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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - July 29, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather continued ho1 and humid tonight and thursday with widely scattered afternoon and evening in under Bower a. Highs a a Pat a to Tow 90� Low a Washington daily news if you do not got your paper dial 946-1145 Between 4 10 it 1 1x1 o clock and one will a vend to you. Established 1909 fourteen pages Washington North cat Una wednesday afternoon july 2v, 1970 daily except sunday mid East peace right Wing blocks israeli acceptance president faces big deficit Congress hikes Nixon a budget in education Bill re names Jones school Board approves budget by Marcus el1ason associated Prex writer Tel Aviv a right Wing ministers blocked Israel s decision on the . Cease fire proposal tuesday night by threatening to quit the government if it was accepted. The Cabinet was scheduled to discuss the american proposal by Frank Cormier associated press writer san Clemente Calif Lap a winding up a first round of budget making conferences today president Nixon faced problems underlined by disclosure of a bigger than sex Pec ted 12.9 billion budget deficit for the past 11 months the Western White House announced tuesday results of Federal spending and outlays for the 1970 fiscal year that ended by de Walker or. Sky editor a a final budget figure of 1339,153 60 was accepted Herr tuesday night by the Washington City school Board to be placed on file with the county commissioners. The Board had requested 1349,104, a figure school superintendent Jasper Lewis had said a contained no the commissioners trimmed off 110,000 and school officials tightened their belts in bits and pieces throughout the budget. A in no Case did we Cut the budget sufficiently to harm the program a Lewis explained to the Board. Last years budget figure was $291,607.10. The approximate $47,000 increase in this years budget is accounted for by increases in salaries approved by the n. C. Legislature in Cost in social Security and retirement Matching fund and in Overall increases in costs of maintenance personnel and equipment and instructional material. A special delegation from the Black Community met with Lewis and several Board members last week to request the initials Quot a be returned to Jones Junior High school As the delegation indicated that the initials were of special concern to their area of the Community. The Board last night unanimously agreed to return to the school the full name of p. S. Jones. Before making their decision the Board was Given background into the original decision to drop the initials. P. S. Jones was principal at the previously All Black school and a highly respected Leader in the City. Lewis explained that under court or Deettie integration feeling in both Black and White areas of the Community was High. A renaming of the school at that time was Felt to be a critical Issue a Lewis said. Lewis explained that a Compromise was decided upon and the initials were dropped retaining the name Jones. After the Board heard from or. H. N. Dowdy Black Board member affirming the concern of Black people or. John Gray Blount led the decision to return the initials. Blount explained Taftt he Felt the original decision was Wise but that feeling had moderated with exposure and in the interest of fairness since the John Cotton had not been dropped from the Tayloe school he supported returning the initials a up. the Board agreed unanimously. Joe Kornegay assistant school superintendent reported to the Board concerning the Only two vacancies which exist in teacher employment for the coming year. The vacancies came about after two teachers recently turned in their resignations the librarian at John Small and a general math teacher at p. S. Jones. So feral teachers and teacher aids were approved for employment after welcoming Ken Samuelson credit manager at Hamilton Beach As a new member of the Board Samuelson was appointed a it serve As chairman erf a special committee to study disciplinary see Board Page 14? again today and government sources said a majority was expected to give reluctant qualified approval but they said Premier Golda Meir was determined to obtain unanimous As police executives to meet in City two Hundred Law enforcement officers Are expected Here aug. 13, 14 and 15 for the annual meeting of the North Carolina police executives association. A number of top Law enforcement officials will appear on the program including in Spector Dwight j. Dalbey of the Legal research and training division of the Federal Bureau of investigation capt. Thomas r. Estes of the metropolitan police Force in Washington d. C. And Carol Leggett assistant North Carolina attorney general. A Edmund h. Harding noted after dinner speaker of this City will speak at the Friday evening banquet session. The three Day program will get underway with registration at the Holiday inn. Banquet sessions will be held at the Brentwood Lodge and will be hosted by local businesses and industries. There will also be a special program for the ladies with the auxiliary of the Beaufort county Law enforcement association in charge of the arrangements. Activities for the ladies will include a tour of historic Bath and a boat trip to the Texas Gulf Sulphur Plant at Aurora and Tours of a number of local industries. Mayor a. Thomas Stewart will Welcome the Law officials to Washington. The invocation will be Given by or. Raymond l. The right Wing Grahal party which holds six of the 24 Cabinet seats split Over the proposal in a Stormy meeting. Sources said some members were willing to abstain in the Cabinet vote but hardliners refused to accept any Compromise some Grahal members