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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Weather fair not As warm Mora data on Page 3a 88th year a no. 314 the High Point Enterprise High Point n. A wednesday afternoon september 20, 1972 70 pages Call us circulation. 882-1719 classified ads. 885-2177 All other departments 885-2161 daily 10c, sunday 25cfilm Catalon 0. Do you know where you can buy or order film for a super-8 projector i am talking about film for children Between the Ages of 4 to 14. Thank you. Thomasville resident. A. The Public Library Here has a Catalon called International film classics which lists films that can be rented from studio film Center to Fiske place it. Vernon . 10550. You could also try these companies which might have them or could refer you to others that do Columbia pictures corp., 711 fifth Avenue c., ., and Castle films 221 Park Avenue South new York . 10003. The photo dealer Magazine or photo dealers might be Able to provide you with other sources. Karate classes q. When does the next karate class Start at the y and what Are the requirements and do you have to be a member a. The present class is full but if you la Call the y and give them your name and address they will notify you when the next one begins. Y membership is required. By Fri and congressmen two full wheat Sale probes slated 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 and Good q. I went to and bought a beef Eye of round roast at $1.99 per Pound and this roast was stamped on the ticket "u.s. when i took it out to bake it on the Bottom of the meat was stamped "u.s. i would like to know Why they Are marking this beef As . Choice and getting top Price out of it when it is really a . Good Grade. This is false advertising and they Are getting a High Price for meat that they pay less Money for and it is not fair to the general Public. Who would i report this to thank you. A. We referred your complaint to the . Department of agriculture a meat and poultry inspection service whose director is or. James Bell. He says they have reported the incident to the state chemists office who handles problems concerning Labelling in retail stores. One of his inspectors will visit the store and Check into the problem to see if this was a single incident mistake or a common practice. This could have been a mistake made by a store employee. Or. Bell says As he understands it the use of the terms �?~�?~. Choice a a . Good a etc., Are reserved for the . Department of agriculture grading service and May be used by stores Only on permission and surveillance of the us a grading service. Any intended misuse of these terms would bring about immediate action by the .d.a. To the detriment of the store and customer Confidence in its meat sales. Or. W. Y. Cobb is state chemist. If you wish to Check further on the requirements of the us a grading service you should Contact or. Grover Dean red meats grader meat grading Section markets division. . Department of agriculture . Box 27647, Raleigh. . 27611. His Telephone is 919 829-7577. A a a 0birth control pills q. Is if possible for a girl to get birth control pills if she is not married but if she is Over la and answer this question As soon As possible As i need an answer in a hurry thank you. A. Yes. A a a slow pay customers q. Our school paper has had problems from the advertising. Several companies have neglected to pay their Bills what can we do As students we have to pay our Bills too. We just want our Bills paid and Don t know How to go about collecting and we have asked and asked them to pay but they neglect to pay them and what we want to know what our rights Are As students to make the companies follow through As we have already printed their ads in the newspaper and have done what we were supposed to do now we want them to pay us. Thank you. A. How about letting your teacher adviser help you out on this problem third party interference might sour them on future advertising assuming they intend to pay up their old debts. Which they certainly should. And we Hope they will. Whoever they Are. A a a excursion info q. Could you give me some information on the autumn Leaf train excursions where and when it leaves what the Cost is for adults and children and what address you can write to for tickets. Thank you. . A. The annual excursion leaves West Jefferson at 9 01 a m. On november 5 for a 55-mile trip through the mountains returning at 5 55 p m. Hie round trip for adults in $16 children 5 to 12, $9 children under 5, $6 50. Lunch is included. The ticket holders Are also entitled to special entertainment saturday night preceding the sunday trip which includes country music and Square dance. They expect an Early sellout. Write autumn