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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - January 20, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy and cold trought wills Chance of a now flurries Mountain. Low tonight is a mostly 26s a Asi portion wednesday mostly me Washington daily news my if you do not get your paper. Dial met 2145 Between a a and t of of Dorli and Ana will Bada a verse to Jam. Esta bushed 1909 eight pages Washington North Carolina tuesday afternoon january 20, 1970 Ipnar except Sun Bat $50 to every child Mcgovern u. S., China h resume talks proposes after lapse human Security plan consumer Price hikes erode wage increases by Neil a labor writer Washington apr americans in 1909 paid More for everything from houses to hamburger in the worst inflation in 20 years the government said in reporting a 8.1 per cent Rise in living costs for last year. And some 45�?~million rank and file workers were caught in the squeeze of rising prices and a slowing Economy under president Nixon a efforts to com hat inflation losing More pure has ing Power thin they gained in pay. Mondays report said Quot for 1988 As a whole increases in consumer prices eroded All of the gain in earnings a the labor department said in reporting that average pay of $117.25 a week last month was up $6.87 Over the year but Worth $7 15 less in the Market place. A big december grocery Price Rise of 1.8 per cent accounting for half the months Rise in living costs wound up 1969 food Price hikes at a total of 7.2 per cent. Hamburger at 64.2 cents a Pound was up 12.3 cents or 24 per rent Over the year eggs at 77 9 cents a dozen were up 11.5 cents or 17 per cent lettuce was 9.8 cents or 31 per Cetout a head higher at 40 8 cents and milk was 2 cents or 3.6 per cent High or per a if Gal Ion Over the year said the Bureau of labor statistics meat and bread also were higher said the Bureau the costs of services associated with Home ownership continued their upward trend Quot rising five tenths of one per cent in december for a 6.7 per cent hike in housing costs for tie year it said clothing and transportation were up 5.2 per cent each in 1969, medical care Rose 6 per cent and recreation 3-8 per cent the december hike in Overall living costs pushed the consumer Price Index up six tenths of one per cent to 131.3 per cent of its 1957-59 base the Index figure Means every $10 Worth of typical family living costs 10 years ago coot $13 13 last month 76 cents More than in 1968. The 6.1 per cent Rise in living costs for the year highest for any 12-month period since november 1960, to november 1951 when korean War wage Price controls. Were imposed clipped More than 6 cents off the value see costs Page 8� food Market specials not what Tiey air service discussion slated Here Community government and civic leaders from Beaufort Martin and Pitt counties will meet Here tonight to discuss the possibility of bringing commercial air service to the area. The meeting will be held at the Washington yacht amp country club beginning at 7 00 of clock Frank. Kivett director of the mid East economic development commission will preside Over the meeting. Or. Kivett has Felt for sometime apparently that the Best Hope for commercial air service for the three counties lies in the three counties getting together on a cooperative plan. The Chambers of Commerce in the three counties have shown some enthusiasm for the Effort and each is expected to have a delegation on hand tonight. The session tonight will seek to determine the extent of the interest and to draw up plans for future action if the necessary interest is there. By John associated press writer Washington api a when a housewife goes to Market she often finds the food specials Cost More than advertised or May not be there at All the Federal. Trade commission says the Etc investigation Iasi summer to 137 stores belonging to 1.0 food chains in san Francisco and Washington showed a Quot total of 11 per cent of the advertised items in the two cities were found to be unavailable and Only eight of the 137 stores checked had every advertised item available Quot a the findings were released As the Etc opened hearings today on an proposed commission Rule to require food markets to specifically state in their advertising what stores have the bargains. And that specials go at. The advertised Price or below. Supporters of the Rule and consumer groups were scheduled for the Early part of the hearings the chains and their Trade associations will appear in a March session. The Etc report further said the shortage of bargains was see sales Page 8� new York api a sen Georges Mcgovern today proposed a Quot human Security plan Quot for fighting poverty including a guaranteed monthly payment of at least Iso for every child in the nation in a speech prepared for a meeting of the citizen s committee for children the South Dakota Democrat said the plan is a better answer to caring for the nation s poor than president Nixon a family assistance proposal. Mcgovern often mentioned As a possible 1972 democratic presidential contender added he was responding to administration contentions that critics of its welfare proposals never offered alternatives of their own. Welfare Secretary Robert h f Inch said last week administration opponents in Congress had. Stalled Nixon a family assistance program which among other things Calls for a Guaran teed family income of at least $1.600 a year the Nixon proposal was sent to the Capitol last August where it has languished in committee. Mcgovern said he had not worked out All the details of his plan but it will contain these elements a elimination of personal tax