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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - February 2, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather rain a my possible thundershowers ending late tonight partly Cloudy and colder tue Day. Lowa tonight near set Washington daily news if you do not got your paper. Dial Ma-2145 Between it 10 and ? on Quot work and one will a de established 1909 the pages Washington North Carolina monday afternoon. February 2, 1970 a it y except sunday Nixon makes Good Promise to balance his budget by till associated press for the fiscal year ending june m. $1970 1971 receipts $199 4 $202 1 outlays 197 9 200 8 surplus 1.5 u budget Dup by to i takes by Sterling f. Green associated press writer Washington it a it presi Dent Nixon made Good today his vow to deliver a balanced budget for fiscal 1971. But its shaky surplus $1 3 billion on a record $200 a billion spending total was pinned on a doubtful Prospect of cooperation by Congress Nixon a first budget message to Congress bore the Marks of his Cost cutting a it chopped $5.11 billion from Overall defense outlays Down to $73 6 billion for fiscal 1971 or $71,2 billion for strictly military functions it cancelled or $2 1 billion Worth of Domestic programs de scribed As a flow space spending was squeezed to $3 4 billion m a 12 per cent cutback to help make ends meet. Nixon announced a Speed up. Worth $1.2 billion in fiscal 1971, in the Treasury s collect on of excise taxes and income taxes withheld by employers Nixon asked for other reve nue-boosters., some sure to meet heavy resistance in Congress they included a variety of a user charges a higher postal rates a vast $751 million disposal of commodities from the National defense stockpile and the Sale of the government owned Alaska Railroad for up attempts Over weekend Many Southern schools face deadline today confusion reigns some close a the associated press Many Southern school systems facing a feb. 1 integration a deadline from the supreme court were in a confused state today and some schools were closed. School officials and judges Many saying they Lack an exact definition from the supreme court of what a a a unitary school system is supposed to be made 11th hour attempts Over the weekend toward Tome sort of compliance. It has been the individual judges of the . District courts who have had to interpret whether a school system is in compliance with the Law. The supreme court overruling a decision by the St . Circuit court of appeals on Jan. 14, ordered Complete desegregation of both faculties and student bodies in 14 Southern school districts by feb. 1, the lower court had set sept. I As the Date the appeals court after the reversal said the feb. 1 dead rights group takes stand anti Carswell by John Chadwick associated press writer Washington api sen ate hearings on the supreme court nomination of go a Harr old Carswell moved into their fourth and perhaps last session today with civil rights spokesmen taking the stand against the Southern judge. Waiting to testify before chairman James o. Eastland d-miss., called the hearings to order were Joseph l. Rauh jr., a counsel for the leadership conference on civil rights and Clarence Mitchell director of the Washington office of the a act. Eastland had said today s hearings would be the last with a vote perhaps tuesday. However sen. Birch Bayh. A ind. Indicated he might invoke his prerogative to Force a weeks delay in the committee action. Carswell now a judge on the 5th . Court of appeals and for 11 years a . District court judge in Tallahassee Fla had been under Sharp attack from civil rights groups even before the hearing. Rauh told newsmen last week the leadership conference composed of about 125 organizations. Is even More opposed Ter Carswel than it was to judge Clement f. Haynsworth jr., president Nixon s first nominee for Quot the supreme court Post vacated by Abe Fortas. Labor leaders joined with civil rights forces in battling Hay new Orth a nomination rejected by a 55-45 Senate vote last november but there were no signs of Active opposition against Carswell despite a critical statement last w Eek by a f a Cio presiden t g Eorge Meany Carswell denied any racial Bias in his testimony last week and Eastland and Republican leaders have predicted his nomination will be overwhelmingly confirmed by the Senate reject Abc stores Milby n. C. Api ers in Shelby have Defeated proposal to allow liquor sales in the town. In a referendum saturday voters opposed the establish ment of Abc stores in the town while Psi supported the Meas ure. The town has forbidden liquor Sale for More than 2ft years. Line also applied to 17 other districts in the same states