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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - January 26, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather generally it nor and mild through 9 tue today Withka Wal nigh upper 90 and lower and afternoon highs mostly Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Hut m�4tu& bet hmm a 90 and t 00 o clock and on will be delivered in you it Cadorna wot Toty aft noon tamjstr7s7"t?7s daily ii capt sunday education Bill near # final House action israeli Laratro it it Iero near the Lighthouse on Shad wan Island. Map locates the 20-Square-Mije red sea Island fort Reaa of Shad wan now in israeli hands after an invasion by helicopter borne paratroopers the invaders killed or captured All 70 of the egyptian Garr Laon. And the egyptian radar station that watched Israel s planes is in their hands. Israel fights on All fronts during weekend by Marii s Eliason associated press Rilet Tel Aviv a i israeli jets struck for More than an hour today a egyptian mortar and antiaircraft positions along the Central sector of the Suez canal following a weekend of fighting on ail israelis fronts. The israelis denied reports that the arabs shot Down three israeli planes and attacked a radar station sunday. The israeli military command said All planes returned safely from raids on egyptian positions along the red. Sea and Egypt also reported that its commandos missed the Northern sue canal near Al Cantara and destroyed a radar station a one of the enemy s most important spy networks in Sinai a at Hod Samara. Tel Aviv said there was no such attack. On. The lebanese1 front Tel Aviv said its Southern Border settlement of Parrit suffered no casualties in a mortar barrage fired by Arab guerrillas in Lebanon. Saturday night while Beirut said two lebanese civilians a Ere killed and two wound Gulf of Suez sunday. Spokesmen de by an israeli artillery attack said one target was an egyptian on the Southern Border Village troop transport left stranded on a reef after it fired on israeli planes near Shad wan Island at the Mouth of the Suez Gulf. Israeli troops occupied the Island for 32 hours last week destroying the radar station there and killing or capturing the egyptian Garrison. Egypt said the ship was a civilian transport that six Crew members were injured and that the ship was towed safely to Shore. Cairo claimed that egyptian guns hit one plane and it was seen a plunging in flames into the no re teen age mothers schools develop More enlightened policies by Peggy Simpson associated press writer Washington a school officials Are developing More enlightened policies dealing with the growing numbers of pregnant teen agers including keeping them in school and assuring the medical care according to a report to a conference on adolescent parents. The weekend conference also was tool the change in policies including an end to punitive expulsions results in a lower dropout rate for girls much better health for Mathei and Toby and fewer repeat pregnancies. Pregnant teenagers were a aft unnerved population until a few years or. Dorothy Lyons a los Angeles physician who be Gan a Pioneer program to help them in is a Gil airing the a parenthood in. Adolescence1 conference. A to by John heckler associated pre writer Washington api a showdown both sides seem want appeared certain today As the House moved toward final congressional approval of the 919.7 billion education Money Bill president Nixon plans to although both Chambers had approved the Bill covering the current fiscal year the House had to act again of Day to bring its original version in line with a minor change made by the Skaate dealing dts the Antipoverty program the promised attempt by the democratic controlled Congress to override Nixon s veto will be a test of strength that could have a telling effect on the fall elections Nixon says the appropriations Bill for the departments of labor and health. Education and welfare goes Over his recon emendations by $1.2 billion and is inflationary the democrats and Many republicans say the Issue is one of priorities How important is it to meet the nation s Educa lion needs congressional leaders expected the Bill would go to the White House and a veto by late today or sometime tuesday the override attempt will come first in the House probably wednes toy. With Only 145 votes one third of the House membership plus one needed to sustain a veto the Republican leadership has expressed Confidence Nixon s position will be upheld there Are 189 Republican members but 85 republicans voted for the increased education funds last december when the House approved the Bill despite see Congress Page 10 Scott funeral held at 2 p. M. William Harold Bill Scott age 19. Resident of Williams ton Highway. It. 1, City died Friday night in Duke Hospital in Durham following a critical illness of two weeks a he was bom Here july 20, 1950 son of Harold o. And Barbara Ervin fights Quot no Knock Quot legislation by Lawrence l. Knutson associated Preas writer Washington a a bit Terly fought provision allowing no warning police raid of Homes where narcotics Are