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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - December 22, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy Mommi wednesday and Chanca at Nhym a Ltd Anner wednesday night Pyjar to surf to of two who a wed a in Dav near to Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial 94145 Between a in and ? 00 of clock and Ana win be a it Varad to Yucai a Rcpt to Gest w5h�klc,, North Cap Una tuesday a t to 0noon 77 we Dally in capt sunday vote Power youth ready move in to Scott wants uniform voting age 91st Congress heading Home by John Stowell Ansert ated prom or her Washington Cap a youth oriented political group moved quickly today to grab a share of the potential 11 million new voters enfranchised by the supreme court decision allow ers a said Oregon atty Gen Lee Johnson who had argued before the court against lowering the voting age shortly after the courts 5 to 4 decision on Federal election was announced sen Edward m. Kennedy a potential demo by Reese Mart associated Presa writer Raleigh a gov Bob Scott said today he is inclined to feel Quot we should make it uni form Quot for 18-year Olds to vote in All elections in North Carolina. Quot if it is going to require complicated procedures for 18-year Olds to vote in National Scott told a news con holding Promise oratory ident and congressmen the Young Republican nation al chairman. Ron romans said his organization has a National registration program on paper and a Pilot program under Way to two states to computerize the names of 18 to 21-year-Olds for a sign up drive. The National Young democrats said it was joining with other youth groups in a Campaign Quot to Register those millions whose vote can bring about social change reordering of National priorities and increased support for their Point of state elections officiate complained meanwhile that monday s action will result in expense and confusion because the court refused to lower the1 voting age to 18 in state and local elections Quot this will be administratively difficult and will result in considerable Cost to the tax pay 1972. Said he Wilt move quickly for1 Senate approval of a constitutional amendment applying it to state and local election provisions of the 1970 Federal voting rights act upheld by the Seurt set Ion. Tak a feet Jan. 1. Many state officiate said the courts decision will require separate registration lists for voters under and Over the age of 21. Some foresaw the expensive possibility of two sets of voting machines or paper ballots the High court approved also. 8 to 1, the abolition of residency requirements of More than 30 Days for voting in presidential elections and approved unanimously the suspension of state literacy teats for five years. Some state officials said they will ask their Legislatures for a constitutional amendment lowering the voting age to 18 for All elections. Roth program at lowest level steer changing our Law to make it apply to state and local elections Quot it would be less cumbersome to the go ver nor said. He added he would want to Confer with state elections officials to see what the involved the jul supreme court voted 5-4 monday to allow 18-Yea a oids to vote for president and Congress. Meanwhile the governor said the state budget requests he will present to the 1971 general Assembly have been trimmed. Quot its a balanced he explained. Quot it will be within expected revenues Quot for the next biennium. Scott added., a it will not fund All the programs and meet All the needs there a a lot of talk to Cut Back on taxes but its go a my to be the other he said the general Assem Bly Quot will feel the pressures Quot from state agencies and depart Mente for additional Revenue on another subject Scott told newsmen he Quot want my kids to read the two Junior High a school literature test books taken out of circulation recently in Rocky mount Public by Robert a. Dobkin map military writer Washington Apen Rollent in College Roth programs source of More than half the regular officers in the armed services plummeted this year to the lowest since 1947. This Sharp decline for the second straight year is causing concern among military planners Over the future ability of the Reserve officers training corps to turn out enough officers. According to new figures compiled by the Pentagon for release later this week enrolment in army air Force and bulletins Washington a sen. Edward m. Kennedy a Mas said today North vietnamese diplomats in Paris have Given to a Washington lawyer a list of the names of 368 american prisoners of War Kennedy said the names described. By the North vietnamese As an official prisoner list were turned Over to John Knowland an attorney formerly with the department of Justice. The Massachusetts senator said he sent Knowland to Paris in response to the invitation of the North vietnamese. Kennedy said he does not know whether the list is a Complete one. He said the list Given Knowland also included the names of 20 men identified As american prisoners who died in Captivity and nine men Relea sed. It listed the Date of capture Date