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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1975, High Point, North CarolinaWeather continued mild More data on Page 5a 91st year no. 324 the High Point Enterprise Call us circulation ttm71f classified ads m5-2177 other depts. M5-2161 High n. Wednesday november .100 pages daily sunday prods slate president again refuses Aid letter bomb damage this is a View of a Hole blasted in a table by a letter bomb addressed to Queensland state Premier Joh Bjelke Peterson which exploded in a mail room on wednesday injuring two clerks. The explosion took place on the 14th floor of the state executive office building. Neither of the clerks was injured seriously. The Premier was campaigning in Northern Queensland. Related Story on Cap by Howard Benedict associated press writer Washington president Ford refused again today to offer new York City any Hope of Federal bailout Aid and instead urged the City and new York state to continue to work toward fiscal responsibility. Am convinced that if new York continues to move toward fiscal All parties concerned can look Forward to a satisfactory Resolution despite the current of Ford said in a five paragraph statement released by his press Ron Nessen. If the City and state continue to make Ford will review the situation Early next week to see if any legislation is appropriate at the Federal Nessen said the president did not have any specific legislation in but the statement said the bailout Bill now before the House of representatives to provide a loan guarantee of about billion dollars in and would veto Many new yorkers have held out some Hope that Ford would ease his stand on Federal Aid to their fiscally troubled City. Ford s statement was promised tuesday after the president met with his economic advisors and with Republican members of the new York congressional delegation. Ford in the past has insisted he will oppose any Federal of new York City and that the City and state should take Tough Steps to solve their local problem. One person who is predicting a new Ford sen. Jacob k. R said after meeting tuesday night with Ford that the president seems close to some kind of Aid for the City but that been no change in on Ford s opposition to pending Aid legislation. A conflicting View came from rep. Peter who also met with Ford. He said Ford s statement today would not contain any new proposals dealing with the crisis and added that the president seems to be waiting for the new York legislature to act toward solving the crisis. President Ford for answers to questions or help with a Call or write action line in care of the Enterprise. Every request is but please understand that the volume makes it impossible to answer or even acknowledge every one. Legitimate visit or q. There was a Man who came to our House giving away religious papers named he acted like he did not want to get out of the car and wanted you to come out there. I would not go. He finally came to the door and said he was afraid to come to the door because he did t know if we had a dog. Can you find out through the churches if it is legitimate or if he was trying to find out about the dog so he might come Back later and Rob i found out later that he acted the same Way at every House in the whole neighbourhood. Mrs. Concerned. A. We d go to any lengths to avoid canvassing several Hundred churches when he May not be connected with any. If he is the poor Guy must hate his Job. If you think it s a ruse to Case the ignore his ques Tion about your owning a dog or Tell him yours is trained to mangle Only intruders who come when no one is Home. Fuel for Fossil report q. 1 am doing a science project on and i have the names of some places i could write to and get information. The Only trouble is i Don t have the addresses. Could you please give me the addresses of the . Division of Mineral resources in Davidson College in Lex . State . State . State state geologist of the dept. Of conservation and development. Please print this because it is very urgent and important. C. A. Instead of writing to Why Don t you hop Down to the Public Library where we bet you la find enough material on fossils to keep you writing until we All turn into old fossils ourselves. The state agencies and colleges May be Happy to answer specific questions of but they May not reply in time for your report. Your request is a general Send me information on they would probably suggest references in your school or Public Davidson county Community College is listed in the phone the . State Library is used primarily by librarians getting information for patrons which is not found in the local libraries of the state. If you find you still need to write one on your list after exhausting All the Library s you can get the addresses there too. Just ask a reference librarian who can also show you How to use the card Catalon to dig up your Fossil information. Re action in response to mrs. H. In Sophia concerning the cerebral palsy our Campaign office will be open this week daily from 10 . Until 9 . The phone number is 885-9218 if she will please Call As Back. We had citizens of this area last week at our office to Volunteer for the March in january. We take this Opportunity to thank each one of them. Mrs. Larry Campaign coordinator for High Point Thomasville and surrounding areas. Sound off the civil air patrol Squadron in High Point Thomasville needs communication Van. Anyone who has a Van about the Ilie of a Imi aul trailer or any kind of trailer they would like to donate to our Pleasa Call 454-1591 and i will give them details. The gift i tax deductible. Thank Yon. Eddy Wright. King was alleged Fri target Martin Luther King or. By David c. Martin associated press writer Washington a top Fri official said today there was no justification for the Bureau s extensive Campaign to destroy or. Martin Luther King or. As a Leader of the civil rights movement. Associate Deputy director James b. Adams defended the Bureau s investigation of possible communist influences on King and said that the late atty. Gen. Robert f. Kennedy had requested and approved Fri wiretaps on the civil rights Leader. Testifying under oath before the Senate intelligence Adams said a total of 25 schemes were directed at discrediting King for which