sue petted of being used was called up today for a Senate vote the provision was denounced in the strongest terms by opponents. Led by sen. Sam j. Ervin. who said it. Was a la Grant violation of the constr ii Tion s fourth amendment pro nigerians could be facing huge refugee difficulties Section against unreasonable search and seizure the chief sponsor of the Bill that included the no warning measure. Sen. Thomas j. Dodd a Conn. Said he supported the provision but would not actively defend it in debate although Dodd said he did t think the no warning measure was dangerous to Basic constitutional rights he indicated he did not want the entire Hilt aimed at curbing illicit trafficking in narcotics to flounder Over the provision. However Ervin a former judge on his states supreme court left no doubts about his feelings. Quot this Section permits Federal narcotics agents to act like burglars and enter a House by stealth or by Ervin told the Senate in earlier debate. But Dodd in a statement reflecting Justice department thinking on the subject said the provision Quot should not be considered part of a television script that conjures up visions of kicked in doors sinister police invading residences in the dark of night and other apparitions characteristic of a police Quot the Only cases where a no Knock warrant May be judicially authorized is when notice of see no Knock. Page 10 w. H. Loy or. Dies suddenly William Henry Loy or. Age 52, native of Alamance county resident of 119 East fourth Street died suddenly sunday morning at 7 45 of clock following an illness of one Day. Or Loy was staff manager of the local wailers and Southern life insurance co. For the past 10 years and Tod been with the company for 13 years born in Alamance september 4, 1917, son of mrs. W h Loy St my me late or gov. Be was a b52 s make heavy raids inside Laos by George Raifor laight ref re writer Pou set to address Dsa awards banquet Edwards Scott. He attended the member of Grace lutheran 1 anus my i n Jan lint a. A Al to n. Ewsej ii �0, of we p Quot Gisl 1-1 old i v >01 we. A a h f 4ar� a of Turk idl of Aita Chaab. Each Side claimed the other started the shooting israeli sources said there was a 30-minute Exchange of fire. Also in Lebanon a spokesman for the trans arabian pipeline co. Reported that saboteurs blew up a valve House on its pipeline from saudi Arabia to the lebanese coast but the flow of Oil was not interrupted. The company is owned by arabian american Oil co., and the pipeline has been hit several times by Arab saboteurs. Local schools and the West end Baptist Church. Surviving besides his parents Are four Brothers. Jack o. Scott of the . Army in Germany Alfred d. Scott Ashley r. Scott and John w. Scott All of the Home paternal grandmother mrs Annie Scott of it. 1, Washington maternal grandmother mrs. W b. Edwards of this City funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2 of clock from the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home conducted by the Rev. Willie Bell pastor of the Mizpah free will Baptist Church and the Rev. William a. Bodiford pastor of the Fuller memorial presbyterian Church in Bur Ham. Burial will follow in Oakdale cemetery. The following will serve As pallbearers Royce Hanner Jimmy Leggett Larry Cooper Kelly Alligood Johnny Leggett and Mccoy Pollard. Saigon apr us b52 bombers made their heaviest raids in nine months overnight a Tlack i no North a Ietna Mese Supply depots a inside tot it across the Frontier in the a Shau Valley and farther South along the Cam Mdian Border about 80 b52s. Four fifths of the strategic air comma Ltd s bomber Fleet in Asia flew from bases in Thailand. Guam and Okinawa to drop nearly 2,000 tons of explosives the targets of the raids were North vietnamese supplies being a overt to South Viet Nam the raids on tot and the a Shau Valier were ordered after trucks were sighted in the Valley for the first time in More than a year american Bombara helicopter gunships and artillery attacked the trucks and a warehouse the . Command said 14�?T North vietnamese soldiers were killed but heavy enemy machine gun fire kept american spotter pilots from assessing the damage to the trucks and warehouses later the b52s went after the North vietnamese depots in Laos that receive supplies com ing Down the to Chi Minh Trail and feed them across the Border feb the a Shau Valley the biggest North \ Ietna Mese Supply base area in South Vietnam. Official sources said truck movement along the to Chi Minh Trail if Quot very heavy this year heavier than last year Quot they said however that enemy movement always increases at this time of year because it is the dry season a they Are maintaining this option of launching an one source said. A whether they Are going to exercise it or How the n going to use it remains to be seen a Williams rites conducted today funeral services for Samuel t. Williams age 72, will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home this afternoon at 3 30 o clock conducted by Jim Hensley. Pastor of the Everetts Church of Christ a the following will serve As pallbearers Oscar Boyd Plum Braddy. Golden