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Supreme court orders for immediate and total desegregation under the watchful eyes of Federal marshals More than 30 school districts with about 135.000 students Werb affected by the orders but schools reopen on various Days of the week state civil and religious leaders appealed Over the weekend for Calm and reason As some 50 additional marshals moved into the state to Monitor compliance with the court mandate. Gov. John Bell Williams asked for nonviolence and patience in an address on television and radio. Williams however told Citi it was still their decision whether to Send their children to Public or private schools or keep them Home a a with god s help the Over nor said a let us make the Best of a bad situation a he said 1o0 new private schools had been established in the 30 districts and that he would Bock a movement to build up a private school system As a a workable alternative to pub lie facilities some Church and Parent groups called on their members to accept the High court s oct 29 decision that the systems must be desecrated immediate to there has been talk a other groups and it that the state should offer site resistance Public reaction to the desegregation order varied widely across the state. Joint county Gay dog Roundup to be held Many helped at Christmas report shows the salvation army today issued its Christmas activity report which revealed that 183 families and 775 individuals received Christmas cheer gifts. Of the 183 families the salvation army directly took care of 139 while churches clubs and others took the balance. Of the 775 individuals helped the salvation army took care of 526 More than 800 toys were distributed and 137 baskets of Frails nuts., Etc. Were1 Given out. Four rest Homes were visited and Iso a a Sunshine bags distributed along with 150 gifts the salvation army income report shows that the downtown kettles netted 1924.63 while the Magazine War cry brought in 1363.13. The out of town Appeal brought in f95 35, while the Appeal by letter brought in $3,491.75 for a grand total of $4,874.86 Captain Phil Rawls of the salvation army expressed his sincere gratitude for the cooperation received by the army at Christmas. He called the response a magnificent athe recurring dog problem popped up again at the monthly meeting of the Beaufort county Board of commissioners today and a Roundup of stray dogs was tentatively scheduled for March. Mayor a. Thomas Stewart and police chief Phillip Paul invited to the meeting after dog Warden. Robert Andrews said the dog problem was greatest in the City of Washington where he was handicapped by an ordinance that prohibits the shooting of dogs pledged continued cooperation in efforts to solve the dog problem or. Stewart told the1 commissioners that the City was ready to carry out its Promise to provide help in conducting the Roundup and suggested the trial use of a tranquil Izer gun As one Way to eliminate the troublesome the Roundup dog owners will be warned to keep their dogs impounded lest they be picked up and exterminated. March was set As the tentative Date for the event because it comes after the Legal inoculation period in february other details and specific dates will be set by county and City officials. The Board also a approved a request by sheriff Jack Harris for an additional department Telephone in the jail which will afford 24-hour Telephone service for the sheriffs office. A heard a. Complaint by John Winfield of Pinetown red about current property revaluation Sec Board. Pages it by Jay Khaki a to associated Presa. Weber Saigon apr the South vietnamese Senate approved a Resolution tonight stating dial a regrettable incident Hap per Iedy it my lit and called it a the single act of a uj5. Unit a the Senate demanded that president Nguyen Van Thieu take Steps to safeguard the lives of South vietnamese civilians earlier a Senate investigating committee had reported it found us. Troops had massacred civil tans. However the Senate Resolution adopted after nearly eight hours of debate does not use the word massacre Twenty five out of the 29 Sena tors present voted to approve a measure that said a a Regretta me incident happened causing fatalities and damaging the properties of civilians and. Is the single act of a . Unit a the Senate s action was a rebuke of president Thieu who ordered an investigation into the my Lai affair Only after reports of it were published in the unit tales. The Senate Resolution to of a Feci rejected the government s nov. 22 report that no such massacre occurred at the coastal Hamlet on March 16, 1966 the Senate also