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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - January 21, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather Fate and continued very cold tonight and thursday. Ism tonight in the teen the rout thursday in the Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial 946-2145 Between so and 7 00 o Stock and one will be delivered to Row. Established 1909 fourteen _ Washington North. A run a afternoon. January 2jftft 0a1u a act i sunday Nixon indicates Compromise possible Jaycees Hunt i Craft for Quot Young Man of year Quot forces move into for education funds formation of mid East Airport authority asked by John a Kukler pm writer Washington it a it a the while House racing stiff Republican resist Nee to presiden t Nisono a threatened veto of an education Money Bill is beginning to talk Compromise a assurances have washing Ion Jaycees announced today that their specially formed committee is continuing its search Lor the City a outstanding Young Man of the year Richard Lowrance. Local Chib president said that the committee is actively canvassing churches businesses clubs and other Organiza Lions to determine which Young Man a 21 through 35 a a has contributed the Moat to the1 Community during the year. Jordan South of dead sea nursing Homes across nation giving a und30 Quot up taking in patients on medicare ?, some 75 leaders of Beaufort Martin and Pitt counties met last night to discuss the need for air transportation in the area and voted to ask the county com miss toners and the governing bodies of each of the cities and lows to form a mid East Airport authority. The matter is expected to be carried before the county commissioners and the town councils. Without delay. Graham Elliott of Washington presided Over the meeting held at the Washington yacht and country club. Jojo Thigpen of Williamston spoke for Martin county. A we need to make some positive plans a j a Hackney Iii spoke for Beaufort county. He called for More trunk line service for the area citing Raleigh and Norfolk both More than two hours away As the Only trunk line airports available and he called for More feeder service too which would Tarry passengers to trunk line airports. Air transportation is not a luxury but today is a real necessity said or Hackney or. Joe Pou spoke for1 Pitt county. A a people in our area need air transportation they want it and they must demand it said or. Pou at the end of the prepared statements from each county an open discussion was held or. Elliott proposed that while the efforts toward a three county Airport Are underway that the efforts of the group who ult be1 directed toward get Tiftz. Air transportation into the area now possibly into Greenville the largest City in the area. He Ted out however that for future needs the Greenville Airport is inadequate As Are the see Airport. Page 14 governor recommends anti pollution methods wind pushes ship through Bridge Tunnel Virginia Beach a. Apr frigid winds gusting to 50 Miles an hour Tore a Navy ship from its Anchorage and pushed it through a Bridge Section of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel Early no injuries were reported aboard the ship or on the Bridge. A 5th naval District spokesman at Norfolk said the cargo ship Yancey sliced through the Bridge Stern first completely severing the two Lane Road bed and leaving a 150-foot Gap in the Structure. A it literally went through the Bridge a the spokesman said. The Bridge is the Only Access residents of Virginia a Eastern Shore have with the rest of Virginia. To get to and front the Eastern Shore Peninsula while the Bridge is closed Means travelling through Maryland. The Accident occurred about two Miles from the Bridges terminus on the Virginia Beach Side of the Bay. Unofficial sources said that a Virginia general assemblyman George Mcmath of the Eastern Shore has asked the Navy to provide emergency transportation for persons wishing to Cross Raleigh apr gov Bob Scott said tuesday night North carolinians a have Good reason to be concerned Quot about problems of environmental pollution. Ato. In a talk to the annual meeting of the North Carolina association of a in Sec tricks. Scott listed Steps being taken to combat pollution and made a some specific suggestions for new Steps. He said the answer to the water pollution problem. Sis the a reclamation of waste products so that effluent water leaving an Industry or sewer system is no More polluted than when it entered the City a water system a i suggest that we look closely at what new York City los Angeles and other cities Are doing to combat pollution a Scott said. T the governor called on scientists in the state s universities Industry and government to strive Quot to develop More and better Anh