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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - August 6, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaM a of Quot Ihu weaker in theft of Safe Linum an investigation into the saturday night theft of a Small Safe from Moore motor Corn carried 31, is an Engineer with a Gulf Sulphur co. Agent will culminate the local fire department was called to a burning tobacco barn this morning m. Lural route 3. On the Pactolus Quot Highway. The barn owned by g. H. Davenport suffered Only minor in Cambodia . Bombers continue raids by George e8per associated press writer Saigon api a a . Alfar Mada kept up heavy raids in Laos and Cambodia today to Block the return of enemy base Camps to the Border areas and to help the cambodians in their fight against a six Day old communist offensive a air pro and Marine fighter bombers from Thailand and South Vietnam and Navy fighter bombers from carriers in the Gulf of Tonkin hit targets in Laos and Cambodia while some 40 b52 bombers from Thailand Guam and Okinawa dropped about 1,200 tons of explosives along boo Miles of South Vietnam s Border with Laos and Cambodia a top commander of . Troops who went into Cambodia in May and june it. Gen Michael s. Davison said his command had no evidence that the North vietnamese had re established any of the base Camps which Davison s forces broke up in the fishhook Region North of Saigon the american War planes Are doing what they can to keep the Camps from being re established both by attacks on the Border areas and on the to Chi Minh Supply Trail running South through Laos there1 was no word on american air operations today in support of cambodian ground forces but the cambodian Mili tary spokesman in phenom penh reported that the North vietnamese and Viet Cong still held Skourn an important Road june tace Indochina Page 6> 195 draft lottery ceiling set by Stan Benjamin associated press writer Washington it a draft director Curtis w Tarr said today lottery number 1� apparently will be the highest called in the 1970 draft Tarr set 15 As the ceiling for draft Calls in september the same As in August and said it apparently will remain stable for the rest of the year by Eggl Mideast cease fire to take effect soon Texas from City recovering Hurricane guerrillas to continue fighting teachers return with collected materials la v a a a a pithnot7 we or a a get Quot. Hmm mrs. Purnell and mrs. Carter housing for elderly hotel renovation to Start shortly work is expected to Start shortly on renovation of the old Louise hotel which will convert the 75-room facility into 40 units of Low rent housing for the elderly Washington housing authority officials said today. Rep. Walter b. Jones announced earlier in Washington. D. C. That the department of housing and Urban development had approved the project. The project will bring the total leased housing in Washington to 140 units. William i. Cochran jr., executive director of the housing authority said Robert Smith of Greenville who has an option on the hotel property is scheduled to Purchase it renovate the building and lease it Beck to the hooting authority which will manage the operation. The Washington City Council voted on March a to authorize the housing authority to apply for Federal leased housing funds. The plan for the local project is patterned after one now in operation in Kinston and utilizing an old hotel building there Cochran said one and two room apartments will be constructed with features especially built in for elderly citizens. He said the building located in. The downtown area will include a Launderette Day room and a parking area screened by landscaping. A this is one of the most exciting projects we have had. Approved Here a the housing official declared. Cochran said Smith has told him that the renovation can be completed within 90 to 11 Days. He added if this schedule can be kept occupancy will be possible see housing Page 6� 42 teachers attending w workshop by Fred Dixon staff writer a the educational improvement. In Reading workshop being sponsored by the Washington City schools Ese a title i program has been underway Here this week in the Washington High school Library the workshop places emphasis on language arts since it is an important subject and one till u Call Oil. Attu us Lull i a in �1kjt8l Norma Smith elementary coordinator of the Washington City schools Quot Many children Are Reading below their Grade level and teachers realize that they do not know How to Deal with these children. Because of this local officials decided to try to Correct this situation by promoting a workshop dealing in an Quot individualized Reading a in working with the slow Reader the workshop is trying to first get the teacher to