demanded that Thieu take Steps to safeguard Quot the lives and property of the people especially those in contested areas a the Senate also demanded that Thieu Quot take the initiative in the conduct of the War Quot by a unifying the commands Between the South vietnamese armed forces and the an earlier Resolution of sen. Tran Van Don sponsored by ther Senate a defense committee after a joint legislative group inspected the area a tee matted the incident a massacre this Resolution said Thieu a must Bear the entire response ability a it charged that Thieu made Only a cursory investigation and failed to make certain that his subordinates clearly understood v National policy on the conduct of the War. By this the report apparently referred to a need for closer cooperation Between province chiefs and Allied military forces operating in the Field Thieu s government has maintained since last november that no massacre by troops took place in my Lai although the . Army has filed charges against two soldiers. One of them 1st it. William l. Galley jr., is accused of murdering 109 civilians in the Village on March 16, 1968 Quot a number of . Troops fired and killed indiscriminately causing fatalities to a number of civilians most of them aged people women and children a the Senate report said without estimating the total number killed. A the South vietnamese government tried to cover up its responsibilities. Concerning a massacre of Many civilians right in our National territory by issuing a Short it see my Lai. Page 8� the us Hong Kong a the Viet gang today announced a four Day i sons firs far the1 tet festival at the lunar new year from ? . Feb i to t feb 9-6 p m est feb 4 to a p m. Feb t there has been no indication yet from the Saigon government of its. Piara far tet last year the Viet claimed a. Week the Saiga Only a 24 hour cause the Viet. Cong bad tired its own Chaae fire in 1967 with the biggest Sive of the War after cease fire last year spokesmen raid there had no appreciable drop in enemy _ activity during the week meanwhile government Man try men and u. S. Marines operating in South Vietnam s Northern provinces clashed with enemy troops twice sunday Fol lowing a flurry of enemy attacks in the area saturday night South vietnamese troops fought a third Battle in the Mekong Delta. The . Command reported. That marines and enemy troops exchanged Rifle and machine gun fire 24 Milf South of Danang one Marine was killed and five wounded in the Brief fight and enemy losses were unknown South vietnamese communiques claimed 17 North vietnamese soldiers were killed by the government s highly rated 1st infantry division in a Battle about five Miles below the demilitarized zone eighteen Viet Cong were reported killed by government troops in scattered fighting along the Banks of the Mekong River 80 mites Southwest of Saigon Field reports said two govern ment soldiers were killed and 41 wounded in the two Battles. The . Command reported 10 enemy rocket and mortar to tacks during the night but said ocly four of them caused casual ties or damage three South vietnamese civilians were killed and seven wounded when three mortar shells fell into a the Market place of Ben Gat about 25 Miles North of Saigon. Military spokesmen said 26 Allied troops and civilians were killed and another 103 wounded in More than a score of rocket mortar and ground attacks saturday night and sunday morning. The . Command reported a a significant increase in enemy activity Quot in the Northern province of Quang Nam where half the1 attacks took place. Quang Nam includes Danang South Vietnam s second largest City communiques reported seven troops dead and 25 wounded. Eighteen South vietnamese civilians and one government Soldier were killed and 78 civilians wounded almost All the civilian victims lived in two refugee Camps shelled by the enemy spokesmen said Library closed Brown Public Library will be closed until further notice due to repairs to the Furnace it is announced today. Theories May Tumble with revealing of Moon studies Kopechne investigation opens today Ems under first formal questioning by Joseph e Mohbat Alee Lelei press writer Edgartown. Mass api events surrounding the death of Mary to Kopechne in sen Edward m. Kennedy a car come under the scrutiny today of a be it of inquest into the Midsummer tragedy on Chappaqua Dirk Island above All. Kennedy has told friends he wants to prove mias Kopechne could not have sur tved in hts submerged overturned car in Paul to Pond even if he had summoned help immediately instead of reporting the Accident nine hours later. With the inquest the 37-year-old senator will