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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 17, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Ways proposed to slow . Population growth by Harry f. Rosenthal associated press writer Washington a in a report certain to stir bitter debate a presidential commission recommends abortion on request and contraceptive services minors As ways to halt America s population growth. The commission which set out the need for stabilizing growth in the first of a three part report issued last week said Public and private health services should assume All costs connected with Fertility. It would mean an outlay of up to so i billion a year the commission said to pay for contraceptives for prenatal delivery and first year paediatric care for voluntary sterilization. Abortion and medical treatment of infertility. All but $1 billion of this Cost is now borne by Public and private agencies the commission said. Criticism of the report came quickly particularly its recommendation that a a women should be free to determine their own Fertility that the matter of abortion should be left to the conscience of the individual concerned in consultation with her physician and that states should be encouraged to enact affirmative statutes creating a Clear and positive framework for the practice of abortion on msgr. James t. Mchugh of the United states Catholic conference said the a a preoccupation with finding an effective Way to eliminate the unwanted child has led the commission. Into an ideological Valley of the four Catholic members of the 24-member commission and sen. Alan Cranston. I -calif., dissented from the Section on abortion. The commission was established by Congress two years ago on request of president Nixon to study a population and the american its chairman. John i. Rockefeller Iii. Said a the commission recognizes and would stress that Many of its recommendations seek to achieve social goals desirable and important in their own rights for example greater opportunities for women and children and Freedom of Choice in reproduction a the report placed emphasis on a creating social conditions wherein the desired values of individuals families and communities can be Indian commission student is youngest organizes Man on population body St. Patrick s Day marked by killings Belfast apr two More killings thursday night ushered in St. Patrick s Day in Northern Ireland amid reports of steadily rising protestant unrest and the consequent threat of retaliation for the terrorism of the Ira s roman Catholic guerrillas. A bomb exploded in a Public lavatory thursday night in Lur Gan killing a 19-year-old woman. British troops found the body of a Young Man in a Catholic Parish Hall North of Belfast a Ardoyne District a stronghold of the underground Irish Republican army. He had been shot in the head and the army said it was not involved in his death. This brought the death toll to 278 in the province s religious warfare since August 1969 the British also reported at least two snipers wounded in a gunfight with troops on the outskirts of Belfast and said one captured. Two other civil d a it son. . A Stephen l. Salyer of Cincinnati 21-year-old Davidson College senior is the youngest member of the commission on population growth and the american future which recommended thursday easing of restrictions on abortion sex education and Fertility control. The ohioan who is unmarried first drafted the Section or the rights of women and children. He turned in a 25-Page draft last fall on a the family alternatives to child bearing and the rights of children. Some of its provisions adopted by the full presidential commission include a Public and private forces join together to assure that adequate child care programs that will include health nutritional and education components Are available to All families who wish to make use of them. A fall Laws which discriminate against illegitimate children Are to Bel abolished. A the government provide a subsidy for parents who wish to adopt children especially minorities. But cannot afford it he weather un1 Raleigh api the North Carolina commission on indians affairs established by the 1971 legislature to Aid federally unrecognized indians scheduled its organization meeting today. The commission is composed of 12 members three from each of four Indian groups. The Eastern band of cherokees Are not represented. The cherokees Are the Only federally recognized tribe in North Carona. And is such get Federal Money for local programs. Their leaders said they Felt the commission working As a funnel for Federal funds for other indians might result in the cherokees getting a smaller Cut of the Federal pie. The commission May consider selecting a full time executive director who must be of Indian extraction. The groups represented Are the acc maw Siouan of the Lake acc maw area the a Liwa of Warren county the Cohune of Sampson county and the lumbers of the Robeson Columbus county area. There Are about 32,000 lumbers the largest of the groups. In 30s tonight statewide liquor vote is favored North Carolina received thursday the first general rain of consequence in almost a month. Nearly one and one Quarter inches was reported in sections of the coastal Plain. Nearly an Inch was common in other areas. The Chance of rain was expected to decline however. To Only about to per cent through saturday. The forecast for the High forecast North Carolina Chance of showers mainly this morning a Chance of Snow flurries higher elevations mountains. Partly Cloudy later today. Cooler most sections. Highest today Low to mid 50s, mountains upper 50s to lower 60s elsewhere but near 70s coast. Partly Cloudy tonight and saturday. Colder tonight lowest 30s West and 40s East. Cool saturday highs from near 50 mountains to lower 60s Southeast portion. Soith Iro inn variable cloudiness today with Chance of rain East portion this morning. Mostly Clear and cooler tonight. Partly Cloudy saturday. Highs today 70s extreme South 60s elsewhere. Lows tonight 30s Inland 40s Southeast. Highs saturday in the 60s. Point area Calls for partly Cloudy skies tonight with temperatures becoming colder and dropping into the mid 30s. Saturday will be partly Cloudy with a High near 60 the Long Range forecast Calls for a Chance of showers tuesday but the weather sunday and