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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - January 23, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather Lief it Anam pop Abiy mixed a rift Atoe and free tag a in Thi evening fair mad Low inflight Tel saturday Tow tot Washington daily news it you do not get your paper. Dial 94. 21 As Between it w and t 00 o Dork and Ana wit be Rte la fired to 1909 ten pages Washington North Carolina. Friday afternoon january 23, 1970 a ill y except sunday Snow sleet fall across North Carolina today we Wlch big red one going Home a port today but War in t Over yet hazardous the of Tirui organized foe Indest ttys a apart 1 team the n. C. Commerce and Industry division state Commerce and development dept visited Washington thursday to present two new concepts in Community organization for Industrial promotion. Pictured along with local leaders arc Bob Howard. Norfolk Southern in Raleigh William Roberson. State representative Tom Broughton asst administrator Cai Leo Brody member of Board leg cad la veme Taylor regional representative Cai City James Glenn Deputy director of cad and Jack Runyon Repco. Staff photo by Litchfield Here last night Commerce and Industry team proposes new concepts for Industry promotion by de Walker. Or. Staff writer a a special team appointed by the . Commerce and Industry division visited Washington thursday night to present two uniquely organized a approaches to Industrial promotion to local leaders in a 10 county area. Laverne Taylor director. Coastal of Nee of Cai along with Milan Muzinich. Cai area represent live in Washington presented team members to the approximately 60 area leaders assembled. The touring team is part of a state wide Effort to better organize North Carolina communities for Industrial mrs. Paul of daily news staff Dies Belhaven a mrs Mildred Casey Paul age 66, head of the business department of the Washington daily news died in the fungo District Hospital thursday afternoon following a Short illness. She had been in failing health for several months. Funeral services will be held sunday afternoon at 2 30 of clock at the Pantego Christian Church a with the Rev. Patrick Parvin and Dennis Davis officiating. Burial will follow in the Belha Ven Community cemetery. A a the body will remain at the Paul funeral Home in Belhaven and be taken to the Church one hour prior to the service. Pallbearers will be Woody Andrews b. G. Carowan Clyde Davis jr., Waverly Paul Ashley b. Futrell and Thomas e Spencer. Mrs. Paul a life Long resident of Beaufort county was the daughter of the late Albert and see Paul Page 10� promotion. The meeting in Washington last night was the ninth in a series of 10 meetings which began in the Western part of the state. The team travels to Edenton today for a similar presentation. The 10 counties present at last nights meeting included car Teret. Craven., Pamlico Hyde. W Ashing ton Lenoir Green Beaufort Martin and Pitt. The team included Bob Howard. Norfolk and Southern in Raleigh Tom Broughton asst administrator Cai Leo Brody member of cad Board. James Glenn Deputy director of cad and Jack Runyon Repco along with Albert Callaway chief of Community service Section Cai. The two concepts recently developed in Raleigh Are a governors award program and the initiation of Industrial development teams in the state s cities. These teams made up of local experts on various aspects of the Community would be designed to Holp attract Industry to a to Man by meeting with Industrial representatives and providing an informational make up of the Community. The team members each possessed of special knowledge concerning the town would when combined into a team provide the necessary Pool see cad meeting. Page 10 cuts will be restored to welfare recipients Raleigh a cuts will be restored next month in welfare payments to 124,000 recipients of Aid to families with dependent children. John r. Jordan jr., chairman of the North Carolina social services Board announced the restoration thursday. The cuts which averaged 6.5 per cent and ranged from $2 to $25 per family were announced last month because of a big increase in the number of recipient under the program popularly known Ardc. Jordan said All but four of North Carolinas 100 counties had agreed to put up their share of the funds necessary to restore the cuts. The four counties Are Duplin Moore Warren and Washington. A we cannot penalize the rest of the state because a very few counties were unable or refused to provide their share a Jordan told a news conference. A we expect before this fiscal year is ended that these Feu will find a Way to provide the funds to for the deficit they anticipate in their Public assist Ance the counties were asked to put up a total of $440.000 to equal state funds plus a larger amount of Federal Money. Jordan said the state s share will come from other Parte of the social services department budget but will not result in cutbacks of other programs. A a a Jordan said he is a not even thinking in terms of litigation to get the four counties to put up their share. He said he feels Quot persuasion will do the welfare payments were ordered Cut by the Board in november because the 1969 Gener