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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - August 10, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather kown and to to re Htun Riar Horn Toight lows in 7ft to moday or pm Ion i rain and a cite red4 High in Lew i Washington Dariot news h you do not got your paper. Taj is amp 4ft a two a a 99 and 7 a of clock and on Wil it Dato you Stabi Lemco 1909 baht pages Washington North Caj Kina. Monday afternoon August 10. 1970 daily except sunday found in car american hostage shot in Uruguay by Oscar j. 8krrat associated i read writer Montevideo Uruguay api a the Tup Amaro guerrillas executed american police expert Daniel a Mitrione during the night because the uruguayan government refused to release an estimated 150 Politi Cal prisoners As Ransom for him and two other kidnapped foreign officials. Mitrione s body was found bound and gagged in a bloodstained car parked on a City Street. He had been shot twice in the head a Bandage covered the Chest wound he suffered when he was kidnapped july 31 while driving to work police sealed off the area removed the body from the car and declined to say where they had taken it. They refused to give official confirmation that it was Mitrione a but police officials told newsmen there was Little or no doubt unconfirmed reports circulated that a second body had been found but the police said nothing. The abandoned car was found at an intersection about four Miles from the Center of the City. People living near the intersection said they had not heard shots or cars roaring off this Indica ted that the Tumama Ros had killed Mitrione. Driven the body to the intersection and left the area on foot the car had been stolen Sun Day. It was stained with blood Mitrione apparently was sins then if of fire after the sunday noon deadline set by the Tumama Ros for his sex ecu lion they had said thay would kill him because presiden Jorge Pacheco Areco refused to free1 an estimated Iso political prisoners As Ransom Lor Altri one and two other foreigners kidnapped by the leftist guerrilla organization. The Tup Amaros have said nothing about what they plan to do with their other captives brazilian Consul a Kitsio mares Dias Gomide 41. And Claude Fly �6, of fort. Collins colo., a . Soil expert walking far the uruguayan go rename rat Dias Gomide was kidnapped july 31, the Day Mitrione was seized. Fly was kidnapped last Friday. Mitrione. 50-year-old former police chief of Richmond. Ind. Is the second foreigner killed in the wave of la tin american political kidnappings that began last september guatemalan rebels murdered the West German ambassador count Karl von Upreti last april after the guatemalan government refused to release 17 political prisoners. Local radio stations received several Anonymous Telephone tails shortly alter the deadline hour sunday reporting that Mitrione had been executed the callers also said the other two hostages would be killed but the Tup Amaros issued no communique to confirm either report. Meanwhile. 5.000 troops and police kept up a Street by Street search. They arrested More than 100 persons sunday including nine suspected Tup Amaros and a doctor believed to have treated Mitrione for a Bullet wound in the Chest he got when kidnapped. The body found today had a bandaged Chest wound. Mitrione was sent to Monte video by the us Agency for International development a an adviser to the uruguayan police. Tup Amaro communiques accused him of being a spy for the . Government and said he had admitted a providing lethal weapons to repress the uruguayan israelis attack but Suez quiet by the associated press israeli planes attacked Arab guerrilla bases in Lebanon Over the weekend and ground forces battled infiltrators on the israeli held Golan Heights but quiet prevailed along the suet canal for the second Day of the egyptian israeli cease fire the air attack sunday on the Southwest slopes of my. Harmon was in retaliation for guerrilla raids on israeli Frontier Settle merits and military posit on Over the weekend an israeli spokesman said a lebanese spokesman said the raiders burned crops and knocked out electrical Power in three villages known to be guerrilla strongholds far Shuba. Shaa a and Jeras Arab guerrillas in Leba non fired mortars at an israeli Border settlement in Northern Galilee sunday night wounding one of the settlers the military command in Tel Aviv said today israeli troops returned the fire he 49 Young . Students die in peruvian crash gop governors president battling Odds a by Walter. R. Mears a political writer Lake of the quarks to. Apr Republican governors