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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - April 16, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather fair and Art a Unm a Lam Low tonight is Seare it mainly or a Wini div a no his a e Washington daily news if you do not got your paper ,. Del ma214a Tow a a 10 and t 00 o Stork and on be do Lemd to you. Ltd it % a in i f it it established 1909 Fth parcs Washington. North Carolina. Wednesday afternoon april 16. 19t0 daily except sunday drug problem youngsters work to combat abuse Gerald Ford Justice Douglas Justice Douglas Fords accusation initiates Wrangle by Robert Hunt associated pm my writer Washington apr an impeachment Resolution and Call for a special investigation of supreme court Justice William 0. Douglas have reached the House in the Wake of charges the 71 year old Jurist May Benefit for his Post House minority Leader Gerald r. Ford touched off a vitriolic parliamentary Wrangle wednesday night after asserting Douglas May be unfit to serve As a Justice because of questionable outside interests and possible associations with underworld figures. For1 threw i support to _ Cream to of a special House com Muttee to study the Douglas Case to see if there is cause for impeachment. Under Tenhs of a Resolution proposed today the special investigative panel would be required to submit its report in 90 Days. When Ford finished his speech rep. Andrew Jacobs of Indiana a Liberal Democrat said the gop Leader had a duty to file an impeachment Resolution since he a has stated publicly that he favors impeachment of Justice Quot since he Ford refuses to do so and. Since he raises grave questions the answers to which 1 do not know but every amen can is entitled to know Quot Jacobs told the House Quot i introduce at this time the Resolution of impeachment in order that a proper and dignified inquiry into this matter might be Jacob s Resolution was referred to the House judiciary committee headed by rep. Emanuel Celler , a it is obviously triggered by the defeat of judges g. Har rold Carswell and Clementha ans Worth Quot said Celler of Fords attack. It a a a Quot a a a the judiciary committe would be considered friendlier toward Douglas than the House rules committee to which the investigation Resolution goes. Ford said Douglas twice was on the dissenting Side when the supreme court ruled against Magazine publisher Ralph Ginzburg. He said that while the second Case was before a Federal court Quot clearly on the Way to the highest court in the land a one of Ginzburg a magazines Quot Avant Garde Quot paid Douglas $350 for an article on Folk singing. By Yvonne Baskin associated press writer Raleigh a half a dozen Long haired boys sat Chuck it Ling in the Balcony of memorial auditorium As gov Bob Scott stood on the stage below calling for More educational and foot vie of a growing problems of drug abuse in North Carolina but the chuckles weren to because the boys were unconcerned. The youths knew More a first hand about drugs and the problems Quot they can create than most of the speakers wednesday on the program of the governor s conference on drug abuse most of the boys work with a project in Chapel Hill called switchboard designed to provide help to youngsters on Quot bad trips Quot or in serious danger because of drugs. To them the words they heard at the conference reflected the attitudes of society As a whole which they feel helped create the drug problem in the first place. Quot listening to the governor and All you realize drugs to these people Are deep dark mysteries a said Alex Vare a North Carolina state University student. Quot they done to realize How easy the decision to take drugs is and How easy they Are to get a Vare said. The Young people Felt that this Quot Aura of mystery and evil is part of the fascination drugs hold for Young people. Quot your parents say done to use drugs but they done to have any grounds to base it on because they done to know anything about them a said Chris Jones of Chapel Hill and so he added for advice and information about drugs the Young turn to the source they Trust Moat their age group. A a that a Why its going Down into the younger strata the Junior High school kids a because of the mystery Quot Jones said. The news Media help to keep the mystery alive by portraying drug users As either heroes or villains he went on. A the drug problem will end when drugs Are not novel any More Quot said Ric Carter of the University of North Carolina. A when kids understand chemical drugs and get All the facts become bored with tax protest w a moratoriums generally peaceful by the associated press Vietnam moratorium rallies wednesday Drew tens of thousands for generally peaceful protests in cities across the nation. But