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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - February 7, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather parti Loudy East portion a Tab gradual warming through Sun Day Cliance of showers Over she mountains toy Tat sunday Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial Matlof to to a to a t 00 o Stark and on Wittl to Vered to you established 1909 eight pages Washington North Carolina. Saturday afternoon. February 7, 1970 daily except sunday egyptian warplanes hit israeli outpost fighting continues in Mideast More than one at a time beef cd Wilson Washington High student demonstrates How Tele Rama will work tonight As the Jaycees expect thousands of phone Calls from donors in toe area to support the March of dimes. Staff photo by Litchfield. Area Jaycees sponsor Tele Rama for drive Yule period tax take less than expected by Noel Yancey associated press writer Raleigh apis Santa Claus was not As Nice to the slate of North Carolina this past Christmas As had been expected Revenue commissioner i. L. Clayton reported Friday that january sales tax collections which represent Christmas business. Were up Overall a but not As much As some people had expected Quot As a result the states tax collections in january showed the smallest increase of the fiscal year to Date including new levies on cigarettes and soft drinks the general fund showed a 9 per cent Quot increase last month. But without the new taxes the increase was about 2 per cent less than the general Assembly expected when it prepared the see take Page 8 twelve Eastern North Carolina Jaycee clubs in cooperation with wn3e, Channel 12 to new Bern will Climax two months work on february 7 and 8 which has been directed toward the organization of an eighteen hour Tele Rama for the Benefit of the March of dimes. These twelve clubs including new Bern Beaufort Morehead City Jacksonville Havelock Kinston Greenville Washington Newport Swansboro Sneads ferry and Mattam skeet have set up Telephone centers organized publicity and secured local Talent As Well As solicited business and Industry. The new Bern Jaycees Are hosting the event and Are serving As Overall coordinators. In addition they Are providing manpower to assist the television station. The March of dimes Tele Rama will begin at 10 30 . Saturday evening and will run continuously to 4 00 . February 8. More than forty regional performers and entertainment groups have generously volunteered their time to participate. A cast of nationally known television stars see telethon Page 8 by Hal Mcclure associated free writer Tel. Aviv i Apt a the Savage pattern of thrust and coun Ter thrust by Arab and israeli forces continued unabated today with egyptian War planes streaking across the Suez canal to hit an israeli outpost an israeli spokesman said there were no casualties or damage in the raid on the waterway a Northern sector a spokesman in Cairo said the planes strafed artillery positions and encampments in the area scoring a direct he said All the planes returned safely. The action followed Friday s violent land sea and air engagements. In which two israeli Navy vessels were mined by egyptian frogman and an egyptian ship was sunk by israeli warplanes. The israeli chief of staff i. Gen. Haim bar lev went on the state radio today to reassure the israelis and to explain a we have ceased fighting Egypt on a reprisal and counter reprisal he a weeded the israelis might not have sunk the egyptian Navy ship a minesweeper by israeli account or a Supply vessel by egyptian if it had not been for the frogman attack on the israeli ships in Elat. Bar lev said the Elat incident did not signify a general term pro vement in the egyptian armed forces. As proof the egyptians had not improved he said toe egyptian air Force did not interfere in the attack on the minesweeper in the red sea even though it took two hours to Send it to the Bottom. Bar lev thought the Elat attack could have been launched because of a despair and frustration Over continuous israeli raids deep inside Egypt or to give a demonstration of military activity to the meeting of Arab states convening in Cairo today. However informed military observers said the Elat incident caught the israelis completely by Surprise. The sem official egyptian newspaper Al ashram said today the two israeli ships were being prepared for military operation against targets in the Gulf of Suez it said both were armed and loaded with ammunition and both participated in israeli assaults on Zaffarana and Shad wan islands. The Middle East news Agency said All Crew members of the ship sunk by the israelis were rescued meanwhile the soviet Union accused Israel and the United states today of blocking a Politi see mid East Page 8 Nixon to Send up message on pollution tuesday report reveals and Downs of Washington area Economy president makes Call for mobilization display award Pine town Puritan official display the National Puritan Blue ribbon a Ward