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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - April 3, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather generally fair and Rool through a tonight Rick at Frost Inland Section High saturday mostly m. Washington daily news if you do not got your paper. Dial 44-114 be Wear 4 St i 7 04 o Stork and me will is Vered in you i to him Naomi my at a my a a Jln my my la Lull a my m a a mjg a Hgt. Nixon urges 10-cent first class letter rate new Wermte discussions hikes part Fulbright North Vietnam proposal poses no threat to u. 51 w an i i 111n let in Ftp Ide Tii Nixon urged Congress in Dav in Merman the Cost of a staff photo by Litchfield ousting winds from Spring storm break Waves Over waterfront it teamsters return to work winds hit area. Cause under agreement for raise damages its car p. Lii Kidorf Amot in in in writer j w Fulbright says the United states should accept North Vietnam s domination of Indochina As a political fact of life that Poso no threat to american Security a North Vietnam is far too Small a Power to have any sen Ous Hope of Ronqui my All of Southeast Asia much less of posing any kind of a threat to the United the chair Man of the Senate foreign rela Lions committee said thursday his Senate speech came Dur my a new round of discussions on a policy toward Vietnam both parties began throwing their support behind a French proposal for an All indochinese conference to neutralize the three countries. Fulbright also supported the conference idea but he Decla redi it makes Little difference to the United states and in the areas inhabitants who rules in Chi is that puny As it it by Greal Power standards. North Viet Power m mailing a first class letter to 10 rents to help pay for the postal part of new pay raises proposed for about 5 it million Federal a the Plain fact that comes out of the War in Vietnam rein forced by recent events in ians and perhaps Cambodia As Well Indochina a a he declared a we ought to Welcome North Vietnam s preeminence in Indochina because while North Vietnam has shown itself Strong enough Indochina if Tel alone try outside Powers it has also shown itself willing and Able to rest chinese Domina Tion a he emphasized he to not adv eating a communist dominated Indochina a i merely propose to see Fulbright. Page a it by Neil Gil ride a labor writer Washington api a thousands of striking track driven went Back to work today under a tentative agreement that reportedly will hike their average wage by More than $1 an hour Over three Yean. Teamsters Union acting president Frank e. Fitzsimmons asked the strike to return to their jobs pending a mail vote by the 425,000 Worken covered by the tentative agreement announced Thun Day. Most of the 425,000 Drivers had stayed on the Job after the old contract expired Midnight tuesday but Wildcat strikes in dozens of cities added up to the biggest tracking walkout in the nations history a tentative agreement has been reached on monetary issues for a new contract a said a joint announcement by Fitzsimmons and chief Industry negotiator Ray f. Beagle of tracking employers inc. A the parties substantially worked it out for themselves a said j. Curtis counts director of the Federal mediation and conciliation service who had participated in the talks. He called the agreement a an achievement for collective bar gaining a a details of the agreement were withheld pending results of the mail referendum among the workers but sources in the negotiations confirmed the wage hike figure of More than $1 per hour for the approximately 325,000 City track Drivers. These men now average about $4 an hour and about $10.000 a year with overtime and other benefits. There was also a reported raise of 1% cents a mile for the see teamsters. Page 8� Snow named to Airport authority hijackers change a Spring storm accompanied by winds gusting up to 55 Miles an hour hit this City at noon thursday knocking out electric Power and causing minor damages. One person was injured by a falling sign blown from a main Street store front. Samuel Wilkins i. Of 810 Espesa Street was treated at the Beaufort county Hospital for a leg injury several store windows were blown out in the business District and a farm House was a roofed on Highway 33 East of Quot his Owin ity. Mayor a. Thomas Stew tit said electric Power was off on the City electric system from about 12 noon until 1 . He said Power lines downed by the winds a controllers still off despite Union by Don Mcleod Issik Ilard Prex writer Washington a work my under an agreement with the government Union leaders tried to get air traffic control lers Beck on to Joh today and end a strike that Kwh lamed airline travel for More than a Jack l. Wallace be gently caused the outage at Belhaven a a Wii s pushed 103 persons for 1 governor Bob Scott announced