at Assembly anticipated funds for 107,090 recipients and the Rolls had increased to 124.000 the cute brought protest see welfare Page 101 investigation ordered into Miner s death by Thomas g. Rees associated press writer Cleveland Ohio api a Federal officials Tod ordered a grand jury investigation Here into the shooting deaths of United mine workers insurgent Joseph Zabloaski and his wife and daughter u s attorney Robert b Kru Pansky said the jury Koukl be convened next tuesday to Check into to Tiv a mgr of Jiete of the Yablonski the announce i came one Day after three Cleveland men were charged with murder in the Yablonski slayings officials said thursday that Yablonski was murdered shortly before he was to Tell what he knew about ump activities to two grand juries. A a in announcing the now grand jury probe today Krupansky said that at the moment no ump member had been called to appear before the panel. The three men charged thursday in connection with the deaths were being held Here on earlier Federal charges including conspiring to interfere with Yablonskiy a rights As a Union member. Yablonski. 5sj, had ust lost a bitter election in an attempt to unseat ump president w. A a Tony Quot Boyle Short 1\ before lie his wife Margaret 57, and daughter Charlotte Joanne 25, were found fatally shot in the family a Washington county pa., Home Jan. 5 sources in Washington disclosed that Boyle too would have been a key witness at two Federal grand jury probes into ump affairs one in washing ton and the other in Pittsburgh Federal authorities said however that the the arrested had no know up ump connections. \ it a meanwhile Porky Tania authorities Immy extradition proceedings on the murder charges today against Paul see miners Page 10 r More head City. N g apr the norwegian freighter Nordis Presthus. In trouble off the Nocoli Carolina coast since sunday was to arrive at Morehead City today towed by the coast guard cutoff for for the Cut flt resumed towing the stricken vessel thursday night and a As pulling her the last 70 Mise at a Speed of Low knots. Earlier losing attempts were Abruption lied As the eight Inch Niton lines snapped several times a there Are still several Quot fires aboard the coast guard said late thursday night although there was Quot considerable reduction in the flames which have practically gutted the ship. A coast guard party and four of the ship crewmen Are bark on Board the freighter on its final leg of the voyage two Rescue ships have been fighting rough seas wind and on and off bursts of fire since an explosion on the Miami bound freighter touched off flames sunday and two seamen the Cholula and its companion ship the buoy tender Laurel spent the Day circling the burning freighter and spraying it with water. Twenty eight Crew men a including the severely burned Captain a have been transferred to Morehead City capt. Ove Salt void is expected to remain hospitalized for several Days before departing for Norway via new York. The we win i were # leave their Morehead City Motel this morning for new York. James w. Miller succumbs today James Waddell Miller age 63, retired Mechanic and merchant of 904 East sixth Street died this morning at 8 of clock in the Beaufort county Hospital or Miller was Horn in Craven county sept. 10, 1906 son of the late James r. And Laura Simpkins Miller he was a member of the first Baptist Church the Barraca sunday school class the Beaufort county shrine club Orr Lodge no. 104, . And a m Tau tribe no. 18. Improved order of red men and a member of the charitable brotherhood Lodge. He was married to the former Myrtle Taylor of Beaufort county oct. 27, 1928, who survives Ither survivors Are one daughter mrs. Joy Adams of this City one Foster granddaughter Patricia Adams three Brothers. Thomas w Miller of Vanceboro Leslie Earl Miller of this City Wilber Miller of an Stan s. C. Three Sisters mrs w h. Bennett of this City mrs Alex Parsons of new Bern and mrs. Stella Haire of Ocean View a. Funeral services will be held sunday at 2 . From the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home with the Rev. Luther j. Matthews officiating. Burial will follow in Oakdale cemetery with masonic rites Orr Lodge. No. 104 . And a m will open sunday at 1 . For the purpose of conferring masonic rites at the graveside. It it George esp he Adamk rated pres writer Saigon apr Allied head quarters today reported Small skirmishes from the of eke no Delta to the cambodian Border North of Saigon and said two u s helicopters were shot Dow n and 71 North vietnamese or Viet Cong soldiers were killed one american was killed and 1.2 were wounded in the ground fighting All of the casualties were in the 1st infantry Devi Sion. Which is leaving Vietnam by april 15 after 4t years of the War it was the first army Divi Sion sent to Vietnam three South vietnamese were reported killed in the ground fighting and 11 wounded one of the american helicopters was shot Down while sup porting 1st division troops in fighting to Miles Irmi the Cam Bodian Border one Man aboard was wounded. The second helicopter was shot Down Over the a Shau Val killed we 1 checking North vietnamese infiltration from Laos two crewmen were wounded. It was the third u a helicopter shot