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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - December 14, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather v Arta me Rlou diners that Jugh sunday with scattered 9bvm-j or late tonight pm Fang Sun Day. Crater monday. Lows tonight 49a High sunday 90�. Washington daily news if you do not got your paper ,. Dial 44-2145 Between. A it a t of o clock and cml will be delivered to you in Flag in Pagh . Netth cafe Una my May Aust emote duct Msty us a a few sunday on program a principal figures at the dedication of a new run tan club building at Bath sunday included top photo from left 0. J Gaylord a past president and a former District governor Tom Downing National Secretary Harry Adams a past present and former District governor Grover Boyd club Secretary and Frank Kellum past National rur Ltan president. In photo at right John Bishop outgoing president presents the keys to the new building to Jesse Buck incoming president. Jaw a Tara we intent Tow a a work9 happiness9 9 Bath puritans dedicate new club House sunday Bath a tone Twenty-three1 % married Yean ago a group of Farmers and businessmen in this Community got together to form the Bath Puritan club to promote a better relationship Between themselves and to1 serve the Community. At about the same time several of these men began dreaming of a club House which Bachelor in town a John Bishop chairman of the building committee told those at the ceremonies As he thanked the Many with a whose hard work and happiness working together we built this building a Tom Downing representing the citizenship and patriotism committee and a co founder of government for our welfare a a he continued pointing to the new club House As an example of How citizens could and should return to the inner Security and self sufficiency in the Rural Community a which has always been the Backbone of great civilizations Frank Kellam of Virginia Beach past president Puritan place and provide the town with a building for social and Community gatherings. Chib Lead off the National delivered the ceremony explaining that a real citizenship was displayed by All who had a part in this because sunday some of these time v twi built list your elves with no men got together with other outside help. Townspeople to dedicate this building they recently completed. Themselves. A my wife said. I was the Only Downing said a this great nation was built with the old philosophy of self Reliance. We too often turn today to the dedicatory address. A the greatest thing this club has done is to provide education for the Young and this new building will further provide a place for Community activity and leadership Quot Kellam commented. A the efforts of this see puritans Page w in stomach Nixon plugs nature plus Man for his welfare plan May cause cancer i by g c Thelen or. Associated press writer Washington apr new research Points to the possibility that a chemical manufactured in human stomachs from elements used in some food preservatives and medicines causes cancer according to scientists at the University of Nebraska. Doctors at the University a Eppley Institute for cancer research in Omaha base their findings on experiments in which they say lung cancer was produced in 65 to 90 per cent of mice fed Large amounts of nitrite often used As a food preservatives and three types of secondary amines which Are protein building blocks and used in several medicines. The scientists also say 15 per cent of the tutors were malignant. The work done by drs. Melvin Greenblatt and Sidney Mirvish indicated that nitrite and some amines Combine in the stomach of mice to form a substance known As nitrosamine. This chemical then enters the blood Stream and causes the lung tutors. Nitrite is permitted by the government As a curing and preservative chemical in smoked fish canned Ham Corn beef frankfurters luncheon meats and some sausages. It is also found naturally in vegetables particularly beets spinach and celery. Secondary amines Are found in cereals Tea tobacco and bread and meat Flavouring agents. They make up More than 200 medicines including Tranquili Zers aesthetics heart drugs and diabetes treatments experts say. It is also believed they Are released from protein binding when fish and meat Are cooked. The Greenblatt Mirvish findings Are the first confirmation and an Extension of German research published in 1968 that showed mammals could make nitrosamine when fed the separate components scientists have since speculated nitrosamine is the likeliest candidate for the Universal cancer causing chemical. A a nitrosamine seem to be a see food. Page 10 British electrical workers All off Power slowdown Khrushchev says missiles sent Christmas to Cuba to Stop . Invasion bail on by the associated Presa new York apr Nikita