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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - January 29, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather showers Sod thundershowers Liker Early tonight otherwise partly cd my Friday general fair and cooler. Lews tonight in 4fe highs Day 56-62 established 1909 Washington daily news if you do not get your papera. Dial 4-2145 Between a to and 7 00 o Chi a and one Rill be delivered to you a a s�iiaiti5.iissiirrf twelve pages Washington North Carolina thursday afternoon january 79, 1970 daily except sunday Senate of s crime Bill by Lawrence i. Pm to slav Assoc aled Presa writer Washington it a it a the Senate has approved its second major ant crime Bill in a week a narcotics control measure strengthening weapons of u s agents while softening penalties for drug experimenters and pos Muon of marijuana. _ six year old run Over by school bus Julie Anne Cooke six year old daughter of or and mrs Ryan Cooke. It. 4. City was seriously injured wednesday at 4 pm when she was run Over by a school bus which had taken her to her Home at the Mobile trailer Park on Market Street Extension according Toa child witness on the bus at the time. Julie Stum bled in front of the vehicle and her books fell under the bus Julie went under to rely eve Lar books easy veto Victory for president brings Battle Over Compromise officials expect much complaining Over county grouping into regions i Muir j ack Babkm sheriff Jack Harris seeking another term Jack Harris for 38 years a Law enforcement officer in Beaufort county the last seven and a half As sheriff today announced his candidacy to succeed himself As High sheriff of Beaufort county. Born and reared in Beaufort county at Beechville he attended Public school in Pantego and has spent most of his life in the county. Or. Harris became Deputy sheriff in december 1932. When sheriff William Rumley retired. Sheriff Harris ran for the office was elected and has remained in it Ever since. Married to the former Harriet Brown of Washington they now live at North shores having moved Here from Bel Viaven in 1950. They Are members of the presbyterian Church for several years sheriff Harris has been Active in both the North Carolina and the National sheriffs associations. Looking Back Over the almost 38 years he has served As a Deputy and High sheriff he said a we Are faced with a serious increase in crime All Over our nation today officers of the Law must be More dedicated., work longer hours be More skilled and Alert than Ever before. During these 38 years the duties and responsibilities of the sheriffs office in civil As Well As criminal matters have increased tenfold a a continuing sheriff Harris said a if renominated and re elected i shall continue to dedicate myself a see candidate Page 6 night literacy workshop in response to requests for a night literacy workshop a mini. Colon Mclean announced today that if enough people Register one will he held february 23, 24, and 25 from 7 00 to 10 . At St. Peters episcopal Church. Every person Man or woman interested in teaching someone to read is urged to attend the Laubach literacy workshop Contact mrs Mclean at wh6-4971. The daytime workshop now being offered is set for february 24 and 25 from 9 30 to 2 30 of clock at St. Peter s Church. Volunteer tutors Are needed. Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield told the Senate after the 82-0 vote wednesday that it now has passed 14 of the 20 anti crime measures asked by presi Dent Nixon last Friday the Senate sent the House an omnibus organized crime control measure senators battled four Days Over amendments to the drug control legislation before push ing it along to the House. Bill a drafters fought of efforts to wipe out the most controversial part of the nil. Which gives authority for courts to Issue no Knock search warrants to Federal narcotics agents in certain circumstances. Just before passing the1 Bill the Senate also rejected an attempt to trim the maximum penalties for Possession of marijuana even further than the original measure proposed sen Harold e. Hughes a Lowa submitted the amendment. Which would have made the maximum penalty six months in jail for simple Possession of marijuana instead of one year As provided in the Bill. This was rejected 58 to 24. Present Law m, Possession of marijuana a felony and provides a 2-to-l0 year sentence for and the Driver. Lee Godley. Jr., 17. Van Norden Street Tyl unaware of Julie s presence proceeded Forward the left rear wheel of the bus passed Over the girls body she. Was rushed immediately to the Beaufort county Hospital in serious condition school officials reported this morning that the girl underwent