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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - August 13, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather variable Clouds near with a Chance erf rain and Gaunter rho wars through Friday. Tlush Friday in Low 80 lows to right mostly 80� Washington daily news if you do no get got your ms-8145 he tween a so and 1 00 o clock and one Wal be do Vered to you established 1909 twelve pages Washington. North Cacouna thursday afternoon., August 13, 19.70 daily except sunday a a a is president Congress confront each other Over . Spending foes see Victory in loss by Lawrence l. Knutson convention be Adera talk a at Ungto n police chief Phillip Paul talks with copt Thomas r. Estes of the Washington d. metropolitan police and h e Williamson chief of police in Wilmington As the annual convention of the1 North. Carolina police executives association get underway Here today chief Paul president of the association a hosting the meeting or kites will appear on the program Friday and or Williamson is scheduled to move up to the presidency when officers Are elected at the business meeting later in the week. The convention will continue through saturday noon. Photo by Litchfield 300 expected . Police convention gets underway Here today i witness might identify killers by Fuci j5d r w associated press writer it. Bragg . A defense attorneys said today they had found a witness who might be Able to identify members of a mysterious band of intruders capt. Jeffrey r. Macdonald contends attacked him and killed his pregnant wife and two children in their it. Bragg Home feb. 17. Dertis Eisman one of the 27-year-old Green Beret physicians two civilian attorneys told newsmen of the witness As the witness prepared to testify at a closed door army bearing into charges that Macdonald killed his family and made up the Story about the intruders. The lawyer said the witness identified a sketch of one of the intruders. Eisman refused to identify the witness saying a the fears for his Eisman said the witness told him he was living in a hippie Section of Fayetteville at the time of the Macdonald slayings. Eisman said the witness told him he saw an automobile arrive in the Section Between 3 45 and4 30 . On the morning of the slayings and saw people get out of the car including a girl with Long blonde hair whom he knew by name. Eisman said the wit Noas ateo identified a sketch of one of the alleged intruders into Macdonald a Home As the owner of the automobile. The sketch was drawn for the defense by a police artist from Macdonald a description. The detest said it planned to introduce later a Ketches of the two other Rae a sketch of the girl Macdonald said was in the group was introduced monday. The army declined to comment on today s actions in the hearing continuing a policy of making no statements about the closed door sessions contradictory testimony was presented Wec Kiseday Over whether a a neighbor reported seeing strangers running near Macdonald a Home on the night his family was slain. The conflict threw an army hearing into murder charges against the 27-year-old Green. Beret physician off schedule and kept him from testifying. Barbecue will boost fund the David. Taylor fund has risen to $3,832.84 this morning according to Jim Mizzelle treasurer. Tonight from 5 00 8 00 of clock a Community Barbecue will be held at havens gardens with All Profita going into the fund. Frienda and neighbors Are staging this Barbecue and the Price per plate is $1.50. David Taylor is expected to Start Cobalt treatments Early nest week. He has an embedded brain tumor his Mother is with him at memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill with the Barbecue supper tonight the drive for funds for this youngster will come to a dose. A three Day convention of the North Carolina police executives association got underway Here this morning but most highlights of the meeting will not come until Friday afternoon. Registration was being held at the Holiday inn this morning some 300 police officers and their wives Are expected Here for die n.oc-i�i�. The program will get started at 2 30 this afternoon at Brentwood Lodge with mayor a. Thomas Stewart giving the Welcome two speeches will highlight the afternoon session. Assistant attorney general Carol Leggett will fill in for attorney general to be f t Morgan who is unable to attend and James r. Van Camp of the governor s Law and order commission Are on the program. A Golf tournament was scheduled during the afternoon with a fish Fry at the red menus Hall winding up today s activities. A convention highlights will come Friday with an address by inspector Dwight j. Dalvey of the Legal research and. Training division of the Federal Bureau of investigation. Another highlight will be the election of officers which will see h. E. Williamson police chief at Wilmington move up to the presidency succeeding chief Phillip Paul of this City. Other