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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - February 5, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy and warmer tonight and of hair. Leary Tont tit toss in Mountain and mostly in the so Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial a Slot Between a so and 7 00 o Stork and one Wittl be Delibera to a Fri. Established 1909 twelve pages Washington. North car Una thursday afternoon. February 5, 1970 daily except sunday. . Fighter Bombe hit Sam bases in North Congress gets look at new night stick by Vern a aviation writer Washington api a Congress a been Given a preview of a new Type of police night stick that can detect a con Cea led gun a razor Blade or even a narcotics kit. A the device and still another version of it a flashlight Model. Are designed to supplement anti hijacking weapons detectors now in operation at a number of airports congressmen got a look at the instruments during a showing at _ the House judiciary committee a chamber this the equipment promises to make the Law enforcement officer s Job safer and easier and will Cost the taxpayer less a said Malcolm Schwartz resident of Infine tics inc., a Wilmington del., producer of elec ironic magnetic devices. The equipment was developed and tested by the Federal Avia a lion administration As part of its program to deter hijackings. Eastern air lines last october became the first airline to put the system in use. Trans world. Airlines adopted it last december and pan american world airways joined the Parade last month. The anti hijacking set consists first of two poles or towers 6 which form a Gate or entry Way at Airport ticket counters or Harding Points. When a. Person carrying a gun or other fairly Large Metal object passes Between the poles a Light a Lyhea an alarm the do Lector an be a. The hidden Side of a Wall or concealed in sign holders guide fences or even in coat Racks or % umbrella stands a person who triggers an alarm is asked to step aside for a further Check. Here an officer can Point the sensor equipped Nightstick Cane or flashlight at him. To find the location of the Metal object. H. H Macpherson Infine tics project manager said police de apartments of Wilmington del., Detroit new York and other cities Are evaluating the new device. The detectors were used at the Entrance to the courtroom in the recent new Jersey mafia hearings he said. Mrs. Katie Jones Dies at age 90 a Pantego a mrs. Katie Jones age 90. Resident of it. I Pantego. Died at the Home of her granddaughter this morning. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete and will be announced by the Paul funeral Home in Belhaven. Educator meet school administrators from Eastern North Carolina met Here wednesday to discuss a new state led program for in service teacher training or. John Goode director of planning. State dept of Public instruction or. Lester Ball professor of education at unc and Jasper Lewis City school superintendent talk Over the new program. New stale program school officials meet to discuss in service school administrators from Eastern North Carolina met Here tuesday with representatives from Chapel Hill and Raleigh to discuss new proposals for better organizing local school systems to a tot Yttre mileage not a a in service teacher training Quot or. Janies Valsame director of staff development state department of Public instruction explained to the school officials that the new program Calls for a a pre approved in service the new idea would eliminate the need Foi state direction and renewal certification of teachers and a allow local people to work out programs with local situations in mind a or. Valsame explained in service teacher training is a system utilized by the state to assure that teachers periodically up Date their own knowledge of subject matter and teaching skills. At the present time a teacher is required to attend a nearby College for six. Semester hours credit every five years for renewal of his or her teaching certificate. The teachers must obtain this six hours credit on their own time the new program devised by or Valsame and others in Chapel Hill and Raleigh is aimed at solving two problems created by this older system. The new plan would train a local administrator As an in service director who in turn. Would prepare a Long Range program for renewal certification and in service training in the local system if approved by the state the local system would no longer be required to seek certification for its teachers from the state. A teacher training and teacher needs could then be geared to local Valsame commented. Quot the second advantage in the pre arranged the educator said Quot is that we Hope this will allow local units to train teachers on paid time and not the teachers time off a 10-month teaching year May be in the