understand and diagnose what a child needs then be sure they themselves have the skill to teach the children on their present Reading level. This program provides ways and ideas of How to teach the children and How to arrange the classroom. According to mrs. Smith a everything that has been done thus far has been done from a practical aspect of something that the teachers can use if they will close to 200 ideas have been Given these teachers to use in the classroom a making up stories How to get children to talk to create and How to let children move about in the room Quot the results of this workshop will be used by the teachers next fall. She said a i believe that there will be Many uses. The whole program is designed with ideas to be used this part of the workshop program Ellas for each teacher to prepare a project that she1 will use in her classroom during the coming school year responding to the question As to whether or not these new techniques will be used by the teacher this fall mrs. Smith commented Quot possibly each see workshop Page 6 who Drew numbers higher than 196 in the draft lottery held last december and who were exposed to the draft this year Are virtually Safe from induction barring any unforeseen emergency. Tarr s announcement Means the end of a tense wait my period for men holding those upper numbers. In 1971 a new group will be exposed to the draft those who Drew lottery numbers in the second drawing held july i. Tarr Quot i announcement a coincided with that of the defense departments notice of draft Calls for the rest of the year 12,000 for september 12,000 for1 october 8.000 for november and 7.000 for december. Those figures will bring the total draft for 1970 to 163.500 men the lowest annual draft since the Start of the Vietnam War. The selective service system had anticipated the leveling off of the draft lottery numbers being called As formerly deferred men mainly graduating College students lost their deferments and became available. Quot our manpower flows Are confirming what we expected in june when we said we were peaking off in sequence number limits a Tarr said in today a announcement a mostly formerly deferred students has really helped the situation to the Point where we think that it will be unnecessary to raise the ceiling on sequence numbers during the remainder of 1970.&Quot at the Start of the year when the new lottery system was put into effect it was feared that some draft boards might Call higher number than others in order to meet their individual quotas. To avoid that selective service began putting limits on the lottery numbers to be called each month. Lottery number 30 was the limit for january followed by number 60 for february and 90 for March fund totals $1,952.61 the Quot David Taylor has reached the sum of $1,952.61 this morning according to Jim Mizzelle treasurer. 14 year old boy is still a patient at memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill where reports indicate lie is coming along As Well As can be expected. He has a brain tumor and doctors Are trying now to prevent blindness according to word from Chapel Hill the fund is being carried on to help defray his medical and Hospital will Begir either a Ray or Cobalt treat ments late next week it was mid those wishing to contribute to the fund can Send donations to the Quot David Taylor fund Quot. Box 1202. Washington n c. By pah. Ret or Quot in flab Wess of a a Corpus cd rist1, Tex i a it a battered Corpus Chesti is Quot Over the Hump Quot a City official said in recovery of essential a advices knocked out by Hurricane Celia. But Small towns Narb it still suffered today with scant Relief in sight property losses in the Carpus Chesti metropolitan area were estimated at $375 million to $500 million Corpus Chesti remained under curfew and armed National. Guardsmen patrolled streets from dark to Dawn looting has been minor authorities said guardsmen and state police hearing held for Kennedy turned Back no presidents at approaches to other communities hit by monday s storm. Electric Power has been restored to customers and to All vital services in Corpus Christi a Utility company spokesman said Telephone win available in some areas water service was al Moat completely restored and a City official said supplies Are adequate for even major fires Smau cities near Here such As Taft Arkansas pass Ingle Side. Pori Aranha and Portland. Were still without utilities. All were Morr heavily damaged than Corpus Christ a t bos pita is minus electricity. A Lack of refrigeration put per Pat if Kwh fit Antitoxin danger damage to Telephone facilities was estimated at in million a Utility official said the recovery a Quot will he More of a rebuilding Job than a restoration Job a the Hurra Power a tight co said