Leaf train excursion or Telephone 246-4121, West Jefferson n. C. Tickets must be purchased in Advance no later than november 3. A Washington a two f u 11-scale investigations one before the election one afterwards have been promised in the escalating dispute Over wheat sales to the soviet Union. The pre election probe by the Fri was announced by vice president Spiro t. Agnew while campaigning tuesday in Minneapolis. In fact he said a a that investigation is in Progress at president Nixon a orders. But the Fri said it had received no instructions to look into the matter. A spokesman for its Parent Agency the Justice department. Tuesday night would say Only that a a preliminary review of the matter referred to by vice president Agnew is under an Iowa Democrat rep. Neal Smith promised a House subcommittee investigation of the wheat Deal and broader questions next february a after the passion of election year politics has at a Minneapolis news conference Agnew said that Nixon ordered the Fri probe to answer such questions As whether major Grain exporters received and benefited from Advance sales information allegedly fed to them by us a officials and former officials. He accused democrats of spreading innuendos about the Deal. The Iowa congressman said he will press for a full airing of the wheat Deal in february or March by a House Small business subcommittee which he Heads. The Deal he said raises broader questions about How Farmers fare As compared with exporters in foreign agriculture Trade. Although the wheat Deal was considered a Boon for the farm Belt critics now question whether Farmers were paid prices kept artificially Low in order that exporters might reap larger profits. The farm Price Rose in late july and August after the size of the Sale became known. Another House subcommittee headed by rep. Graham Purcell d-tex., tuesday completed a three Day probe into allegations that the agriculture department engaged in what democratic presidential candidate George Mcgovern has called a a conspiracy of silence by not disclosing full details of soviet wheat purchases this summer. A Central figure Clarence d. Palmby of Continental Grain ., new York labelled As an a outright lies contentions that he carried along government secrets when he left the department june 7 to join the firm As vice president. As an assistant Secretary of agriculture Palmby in april helped Lead Trade talks in Moscow concerning possible Grain sales to the soviets. But film by said nothing was settled at that time. Palmby denied repeatedly that he had any Advance knowledge of a White House credit arrangement with the soviet Union. Thieu in Quang tri n. Viets strike below Danang Agnew surrounded by Well wishers in downtown Minneapolis a wire photo Agnew suggests gop framed in watergate bugging Case by Walter r. Mears a political writer St. Louis a vice president Spiro t. Agnew has suggested that somebody set up the wiretapping raid on democratic Headquarters and then tipped authorities in an Effort to Embarrass the Republican party. Advancing that As a personal theory while saying he had no evidence of it Agnew demonstrated that when he goes campaigning in his new style As in his old controversy is virtually assured. On opening Day of his 1972 travels for the Republican ticket Agnew dealt with two of the most controversial items on the Campaign Agenda the watergate wiretapping which democrats Are blaming on the cop and assertions which he disputed that big Grain dealers profited from Advance word of a . Wheat Sale to the soviet Union. Agnew was campaigning today in St. Louis with his first appearance scheduled at the dedication of a new juvenile detention Center. After the dedication and a St. Louis speech Agnew was to move on to Columbus. Ohio third Stop on an eight state Campaign tour. The vice president tuesday likened democratic allegations about the wheat Deal to democratic assertions about the watergate break in Case saying the opposition raised an a innuendo of impropriety without demonstrating anything. Agnew told a news conference in Minneapolis that president Nixon had asked the Federal Bureau of investigation to look thoroughly into the wheat Deal a to see whether anyone has taken any undue profit due to any misinformation or improperly revealed information on the part of the Federal in Washington a Justice department spokesman said a a preliminary review of the matter referred to by vice president Agnew is under dealing with the watergate Case. Agnew said that whoever is guilty of involvement in the raid on democratic National Headquarters in Washington june 17 should be punished a and insofar As they relate to Republican policy makers if that can be shown we have to see Agnew on 2-a Saigon a