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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - August 29, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy with considerable Hare through sunday highs sunday upper we lows h tonight mostly 80s. Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial 94 2145 Between i 10 and 7 00 o clock and one will be delivered in you established 1909 eight pm age a Washington North Carolina saturday afternoon. August 29, 1970 daily except sunday North vietnamese Viet Cong within six Miles of capital i a i i in Vietnam county May r und win Mayo says an we a look oved damaged Road of Ciiab watch it state Highway commission employ fill a Low spot on the Fairfi Ekl Engelh amp re Road in Hyde county after Arthur Tripp of Greenville District Highway commissioner announced a special allocation of f�250.000 for rebuilding the Road which has been extensively damaged by heavy truck use. Shown from left Are Tripp with grandson. Leon Balia Nee chairman of the Hyde county Board of commissioners rep. W. R. Roberson. Rep. Archie uhrus and Ashley b. Futrell. Staff photo Attora High o in scheduled William p Mayo attorney for the Beaufort county Board of f Airfield Engelhard $250,000 allocation a i. Made for Hyde Road by Tom Spencer managing editor Fairfield a District Highway commissioner Arthur Tripp of Greenville announced Friday a special allocation of $250,000 from surplus funds by governor Bob Scott and the state Highway commission for rebuilding Rural paved Road 1311 from Fairfield to near Engelhard. Tripp said plans Call for completely rebuilding the Road which runs from n. C. 94 at Fairfield along the North Side of Mattam skeet Lake to the location of a Wood Chip Plant Northwest of Engelhard owned aria operated by Georgia Timberland inc. He said the project is expected to Cost about $800,000 when completed. The Road built As a farm to Market Road is now heavily used by log trucks going to and from the Georgia Timberland Mill which have broken the Asphalt top in places and left it rough and in a poor state of repair. The Georiga company with its North Carolina operations headquartered at Engelhard is one of the largest industries in Hyde county. Tripp made the announcement before a gathering of about 100 Hyde county poli Cital and business leaders. Visitors from outside the county included the districts legislative representatives w. R. Roberson of Washington and Archie Burras of Manteo and senator elect Ashley b. Futrell of Washington. Other visitors from Beaufort county included Columbus Snow of Washington and Fernie laughing House and Allen Swindell of Pantego. Leon Ballance chairman of a trucks damage Road heavily loaded log trucks such As this one have caused extensive damage to Rural Road 1311 in Hyde county necessitating rebuilding at an estimated Cost of $800,000. The Road which runs along the a North Side of Mattam skeet Lake serves a Wood Chip Plant owned and operated by Georgia Timberland inc., one of Hyde a largest industries l staff photo toe Hyde county Board of commissioners said the Road project will mean much to the economic development of the area As Hyde county continues to develop and utilize its Forest farm and water resources Ballance told Tripp that the officials and people of Hyde county appreciate the action taken by governor Scott and the Highway commission in providing the funds to get work started on improving the Fairfield Engelhard Road. A Highway official at the meeting said the contract for the work would probably be let in the Spring. A the giant in the Easi Nas begun to move a a Ballance declared adding that Quot we need this Road to move with an eve growing Eastern North a Ballance presided Over the announcement program. Also on hand were Hyde county a two other county com missioners Tommy Jones of Fairfield and Leonard Smith of Swan Quarter. Both echoed Ballance a remarks concerning the appreciation of the county for the action by the governor in providing funds for the project. Tripp told the gathering that without the special allocation by the governor funds would not be available for the project through regular channels. The Highway commissioner said this was one of several special allocations for projects in Rural Eastern counties by the governor and shows his interest in the East. Following the official announcement at sadlers Motel near the injunction of n. C. 94 and the Engelhard Road just North of the Mattam skeet causeway those in attendance were feted at a lunch at Cora bus to we House by the East Carolina Bank and Hyde county. Roy Clarke executive vice president of the Engelhard based Bank said the Bank is interested in seeing better roads come into the area because they spell economic development. Ballance told Tripp that Hyde see Road. Page 8 Aurora High school