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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - August 4, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaMy weather Toni toi generally Ihler and wow. Wednesday Fenter Melfy Lair and not int. High Doc Washington daily news if you do not got your paper. Dial not of Between a a and in a o clock and on web delivered to you. Established 1909 eight pages Washington North Carolina tuesday afternoon August 4, 1970 daily except sunday . Envoy sets peace plan talks evidence hints red fliers lost by Fred 8. Hoffman a military writer Washington a bit and pieces of evidence have convinced some . Source that soviet fliers lost an Aerial Battle to israeli airmen when four mig21 jets were downed Over the Suez canal area last week. Neither Israel nor the United states has confirmed reports that russians were piloting the four warplanes. If the reports Are True it would be the first known occasion in which the israeli air Force tangled directly with soviet pilots in combat. American sources said they understood the migs were flown More aggressively than has been the Case when egyptians were known to be in the cockpits. And they said one Pilot who bailed out from his stricken Mig was shown to be a Blond when his helmet fell off. Many russians Are Blond. Arabs have Black hair. Other reports indicate monitored radio conversations in russian came from migs fighting with israeli warplanes Over Egypt last week the . Officials did not say where they got their information. But obviously they consider it accurate the israelis it is believed Are Likely to avoid any Public boats of victories Over russians for fear us a soviets would be stung into a bigger and More direct Battle role. The United states is anxious to tamp Down the already explosive Mideast crisis especially since there is movement toward a truce along the israeli egyptian front. Prospects of the truce Are pegged to a . Cease fire plan which prompted israelis right Wing Grahal party to quit prime minister Golda Meir a coalition government Early today. The walkout effectively toppled the coalition government formed sources mid they were confident at least two of the my is in last week s Battle were piloted by russians and possibly All four were soviet flown. Professionals said they would not be surprised at russian defeats in Aerial combat with the israelis because the israelis Are Battle veterans while the soviet air Force has not fought since world War ii. The russians were understood to have sent about 100 pilots to Egypt some of them specific al see fighting Page 8 by the associated press envoy Gunnar v. Jarring scheduled his first talks with Arab and israeli representatives in new York today on the . Peace proposal for the mid 9t it"4 libyan Leader Muammar a Dali was in Baghdad trying to smooth out differences Between Egypt. Which accepted the plan and Iraq which denounced it a strategy conference of Arab defense and foreign ministers was postponed awaiting the outcome of a Dafin a peacemaking in Tel Aviv the right Wing Grahal party voted monday night to quit Premier Golda Meir a coalition government in protest of Israel s acceptance of the plan. The walkout was not expected to affect israeli policy since the other coalition parties still control 72 of the 120 seats in Israel s parliament. Jarring who returned to new York sunday to resume mediation Between the arabs and israelis. Arranged separate meetings today with chief . Delegates a Abdullah al Erlan of Egypt Muhammad Elfarra of Jordan and Yosef Tekoah of Israel. He also planned to meet with the . Ambassadors from the big four nations the United states Britain France and the soviet Union who have been trying for months to agree on a peace formula for the Middle East. The meetings with the Arab Hud Okay Onorr Osman Walter r Jone announced Tod a v in washing Tun d c that if u. 8. Department of housing and Urban development. Hud bad approved a housing project far the elderly in Washington. N. C. Whereby the Lou be hotel will he renovated and 44 unit made available for elderly people congressman Jone Maya that thin will bring the total leased housing in Washington. N. C. To 140 units or. Jones Maya that Robert Smith of Greenville will buy Louise hotel renovate it. And leave it Back to the Hurricane Celia batters its Way into Mexico. Still destructive Wah Agton housing authority. The Washington housing authority will manage the operation and operate the leasing of the units. Off Lape Kennedy gov. Kirk says he will seek to Block dumping Gas dry cereals defended by spokesmen by h. L. Schwartz Ift associated press writer Washington apr the dry Cereal Industry defended its product before a Senate sub committee today