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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - April 27, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather Pruy Cloudy mad warmer to it a might and tuesday. Lows it a it mostly Fli. High tue Dir Matiy la a a. Washington daily news if you do not got your paper. Dial or twin a a and ? 0� o Stark and one a Ftp in Dah Versal to few 1 Al Al i a Ai i a in in f a 1 iinkpcnrkarlilwlip1 Wisht facts wawtngt0rtn0pt>4 afro unit a Noav Aht noon ctwcg7."hhg two fat not tit Sun per f via a a til Survey reveals hunger More widespread in u. S. Haiti a Duvalier appears malnutrition found in w of in firm control of Island Nam Mack a my Damar Washington Jaye a Vic run. Installed saturday night Are front rear from left Tom Boyd president Hackney High Board of directory Bob to Nae. Secretary Earl Tetterton. Board of directory g4en Coa. Board of dlr Artora. And. Tom Edwards treasurer i from left Milton Brown internal vice president. Blake Lewis state director Ronnie Clark Board of directors. Wayne Barger external vice president photo by Ucb Flake # new local Jaycee officers installed saturday night Tom Boyd was installed As new president of the Washington Jaycees on saturday night succeeding Richard Lowrance. Other officers installed included Wayne Barber external vice president Milton Brown internal vice president Bob t Udall Secretary Tom Edwards treasurer Blake Lewis state director and Ronnie Clark Hackney High Glen Cox and Earl Tetterton directors. Garland Beddard had charge of installing All the officers except the president and Max Roebuck installed or. Boyd. In accepting. The presi Dency or. Boyd said a we must apply the manpower of this organization to meaningful spark plug awards went to Dei Miltenberger Tom Archie Wayne Barber David Martin Tom Boyd Milton Brown Mei Bunch Harold Byrd Charles Edwards Hackney High Billy Mitchell and Bob t Udall mrs Miriam Hall came in As new president of the Jayce ettes succeeding mrs. Fran Williams. Billy Mitchell gave the invocation while the Welcome was Given by Bill White Mel Bunch was master of ceremonies and clinic setting up for sex counselling with one Philip Lee recognized the guests. Many former presidents came along with several lifetime members past presidents in attendance included t. H. Patterson Max Roebuck Fred Poore Edward Rodman Garland Beddard and Bui Cochran. Lifetime members included Albert Jowdy and Ashely b. Futrell. This was the 24th annual installation banquet for the local club it was held at the . Club in Chocowinity with some 100 Jaycees wives and guests in attendance. A dance followed the banquet. Russians launch 8 by Alton Blakeslee a science editor new York a two pioneers in sex research say they believe they have developed a method to prevent Many thousands of marriages from breaking up Over sexual problems. It involves a 14-Day intensive course of counselling concerning a couples sexual difficulties with suggestions frequently Given concerning specific sexual behaviour. Problems include impotence in men and women a failure to reach orgasm. Over the last 11 years 510 couples have received such therapy with eight out of 10 men and women overcoming their sexual difficulties or. William h. Masters and Virginia e. Johnson write in a new Book a human sexual Inadequacy a published today. Little Brown k co. $12.50 furthermore about this same proportion of beneficial results has been maintained among people who were kept track of for five years or More. Among 155 of these couples three were divorced and four had filed for Legal separation when they came for treatment but five years later All seven couples were Back together. After the counselling three other couples had divorced and one had filed for separation five years later. But a a the Low divorce incidence in the sexually reconstituted marital units is of real interest particularly when nationally reported Levels of divorce incidence Are contemplated a or. Masters and mrs. Johnson say. Sex problems Are a major Factor in the epidemic of american divorces with one in three marriages winding up in divorce and by some estimates see research. Page a. Hunters can speak at Public hearing Moscow apr the soviet Union today announced the launching of eight unmanned satellites on a single Carrier rocket the largest Experiment reported in the Cosmore program. An official announcement gave no clue to the purpose of the Complex space shot. The spacecraft numbered Cosmos 336 through Cosmos 343. Were launched saturday and were a equipped with scientific apparatus designated for space research a the announcement said. A the equipment aboard the satellites is functioning normally a a it a dded there was no indication whether further information would be released on the Experiment. Normally launching in the Cosmos program Are announced Only in the most general terms and no details of their work is revealed. The soviet shot came just one see soviets Page a it u. S. Troop strength in Europe Down by Fred s. Hoffman a military writer Washington apr the United states has trimmed jts forces in Europe to about 100, mo1 men the lowest level in 20 years according to new pen lagon figures this is 10,000 below the last official figure and the smallest american Force in Europe since 1950 when it stood at 145,000 men. The newest reductions resulted from streamlining of support