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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - July 20, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather Chance of thundershowers Inland Section tonight. With of towers Rikhy Over state tuesday for red by cooler lows tonight 60c to 70s. Washington daily news if you do not get your paper dial a u4& Between a 10 and 7 m o clock and one we be a veered to Yeu Estabil std 1909 eight Fauci Washington North car Una monday afternoon 20. 1970 daily except sunday error evident goals panel Quot Scott doubts reports to gop leaders advise president state census president school veto might be overruled Asheville if Cut a it a Bob Scott said today it is obvious the preliminary census figures for North Carolina Are inaccurate Scott said that in one North Carolina town which he did not identify the census Numera a tors issued a housing develop ment that included about 40 checking such As by giving each person at birth a social secur ity number. Under the latter proposal. Scott said a anytime a person changes his residence he would be required to Register is new address with the census by families in another town the governor said the census Bureau came Quot up with a figure of less than 1,300. A Check of the tax books and the families Wing the town s water showed a count of almost 1,700, or 400 above the census figure. Scott made his remarks in a prepared talk at the 20th annual convention of the Southeastern association of tax administrators. 0 the governor suggested that to improve accuracy the census Bureau should consider these alternatives a return to the old system of having takers visit each household conduct the census once every five years instead of once every 10 years. Establish a method of Cross ratau. A in that Way there could be a continuous and fairly accurate counting of our population a he said. The governor said there were More complaints than usual this year about the census a and with Good reason. I think a he noted that a Large portion of the questionnaires were mailed to households to be completed and mailed Back. Some of these he said were thrown in the trash can. Scott told the group a i Hope that the final census figures will show that the out migration from North Carolina in the past two decades is about at an end. I also Hope that my state will not lose a seat in Congress As it did after the i960 a most of All a he added a i Hope that the final count will be just As accurate As is humanly possible Quot Rock fans leave love Valley site love Valley n. C. A of the thousands of Rock music fans , hippies weekend hippies drug pushers and policemen who gathered in this tiny a Western style North Croft of town for a weekend Rock festival have pulled out. At its height on. Saturday night the festival attracted an. Estimated 75,000 persons to the Valley and the wooded Hills surrounding it. Few Are left now a the towns 74 permanent residents the few dozen who Are in jail and the Hundred or so who stayed to help clean up the mess. Mayor Andy Barker a who conceived the idea of the festival As a Way of getting Money to build a. Water and sewer system in the town but says now he a not sure the festival will t break even a plans to rest a few Days. T am very very tired. I want to do a lot of hard thinking about the whole thing a he said sunday. A Overall in a just tickled to death with the Way the kids conducted themselves. A lot of Mem Are just not every opinion of the weekends events was so generous. A i think its just disgraceful a thing like that happening in Iredell county done to you a asked a nurse at Iredell memorial Hospital a i did no to go up there but i heard about All the goings on let me Tell and or. Paul Kearns who with other local doctors worked Long hours treating emergency cases from the festival was no More enthusiastic about it. A some of the violent things the things with drugs have not been reported a he said. A we had a 14-year-old boy come in with a bad trip a somebody dropped Ltd in his drink without him knowing about in a number of people unknowingly drank cokes laced with the stuff. People were some of the Young participants were also disappointed. A this could have been really Beautiful a Quot said one Young Man who was Busy picking up trash sunday morning. A but too Many people have been copping other Young people at the festival complained that the crowd at the festival was not. As a a together As people had been at places like Woodstock and Byron a. They said the a a freaks and a a straights stayed to themselves. But a thurs Ware exuberant on the Dusty hillsides surrounded by electronic music and enough other Young people to give at least a partial feeling of the new tribalism some feel at Rock festivals a we love just 1-o-v-e. Everybody. Each other a said one Young girl As she leaned against her Boyfriend. A love is peace. Real