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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - January 3, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWe atm Washington daily news h you do not got your a of. A a end t m o a a we my h09 we Smy in. Worm , auit too a we re Ltd a a Oraill exp lip sunday a a Nixon announces psf amp to monthly draft allotment pollution War moves Oughty no top priorities Triangle will create pollution consortium Washington a an air pollution control consortium will be created monday by the University of North Carolina Duke University and North Carolina state University the news and observer s Washington Bureau said Friday. A it will be the first operation of its kind in the nation the Raleigh newspaper said the Bureau said the partner ship agreement will be signed by top officials of the universities at a ceremony in the1 research Triangle Headquarters of the National air pollution control administration. Gov. Bob Scott and Federal air pollution controls officials Are scheduled to attend. Robert Finch Secretary of health welfare and education is expected to announce the agreement As a prototype of regional Antipol Hixion education which the government will seek across the nation the Bureau said it added the agreement will Call for three Capua operation in exchanging information faculty members and services relating to air pollution under the proposal it was said the three institutions would pledge that technical services on air pollution control would be made available to communities industries and citizens groups fighting pollution the Bureau said the Nixon administration will give the consortium a big boost As one of the first anti pollution moves since the president s announcement that he intends to make the War on pollution a major Domestic task during the new decade Black Soldier going into White cemetery . Troops repel attack heavy losses by George Esper associated press writer Saigon apr american infantrymen defending a Hilltop position South of Danang repelled an enemy attack Early to Day and inflicted heavy casualties on the attackers. The . Command said seven americans and 29 enemy soldiers. Were killed when the enemy assaulted the outpost 108 Miles South of Danang. Twelve other . Soldiers were wounded. It was the third enemy attack this week to cause serious american casualties. The outpost was manned by troops of the America divisions a cloth brigade. Striking about Midnight the enemy troops attacked under cover of a 60-round mortar barrage that pinned Down the defenders. They charged the perimeter firing rifles and machine guns and the fight lasted four hours. The commander of another America division company was relieved because enemy snipers slipped through the perimeter of his units night defensive position during the new years cease fire killing eight americans and wounding five others. A the battalion commander Felt the company commander failed to observe order and supervise the proper night defensive procedures Quot a division spokesman said today. The at see War Page 8 by Phil Oramous associated press writer Birmingham Ala. Apr pfc. Bill Terry a negro Soldier killed in Vietnam last july is being ret Terrad today w a formerly All White cemetery his Mother and 16-year-old wife obtained a court order to buy the burial plot near his boyhood Home. A Brief service is planned at our lady of Fatima roman Catholic Church after the coffin is removed from All negro Shadow Lawn cemetery. A we done to plan anything elaborate and done to anticipate a Large crowd or any excitement Quot said the Rev. Eugene Farrell Terry 20, asked that he be buried in sout Lawn cemetery if he did not survive the War. His Mother said it can be seen from the porch of his boyhood Home by John Longet associated Prtela writer Washington a Prest Dent Nixon has announced a top priority Lac tha attack an pol i lion but some critics contend the tools available for the fight have Blunt edges and broken handles a Federal efforts Are scat lured. Tied to under funded programs and largely ineffective says a report compiled by the democratic study group for some 140 members of the House mostly liberals a a critical rightly conclude that we have neither a National policy on the environment nor the ability to protect the Public a treat a the report continues Quot few National problems Are handled with such a diffusion of administrative attention and responsibility a a for instance present Antipol Lution Law enforcement and programs Are scattered through nine Cabinet level agencies the president s office and a serpentine lineage of inter Agency committees and boards in the House alone six differ ent committees consider environment legislation. And crucial decisions in