said it was Quot almost 95 per cent certain that the party would quit the Cabinet if it accepted the plan the government radio reported. Mrs. Meir conferred with Grahal leaders tuesday night in an Effort to Avert a Cabinet crisis. Quot 7&Quot it defense minister Moshe Dayan meanwhile denied that he had threatened to resign if the government accepted the . Proposal. He told a group of High school students in Tel Aviv that he would accept the plan reluctantly. Quot we Are not so Strong we can forfeit our allies Quot he said. Local press reports said earlier tuesday that Dayan had misgivings about the plan1 be cause it Speaks of israeli withdrawal from lands captured in the 1967 Middle East War Dayan believes israelis Security depends on retention of the Gaza strip the syrian Golan Heights and the strip of Sinai that runs from israelis Southern tip to the red sea. The Grahal party advocates holding on to All of the occupied territory. Dayan also said the soviet Union has a a supervisors of sam2 and sam3 antiaircraft missiles in Syria As Wal As Egypt. Egypt is known to have both models of the soviet missile and russian technicians helping to Man them but an israeli command spokesman said he had no knowledge that the syrians have any sam3s. # Quot the american peace proposal put Forth by Secretary of state William p. Rogers Calls for a 90-Day cease fire so that . Envoy Gunnar jarring can resume his third party attempts to june 30. The red Ink total was $1.1 billion More than a May forecast of $1.1 billion. An official projection last february called for a $1.5 billion surplus. Nixon and his associates took heart from in fart that spend ing was below both the february and May estimates said George p Shultz director of the office of management and budget. In May the administration had predicted spending of $198.2 billion and revenues of $196.4 billion compared with a february estimate of $197.9 billion in spending and $199 4 billion in receipts. Actual speech no totalled $196 8 billion and actual revenues were $193.8 does not Square exactly with the announced define Tomb $2.9 billion because of rounding off of figures. A we were successful in holding the expenditure line a said Shultz who attributed the enlarged fiscal 1970 deficit to a slump in tax revenues caused by the economic slowdown. Nixon was meeting today with Shultz and other key budget making advisers to hear their thoughts about projected Domestic outlays for the 1972 fiscal year that will go to Congress next january. A similar session on defense and National Security spending was held Here tuesday. By Walter r mear8 associated press writer Washington apr con Gress has sent president Nixon an education Bill appropriating $453 million More than he wants spent and another budget re ing measure is close behind the Senate approved the $4 4 billion education measure tues Day As the Western White House issued a plea for congressional help in controlling spending a the House is a spacial to act gently by Nixon As an example of rising congressional expend Tures met no Republican resist a Nee As it i led through the Senate by a unanimous vote the chief Republican spokes Man on the appropriation Bill sen Norris Cotton of new Hampshire urged Nixon not to veto the measure a i just think that be will not choose the educational funds for veto when these other approx p-1�11&Quot&Quot Are coming on its this week on an $11 billion Compromise appropriation for housing and 23 other Federal pro a Grams ranging from sewage to space. The total agreed upon by House Senate negotiators is $541 million fore than Nixon s Hung of budget it request with spending legislation the education bib. Cited re a there has been r Little noise heels for much less important purposes Cotton said despite increases involved san Warren g. Magnuson. D Wash said Congress will pro Duce a net reduction in the Nix when it is through at 1800 Pennsylvania Avenue about the sire erf approx Ria Magnuson said a that four letter word a veto keeps creeping in again and again a Magnuson said Congress wants the education Money Bill signed into Law the Senate then passed it 68 to 0 next on the Senate approx rat hons Agenda is an Independent offices appropriations Hill with $1.35 billion for Urban renewal prove to. $500 million for water lion. It is about $64 million teas than the administration recommended in san Clemente. Calif., Nix on s budget chief said the administration successfully held the line on Federal spending during the year ended Juna $0, despite a $2 9 billion budget deficit a a the president has asked me to express again his Hope that the Congress will join him in n Tula Rev Sac re amp Wiful Effort i. And sewage treatment and More than $9 billion for the vet Erans administration Over the budget increases in Urban renewal pollution control. And veterans medical care funds were offset in part by cuts elsewhere a the Bill notably in the spare budget at to 27 hit keep expenditures under control in the current year a said George Shults director of the office of management and budget Shult said the deficit was larger than forecast because of re. toil. Page 14 morgal Alici court to Block order Raleigh apr atty. Gen. Robert Morgan said today he was asking the 4th . Circuit court of appeals to Block a Federal court order directing 10 North Carolina school districts to file Complete desegregation plans by tuesday. Morgan said the Federal court order issued tuesday by 07m Revenue sharing Beaufort would receive $205,000 staff photo by Litchfield see mid East Page 14 Bonner funeral slated monday Aurora a funeral services for George Irving Bonner or who died monday evening will be conducted today at 4 00 . Alexander pastor of the first from the holy Cross