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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - July 28, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather Chat a a i mostly afternoon and evening thundershowers otherwise partly Cloudy through wednesday i fits around 90 lows around 7�. Washington daily news if you do not Oil your paper., dial 4� 145 Between it 1� and t Ltd n Lork and one Wasj he delivered to you established 1909 eight pages Washington. North Carolina tuesday afternoon july 2g 1970 daily except sunday integration a local police keep peace by Mark Brown associated press writer Washington a if fed eral officials Are using police tactics to enforce school de segregation in the South Quot they Are acting out of character and beyond their authority. Allyl Gen John n. Mitchell said today Mitchell said keeping the peace As some Southern schools desegregate for the first time will be left to state and local authorities but he acknowledged there would be a larger than Normal Federal presence this fall. Quot we feel that the people in the South Wilt abide by their agreements and court orders to Mitchell said in an interview what Federal personnel will be on hand will be there to assist rather than to coerce school districts in dismantling dual education systems for Blacks and Whites. Size and make up of the Federal Force has not yet been determined he said he said he was unaware of allegations made sunday by sen. John c. Stennis d-miss., that local officials in the South Quot Are just being kicked in the face by the Federal government Over and Over. Some of their agents already Are virtually using police Quot the Federal government does no to have a police Force Quot Mitchell said. Quot if anybody is using police methods they re acting out of character and beyond their authority Quot Mitchell dismissed the possibility that resistance to court ordered desegregation will require the use of National guard or Federal marshals As in the late 1950s and Early 1960s Quot we done to contemplate that anything of that nature will be required a Mitchell sad Quot we have always in the past made available to the de Segre gating schools the experts of health education and welfare and they require the Legal assistance of some of the Justice department lawyers. Quot this year we have a More extensive number of districts that Are de segregating for the first time and a the executive Branch is currently studying their requirements in order to assist them Quot How to go about this Mitchell said Quot will evolve Over the asked about criticism of administration desegregation actions by president Nixon s strongest Southern supporter. Sen. Strom Thurmond. R-sc., Mitchell denied that any of Nixon a 1968 Campaign promises had been broken. Quot there was some talk about Freedom of Choice a a Mitchell acknowledged Quot but the supreme court s ruling decided a Quot in the presidents statement this March on school policy he said schools will be desegregated in accordance with the requirements of the courts. In the Mississippi cases last september we said the target Date would be september of 1970.�?� Israel May agree with conditions by Michael Gross associated. Press writer Jerusalem apr indications Are mounting that israelis government will agree reluctantly and with conditions to the 90-Day cease fire proposed by the United states to get. Middle East peace talks under Way again. But local press reporte said defense minister Moshe Dayan is considering resigning if the Cabinet accepts the american proposal a defense ministry spokesman termed the reports mors Quot but he admitted., Quot Dayan is not the . the reports said Dayan had expressed misgivings because the . Plan speak Quot of israeli withdraw al from Quot the Arab lands captured in the 1967 War. Dayan believes that Israel s Security depends on. Its retaining the Gaza strip the Golan Heights taken from Syria and a coastal strip along the Sinai desert to the Strait of tiran the key to israelis Southern water route to East Africa and Asia. Premier Golda Meir and her Cabinet had scheduled another meeting today Taw discuss their reply to the proposal but it was postponed for 24 hours to allow Quot further political clarifications Quot a government spokesman said. The first Cabinet de Bale on the plan was sunday. Mrs. Meir May reply to Washington wednesday night in. A speech to the Knesset the israeli parliament. Deputy Premier Yigal Alton went on record monday night in favor of acceptance. Israel a first ranking minister to do so publicly. Quot even if there1 Are differences of opinion Between the u.5. And Israel Quot Alton told a. Group of High school newspaper editors a a Quot when the government of the United. States lakes such an initiative it appears to me that we should accept it even if we Are not completely satisfied with ail the Altona a stand was considered particularly significant because he is a member of the cabinets foreign affairs and Security a see mid East Page if p rices Strong on Leaf Belt by the associated press prices were reported Strong today apparently headed for a record