and said an earlier witness who testified cereals have almost no nutritional value did no to know what he was talking about. A breakfast cereals Are Good foods Quot declared or. Frederick j. Stare a Harvard nutrition professor and syndicated newspaper columnist who testified on behalf of Kellogg co. And National biscuit co. A a breakfast of Cereal and milk Quot said stare Quot any kind of milk along with some fruit a couple of pieces of Toast some polyunsaturated Margarine a Little Jelly of Jam is just As nutritious As a Bacon and egg breakfast with fruit Toast and something to put on the stare one of four Industry witnesses to appear before the subcommittee said in prepared testimony that he had been shocked to read of a report Given the panel last week by Robert Choate a Washington citizen lobbyist who has spent the past three years studying National food policy. Choate said most cereals on the Market offered Only empty calories and presented a Chart ranking 60 dry cereals. He said his studies showed Only the top nine a a nutritionally meritorious a a the remainder including such old standbys As wheat ies cheerios and top brands of shredded wheat he ranked Washington a gov. Claude Kirk of Florida said today he will seek every possible Avenue for injunctive Relief to prevent the from dumping Ahi Concrete coffins of obsolete nerve Gas rockets in the Atlantic Ocean 282 Miles off Cape Kennedy he urged a House oceanography subcommittee to join him in obtaining court orders against the dumping. Kirk said the method the has selected to dispose of the Gas is the most obvious Way and that it May also be the most hew chief backs Nixon welfare Bill Washington a in a crucial Appeal for president Nixon a welfare Reform plan labor Secretary James d Hodgson vowed to the Senate finance committee today that the measure would a motivate people to work a the Panev owes a serious stumbling Block to the House passed legislation with chances for approval thought to hinge on Republican members who have so far split with the White House. Some gop critics View the plan such As one feature which a told provide s Minino to come of $1,600 plus $860 a it rth if food Stamps to a family a four As a massive Giveaway encouraging persons to join Tow welfare Rolls. But Hodgson time and again stressed that the goal was to Quot help make people financially Quot the family assistance dangerous and the most costly. The governor said that it appears possible that these materials might be moved toward the coast and that a part of the Boehi nigh Stine Oti Tami a ted environment he said is at once Florida s greatest Blessing and its Mast Saleable product. A any damage to our environment even though 11 produced nod Irei t threat to human life or health could have the most serious economic consequences Quot if the to Ean along our East coast became contaminated be cause something went wrong if these missiles release their contents in a manner not planned a it could be disastrous for us Quot Kirk said that would set the rockets Brig Gen William w Stone told a House oceanography subcommittee monday. He said the had tested mock 4 the rockets 416 steel jacketed coffins to it a setting off a 50-Pound dynamite charge under one and firing Armor piercing bullets into another neither set off any test rockets which contained live explosives i nit none of the deadly odourless Gas Stone said by contrast however undersecretary Thaddeus r to Delav getting rid of the Rock Eta because they went becoming More dangerous he was asked to delay the aug 10 Date for shipping the rockets from Anniston. My and ivc i not on byte sunny Point. N Caliere the plans to Load them aboard a Barge to be scuttled 282 Miles off Florida in 16,000 feel of water Ohio Lead Community n. In air pollution see Mideast Page 8 mrs. J. J. Mills passes monday mrs. Nettie Mills of Chocowinity age 7t widow of Jim j. Mills died monday at 12 30 of clock in Beaufort county Hospital. Funeral services will be held wednesday at 3 30 o clock in Wilkerson funeral Chapel Greenville with the Rev. Cedric Pierce officiating burial will be in Pinewood memorial Park mrs. Mills spent most of her life in Black Jack Community of Pitt county and was a member of the Black Jack free will Baptist Church. For the past three and one half years she has made her Home with a daughter mrs. Linwood e. Smith of .0.? Chocowinity. Least beneficial most meet in end Rorry i inc surviving three sons Snode most heavily advertised on Chil a Wusi Ungui Freston of Black Quot Jack and Collin Mills of Greenville five daughters mrs. George Mcroy of Greenville mrs. Linwood e. Smith of Chocowinity mrs. Letha Mae Mills and mrs. Lucille Woolard of Washington and mrs. Jane Cashion of Black Jack a