exemptions for children and replacement with an allowance of $50 to $65 a month for every child in the country. A a guaranteed Job for every Able bodied working age citizen a on Public service projects if not private employment is available a an improved social Security system., including a $1.00 a. Month minimum payment for see Mcgovern Page 81 Hackney boosts wages again j. A. Hackney amp sons inc., local truck body manufacturer today announced a. General wage increase for hourly paid employees the increase is 10 cents per hour across the boards and will Benefit approximately 150 employees this Marks the third pay increase in the past 12 months. These last three increases have resulted in an average of 266 cents per hour per employee. A d. Thomas Boyd Plant manager of the firm said a we hold the greatest respect for our employees because it is their efforts that have made such wage increases possible their continued increases in productivity and directly responsible for the company being Able to Reward their efforts the employees of our firm have never had to ask for a wage increase when it was economically justified and i know i can speak for our management in saying that this policy will never change. They have earned it we Are delighted to give by Martin Zlicker Aniu stated Prev writer Warsaw apr envoy of the United states and communist China met for an hour to Day in the fint formal Contact Between their governments in two years. . Ambassador Walter j. Stoessel or said they Quot discussed a number of mailers of Mutual a by Mutual agreement How Ever our discussion and the lop president sends Mitchell to smooth Carswell s path sky is limit in draft numbers for february opera vet l to sing at City Church a Calvin Marsh thirteen season Veteran with the new York metropolitan opera company and pianist composer Stuart sacks will present a special concert of sacred music at first Baptist Church. Wed., 7 30 p.m�?~. Or. Marsh has Sung with the bavarian state opera in Germany As Well As the notable Gly Debourne festival in England. Recently or. Marsh made his debut in Mexico City singing the Lead baritone roles in a Quot and. his six performances As Verdi so Simon Bocca Negray at the grand theatre in Geneva Switzerland brought rave reviews. First performing Public ally at the age of five Stuart sacks has studied music All his. Life. At Boston University his outstanding ability led music department officials to enrol him in graduate studies. Shortly after graduation . Produced a special program of his Musk coast to coast on a camera see concert. Page 8 baritone Calvin Marsh with Stuart sacks pianist irs we covered Are him in Confidence a Stoessel told newsmen after his Exchange with charged affaire Lei Yang at the1 chinese embassy in Warsaw Stoessel said no Dale was fixed for the next meeting but eth was agreed that we in touch at an Early Date to consider this question Stoessel arrived in his limousine two minutes after the scheduled 2 pm starting time. He was accompanied by Paul a Kreisberg and Donald m Anderson. State department China experts and Thomas w Simons. An embassy political officer. In the nationalist chinese capital of Taipei the China news an English language paper. Declared that the talks a can be regarded As an american exercise in opportunism a the paper said peking wants nothing less from the talks than . Withdrawal from the Western Pacific and an end to american opposition to red chinese membership in the a United nations. Stoessel proposed resumption of the ambassadorial talks last month when he ran into two chinese diplomats at a yugoslav fashion show in Warsaw the Nixon administration also slightly eased Trade and travel restrictions pertaining to red China. . Officials in Washington say they expect slow Progress in the talks and will not be surprised if there is no movement at �1 for Tome months however they said the so Yeti and Businesslike manner in which the chinese responded to the . Overtures for discussions was a Good sign these officials believe peking s Border quarrel with the soviet Union is causing the chinese leaders to reassess their hostile attitude toward the United states. Russian diplomats in various see talks Page 8 mrs Marie Fay Wilkens Dies mrs Marie Fay Wilkens age 89, died tuesday morning in the Beaufort county Hospital after an illness of four Days. Mrs. Wilkens was born in France february 1, 1880 daughter of the late Goerzc and mane Hillengas Fay she was married to Henry t. We likens of Chicago in 1900 and came to Washington to live in 1928., or. Wilkens preceded her in 1941. She was a member of St. Peters episcopal Church. Surviving Are two sons. George Wilkens Santa Barbara California Henry t Wilkens or Sarasota Florida. A a later mrs. Wiley f. Corl Rosemont Philadelphia a. Funeral services will be held thursday morning at 11 00 of clock in the Chapel of the Oden funeral Home with the Rev Robert p. Roy All Rector of Zion episcopal Church officiating burial will be in Oakdale amp a Industry classes Seta the North Carolina depart men of conservation a development will conduct special classes on january 22 and january 23 in which Community representatives will be taught the techniques of Selling an organized Community to an industrialist. Laverne Taylor of Washington. A amp a regional director will teach the classes on thursday night. January 22. At 7 30 of clock the first class will be taught at Eastern elementary school in Washington by or. Taylor. On Friday afternoon january 23. Or. Taylor will be in Edenton at the country club at 2 30 o clock to teach a class there. Hyde county Jaycees Are participating in these schools Roger Swindell is. Hyde Jaycee chairman