there was statutory basis or Adams said the motive for the Campaign against King known to late Fri director j. Hoover and one top but Adams refused to reveal that motive. Evidence made Public tuesday revealed that the Fri had wiretapped and bugged sent his wife an Anonymous letter which King took to be a suggestion he commit suicide shortly before he was to receive the 1964 Nobel peace and sought to promote a successor to King As the tonal negro one document raised the possibility that the Fri had been responsible for King s stay at the Memphis hotel where he was shot and killed in april 1968. Adams remark about Kennedy s approval of the wiretap did not apply to the electronic and it remained unclear who had approved the installation of 16 such eavesdropping devices against King. The Fri official told the committee that presi Dent of the United states and the attorney general specifically discussed their concern of communist influence with or. He identified Kennedy As the attorney general but did not mention the president by name. Kennedy served As at Torney general under both presidents Lyndon b. King on judge faces decision squeaky7 seeks charge dismissal Calif. The Federal judge presiding Over the trial of Lynette Fromme must decide whether to dismiss the charges against declare a mistrial or continue trial on a charge of attempting to kill president Ford. . District court judge Thomas Macbride opens a hearing today on motions by miss Fromme s attorney to dismiss the charges against miss Fromme or declare a mistrial on grounds that evidence was withheld. If Macbride dismisses the miss Fromme apparently would go free. If he declares a the prosecution says it will seek a new trial. If Macbride allows the trial to the defense would then make its opening statement. Miss Fromme s John contends that the prosecution failed to show him a witness statement to police which quoted As was t miss a Follower of convicted mass murderer Charles was arrested in a Park out Side the state Capitol on sept. 5. Secret service agents said she pointed a loaded .45 Caliper pistol Ai Ford from two feet away. Prosecutors contend miss what s inside amusements.8-9c bridge.5d classified ads.5-9d comics.4e crossword.5d editorials.4a financial.2a sports.1-5c television .2d women s . B weather.5a Fromme tried to fire the semiautomatic pistol and was shocked when it did t go off. Prosecution witnesses quoted As in a tone of regret or did t go both the prosecution and the defense submitted written arguments tuesday on Virga s motions. Virga said he did t learn until last Friday of the state ment to police by James a Sacramento state University student. The police reported that told them on the Day of the incident that miss lying under a tree after said re was t secret service agents said there were four live rounds in the Magazine of the but it could t have fired because there was no Cartridge in the firing chamber. Ehrlichman characters familiar new York former White House aide John Ehrlichman has turned novelist but he insists that his political thriller of White House intrigue and blackmail is All according to lbs evening news. But lbs said the contains unflattering portraits of a Richard Nixon like president and an . Haldeman like chief of staff As Well As a Cia director resembling Richard Helms. Daniel lbs noted tuesday that one of the unsolved mysteries of watergate was what president Nix on meant speaking of the use of the Cia in the he told we protected Helms from a hell of a lot of and Haldeman what Ehrlich Man in Erlichman s the Cia director Martin feels Ehrlichman on . Income Rise slows progressively Washington the government said to Day that americans personal income advanced in october for the third consecutive but at a progressively slower Pace. The Commerce department said individuals in come from All sources before deductions for taxes advanced by or at an annual rate of billion to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of billion. Along with other indicators of economic the personal income report provided further evidence of a slackening growth rate in the Economy. The october Advance was 1 per compared to increases of 1.2 per cent in september and 1.4 per cent in August. Commerce said pay raises for Federal civilian and military personnel accounted for billion of the increase at an annual rate. Private wages and salaries climbed at an annual rate of billion for compared with a billion Advance in september. The Over All Advance in wages and salaries came despite a smaller climb in manufacturing which had risen at an annual rate of billion in september but Rose billion in october. Commerce said the gains were with the electrical transportation food and textile industries showing the largest increases. Entering conviction Joan Little s Appeal rejected Raleigh North Carolina court of appeals today rejected Joan Little s Appeal of a breaking and entering conviction. The court ruled that there were no errors in the trial and let stand miss Little s 740 year jail sentence. Miss Little was in the Beaufort county jail on that conviction when she stabbed Jailer Clarence Alligood during an alleged sexual assault. She was acquitted in August of first degree murder charges in that Case. After the court of appeals heard Appeal on the breaking and entering charge. Her Jerry said at the time that he expected an Adverse ruling and would continue the Appeal into the Federal courts. Miss Little was convicted in 1974 in Beaufort county Superior court of breaking into House trailers. She was being held in the county jail pending Appeal when she escaped in August leaving the dead Jailer in cell. Eight Days she surrendered to state officials in Raleigh under the condition that she not be returned to Beaufort county. After a lengthy pretrial the trial was moved 110 mites West to Raleigh after the defense claimed the Young Black woman could not receive a fair trial in Beaufort county. The trial attracted nationwide attention from women s and civil rights groups. She has been free on Bond pending the Appeal. Since acquittal on the murder miss Little has been travelling throughout the country speaking to various groups in an Effort to raise Money to pay off defense expenses. Joan Little

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