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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - February 12, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather fair and cold wat Tim few with if temperature Fri Deyot Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial m6-214s Between a 30 and 7 00 o Dort and one will be delivered. To yet Esi a fit it of it i 90v in pages Washington North Carolina. Thursday a fim uary in 1970 a Daft Folk. Rogers turns to africans by Michael Goldsmith a a Oria de pm writer Addis Araba Ethiopia i api a Secretary at state William p Roger turned his attention. Today to the problems at Black Africa after outlining the Nixon administration s policy on the Middle East for eventual relay to egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser no diplomatic relations with Egypt or the Sudan the u s. Officials declined to say whether Rogers asked Tito to convey any american proposals to. The Arab leaders., rut Rogers undoubtedly sought to enlist Titos help in american peace efforts both american and yugoslav officials said the discussion i a Rogers met Tor an hour and is minutes wednesday night with Yugoslavia s president Tito who by coincidence also was visiting the ethiopian capital. Tito flew to Kenya today and next weekend goes on to the Sudan. Egypt and Libya. American officials reported Rogers and Tito agreed an Effort should be made to secure an embargo on arms deliveries to both Israel and the Arab states but a far More meaningful result of the meeting was the Clear picture of the american position which Tito can now present to Nasser u s officials pointed out before the meeting that Tito a re lation with the revolutionary Arab leaders and with Nasser in particular Are much closer than those of the United states and that the yugoslav Leader could play a constructive role in efforts to find a negotiated settlement. The United states has brought the iwo countries a Waif together on the Middle East and other International problems Rogers met for an hour today with emperor Haile Selassie then was the guest of Honor at a luncheon Given by the emperor the american Secretary also met Diallo Telli the guinean Diplomat who is Secretary Gen Era of the organization of african Unity which has its Headquarters in Addis Aba Bol both Haile Selassie and Telli Are concerned Over the White supremacy regimes in Southern Africa Rogers undoubtedly pleased them when he declared on his arrival from Tunis wednesday that these regimes Quot Are contrary to the dignity of Many a and an obstacle to pre Gress and stability in Africa Rogers continues his 10-nation african tour Friday following Tito to Nairobi for a meeting with kenyans president Jomo Kenyatta. Economic signposts reveal various directions in u. S. By Sterling f. Griffn so Eri ated press writer Washington it apr if you re among the 205 million americans who Don t know whether they Are heading into recession and want to find out try keeping watch on this handful of key monthly Indica tors or loth. In critical months just ahead the Gross National product and the Commerce Liepart merits Quot summary of leading indicators also Are in Dispensa we knots of the economic seers hut they Are hard for Amateur to handle the Gnu appears Only quarterly the a leading in in this Miinch oupply�?3�?the�?tot a Torso arc sophisticated que Gohng pressure and productive Melba Lixin hut nol All the dials charts and graphs Tell the same Story some suggest a feverish Boom i roaring on. Others reflecting the trends of Auto sales and housing hint the patient is going into m decline a Over the nest few months the Chart Linch should he Tion economists say they will be watching most closely this win let and Spring they appear on various dates in the month tot Kiv ing the month concerned Money Supply if the Money Supply begins to Rise Lerret oilily. It Means that the Federal Reserve Board has begun to relax its tight Money in hrs credit Rotim become Young americans will Cut sugar Cane in Cuba Westmoreland. Says its Timeto reorient a a m Quot it Ltd a emf Man 9 a military writer Washington a api with the Reg Lar army being Cut a Back Gen. Wiliam v. Westmoreland has told his top aides Quot it is time now to reorient our thinking Quot and strengthen the reserves Quot As we look to the future we see a period of reduction in the Over ail strength and capabilities of the Active army and a period wherein we must place increasing Reliance on the capabilities of our army Reserve a components Quot the chief of staff said. In a memo to the beads of army staff agencies Westmoreland said they will be1 required to make the army National guard and Reserve Quot full partners on our army team with material personnel and Quot improved recognition and cooperation a a he made Clear he expects All his key generals and their staffs to drop any attitude of noncooperation with the reserves Reserve officers have complained the regulars have Given backup forces Only reluctant support often relegating the guard and Reserve to second class status. % Westmoreland s me Moran it see reserves. Page 8 mrs. Thelma Buck Dies wednesday mrs Thelma Upton Buck age 56, resident