of death or Date of release he said. Navy Roth programs at ,502 schools during the current Aca a Demic year dropped to 109.598 this compares with 155,946 last year and 212,417 the previous year the Pentagon Hopes to re level verse the downward trend by submitting to Congress Early next year a legislative package proposing to double the number of Roth scholarships from about 15,000 a year to about 30.000. The monthly subsistence allowance paid to juniors and seniors would be doubled to $100 Roth scholarships pay for a students tuition books and other school fees but do not cover room and Board under the proposal schools also would be reimbursed for the direct costs of supporting Roth programs on their campuses if this does t work sources say the armed services May have to resort to other Means i see n Page 8 mrs. Raymond Jones passes it see Roth Page 8� Walton Burgess Dies monday mrs Betty Alice Sadler Jones age 61, a resident of 230 n. Harvey Street died monday evening in the Beaufort county Hospital following several months of declining health. Mrs. Jones was born at Hobucken oct. 14, 1909, the daughter of the late Agustus m. And Theresa Swindell Sadler she was a member of the first methodist Church. Survivors include her husband Raymond Jones of the Home two daughters mrs. James h. Wrenn of new Bern and mrs. A. H. Swain or. Of Wilson one brother Adolph Sadi or of Chocowinity five grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted wednesday at 2 00 . From the Chapel of the Stampley funeral Home by the Rev. Horace s. Garris. Burial will be in Oakdale cemetery. Belhaven a Walton c. Burgessjr. Of Lexington a native of this Community died monday in the Forsyth Hospital in Winston Salem after an illness of a few hours. He was 34 years old. Miss Aleph a. Cason passes new York Cap Chase Manhattan Bank today reduced its prime rate to 6a per cent from 7 per cent saying that there tos been a decline in Market rates and a generally moderate Quot demand for Loans in the last four weeks. Chase Tod. Initiated a drop in the prime rate the interest it charges its biggest and most creditworthy borrowers four weeks ago from 7�� to 7 per cent. Burgess a Surveyor with the North Carolina Highway commission was born Here april 14,1934, son of mrs. Alice White Burgess and the late Walton c. Burgessjr. He was a graduate of the John a. Wilkinson High school and was a member of Trinity United methodist Church Here. Surviving besides his Mother Are his wife the former Bobby Hartness of Murphy and one sister mrs Lucy Burgess of Raleigh. Funeral services will be held wednesday at 2 from the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home with the Rev. John Long and the Rev. Fred for Tom officiating. Burial will follow in the Belha Ven Community cemetery. By Lee Byrd tto a Riard pro h her Washington a aim the 91�t Congro a Brad Home tonight for a King Holiday week end Likely without offering the Nailon any thing More for Christmas but a Promise to come hark and Burn itself out in a mate of oratory a second attempt to end a fill a to turn into the 92nd on Jan Buster on fund for a supersonic 3. Trait part Plant set was the the development could poor filler a i of major piece of it usme a before the Senate today. Chaoe a were slim a Wang. That the 11 a m est vote would succeed the House meanwhile faced a decision on whether ii would or nay Mym serums problems ifs Era tons whose finances remain Hamstrung in the a rent aes Sion since All pending Mila die with adjournment and their parliamentary processing would have to begin anew til Jan 2 and possibly remove the last Hope this Congress could accomplish anything More adding to these problem Progress broke Down on several m her issues monday. Including five foreign Aid and defense Bills dealing with Southeast Asia policy hence despite the indignant prodding of i with Senate and House leaders betting was that the last major contribution of the mat Congress would he Sim president Nixon has ened to Call the new Congress into session immediately on Jan. 3. Rather than allowing it to wait until the usual Start on Jan 21 Quot we re in a Bell of a Mesa Quot allowed Veteran sen Henry m Jackson. D Wash. Himself a Annc pal in the fight to reverse the Senate s rejection of set subsidies and. Accept a $210 Mil lion Compromise the Senate s tie ups so both it Sce Row rest Page to two coast guard men Quot retire Quot Wash it nac 1 two senior coast guard officers have taken retirement rather than face courts martial for their port in the abortive defer Tion that called for court Marti Aling both men on charges of dereliction. Rut Bender said he would drop the charges if the pair re Christ Mah Symbol the ladles of st. Peter episcopal thur Chi have been his Lui Hanuka croaking the Christma by Irujo a that adorn Titi it tree a a the eur by each card on the tree i a Symbol of the Chris an message the symbols Are it raced in jewels and sparkling colors. They include several symbols representing the Cross monograms letters and ancient Symbol at god. 1 photo by Litchfield Sailor but the officers. Rear adm. William b Ellis. 