it May he several weeks before every Home Here tas electricity again and even longer in the smaller towns dozens of luxury hotels along the corp Christ Beach were turned into Dormi tarte for repair Crews heavy construction equipment jammed nearby see Hurricane Page a a Many areas face teacher surplus Barnstable mass. Apr Robert f. Kennedyjr. And r. Sargent Shriver i both shaggy haired and grim faced entered juvenile court today for Preli Minary hearings on charges of being delinquents by reason of Possession of marijuana the two cousins both aged 16, were accompanied by their unde sen. Edward m. Kennedy. A mass and by Ethel Kennedy Bobby smother and or and mrs. Sargent Shriver jr., parents of the Shaver boy who Quot to is known As Robby. The 0 Venile court session before judge Henry l. Murphy of 1st District court of Bam table county was dosed to the Public by Law. Juvenile sessions Are held in private and the records Are not Public Uit less a judge rules a Case is serious enough to warrant opening the files juvenile courts usually require the presence of one or both patents of Youthful offend ors they Are allowed to have lawyers with them police declined to disclose any about the Case under a state Law protecting accused persons under age 18 the summonses served on Young. Kennedy and Shriver were among five in which juveniles were named defendants in drug cases the other juveniles were not named. At the same time police charged 23 adults with posses Sion or Sale of marijuana Sev eral also were charged wifi pos session or Sale of heroin. Their cases were continued. There was no indication that the Kennedy Shriver cases were connected with those against the adults. The summonses cited july 10 As the Date of Kennedy Shrover offence the adult arrests cited dates running Back to april 23.r none of those charges was made on july 10 the penalty for Possession of marijuana under Massachusetts see Kennedy Page $1 by Louise a dds associated press writer Quot go into teaching. You.�?T11 always be Able to get a Job. Quot for years College students have been Given that advice by parents and placement officials familiar with the seemingly never ending complaint of a teacher shortage that advice May no longer be valid however. A an associated press Survey shows Many met to Powtan areas report they have More applications for teaching jobs than positions open and their turnover rate is declining personnel officials attribute the change to several factors an increase in the number of College graduates going into teaching higher starting salaries and an economic squeeze that has Cut Industry a need for scientist. The Michigan slate Boal of education warned recently that because of the oversupply of teachers it is Quot entirely possible that several Hundred Spring and summer graduates will not find teaching positions for the 1970-71 school year Quot in Detroit a Board of education spokesman reported the City had 11,000 teachers and a backlog of l.000 applicants / _ Quot the simple Tcath Quot said the spokesman Quot is that teaching jobs to come by right now and so teachers under con tract stick with the jobs they have i know some of therry talc looked As far As Colorado or Montana foe Quot jobs but. The de Mand is pretty Small Quot Marvin c. Davis education department personnel director for Baltimore said the City has Quot an abundant teacher he said the Only in areas like special education and in some subjects including foreign languages and social see glut Pago 6> Australia seeks More educators by Ian a ctr Ausland associated press writer Sydney Australia api an advertisement with the inv a a Toth Quot teach tir trip Trappy country Down under Quot has drawn inquiries from 9,000 teachers in the United states. The drive is for schools in new South , the state which has Sydney As its capital a a behave been astonish by successful a says Cecil Rubie of the state s education ministry. Quot we have had to Send four Addi Tiona staff members to the United states to Cope with the t the advertisement ran once in single newspapers in Washington new York. St Louis. San Francisco los Angeles new Orleans and Chicago. A la american search local f Amily picked Forh a Washington family has been selected to represent North Carolina in the All american family search and National grand finals aug. Is 23 at Lehigh acres Fla. Or and mrs. Clyde w. Davis or and family have been picked for the Honor. Mrs. Davis spa Rente or. And . R. Osborne of Pine Tow represented the state in 1951. Mrs. Davis Points out however that there is no connection in the latest selection she said sponsors Are unaware that her parents previously Wor the Honor. Or. Davis is also a. Beaufort county native. He is the son j or. And mrs. Clyde Davis or. Of near Pantego he is an