peace. We Are at a the weekend though generally peaceful was marred by several incidents. By Jim other to Mittry Prifti writer Washington Apt a a apr Ela 1 White House panel has told president Nixon the answers to the nations problems May involve a de emphasis on College education taxes on polluters and development of new cities to lure residents from crowded metropolitan areas although a not log Mem Hiby a a my that the population May be stabilizing the report said 70 per cent of the country s people probably will be concentrated on one tenth of the land by the end of the Century. And half the population containing the most advanced and most prosperous elements of the society will live in three giant metropolitan belts Boston Washington Chicago Pittsburgh and san Francisco san Diego the panel on National goals said in a 228-Page staff report. Few firm conclusions were offered in the report entitled a toward balanced growth Quantity with the panel said its suggestions were intended to stir Public debate and. Generate concern in Congress the trend toward settlement of most of the population in metropolitan areas can be reversed if Federal Public and private institutions adopt a coordinated. Strategy the study group said. Alternatives might include fostering the growth of existing Small cities building new cities and generating growth in Rural areas. Regarding schooling the presidential study group said a Many people feel that too great emphasis is already being placed on Post secondary Educa too particularly on the four year degree and that possibly there Are Many students now in College who do not really want to be perhaps College should be de emphasized the panel said rut in any Case the nation should examine approaches to higher education one answer to pollution the panel declared is the imposition of taxes on polluters. A in the competitive Market place raising the Price of pollution would tend to lower environmental degradation As producers would have an incentive to use manufacturing methods that put fewer burdens on the environment. A and higher prices for the products that dirty the air and water would induce households goal Page 8� Aurora native Dies in a. Y a Soldier from it. Bragg died of what the Coroner said was a a see love Page 8 Over hair mph a Captain Macdonald engaged in shoving match mrs. Piara Lewis Womble age 8w former resident of Aurore died in Franklin a. Sunday night where she had been making her Home with a daughter mrs. J. Clifton Copeland for a number of years. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete and will be announced by the Paul funeral Home Here. By Bill Mckeithan associated press writer it. Bragg n. C. Api military policemen engaged in amp shoving match with army capt. Jeffrey r. Macdonald and civilian lawyers defending him against murder charges today then took the Captain into a pro k Yective one of the lawyers Dennis Eisman of Philadelphia pa., who was thrown to the ground by an my after his car was forced off a. Street by a police jeep was to amp in to an army Hospital for observation it a the whereabouts of Macdonald was kept secret by the army. The incident occurred after army police were thwarted in an attempt to forcibly take a Sample of Macdonald a hair presumably to use As evidence against him in the army a attempt to prove he killed his if e and their two Small daughters at to tatar it. Bragg apartment feb a. Eisman and his Law partner Bernard Segal had filed a motion in. . District court at Clinton to prevent the army from obtaining a Sample of Macdonald s hair contending it would amount to forcing him to testify against himself. Judge Algernon Butler ruled at Clinton saturday the Case was not in his jurisdiction. Eisman said this ruling is being appealed to the 4th . Circuit court of appeals at Richmond a. Eisman said he Learned of butlers ruling sunday night and that shortly afterwards the prosecution telephoned him and informed him it would take a hair Sample forcibly if necessary at 8 . Today. This morning four agents of the army a criminal investigation division Cid and four uniformed military policemen entered the Bachelor officers quarters where Macdonald lives under guard but Eisman and Segal had already taken him to but Walter r m ear it a politic at. Writer Washington tap it Republican leaders on Capitol Hilt have advised president Nixon he May he overruled by Congress if be vetoes another Mammoth education appropriation Bill for the Sake of Economy Nixon seemed to suggest a possible veto in a sharply critical statement this weekend citing the 84 4 billion Money Bill As a Sample of excessive congressional spending votes a this is a time when the taxpayers of the United states will not tolerate irresponsible spending a the president said saturday Nixon said there if a danger of massive Federal deficits and renewed inflation if spending is my held in