and the Hyde Jaycees Are urging any and All. Hyde county people who possibly can attend either or both of the classes to do so. By Stan Benjamin Auer late from writer Washington a it in january the draft tried to Call Only lottery numbers under 30 but for february the sky or 36i is the limit a spokesman said the Selec Tive service system has decided not to impose or even suggest any upper limit to the draft lottery numbers whih May be called to meet the february draft quota asked whether a Pace setting ceiling might be reinstated in the future he said it appeared doubtful. But Gen. Lewis b Hershey who has headed the draft system since 1941. Will be replaced feb. 16. And his still Unnar Ted successor could alter the plans i a ant dec i a lottery drawing was held Matching the birth Days of the nation s draft age men with a Chart of numbers from one to. 366 one for each Day at the year including leap years feb 2# draft boards were to meet their Calls by summoning men with the lowest numbers first within each Hoard s individual up Ultra Rev. But this raised the possibility that local Londi tons might Force some boards to Call relatively High numbers up the Hsi while others were still calling Low ones such a result would have been Ion meat with president Nix on s order of a draft by Lotters but White House draft and Pentagon official concluded the in a my at a Rise at a More a Nihon Pace within Erich Board jurisdiction a draft official recently sex gained. A a a it besides an unrestrained race through the Lisi a Oft month threatened to have a a col Board calling lower number in one ser draft. Page 8� Interior department slated for More responsibility fire Breaks out anew on freighter Morehead City n c. Apis fire burst Forth anew today aboard the norwegian cargo ship Nordis Presthus As she was being towed toward More head City by the coast guard the fire which had been brought under control monday a after gutting the midship Sec lion of the ship began burning fiercely again forcing coast guard firefighters and the eight crewmen aboard the freighter to Transfer to the Chi Lula a tout 90 Miles Southeast of Wilming ton. Two of the freighters Crew were killed in the fire caused by an Engin room explosion sunday night and 20 other persons. Including two women abandoned ship and were rescued by two Navy destroyers the Cholula continued to Tow the Nordis Presthus and was to rendezvous with the coast guard buoy tender Laurel which has additional firefighting equipment aboard. The 20 survivors were reported in a very Good shape today As they rested in a More head City Motel a norwegian consular official who flew to Morehead City from new York to Aid the crewmen said plans were being made to get the survivors to new York today. Either by bus or plane the official Erling Hesthag. See freighter Page 8 by Law hence l. Knutson associated pres writer Washington Aid Sev eral senators say president Nixon May Quot seek a new name and role for the Interior department As the chief depository for the nations environment and natural resources Protection programs. The motive would to More centralized direction of the fight against pollution and Dot traction of natural resources Ito Sena tors both republicans and democrats said but some Senate critics of the administration suggested the Nixon proposals May Only to dramatic window dressing to at tract favourable Public attention without the a pending of the billions of dollars they say Are needed to cleanse the nations polluted air and water consultants working for the Public land Law review commission issued a report last week including a proposal to create a new department of natural resources that would enlarge the duties of the Interior department. This would include the trans Fer of the Forest service cur Rentle a part of fhe agriculture department to the new department of natural resources. Sen Frank e Moss. 1 Utah said he got dear indication of a revamping of the Interior department in recent Coin Lions with Interior Secretary Walter j. Hickel and other rank ing administration officials. He said both the White House and the department had asked him for copies of his Bill which new h Stilet president Nixon is taking to chances with i latest nominee to the High court. Nixon is sending attorney Genera John Misc Rhyl around to forestall quest a of a thic which May arise when Congress consider the nomination Carswell s record filled with variety by the Amhi Atzei Subhit. George a amp Fanti Carswell a rulings As a Federal judge have dealt with schools labor and a variety of civil right cases. In 1961. The supreme court Justice to Ignate then a District judge to Tallahassee fit forbid a s segregate restaurant or rest room facilities at he new City Airport in 1963. He Dis toed a suit by a Black woman asking that Tallahassee Heaters to required to sell tickets to degree. The 11$ fifth circuit Cour of Appeal in new ctr let its n versed Carswell s Ortler it if dismissal. But the Case a settled before fur the hearing. In 1965 Carswell ordered a Barrier shop in a Tallahassee hotel to serve Black customers the Barber whom. Carswell patronized. Instead went into the Barber Supply business later in 1965 Carswell Dis a missed a suit brought by negroes to Force the opening k Tallahassee Public swimming pools that were closed after a Wade in by Blacks. Since neither Blacks. Nor White Emit to ser vow by closed pools he ruled there was nothing discriminatory about he City refusal to open the . 5 after he was named to the is fifth circuit court of appeals in new or leans Carswell last year joined. 