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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - January 17, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather rain run tin ring Over a tale to night and ending late sunday. Low tonight in 40� High sunday mostly 40 to so Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. I a i 942145 Between a so and 7 00 of clock and one will be delivered to Row established 1909 eight pages Washington North Carolina saturday afternoon january 17, 1970 Dally except sunday tax Bill full of loopholes by Edmond the Breton associated press writer Washington api the lax Reform Bill of 1969, launched As a mean of closing tax Loop holes ended up with enough Fine print in its 1.004 sections to Benefit a number of special Indus now that the Bill has become the 255-Page Public Law 91-172 and the Treasury department has started spelling out its effects in regulations the benefits to certain industries and corporation Are evident a the investment credit by which businesses recovered 7 per cent of equipment Ralla is is repealed retroactively to april 18, 1969 but the repeal is surrounded by special transition provisions so that a Lykes steamship co., new Orleans building a new Barge carrying ship can claim the exemption not Only on the ship which was contracted for before the deadline but also the barges which were not Lockheed aircraft corp. And Mcdonnell Douglas corp. Can claim it on equipment to finish orders for jumbo aircraft. A sea train shipbuilding of new York has an exception from the Rule which makes con tracts Between affiliates ineligible a uniroyal inc., which May have been eligible anyway is assured of credit on a 173 million Plant in Ardmore. Okla a Twenty nine pipeline companies who contended they would have contracted Tor equipment in time except for paperwork delays by the Federal Power commission Are cleared to claim credits that May go to $39 million railroads did t get a Blanket exemption on rolling Stock ordered through 1970�?As the Bill provided at one1 stage. But they got a compensating privilege to depreciate the rolling Stock in just five years. Attempts to tighten Down tax preferences in some other areas of the Law also were eased or exemptions were retained in the final draft. A limited and indirect tax on some interest paid by municipal Bonds was voted by the House the Senate finance committee knocked it out after state and local officials dealers and Finan Cial institutions mounted a Strong counterattack. The deletion stuck. The House voted to require isee tax. Page 8 new Good neighbor head Man of action by Richard Daw associated press writer Raleigh api a the new chairman of the North Carolina Good neighbor Council Brooks Hays says he operates on the philosophy that a a timid surgeon makes an ugly wound a we must show firmness with brotherly love under the Law Quot in the Council s racial troubleshooting activities. Hays said Friday. The 71-year-old director of the ecumenical Institute at Wake Forest University for about a year commented after his appointment was announced by gov. Bob Scott. He has lived in Winston Salem for two years. Scott described the greying former Arkansas congressman noted for his Story telling ability As Quot a Man Able to face the difficulties inherent in this position. A i am confident we have found a Man who will exercise sound leadership Quot Scott said. A a we Are fortunate to. Have him in. This position and As a North Hays Story telling ability was evident As he waited with Scott for the beginning of a ceremony at which his appointment was announced. Scott told Hays he had read one of his Hooks. A Well a Hays replied a a fellow once told me he had enjoyed one of my books and then asked me who wrote it for me. I told him id Tell him who wrote the Book for me if he would Tell me who read it to on another occasion Hays said a someone walked up to economic slowdown signs evident Price increases causing trouble lewd dancing still illegal state appeals court ruling legalizes Quot topless Quot Bill White my father and asked him have you. Read Brooks last Book a a my father looked at him and replied a i Hope a Hays moved to North Carolina after serving 16 years in Congress As a representative from Arkansas he a 1st has served As president of the Southern Baptist convention on the Board of the Tennessee Valley authority an assistant Secretary of state and a special assistant to president Kennedy. A this undertaking is one of my life a Bays said. A i regard it As a very exciting Hays said he will continue to reside in Winston Salem and carry rat his duties at the ecumenical Institute a. Baptist operation Hays said he will continue to reside in Winston Salem and carry out his duties at the ecumenical Institute a Baptist of a see Hays Page 8� mrs. Emily Coston Dies at Duke Belhaven a mrs Emily Coston died thursday night in Duke Hospital after a Long illness. Graveside unites were held at 2 . Today in Waynesville with the Rev. Gerald Peterson pastor of Trinity methodist Church of which she was a member officiating. Surviving Are her parents or. And mrs Truett Coston and. Two children Laura and David both of this Community and a sister mrs. Andrie Aiken of Tampa. Fla. White Heads City heart fund drive Bill White assistant manager for Belk Tyler Here will serve As Washington City heart fund chairman for 1970. This is or White s third year in the heart association. He served As