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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - February 20, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather for today Fli Rougk saturday with Roki Lon taught 3r.u huhs a turd v in Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial Milt Batman a a and 7 00 o Dork and am will be 4e-p�established 1909 ten pages Washington. North Carolina Friday afternoon february 20, 1970 daily except sunday a i my. Survey reveals americans trying to avoid my Lai u. envoys meet in Warsaw talks w. Allen Caudle Credle seeks re election As Hyde clerk Swan Quarter w Allen Credle of Sladev a lie has filed for renomination and re election As Hyde county clerk of Superior court. Credle was elected to the office in 1� and is completing his first term. The candidate paid his filing fee thursday to Fred Mason chairman of the had county Board of elections �?o1 want to thank till of the citizens of Hyde county for their support for me four years ago and ask again for their support in the democratic primary in May see Credle. Page 101 i m All tin Zichek i a coated press writer Warsaw Iasi a us. And communist chinese envoys meet today to Warsaw after an interval of Only a month . Ambassador1 Walter j. Stoessel or. And chinese charge d affaires Lei Yang headed the two teams of four men each As they did at the reopening of the ambassadorial talks on Jan 20 today a session was the 136 the in the 15-year-old. Talks the Only formal Contact Between the two world Powers. The meeting place was a Small panelled Taire reception room in the White Marble . Embassy on Ujazdowski Avenue. Warsaw s embassy Row a portrait of president Nixon is on one Wall at the a his Ese embassy last month the meeting room contained a i Hist As Well As a portrait of Mao tse Tung. One Western Diplomat in Warsaw. Commenting on the Gnu scary Short interval since the last meeting said the chinese Are interested chiefly in aggravating the russians a for that he said a they will probably agree to meet often and. As Long As they Are sure that the talks Are really secret will discuss anything including the observers also think the talks provide the americans with added leverage in their negotiations with Moscow to limit strategic weapons i v a fort Bragg victims Here is the Macdonald family victims of a band of three men and a woman who broke into their residence at fort Bragg n.c., and stabbed to death mrs. Colette Macdonald. 26. Daughters baby pictures it Kimberly 8, and Kirsten Jean 2. And left capt. Jeffrey Macdonald. 26, severely wounded. A pig Quot was scrawled in blood on headboard of mrs. Macdonald a bed. Captain Macdonald a doctor is a drag therapy specialist. Washington it a it a a Public opinion Survey on the at legend massacre of vietnamese civilians by us troops at my Lai showed most americans want to detach them aglow from it emotionally by denying the incident happened placing the blame on others or saying the killings were justified the preliminary report of the Survey by the Wright Institute of Berkeley. Calif was pre pared for the two Day congressional conference on War and National responsibility. Opening today. The report said the regt cores of America As were not unlike those off germans after world War 11 germans interviewed during a Denali fiction Campaign stood at a fair distance from nazi atrocities feeling uninvolved or denying the facts or projecting the guilt on others the study said a the same impetus to an emotional cop out that produces complacent members of a silent majority is surprisingly Strong in almost All of us Young As Well As old. Libera As Well As conservative interviewer As Well As said Edward m Opton or and Robert duckies of the Institute in a paper prepared for the conference. The Institute said the report was prepared on the basis of first round contacts with 123 persons. 46 of whom were interviewed in depth while 11 were Given Shorter questioning the remaining persons contacted did not participate for various reasons including a number who a scoped with the go see my Lai. Page 10 heart volunteers ringing sunday when your Doorbell rings in a special Way this weekend Yob May feel a Tingle in your heart Don t worry it will he a heart fund Volunteer making an annual visit to Speed the War against heart and blood vessel diseases. This heart ambassador calling to distribute heart guarding information and to receive heart fund contributions. Is in a sense a stand in for a big crowd of people one of them might be a child Down the Street whose inborn heart defect was corrected by heart surgery. Another might be the woman in the next Block whose High blood pressure has been brought under control by new advances in treatment. Yet another might be a business associate who. Has recovered from a heart attack or an elderly Friend restored to productive life after a stroke among them also might be a youngster now safeguarded against repeat attacks of rheumatic fever. You easily can guess the size of the crowd because 27 million of 200 million americans suffer from some form of cardiovascular disease. That Means one out of eight in this Community. With these