submit to hts first formal quest toning about the Accident that killed the 28 year old due-1, me Robert f Kennedy Campaign worker and cast a Cloud Over the promising i Silt tics 1 future of the last of the Kennedy Brothers Mon than i s n. A Mio Tinto the wintry fastness at this so Lent picture Hook Village on the Island of Martha v. Vineyard rut it probably will be some time before the world is told of the Story up folding m the sus air room a distr l court judge James a Boyle the Massac Huserik supreme court ordered that the inquest he held in secret and that the record be locked Pup until All possibility of any criminal pro a Elution has passed news mph Mil see the witnesses come and go but a Ruhamy will learn Little once the inquest is under Way state and local police will guard the courthouse state to Bee Aro even checking the court chamber for listening devices after a Light snowfall had Turne 1 Edgartown into a Christ Mas card Scane sunday five Young women and five men arnved on the is land and 7<t-, he Arivett to pm it Watt my to await their appearances in court i it was a far cry from their of Psi arrival on the weekend �T�4 Rolv is then a Bra were Here a to watch Kenneth race in the Edgartown regalia and to at tend a Steak cookout in a Little rented cottage on it Hap Paquta Duk Island a the party ended in tragedy when Kennedy who said he and miss Kopechne were driving to catch the last ferry Hack to de Harton made a wrong turn which led to the Accident at treacherous Dike Bridge Kennedy escaped but miss hoped was trapped in the carry is own account in a rms it. T tonal nationally televised statement tag senator wan dered in confusion hark to the cottage called i Cousin in -. A see Kennedy Page 8> local leaders Stael Egypt clash to get advice a or to in air claims differ even before commission proposals key defense men doubt All Volunteer army idea by Fred s. Hoffman a military writer Washington apr even before it reports certain key defense officials consider a presi dental commission s proposals for an Alt Volunteer military Force will be Uana Hsnk officials base their on reports the panel s recommendations will stress mkt pay for Tower took serv f about 2.5 million men should be established at an estimated Cost of an additional $2 billion to $4 billion a year. Before president Nixon began Vietnam troop withdrawals and total us. Military manpower stood at 3 5 million men the government estimated the yearly Cost at $41 billion. The commission Cost figure is one of the lowest Ever cited by those who have studied the last july Secretary of de Melvin r. Laird told a of government interns the extra Cost at a Volunteer farce As opposed to the current draft based military Structure a certainly. Will be in the area of around $8 to would. Cost As amen As m7 by Ben More a year is sap part an at the Ore suggest the presidential commission is trying to solve the problem too cheaply Dean William h. Meckling of the University of Rochester executive director of the commission indicated last week much of the additional Cost in raising an a 11-Volunteer Force would go to push up the pay of men in the lower ranks m evidently the idea is to attract men into the service for the first to me with More pay the commission staff has been reported to have proposed raising the pay of first term enlistees As much As 100 per cent with a figure of $5,500 a year the commission also has been considering enlistments without any specific time. Thus a Soldier agreeing to stay on after a first enlistment to stay on after Firth a would not serve any but like officers was in uniform until asking to resign Hor however Veteran military manpower experts say the already serious problem of retaining enlisted men for military careers would be aggravated rather than helped by commission proposals. A unless there also was significantly higher pay All along the line Veteran servicemen particularly vital noncommissioned officers might feel discriminated against and be Leas Likely to stay on duty. Reported commission proposals to Cut out or Cut Down of Post housing for military families and medical care for military dependents in Post hopi Tats Aloe Are considered by authorities As la the cd to Wpm of an a Volunteer Force. Under what by salary increases. A i Tarje a. Page g from a amp a Raleigh a it a series of19 meeting will be held in North Carolina beginning Jan 12 to give Krai Leaden pointers on How to develop local sales terms to attract new Industry the first meeting will be held in Sylva others Are scheduled Jan 13 in Asheville. Jan 14 in Statesville Jan. 15 in Charlotte a on v4 in Cuington. Jin. 19 in Raleigh Jan 20 in lumber Trojan. 