pollution he urged a your energetic Jay Cees and other civic groups to give greater priority to cleanup and anti litter campaigns which will include cleaning up our streams our roads our reads our lawns our parking Scott urged a service stations to give litter bags to motorists and that attendants offer to empty litter bags and ashtrays. A i would urge Law enforcement officers to enforce More Given to key gop members that if Congress upholds a Nixon veto of the appropriation because it goes $12 billion Over his budget he will accept a lesser increase in a new Bill the Cir Tor tse was strengthened tuesday when the Senate voted 74-17. In favor of the $19.7 billion appropriations Bill for the departments of labor and health. Education and welfare. The Bill covers the current fiscal year that started last july i. Despite the Clear warning of a veto and vigorous administration efforts to build support for it 21 republicans voted for the Bill and Only 17 against the vote was 13 More than the two thirds required to override a veto. A Compromise is also being considered by supporters of the extra funds in Case they fail to override Nixon s veto at a tuesday strategy session they decided they would come right Back with a my trimmed about $400 million and try again the certainty that even if a veto is sustained the Issue of spending for education will not be settled was underscored during debate tuesday in both the a see Nixon Page 141 mrs. Bessie w. Whealton Dies =. R a -4 76, of the Campbells Creek see Bridge Page 14 see pollution Page 141 Community it 2, Aurora died suddenly at the Home of her daughter. Mrs. George Mayo tuesday night at 9 3�. Of clock. She had been in failing health for several Quot months. Mrs. Whealton was bom at Campbells Creek Community May 27. 1893, daughter of the late Redden and Matilda Mayo Weatherington. She was a member of the springers Creek free will Baptist Chat Rich. She was married to Levin Whealton feb. 22, 1914 he preceded her in death in 1967. Surviving Are one son Stephen r. Wheaton of Burlington two daughters mrs. George Mayo of it. 2, Aurora and mrs Ralph Oleson of Princeton . Six grandchildren six great grandchildren one brother Cliffie Weatherington of it. 2, Aurora. Funeral services will be held from Campbells Creek methodist Church thursday afternoon at 2 00 o clock conducted by the Rev. John w. Yount pastor. Burial will be in the Whealton cemetery at Campbells Creek. The body will be taken from Paul funeral Home one hour prior to the service. U. S. Shedding role As policeman pen Divis a agon r a Ion cd Ian to 1 ners 1 n Arn it redi by 1 inti foil Neil to by i ii a a by Fred s. Hoffman a military writer Washington a some key Pentagon planners forecast the army will be Cut about three divisions below current authorized strength by 1972 As the United states gradually Sheds its a policeman to the world role. This reduction to 14 and w a it thirds divisions would carry the army almost Back to where it was when the Kennedy administration took Over nine years ago. Some planners predict the army will be Down to 11 or 12 divisions within three years. This it. Is believed will be accompanied by a gradual pull Back of most . Troops from South Korea and the North at lactic treaty organization area a Well As disengagement from Vietnam. Army and Marine leaders be Lieve that Over the next several years this country a ground forces will be concentrated in a .-based Central Reserve to be sent abroad Only where preeminent interests Are at stake. Ground Force generals feel his will Lead to greater Reliance on nuclear weapons particular k big strategic missiles to safeguard the nation. A. This recalls a debate in the late stages of the Eisenhower administration. Democratic critics and some army generals claimed then that an emphasis on massive retaliation starved the conventional military forces and gave the nation Little Choice Between All. Out atomic Exchange and humiliation. So the Kennedy administration not Only accelerated the growth of . Missile Power but also increased american the distinguished service award Winner from Washington will be entered in the North Carolina Jaycees contest. The state winners will then be entered in the if. S Jaycees Competition. Which chooses americans if outstanding Young. Men East year s local Winner Jim Hift Ltd went on to he selected a one of North Carolina s five outstanding Young men _ Alai by Gaylord Shaw associated press writer Washington api mba drifts of the nation s nursing Homes have quit the medicare program Mam others still in the program refuse to accept new medicare a nationwide associated press Survey a isolated that More than 5�o num Tii Homes my Istratoff their Dix sati amp fac a Ion Fram. 4.900 certified extended care Fth titties july t. To 4.850 Jan i