brother Simon Mills of Oriental four Sisters. Mrs. G. H. Rouse mrs. Annie Sutton and miss Lena Mills and mrs de Pollard of Greenville 35 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren. By g. C. Thelen or. Associated press writer Washington apr the. Small Ohio Community of Steu Benville and metropolitan new York City have one thing in common the Federal government says each leads the nation in a category of air pollution tentative 1970 pollution ratings show Steubenville has the dirtiest air clogged with dust smoke soot and the like while new York s air is worst in Content of Fulfur oxides however the National air pollution control administration Nap a can to say yet As it did three years ago which metropolitan areas Are most plagued by air pollution in All its forms. City operations grow in 1969-70 plan a he insisted a is not. Guaranteed income plan or Tsee welfare Page Ltd another Leaf Drens television. Stare called Choates Chart meaningless and presented one of his own which he also promptly labelled meaningless. He urged the subcommittee chaired by sen. Frank Moss d a Utah to disregard it too. Quot it is meaningless stare said if Choates Chart Quot because it ignores the Way 95 per cent of breakfast cereals Are consumed that is with milk. It is meaningless because it ignores see Cereal Page 8 clarifying statement another tobacco Bam this one owned by Carl Willard went up in flames this morning according to the local fire department. Firemen received a Call at 10 15 a.m.,.to go to the barn located on Rural route one City. When they arrived the barn had already a med to the ground. The firemen wet Down the ground around two other barns to prevent their burning. The cause of the fire was not known and about 600 Sticks of tobacco were lost. Electric Power and water use was up during the fiscal year ending june 30 while arrests and fires declined and burial activity m cite owned cemeteries was Down according to a narrative report on a summary of statistical operations for the City of Washington for the 1969-70 fiscal year. A a a some other interesting information. Garbage collection was up but less trash was Itrat lated Wenru Stihi Widimir the City limits was off the ity Quot maintained a perfect record on automobile fatalities. The report issued by the office of the City manager said in part in the electric department the report shows that sales of electricity by the department increased 11 percent in the past fiscal year As compared to sales in the fiscal year 1968-1969 sales this past year amounted to $1,724,390.96 compared to $1.551,565.02 in the prior fiscal year. A a. Nixon backs away from Oil the cuff comment that Manson guilty of murder by Frank Cormier associated press writer Washington a president Nixon has backed away from an off the cuff comment that Charles Manson the California hippie cult Leader was guilty directly or indirectly of Quot eight murders without while air Force one circled Washington for nearly a half hour monday night on a flight from. Denver Nixon drafted a statement that declared a a the last thing i would do is prejudice the Legal right of any person in any circumstances a a hours earlier a Neon a defense attorneys had asked a los Angeles judge to declare a mistrial alleging prejudicial publicity. The court denied the initial motion a without prejudice Quot wanting to make certain what Nixon actually said. The defense was free to renew the motion under that ruling which it said it would do today. If such a motion Ware approved a new Start would be required in the trial of Manson and other defendants in the cel Ebra ted Sharon Tate murder Case. Stopping in Denver in route Back to the White House from a working Holiday in sad Clemente calif., Nixon went before newsmen prior to conferring in the Colorado capital with state Law enforcement officials and said of Manson Quot Here is a Man who was guilty directly or indirectly of eight murders without reason. A a Here is a Man yet who As far As the news Media coverage was concerned appeared to be rather a glamorous figure Many reporters who heard Nixon an attorney were aware immediately that the chief executive had assumed Manson guilty before completion of his trial. Some thought they saw a Quick facial reaction from atty Gen. John n. Mitchell who was standing at the presidents Side fellow lawyer Mitchell however. Made no move to Sugges that Nixon Amend his Imp Romp mistrial to be asked again by Linda Deutsch associated press writer los Angeles a defense attorneys in the Sharon Tate murder trial say ask again for a mistrial today because president Nixon said defendant Charles m. Manson is a guilty directly or indirectly of eight murders without reason1 one of the lawyers Paul