average of at least 171. As sales began on to flue cured tobacco markets in South Carolina and eight on North Carolinas Border Belt the Federal state Market news service reported opening sales reached an estimated Gen eral average of 171-173 per Hun dred pounds during the first a try of sales last year an average Price of $69 51 per Hundred was recorded Forrest Job pounds most baskets on Early auction today were bringing $67 to its per Hundred. The lop pro repaid a by companies was Sittl receipts of the stabilization corp on Early sales were estimated from 30 to 40 per cent on the various markets however companies began to bid More freely during the later sales hours and this percentage was expected to drop during the first Day of sales last year 16.4 per cent of the crop was placed under government loan. Quot in veneer seen More smiling faces than this morning Quot said Bob Thompson supervisor of sales at Lumberton As he toured warehouses Quot we re off to a great Quot i Haven to seen a soul yet it see tobacco Page 8 Claude Woolard. Succumbs today Claude k. Woolard age 77, prominent Farmer of rat i a Ash ton passed away this morning at 7 00 of clock in the Beaufort county Hospital after an illness of several weeks. Or Woolard was born in Beaufort county june 13, 1893, in of the late Redden Lotwis and Eleanor aug you no of air. He was a member of the Asbury United methodist Church and the Church school and Active in Church affairs As Long As his health would permit. He had been engaged in farming All his life and was a member of the farm Bureau. Or. Woolard was married december 27, 1.939 to Clara Miller of Aurora who survives. Surviving with his wife Are one brother James Howard Woolard it. 2,. Washington three Sisters mrs. Bessie w. Latham of this City mrs. Lillian Tetterton of r t. 2, Washington and mrs. Graver Sawyer of it. 4, Washington. Funeral Servi Caa will be held wednesday at 4 00 in the Asbury United methodist Church with the Rev. Everette e. Bryan officiating. will be in the Church cemetery. Serving As Active pallbearers will be his nephews Hilton Sawyer g. Harold Sawyer Cecil Woolard Ellis Woolard Redden Woolard and James Liffey. The body will remain at the Oden funeral Home and will be carried to the Church one hour prior to the time for services. Beaufort tech will ask state for Community College status by de w Alker. Or City editor the Beaufort county technical institutes Board of trustees has gone on record to request Community cd Tege status in the next biennium subject to the support of the people and t a i general Assembly a approval and funding the Board after a tithe of is Quot a Beaufort tech your future ? enrol now discussion sessions. Has unanimously decided that Quot the future the institution itself and most importantly the people of Beaufort county will demand such status As the institution has Grifon into Une of the respected in this according to Leon Thompson acting chairman of the Board. Quot we do not want to try this unless the people Are behind Thompson said voiced support of the people is what is being referred to Here a vote is not necessary in Beaufort county. Both Thompson representing the Board and Charles Byrd the institutes president emphatically deny that there is any attempt to move away from technical and vocational training and both firmly believe that College status would greatly enhance the technical education As Well As broaden the Opportunity in Beaufort county. Thompson stresses the fact that the purpose of the institution is to provide educational Opportunity and meet the educational needs of the county whatever they May Beaufort county tech. Do Mannind Tehju. By it staff photo try it b Fie id a Buti s expand citing its it groins the people will Thant it be. He feels that these needs Wal always be primarily for technical and vocational training because of the growing demand for these he said the ultimate goal of Beaufort tech is to become a Community College and that Quot for and institution to Prosper it must plan Well in Advance in order to be ready when the time comes Quot Thompson used the example of but iding const rothut he said if a Eom Pam new building in its future it will begin Well ahead working out feasibility studies and drawing up plans Quot we re putting our name in the pot in Raleigh Quot he explained Quot Beaufort tech will never be a 4-year College a the acting chairman said adding that Quot we have an excellent one in ecu 22 Miles away a Charlea Byrd a lit to president explained that the move to College status if approved and wanted by the people involve a state Money almost exclusively with Little county Money involved Beau fort tech already provides Tiv . That a rom Mitnit v eel legs a Tatu will hit Only not Itna the inc meal vocational emphasis at the school but will Nham a the program he says ill Quot my study now being carried out for Thip Black building labor fuss hurts a Chicago plan business Survey begins a one year College program Ancho purpose w ill prove that con what to really being requested is tray to some who shy a com that it be allowed to offer the Unity