employ of Texas. Gulf Sulphur company at a a Texas Gulf Aurora site of the pageant is Lehigh acres a 10,000 resident Community 12 Miles East of it. Myers on the lower Florida Gulf coast. Davis his wife Gloria and their three children Clyde Iii 11, Jeffery 7, and Sheri 5 were selected by the National screening committee headed by or. Aaron Lipman chairman of the department s biology at the University of Miami. Davis he Texas Gulf the pageant the nationwide All american family search which was conducted by the All american family Institute in association with the -. Dept of the a see family Page 61 he the the v Mem Matt apr pm s ambassador to Thean and in Canada Drew 1,500 inquiries. One ran in Chilly Brit Ain and headed Quot teach in the Sun Quot brought 3,500 bids for fur. a the greatest number of . Inquiries has come from califor Nia new York was second followed by Maryland and con hectic til the unofficial target is 1,000 teachers to overcome what threatens to be an acute shortage in 1971-72. A a a a if teachers arrive this a Happy country Down under Quot will be happier if double this number decides to immigrate it will be delighted the shortage stems mainly from a change in the school set Tom under which pupils study a see lure Page 6 night that he a hop the new Middle East cease fire proposed by the United state will take effect Quot very a non a Quot but Ibe palestinian guerrilla cowed a to keep the fighting going even if a a Moats attacking u n Init _ observer ambassador Charles w boat met for three hours with the chief u n delegates of the other big four Powers Britain France and the soviet Union they passed the word to Secretary general i Thant that he should Send u n mediator gun nar v jarring Back to Quot the Middle East now that Egypt Jor Dan and Israel have accepted the . Proposal for a 90-Day cease fire and resumption of indirect Peirce negotiations however there was no indication of just when the acceptances of the 115 proposal would tie translated into orders to Stop shooting and stand fast representatives of two palestinian guerrilla organizations told a news conference in Tripoli Libya. Wednesday that even if a cease fire is proclaimed they Are prepared Quot to Force u n observers off the cease fire line to keep up the fight against Israel Quot Tabu Nidal of a Fatah and Bashat Aby Garnah of the Palestine popular struggle front declared that their groups would continue to fight to Quot liberate Israel from zionism while the guerrilla threat pro Nisi a continued harassment along Israel s frontiers with Jordan Ami Lebanon it should have no effect on a cease fire be tween Egypt and Israel since there Are no palestinians along the Suez canal front. The guerrillas already had said they would not be bound by any cease fire and the jordanian government in its acceptance of the proposal said it could not curb tie palestinians officials in Washington said the United states would propose that Israel and Egypt themselves do most of the poli Ltd ingot Mieir cease Are they wed the current thinking in Washington is that the u n observers could ass let in the watch against ground violations. But the american sources said the egyptian and israeli air forces could do a better Job of detecting infiltrators and also should take on the important task of seeing that the other Side did rot Usa Tow Trade pm rid 10 1mbb up its forces and nails along the Suez canal meanwhile the propaganda War Between Egypt and Iraq Over Egypt s acceptance of the us. Proposal raged on overshadowing the strategy conference in Tripoli of the defense ministers of Egypt. Jordan lib a a Syria and Sudan. Al a rim the Semio twi egyptian newspaper said King Hussein of Jordan told the Arab Summit meeting in Tripoli in june that the iraqi government issued communiques making fall claims of attacks on Israel by iraqi forces stationed in Jor a Dan a 1 la a eing probed Washington police Are Eoto into the the Davis family motor company at the Corner of fifth Street and Carolina Avenue. Capt Charlie Cherry said today the theft was discovered about ii 30sunday morning. He has not been determined the Safe which weighed about 350 to 400 pounds was away. He also said the monetary Content has not been determined. No arrests have been made so tobacco barn we damages while about 600 Sticks of tobacco belonging to Warren Davenport were destroyed. Weather variable can Udine the mtg Friday with Chance of mostly afternoon and evening a Bower. M Friday in the 80a tonight in m 70s. Washington Diu news if you do not get your paper. Dial via �45 he tween a 90 7 00 o clock and on Wal a tiered to you established 1909 sixteen pages Washington North Carolina thursday afternoon August 6, 1970 oar except sunday
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