today in Raleigh the appointment of Kenneth Snow of this City to the mid East regional Airport authority. The counties of Beaufort Martin and Pitt and the cities of Greenville Williamston and Washington joined together in creating the mid East regional Airport authority in order to develop commercial air freight and passenger service to facilitate the development of transportation in the mid East area of North Carolina. By k. C. Hwang associated press writer Seoul apr Young japanese Ultra leftists who hijacked a Jet Airliner to Korea tuesday released 103 persons in Seoul today took a japanese government official aboard As hostage and then took off for North Korea. In addition to the governor s appointee the governing body of each participating county and municipality will appoint one member of the authority. Snow will serve a term expiring december 31, 1971. Others who have been appointed include Carl l. Wox Man jr., City of Greenville j. Vance Perkins of Greenville Pitt county t. H. Patterson City of Washington Jack Swindell of Bath Beaufort county town of Julia Aston or. L. S. Christian. Martin county is expected to name its commission member monday. It among the 99 passengers and four stewardesses freed after 79 hours Captivity were two american men living in Tokyo Pepsi cola executive Herbert Brill of new York and the Rev. Daniel Macdonald of san Francisco. The rest were japanese. Their enforced stay aboard the Japan air lines Boeing 727 far exceeded the previous record of 45 hours for the passengers of a brazilian Caravelle Jet that was hijacked from Uruguay to Cuba three months ago the passengers were reported in relatively Good condition. Most looked healthy and cheerful. All walked Down the Steps from the plane without help. Some ran to the waiting buses. After a Light meal and Brief physical examinations at an Airport building All but father Macdonald left on a special plane for Fukuoka Japan their destination when their flight started three Days ago. The priest decided to visit friends in Seoul. A meanwhile the big Jet with the hijackers aboard apparently landed in Pyongyang the North korean capital. South korean officials lost radio and radar Contact with it 80 minutes after it left Seoul and assumed that the Pilot had landed. The japanese Airliner took off for North Korea with 13 persons reported aboard the Pilot and two other crewmen nine hijackers and Shinjiro Yamamura Japan a vice minister of transportation. Yamamura volunteered to be a hostage to insure that the plane would get to North Korea and after hours of arguing through the window of the cockpit the Young radicals agreed to let the passengers and the stewardesses go. North Korea gave the Green Light for the flight to Pyongyang although it denied any connection with the hijackers. It gave no indication what it would do with the youths who identified themselves As Mem Here of a militant student faction known As the red army. Several of the students brandished Samurai swords and others waved pistols or pipes they said were loaded with explosives when they seized control of the plane tuesday morning. It had just left Tokyo with 138 persons for a flight to Fukuoka on Japan s Southwest coast. The hijackers demanded to he taken to North Korea. Tide water across water Street during the height of the blow and limbs were blown out of Trees Woodstock i Ciric my a be ship corporation repair Crews worked until about 9 . Repairing line damages throughout the system but there was no Complete outage such As occurred in Washington a window was broken out of one main Street store the fast moving storm system that brought Thurrl to the state thursday is now in Southern Canada skies lie Gan to Clear across the state thursday afternoon and by Sunse the entire state enjoyed Clear skies. Temperatures began to drop rapidly thursday night lows Early this morning were in the mid 30s to mid 40s fairly Strong winds kept the Mercury from falling below the freezing Mark. North Carolina will have Fain weather today but a Cool front will move into the state saturday with a Cloud cover in Advance of it. A the mountains will see increasing cloudiness tonight As will the the rest of the state sat urday. The Outlook for sunday indicates Cloudy and Cool weather with a Chance of rain. Wallace elected by Oncea Jack l. Wallace principal of Bath High school at Bath has been elected president of the Beaufort county unit of North Carolina education association. He moves up from vice president and will assume the duties of president later this year. Other officers elected for the coming year Are vice president mrs. Elizabeth Gibbs of Washington who teaches at Beaufort county elementary school and Secretary mrs. Delores Morgan of Bath who teaches at Bath High school or Wallace graduated from East Carolina University with a degree in physical education