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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 3, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Park advocates Unity for Korea High Point Enterprise sunday september 3, 1972 13a Seoul apr president Chung Hee Park advocated peaceful reunification of Korea on saturday As a red Cross with their counterparts in the North korean Capitol of Pyongyang aimed at reuniting families separated by politics and War. In a budget message read to the National Assembly by Premier Kim Jong Pil the South korean president said unification a must be attained by nobody but ourselves with our own he avoided reference to the United nations for the first time in discussing koreans territorial reunification. South korean citizens lined the streets to Welcome Back the delegates from Pyongyang. Lee bum Suk who headed the 54-member party during its four Day stay in the North told a nationally televised news conference he was convinced his visit had created much brighter prospects for the future of the talks and had created an atmosphere of Mutual Trust. The North korean red Cross delegation comes to Seoul on sept. 13 to continue the talks. The conference designed to reunite an estimated to million people separated since 1945 resulted from a year of preparatory talks at the truce Village of p Annu Tjom. The meeting confirmed a five Point Agenda prepared at the Panmunjom talks and agreed to make every Effort to quickly alleviate the plight of the separated families and Lay a foundation for eventual reunification. Parks budget message also promised a deepening of Friendly relations with Japan and the1 United states. The president said the country will seek broader exchanges including Trade with a no belligerent communist countries a and Neutral countries. He cited the importance of a self reliant defense capacity along with maintenance and development of an effective . Mutual defense system. South Korea he added will closely watch any China Trade As Well As peking a influence on the International Market with an eye1 toward a a positively coping a with changes and trends arising in the International monetary and economic the single House legislature opened a regular four month session Friday to study the governments proposed 1973 National budget of $1.74 billion a 7.8 per cent increase Over the 1972 budget. Guerrillas troops clash in Belfast Belfast apr British in an ambush in the Crumlin troops reported they shot two Road zone Gueirl Lla to a Street Battle in Wen. Belfast on saturday after pin trouble a men ambushed an army squad when Vera thousand prote. Hidden in a civilian truck. Ants marched in a Parade or at let St three guerillas of mid a a he 0 a 0rd a the outlawed Irish Republican we Ful protestant Joliet army opened up on the truck As it cruised in the troublesome. March aj0fl8 the s?.j roman Catholic lower Falls a in peace line of Springfield District. Road which divides the the Driver and another troop launch roman a Holic Baler in the front of the truck Murphy sector and the prot were dressed in civilian asta"1 Springfield zone has clothes but a half dozen sol ouch a off violence in the last Diers in the Back were in uni two year form. Troops sealed off Side streets. When the ambush was the Only crisis came when a sprung the soldiers leaped mob of spectators apparently from the truck and opened fire catholics tried to surge onto on the gunmen. The army said the March route. They were two of the gunmen were hit in held Back by militants of the the half hour gun Battle. No Hartline Ulster defense Assoc troopers were reported hit. Action a massive protestant three armoured personnel car Chiz Nso army who linked rulers roared in with reinforce arms to Block them ments to Rescue the ambushed Ulster a politicians hid them squad. The army often sends selves away to put the finishing a civilian Izeda vehicles into touches to their plans for the trouble areas to patrol and provinces future which will catch guerrillas off guard. Likely be presented at an All a sniper wounded a Royal party conference scheduled for Marine commando in the next month by William White Touchy new Lodge District of Law the British administrator Belfast. Another Soldier was hit in Northern Ireland. British report Iceland gunboat trawler in clash London a an icelandic gunboat shattered the uneasy sparring with British protesters police Brawl in Munich Munich a Munich a Stive olympic atmosphere As marred saturday As police and 150 helmeted Antiwar pro a sters fought a pitched Battle rough downtown streets. The skirmishes that grew out i an anti Vietnam War protest y 1,500 leftists went unnoticed i the site of the olympic Ames on the northeastern Ige of the City. Authorities reported that 58 a linemen were injured. Five pointedly suffered broken lbs or Skull fractures. A police spokesman said he id no report on the number of Jared demonstrators but said i were taken into custody. The fighting broke out after e 150 a Shock troops March a at the head of the Antiwar Imon stators charged police arming barricades at Street trances to the commercial a Art of the bavarian capital. A using tactics unseen piously in Munich and Pat red after those used by pianese leftists the 150 at-1 eked police with Staves Iron irs and rubber truncheons men police spokesman said. Jne carried a trawlers in the cod War off the North Atlantic Island saturday by trying to wreck one of the vessels fishing gear the Brit ish trawlers federation claimed. It was the first move by the icelanders against about too British West German and belgian trawlers defying Iceland a new 50-mile territorial Waters limit. The federation did not dentil by the trawler except to say it came from Hull one of Britain a biggest trawler bases. It said the gunboat was the 900-ton Aegir the biggest Cutter in Iceland a minuscule Fleet which has been shadowing the foreign trawler packs since the new limit was imposed at Midnight thursday. Until now Iceland a four Gray gunboats armed with Bow Cannon had Only photographed the trawlers and warned some they faced arrest for illegal fishing. However Iceland a fisheries minister Ludvik Josephson warned Friday night a we will use Force if necessary but in a not prepared to say what methods we will the Aegir s reported action came amid reports from Reykjavik the icelandic capital that a gunboat had been ordered to investigate complaints from icelandic fishing boats that British trawlers were fouling their nets. 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