generally rate president Nixon a popularity High among the voters and they Hope some of it will rub off on their own campaigns in an autumn race against Odds which favor democratic state House gains. Democrats forecast inroads into the 32-1� majority the republicans now enjoy among governors and the chairman of the gop governors association acknowledges the arithmetic favors that outcome. A we have a very difficult Road with 35 governors up and 24 of them now Republican Quot said gov. Raymond p. Shafer of Pennsylvania the chairman. A the Odds Are against us we Quot re going to do everything we can to fight those gov. Warren e. Heames of Missouri a Democrat said democrats could fashion a state House comeback As dramatic As that achieved by republicans after their landslide defeats six years ago when Lyndon r. Johnson swept to the White House. A the Odds on Are for the democrats to make some gains Quot he said sunday. Harnes appeared on the Abc radio and television program Quot meet the with elections three months away the state executive began three Days of business ses Sions at. The 62nd, National governors conference in the guarded luxury of a Lakeside resort. Extraordinary Security precautions gave a Garrison atmosphere to their secluded Retreat. Heames said there had been no threats of disruption and called the picket duty and patrols of National guardsmen and police simply a the old ounce of prevention. The first controversy facing see governors Page st Taylor fund up to $2,336 the Quot David Taylor fund is up to $2,336.51 this morning according to Jim. Mizzelle chairman. David Taylor underwent brain surgery at memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill 10 Days ago but the tumor was too deeply embedded to be removed. He will Start either a Ray or Cobalt treatments shortly. Those wishing to contribute to the fund should Send donations to the a David Taylor fund Box 1202, Washington n. C. A Community Barbecue in his behalf is being held on thursday evening at havens gardens from 5 00 a 8 00 of clock. And profits derived from this Barbecue will go into the fund. Wants land use policy by Stan Benjamin associated press writer Washington apr presi Dent Nixon today sent Congress a state of the environment report urging the development of a National land use policy. The report prepared by the Council on environmental Quality May Well be a preview of., things to come although too late for legislative action this year it recommends Federal encouragement of planned and controlled land development protecting areas of Scenic and recreational value. Economic incentives emerge throughout the wide ranging report As one of the major tools to the used by the Federal government in attacking environmental problems. The costs of cleaning up environmental pollution it emphasizes must be allocated throughout society in the prices charged for products and services the report warns that Many a activities Are already altering the world s climate in ways that could bring on a catastrophe. So Tittle is known about this however that the Council was undecided whether it might emerge As a Man made ice be or just the opposite effects a melting of the Polar ice Caps and flooding of Large land areas. A supermarket age Quot Burger proposes Federal Council to study courts guerrillas from Jet a a claimed killing or won tiny 30 israelis in a Atteck Loada y on military positions five Miles North of the deed see but a military spokesman in Tel Aviv said no israeli casualties were reported in the incident. The israeli command said two guerrillas were killed and eight others captured saturday after a Small Force from the Syria based popular front general see mid East Page 8 Clifton Mills Dies sunday Clifton Mills age 65, resident of blounts Creek died in the Craven county Hospital in new Bern sunday afternoon at 6 of clock following an ulness of five weeks. Or. Mius was born in Pitt county aug 28, 1864, Ron of the late major and Rebecca Harde Mills. He was a retired air plane Mechanic with the Norfolk naval air station retiring in 1908, and formerly lived in Portsmouth. He was a member of the Baptist Church and was married to the former Lena Lewis of this county Jan 28 1931. Surviving besides his wife Are two Brothers Charlie Linwood Mills of Petersburg is. And Lester Dalton Mills of Baltimore my. Two Sisters mrs. Annie Jenkins of st. Petersburg Fla. And mrs Minnie Craft of Winter Idle. Funeral services will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock conducted by the Rev. Elbert e. Edwards of Chocowinity. Burial will Fonow in Pamlico memorial gardens. The Fod owing will serve As