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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 29, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Fah fighter bomber roars Back in action in Vietnam Saigon a the controversial fill a fighter Bombe r s returned to combat thursday for the first time in 44 years and attacked North Vietnam a Northwest rail line and military Barracks Between Hanoi and the chinese Border the . Command announced today. For the fourth successive Day thursday air Force Navy and Marine fighter bombers launched More tha n300 strikes across North Vietnam the command said. The key raids were made by the fills which carry up to 29.000 pounds of bombs or twice the Load that any other fighter bomber can carry. They were in an area about 55 Miles Northwest of Hanoi and too Miles below the chinese Border. A the weather Oil from National i atm in if Vici no a a us of plot com Marco to forecast skew Law to it rpm a re our a i a j until saturday Marting net . A Itta a trait Lait skat it Kim stat Rev d plot to at Fogt rain and cooler More rain and the coldest weather of the fall so far Are headed for North Carolina. A frontal system lying Over the Southern counties of the state worked itself northward today and was expected to Combine with southerly warm air to trigger showers and thundershowers. Forecast North Carolina occasional showers with a few thunderstorms through saturday. Highs today mostly 80s. Lows tonight upper 50s to Low 60s mountains and mostly 60s elsewhere. Highs saturday upper 70s to mid 80s. South Carolina considerable cloudiness Northwest today and saturday with mainly afternoon and evening thundershowers Likely. Not As warm saturday. Elsewhere partly Cloudy and warm with a Chance of afternoon and evening thundershowers today and saturday. Highs today upper 80s to around 90. Lows tonight around 70. Highs saturday around 80 Northwest to around 90 on the coast. The forecast for the High Point area is for occasional showers with possible thundershowers at times through saturday. Chance of precipitation will be 80 per cent. Lows tonight will be in the upper 60s. With highs saturday reaching into the upper 70s to Low 80s. Temperatures by the associated press 24 hours ending at 7 a in. Est station h l or Asheville cloy 79 67 .17 Augusta cloy 90 68 .39 Charleston cloy 86 76 Charlotte cloy 79 69 .67 Columbia cloy 90 70 .29 Owensboro cloy 70 68 .44 Greenville s c., Cdv 84 70 .15 Raleigh cloy a 78 68 .45 Savannah cloy 90 69 Wilmington cloy 87 71 .08 three Day forecast North Carolina extended Outlook sunday through tuesday Chance of showers sunday and again on tuesday. Highs 70s in the mountains upper 70s to Low 80s elsewhere. To is 40s in the mountains to mid 60s on the coast. The command gave no assessment on the damage they caused. The air Force also reported that f4 phantom jets attacked what it described As a Supply facility 28 Miles Southwest of Hanoi. North Vietnam alleged that . Warplanes a a wantonly attacked the outskirts of Hanoi a causing Many civilian casualties including it said three . Planes had been shot Down in two Southern provinces of North Vietnam but made no mention of the Fate of the pilots. The . Command declined comment on the Hanoi allegations repeating statements that Only military installations Are targeted. The command reported no plane losses Over North Vietnam. It has a policy of with holding announcement of air Craft losses if search and res Cue operations Are under Way. I in South Vietnam however. The command announced in a delayed report that a Marine a4 crashed from unknown causes tuesday area and said the Pilot was missing. An air Force Al so Raider was reported lost to unknown causes thursday in i aos. The Pilot was rescued. In Quang tri City below the demilitarized zone a . Air Force f4 phantom on a raid against North vietnamese positions on the West Bank of the1 Thach flan River opposite the Citadel accidentally hit a South vietnamese Marine position on the East Side of the River. The . Command said initial re ports listed la marines wounded. The i a attack planes were sent immediately into a j Tion after arriving at Rakhli air base in Thailand from Nellis air Force base near Las vegas. Nev. Two squadrons of the All weather attack planes nearly 50 aircraft Are being based at Rakhli. They replace about 60 f4 phantoms from the 49th tactical fighter Wing which Are returning to Holloman fab in new Mexico. The fills were brought Back. . Officials said to increase the american strike capability during the forthcoming Monsoon season in North Vietnam beginning next month. Their intricate radar systems allow them to Fly to Low altitudes Dur ing overcast skies. Wreck takes five lives in Tennessee Jonesboro. Tenn. A High Point Enterprise Friday sept. 29, 1972 3a hearing on Bay Bridge accidents ends Portsmouth a. Apr coast guat Man who was the he did not blame Leboeuf for a Marine Board of inquiry has first to Board the Carolyn when wanting to abandon ship. Con concluded its hearings on How she ran aground after the Colli sideling the weather and the and Why a tug and a barges on they both testified they five persons Are dead As a re crashed into the chesapeake1 fun f no san of flooding suit of a collision thursday be Bay Bridge Tunnel. Tween a tractor trailer carrying a spokesman for the Board a baskets of tobacco and a com jul not a jts hiring thursday that its findings p3 car would not be announced for troopers said the tractor about six months. Trailer in route from North the tug Carolyn and a 235 Carolina to Kentucky appear to it Barge struck the 17.6-mile Entov drifted across the Center Span sept 21 a causing an Esti entry drifted across me Center rated a Nam Structure line on u. Jones damage and forcing the Bridge Boro and struck the car. To close for repairs which could four of the victims were in Fae a month the car and apparently were was the fifth such instance killed immediately. They were of a up a a Barge hitting the identified by officers of John Bridge Tunne connecting Vir and Mary Tichy of Berwyn a Quot a a Inland we a he East-111. Eleanor s. Sinko of Downers Grove 111., and Mamie bar it. Cmdr. Ralph e. Knorr. Tick of Riverside. 