Fitzgerald said of Nixon s comments a we know this is unprecedented in the history of jurisprudence. Seldom if Ever has a president taken an interest in a state murder Quot i am shocked and bewildered a Fitzgerald said Quot if the president of the United states is going to say this then the Ball game is Nixon issued a statement later in Washington saying that he did no to intend to speculate about Manson a guilt or innocence. Quot the defendants should be presumed to be innocent at this stage of their trial Quot he said. Nixon a original remarks made to newsmen at Denver readied the courthouse at lunch recess monday. When court resumed All attorneys approached the Bench for a conference with Superior court judge Charles older. Court sour e said Manson a attorney Irving Kanarek made a motion Fot a mistrial on the basis of prejudicial publicity. He was joined but attorneys Daye Shinn and Ron Aid Hughes. The motion Fitzgerald a. D later was Quot denied without prejudice a meaning it could be renewed at a later Date. Quot the judge was alarmed a said Fitzgerald Quot and the judge s main concern was to verify what the president had said the judge said he Waso t i see Tate Page 8 to remark. Shortly afterwards press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler stated after extended questioning by newsmen that Nixon a failed to use the word a alleged a in referring to Manson Scase. The eighth a murder Quot Nixon referred to presumably was that of musician Gary m. Hinman of Malibu. Manson is charged in that slaying last summer along with a co defendant in the Tate Case Susan Atkins Nixon said in Denver he was concerned with a the attitude that Are created among Many of our younger people and also perhaps older people As Well in which they tend to glorify and to make heroes out of those who engage in criminal Quot this is not done intentionally by the press Quot Nixon continued a it is not done intentionally by radio and television i know it is done perhaps because people want to read or see that kind of l the president said be noted while at his san Clemente Home last week that the newspapers see Nixon Page g the electric depart ii i Vircha Ltd 14 percent More electric Power during the. Period. The City operations themselves used seven ii extent Inore of this Power the reports show that practically Alt the increased use of Power sold to Cus trimers occurred on our lines outside the corporate limits of the City of Washington Quot it is noted that the depart ment experienced a 48 percent growth in the local Yuniker 7�t total a a Trie Noffs Lura Pur chasing Power from the City s electric system. Quot following Are some in Teresing facts compiled from the statistical report filed by the department of Public works Quot the water division Drew Iff percent More raw water from the raw water source during the past fiscal year than it did in the previous fiscal year. This amounted to More than 570 million Gallons. A a the division pumped �8 percent More treated water into the distribution system than it did the year before and metered 19 percent More water. This is a see report. Page 8 fund passes $1,000 Mark the a David Taylor fund stands this morning at $1,145.51, according to the report of Jim Mizzelle treasurer Many Church and sunday school groups reported yesterday. And others Are coming in today from Rural churches. It was Learned this morning through a Call to memorial Hospital in Chapel Hiu that when the operation was performed surgeons found that the tumor was so deeply embedded in the brain that it could not be removed doctors told the Mother that a Ray or Cobalt treatments would be started about the Middle of this month. It was reported that a tube has been inserted from the heart to the brain in an Effort to Ward off blindness meanwhile the boy is resting comfortably. He was taken out of intensive care yesterday the Mother is in Chapel Hill with the boy and there Are four other children at Home in Washington. Those wi8 Hong to con tribute to the fund Are asked to Send donations to Quot David Taylor fund p. O. Box 1202, Washington n. C. is that 1970 stat is tics Are not ready on the hydrocarbons nitrogen oxides and Carbon monoxide that pour from motor vehicles reaction to the report came quickly from the metropolitan areas named Steubenville mayor Andrew w Miller said much of the Poi Lution in his area comes from plants in West Virginia two West Virginia metropolitan areas Huntington and Charleston were High on the lists and Carl g. Beard it director of the state air pollution control commission commented. We Are trying to ascertain As quickly As possible the source of the and in Syracuse n y. Which tied for no 5 on Elfi particulate list the county Public health