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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 16, 1974, High Point, North Carolina A High Point Enterprise sunday Jane elections promised in Yemen Amman. Jordan a North Yemen s army Dud of staff said saturday that the country t new military rulers have pledged to turn the red sea Republic into a parliamentary democracy and hold general elections within six to eight months col Hussein Al Niswari who was out of the country when a seven Man Junta of Young officers setted Power thursday told a news conference Here that the Junta planned to retire from politics after elections Are held Niswari said he was informed of the new regime s plans in a Telephone conversation with col. Irrahim Elhardt. Who headed the coup he added that he pledged allegiance to the new regime and implied he had been retained As chief of staff Niswari said he had agreed to act As an emissary of the Junta to explain the a corrective nature of the movement to other Arab countries. The coup he said was aimed at ending the a exhaustive feuds Between former president Abdul Rahman Irani and the country a consultative Council. An appointed parliament made up mostly of tribal chieftains. Irani resigned thursday. A few hours before the coup took place. The new rulers then suspended the Constitution and the consultative Council although the new regime pledged to uphold a 1972 agreement providing for an eventual merger Between North Yemen and the marxist South Yemen Republic Niswari accused the Southern state of a plotting and financing massive sabotage in the he said a group of Southern backed saboteurs Quot was arrested in North Yemen last week and Quot documents of a plan to overthrow the Northern government by armed Force was found on them. Arm workers Harvest tobacco in Georgia tobacco Farmers like new marketing plans Valdosta. A. A most people agree the Best Way to get a tobacco Farmer $ Dander up is to Tell him the government is trying to meddle in his business. But this year the government is meddling and Only a few armers Are complaining new tobacco marketing guidelines set Forth by the . Department of agriculture and the flue cured tobacco marketing committee Promise to revolutionize the billion Dollar a year Leaf Industry. A it was imperative that the marketing system be changed commented Georgia farm Bureau president Emmett Reynolds. A the old system was simply outdated archaic despite some bickering of Burlington Bank paroles granted former officials Greensboro no. Apr three men including a former Board chairman of the american medical association have been granted paroles from prison that originally were denied in late May. The three were among five former officials of the North state Bank in Burlington Given Active prison terms for mis applying $18 million in Bank funds or. John r. Kem Odle 58. A Burlington physician who was Board chairman of the Ama and former chairman of the Bank $ Board of directors will be released oct. 20, according to a Federal paroles officer. Kem Odle began serving an 18-month sentences in january. Houston p. Sharpe a former textile executive and Pilot killed in Jet crash Sylva n. C. Ai a military Jet crashed on a Hillside Oil u. S. 441 near Sylva saturday and the Pilot was believed killed according to the Jackson county sheriffs department. Authorities said a body believed to be that of the Pilot was found at the scene Bank director from Graham who began serving a 15-month sentence in january will be released july 30. Former Bank president Norman g. Smith 56. Of Haw River serving two concurrent 18-month terms that also began in january will be released nov. 21, the parole officer said. All three men pleaded guilty to two counts each of misapplication of Bank funds. The violations occurred in late 1972, prior to North states merger with the Bank of North Carolina n a. Federal paroles officer Fulton pans said his office received notification of the paroles on june to from the Federal prison Camp in Montgomery ala., where the three Are confined another Federal paroles officer Thomas w. Jones said in late May that his office had been informed by the . Board of paroles that the men s sentences would be served a until Jones also said at the time that the paroles Board could reopen the cases but that such action would be highly unusual. Paris said the paroles Board members a evidently just changed their among growers warehousemen buyers politicians and tobacco officials in the 211-Market Georgia Florida flue cured tobacco Belt. Most concede the new system is perhaps the Best thing that Ever happened to tobacco farming lamer county agent John Strickland says most Farmers in his county Are Happy because the new regulations should Cut Down on the Sale of out of state tobacco in Georgia under the new marketing plan tobacco growers desiring Federal Price supports must designate the amount and place they want to sell their crop the Sale Market must be within too Miles of the growers county seat. These regulations should virtually eliminate shipments from the Nixon makes anniversary Call to Tricia Jidida saudi Arabia apr president Nixon paused in the Middle of his Mideast tour to Telephone his daughter Tricia and wish her a Happy anniversary. The Call was placed wednesday from Cairo but press Secretary Ronald Ziegler did not announce it until Friday. Tricia the Nixon solder daughter married Edward Cox in a White House ceremony on june 12, 1971 Carolinas Virginia and other states resulting in higher prices for Georgia Leaf prices upward of 90 cents this season were predicted by an agriculture department