56 and capt. Fletcher w Brown jr., 50, face a congressional committee next tue tidy in Tbs Che of would be defector Simas i. Kudirka Volpe noted the officers submitted retirement requests told defector. Page 81 mrs. Sam w. Boomer Dies Treblinka receives Boss life 44 needy families added late russian seamen forcibly pulled Kudirka aboard their adjacent vessel after he jumped to the guard Cutter vigilant in u s territorial Waters off Martha s Vineyard. Mass., last month. Swan Quarter a miss Aleph Ann Cason age 89, of Swan Quarter retired school teacher died in the Beaufort county Hospital monday night after a critical illness of one week. Graveside funeral services will be held wednesday at 2 . In old Cedar Grove cemetery at new Bern conducted by the Rev. Murphy Smith presbyterian minister. Miss Cason taught school for a number of years in Greensboro new Bern and in Hyde county. She was Active in All civic affairs As Long As her health permitted. A she was a member of the presbyterian Church and the Swan Quarter chapter 232, order of Eastern Star. The body will remain at the Williamson funeral Home Here and be taken to the cemetery in new Bern at the funeral hour. A. By Frank repeal f associated press writer Dusseldorf Germany Cap a Franz Stangl. The is commander of Hiller a Treblinka death Camp in Poland today of the murder of hundreds of thousands of jews and sentenced to life imprisonment. Stangl now 62, who ran Treblinka in 1942-3, was arrested in Brazil in 1967. Simon Wiesen Thal director of the Vienna jewish documentation Center and the Man who tracked Down Adolf Eichmann had. Placed Stangl third on the list of wanted nazi War criminals after Eichmann a execution in Israel the first two Hitler s Deputy Martin Bormann and Gestapo chief Heinrich Mueller still have not been accounted for. Treblinka about 66 Miles Northeast of Warsaw ranked just behind Auschwitz in the Chain of extermination Camps the nazis set up in Poland. Polish authorities say 781,000 persons died in Treblinka Between july 1942 and october 194.1 Stangl also commanded the sob ibor Camp in Poland but his activities there were not considered in the trial. He was accused of ordering the deaths of 400,000 jews and other i sons shipped to Treblinka from Poland the soviet Union France Belgium Greece Bulgaria Yugoslavia Austria and Germany he was captured alter orld War i but escaped and made his Way through Italy and Syria to South America when arrested he was employed at the Volks waged factory in Sao Paulo and was living there under his own name. The brazilians agreed to extradite him Only on condition that if a life sentence resulted at the trial it would be commuted to a lesser sentence so he could also be tried in his native aus Tria Woolard r lies sly ted tues. Funeral services for James Edward Woolard age 62, of it. 4. Washington will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Horpe tuesday afternoon at 3 30 o clock conducted by Richard Mcbride pastor of the Begor dam Church of Christ. Burial will follow in Pamlico memorial gardens the following will serve As pallbearers Billy Singleton Harold o. Ail Good Wayne Everson Robert Woolard. Gene Crisp and Hay Woolard. Or. Woolard a Farmer died at his Home monday morning at 10 30 of clock following a critical illness of several Days. Me had the Beaufort county department of social services has just submitted 44 additional families who Are in need of Christmas help to the salvation army. These families have been investigated and certified to the army As really beg the neediest of the needy and Captain Rawls commander of the local corps has agreed to try providing food and toys for these families a social services spokesman said Gene ail Good. Chairman to it of the salvation army Board stated that the salvation army would attempt a last minute Appeal for contributions from the churches civic clubs and. Individuals in order to help these people have a Nice Holiday season he added that he feels the salvation army would be the appropriate Agency to see that people who were in need be helped through their Christmas Hep Wayne l. Hays called outrageous a decision monday by transportation secret at v John a Volga to let the officer retire and thus evade Quot court martial proceedings the Ohio Democrat said he wants Elits and Broun to appear Befort his House foreign operations subcommittee to Quot find out what makes them think like Brown was act ing commander of the first coast guard District in Boston and Ellis the commander was on sick leave when Kudirka at tempted defection a report of a formal coast guard investigation sharply criticizes the two officers and ateo declares the state depart ment did not furnish Ade quate helpful or timely advice to Deal properly with this a jmj . Bender the coast guard commandant issued Quot findings based on the report a Swan Quarter a mrs Evite Henson Boomer age 85. Died to the fungo District Hospital to Bel to Ven monday funeral services will be held tue do. From the Providence methodist Church conducted by the Rev. A j. Grim a Rev former pastor burial will be in Soule cemetery. Mrs Boomer was the daughter of to