of 225 East main Street died in the Beaufort county Hospital Here wednesday mor Ning at 11 45 of clock following a critical illness of one hour. A a funeral services will be held at the first free will Baptist Church Friday afternoon at 2 of clock conducted by the Rev. Wayne Smith pastor burial will follow in Oakdale cemetery. The body will be moved from the Paul funeral Home to the Church one hour prior to service. The following will serve As Active pallbearers Curtis Atkins Jim Bell William Boyd John Duke . Guthrie Earl Gaskins Johnny Smith and Stanley Fulford. A seamstress Kirs. Buck was Bora in. Beaufort county oct. 5, 1.913, daughter of the late James Thomas and Mary Adelaide Sasnette Aligood she was an if 1 Active member of the first free will Baptist Church a member of die Fellowship sunday school class serving As president. She was a member of the ladies see Buck Page a a Saint John a hundreds of Young americans converged on new Brunswick a chief port today to Board a cuban freighter which will take them to Cut sugar Cane for Fidel Castro. A spokesman Bruce Jacobs of hew York said their purpose was Quot pm Quot act of Solidarity Wilt the cuban revolution Quot and to protest Quot Yankee the ship the Luis Marcos Bergnes was ret aping 212 other Young americans who had been helping with the Cane Harvest since november. Port officials said the freighter had been Riding out a storm in the Bay of Fundy and was expected to arrive during the afternoon the first Busload of 43 youths crossed the Maine new Brunswick Border at 12 30 a m Al St. Stephen 85 Miles West of Saint John an estimated 600 Young a people from cities As far away As Seattle and san Francisco had. Assembled in. Boston and chartered buses carried them through Maine during the night. Sugar is Cuba s major Export crop and Castro has proclaimed a goal of 10 million tons this year. But the Harvest last year is believed to have totalled less than 5 million tons and Castro admitted in a speech monday night the current Harvest has run into trouble because of bad weather and de isee sugar Cane Page 8 Everett seeks seat held by Walter Jones Raleigh r. Frank Everett a Robersonville Farmer businessman announced today he Ira a candidate for the us. House of representatives in North Carolina s first congressional District. Everett who made the announcement Ata news conference in the sir Walter hotel in Raleigh formerly served As a Democrat for four terms in the North Carolina general assemble rett. Now a Republican told reporters at the conference a indies and gentlemen. Am a his direct approach in announcing keynotes Everett a plan for a straightforward Campaign a hard hitting and to the in his remarks Everett criticized his oppose it. Rep. Walter b. Jones for his recent vote to override president Nixon s veto of the $19.7 billion health. Education and welfare appropriations Bill in voting with the Liberal minority an this Issue he said Jones Quot cast aside concern for the people of this joined forced with the very liberals be claims to oppose Quot Quot if we Are to attack the great issues of pollution crime control of our schools and Infra turn. I m going to have to have your support and you re going to have to have someone in Washington you can trus even when the chips Are Down he added Waters funeral slated Friday funeral services for Lewis Edgar Waters age 76, of it. 1, Washington will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home Here Friday afternoon at 1 30 of clock with the Rev. Sister Hilda Walters officiating burial will follow in the Charles Waters cemetery at Pine town his nephews will serve As pallbearers. Or Waters died suddenly in the Beaufort county Hospital wednesday morning at 1 30 of clock he had been in failing health for several years. Or. Waters was born at Pinetown aug. 13,1893, son of the late Jim and Nancy Tetter ton Waters. He was a Veteran of world War 1. Surviving Are one son James Wayne Waters of Soperton. A. Employment and unemployment rate 3. Consumer and whole Sale prices 4 Industrial production. 5. Retail sales these were listed by top rank government Ecoff fists As a Moog the is Jot signposts they will be studying to read the trend of inflation or recession. That d lakes a near professional to interpret them to re Are literally hundreds of other indicators the unending Stream of statistics from Washington i unmatched no and frequent readings of its own economic pulse monetary blood Gin to set a pattern maybe Flat out in a leveling off of business maybe Down into a Reeves Sion maybe up in a resumed Boom maybe Down Liten up in a Saucer shaped dip and recon re Oto plentiful interest rate Quot would tend to let lira of a or Many months the Federal Reserve system has held the Money Supply in tight rein the Rise has been at a rate of less than i per cent a year if it months in a Row then it s Safe in assume monetary policy has Usu East is Many economists inside and outside the government suspect it May now tie time to release the reins to a void i recession but the Federal Reserve even when to decides to move won t proclaim a change in monetary a v �14 Wei move no fitly 4< Here a what to look for in the