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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 22, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Weather warming trend expected for area 88th year a no. 296 the High Point Enterprise High Point n. Cd a sunday morning october 22, 1972 140 pages Call us circulation. 882-1719 classified ads. 885-2177 All other departments 885-2161 daily 10c, sunday 2icfootball scores Carolina. 21 Wake Forest. 0 Duke. 20 Maryland. 14 Clemson. 37 Virginia. 21 state. 38 e. Carolina 16 United Appeal help 0. The movies we saw concerning United Appeal Laid they helped retarded children. I think that is wonderful and i give my share with an open wart of this is True what about the article in Sun Jay s paper about the Davidson Day care Center or retarded could t they receive some help so hey can continue the Good they seem to be doing a. Willie Everhart treasurer of the Day care a enter said the Lexington United fund is contributing $2,000 to the facility this year and hat a $2,000 donation had been approved for the 973 budget. Correction q Art Richardson had a very Good photograph f the cleaning of the front of our building furniture Plaza the cleaning process was a title in error which i thought your readers might be Clearing up. First these men go Over the building and scrub it with an acid solution. This is Len flushed Down with cold water and then after in Wall is dry it gone Back Over and sprayed Ith a silicone solution for waterproofing. I think in cleanliness of the front of the furniture Plaza i certainly an improvement to the Down town of of High Point All cleaned up and ready now in the fall Market. Max Meeks manager Furni ire Plaza. Re action q in regard to the navigators by mrs. C. M. Please ask her to Telephone 431-3979 after 6 . Peace Mission proving elusive Saigon a . Presidential adviser Henry a. Kissinger extended his conferences with top level South vietnamese officials a fourth Day saturday trying to Hammer out a peace settlement. Informants quoted the . Side As saying it would continue to support South Vietnam a military Effort but would take a hands off position in a political settlement leaving a decision on any interim government and Nguyen Van Thieu a own future to the South vietnamese president himself. A Saigon newspaper controlled by the presidential Palace and often regarded As reflecting the official views of Thieu said the president and his National Security Council have told Kissinger the South vietnamese reject an interim agreement. The paper tin song said that after three meetings with Kissinger the South vietnamese told him they reject All temporary peace solutions such As a partial cease fire. Thieu was quoted As saying any agreement must be a lasting settlement. The interim agreement concept envisions a part Way peace Deal perhaps before the nov. 7 . Presidential election which would be followed by fur ther negotiations toward a permanent settlement. Other sources also quoted Thieu As saying he was opposed to any kind of a limited ceasefire As Well As a tripartite government. He has insisted that a cease fire must include All of Indochina with All North vietnamese troops pulling out of Cambodia and Laos As Well As South Vietnam. Thienes willingness to resign is tied to a democratic election within six months of a settlement organized and run by an Independent body. Thieu has agreed to resign a month before the election but could run anew in the new election. 88 5-2051 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 Mokes it impossible to answer or a von acknowledge every one. Schooling for handicapped o. The parents of handicapped children Are repeatedly told that there no room for their classes. How then can the school Board decide that a Don t need an entire school building Leonard Street school May be old and inadequate and certainly not what our children deserve but it would be an improvement Over nothing. Mrs. E. A. We mailed a copy of your question to the superintendent and each member of the school Board present at the closed meeting when the disposition of Leonard St. School was discussed to see if this was brought up. Mrs. Dorothy Kearns and or. John briefer both of whom have been closely associated with special education in the City responded. And both said that Lack of physical facilities was not a problem and no child is refused admission to the Public schools solely on the basis there is no room. The placement of children is done on an individual basis they said following a staff meeting each Spring. Every person involved with the child kindergarten director teacher speech therapist nurse or developmental evaluation clinic staff a Pool their thoughts about the child a Progress and assign him or her for the following year to the class or school they feel will Benefit the child the most. If the child is chronologically 6, but too immature in skills or group behaviour etc., they May recommend another year at the High Point kindergarten for the handicapped until he is better Able to Cope with the adjustment to the Public schools. Mrs. Keams says there is a greater financial Burden on the parents of these children As the program has a higher proportion of teachers and staff to the number of children than is the Case in Public schools. Although very few the full rate the fee based on ability to has been raised As the Federal level subsidy is no More. She says they Are currently trying to prefigure the rates. Both school Board members did want to emphasize that it is thoughtful consideration of what