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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - August 14, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaAnnual tobacco edition weather variable Olmi Diw a and warm Saturn her. A Chance of Shower or thundershowers to Rasht Jeri s i High 80s lews we. Washington. Davidt news established 1909 Twenty pages Washington North Carolina Friday afternoon August 14, 1970 if you do not get your paper. Dial met Lis Between a a and 1 00 o clock and on will be a it daily except sunday heading Home . Forces reshuffling by George Roper associated press writer Saigon it a american forces in the Saigon military Region Are being Cut by about 19,000 men As the result of a major reshuffling of Allied units and the Transfer of a Large base to the vietnamese official sources disclosed today. The sources said two full in Gades plus other units would be shipped Home from Saigon and the ii surrounding provinces of the 3rd military Region men who have not completed most of their 12-month Tours in Vietnam will be transferred to other units Security regulations prohibit publication of the units to be sent Back to the United states until the . Command announces them elsewhere in the War Small ambush actions and mopping up operations were reported along the Northern coast where . And South vietnamese forces claimed they killed More than 300 North vietnamese in fighting wednesday and thursday. The largest Allied casualties reported today occurred about 06 Miles Northwest of Saigon when mortar rounds fired by an american unit accidentally landed on a South vietnamese position. Eleven government troops were killed and 24 vietnamese and two american advisers were wounded. One harassing action was reported in Cambodia. A military spokesman in phenom penh said the Viet Cong and North vietnamese apparently were occupied with integrating newly arrived reinforcements. Gen. Creighton w. Abrams returned from convalescent leave with his family in Thailand and resumed his duties As commander of us a. Forces in Vietnam. His Gall bladder was removed in Japan july 3. A in the major reshuffle of Allied forces in the Saigon Region ail american combat units except one brigade have been pulled Back from the cambodian Border. Most of them have been moved to the Northeast and East of Saigon Inland from the South China sea. South vietnamese forces have replaced the americans along see War Page ii nato does not see uselessness drive ends with $4,000 contributed the drive for funds for David Taylor 14 year old boy with a brain tumor comes to a close today. The Community Barbecue held last evening reported a net profit from the Sale of Barbecue and from Many donations of $1,146.84. Mrs. Edmund Smith headed the committee which staged this project. Jim Mizzelle reported this morning that the and stands at $2.862.84 plus the $1,146,84 from the Barbecue dinner bringing the grand total for the David Taylor fund to $4,009.68 the Barbecue committee wishes to thank everyone who helped make last nights supper a Success. For particular thanks Are Bill Knight for the tickets radio station with and week for publicity or. Pepper bottling company coca cola and l. C. Perry Pepsi cola for soft drinks Melton Evans for ice ted Day for ice Ayers log Cabin who served the Barbecue at Cost the recreation Center for its help with tables and All those who sold tickets. The Rev. Wayne Smith chairman Jim Mizzelle treasurer r. L. Drake and William m. Boyd the committee set up to receive the David Taylor funds thank everyone for the help and support Given. Isee fund Page it by Carl Hartman associated press writer Brussels it api now that the soviet Union and West Germany have promised not to use Force against one another some people Are sure to suggest that there is no longer any Good reason for the North Atlantic alliances that the chief danger of a european War has disappeared. This kind of talk gets no support at the Headquarters of the North Atlantic treaty Organiza Tion outside Brussels. Nato officials Are not com malting officially the private View generally is that the treaty helps relax tensions but does not mean the allies can let Down their guard. Nato diplomats believe that the treaty Only became possible because West German Chancellor Willy Brandts foreign allies were firmly behind him. Bulletin Miami apr a dangerous tro p i c a 1 depression with winds of w Miles an hour approached the Bahamas and Florida today and threw a possible crimp into the army a plans to dump deadly nerve Gas off the Florida East coast. Or. Robert h. Simpson head of the National Hurricane Center said to think change their minds about moving to the Point they be got in mind sunday. At Best there will be a lot of squalls around that a Simpson said he had not received any official requests for an opinion on How the storm might affect the dumping plans. Southern schools Washington Leaf Market ready for 1970 Selling warehouses on Economy report shows a glimmering of a better situation accepting tobacco by John m. Pearce associated press writer Washington apr the government s newest economic report shows a a a glimmering of a better but the Nixon administration s expected business upturn still depends on what the nations Consumers do Arith their Money in the coming months economists believe statistics issued by the com Merce department and the Federal Reserve Board thursday showed increases in Industrial production and personal income during july while a revised report on Gross National product disclosed that real production of