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Thomasville Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 1, 1971, Thomasville, Georgia No. 209- 24 O HOK Georgia 31792, Wednesday September 1971 t Per TIDE THINGS Board To Borrow DWAIN County Board of a resolution Tuesday al a special called meeting to borrow to help things until the tax books officially open in was the third relief resolution passed during the past few The previous amounts were and commissioners discussed the county's dilemma it was that it approximately per month to run the county 1071 county budget was recently approved and show a 10 per cent increase over the 1970 This year's figure is increases were in areas such as mental Sheriff road dept. and resolution Tuesday was to meet OTHER ACTIONS Commission Chairman Theron Davis appointed a three-man committee to meet with city officials in an to the paving of South editor of the and a delegation representing South Street residents showed up unexpectedly at the meeting and charged the commission with of an oral agreement to pay approximately on the Street has been on the city's paving list for nearly two years but has now been Residents received assessments for improvements this week and were upset to find their one third of the cost about more SMOKING - The U.S. Air Force C 5 shows it has quit as the first production Galaxy fitted with all new engine takes off at the Company with no smoke visible The file photo of an earlier takeoff offers a good before and after Engines with the improved combustor design will be installed on the production line as they become Balance May I At Coolidge daring flight to freedom Tuesday by County prisoner was foiled when Coolidge city police picked up James Carolton Ferry as he 22. was serving a five-year term for He was returned to the prison camp last night by Deputy Warden prisoner had been working on a prison detail in Tifton when he suddenly darted through two vaulted a fence and escaped into a wooded Bussey said made his getaway in a car stolen from a parking lot at the state highway department in running out of gas on U.S. 319 about three miles north of the Thomas County Ferry abandoned the vehicle and hitchhiked into night policeman sitting at a service station in town spotted the man wearing a white uniform with blue stripes on each leg and notified Police Chief J.D. you got an identification Cannon said he asked the Ferry said he the police chief asked if he was an escaped D. J. Devane at the Lowndes County prison branch was notified of the arrest and Ferry was back by 6 a prison spokesman House Says Ala. Alabama ready to pass an antibusing has told city and county school boards they cannot use state funds to transport pupils the purpose of achieving a racial prohibition was written into an million education appropriation late Tuesday night at Gov. George C. Wallace's The allocates state funds for support of the schools for the next two fiscal and includes money for normal bus would not stop local from spending their own funds to carry out federal court busing orders if can raise the legislation which seeks to halt long-distance busing of schoolchildren moved into position for almost certain passage Thursday in the Soup Ga. Commissioner of Agriculture Tummy h vin said today that state inspectors have removed nearly cans of Campbell's chicken vegetable soup from store shelves in but none of the vegetarian vegetable soup now being recalled is known to have been distributed in the who assigned agricultural inspectors to full-time duty this week to help Campbell recover the chicken vegetable soup expected of botulism contamination last said all of Georgia's 10,;516 food and grocery stores have been said in four days the inspectors removed 18,897 cans froni the shelves of 2,578 stores where store managers or had not voluntarily removed them as requested by the Campbell Gets Fare - The International Air Transport says the West German airline Lufthansa has until to withdraw its rejection of a new North air fares assiK spokesman said it had received a to ex lend the deadline until Oct. 15 but he denied reports that Ihe extension had are that Lufthansa will stand It is already planning its own reduced rate schedule extending the New round trip youth rate to all Lufthansa said the proposed lATA schedule is too complicated and too expensive to THK ASSOCIATED Justice Warren Burger's refusal to delay busing in a North Carolina school district offers little hope to school authorities appealing similar busing his reminder that racial balance may vary from school to school may indicate more latitude in designing desegregation plans than some officials had sitting as district justice for North Carolina the full court was not in session denied a stay Tuesday of a busing plan for the Winston-Salem and Forsyth County plan provides for the busing of 15,000 to 16,000 students out of the system's 46,000. school systems have asked for stays of busing but so far none has received earlier story on page 2. other including are waiting to hear from the court on their chief justice said he was concerned in the Winston-Salem case that the school board mistakenly thought it had to achieve a ratio in every school identical with the over-all district balance in individual schools is only one of several methods of determining if segregation Burger chairman of the Winston-Salem school said Tuesday he still hopes to get the district's appeal before the entire He said he was encouraged by Burger's opinion on the racial balance remains to be seen what implications this has for use in the he it will have a rejecting the Winston-Salem district's request for a Burger held that the application did not adequately list hardships that allegedly would result from those hardships is the issue in a pair of bills which the Alabama Legislature is rushing toward passage at Gov. Wallace's legislature took steps Tuesday to insure that Wallace's proposed state law restricting busing svill be acted on by the end of the It is almost certain to be in a series of Wallace moves to outmaneuver federal court busing he law says children may not forced to ride if their parents determine that or distance of travel is so great as to risk the health or safety of the child or significantly impinge on the educational wording comes almost verbatim from the Supreme Court's landmark decision April upholding busing as a means ot Southern schools opened imder new segregation In most compliance with on 11 Denver U.S. Mint coin Harry releases a bin of freshly minted to a sorting The Eisenhower Dollars contain no silver and are made of nickel The coins will be released to the United States public in October 1971. Court School Order Defied by Muscogee THK ASSOCIATED Muscogee County Superior Court announced defiance of a federal order to out desegregation there continues to cloud school opening plans with County schools are expected to open under a newly approved desegregation and in Dougherty County the situation was still being considered by a federal schools had been scheduled to open Sept. 8 with a desegregation plan approved by U.S. Dist. Judge