College is harmful second year As do All Coin a a Munith colleges tui be a Cai tour picks City for visit of Lack by f. Richard Cicchine associated press writer Chicago apr officials say labor disputes and a Home construction slump have hampered the Quot Chicago plan Quot a program designed to get More Black workers into the building Industry. The Federal government hoped the plan would be a Model for other ., cities to. Copy. Launched last january its goal was to provide 4,900 jobs this year for minority workers. So far Only 150 negroes have been included in the first group hired Ito undergo training with an operating engineers Union. Fred Hubbard director of the project says labor disputes and the economic squeeze on building a a unquestionable Hurt the Chicago a a finding 4,000 jobs for minority group workers this summer would be a Miracle Quot he said. A i have no doubt that eventually it can be done but How can people expect miracles a a Thomas al Nayder Secretary treasurer of the Chicago building trades Council and a Mem in Quick Rescue work saves boy Here a. N High t year old boy knocked unconscious by a Bolt of lightning monday afternoon went Home this morning after spending the night in the Beaufort county Hospital. A physician who treated John Martin Griffin son of mrs. Carrie l. Griffin of 1105 Cooper Street said the boy observed closely for several hours after his admission to the Hospital stowed rapid improvement and was Alert this morning and allowed to go Home. The doctor credited Quick and professional work by the Washington Rescue squad with possibly saving the boy s life. The boy one of several playing on a 25-foot-High Mound of dirt at the rear of the first United methodist Church where excavation is underway for a new Church educational building was knocked Down by the lightning Bolt. Employees at motor parts witnessed the near tragedy. Tommy Buckman said two ter of the Chicago plan executive Board also attributes the hiring delays to a slump building Industry particularly. Tome construction. Nayder says however that Progress continues to be made in finding jobs for minority group workers who can qualify As journeymen parti skilled workers or apprentices. He says delays have teen encountered mostly in finding jobs for the Quot least skilled of minority groups. The Chicago plan received its a my Etui last manner when the coalition tor unit eel. Com m Unity action a group of 6 Black Community organizations shut Down $80 million Worth of construction a projects to Quot focus a mention on their demands for acceptance into Chicago a 19 budding trades unions. The coalition said Only 3.000 negroes in Quot 91.009 construction jobs. Similar protests were made by Black workers a a Pittsburgh. Los Philadelphia. To so fort the work stoppages and with the Strong persuasion Sec Chicago. Page it George Bonner passes monday of in Small in the because formation regarding business and. Their role Community a Survey is being conducted by Beaufort tech students under the Tbs a a tin of Quot Kenneth Chalk business Quot add ministration instructor a to deter mine Job r Seq u a Rem in t s and opportunities existing in the four county areas served by Beaufort tech in announcing the Survey project Here today or Chalk a said. Quot information concerning Job skills is essential in order to broaden vocational education u i u m Offe red fax. Hut. Sibs acc and 1 on try regional ulices. Committee of the state and Sivo department of Quot Carikci v Niton and development has a a Haven Washington As. One .�ot.-. Five Stopover Points a during a two Day lout of the state on july 29 and 30. The. Committee Clairm Aucul by or Mott Blair of Siler 1 by will be honoured a Quot the Washington _ chamber i Commerce at a breakfast if the Washington yacht and. Jphn Lytfi club on the morning of july 29 the committee will then visit in. Rain hum ton. Stewart mayor m ill officially is coma the group to Washington in addition to or Blair other Commerce and Lakari members invited on. The tour Are a Chi i Carnbrea Jock Bryant Leo Brody John Dee and Albert Martin who it i t a d Board m do ter from Kinston Carl Renfro vue chairman of the c a d Board accompanied the group of that four Abe making the tour from the Raleigh office Are James school Hen Quot the Small business Community is often overlooked. In Job or. Chalk said a and As a result inform lion about such a business is. Often of the purpose it the project is to improve the needed Job skills and Quot give the worker greater la tera i movement to his occupation Quot Chalk said a compilation of skills needed by Quot the Small businesses in. The counties of Beaufort Washington Tyrrell and Hyde will in used in de v al o p in g. C u r r i c u Luma t Ltd provide a source of trained manpower in the area he said businesses being surveyed would have less than 25 employees and emphasis to being placed on businesses George Irving Bonner thf�?T1�?ontl, r age 80, a native and lifelong 4 the Washington region�11 Quot Guy Coli Wavu a of the Commerce and. Industry. D. Bob leak. Administrator left division for a Short briefing the Commerce and Industry Ait ten cum Terr "rmnwiiie1 tins a a ii1 mi1 Quot win w made to a. A Hackney and sons. The. Plane will depart the Washington Airport for Lum Herton for an inspection of the regional office a there Yother viste�.