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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - July 27, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaMy weather quite it a and humid with Che we of afternoon a my evening Toni fit and tread Fly. Tuesday m to m Washington daily news if you do not got your my 145 Between a 7 00 o clock and one will it Arad to you established 1909 eight pages Washington North Cacouna. Monday afternoon. July 27, 1970 daily except sunday Jordan a Cabinet accepts no aggression Border Belt , =5. And a pc talk a cease fire negotiation plans a 1 i i i i. I i i teen flue cured tobacco markets a a ave v w a am. A rim in it at rur by John Bausman associated Preat writer Moscow a the West German and soviet foreign ministers began talks in Moscow today to Complete a Nona Gres Sion pact the Bonn government Hopes will open the Way to better relations with Eastern eur i t rope. West German foreign minister Walter so Heel and soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko Are trying to conclude an agreement in which West Germany and the soviet Union re Nourice the use of Force against each other and West Germany accepts the postwar loss of German territory to Poland and the soviet Union. But in an attempt to appease the political opposition at Home. Scheel brought along amendments he wants to attach to the treaty emphasizing Bonns s Aims of German reunification and improved Access to West Berlin. Scheel arrived sunday from Bonn and called on Gromyko at his office this morning. A West German source said Scheel planned to present his amendments at this first meeting but that Gromyko was not expected to respond until a later session. The meeting lasted just Over an hour. Scheel told newsmen the meeting had been a Good Quot and its atmosphere Quot cooperative very he and Gromyko scheduled another meeting in the afternoon socialist Chancellor Willy Brandts conservative opposition. The Christian demo crata have been charging Thal the proposed treaty a recognition of Germany a postwar Eastern Borders gives away the government s chief bargaining Point without getting enough in return. But an article sunday in pravda the soviet communist party newspaper indicated a Chilly reception for the amendments Scheel worked up to counter the Christian democratic argument. The West German government also Hopes an agreement in Moscow will Lead to improved relations with other East european countries. Bonn now has diplomatic ties with Only three communist states the soviet Union Yugoslavia and Romania a but would like to expand Trade and political relations with others particularly Poland. A draft of the no aggression pact was worked out in meetings Between january and May Between Gromyko and Egon Bahr a state Brandts office. Secretary in spending Battle could flare up u. S. Will Ivy Oder Nizy korean army Seoul apr the United states has agreed that the modernization of South koreans armed forces will precede any withdrawal of american troops. Defense minister Jung Nae Hick said today in a report on his meetings in Honolulu last week a with Deputy defense Secretary Ldavid Packard Jung told the National Assembly a foreign affairs and defense committees that Packard and his aides agreed to postpone talks on the . Troop cutback until the two governments agree on plans for the modernization of korean forces Jung said korean and american military leaders would meet in Seoul this week to discuss detailed programs to modernize South koreans 600,009-Man forces. Jung denied reports that the United states intends to put into effect its plan to withdraw 20,000 of its 62,000-Man Force stationed in Korea with or without Korea s consent. The United states also agreed at Honolulu to provide the South korean air Force with a Squadron ots2 reconnaissance planes shortly he said. Lion chairman Whiteville n. C. Apr c. P. Wayne a Whiteville insurance executive is the new chairman of the North Carolina Lions state Council succeeding Herbert c. Bradshaw of Durham. By Walter r. Mears associated press writer Washington a an election year spending controversy la tween the we to House and Congress is Likely to flare again today As the Senate considers a $4.4 billion education appropriation Bill. A final Senate vote is expected to Send the Money Bill to president Nixon who has termed it an example of excessive spending on Capitol Hill. The administration has described As innocuous a set of Onee controversy 1a civil rights restrictions tacked onto the school Aid measure but Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said those terms Are Likely to stir debate anyhow the total amount of Money already is disputed. The appropriation is $453 million higher than Nixon proposed despite the criticism there were indications Nixon might Stop Short of a veto of the Bill in part because of the warning of Republican congressional leaders that it would be difficult to sustain one. Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott said Nixon might let the appropriation Bill become Law without his signature thus signalling disapproval but avoiding a head on collision with Congress on the Issue. The House passed the Compromise spending Bill Cut nearly $350 million from the original Senate version Fay a vote of 357 to 30. Among the programs involved were $551 million for Aid to school districts where attendance is swelled by nearby Federal installations. $167.7 million for educational Grants to College students $243 million for direct Loans to help students their Sec education Page 8 in the South Carolina and Bor Der North Carolina Belt open tuesday with a record opening Day Price average of about $71 per Hundred pounds predicted John h Cyrus tobacco marketing specialist for the North Carolina department of agriculture. Said he looks for a Price Range averaging Between 970 and $72 per Hundred pounds on the various markets a a the Border Belt has an unusually Good crop considering the amount of dry weather we had in june a Cyrus said. Quot the weather this month has been excellent we have a Good medi ten thin bodied crop with plenty of flavor and Quot there la an old saying that a dry june will turn out one of the better crops if you get Good Rains in july and we Cyrus added the eight tar Heel markets that begin sales tuesday Are Fairmont Fayetteville lumber ton Tabor City Whiteville fair Bluff Clarkton and Chad Bour South Carolina markets scheduled to open Are Darlington Conway Dillon Hemingway Kingstree Lake City Lamar Loris Mullins. Pamlico and Timmons Vilk last year the South Carolina markets opened earlier along with Georgia and Florida markets they averaged a record High of $70.17 per Hundred pounds on opening Day. The North Carolina markets began sales the same Date As this year and had a record Price average of $70.79. Quot we expect full sales tuesday Quot Cyrus said. Quot the North Carolina markets will sell a Little More than four and one a if million pounds based on the current Market he estimated that at least 50 per cent of the tobacco crop in the Border balt area has been Barned i Cyrus also noted that the average Price support this year is up from $63.8 last year to $66.6. Of pot 6 Day War t r Hamon after War l lot Syria by the associated pro so the Ouinda of youths demonstrated in Amman today to pro teat acceptance by Jordan and Egypt of a plan for peace to the Middle Syria and Iraq Quot stepped up a Tadla on the plan indicating a deepening Arab rift on the Issue the demonstrators to the Joe Dantan capital called president Tamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt a Coward the youths appeared to tie members of Arab guerrilla organisations and Union Mem w Quot the palestinian guerrillas also have assailed the pro before and after with Middle East peace talks a real possibility thi in fore and after View of the real estate involved is in the news. The . Prof out a three month cease fire. Egypt demands return of captured time i i a bbl. Jordan a acceptance of the plan on sunday carried a re scr vestion which said the govern men could not Stop he actions of palestinian guerrillas in con turning to attack inside Laradel the i1 s plan Calls for a 90day cease fire to Algiers the newspaper al Mou Jahid which usually re fleets the views of the algerian government also rejected the plan the Lar a he Cabinet it Pond a decision on w Ash ton a a proposal after a six hour meeting sunday to Jerusalem poet w Inch usually reflects the israeli government s thinking said tho Cabinet probably w ill give a Quot qualified affirmative reply Quot but will request a firm guru tees that the cease fire will not he exploited the newspaper it Aid Laradel would insist on an indefinite ceasefire rather than the 99-Day truce period . Secretary of state William p Rocco Jeff. Posed for Egypt. Jordan and Israel members of the israeli government contend that the egyptians would use a limited cease fire period to fortify min Sale Sites and other military positions along the Suez canal. Source in Jerusalem said president Nixon had assured Premier golds Metr after tsp it mid East. Page it senators lock horns military defense spending argued pro con warning again by Lawrence l. Knutson associated press writer Washington apr the Nixon administrations bid to halt the arms race and a . Admiral1 s warning of growing soviet naval Power have refuelled the heated Senate debate Over the nations defense budget. The Issue currently stems from the $19.2 billion military hardware Bill that critics claim could be Cut $5 billion without damaging National Security. Senate forces defending the $19.2 billion procurement Bill for new ships planes tanks missiles and the controversial Safe guard anti ballistic missile system also May have been handed a telling argument by the commander in chief of the soviet Navy debate resumed today in the Senate Only a few hours after it was disclosed the United states had asked the soviet Union to join in a Mutual limit on land and sea based strategic nuclear missiles the proposal would limit Abms to approximately the same deployed around Moscow by the soviet Union the soviets have not replied to the american approach sen Johns Tennis a mass chairman of the Senate armed service committee said sunday that any attempt to limit the si.3 billion asked by the Pentagon for the safeguard system could Quot pull the Rug Quot from under the bargaining team at the Vienna arms limitation talks. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said he believes it no coincidence that the new . Approach at Vianna was re vested at the time the Senate debate on the and other Wen Pons system w As opening i ast Yea i the Deets on to it see Genator a hem it bulletin Thurmond appears heading for Nixon reconciliation 3 tobacco barn fires reported Tel Aviv apr a egyptian jets crossed the Suez canal to strike at israeli positions today and two of them were shot Down by israeli airmen the military command reported. It identified the egyptian jets As mig17# and said it was the first crossing of the Cana by egyptian warplanes in a month the migs were engaged by israeli planes when they made their second attack of the Day on israeli positions in the Northern sector of the canal zone. The spokesman said the air Battle took place West of the waterway a Over egyptian