21 in Burgaw Jan. 22 in Washington and Jan 23 in Edenton Roy Sowers jr., director of the state department of conservation and development said the series of meetings a is a major raw Effort to our agency., it is a key feature of gov Bob Scott s total program for economic development of North Carolina quoth it said legislators cad Board members area and local Industrial development person Nej and Quot county and municipal officials have been invited to attend the meeting Jessie Barnett succumbs sunday Quot Jesse c. Barnett age 76. Resident of 208 e. Eighth Street died in Beaufort county Hospital sunday night at 11 30 of clock following a critical illness of one month and failing health for the Pat several years or. Barnett was born in Pamlico county March 4. 1893 son of the late William Henry and Nettie Mae Godley Barnett he was a former employee of the a City of Washington a former cab Driver and a Veteran of world War 1 serving in the . Arm Battery b. 113 f a he was married to the former Florence North of this county on september 12.1820, who survives also surviving Are two Yons. A Bruce and Jack Barnett both of Wayne Mich. Two daughters mrs Vernon e Jefferson at re 1 p Netow Nanders Evans of 1 a r Boro 12 grandchildren and. Three great grandchildren funeral services will be held from the Chapel of Paul funeral Home tuesday afternoon at 2 09 o clock conducted by or. Raymond l Alexander pastor of the first Christian Church burial will follow in Oakdale cemetery Active pallbearers Are to be Wilbert t Owen. J. M Hodges. L p Wheeler. Phillip Paul j m Woodard and Albert d route Bundy to retire Greenville n c. Cap the Superior court judge of the third judicial District said saturday he will retire at the end of the year. Judge William j. Bundy. A said he was keeping a Campaign Promise he made is years ago. He said that he would not endorse or support a candidate to succeed him in the november elections 1 by Marcus Eli a son Assoc is Ted pret w rite r Tel Aviv a Israel claimed two kills and egy i one after their first Ajr Battle in store than a month of almost daily israeli strikes the israeli military command said two of Egypt s mig2u exploded in the air and a third Woja rift hiring to a Battle sunday Over egyptian territory near the Suez canal a spokesman in Cairo said one israeli Jet was shot Down in the dogfight and that an egyptian Pilot took an Aerial photograph of it exploding Israel said All its planes returned Safe israeli spokesmen said egyptian jets intercepted the israeli Raider about 20 Miles West of the canal while the israelis were on a bombing Mission against military targets j the strike lasted m hours the spokesmen said and the egyptian planes a did not interfere again after the dogfight Israel new claims to have de raid was retaliation fur the Dut to on it fan israeli watching from a Border outpost earlier in in a week. Ilas Vansein Lle Tkal. Editor of the Cairo newspaper Al a or sin and a confidant of president Nasser reported a that algerian president Houari Boum Dienne decided during last Arab my a nut meeting i hot Alge Ria would fight Long Side Egypt in the event of re owed War with Laradel t a Lle Tkal also a Aid Moron it a first detailed analysis of rocks and soil or Pali Kier to Rry fat a r w Rorr theories May Tumble and my Tenes dissolve today As 142 scent ii Start Rev rang results of the first detailed analysis of Ruck and soil from the Moon. The scientists. From the unit countries w ill report on so Days of stud my Materia Bri sight to Earth by Apollo ii about ii pounds a third of what astronauts Ned Armstrong. My Heel Collins and Edwin a from or. Came Back Wrath were distributed to the Siren lists sept 12 after a today preliminary examination at the lunar receiving Laboratory results from the preliminary examination indicated that Quot the in mat material had at one time been molten Rock the rocks had been lying quietly on the surface of the Moon f or up to i to m illion years indicating that the Moon May have turned cold altar a tier birth the rocks crystallised about four Hilton Vears ago As Early As any rocks dates on Earth and about the time Many believe the universe was formed there was no sign that me a a see Moon. Page in june Rai Niest month in 1969 More rain fell in Beaufort county in 1909 than fell in 9ttn according to Hugh m. Starting it inoperative w a thei it a a Over. Me Star tic we Jan a w19 the total pre True to 5$ 79 Inch compared with 47.04 which Felt in 1964 or Sterling says the average Lor this area is agreed to furnish an Sabolj m to chm a amount of armamento to and saudi Arabia. Libya