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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - August 22, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy with Chance to Alt Mona and evening nun Leri Hows through sunday sunday in the 80s or Low 80s Washington daily news of you do not get your paper. Dial meal Mem a if and t 80 o clock and one we be delivered to you established 1909 eight pages Washington North Zaitouna. Saturday afternoon August 22, 1970 daily except sunday a a. Nixon places no limits on bombing in Cambodia school mixing disclosure 94 per cent of Southern not change districts meet standards in policy m t Hgt Jim Luther Faasee Fate pm writer Washington api a nine of fair per cent of Southern As the Justice report was a a sued a senator charge-1 the internal Revenue service has cir rum vented a Federal Emir i m Jit whether they were Dis criminal my against Macks irs an to i need it would continue the ton exempt status of those Arad a a Spur Prea or her Saigon api a president Nison has placed no i ii 4 school districts will meet Federal Dwe relation guidelines this fall although some schools will have pupils of Only one race the Justice depart men says the department reported Fri Day that 566 districts in 11 states will be operating on a desegregated basis for the first time when classes open within the next few Days. Some of the 2,543 districts which meet Federal approval will continue with All Black or All White schools because of population pal terns in granting tax exemption to private Southern schools cropping up As integration of Public classes increases sen Walter f Mondale let Minn. Urged president Nixon to order ibs to obey inc Cut Emir which promised an open admission Polo \ mandate chairman of the Senate committee on equal educational Opportunity Char or igra Phi Quot Cal restrictions on 1 1, amp Force strikes inside Cambodia against North vietnamese and no tio opa and supplies informed sources said today. The sources said that although some historical shrines Quot such As the angkor Temple ruins Northwest of phenom penh May he off limits to in s bombers there Are no geographical limitations if military officials believe enemy buildups might pose a threat to Allied forces in South Vietnam. This was the first time such a disclosure had been made but the sources said it did not represent any change in policy the a Clouart came in re sponge to queries whether american planes had supported cambodian forces during the heavy fighting thursday and Friday within six to nine Milea of phenom in end. One source said no american warplanes had supported the Tittle but added the comment that they would not he forbidden if military officials thought that a potential threat was posed to a ii led forces in v Ietna m informants said most american air strike in Cambodia Are entered Easi of the Mekong River in the northeastern part of the country against North vietnamese Supply routes running southward from Lams meanwhile. Associated press correspondent t Jeff Williams reported from phenom penh that cambodian forces had begun Clearing operations Northeast of a a a Caw to reporto Fri a pan Oft penh said three Viet Cong battalions perhaps up to 1.000 troops or More apparently had slipped away. Maj am Kong the cambo Dun military spokesman said several air strikes were carried out against suspected Viet Cong base Erraa near Prek Tameka nine mites Northeast of phenom penh he did not specify whole air plane conducted the latest strikes a there Are no boundaries for american bombers in said one source Quot if we Felt interdiction of enemy forces would secure our positions in the event enemy forces became a potential threat to Vietnam we would hit where we had to set War. Page a a mrs. Betty s. Arnold Dies my Betty Smith Arnold age 83, died in the Beaufort county Hospital last night funeral services will be conducted sunday afternoon at 3 o clock at the Wilkerson Chapel in Greenville by her pastor the Rev r m Stewart. Burial will be in Greenwood cemetery i surviving Are six daughter mrs Bessie Beti of blounts Creek. Mrs s. B. Boyd of Rocky mount. Mrs Claude Boyd of Greenville. Mrs Bonnie Boyd of Rose Hill mrs Lake Buck of grime land and mrs Herman a tilde Quot Fly Black Jack three sons Raymond Arnold of game land Jody g. Arnold of this City and Harvey d Arnold of Rose Hill. 37 grandchildren and 80 great grandchildren and 12 great great grandchildren mandate Quot and put an end to the deceptive pronouncement that have led the Public to believe these segregation academies Are being denied tax support a Federal judge ordered irs in june to suspend Lav exemptions of private Mississippi schools until it could determine i urged we representative Roberson challenges graduating students the tit a waned or Rorr Srp Rafn her school enrolments were closed and classes were filed without a single Mack admin sum and then suspended exempt Tiona of Only those to school w hit h 11f�sed to Promise he would open their hoofs to Black