business Day s chairman for two years and he has also worked with the cancer society and the United fund or. White comes to Washington from Ahoskie he attended. Colerain High school and East. Carolina University and n. C. Wesleyan College. Since coming to Washington or. White has taken an interest in Community affairs. He is an Active Jaycee and is now serving As first vice president of the club. He has also served on the retail development Council of the chamber of Commerce. Or. White and his wife Anna Are members of the first Baptist Church. According to information published Jay the heart association a projection for 1970 states that approximately 24,300 people in North Carolina will die of heart or blood vessel disease however since 1950, National statistics indicate an 18.4 per cent reduction in the rate of deaths from cardiovascular disorders heart Benefit dance slated plans have been completed for a heart fund Benefit dance to be held at the Moose Lodge Here sat., feb. 21, according to mrs. R l. Parker. Jr., chairman of the Benefit. The Vibra sonics of Wilson will provide the music according to mrs. Parker who says tick efe will sell for 15 per couple and Are now on Sale. She says no admission will be offered at the door. Mrs Parker says tickets May be purchased from r. L. Parker or. At the Allstate insurance office at scare m. L. Parker at the Mohawk carpet House mrs. George a. Roberson jr., mrs. Norwood Houston or mrs. John Althouse. Proceeds will go to the Beaufort county heart fund. Criminal court opens Here Mon. A term of criminal court will Ope i Here monday january 19 with judge Rudolph Mintz presiding. A variety of cases scheduled will be heard. By Noel Yam \ it associated. Pm writer Raleigh api a ruling of the state court of appeals prob ably has legalized topless dancing in North Carolina but go go girls had better watch their her breasts uncovered would violate the Law a my guess is that it would not a Ransdell answered but be pointed to another Section of the Law which make it War ravaged land school year begins in Nigeria with biafran children behind two years by Hugh a Mulligan a special correspondent Lagos apr the new school year begins this week in Nigeria but in the War ravaged land where the ibos live it will be six months perhaps longer before the Jungle Drums beat rat the familiar Sta Catto notes of a come come to school a there Are no schools to go to. By conservative estimate More than a million and a Quarter children in. What was the secessionist state of Biafra have not been to school in More than two years. Many of them no one yet really knows How Many Are tying jammed in Hospital wards suffering from Kwashiorkor the dreaded protein deficiency disease that has claimed Man lives in the War. And wonder and concern grows at what their Fate will be now that the missionaries and Relief workers who cared for them have been declared Persona non grata by the Federal government for remaining inside Biafra. Meeting urgently in Lagos Church leaders., both roman Catholic and protestant Are pleading with the nigerian government for a transition period of at least a week for turning the hospitals Over to a new set of Relief workers. Even though the hospitals have been severely damaged by the War and medical supplies ransacked and vandalized there is no shortage of african doctors. Nurses and technicians in the surrendered ibo lands. A Quot a among their population the ibo tribes had an incredibly High percentage of professional men doctors dentists a Ray technicians most of whom step they May be arrested under another provision of the Law if they get too enthusiastic with bumps and grinds the court said in effect its not against the Law for a woman to reveal her breasts in Public Superior court solicitor w g. Ransdell or. Was asked if a go go girl who simply danced with Pari Shibi Morel show exhibit ton or performance where indecent immoral or lewd dances or plays Are conducted a in a place w Here the Public is invited Ransdell. Who stressed he had not read the appeals court Rul ing said a from what you be read me 1 would guess that simply exposing the breasts would not be Federal gov t. Accuses Ayers of discrimination the Justice department has brought suit against Garland o. Ayers owner and operator of Ayers log Cabin. Pit cooked Barb que South of the City on Highway 17, charging him with posting a sign saying Money spent by negroes eating on the premises would be donated to the knights of the Kun Siux klan the suit accuses him of refusing to provide service to negroes on the same basis As Whites. Posting the sign singling out negro patrons was in violation of the 1964 civil rights act the suit charged the action was brought fid a to. The sign reportedly was taken Down thanksgiving and a not been posted in the restaurant since that time. Ayers said today pollution pressures by Harrison Humphries associated press writer Washington a presi Dent Nixon is under pressure from Congress to support a massive commitment of Federal Money to clean up the nation s polluted air land and water. A it is Lime this country put Gross National Quality on a Par with Gross National product a said sen. Gaylord Nelson d wis in a. Speech prepared for delivery today in Appleton Wii. Sen. Jennings Randolph has sent a personal message to the president saying a the require ment is on us to do More than preach and pledge action to vastly improve the Quality of the environment