Georgia. Alabama Mississippi. Florida and Louisiana some judges issued feb 1 orders in cases under their Juris diction. Many did no to choosing other deadlines and specifications they thought were compatible with the individual situation under their consideration. Judge w. A. Bootle of Macon ruled in three Georgia cases that integration of school faculties was ail that was required by the Law As he understood it. He ordered schools in Bibb and Washington counties to integrate faculties by feb 1 and granted Houston county a delay a until september to do it. Judge Daniel h. Thomas ordered one school closed and eliminated Freedom of Choice at nine High schools to integrate the Mobile county school system Alabama a largest two Mississippi House members reps Thomas g. Aberne thy and g. V. Montgomery both democrats a asked. President Nixon personal help in the state saying Mississippi schools a Are trying to operate under a such intolerable conditions they might As Well be closed a in Tunica. Miss., registration under a new plan was held last week. Two White pupils registered. And were assigned to a school with an enrolment of 750 Blacks. In Florida attorneys for the Volusia county schools Are going Hack to1 court this week to seek clarification of gov. Claude Kirk a executive order prohibiting the busing of pupils under a new plan to achieve integration. All Black Lincoln High school in another Florida county Alachua has been closed with More than 1,000 pupils being transferred to other schools. Bay county schools will be closed this week while adjusting to new attendance plans. Schools in Concordia East Feliciana and West Feliciana parishes in Louisiana were to be see schools Page 10� judge Mintz found dead Here today Superior court judge Rudolph Ivey Mintz 63, of Wilmington was found dead today in his Motel room Here where he was scheduled to hold court. Mintzis doctor . Partrick of Washington., said. Mintz apparently died of natural causes. He added he examined the judge sunday night. The doctor said Mintz was suffering from the flu and had a mild fever. Partrick said he returned to exam mine the judge at 8 . Today and found him dead. Funeral arrangements were not Complete. A one week term of civil court scheduled Here this week has been cancelled according to mrs. Bessie Cherry clerk of court., mrs. Cherry said the cases slated for trial during the week will be put on the Calendar for terms scheduled for the weeks of feb. 16 and 23. Mintz was appointed a judge in the 5th judicial District in 1959 by gov Luther Hodges. He had no formal Law training but through his own study passed the bar exam in 1939. A native of Brunswick county. He went to . State College in 1925 to study Engineer ing to pay his expenses he worked at cleaning Yards washing windows was a Chauffer waited on tables and helped in the Myca office despite the necessity of outside work. Mintz found time to earn his varsity track letter and participate in the Campus Roth program. He once said his entry into the Legal profession was almost accidental. He took a Job in Pittsburgh shortly after completing College. In 1931, he returned to North Carolina to attend the funeral of his brother j. Hamilton Mintz. He was planning to stay just a Short time but was persuaded to take his brother s former Job As Brunswick county Register of deeds. He was re elected to the Post three times. M Iitto a s Ca 1 led to a Active army duty in world War ii. When he left the service in 1946, he had achieved the rank of lieutenant colonel and commanded three different air bases in England. Lie returned to South Poh to practice Law. He served As county attorney and attorney for his Home town of Shallotte. In. 1947, he ran unopposed for the state Senate that same year he moved to Wilmington he served As president of the . State College alumni association. Trustee of the universe see judge Page 10 wards of $100 million the two controversial sales alone represented much More than half his planned surplus the 1971 budget was the nation a first to Cross the $300 billion Mark bulging government costs have caused serious slippage in the current fiscal 1970 budget also Nixon disclosed with outlays pushing up to $197 9 billion. Nixon said the planned surplus of $5 9 billion on next june 30 has shrivelled to an estimated $1.5 billion conspicuously Mia Aing was any estimate of fiscal 1971 coat of the Vietnam War budget director Robert Mayo said Only that it would be less than the $25 7 billion estimated for 1970 questioned repeatedly by newsmen on the omission. Mayo said there were Security Reata a a Nixon wanted to retain his flexibility on forces involved and troops withdrawn and added. In effect that efforts of the previous