surgery during the1 night for internal injuries and her condition was believed to be satisfactory Julie a Pelvis and Collar Bone were broken in addition to the internal injuries. No charges have been pressed in the Accident pending further investigation by the Highway patrol mrs. Zeno Ratcliff Dies wednesday mrs. Zeno Ratcliff sr., age 77, Well known and highly regarded resident of the Terra Ceia Community it. 1. Pantego died in Duke Hospital in Durham wednesday afternoon at 2 20 o clock following an illness of four weeks. Mrs. Ratcliff was born Mary Elizabeth Spruill at Creswell in by Richard Daw associated press writer Raleigh it a i North car Olina officials Are expecting a barrage of objections to a pro posed grouping of the state s 100 Muni Les into is planning re Gions formation of the regions is aimed at streamlining outside Aid to a growing number of regional programs involving health services Law enforce men and Mam other matters the stale planning division mailed maps to 1.200 local authorities wednesday showing the grouping and told them to file protests by feb 18 first offence but allows for sus Washington county daughter of pension or probation Hughes argued so Little is known about marijuana that even the reduced penalties in the original Bill Are not justified. But sen. Thomas j. Dodd floor manager of the measure did no to agree i. Mollie Sadler Dies last night Ponzer a mrs. Mollie Midgette Sadler died this mor Ning at 2 30 of clock at her Home Here. She was 96 years old. Funeral services will be held sunday afternoon at 2 . From the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home in Belhaven by the Rev. James Boswell Robert Wilkinson and Myron Elliott. Burial will be in the St. George episcopal Church cemetery at Lake Landing. Pallbearers will be Jennis Otlis Earl and . Sadler and Malcolm Hugh and Larry Gibbs mrs. Sadler was the widow of the late Frank Sadler of Lake Landing who died in 1941. She was a member of the Middletown Christian Church and was a lifelong resident of Hyde county. Surviving Are four daughters mrs. Venia Hodges and mrs. Maggie Dodd both of Belhaven mrs. Ella Gibbs of Engelhard and mrs. Meta Rose of Virginia Beach. A. Five sons. Emmett and Eugene Sadler of Engelhard Herbert and Frank Sadler of Swan Quarter and Herman Sadler of Virginia. Beach a. 29 grandchildren 64 great grandchildren and 39 great great grandchildren. The late Johnston and Cornelia Rowe Spruill feb. 5, 1892 she received her Early education in the Public schools at Creswell and Norfolk. A. And attended the woman a College at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro she was married. To Zeno Ratcliff or of this county in 1919. He preceded her in death july 24, 1168 mrs. Ratcliff was a member of the Hebron United methodist Church and the woman s society of Christian service of the Church. In 1919 she was Active with her husband in organizing Zeno Ratcliff inc. And was serving As vice president at the time of her death. She was a member of the Terra Ceia Home demonstration club. Surviving Are one son Zeno o. Ratcliff or. One daughter Frances Ratcliff two grandchildren. Zeno Ratcliff Iii and Cynthia to Ratcliff All of it 1, Pantego two Sisters. Mrs Quot to Tula Young of Norfolk. A and mrs. Vida Davenport of Creswell. Funeral services will be held at the Hebron United methodist Church in Pantego Friday afternoon at 3 of clock conducted by the Rev. James Ellis pastor. Burial will follow in Pamlico memorial gardens in Washington the body will be moved from the Paul funeral Home to the Church one hour prior to the service. The following will serve As pallbearers _ James Blake Kenneth Snow. Van respess. Oden Ratcliff. Curtis Clark Clarence b. Carawan Jim Vreugdenhil and Berl respess. Gop leaders expect fast of anti Carswell forces seeking time to build Case by John Chadwick associated press writer Washington a judge g. Harrold Carswell and a major supporting witness have completed impressive appear Anees before the Senate Judi diary committee leaving oppo neats an Uphill Battle against his supreme court nomination. With about a dozen witnesses still to be heard by the committee major opponents of Carswell a nomination to the High court sought to delay their appearance and gain time to build their Case. Republican leaders indicated wednesday they expect a fast and overwhelming confirmation of president Nixon s Choice for the High court despite the request by opponents for More time. A i believe there is a general awareness Here now that he is going to be confirmed and by a big sen. Roman l. Hruska of Nebraska senior Republican. On the judiciary committee told a reporter. Hruska made no Issue of a move wednesday that forced a delay in