in a number of instances groups of Radical youths rampaged afterwards and clashed with police. The worst violence came in. Cambridge mass., where1 some 1,100 riot police used tear Gas dogs and clubs to Battle 6,000 demonstrators who set fires broke windows and threw rocks fund grows the Kenneth Woolard fund stood this morning at $1,044.32, according to Darrell Martin chairman of the committee. Kenneth Woolard age 2v� years will leave sunday for Duke Hospital where an operation is tentatively scheduled for wednesday april 22, provided. Of course that Money is. Available. The operation will be a Quot now or never proposition. To repair a Hole in the youngsters heart. Sunday school classes All Over this area Are urged to respond to this Appel on sunday. Doctors have said that the difference could be life or death. An operation offers the _ Only Hope. I donations should be sent to the a Kenneth Woolard fund a 590 East main Street Washington n. C. From rooftops in Harvard Square. They had assembled after an earlier peaceful rally by 60,000 persons on Boston common the Days largest crowd. At the Berkeley Campus of the University of California 1,000 demonstrators tried to storm the Navy Roth Headquarters. Forty Law enforcement officers were bombarded with rocks bottles and water balloons. They replied with repeated barrages of tear Gas. Other disorders occurred at Columbia University in new York City Miami University of Ohio and Pennsylvania state University and in the nations capital. The latest moratorium was timed to coincide with the april 15 Federal income tax filing deadline. Many demonstrations protested the use of taxes to support the War. Turnouts were generally less than the first moratorium last. Oct 15. Moratorium organizers expressed dismay that the voices of Antiwar a a moderate a were submerged by the strident demands of smaller groups of radicals. In new York City some 20,000 demonstrators turned out in Bryant Park but radicals a a the crowd pushed Forward to try and take the stage and shift the focus from Vietnam to the cause see tax Page 101 Avalanche Streak toward splashdown a a 70 Apollo i3 astronauts Wallanches. France it a it a seventy persons a Mast of them tubercular boys under the ate of 15�? were feared dead today. Buried under a massive Avalanche that swept Down on them As they slept the ministry of i Tenor reported rescuers had found Only nine bodies ii hours after the Wall of Rock and Snow 1 60 feel and High and 600 feet wide roared Down in the darkness on two dormitories and a nurses residence at a tuberculosis Sanatorium a there is no. Hope of anyone surviving under that mass of Snow and Earth.,�?� said one police lieutenant As hundreds of Rescue workers dug with Picha shovels cranes and bulldozers the huge slide also smashed into one Wing of the Sana Tori urn s main building but 14 children and three adults in that Section were rescued unhurt helicopters flying Over the area 25 Miles Southeast of Geneva reported that a second great mass of Snow was perched dangerously on the adjacent Mountainside it threatened the main Sanatorium building and the building which houses adult patients was ordered evacuated. Com Para Lively mild weather this Winter has Given the Alps one of its most disastrous seasons with at least 80 persons killed in avalanches. The Snow slide shortly after Midnight wednesday started at about 4,506 feet above the plateau d Assy and rolled about 1.000 feet Down the slope uprooting Trees and dislodging boulders mud and tree trunks As it gathered momentum it struck two buildings each housing about 30 sleeping boys and a chalet next door where nurses and other adults were housed. At dawn., Rescue workers said they could hear Calls for help a Fror Quot leg he a a a a a / mime prepare for re entry of Token line frames the useless part of the Apollo 13 command module following that Power failure 205 000 Miles from Ira rth the Romni Ninfo useful part contain Lite Landing Parachute and the lunar module at right is the 1 Emu tiling Power a it Werc drawing Jancsi Tweg feed list a loll it Scott funds space chill not expected assured for 10 hamper Apollo Landing Jayne Ericourt. Concert set Here at High school Jayne Winfield Ericourt nationally known concert pianist and native of Washington comes Back to her Home today to visit and prepare for a concert Friday night at Washington High school. The concert begins at 8 is . And tickets will be on Sale at the door. Mrs. Ericourt is the daughter of or. And mrs. J. Bryan Winfield of this City. Her Talent was recognized Early and her hard work has since made her in. Great demand throughout the country. She made her debut at the age of in at new Yorkus famed Carnegie Hall. She has performed More than 50 times As soloist with orchestras