goods and services Rose More than was reflected in the preliminary report for april Mav and june a less encouraging report showed a $14.3 billion deficit in Federal finances on the a nation al income accounts Quot basis for the april june Quarter the . Figures showing the larg est deficit since world War ii Are not the same As the unified budget normally cited when budget surpluses or deficits Are mentioned administration economists said they Ware the Day a news although it did not Point entirely toward a re most important Factor in a re cover Watt he consumer spend my. Hopefully spurred by such things As increased social Secu Rity payments these were the highlights of the reply Jorli. Personal income Roar $3� billion during july reaching a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $8 it i billion. It was $49 i i fion higher than july 1969, an increase that can be attributed partially to the social Security increase and Large Federal pay raise affective earlier this year Economy. Page 8� the Washington tobacco Market is ready for the 1970 wiling season warehouses Are now a a a Senate expected to follow House in overriding veto its Job Complete by Joe Hall. Associated press writer Washington a t the Senate is expected to follow the Lead of the House and override president Nixon a veto of a $4.4 billion education Bill. It would be Nixon a second such defeat this year. The Senate vote is expected tuesday or wednesday. The House overrode the veto thurs Day by a margin of 289-114, 20 votes More than the necessary two thirds majority but in a history making Day tees to go to work to draft an of considering two presidential f other one vetoes the House sustained Nix there is some sentiment at on s rejection of an omnibus to the Cali to for deeper cuts in billion appropriations Bill car the space program to preserve Ramg funds for housing Veter the extra funds provided i the Ana the space Agency and a original Bill for veterans and for score of other programs the vote on that one was 20.1 195, a majority but �3 Short of two thirds. The second House vote ended any Chance for the omnibus measure and made it necessary for the appropriations commit such programs As Urban renewal Hep Wilcaa Lead a a ted the s i to passed the a a Ducu of Btl my a agreeing privately with democratic Leader Mike mans Sec Congress Page 8 campaigns a Canoe takes becomes partisan one life schools a a a or a maybe two to open August 31 defense closes Macdonald Case the Beaufort county Board of education has delayed the opening of school one week to. Permit farm children to assist with the tobacco Harvest supt. Gray Hodges said today. Hodges said schools will open on August .31 rather than aug. 24 As previously announced. The superintendent explained that the first Day will be for a meeting of teachers while children will report one Day later. Actually sept. 1 will be Pupil orientation Day. The school Calendar for the year will be As follows extended term for teachers monday August 31 Pupil orientation Day tuesday september i first regular school Day wednesday a Bee schools Page 8 by Robert a. Hunt associated press writer Washington apr a House Senate conference com Mittee has touched off a bitter partisan fight by approving a Bill to restrict broadcast Campaign spending for major Public offices in this years general election. Senate minority Leader Hugh a Scott r-pa., one of the four gop conferees who voted against the measure said the Compromise Bill represented a. A frantic Effort by democrats to save some of their the gop members from both the House and Senate refused to sign the conference report largely because the six democratic members included the provision making the restrictions take effect this fall. Goldsboro at \ Canoe Accident on the Neuse River near Goldsboro has claimed the life of an assistant scoutmaster and apparently that of a 13-year-old scout both from Newport the Goldsboro Rescue squad dragged the River unsuccessfully thursday night for the body of Danny Beals 13. Earlier the body of Sam Reeves about 22, a biologist for the North Carolina department of conservation and development was found by members of his group troop 61 the search for the body of Beals resumed today a the scouts said Reeves l see deaths Page is by Richard Daw associated press writer it Bragg . Api de sense attorneys completed their Case today with further testimony by capt Jeffrey Maddop Aid at to army hearing into murder charges against him Macdonald. 27, a Green Beret physician from Patchogue n dented tearful v As began his testimony thursday that he killed his pregnant wife and two children last feb. 1-7, Macdonald a attorneys the Only source of information in the closed door bearing said thursdays proceedings Viere interrupted several times to allow Macdonald to compose him self. The army which Over de sense protest ordered the hearing dosed shortly after it be Gan More than a month ago has refused information on the proceedings attorneys said the first question asked Macdonald by was a did you kill your wife and two children Macdonald a voice choked he began to. Cry and after a Neys said the attorneys said they then asked him a did your wife kill your children a Quot v. They said he gripped the witness table tightly fought Back More tears and replied a no a Macdonald faced Cross examination by the prosecution after completing his testimony for . Hepting tobacco for the opening Day Sale which starts on tuesday morning. August 18. At 9 of a a clock three warehouse firms will again be operating in Washington they Are Talley