the testimony of a number of witnesses. Civil rights spokesmen opposing Carswell a nomination had objected to testifying before next week. In contrast with the gop optimism Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield told a reporter it was a lawfully Early a to assess what the Senate will do however he said Carswell dismissed As a witness wednes Day after a Day and a half of questioning a seems to have made a Good he also said Carswell had a a Good advocate in Farmer Florida gov. Leroy Collins. Collins testified that Carswell a judge on the 5th u. S. Court of appeals who lives in Tallahassee is a Man of a unquestioned integrity and an extraordinarily keen mind who would be a Fine supreme Couitt Justice. A Federal civil rights official during the Johnson administration Collins also told the committee a judge Carswell is no racist. He is no White supremacist. He is no segregationist. I am convinced of Carswell himself swore to this in testimony when he said White supremacy he made in a political speech 22 years ago Are now abhorrent to him. Most of wednesdays hearing was taken up with Republican members of the committee including gop Leader Hugh Scot. To com i i men t i no c a is we i on his testimony and assuring him of their support the Only flare up occurred Quot i beef n Almo no opposition to in concept of creating the regions twit a lot of counties Probas i \ won t he Happy with the group they be been placed a division spokesman said seme of the strongest Obj dec to xxv Aptt Fittim As things now stand a county May Lind itself link d with Tine group of counties in one fix teral or state program and another group in another program Bertte a Junta. For example if a Tim a re expected from a re linked with counties nor his to if Gion grouping the triad cities of Winston Salem Greensboro and High Point in a sprawling col Lection of it counties the larg eat in the plan state planning officer Ronald f. Scott m a letter accompanying the maps told local officials in system of Multi county re Gions should eliminate a serious problems of conflict and need in the a Roanoke development program and with counties South of it in the Mideast economic development project Scott said existing Mill Lecoun to arrangements will be changed Grade Waii to conform to in new grouping he said the Federal government in its Aid programs has promised to a see regions Page 4 a Tripp tells demo women several county roads scheduled for paving n. J a Roi Selby Jerol Seiby will compete for honors Bishop w. R Cannon methodist Bishop to speak Here the first United Alf Thorist Church Here will be Trost to Eastern North v Carolina methodist churches from Kinston farm Ville w i 11 a m s to n. Engelhard and the area included in this Circle. Bishop William r Cannon who is Bishop of the Raleigh area roughly from Burlington to the coast it will be the principal speaker for the occasion a business session will allow the presentation of a Book of reports about the work of methodists in the area the Rev w r Stevens Wall preside As resident District superintendent and Rev. K. A Wilson is Host pastor Dale Mcwilliams charge Lay Leader will Welcome the conference to Washington. The Public is invited to attend. I r Tayloe to speak or. Johnc. Tayloe of new Bern will speak tonight at a supper meeting of Young College people of St Peters episcopal Church the supper meeting will Start at 6 30 of clock. Or Tayloe will also narrate slides taken in melanesia last summer where he assisted in surgical work there. Several segments of Rood in Beaufort county will be paved shortly and several other mad segments an being surveyed now with the prospects Good for being paved later this year this was the gust of the information brought to the democratic women of Beaufort county last night by Arthur Tripp a of Greenville state Highway commissioner. Or Tripp listed the Road paving or surveying projects by hich Are As by goes 1 k two Jade segment just off Highway 11.7 2 Spring Creek Road two and Imi. A 1 f m i Les. T a nth re a it i i Burbage Cross roads segment 3. Seed tick neck Road 6. Two and one half Miles just off Highway 264 near Bath 7. Core Point Road. 8. Keys Road near Washington. 