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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 15, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Weather scattered Shower More data on Page 3a 90th yeah no. 287 the High Point Enterprise Call us circulation 882-1719 classified ads 885-2177 other dept. 885-2181 High Point n. C., tuesday afternoon october 15, 1974 42 pages daily 10c, sunday 25c . Invites palestinian extremists United nations. N y. Apr Yasir Arafat to the israelis a master terrorist and to the arabs a Freedom fighter is expected at the United nations Early next month As the first outsider to speak to the general Assembly since Pope Paul i in 1965. The Assembly monday approved 105 to 4 a Resolution inviting Arafat s Palestine liberation organization the Plo to participate in its debate on the Palestine question. The Plo would be treated As a the representative of the palestinian people a a the Resolution said. Only the United states. Israel Bolivia and the dominican Republic voted against the Resolution sponsored by half the 138 . Members led by Arab and communist governments Twenty countries abstained. Yosef Tekoah israelis ambassador condemned the vote As a the surrender of the United nations to murder and he charged that Arafat Heads not Only the Plo but also the Black september group extremists who claimed responsibility for the murder of israeli athletes at the 1972 olympic games in Munich. The israeli contended that Arafat personally radioed commands for eight Black september terrorists to kill . And belgian diplomats in Khartoum Sudan last year. . Ambassador John a. Scab said the United states favors Justice for the palestinians but is concerned that the invitation a could have the ultimate effect of working against the interests of a palestinian he suggested that allowing a no government representative to take part in an Assembly debate might create a a dangerous precedent which May. Return to haunt this organization a perhaps cripple its minutes after the vote a Plo representative Nabeel Shaath told a news conference that a Plo delegation a at the highest level would participate in the palestinian debate expected to Start on nov. 7. A there is quite a see . On 2a for answers to questions or help with a problem Call or write action line in care of the Enterprise. Every request is considered but please understand that the volume makes it impossible to answer or even acknowledge every one. Help for family turkish Aid ban Dies House upholds veto president Ford after veto message a wire photo Washington a the House failed today to override president Fords veto of Congress cutoff of military Aid to Turkey killing the cutoff. The vote was 223 to 135 to override 17 Short of the two thirds necessary. House appropriations chairman George h. Mahon d-tex., said the committee would meet later in the Day to redraft a new emergency funding Resolution for a number of Federal agencies. The Resolution died with the veto because the Turkey Aid cutoff was attached to it. The House vote was Congress first on overriding any of Fords vetoes and the House began recording it on the electronic voting counters on each end of the chamber almost immediately after Fords veto message was read. There was no debate. Opponents of the turkish Aid said optimistically monday that spot checks indicated they might be Able to Muster a two thirds House vote today to override Fords veto of the Aid cutoff. But the opponents agreed with predictions of leaders including Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott that the Senate will sustain Fords veto whether the House overrides or not. A presidential veto can be overturned Only by a two thirds vote of both House and Senate. Congress has postponed its Campaign recess for a week to act because the Turkey Aid cutoff is in an emergency Stopgap funding Resolution for agencies whose Legal spending authority expired sept 30. Denouncing a reckless acts a Ford said in his veto message monday that Congress Resolution to Cut off Aid to Turkey is a entirely destructive to . Efforts to bring about Cyprus peace negotiations. The president also said the Aid cutoff might imperil . Relations with Turkey a and weaken us in the crucial Eastern Mediterranean. A it directly jeopardizes the nato Alliance a he added. Nixon withheld facts says Ehrlichman lawyer alcohol causes deaths rather than marijuana q. This family has a need of one Gas stove. The father works four Days a week and he has been sick. He does t make enough Money to pay rent and Light Bills and buy groceries. They can to keep warm because of no heat in the House. The social service told the Mother that the father makes too much Money to get Aid from them but they done to have anything to eat. If you can help this family please go to. There Are three children in school and they Are sick sometimes because of Lack of heat. The stove they have is disapproved by the City building inspector because there is no Glass front on it. Please help any Way you can. Thank you. Q. I wanted to talk about throwing this stuff out of the Freezer and i know a lady and she and her husband have no children and her husband is sick and can to work. She has taken his brother a children where the Mother died and there Are three of them to raise and she would be glad to get that food if the woman is going to throw it out. She does t have any work next week and is out of work All next week and she would appreciate any food you could give those