Khrushchev in the last irate 11 ment of the reminiscences attributed to him says the soviet government in 1962 installed enough missiles in Cuba to. De a Rey new yen. Tutop Mother american Industrial cities a not to mention a Little Village like Washington Quot but the account. A Khrushchev remembers part Fly a to the dec. Is Issue of life says the soviet was to keep the United states from invading Cuba not to Start a War. It says the Bay of pigs invasion in april im1, con Vihon i Prei Milf Quot Ihil soviet missiles should he installed in the communist Island the reminiscences also say president John f Kennedy appealed to Khrushchev to order the missiles removed in the 1962 Titi Benibe he of bowl i Matt tary takeover in the United slates. And that Khrushchev complied Only after obtaining assurances there would be no . to invade Cuba a the Caribbean crisis was a. Triumph of soviet foreign policy and a personal Triumph of my own career a Quot Khrushchev is quoted As saying. In another article in the mag a Lino an american doctor says Khrushchev told him last year that after Francis Gary Powers 112 plane Wai shot Down in soviet territory in to he Quot was no longer in full control. Its Terri Ltd jkitt�rftft1iotm- pm Rete tic intentions and that military strength was the most important thing had the evidence they needed. A a the Ili tor Mcgehee Harvey director of the department of Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore went to the soviet Union last year for a medical . A Mem her of the 8s5es5� family the Khrushchev re Tois crows say that president Ken Nedy during the it Bette Mats sent hts brother Robert then the attorney general to see so Virt ambassador Anatoly Doh i non so tastes told the am Baa radar a flit president is in a grave condition. And or does not know How to get out of it. We Are uniter pressure from our military to use Force against Cuba. President Kennedy implores chairman Khrushchev to take into consideration the be see Khrushchev. Page 101 by Kenneth i. Pay aarae taxed pres writer London it a it a Britain s detect steal wot Hufi called off their Power slowdown today assuring 89 million or Ito of a t hristr11 i s with 11 go t Shea t a and High court Muskie is front runner for demo nomination turns to Job rights. A a 50 a a by Barry Schweid associated press writer Washington a the supreme court turned today to two new Testa of the rights of negroes to move up on the Job and to approach social Equality. In one Case a group of North Carolina Black workers Are trying to wipe out intelligence examinations and educational requirements they say have kept them from advancing to bet tar paying jobs in the other a handful of Mississippi Blacks Are trying to Force Jackson officials to open 2ugola t a a it. In courts ordered them itus grated in both instances the Blacks have the important and vigorous support of the Justice department though the government is not participating directly in the bearing. Together the cases will Meas ure the High courts attitude in areas where discrimination if it exists is on a More sophisticated plateau. The Black workers Are from Draper n.c., where the Duke Power co. Has a generating Plant there the Blacks say they Are Bozen into inferior jobs because they cannot pass tests or produce academic credentials that have nothing to do with the better jobs they Are seeking. Jack Greenberg general editor s note who is going to Challenge for the White House on behalf of the democratic party in 1972 is already a dominant political question the following dispatch the first of five considers Edmund s. Muskie a Onee obscure Maine senator who is now the front runner for the party s 1972 presidential Nomi nation. By Walter r. Mears and Carl p. Lel Bosdorf a political writers Washington a two years and a Long Campaign away from the ultimate goal set. Edmund 3 Muskie is the front runner the target the democrats presidential pros pert with the most to lose he delights in the Rote. His formal announcement of candidacy will not come for a while but it will come. It is Only a matter of Muskie of Maine is on the move speaking out More sharply and quickly on major developments at Home and overseas planning to travel abroad a probably next month seeking to enhance his foreign policy credentials every Likely rival acknowledges Muskie a Long Lead toward the 1972 nomination sen. Edward m Kennedy of Massachusetts said it May be All but insurmountable one Public it platen poll shows Muskie running ahead of presi its a a contender Page 10� Hen. My Skie rabies vaccine shows Success by Margaret Scherf associated press writer Washington a branding the welfare system a a consuming monstrous inhuman outrage a. A president Nixon has called for passage of Iris family assistance plan before Congress adjourns. Quot for the Senate to adjourn without