making to allow for such a program and teacher aides or Well qualified parents May be utilized for this purpose a Valsame elaborated a if As suggested in service training is to become the major vehicle for improvement of instruction. We must involve teachers in a Well planned a opera Tive program m pro Vid no for local needs accomplished on teacher paid time a Valsame concluded. Joe Webb a practising in service director in the Kinston school unit explained the problems in setting up such a program and the various responsibilities of the Job. The director would be a a change agent Quot leading a steering see educators Page 6� by George Esper associated press writer Saigon a it a american fighter bombers attacked Sam missile Sites and antiaircraft guns in North Vietnam monday for the second time in less than a week the . Command an noticed tonight. No american aircraft were 1st the command mid. Fit a Orni encounter on Jan 2�. An f105 fighter in Imper and a Rescue helicopter were shot Down and eight americans were missing the americans disclosed the air activity Over North Vietnam shortly a Ter Allied forces halted offensive operations for a. 14 hour cease fire for Tel the vietnamese lunar new year Celebration the Allied truce began ii hours after a four Day cease Fin proclaimed by the Viet Cong. The us. Command said the circumstances of the attacks on the North vietnamese batteries monday were the same As those the previous week the North vietnamese bred on american reconnaissance planes Over the North the attack monday occurred a Over North Vietnam near the laotian Border in the ran Karai pass area 30 Miles West South West of Dong hoi a the command said this is about 20 Miles North of the demilitarized zone Between North and South Vietnam. On within essay North Vietnam charged that Waves of . Jet planes repeatedly attacked a number of populated areas on monday in Quang High province. The same province where the . Command reported the attack on the antiaircraft Sites similarly after the attacks on Jan 28, the North vietnamese charged that the . Planes had bombed and strafed popu la Ted places when the United states announced suspension of the bombing of North Vietnam on nov i. 1968. It said that Renoo see Vietnam. Page 6> Harris funeral slated Friday funeral services for Dalton Paul Harris jr., age 25a native of acre and employee of Carolina Telephone and Telegraph company in Fayetteville will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home Friday afternoon at 2 30 of clock conducted by Dalton Finch pastor of the acre Chapel Church of Christ. Burial will follow in Pamlico memorial gardens the following will serve As pallbearers Bonner Allen Benjie Allen John Tankard Jones Eugene Williams and Harris White. Or Harris died As the result of accidental injuries in a. Highway Accident near Falkland in Pitt county tuesday. Surviving Are his pm Rente or and mrs Dalton p. Harris of acre it. 1, Plymouth one brother three Sisters and his paternal grandmother staff Litchfield election Board office Here open daily Cecil Lilley. Chairman of the Beaufort county Board of elections reminded the Public today that the election office is open Dally from 8 30 a m until l of . 2 of . Until 5 of for All business the Public May wish to transact with it. If anyone in this county has not registered since october he must do so in order to vote in the primary election on May 2, 1970, or Lilley noted he also said anyone having moved from one precinct to another within the county must Transfer his registration to his new precinct or he will not be Able to vote in the primary this also must he taken care of in the election office he added registration Quot before the primary in May will close on Friday april 3 after this Date there will be no More registration or transfers if anyone has not taken care of these mutters Leforc this Date he will be unable to vote on May 2. Says or. Lilley. Quot please do not wait until the last week to take care of these important voting he asks Dollar Days slated Here Friday and saturday will be Dollar Hays in Washington. The annual George Washington birthday Sale is being sponsored by the retail Hales development Council of the Washington chamber of Commerce. Washington merchants Are offering bargains galore in connection with the sales event. Award winners Thompson Potts Paul and Selby Thompson gets Dsa award Washington Jaycees Honor four citizens i John b Thompsonjr is the Young Man of the year Fred Potts is the Boss of the year. Philip is the Lih n year Jerol Selby previously announced was introduced As Quot Young Farmer of the year it att happened last night at the annual Dos Lungu 1 she it 1 set ice banquet of the Washington Junior chamber of Commerce held at Brentwood Lodge or Thompson minister of music and education at the first Baptist Church in Washington founder