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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - January 30, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather pair tonight with tows hims saturday mostly fair and rather com with highs upper 40s and Low 50s probability of pro hit atom near Sero tonight Washington daily news if you do not got your paper. Dial 942145 Between a a and 7 00 of Stork and one will be delivered to pm tick a Barf wire Wash Noton be fwd a a Chr a to Woad a i48noon Jan Mary do Post reports Nixon budget $200 billion pedestrian killed in Accident general electric 2 unions reach Accord associated press writer new York api the general electric co and two unions leading a 95-Day strike have reached tentative agreement on a. New contract a presidential mediator predicted to a other unions joining the strike would accept similar terms. Rut it will to a week to 10 Days before All 133,000 strikers return to work Federal Media j. Curtis counts said wednesday Light a As he announced the settlement negotiators for be the nation s fourth largest Industrial corporation and the Al Cio International Union of electrical workers and the Independent United electrical workers declined to discuss terms of the settlement until a memorandum of agreement was signed today. The pact must to ratified by Union members sources close to the Neotia Trapf to on said the agreement provided a pay increase of More than to cents an hour Over 40 months. The unions had sought a 90 cent an hour increase Over to months it was Learned that the Pacl a also Uch Wiki a Casl of living clause. A a it is my expectation that what comes out of these negotiations will to a pattern Quot for settlements with the other 10 unions. Counts told a news conference asked if to thought president Nixon would View the settlement As inflationary counts said it was his guess that Nixon would not to unhappy whether it is inflationary will to left Quot to the economists to figure to said. The strike began oct. 26 and crippled production at 135 be plants in 133 cities around the nation workers lost More than a see strike Page id Washington a the Washington Post reported today president Nixon will Send to Congress a proposed fiscal 1971 Federal budget totalling $200 8 billion the Post said the Budge re commendations include a $5 8 billion Cut in defense spending from the current 129,4 Billie. Edward Chadwick jams age m. A resident of it 1, Aurora was killed thursday at a proximately 4 45 p m after stepping in front of an oncoming automobile a William d Mills. 17, of Aurora was travelling South on viral rond 1912 four Miles East of Aurora when or Jarvis walked into the path of the vehicle according to the Highway patrol no charges were pressed in the Accident Laird sounding dubious about All Volunteer army defense chief ecu s Jenkins wants to offer 2-year May seeing Community College graduate program things As lbs # in i ill ii s my i my u. S. Admits planes have fired in North u. S. Testing new bizarre bomb concepts by Frank Carey associated press writer Washington it a it the United states disclosed today its nuclear weapons experts have lately been testing a a new weapons concepts Quot conceivably dealing with such bizarre weapons As the laser bomb the Neutron bomb and the a pure fusion Hydrogen bomb. Rut the government also revealed there would to some delay in completing expanded facilities for producing some of its most modern present weapons a including warheads for the a a safeguard anti ballistic missile system. The atomic Energy commission told about both projects in its annual report to Congress covering the previous 12 months. The commission gave no details about the new weapons concepts but dec weapons officials have previously disclosed to the associated press that the United states is trying to develop a pure fusion weapons a that is Hydrogen bombs and missile warheads that would not require an a bomb fission trigger and would therefore to few of radioactive fallout. A the dec is also still trying the develop the fearsome a a Neutron which has teen de scribed As a kind of death Ray weapon. A commission scientists maintain a new kind of Hydrogen bomb a a laser bomb a is a theoretical possibility but a highly Remote one a laser bomb would to an a bomb in which the intense heat see bombs Page 10 by George e8per associated press writer Saigon apr the . Command said today that american planes have attacked antiaircraft weapons in North Vietnam that fired on them a number of times since the american bombing halt 15 months ago but