pallbearers Floyd Stilley Henry Long Arthur Norman r. H. Paul Herbert Cox and Woodrow Lewis. The family will receive friends at the Paul funeral Home from 8 . To 9 monday b by Barry Schweid associated Preu writer st Louis api chief jus Tice Warren. E. Burger proposed today creation of a Council representing All branches of the Federal government to bring i he nation s court system up to Date Quot in the supermarket he said Quot we Are like a merchant trying to operate a Cracker barrel Corner grocery store with the methods and equipment of 1900 Burger proposed updating of Tow judicial system and warned of expecting too much of the Federal courts in his first state of the judiciary message to the american bar association the White haired Jurist said the courts need More Money. Judges and trained administrators and a streamlining of their trial and appeals a Nesses to retain Public Confidence he questioned the priorities of a nation that spends Jami million to develop the Cha air plane and $128 million on its Federal Judi Cial system for at least 50 years he said the Federal court Aye has had steadily increasing Ordens. A some of this a he said a is because of new Laws and Deci a ions and some because of a tendency that a unique to America to look to the courts to solve All problems a at the same time Burger said much of the judicial machinery has grown obsolete Burger told the lawyers and judges they should give Argent consideration to asking Congress to create a new fun dietary Council which would report to All three branches of the Federal government on a wide Range of matters affecting Federal a Best their communities could offers Lima Peru map a Peru Vian Airliner returning tourists courts for example he said it could report on caseloads in particular districts propose creation of temporary judgeship to meet urgent situations and study the present jurisdiction of Federal courts Burger said the Council could have six members with two appointed by the president two by Congress and two by the judicial conference which he Heads but while advancing this and a see Burger Page 0 smut does not Etc Boss make criminals by Jim Adams associated press writer Washington apr the presidents commission on obscenity and pornography has outlined tentative recommendations calling for repeal of All Laws prohibiting adult americans from purchasing or pos Sessing pornographic films books and other material. But the commission said in a preliminary report that local state and Federal Laws should protect children from exposure to smut and that adults should be protected from unsolicited exposure through Public displays or unsolicited mail advertisements. Quot the commission does not believe however Quot says the draft report Quot that there is any warrant for the continuation of government controls upon what rabbits pigeons on guard nerve Gas leaves for n. Carolina by William Chaze associated press writer the plans to embark today upon what it says will be its last Mission to ship lethal nerve Gas by rail for dumping in the Atlantic Ocean. Trains carrying 418 Concrete and steel jacketed vaults of nerve Gas rockets�?30 to the vault were to leave Blue grass depot near Richmond ky., and Anniston ala., depot for North Carolina to be loaded aboard a Barge. It will be scuttled in Waters 16,000 feet deep 282 . East of Cape Kennedy Fla. The kept the routes secret but said the shipments would move through thinly populated areas. By Highway it is about 540 Miles from Anniston and about 845 Miles from Richmond to the North Carolina coast the said there is no danger of leakage from the vaults. Army chemical experts will accompany the shipments and their mechanical Gaa leak detectors will be backed up by 12 rabbits and u Stive to Gas. Army spokesmen said similar shipments in the future wid be unnecessary because the is developing a method of decomposing the Gas. At the military bases where it is stored. It said detonation of a 60-Pound charge of dynamite beneath a vault would not damage it enough to allow Gas to escape. The vaults Are encase in Quarter Inch Armor plating. Congressional sources said the Anniston train will pass through the Georgia cities of Bremen Griffin Macon and Athens before Angling up through the Carolinas to an Ocean terminal at sunny Point . The train is to move no faster than 35 Miles per hour. A Check of the rails was completed saturday. Few mayors have raised objections to the shipments and gov. Lester Maddox of Georgia offered to ride atop the train to demonstrate his Confidence in the a safety precautions. The said it had a orders permitting him aboard. But rep Tim Lee Carter. R