of Uncle Johns Cabin Active in the heart fund drive organizer and director of the Community Christmas cantata and Active in religious and civic life of the area expressed his deep appreciation at the Honor and recognition Given to him or. Potts Washington fire chief praised the men who work under him a letter signed by each of the firemen was read and the Teller was also Given to or Potts a Fen not scared at fires hut i sure am scared now he Saidor Paul. Washington police chief president of the n c police executives association Active Iii the first Christian Church. Salvation army and in the masonic Lodge was cited for his outstanding dedication to the principles of Law enforcement m r. Sel by was Given his recognition last week in order thar he could attend the state t u to t a ending y o u n g far m or award in Goldsboro he again expressed his appreciation at the recognition which has come to him a what in the secret of Sec sex 1 that question was posed last Quot a evening by or Joe Pou vice president of Wachovia Bank who was the main speaker Quot the so a Cret of Success lies in the fact that anything worthwhile Effort Quot be said Quot Jay cola make things Hap pm Quot he observed. Then talking of Success he cited three qualities ability attitude and ambition calling them the three Ami said we must accent the positive the negative will accent Bill White was Given the key Man award by diehard sea awards Page a it Bell infant Dies wednesday a. M. David Bryan hell infant son of Todd Maxwell Ami Jess tfx Mae Gibbs Bell died in the Beaufort i ninth Hospital Here wednesday morning surviving Are High parents on sister Lasa Bell of the Home. It it Washington paternal grand father w n Belljr. Maternal grandparents. Henry Bryan Gibbs and mrs Alice Mae Gibbs. A both of Chocowinity and several great grandparents of Hyde county graveside funeral services were conducted at 2 today in Oakdale cemetery by the Rev Irwin Fulbert. Or. Rector of St Peters episcopal Church the body will remain at the Paul funeral Home until he Limera i hour southerners open of riders drive to win to education Bill a with help hard work Jimmy has a new life by de Walker or. Staff writer How Many potential Jimmy a Jones Are there that could he helped now and How Many younger jimmys Are there in Public schools whose teachers simply do not have the time to find out Why they Are not learning the Basic skills to answer this question and provide a remedy the Federal government has spent millions of dollars in the past five years. Community colleges Haw sprung a to up All Over the nation. Technical institutes actively seek jimmys and the Public schools Are beginning efforts to overcome one of their most costly shortcomings. Jimmy Jones was a disadvantaged youth. He grew up in Aurora and attended Public schools there until the ninth a Grade when he dropped out. His a father is totally disabled and his Mother is on welfare with 7 children to raise. He did not grow a a up re 30 environment which encouraged him to become a doctor lawyer or businessman. Where More fortunate children saw Opportunity Jimmy could see Only frustration. Where the More fortunate children Felt they had some control Over what they would do and he. Jimmy Felt he could Only do what he had to. He Wasny to dumb or even a slow learner but As happens to literal a thousands of Young people each year in the Public schools. Jimmy never really Learned the Basic educational skills he never Felt confident about arithmetic. Reading was a labor rather than a skill. Jimmy kept being promoted from Grade to Grade struggling with just the physical work required to read. Other students were learning and some enjoying what they read. Jimmy was working too hard simply Reading to learn or enjoy. His frustration was unendurable by the time he reached the ninth Grade. He knew he was t stupid but his school almost made him feel that Way because its standards for intelligence were grades and Teste and both required Reading As an unconscious skill something see Jimmie. Page 8� from drop out Stait photo by it Tammy to degree Holder by Joe associated press writer Washington a it deep South senators zeroed in on a. Major education Bill today lib up my to attach amendments that would Blunt the drive for total Southern school desegregation a led by Mississippi Democrat John Stem they prepared riders to the $35 billion education measure to legalize the Freedom of Choice plans once prevalent in the South but now in general Disfavour with the Federal courts. Stennis said one of his Amend a ments would put into effect for nation a. Freedom of Choice plan he said is now state Law in new York. A if Public school students in new York should not be bussed to overcome the vestiges of a dual school system the Public school students of the South should not be bussed for that purpose either Quot