or set to open the 1970-71 school year with teachers beginning work on August 31 at 8 15 and students coming on september 1 from 8 30 . To 12 00 . Starting september 2. Students will observe the regular 8 15 to 3 05 school Day. On september 2, the cafeteria will begin serving wholesome balanced meals at a cos of 35 cents per student student fees Are As follows elementary school fees a instructional supplies 75 cents Library 50 cents physical education 50 cents insurance optional a a school Day one hour before one hour after$2.25 insurance optional 24 hour coverage$15 50. High school fees a Library 50 cents physical education 50 cents agriculture $3 Home economics $2 bookkeeping $2.50 typing $5 per semester$10 office practice t.$5 per semester $10 science 50 cents chemistry lab. Manual $1.75 physics lab. Manual $1.75 club dues $1 locker 25 cents bricklaying $2.50 insurance optional a school Day one hour before one hour after$2.25 insurance optional 24 hour coverage$15.50. Of interest to parents and students will be the opening of a science lab. Also a learning lab is presently being organized for the Benefit of students and adults. Students will be Able to supplement courses being taken or to study entirely new ones through the learning lab adults May take courses offered by the lab for personal interest or personal advancement from High school diplomas to College credits. Twenty one teachers have been employed for the new school year including four new ones. Also an additional teachers aide a new janitor. _ see Aurora Page amp t . Said today advise to the Brand concerning the win program is to a go ahead and fund win with the idea of eventual phase out of the program a. Mayo said this seemed to be the direct Ron of the com4 missioners but cautioned that they could still deride against funding. The attorneys remarks came after an associated press report today that attorneys for six n. C. Counties including Beaufort which have refused to put up their share of fund for win would meet to decide on a response to a wit by the state against Jones county the other counties involved m the report Are Craven. Forsyth. Guilford and Gaston Mayo said hot k a nothing about the meeting and explained that Beaufort county was not involved at toe present time in any Legal assistance on either Side of the Issue wyth any other county. He said if the courts decision in the Jones county Case goes against Jones he will advise t the Beaufort commissioners to follow the courts ruling. But he. Denied Beaufort county was in Way involved in the Case. The suit against Jones is the first court test of a county a right to refuse to allocate Matching funds for a welfare program. It involves the controversial work incentive win program. Beaufort county also refused Sec win Page 8 Pinetown schools set to open Ward m. Woolard principal of the Pinetown elementary school announces the school is scheduled and ready to open with a teacher staff orientation Day monday August 31, and Pupil orientation Day tuesday. Buses will operate tuesday with school taking in at 8 25 and dismissing at 12 noon. A regular school Day will be held on wednesday with school dismissing at 3 15 . The lunchroom will be open on this Day. Students lunches will be 30 cents for grades 1-6, and 35 cents for grades 7-8 adult lunches will Cost 45 cents. On tuesday Pupil orientation Day a Short will tie held in the auditorium at 9.00 . Upon returning to the rums fees will be paid books issued assignments made and guidance service rendered. Faculty assignments by grades Are As follows see Pinetown. Page 8 sex i e killed try 1&Quot be Williams v�,mm-13.1 a i fat w Filer red Cross ttl.oodmorile�?41 re id Mitchell president of the Beaufort county red Cross chapter and Robert Mac Kenzie Campaign chairman announce the coming visit 4 the bipod mob Ilc monday August 31, and again tuesday. September 1, hours go. Mond,.v will it from 12 00 to w 00 . And on tuesday from 10 00 to 4 no p of at he Parish House of st or torn a episcopal Church ii is main contributions of blow from Beaufort county la i year were 8?h pints. Residents of the count it a Immy 819 pints during the a ame period at hospitals in North Carolina. Virginia and Mary land. The quota for the two Days copying up is 150 pints staff photo by Litchfield it guarding Livatt a Merican Sovie t Force sound idea phenom penh. Cambodia tap North vietnamese and viol Cong forces moved to within six i Lei it phenom Perth today in their closest major at tack vet to the cambodian Capi Lal. In Vietnam North vietnamese forces tolled six americans and wounded it m the won st ambush in at least four months the a Shutt in Cambodia was at the Village of Moat Krasas Karo. Six Mitos Northeast of the capita if did not appear timed to Romerie w do vice president Spiro t Agnew s visit Fonda