Down Over the Valley in two weeks the losses raised to 6,33� the number of u s aircraft reported lost in Vietnam the u s command reported 27 enemy rocket and mortar at tacks Between 8 am thursday and 8 a m. Today it said one american was killed and 11 wounded Sou i h v Iet a m Ese head u a r ten reported Trtat North vietnamese gunners pumped More than 100 rounds of rockets and mortars into a government patrol base near the cambodian Border Field reports said that despite the heavy barrage Only two soldiers were wounded a american b52 bombers concentrated on the Mekong Delta where a buildup of North Viet namese troops has been reported two Waves of the big bomb Era dropped 300 tons of expo so ves in Uto u mint Forest a major enemy base in the South Ern Delta 143 Miles Southwest of Saigon. The Viet c Ong radio announced that Huynh Thien to a member of the naj Monal liberation front s Central committee. See Vietnam. Page 10 r till Snow North Carolina driving to Fleet a so on try a news norms Moat of today making on hazardous israeli troops leave Egypt s Shad wan Isle _ by m Arcus Eli Abo n sgt Eta Tod press writer Tel Aviv api israeli commandos withdrew from the strategic egyptian red sea Island of Shad wan today after occupying it for 32 hours killing 70 egyptian soldiers and destroying egyptian army installations the military command announced a spokesman said the israeli raiders evacuated the Island at 5 . A i a m est after lifting off certain a a military equipment Quot presumably a Antish made radar station that could Survey All ship movements around the Mouth of the Gulf of Suez the israelis claimed they took 62 egyptian prisoners in the raid that began 9 a m thurs Day. Three israeli soldiers were re ported killed and six wounded tyo seriously in the thursday attack. Earlier today israeli jete bombed egyptian Camps near Cairo. I the planes hit Camps near the Industrial City of Helway South of Cairo and at Huckstep 12 Miles East of the capital. It was the fifth penetration of the Nile Valley in Lesa than three weeks and the second attack on the Helwan and Huckstep areas in six Days a a a a spokesman said the planes attacked military targets along the Northern sector of the Sun canal Tittlie or Way i to a it Quot All returned safely. The israeli commando a the captive islet of Shad wan at the Mouth of the Gulf of sue apparently were dismantling the radar station there to take it Back to Israel when they abandon the Island an Isia Elj spokesman Sai d a one or two egyptian planes dropped a few bombs on the Southern end of the Island during the night but there was no damage or casual ties two boats also tried to a preach the Island Dunn the nigh i but the spokesman said israeli fire drove them off later one egyptian from one of tin boats was captured and four others were found dead mopping up actions by the israeli troops brought the a Gap Tian casualty toll on the Island to 70 soldiers killed and 62 captured. The israeli command said. The prisoners were taken military t0 sra4,� territory the com. Mand said israeli casualties were three killed Ami six wounded thursday if there were any More today they were not re ported. In Cairo the egyptian military command said its planes made Gia Stive attacks on he is a a see Israel Page 10� and causing emergency driving Only warning to be issued for six counties schools in Many area were ctr a Highway commission Spok. A torn an said emergency warnings applied to Cleveland. Gaston Lincoln. Catawba Alex Ander and. If Tadeh chains were required for secondary roads West of Raleigh and primary roads in the general area West of Montgomery and Chatham counties the commission spokesman said the Snow ranged from a depth of one in five inches All the state s primary highways were reported passable but Driver warnings were in effect for All areas West of Raleigh roads East of Raleigh were reported a fall right a a at mid morning or Snow had spread As far East As Wilmington two inches had fallen at Charlotte and one or two More inches of Snow and sleet were forecast Befi ire Clearing tonight a Snow also was reported at Greensboro we Stan Salem Raleigh Durham. Fayetteville Rocky mount new Hern and Greenville it had subsided after j Light fall at Asheville but Light now remained an afternoon possibility. Light Snow possibly mixed with sleet and i reeling rain was the coastal forecast wife a Hie to two inc twi before it Idem of a a a it it Lempera Tricea shortly been noon were Gener. Try in the a a with mostly in the 20 the lore cast for tonight the Outlook for fair and cold with m the upper Jos 1 pm per a Ture acre were Well below free Day night and highs a my were not exp. I Hove tin mid to upper id temperatures tonight Are again expected to dip below freezing therefore Tittle of the Snow that does fall is expected to melt before saturday decreasing cloudiness and somewhat warmer temperatures Are expected saturday and should bring an end to the hazardous driving conditions during the Day the bitterly cold Arctic air mass that had brought unusually cold temperatures to North Carolina earlier this week had a at hit Loat its hold on the state when the new outbreak of win Ter weather started today the Center of the Arctic air mass moved