episcopal Christian Church. The program in addition to the speeches business luncheons and dinners will include pistol matches a boat trip a fish Fry. Ltd the meeting Here coincides with the presidency Quot of Washington police chief Phillip Paul but is not being held Here for that reason. Washington had invited the association to meet Here and the site was selected. Officers of the n. C. Sec police Page 14 Church Here by the Rev. George a Harris Rector. Burial will be in the Aurora cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Linwood o. Cayton Keith Brantley Joe Lee Hollowell Redding Litchfield Gaylord Jones and Tut Bonner honorary pallbearers will be a. A. Lane w. T. Wilkerson Ira Rowe and Charlie Litchfield. Visitation will be from the Stampley funeral Home in Washington until 2 00 . At which time the body will be taken to the Church for services. District judge Algernon Butler violated a the principles of due process by a deciding the Issue without giving us time to file an answer a >7 Morgan said the order which would require the state Board of education to see that the local boards comply a a involves the very basis of North Carolinas school the action would Quot thrust upon tie state the responsibility of be coming a csar in education a he said. Morgan said North Carolina Law does not give any state Agency Power Over Pupil assign ment at local Levels and that several courts had upheld that system in the past. Morgan said the state and local units would not comply with butlers order until we have exhausted All judicial he said that could come in Only a few Days however and added a once we have exhausted All Mittee Orf the state department of conservation and development and a delegation of Agency officials arrives in Washington for a visit this morning the group was hooted at breakfast by the Washington chamber of Commerce and later visited the a amp i office Here and a local Industrial Plant. The Stop Here was one of five scheduled today and thursday by the group. Bob leak administrator of the a amp i division is shown getting <4j the Plana a photo by a Tommy by John m Pearce associated press writer Washington api new York would be the major Benefi Clary of the Nixon administration s Revenue sharing plan with California not far behind a Treasury department break Down of the Impact of the pro pos a i shows the department prepared an 64-Page listing of How much each state and most cities and counties would receive Whan the proposal goes into full effect in 1975�?provided it gets through a reluctant Congress new York would receive $542 67 million in the first full veer while California would re a Cebee 536 37 n Ellior the table shows however. New York would be required to pass on almost $228 million of its share to local governments $157 m illion to new York City alone while California would pass on Only $166 million. The Federal Grants would build up to the totals m the years before Revenue sharing takes full effect and a full $5 billion is sent from the Federal Treasury to the states a the Treasury s breakdown is one facet of a major Campaign to urge Public support for Revenue sharing which Lias Lam gushed for almost to months in congressional committees 111 st Deritt Nixon. Try an a pub Revenue spending Gap faces cities Lici Zed memorandum to senior administration officials late last month called the plan a the feb Nan isl heart of the new federalism and urged them a to make known at every suitable occasion our Strong desire to secure its enactment in 1970.�?� former budget director Robert p Mayo gave the program a plug in an interview to Jis week urging that Revenue sharing be made a a matter of High National priority a nevertheless Congress has shown Little enthusiasm for the plan since Treasury Secretary David m Kennedy sent it the administration Bill last september Wilbur d. Milts of Arkansas the democratic chairman of the House ways and Means committee has let it be known he does t want to he responsible for raising Money the state governors will spend because he feels the right to spend government name goes hand in hand with the responsibility to tax. The to i vocal Diocales have Beta my Jay 1 Walden Haum assistant tree Surv Secretary for economic affairs and Robert l Joss his assistant Widenbaum and Jos have made dozens of speeches to local government officials and report they have the support of a every major organization of potent Osuchas governors mayor and City managers. Thev prepared the Long City by Chy table which has not yet been officially released but is near completion. Under the Revenue sharing plan each state s allocation would be figured according to its population and a Revenue Effort a a the taxes it int tocts taxes it anti is try proportion to its total personal income. Local government allocations would depend entirely on the revenues they generate in proportion to All the Money raised in the state both by the state government and other local governments. It would Reward see sharing Page 14 Manson trial see Morgan Page 14 by Jeffrey d. Alderman associated press writer a Gap Between revenues and spending faces Many of Amer teams Large cities this year and officials Are Rushing to fill up budgetary holes by Means of new taxes City employee layoffs and service cutbacks. New York Philadelphia los Angeles Chicago Pittsburgh Detroit and Seattle All report trouble balancing their 1970-71 after losing their own squatters take vacant housing in new Yore by Joe Nicholson or. Associated press writer new York apr Joe Rivera who is 28 and drives a Tow truck for $125 a week recently moved his wife and five children into a six room tenement apartment on Manhattan supper West Side. Mrs. Melba Bruno a 39-year-om Divorcee and welfare