the North vietnamese struck heavy new blows at Quang Ngai province South of Danang today while More than 150 Miles to the North president Nguyen Van Thieu visited recaptured Quang tri City. He indicated a new Northern push toward the demilitarized zone in the coming weeks. In the air War the number of american planes downed Over North Vietnam in the new 5 month bombing Campaign hit the too Mark the . Command announced. A Navy a7 Jet was Sho Down tuesday by antiaircraft artillery fire. The Pilot was recovered by a Rescue helicopter in the Tonkin Gulf 40 Miles Northeast of Vinh. The command said air Force Navy and Marine fighter bombers carried out More than 310 strikes across North Vietnam tuesday concentrating on Bridges highways truck traffic water Craft and warehouses in a continuing Campaign to disrupt the flow of War materials into South Vietnam. Field reports said that just before dusk North vietnamese troops moving under cover of a heavy mortar barrage attacked a South vietnamese Ranger compound on the Northern edges of the District town of a to in Southern Quang Ngai province the District town had fallen earlier. Sappers broke into the com Pound. Defended by a battalion of roughly 400 rangers and heavy fighting was reported. The areas South vietnamese commander called for air strikes against More than a battalion of North vietnamese troops. The Fate of the Ranger battalion was not immediately known but at last report it was still holding at least part of the compound. Meanwhile , air Force c130 transports Bogan an Airlift to another District town due on North South Highway i about 15 Miles East of a to. The town is under siege and the North vietnamese control a seven mile stretch of the Highway thus isolating it from resupply by Road Field reports said the due area was being hit with sporadic heavy mortar attacks and Light probes against government positions. Israelis get More envelope bombs by the associated press More envelope bombs addressed to israelis Weir uncovered and disarmed in Europe today and police on the Conti intr combined efforts to foil a mass murder plot against israeli diplomats and officials. Yigal Allon israelis Deputy Premier warned in Jerusalem that no Middle East government even As far from Israel As Libya would to immune from retaliation for Arab terrorism. A i am not saying when where and How a but we will not tolerate terrorism a Allon told newsmen. Mcgovern tears into polls columnists Columbus Ohio a tired of bad news. Sen. George Mcgovern has attacked what he termed a a nutty Public Opin Ion polls and a a Lousy news paper columnists. The democratic presidential nominee rejected More emphatically than Ever the findings of recent polls showing him far behind president Nixon a i think the polls Are a lot of he said tuesday. A i done to know where they conduct these Prills. In be never talked to an american who s Ever been polled by either or. Gallup or Harris. I think they make those things up in the Backrooms and he described some conservative newspaper columnists whom he would t name As Lousy bitter paranoid despicable obnoxious propagandists who Are consistently wrong and who write nothing Good about any candidate More Liberal than Genghis Khan. Today Mcgovern made two Rooney Hicks and Kerry win Democrat primaries by the associated press three democratic incumbents led by Veteran Brooklyn rep. John j. Rooney turned Back challenges to their congressional seats in primaries tuesday in Massachusetts and Washington and a primary rerun in new York. Rooney Defeated former rep. Allard k. Lowenstein by 2.415 votes in the rerun of their june 20 primary which the courts threw out because of massive irregularities. Rep. Louise Day Hicks handily won renomination for a second term from the 9th District in Boston and six term rep. Julia Butler Hansen easily Defeated a challenger in the state of Washington s 3rd District. Other winners were Middlesex county dist. Atty. John j. Droney who gained the demo cratic . Senate nomination in Massachusetts and former gov. Albert d. Rosellini who took the democratic gubernatorial nomination in Washington. In Brooklyn a primary rerun both candidates said they received numerous reports of new voting irregularities during the Day. Lowenstein 43, refused to concede and said he would meet today with his lawyers and advisers. A this election is less fair than the last one a he said. Rooney 68, the powerful chairman of the House subcommittee on appropriations for the judiciary and departments of state Justice and Commerce is seeking his 15th term in the House. Lowenstein head of americans for democratic action was the Leader of the 1968 movement to dump president Johnson. In Massachusetts mrs. Hicks outdistanced five rivals