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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - January 15, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather variable Cloud tonight and becoming Myrtly r cold cd Friday. Not a with lows Sims highs fonday mostly ims Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial 98-2145 Between a so and t 00 o a fuck and one will be or live Rcd to you. Established 1909 Teh pages Washington North Carolina. Thursday afternoon january is 1970 daily except sunday school officials Reading with dismay to court Rule 14 districts Nixon proposes Only exempting med a South must students in new draft legislation desegregate but Fred s. Hoffman of Mhilary writer and parental Cate to or. Raleigh Dingman Stair photo by Lite meal Jasper Warren Gray Hodges discuss schools at school boards Assn. Meeting v Washington a it Only medical students will be eligible for College deferments under the Nixon admin sir lion proposals to eliminate draft Nequi tira. Quot after a specified Date to other student entering College can claim a draft deferment on the basis of education however a Sophomore Jun Lor or senior with an existing draft deferment when the new rules go into effect will be permitted to Complete his under graduate schooling this is the thinking of Pentagon officials who have berm shaping the administrations proposals to do away with draft deferments in the student Cru optional. A or Secretary of defense Melvin r in gird said last weekend president Nixon Quot wants to move in the direction so that All Young people Are treated equally and proposed measures to carry out this objective will be reviewed by the National Security Council and Laid before the Senate armed services committee next month with indications the administration will put them into effect As soon As possible just when this will be is still Uncertain. Officials said Young men having occupational and parental deferments at the Lime the More Syrl Miil rules Lake hold will be allowed to retain them. But. As in the Rase of student -8pn�nr�ettts win rows Witt he granted in Nike the student deferment. Which officials say will permit exceptions for pre medical students. There appears to be no Prospect of any further defer by tolf. Att Priatko school officials have reacted with dismay to a u. S supreme court ruling it Ltd men is a i Job or family reasons except where hardship might be it waved Jot deferments have been heavy in the Field of teaching police and fire department work authorities expect Eom Mummy heeds can he filled adequately by former servicemen and no special deferments will be required in these areas the same reasoning applies to to draft Page to desegregation of Public schools in 14 districts of five Southern slates by feb 1 Quot physically speaking. I think it is an almost impossible said supt Ney Wil Hains of a cast Feliciana pariah. Wagoner cites need for schools to get involved a i am not a Pessimist and there is Hope but i believe its five minutes to Midnight for our society unless our school system becomes More relevant and Aims at teaching our children the Art of living As Well As the Art of making a or. William. H Wagoner Chancellor University of North Carolina at Wilmington spoke without rhetoric and directly to the Point in this keynote remark to approximately 125 District ii school Board members assembled wednesday in Chocowinity at their annual meeting 1 a commission adopts new milk controls by Yvonne Baskin associated press writer Raleigh apr the North Carolina milk commission today unanimously adopted a new fair Trade order which retains most of the controversial controls on the milk Market. The new controls called fair Trade order no. 1j, Are the product of half a dozen meetings Between the commission staff and Industry representatives during the past month. The new order retains most of the controversial provisions of the old order including Jiose requiring distributors to file their wholesale prices with the commission the uniform rebate scale and the ban on Selling milk below a 7 per cent markup. The Only major change in the order is a modification of the Price filing regulations Lor wholesale milk sales to school and private institutions. A that change came As a result of contentions by private institutions and schools that they could not get competitive bids on milk since knew the i others minimum prices. Federal attorneys joining educators throughout the country or. Wagoner warned that american society cannot continue to exist without the schools and the people stressing the Art of getting along with others and facing the crisis of the 70�?Ts. A a schools for the 70�?Ts&Quot provided the theme for those involved in area education. Or. Wagoner listed the major crisis As 1 the increasing crime rate <2� the polarization of groups 3 the decay of Many a total environment and 4 the Powl Ecjpe explosion. A your schools must get involved in these problems Quot the educator emphasized again and again. A scientists say we have approximately 35 More years of breathable air and that Sall Quot he said. A we must begin teaching our children How to think How to make judgments and How to live with each other a a he explained adding that this was the Challenge of the 70�?Ts. Jasper Warren Beaufort county Board president and or. Raleigh e Dingman executive Secretary of the state association delivered remarks to the group nigerians refuse Aid from biafran helpers by Mort Rosen Blum associated press writer Lagos it a it a the nigerian government has said no to Aid from four White governments and All private agencies that helped Biafra. But it said it is consulting a a number of Friendly governments for immediate requests for the ban affects the governments of prance. Portugal Rhodesia and South Africa As Well As such groups As Caritas the roman Catholic Relief Agency joint Church Aid grouping a number of agencies Cana Relief of Canada and the French and