66 61 Columbia missing Greensboro Cly 63 58 Greenville,. Cly 66 62 Raleigh Cly 68 61 Savannah missing Wilmington 80 62 three Day forecast North Carolina extended Outlook sunday through tuesday a Chance of rain in the East Clearing in the West on sunday. High in the 40s and overnight Low in the 20s West and 30s East. Fair and cold monday and tuesday. High in the 40s and Low in the teens West and 20s East. Steel Union to seek increases by Robert a. Dobkin associated press writer Washington a leaders of the United steelworkers Union indicate they will disregard government guidelines and seek major wage increases to offset inflation in upcoming steel Industry contract talks. Bargaining with the nations to largest steel producers begins Here Jan. 30, and us president . Abel said he regards a 3 per cent guaranteed annual wage increase As Only an opener. Steelworkers a Are entitled to a very substantial wage increase to reflect the increases in productivity in our Industry and the Sharp Rise in the Cost of living a Union leaders declared thursday after a two Day strategy meeting. Abel told a news conference the administrations guidelines fixing wage increases at 5.5 per cent a year have been outmoded by inflation. Heading the unions Long list of demands in addition to higher wages Are an improved Cost of living formula,.better pensions a Shorter work week and Job Security against Energy related layoffs. The negotiations will Mark the opening round in bargaining scheduled for More than five million workers under major contracts that expire this year. With inflation soaring at an annual rate of nearly 9 per cent and unemployment rising labor leaders Are expected to be More militant in their demands. Legal authority for the government s wage Price controls expires april 30, and me administration has not decided whether to ask Congress for another Extension. The current contract covering 386.000 steelworkers runs out aug. I. But last year the us signed an a experimental negotiating agreement with the steel Industry giving up its right to a National strike in return for arbitration on unresolved issues and a 3 per cent guaranteed annual wage increase. In a s h now at Fass Brothers fish House shrimp oysters scallops Only $3.25 All you can eat also try our 1/2 Pound of steamed shrimp at $3.25 per bowl All orders served with French Fries Cole Slaw amp hush puppies fish House 3-year-old save s pinned father by Gordon Hanson associated press writer Des Moines Iowa apr i just thank god that Trisha was there a says Thomas Morris who Lay pinned under his Auto and turned to his 3-year-old daughter for help. Morris 31, had been working beneath the car at his Des Moines Home when a Jack slipped and the Auto fell. Only his left was free and Only Trisha was there to Aid him. Mrs. Morris was at work and an older daughter was in school. A the front end of the car fell on my face and Chest and my right was pinned a Morris said thursday. A i knew i had to get out of there in a the car tires prevented him from being crushed by the full weight of the Auto. A i started hollering. I done to know for sure if i passed out a i May have a but when i started shouting Trisha came to see what was the Morris said he did no to want to frighten the child but he wanted her to realize the situation was desperate and that she must respond. A i just told her a daddy is Hurt and i asked her to get the Jack from under the car and put it where i could reach it with my left hand a Morris said. A she cried a Little bit but i calmed her Down and she did what i asked her to he said Trisha placed the Jack near his free hand but he was unable to raise the Auto without a Jack handle. A i asked her to get me a screw Driver which she did and i used it in the Jack to raise the car off me a he said. If it had t been for Trisha Morris said a i d have lain there about two hours before my wife got Home. The police done to think id have lived that Morris who works in a plastic bag Plant in Des Moines called police to take him to a Hospital after the Accident wednesday. He was treated for head lacerations and minor Chest injuries. Of his daughter Morris said a a in a pretty proud of British engineers return by de Blanche associated press writer London apr locomotive engineers called off a work by the Book slowdown today and rail service was reported up to 80 per cent Normal on some lines and 50 per cent on others. But they continued a ban on overtime and sunday work and threatened a one Day strike next tuesday unless the National railways Board resumes wage negotiations. There was also slender Hope of Progress toward ending the Coal miners slowdown that impelled prime minister Edward Heath to put 16 million of Britain s 25 million workers on a