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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 31, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Ca High Point Enterprise thursday october 31, 1974 in West Virginia Book violence strikes again by Jennifer Kerr associated press writer Charleston. . Apr a blast rocked the Kanawha county Board of education offices shortly after a Board meeting on the county a volatile textbook protest. Police at the scene said it was apparently a dynamite blast. No injuries were reported and school officials said there was no damage inside the building although some windows were blown out. A it appears that somebody tossed an explosive Quot county school supt. Kenneth Underwood said. He said he had left the building just 30 minutes before the blast wednesday night. The explosion blew out windows at a dozen neighbouring Homes and was audible for nearly two Miles across a the City. Since classes opened this fall the 44.500-Pupil county school system has been immersed in a controversy brought on by protests from some ministers and parents about books adopted by the school Board. The protesters contend passages in some of the books tend to undermine their own efforts to teach their children morals patriotism and christianity. The school Board is scheduled to meet Friday and make a decision on whether to keep the books in Hie schools. Protest activity has included picketing at schools school bus garages Coal mines and businesses and a Boycott of classes. There has also been sporadic incidents of violence including a shooting and a beating on picket lines firebombing of some Rural schools and damage to buses. The blast occurred just about 24 hours after an attempted fire bombing at a school bus garage adjacent to East Bank Junior High school. No damage resulted in that blast. Bulky Bottom done to Wear Chunky heavy shoes or sandals with a Short lightweight skirt. make you look Bottom heavy. Israeli Navy boats Shell town by the associated press israeli gunboats shelled a palestinian refugee Camp on the Southern lebanese coast Early today and palestinian guerrillas claimed five civilians were killed and 13 were injured. The israeli military command said the target was a guerrilla base inside the Rashidie refugee Camp about nine Miles North of the israeli lebanese Border. The attack was part of israelis a systematic offensive War against the terrorists Quot the israeli command said. It added there was no return fire and All the boats returned safely. It was the first israeli naval raid since May 19. The Rashidie Camp was the target then too. Arab gunners later fired several rockets into the israeli Border settlement of Branit the israeli command said. No casualties were reported. Convicts captured 15 hostages freed by Ken Jacobson associated press writer the Hague Netherlands apr dutch police and marines fired magnesium grenades Early today to temporarily Blind four convicts holding 15 persons hostage in a prison Chapel then captured the men and rescued the hostages unharmed. A several shots were fired in the air by the marines but there were no police chief Albert Peyster said. The operation was Over in 15 minutes officials said. The hostages who included two women were taken to police Headquarters and then to their Homes. They had been captives since saturday night but a police spokesman said they were in a surprisingly Good the four convicts were hurried off to cells. One of them was a 23-year-old palestinian guerrilla Adnan Ahmad nun serving a five year sentence for helping to Hijack and Burn a British Airliner last March. The other three were an algerian and two. Dutchmen All serving terms for armed robbery. The convicts had demanded a plane to take them to an undisclosed foreign country and also that Nuris Confederate in the March hijacking Sami Houssin Samimah be allowed to join them. Justice minister Andries Van at told a news conference the government never intended to Grant the demands. Peyster and Van at refused to give details of the Rescue at Schev Ningen prison a because we May have to do it but police sources gave this account the police waited until 4 . Because they thought some of the convicts would be asleep. Then they hurled magnesium grenades through the Chapel windows and at the same time Cut the lock on the Chapel door with acetylene torches. The latter process took about to seconds. Psychiatrists had advised the police that the noise of the exploding grenades and the glaring Light of the burning magnesium would confuse frighten and Blind the convicts for at least that Long. Fifteen marines and policemen wearing bulletproof vests rushed through the door. The convicts who were armed with two pistols and several Spring knives were taken completely by Surprise. They did not fire a shot the hostages most of whom were members of a neighbourhood choir that performs regularly at the prison waved to newsmen As Money May furnish a House but Only love furnishes a Home. They were driven away in a bus. The four convicts took Over the Chapel saturday night during mass and held 22 persons hostage including the priest two prison guards three women and four children. They released a 73-year-old Man a woman and the four children of sunday and monday and another Man with heart trouble on wednesday. Lonnie revels is Back Don t by oni of Thi v on nov. Sib vote Lonnie revels a i it a a a a it it. For a n c. House of representatives paid for by m r Hurley. Of tourer at letters ail stainless steal. Uss. See How they run. Over 200 to choose from. 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