they were presented at the National Puritan convention in new Orleans in late january prom left they Are Jim Waters Secretary Leon Tetterton president holding Bann Erand Robert Liffey vice president. The award was presented for an attendance of better than go per cent a and a membership gain of More than 10 per cent. Only 14 such awards were Given up the United states this year. Among toe winners was the Bath club Al a in Beaufort county. Staff photo or. Alan a. Oal Imka urologist locates in Washington or Albin a. Gauszka. Former chief of urology at Bethesda naval Hospital in Maryland has come to Washington to locale his office and engage in the practice of urology the distinguished urologist has his office located for the time being Al 313 West fifth Street in Washington. Born in Springfield mass., or. Gauszka attended Tufts College and Tufts medical school he then entered upon his internship at u. S naval Hospital Newport r. I. In world War ii he served w Ith the Fleet Marine corps in the Pacific with the amphibious assault troops. In 1945 he entered the naval Hospital in Seattle for residency training in surgery. From there be went to new York Hospital for a year s residency training in urology for the next two years he was in urology training at the naval Hospital in Philadelphia. From there he was naval urologist in service in Memphis Jacksonville. Fla. And at Camp Lejeune where he served two Tours of duty. He became assistant chief of urology and then chief at Bethesda Hospital. He re ire from naval service in l%2 with the rank of Captain upon his retirement he went to Clarksburg West Virginia As urologist he practice at toe veterans Hospital there and he was associate professor of urology at the University Arf West Virginia. He actually comes to Washington from. West Virginia. Married to the former miss Doris Miller of Jroy n. Y., they have two children Barbara who a tends College in new Rochelle a y., and Peter who attends Georgetown prep school Washington d. C. Or. Gauszka is a dipl mate. American Board of urology. He is a rotary an. Or. And Are. Living at 420 Riverside drive Washington Park. He will officially open his office for the practice of urology on monday february 16. Blount funeral slated at 4 00 funeral services for William a. Billi Blount county Leader and retired Beaufort county accountant. Will be held at 4 this afternoon at St. Peters episcopal Church with the Rev Irwin w Hulbert jr., Rector officiating burial will follow in cemetery the following will serve As Active pallbearers Leonard w he Behurst. C. S. Graves sr., John havens Moss. Sam to Mourne or. Zeno l. Edwardh. Or. 11 a 1 let t s. Ward. Or. Henry s. Wuol urd and Jay m. Hodges or. The Baxly will remain at the Paul funeral Home until the funeral hour or Blount died in the Beaufort county Hospital Early Friday morning following a lengthy illness surviving Are his widow a daughter two granddaughters Are one sister. Escapee charged api a prison Escapee a still at Large has been charged in a shooting in which a state Auto theft inspector narrowly escaped death Gonzalie Rivers director of the License and safety inspection division of the department of motor vehicles identified the suspect As Henry Lee Marsh. 29. Alias Johnny Marsh and said tie was charged with assault with a deadly weapon. He is an Escapee from the Wake county jail. A the City s Semi annual Progress report reveals both and Downs in the Washington and area Economy for the first half of fiscal year which ended december 31. Retan sat itt Washington showed a better than 16 percent increase for the year through october this represents a flow of retail sales that is running about six percent ahead of the National trend in studying electrical statistics through december electric sales Are showing a seven percent increase Over the same period in the past year the City pumped six percent More treated water into water lines than was Flanders will expand into Japan s Market in preparation for an upcoming expansion of Flanders filters into the japanese Market two representatives of Nitta belting co. Osaka Japan will visit Washington february 15 to observe manufacturing operations at Flanders the japanese firm will manufacture the entire filtration system in Japan excepting the actual filter paper which it win Purchase from Flanders f Landers Quot is unique in the induction of High efficiency filter systems in that it is the Only firm in the . Which manufactures its own paper equipment for this process was r installed at the new location off in Pactolus Highway and is the fastest such equipment in the nation a we Are pleased to announce the agreement with Nitta belting,0 Artie Rawls Plant spokesman commented. A Jin connection with his move a he said a we have been invited to exhibit our a clean room concept at expo �?