territory a and the two pilots were seen bailing out. Obscene writings Raleigh apr a Durham Man who operates an Quot adults Only Quot Book store in downtown Raleigh has been arrested a second time and charged with Selling Quot obscene Don Gary chums 22, was arrested saturday evening after it. E. L. Randolph bought a copy of Quot the Childs released under $100 Bond. By Gregg Herrington. Mocia ted press writer Washington apr sen Strom Thurmond appears headed for a reconciliation with president Nixon following a feud Over proposed administration desegregation programs for the South. The South Carolina Republican said sunday the president appears to have Quot repudiated the bad advice Given to him by some aides and executive offi a Quot apparently the presidents Good will and common sense won out a Thurmond said in a report to his constituents but he said he would continue watching the White House to see if administration attitudes really have changed. Thurmond recently accused Nixon of breaking Faith with the South because of an internal Revenue service ruling denying tax exempt status to private schools and a Justice department decision to Send lawyers into the Region to oversee school desegregation. The senator warned Nixon in a july 16 Senate speech the administrations desegregation policies could Cost the president. The while House in Che 1972 elec Tion. He attributed the desegregation plans to Liberal White House advisers. The irs Thurmond said has since granted tax exemptions to six Southern private schools and sent letters declaring an open admissions policy would be sufficient to secure tax exemption in the future. Nixon overruled the Justice department i added arrant re emphasized his support for textile import quota legislation in an earlier interview with the associated press Thurmond cited Robert h Finch former Secretary of health Edu cation and welfare and Jerris k. Leonard assistant attorney general for civil rights As two men the administration could Dpi without the senator who was instrumental in helping Nixon win the left Republican presidential nomination declined to say Watt Larfae would support Nixon again in i97t. But he said the administrations desegregation policies could jeopardize election see Thurmond. Page 8> two tobacco barn were destroyed by fire a no Une part tatty burned Over the week end and Early this in Orang according to the local fire department the first barn to go up in flames owned Fay Ottis Cox occurred saturday morning a firemen received a Call at 5 30 am to go to Cox a barn on Highway 33. The barn had already burned to the ground when the firemen arrived. They wet Down the ground around the barn to prevent the fire from spreading and by that a me if had begun to rain the cause of Jug. Fire was undetermined another barn owned by tally Brothers located on the Tolus Highway was partially 1 see fires Page if Hyla Rem elks toon Faitao Ciales i pm writer Washington 1ap1 vice a do Hyman Rick Over said the soviet Union May be ahead at the United states in undersea Power and warned a state department plan to sell nuclear submarines to allies could Wor sen the balance Rickover asserted the poor Security among european nations might give the soviets Access to propulsion techno Kun. Raja ii to Nojd Are a. Fit stg or do t tin Lex. Tiv comment of the Adiraj known As father of the nuclear submarine and a Long time Champion of naval strength wre made Fai March before the joint atomic Energy committee and-1 a leased sunday Rickover also said the Smiet Union had asked the United state Foi one of it most advanced computers to use in connection with an experimental nuclear accelerator at Serpuk Khov he said soviet Haut Stic missile submarine Are now t toned off both american coast. Ah<7 that its total Fleet May outnumber that of the United states. Quot the soviets Are capable of starting tomorrow the biggest War there has Ever been Quot Tok Kovar said Quot and frankly 1 am not confident of the outcome Quot. Rickover said the Long stand see Rickover Page 8 police arrested Childs Friday on four counts of Selling obscene and immoral literature and one count of showing an obscene film. He was released under a total Bond of $500 a hearing on All six charges is set for aug 11 in Wake District court disorder Roundup president one Short fatally. Advisors with 4 wounded meeting by the associated press the chairman of a Black militant party in Houston Texas fatally shot and four other men wounded sunday night during what police described As a gun Battle Between themselves arid loved Power shunned trappings dictator of Portugal dead at 81 Lisbon apr Antonio de Oliveira Salazar Premier and dictator of Portugal for 36 years died at his Home in Lisbon today after a Long illness. He was 81 and Europe a longest surviving government chief in modern times. The government Secretary of information said Salazar died at 9 45 . President Americo Thomaz the Admiral Salazar elevated in 1958, was touring portuguese provinces in Africa and was immediately notified of the death. He was expected to return to Lisbon immediately. The Bachelor Premier suffered a stroke i september 1968 which left him partially paralysed and forced his retirement. 