9 Market Street Extension for Survey 10, one mile near voice of America 11 15th Street Extension 16 tags Road from Aurora to Plant Survey 17. Survey of the proposed four Lane Road from Greenville to Washington Thimig in Survey. A or Tripp said a i know people Here Are interested in a Bridge across the Pamlico River Well have to up Worth great Effort All of us. For Inis Bridge a he then recalled that each governor in recent years during succeeding administrations had built a at least one he added a let us work for this one Bridge this i see Tripp Page 6> Charlotte Whites will resist school busing when Sens Birch Bayh a ind. And Edward m. Kennedy a mass. Kept asking Carswell Why he contributed $100 to a Tallahassee Golf club organized in 1956 to take Over a municipal course threatened with de Segre Gatior a the pm i put in was for no racial purpose said Carswell who previously had testified he had heard nothing about any discriminatory practices when he was asked by a Friend to help in the financing Scott after listening to Bayhl a and Kennedy a questioning. Said a i am Well aware that the press deadline is almost Bay h Ibris lied at the suggestion he was fishing for headlines and Kennedy insisted they were pursuing a a legitimate line of inquiry a Scott apologized Charlotte a More than 1,200 White parents met ight to begin a Campaign of resistance to a school desegregation plan which is expected to Call for some busing most in the group said they would resist involuntary busing in the Charlotte Mecklenburg school system. An organization called concerned parents association solicited contributions to mount a Legal attack on the dese Grega turn plan which will be presented to u s District judge Janies b Mcmillan monday. The plan is Runng drawn up by a Rhode Island consultant. Or John Fin a spokesman for the con-141 nod parents group Thomas l. Leroy Linton Dies this morning l. Leroy Linton age 60, resident of the River Road Arpa it. 2, Washington died in the Beaufort county Hospital this morning at 8 o clock following a critical illness of six weeks. Or Linton was born at Sidney Crossroads nov. 2. 1909, son of late Charlie r and Al or Linton. He was a member of the first Baptist Church. Charitable brotherhood Lodge no. I and had been employed by the state1 Highway department for1 25 years he and his wife also operated the Park View grocery on River Road he was married to the former a it peed of this county feb. 21, 1931 surviving in addition to his wife Are two sons Roy Lee Linton a of Fairfax va., Ray Linton of the Home three grandchildren five Sisters. Mrs. Tom Bateman. Mrs Carl Willis and mrs William a Neal All of it. 2, Washington and mrs. Lloyd Roundtree and mrs Helen Smith both of Norfolk. A funeral plans Are incomplete my will be announced by the Paul funeral Home Here b. Harris said i did t know w hat or Finger will propose but he believed he w ill Call Tor bus ing and pairing of school in leaders of the group urged that those attending the meet ing to wire president Nixon of their objections to court ordered desegregation they also urged that the school Board Appeal any plan that Calls Tor busing or voids Freedom of Choice attend a Nee. Last Spring the organization gathered More than 3.000 Signa Tures on a petition which opposed involuntary busing and wednesday or Don it Berson said 30.000 names Are now Avail Able a a of a Rev it is expected that the Federal Lotf Lyl will order or Finger s plan implemented before the see schools. Page 6� the Washington Jaycees last night selected n Jerol Selby i i math As their candidate from Beaufort county Tor state Vule recognition As the Jaycie outstanding Young Farmer of the year Selby w ill travel to Goldsboro this weekend with a local delegation to Etc Pete Lor the Honor with Candy hiatus Ili Pugh to North Carolina Quot t Selby. W to Leittl Vates 750 acres of land Lour Miles most of hath on Highway 92. Has b4cn tanning 14 years he began As a student Farmer on his fathers farm in 1955 after graduation from High school he bought out his father and Tiegan in Earnest the Job of taming Crup rom the land at 30. Selby is in touch with modern t a mime practices. He was the instant his Community to apply in Ethel Bromide and canvass in Singer opera lion in the preparation of tobacco Beds this practice resulted in less labor costs and More efficiency. He has Modded two tobacco harvesters and one top it or and followed supervised farming programs in. Which he was at w diner of a statewide supervised contest in 1961 he also won the National Farmers degree awarded by flip future Farmers it it i Meriea in Kansas City in t96t like All. Farmer Selby has Tiee ii. Hurl by under capitalization Ami crop failures he overcame these handicaps and is my operating successfully at my percent Efti Only his goals Are to Quot help fellow banners develop better farming practices and improve their Standard of living i be said a that i can Tulloh my a am tinn and goals in life through farming a he is actively involved in keeping Young people in agriculture Community work is Fanon Large Pari of Selby s Hie he has been a member of. And served As an officer in Many organizations including tin puritans no farm Bureau Woodstock e finer s Church of