three Dav work week Jan. I. Reversing a previous rejection Heath and his top economic ministers met with Union leaders to discuss a proposal by the trades Union Congress to get the mines Back to full production. The railway men said they were suspending their slowdown to get the rail Board Back to the negotiating table. The Board which previously had said it would not negotiate under duress said it would consider the Union move today. The rail Board said most trains were Back on schedule by 3 . After weeks of curtailed service and a near standstill in the London area thursday when the Board took disciplinary action against some engineers and most others walked off the Job. The walkout halted All but 58 of the 532 commuter trains normally running in the London metropolitan area. But most commuters got to work one Way or another. A i Ford Grubby a Ford 1-40 amp Hwy. 66 Kernersville . Brent Acar As Low As $5 a Day sine do of hugs Vav could t do big 273-7438 watch the super Bevil and . State Maryland game in color this sunday it s not too late to enjoy the super bowl and . State game in color. Stop by Rose radio today or saturday and select a new Motorola quasar color . We have the right style and size to fit your budget then enjoy super sunday More for a new Motorola color . See Paul Wilson Rose radio-. Sales amp service 438 North Wrenn phone 882-6426 furniture Market samples at the Only show room in High Point Selling direct to the Public just received Many new sofas and chairs from Broyhill Crestwood doral Hickory new styles fabrics and c010rs.au at big discounts sofas and Matching chairs 179.t<> 599. Recliners tables lamps desks mattress and Box Spring sets Dinette sets hide a Beds sofas Only 199.,. 399. Be sure to shop All 3 floors. Our Low discount prices will save you Money i 41 4 1105 e. Lexington ave. / High Point / 8830523 Cash Lay a Way Bank am Ricard or master charge open daily 9 30 to 5 30 sat. A til 5. Savings of. 40%-50%-60% furniture Market samples cancellations Quot closeouts 108 Commerce St. Building i 14/1./iaaa, safes High Point Enterprise Friday january la 1974 3a user studies Oil crisis an a news analysis by William l. Ryan a special correspondent for Western leaders curious about whether or How much the Kremlin meant what it said about the Virtues of peace the burgeoning Energy crisis May provide a sort of yardstick. Evidently Moscow and its communist allies find the West soil troubles just about irresistible too Good to let pass without at least an old school try at gaining significant global political advantage from it. Moscow has a growing interest in Middle East Oil itself since it will have to import a great Deal More of it in the next half dozen years. Logic might even suggest soviet interest in a condominium of Industrial nations to assure stability in the Oil Rich desert areas. But communist ambitions often clash with logic. The Way the picture was presented to a meeting of High ranking representatives of 67 communist parties in Prague this week would seem to justify Sharp questioning of the sincerity of Leonid i. Brezhnev a detente offensive. One could detect a background note reminiscent of p. T. Bar numbs a never give a sucker an even As Kremlin Veteran Boris Ponomarev Laid it Down things look Good for the world communist movement because a a general crisis of capitalism the dream of bolshevik dog artists for generations is already in Progress. He said the Energy crisis underscores a social economic contradictions in the world capitalist Camp. Sewing machines for a upholstery a draperies a Home sewing also the popular Gold Seal shears Glenn s sewing machine co. Inc. Quot our 50th year Quot 713 n. Main 883-1922 sewing machine specialists i believe in. 74 Friday saturday sunday special guest include Arthur Blessit founder of Sunset strip ministry amp director of Quot his place Quot on the strip Friday night at 7 30 . Jan. Lith Ron Willis the first Street minister in the Quot Haight Asbury hippies Section of san Francisco Calif. Sat. . Amp Sun. . The new directions nationally known Jesus music group will be in concert Here sunday night at 7 00 . Green St. Baptist Church Corner of e. Green St. Amp Mangum St. Imo-4 office supplies it for a Complete line of office supplies and Fine dependable service shop at wills. Filing paraphernalia cards boxes dividers guides folders expanding files portfolios. I j calendars memo desk appointment week Day month at a glance calendars. Bookkeeping systems easy systems with instructions regular books refills. Typing materials paper erasers ribbon cartoons. Phone or Moil orders promptly filled stapling needs staplers Staples removers. Wills Book store Westchester mall int

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