across Eastern a North Carolina thursday but a Fig moving frontal system moved in behind the High pressure area and today was a see weather Page a 10 saturday was highs most Aid Low 40s Tours after to he urges fight against pollution crime Nixon presents priorities in state of Union message by Walter r. Mears a political writer Washington a president Nixon has summoned a democratic Congress and a watching nation to join in an Effort to a make our peace with nature a intensify the struggle against crime and stick with him in dealing with the Vietnam War. The1 president presented those priorities thursday in. His first state of the Union message a 36-minute speech abridged from what was once a two hour 10-minute draft. Charting goals but few specific programs the Republican president encountered a Gener ally mild and frequently favourable democratic reaction. Gop leaders termed the speech a masterpiece. Senate democrats called a caucus today to discuss a response from the congressional majority. It is Likely to be a televised outline of the Derf socratic View about feb. 8. Nixon told the joint session he will Send at least a dozen major new proposals to Capitol Hill during the current election year session. He did not list the specifics. But Hugh Scott the Republican Senate Leader said a Nixon program to combat water pollution will top the list. That one is Likely to reach Congress within two or three weeks Nixon said it will be a five Vear. A a billion program to build All the municipal waste treatment plants needed in the nation. The president called it the most comprehensive and costly pollution control program in american history sen. Edmund s. Muskie of Maine said the commitment was reassuring but the leading democratic spokesman on environment estimated it would Cost $25 billion in Federal funds to Deal with municipal wastes Over the next five years. A the a Given us another cry of alarm but he has t Given us anything to Deal with a said the Maine senator who is rated a Likely contender for the democratic presidential nomination in 1972 Nixon said the budget he will Send to Congress a Early february will be in balance for the Sake of combating inflation he said spending programs Are politically popular but an inflation wracked Economy cannot afford them Senate democratic. Leader Mike Mansfield said he was not convinced budget balancing alone would be sufficient. He said Nixon might have to Send Congress specific legislation including wage Price profit and credit controls to Deal with inflation. In one area Taw enforcement Nixon said lie intends to increase rather than Cut Federal spending he did a say How much Money would be involved but he said Aid to local Taw enforcement. Agencies would be doubled in the new budget in foreign affairs Nixon said the United states seeks better relationships with the soviet Union and Mainland China. We Are moving with precision and purpose from an Era of confrontation to an Era of negotiation a he said. �?~�?~.,.1 believe our new policies have contributed to the Prospect that America May have the Best Chance since world War ii to enjoy a generation of uninterrupted in Vietnam Nixon said the United states is making Progress toward a just settlement. A the prospects for peace Are see Union Page 10 test drilling starts Engelhard in getting water system funeral slated a funeral services for elder George Washington Moore of Pantego who died sunday will be held saturday at 11 a m in the St. Matthews free will Baptist Church at Aurora burial will follow in the Church cemetery. A native of Bonnerton elder Moore served As minister of a number of free will Baptist churches in Eastern North Carolina. Engelhard test drilling. Is underway Here for a new Community system. Designed to boost Industry and improve employment opportunities and make available a Good water Supply for Homes and Hus leases Here ground was broken monday on a location at the rear of the old East Hyde High school. The work is being done by r w Magette Well and pipe company of Ahoskie. The project by the Engelhard water association inc., is being financed by a Grant from the economic development administration of $185.460 and a 5 per cent interest rate loan of $122, 600 from the Farmers Home administration. The system which has an initial sign up of 226 members the expected to be completed within a year it will involve the laying of approximately Sev a Miles of water lines. The project has been in planning several years the water association Wax chartered in 1968. Officers Are Roy Clarke president Horace Gibbs Secretary treasurer and Tommy Etheridge. P. D Midgett or. And Lincoln Everette. Directors engineering for the project is being done by Rivers and associates of Greenville. The water system to theto Eeik and one or Hyde county with Federal system. Swan a Quarter the county seat completed its system several years ago the local system Calls for construction of a 75.900 gallon elevated storage tank in addition to the distribution fines and a water treatment facility officials said today that local Homes and businesses not currently scheduled to be tied into the by step can still sign up at the $30 tap in charge

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