five key indicators adm Nistra should climb to a Quot rate of 2 or 3 per cent a year for two or More avoid i in a Xiru Goik is Aetiology Quot on which inflation feeds the fur will make its Deci Sion in secret and begin fainting new Money very gradually into the Hanking system rut its monthly Munch Supply figure a ret by ostomy. Page a rep. Carson will bring suit aimed at testing legality of school busing Hen. Edo a Onia Thursen. Gurganus announces for re election state senator Edgar j. A red Quot Gurganus erf Williamston announced today that he would seek re toe Tuat i to the North Carlma state Senate for his Rev v successive term subject to the democratic primary in May. Senator Gurganus served in the former second senatorial District in 1963 and served the present District composed of Beaufort. Dare Hyde Martin and Tyrrell counties in the 1969 session. During the 1969 session he served As chairman of the committee of Public welfare. Vice chairman of the subcommittee on appropriations and vice chairman of judiciary committee. He also served on committees on roads courts and judicial districts Constitution correctional institutions and Law enforcement. Since adjournment last july he has been serving by appointment to the legislative research commission and the teachers and state employees benefits study commission recently governor Scott named him chairman of the commission of correction the policy making body for the North see Gurganus Page 8 Charlotte it a it state rep Lames h Carson says he will bring a suit this week aimed at Precept Totag a constitutional test of compulsory school busing in the u. S. Supreme court Carson a Young Charlotte legislator and lawyer sponsored a Bill passed by the last North Carolina legislature that bars involuntary busing of pupils to achieve desegregation the Law a a invoked wednesday by gov. Bob Scott in a pledge not to authorize Public expend i lures Lor Coirin cursory busing apparently clashes with a Federal court order for total desegregation of Charlotte and Mecklenburg county schools county school officials predict at least 12,500 pupils will have to be bused to meet the Man Date hended Down by u s e James b Mcmillan Ajo a animated press Survey showed this w tie most sweeping order of its. Kind in the South the Survey showed that in six of the states no bus ing has been Ordema these Are South Carolina. Georgia. Too Nisi Ana Mississippi. Alabama and Texas Carson said i will seek an injunction in Mecklenburg Superior court to prohibit Charlotte Mecklenburg school offi Etas from carrying out tote or Der he said he hoped Mcmillan would meet the injunction if granted with a request for a three judge Federal panel to judge the Laws constitutionality the panel s rung then could he appealed directly to the us Puerne court in an attempt to obtain an explicit ruling on bus ing he said. He added the state attorney general a office would Delend the Law. The High a a court while making it Cleat Quot Thal further delays in de segregating will no longer be pixies Calls on hew to Stop Quot harassment Quot Farmville. N. C. A rep. Til ii b Jones in a. Has Call d on the department of health. Education and welfare to Quot St it a the harassment tactics against North Carolina universities Jones told hew Secretary Robert h Finch in a letter made Public wednesday that he was a whew a dered that hew could find any reason to ques Tion the integration practices of East Carolina University and the Utemei ity of North Candina at Chapel Olill Jones said that As a former trustee of unc and As a close affiliate of ecu a it is difficult for me to tie Lieve that you can find discrimination politics at either of these outstanding inst fighting of oxygen a Here Are some of the tens of thousands of fish that broke through the ice on Island Lake at Shoreview. Minn., a St. Paul suburb for a breath of oxygen. The Snow has shut out sunlight from underwater i plants and thus stopped the Plant conversion of Carbon dioxide into oxygen which the fish breath this is a Hole 10 feet by 15 feet which the fish butted with their Heads hundreds of the fish died then people in pan opening holes. Tut ions a he continued Quot i respectfully ask you to Stop the harassment tactics by members of your staff in order that the educational process can continue uninterrupted a Jones also told Finch that Quot currently hew has forced seven counties in a his first a on Gressional District into lengthy and costly court actions result ing in Complete abolition of local control and support Over school operations. The remain tog counties in the 19-county Dis tru t have been forced to com ply with unreasonable demands and time schedules from hew Quot Jones said hew Quot has already done enough to destroy the Sec a see Jones Page 8-answers May come in school quest Washington a North Carolina school officials May get an answer this month to their plea for $900.000 to help feed 42.000 school children who Don t gel enough to eat at lunch time Ralph Eaton. North Carolina food service director reported recently that a Survey of the state s school principals had shown thousands of children go hungry because their families Are just