for her House seat. John Kerry a former Leader of the Vietnam veterans against the War was the Victor in a bitter 10-Way contest for the democratic nomination in the 5th District. Droney a Law and order candidate must face heavily favored Republican sen. Edward w. Brooke who was unopposed in the primary in november. In Washington Rosellini a Victory set up a reversal of the 1964 election when he was Defeated by Republican gov. Dan Evans while seeking an unprecedented third term. This time it is Evans who is seeking a third term. He easily outdistanced state sen. Perry Woodall in the Republican primary. New proposals to increase social Security payments favouring full benefits for widows and an increase in the amount of outside income pensioners May earn without reducing benefits. He spent the night in the mansion of Ohio gov. John Gil Ligan. Sen. Edmund s. Muskie of Maine was scheduled to join Mcgovern at appearances today in Northern new Jersey and Philadelphia. Tuesday Mcgovern told students and faculty at Chicago a largest roman Catholic school that he favors income tax red its for parents of parochial and private school students. And be delivered his Standard political talk to a rain dampened Street crowd in Milwaukee and air port rally crowds in Flint mich., and Columbus. Throughout the Day in interviews with local newsmen along the Way Mcgovern scoffed at the polls that show him lagging 34 Points be find president Nixon in general voter preference. In any Case Mcgovern said a a we re going to make those pollsters eat those polls before this election is he said he s More strongly convinced than Ever that lies la beat Nixon. In Milwaukee a newsman asked Mcgovern if lie feels he has been smeared by a the conservative a some of the columnists Are really Lousy a Mcgovern said. A a they re so bitter and paranoid about the Liberal progressive movement in this country that they just can to write the truth they can to write anything decent about any candidate who in t somebody who is to the set Mcgovern on 2-a Israel in the past has accused i Bya and Iraq As Well As neighbors Syria Lebanon and Egypt of arming and financing terrorists. Earlier an israeli military commentator in Tel Aviv suggested that Arab Oil Fields Are vulnerable. In addition to Hie mailed bombs intercepted in Europe and Israel one was found delivered to the israeli Consul in Montreal today. Canadian police said it had been mailed from the Netherlands As the others had been. Evidence mounted of a Large scale Campaign by Arab terrorists posting bombs from Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Police suspected the Black september guerrilla organization which reportedly threatened such an attack after its onslaught against israeli athletes at the Munich olympics. London s sprawling postal network was sifted for More envelope bombs like the one that killed an israeli Diplomat in his office tuesday. As Many As 17 a perhaps even More a could to awaiting delivery. Two bomb packages were intercepted in Switzerland Ami suspicious packages were handed Over to police in Belgium. Two deadly envelopes were found in Paris tuesday. Probe demanded on food additives what s inside amusements 13c Bridge ii classified ads 13c-19c comics. I3a crossword 7b editorials 4a financial 2a obituaries. Sports 2-6c television 16 a women s news. I 6b Washington a a University researcher today accused the prestigious National Academy of science of conflict of interest in food safety decisions. Or. Samuel s. Epstein environmental health professor at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland was the second Senate witness in two Days to Call for a full scale probe of policy making affecting t h e Public health. Epstein told the select committee on nutrition and human needs that a major conflicts of interest and constraints permeate the whole decision making process in relation to regulatory problems in general and regulation of food additives in he urged an investigation of the relationship Between the food and drug administration other regulatory agencies and government bodies and the Nas. A it would appear that the Eda relieves itself from the embarrassment or conflict involved in making sensitive decisions by passing on the onus for these to the Nas a he said in prepared remarks. He said it erodes the regulatory process which a virtually becomes transferred to a private organization. Unaccountable directly to the citizenry or Congress and immune from even minimal requirements of the Freedom of information his charges echoed those tuesday of or. John w. Olney associate professor of psychiatry at Washington University school of Medicine at St. Be probe on 2 a

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