in which we the West Virginia Democrat said he shares the feeling of urgency the president already has expressed about the need for Strong action to get rid of smog elected to remain with the break away state a said a missionary spokesman. The catholics alone ran five hospitals at Omsha three at Oterri two at Umu Ahia and three at Enugu the old biafran capital. As the Federal armies swept North and East Many Hospital and clinic staffs moved with the children into the Bush setting up sick Bays and Kwashiorkor wards in abandoned schools and stores under maj. Gen. Yakubu go won s general amnesty for those misled by the revolution there should be no shortage of african teachers. Few educators however see any Hope of getting a new school term started until after August the traditional four week summer recess in Nigeria if even then expelling the missionaries both protes see Nigeria. Page 8 Jitter noise and polluted water Randolph chairman of the Senate Public works committee with jurisdiction Over air and water pollution legislation the president to place equally High priorities on fed eral funding of environmental Quality improvement and pollution abatement Randolph said Quot it is neither practical nor feasible to place inordinately High percentages of Cost responsibilities for pollution control and technological research on the private sector of the Economy or in the state and local units of to Load the private Section with both research and abatement costs would be More inflationary than to Supply Federal fusing he said. A Vinta tinn of Hwy part of tins statute hut they it go go girls c4mm Darse or conduct them selves in such a Way that the opinion of the court of appeals would not he a the question is whether it a a Quot was an indecent or lewd dance. He added. Ransdell said some go go dancers were arrested in Raleigh recently and charged with taking part in a indecent immoral and lewd dances a a Raleigh police chief Tom Davis also said he had not read the decision and that he would ask the City attorney for an in be litre deriding what instruct tans to give his officers. A if the court said the breast does not constitute a private Livirt and its exposure does not constitute lewd and lascivious nowt it then id far a we ire production Down for fifth month he m. A might. Ise Aglaide errs. Writer Washington i apr evidence is mounting that the gov Rennu no has fought one part of inflation to a standstill hut its Campaign against Price in create Mil has quote a Way to he had not contacted a lawyer this morning and had no comment to make concerning the sign or the suit. Attorney general John n. Mitchell also Ann punted in the capital that two other Southern restaurants were being sued for similar alleged offences one action accuses the owner of the Palms danceland club in Dallas. Tex., of refusing to allow negroes to use the dance Ball another charges that Allen e. Couvillon refused to serve negroes on a nondiscriminatory basis inside but gut town cafe a n i water Paitash. La. A a an amended complaint a miso filed against the owners of bowels tango restaurant and see Ayers. Page 8 Church speaker mrs Hollon Davenport of Fayet i Vilie will speak sunday morning at 11 of clock and sunday night it to a o clock at the first pentecostal holiness Church in Observance of worn and a auxiliary Day. Mrs Davenpo re is serving her eight year As president of the worn and a auxiliary of the n a. Con Ference of the pentecostal holiness Church she is a member of the Falcon children s Home Board and is Active in local Church affairs. Steps taken for communal praying equipment sheriff Jack Harri. Look deportment radio equipment being manned by operator Ellis Tetterton the equipment along with a Tele phone installed in the county jail Here puts the department on a 24-hour operational so Gudule photo by Litchfield by rennet Bolton a religion writer new York a the first Steps toward having protestants and catholics worship on sunday with identical prayers in their separate churches will be taken in the United states this year. A standardized modern versions of certain prayers Long recited by All in one variation or another Over the centuries have been prepared jointly by lutheran methodist anglican. Episcopalian roman Catholic co Grega Jonah St and Baptist worship experts from 2� English speaking countries the lutherans plan to try out a new eucharistic rite of their own around eastertide a rite incorporating the new common prayer versions of the nicene Creed Gloria sane Tus and lord s prayer roman catholics get a new English language mass soon a for the 48 million american catholics the initial Date is March 22. A and it too. Will include the same prayer wordings except for the lords prayer. Nine other denominations which have been exploring Unity for their 25 million believers since 1962 have also become interested in toe standardized prayers for their Public worship if All were to adopt them eventually it would mean that close to 100 million christians in toe United states and Canada and Many More in the British Isles. Ireland. Australia., new zealand and other places where English is spoken would be reciting identical prayers even though their altar rites vary the standardization is the work of an interfaith body with Headquarters in London the International consultation on English texts Icet. It finished several years of work on the prayers last october concerned no arrests will be made