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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 6, 1976, High Point, North Carolina W fhe weather palestinians High Point Enterprise tuesday july 8, 1976 3a open new terrorists claim time bombs planted up ass 0�dvd 4 70 a a a ass National i atm a Jii vice Noaa la $ off 1 fair thursday scattered showers Dundei showers and considerable cloudiness will per forecast North Carolina considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and thundershowers today through wednesday. Highs today in the 70s and Low 80s. Lows tonight mid to upper 50s mountains ranging to the upper 60s and Low 70s along the coast highs wednesday mid 70s to mid 80s. St huh Carolina mostly Cloudy and mild today with scattered showers and thunderstorms. High near 80 Northwest to mid 80s South. Chance of showers and thunderstorms continuing tonight and wednesday with variable cloudiness. Lows tonight in the mid to upper 60s highs wednesday Low to mid 80s. Temperatures 24 hours end int i am. Kot station Asheville fog Augusta rain Charleston cloy Charlotte t Idy Columbia rain Greensboro cloy evil by so rain Raleigh fog Savannah cloy Wilmington cloy to i or 71 55 03 79 67 17 83 67 70 66 07 72 66 i 50 76 65 7062 16 79 t>5 of 89 66 06 76 71 45 what should be put into capsule Charlotte a what will celebrants of the tricentennial find when they open time capsules from 1976�?T�?T of they Are in Charlotte they might find a citizens band Chi radio a copy of Playboy Magazine or a bottle of air a scanned above a freshly mowed Lawn those were some suggestions offered by a group of Charlott eans in interviews with the Charlotte news chamber of Commerce Board chairman Luther Hodges or suggested Jack aging the entire City for future relic seekers because Charlotte is the largest City n the world without liquor by he drink a however Hodges said he of Esno to expect the liquor rough to continue forever and or aired liquor by the link to be available in too tars a i predict the North Irolina legislature will Ive acted by then a he said Dennis rash Dean of indents at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte is less caustic in his mice. At the risk of being he said a it quid be very very imports to me to preserve a copy Lithe Bill of county social services Dree Tor cd Chapin said be by yid include food Stamps in sub a capsule hoping they would to obsolete by 2076. I Muld Hope that our Syi Teni can Benefit from All the technology we be amass cd and dial people Aren i in the position they Are in today of Lunger Aud poverty. Chapin said for Beach Lake or mountains tote bags Good selection from 6$0 it Mamba Nail saves you Cash Nash jewelry amp loan 127 n main in North Carolina through wednesday. But weathermen expect thursday to be fair triad area forecasts Call for the same weather conditions with lows tonight being in the mid 60s and the highs wednesday expected in the mid 80s probability of precipitation is 30 per cent through wednesday. 3-Day forecast North Carolina extending Outlook for North Carolina thursday through saturday fair thursday. Variable cloudiness Friday and saturday. Chance of. Showers highs in the 80s. Lows in 60s with 70s along South coast. Fighting Beirut. Lebanon a cease fire talks were postponed indefinitely As the lebanese leftist palestinian guerrilla command reported it opened a new front against the christians in Northern Lebanon. The leftists Beirut radio said moslem forces drove South into Christian territory below Tripoli and seized the Village of Chukka 40 Miles North of Beirut the broadcast said the leftist forces also advanced unday to within four Miles of Archit the site of the Christian radio station 20 Miles North of the capital the moslem said they captured a string of coastal fishing and farming villages along the Way the Christian radio denied Chukka had fallen. Fighting was also reported at a dozen fax hints around the Christian enclave Between Beirut and Tripoli reports in Beirut said More than too persons had been killed mostly in the lighting at Chukka palestinian guerrilla Leader Yasir Arafat met with representatives of the Christian phalanges party and Syria All sunday night. By Mike Dunstan associated press writer san Francisco api a the terrorist new world liberation front says it has planted three time bombs to go off by saturday at to o Pacific Gas amp electric co. Sites in the san Francisco Bay area. A communique revealed monday and signed by the Nulf Central command warned pm amp a employees to stay away from work until after july to so they won t be Hurt a spokesman for the Utility said employees should report to work and that operations would continue As usual of a hastily organized news conference a member of an above ground support group for he Nulf read the communique warning of the bombs and threatening further attacks. Ande Lougher of new of people s information relay 1, quoted the communique As saying three a Calendar clocks Are placed at two pm amp a Sites in the Bay i Don t think pm amp a workers will lose their jobs for staying away from work a a 25-year-old miss Lougher said a and if they do that just says something for the terrorist group has claimed responsibility for sabotaging pm amp a facilities five times since March 21. 1975 Paul Girard pm amp a Public information officer called the warning a an insane threat Quot a operations will continue in a Normal he said a your employees Are trained to be vigilant and we expect them to continue in that fashion Charles Nixon spokesman for the alcohol tobacco and firearms division of the us. Treasury which is handling the Case had no immediate comment groups using the name Nulf have claimed responsibility for a number of bombings including one earlier this year at the famous Hearst Castle in san Simeon a police car bombing in Marin county and explosions at foreign consulates and state farm term life insurance. Corporate offices in the san Francisco Bay area the Nulf s name also has appeared on death threats against newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst and bomb threats against san fran Cisco apartment owners who were labelled miss Lougher said the latest attack on pm amp a is the terrorist group s response to the Utility a failure to meet previous demands. Re it to fur is c a us of n drug store inc. A a 11 i i i ii i ii 11 a it 200 Westwood. Phone 883-4119 v free delivery open Mon. Thru sat. 8 30-6 30 not just another drug store e provides econom ii Protection nov and i de r hanged to a rash i Der g plan later on a old a on. Med it it Jim Potts 1230 Mon lieu of 5 Points office. 836-5914 res 885-5465 that s what Parks offers on every leasing Deal whether your needs Are one Economy car or an entire Fleet of trucks and cars. Well give you More for your Money. See what value really Means Call today state farm life insurance company mom of it i Wachovia Teller i the All Day everyday banking machine. You won t find a More convenient banking machine than Wachovia a 24 hour a Day seven Day a week Teller ii because banking anytime you please is As convenient As banking can be. You won t find a banking machine that otters a broader Range of banking services than Wachovia s Teller d either because Teller n does More than Deposit withdraw and Transfer Money in checking and savings accounts it allows you to make loan and master charge payments gives you account balance info err action. And gets you Cash whenever you want it. And you won t find a banking machine that makes All this any easier than Wachovia s Teller ii because Teller ii has a special viewing screen that actually shows you what to do every step of the Way. But you la never know what a pleasure Teller ii banking is until you avg tried it. All you need is a Wachovia checking account and a Wachovia banking card give Teller ii a try anytime. Wachovia try Feller i at these Wachovia offices if Quot High porn North/170 n Mam is South/1 Boos main is for people who Don t like machines. J

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