students. V131 students Complete work Buti graduation impressive longer markets a a he died of Fly a in concert with the significance of the event the 131 graduates of Beaufort tech received their degrees and diplomas in an impressive ceremony Here Friday nigh at Washington High school the music of the first Baptist Church choir set the stage for the event representing the culmination of two years work on the part of the students administration and faculty. The graduating class doubled that of any in the schools growing history. Charles Byrd school president emphasized the importance of the student s and school s role in developing Beaufort county. He pointed out that 96 percent of the graduating class is employed. Representative w. R. Roberson jr., stressed the importance of education to the county and asked the students to remain in the county to help Lead the county away from its present dwindling population and Low economic level. Quot we need you Here Quot the representative said Quot there is a Job for All of us use your improved abilities Here coupled with an increased Community concern a he added Roberson challenged the students to find the Quot higher sense of human values in their Pursuit of happiness and Quot never forget excellence Charles Davis Dean of student personnel at Beaufort tech explained to those assembled that the average income of those students employed Quot is in excess of $100 per said the graduates were from 13 counties and two states. Four police chiefs from Eastern n. C. Were among those receiving degrees in police science. Davis told of one student who is a Mother of five carried a full Load at school worked on weekends and excelled in each. See graduation Page 8 Morgan Moore hearing continued wants pot double jeopardy illegal charge weighed Raleigh api a a try. Gen Robert Morgan says marijuana should remain an illegal drug and that he would oppose any proposal to reduce penalties for those who traffic in drugs. Morgan also told the governors committee on drug abuse he intends to ask the 1971 general Assembly to ban the practice by some wholesale drug firms of leaving shipments of narcotics outside drug stores. He said Friday that some drug companies had changed their delivery procedure since he issued a statement in june calling on them not to leave drug shipments unattended in front of stores. A however i have received word that some other companies were highly resentful of our action Quot Morgan said. He told the committee some system should be established Quot to know who is distributing drugs in our state and to keep some Check on their inventories and a a a Morgan said the nation Quot is see drugs Page 8 spokesman says indicating that he would throw out All other charges in the action Howard Hubbard Superior court judge said Quot in a Only concerned with the double jeopardy Samual Nick Moore through his attorney Frazier t. Woodard was seeking a new trial. Twice before he had gone through murder trials when he was charged with slaying his wife. Each time the jury brought in first degree verdicts with a recommendation for mercy. That meant life in prison. The first trial was nullified when the n. C. Supreme court granted a new trial. In the petition entered in the hearing yesterday it was charged that Moore was not adequately represented by counsel and that he would have been better off with no lawyers at All in the second trial that the jury was not polled that a mistrial should have been sought and that Moore a constitutional rights were violated. Judge Hubbard while not entering any formal ruling indicated he would throw out All the charges except double jeopardy. It was brought out that he was tried a second time in the new trial for his life when a ruling of the High court had said that no defendant could face a More severe sentence in a second trial than he received in the first. He was tried for his life in both trials. Judge Hubbard asked attorneys for both sides to draw up briefs and the hearing would be continued until next week. The briefs will Deal Only with the double jeopardy charge. In the second trial Moore was represented by Leroy Scott and w. B. Carter of Washington and Wade Smith of Raleigh. Yesterday All three attorneys took the witness stand to Tell of their defense of Moore in the second trial. They explained in detail How each came to be a member of the defense counsel see my Ore Page 81 Raleigh f api the Indus try wide flue cured tobacco marketing committee was polled today on a subcommittee a recommendation for a one week Extension of sales on geor Gia markets if the Extension is approved the eight Georgia markets that operated this week will hold auctions four hours daily next monday through Friday. The subcommittee which made its recommendation Friday heard a number of Farmers and warehouse men in the sout Carolina and Border North Carolina Belt Reque that their markets be Given More Selling time in the week ahead because of the lat Neft of the crop however Only a relative minor change was recommended or them an allocation of some is u00 pounds of sales for South Carolina was moved up from the second w Eek to the first week in Quot september in other action the Suttom Mittee a it recommended that nine North Carolina Virginia old Bell markets participating in a limited opening sept 1 be permitted to operate four Days hat week rather than three Days voted to ask that the North Carolina Middle Belt he placed on a schedule of 4w hours daily instead of four hours. A for its three Days of auctions during i Bor Day week under a schedule adopted by the Industry wide committee be fore the season opened. South Carolina at d Border North Ca Rolina markets will increase their daily Selling time from this week s 3�?