and a minis native personnel not by trimming combat strength Pentagon authorities said the drop from 310,000 to 300,000 occurred Over a Span of Roon rip and followed similar aimed at saving Money and reducing the Gold flow. The last . Reduction of a see troops pee a it county native Dies last night Tarboro a mrs. Verna c. Lassiter age 61, died in Edgecombe Hospital in Tarboro sunday night. Funeral services will be conducted at 3 tuesday at the first pentecostal holiness Church in Tarboro burial will be in Edgecombe memorial Park. Mrs. Lassiter a native of Beaufort county was reared in the Belhaven Community. She had lived in Tarboro since 1948. She was a member of the first pen ticks Tal holiness Church in Tarboro. Surviving Are her husband James w. Lassiter three sons James w. Lassiterjr. Of Gastonia Ellis and Lonnie Lassiter both of Tarboro two Brothers Charles Cornelius of Atlantic City n and Delmar a Cornelius of Salisbury my. A sister mrs. Dave Tate of Belhaven and six grandchildren. By Harold j. Lidin associated Presa writer port a Prince. Haiti. Apha iban Prea Tdel Francois Duvalier today appeared to be firmly in control after a weekend coast guard revolt failed to touch off rebellion ashore but the rebel were on their Way to puerto Rico with half of the dictator s Little Navy seeking political Asylum from the United state a it appears to me president Duvalier a position is solid.1 11 . Ambassador Clinton e. Knox told newsmen Quot papa Doc Duvalier survivor of More than a Doten plots against his l year old dictatorship. Proclaimed the situation cuban radio claims raid party killed Miami apr radio Havana said today that Cuba had destroyed a 19-Man invasion Force with every Man killed or captured 1.0 Days after the guerrillas landed the broadcast by Fidel cars trots official voice did not say How Many of the guerrillas were killed and How Many were still Salive but reported a not one escaped and All the arms the bullets and the equipment were none of the officials of Alpha 66, a Mili tartly anti Castro exile group in Miami which said last week it had landed a guerrilla Force in Cuba was available for comment. Castro first announced april i see Cura Page 8 r. L. Conner or. Dies last night Robert l conker jr., age 48, resident of 410 North Bonner Street died in the Beaufort county Hospital sunday night at 10 o clock following an illness of 10 months. Funeral services will be held a t toe Chapel of the Paul funeral Home tuesday afternoon at 4 of clock conducted by the Rev i. C. Morris. Burial will follow in Oakdale cemetery. The following will serve As pallbearers Clarence Beacham Daniel of merry Hubson l. Jones George Cutler Iii Gilbert Jones and Butch Ferguson. Or. Comer was bom in Bertie see Conner Page 8 by Lawrence l. Kotron Tito Clauri press writer Quot completely under control a a he continued undisturbed in the in Washington apr Hun said the rebels would be tried rthh<5hbje"n Nve 11er malnutrition in the when they Are captured a informant Anto severs Hai Limard states strikes preschool Kutok and there was no Popy ban official had Hern sir Eilf to term and adolescents fr9h in very Ridden families the hardest resulting in reduced growth and possible mental retardation a Federal scientist reported today. In a Survey prepared for the Senate committee on hunger and human need or Samuel e Schaefer said a by far the Moat frequently malnourished age groups Are preschool children and adolescents a the younger population la the key contributor to the finding of serious malnutrition in the Sample population As a said Schaefer chief of the nutrition program of the health services and mental health administration Schaefer also said a there is no longer any doubt that the incidence of malnutrition is related to poverty level incomes the a you Are the More Likely Ter uprising and no pm when the coast guard flagship Jean Dessalines and two of the other seven Small ships to Hal us Navy began shelling port a Prince Friday morning a the sporadic firing aimed at the presidential Palace arched Over the us embassy and damaged a bakery near Duva Lieret heavily guarded residence two slightly injured. Haitians were the Only reported casualties airline flights and Telephone communications were stopped temporarily but otherwise life among them Justice minister to tames a a me h was tinker Tain if estime and others had been rounded up before or after the shelling began Friday armed unite Loyal to Duvalier were in control of the coast guards Biz onto base Sis Miles from port a Prince u a embassy officials reported no Indi cations of support by tend forces for the naval rebels �?o1 never saw anything like ii in my said the dip Lomat commenting on the Calm of the populace he contrasted see Haiti Tege 8 n. C. Leaders say College a vehicle for social change a news special by Bill or Keith an associated pres writer. Four North Carolina College and University presidents each in the Dawn of his administration see an unparalleled use of higher education As a vehicle for social and economic change the four Terry Sanford of Duke University or. Herbert Wey of appalachian state University or. Jack Early of Pfeifer College and or. Donald Hart of St. Andrews colleges indicated in separate associated press interviews sunday that they believe the change in the 1970s will equal the change from three is of the past sex gov Sanford who has