children and she would use the food if the lady is going to throw it out. A. Urban ministry of High Point tries to help in cases like these but they do request that the family in need Contact them directly so please Call Zeke Ellis at the Pitcher and cup 885-0191. Proof for Stamps q. I d rather not give my name because i want some information that is very embarrassing. I keep Reading in the paper about food Stamps and that just a Small percentage of people that Are eligible Are taking advantage of it. I think i would be eligible for it with my limited income. I m not on social Security but i would like to get some information printed about it As to do they Call your employer. What kind of records do they have to have to find out whether you Are eligible or not anon. A the records you would need to bring to the dept of social services Are social Security card pay stubs or statements from employers rent receipt or record of mortgage payment records of other income records of Bank accounts income tax records and the names Ages and income of everyone living in the household done to be embarrassed to Call them As they Are looking for those who Are eligible counselling available q. Where can a 17 is year girl turn for help when her Mother is inflicting mental cruelty on her Lier Mother suppresses her she tells lies on her and escorts her everywhere. The girl is now on the verge of a Complete breakdown. The Young girl is a Christian a Good student and her friends Are too but the Mother seems to be trying to be her sister instead of her Mother. Those close to the situation feel that the Mother is using her daughter for personal reasons. This is urgent. I am very worried for the Young girl. There certainly must be some Law to protect children from a sick Parent. Anon. A. The girl can go to the family service Bureau or the youth services Bureau both agencies have Counselor to help with family problems surveying the land q. What is the proper procedure or getting a Survey of a lot and have purchased a Home and would like to know How i can get a Survey on the lot thank you. A new resident. A if you bought the Home through a real estate Agency they can Tell you or you can consult one of the surveyors listed in the yellow pages under a surveyors land. Raleigh apr neither marijuana nor so has killed a North carolinian but alcohol directly or indirectly killed at least 3,000 tar Heel citizens in 1973. That a a conclusion offered by ors. Page Hudson and Arthur j. Mcbay in the current Issue of the North Carolina medical journal. What they say is that alcohol is the states predominant killer drug. The two physicians examine All North carolinians who die of unnatural causes. Hudson is the state medical examiner and Mcbay is the chief toxicologist. A in the deaths attributed to alcohol 175 persons were directly killed by the substance in 1973. At least 3,000 More persons in North Carolina were killed by alcohol related diseases such As cirrhosis of the liver or by accidents in motor vehicles or drownings or misuse of firearms. Heroin an illegal drug. Killed four persons in the state last year they reported but Psi did t what a More cases where or marijuana kill anyone they said in marijuana or Ltd use was listed by police As indirectly causing death such As an Auto wreck examination revealed alcohol was in the bloodstream of the victims. The state physicians also Point out that nationally a fewer than three or four deaths have been reported to be directly caused by the toxic effects of Ltd there is one dubious Case attributed to marijuana Quot prescription barbiturates sleeping pills counted for 35 deaths in North Carolina during 1973, the article said with nearly All of the victims taking an intentional overdose. The Trade name drug called darvon a a pain reliever was credited with 21 deaths from intentional or accidental overdose. Another 28 persons were killed by other Legal drugs with six of those cases being aspirin overdoses. Teenagers in 1972 died mostly from accidental death the doctors reported. In most of those cases alcohol was involved they said. The accidental deaths were mostly by Auto wrecks firearms accidents and drownings six Young people died from sniffing air plane glue or freon from Spray cans during 1973, Mcbay and Hudson reported. In an interview Hudson said the state should put More emphasis on alcohol abuse than on drug abuse. A alcohol is where the greatest problem is and it s what needs the attention. It is substantially More dangerous than marijuana. The dangers of marijuana have yet to be demonstrated. Liddy released on Bond Washington a g. Gordon Liddy the silent Man among the original watergate defendants was released today on $5,000 Bond after serving 21 months in jail. He had been the Only one of the first seven defendants still behind bars serving a minimum sentence of six years and eight months. . District judge Gerhard a. Gesell released Liddy from the District of Columbia jail pending Appeal by Liddy on two convictions one for the june 17, 1972, break in at the democratic National committees Headquarters and the other for conspiracy in the Ellsberg break in Case Washington a John d. Ehrlichmann a lawyer accused former president Richard m. Nixon today of deliberately withholding information about watergate a to save his own William s. Prates said in his opening statement to the jury trying Ehrlichman and four others for conspiracy in the watergate cover up that a president Nixon who knew the full