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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - July 22, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather occasional rain with scattered Thyria Rihori Yeromin More a general tonight and thursday. Little warmer thursday. Washington daily news if you do Mot got your Piper. Dial my is Rewwa a a not 1 4� o clock and. One �01. Be delivered to you established 1909 in .1. No in. Twelve pages Washington North Carolina wednesday afternoon july 77, 1970 daily except sunday if they vote Young votes big Impact South West Nasser replies with Many Georgia markets same delay due to Gray sky by John m Pearce associated Prev a writer Washington it a the 11 million Young people enfranchised by the controversial it year old vote Law have the greatest potential Impact in the South and a it by of Young voters to stay Home on election Day could dilute their influence significantly not even partisan political analysts say the new voters will line up overwhelmingly on one Side or another when the Law takes effect Jan. It David Cooper director of political research for the democratic National committee says his analyses come up Quot with a huge fundamental question Quot the cumulative effect in my guess will be a Low percentage in favor of the democrats a a Cooper said in an interview. His View was echoed by Richard m. Scammon. The former census Bureau i Recti a and compiler of the authoritative Quot american votes1 series who thinks the 18-to-ll set leans More toward the democrats than the rest of the population Quot but not enough to make a difference Quot the Republican National committees director of special projects Richard Curry did no to venture a guess about his party a potential gain or lose from the new Law. Quot turn out 1 think is probably going to be the critical Factor Quot he said in an interview. Quot there Aren t any Good Bench Marks for anyone to go Curry and Scammon predicted the Law May have considerable Impact pm local elections in University Towne Curry said in his View students will have to be allowed to vote where they go to school because the census Bureau considers them residents. An associated press analysis of the potential Impact of the new Law provided it i not Over turned by the supreme court shows it will swell the voting age population by at least 6.6 per cent in every state and As much As 10.1 per cent in new Mexico and South Carolina Nixon supports welfare ite opposition two states Georgia and Kentucky already allow the vote at 16. Alaska allows it at 19 and Hawaii at 20 Alaska has the nation s highest percentage of 16 to 21-year-Olds with 13.2. In Hawaii the percentage is 10.6 per cent. Georgia and Kentucky Are further Down the list. 3 argue against Iron in bread by g. David Wallace associated press writer Washington Cap a three doctors say that tripling the amount of Iron in bread could harm More people than it helps. The food and drug administration recently proposed such an increase to combat Iron deficiency. The baking Industry american medical association and american dietetic association support the proposal but two Boston medical professors. And an upstate new York general practitioner have challenged the proposal in letter to the Fra that raise the Issue of tolerance to Iron. The doctors the Folb ones on record against the proposal say there is no firm medical evidence to confirm that Iron deficiency is a major health problem. Nor is there enough evidence to satisfy them that adult men who use less Iron than women and children will not be harmed by consuming much t a to for mirth larger pm Titi Ltd of Ira in vex c 10 x uu1 111 their bread the opponents say or. Philip l. White Secretary try h. L. Schwartz i associated press writer Washington it api Prest Dent Nixon has told Republican leaders he intends to stand behind his revised we i fare program despite opposition from members of his own party. Quot it la part of his program and he wants to see it passed a sen Gordon Allott of Colorado chairman of the Senate Republican policy committee told newsmen tuesday. Nixon a comments to gop congressional leaders came As a still hostile Senate finance committee resumed hearings into sweeping Reforma to replace current welfare programs with a minimum guaranteed in come the hearing a ten broken off almost three months ago when the finance a Ommittee to cred former Secretary of health. Edu Catton and we fair Robert it. Finch to rework the program but finance chairman rus sell b. Long. D la told new hew Secretary Elliot i Richardson tuesday that Quot in Sig if least respects the new plan is a worse Bill and a More costly Bill than the one which passed the House in terms of Money. Aug let Ong. Quot the revised family assistance plan s Cost to the Feder at government is a staggering $9.1 billion t90ft million More than the administration s Esti mates of the coat of the Tail As passed by the House and More Leon Roebuck or. Harris How. Henry mum wary 8 i. Humphreys promoted by spinning go. President Leon Roebuck or. Was elected president of Harris hardware company Here tuesday at the company