to phenom penh the attack began seven hours after Agnew had left Cambodia Lor Thailand prior to the. Vice president s arrival a general Lull was reported in the five month old cambodian War maj am Hong Thyl spokesman said the North Vietnam a a and Viet Cong troops bombarded government positions with mortars through the night at Daybreak he said the in Etna forces mounted another assault cambodian forces were reported prov tag into the Region and fighting was continuing at last report there was no word of casualties Allied warplanes bombed and strafed the enemy positions id efforts to push bark the ass do the air support included Cam Horiah fighter fat Mefs and either or South vietnamese a . Ars beg declined pm t pcs stir tar in i ninth Marion associated press writer Washington i put tin concept of a joint Security Force in the Middle East was not just an idea which popped up by coincidence in a. Briefing at the Western White House. To the contrary it has been discussed thoroughly by the add ministration s Middle East exports a us a this conclusion results from research in the Wake of the mostly Cool read Ion which fat Lowed the suggestion by High government officials i the uni ted states and the soviet Union establish such a Force to guarantee peace Between Israel and the arabs. The idea is not new special is Sof the area explain most of them firmly believe a peace keeping course in the Middle Quot is an absolute must and there seem Only two was such a course can be formed Muk Uilk in troops from smaller nations preferably uncommitted in East West differences. This idea got a a heavy blow in May 4907. Two weeks before the israeli a Arab War broke jul when Lac United nations withdrew its emergency Force from the mid die East without an argument when requested by Egypt a president Nasser the Len emergency Futon do about 3.4 8 men from India Canada. Yugoslavia Sweden Brazil. Norway and Denmark a had formed a Buffer Between egyptian and israeli forces since 1956. If. N secret Ary a men eral 1,1 Thant is . I it Rihl snarl for having complied with serbs request. American officials behave More diplomatically but it is no secret the United states w asap called by Thant a attitude and still finds Little pleasing about his activities of tack of them in the Middle East crisis a because of what happened in i a Mia with the in Force com pcs jul id soldiers furn even. big a of Tel scr Power it is inconceivable that Israel would again accept Tarot fat ith1 for. Idea Wilry informed sources in Saigon said Thryl Tad i reports of american air support in the Attoa. There have two several hat sea in the pick Tamchak area %. Including a three Day tight ear iter this week the North vow do Yaniese and Viet Long Ippi entry Are trying to Gan a foothold there from which to harass the Stonom in nth area the Mekong River provides a _ natural harrier to. Enemy ground attack my phenom penh itself although the capital still would Lee within reach of rockets and mortars in Saigon the . Command reported that North \ and Viet Uong forces Matni bed infantry univ ism co Quot a a Voy 205 nuts theasis of the. South vietnamese Cape tol kill. Ing six americans and wounding 2fi under a Volley a a tar Cine gun and Rifle fire and rocket propelled grenades. The Ampudi puget of i to to hour fight during which i s. Helicopter guns vips Rake i the enemy position but head que a ters said Only two enemy were known dead find one Ake Pri it Oner Pijie to by toi nations a lib go a it so i american officials stayed a a the lesson of 1107 find hic in a a a atty see .-Sdvl Klik Page i. We my ii Dud Chi id top trip gunship Way she Down trying to break up Thor a ii wish Quot and that the americium casual ties of glinted fiyut Crew nth to killed and one minded. Kenneth b. Hoyle mid East fighting Nixon s welfare pushing school set guerrillas hit Jordan a capital n Ion by Joe Hall associated press writer Washington apr president Nixon a latest push for his welfare Reform Bill May Speed up Senate finance committee action on. It. But the Basic tug of War Over the disputed legislation appears unchanged. That was toe View today of a some of toe Bill a Senate sup porters who said privately they do not think the presidents statement will remove the opposition of conservatives on finance. This belief is based on the fact that under the modification accepted by Nixon the new family assistance plan still would go into effect nationally Jan. 1, 1972. These backers said however they remain confident the committee eventually will report a Bill and the Senate will pass it. A a Nixon a announcement that he would accept the amendment of sen. Abraham a. Ribicoff d-conn., in an Effort to Speed action on his proposal would have two effects a the assistance plan would go into effect nationally six months later than originally