events on the Friday program include pistol matches a boat trip Down the Pamlico dinner at the Texas Gulf Sulphur Complex at Lee Creek and a banquet see Ion featuring an address by Edmund h. Harding noted humorist of this City. A breakfast and Busineau meeting on saturday morning will conclude the convention. Special events including a tour of historic Bath and a boat trip on the Pamlico Ara planned for the ladies state Money necessary to welfare Raleigh a officials from 82 of North Carolina s 109 counties have been told that Only the general Assembly can relieve them of some or All of their financial responsibility for welfare programs John r. Jarte chairman of the Board of social services and social services commissioner Clifton Craig Hue dad a group of officials who spoke to the county officials wednesday some 178 local officiate attended the three hour luncheon session sponsored a the North Carolina association of county commissioners. Most of the questions during the session concerned what the local officiate feel a too much local financial responsibility for welfare programs and too Hittle local control Over them Deputy atty. Gen. Harry told the officials that see welfare Page 13 Newsome h. Respess Dies Newsome h. Respess age 68, of this City died suddenly in Beaufort county Hospital Here at 2 30 wednesday funeral services will be held at the Plymouth Church of Christ at 3 . Friday with Dalton Finch officiating. Burial will be in Hillside memorial gardens in Plymouth. Or respess was a retired employee of the Weyerhaeuser company in Plymouth and. Was a member of the Plymouth Church of Christ. He had been living Here for the past 14 months following his retirement from Weyerhaeuser surviving Era his wife mrs. Cottle Phelps respess three daughters mrs. Jimmy Tyrrell of Fayetteville mrs. Charles Eaton and mrs. Donald Woolard both of this City one son Bobby respess of Kinston two Sisters in. Nora. Basely of Norfolk vs., mrs. Lele Phelps of Roper one brother a mesh me respess of Plymouth. Associated press writer Washington a foes of president Nixon s safeguard anti ballistic missile system claiming they May have found the formula for Victory in the ashes of two Senate defeats will mount a final drive next week to restrict expansion of the system. But safeguard supporters who masterminded the defeat of a bid to carve $322 million and. Two Sitea from the program. Said Thev have the vote to withstand any Challenge the third Effort will come on an amendment by sen Edward Brooke. R mass to Block construction of two additional Sites. The funds instead would be spent to improve the two existing Sites Brooke said he would Call his amendment up for a vote next wednesday. 1 think the opposition to has hit its Peak and that we can not move on to other things a a said sen. John Sornnie d mis floor manager of the Bill that includes expansion of safeguard to two new Sites the Senate rejected wednes Day by a 62-32 margin a bid by sen. Harold Hughes d Iowa to kill All safeguard expansion funds except those for research and development. Then by a far Slimmer 52-47 margin it ended a drive to Cut $322 million from the presi dents. Safeguard budget and. Restrict the system to the two Sites approved last year the amendment was sponsored by sen. John Sherman Cooper r ky., and Philip a Hart d Mich. Brookes proposal would allow funds now earmarked for geographical expansion of the system to Sites in Missouri and Wyoming to be used to improve Sites already authorized in Montana and North Dakota. The improvements specifically include the safeguard radars which have been hotly scored As vulnerable to attack and relatively easy to deceive by sophisticated Decoy devices a but the important thing is that my amendment would limit the degree to which they could expand the safeguard system and would confine them to the real estate they have right now Quot Brooke said. Earlier sen. John Tower a Texa leading safeguard Backer said the White House was opposed to All amendment including Brookes and warned see Page 12 education veterans environment a a staff photo by Litchfield it in. Extensions of men ? in America gun use to kill 9 maim increasing by Mark Brown associated prese writer Washington apr the use of pistols rifles and shotguns by americans to kill or maim other Anteri cans has my creased dramatically since ism. The Federal Bureau of investigation Saya. Two out of every three murder victims in i960 were gunned Down and one out of every four assaults involved a firearm the Fri re Partid wednesday in crime statistics for the past Calendar year. Murders and non negligent manslaughter claimed a total of 14,590 live including those of 88 Law enforcement officers in the United states during 1969, a 7 per cent increase Over Calendar year 1968 aggravated assaults running the Gamut from nonfatal shootings to slugging totalled 306,420 during 1969, up 8.5 per cent Over 1068. Guns were used in 65 per cent of the murders and 24 per cent of the