this area As in All others is made by yet a seventh committee appropriations Nixon in signing a Bill to create the Council on environmental Quality said new year s Day that ant pollution is a a now or never but some congressmen fear the Council could be just another complication in trying to solve the problem. The Council a looked on As building environmental considerations into presidential decisions. U will not figure in Day to Day head banging Over pollution. Further emphasis on the problem will come in the presidents state of the Union message later in the month. Opponents of this and other councils in principle see these bodies As seeking the lowest corp in denominator among several departmental Points of View. A More bureaucracy need not bring More action Quot said rep Leonard Farbstein d n.y., when the Council Bill cleared the House stacks of ant pollution legislation lie in Congress included Are Bills against fuel additives stricter pollution limits for air and water and one measure by Carl f Kubr Dott aaa Aceti a press writer Bangkok api vice president Spiro t. Agnew a Aid today president Nixon would not Send combat troops to Asia Quot Quot a without Congress Tona i up Preval and in Tesa Tome very extreme Provo Atory and Autv slant a i act Ion took aware Agnew gave this n a reason for the administration s endorsement of the curb voted by use of american ground troop in Laos or Thailand speaking with reporters on air Force two Agnew said Nixon a support of the curb Quot Indi rated the president conviction system could be changing Littia Hopa for slowdown move needed capital crime reaches All time High More alb officials blame Congress and courts by William j. Waugh associated arts writer that we web amp Twidt become in Washington tape a Mur voted in any Selec combat a Dar rape and robbery reached Elmwood officials said re which Wou a Ren Reni the fight unities with our troops in Asia unless some very extreme Provo Atory and substantial action took place that might make it necessary for him to seek re evaluation by the at the same time the vice president disclosed that the asian leaders with whom he has talked so far rather than fearing subversion and infiltration Are afraid of Quot total attack no infiltration an unmistakable attack by another Power which would be an act of War a while he did not say so pre Casety the implication of a new s words was that any i 1 action to carry out its treaty commitments in Asia barring a massive external attack would be confined to naval and air forces Agnew talked with reporters in route from Taipei. Formosa where he met with president Chiang Kai Shek. He praised Thailand s a self reliant attitude in supporting South Vietnam while a simultaneously combating armed communist led insurgents within it own Borders by using its own after receiving full military honors at Bangkok Airport. A new went downtown and a i hour liter went to the Cut Riata Palace for an audience with King hum Biol and Queen strip kit. As in other stops on his Tina lion asian tour. Agnews Viril to Thailand was designed to give reassurances that the United states plans to maintain its asian treaty commitments while stressing asian self Reliance in his Chat with reporters aboard air Force two Agnew indicated strongly that there is some confusion m the places he is visiting Abou the precise meaning of the Nixon doctrine outlined by the president on Guam last july. An All time High in the nation s capital in 198� and Many Washington Law enforcement officers say there will be no slowdown until Congress acts and court at to tildes change police chief Jerry v Wilson released charts labelled to slum hat crime turned upward Here in 1983 after investigative a Retts were is topped and Arzeler ated even faster after the supreme court dec son in the is cubed Case in 194 and the Mir Anda Case in 1966 these decisions established strict rules regarding question ing arrests and subsequent in Leroug Atiim of suspects and the manner in which confessions could be Token and used in court by �.