spokesman the revision also will give growers a longer Opportunity to sell their crops. A because of insufficient storage facilities most Farmers want to sell their tobacco on the Market As quickly As possible said Lowndes county agent George Kessler one drawback May be the closing of smaller markets which relied heavily on out of state tobacco officials predict these outlets will be doomed unless they open to More Georgia Florida tobacco. Consequently warehousemen Are scrambling to line up business commitments from local growers according to William l. Lanier director of the tobacco and Peanut division of the . Agricultural and stabilization service the main advantage to the new grower designation plan is that it will accomplish More orderly marketing Numa f. Reid Lodge or j44 of. 4 a a. Imit it Ommett Catlon my. Taw of i it f in Willis c. Narris matter j r p. Mcguire Sanator Zales Westchester Mau Rhone 883-1640 jew twins serving High Point business with office supplies Jarrette stationery company Quot our 73rd year Quot 106 Wrynn St. 002-1611 Bulova a name you can depend on for the right time a. Menus acc tron Day Date $200. B. Ladies Bulova Bracelet watch 17 jewels $85. C. Ladies acct Ron Calendar watch $195. Ales Golden years Ami we a Only just begun. Zales revolving charge a Zales Cullom charge Banka Menyerd a master charge american a pres a diners club a carte Blanche a layaway Navy is sued for Bias Memphis a a former Navy lieutenant summarily discharged in 1971 when he was bypassed for promotion has accused the Navy of sex discrimination in not granting male officers the same tenure As female officers. Quot if i had been a female officer i would have been guaranteed 13 years of commissioned William James Gertz said saturday Gertz has filed a Federal court suit asking a three judge panel to declare the practice unconstitutional. I am not fighting the Navy a said Gertz. Quot i am fighting a Federal the Law states that when an officer of the regular Navy is passed Over twice for promotion to lieutenant commander. He is mandatorily discharged on june 30 of the fiscal year that he was bypassed the second time Gertz said female officers Art guaranteed tenure of 13 years. Gertz 37. Married and father of three has been working As a division manager of a plastics molding Plant in the Memphis area since his discharge. A i can partially understand the reasoning behind the Law a he said a it is to give the people who just can to Hack the program a Way out. But in a sure there is a better Way. Especially for someone who has Over is years in military Gertz enlisted in the Navy in 1955 and was promoted to Ensign an officers rank in 1961. He said he did not file suit when he was discharged on june 30, 1971, because a i did no to find the Point of Law. Senator says Kissinger is Little thin skinned Washington a sen Mike Mansfield a Mont said saturday that Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger is a a Little thin skinned when it comes to criticism. Mansfield said that Kissinger told him in a personal conversation on june 8 that he was considering resigning because of the a Cloud Over his head a on the government wiretapping Issue Mansfield said the next Day a sunday he received a Telephone Call at Home from Kissinger saying he was thinking about not going with president Nixon on the Middle East trip also because of controversy stirred up by the East germans hold Drunken us soldiers Berlin Art two drunk i s in a Blue convertible drove to within six inches of the Berlin Wall on saturday and East German Border guards held them for eight hours before the russians intervened and released them the . Army said. An officer at the scene said the East germans grabbed the car keys to prevent the soldiers from turning around and there were reports one of the go was hit by the guards. Quot we cannot determine who struck whom if in fact anyone struck a an army spokesman said. A there May Well have been a scuffle when the East germans removed the the army said the go were sober by the time the incident was Over. The soldiers were not immediately identified. Wiretaps a a i guess it kept eating away at him Quot Mansfield said in an interview. A i told him he ought to Roll with the punches and do his Job. But i guess he s a lot More sensitive than people think Quot said Mansfield the Senate majority Leader. A a he a a Little thin skinned and not really used to the hazards of politics or at least not As much As he is lewd to the laurels Quot Mansfield a member of the Senate foreign relations committee said he advised Kissinger not to quit. That his energies and capabilities Are needed during a news conference tuesday in Salzburg Austria. Kissinger threatened to resign if attacks on his integrity Are not cleaned up. He has asked the Senate foreign relations committee to determine whether he lied last september about his role in National Security wiretapping. Mansfield said also the possibility lists that Egypt could develop a nuclear bomb from the technology that the United states has agreed to furnish. He noted that Canada had the same arrangement with India to provide nuclear technology for peaceful purposes and subsequently India did develop a nuclear device. Ltd a prescription for glosses we fill any doctor s a a comply Spox a Lien i a Dpi out of a off Street parking p. In re by a i Hewon Cokerham amp Howan 527 nor dispensing opticians Orth main Call 887 5194 today is june 16th Millis Square opens August 1st. Hunter heating amp air conditioning is about to Bury these ducts somewhere deep in High Points past. 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