-. Wilt ,1m�. Made. To Tate trial r. Jib Quot chief of Community and Indi is i Nal Quot str ides sect Kwi an ctr head of regional offices the purpose of the visit Here Tehi sin i set Fay h a Beautiful Man wed waited for staff photo by Tuchfield lightning struck Hill Here boys were playing at the top of the dirt pile when the lightning Bolt which preceded a summer storm came unexpectedly. He said the boy that was seriously injured was knocked from the top of the dirt pile to the Bottom while another toy who has not been identified was knocked about half Way Down the Mound and later got up and ran away under his own Power fire chief Fred Potts said the Griffin boy had no pulse and no signs of breathing when the Rescue truck arrived. He said it Hugh Sterling or and Driver Weldon Sullivan administered artificial respiration performed external see boys Page 8 resident of Aurora died late monday evening in the Beaufort county Hospital following several months of critical illness funeral arrangements Are incomplete at this time and will be announced by be Stampley funeral Home. Born nov 10,1891, he was the son of the late George Irving and Cora Mae Ross Bonner he was the husband of the late Annie Ola Hollowell Bonner. Or. Bonner was a member of holy Cross episcopal Church of Aurora and a retired Farmer and a Veteran of world War i serving in the . Army. Surviving Are two children a son George Irving Bonner Iii o Raleigh and a daughter mrs. Mac Allen Paul of Alexandria a four Brothers. Or. Merle d Bonner of Greensboro Mortimer Bonner of Aurora or Allen b Bonner of Hertford Henry Bonner of Ayden. And col Joe b Bonner of Orlando. Fla. Two Sisters mrs c e. Savage of Raleigh and mrs Thompson Litchfield or of Washington five grand children and several nieces and nephews. Educated. A a Lack of information about the Small business was firs brought to our attention by i contacts made by our Extension division. A Chalk said Quot the number of Man hours needed for such a Survey requires a special group to be a feigned the responsibility Chalk said that the Survey Wal event Niue for six weeks and that the first two weeks will be used for developing Survey techniques he said the second two weeks will Call for visitation to the Small businesses and the remaining two weeks will be used for analysis of Survey results. Tobacco barn Burns monday another tobacco barn owned by Ronald and Olive Douglas was partially destroyed by fire a yesterday afternoon according to the local fire department the cause of the fire that burned part of the barn located on Highway 264 East was not known about 200 of the 400 Sticks of tobacco were destroyed by 1 Inda Dutts it it Lossu Cinalt d press \5ritor. i a r Tret Petite Linda Kasabian re Calls first hearing Quot of Charles m and his Ruppie Type Quot Lamoyl irom a. Girl who told ter of Quot a Beautiful Man that or Riall been waiting for a when she approached the Shack a haired Manso n and asked to join his clan she says. Quot he Felt my legs and he seemed to think they were okay1 a a a thus. The state s Green eyed Attr witness began her testimony Mon Dayton the Sarott Tutto murder trial. She was interrupted repeatedly by defense objections. A this witness is not competent she a Manta a s attorney. Irving a Kanarek said before she w As sworn. Deputy dist atty Vincent Bug i of i Call Tel the remarks Quot unbelievable conduct Quot and added a i ask the court to find them in contempt a a after a conference at the Bench the judge admonished the jury to disregard Kanarek a remarks and allowed mrs Kate Abian to take the stand she is expected to testify for at least three Days asked Why she wanted to Tell her Story she said softly Quot i strongly believe in the truth and i believe the truth should the a Pkt lat she said she was aware she would be granted immunity from prosecution it she test red for the state a a a the n u Liber id own Barteit a or Kasabian was charged along with the defendants with murder conspiracy in the slay. Iris of the Beautiful actress and six others but her trial was a severed from that of Manson 35. And three of his women followers Susan Atkins. 2t, Leslie Van fou ten 29, and Patricia Krenwinkel. 22. The prose Jion says mrs Kasabin was an eyewitness to at least three of the Tate Mur Ders last August while standing outside miss Tate s mansion As a Lookout she also is said to have gone to Lite Home of Leno Labianca a wealthy Market owner who was killed with his wife the following night when her marriage to Robert Quot Seabran broke up in 1969 mrs Kasabian said she looked for a Home and me Catharine Quot Gypsy Quot share one of Manson s followers who brought her to the family Quot. A Quot we lived together As a family Quot mrs Kasabian said Quot As a Mother a lather and children but we were All one and Charlie was the a 1 Sec Tate. Page 8�
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