benefits and Low retroactive denial of flagger tag paperwork rates the a Survey turned up no instances of Eldert it patients being suddenly turned out of nursing Homes rut mama and therr Are about 25,000 nursing Homes in the nation but not All can qualify for medicare sex tended care program because of such requirement As around tin clock licensed nursing care medicare Doc my Ami for the same committee is also reviewing nominations for the Jaycees annual a Boss of the year award this person is to be selected from nominations submitted to the selection committee. The a Boss of the year Quot contest will be judged on his ability As a Boss As it relates to his employees consideration should be Given to his willingness for employees to participate in Community betterment projects his activities in business civic projects Church family and Community. Have withdrawn since extended care provision <4 the Federal health a a Core wee years age Fth the last six a months alone. Social Security administration figures show. 296 extended care facilities have dropped medi re voluntarily. Some of this impart is ran Ceford. However by enrolment. Of newly built facilities in tote booming nursing Home ind is a Fry government. Officials Trace the Industry s discontent to a crackdown in misuse and overuse of medicare benefits. A not so say nursing Home and mind aerators said their Homes no longer Acrell medicare patients though still qualified under the program the National trend of nursing bodies of drop out of medicare a extended care program was cute this month by sen Frank a Oss d Utah. When he launched congressional hearings on nursing Home problems but a social Security admin spokesman said the number of Homes in the program goes up and Down a although 295 Homes quit the program in six months this offi Cial said others signed up so the net loss was univ so from. Is t rat Ion j Quot there s no trend custodial nursing Home care rather it was designed to Pax far Short term stays in nursing Homes for patients recuperating after discharge from a Hospital to qualify a patient must re quire skilled nursing wire on a continuing basis he also must enter an extended care facility Jeff within two weeks after leaving a Hospital where he had remained at least a it the a mkt Mill i he an israeli Art pred Force crossed into Jordan South of the Timsah Ghl and Amman radio reported a major land and air Battle was under Way today ,. Saudi arabian forces Sta honed in the area joined Arab guerrillas and jordanian army Iii to a ton lug a the israelis of lit Ltd Day on a typical Day 09,000 elderly nursing Home patients m the country Are having their Hilte paid by medicare the average stay in a nursing Home under medicare is 50 Days tie ice Homes Page 14� to i com my a ique issued in Damascus by a Fatah the Ger r 111.1 Organ i a 11on a jordanian spokesman said the israelis threw in pm a Oes. Links and artillery reports to Amman. He Miles Northeast of the tia tie area said the israeli Forest included about 40 tanks and hat tracks tucked by la Ivy artillery Israel sat draw Amorde raiding a Torce entered Jordan Quot to a attack guerrilla leases an israeli spokesman reported five guerrillas had been killed and a number of Arab vehicles a mtg Fidai i combing operation x mll1 if a nominations Tor Dsa and or a Boss of the year a a girds should be mailed to Jaycee awards p. O Box 454, Washington . 27889. Nominations should be submitted no later than january 30 it the Washington Jaycees annual awards banquet will be held at the Brentwood Lodge on wednesday february .4, As announced by Milton Brown arrangements chairman unc a educator visits City school Board Fowle gets Youngblood Post no la Junya Sulutie we ported to funeral sloth.1 d for elder Moore burning ship snaps second Rescue Cable funeral services for elder George Washington Moore of Pantego who died sunday will be held saturday at 11 . In the St. Matthews free will Baptist Church in Aurora with . Pridgen officiating. Burial will take place in the Church cemetery with Whitfield and Whitley funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. Elder Moore was born air Boner ton feb. 5, 1915. He became minister of the St. Matthew s free will Baptist Church in 1958 he also served As pastor of the St. James. Live Oak. St Moore Peter Zion Temple Little Creek mount Zion and Salem Chapel free will Baptist churches. He was a member of the masonic Lodge in Belhaven ,. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Alto r Moore one Foster daughter miss Justice Spencer of the Home two Sisters mrs. Lewelyn Moore of Aurora mrs. Pearl Rocker of Jamaica . And four Brothers Clyde Fred and Jeremiah Moore of Aurora and James c Moore of Brooklyn . F w \ Babao City. N. C. A the burning norwegian freighter Nordis Presthus wallowed in the Atlantic this morning after an High much Nylon lowlife to a coast guard vessel snapped. Coast guard it. Edwin to ool Baugh said the line parted tuesday night for the second time he said the buoy tender Laurel was to attempt to reattach the line us Dawn and continue the Stow voyage into port Coolbaugh said at the rate the two was progressing tuesday the vessels get to Morehead City until Latefy tvs afternoon although they Are Only 35 to 4� Miles off Shore the coast guard Cutler child la took a off Uto last eight crewmen of the stricken freighter tuesday night after the towline broke earlier 20 surviving Crew members including two women were picked up after they had abandoned ship they were brought to Morehead City monday the vessels master was one of the last crewmen to leave the Nordis Presthus the coast guard said a two crewmen were killed when the ship was rocked by a fire which broke out sunday night the coast guard said the Braze in the eng room was sex or Mana Franklin a professor and a leading educator at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro visited with the Washington City school Board tuesday night Fuyi among other things recommended that teachers consider wearing Brighty colors hiking hemlines and using speech spiced with the jargon of Young people or Franklin in the teaching profession for 25 years is in the City at the boards a quest to examine Progress made in the local he area of team teaching. The City school had previously adopted the use of approximately 10 teams in the schools this year and upon or Quot Franklin a recommendations and work with local teachers in 1968 she Wilt spend All Day today visiting team classrooms and a report. Her findings to the superintendent. Her proposals involving brighter colors came about As a. Result of an Experiment at unc4j 111 which students were made responsible for reporting on their instructors. At the end of each semester the students filed their a arc shirt card listing what they it were the teachers Strong and s with suggestions for improvement. It Franklin a students fell she should Wear Bright colors raise , and make her speech for one year and study results with parents. 1 of Quot a Quot we hate found that parents once they have adjusted to the new method do Mil want to return to re a a # cards the Dura Tor Sard Quot the teacher Parent conference allow for Doner Contact with Parent More a jordanian the israelis invaded at1 7 to Sitas after in or raid in which cml jordanian civilian w As killed and three others wounded tire initial israeli announcement did not disclose the size of the raiding Force the military co Minand in Tel a to ii y i Tuii i tax i Laati . Rit vf1 a 1 a a r "i1. A 1 a a a xxv lit a a launched a follow i no rep a us attacks from jordanian territory on the dead sea Potash works at St twin and on civilian settlements in the Region a Thi Potash works were shelled monday a glut. Israeli understanding and it l m d he hell the attacks came from the Village of Safi a la 1 get teacher to Grade the student against 11101011. His own Cai Kiwi Lipics. And goals and not those of his classmates, exp lame d. Or franc in then re explained to the Board the history and advantages of team leaching prior to conducting her meeting with teachers today according to the doctor team teaching to More challenging to the to others involved and brings out the Best in each because a fellow teacher is in the Raponi watching advantages to. Students of this increased Challenge to teachers is obvious the educator Indica text the student is also More Likely especially in an integrated situation to have at least one teacher he can More easily relate to a a William Daniels Esea director Here spoke to Hoard members urging Ihei Ito work to a persuade their congressmen that the Public is behind the Effort to Over ride president Nixon Quot a i be veto of a a recently of tuesday nights raid it is 2< Miles inside Jordan tins same area of Jordan was a hit last May 21 by an israeli my Lon cd fore which crossed the ceasefire line to destroy an Arab guerrilla base that raid tasted almost eight hours r in Northern Israel while Mior med sources in Tiberias said guerrillas in Jordan fired mortar and bazookas at Sisir israeli army outposts along la Jordan River Quot in the Deisan Vallex Wilkens funeral slated thursday a see ship Page 141 More re truant to Young people proposed school appropriation or Franklin also discussed members agree i on tin necessity with the thiard the Success other for the additional funds and schools have been having with expressed their Geierm Maffoni to substituting teacher Parent work for the Bill conferences for report cards she the appropriation involves that Washington funding for 4ch��t prow to under try the innovation in one school see