Story withheld it from John Ehrlichman and prevented Ehrlichman from making a full disclosure of the facts that Ehrlichman recommended at that time Over and Over Prates thus Laid out Ehrlichmann a defense that a Richard Nixon deceived misled lied and used John he said that at the same time that Nixon was calling Ehrlichman one of the finest Public servants he had Ever known a the was deliberately withholding information. Covering up to save his own As Frates spoke Ehrlichman who had been Nixon a number two aide until he resigned four months into Nixon a second presidential term sat at the counsel table staring fixedly at the jury. His lawyer said it was not easy for Ehrlichman to make such charges against the Man he served so Long. Frates asked the jury of nine women and three men to treat each defendant separately in making their decision at the end of a trial he expected to last three or four months. He referred to the White House tapes that Nixon fought so hard to retain in the White House. The tapes obtained after extended court fights and a supreme court decision will be played for the jury in the course of the trial. A the tapes might have done some people harm a Frates said a but they Are the greatest thing that Ever happened to John what s inside i amusements.6b Bridge. 6b classified ads6-11 ii comics8a crossword. 6b editorials. 4a financial2a obituaries. 3b sports4-5b television. 9a women a news6-7a weather. 3a Frates made the first open ing statement for the defense. Lawyers for two other defendants Robert c. Price of human body rises with inflation Evanston 111. A like Many other things nowadays the stuff that makes up the human body has risen steeply in Price. Or. Donald t Forman estimated monday that the inorganic components of a person weighing 150 pounds Are now Worth about $5 60 in inflated dollars the Northwestern University biochemist in 1969 figured the value at $3 50. In 1936 it was estimated at 98 cents. More than 60 per cent of body weight is water. About a third is fat and protein Ash and minerals in the Skeleton and body fluids make up about 5 7 per cent of the body a weight Forman calculates. Principal among these Are sodium potassium Calcium magnesium Iron phosphorous Chloride and Fulfur. There Are traces of Copper Cobalt molybdenum Mang anese Zinc chromium iodine and fluorine. And there Are even More minute traces of barium strontium Lead Nickel Mercury Gold and Stiver. Just since january the prices of chemicals listed in Cata logs have gone up to to 13 Richard Benveniste walks to courtroom a wire photo Mardian and Kenneth w. Parkinson were to follow. The other defendants in r Haldeman and John n. Mitchell reserved their opening statements until the prosecution cases end. The first witness was to be John Dean Iii the first White House insider to accuse Nixon and his closest associates. Dean was to testify to a jury that had been told by government prosecutor Richard Benveniste on Mon Day that Nixon once suggested Dean be Given to investigators As a sacrificial a Thors do oeuvre and maybe they won t come Back for the main quoting from tape recordings to be made Public for the first time in the trial Benveniste told of conversations among the former president Haldeman and Ehrlichman in april 1973 about the threat posed by Dean then spilling the watergate Story to prosecutors. On april 14. Benveniste said the three men a considered a strategy of pushing Dean outside the Circle of wagons around the White it was then he added that Nixon suggested sacrificing Dean a self admitted participant in the cover up a the president recognized that if Dean was guilty that half of his staff could be considered guilty a Benveniste told the jury. He said Nixon made a Strong suggestion that a Dean has got to look Down the Road and realize there is Only one Man who can restore him to the practice of Law after it s All but by then. Dean already had gone to prosecutors with his Story. When that information was brought to the president by atty. Gen. Richard g. Kleindienst Benveniste said the discussions turned to How the situation should be handled. Haldeman Nixon a chief of staff and Ehrlichman his Domestic Counselor resigned april 30. Dean who had issued a Public statement april 19 that a the would not become a Scapegoat in the watergate Case was fired april 30. Other than disclosures from the tapes the Story Benveniste outlined in his 3-hour, 10-minute statement was a familiar one it began with the meetings at which Mitchell Jeb s. Magruder and g. Gordon Liddy allegedly planned the watergate break in through its execution and the Ever More frantic efforts to bottle see Nixon on2a per cent he said. A inflation was really rapid a he said. He added that this rather than the rarity of any of the elements is responsible for the increase. Forman a faculty member at Northwestern a medical school and director of biochemistry at Evanston Hospital said he first calculated the chemical value of humans a because i was asked by a newspaper. And he adds of his tedious calculations a i Don t want to do it anymore it s a pain in the neck hello e. W Minms a d c. Court guard greets h r. Haldeman and his wife to top photo and John Ehrlichman Bottom photo during a luncheon break in the watergate cover up trial monday. Following Haldeman Are his daughter Susan partly shown and Frank stickler one of his attorneys. Behind Ehrlichman is William Frates one of his two lawyers. Let

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