aggravated assaults the Fri said. Between >964 and see guns fag 12 by William f Raboci ast asocial re pre writer Washington i apr Peai Dent Nixon and the House grappled today in an historic twisting confrontation Over $23.4 Ern ment agencies veterans hospitals and Small own environmental programs House democrats hoped to enlist the support of Republican in reversing the chief executive s veto of the $4 4 Hili Ion office of education Money Bill and the $16.8 Hiilton measure funding the department of housing and Urban development and a score of other agencies. Most observers gave the education Bill the Best Chance of winning the necessary two thirds maturity needed to override a presidential veto. The larger measure appeared to have less support House leaders ordered Roll Call votes on the two spurned Bills As the first order of business today never before has the House scheduled votes on two major vetoes in one Day % Herbert g Klein communications director for the a do Inis Tea lion told Republican governors wednesday the vetoes wifi pay dividends during the november campaigns. Klein told republicans at the National governors conference meeting at Fame of the Marks. Toa Quwas essential that the president do i Quot re Democrat warm e. How rfcs of Missouri new chairman of the conference said the vetoes Are designed to blame Congress for inflation. The two Bills provide almost $1 billion More than the presiden requested for the current fiscal year a sum the t a resident said was a the kind of big spending that would drive up prices or demand higher the president said the veto of the two Bills was his action also pained Many republicans seeking reelection Many have in their districts projects and. Programs financed by the Bills. Making it tougher is the fact that a three week House recess starts tomorrow and most members have been i miking for Ward to going Home to cultivate the voters democratic leaders displayed no signs of political jitters and publicly welcomed the Challenge a see Congre Spage 1ft dec commissioner wants pollution checks to feed world scientists seek proteins in garbage germs fungi by g. David Wallace associated press writer Washington apr i lists Are rummaging throw trash cans., sifting the sea and. Harvesting fungi and Ganas in the quest for cheap plentiful sources of protein the body s Moat important tissue builder their search reported at Tea third International Congress a. Food science and. Technology now underway hero is fuated by the realization that in the standing room Only world of ii future and in already crowded countries space is at a Premium for the Senate which provide Man with protein \ protein deficiency is a vital Factor in the 10,� United nations estimates occur Dally from hunger or malnutrition. / a in the United states according to an agriculture depart meat Survey most people Gat Mart than enough protein. North americans on the average sat 86 Grams of animal protein a Parson per Day supplemented by milk eggs and cereals. Bet the individual consumption of animal protein in Tbs near East averages 14 grams., in Africa 11 grains and in Asia 8 it is. In. The animal poor Coua Grin we sri Aat enlists Are Presa ing hardest to extract the pro from grains and other substances. South africans . And guatemalans Are already drinking beverages endowed with the exotic sounding names of a pro Nitro Quot and Quot i Capa Rio a and fortified by protein extracted from soybeans. Indians enrich biscuits and candies with Peanut flour. And even in the United Sites firms Are test marketing protein enriched flour and noodles. The products being topped for protein depend on what a available Corn tassels at Kansas state University sugar cans waste in Colombia coconuts in the Philippines weeds in por see protein Page 13 maybe what the world need is a Good Bath. 1 but then does t soap pollute by Brian Sullivan a science writer United nations n.y., apr a member of the us. Atomic Energy commission called today for u priority Effort Quot to learn More about the effects of nuclear and Fossil fuel Power plants on the environment. A joint u n syn ways must be found any significant dicta. A Postum also received a study of nuclear planto in the United states and of the effects of pouring heated water into the environment which concluded that the information necessary to effectively evaluate Plant to ratio pm is a lacking or ind eau symposium on environmental aspects of nuclear Power a Planta is being held at. . Headquarter by the International atomic Energy Agency and the dec. A we know Quot Ramey said a that steam electric Ower plants whether Fossil or nuclear fuelled Are the most effective Means far pred ing Chect City especially in the urge blocks that Art need in Liju Quot rial irad nations a but As efficient As these plants Are they All do have a orc Impact on the environment we must gain a better understanding of the environment isee dec Pape 13
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