�. Site a in Zeimis an a a a a pm my. A or me Insu u Price or Tirry Washington s Ball Reform act is a major headache Quot it s murder. One officer said the act makes it mandatory that the court release the accused on his own recognizance if unable to put bail if he has lies in the Community a recent court decision prohibits the court front considering the sus Peel s danger to the Community clogged criminal courts have caused some judges to dismiss cases another officer a Aid and he cited the instance where a prosecution witness was not immediately available and the judge dismissed the Case and a set cup Man. Walked out Many officers win feel a Ltd Iris have been. Ion lenten in the past put til 18k Hail happen fed 111 limb when Bank robberies decreased turns Licach. Last january 19 financial institutions were robbed then a a of robber was sentenced to 45 year to life and another one had his a. 11 fixed Ai 8250, Floo statistics released by Wilson show that Hank robberies dropped to twi the next month. At years and the Hank robbery total stood at Only 50 compared with 182 in i9ss la i rodent Nixon s proposed of Quot i controlling my a District already approved by the Senate. Is await ing action in the House it Calls for court Reform and new wire Lap and search warrant Powers group Tody hijackers passengers act on quotas making Stop in Panama Stric Tive clauses in. Contrady with other property owners limited sales of plots to Whites. A Federal court ruled last week that the cemetery could not bar negroes because of them race. Cemetery officials said they would not Appeal. Father Farrell White pastor of the predominantly negro Parish helped Terry smother and wife in their five month court action. A the cemetery people were very cordial and helpful when we went to pick a site after the ruling a a father Farrell said a we chose a plot near the front of the cemetery. There Are Many Graves nearby. It is not in a new or restricted area Quot the driest said. Father Farrell led a Veter see burial Page 8 for clean water by taxing polluters on the volume of wastes Toft in of soil rites they dump into streams Saij m As for Congress the dec re 0 00 hold Sil w commends creating at least a sole joint committee to Deal with the congressional Side of the Issue. Expressway opening set Raleigh a the first Section of the new Durham expressway will be opened to traffic wednesday two Days later than originally planned. Highway officials said Friday the opening originally scheduled for monday had to be delayed because of recent ram the Muddy ground prevented erection of signs. The 2.3-mile Section Cost 14.5 million and represents less than half of the entire expressway. A formal ceremony will be held when the last Section is opened. Funeral for mrs. Louise Pender Tomlinson age 80. Who passed away Friday mor Ning will be held sunday at it 45 . In St. Peter s episcopal Church with the Rev. Irwin Hulbert. Jr., Rector. Officiating burial will be at 4 30 in the City cemetery in Fayetteville serving As Active pallbearers will he John i. Morgan. J. L Waters Walton Broome Earl Bonner George Parker and Walter Bowen jr., the family will be at the Home of or and mrs Lewis Dibble 113 Oak drive. The body will remain at the Oden funeral Home until the funeral 4 Iii attorney general gives warning Morgan nursing Home refusals May violate Law Winston Salem apr a democratic party study Corn Mission was expected today to reject a proposal for a quota system for representation of minority races in the party organization the ooh a to Salon which has i vets studying ways to re Organ fee the state party was to wind up its business session today form by setting the mood for a confrontation with negro party Fri Muffi that confrontation Tiu old come Jan 13 when the commission files its recommendation with the democratic executive committee in Raleigh or Reginald Hawkins of Char Totty has been the most vocal supporter of a quota system and has promised to carry his fight to the executive committee f the system is rejected under the proposed quota the percentage off negroes in the general state population would Del Ermine the percentage of posts which Blacks would fill in a a the party committees Delegate is and Headquarters staff. However. James b Hunt or. Of Wilson chairman of the study commission said opposition to the quota is Strong in his group Hunt said the commission will offer alternatives which he said would guarantee fair treatment for minorities in the party. The commission Friday adopted recommendations that the Council of review which referees Intra party disputes 6e enlarged and that inaugural balls for democratic governors be staged by the party not a private a group. The commission will also recommend that beginning in 1972, Lerma of office for party officials be limited to two two year terms two term officials would not be eligible for re election in 1972 two vandalism Casas reported by the Abbon l Tei press Panama apr a bran ban Airliner hijacked by five revolutionaries landed in Panama to Day on its Way to Cuba the plane came from Lima Peru where in bad remained on the ground Fojt hours with me Oji Antes Nuble. The brazilian hijackers who said they wanted o escort to Havana two Small daughters of a Comrade jailed in Brazil kept control of the plane the entire time that u was in Laded in the peruvian capital police made no Effort to interfere the plan of the hijackers an attractive Young woman Argi four men was to have