~70 held this year in the clean room concept produces an area of any desired space in which the air is 99 997 per cent free of pollutants. The need for exact tolerances in modern Industry demands this Freedom from dust bacteria or other particles. The atomic Energy commission used Flanders filters in its work the clean room is set up with suspended ceiling and raised floor the filter units form a ceiling under the real one and All air flows through these units. The air flows Down through a raised floor grilled to allow air passage the resulting a Laminar flow produces an area for almost All purposes free of pollution a we expect to be exhibiting the room during the fall portion of expo 70,&Quot Ralfs explained the two japanese represent native Solh return to Osaka in to o weeks to begin supervision of manufacturing procedures. Pumped in the previous year and the sewage treatment facilities treated four percent More sewage. Garbage collection requirements Rose Only one half percent but trash collect thin a crewed by is per rent Washington like the entire nation however Felt the Money squeeze Tai Home const Ricl ton during 1969, City residents started just a Little More than half the Homes that were started during 1968 a this problem in the construction Field can really become serious if the construction picture remains As Bleak As it apparently now is a James w Bowen acting City manager com men list police Slat is Ica show that Overall come activities a it lie decreasing slightly in the City for the six month period total number of arrests decreased 36 percent from i it pm in the same pm no Tysl it Caf Lyre during the first six months of this year automobile accidents however continue to increase a 43 percent Rise was noted for the period injuries in these accidents in creased by 19 percent and damage was up 36 percent no fatalities were recorded a in appreciation for a new responsibility being shown by our citizens a Bowen said a we Are Sec report. Page 1 school Board attorneys hear mixing discussed by Yvonne it vsk1n associated press writer Chapel. Hill Cap North Carolina school Board May soon have to face the question of whether they have an Quot obligation of assuring that each school organization and activity is integrated a a a negro civil rights attorney says Julius Chambers of Charlotte told a conference of about my school Board attorneys Friday that the next question in racial integration will tie a what happens when kids got in the Inte grated schools Quot Chandlers raised the possibility of More demands and dem ont rat ions by Black students As they find themselves unable to participate fully in the activities. Organizations and athletics of integrated schools Chambers and asst Auy Gen Andrew Vanore took part in a panel discussion during the first session of the third annual school attorneys conference Al the North Carolina Institute of government Chambers also told the lawyers he feels the Board of education and county commissioners in North Carolina have the same obligation to police compliance with the civil rights Laws As the Federal government a he said the a late Hoard and the commissioners should de Termine whether a local school unit is in compliance before granting it state and local Edu cat Nai funds a Vanore repeated the boards Contention that the problems involved in compliance a Pupil assignments busing attendance. Zoning a Are All local responsibilities and the Hoard has no obligation to police cum ply a Nee Chambers whose Law firm has handled numerous de Segre Gat Ion suits in the state said he interprets the u. S. Supreme court s de find Ion of a unitary school system As one in which the percentage of Blacks and Whites in each school equals the percentage of Blacks Ami Whites in the system head. For example in a i per cent us the students in a school District Are Black. 90 per cent of the students in each school should be Black Chambers also said his firm w seeking a negro while Leach or ratio in each school that Cor responds to the racial mix in the population of the school Dis to n i Blit Van be disagreed with chamber a interpretation he said he does t think the supreme court has clearly defined what it Means by a desegregated school or what methods it wants school hoards to use to achieve one Chambers said he feels the supreme 4�?Tnurt is never going to get any More specific in its definitions of methods he said toe court has already served notice to the nations school that they must do whatever is necessary to eliminate racially identifiable schools whether it Means geographic zoning., pair., my or busing. Vanore said he feels tin courts have been giving no consideration to the educational soundness of midyear desegregation plans and he finds mid year transfers a personally re Pugna no Quot but Chandlers told the attorneys he does no to feel the mid year switching or pupils will have much of a disrupting of fed on them or their Educa turns a it Isnit instant integration to me when we be been trying to get this since 1939. A Chambers added a ally. work at spoke to the group at. A dinner meeting a sessions were scheduled today on collective bargaining m pub lie school employment and other Legal problems of