Christ Iii Stethe Fra Selby is married and Ivas two children Iii work has resulted m improved a r m a Cui Cienci y v lie Autv and inability. Both sides mapping out next moves a thin Wei Klir v no i1���� w ill la Washington Lang the House a Elsaf to overrule press Deni Nixon s veto of the $19 7 in mum education Money Bill has Given the administration a sur prism la fan Victory but the. To Xxiii Iai tar Tram or Itterl a even As a Happy in res Lent in Viletel the 191 congressmen who voted in support of turn to the White Iti disc Tor a thank you re be Pinion wednesday night my ministry lion and congressional lenders were mapping their next step the immediate problem m reaching a Compromise Between what in Ihu a i want and what the item Hirlu at in resident will ept to is Tor fhe depart. It la in it a and health cd cation and welfare in the cur Terrt 11 sea i year w Boh has onh live months to run a continuing restitution permitting the de Par invents programs to Cistin be at their la in i Lundeg Levels expires saturday difference Between the i re it Lent Ami democratic Congro Monal Leader a on a key Issue it it Impact Aid to federally affected schools May Dei pen even More Friday when Nixon presents his hew budget for the fiscal year starting july 1 he in expected a Jept in at to to i his part it Nis it ils for dras tic cutbacks in times for the 2o Quot year old program. To help set mods in federally imparted areas but the real test of the Pivot Dent my veto and the decision Yit 156 of the Ink House item nah can to uphold it May no come or a Lect Quot bit Frise ment was Quarter Juste veto Bate .6 mis. Kathleen Lewis succumbs mrs Kathleen Whitley Lewis. Agt5l Well know n resident of the it -2 Aurora area of Beaufort county ded in Beaufort county Hospital thursday morning at 12 05 follow my a critical illness of five months mrs lanais a born in the Aurora Community August i hm8. Daughter of Cora Bryan Whitley and the Quot late til Iam j w i lev she at tended i he Aurora schools and w As a member of the Campbell Creek United methodist Church and Aurora chaps a no 212 order of Eastern Star stir was married Ltd Norwood a Lewis of Aurora May 14, t94te who survive along with her Mother mrs Whitley of Greensboro a daughter Susan Litchfield of Atlanta. A. Sister. Mrs Robert Pennington of Burlington a funeral services will be held m the Chapel of Pauff omeral Home Friday morning at t. O clock conduct Ixl by the Rev John w Yount burial will in in Oakdale cemetery a serving As pallbearers will be Quot Malcolm Rowe. Keith Brantley George peed. Bill Parker Charlie a to toy and Jesse Robinson Little known drug Bonu developing much Promise in fight with cancer by Frank Carey a science writer Washington Capi Barrier a this raises Hopes to attacking cancer cells that Ong the a mate int or Are hitherto Tal drug called Renu is proving to be a one of the most promis Angl of the new anticancer weapons developed by a government testing program the National cancer Institute said today. The Sci indicated it is one of the first drugs Tor example to show any Progress against so called. A solid Quot cancers such As those of the lung and gastrointestinal tract As Well As some much less prevalent no solid malignancies like Hodg Kins disease it also differs from most other previously used in cancer control in that it possesses remarkable Powers for crossing the body a mysterious a blood brain the carried to report further Iurii brain rated however. Bonu is rated As u temporary control treatment. Not a cure and in not available for general use to it doctor the cancer Institute told about by no in a state mint Bac grounding a National conference opening today de signed to bring m the attention of practising physicians the latest research findings on Bonu and an older anticancer drug called Fluor uracil or 5 Fly a for Short. The meeting 4s the first of a a series of National conferences to be sponsored by Sci to summarize and interpret current information on various drugs new and old. Being employed against various forms of cancer the Sci report said �?o5-fl. A which is available to physics an generally Tete he in known since the mid 50 s to he temporarily useful in son a Tases of gastrointestinal and breast cancer but the Institute added that important new find mrs aleut it have lately been achieved by or George Higgins of the l s veterans administration Hospital. Washington. Do m employing the drug As a follow up to surgery for cancer of the Large intestine longer symptom free periods were achieved when 5-Fu was Given to certain patients after surgery As compared with results achieved by surgical treatment alone said the Sci account
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