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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - April 13, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather met a this rules Rinc a t a nine noon red by tonight lows in in Elk Irwin to inh him a he �8 to 74 established >909 Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial m4-i14i two Assn t to and 7 00 o clock and Ana will be delivered to twi Washington North Carolina Nav afternoon Awin 13, 19tq Dahy except sunday enemy keeps a a ult beet astronauts Speed flawlessly up pressure toward rendezvous with Moon a farm writer by George Esper associated Presa writer Saigon a North Viet Nambae attacks in the Central Highlands and the Northern Quarter of South Vietnam killed two More americans and 29 South vietnamese As the enemy offensive moved into its 13th Day military spokesman announced today. Another is americana and 170 South vietnamese were wounded. Enemy gunners also shot Down four us helicopters in widely separated parts of the country killing two More Amer leans and wounding even others. According to captured document. The communist High command is referring to the offensive As the x Campaign and plans to continue it in various phases until june. Informed sources said they did no to know Why the communists chose that name. Other captured documents disclosed that the North vietnamese and. Viet Cong forces a had been ordered to make an All out Effort to disrupt the South vietnamese government s pacification program one source reported the worst North vietnamese assault reported today apparently a revenge attack hit a Camp housing the families of South vietnamese rangers who had been sent to the a Menee of the Dak Seang special forces Camp �0 Miles to the North the Transfer of the rangers left the Camp five Miles North of Plesku lightly defended North vietnamese sappers broke in 11. Invt a a jul if a a. Jul aur flu Mem firing Rocfort grenades and rifles and hurling dynamite bombs. They killed is men women and children wounded 70 and burned Down about 2s houses Only two sappers were reported killed earlier sunday. North Viet namese troops for the first time fought their Way into the special forces Camp at Dak Pek a Forward base for operations into Laos Field reports said 11 Mon tag Nard tribesmen were killed and so wounded including families Sec Vietnam. Page postmasters meet Here hear Jones a the postal service is not designed As a profit making department but rather As one of service to our congressman Walter b. Jones so stated that position on saturday night at Holiday inn in Washington As be spoke to the Jonnee diag of Xvi Quot. Congressional. District a postmaster their wives or husbands and guests. Or Jones also said a i will not vote for any postal reforms which include the closed shop As such a Law is contrary to the North Carolina right to work Law a or. Jones also stated his outright opposition to the proposed 10 cents postage for first class mail. Quot so Long As we allow junk mail and pornography to clutter up our mails at reduced rates i shall oppose vigorously the proposed increase in first class rates a he said. The congressman also read several letters he had received from constituents while in Congress. Some were humorous and others were taking him to task. James Bond of Edenton introduced or. Jones. Forrest Waller director of Kinston presided Over the meeting. Allen Powell gave the invocation and Jesse Spruill mayor pro tem of Washington brought the Welcome. Mrs. Iva Johnson of Coinjock responded mrs. Effie Brickhouse of Columbia recognized the guests. Frank Copeland of Burlington president of the n. C. Postmasters gave a speech regarding the problems faced today lot the Portal a Enrice. W a a. A a John h. Thompson of raleigh., postal service officer made a few remarks and recognized Joseph Dudley of Greenville upon his retirement. Mrs. Stella Bowers of Newland Secretary treasurer gave her report. Mrs. Sarah Jones of Vanceboro gave congressman and mrs Jones a Ham and she gave appropriate gifts to or. Dudley and to or Thompson Billy Tarkenton was elected new director of the first congressional District. Harold Humphrey of Farmville was named vice director and mrs. Kathleen Perry of Kitty Hawk was named Secretary treasurer. The report of the nominating committee was Given by Robert l. Mattocks of Maysville. About 150 people attended the meeting. Sidney Hofler of Washington was Host postmaster. Mrs. Hofler had charge of decorations and each woman present was Given a camellia. By Don Kendal a farm writer Washington api cattlemen say they will produce plenty of beef for expanding consumer appetites but Only if prices remain High and the Federal government keeps its nose out a we think and we re confident that the cattle Industry is going to continue to produce beef at a rate which would allow a further increase in the per capita level of consumption a says c w Mcmillan executive vice president of the american National cattlemen a but we a cd to be sure to