same diseases responsible for more1 than half of All deaths the importance of the heart volunteers Mission can scarcely be overstated. So put out the Welcome mat and remember the Volunteer is working for your heart. Give generously. Bulletin Raleigh a democratic rep 1. H Fountain of tar Hon Dean of n o r t h it a r a i i n a a ring reunion a i Delege i Tun. Wan Annfred today of keeping Kin 2nd District neat a it Koot a fight an the deadline for filing an Candida ten a panned. There were new Peralta to Day Filer but Only two Nur Prue candidates. Tkv were the Rev. I. C. Nixon of new Bern who filed an a democratic candidate in the tut pm Strart and f. R Beber of lumber Bridge a retired army a to Lowel who tiled of a title la candidate in the 7th District Senate passes education Bill Over South s Effort South fails to attach resignation of civil rights chief sends tremors through gop liberals ban�nbusin9 by if dui National rail strike again threatens u. S. Authorities tighten secrecy around investigation of fort Bragg slaying by Richard Daw associated press writer it Bragg n c. A it frightened residents of a military housing project where a Green Beret doctors pregnant wife and two Small children were slain Are keeping outdoor lights on through the night arming themselves and buying stronger door locks meanwhile authorities tight ened the secrecy around their investigation into the baffling slayings neither military or civilian police would reveal whether Progress was being made As the Lone survivor of tuesdays macabre stabbings capt Jeff Rev Macdonald. 26. Continued to recover at it. Bragg s Womack army Hospital. Authorities even refused to reveal funeral plans for the slain mrs Macdonald. 26, and the Macdonald daughters. Kimberly. 6. And Kristen. 2. They were from Patchogue. N y. Mrs Macdonald and her daughters were found stabbed and bludgeoned and Macdon Aid wounded in their six room apartment about 4 . Tuesday by military police who answered Macdonald s telephoned Call for help Macdonald who suffered a Stab wound which pierced a lung and other less serious in juries. Told police the brutal attack was carried out by a hip pie Type band he said there were three men and a blonde girl who carried a Candle and murmured. A acid is groovy kill the pigs a acid is a Slang term for the hallucinatory drug us scrawled in blood on the headboard of the Macdonald bed was the word a pig residents of the 924-family Post housing Complex where the Macdonald lived. Corregidor courts armed themselves and reinforced their door locks and military police patrols were stepped up sharply 1 w Ashington it a it a nationwide a rail shutdown this weekend became a distinct pos Nihi Lity following a breakdown in negotiations Between the a nation s railroads and four shop Craft unions both sides in the i flu War awaited a decision by a feral District judge Howard Cor Cor an who scheduled a hearing to Day on whether to extend res training orders that have halted i coast to coast shutdown since Jan 31 Quot it was a great disappoint moot a assistant Secretary of labor w j. Usery the Nixon administration s chief trouble shooter in the bargaining talks. Said after negotiations collapsed in Miami Beach Fla. Thursday night a what we have Hen looks like a impossible impasse William Winpisinger chief negotiator Tor the four Al Cio unions said while no plans on striking could he made until after a court decision a the great est mind changer is the the unions have pledged not. To strike before saturday previous court orders halted a strike by the four unions against inc Cai Troad the Union Pacific ant a nationwide slowdown of All other railroads that was caller in retaliation by the Industry i Faery declined to say whether the White House would seek special legislation to halt a nationwide shutdown Hyram o. Paul succumbs today Hyram Overton Paul or. Age 52 of it. 2, Aurora died in the Beaufort county Hospital Early this morning. Or. Paul we married to Nancy Butner Paim a member of the Campbell s Creek methodist Church masonic Lodge no 300. Served As chairman of the Church Board and a trustee. He is survived by his wife one son Hyram Paul jr., it. .2, Aurora one daughter miss Ida Anne Paul of the Home his Mother mrs Ida Paul four Brothers j. T. Paul of Aurora m. A. Paul. Or. Of Virginia Harry Paul of Baltimore my. Vic a a tor1 h Paul of Compton two Sisters mrs. Louis Tetterton of Durham and mrs. Haryey Austin of it 2. Aurora funeral services will be held at the Campbells Creek methodist Church saturday afternoon at 3 00 . Services will be conducted by the Rev. John Yount and Rev Jessie Staton burial will follow in the Mixon cemetery. Serving As pallbearers will be Charlie Godley John Hooker Joe Hollowell. Harvey Paul Austin David t. Mayo and Keith Brantley. In lieu of Flowers the family requests be made to the heart fund. Cayton will not seek re election Alton Cayton chairman of the Beaufort count Board of commissioners today announced that he would not he a candidate for renomination and re election. Or. Cayton said a when my present term is completed. I will have served eight terms and 16 years As a commissioner. 