n safa the attacks were not made Public to cause they were not considered significant. The disclosure was made after word leaked out thursday that . Planes had attacked a Sam missile launcher wednesday some 12 Miles inside North Vietnam alter it fired missiles at an american reconnaissance plane and its. Fighter bomber escort enemy antiaircraft guns a not missiles brought Down one of the escorting f105 fighter bombers and a North vietnamese Mig shot Down a . Rescue helicopter that was searching for the two Al 05 crewmen. A spokesman for the . Command said North vietnamese ground positions have fired on american recon Ais Sanee planes and their escorts and the escorts a have fired Back on occasion and sometimes they Don t. This is Basic the spokesman said the United states has not initiated any bombing attacks Over North Vietnam since president Lyndon r. Johnson ordered such attacks halted on nov. 1, 1968,but he said a bomb was a inadvertently released several months the implication was that american fighter bombers replying to North vietnamese ground fire to do so with their Cannon and rockets not with their bombs. But the spokesman said to did not know what was used in the attacks to was not told about. The last time the . Command reported an american see Page 16 and major trimmings in expend mures for space agriculture and veterans benefits according to the newspaper the budget will have a $1.3 billion surplus the president con Sillery or emmy to sure the a crib it omy Hack on a steady base the current fiscal year expenditures are1 estimated at $197 billion the Post said the president s economic message scheduled for monday delivery to con Gress. Will also hint at some re taxation in the administration s tight Money policy imposed to fight inflation. Nixon will cite Quot economic credibility As the goal of his budget the Post article said and will endorse Quot a moderate degree of monetary restraint a the Post quoted Nixon a economic message As saying. A personal Freedom will be increased when there is More Economy in government and less govern ment in the the economic message will cite the need for establishing spending priorities the peat said in explaining Why some Federal programs cannot be Given All the Money they need plus the necessity of meeting previously committed spending increases such As social Security payments. Bonner Thompson passes thursday Aurora a. Bonner Thompson age 94 Well known and highly regarded resident of Aurora died in the Beaufort county Hospital thursday afternoon at 3 of clock following a critical illness of one week he had been in failing health for the past year. Or. Thompson was born at Aurora feb. 9, 1875, son of the late Benjamin my a and 5ahie Bonner Thompson. He was engaged in Fari Bing he was a member of the Aurora United. Methodist Church and. Was married to the former Mattie Roberts of Aurora in 18%. She preceded him in death sept 30, 1%7. Surviving Are one son . Buster Thompson one daughter mrs Sallie Spence both of Aurora nine grandchildren 12 great grandchildren one brother. Robert h Thompson of this City funeral service will be held at the Aurora United methodist Church saturday morning at 11 of clock conducted by the Rev. John w. Yount pastor burial will follow in the Aurora cemetery his grandsons will serve As pallbearers the body Wilt be moved from the Paul funeral Home in Washington to the Church one hour prior to the service Jaycee meet set Hickory . It apr the state executive committee of the North Carolina Jaycees will meet in Hickory feb 7 and the Hickory Jaycees will present awards to the state s five outstanding Young men at a banquet that night or Jarvis was born Jan 28. 1886 in Hyde county son of the late William Lewis and 1 a Avena Whitley Jarvis he was a refine d Farmer and was a member of the Edward Christian Church surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Tedious Norfleet Jarvis three sons. James l. Jarvis of new Bern. Edward c. Jarvis or of new Bern and Murl r Jarvis of Elizabeth City one daughter i tons d. Toler of Edenton one brother William Jarvis of Plymouth one sister mrs will Equils of Scranton. 