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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - January 31, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWe Ather fair and cold 0v�ht kit in Low Joa partly Cloudy Mol As Cool sunday with High Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial m�-1145 Between a 10 and 7 00 o Elora and on Stu to delivered in Fin established 1909 eight pages Washington North Carolina saturday afternoon january 31. 1970 daily except sunday Carolina will president in retaliation will ask for missile abide by Law by Richard Daw Aunalla Ted press writer Raleigh it a it a pm Bob Scott says Federal courts expect North Carolina to Quot move with dispatch Quot a toward immediate school desegregation and that s what the state should do Quot i am. Of the opinion that Legal redress is a bait exhausted and we might As Well gel on ing increase in the number of private schools in North Carolina As a threat to the Public school system Quot i Don t quarrel with the right it ii parents to Send Ihetu children to private schools Quot Scott said but. He added the state has a responsibility to maintain a Quality Public school system and we will do so Quot by Gregg Herrington its Oriard press writer Washington api the Railroad Industry began closing Down its s2h Milhon a Day a tir wide system today in retail atom to a strike by four shop Craft unions against a single line the Union Pacific Quot we deplore such action we Are Only using it As a last resort to hold this Industry together and protect the Public against onerous wage settlements they eventually have to Bear the Cost defense system against chinese after settling Down Nixon says Economy should be ready to accelerate Quot a bit Quot by mid-1970 with Scott said at a news conference Friday he said further resistance to immediate desegregation including mandatory busing is futile Quot the courts have made it. Clear that they expect us to move and move with he said Scott said he disagreed with court orders on busing and with forced Pupil transfers during the school year. But. He said groups being formed in at least two North Carolina cities to oppose mandatory busing Quot Are within their rights Quot Quot if they feel there is the possibility of Legal redress it is proper for them to go to the courts Quot he said. Earlier in the Day. The governor had declared in a speech Quot there is room for dissent but in an orderly manner we will not be sucked into the mire of disruptive activities Quot there is no need for me to go about the state saying what we will do this state during my administration will be a state that will abide by the Era v at his news conference Scott said he did not see a continue in reply to other questions the governor said he does l think any North Carolina counties Are going to be consolidated soon consolidation Quot May be some a a Quot Here Down the Road Quot he said. But not a a in the immediate future Quot Scott defended a controversial decision of the North Carolina Highway commission to spend $1 5 million relocating a strip of Highway to entice a new Industry into the state he said the Plant of the do Point co. Quot simply was not going to come to this state unless it had Assurance Ghis Road would be Scott said the Plant would provide Quot a High paying Industry with skilled labor and a very Large payroll Quot he said he was asked about it As governor elect and a a thought if would be legitimate expense i still think the strip of Highway involves 4.38 Miles of n. C. 87 along the Cumberland Bladen county line Stum residents of the area opposing the proposed relocation because the new route would Divide their property. Grant will fund 140 anti crime projects by Yvonne Baskin associated press writer Raleigh api a total of 14� projects ranging from a regional jail and police riot gear to a Community relations program will be carried out under a $4.5 million Grant allocated Friday by North Carolina s Law and order committee. The projects Are aimed at improving the criminal justic system in the state with Money granted to the committee for distribution under the 1968 Federal rime and Safe streets acts Quot i am confident this allocation is going to have a tremendous Impact on North Carolina Quot gov. Bob Scott told a news conference. A i thing this is quite an the list includes 33 projects by eight state agencies which will receive a total of $1,119,-040. Twenty two local Law enforcement units will receive $3.--Majrio for 107 projects. Among the local projects is $173.236 to construct the first tri county jail in the state to serve Peru mans Pasqua tank and Camden counties Scott called the project Quot a Fine example of the Multi county cooperation we need in North the largest Grant to any re Gion went to the Mecklenburg. Iredell. Cabarrus and Union counties planning unit. A total of $350,4219 was allocated for 12 projects. Including crime lab equipment a family crisis unit police Legal advisers juvenile Community relations officers police training and equipment and Model Dan other types of programs Given funds include alcoholism treatment centers youth service centers Security lighting prisoner transport vehicles police records systems Junior police corps codification of City ordinances and police Public rela Lions included among the Grants to slate agencies were $1,06,220 Tosee Law order. Page 8 of Quot said the Industry chief National negotiator. John p Hiltz it was the