Everett Vernon Everett. Bobby Price and Marvin Boyd. Or Williams a resident and retired Farmer of the Everetts distinguished service award night along with outstanding Boas night will he observed on wednesday evening february 4 at Brentwood Lodge or. Joseph w Pou vice president to Wachovia Toonk and Trust company Greenville n will he the main speaker or Pou is a retired army lieutenant colonel. He is a former professor and head of the department of animal husbandry at . State University at the present time he is president of the Greenville chamber of a Commerce president elect of the Greenville rotary club member of the Board of deacons of Belmont Baptist Church president of association of agricultural Bankers a member of the Board of trustees of . Teachers and s t ate e m i Oyes ret i rement system and treasurer of . Mental health association. In the past he has served m Many capacities including president of state univer sity alumni association. Or Job Kph w rot commission and president 4-h development funds Richard Lawrance is president of the Washington Junior chamber of Commerce Milton Brownjr is chairman of the gushed service and tuts Landing Boss events Billy president of coastal Plain with be master of planning and development for he meeting some generals believe smaller divisions Best Church at Liberty and attended the first presbyterian Church while living in Washington. He was a member of the Washington masonic Lodge 675. Or Loy was married to the former Ursula sue Leigh Fogleman of Liberty who sur Vives with two sons. Hm-2 William h. Loy. Ill of Cam Lejuene and Eric Conrad Loy of the Home a daughter. Mrs Earl Rountree of Sunbury. One grandson Scott Allen Rountree. Also surviving Are his Mother. Mrs. Loy of Alamance and two Brothers Charlesw Loy of Burlington and James c Loy of Graham funeral services with masonic Crossroads Community of it 1. Rites will be held tuesday morning at 11 of clock from Liberty Grace lutheran Church conducted by the Rev j a sea Bock burial will he in the pleasant Hill cemetery. The family is at the Home of mrs Loyd a sister. Miss Meta fog Leham at Gibsonville. Pinetown died in the Beaufort a a county Hospital saturday morning following an illness of several years. Surviving Are his wife two sons two daughters. 14 grand children three great grandchildren one brother and three Sisters. A 4by Fred r. Iid fam an a military writer Washington a Sope generals believe a 25 per in. Cut if the size of army divisions would improve their fighting of cacti Venoss and reduce their Coet army planners argue that totter ammunition artillery and tanks plus More efficient communications and other advances make it possible to trim present divisional strength from nearly l6yoo men to about 12,00 or 13.inmi a we re almost forced to go this Way. Beca use of the cost.,�?� one source said. A but we should to doing it anyway there was no estimate of How much Money might be saved by such a slimming Down. Secretary of defense Mel Vio r. Laird estimated recently that deactivation of a full infantry division yields a saving of Atout $500 million a year. Arr pored mechanized and airmobile divisions Cost More because they incorporate larger numbers of such vehicles As tanks armoured personnel carriers and helicopters development of smaller More effective divisions might enable the army to stave off a substantial Cut Quot in the no tiber of its divisions some generals have forecast the army May to Down to ii or 12 divisions by 1975 from the present level of 17 and a third divisions budget pressures combined with a Fin rec Tesi Ltd Ritan policy away from overseas involvement Point to a smaller army As Well As reductions in the other armed services army generals shaping the Force of the future think its highly possible that with advanced equipment already in being or on the Way. Three smaller divisions could function More effectively than two larger ones some experimentation has been done with a new concept combining the tos fighting Fea Tures of Armor and helicopter borne forces in a single division searching for the right forum. _ see army. Page 101 a a a f a a ,.-j r a v a former resident Dies in Georgia or. Eva s Midyette widow of the late w j Midyette of this City diced in Coin rebus. A. Sunday afternoon she made her Home Here from 1938 to 1961 surviving Are a sister. Mrs Mary Davenport of Columbus a. And a brother funeral services will be held tuesday at it am at Striffler and Hendy funeral Home in Columbus. A. Fallen ibos must get Back before Rains by High Mulligan a i special or respondent l a is Vejr Ratten Burn rats homeless Iho must get Hack to Etoir Village before the Spring Rains or Nigeria could be faced Frith a refugee problem a Kin to that of Ito palestinian arabs an american Relief Coor Dhaka feel Newi it Fly. A this is the Yam planter Fig sea he a a Ltd put m to Fot cum atm begin in april the people from the War ones will to dependent on relict supplies until the fail of 1971 Quot if these people can get their crop in the ground now. There wit to it a unrest to teed them Atlee in september if not. They will to refugees for Mother 20 months