21 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren funeral services will to held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home at 2 p m sunday with the Rev de Walker and the Rev. Ray car mad officiating burial will follow in the Linton cemetery at Sidney Crossroads. Pallbearers will to de Springer Joe Deal William Snell David Mayo Jesse Mayo and r ii. Paul Linton funeral slated saturday funeral services for Leroy Linton age 60 will to held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home Tore saturday afternoon at 2 of clock conducted by the Rev. Luther j Matthews pastor of the first Baptist Church and Lemuel Hardison pastor of the ranters Creek Church of Christ. Burial will follow in Pamlico memorial gardens tie a 7,110 will ? a u pallbearers . Denby. Whitley . Jackson. Vernon Everett Charles Williamson and Jesse Mayo. Or Linton a resident of River Road. It. 2. Washington die Diu the Beaufort county Hospital thursday morning following an illness of six weeks surviving Are his wife two sons three grandchildren and five Sisters Bishop to speak at 2 30 sunday Bishop . Cannon of Raleigh will speak at the District methodist conference at the first United methodist Church Here sunday afternoon at 2 30 of clock. Church officials from a wide area of Eastern North Carolina will attend a business session will allow the presentation of a Book of reports about the work of methodists in the area. The Rev. . Stevens will preside As resident District superintendent and Rev k. J. Wilson is Host pastor Dale Mcwilliams charge Lay Leader will Welcome the conference to Washington. The Public is invited to attend. Law. Order. Grants in a minor no Max associated press writer Greenville. N c a it East Carolina University presi Dent leu Jenkins says to would like to offer two year Community colleges and technical in Illi Uin t package heat to cent their graduates into of ecu Raleigh apr the committee on Law and order today unanimously approved allocation of $4 5 million in Federal funds to 140 projects aimed at upgrading the criminal Justice system in North Carolina. Eight state agencies received a total of $1,119.040 for 33 projects a package their graduates As full juniors. But ecu Quot a director at admissions or John h Horne says Quot we re a Long Way from that Jenkins told presidents of 52 of North Carolina s technical in Stitles and Community colleges thursday a it is Long overdue for educational institutions to re move superficial harriers for their graduates a we would like to work out a cooperative program with you whereby students May Transfer Back and Forth More rarity he a Sid Howard Boudreau president City electric water Bills to go higher resident is of the Washington area May be surprised at first when they receive their electric and water Bills from the electric and water departments of the i Washington this week the Bills will to somewhat larger than those they have been receiving in the past several months the reason for the increased Bills w it they cover a much longer period than those usually received. Due to the holidays meter readings were carried out earlier in the late Days of december and later during the last Days of january extending the Billing As much As one week in Many cases they say. A this Means that the Bills could lie As much As 25 percent higher than is usually the Cas Ewhen the Bill covers a regular 30 i Day a spokesman said. Officials of the two departments said the matter will to smoothed out in next months Billing. Adding to the size of the Bills to lie received this week will to the weather experienced in this area during the past several weeks. Cold weather records have been set in the area during the period which automatically Calls on the resident to use More electricity during those periods upholds conviction Raleigh apis the North Carolina supreme court today upheld the conviction of a Cleveland county youth who was sentenced to die for murder. The tribunal returned the decision in the Case of Robert Louis Roseboro convicted last a pal in Shelby of killing Mary Helen Kendrick Williams the woman was stabbed several times in a Towel outlet shop she operated in Shelby. Roseboro had been sentenced to die Jan. 10, but his execution was automatically stayed per id ing his Appeal to the supreme court. To Fayetteville Teeth enl Tim or Marie i i it tute. Said. A we want a Blanket agreement to be Able to Tell parents that if John or Mary gets an associate pc few in applied science to or she will to Able to Transfer into the twice taufmtf1 the agreement would to a Ite Par Ture from the practice now. Followed by eds and most of the state s other four year Ensti tut ions these universities now con Sider a student adm Sable if to has a c average Overall but they will Transfer credits Only for those courses in which the student made a c or Atour and for which the University has an equivalent course the agreement sought by the two year state operated Matitu a tons would a Bow a person Transfer the full