first nationwide rail lockout in the Industry s history Hilt said at a news Confer once after the Midnight strike a against the Union Pacific that the nationwide lockout of some 58o.u00 workers would go into of feet by 10 est but some railroads were already begin eng to curtail operations $ Quot we Hope for a Quick Settle rent without drastic effects on the Public Quot said Hiltz who favors a new Federal Law require my compulsory arbitration of Railroad disputes Quot our action was timed to minimize effects on the Public a he said if asked by the Nixon admin stratum. Quot we will seek permanent Hiltz said. The Penn Central Railroad said All passenger train traffic in and out of Pittsburgh would lie halted after the 12 45 train leaves for new York. Other railroads announcing shutdowns tonight included Louisville amp Nashville Norfolk and. Western Frisco Chicago North Western. Kansas City Southern. Missouri Pacific Santa be. Rock Island and Burlington Hiltz said the nationwide shut Down was to prevent the four Al Cio unions representing some 45,000 Railroad shop workers from picking Oil one Railroad at a time in a Quot whip saw action. Quot the whip saw is to hit you from both sides until they get you Moody Quot Hiltz said Hiltz said shipments of perishable goods would be handled by supervisory Crews or delivered to destinations to prevent spoilage a a a requested by the defense department to handle special shipments we would have to give it serious consideration a he said. The Railroad has 31.000 pm by Edmond Labret ten press writer Washington it api presi Dent Nixon says the . Economy throttled Down to anti inflation Speed should be ready to a rtt lilt a Brt by a Nixon held nut this Prospect Friday in a sober economic re port forecasting relatively slow economic growth in the next few months with a Chance of a Rise in unemployment but he said continuing his pol a icy of firm restraints on. The budget and1 the Money Supply holds out the Best Hope of keeping that risk Low Quot just be lore release id the act it nomic report to Congress. Nixon told a White House news Confer a a Noe his new budget will he Quot a major blow in stopping the in stationary psychology Quot Quot it tical position in which the decisions made in the next month or two will determine whether we win his Nixon said in his economic report the i Quot resident said Quot a moderately quicker Pace later in the year v i id be consistent with continued Progress m reducing the a rate of inflation Quot such a Pace prot shh could he spurred by a relaxing of Money policies of i he Federal Reserve under its Nixon appointed chairman a thur f Quot Burns Nixon said in the economic the Ever pics Cal risk of greater in Empen to Neil while anti inflation policies pee dominate is a Good reason for Congress quickly to approve his proposals for improved Man Power training broader it teen ploy rent compensation and family assistance in addition to the danger of set Economy. Page 8 by John m. Hightower a special correspondent Washington a a Xvi int Nixon has decided to ask Congress for a major expansion of the this Aile defense system to provide a virtually infallible Protection against the Pomini Mility of at Tad if a or nuclear blackmail a by red China a Dei Ade i rum now Nam s at a Romero news Friday night refused to disc bar detail rekindled rumblings it it Cun m in involvement it Laos Kleindienst pretrial detention a necessity Freeport the Bahamas api a the Justice depart Mentton no. 2 official argued Fri Day that pretrial detention of dangerous suspects is a necessity if residents of the nations capital Are Quot to live without Deputy atty. Gen. Richard g. Kleindienst. Speaking before the midwinter meeting of the Amer mean trial lawyers association urged support for an administration proposal that would allow some suspects to be de _ tamed up to go Days Fhil awaiting trial. The Bill would affect cases to Fonn rtt Fnu rent court to the primary Impact would be in Washington. Do when the Federal government it a ant crime role is the greatest. Acknowledging difficult ques turns of Law Are raised by the proposal. Kleindienst added however that Quot balancing the interests of the individual and the Public is a dilemma inherent in a free society. A a today As we reconcile the tensions Between order and Liberty crime and fear weigh heavily in the balance for they threaten important liberties As Well As our lives. Quot we can no longer neglect the Security of our citizens. We died Early this morning at the must reassert their Liberty to Sec strike Page 8> mrs. Winifred Bragaw passes mrs. Winifred Bragaw age 88. Beaufort county Hospital. She was. The former Winifred. Adderton of Lexington and the widow of the late Richard Bragaw of this City. Surviving Are two daughters. Mrs Ralph Boggs of Hilton head s. C. And mrs. Marion Cowper of Kinston five grandchildren. Graveside rites will be held. Sunday afternoon in Lexington live without fear. A a pretrial detention is not the whole answer but it is part of the answer in this time of the pretrial detention Issue has stalled action on the president Nixon s program to combat crime in Washington the second Ani crime measure to come under attack on constitutional grounds visit helpful two ways 2 chilean teachers visiting county schools by Tom Spencer managing editor two chilean English teachers spending their summer vacation visiting Beaufort county schools under an Exchange program say they Are