~x hours to our flours tor four Day next week Kelly a Ritter of Darlington a see tobacco. Page 8� nothing Quot fort Pierce. Fla Aid the Mother of a Black Soldier killed in Vietnam ays she is de ter mint d to have him Huned is a plot Given to her in an All White cemetery by a 72-year-old White woman Mary Campbell said the Mili tary funeral or her son. Spec 4 Pondextuer e. Williams will lie held sunday As scheduled the body then will he returned to the mortuary and held Quot forever if necessary Quot until Hillcrest memorial gardens allows his in torment or Campbel said Quot the boy give his mrs John Diehl Sard Friday in explaining Why she want the Black Soldier to be buried next to her grandson in the family plot Quot i Don t think he should be discriminated against a a James Livesay manager of the earlier turned. Down mrs Campbells request for an advertised free plot for servicemen saying contract with plot owners allowed Only Whites to he buried there he said Friday he would not allow the burial of a negro anywhere in the 42-acre cemetery without see burial. Page 8iemmy Nati Ltd Dies in a. Christopher c Williams or. Age 76. Resident of 620 Keswick drive colonial Heights. A. Died in a colonial Heights nursing Home this morning at 3 . Following a lengthy illness. Or Williams was born in Beaufort county sept 22. -1883. Son of the late Christopher c. And Florence Isabelle Hodges Williams. He was a Veteran of world War i. Serving in the army. He had made his Home in Richmond a for the past 60 years and was a retired Cap Tom in the Richmond fire depart ment serving for More than 40 years surviving Are two Sisters mrs Ennie g. Fair of st. Petersburg Fla kid miss Frieda Williams of it. 3, Washington one brother d h Williams of Fayetteville and several nieces and nephews funeral services and burial will be private parole agencies oppose changing Leaf fungus damage May be As highs 7 per cent f a by the associated press a spokesman for the seed Grain producing Industry says predictable damage to the nations Corn crop from the spread of a Leaf fungus epidemic is Likely to be 2 to 7 per cent. Thomas h Roberts jr., president of Dekalb a research inc., Dekalb 111., which claims to be the nations largest producer erf hybrid seed spoke Friday after a meeting in Washington with agriculture Secretary Clifford m. Hardin. Del d. Walker president of the american seed Trade association and Bead of Funk Brothers seed ch., Bloomington 111., said Quot reports that the entire com seed crop was in Unow of being wiped out by the blight Are greatly last week a group of scientists and seed producers meeting at the University of Georgia a hid the spread of the Leaf fungus blight from the deep South to the Midwest Corn Belt could destroy 50 per cent of the nations crop this year. Sen. Allen j. Ellender d-la., chairman erf the Senate agriculture committee supported the Washington seed Grain producers Friday in quoting ranking agriculture department officials As saying losses May not exceed 5 per cent. But in Illinois state and University agriculture experts estimated that 25 to 90 per cent of the states Corn crop might be lost to the fungus. Illinois produced 853 million bushels of come about one fifth the nations total last year. Experts in Minnesota Iowa Ohio Indiana arid other com producing states said it was too Early to be sure How serious the damage would be. A com shortage could bring higher prices to Consumers for Many items including eggs and meat. Roberts said a study found some damage in Southern Illinois Indiana and Ohio but that in most places the com was mature enough to escape significant damage. Or. B. F. Janson an Ohio state University Plant pathologist said that 75 per cent of the state s com crop could be wiped out if the weather is Rainy humid and the temperatures Are in the 80s for the next month. He added however that he did not expect such severe damage. 