late Zac and Mary Watson Henson she was a member of the United methodist Church and the Soule Church woman a society of Christian a service. Surviving Are her husband Sam w Boomer. Or. One son. Sam w Boomer or of Norfolk. Is. Two Brothers Chase Benson of Greensboro and James r Benson of Wilmington four grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Ray Cahoon James Elwood Gibbs Wade Swindell. Otis Mason Phillip Marshall and Marvin rav Worrell the body was taken to the. Kiili Aritomi fief cd Huiai. Up slope Moon visitors a see cases Page 81 Marvin Warren c. Dies to pull Wagon see Woolard Pape 8 Aurora a Marvin Ches teen Warren age 56, prominent resident and Farmer of the Small Community died suddenly monday morning near his Home on it. 1, Aurora. A Fety w 39 off Market /. _. Government bans toys after shoppers buy by Mike Shanahan associated press writer Washington apr with most gifts already wrapped and ready for stacking under the nations Christmas Trees the Federal government has ordered 39 toys off the Market because of pins Needles Metal spikes and Sharp wires that it says could be dangerous. Among those listed by the Federal food and drug administration in an order late Mon Day were dolls stuffed animals and Lawn Dart sets the Fra said it has notified toy makers of the action and left it to them to notify retailers to remove the toys from store shelves. Refusal will result in Federal seizure of the products by the of Day a 649 inspectors the Agency said. One of those listed was. Toy town of Randal i town md., which the Fra said made a toy called Mcnie Katno inv in tilt which has a removable Squeaker. After the list was released Harold Moore manager of toy town said his outlet Sells toys but has never manufactured any. He said the toy Donkey was imported but was unable to say by whom. Quot but we took it off the shelves a he said the Fra has also moved to provide a Way for parents to get refunds if Thev Nur Rhand no it the toys on the list. The Agency said it was proposing a Rule requiring manufacturers be prepared to either return the Purchase Price in full or repair the toys so that they Are Safe but the customer could opt f or the refund under the Rule which is subject to 15 Days of comment. Under fire from Congress and consumer groups the Agency moved for the first time Friday under the 11-Mooth-old toy fun feta act he Hennine four a la a Sif cations of toys. But after saying it name names it did just that in mondays announcement. In november Consumers Union which tests toys for safety displayed eight toys it said were dangerous. Only one arts a Lawn darts game produced by j b arts South Glen Falls appears among the 3�. Besides that the Fra said arts ban has been stayed Pend cd tour a i 1914 in Beaufort county the son of the late John and Alice Paul Warren. He waa a member of the White Hill freewill Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife mrs Bessie Mae Broome Warren of the Home and one sister mrs. Edith Fulcher of Aurora and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted wednesday at 3 00 from the White Hill freewill Baptist Church by the Rev Graham Lane burial will be in the Rowe cemetery. Visitation will be from the Stampley funeral Home in Washington until 12 30 . On wednesday at which time the body will be taken to the Church to lie in state for one hour prior by Howard Benedict a aerospace writer Washington a when the Apollo 14 astronauts prowl the Moon they will attempt to put a two wheel cart up a 400-foot-High slope littered with rocks As Large As automobiles a at the top of Fife Lz-t�-15-de-Gree slope is the rim of Cone Crater where the explorers Hope Landing Sites and conducting scientific experiments during the first Moon walk Shepard and Mitchell will set of a nuclear powered science Sta Tion intended to relay data Back to Earth for a year or More or such things As Moon quakes me magnetic Fields and radiation. The second walk after t to find soil dating Back to the nine hour rest in the lunar mod creation of the Moon details of the lunar excursion were discussed at a news conference monday by Apollo Mission director Chester m Lee Apollo 14 is scheduled for launching from Cape Kennedy Jan 31 on a nine Day flight. Lee said astronauts Alan b Shepard or. And Edgar d. Mitchell will try a Tricky pinpoint Landing in a narrow Valley surrounded by the rugged Highlands of the Fra Mauro formation they plan two outside excursions each lasting Between four and five hours the third crewman Stuart a. Roosa will orbit the Moon alone in the command ship Kitty ule they have named for Tow Star Anta res will be a Geo log Field trip. The rim of Cone Cra ter half a mile from the Landing site will be the goal Lee said that the Woonmei would visit Severa geologically interesting features that would extend their total walking Dia Tance to and from the Crater to a Little More than a mile and 1 half Shepard and Mitchell will b the first astronauts to use two wheel earner that looks Lik a. Small Rickshaw. They Wil Load it with shovels Hammer cameras Sample bags and Oil

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