have the economic incentive to do it a Mcmillan said during an interview with Anca leaders. A of course this is reflected in prices a William d. Farr Anca president whose feedlots near Greeley colo., turn out nearly 20,000 tons of Quality beef annually said today a cattle prices generally the highest in Many years would provide such incentive. The Anca remarks followed a congressional committee action last thursday which turned Back a report calling for More Federal supervision of the cattle business. The report written by a subcommittee headed by rep. John s. Monagan d-conn., urged Congress to set up a special commission to determine a the adequacy of the meat Supply at All marketing Levels from ranches to supermarkets the report also said present . Meat import quota regulations were detrimental to Consumers by restricting the amount of foreign beef allowed to come into this country. Farr and other cattlemen opposed the recommendation and effectively lobbied last week against the report. The Monagan report charged cattlemen have not kept Paw with demand and that unless action is taken soon the nation could have a serious beef shortage by 1975. Per capita beef consumption Rose from about 60 pounds a year after world War ii to 110 pounds last year Mcmillan said a and this Wasny to done through any Public utilities approach or Federal commission Riding Herd on the cattle business. Choice steers those most in consumer demand last june in Chicago brought about $35 per 100 pounds the highest in 17 years. Prices recently have been around $21 or $32 per hundredweight. Farr a said that considering present costs from feed to taxes and interest current prices would encourage gradual expansion of the nation s beef Herd. The cattle business is expanding gradually and consistently. I pc meat. Page 8 by Howard Benedict a amp if writer space Center Houston apr Apollo 19�?~s astronauts today sped quietly and Flawhearty toward a tuesday rendezvous with the Moon while ground controllers tracked a rocket stage headed for an exp alive Impi a an the Hin if a Styf James a. Lovell jr., Fred w Haise or. And John l. Swygert or. Retired Early today for 10 hours rest Mission control planned to let them sleep past noon Fly of weirs a Vuyrl Iii in. I if 1 -. 11 Quot ,1 flt a in the Only one of the three wired for medical monitoring slept soundly. Trailing about 900 mile behind Apollo 13 was the third stage of the Saturn 5 rocket that hoisted the astronauts away from planet Earth saturday signals from the ground shifted the 61-foot stage to a collision course with the Moon. Mission control said tracking data today shows it will strike the surface about 1 1.0 . Est tuesday about 105 Miles West of a seismometer left on the Moon by the Apollo 1.2. Astronauts in november that is about half an hour after Apollo 13 is to fire into Moon orbit the astronauts won t see the Impact because they will be on the far Side of the Moon seismic experts estimate the 15-ton stage will smash with a Force equal to 11 Tona of int and that it will gouge a Crater 100-120 feet deep. The resulting tremors recorded by the Scis Rometer. Should Tell scientists much about the internal Structure of the Moon the Apollo 12 spacemen deliberately crashed their lunar Lander after they left the Moon and the Impact vibrated the see Smo meter a , 55 minutes Indica Ting the subsurface material is broken up. It san car explosion on Earth would reverberate Only a few minutes. The Apollo 13 astronauts were relaxing on the three Day outward journey in preparation for four gruelling Days in the Vicinity of the Moon preparation for wednesday s lunar Landing begins tonight when Lovell and Haise crawl through a connecting Tunnel to inspect the lunar Craft they Call aquarius Check communications propulsion and other systems to make sure the spindly legged Lander is ready for the difficult and dangerous descent to the Moons ancient Fra Maura Highlands wednesday night. In this rugged area on the Eastern Shore of the Ocean of storms Lovell and Haise plan to deploy a nuclear powered science station Drill 10 feet beneath the lunar crust and trek nearly two Miles on a geology Field trip. They Hope to gather rocks dating Back some five billion years to the creation of the Moon the astronauts zipped past the Halfway Mark �?lit.000 Miles from both Earth and Moon sunday and fired a Brief burst of their spaceship engine to shift xxx Rise slightly and Zero in on a up Ftp to Mew a a Ftp the Liim surface they Hope to hit that bulls Eye and fire into lunar orbit at 7 30 tuesday. The otherwise uneventful Day sunday was enlivened when Swigert suddenly realized to the �81 Illi nil in if i Ali if m i Lili Ollir Tii Fig i ill s lib i s 1 Iff itis a a a w crewmen that in the last minute Rush to climb aboard Apollo 13 in place of measles menaced Thomas a Mattingly he had forgotten to file his 1909 income tax return and had left part of his flight plans behind the flight information was later radioed to him from Mission control the two second engine ignition occurred during a 50-minute telecast beamed to Mission control in Houston. The camera focused on an instrument panel and viewers on Earth saw the sudden Jolt on monitoring a screens. Lovell Haise and Swigert started the telecast with an out the window View of the Moon it see Apollo Page 0 touchdowns on Moon Landing Fields Apollo 11. 