and Kuwait agreed to foot the Hilt for a few to i on weapons con tract signed by Egypt with an foreign Power egyptian officials had no comment on report that Nasser had approached France about arms Purchase Al ashram said a London newspaper reported that Egypt had asked France for $20� to ,$300 million Worth of weapon was a a fairy tale Quot the israeli Cabinet sunday stroked 62 egyptian warplanes assailed the French embargo on since the 1987 Middle East War the israeli military command also announced that four Arab Saboteur were killed and six israeli soldiers wounded in a clash near a Camp in the Gaza strip today no detail were Given. Israel meanwhile released three of the let lebanese civilians kidnapped by israeli commandos Friday and sources in Tel Aviv said they might be taking Home an offer for a new prisoner a was. The israelis a captured nine other civilians and 10 soldiers m the raid on a lebanese Border Village Israel said the arms Sale to Israel and called France s expulsion of Israel a chief arms purchaser a a unjust fied / mor dec Luu Limon a ordered out of France for hts part in the evasion of a Borgo by the five gunboats that escaped from Cherbourg to Haifa Israel also announced that All a adult jordanian Arab in Cru pied territories will be allow i d to vote in municipal election at some unspecified future Date an unprecedented step viewed As a move toward autonomy for the West Bank territory june was the Rai Niest month of to with 9 41 inches falling a a Jota for other months Ara As follow january-1 93 i Occas i february 32 Marrh 4 91. April 37 1. A May-243 july-7 in s. Pm Ember 2 84 october-1,17 november 48 december-4.47. In january 18�. A few Snow Quot flurries were recorded but on february a 24-25 nine Inchon of Snow were reported Bere at the Washington station the Snow melted quickly on March 2 and March 10 a few More Snow hurries came the first purple Martin of 1989 m this area was observed of last March 9 Thunder storms were frequent last summer with Many of them coming in june and july which brought heavy Rama tropical storm Gladys brushed our coast pm last october 24 leaving i 17 inches of Raip the first Frost of 1969 was reported on last october 24 the first freeze of 1969 came on last november 14 or Sterling has been Ding weather data for years in this area a Rev or t Agnew appears making Progress with 9 efforts at Nixon doctrine by Carl p. Lei Bosdorf Assoc is Ted pres w r iter Bangkok apr vice president Spiro t. Agnew appears to be making headway in communicating a clearer definition of the Nixon doctrine to the leaders of allies in Asia conversations with diplomats and members of the vice presidential party indicate Agnew is off to a Good Start As a presidential emissary. One of the main reasons for hts 11-nation asian tour was to Clear up misunderstandings a about the policy president nut on outlined last july in Guam a policy combining a . Pledge to meet us treaty commitments and provide a nuclear shield for America s asian allies while. A i the same time emphasizing asian self Relia Nee in each country gov. Questioned h what the United states is to do. In each he has Given the ame firm reply that the United state plans to remain an asian Power and keep its. Commitments but that they must take More of the Burden of their defense american officials m Bangkok told newsmen they thought part of the problem has been that the doctrine indicates Inore of a change in emphasis than in Basic policy an Agnew aide termed it More a change intone the difference he said is that when Nixon and Agnew talk about asian self Reliance they mean it. A a it a a matter of giving Teeth to the he said. This approach appear to have been especially successful in Thailand. Thai officials made Clear to Agnew they believe they can handle their own com must insurgency problem without the assistance of . Actually the official the United states started implementing something like the Nixon doctrine several years ago when it stopped flying into Battle Lor the thais in National just China. Agnew a efforts appear to have met with mixed resulta president Chiang Kai Shek and Agnew got on so Well that Chiang accompanied Agnew to the Airport to wish him a Good trip despite the fact that the vice president s message at continued efforts to nor Maxim re Tadora with red. China waa displeasing to the 82-year-old Leader. And after Agnew s departure one of Taipei s leading newspapers the China news complained that the Nix Ltd a has never Immis ii. Tit detail a it _ _ United state egg g �8 help a the amount of see a. A of Ohhi a
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