enacting this measure would be a tragedy of missed Opportunity Quot Nixon said sunday night As he opened the once a decade White House conference on children. The legislation which would set an income floor for a family of four at 21,600 a year has been passed by the House but is mired in the Senate. A in terms of its consequences for children a the president said a i think it can fairly be said to be the most important piece of social legislation in our nations history a a in his speech Nixon also said the Federal government cannot solve All the problems hampering the welfare of the nations 56 Quot we shall do our Best to meet our responsibility in those see meeting Page 10 a a st a court mgr Ira bulletins Washington a the Senate foreign relations committee approved today president Nixon a request to Sand Aid to Cambodia. But it coupled the action with Sharp restrictions and disclaimed any . Commitment to defend that nation the committee adopted a revised form of the Cooper Church h amendment approved by the Senate last june but stalemated in conference by House opposition barring advisers and instructors As Well As american ground combat troops from Cambodia Washington a president Nixon announced today that Secretary of the Treasury David m. Kennedy is resigning his Post feb. 1 and will be succeeded by former governor John Connally a Texas Democrat. Kennedy is not leaving the administration but will become the country s ambassador at Large under Secretary of state William b. Rogers. Father Dies Willie Larue Smith of 852 Sheppard place n. E. Atlanta ga., father of mrs. Robert w South of Zion Church rectory died saturday at de Kaib county Hospital Atlanta following an illness of several weeks. Or. Smith age 91 years suffered injuries in a recent fall funeral services will be held at the Patterson Chapel tuesday at 11 30 a.m., with the Rev. Or Grimes officiating burial will be in West View cemetery. Surviving Are his wife and two daughters mrs. South and miss Elanor e. Smith of Wamer Robbins a. Washington a a Philadelphia scientist reported today a new rabies vaccine has shown dramatic Success in Laboratory animals perhaps opening the door for Protection of humans before and after exposure to the deadly virus. Quot the Way is now open to clinical human trials with these preparations a said or. T. J. Wiktor of the Wistar Institute. Be available that can be used in Man both prevent ively and after exposure to rabies. A a one injection of the new vaccine several hours after infection in animals including monkeys prevented death he said humans bitten or scratched by Rabid animals now have to undergo painful treatment of up to 14 daily injections directly into the stomach the new vaccine produced from rabies viruses multiplying in animal tissues inside test Ubes is much purer and speeds production of antibodies which fight the infection he said present vaccines Are made from the tissue of animal brains or Bird embryos infected with viruses. In a separate report by two Swiss scientists to an International conference on vaccines drs m. Abdussalam and k. To gel of Geneva said present rabies vaccines Are outdated. A although the vaccination of persons exposed to rabies was one of the earliest immunization attempts and has been widely practice for decades the a procedure re main archaic and Gaierty re elected by lawmen the mid East Law enforcement planning division met in Williamston tuesday night dec 8, to approve a set of by Laws and elect officers Harry a Hagerty of Greenville was re elected chairman John swam of dangerous Quot they said. At the same conference sponsored by the pan american health organization a former medical researcher forecast development of vaccines against several Mere viruses during the 1970sa the next decade should see the development of vaccines against individual acute viral diseases of the respiratory tract chickenpox and perhaps hepatitis with possible begin cer it a rings toward the control of can professional cer and certain chronic degenerative diseases a said or. Maurice r Hilleman who first alerted the United states to the imminence of an asian flu outbreak More than 10 years ago. Vice chairman and Phillip l. Paul Wax re elected Secretary treasurer appointments to the policy Board from Twenty seven municipalities and five counties included town or City Law enforcement officers county Law enforcement officers representatives from town or City and county administrative branches judges a solicitor a parole officer a probation of social service a mental health professional a Highway Patr officer student representatives laymen and minority group representatives. Four delegates from each of five counties were see Law. Page 16� i her fart litter they Mii Iai in a week of Brownout Unten negotiator Frank Chappie announced the Surprise after a