and Given countless individual concerts. Mrs. Ericourt is professor of piano at Guilford College in Greensboro. She is a devotee of Spanish music and recently returned from a concert tour in see concert Page 10. Bald head Raleigh a gov. Bob Scott announced today that a conservation group. Nature conservancy had agreed to put up $5.5 million to enable the state to Purchase disputed Bald head Island. But roadblocks still stood in the states Way. Scott said that despite the action by nature conservancy the islands owner Frank Sherrill of Charlotte had advised him that he was Quot not in a position at this time to negotiate with the Scott said Sherrill disclosed Carolina Cape fear corp. Still holds an option to buy the 12,-000 acre subtropical Island at the Mouth of the Cape fear River the corporation plans to turn the undeveloped Island into a Plush resort similar to Hilton head Island in South Carolina. Scott is trying to preserve the Island in its natural state. Scott told the newsmen that Sherrill had indicated he would negotiate with the state if the Carolina. Cape fear option expires a a emr. Sherrill indicated he is very Mucy interested in Selling the Island and is looking for a buyer a Scott stated. He said that nature conservancy had agreed to Advance the state $5.5 million for three years and that this would give the state time to raise the Money see Bald head. Page 10 w. T. Howard of Hyde passes Swan Quarter William Thomas Howard age 86, died in the fungo District Hospital in Belhaven wednesday funeral services will be held at 2 . Friday at Soule United methodist Church near Here conducted by the Rev. H. L. Martin. Burial will be in Soule cemetery. Or. Howard was s Well known Fanner a member of souk United methodist Church a see Howard. Paga 10 by Paul Recer a aerospace writer space Center Houston apr temperatures were Neap freezing in the Apollo spacecraft today. It was uncomfortable for the astronauts but the cold was not expected to harm them or cause further damage to their disabled Craft. The command ship Odyssey has been slowly chilling since the astronauts shut off the Power to sae electricity after Apollo 3�?Ts emergency develop Ted monday night. Apollo 13 commander James a Lovell or. Noticed it first he awoke shivering out of a deep sleep in the darkness of the command module tuesday. Superb insulation kept the command ship fairly warm for More than a Day but then the super cold of space where the temperature of objects shaded from the Sun May drop to minus 250 degrees fahrenheit began creeping into the Craft. To astronaut John l. Swigert. Or. It was cold indeed. A i done to know if Well be Able to sleep up there tonight a he said it must be 35 or 4u de Grees a Quot at the time he said that Quot said an official who was in mis Sion control Quot temperature in the Cabin was actually. 52 de Grees but in a sure it Felt like 35 or 40 to the temperature in the lunar module Cabin was not much letter it read 60 degrees at the time it later Rose three de Grees. But was still far from comfortable the Crew told the ground they were going to Don extra pairs of coveralls and an official said they also had extra Quot Long John Quot underwear. Officials said temperatures in the command module which is now used Only As a bedroom by the spacemen May drop As Low As 40 degrees if it Dicomes this severe the astronauts could put on their insulated pressure suits. While the Cabin grew frosty equipment and electronics gear Between the Cabin Wall and the outside spacecraft skin was subjected to bitter Reid. Quot toward the end of the i Sion. Well see a freeze in the lunar module descent stage and in the service module Quot said flight director Gerald Griffin but he added that this would present no problems. A i done to expect any tempera Ture close to feeling Quot for the command module equipment he said flight controllers powered up the command module briefly wednesday to Check the systems and found All of them working critical components of the command ship were tested in temperatures Down to minus 20 degrees when it was being built. The most delicate of the instruments. The guidance system was put through this test and Tost accuracy of Only a few tenths of one degree to keep equipment from get Ting colder than the tested minus 20 degrees the spacecraft Are roiled so that All sides Are evenly exposed to sunlight which is very intense in space. A iiow4bd Benedict a irent Irr writer space Center. Houston Cap Apollo 19�?Ts astronauts recharged a weak Battery and prepared other systems in their command. Ship today. For _ the unique and critical Maneu vers needed to bring their crippled Craft Back to Earth Friday James. A Lovell or. Fred w. Maine or. And John la a Swigert or. Streaked toward a splash Puente Kcf a