school boards and Community colleges Hiki v Larnett time Elrd a of a writer Washington Al tre i Deni i Oil sounding a Call for total mobilization against tin clean air and water says or will and a message to Congress Quot tuesday spelling out his plan to Light pollution the president disclosed Fri Day to pollution Rhoten Chicago that the first of 22 messages he promised Congress m his state �4 the Union address will con Errn the a nit pollution Cam Paturi a it will cover water pollution air pollution and also the acquit Sutton. The a go new innovative to Nancg As Well As other methods of open space for the future generations Nixon said the president careful to guard his political flanks took note of what he called a a rather sterile discussion As to who really deserves the credit for Dis covering the Issue of polio lion a a but Nikon said. A a let a just get right to the fundamentals there is pollution of air thurr is. Pollution of water we do have a major problem with regard to recreation areas in this country a if we do not act now on All these problems we Are not Quot going to have an environment that is fit to live in the United states within 1 1 to 15 years a edited to Cope with the prob Lent said the president is Quot to Lal mobilization a a it think that is the term 1 would like to apply to All of the of of of the Federal and a Ite gov i ments local govern ments. Of Industrial producers and of also the individual Cutti Zens Quot he said the president s comments came after a meeting in the marbled Chambers of Chicago s Field museum of natural history with four Republican Gover non from midwestern states the. Meeting similar to out with nine mayors in ind Tongpo its ind thursday on Ruhai problems was symbolic o what the president said was i administrations attempt to re verse the flow of a Power from Washington Hack to the states and cities and just As thursdays meeting focused on Urban problems. Friday Quot a session brought preset Quot nation of the environment lit Center stage a if in succeed in initiating a program that is effective in cleaning up our an Ami in clean chg up our water a a. M saving our recreation lands there. W ill is plenty of credit Quot for every the president said a if we Don t succeed who is to blame in t a neg to matter a the president gave few Deli ilk of w hat he has in mind in his forthcoming message but he did elaborate on the $10 billion sewage treatment program that he first announced in his state of i Union address the five Veur program the Page 8 five \ ear a a. See Nixon secretory Rogers leaves for a 16-Day trip to today Africa by John m. It i .11 to wee \ a special correspondent Washington a seere tary of state William p Rogers left today on a 16-Day african tour with instructions from president Nixon do bring Back facts and recon emendations on which he can buld a new african policy Nixon met with Rogers at a White House breakfast immediately before Takeoff from Andrews air Force base looking Forward to the results of Rogers 10-nation tour. Nixon said Rogers would report to the american people and the National Security Council upon his return and that his hiding would provide the basis for a a new african at the Airfield Rogers made Clear that he expects to do More listening than talking in his ses Sions with african leaders he Saki he would be gathering 1 the views of the leaders especially with respect to improving rela Tiene Between the United states and the african nations Nixon said Rogers Quot trip marked the first time a Secre tary of state Quot paid a state visit to Africa the Mission Nixon said Indi priority this administration places on expected programs with Africa this Indi Cates the enormous importance of Africa us 33 million people and 43 countries to the future of the world its peace and prosperity.,&Quot the trip is Rogers third major foreign tour it follows a trip last May to Vietnam and Southern Asia and. A few months later. To the Pacific Island Chain from Japan to new zealand generally the Secretary plans in do More listening than talk ing during the journey but there were reports he would offer some kind of outline of Nix a on administration policies toward Africa in a feb 12 speech in Addis Ababa the ethiopian capital i the trip schedule also includes two Days in Nigeria where the scars of civil War Are fresh Rogers Wilt Confer with Gen. Yakubu gown during the feb. 19-20 visit. He is expected to give the general personal Assur. Anees the United states intends to handle its War Relief programs to the former biafran Region in accordance with go won a policies. 4i prior to the nigerian segment of the trip Rogers plans to spend two Days in the Congo Secretary Rogers capital of. Kinshasa conferring with ail . Ambassadors stationed in Africa. He also will consult in Kins Basa with president Joseph Mobutu a bout the development of Sta Edity and recovery of the Economy in a land that was Only recently torn by Long and bitter civil War i

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