Marathon session with the government and its electricity Council As Quot an act Good Faith with the nation a the differences Between s Union seeking 25 per cent More pay Anda Council willing to give Only 10 per cent remained even a National court of inquiry to recommend a peace formula remained Uncertain. The 129.000 Power station workers wanted absolution from blame the government wanted to make certain the British Economy did t suffer and fes Refl setting off spies Long inflation. Employment minister Robert Carr scheduled another negotiating session with the Union. A for the moment said Chappie Quot we have taken the Opportunity for everyone to have second thoughts on the Situa a turn we Are making an act of Good Faith with this Chappie said the unions have been unfairly accused Public irritation has been mounting As rolling Dimotta snuffed out the lights across Britain. Britain breathed with Relief As they renewed their Christmas shopping in stores where the lights no longer glittered on merchandise displays and of teen i ted tre it s 1 Ltd and rather forlorn tim1 emergency was t Over the dim outs still rolled across the country. But no later than Christmus eve the Public Hap a Pill calculated All Lac lights would he buying normally in the hospitals and the Homes of the aged where electricity meant heal against the near freezing cold it bite of the dim mite was More mini thing the tse Power Page 10v Norman rites a a slated Here funeral services for Russell w Norman age 48, will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home wednesday at 3 . Conducted by the Rev e e. Edward and the Rev. Rufus h. Walker Bunal will follow in the Edwards cemetery it. I Choco witty. His nephews will serve As Patetto Mareri Tite family will be at the Home of or. And mrs Charlie w. Grissom Gray Road it. 1, Chocowinity. Or Norman a former resident of Beaufort county died in a san Pedro Calif Hospital Friday following a Brief illness. He was a Veteran of world War ii and was retired from the . Maritime service. Surviving Are his Mother four Brothers and three Sisters. Santa the doctor hazards Lurk in Christmas toys editor s note hazards May Lurk in Christmas toys. This dispatch from the a special assignment team tells parents what to watch for. By g. David Wallace associated press writer Washington a soft cuddly animals which Harbor barbed Teeth or wire in their ears. Toy weapons which can damage a child shearing noisemakers which can easily become dislodged and be swallowed. V these Are examples of hazards which private and government organizations say parents should watch for when they buy Christmas toys this Holiday season president Nixon a consumer assistants Virginia Knauer warned parents last week to examine carefully the toys they give children. Quot Santa Claus should not be followed by a visit to the doctor a she said. The food and drug administration has negotiated changes or termination of 24 toys this year and proposed Banning four others. Consumers Union has petitioned the courts to require that the government ban five others. As the biggest toy buying season of the year approached. Mrs. Knauer suggested that the Best Way to make sure toys Are Safe is for parents to examine them carefully. And Morris Kaplan technical director for Consumers Union has warned that manufacturers agreements to Stop Selling toys cited by the government As unsafe Are not assurances that the toys Arentt still around. They can stay in the marketplace for months or years said Kaplan. One yardstick of the dangers inherent in some toys is the list of 24 on which the Fra has acted unofficially since the toy safety act became Law in january a in a toy clarinet the Agency found a four Inch Metal pin with a Sharp Point which could tear flesh the Point was made Blunt. A lenses in toy sunglasses were found Strong enough to alter a child s vision. The manufacturer stopped distribution. A the Point on an electric Wood burning set exploded when plugged in. The Point was redesigned. A a stuffed dog contained a nose anchored by Sharp Teeth and eyes which could be removed and possibly swallowed the firm stopped using the style of nose and eyes. A the noise of a Cap pistol Hurt children a eardrums the pistol was discontinued a a bottle of play electric shave lotion was contaminated with bacteria. The firm retained a Laboratory to Monitor future shipments other dangers cited in the National commission on product safety s final report this summer included electrical toys which become hot enough to Burn children or presented Shock hazards. The commission also was critical of High Rise bicycles noting that the number of injuries associated with bicycles in general amounts to 1 million a year. This compares with 700,000 toy related injuries and another a
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