1 think that is Long enough. I deeply appreciate the pith and Confidence shown in me Over these past 16 years. I feel that 1 have tried conscientiously to serve the people of Beaufort county. I now feel that it is time for me to retire from Public As of now no candidate has announced from Chocowinity town ship for county commissioner. Ity . or d puss Wriler Washington a when welfare Secretary Robert h. Finch stupa his toe at the White House the Liberal Wing of the Nixon government suffers Apo. a Finch setback such As the forced resignation this week of i eone Panetta the vigorous civil High la chief in the let part ment of health. Education and welfare invariably Send Shock Tremont through the thin Ning ranks of administration lib eras however much he spurns the role the 44 year old californian and reputed presidential confidant is the spiritual Leader of Republican liberals in washing ton most of them perched in hew Anci called somewhat air Ris ively a of Inch a crowd they All feel threatened �?o1 wonder who is went War ried one Young government poll Nixon s Newyl re Law firm a first John Means was eased nut then Len garment was consigned to obscurity and now Leon none of us is Safe a Sears a Liberal was replaced this year As chief while House political operative by Harry c i ent a conservative southerner and former aide to sen Strom Thurmond. R so Ieon Rford Gar ment another Liberal and for Mer Nixon Law partner while still at the White House is Little heard from do of Finch s most trusted the v nos Jet Tyniw Feigly when asked about the morale effect of v while House ordered Nussler people Are diving for shelter he murmured associated press Werher. the Senate has passed a 6<6 billion education Aid Bill after defeat my Southern efforts to attach a provision to ban the busing of id achieve school Inte in of obvious Shew it get solid an it hew Tup siders offered a Nelta a Young aggressive Call Ornia a standing ova lion at fhe conclusion of his emotional new conference on his resignation no Cabinet officer is immune from residential Rebuff but finches encounters Are read sex Ira carefully for signs of a right Ward or lot Ward lean within the Nistra Cion new hew t of i m a # a. Scott to fight chief softer on a c. For Craven by. Miel Yancey associated press writer Raleigh a gov Bob Scott apparently in hopeful that the department of health. Eds cation arid1 welfare will soften a Stern letter directing North Carolina to come up with a plan that would drastically boost integration in slate sup ported colleges and universities the hew letter made Public thursday gave North Carolina 12u Day to come up with such a plan. It threatened a in Federal Aid funds which now amount to More than 146 Mil lion a year if the stale fails to act. Scott gave no indication he was ready to direct state officials to Start working on such mrs. Dan Taylor Dies thursday a funeral services were held for my Annie Plummer Taylor at 11 of clock today from the first methodist Church with the Rev Kelly Wilson pastor officiating a life Long resident of Washington she was born february 4, 1889. Daughter of the late or. Samuel Timothy Nicholson and Annie Lucas Nicholson. She was married to Dan fird Edmondson Taylor of Scotland on october 19. 1911, and except for a few years following her marriage spent her entire life in surviving Are a son. S. T Nicholson Taylor of new Bern a daughter. Mrs. Dale Swift Cone of Albuquerque a. My two grandchildren s. Timothy Taylor of Nashville. Tenn. And mrs. John Branison of Yorktown a. And one great grandchild her nieces and nephews in Washington Are w b. Carter. S. T. N. Carter. Mrs Sam Mordecai. Mrs. Andrew Taylor and mrs. Eugene Tankard burial was in Oakdale cemetery with the following Active pallbearers Sam Tim Carter Sam t. Moore Danny Jackson. Lonnie Moore William b Carter. Samuel f Mordecai. Danford Cutchin and Eddie Pendleton a plan �?�1 do Mil intend to embark lightly on a course which appears to me to Lead to the destruct Ion of North Carolinas Public higher education tacit the governor said to a statement Scott noted that the author of the letter. Leon Panetta has re signed As head of hew s office of civil rights and said. 1 feel sure that 1ms successor will recognize that North Carolina is a Eom prance Panetta said North Carolina is still operating universities which Are predominantly White or predominantly Black and said they a must discharge heir affirmative duty by adopting measures that will result in de segregation As soon As Admus Ira Lively possible Quot the hew official called on the state to formulate a a system wide plan of cooperation to tween institutions involving consolidation of dem offerings faculty Exchange student Exchange and general institution Al sharing of resources a Scott pointed out that a it has. Fineen the policy of this state i or a Many years to accept applicants at All Public colleges and universities without regard Tarace Quot the hew letter he said a does not deny this fact but states that the state of North Carolina is operating a. System of higher education in w hich see universities. Page 10 Cherry Point Cape rep Walter Jones say he sex peels gov Bob Scott in