s annual stockholders meeting. Roebuck succeeds his father who continues in the Cap Aticy of p chairman of the Board. He was also re elected assistant treasurer. Or. E. A Larkin was elected a vice president. Officers re elected were William b. Rodman jr.,.,. Vice chairman of the Board. Max Roebuck vice president and Secretary Jay m. Hodges vice president and. Treasurer and Lonnie me Roy assistant i Secretary company officials reported harms Pafe 12� of the american medical associations Council on food and nutrition has called Iron deficiency anaemia and the resultant fatigue and. Low resistance to disease a one of the1 major nutritional problems of teenage girls and indeed adult women As Well Quot in a 1%5 Survey the1 . Department of agriculture found that 25 per cent of boys 12 to 14, and % per cent of women and girls 9 to 54 received less than recommended allowances of Iron. The Survey showed Short Ages were More severe among the poor. The the opponents of the bread enrichment proposal note that Iron shortage is not the same As anaemia. They question whether the often undetectable evidence of Iron shortage justifies increasing Iron in bread. Henry c. Humphreys or. Has been elected vice president a manufacturing for National spinning co., inc it was announced today by Joseph Leif president. In is new office Humphreys will be the executive in charge of All operations of four yarn production plants and one dyeing Plant All. In North Carolina. Since joining National spinning in May 1965. Humphreys has at one time or another been general manager of each of the., company s manufacturing facilities. In that period the company a total yarn production has increased Well Over 50 per cent output of textured yarn has. Nearly tripled and yarn dyeing first started in 1966 now Tott is approximately 1.0 million pounds ,. Quot in something Over five years with us or. Humphreys has shown outstanding capabilities in. Industrial management a said or. Leff a and we feel he isee Humphreys Page .12 a by the associated press Egypt s sem official new spa is s3 within Republican party Nasser a response to the new . Proposal for s Middle East peace negotiations reiterates his for standing demand for israeli withdrawal from All occupied territories and the preservation of the rights of the palestinian the newspaper said the egyptian reply was being delivered today to Donald c Bergus the senior american Diplomat in Cairo the message says Egypt Quot seeks peace and refuses to surrender a1 ashram reported _ a1 ashram reported earlier that the United states proposed a limited cease fire Between Egypt and Israel of at least three months and suggested that Egypt. Jordan and Israel find out from . Mediator Gunnar jarring what Steps would be necessary to implement the 1967 Security Council Resolution calling for a peace settlement. The paper did not say what Egypt a response to these proposals was a Egypt insisted As it always has that Complete israeli withdrawal and preservation of palestinian rights Are Basic demands for any political solution to the Mideast crisis Quot al ashram said. In Tel Aviv meanwhile the israeli military command denied an egyptian claim that 20,000 americans Are serving in the israeli army. It said some jews born in America Are in its army but they Are israeli citizens. Other sources placed the number at about 300. Mohammed Hassanein Hei Kal Egypt a information minister made the claim in a television interview in which he also said the egyptians had captured a an american flying for the israeli air Forte. That too was denied by the israelis. To egyptian government said the pilots name was Mena Bem Eini a common Oriental jewish name. The israeli government refused to1 give any information about him in line with its. Policy of no publicity for its airmen and raid it did not know whether he was an Immi Grant from the United states who still had dual nationality. But an army spokesman commented a a there Are no american nationals in our air Force and with a name like Eini i doubt very much whether he is israeli spokesmen pointed out that similar Arab claims have preceded past increases in rus Sian Aid to the Arab forces. The soviet communist party newspaper pravda raid meanwhile that claims of a soviet threat to Israel Are groundless. Igor Belyayev pravda a Middle East expert wrote that the us preme soviet the soviet part a Mentz had stated that a every state in the Middle East has the graders want to see better than 14 billion Over the Federal Cost of the existing the Athumm Stratton plan Calls for a guaranteed annual income of for a family of tour. Plus food stamp housing and medical care benefits the $1,600 payment would be gradually reduced for working recipients until earnings reached $3.930 a year Long said the revised pro Gram cuts payments to some 450.000 person in families where the father is unemployed in 22 other states he added welfare recipients would get less Long Vaid however he Hopes and expects the Senate to vote is year on welfare Reform arabs hold greek Jet As hostage by Chris Eliou associated press writer Athens Cap a Arab commandos seized a greek