the air Craft refuelled in Panama and then resume the flight to Cuba before the plane was repaired in Lima the hijackers refused to Transfer to another Airliner but they said if the one they a re aboard would not Start they wanted another Airliner sent from Brazil while in Lima the five revolutionaries remained inside the plane,.keeping the 21 passengers and Crew of 7 under guard with pistols kit police ringed the twin engine Caravelle Jet As it sat on the Tarmac with the heat inside described As suffocating there was no air conditioning because of the mechanical failure meals were brought Board flight Engineer Silvio Eduer do de Carvalho Froes told the brazilian embassy in Lima that if the plane could be started lie flight to its next Stop at mgr fan what Especial taint Otyce equipment for the Pien Chudt Airliner is Avail lid it Able front there would continue to Culm the five Young revolutionaries dropped a note from the Ruck pit. It said Cuba having among other i b Siona one to Esry it two Childr of j and i years of a combatant who today it under arrest and tortured in Brazil a a Washington Lafi draft officials Are considering changes in the Way they Aik it rate monthly manpower quotas to local boards if necessary to make sure lottery numbers Are called uniformly throughout Ike Nat Tun a spoil Emman a Aid there were no definite plans and officials want to see How the new pottery system actually works before deciding whether changes Are needed in the monthly allocation method critics have expressed fears that local Ron ditmans could cause Home draft boards to Roach High up the let numbers established in a drawing Here dec i. While other boards still Are tapping lower number sat present the defense department Seta a yearly quota of men to be drafted then issues monthly Caito aimed at eventually filling that quota the monthly Pentagon Calls Are divided up among the states Quot by the National selective server a Headquarters state it Brec tors then further Alk rate the Calls to each local Board at both Levels the allocation is Pronto i Lona i to the number of men in each state s or local Kun Al draft Pool that w the number of Man who Are classified 1 a a Cor i-a-6 and have been examined and qualified for service a a a the change being considered a would allow stale directors to ignore strict proportionality among heat boards monthly a Bright a d Riata Chita tint �11in some Way that would keep All the boards c Ling up roughly tto same lottery numbers at the same time each Board would however still provide a proportional share of the manpower based on a to draft Pool because it would be Given an annual quota to meet at Over the whole year Pruto Tionel allocation would still be respected the message said the Mother of the two children was aboard but it added that she. Like the hijackers would return to Quot Flam in brazils after reaching Cuba neither the children tto Mother nor the father were identified the Mesa Ste said the Rev flu Unn Ario were members of he Palmar armed revolutionary Vanguard a movement de scribed As being opposed to the brazils military regime a Altor lewd version of lie group s name from Portuguez is Var Palmares the plane Iuka 23 passengers when it a a off thursday from Manti video Uruguay for pm de Janeiro the hijackers took control soon afterwards but allowed two elderly passengers with Liepart trouble to get off when the plane arrived in Buenos Aires the first Stop the plane took on fuel at lie wife of former resident Dies mrs Susan Noble Rodman. William b Rodman. In. If mount Olive formerly of this City died in mount Olive the morning Fonow Tny a Brief dines she was 48 years old surviving besides her husband Are four sons funeral plans Are incomplete a a Honor Graham Raleigh it a it the progressive Farmer Magazine has lust Ted North Carolina agn Cul on Argentine Airport then left for a Tore commissioner Jim Graham Antofagasta. Chile where it was refuelled again. After Landing and refuelling in Lima thursday night the Pilot was Able to Start Une engine with an a emergency starter there was no equipment at the Airport so the necessary part Aga flown in from Chile Quot Man of the year in North Carolina agriculture for \9w Graham was cited in the magazines january Issue for a work my constantly to upgrade the Many services of the North car Olma department of agriculture so that it can better serve the people of the hate Quot Force gets Little resistance As it moves into Small lebanese town t Raleigh apr North Carolina atty. Gen. Robert Morgan says no nursing borne should oust or refuse to care for welfare patients under the new medicaid program. Morgan warned in a Telegram Friday that a recent vote of 81 members of the North Carolina association of nursing Homes not