ky., says he will be on the Blue grass depot train until it leaves Kentucky a to help away fear among the residents of his Southeastern Kentucky District he said be had authority to ride the train. However dissent has been expressed by a number of persons among them Florida gov. Claude Kirk three congressmen from his state and u Thant Secretary general of the United nations. Thant said disposal of the Gas in International Waters would violate a. . General Assembly Resolution on Pou ution of the High seas. The state department denied this a Kirk and the congressmen appealed to defense Secretary Melvin r. Laird to halt the skimping opposed by environmentalists who fear Pou ution of the Ocean. The contends that the Ocean will Render the Gas harmless by dilution if Salt water or pressure Ever cracks the vaults. The disposal plan was Siso criticized by consumer advocate Ralph Nader he said the plan should not have been devised solely by the but should have been considered by a Broad Range of scientists. A i done to think that a problem with such potential cataclysm m effects on. The a fat it see Gas Page 8 pm c. W. Jaycox passes today Charles w. Jaycox age 92 of Bath. Died. In the fungo District Hospital this morning at. 6 15 of clock following an illness of one month or. Jaycox was a former resident of new York id Massachusetts sad had been making his Home in Bath with mrs. Mildred Winfield Payne for the past 13 years. Or. Jaycox was born st East Fiah Kil n. Y. Nov. 11,1�77, son of the late William. Henry and Elizabeth Anderson. Jaycox. He was a restaurant operator in Boetto prior to is retirement he was a member of the sexual materials May be made available to adults who wish to read or review such the recommendations obtained by the associated press have not been approved by the1 18-member turn Mission which reportedly win meet most of this week before issuing its final report scheduled for release at the end of August the recommendations cover pornographic materials but not live sex shows they follow the Lead of Denmark which lifted All restrictions against Pomora Phy for adults but not children last year. Laws against what american adults can watch or buy Are at warranted says the draft re port because its studies have found no evidence that porno Graphy causes a crime juvenile delinquency other antisocial conduct sexual or nonsexual deviancy character disorders or significant emotional disturb even though there is no finding that pornography is harmful to children it says Laws against youngsters exposure to it Are justified by the fact that Many parents responsible for their welfare rightly or wrongly believe it might be harmful to them the simple fact that Many adults object to pornography it adds is Legal justification for a see smut Page i explains to Power by Brooks Jackson Assoc tiled press writer Washington api when it comes to television and poll a is. Federal communications commissioner Nicholas Johnson told Congress last week Quot that Little screen is the sum total of the Ball game a Congress is beginning to believe g a already on the verge of passing s Bill to restrict the use of television in campaigns. Congress is flirting with the idea of voting itself free air time to express its views politicians also have peppered the acc with requests for free air time or Rule changes allow ing them to buy time to boost their pet ideas so far to Little Avail even the television wary House of representatives has voted to follow the years old Senate practice of broadcasting some committee hearings Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott even proposed this week that his chamber allow broadcast coverage of a few special floor debates each year. The politicians concern represents an increasing feeling that television focuses attention on the president at the expense of congressmen some Legisla tors also feel television makes see to Page 8 from a visit to the inca ruins at Marhu Pitchu crashed sunday. Killing �9. Of the 106 persons aboard including 49 Young american Exchange students it was Peru s worst air disaster they were typical i fled 1 states High school students the Best that their communities could offer a said mrs Mildred m Brown of Buffalo. N president of the International Fellowship in which sponsored the peruvian visit by the youths fifteen other youths decided to remain in Lima with the families with whom they had spent the summer rather than make the trip to the ruins several other americans were aboard in addition to the students spending the summer in Peru under the sponsorship of International Fellowship inc. Of Buffalo. N y. But their exact number As Uncertain International Fellowship received from the state department a list of 49 of its students 14 to 19 years old aboard the plane but the airline. Lansa issued a list of 54 americans aboard which included three other teen agers a 21-year old and four older tourists the air line listed two of the students on Sec crash Page 8> Ronald Haywood Cutler succumb Ronald Haywood Cutler age 68, widely known resident of 901 n. Market Street passed Sway Sator Dav night in the Pitt memorial Hospital at Greenville after a critical illness of the Day. Or Cutler son of the late Haywood and Mary Wallace Cutler was born in Beaufort county August 30. 