Board Page 14� a funeral services for mrs. Marie Fay Wilkens age 89. W to passed away in the Beaufo tit it unto 1 to Small tuesday mor rung will be held thursday at it 0d . In the Chapel of the them fish feral a tote with that Rev Robert p Roy ail. Rector a if Zion episcopal Church officiating burial wih tie in Oak Wilile cemetery serving As Active pallbearers Wiki lie Ralph h. Hodges Quot jr., Gray Hodges Charles t Hoyt Fred m a Lundn James a Hackney 111 and Gierald a Mitchell. Local literacy workshop set first newsmen inside Biafra see hunger looting conventional forces. It boosted the number of army divisions from 14 to 16 but the National strategy Aims were different then. Robert s. Mcnamara then Secretary of defense told Congress in january 1 962 this country s nonnuclear land .sea., and ate forces had to be strengthened a if we Are to have the capacity to respond properly to limited wars in any part of the Globe and possibly in More than one place at the same the Nixon administration with the Vietnam War experience shaping its direction Aims to minimize commitment 01 us a. Ground forces abroad in the future. As . Troops Are gradually withdrawn from the Vietnam War the Nixon administration has set in motion a reduction of . Forces. A literacy workshop using the Laubach method will be taught at St. Peters episcopal Church feb. 24-25 by mrs. Chester Terrill of Southern Pines. The class to be held from 9 30 . To2 30 . Is being sponsored by the Washington literacy Cound for the City and surrounding area. The sponsors say that by 1960 census figures a literacy workshop could help 1300 persons in Beaufort county if people from Many sections Quot Are willing to Hie taught How to teach the course to adult non readers. Or. Frank Laubach. For More than 30 years has stirred millions of illiterates in some 105 countries of the world speaking 312 languages by teaching them to read in their own language every person Man or woman interested in teaching someone to read is urged to at tend the workshop or Contact mrs Colon Mclean at 1108 Summit Avenue by mail or Telephone her at wrh6-4971 As soon As possible. By Hugh a Mulligan 1 a special correspondent Oterri Nigeria a. The first newsmen allowed inside fallen Biafra saw famished refugees fighting for food looting by nigerian soldiers and heard several firsthand ac-1 county of women being raped by victorious nigeria9 troops the farther the press party went inside former biafran territory. The worse the conditions of hunger homelessness and life has been threatened umpteen turn by soldiers wanting to steal my trucks and ambulances in a not a doctor in a a bloody Copper a policeman a the doctor said he had just returned from an open Field where bal to too wounded biafran soldiers were a flying in their own puss and excrement wait ing for treatment that never arrived a a a they bloody to be deadly continued now in be got to go try and fix them up. Done to go near them unless you be got clothespins on your nose a Athi Quot doctor from Colchester would it Yov Givot Horn name As a doctor Phil a without Ngung the. Unit he said the soldiers on duty in he area of the Ped Tenc Nigeria. Page i confusion became everywhere refugees were on the Road teetering All their worldly goods on their Heads Hunting lost husbands and children. Trying desperately to change their biafran Money into nigerian pounds to buy what food was available at Little Impromptu Roadside markets a. Young British doctor working. In Nigeria less than two weeks leaned his head against an ambulance and wept with rage a live had lugers stuck in both my ears a he sobbed a my selective service wants local boards St by Stan Benjamin associated press writer Washington a it the selective service system trying to keep local boards in step is suggesting they stay within lottery no. 60 in the february draft Calls. For j january a ceiling was proposed at no. 30 in the lottery list. Official confirmation tuesday of the february ceiling reversed an official s statement the Day before there would be no limit for february a position which would have allowed local boards to Call numbers As High As necessary to meet their quotes. It. Remains to be seen How Well the guidelines will achieve uniformity the results of january a Effort Are not yet known. But it appeared Likely the ceilings will continue to be set a White House source said As Long As there is the threat of great differences among local boards in the lottery numbers being called Many Low numbered men. Now deferred or exempt Are expected to lose tot status and become draft tie later in the year. But if required to meet monthly quotes As in the past local boards might have to draft higher numbered men in the a see draft a Page 14 i to
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