to participate in the pro Gram a May Well violate the states anti Trust Laura. Deputy atty. Gem Jean Benny relayed morgans statement in a Telegram to c. J. Blanchard or of Greensboro association pres i them to oust or to refuse to care for such patients As a result of actions taken in concert and combination or pursuant to resolutions passed through your association during the past year a Blanchard was asked to respond. To the Telegram no later than monday. The wire asked him to a a advil a us what action is contemplated by your member Homes relative to Tiaris pay a ask Teal yen notify each of your nun tag Homes into of Blanchard director of evergreens nursing Horny in Greensboro. Which a not one of the 81 participate in medicaid and late Friday Quot at this port to be acted Legal counsel. He noted that the Telegram expressed an opinion and said he hoped it would not have to be tested in court. He said he hoped nursing Home operators had a no intention Quot of putting welfare patients a on the Street Quot and decried use of the word the Point of the controversy he said is to arrive at an Equi ame formula for payment a equitable to the patient to the state and to the nursing the nursing Homes which voted not to take part in medicaid contend the program Wrell not stale a former a Flat rate Quot payments to nursing Homes for care of welfare patients it Homes have been paid a Flat 8245 per month for each welfare patient. Under medicaid they will be paid according to the same formula used in medicare it pays the institution an Quot allowable Coal Quot per patient at each Home plus a 74 per cent a margin the Telegram said a while we Are mindful that caring for Potenta depending upon Public welfare May not be As financial rewarding As desired by members of the a soda it still action through combinations mid he said to had not yet thursday Bers which May Well violate our Law both civil an 6m medicaid. To it no a a it sheriff Jack Harris reported two Casos of vandalism in Tbs ares Friday night and Early saturday morning sometime Early this morning the taste freeze in Chocowinity was vandalized by an unknown party who made off with the entire cigarette machine the machine contained Little Money at the time but was full of cigarettes. Flakes tire company on the Pactolus Highway was entered late Friday night again by an unknown party. The thief off with approximately 08 and a Black and Decker Drill. The sheriffs department a working on both Casos this morning but the sheriff reports few cows and Tuttie or nothing to go on which might Lead to arrests in either ease. By Hal Mcclure associated press writer Tel Aviv a an israeli task Force met almost in resistance Early today As it moved into a Small lebanese Border town blew up a guard Post and returned to Israel with 21 Pru owners the israeli military command said. Meanwhile it was reliably confirmed that israeli commandos seized a soviet built radar station in Egypt last week dismantled it and carried the seven ton installation Back to Israel by helicopter ,. Describing today s raid an israeli spokesman said not a shot was fired and called the 24-hour action a smooth and in Beirut a lebanese spokesman said defending troops killed three of the raiders before a the Post was overrun and its personnel were taken prisoner israeli sources said 10 of the 2 captives taken in the raid were a others the spokesman said the attack was retaliation for what he called a number of incidents on the Border including the kidnapping of an israeli right watchman from a Border town in new year s Day. Although news of the capture of the egyptian radar station was Well known in. Tel Autv details had been suppressed by military censors. Afr Icasia a leftist weekly published in Paris printed an interview today in which egyptian president Qamari Abdel Nasser is reported i be told Palestine guerrilla leaders that he favors a political settlement of the Middle East conflict rather than a War with Israel. The Magazine said that at the recent meeting de s a realistic picture Quot of the military situation noting the egyptian air Force had As Many planes As the Israel but la Chad trained pilots Nasser was reported As saying that in five years Tima Egypt would have parity in pilots Quot to crush the superiority Quot of the israeli air Force Nasser also was quoted As saying that the israelis de from the a latest techniques in military equipment Quot and get anything they want from the the Magazine edited % Africana asians and latin a Mart cans said Nasser told them Well see about that later on Quot when asked about reports that the Palestine guerrilla to ads proposed to coordinate the action of Palestine guerrillas and Arab state
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