above the income level below which pupils get free or reduced rate lunches others he said arc just too proud to ask for help Eaton who directed the sur vey has asked the department of agriculture for additional funds to help feed the children for the rest of the school year but her tie it d Rorex. Direct Ottoiii child nutrition at the department. Said a number of other , also suffered from fund shortages. He said no decision had been made whether to ask Congress for additional appropriations or to shift funds from states operating the lunch program with a surplus Rorex said the entire problem see lunches. Page 8 tolerated has never handed Down a tilling dealing directly with the question whether bus my is required Charlotte Mecklenburg school officials meanwhile said they would go ahead with preliminary plans to bus some 12, Pupil to Obj the Federal court order despite to mrs a flip announcement of Educa i Ion William e Poe. Said Scott a statement Quot adds to the impossibility of complying with judge Mcmillan a ruling Quot Quot i think we re going to have to Tov this before the appellate court and say its physically impossible to comply Quot Poi. Said. A majority of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Hoard of Educa Tion has indicated its favors appealing the order to a he u s 4th circuit court of appear in Rieuf Nind. A Morgan seeks reversal on housing Rule Raleigh a atty Gen Robert Morgan a has urged the supreme court to reverse a lower court ruling that an act of the 1969 general Assembly Ere rating the North Carolina Nous melt Orp is unconstitutional but state Hep Sam Johnson. 1 Wake argued wednesday that the ruling of Superior court fudge James ii Pou Hailey should tie upheld Johnson said the act which authorizes the issuance of up to $200 million in Revenue Bonds to finance housing for the poor would permit the use of Public fund ii for a private purpose atty Gen Robert Morgan contended the Money would tie used for a Public purpose and that judge Bailey a decision should he overturned Quot this court has ruled in a number of said Morgan Quot that improvement of housing in blighted area is for a Public purpose chief Justice William ii Bob Biu agreed that the court Nad made such ruling but he said the housing authority Quot does not provide housing it provides lending Money in some Remote Way instead of a direct Quot the ultimate purpose mor Gan insisted Quot is to or Divide housing for Low income people a Quot you Don t know that the us 4see housing. Page 8t a mrs. Queenie b. Sutton passes Greenville mrs Queenie Boyd Sutton age 46, died in Pitt memorial Hospital this morning funeral services will be conducted at 2 30 pm saturday at Gorham s swamp pentecostal holiness Church by the Rev Willis seems and the Rev Gene burial will be in the Boyd family cemetery near the Home. Surviving Are her husband. Lenur w. Sutton a son Jimmie l Sutton of the Home her Mother. Mrs. Mary Boyd Hardee of Calico Crossroads a sister. Mrs Harvey Taylor of Bethel and two Brothers Harold and Jesse Ray Boyd both of Calico Crossroads Ham d bund Bundy to talk at red men s ladies night Sam d Bundy of Farmville popular lining after dinner a Peukert Xiu feature the annual ,.j� a i of Quot of Tau tribe no 18. Improved order of Rcd men. A i on wednesday. Feb 18 at 7 in p a. It is announced today the meeting will be held at the Redman s Hail a a fast third Street and some 200 members and guests Are expected for the event t another highlight of the banquet will be the recognition of outstanding member Quot of the fraternal organization Tor ser vice rendered to the Lodge during the past year j or Bundy has been Active Over \ the years in educational fraternal civic professional and Church activities education has been his vocation and he presently serves As principal of the Sam d Bundy school he a Farmville where he was. Graduated from school and has served since 1947 in an administrative capacity Bundy has appeared before several business professional civic and Church groups Here m Beaufort county and is a widely sought entertainer tickets for the event Are now on Sale by members of the redraw end a organization members Are urged to Purchase their tickets this week Harry Swindell Dies in Belhaven Belhaven Harry Swindell. Age 84 retired Horticulturist and Nursery operator Here died wednesday at his Home Here funeral Plaas Are incomplete and will be announced by the Paul funeral Home Here a j4 or. Swindell a life Long resident of this Community was. Born nov 17. 1885 son of the late George 1, and Annie Laurie Overton lie was a member of St. James episcopal Church. Surviving Are one brother. Ital a i 3w Intel of Belhaven and two Sisters. Mrs Brown and miss Vivian Swindell both of Belhaven hearing add by Raleigh toe North Carolina utilities commission planned to hold a hearing today to decide whether City by m in Charitte should require passengers to have the exact 25 cent fare when they get on. Charlotte City coach inc., said it wanted to put the plan into effect to Drivers have to carry a lot of Cash to make change Tor passengers and become easy prey for hold upe
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