12 and 13 Tumi ing Sites on the Moon lire labelled in this View those who voted no. A senators for re election May feel Carswell Breeze a buy a new car every two years compassion truth a Hulbert discusses alcohol symposium by de w a la Eft. Jr., staff writer a the distinctiveness of the symposium of alcoholism in Industry and business coming up Here on May 5 is the fact that it will involve some of the people who can really do something a according to Rev. Irwin Hulbert who believes that a a sober people Are the people who must help the alcoholic. Quot it Isnit enough to just say that alcoholism is a disease a Hulbert said. A we must admit to ourselves and others that it is a physical mental and social disease. We must see that an alcoholic or problem Drinker is a medical problem a problem to his family to his wife and children his friends and relatives and to his employer As Well As himself and his com Muni Rev. Hulbert has worked with the problems of Hie alcoholic and problem Drinker since he was ordained As an episcopal minister in 1mb. He sees it As one of the most tragic of Many a reaction to the confusion and injustice of modern society. A since alcohol is a Hulbert believes a an alcoholic or1 problem Drinker cannot help himself without help from others. We must Stop trying to hide it bring it out in the open so that we can work together As we do with other diseases and overcome it a he continued. A those people wives husbands friends relatives employers and children who help people on alcohol hide their sickness Are in a Large sense responsible for the continuation of their sickness a he said. A compassion and help Are needed a Hulbert added a but not the sort of individual compassion which helps hide the alcoholic. What is needed Quot he said a is Community wide compassion truthfulness and an atmosphere of help involving everyone because everyone is St some Point affected by the the upcoming symposium financed by local business and Industry to the tune of approximately $3000, is an Effort at getting some of the a a sober people to Stop hurting the alcoholic by helping him hide it and Start genuinely helping Hulbert explained. The meeting sponsored by the Washington rotary dub will be held at the episcopal Church on May 5 beginning at 2 30 . And include a dinner meeting. Prominent men in the Field of a Iwa Nehm and Industry will be at the meeting speaking and leading discussion groups. Or. David j. Pittman director of the social service Institute Washington University in St. Louis will deliver the keynote address on alcoholism and Industry. Or. Pittman is the president of the 28 the International Congress on alcoholism. Frank Lawlor an official with e. L Dupont de Nemous will also speak discussion groups will follow see symp06ium Page 0� by h. L. Schwartz 111 Isaac ated plea writer Washington apr democrats Albert Gore of Tennessee and Ralph Yarborough of Texas May get the most heat because of their votes against g. Har rold Carswell but other senators up for re election this year could feel a warm Breeze or two. This Early opinion comes from politicians in several key states and from the senators themselves in the Wake of last wednesdays 51-45 Senate rejection of president Nixon a second try at appointing a Southern judge to the supreme court. A Only time can Tell a Gore said sunday when asked what Impact his anti Carswell vote will have on his Effort to win another term. But he said his decisions against Carswell and against Clement f. Haynsworth last fall a were very hurtful to Texas politicians believe Yarborough a vote against Carswell Appeal gets $328 f or Little boy a the sum. Of $328 96 came in Over the weekend for the a Kenneth Woolard fund according to Darrell Martin treasurer of the fund k on saturday an Appeal was it made for help for this 2w year old boy who has a Hole in his heart and who must be operated upon immediately if his life is to be saved. An operation is now scheduled for april 19 at Duke Hospital provided enough Money can be raised. It is estimated that Between $7,000 and $10,000 will be needed for the Complete Relief of the boy. The Assembly of god Church on the Pactolus Highway is spearheading the drive and. The committee terms this Appeal As a dire the committee members in addition to or. Martin Are Bonnie Crisp Garland Ayers Richard Avery and the pastor the Rev. L. V. those wishing to help in this cause should Send donations to a Kenneth Woolard fund 520 oct main Street. definitely will affect his. Curren i primary race with Lloyd Bent sen who supported the nomination. Quot sen. Yarborough should vote for Texas at least once in a while a a Bentsen said after Carswell