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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 16, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Gets meeting with governor irate businessman turns i 3 irs agents out naked by Carl Manning associated Prest writer Memphis Tenn. Apr three state tax agents were sent naked into the Street and another was held hostage for eight hours by a Black businessman who demanded and got a meeting with gov. Winfield Dunn Over a $167 tax dispute. The businessman identified by police As Lasaunders Hudson 29, met with Dunn Over negro problems for an hour thursday at a downtown hotel. He claimed he did no to owe the $167 in Back sales taxes because of what he called Tennessee a wilful refusal a to Deal with the needs of the Black citizens of the after the meeting police took Hudson co owner of a dry cleaning firm into custody without charge. He was held overnight in the Memphis jail pending a police meeting today with the District attorney. Police said Hudson a lawyer requested that he not be questioned until today. Don Duncan in his Early 30s. Was held hostage at pistol Point one weather mid to upper 80s warm weather is expected to continue across North Carolina for the next few Days but the Chance of a few widely scattered showers mainly Over the Western portions of the state still exists. The forecast for the High Point area Calls for partly Cloudy skies with a Chance of afternoon and evening thundershowers through saturday. Highs saturday will be in the mid to upper 80s, with lows tonight dropping into the Low to mid 60s Chance of precipitation is 30 per cent through saturday. The Long Range forecast for the area Calls for a Chance of a few showers sunday with some Chance of precipitation existing at least through tuesday. Temperatures by the associated press 24 hours ending at 7 . Est station h l or Asheville fog 82 58 Augusta cloy 90 59 Charleston cloy 81 71 Charlotte cloy 86 63 Columbia cloy 88 60 Greensboro cloy 84 62 Greenville s.c., cloy 85 61 Able cloudiness mountains Toi a Jhc a a a a a through a saturday with Schancer Quot a is on a of afternoon and evening thundershowers. Highs mostly 80s. Lows at night 60s. J North Carolina extend South Carolina part lied Outlook sunday through Cloudy and warm today tonight tuesday a a few showers Sun until Dunn flew to Memphis from the state capital in Nashville. Duncan was treated at a Hospital for hands swollen from being bound and was released. The incident began when the four agents went to Hudson a cleaning firm thursday morning to collect Back sales taxes. They returned shortly before noon after they Learned the Check Hudson gave them would not Clear the Bank. At this Point Hudson pulled a gun on the four agents and ordered three of them to remove their clothes and walk into the Street according to Vince Tuminello one of the agents released. A the said he would kill him Duncan if we did not strip to he skin a Tuminello said. He identified the other two agents released with him As Lee Mullins and John Mabile. Tuminello and Mabile Are in their 50s and White Mullins is in his 30s and Black. Hudson after forcing the Trio into the Street naked bound the hands of Duncan chief of Field operations for the state Revenue department and put him in the Back of the store police said. Hudson communicated with police through the mail Slot in the door and a plate Glass window until an Auto arrived to take Hudson to his meeting with the governor. A spokesman for the governor said Hudson and Dunn a talked about several problems confronting Blacks in the country not just a the governor said he thought or. Hudson was frustrated because of taxes a Dunn a spokesman said. A emr. Hudson told the governor he pay the taxes and support his family. He said he realized he had done wrong he had to face the female gang chief arrested Hannover Germany apr Ulrike Meinhoff the female co Leader of West Germany a Baader Meinhoff gang of anarchist terrorists was. Arrested today at Hannover Airport As she arrived on a flight from West Berlin police sources reported. They said she had a bomb in her cosmetic Case and that a sub machine gun three revolvers several magazines of bullets and tools and materials for making bombs were in her Luggage. Andreas Baader the gangs other Leader was captured in Frankfurt two weeks ago and 14 of the other 22 hard Core members of the gang Are reported in police custody. The gang is accused of a recent wave of bombing attacks in which four . Soldiers were killed and 36 americans and germans were injured. The gang is also charged with a series of Bank robberies breaking car thefts and a plot to Kidnap Chancellor Willy Brandt. Mrs. Meinhoff is 37, a former journalist and the Mother of twin girls. The police sources said she was on her Way to Southern Germany when she was arrested. The sources said Federal police had gotten tips on her plans and moved Strong reinforcements into this North German City. The woman had been sought since May 1970, when Baader escaped while serving a three year sentence for a politically motivated arson attack on a Frankfurt department store. Mrs. Meinhoff was suspected of engineering the escape. After Baader escaped the gang launched a crime wave using fast stolen cars false papers and stolen License plates stolen police uniforms disguises Dum Dum bullets and powerful homemade bombs. A rash of Bank robberies is believed to have netted at least $67,000 for the gangs War Chest. Forecast North Carolina Vari 82 66 three Day forecast and saturday. Highs today and saturday around 80 beaches mid 80s to around 90 elsewhere. Lows tonight Low to mid 60s Day and mainly in the West portion monday and tuesday. Highs