rein. Expressing deepening con to Cern about the i Ourse of the democratic controlled Congress. Nixon said a for just one example the Congress seems on the verge of approving an education appropriation Bill that provides nearly half a billion dollars Inore than i requested Quot Senate action on the Compromise education a a rotation is Elk by later this week the House approved it 357 to 30. A vote far above the two thirds tally it would take to override a veto. The veto possibility and the risk of an administration Rebuff Cano up when Gap leaders conferred for 90 minutes thursday with top budget and congressional Liaison officials Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott said there was no specific veto warning but other sources said the possibility of a veto came up in no Necton with the education i see Nixon. A ice 8 miscalculation Oil shortage May a giant step anniversary a the july 20 first anniversary of the Quot giant step for Mankind Quot the first Landing on the Moon brings this photo and the Apollo 11 Crew Back into the news. Up electric rate Armstrong s giant step seems stuck in mid air exempt status Given ohm launches new Bookmobile with one extra swing to take the bottles measure mrs Evelyn Williams cracked a bottle Over the bumper Here saturday to formally launch the ohm regional Library s new 116,500 Bookmobile. A we have been saving for several years for this mrs. Mary Wilson Library director., said a and now we have it she added. The new Mobile Library is made by Gerstenslage at the above mentioned Price with a 2100 volume capacity including areas for records and picture service. A it Cost approximately two and a half times As much As the old one a mrs. Wilson explained Quot but it is bigger and has a Check in Check out desk Power steering and brakes and a a a air conditioning which the old one did t have Quot she said. She also explained that the Power features would especially help the lady Drivers who take the Book m o b i 1. E a s s e r v i c e throughout Beaufort Hyde and Martin counties rotating every 28 Days. The to it ook Mobile circulated More than 100,000 volumes last year Clase to 1,000 reproduced works of Art and approximately 2,400 records the service is varied with material for children and adults a the Reading habits of the three counties have been upgraded unbelievably in the last four mrs. Wilson Lon Rinsma Quot Iii books pm a a. The Best seller list now our patrons want it immediately a she explained. She attributed this increased Reading to such developments As the educational facilities of Beaufort county technical which is helping to raise the general level of interest in the counties. The Bookmobile which has served. He counties for the past eight years will be taken to Ocracoke to be permanently established As a Branch Library the Cost of the new Van was met by the Library and a supplement of ,$4,20� approved by the county commissioners of each county involved in the Library. By h Xurry e Rosenthal associated press writer Washington a it bus been one year since men first landed on the Moon and Neil Armstrong s giant leap for Mankind seems almost stuck in midair one year ago today As 500 Mil 1�ms around the world saw Armstrong and Edwin Quot Buzz Aldrin walking the Moon the space program was at its Pinnacle now it is struggling a this is the greatest week in the history of the world since the said an ebullient president Nixon. A the world has never been closer together before a the Bond was As Short lived school Here Prid dissolved in a welter of concerns other than the feat of men on a dead satellite a Quarter million Miles away no Fine is More disappointed than Armstrong. A i had hoped it would take our minds away from some of the More mundane and temporal problems that have faced us and let us look a Little farther a into the future with the a Pursif solving problems before they become problems a he says Quot i Haven to seen As much evidence of that As i d hoped a we appear to be still tied up with today a problems tie pm the Pamlico Community school Here is one of six private Southern schools which have been Given tax exempt status after signing nondiscrimination pledges the internal Revenue service announced saturday the other schools were identified As the Gaff Ney Day school in Gaffney Green Academy in Siloam a the heritage school a Newnan. A / de Soto school in Helena ark., and Southeast education. Inc. At Dothan Ala a the exemptions were the first granted since the irs announced on july 10 it would re a to that discriminated on racial grounds the new policy applies to every state except Mississippi. Where the irs is under order to Issue exemptions Only on terms acceptable to a three judge Federal panel in washing ton. 7�?othe six schools and any others water Given tax exemptions will be free of taxes on their income. In , contributions to them will be deductible. A the irs