administration to identify Vietnam frown non Vietnam costs were not very reliable the Only Mator new program announced in the Nixon Mes Sage was a $4 billion five year plan of Federal Grants for City waste treatment plants to get any of that construction Morv however slates and cities will have to come up with $6 billion of their own funds to match but Nixon named seven Home front programs including welfare1 ant crime and ant Poi lotion efforts Quot our most urgent Domestic need a for increased funds in fiscal 1.971 a a Reform is the watchword of vhf a . A to a Sage proclaimed the president went on this anti inflationary budget begin them Pessary process of re ordering our National Priori Quot for the first time in two Dee a Des the Federal government will apr my More Money on he u1.ih resource programs than on National dry Row despite the Money squeeze on the Pentagon Nixon said his a budget will enable the Miminis train i Quot to meet our inter nation a i re a to seeking a honorable peace in Vietnam by maintaining sufficient military Power to deter potential Daggres sur. A and by exploring with the soviet 1 Nion possible limit Lions on strategic arms in the govern ment has missed by $2 2 in Ilion the $191 7 billion budget ceiling decreed by to ingress m the last session Nixon said the whole overrun was ised by the Rise of Quot Hodl m costs for relatively on it nit Roll. Hite program s that isi.ii.,, pop to a tank Battle continues in Golan Heights a train collision kills More by Hal Mccra it. Associated press Wrt Tei Tel Aviv api syrian and israeli tank forces dulled today along the occupied Golan height for the fourth straight Day and the1 syrians claimed two israeli tanks were destroyed and an israeli observation Post and mortar Battery destroyed there was no immediate report from the israeli military command. It had denied nearly All syrian claims of casualties and damage in the earlier fighting it was the heaviest fighting along the israeli syrian Border since the 1967 War a second syrian communique reported that israeli planes had strafed frontline syrian Post Lions but that Syria antiaircraft guns scored a direct hit on one israeli Jet. Syrian and israeli tanks battled for nearly two hours sunday. Amid denials by each Side of the others damage and casualty claims the syrians also reported a series of Aerial dogfights in which they said one israeli Jhai pc downed the israelis said no air Battle took place the israelis also denied a sir Ian claim that five Truel i t. Were knocked out. An israeli military spokesman said the syrians started to shooting sunday along the Southern sector of the Heights. United nations observers were Able eventually to work out a truce. At the same Lime As the Golan Heights action sunday egyptian and israeli warplanes exchanged raids in the Suez Ca Nal area. The israelis reported two ene my raids at the North and South ends of the canal but said the egyptian bombs did no damage a spokesman in Cairo claimed an israeli Jet was hit by egyptian gunners and seen a a crashing in flames during an israeli raid on the Southern sector Adf the canal. Tel Aviv made no mention of any plane losses Cairo also claimed a formation of israeli aircraft was Drilen off in the Northern sector of the canal by egyptian fighters the egyptian spokesman also reported bombing attacks by warplanes against israeli hunk Ora and troop Camps in the Ali Tara Region North of Al Ballah. He said All egyptian aircraft returned safely from these and other targets attacked near the bitter Irakis. Two israelis were killed and several others injured sunday night when a blast shattered a military factory near Tel Aviv. A police spokesman said the explosion was believed to have a see mid East Page 10� than 100 near Buenos Aires Pope Paul i moves to end celibacy questions with repeat of 67 ruling by Eduard .hi associated press writer Vatican City Lap a Pope Paul i has Pul his authority at stake by trying to muzzle the growing demand within the roman Catholic Church for an end to the requirement that All priests lie celibate far from moving toward a softening of the mandatory Rule for clerical celibacy that he re stated in a 1967 encyclical the Pope on sunday told the worlds half billion roman catholics they should not even discuss a change in the Rule. Celibacy. He said in a Stern and speech a is a capital Law of our Laitin Chuich it cannot he abandoned or put into discussion a the speech was a pointed re Bike to tile primate of the nether lands. Bernard Cardinal Al Frink. And the six other dutch Bishops who had Calk d publicly Tor a churn wide discussion of priestly cd Kihary after i Council of dutch priests and Hymen Yoles overwhelmingly that sex Ual abstinence