warehouses headed by William Talley Veteran warehouseman Glassell w a rehoused w it h m a icon m Hasselljr. And mrs Malcolm Hassell who operated Here last year and sermons warehouse with Waylant sermons and Harry Roberts Sermon warehouse will get first Sale on tuesday morning a full set of buyers is expected to be on hand for the of the auctioneer Quot Gordon of Langley will be that auctioneer and he will push off the Sale al 9 09 of clock Many buyers Are arriving now from the Georgia markets and already much tobacco has Arr fed in Washington for the opening sales. Warehouse Firma have full staffs of floor managers and office Crews along with expert weigher at the Scales. Last a year in eve the Washington tobacco Market sold 7.720,990 pounds of tobacco fur $6,542.868 07 for a seasons average of $71.79 per 100 pm Ond most far h b and warehousemen Are pointing to a Good tobacco crop this year in the Pamlico area some Are saying it if uie Best crop we have had in Many years the foil truth of course will not Sec tobacco. Page 8 8395 quota the Beaufort county red Cross chapter has Hern assigned a quota of $19$ in a National drive to raise a a till Iota in a Quot special Hurricane Celia / disaster Campaign a a the funds will be used to provide assistance in the Hurricane hit Texas coast area preliminary surveys in the Corpus Christia area shows nearly 9,000 Homes destroyed inure than 13.000 with major damage and ii.000 with minor damage. It Reid Mitchell. Jr., Beaufort county red Cross chairman today urged residents of the county to respond to the Appeal for assistance. Funds May he sent to Beaufort county chapter. Beaufort county bed Cross Washington n a 27889, 7,. .7 a 4 Nixon wants cooperation by . Thelen or. Associated press writer Washington a stressing cooperation rather than coercion president Nixon ventured his greatest involvement in Southern school desegregation today with a new Orleans meeting with advisory councils from seven states. Aides said the president s journey had twin goals bolstering the effectiveness and prestige of the state desegregation advisory councils and emphasizing his commitment to enforcing wide scale voluntary integration in the South this fall. Nixon faced the difficult political Job of administering unpopular Medicine while keeping the patient reasonably Happy with the doctor. A George p. Shultz who led the administration party accompanying Nixon said one idea of the trip was to extend a hand to the South on the eve of what Likely will be its largest dose of desegregation. Shultz is vice chairman of the Cabinet committee on education and director of the office of management and budget also accompanying the president were Secretary of welfare Elliot l. Richardson a try. Gen. John n. Mitchell White House aides Robert h. Finch Leonard garment Harry Dent and Dan Iel Patrick Moynihan director Donald Rumsfeld of the office of economic Opportunity and j. Stanley Pottinger Richardson s chief civil rights aide. On the eve of the presidents meeting with Southern officials Mitchell said he expects the supreme court to decide later this year what Steps the Justice department should take in attacking school segregation in the North. Mitchell told a Senate committee thursday his department cannot move against segregation caused by housing patterns until the court acts. Top Fri official addresses police at police convention among top North Carolina Law enforcement officials on hand for the three Day meeting of the North Carolina police executives association underway Here Are from left major e. W. Jones director al and transportation for the state Highway patrol w. B. Julian director of state and local planning for foe governor s committee on Law and order and James Van Camp director of the governors committee on Law and order. Van Camp was one of the principal speakers at the1 thursday afternoon session. Stall photo by Litchfield an address by a top Federal Bureau of investigation official this afternoon at 2 . Will be one of the highlights of a three Day meeting of the North Carolina police executives association Here. Inspector Dwight j. A i Bey of the Legal research and training division of the Fri is the top official on the program. He will be presented by capt Thomas r. Estes of the metropolitan police of Washington d. C another afternoon highlight today will be the election of officers at a business meeting. Edmund h. Harding nationally known Washington humorist will address the banquet session at 8 . The opening session of the convention got underway at Brentwood Lodge thursday afternoon with the Welcome by mayor a. Thomas Stewart. The response was Given by chief h. E. Williamson of Wilmington and foe invocation was by or. Raymond l. Alexander pastor of the first Christian Church. Carol Leggett an assistant to the attorney general told of plans for an information Center to be located in the new state Bureau of investigation building in Raleigh data on stolen a cars corrections warrants and other information would be stored in a computer a link would be maintained with each county in the state. Leggett also disclosed a new training program involving the use of recording tapes. The tapes prepared by Law enforcement officials would cover such Fields As search and Leisure and firearms. The speaker told the delegates that the attorney general is concerned with the rising crime rate and especially with the increase in juvenile crime. Leggett also disclosed that Camp Polk in Wake county will be converted into a Law in
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