1l x l. C. Mcgill . Mcgill gets new City Post Jimmy Tyer recreation director has announced that Leonard Clarence Mcgill a resident of 128 West sixth Street has been named director of the Bridge Street recreation Center. The new Center director is a graduate of Booker t. Washington High school in Dunne lion Fla. He graduated in 1966 from st Augustine s College with a . In health and physical education where he played varsity football track arid Tennis he previously was an instructor in the Beaufort c unto school system from september 1966 to june 1969 he was last employed. With Fiander s filters. He has previously worked during one summer season at the Bridge Street recreation Center. Mcgill is 27 years old married and has two children Aldridge Speaks nags head n. C. Aid a Irvin Aldridge director of the North Carolina department of local affairs says unemployment is one the increase in the state and has reached 113,000. The unemployment situation he said Friday Quot will make it increasingly difficult for unskilled or Semi skilled workers and hard Core unemployed to find Job Quot when trained workers Are being Laid off there is Little Hope for the others a he told the North Carolina Community action association. A Raleigh a North car Olinar a juvenile correction paroles and probation agencies Are opposed to tentative plans to place them under a new department of correction in the reorganization of slate govern ment. A subcommittee of the governor s committee on reorganization of state government heard officials of the three agencies express their views at a bearing Friday. A tentative blueprint has been drawn that would group the states administrative departments boards and commissions into 20 Cabinet level agencies. The proposed new department of correction would include the present correction department the probation commission Board of paroles and depart ment of juvenile correction. Wade Brown. Paroles Board chairman indicated he would strongly prefer that his department continue As an Independent Agency. Probation director w h. Gibson and commission chairman v. H. S Burgwyn or told Thea Ommittee the judiciary is. The Only logical place for the probation Agency. They noted lie courts already control the process of deciding who goes on probation. Officials of the juvenile correction department and its governing Board urged that their Agency be placed under a proposed department of human affairs this department would include the states health social services mental health mental retardation and various smaller related agencies. Tobacco Box score the Washington tobacco Market yesterday sold 2x7.b9h pounds of tobacco for $202,637.48 for an average of $70.43 per i my pounds. The Washington Market for the first week has sold ,312.952 pounds of tobacco for $939,345.70 for an average of $71,54 per 100 pounds Hilly Dawson supervisor says Quot we had a Good week and we expect another Good week beginning on monday.7 on monday first Sale goes to Talley warehouse second Sale goes to Hassell warehouse third Sale goes to sermons warehouse. Mid East violations israelis claim stronger evidence he the associated press Israel claims it has new Quot irrefutable evidence that eff rpt is Quot continuing grave violation of the Middle East cease fire by moving More Sam antiaircraft a missiles closer to the Suez Ca i my Quot the complaint the fourth such since the cease fire went into effect at Midnight aug. 7, was based on material gathered thursday Israel said the israeli military command Aid the evidence indicates Quot the construction of missile batteries and other preparations work still in Progress Quot within 20 Miles of the canal. The terms of the truce bar new military deploy ment within 30 Miles of the waterway there was no egyptian comment on tile charges Egypt has refused to acknowledge any of israelis charges of cease fire in Washington the state department dismissed an Egypt Tian protest against american surveillance of the cease fire by u2 spy planes and satellites Egypt called such flights a Quot pretext for espionage a but state department spokesman Robert j. Mccloskey said the United states had received no official statement on the matter from Egypt and would continue the state department also said there is reason for Hope that indirect peace talks mediated by envoy Gunnar v. Jarring will begin soon perhaps by next week. Mccloskey Indi rated that jarring might have word by Early in the week on the site or diplomatic level of the talks indirect talks Are the next stage of the Middle East peace plan proposed by the United states and accepted by Israel Egypt and Jordan in new a Fork. Israel s chief . Delegate Yosef Tekoah met with jarring and said when asked if the negotiations would Start by next week Quot its difficult Lor me to the st Ftp a official Cairo newspaper al a rim says Egypt has instructed its chief . Dele Gate of Nied Hasaan Elzay Yat to press for new York As the site for the peace talks. Israel has told jarring it would prefer that the talks be held on Cyprus but a spokesman said the desire was not a an absolute reports from the lebanese capital of Beirut and the Jorde Man capital of Amman medicated that relations Between Egypt and Iraq were a Worsen Iraq has denounced egyptian acceptance of the peace initiative
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