finding their visit a a wonderful experience Quot that should prove use ail when they return to their Homeland Early next month. County school officials Here Are Quick to add that having the visitors is proving helpful to Spanish teachers and. Students pointing up the two Way benefits of the visit. A Quot these Are resource people to the school system who speak Spanish and who give us an insight into the Edu Caron and culture of their country Quot said mrs. Ethel Matthews supervisor of a Beaufort county schools. Jack Wallace principal of Bath High school where one of the Young ladies is visiting said he agrees that the visit is Quot stimulating Quot for both teachers and students. Cecilia Walker Salgado who is visiting Bath High school is staying in. The Home of mrs. Mary Elizabeth Venters. She is a native see chileans Page 8 mrs. Wist my mar nolo miss Salon of or. Wazac mrs. Mat1mcws r staff photo by Utch fiem earlier this week. Sen Sam j. Erwin or. In a leading of in ment of pretrial detention lost a move to delete rom i he Nar Collea control Lull a provision Alii i in i no w a r rant t r Nied of f a i Cera to enter premises unannounced to search for drugs acknowledging the opposition of Ervin and others Kleindienst said the depart rent carefully considered the quest my raised by the North Carolina senator Lief Ore the legislation was Ever submitted to Congress last year. A the department of Justice a he said Quot is not in the habit of supporting legislation we be n he unwise Lionas arid pretrial detention no get Cotton Quot he said the measure includes a safeguard that would allow just the Matt dangerous defend ants i be held and Quot Only after a full m lie adversary hearing in which the court determines in written findings that no Condi tout re combination of Candi tons of release will reasonably assure the safety of the Community a \ a who claims the propos a i a a a Macks of a police state Quot Hoard his objections on the 8th Amend rent. Constitutional Gua a tees of due process and t he presume it Ion of innocence concept that dates Hack to English Winmon Law. Philippines capital hit with rioting by Mark Ltd was associated dress writer r Manila a after an emergency meeting with his and veers. Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos decided to make a nationwide television Ami radio a broadcast tonight. He. Called the meeting after eight hours of rioting outside his pal Are in which five persons were killed. 150 were injured and 300 were arrested speech were available a spokesman said criminal will be filed against All those who Particia led residents said it was the worst anti government demonstration in the City s history Many of the 1.5 i troops and Federal police who helped put Down the violence Friday night and Early today remained out Side the Palace As Marco and his advisers conferred workers removed masses of debris and. Horned vehicles from roads to the Palace display windows of stores in the nearby shopping District of Quiapo. The heart of Manila were smashed and looted of their contents. Some buildings Bon evidence of Bullet Marks. Manila mayor Antonio Ville Gas today cancelled All Demon stration permits until Quot tempers Cool off a at the height of the rioting which. Marcos. And Quot his family watched from the .pa.la.ee, he ordered an official to study the a see Philippines Page 8� \ Rath speaker James a Graham it com missioner of agriculture will he it speaker for Tui Bath ibid Tan meeting on mondays night february at 7 of o clock at the High school cafeteria with John Bishop president presiding or Graham a native of Rowan county became Tom miss Toner of agriculture in 1964 by appointment of governor Terry Sanford he has served since that time he has been most Active Lor the past to years in this stole in All phases of agriculture. Agnew thinks America s prestige High by i a it i p i Al bsds id associated press writer Baltimore it a it Vire president Spirn t Agnew save his 25 Day trip to Asia convinced a him ii a prestige is High and it time for. The american people to Stojin eating themselves up Over the few. A icon tented words of dissidents who Don t know what is going on in the world a Quot 1 speaking to friends and. Political supporters from to it old la lies at a testimonial dinner Friday night the vice president said he trip reinforced his to Lief that what we have in the United states is not a prime of run tag target for National Mas in irom it i Gre ssh Oit i Opp in its in Ito Antik Sholk Zivak hmm and expressions of sup port i rum those w to successful la b ended the program in bit Ter debate Iasi summer the president said the United males Onnist tale Steps now to to mlle a Situ hum Tegl May Eon Iron the nation in a dec Dejen years irom now the communist chinese Tor exam Rte among other. May have a significant nuclear capability i said i relations with main land China Aren t improved to said it will to very important Lor the United Niles to have some kind of defense so that i Clear blackmail could not or us a against the United Stales or i s allies in Asia responding to questions at his Quot first Quot tiros Ruif Rimce nth the Yeai Mixon also issued a new warning to North Vietnam against attacks that w Jil l i s Iones in South Vietnam if such attacks occur he said Quot we Hui the Means and i will to prep used Loumi those Means sorting la to Deal with that Situa lion said to a it wild decide within-3u Days on Israel s request for More