nordic red Cross. The government said nothing about the four Black Africa governments that recognized Biafra As an Independent state Zambia Tanzania Gabon and the Ivory coast. The government also put the a a Persona non grata tag on a fall foreign Relief workers who operated i Alega 11 y in the secessionist enclave and said they would not be permitted in Nigeria. Presumably this Means expulsion for those still in what was Biafra. Lord Hunt who headed the British team that conquered ill Everest arrived in Lagos today with a committee to work out plans for British Relief. His government has allocated $12 Mil see Nigeria Page 10> sheriff gets new equipment sheriff Jack Harris has announced that the Beaufort county sheriff s department has recently received through the county commissioners two new facilities. The sheriff said a radio Central has been installed in the county jail through which. The department now has 24-hour communication with its men and cars. In addition a Telephone has been placed in the jail through which All night Calls made to the office Telephone number $46-3566 win be channelled. Quot these two new communication aids will give the Public better and quicker Access to the services of the sheriffs department and put it on an actual 24-Houf operational schedule a sheriff Harris said lawyers for poor say their Success has brought attacks from business by Carl c. Craft associated press writer Washington api some federally financed lawyers say their increasing courtroom Success on behalf of the poor has brought on attacks from Community business and political leaders and friction from their Legal Brethren. The attorneys members of the National advisory committee for the Legal services program of the office of economic Opportunity made the charges during a wednesday meeting besides the criticism from other lawyers and the commercial political interests they said they have lost the support of Many United Charity groups. The committee challenges government agencies Laws businesses and charities allegedly discriminating against the poor who otherwise afford an attorney. In spite of the outcries the poverty rights lawyers Are pressing on they say because it is vital to afford their Divento an Opportunity to resolve grievances in a courtroom or before a. State legislature and not in the streets. The Young acting head of a program for the los Angeles area poor. Stan Levy says he is informed by University of Southern California personnel that local level authorities Are trying to pressure the school into dropping its participation in the project of Legal services for the poor. He contends this is in reaction to a Federal suit brought against los Angeles policy by his Agency alleging a pattern of racial discrimination in Law enforcement. David Dugan a poverty lawyer from new Jersey told of a county bar associations decision to disassociate itself from sponsorship because of a Dis Pute Over a pair of Legal issues the association complained to the office of economic oppor a see poverty Page 10 prior to or. Wagoner s speech. Work group meetings were held in which the assembled 125 broke into three groups to discuss individual problems confronting the schools in the 70 s. Dealing with pressure groups High school libraries and High school science labs were the topics for consideration. The meeting held at the Chocowinity High school included a dinner session and a regular administrative meeting the District ii school boards participating in the meeting Are see boards. Page 10 a a Ltd women race with animals in Pill safety by ii l Schwartz 111 associated press writer Washington a 4 a noted birth control specialist said today women Are in a grim race with Laboratory animals to de Termine the safety of the Pill. Quot the ultimate outcome of this race Between dogs monkeys and women can be anticipated by informed observers Only with great apprehension and con Cern Quot or. Roy Hertz told the Senate monopoly sub commit tie Hertz is chairman of the cancer task Quot Force of a Federal food and drug administration advisory panel that twice has re ported on the growing number of suspected hazards in baking Ora 1 contraceptives r testifying on the second Day of hearings into the safety of Oral contraceptives Hertz see Pill Page 10 mrs. Eva b. Harris Hyde native Dies Swan Quarter mrs. Eva b Harris age 83, of Smithfield. Quot widow of the late Clifford Harris died wednesday january 14. In Smithfield. Mrs. Harris a native of Hyde county has a number of relative and friends in this area funeral services will be held Friday at 2 00 of clock at the Oleander drive Christian Church burial will follow in Greenlawn cemetery. The family will be at the Home of f ranking Harris 609 s. Second Street or Withfield surviving Are two sons William Clifford Harris of Greenville and Franklin Harris of Smithfield a daughter mrs Walter Maynord of Burlington nation wide activity Atlanta s ceremonies head up King memorial Atlanta a a Deal cation ceremonies for the Martin Luther King memorial Cen a Ter Here today head up nationwide activities observing the 41st anniversary of the negro leaders birth the $10 million Center Origi Nally planned As a Library for Kings papers and other Docu men to of the civil Rigi Quot movement is being expanded into a Center of knowledge history and culture of the Black people. The facility will be built in two locations a downtown Eom a plex and another near Atlanta University the downtown Complex will include restoration of Kings Birthplace the nearby Ebenezer Church and a memorial Park where King will tie entombed plans also include a a free Lawrence Howard of Greenville Dies Greenville a Lawrence Howard age 81, died in Pitt memorial Hospital in Greenville wednesday night. Funeral services will be conducted at t 30 o clock Friday afternoon at the Wilkerson Lapel. Burial will be in Pinewood memorial Park surviving Are his wife mrs. Alma dip is Howard four sons. Will dam Howard of Vanceboro Ood l. Howard of Washington and Bobby and Tommy Howard of Greenville a daughter mrs. John r. Lowe of Roper 11 grandchildren a sister mrs. Lottie Howard of Washington and two Brothers j. Howard and Byron Howard.,both of Pink Hill. I Dom Hall to House exhibitions on the history of the nonviolent civil rights movement of the 1950s and Early i96 k at the University the Institute of the Black world a Center for research on the past present and future of negroes already has opened temporary Quarter. Its task is to discover the meaning of Thi his Ligy of Black people and to determine where tin negro rare is headed in human society future plan for Hie University portion include an Institute for nonviolent social change see King Png Ottis h. Wafers Dies suddenly Belhaven Ottis 11 Waters. Of it. I Pinetown. Died suddenly wednesday Light. He was fit years old. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. Or Waters a retired Farmer was a member of the free Union free will Baptist Church Surv i v i i re i w o a it k i s Ca r 1 j. Waters or. Of Plymouth Quot Quot and Sherm in t Waters of the u s air Force on Okinawa four daughters. Mrs. Quot of. 0 Burbage of Norfolk. Va., mrs. Preston Cutler of it 2, City mrs Nixon Sty Ron of Plymouth and mrs David Burt it age of Pinetown 25 grandchildren and Fiji a great. Grandchildren four Brothers Bryan Waters and Ellis Waters of Bath and Leroy Waters and Irving Waters of Pinetown and three Sisters mrs Lida Keech of Pinetown mrs. Dolly Waters of Washington and miss Blanch Waters of a Goldsboro. Amp n Tnomas Boyd receives Jaycee key Man award Boyd Claril a Hackney amp Omas manager of j. Sons last night key Man award for 1969 by fhe Washington Jaycees or Boyd has been most Active in the Washington Jaycees. And the award came in recognition of his great Community and civic activity. The award was presented by Richard Low Ranee president. The Jay Cees last night discussed the upcoming March of dimes in Lchman which will take place in. Television station in be to new Bern on february 7-8. The local Jaycee along with Many other Eastern North Carolina clubs will participate in this project the meeting was held at knotty pm inn with 30 or Lowrance presided Over the meeting ii de gop convention Swan Quarter Hyde county republicans will a hold their convention wednesday night Jan 21. At the Malta Musk get school cafeteria it was announced today. I at. One of the districts involved r the decision handed Down by the court wednesday on a 8-2 vote reversed a ruling task dec i by the 5th u s circuit court of Apfl Cal in new Orleans which gave the districts until sept to desegregate a i Don t know How we Are going to do it in less hum three Williams said Bessemer. County alas Hoy a supt William f Clark said he had a no earthly idea How the school system can com1 Petely mix by feb 1 a in Marshall county. Miss. Supt Stanley Malken or said his District could make the changes in time Quot but it s going to tear up almost All phases of our he said he thought the a Public sctt out Fink Quot Tern Quot will he All Black except in one area of the county Quot a crowd estimated by police see schools. Page 10 Lloyd w. White Dies wednesday. Lloyd Winborn White age �9. Died wednesday at 5 45 in that after a critical illness of one Day or. White son of mrs Minnie Winborne White of Harrell Shiue n. C. And the late Fred Starke White wars bom in Bertie county March 27. 1900 he attended the schools at Harrell Shiue and Raleigh and was associated with his Uncle in the automobile business at Raleigh before coming to Washington in 1919 to 12l09vm0wli is Coli hot it Quot a Jan. 21 a Moo Lodge 12 noon to 6 p. M. Jay a ettes a train to spot vision defects in a joint Jaycee Jay a Ette project sponsored by the n. C. Society for the prevention of blindness a group of w Ashington ladies have received training and Are now covering the City in a Effort to find preschoolers with vision defect. The prevention society sent executive director mrs. Judy Nooney of Durham to Washington to train the Jay a ettes to properly screen pre school children for any sign of Early visual trouble. If found in the children from three to six they Are immediately referred to an Eye specialist. The society estimates that one out of every two cases of blindness could be prevented if the child problem is discovered Between the Ages of three to six. Amblyopia or Quot Lazy Eye Quot is one of the major problems of vision the Jay a ettes Are trained to look for. Symptoms of this see Jay Cetjens. Page 10� was give to Jofan accept a pot silk with the Paul Auto Supply company he has been a a Salesman for the local company More than 50 years and was Active in that capacity until his death he was a member of the first United method at Church a or White was married april if. 1922 to the former miss Mary Addington Bell of this City who survives surviving with his wife and Mother Are one son Lloyd w Quot Jack Quot White jr., of this City. A sister mrs Alden de Yoe san Jose California a brother Cecil f White Chesapeake. A. Juhree grandchildren funeral services will be held Friday at 2 00 . In the Chapel of the Oden funeral Home with Hie reverend Kelly j Wilson. Or officiating. Burial will be Oak Dale cemetery serving As Active pallbearers will be Henry Rumley Dudley Gordon May Hugh p Alligood. James Bailey Peele. Marvin m., Carra Way and Thad h Hodges Vrr a searching to help the Washington Jay a ettes have received training to enable them to conduct partial Eye examinations of pre school children aimed at discovering visual defects which night Lead to blindness the ladies Are planning a cily wide search. Above at inc first b to Iii Church. Mrs Miriam Hall stands at the Eye Chart with mrs. Ellen Mccotter at the def a mrs fran Williams guides Athy Pavloe. The program is sponsored by the n. C. Society for the prevention of blindness staff photo by Litchfield
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