said the six schools by Harry Steinberg a business writer new York api rising concern Over air pollution coupled with the Oil Industry a underestimation of demand will create a shortage of Low Sulphur residual fuel Oil this Winter Industry sources say. Residual fuel Oil the heavy Oil left Over after aviation fuel gasoline and higher Grade products have been refined from mide Olu in fwd by electric utilities to Power Genera tors which produce electricity it is also used to Power Industrial plants and to heat schools hospitals and office and apartment a windings what might this shortage Means a first higher electric rates Many utilises have fuel adjust ment clauses which allow for rate increases when fuel prices Rise. Some companies which done to have such contract provisions. Such As Philadelphia electric co., Are asking state Legislatures for them isec tax Page 8> see year Page 8i Dalton r. Noble Dies the hearing room. Macdonald remained there for about two hours but the army a prosecuting attorneys did not show up. Four cd agents waited outside in a car. Eisman came out of the hearing room and said resumption of the dosed hearing had been postponed until 1 3� pm. At the request of the prosecution. Shortly afterwards a car carrying Macdonald Eisman Segal and Macdonald a army escort officer drove away from the hearing room followed by a car carrying newsmen and a Public information officer. Military police forced both cars to Stop at a Point where the Lead car was in an intersection then several maps converged on the car carrying Macdonald who was told he waa being taken into protective custody. Quot Itie defendant refused to leave the car. Eisman got out Dalton Roland Noble age 63, of re 1, Plymouth died in the if. S Public health Center in Norfolk a. Saturday morning following an illness of three months. Gel sufficient supplies of Low Sulphur Oil May in forced to choose Between shutting Dow or using a High Sulphur fuel and risking fines an Oil a Industry a Buree Points out. Third municipalities faced with a Chokee Between factory shut Downs and Clear sir May be forced to suspend Low Sulphur limitations of Dean air Laws. Industry observers say the Speed with which Many punt i parities enacted strict air Poilu Tion regulations caught the Petroleum Industry unprepared. The1 regulations limit the amount of Sulphur in fuel their purpose is to Cut Down on Sulphur dioxide which is Given off during the burning process one result is that Many utilities and industries which were burning Coal had to find another Energy source Coal is naturally High in Sulphur and is difficult see Oil. Page 8 Noble a tug boat Captain with the Plymouth towing company was born at Slanesville in Hyde county mar. 14, 1907 son of the mrs. Janice m. Y j p v a. In a apr a Dell Berry Swan Quarter. Mrs g. E. Hinds William Joe in the a Champagne Quot launching of the ohm see trial Page 8 education on wheels Ston and mrs. Evelyn Willian participate regional Library s new Bookmobile. Mrs. Berry and mrs. Hines arc two of the original Bock Mobile Drivers. Mrs. Williams is representing her Mother mrs Lone Taylor of Washington the third member of the original Trio. Mrs. Berry is still driving the Van which provides education on wheels to her county of Hyde As she has been doing for Over thirty years. Staff photo by Litchfield late John Edwards and Mary Ann Flowers Noble. He was a member of the Church of Christ Noble was married to the former Frances Clark of Ponzer it. I Belhaven sur Vivang besides his wife Are three sorts Rinnet Edward Noble of new Jersey Bennie Lee Noble of Chesapeake a. And Roland Daniel Noble of Plymouth two daughters mrs Emogene null of Chesapeake a. And Misa Betty Lou Noble of Balitmore six four Brothers Bruce Noble of Roanoke rapids Arlie Noble of Manteo Adnell Noble of Belhaven and Norwood Nobie of Plymouth three Sisters mrs Ellazena Edmondson of Greenville mrs. Hattie Mia Ell of Roper and mrs. Sonnie Rose of Virginia Beach a. Funeral services were held at the mount Olive Church of Christ at Ponser today at 2 . Conducted by Leon Baker and Gene Mcgee. Burial followed in the Church cemetery. Morgan Dies Belhaven mrs Janice Moore Morgan a native of this Community died suddenly at her Home in Morehead City saturday she was 34 years old. Funeral services will be held tuesday at 3 . At the Paul funeral Chapel Here with the Rev Eugene Raynor officiating burial will follow in the Belhaven Community cemetery. Mrs. Morgan was the daughter of mrs Clyde Flowers Moore and the late Leslie Moore. She was the wife of William j. Moore a member of the u. A coast guard. Mrs Moore was a member of the missionary Baptist Church. Surviving besides her Mother and husband Are a son. Billy Morgan of the Home and three Brothers d. J. Moore of Jacksonville. Fla Edward Moore of fort Hood Tex and Dexter Moore of Belhaven
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