should no longer lie mandatory for belgian primate Leo Jot of Cardinal Stienen joined the dutch to shops in calling Tor de la ate on the Issue Cardinal Aldrink announced on Jan 19 that he would come to Rome Quot soon to discuss the matter with the Pope hut the pontiff said his Quot no without waiting to Confer with the card Nal 1 the Vatican is tensely waiting for the reaction of the duh i shops Tor what one prelate called a the next round in the shallow i Oviok Between Rome Ami Amsterdam Many prelates think an open break Between the Pope and the dutch Catholic Church is a real possibility Quot will the controversy Between Rome Ami the Church of Holland on the Issue of celibacy end up in schism Quot Robies ii Mes isee Pope Page 10� cities boar votes j0 j0�n crime Money in Airport authority vat a i. Heart banners fill White. Wellington heart fund chairman and Howard Beaufort county chairman hold the heart fund Banner just before it was hoisted a us main Street at Market opening heart fund month beginning today. Hie annual heart association fund Campaign will be bold during the month of february staff photo by Litchfield Washington a it the nation s cities will get a $30 Lipil lion financial boost from the Federal government in their efforts to solve pressing crime problems and launch special crime con Rol activities the Money. Available Over the next five months from the law1 enforcement assistance administration. Comes from special action funds that the crime. Fighting Agency May award at ils own discretion during the current fiscal year. Ally. Gen. John no a Mitchell said 112 cities including the 69 largest and others with High crime Rales will a be eligible to apply for assistance from a Spe Cal $10 million crime control lurid of the Lea a. Mitchell also said another $20 million fund will provide Grants to cities and states seeking to develop More effective a programs in several criminal jus tire Fields. Lem director Charles h Rogovin Sajid the Agency expect to award from 60 to 90 a see crime Page til missionary to speak Here. -9 the Rev. Frederic r. Dinkins., a missionary of the presbyterian Church in the United states will fell Almut his work in Brazil at the family night supper at the first presbyterian Church Here on tuesday evening february 3. At 6 30 o clock or Dinkins helps establish. Chapels and churches along the stirring to life Rivers and High ways of the new Brazil this tire travel of various sorts plane riverboat Canoe and Quot by fret Quot As congregations develop or Dinkins trains the laymen often composing and printing the a training materials himself. The presbyterian missionary was born in Leakesville. Miss and is married to the former Frances Gillis the couple has two children and the family is residing in Fayetteville during this furlough planning to return to Brazil in june. 1970 before going to Brazil in 1955. Or Dinkins was pastor of the first presbyterian Church in Wierville la he holds a a from presbyterian College in Clinton . A by from Austin theological Seminary in Austin. Texas and a the m from Columbia theological Seminary in Decatur a the Beaufort county Board of commissioners voted today to join in the creation of the mid East regional Airport authority. The authority proposed at a meet Ingol area leaders held Here earlier this month would pm Brace Pitt Martin and Beaufort counties and the municipalities of Greenville. Williamston Ami Washington it would seek to bring commercial air service into the area first to Greenville Airport and youth fatally wounded sunday an 18 year old Young negro Man was totally wounded sunday at a the Home of a Friend in the blounts Creek Community prison Jenkins died sunday at approximately 1115 a a at the Home of Romalus n. Moore. 17, after in my shot under the left by a 22 Rifle fired by Moore Moore has been charged with murder and is la my held in Beaufort county jail without bad Quot for bearing set tuesday morning Moore says he fired accidentally according to sheriff Jack harris.7tonkins after being shot walked out of the Bouse and into tin Yard where he fell dead the Bullet apparently having entered his heart both Tonkins and Moore were High school students in Aurora. Investigation info the shooting continues today by sheriff department officials Jaycees sponsor Bloodmobile visit Swan Quarter a the Mattam skeet Jaycees Arr again sponsoring Irr red c Ross blood Mobile v Isit to Hyde county the Tidewater Hon Momie unit Wilt be at Matamu skeet school Between 12 noon and 5 a . On tuesday Quot "3,/ Walter Grey Credle project chairman s quota is 75 pints a visit. 