High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 4 1976, Page 7

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 4, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Americans High Point Enterprise sunday july 4, 1976 7a from Page i a coasts however was crowded with a flotilla of vessels Small and Large under a Cobalt Blue sky in blazing july Sunshine. In Boston Harbor the most revered Square rigger of them All the uss Constitution a old Ironsides a was preparing to test its ancient rigging and rails with a 21-gun Salute sunday at noon the first such Salute firing of its guns in 95 years. At a midweek practice firing the ship s Captain. Cmdr. Tyrone Martin reported a a Ery satisfying the weekend holds meaning beyond nostalgia for at least 10,000 persons who will become american citizens in naturalization ceremonies around the country. Amid the floats and the flags and the frivolity there were also discordant notes an explosion that authorities said was touched off by a bomb damaged a Post office in Seabrook. N.h., less than 24 hours after three other bombings in the Boston area. Anonymous phone callers to news organizations. Saying they represented an anti using group claimed responsibility for the bombings. In Louisville by a threatened confrontation Between police and White supremacists did not materialize saturday when rain washed out a Bicentennial March for which no Parade permit had been issued. In a less menacing form of protest 300 american indians encamped with Tepee and tents on a College athletic Field in Washington dc., after a transcontinental motor trip they called the a Trail of a we re not a dissident organization we re not Here to take Over anything or cause any trouble a said Sid Mills a Nisqually Indian from Nisqually Wash. A we re Here to secure a future for the Indian people because there is none now in general however from sea to sea the National tone was upbeat and patriotic reflecting the theme sounded by president Ford in his Bicentennial message 1 the unique american Union of the known and the unknown. The tried and untried has been the foundation for our Liberty and our great the president said in this country individuals can be the masters rather than the helpless Vic Tims of their destiny. A in the space of two centuries we have not been Able to right every wrong to Correct every injustice to reach every worthy goal. But for 200 years we have tried and we will continue to strive to make the lives of individual men and women in this country and on this Earth better lives. And More on this fourth of july weekend it seemed the uncommon was commonplace. Boston and Hawaii for example will team up a continent spanning ceremony blending the nation s newest science and its oldest history. A Telescope at the Mauna Kea Observatory in Hawaii will capture the Light emitted by a Star 200 Light years ago which will trip a sensor which will flip a switch a lighting a lamp in Boston s old North Church Paul Revere s storied Beacon of 1775. Bob older a californian who thinks big aimed to hoist a 67-by 102-foot Flag Over his Mojave desert ranch an operation for which he has Laid out $10,000 in poles and cables in Salt Lake City the Norm Ife family will have a dip their swimming Pool the Botton of which they painted As a Flag. Exc a employee ties Jack Ruby to Juk killing new York a a former contract employee of the Cia has told the Senate intelligence committee that Dallas nightclub owner Jack Ruby met with cuban Premier Fidel Castro in 1963 and that the subject of assassinating president Kennedy was discussed the new York sunday news says. The news reported that the meeting took place Only to weeks before Kennedy was killed within 48 hours of the assassination Ruby shot and killed Lee Harvey Oswald. The gunman who was arrested for killing the president. The news said the Cia Man was a former Federal undercover narcotics agent who was under contract but not employed on a full time basis. The newspaper said the agent got in touch with the committee to Tell this Story Ruby flew to Havana from Mexico City to try and set up a cuban connection for importing narcotics to the United states. He met with Castro Castro a brother Raul Che supreme from Page 1a the decision stemmed from a Nebraska judges order barring pretrial reporting of much of the information about a mass murder including testimony at an open preliminary hearing. On thursday the court ruled 6 to 3 that states May not require a woman to get her husbands consent before having an abortion. In the same Case the justices ruled 5 to 4 that parents May not be Given an absolute veto Over abortions for unmarried daughters under 18, although Laws giving them some control might be permissible. Tho busing decision handed Down monday was the least sweeping of the rulings on major issues. The court had already said that once school systems achieve integration they could not be required to revise their busing plans year after year. Special notice Richardson s will be closed tomorrow july 5threopening tuesday july 6th. Have a Safe and Happy fourth of july r i Wpm to in heart it High port Piedmont Ute our drive in window or Park free in our big loll Call 883-4116. 700 North main Guevara the head of the cuban intelligence service a Man called a Tel Mexicano a and a woman from Argentina. In the course of the conversation. Castro mentioned Kennedy had tried to have him assassinated and he might want to retaliate Castro asked Ruby if the Dallas clubman with his contacts in the Dallas and Chicago underworld would be willing to kill Kennedy or could help arrange the killing the Cia agent told the committee he did not know what Ruby said in reply. After Kennedy had been killed a cuban refugee in Miami received a letter from a relative who was close to Castro and who claimed to have attended Castro a conference with Ruby the refugee turned the letter Over to the Fri but its existence was not mentioned in the Warren commission report which was the government s official investigation of the Kennedy assassination the news did not identify the former Cia agent who unravelled the Ruby tale for the Senate committee nor did it say How it Learned of the Story. 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