was rejected a the defeat was a combination of anti South. Ultra Liberal forces that think the supreme court is a place to write Laws rather than interpret them a the democratic primary win Ner probably will face another Carswell supporter in the general election rep. George Bush a Houston Republican. In Tennessee Gore is expected to win the aug. 6 democratic primary and most Likely will face rep. William e. Brock to november Brock has criticized Gore s support of native tennessean Abe for Las who was forced to resign from the High court under fire last year. A thus the senator a says Brock a staunchly defended the Virtues of Liberal Justice Abe Fortas Only to in turn condemn the indiscretion of judge Haynsworth and he now votes against judge Carswell because a his record looks bad but one Tennessee politician who backs Gore says the Issue will have no effect whatsoever a by november nobody will remember who the hell Carswell was a he said asking he not be quoted by name. Of the 35 Senate seats at stake in this year s election 25 Are being defended by democrats the rest have Republican incumbents seeking a new term among these who could be troubled by the Carswell affair is Winston Prouty who voted against the nomination Prouty face what promises to be a Tierce re election struggle even though he a a Republican in a predominantly Republican state facing a Liberal Democrat. The Democrat however is former gov. Philip h. Hoff a see senators. Page 0 t eachers p poised to strike today by the associated press teachers in los Angeles were poised to strike today while about 32,000 truck Drivers struck an estimated 1,300 Chicago area firms in a new development of continuing National labor troubles the 19-Day-old a sick out by air controllers continued to have some Impact in new York Kansas City Denver and some West coast airports. Schools supt. Robert Kelly of los Angeles said he would try to keep All possible classes in the 616 schools of the nations second largest school system open by using no striking substitute and supervisory teachers. The United teachers of los Angeles which claims to represent 22,000 of the 25.000 teachers is seeking More pay smaller classes class aides and physical improvements such As air conditioning and. Carpeting. Teachers strikes continued in Minneapolis Butte mont., and Muskogee okla. Truck Drivers from North Carolina to California remained off the Job while in addition to the Driver walkout in the Chicago area five Chicago trucking firms looked out another 35.000 Drivers and Dock men the five firms began notifying the workers Over the weekend that a lockout would be in effect this morning. By i. David Wallace associated pres writer Washington a it it Simeni economists say Vos i automobile owners Are just As Well off buying a new car every two years As they Are trying to keep the old bus running a assuming a Normal amount of dry veg. Keeping a car after it is iwo years old Kies save some Money hut not very much a said a report by the Federal Highway administration. Quot the decision to Trade in a car or keep it a while longer should be based on the owner s tastes and circumstances rather than on any thought of in creasing or decreasing his cents Par mile owning and Ahng costs As far As Economy is concerned he can make u decision with a Clear science a a the a report showed the Cost keeping a car for 10 years has increased from 10.2 cents a mile about a year ago to to 89 cents a mile this year the study found a big increase in insurance costs which jumped from 1 41 cents a mile to 1.72 cents a mile despite inclusion of less extensive coverage in this year s computations. In a year by year breakdown of the Cost of keeping a car depreciating its Purchase Price Over 10 years the study found the first year costs 14 21 cents a mile and the second ii 27 cents the Cost rises for the a it a it two cabs. Pace s see the Chicago unions Are demanding a $1 65 an hour wage boost Over three years instead of the $1.10 Over the Span provided by a National settlement Between the teamsters Union and carriers groups. The tentative pact has not yet been ratified by the membership. In the air controllers situation. The Federal aviation administration said sunday that severe staffing problems remained Only in new York Denver and Kansas City. There were undermanned staffs also at two san Francisco area facilities. Editorial employees were on strike the Boston record american in a demand for higher pay. The new York newspaper Guild broke off talks with the new York Post and called a strike for 6 . Tuesday learning lab the Beaufort tech learning lab will re open tonight at 7 of clock at the old Ford school. Hyde candidate a Albert f Whitaker Fairfield merchant and Farmer is seeking a seat on the Hyde county Board of commissioners. Whitaker is married and the father of six including a son attending Alt College he is one of four candidates seeking the seat for Fairfield and Currituck townships
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