be declared. His second proposal would As National policy to hav uniform enforcement of desegregation in All regions of the nation sen Sam. J Ervin Ord a announced that he too would have a Freedom of Choice amendment that differs from Stennis proposal. The courts have tossed out Many Freedom of Choice plans on grounds they failed to end the dual Quot Black White school system it civil rights advocates will oppose the riders contending there has already been too much Dela it to pc toot Desa Grega lion but the Sharp controversy is sex peeled to delay final a age Prfto Tvett Post Tiff Tor a much As two weeks major provisions of the $35 billion measure Call for re four year Extension of live 1905 Kle Mentar and secondary Educa Bon Al and the impacted a of Aid crowded i cause of nearby led eral installations social workers for the Blind meet in Hyde new Holland social workers for the Blind in 20 counties comprising the Green Dir District of the n c state commission for the Blind Are holding a midwinter staff conference today and Friday feb 5-Ji at Malta Musk get Lodge in new Holland Benjamin w Thomas or. Field representative in the area is presiding at the meeting. a Tai present from the following counties Beaufort. Bertie Camden Chowan Currituck dare Edgecombe. Gates. Greene Halifax Hertford. Hyde. Martin Northampton. Pasquo tank. I a Roquim ans. Piu. T y r r Eli Washington and Wilson the Agenda includes discussions on policy changes informed Ion with certification of Blind applicants for medicaid and a panel of the group approach to. I h he finnia of �1 members of the comity Saionz a stale office staff will discuss new Agency objective. A Una Fly control supervisor Marjorie Pearce is discussing the simplified method of determining elicit Liiv a a proved last Vear by in apartment it it i health education and welfare for applicants for the Federal Aid to the Blind program the is m Slif Ted met Bod a i lows individual applicants to participate More in stating their needs the applicant fills out his initial application in a manner similar to the was in which taxpayers file income tax forms a social workers is available on request to answer questions and lend other assistance. Sally Syria. State staff development officer will speak on Ibe need for social workers to develop working relationships with others who represent total i Community resources Public information officer Faye b Humphries will speak on the importance of com mum Cabon lit Agency objectives to clients and the general Public. Mrs Emily Johnston of Greenville. District medical supervisor will outline medical Eye care services available under the medicaid program. Mrs Syria. Mrs both Murphy a see meeting Page a but its founder in t giving up Malcolm x let Jesty by controversy pressed Tor funds by Bichard Daw associated press w Riler Durham hip four months after opening its doors an Experiment in Black separa list education culled Malcolm x liberation University is beset by controversy and pressed for binds but its founder Isnit giving up a Quot we re planning now for an other of operation or Mayhe two More Agys Howard Fuller a 29-year-old former social worker. A a with the kind of institution we re trying to develop and the kind of reaction a it causes one can to get too optimistic and think in terms of 10 years or t5 years a Fuller said in an inter Quot View the school was named after the militant Black Leader who was slain after he split away from the Black Muslim movement. Fuller opened his unorthodox it and unaccredited University last october in a converted warehouse alongside Railroad tracks in a run Dow n negro see twin on the Edge of Durham s ii Sines District its 4im be Sard would be. Quot nation building Quot he expert ii g preparation of negroes for a a separatist society which would exist somewhere in the vague future in an unspecified probably Africa. About 50 students enrolled for training As food scientists tar Lor s. Architects engineers teachers artists medics communications technicians linguists and other specialists a to fulfil the needs of a Fuller said exactly what the classes at the University Are like in t generally known because Fuller loses to let outsiders sit in the school offers no Degn Ami member of its faculty not required to be College grates some Are not carrying out his stated be that Quot anything which affects Tii Acle Community affects y Fuller and his aides have he do delegations of Malcolm students to racially Orien demonstrations in various no Carolina cities r one of Lii Quot aides pres Dobbins 22. War convicted cent at a curfew violation a unlawful posse Stott of of Wear during a state of emergency Asheville. The emergency w declared after a clash Bett police and negro High sch pupils Fuller himself is Amiri see Malcolm x. Page 6
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