two years of credit even a course in which to Fred whiff my a i Lilart write a we Hope we can get to the Day when we will accept the whole package and not go Back and drop a Redd for the trans student s d courses a Jen Kins told the College officials f it Urh a plan1 rt1 now to tog worked on Quot a we need to work Mil an arrangement so that you can publish this fart m nor Cata logs Quot he said a Why Shi Hildn t this happen when we re All being paid by the same taxpayers a a Allt Florae said such an agree ment it wild involve Many tick fish problems with accredit Bon and would have to to approved he the faculty Senate and the ecu trustees before it could to implemented. A there is a procedure to go not going to come overnight a a Horne said successful but soviet space program Quot lacklustre Quot in 1969 it \ fun ii Vig we or Lvi Attoh u i in i Washington a a expert on soviet space activities says the russians had their busiest with 70 successful launching in 1969. But their record was lacklustre in comparison with spectacular american achievements a it was for the soviets a Lack Luster year a year of repetitive failures a according to or Charles Sheldon 111. A it is Safe to say that russian expectations for the year have not Toen Ful tilled a Sheldon formerly a member of the White House space coun cil. Noted Here were Only 4< . Space shots but these included the Apollo lunar landings and the Mariner pictures of Mars Sheldon now chief of the Sci ence policy research division of the Library of Congress Legisla live research service said the most hotel Ortity soviet launch is of the past year were Takt soyuz 4 a lid 5 missions which included the first space Craft Crew Transfer first Dock my of two manned spacecraft to orbit and first soviet manned flight in the dead of Winter the soyuz 6. 7 and k mis Sions putting three spacecraft with seven pilots in orbit at once but apparently they were unable to Complete a goal of Docking and putting together an Orbital space station venera 5 and 6 penetrations of the atmosphere of Venus the spacecraft structures collapsed however and apparently they did not get to the surface of the plane t Lima 15, an unmanned flight which was to have scooped up lunar material and returned it to Earth. Instead it crashed on the Moon the lunar photography nits Quot Slon it the unmanned 7 m August a very successful flight hut a repeat of things done earlier. Ih4 time toilet a Lone a the Don said it appeared the soviets thought they still had a Good Chance to beat the United stall s to the Moon Early last Spring but there were indications they ran into engineering difficulties or a launch attempt had failed the inv its never verified widely published reports a giant new Rucket had exploded on a launch pad last summer thus crippling russian lunar exploration plans Sheldon said that in 13 years of the space age through 1969 Nurul were 875 successful launches �?~8 a Pace crap a 48a american 384 soviet. 4 a French 1 italian Lian Hackon office _. Raleigh Tat gov Bob Scott was Hack in his Oil ice to Day after a four Day Hunting trip at a game preserve near Charleston a c the governor was accompanied on the trip by sen John Burney. D new Hanover. Sen Gordon Allenl it person. Rep Gus Speros. I Robeson and Carroll ii Gilliam of Windsor a North Carolina Highway com missioner up Prtrt til Helense Melvin h lain sounding Dpi Bott about Prospect an Alt Volunteer Militan Torce apparently has come around to former a twi Ilene Tohm twi s think As _ Rel hurling Maarta a year Long search for ways to end Reliance on the draft Laird said Thun Wilny �?�1 Persona i to believe that you five to get Down to a level Lor an All Volunteer service near to t million Mam Mark this recalled a Johnson a March a a t�7 message to con Gress reporting that has i Sebis so that ohm Teers alone could he ept ctr a to Man a torn of Little More than two million an Armrel Force of that site would he the into just in Tore to korean when there were Only i 46 million americans to uniform to get Down that far. The Pentagon would have to from nearly 1 1 million men from current lev Els. The. Piwin a a Imp is re in my a. To to reducing the Iner Alt said of the armed forces As the Viet Quot turn unwinds a but Laird never spoke tot Ore in terms of a Post Vietnam Force much is Loa to million men the Nixon administration has pledged to move toward an All Volunteer Force but it May to timing it unfeasible to enough volunteers to reach a 2 5, million Man level after Vietnam will kit the prod of the draft fitly there sin mip my to attract a High