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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 7, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Appeals court ban on Richmond busing expected to ease pressure on Congress Washington a reversal of the Richmond school busing Case by the . Court of appeals is expected to ease the pressure on Congress for enactment of court curbing legislation aimed at halting massive busing. Nobody from Page 1-a organized labor to deliver for them in the presidential primaries. Mcgovern put together his own organizations. New usually Young faces managed his state campaigns. That Wasny to always by Choice often nobody else was available to help a candidate ranked near the Bottom in the National polls. In Massachusetts for example a Mcgovern organizer tried to sign on some big name democrats for his convention slate. A the Good Guys already were committed to Muskie a he complained. None of those Good Guys is going to vote at the National convention. Mcgovern entries most of them virtually unknown swept a primary where Muskie once ranked As the towering favorite. Almost everywhere tuesday democrats were voting somewhere and a massive Force of door to door volunteers was at work or Mcgovern. In California the candidate claimed his canvassers had reached 80 per cent of the states 5.1 million democrats. No candidate had even attempted such an undertaking before. While Mcgovern and his can Vassers concentrated on the primaries his organization handled the states that chose delegates by convention. There Are More to come. They paid attention As Well to the Oid fashioned amenities of the politician. They touched base with state party leaders who in the Early Days were usually uninterested if not hostile. They coddled delegates. They still Are with personalized letters signed by the candidate with offers of assistance in Miami Beach and with copies of a Mcgovern biography. Mcgovern who briefly entered presidential Competition four years ago As a symbolic candidate and heir to the support left by the assassinated Robert f. Kennedy started this one Early. He announced he was running 18 months ago saying he needed an Early Start to catch up with the better known democrats who led the polls his chances were rated at about the level of his standing in those polls just far enough above Zero to keep him on the boards. It also boosts chances for House passage thursday of anti using amendments that Are under attack from southerners As being too weak to Stop the extensive busing called for in the Richmond plan. Of tuesdays court decision rep. Albert Quie r-minn., a chief sponsor of the $21.3-billion education Bill to which the busing amendments Are attached said a it have come at a better time. This will really rep. Joe d. Wagener d-la., who is leading the opposition to the Bill largely because he regards the busing amendments As too weak concurred in quiet a assessment. A it will make it easier for some members to vote for the amendments a a he said. The 4th circuit court of appeals held that dist court judge Robert r. Merhige or. Had no authority to order consolidation of Richmonds 64-per-cent Black schools with those in War torn Ireland has More trouble adjoining Henrico and Chesterfield counties where 90 per cent of the pupils Are White. Merhige a order would have created a single 700-Square-mile school District in which 78,000 of the 104,000 pupils would have been bused. The order was a key Factor in stirring anti using Fervour in Congress. The appellate court in a 5-1 decision said it could find no invidious discrimination in the Way Richmond Public schools Are operated. Without such a finding the court said a judge cannot compel a state a to restructure its internal government As a Means of achieving racial balance. The chairman of the Richmond school Board which filed the suit leading to Merhige a consolidation order last Jan. To said tuesdays ruling will be appealed to the supreme court. Louis Lucas of Memphis Belfast apr gunmen other gunmen raked a nurses waged a three hour offensive in Home with bullets in an attack the dark streets of Belfast tues in an a t a South Dav night a few hours after the British released 75 suspected District and a impound for he a act Legaj guerrillas in a bid to bolster the bomb in a stolen car wrecked a i defense fund who has been at growing peace movement Row of shops in Lurgan near the the forefront of consolidation among the roman catholics of a to. But no one was Hurt. Efforts in Richmond and de Northern Ireland. The 75 men All known or sus troit indicated he thinks the one Soldier was killed and a petted members of the Irish re supreme court will reverse militiaman critically wounded in publican army were freed from j tuesday s decision the guerrilla attacks. The army the Long Kesh internment Camp a the decision was what wed said More than 200 shots were outside Belfast where they had been expecting All along a fired at troops around the been held without trial for Lucas said in Cincinnati. A Are Catholic new Lodge District. Months. Member this is the same court the soldiers death was the it was the largest group of in that has been reversed by the 365th recorded in the three years Vernees freed since the British supreme court in the past a of communal violence and the began releasing them t w o the Justice department and i50th this year. Months ago in an attempt to officials in Henrico and draw Catholic support away Chesterfield counties hailed the _. _ from the Ira. Appellate courts decision. Allies won t Reamer feels badly misled sues army i Greensboro a Richard r. Reamer of Salisbur by Terry Ryan by filed suit for $32,617 dam associated press writer Ages tuesday on a claim the a nov and my army and two officers wrong new y0rk/ap> i have fully caused him to withdraw a ways wanted to be there in from Law school by calling him front of the audience a said to Active duty earlier