is Best for the child not his age or Lack of physical space that May be delaying his assign ment to the Public schools. Super Cycle in Georgia Sam Green of Cleveland Ohio has everything but the Kitchen sink on his motorcycle and May put that in since he is a plumber. Green just passing through Macon ga., is proud of the a loaded Quot motorcycle which includes television stereo tape player air horns am pm radio 17 lights on the rear four on the sides and nine in front plus reflectors All Over. A wire photo Mcgovern berates Nixon is threatened at rally Reading a. A George Mcgovern campaigned across Pennsylvania a Industrial Belt saturday and accused the Nixon administration of preaching the Virtues of work without providing jobs. But the political activity was interrupted briefly in Kutztown radio men Aid pa., when a Man rushed at Mcgovern through a football game crowd shouting a get out of Here you bum you no Good bum a the unidentified Man was collared by secret service agents As he approached to within about to feet of searchers fail to locate Boggs Anchorage Alaska map a a report of radio transmissions monday that May have come from the missing plane carrying House democratic Leader Hale Boggs a discounted earlier in the week a led searchers saturday to concentrate their Hunt on an area near Juneau. Five California men All citizens band radio operators told a news conference Here that evidence indicates they May Nave talked last monday with Pilot Don e. Jonz who reported he was combating 70-mile-per-hour head winds and was Low on fuel. Jonz was Pilot of the Cessna 310 that vanished on a 560-mile flight from Anchorage to Juneau with Boggs rep. Nick Begich and a Begich aide aboard. Air Force maj. Henry Stocker coordinator of the massive five Day old search said a Daylong interview of the radio operators a helped us to better understand previous inconsistencies based on our initial information and although the general area we re talking about has been searched repeatedly an intensive search of that area will some 50 planes were in the air saturday and Stocker said the Hunt would focus on the Mansfield Peninsula about 12 Miles Southwest of Juneau. The californians a Al Miller and Victor Parker of Nevada City Ronald Crawford of Olivehurst Roy Harris of grass Valley and Joe Tatum of Butte a were flown to nearby Elmendorf air Force base saturday to meet with search officials. Mcgovern. He was handcuffed and questioned but later released without charge. A state police spokesman said he was not armed. Despite the proximity of the Man to Mcgovern the South Dakota senator said later just before leaving Reading a no i did no to see it. I Wasny to aware of Mcgovern had gone to the stadium at the request of the Kutztown president Lawrence Stratton to speak briefly during halftime of the Kutztown state Cheyney state College pa., football game. After the incident. Mcgovern went ahead and spoke then left for a Street rally at Reading. Mcgovern told crowds throughout the Day that the country cannot stand four More years of Nixon in the White House. A what i believe America needs in the 1970s is a Leader who can lift the vision of this nation a Mcgovern said in Scranton at his first of five rallies for the Day. Thieu a offer to resign first disclosed in a joint Allied peace proposal last january is thought to be contingent in part on his acceptance of an interim replacement. By the Law of the Constitution this would be Senate president Nguyen Van Huyen an avowed Independent. But reports saturday said Thieu had proposed some additional candidates including Ngo Khac Tinh the education minister Gen. Cao Van Vien chairman of the joint chiefs of staff prime minister Tran Tenien Khiem and others not identified. Informants also said Thieu was accurately describing the situation in telling visitors there was no rift Between him and the americans nor was he being pressured by them. Several senior South vietnamese officials were reported to have asked Thieu for assurances on the latter Point and got them. It is Likely the informants add that any announcement of an agreement or a new proposal by the Allied Side would come before the nov. 7 election. Although tile plan itself might not go into effect until afterwards. . Officials acknowledge that the election in which Nixon is seeking a second term May be responsible in part for the intensified negotiations. Reports circulated by vietnamese sources said the discussions Between Kissinger and Thieu included a recent proposal by the communists calling for Saigon to concede about 600 Square Miles of territory As a regrouping zones in connection with a cease fire. Under the plan a which could not be verified through either . Or South vietnamese officials a persons wishing to declare allegiance to the communist Side would go to these zones. Motive pondered renewed fighting rages in Vietnam Saigon a the communist commands renewed offensive flared saturday from the Central Highlands to the outskirts of Saigon while debate persisted Over whether its was Conquest or show. Equal mystery surrounded a a Henry a. Kissinger a meeting with foreign minister Tran Van Lam after two Days of peace plan conferences with president Nguyen Van Thieu. Sixteen Miles North of their meeting place a South vietnamese officer claimed that his troops had thwarted a planned attack probably aimed at biting off another chunk of Highway 13. A main artery to rubber and Timber country. The officer told associated press correspondent Dennis Neeld that a North vietnamese sapper company with plastic explosives