a altar. An engine firing wednesday night shifted them off a course that would have Kofl them branded in space with the Veteran Lovell at the controls they triggered their lunar module engine 15 seconds and successfully changed course had that firing and later course corrections failed Apollo 13 a told have missed Earth by 104 Miles and skipped off into spore with that hurdle cleared the l .1 Quot it Quot ironed All attention to Friday Quot a entry and Landing scheduled for i 07 . Est using flashlights to find their Way in the dark and Chilly Cabin the astronaut checked the three batteries in the command ship that will provide the Power for the biasing dive through the atmosphere they found two of them at full 40-amp-hour strength but the third with Only about half that Power available on a Normal re entry they would require 70 to 80 amp hours so Mission control told them to Hook up a Cable to the Power system of the lunar mod us and recharge the weak Bat Tery this process will take about 15 hours and draw eight a to tag from the pm although the temperatures in the command hip which was drawing Usa Tai Ittu the sturdy pm. Were a Low a around 50 degree flight director Gerald Griffin sail the Craft s system a ii appeared to be i Good. Shape. The pressures and tempera Tures in the plumbing system looked Fine Quot lie reported a two it see Apollo. Page 10 mrs. Mattie m Mills succumbs mrs. Mattie Moore Mills age 86, resident of it 2. Choc Wimly died in the Beaufort county Hospital this morning at 845 of clock following a critical illness of one Day she had been in failing health for the past several months. Mrs Mills was affectionately known As Quot miss Mattie and was Active in Community affairs As Long As health permitted she was aug. 10.1883, daughter of the late James Franklin and Pierece Ann Moore she was a member of the first Baptist Church Here. She was twice married first to Thomas h Moore and secondly to w h. Mills she is survived by two sons Sam t Moore of this City and George f Moore of Chesapeake va., three daughters mrs j f. Buckman and mrs David Brame both of Washington Park and mrs. Hae Mills. Page 10 Cambodia dilemma United states in a Tough spot an a Newt analysis by William l. Ryan a special correspondent so far As Cambodia is concerned the United states is damned 1 it does and damned if it does t. The Nixon administration is in a position in which anything it does now can later on be judged to have been wrong. If As Cambodia asks the United states supplies arms to the new coup torn regime it risks widened War in Southeast Asia. If it does not it risks so Asia climate As to impel other nation to make whatever peace they am with Asia s communists. The United states will be in Tutty asian Eye the paper Tiger Mao tse Tung has always said it is yet when Washington weighs the pro and cons of responding to the hew cambodian regime s plea it must be acutely aware of the memories this will evoke 0i How the South Vietnam involvement developed surely there will be cries of a there we go again a a president Nixon is finding that Indochina a conflicts Are self escalator. Rapidly deteriorating situations in Laos and Cambodia both now invaded by North vietnamese and Viet Cong pose a formidable threat to efforts to scale Down the Merican Rok in neighbouring South Vietnam. If invasion can turn Cambodia into a pliant communist sat Lite South Vietnam will be out flanked and menaced Drom another deep rear area Vietnam nation. President Nixon a Hope of ending . Combat activity might be greatly delayed if there was to be any Assurance of Saigon holding out. There Are unpleasant similarities Between today a Cambodia situation and that in Vietnam in 1963 after a military coup there an event which signalled the Sharp american escalation. Before then americans had been bold by president John f. Kennedy that Quot communist has been blunted Quot in Indochina. Cambodia today is asking for arms not . Personnel. But arms alone failed to help the South vietnamese whose situation by 1965 looked hopeless. Cambodia s ragtag Littky army is hardly any better equipped to face the hate toughened Cong and North vietnamese than were the South vietnamese in those Days a nose the americans refuse it it Quot in co a or or Vietnam continues i0 a a Gard eat of events Imus t nov up Indochina suppose North Vietnam and its Viet Cong ally wind up , both Laos and Cambodia. Well for one thing it would Likely get the whole question of Asia and its future Back to where it was when the . Venture in Vietnam was beginning. The big fact of political life in Southeast Asia a communist China that enormous sprawling giant whose presence Brood Over the whole continent. With a see Cambodia. Page 10 _ a
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