existing on Relief sup plies Quot in that time a refugee Pey Chesis could develop saddling Nigeria with an african equivalent of the Palestine Arab rage by a the expert refused to to quo de by name because the Federal government through hourly a Din broadcasts tells the refugees in the Buah to stay where they Are until fond readies them already according to government figures. persons Are in refugee Camps a jump of 20 per cent in the week since the War ended Long files of refugees growing in Numoto it a every Day Are _ streaming a town the roads some Relief workers think in will swell into the millions Yiirs main Staple of the nyx to to a no Vij in the Rural wac apr. The treat Yam growing area were the ibo lands Toyono the niger River. V in the War it devastated Northeast Corner of the Eastern Region during the War behind the Federal line. The Christian Council of Nigeria a protestant Agency and the Catholic seer Lariat joined in a Yam seed project to keep the areas Plantes As the hos fled their Fields to remain with shrinking Biafra. Many acres were kept under cd 11 vat Ion by the Relief Agen cues so there would be seeds available for renewing the crop bulletin w Asi 11xi i it no App the supreme court ruled 6 to 2 Toda it that local draft hoards May not strip student War protesters of their deferments and reels sly them a As Quot a delinquent Quot or do not find any said Justice Hugo i Black that a on Greta intruded to allow the draft hoards to reprise otherwise qualified students of their deferments Quot for opposing the it Vietnam War and giving up their draft cards As an act of protest. T a moot had been kicked out of school and sent to a Home or relative a she mid. Few got regular medical attention or nutritional advice she said heightening the risk which teen age mothers already face in birth. Their births frequently were premature and premature babies Are More susceptible to mental retardation and deformities or. Lyons said. And the newly delivered Mother who was allowed or who chose to return to school was a rarity. At least 50 per cent of the female dropouts from High school Are pregnant she said. Folio up studies on the 950 girls in the seven lot Angeles special schools show nearly All return to graduate Many go on to College when they might not have before and some use scholarships which they had see mothers Page 10 evidence scanty but Good 18-month-old Experiment indicates Nixon s welfare proposal can work by Edmond Lebreton associated press writer Washington a an 18 month old Experiment using the Basic principles of president Nixon a welfare Reform proposals indicates the administration idea can work says the test director families without a male wage earner _ counting food Stamps Nixon s plan provides a federally guaranteed floor of about $2,350 a year for a family of four regardless of whether there 4s a the Wilder hypotheses either that everybody quit his Job or that everybody works twice As hard Quot it does t turn them Green or any thing like that,1, he said. They can go on about their male wage earner. A business Kretiv much As the a Al in calculating payments need acknowledging the evidence de to bring a family to that lev 1� was. Fun for 80mr�?the Cudd wave released it grip on Washingon sunday but not. Before these Young people decided the Pond at Mac Woods had been under its Long enough to skate on. The ice groaned with every step saturday but managed to hold As there were no report of any major breakthroughs. Still is scanty economist Harold w. Watts said nevertheless a the direction of the administration program is Good a Watts head of the Institute for research on poverty at the University of Wisconsin said in a Telephone interview the Experiment is designed to determine Tow working people not earning enough to support their families behave when Given supplementary funds president Nixon has proposed substituting a guaranteed family income for the present welfare system of Aid to dependent child Reid which goes mainly to Elute first $60 a month of earnings would not to counted. Above this amount would be a $1 reduction of Federal benefits for each $2 earned. Able bodied adults in families assisted would have to accept suitable jobs if available or Job training Watts indicated that although the evidence is not All in it can be said at this Point a a program can be applied and administered for the working poor Quot the tests which started with 75 families in Trenton n.j., and now involve 700 families in several states also indicates. Watts said a we can Rule out some of ways did. But with a Little More the tests funded by the Federal office of economic Opportunity were started before Nixon took office but Watts said a the Experiment includes a wide variety of ranges wide enough to include those the adm Nistra Liori is thinking about. Quot rep John w. Byrnes of wrist Cousin the top Republican on. The House ways and Means committee which is considering the Nixon plan had invited Watts to sit in on the committee deliberations Byrnes said in an interview it see welfare. Page a j or. /
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