13 other judges in an unanimous ruling that de a Laved immediate school desegregation in Mississippi at the request of the Justice depart a see decisions. Pages it Nixon trying to forestall any questions by Barry i1�� writer Washington a Aid the Nixon administration working hard in smooth the Way for supreme court nominee George Harr old Carswell sent ally Gen John n. Mitchell to Capitol stall ethics questions hours before judge Carswell himself was told by the president or was his Choice and hours before mondays Public announcement. Mitchell was closeted with top republicans displaying financial statement to Stow there would be no Haynsworth like problems the information in hand gop Leader were Able to rally quickly behind the floridian when White House press Secretary it Muirid l Ziegler made the selection Public in mid afternoon sen roman l if aka of Nebraska senior Republican on the judiciary committee which begins hearings on the nomination next tuesday was Able to Tell reporters approvingly that Carswell has had Quot i Ihm mum of business Deal since he entered Public life As a . At Torney in 1953. A and gop Senate whip Robert p Griffin of Michigan a Republican to fought Nixon s nomination of judge Clement k Ray us Worth. Or. To the same seat said a the reports thus far have Toen very favourable and t Hope the Senate will to Able to confirm the nomination without delay a the Haynsworth nomination faded partly because Al a serve of a a ii Csc cd Legal Ion levelled at the South Carolina judge Mam of the charges appeared to take the administration and gof Senate leaders by Surprise Carswell 50, in a news Confer knee at his Home North of Talla Hassee. Said �?o1 have my Tome and a few parcels of real prop Rrt i inherited from my father and my Grandfather Hruska said the judge and Luis wife have a Del Worth to Ami $266,900 h Rusk a said i heir a a a a j sets include some Georgia Tim Tor land and an interest in the Alberta Box and icy kit co the senator said with three i Hildien attending Toik i a Well has a mortgage on his a Home examination of the judge s judicial record showed to ruled see Carswell pages it 1 it in to col. Charles Rouse Jones c i. Army ref. Died Early this morning at. His Home 235 Claywell drive san following a lengthy period to ill health. Col Jones was husband of the former Mary Harvey Charles native of this City. Burial will to in fort Sam Houston National cemetery in a san Antonio in lieu to Flowers contributions May to made to a cancer fund. Liver diabetes cancer Fra says doctors should explain Pill s dangers by the associated press Washington api the food and drug administration has told doctors they should explain the risks of High blood pressure liver damage diabetes and cancer to women Tak my Oral contraceptive pills even though the Agency has no definite proof of any such link the Fra also announced monday manufacturers will be required to strengthen the Label warnings about a link Between the Pill and blood clots. Meanwhile the producers of a Low hormone a a mini Pill a Oral contraceptive announced it a halted testing with humans to cause the drug had. Produced tutors in dogs the much her a id de Pill has been tested up to two years on some 3,000 . Women and has been in use in France Mexico and Britain syntax laboratories inc of Palo Alto calif., announced the decision which comes As a wow to . Pill researchers. The to t a researchers Quot in firm said some tutors in the dogs were cancerous some were precancerous and some benign. The firm said no cancer had Toen found in women taking part in the tests it said tests will continue with dogs and monkeys. I to Fra id suggesting full r discussion with patients of the risks of Oral contraceptive pills sent letters to 381.000 phys Criaris. Hospital pharmacists and Hospital letter pointed to a recent British study that found clotting linked particularly to Oral Contra Cep -4ives with High oestrogen Content. Fra commissioner Charles c Edwards said women should be made fully aware of the risks a thus permitting the participation of the patient in the assess ment of to risk associated with this methods of Oral contractor �?t-l-l.,- in strengthening the Labelling regulation the Agency is acting on the findings of an Fra advil Sory committee which said a Unk Between All Oral contraceptives and certain blood Dot disorders is now proven. Previously the labels were required Only to mention that one study indicated a clot link National concern and controversy Over Che Pill has snowballed since last weak when senators began bearing testimony on possible dangers to the Oral a contraceptives. Sen. Gaylord Nelson rejecting criticism that his hearings into birth control pills have created an unwarranted scare said monday his Proto has spotlighted an a honest dispute among medical men. The hearings produced much testimony that the Pill is suspected of causing or contributing to a wide variety to ailments. Including cancer to the breast cervix and uterus none of the expert medical witnesses reported any hard evidence against the Pill however the hearings resume for three Days wednesday and. Are expected to continue off and on for several Mont Snelson commented after a weekend Survey by the associated press indicated two Days of testimony on potential hazards of the Pill last week before his monopoly subcommittee created a wave to alarmed Calls by women to their doctors in Augusta. A doctor whose research led to the development to the Pill charged the congressional Hearmes Are politically motivated and misleading. Or Robert b Greenblatt 64, chairman to the endocrinology department to the medical College to Georgia said six to the eight experts called to testify see Pill. Page 8�
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