monday should remain mild. Temperatures Kannapolis. No. A the Rev. Coy c. Privette. President of the North Carolina Christian action league says he favors a statewide vote on liquor by lie drink. The state supreme court ruled wednesday that a liquor by the drink referendum passed by Mecklenburg county voters last fall was unconstitutional. Commenting on the supreme court ruling the Baptist minister said he could not predict How a statewide vote would go but he said he is confident dry forces Are becoming stronger. A ians were shot and wounded in Belfast but the army said its men were not involved. Premier Jack Lynch of the Irish Republic demanded in a political speech that the British government immediately make Public the concessions to the catholics which it has been debating for weeks. British prime minister Edward Heath said in a speech that these would offer the province s Catholic minority a a real and meaningful part in the making of decisions which shape their future a but the British newspaper the guardian reported that the army had warned Heath a serious trouble involving significant numbers of protestants would almost certainly follow any sort of major concessions to the catholics. One senior army officer said today a your studies Lead us to believe that there could almost certainly be some very horrible acts inspired by protestants in some areas of Belfast and in the the protestants so far have left the Ira to the army and the provincial police. But army sources said protestant Street gangs known As the tartans because of their traditional Devotion to a Lead wig scottish soccer team have been showing up in trouble spots in recent weeks. Tongue in Cheek Many a Young Man who writes political speeches for a living finds it a a a promising career. Harrisburg 7 trial centers on records Harrisburg a. A the prosecution in the conspiracy trial of the Rev. Philip Berrigan and six co defendants has shifted its focus from an alleged plot to Kidnap White House aide Henry a. Kissinger to the destruction of draft records. The government s Star witness Fri informer Boyd Douglas jr., stepped Down thursday after 14 Days on the witness stand in which he held tenaciously that Berrigan masterminded during the Spring and summer of 1970 a scheme to Kidnap Kissinger and blow up heating tunnels to Federal buildings in Washington. The kidnapping and the Tunnel explosions never materialized but draft offices were vandalized during 1970 Ine Pennsylvania. Delaware new York Connecticut and Massachusetts. The government had begun the testimony phase of the trial four weeks ago before Douglas took the stand with details on three Philadelphia draft file destruction. On thursday it turned to raids in Dover. Georgetown and Wilmington Del. With eight witnesses testifying about details that purportedly linked at least three of the defendants of t h e rns i s t e r Elizabeth Mcalister and Anthony and Mary Scoblink. Scoblick is a former priest his wife an Exun. High Point Enterprise Friday March 17, 1972 3a Wallace resumes Campaign Trail after Day in office Montgomery. Ala. Apr after a Day of work in the office gov. George c. Wallace is on the Campaign Trail again today with a speech to an Alabama teacher organization and a news conference in Texas. From the line Star state. Wallace moves into Wisconsin next week for the first of 12. And perhaps. 13 More primaries in his quest for the democratic presidential nomination. His Campaign people say he is counting most heavily on seven key states where he figures he can make the Best showing Wisconsin on april 4. Pennsylvania april 25, Indiana May 2. Tennessee May 4, North Carolina May 6. And Maryland and Michigan on May 16 they have a total of 623 votes at the nomination convention in Miami Beach. At the present Wallace Isnit officially on the ballot in Indiana. But his Headquarters says he will file the required petition with the 5,500 voters by the March 23 deadline. Other primaries in which the Alabama governor is running Are Rhode Island on april la. Massachusetts april 25, Nebraska and West Virginia May 9. And new Mexico june 6. He is on the Oregon ballot but whether he will Campaign actively for the May 23 primary there is undetermined. Wallace got a big Start in Delegate commitment tuesday with his Victory in the Florida primary where he Drew 42 per cent of the votes and 75 of the state s 81 convention delegates. Wallace a visit today to Austin. Tex., for a news conference in the House of representatives chamber gave credence to reports that the governor will try to pick up some of that state s delegates its democratic convention May 6 Texas has no presidential primary. His first Campaign appearance of the year in Wisconsin will be the night of March 23 at a rally in the Madison City auditorium. It was in Wisconsin that he ran in his first presidential primary eight years ago and made a surprisingly Strong showing. Wallace also has rallies planned in la Crosse on March 28, Racine two nights later and Sheboygan on april 3. The nigh before the primary. From now until the election there Wallace probably will spend most of his time in Wisconsin but he May make a flying trip now and then to one of the other states where he is running. When Wallace appears Friday morning at the Alabama education association annual convention in Birmingham he will probably make a plea for voter support for Alabama delegates pledged to him. He is on the outs with National party leaders in Alabama., but will try to win control of t h e convention delegation. Twenty nine delegates will be elected in the May 2 democratic primary and Runoff May 30 and they in turn will choose six More delegates. Wallace has candidates running for most if not All of the 29 places in the primary. Or. . Keith optometrist new location 209 English re. Corner English re. Amp Elm St. Phone 882-2810 tit Carter paints and decorative products limited time Only buy one get one you re not fair to yourself of you try to buy o to Mon a ring or watch by troll or from o pie fur. Go into any reliable leveler a elect the ring or Wotch Tho Tutti your pocketbook. I be been dealing in diamonds and Otchet for Over 40 year thirty four Peori right Here in High Point in thu tame location and proud of it. Twin in i Quot Nash Savis Tou Cas Nash jewelry a loan co. 127 n. 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