planned. As the Bill passed the House the Date would be july 1, 1971. However administration officials already had told finance the mid-1971 time was impracticable because there has been so much delay on the Bill. A there would be three Field tests of the program during 1971 to work the bugs out. The administrations previous position was that tests already under Way would be sufficient. These tests being conducted by the office of economic Opportunity in new Jersey and Pennsylvania involve a key new feature Nyrhe Iury payments to the working poor. Nixon said he. Regards this plan As a the most important piece of Domestic legislation proposed by this the president said he is a gravely troubled by the Senate delay. To begin second year the Pamlico Community school Here will open its set quid. Virginia death Mary Ellen Etheridge Winslow died thursday night in Norfolk Virginia. Surviving Are her husband Elb Cras Winslow one son one brother and a sister. Mrs Virginia Etheridge Benner of Washington. Funeral services will be held sunday at 2 . From Norfolk Gertral United Church of Christ. Year monday aug. 31, it was announced today. Classes will begin at 8 20 and will be dismissed at 2 45 . Meanwhile it has been announced by or. Robert e Sandy president of the Board of trustees that Kenneth b Hoyle has been named headmaster for the coming school year. Hoyle of 5321 Coronado drive Raleigh has served As assistant coordinator of tre i Esea state department of Public instruction for the past four years he resigned effective August 21 to accept this new position. Service for tax purposes. Tiv the associated press the Central Telephone and just office building in the capital of Jordan was Battle scarred but quiet today after a night of bitter fighting Between palestinian guerrillas and jordanian army a area government troops not or kept out of sight. The fight Fig began three hours after the closing Essi it Gnu of the Palestine National Conn cil. The palestinian parliament in exile. The Council issued a firm n a see Pamlico Page 8 the government issued no communique on the incident but the palestinians reported two guerrillas killed the commandos were in control of the building at one Point but report edly withdrew on orders from guerrilla chieftain Yasir Arafat. The Street outside the Post office was littered with broken Glass and plaster this morning. The Walls of nearby buildings were pockmarked with Bullet holes. Hardly a window was left intact in the Glass facade of the building located on one of am Many a main streets. Guerrillas in patrol cars cruised elsewhere in the capital today but avoided the Post office Section of the american peace initiative in the Middle East u also warned against plots to Liq. Update the palestinian revolution according to one guerrilla the shooting started when members of the Radical popular. Democratic front tried to put up a poster near the Post office urging Actton against a reaction Ary groups in the Jordan regime the organization had presented this proposal at a meeting of the councils Central committee but it was not adopted there was sporadic machine gun fire for two hours and guerrillas fired three rockets at government forces. It was the latest in ii series of confrontation Between the jordanian government. Which has a i it opted the plan for peace in the Middle East and the guerrillas who have denounced it and pledged to sabotage it. Early in june before the United states proposed the cease fire plan commandos dashed with jordanian troops in Amman in Battles that resulted by some 1,000 deaths the fighting did not end until King Hussein agree tto a list of guerrilla demands Arafat Leader of the a1 Fatah guerrilla organization told toe delegates to the guerrilla Council that three commandos had been killed in a raid on Israel thursday but that a the enemy took Many casualties. This is our answer to the peace plan and All surrender in Jerusalem israeli foreign minister Abba Eban called for an a honorable compromised in in speech directed toward the arabic people. Speaking fluent arabic Over israeli radio and television. Eban said a in a state of peace Israel does not aspire to hold Allf Utaras now under its control. An Hon Oracle Compromise is possible and necessary a he said Gad located coexistence Between Israel and the Arab states and the negotiation of permanent secure boundaries for Israel he said Israel would be willing to go amp tip of Fly Mitory it gained in the 19$7 Mito die East War but he gave no details u n special envoy Llu Tinar jarring of Sweden. Who is mediating the negotiations had no appointments Friday but a spokesman said he a is continuing his work and consultations. A in Alma Ata 2,000 Miles Southeast of Moscow soviet a see mid East Page 8>
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