1901 he was married april 29. 1936 to the former miss Hannah Bonner Boone of this City or Cutler was employed by the n. C Highway commission and by the Beaufort county Hospital until a recent us note he was a member of st. Peters episcopal Church and it Farmer member of the vestry an honorary member of the Washington fire department and a member of Orr 1 Odge no 104 a. F. Amp . Surviving with his wife Are one sister. Mrs Edgar Douglas of this City and several nieces and nephews i Seo Cutler Page it . Government subsidy going to luxury cruises see Jaycox. Page 8 nerve Gas rocket this is the m55 rocket like those that hold dangerous . Army nerve Gas stored in Alabama and Kentucky. The 12,500 rockets have been kept in 418 steel and Concrete a coffins a believed dangerous through deterioration there is a big Hue it cry Over railroading them to sunny Point ., for towing out into the Atlantic. To be sunk in the sea. By James r. Polk associated press writer Washington a the government is paying As much As 3400 per passenger m Federal Aid to finance luxury cruises aboard Ocean liners to such exotic ports As Hong Kong. Tahiti Jamaica and Bora Bora even a bubbly new years eve party aboard a ship curia ing off the California coast is covered by the Rich flow of fed Era Aid. The payments Are part of a special subsidy to american passenger ships that has Cost taxpayers an estimated $240 million Over the past five years the Aid was begun for nation al defense reasons before world War ii. But now government records show the Only passenger liners benefiting from the payments Are 10 cruise ships sailing the South Pacific and the Caribbean. Congress fed with Plush Campaign contributions from both seamen a unions and the shipping Industry moved this year to expand the Aid to More cruises. The subsidies go mainly to pay the i fit Rale in the higher wages for to Larican seamen As compared to jute Low paid Crews on foreign Imp. The Aid can run As High As half the total Cost of a cruise ships voyage. Cruise ships done to even need to go to a foreign port to get the government support the s.3. President Wilson plans a three Day new year s eve a party cruise off san Francisco this year and a company official says it will qualify for Aid. The ship sailed to Mexico last new years eve. Shipping officials say that without this Federal Aid to pay their higher wage costs they would be priced out of business and the privately owned american Fleet would be certain to vanish from the seas a a the Aid Law makes keeping american ships sailing on overseas shipping routes a goal along with the National defense reasons. The defense purpose of the payments seems outdated government officials agree in an Era when s single jumbo Jet can carry twice As Many troops across the Atlantic in the same week it would take All cruise ships out of new York to Cross the Ocean. A a a i done to know if its necessary for National defense a concedes a maritime administration official. Quot but it keeps our Flag at both cargo vessels and the passenger ships because they have much larger Crews the Passen Ger liners require much More Aid per ship about 1160 million a year is spent in Federal Aid for around 250 cargo ships sailing for american firms. Although far outnumbered by Quot cargo ships passenger Linen Aid has amounted to nearly one third the cargo Cost. Two tobacco barns Burn two a tobacco barns were consumed by flames Early sunday morning according to Quot the local fire department the first barn to be destroyed located on the old Bath Highway was owned by Oscar Buck. Firemen received the Call about 1 30 ., and upon arriving at the scene found Only the sides of the barn standing because a propane Gas tank was near by. They sprayed the Side of barn to keep the heat off the tank. The cause of the fire in which 500 Sticks of tobacco were lost waa unknown. The second Bam to be razed. The government Aid goes to it ses fires. Page a it my

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