strapped to their bodies slipped into Bung Cau Village overnight but government troops drove them from most of their hastily dug bunkers in several hours of House to House fighting. A a we be captured a lot of explosives. Mines and food supplies a the officer said. A they seem to have been planning a big attack probably to Cut Highway 13 most of Bung Caus residents left when the enemy came and the South vietnamese troops advanced with grenades and Small arms. The attackers withdrew to the fringes of the Village where they were hit by artillery and machine gun fire. At least seven enemy were reported killed at a Cost of two South vietnamese dead and half a dozen wounded. A few Miles farther North on Highway 13, enemy gunners hit the Lai Khe army base with 17 rockets but caused no Casu through Union allies. Troops Hunting West of nearby Ben cat reported finding the bodies of 61 enemy killed by . B52 bombers. The b52s were again Active in the arc North of Saigon and the . Command reported that the Strat fortresses unloaded More than 500 tons of bombs on targets 20 to 50 Miles from the capital. Great Power rank looms for Europe Paris map nine european leaders have charted a course toward a dreamed of european Union that could some Day be As powerful As the United states the soviet Union Japan or China. But ifs going to be a Long quarrelsome haul. The european common Market Summit meeting which ended Early saturday marked the Entrance of Britain Denmark and Ireland into the 15-year-old group formed by France West Germany Italy Belgium the Netherlands and Luxembourg. Inside head Iii Market reports pages 2-3a turnkey housing Page id Cates on Trees Page 2a women a news. Section b sports Section c television. Page i pc entertainment. Pages 15, of it obituaries. Page so classified. Pages 5-201 japanese in Philippines Wii soldiers still fight Lub Ang Island Philippines a it a two japanese infantrymen unaware that world War ii is Over harassed the Farmers and fishermen of this mountainous Island for the past 26 years. Chi thursday one of them was killed in a firefight with five members of the philippine constabulary. He has been tentatively identified As Kunishichi Kozuka. His Comrade believed to be Shiro Onoda was wounded but escaped. According to it. Col. Pedrito de Guzman a constabulary provincial commander at least 30 filipinos have been killed by japanese soldiers on the Island 70 Miles Southwest of Manila since the end of the War. Scores of others have been wounded he said. A their method of operation was always the same a de Guzman said. A they remained in their hiding places most of the year and were Only spotted during the Harvest season. A a they a shoot at the Farmers to drive them away then Burn their crops. I suppose they thought they were aiding the War Effort to do this a he added. He said the incident thursday began Between 6 a in. And 7 . As a Small group of Farmers was harvesting Rice. A fall of a sudden the two japanese appeared and opened up on the Farmers a he said. De Guzman said the Farmers fled and reported the shooting to the constabulary. A five Man team led by m. Sgt. Napoleon Sotto went to the area on the Side of a Hill. A was soon As we got there the japanese started firing a Sotto said. The troopers returned the fire. After the initial skirmish Sotto said the japanese started moving to the other Side of the Hill. As the constabulary pursued them the japanese opened fire again. The Chase continued for about 30 minutes Sotto said and then one of the troopers found the body of Kozuka. Sotto said Kozuka a Rifle was missing. A we presume his companion picked it up and took it along with him a Sotto said. A shortly before we found the body we heard the two calling to each other. Together they have some 250 million people and an area of 590,000 Square Miles a about the size of Alaska. They Are already the largest trading Block in the world and if the potential of the enlarged common Market is effectively mobilized it could take its place alongside the superpowers and the asian giants. That was plainly the Hope of the Heads of state and government who assembled in the Majestic hotel for their two Day meeting but protracted wrangles marred the conclave and symbolized the problems they face. A declaration of principles said the nine would work toward forming a european Union by 1980. Because of the problems involved the definition of the term was left purposefully vague but it is Likely to embrace Trade social and foreign policies. Coup said aborted in Egypt Beirut Lebanon apr travellers arriving saturday from Cairo said about 3o0 egyptian army officers and soldiers were arrested last week following an abortive attempt to overthrow the government of president Anwar Sadat. The informants said the attempted coup was put Down less than an hour after it started. They reported a Brief fire fight near the Al Hussein mosque in the Eastern outskirts of Cairo but they had no word of any casualties. The travellers said some diplomatic sources in Cairo had confirmed general information on the attempted coup but their versions differed in detail. Nothing had been published in Cairo about it. The informants said rumours about the coup attempt have circulated in Cairo for More than a week. According to the reports brought out saturday the attempted coup was timed for 5 30 . Oct. 12, the first thursday night of the holy month of Ramadan when most of the egyptian Cabinet was scheduled to attend evening prayers at the Al Hussein mosque

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