12 Days ago and since then his condition had steadily worsened. A bashful dictator Salazar loved Power but shunned its trappings. Ruler of the worlds last great victorian style overseas Empire be lived like an obscure clerk. Simplicity frugality and austerity marked his personal life. A shy scholarly economist he was rarely seen by his own people. In a nation of poverty he paid himself $130 a week and spent his vacations in a one Story cottage in the Village where he was born. But from the Day he took Over As Premier in 1932, he held Portugal and its african fiefs in an Iron grip rebellion developed he developed a. Kidney but did not Preval during Bis lifetime in the african territories of Angola Mozambique and Guinea efforts to stir his people to uprising came to naught. Salazar a technique was paternal sometimes even benevolent. But he controlled police and press and permitted Token opposition for Only 40 Days before elections every four years. With a reputation for financial wizardry. Salazar kept Portugal a budget balanced when other european nations were deep in debt but he did so at the expense of the workers who Are among the lowest paid worst fed and most illiterate in Europe. Yet Portugal a voters showed political unconcern and made no serious move to replace him. In. 1966 Salazar declared the Public Revenue had increased 12-fold to $600 million illiteracy in the school population had dropped to almost Zero from 70 per cent and that production was up Salazar was born april 23, 1889, of peasant Stock in Santa Comba Dao at his Mother s be Best be entered a Seminary to study for the Priesthood but soon changed his mind and took up economics he was a professor of economics at the University of Coimbra until 1928, when Gen Antonio Oscar de Fragoso Carmona the survivor of a 1926-military coup called him to the ministry of finance to straighten out Portugal a snarled finances see Salazar Page 8 Blacks. Elsewhere sunday police in Columbus Ohio scattered a crowd of some 350 Young persons protesting what they called police repression Cambridge. Mass. Police dispersed about 250 youths setting fires near Harvard Square and angry puerto rican residents in West Ches ter pa., clashed with police for a second successive night Houston police said the gunfire there erupted following a rally protesting the arrest of two Blacks a Black spokesman said the two Quot weren to breaking any Laws Quot but police chief , Short said they were a walking Down the Street one with a pistol. And one with a Shotgun Quot Quot we were shooting to kill Quot said police intelligence chief Norris. Quot they were shooting to kill me and i sure Wasny to going to shoot for their leg this Isnit a Cowboy movie where you shoot to wound dead was Carl Hampton 21, chairman of the people s party ii police said they found a shot Niar where he fell with an abdominal wound. He died in a Hospital several hours later. Among the injured was Roy see disorders Page 8 by Frank Cormier associated press writer san Clemente Calif Jap a president Nixon set up two sessions with advisers Tody one on cutting defense costs and another for an Overall look at the Economy following a week end baseball Outing. Flying in to meet with Nixon were Secretary of defense Melvin r Laird and Deputy Secretary David Packard to discuss a Blue ribbon task Force s recommendations on a probable Pentagon reorganization the president scheduled another session an hour later to Confer with top Domestic policy advisers on an Quot overview of the Economy Quot As a followup to discussion of expected Pentagon reorganization plans Nixon will meet again tuesday with Laird Packard and his top budget making officials for Quot preliminary discussions on the defense budget for the 1972 fiscal year that begins next july 1 on sunday Nixon left the womenfolk of the family at their oceanfront Villa Here and went by helicopter to sit through a baseball slug est at Anaheim stadium Home of the California Angels. After 11 innings and Nixon Page 8 Long study . Can to find / ? a cause of crime is by William n. Oatis _ associated pres Var Luff United nations a a new , report says that despite Long investigation the experts still do not know what causes crime. A a Quot despite the years of extensive and intensive study and research in Many court tries the vital factors causing crime still escape unequivocal positive identification Quot says a Pape prepared by the , secretariat. Quot for nearly every Factor known to be associated with delinquency from a broken he Nea and mental deficiency to overcrowding delinquent subcultures child neglect and poverty 4t is still possible to show at least As Many Young people subjected to such conditions who do not commit crime As tho a who do Quot the paper is titled social defense policies in relation to development planning. It lists As Quot the main aspects of development which have been thought potentially crime inducing urbanization. Industrialization population growth migration from farm to City and technological change. Urbanization to explains Means More Quot Incont roofed children on the streets of a town Quot and Quot implies More opportunities few crime with less risk of detection and a disturbing juxtaposition of affluence and poverty Quot the effect of industrialization on crime is said Tobe through other factors offering work to women who then May not be Able to give proper care to their children Young people being attracted to town w Hen there is still not a efficient work to go around Quot excessive population growth leads to crime by adding weight to the Burden on the wage earner overcrowding Small houses outgrowing school facilities. Quot however Moat of these influences have provoked Endeavor and greatness As Well As delinquency it depends on the person though crime in general grows As a country develops the paper states Quot the proper donate difference Between male and female delinquency usually remains unchanged until the later phases of development and Urban complexity when female see crime Page it Lam
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