1 . The quota was. Not met during the last visit and 25 additional pints Are urgently needed new. Donors Are needed to fill the Gap of older donors who can no longer door prizes will or Given to _ Lucky donors. Or. Credle asks All Arra residents to support this visit by the bed Cross Bloodmobile. Later to a regional facility to be Huilt at a location. Convenient to Scove the three counties commits inner Jack Swindell of Bath was. Named Quot is Beaufort county a representative on the authority the commissioners also voted to pay Beaufort county s share of additional funds needed to pay fora new regional Bookmobile provided the Money can lie found in the contingency fund Jay Hodges county account a no. Told the Board that mrs Mary Wilson librarian for the Beaufort. Hyde. Martin regional Horary Ciatu Rdv ref fwd that the new vehicle has been ordered and that an additional $4.non is needed to. Pay for it of which Beaufort county s share would be about Doe half or $2.oon with Marlin and Hyde picking up the remainder a Quot a a to lodges said mrs Wilson told him that the old Bookmobile a mild 1m transferred to the outer Banks to serve the of Rayoke Island area the Iniard also discussed a proposal to adopt a tax listing by mail plan but took no action on it. / accepted g Tow bid of $2.titm per ear for two automobiles. Tiv wit 11 it it Iii rtt \ a Ltd Elrd Liess la rivet Btu Fitts Aires it air to a speeding Cross country express slammed into the rear of a halt re suburban train near Buenos ires sunday night killing More iban Ido persons in one id the worst Railroad disasters i Histo ninety eight imm ivs had men taken to police stations try mid night inti live suburban Hospi Las had received a number of other s a to 11� 4 \ off in la is St mated that More iban top persons were killed and inure. Iban 400 in Jirred Hiles Ais of t 1m state of neut Argentine railways co said the 21 car express in mute l rom the Northern qty of Sun Miguel or Tucuman to Buenos Aires towed Mlo Ifie emr of a to car Sidur Fiaiai train which bad stir ipod due to mar Hascal Trou ble Alumit a mile from a lonely Slop i tin Pampa 25 Miles West of the capital tin suburban train was jammed with Passen gets returning to Buenos Aires Torf a. Minnio. Wok que in the a wifi Vii was the worst train wreck in Argent me history the worst even Mcconk let occurred at my Date France on dec 12. 1117, Whin >41 persons were killed in the derailment of a passenger train then was no official explant Bon for the crash a Imo thecial a Eliot l St Natman Laded to warn. A Quot see whj5ck to i curtail Hospital visiting Davis 1 a do not visit the lira Nimi t minty Tim spinal unless it is abs4iliite\ Nee Essav. Was the nor today Famili Bini Dav is Hospital or Davis explained Juliat because of the Prev Alene Oahu Quot Ftp Quot Quot hug to bus area it is fell advisable to curtail Hospital visiting for at least a in weeks me in Al that by curtailing Hospital Quot visitations we can Kielp lit ing the i in Bug under ron11 of in it said. Or Davis expressed tin Hope Ilia within about two w weeks 11 m n i a i % a set affy tix m the Hospital Ean to resume d Ini tic time peat Ion in this matter of a a to i Rattan a to requested head Start directors wonder about future by gab in a writer Washington a act head Start the Federal program de t signed to increase opportunities fur children of the poor nears the beginning of its fifth. Year with its lop Folk gals wondering whether it s headed in the right a rectum to human terms. Head Start has brought special training in cleanliness nutrition and health to More than 2ftd. Mno pre school children annually there have Lieen Eye opening Field trips for youngsters who had never been out of squalid neighbourhoods. And there have been a myriad of other activities intended to give the disadvantaged children an even break to this end just Over one billion dollars has been budgeted since the program began in 1965. Yet it has become increasingly Clear that the Money and the Good will behind head Start have not been enough head Start still is trying to get Oft the ground v there is mounting evidence that head Start has not proved As effective As had earlier been thought president Nixon Congress last year Quot but the program still is experimental a he said. A if there is Une elem i lesson it is that such intervention is More complicated arid difficult than had Lieen expected. And More fraught with frustration Quot an a evaluation by the Westing House learning corp. At Ohio University carried out Tor the office of economic Opportunity confirmed the president s sum motion the West Ghouse stud Cus Edi on children who had been out of the program for three years this was deliberate the object was to find us it the head Start experience hefted see head Start Page 10
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