jetliner with at least 61 persons aboard at Athens Airport today and threatened to blow it up i the greek government did not re tease two jordanians awaiting trial for a terrorist bombing. Sty la Anos Patakas the no. 2 Man in the greek regime rushed to the Airport control Tower with several Arab ambassadors As police ringed the olympic airways Boeing 727 on the runway. The commandos armed with machine guns and hand grenades were1 reported to have demanded the release of the jordanians within three hours. The planet of Aristotle quasi a airline came from Beirut and the manager of the airline there said a opt of the passengers were greek or lebanese. Bul the 9kr three syrians aboard and these May Well be the hijackers a Quot he added. The commandos were probably members of the leftist Palestine popular struggle front said a spokesman in Beirut for the marxist popular front for the liberation of Palestine. The two jordanians held in Athens Are members of the straggle front there were conflicting reports on the number of commandos a a a a on the. Plane which was in right to Independent National sex r0 Joe t0 Rome. And the number Quot a Quot f other passengers. Belyayev said Israel s allegations about the soviet presence in the Middle East were made to support its demands for More arms from the United states. How much radiation a a dec scientists clash Over dose i. A a a. It ailment second instalment in four Partie by Don Alto m,t0tmrer g associated press writer Washington a apr a two California scientists who Ray Federal standards allow people too much exposure to radiation Are locked in a bitter name calling Battle with the atomic Energy commission while the nuclear Power Industry watches uneasily. Radiation exposure limits Are ten times too High Ray drs. John Goninan and Arthur tamp tin of the dec financed Lawrence radiation Laboratory in Livermore Calif. They have More support in the scientific Community than the dec likes to . Gofman and Tamplin Ray if every american got the maximum permissible dose of radiation cancer deaths would in crease by 32,000 a year unfounded and incorrect rays the dec the a pm by a dose la so Small its impossible to single out any harmful effects it might have contend dec scientists. A these people ask you to produce human corpses a rays Gofman of the dec. A no corpses no a this is the third time Gofmann s taken off on a wild Tangent a responds or John totter head of the Aecus division of biology and Medicine. Totter dismisses Tamplin who came up with the 32,000 figure As a a biophysicist with no experimental background in biology. Its very common for physical scientists to make mistakes in but Gofman and Tamplin have support from scientists including Joshua Lederberg Winner of a Nobel prize in Medicine Linus Pauling Only Man Ever to win two Nobel prizes or. E. B. Lewis expert on the effects of Low doses of radiation and or. Karl z. Morgan director of the health physics division of Oak Ridge National Laboratory and a member of the National Council on radiation Protection. Watching this debate from the included his own calculations totter telephoned Gofman and Tamplin aug. 13 and raid be thought tampling a rebuttal of Stem Glass findings was just sidelines with a multimillion Dol Fine. But be raw no reason for Lar interest is the Power Industry with its 17 nuclear plants now generating electricity 47 under construction and 48.More proposed what role should the dec As both regulator and promoter of atomic Energy play in such controversies the Gofman and Tamplin controversy started in 1966, when Tamplin was asked by the dec to examine claims by or. E. J. Sternglass director of radiology at the University of Pittsburgh that fallout had caused 400,000 prenatal or infant deaths. Tamplin raid he determined that Sternglass was Way off in his estimate. Tamplin came up with the figure of 32,000 deaths and then wrote a rebuttal to Sternglass findings in which be including tampling a own Valeu lations in the same article. Gof Man and Tamplin disagreed from then on the debate became More heated. Proponents of the dec position that the radiation standards were More than adequate fanned out to give their views or William Bibb a biologist at dec Headquarters in Germantown md., and frequen1 pro dec speaker said a the Public is scared of radiation and anyone who reinforce their fears is going to get a Damn solid Gofman and Tamplin Wen getting a solid and widespread audience. But the reins began to tighten see dec a be 12� some sources said there were two or three commandos others that there were As Many As seven. Sixty one and crewmen were raid to have arrived from Beirut but some Airport sources raid As Many As �40 passengers May have boarded. The plane for the Rome flight. Police raid the commandos got off after the plane arrived from. Lebanon spent some time in the transit passengers lounge and did not make their move until they re boarded the plane for the trip to Rome. Then they made radio Contact with the control Tower and demanded to talk with Premier George Papadopoulou. Told he was not available they issued their ultimatum while police formed