in the 80s. Lows in he 60s. Look what the colonels cooked up for father Day sunday june 18 feed a family of 4 Richmond slows Poce of merger Richmond a. A the Richmond school Board has changed its mind on pushing for consolidation by september of the City a mostly Black schools with the overwhelmingly White schools in two suburban counties. The 4th . Circuit court of appeals last week overturned a . District court judges decision ordering the merger of the three school systems to achieve racial balance. The Board said thursday that a there could be no orderly and effective implementation of the merger by the fall but reaffirmed its plan to Appeal the circuit courts ruling to the supreme court. The school Board said it decided any attempt to Force merger by september would be inadvisable because of operational difficulties and because it a would not be in the Best interest of the school children in the Richmond metropolitan Ervin s Senate colleagues vote for Saab Washington a sen. Sam Ervin d n. C., was the Lone senator from either North Carolina or South Carolina voting for cutting off funds to the subversive activities control Board thursday. Sens. Ernest Hollings Democrat and Strom Thurmond Republican of South Carolina voted to continue giving the Board $450,000 per year. Sen. B. Everett Jordan d-., was not recorded As voting. High Point Enterprise Friday june 16, 1972 a 2-year-old gets kidney Minneapolis miss. Apr doctors at University of Minnesota Hospital have transplanted an adult kidney into the body of a 2-year-old, 14-Pound boy with apparent Success. John Lewis of Charleston s.c., received a kidney from his Mother Patti in an operation nine Days ago. Although John will be 2 years old next month his 14-Pound weight was about what a 6-month-old baby might be expected to weigh. The condition was a result of a kidney disorder that made it impossible for him to grow. After a Long and unsuccessful search for a donor kidney from a person Johns size doctors at University of Minnesota Hospital decided to try transplanting a kidney from his Mother in order to save his life. A John unquestionably is the smallest and probably the youngest child Ever to receive an adult kidney in a transplant a said or. John Najarian the hospitals surgery chief who headed the transplant team. Najarian said the boy was progressing a a beautifully and probably would be released from the Hospital next week. A the can now look Forward to a Normal growth and a full Active life a said Najarian. A the kidney looked almost As big As John did when we started putting it in but its working mrs. Lewis already has been discharged from the Hospital. The kidney she donated was six inches Long. The surgeons had to Cut from the Bottom of Johns breastbone past his Navel to his pubic Bone. This was the longest incision they could make and Najarian said the opening was just Large enough to squeeze the kidney through. Johns new kidney now occupies the entire right half and part of the left Side of his abdominal cavity. His other internal organs were moved around to make room for the kidney. A furniture a Market samples at prices the Only show room in High Point Selling direct to the Public Ibe sure to shop a 3 floors. Our Low discount prices will save you Money. Open daily 9 30 to 5 30 sat. Till 5 Cash Lay a Way Bank Amer card or master charge 108 Commerce St. Building savings of. 40%-50%-60% furniture Market samples cancellations closeouts i w Vrr sages immobile studio a the mugging return it popular Demanty bring the family living color 5x7 portrait custom silk finish in gift folder Complete no handling charge no extra charge for groups 5 color proof for solution by graduate photographer Fred Cato no appointment Nelt Wory. One special per family. Studio located on the parking lot. Am letting held in privacy. Modem Mobile von studio. 3 Days Only Friday 12am-6pm saturday 10am-6pm sunday 12 am-6pm Mann drug no. 3 Soo s. Main Street these cod ideas can help you save Clochi City a Good hot meal for less than a Dollar a person try this special Finger lick Good Chicken dinner with All the trimmings included Are. A 9 pieces of Chicken a 1 pint of creamy Slaw a 1 pint of potatoes a 6 hot fresh Rolls a 1 pint of Gravy offer Good from june 14 thru june 18 try this special today and find out Why. Dad loves what the colonel gooks sizzling summer heat causes you to use More electricity for air conditioning. But done to waste it use it efficiently by following these simple hints. Your unit will run More efficiently and the cooled air will circulate better. Up your Cool indoors Alvo your Rongo a rest set your thermostat to the highest comfortable temperature. For most people it s about 76� to 78 j. Each degree lower will add about 8% to your air conditioning Cost. Koop filters clean Quot it s Finger Licking Good a Kentucky Fried Chicken 130 w. Lexington ave. 1924 English retd a High Point . 410 Imrit Epli Street a Thomasville . A Asheboro . \ place a want and today clean or replace air conditioner filters once a month windows and outside doors should be kept closed when your air conditioning is on to keep Cool air from escaping outdoors. Turn off Tho Sun close blinds shades and drapes on the sunny Side of your Home to keep out the suns hot rays. Avoid using your oven and surface units any More than you have to. Cooking hot meals adds heat and moisture inside your Home. Control the heat producers turn off heat producing lights Irons to sets and other appliances when not really needed. These simple suggestions will help you use your air conditioning reduce your use of electricity. Duke Power making life q Little better

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