see Wallace. Page 8i Homer Tolan or it merchant Dies killed in Acu in Washington apr the defense department has announced that army Pic Paul r. Stepp or. Of Flat Rock ., has been killed in action in the Vietnam War. A rap Brown riot Law government indicts 12 weathermen the by Mark Brown associated press writer Washington ap1 a government has used the controversial a wrap Browne anti riot Law against the Radical left for a second time indicting 12 ads Weatherman leaders the Justice departments top criminal lawyer Calls a open the 12, including police fugitive Kathy Boudin and chief Weatherman Mark Rudd were accused thursday of conspiring to1 incite and participating in violence during the Quot a four Days of rage sponsored % the Mili Tant faction of students for a democratic society last oct 8-11 in Chicago. The indictments by a Chicago Federal grand jury came less than two months after the tumult Ous trial of the Chicago 7�?first defendants to be tried under the 1968 anti riot Law closed in the court of . District judge Julius j. Hoffman ironically judge Hoffman one of eight judges in the court was selected under a random assignment method to hear the Weatherman Case the indictments charged each of the 12 w i the one count of conspiring Between june 30 and oct. 11, i my to travel in and use the facilities of interstate Commerce with the intent to incite organize promote encourage participate in and carry on a riot each also was charged with one to tour counts of crossing state lines with the intent of inciting a riot. The 1969 riot referred to in the indictments As an ads a a National action Quot resulted in injury of several policemen the wounding of several militants and jailing of scores of persons club wielding Weatherman adherents caused thousands of dollars of damage to buildings add autos in two window smashing marches in a posh residential Section and the Chicago Loop area. Asat. Atty. Gen. Will r. Wilson head of the Justice departments criminal division that sought the indictments said the move was designed to strip the far left Ami violence espousing Weatherman faction of its leadership. A we brought this action primarily against their Leader ship a Wilson said in an interview after the indictments were announced. Quot we put about As Many in this group As we could manage. A politically almost Alt the Weatherman people Are open marxists a he said a these peo pie persist in their assertions of disorderly conduct and revolution. And they seem to be getting More fanatical. We considered All this when we decided to ask for the the a wrap Browne Law so isee weathermen. Page 8 Belhaven Homer s. Tolan sr., Well known and longtime department store owner Here died thursday in the fungo District Hospital after a critical illness of several weeks he was 80 years old. Funeral services will be held sunday at 2 from the Belhaven free will Baptist Church with the Rev. Kenneth Carter officiating. Burial will follow in the Belhaven Community cemetery. His grandsons will serve As pallbearers. The body will be taken from the Paul funeral Home Here to the Church one hour prior to the service. Or Tolan was a life Long resident of Belhaven where he operated Tolan a a department store for Many years before retiring from the Active management survivors include his wife mrs. Pearl Ross whom he married in july 1910, almost 60 years ago other survivors include four sons Elmo and William Frost Tolan of key West fla., Homer Tolan or. Of Birmingham mich., and Delma Tolan of Belhaven four daughters mrs. Harry j. Jarvis of Engelhard miss Evelyn Tolan of Boston mass., mrs. W l Wade or. Of Thomasville and mrs. Zeno Ratcliff or. Of pan Tego 20 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Early reports however indicated no significant Hack to wort movement on today s first shift. In new York a focal Point in the strike. 40 of 57 controllers scheduled reported sick at the air route Center which controls traffic in several Eastern states the number of controllers staying off the Job remained about the same at Kansas City and Minneapolis in Chicago All 10 controllers at the o Hare Tower reported for duty but the nearby Aurora control cent i declined to give out numbers on strikers leaders of the professional air traffic controllers organisation Patch agreed thursday to order their men Back to wort by . Us District court judge George l. Hart jr., then dismissed contempt proceedings against Patch executive director f. Lee Bailey and two other Union leaders later a Federal aviation administration spokesman confirmed that three controllers who had been ordered from Baton Rouge. La., to new posts and who had not reported to their new assignments were in the Early stages of dismissal proceedings the transfers which Patch said were aimed at undercutting the Union were a prime spark to the current wort