recipient also occupied a five room apartment nearby with her four children. And Jimmie Rosario a factory worker who makes $110 a week lived briefly with his wife and seven children in a four a Lory Brownstone tenement in Manhattan a Chelsea Section. All of them the Riveras Bru nos and Rosarios had one thing in common. They were squatters who illegally seized apartments in vacant though still habitable buildings because they claimed they could not find decent Low Price housing after their own dwellings had been torn Down. Most of the squatters claim their Homes Are demolished by landlords to make room for High Rise luxury apartments the squatters can to afford. Since the squatter movement began in March More than 175 poor families have broken into vacant buildings using crowbars and sledgehammers. Most of the squatters Are puerto Picans and dominicans the majority of the occupied buildings Are City owned among the several thousand structures taken Over from tax delinquent landlords or bought for Urban renewal. So far the City has not evicted the squatters from the municipally owned structures. In fact said a spokesman for Albert a Walsh City housing and development administrator the City has helped connect water and other utilities for 30 squatters when it is time to demolish their buildings. Mayor John v. Lindsay a housing aides concede the shortage of Low income housing is a crisis Here. A there Are 130,000 families on the waiting list for Public hous ing a a said Walsh a aide a i can to dramatize the Low income hous ing crisis any better than in other Urban areas such As Chicago Detroit los Angele and Philadelphia authorities it port drifters and hippies occasionally move into abandoned buildings. But Only Boston has had a squatter movement Simiti it to the one Here. Three times last a All poor families a liberated a apartments in abandoned build nos. Police evicted them using ear Gas. Rivera explained his plight he said the Large Low rent apartments he could find were a not decent falling apart with making water and rats and Friend told me there was a group breaking Down doors and liberating City buildings fixing the plumbing doors windows painting he continued. A we had to be the leaders the first night we slept on the floor with no electricity no Gas. No water no tubs no toilet bowls. All we had was a Candle in front of each door. A we liberated toilet bowls and sinks from other vacant buildings. Some people bought their own stoves second hand for $10 or $15. A it was very rough this Fel see squatting Page 14 budgets and All predict deficits unless new sources of Revenue Are fou Iid. Al it Baltimore st. Louis and Cleveland spending will not out Page Revenue because the cities Charters done to allow deficit spending but the charter requirement makes their financial woes no less serious than the others. Two main reasons Are Given by City officials for the financial crib is inflation and movement to the suburbs. A a Quot National inf Jim on a says mayor John v. Lindsay of new York a relent Yeagly drives up operating costs for the a Tyr As Weir As for every one of our citizens with no setup in of the growth of the suburbs c. Erwin Piper los Angeles City administrative officer says a it Quot ours is the problem of All Core cities that have to provide services for adjoining bedroom communities. You just can to Stop because the fire is across the Street on the other Side of the line unfortunately these towns take advantage of our a a in a sorry of god she says by Linda Deutsch associated press writer los Angeles apr screams pierced the darkness. Linda Kasabian said As a Man blood streaming from his wounds stumbled from actress Sharon taters Hilltop mansion across the Lawn. A we looked into each others eyes for a moment and i said in a sorry. In a sorry. Of god make it inst jilted her to follow the orders of his lieutenant Charles a a text Watson then he sent Watson mrs. Kasabian and two other girl followers on a Midnight Mission which ended at the Home of miss Tate 26, a blonde pregnant movie Star mrs. Kasabian testified that she saw Watson shoot to death the first victim Steven Parent 18, a visitor driving away from the House and Stab and beat to sobbing into her hands the death Wojeiech Trykowski 37, when mayor roman s. Gribbs of Detroit took office in january be was told the City faced a $60-million budget deficit unless it found new Revenue sources the mayor then asked the state legislature for permission to increase the City income tax and to Levy an excise tax Petite Green eyed mrs. Kasa1 Bian testified tuesday that she saw two persons slain at miss taters Home aug 9 and heard the screams of three other victims pleading for their lives. A i heard a Man scream out a no not and then i just heard screams. I done to have any words to describe Bow these screams were it was just unbelievably horribly mrs. Kasabian cried. The Sandy haired 21-year-Oki Mother of two told her version of the Bloodbath As she testified at the murder conspiracy trial of shaggy haired cult Leader Charles m. Manson 35, and three women followers. Mrs. Kasabian said Manson a polish born guest whose body was found later on the Lawn. Mrs Kasabian said it was Trykowski she encountered on the Lawn and at one Point after he had fallen he tried to get up and a Tex hit him on the head and was stabbing him in the Back. I done to know Bow Many times he Juat kept doing it and doing it and doing it still weeping. Mrs. Kasabian told of seeing one of Manson s co defendants Patricia a a Katie Krenwinkel 22, knife raised saying night go in Clad Abigail Ger 26, across the Lawn As Folger a Coffee company heiress also died outside the i see Tate Page 14 re
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