american firms to Atrz Agthen its Security against its a Rati enemies Nixon indicated he would discuss with French Porf tent i Jeorges Pompidou Here next month the French a de of Mirage fighter Plaros to Liiva the has expressed it twin to a i i k i it i i or the Senate Tod said Quot out acini ties Hon an solely if tto Exir Isis ill Sis ing tto government is not mor to Lmh a by the Noi i Viet namese and Trutor cd Nti ii Quot a Titt a . I a hired the i n has math Consu Krable Progress m galling Ito nigerian government to at ail Relief ship flu a Tor its War ravaged Formet Bias Tiff Territo by a a e x presses i Coto u a to cd a fed ral fudge g Harr old Carswell a will is approved lev lie Smale overwhelm Unglo he service a a i Ito supreme court i tortured has new fris in Ful lion to fiscal tear 1971. Attoh will go to Congress Mon Day Quot Quot will to a major blow in no the it latin Quot go a a and tto pm Ernie no w of to aide to Munirul gift Mfuat out recession Quot in Dis Chrang his final Ibe Suat on the abm Issue Nixon said secret Art of defense me fam it i and w ill make pub i the de us the program 111 Ahful in Days lie desc Ito a it As Quot est Utikal As against any. In Mot a Twer a a Power for example like communist China lie add isl it would to Quot Virti ally Fallt Hie against that kind of pop Enid attack and. Fher Elore gives the t toll d stoles i credible foreign policy m the pact a area Whiteh i Otto re ise would nah have Kirk orders no busing by John \ i Ekin. Associated4� Ess writer. Tallahassee Fla apr gov Claude Kirk has issued an executive Ord a forbidding forced busing in two Florida counties. The to ism would be required to comply with desegregation plans of a Federal court the desegregation Pton or dered for Volusia county Day Tona Beach must to simple men Ted monday so Kirk s order sets up an Tami Ditc show Down Man Tipp county i Bradenton is not ret tired by it of Deral court order to Complete de segregation until april i. The executive order issued Friday left Volusia and Manatee officials with the Choice of risk my suspension by tto governor or fines and possible jail sen Lene for contempt of court Quot Weil have to decide five order to new Smen. Would tut say what the executive a ton would he. Toil the state con Shtutin allows the governor to suspend any Public official by executive order tto order Pron Pittsl four a Lions m addition to busing altering the school Calendar in cur ring new expense taking any action that would res tot in massive reassignment of pupils and closing Lief re Ito end 4 the. School year the president of the. Florida chapter of the National asocial lion for tto advancement of 4 see Kirk Page. A Clyde a. Allen succumbs Friday Pinetown Clyde a Allen age St. Died in a. Washington nursing Home Friday morning after a Long illness carries tto biggest Slick tie tin Tal so Hnry a will Tov held a the regard that tto United 1 Page 8� governor or the Federal said Manatee supt Jack David where that puts us legally other than to tween a Rock and a Bard place i just Don t know a Kirk to order did my a pectin what wild happen to school us permit indents and school Board members who defied it it said merely that they would in sub tetto Evet Oilive action Gerald Mager. Kirk Slegal aide who distributed the exec from Flor Nero funeral Home in 2 sunday by Dalton Finch burial will to in the win toy cehuu�?~r0v in Plymouth surviving Are one sister. Herman Lopker of Plymouth and several nieces and nephews he was a native of Washington county and had been making his Home in Beaufort county for 36 years he was a retired Farmer and a member of the first Christian Church in Plymouth. Talking computers will make pushing carts in supermarkets thing of past by run to Alii Snow Watert press writer san it Aid ap1 the Pushcart supermarkets of Ltd a will become Osok the m tto 197ns says tto head of a my shop by phone firm housewives can Cut shopping time in Hall to placing grocery orders with a talking gom Jefter a i. Bill Bailey chairman of the toward of new formed Tele Mart enterprises. Inc. Unveiled plans for a san Diego Pilot porn Gram at a news conference Friday. The shop by phone super Mart facility for Home deliveries is scheduled to open july t it is a 44. Pm Square Root food distribution Center that a should do the ii Hines of 10 Lents a taling computer and Bailey programming for to new fort citing supermarket Institute marketing concept research. He said the average Clara the talking computer woman spends three hours per will he handling Over 2.0w� Load week at super markets and nonfood items fur t Elemar convinced that telemark can Cut member customers throughout this to me m Hall Diego county he what telemark has done is. Bailey said the computer Lilis to use the Home delivery con an order this Way cent of the 1920s endow it with. When a customer Calls a me the vast variety of modern supermarket products and go a step farther by utilizing present Day and advanced computerization methods for Selec Tion and delivery Bailey said he announced that Rohr Corpa Chula. Vista aerospace firm has a $i67,000 contract to provide computer oriented sys operator patches the line to Clara which says. Quot hello this is Clara speaking the computer system re sponds to a customer s Vul be and is programmed to act on grocery Liste items available in. The store quoting updated and current prices specials and volume discounts a
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