J. Robert Then two citizens sought and were granted by Superior Court Judge Oscar D. Smith a temporary injunction against implementing the plaintiffs the school had failed to hold a required public hearing on the plan before it for Monday the fith U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals inter ordering the plan to proceed without the interference of court Smith said he is sticking by his injunction He said the order stands until he IS that it can be would certainly be derelict in my duty to the said I allowed the court's order to be countermanded by an arbitrary edict from any said he would enforce contempt of court proceedings against the school board if the plaintiff in the suit can show valid reason for doing for opening - Sarah the woman who flew back and forth across the Atlantic nearly every day this summer with her 11-year-old her law She died at the hotel where she had been ordered to rest after suffering a heart attack See earlier story on Denies Busing schools was halted Monday on orders from Dr. William H. school He would not speculate whether schools would open as scheduled new elementary school desegregation plan was approved Tuesday for the Chatham County and school officials said classes would begin day had been moved back from Sept. 1 to Sept. 7 while the plan was in the Dist. Judge Alexander A. approved the plan and called it It pairs and clusters all but two of the county's 44 elementary district was ordered by Ihe fith U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to formulate a new desegregation for this year The had urged to create a but the chose one which had previously hwn studied by the officials the feder al plan is and no longer applies ill some and that they will open schools Sept. under the plan by than was previously residents felt the increased cost was due to the failing to Davis explained that Ihe county's agreement was based on a lower cost estimation and was not binding when the amount substantially The commission seemed to feel that any funds they would contribute would he taken off the city's cost and would not affect property Wesley Wilson later Tuesday revealed the actual cost of the project in which the county and city were cost amounted to The state's participation was This left to be paid one third by the city and one third by on each side of the city's amounts to Presently the property owners owe which averages per linear said participation by the county to the amount of of the original figure would probably cut the property owner's assessment to the previously estimated per linear explained that any amount from the county would be taken from the net cost and the city would still pay one study committee consists of E.G. Rosea Vann and Lowell School Board | I Member Mayo | I Resigns Here pertains only to personnel of the system and does not restrict members in Airlift To End - State Department officials say the United States has asked Cuba to continue the six-year-old Cuban refugee But there appears scant prospect Premier Fidel Castro will say intent to shut down the shuttle flights from Varadero to Miami was announced Still awaiting Cuban approval for travel to America are some 100,000 Cubans with relatives in the United officials said the Swiss representing the United States in has urged the Castro government to keep the airlift going until all who want reunion with their families have left the flights a unique chapter in the history of large-scale immigration to this country will be total of 246,000 Cubans have flown here under a 1965 understanding designed to bring in from Cuba relatives of refugees already in the United has spent some million on the refugee including million a year for the authorities it an outstanding the refugees generally have adjusted well and work hard in their new lives in that one in nine here IS on and that of 12,800 education loans to the ( only are especially in such areas as South Florida on page 8. 2) DWAIN WALDEN Thomasville School Board member Howell R. Mayo Jr. today announced his resignation from the board after he enrolled his daughter in Brookwood a private institution which opened here last said in his letter of addressed to Nat M. chairman of Thomasville Board of his decision was made after the board adopted a policy which would require all personnel in the city schools to send their children to public The letter have for a considerable period of time given serious consideration to submitting my resignation to the Thomasville City Board of recent publicity covering the adoption of a School Board policy prohibiting the employment of personnel having children in attendance at private on the premise that this represents a conflict of now leaves me no alternative but to tender my immediate have always supported the concept of free public school education and shall continue to do so. As evidence of this I had previously enrolled my Howell in the second grade at Jerger Elementary circumstances surrounding the enrollment of my daughter Marsha at Brook wood School was dictated by her individual requirements rather than any implied deficiency in the City School want to thank the citizens of their support my tenn of four-year term would liave ended in December along with the terms of Charles K Dr. Warren Taylor and Thomas members are D William Martin and Nat policy by CHARGED IN PRISON Calif The busing sometimes described as a liability for President Nix has prompted a new round of White com Elliot of and met for more than an hour Nixon Press Ronald L. Ziegler produced the HEW chief for newsmen in what was an effort to establish a united administration front on the busing speaking as the chief flew by ter to 1.0S Angeles for and a of insisted that he Nixon never had the busing he that from an oi should not be used except to the minimum necessary He that It is a good thing in prin ciple tor children to be able to attend a in their own Aug as left Washington for a Nixon issued a statement directing the Department to disavow an HEW school plan for that involved extensive issuance of the Nixon there were reports Continued on page col. Editorial Authorities have issued an all for and the ear old lawyer with counts ol in connection with a San prison escape attempt Aug 21 County Bruce Hales accused Hingham of smuggling a to a black con V ict killed in the which also look five other have reached the con elusion that there is no way could have obtained the death except his visit with Bingham just before the killings Bales said the pistol was lound witli five clips of live am munition on aft er was shot down by prison tower told a news conference alter filing the murder com that Jackson underwent a thorough before meeting officials tine ijI the three awaiting trial for the of a white guard at Soledad pulled a pistol Irom a wig and took a guard hostage after returning from the with stated that an hour after Jackson pulled the three guards were dead in Two were killed by gunshot wounds in the back of the and one by throat of two inmaten were lound in the cell killed ijy cuts to the Bales said the ( on col. Col
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