for exposing the breasts a Davis said. The appeals court decision came in the Case of an Amateur go go girl arrested in Raleigh Iasi february and charged with indecent exposure Kathy carotid Jones was shr see girls Page 8� Bath woman Dies in Auto tragedy Bath mrs. Willie Belle Wallace age 78. A resident of Bath was killed instantly Here f r Ida y e v in i us a t. 6 a 30 pm a f i e r being hit by a car while on n c. 92. The Driver of the Auto Elmer Ray Randall 18. Of it. 1, Bath told Highway patrolman j. C. Knight he was driving East on n. C 92 when he met an oncoming car. As Randall related the incident to patrolman Knight when he and the other vehicle passed each other he Felt the car hit something thinking he had struck a dog. He turned his car around and went bark to find mrs Wallace. The Driver of the other vehicle wan unaware of the Accident based on Randall s statements to patrolman Knight no charges were pressed in the tragedy mrs Willie Belle Winfield Wallace age 71, died Friday night of injuries when struck by a car in Bath mrs Wallace was born in Beaufort county july 11, 1891 daughter of the late Rev William o. And Mary Bette Cox Winfield she was married to James Edgar Wallace who preceded her in death december a i960 she was a member of the Athens Chapel Church of Christ. Surviving Are two daughters. Mrs. H. L Selby or. Of Bath and Francis j. Gordon of Arlington. A. Six grandchildren one sister mrs Mildred Winfield Paije of Bath funeral services will be conducted sunday at 2 30 of clock from the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home by Henry Mann and the Rev. William o. Haney pastor of the Bath Christian Church. Burial will follow in Pamlico memorial gardens the following will serve As pallbearers Ray Brooks George Burgess e m Shutak g. D Elliott. Jack Swindell and Thad Tankard or. The family will be at the Home of her daughter mrs h i. Selby or at Bath p three reports Friday dearly confirmed what became apparent the Day before real produce turn is no longer increasing and the effect of restraint Are be go Ming to show up in personal income the figures could although there s no Assurance they do mean the Corner has teen turned on the inflationary hinge that last year brought the great est Price increase since 1951, a korean War year that also saw the beginning of the economic decline into the recession of 1953 54 Industrial production person Al income and housing starts reports for december showed the effect of the admits ration Pali Etc production dropped for the fifth straight month while in come showed the smallest gain at 1969 and the depressed a thous ing Industry saw new Start drop further yet _ behind the number needed to meet the National goal of 26 million new Homes Between 1968, and 1978 taken together they provided dramatic corroboration for thursday s Gross National product report showing that the Economy grew not at All during december. Industrial production perhaps the most Tig of Tea of tse three fell thee tenths of Tine per cent and ended december at 170 9 per cent of the 1957-1959 average against which it is Fig 1. Ured. Output for the year was 4 4 per cent above the 1968 figure personal income was toe Only one of the three to show an increase but that was smaller than any other month of 1969 and continued the to Perm of of income growth that began in september the month s Gam was $2 c billion compared to a see Economy Page 8 Waters funeral slated sunday \ funeral services for or is h Waters of the free Union Community it. I. Pine town will be. Held it tin free t nmn free will Baptist Church sunday afternoon at 2 o clock conducted by the Rev Lynwood Boyette pastor burial will follow in the Waters cemetery near the Home the body will be moved from the Paul funeral Home in Belhaven to the Church one i Kir prior to the service or Waters a Farmer died suddenly wednesday night he is survived by two son four daughters. 25 grandchildren four great grandchildren four Brothers and three Sisters Blum s almanac still around and successful by Bill East if Inston Salem sen i i n r i written for the a Winston Salem a in a world rapidly a becoming More and More sophisticated with Moon flights computers and supersonic speeds Blum s almanac us to phenomenon it is making its 142nd appearance in Winston Salem and indications Are this years Alma nac will be just As successful As the first one published in 1828 when everything else is being modernized and streamlined the almanac is just about the Sarge As it has always been. A we re afraid to change it a said j. B Goslen or. Of the firm which publishes it. Quot if we modern lie it the readers might not buy it. We think we Are giving them what they the presses Are turning rat 250,000 copies of the almanac this year a we Are adding about. Rumo copies a said Goslen the High Speed presses that turn out the almanac now Are in Sharp contrast to the hand press that John Christian Blum used to print the fir in did Salem but the material inside the Book has not changed much the basis of the Book is a description of the weather and planting conditions for the entire year. Originally it was designed to be a helpmate solely to Farmers and planters. Then other people began buy ing the almanac and the farm Eros wife began looking in it. A we had to give them a variety of material a an almanac representative said several years ago that material con
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