than he Tennessee Williams. A it was Gaz Ftfe suit in . It pm say Middle District court against would do again the government the army and Williams made his first a Lionel b. Wall of Lexington Bearance As an actor tuesday chief warrant officer and Vir night after nearly three dec. I a a .4 ? a a a i Reamer said he signed an in Mier playwrights. He played a list ment contract aug. 24, 1968, role a. One of own Pys to join the army reserves appearing unannounced to re with Wall and Dominick Assur place an actor making a movie ing him he would not be called a i have no complaints about for Active duty training before the theater a a Williams said feb. I 1969, so he could com afterwards. A it has Given me plete the 1968 fall semester in my life. It has deprived me of Law school. He claimed he re some things also. I gave up my Cei Ved notice to report the Fol life to lowing december at it. Polk Williams played the role of la., that his plea for a delay Doc in a is in a 11 Craft warn was rejected and that with which opened to mixed drawing from Law school reviews this Spring at an off caused i to lose tuition pay Broadway theater ments textbook costs and Liv in the play Doc loses his ing expenses. Medical License and hangs up his Shingle in a California in the View of rep. Emanuel Ceiler dny., chairman of the House judiciary committee and rep. William m. Mcculloch the senior Republican member the circuit court ruling should quiet the clamor in Congress for a constitutional amendment prohibiting busing and for permanent curbs on a fates the Woitt court ordered busing requested Stu. It oui of emf he Oom ures. High Point Enterprise wednesday june 7, 1972 3a writer Tennessee Williams turns actor for a night i Beach bar. Thoroughly fortified with alcohol he goes off to deliver a baby but returns to announce the death of both Mother and baby. Doc decides to leave town and Heads for the bar room door. Prolonged applause rolled Down As Williams exited. Williams 61, a Small Stocky Man from Columbus miss., whose plays have won two pulitzer prizes came Back on stage after the final curtain to talk with the audience As any fledgling actor he was concerned about his performance. A they told me i Wasny to projecting. Could you hear me Back there a he asked there was a mix of affirmative and negative responses from the Back of the theater. A i made several wrong moves a said Williams. A i was not shaken. I was really just trying to get through Williams loosening his tie and stroking his pointed Beard opened a bottle of red wine. He toasted the actresses in the cast and then Angela Davis Black militant acquitted sunday of murder Kidnap and conspiracy charges in California. Williams burst to prominence in 1944 when a it h e Glass menagerie opened in new York. He has since written More than a score of plays. A i have lately been Reading Over some of my plays a said Williams. A they Are n o t that bad. I think i should go on to further Long noting by president Nixon. Advertisement thanks to North Carolina democrats for giving me such a splendid majority in the primary for Secretary of state in each of the too counties of the state. Remember me in november please a Thad Eure resume Paris peace talks Paris apr the United states and South Vietnam today rejected a demand from North Vietnam and the Viet Cong to resume the Vietnam peace talks thursday. The allies said the communists had Given no indication that they were ready to negotiate seriously because they still sought a military solution to the War. The allies suspended the conference indefinitely on May 4. Hanoi a highest ranking official in Paris politburo member be due Tho said tuesday night he would agree to More secret talks with presidential adviser Henry a. Kissinger but Only if Kissinger offers new proposals to end the War and if the sem Public peace talks Are resumed. Tho was replying to questions from newsmen at a reception and his remarks were not a hint that there had been any american overtures for secret talks. The weather my Oil Horn Natl 041 Latta to Alf icis Ess a it Filiti 70. Forecast if i Kaw it Ftp a it to a until tkwri4�y int inf Holt Tel lit ii it tto to no a in it to a Intel skies return the last remnants of the showers and thundershowers that spread Over North Carolina tuesday moved off the Southern coastal sections this morning and fair weather has returned to the state. The forecast for the High Point area is for mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures through thursday with Clear skies and Cool temperatures tonight. Highs thursday will be in the mid 80s, with lows tonight dipping into the mid 50s. Chance of precipitation is Zero through thursday. The Long Range forecast forecast North Carolina sunny West partly Cloudy East today with Chance of a Shower or thundershowers South coast this morning. Gear and cooler tonight. Sunny and warm thursday. Highs today thursday Low to mid 80s. Tonight 50s except Low 60s Southeast South Carolina partly Cloudy and cooler today tonight and thursday with scattered showers lower coast. Highs today and thursday mostly in the 80s and lows tonight around 60. Calls for partly Cloudy skies and warm temperatures Friday with a Chance of showers spreading Over the state by saturday. Sunday however is expected to see a return to fair and mild weather. Temperatures by the associated press station h l or Asheville cloy 85 60 .82 Augusta. M Charleston cloy 91 67 .08 Charlotte Clear 90 64 .04 Columbia cloy 93 68 .57 Greensboro Clear 85 60 .03 Greenville s c., cloy 92 61 .31 92 61 .31 Raleigh Clear 88 60 Savannah cloy 92 69 t Wilmington cloy 89 67 .10 my missing three Day forecast North Carolina extended Outlook Friday through Sun Cloudy and warm w mostly Low and mid 80s. Lows upper 50s in the mountains and Low 60s elsewhere. A Chance of showers Friday night and saturday followed by fair and mild during weekend. 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