assumed the Duke presidency and will be inaugurated in the if a 11, is a More interested lit the opportunities than the problems a at he said a we have a role to improve the eco Norme and social conditions of the South and we have a responsibility to help shape the important developments of the country this includes the Urban life of the future and How Are we going to make the crowding together a liveable situation at the turn of the the new appalachian president or. Wey observed a schools Are going to have to turn out people who can solve the problems of the world and i believe it can be done a he was inaugurated. Friday. Or. Hart inaugurated saturday at the p res by i Erian sup ported school in Laurinburg. Said a students recognize their problem a More and. Are More concerned about them. A St Andrews has a duty to focus on a system of values which can be used As Bench works against which you can reach conclusions to a a de Range of life. A mint induct student a a Floyd \ Wood think about problems of Man poorer you Are to suffer from serious malnutrition a Schaefer study conducted under the department of health. Education and welfare surveyed 10 slate Large and Small Urban arid Rural. North and South. As an example of the study s findings Schaefer said a Survey of 13,973 persons in Louisiana and Texas two of the 10 states a gee hunger. Of a it opportunities for Man in Rete Tion to a religious heritage which represents collective experience of Man Over a Long period of time a Hart said at Pfeiffer or Early said a i think the purpose of College is understand the student and try to Challenge him at the level of his idealism we need to Cul isee College Palm it Woolard child is doing Well Little Kenneth Woolard is doing so Well that he was taken out of intensive care Ward yesterday at Duke Hospital according to word received test night from Hospital officials. He is talking Well and seems to be enjoying the attention being paid to him it was said Darrell Martin chairman of the Kenneth Woolard fund reported today that there Are $6,267.54 in the fund for the 21 year old boy his Mother is at Durham with him and Calls Are made each Day to the Hospital yes in Virginia Floyd Alvin Wood age 48. Of 473 Denbigh Avenue former resident of this City died unexpectedly saturday in Riverside Hospital in Newport news. Var. Wood was a steel construction Foreman for Stone and wet Ter engineering company he was a member of the deep Creek friends Church in Newport news and a Veteran of world War it surviving Are hit wife mrs Doris twice Wood two sons. John a. Wood of Ford Polk la. And Robert a Wood of the Home one daughter mrs. Roy c Thompson of Oconomowoc wis. Two Sisters. Mrs. Wade Culifer of Newport news. A. And mrs. Otis Jackson of Augusta. Ga., two Brothers. Sgt Julius Wood of Langley Field and Gordon t Wood of Newport news. A. And one grandchild funeral service will be held at the Weymouth funeral Home in Newport news at 2 tuesday burial will be in Peninsula memorial Park in Newport news. A. Raleigh n. C. Tar Heel Hunters and trappers will probably be Well pleased with the proposed Hunting and trapping regulations the North Carolina wildlife resources commission will present at a series of nine Public hearings across the state next month. The hearing of interest to those in this area is scheduled for May 14th at the City Hall in new Bern at 7,36 Moat of the proposed changes involve removing irritating confusing and outdated regulations. The commission in a meeting Here monday april 13, Ateo proposed to simplify complicated Hunting season dates wherever possible. The action came about during the commission s annual drawing up of Hunting and trapping regulation proposals to be presented at the Public hearings in May. Following the Public the regulations will be set for no migratory game and fur bearing animate for toe 1976-71 that the delayed starting time on toe first two Days of either sex Deer Hunts be eliminated. These Hunts often occur in areas where the regular season is already open and Many Hunters unaware of the either sex season get cited to court for Hunting out of season. This proposal was made in order to eliminate trapping people who do not intend to violate the regulation. Also proposed was the domination of the regulation prohibiting Hunting while the ground is covered with Snow As it pertains to All game except turkeys. In the past Hunting was prohibited in much of toe state for Quail while Snow was on the ground. This regulation is not considered necessary for Quail or other game but would be important for the Protection of turkeys. The commission also proposed More uniform regulations covering Deer Hunting on a statewide Baste. In Beaufort Martin Sampson and Lenoir counties the com the commission voted to propose at the if Hunting 1 drawing of new Church building a this Chi Teeth a drawing for a new educational building As an addition to the first United methodist members voted sunday to go ahead with construction facility which will Cost $276,060. The building which will House rooms for adult and children a classes a Fellowship Hall facilities for scouting and Musk will be of masonry construction and will be completed within about a year. It will be of functional design and blend with the existing Church Buik Hng which serves a Church roil of 1300 members
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