men a a tip Long term military careers after Hue Omot studies of a Johnson a mini Slation which also want a to shuck the draft concluded it could t be done store is increasing evident a Semond a lense Uffe Ial have i hits did misgivings at Sui an Alvoh Tyrer Force even a i special president i Zorh Mission prepared to make recommend tiny dest Tusl to or me Chrtt at kit assistant Secretary of de tens Robert a froth Lee re Ltd a no voiced his reservations in a Sjo he b tot Ore that a Scot Vetn fir Ess a Ion Froelke conceded the ton i Cpl has great emotional Appeal. But said Quot we May. All to she Hka it at the Price tag has a of univ. To an army a get mar Cezial and i austra said i debit Al version / made up entirely is. And Froelke questioned whether a Volunteer Toree would to1 Adis quite Lor Tani scale emergencies a tw4 also1 May 4m bothering he said thursday in have an All Volunteer Force it is Small As 2 million men. A it ingress Wiki in have to approve a con Sid crash am hint of Tnie by in order to maintain a Large up to Date modern Well Resit a Ami National guard. Judiciary testimony committee recesses after damaging7 to Carswell Bath puritans get two honors at National meet baft Ruitian club came away from the National re Ritan convention in new Orleans with two High honors. The baft club won the Blue ribbon award for excellence. This award is based on the following percent or totter attendance 2. Increase of 10 percent or better in membership 3. Participation in All 12 Rural needs committees. The Pinetown club also won this award and the two Beaufort county chips Are among 14 clubs in the nation to be so honoured the Bath Chib is also one of 10 chips in America to win the coveted perfect attendance plaque the Bath club throughout the year had perfect attendance. The Puritan year runs from july 1 through the following june 30. Baft is the Only . Club to win this award. John Bishop president of the baft Puritan club carried the North Carolina Flag for this state during the Flag presentation ceremonies. Those attending from Bath included John Bishop Harry Adams Grover Boyd and Julius Davenport. There Are today i.2i4 Puritan see puritans Page 10 Davin Post Bishop Adams Boyd by John Chadwick ass Oriard pre a writer Washington a 7 the Senate judiciary committee has recessed hearings after testimony one member called a Damn ing and a extremely damaging Quot to judge g Harrold Carswell a supreme court Nomina Tion chairman James it Eastland. D-miss., indicated he expects the hearings to wind up with one More Day of testimony Proba Bly monday or tuesday. The hearings recessed after a Long thursday session that included testimony from three Law professors opposing Carswell sen. Birch Bayh. A ind. Said the testimony of Rutgers University Law professor John Lowenthal about Carswell s handling of a Case involving voter registration workers in Florida should to answered although Bayh said he sup posed it would to pointless to recall Carswell now a a judge on the 5th court of App als. The senator told newsmen Quot a this kind to testimony unless rebutted is extremely Damag my Carswell told the committee earlier this week he could not discuss court decisions Lowenthal testified that in 4964 Carswell to tour a Ursa Doe trial court judge in Tallahassee Fla Lead Lieen Quot extremely Hus life to a Hareas Corpus petition to Likel seven persons jailed on criminal trespass charges after they urged negroes to Register As voters although Carswell granted the petition. Lowenthal said that a a All the Little ways in which a Federal judge can make life difficult seem to me were used in that the professor Volunteer lawyer the registration workers testified to had to take the or Der for their release to the Gadsden county sheriff because Carswell refused to permit his court marshal to serve it a a Lowenthal also said Carswell instead of hearing the Case in Federal court order d it sent Back to Gadsden county far trial he said Carswell refused to a Grant a stay of his order pending an Appeal it i was re Verst a to this by Hie Edh court to appeals also testifying in pop Okimow were Duke University Lav a Hooi professor w ill a tin Vanalystyne and an assistant professor to politics and Public affairs at Princeton University Gary Orfiel but Yale Law school professor James w Moore urged Cunfer Quot Malion he called Carswell a Fine Jurist and a Man to scholarly attainments who had been instrumental in establishing a Law school at the University of Flor Ida free to racial discrimination a
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