at cordon about 500 Yards away from the plane. A a staff photo bar Utch Fridl Hiroshima in a bag Valdosta. A apr initial auction sales on the geor Gui Florida flue cured tobacco Belt were delayed in Many markets today because Gray weather caused by the Rem Nao Iuit i Urru Ane Perky Matte _ it difficult for government inspectors to Grade the tobacco. Spokesmen in some markets said the delay will not materially affect Rales but that the Graden want every Farmer to have full advantage of proper grading tobacco is sold under various grades and some grades bring higher prices than other Quot if you can t see it you can to Grade it Quot said one inspector most tobacco warehouses Are poorly lighted but they have Large skylights the colouring of the told Tco to a great extent determines its Grade at Moultrie inspector Walter Thomas raid. A in fairness to the people who put in so much sweat and Effort to. Rala the crop we feel we should it with every advantage approximately 152 million pounds of tobacco awaited the1 chant of the auctioneer on. 28 markets in the Belt 23 in Georgia and five in Florida. Markets in Pelham Fitzgerald. He Ira. Quitman Sylvester and Thomas Vitte opened stop1 without buyers from the Imperial tobacco co. Of Wilson. N. C. As the markets opened the see tobacco. Page i chamber sets luncheons Here Richard j. 119, president of the Washington chamber of Commerce has announced that the chamber will hold a executive luncheons Quot at the Holiday inn restaurant thursday. July n and Friday. July 24. In connection with the chamber Quot a sponsorship of the Dale Carnegie course in the Washington area. Invitations have been mailed and attendance will to by a business owners executives or management personnel inadvertently left off the invitation list May make luncheon reservations by calling the of Commerce at 946 s3i r during the luncheons. Cha r les k a v Ana ugh. A Rea manager tor the Dale Carnegie courses will present a 30-minute inspirational clinic on leadership development. The Dalle Carnegie course was founded in 1912 in new York City and has since grown to embrace so states and 8 foreign countries with several Hundred of the nations leading business and Industrial firms participating to increase communication and leadership skills in there . Study reveals suitcase bomb threat a possibility by John Lengel associated press writer Washington up a frightening Stib Piot has been added to the drama of nuclear warfare the Prospect of a suitcase atomic bomb. Such a weapon is plausible rays a congressional study group and the Prospect is important in discussing the Quot nuclear blackmail Quot argument used by the Nixon administration to justify the safeguard an the jordanians Are scheduled Tiba Listic missile system _ Airport sources raid the commandos apparently hoped to take the two jordanians on Board and then Force the Pilot to take off. To go on trial Friday for a Gre Nade attack on the Athens office of e al the israeli airline last november in which a greek boy was fatally injured. The two arabs Are charged with murder informed sources raid the greek government promised to let the commandos leave Greece on another place for Beirut or Damascus if they gave up their plan. Suitcase Timbs have been discussed briefly in Public by members of the Senate and House armed services committees. But the study group which rapports arms reductions now. Rays suitcase warfare is made possible by development of com pact lightweight Low yield weapons a for example a package the size of a portable color tele vision set could conceal a weapon of Hiroshima Power a the group says a it could be carried by one person. Introduction of a megaton weapon into a . City involves a somewhat larger package size no larger than a i i console and weight of half a the weapon the panel suggests could be taken from a submarine off the Oregon Shore and placed on a River raft transported via automobile to a Chicago hotel room or dumped into a trash barrel in front of the Capitol in Washington. The study group said there would be drawbacks to such an operation. Enemy agents would need a High degree of Security communication and timing to carry out their plan. Bid the report rays if a nation like red China is reckoned such a risk that it would resort to nuclear Black mail by Means of a ballistic missile strike at s few . Cities then presumably it would not be out of line to take seriously a Covert attack with planted nuclear the suitcase bomb study is a compilation of research papers distributed to congressmen by the military spending committee of a group known As Mem Bers of Congress for peace through Law. The committee is led by sen Mark half Lek r-qre., and includes sen. William Proxmire d Wisa critic of Pentagon spending a Secretary of defense Melvin r Laird seeking to justify the abm system for defense of cities has told Congress Quot if the chinese threat came into being As Early As 1973. There would be a Gap of several years a a if safeguard is not started immediately a during which the chinese could threaten nuclear blackmail against
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