Engineer said Quot it can t lie True probably m others Are dirtier a the Nazca working report says nationwide particulate lev Els visibly dirty air gradually have declined in the past dec Ade by ithe sulfa or oxide Toad is expected to increase Fey three million tons this year to a total of 33 million tons Quot a Quot not a i Una i ave Iago Levels of no Brant Urban rur re no enter Corpus Christi hit Haid 3 by Jim Harlow a a Ocie i writer Corpus Christ Tex a Hume Rte Celta smashed this City and be attn Tow a with a devastation a senator said has t been equalled in an Urban area since world War ii. Day still virile and destructive Celia. Winds were clocked st 89 Miles an hour at Del Rio today Well Over Hurricane velocity 75 m p h but the weath i Bureau refused to maintain the Lalick of Burro one be Cauca the wind was not sustained. Damage at Del Rio and Eagle pass was extensive with severe winds continuing into the morn to. Quot at least 22 persons died As Celia swept from Cuba into Mexico. No one could count the injured Here and the shocked Corpus Christi survivors made no immediate Effort to assess the Hage monetary losses some towns were virtually wiped out in the 145-m p h winds Here buildings were destroyed and show windows popped slivers of Glass into the streets like shrapnel. Four were known dead and a fifth presumed drowned Here. Celia caused one death in Cuba while she still was Only a storm. On Florida s coast 12 persons drowned because of undertow and rough Waters spawned by the Hurricane. With weapons briefcases and tools Rescue repair and Relief experts headed for Corpus Chiau and its environs whenever they could get in. State patrolmen blocked Ali roads and even relatives of residents were barred another 200 National guardsmen poured into the Region at Dawn. There was an almost com plete blackout of communications and Power in Corpus Christi and surrounding areas see Hurricane Page 8 big tire theft reported Here the local sheriffs depart ment reported that there1 fell Quot Hama a Bariou go break Ina in shia tons for both particulates and Fulfur oxides Are close to Levels that have been observed to have an Adverse effect on our environment Quot the document say particulates collect on windows and Homes and coat the exterior of cars Fulfur oxides form corrosive sul uric acid in the air and attack clothes corrode statues and building Exten Orand Dull paint the burning of Coal and fuel is the major source of particulates and Fulfur oxides a county As Well As in Pitt and Martin counties sometime sunday night the Weyerhaeuser repair shop located on Highway 264 East of the City was broken into. The sheriff said that 1�r truck ftps. Valued at $1,170, were stolen sheriff Harris asks that Quot if anyone sees agy suspicious looking cars around buildings to please Call his department Quot he continued Quot any help or support from the citizenry would be Board tit amp off action report the Beaufort county Board of commissioners monday postponed until september a decision on approving a rough draft of. A preliminary comprehensive report for Beaufort county of a water and sewer study. The postponement was voted to allow time for a study by county officials. Recommendation for approval of the report being made by w. C. Rodman Iii local civil Engineer and financed by the Farmers Home administration had been recommended by the Beaufort county planning Board. The planning Board also recommended that the commissioners request that the Section dealing with ground water be amended to include information from private Industry Only Public sources of information have been used so far action on this recommendation was also delayed until september the rough draft report in the making for the past several months and containing 68 pages plus a number of maps and graphs includes in formation on economics water Tes source a Quot population navigation and soil composition the information when it has been completed and approved will be available to private. Home owners and builders businesses and governmental age recommendation for the report had been made in 1967 by the planning Board and approved the commissioners expenditure for the project is being borne completely by the Cha the report is expected to be completed next Spring provided no unexpected delay develops. The commissioners also a approved continued tax collection by the county tax office for municipalities in the county a voted to approve admission of Hertford county into the mid East economic development District. Mid East is comprised of Beaufort Pitt Martin Washington. Bertie and Hyde counties. A declined to appoint four members to the mid East Law enforcement division
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