stoppage which has curbed air travel throughout the country since March 25 the Faa spokesman said letters of proposed removal had been sent to Shelby Mccurnin. It see air. Psi cd personnel in a special message Nixon said his administration a is com milled to a policy of pay As you go Quot lie described that As not Only Glt a Al business but a in Shiranee against inflation a the president announced that the planned 6 per cent increase for All Federal civilian and Milt tary personnel retroactive to last dec 27. Will require a fur her actions which will result in some modification of our 1971 budgetary program a a without going into details. Nixon said that he will propose a additional Revenue which will neither require extending the surtax nor raising income tax rates a a about the Only specific thing tie mentioned in the tax area was a plan to accelerate roller Tion of estate and gift taxes which would provide a one time Only Federal Windfall of to 5 billion in receipts in the 1971 fiscal year that begins july i. Mrs. Gabon Heads drive Manteo mrs Olive o Gabon of Swan Quarter Has been named chairman of Hyde county for the 1970 Roanoke Island historical association membership Campaign mrs Gabon s appointment was announced by mrs Walter b Jones of Farmville . And Washington do. W to is general chairman for the Campaign memberships May be obtained by contacting mrs Olive o. Gabon at Swan Quarter or by writing directly to a a Quot the lost colony"1, Box 68. Manteo. 27954 the Roanoke Island historical association produces Paul Green s a the lost Colony Quot which used pageantry words music and dance to Tell the tragic Story of the first English settlement in America and employs a Clef of actors dancers singers and technicians staged in 2,000 seat Waterside theatre overlooking historic Albemarle and Croatan sounds the play is presented on the site of the original happenings of the Story it tells for the current fiscal year ending june 30. Nixon said the it .2 Hillion Cost of Che 6 per cent retroactive pay boost a can be met from budgeted and surplus the 6 per cent pay raise for All civil service and militia personnel was worked out in neg unions out Ween administration officials and the Heads of seven Al Cio postal unions subject to approval by con Gress the agreement Calls also for revision of the postal sys Tern. Including collective bargaining rights for the ,., and another 8 per cent increase for postal workers when the new system become effective Nixon s first proposal to con Gress was for Early enactment of the 6 per cent pay raise. Quot at the same time a he went on �?o1 urge the Congress to take action to Reform the postal serv ice and declared a had this action been taken earlier the Post Al wort stoppage would have been averted. A if postal Reform becomes Law. Nixon said one immediate result would be an additional wage increase of at least 8 per cent for postal workers an increase designed to put them on an equal pay footing with no government employees from the standpoint of the Householder the Impact of the Nixon plan would fall heaviest on mail users notably by scrapping the present 6-Eenl letter rate for the recommended to cent rate kidnapping fails h Guatemala refuses release of West German envoy a Eloy Aguilar associated press writer Guatemala a apr hemp la Ting Argentina the Caterna Lan government refused thurs Day night to release 16 prisoners in Exchange for West German ambassador Karl von Upreti kidnapped by leftist. Terrorists four Days ago after meeting for seven hours president Julio Cesar Mendez and his Cabinet declared a 30-Day state of siege they imposed curfews and press censorship forbade All political activity and authorized Security forces to make arrests and searches without warrants or court orders a communique said the government could not release the 16 prisoners because it of them already have been tried and sentenced. It said this situation a differs radically from previous kid German ambassador Narings of diplomats because the prisoners exchanged for their Freedom were awaiting trial. Interference by the executive Branch in matters under court jurisdiction Quot would constitute i flagrant violation of the Constitution Quot the communique said a German embassy spokesman commented a it is the duty of the Host country to protect the life of the ambassador of a Quot Friendly nation. The government appealed a to the most elemental human principles of those who have the ambassador in their Power that they respect the right of free Dom and life of the representative of a Friendly nation and that they May understand that it is totally impossible for the gov eminent to agree to their count von Upreti who is 63 and suffers from a heart ailment has sent one message since four men took him from a see Kidnap Page 8
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