111. Quot to commanded the coast the fifth victim truck Driver James Boothby 47, of Shelby Donece efforts to save the tug Ville ky., who died in a John after her skipper told him the son City Hospital after the Acci vessel was beyond i Knorr said he then Coneen the truck careened Down the on o to Highway beyond toe Point Jne aboard b 1 runaway Barge. Impact and overturned crush we ice was being pushed by ing the cab. Officers said a heavy seas and Gale Force pickup truck trailing the la winds on a collision course with Lino is car crashed into it. Two be Bridge occupants of the truck were Knorr said Al Antoine be treated for minor injuries. Boeuf skipper of the Carolyn Jonesboro is in the Northeast and the tugs four Crew Mem aboard the tug. Knorr testified fact that the tug and the Barge were being swept helplessly toward the Bridge. After breaking off efforts to save the tug Knorr said he attempted to get lines aboard the Barge. The last attempt he said was made with the Barge within 200 feet of the Bridge. Tho car Cutter Madrona in her t re futile Rescue efforts told the 1 . Board thursday that he aban tip of Tennessee. . Board restricts chemicals hers were taken aboard the Cutter. He said Leboeuf told him the tug had taken on considerable water and was sinking. Knorr said a was soon As he told me this i dismissed any idea of transferring pumps or people to the Carolyn. My Best Chance was to get a line on the Barge rather than to have a sinking tug on the end of my Tow the tug subsequently re a 1 a ill Ini Fin rained afloat and also struck Rairigh api the North he the Carolina pesticides Board has he boar Flor Quiry h Ard of placed two More chemicals on a gown inspectors and a its a restricted use list and delayed action on a third until More studies Are made. Open to the Public save on your new furniture got your Eye on a piece of furniture for your living room bedroom or dining room. But think the Price is too High let us Price it for you we can save you Money on new furniture for your Home of we done to have it in Stock you can order it and still save Money just arrived new shipment i of living room furniture a 90 Days same As Cash on approved credit a use your Bank am Ricard or master charge a terms available Northwood furniture warehouse 2122 North Centennial ave High Point phone 885-6510 approx. I /2 mile North of College Village on right at Eastchester open tuesday saturday 9.30 5 30 monday 9 30 8 00 Lead arsenate and to Laphene were placed on the a restricted use list. Because of potential hazards materials on the list May be used Only in accordance with the Label registered with the state department of agriculture. Lead arsenate is used chiefly As a Spray in Apple Orchards and to Laphene is used chiefly on the Cotton crop. I the Board deferred action or. Chlordane pending further study. It is used for control of Lawn insects and termites. Lionel Lewis is # a health physicist. 5 aml5 no matter what 3 4he works for you. Eno matter what happens to other interest rates these percentages Are always in your favor. North Carolina National Bank guarantees an interest rate of 5 v4% Forn cab savings certificates that mature in one year 5%% on certificates that mature in two years. And you can even have a Choice of How your interest is paid. We can compound it every three months and add it to your principal. Or we can mail you a Check every three months. Or with your authorization Transfer the interest to your a cab checking regular savings or Bonus savings account. All these two Safe investments take is a minimum of $500. And a Quick Stop at any a cab office. A for our a ers it in Vul in i our Environ Mei and he s f Only one out of six hear to certified status. Lionel Lewis who to been working with nuclear Power tor i years has achieved that Distin a Ion. As a member of Duke Power s stat l i one i works lose y i t h our Engineer s in to design construction and operation of our in Clear plants. He is involved with Monitor the radiation Levels of the Plant and comp it cents such As the nuclear fuel Assembly intr a our Pion i lists the or Eti non Duke Power Flor amp making life a Little better safety. As a result of their efforts the radiation from our nuclear plants will be much less than from an Ordinary to set. And this is Only a Small fraction of the amount determined to be Safe by the International commission on radiological Protection. Duke Power s team of environmental scientists Are making sure we stay Good neighbors to you and to Mother nature. Vow in member Odic a

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