Wash Inglodi it dec Day to join in the Light to prevent a drastic Cut Hock tit i lie aircraft repair a Quot a Yudities. Al the Cherry Point a rim air station Jones and Oil try North Carolina congressmen Are prom Tig Hie Pentagon not to shut Down the naval air rework facility which pumps an estimated s2k million a year into the laggard l. Glt a it a a i of v eco weft v Sontz 2.7m�?T Povl tip a Are pm i in he Nark repair Plant attached to the Cherry Point or station at the Mouth of the non a a a River about is Miles Southeast of new Bern the defense department is reported to be considering cur tailing operations or abolishing the facility apogee by Lorn said thursday in Wash Egton lie was very concerned Oxer the threat to the continuation of the Cheri v Point Narf lie said no filial decision Hafi Lieen made of its future. But that one a was expected within a Tew Days --�4 d Livingstone Stallings chairman of the Craven Connly commission said he had heat d the defense department was weighing the possibility of shutting Down the repair fail by a this is one a i the most Liras tie a Ami could in one of the see shutdown. Page 10 Graton but in Southern Senate de feat thursday was offset some what in Tny House in re Dixie forces won their fight to attach a it the Legrega t Ion a me my Menta to a new appropriations Bill for in departments of health. Edit cation and welfare and Lalmer Tny mouse amendments prohibit use of Federal Money to forre1 Hutting of school children by scam ii districts or the Federal government Tny amendments also legalize Freedom id Choice desegregation plans and make it Hunter to Cut off Federal funds to school districts not complying with integration orders a to 119 4 billion hew labor spending measure is embroiled in another controversy presi Dent Antyon tanks it take a $19 7 see-Bill., Page if Belhaven Soldier killed in Vietnam Pic Patrick l Cote the son of in late mrs Lillie Palmer of Belhaven was killed in Vietnam february 4 Pic ctr of graduated in the year 1969 Iron the Belhaven High school in Belhaven funeral service will lie held Hundal at p.39. P m from tar new it twee of Ptim �?T.tuthi�.1 Belhaven with the army chaplain officiating burial will take place in the Chirk cemetery Belhaven with Whitfield 4 m charge of Whitley in arrangements surviving Are he Foster Mother mrs Louise Lydd of new York a a. It me by a a ther. J Nannie Mann of Page City. Kit. Two York c it by mrs Mary Jane Mann. Of Belhaven serving As pallet bearers will be the t s army there will be a Lull n t m u�-1 i 1 the reviewing of body will be Friday at a at Whitfield 4 Whit my funeral Home unlit saturday ii am the body will be taken to the Chapel of Whitfield 4 Whitley funeral Home in Belhaven sat to reviewing of body w ill lie sat at i a the family will he at the Home of or and mrs. Harvey Mann. Al l Pamlico St. Belhaven. Mrs Taylor. A Annie Plummer to her Many friends was Active in politics until her later years and she maintained an interest in the democratic she was the first woman in Beaufort county to run for a local cancer unit elects new officers or. Garland Homes local dentist was elected president of the Beaufort county unit of the american cancer society last night at the organization s annual meeting at the City fire station other new officers elected included first vice president Donald Dawson second vice president Jesse Spruill and Secretary mrs Bobby Andrews. Treasurer Frank rotting and medical advisor or Clark Rodman were re elected for one year terms. I incur committee chairmen elected included mrs Lindsey Woolard service committee mrs r p Mckenzie. Or. Nominating committee. Mrs Public office. Although Defeated she ran for Register of deeds in Mildred Hoe i memorial com 1936 she was poll Holder in uni tree. L h Ross legacy Pineville precinct for Many committee. Gene Ali Good years she was also customs collector at one time and was a Delegate to the National convention in Philadelphia mrs Taylor was a charter member of the Crescie Book club and a member of the first. Methodist Church her lifetime Annie plummets Quot trademark was her warm outpouring spirit. She was always interested in All Mankind throughout life friends by the score made their Way to her Home her mind was a Rich storehouse of memory with Many see Taylor Tege 10 crusade chairman Boyd Beasley Educa Tion com Mil tee and Tommy Harris publicity committee outgoing president Garland Beddard was elected As chairman of the units Board of directors named to two year terms on the Board of directors were Beddard. Mrs. Thomas tune tall. Or and mrs c. E. Hickman. Mrs. James r Waters mrs. F b Houston. W r Roberson or. Louis Worsley. Mrs. D r Champion. Or. Fred Howdy. Or. See cancer. Page 10 new acs officers new off Loews of to by if two unit erf the american cancer society Crft to it pal Don Das son first vice president Frank Rollins tree urn a Garland Beddard outgoing president and chairman of the Board erf directors and second vice president Jesse Spruill Cue cues plans for the coming year. Newly elected president or. Garland Home was not. Present Tor the photo by Litchfield
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