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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - July 30, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather scattered afternoon and even to thundershowers through f ortday. High to 90� lows Washington daily news if you do not got your paper. Dial. 1m6xi4s Between 4 1ft and o clock and one 11 be a the liver de to Nus established 1909 twelve pages Washington Matth Carolina thursday afternoon july 30, 1970 daily except sunday new statistical mural of . Emerges As �?T70 census comes in do. Transit problems 205 million fare hikes spark take Over Call americans by Lee Byrd associated pres writer Washington Iasi a by if accumulates in the body and kills environment crises senators probing Mercury pollution users to file report in . Raleigh api state pollution control officials say they Are testing the effluent from 21 firms which might be discharging Mercury into North Carolina s streams. The list of firms was attached to a letter sent by gov. Bob Scott to the Secretary of the Interior Walter Milt i outlining Steps the state1 will take to identify and control Mercury pollution in its Waters. Potentially polluted Rivers also were1 muted. The firms University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Piedmont natural Gas co. Of Charlotte Dixie Neon Supply House of Charlotte Carolina. Power Light co. Duke Power co. Riegal paper corp of Riegelwood j Allied. Chemical corp. Of Riegelwood Alber Marle paper co. Of Roanoke rapids Weyerhaeuser co. Pulp dive too at new Bern and Weyerhaeuser co. Of Plymouth. The Mead corp. Of Sylva peach tree products of Murphy James Lee -ghwmpll4t84iiiiftlittl i a .1� play Good Champion papers inc. Of Canton. Dayco corp. Of Waynesville american Enka corp. Of Enka. Sates bilt Maro ble Cheries of Taylor instrument co of Asheville e. L de Nemours Oft. Of Brevard Cranston print works co. Of Fletcher Andolin corp. Of Pis gah Forest. The potentially polluted Rivers and streams were listed As the. Cape1 fear lumber French Broad none hypo Catawba Broad Roanoke Scott Creek Piegon Davidson. Little River Hominy Creek and Richardson Creek. The names of the 21 companies were compiled by the Federal water Quality administration from lists of Mercury buyers. Letters have been sent to these firms asking them to de scribe the processes in which they use the Mercury and Tell whether the Metal is discharged in the firms waste Waters. The governors letter said that All plants found to be polluting will a Askot kit submit plans see n. Cd a Page 12 military Reform joint chiefs May lose some status Bank asks to Opena 1 a a a it Branch Here first citizens Bank a Trust company North Carolinas fourth largest banking system has filed application with the state banking commission for the establishment of a Bank in Beaufort county in the area of Washington according to an announcement today by Lewis r. Snow holding president. The Home offices of first citizens Bank k Trust company Are in Smithfield. Or. Holding said today that the proposed Bank for Beaufort county would be in the general area of 15th Street and Highway 17. Option 6n suitable property has been taken in that area be said. First citizens Bank k Trust company now operates in 54 communities in North Carolina with 142 branches. The Bank has resources in excess of 1465,000,000. The application before the state banking commission is expected to be acted upon at the next regular meeting to be held in Raleigh on september 23-24. A decision is expected at that. Time. By Fred s. Hoffman associated press writer Washington a Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird appears willing to adopt a Blue ribbon panels recommendation to Cut the joint chiefs of staff out of military operations. But Pentagon officials said wednesday Laird is unlikely to act until he has consulted All uniformed service Heads civilian secretaries of the army Navy and air Force and key members of Congress the defense chief also was described As unlikely to override any major congressional opposition to the plan. The proposal was one of 113 recommendations made recently by the White House appointed panel that urged stronger civilian control Over military affairs. Laird is expected to adopt a substantial part of the panels recommendations. The proposal to create a powerful new civilian Deputy Secretary for operations and a special military staff under him could create a clash with the joint chiefs. Some senior military men see the Dan As a move to downgrade the chiefs although the nations top military Leaden would retain their statutory functions As strategy advisors to the president and the Secretary of defense and their roles As Heads of the services. See Laird Page 12 fare increase a by the largest free Enterprise mass transit Lys Tern in the nation has sparked burgeoning outcries for Public takeover of the line its a matter of eight cents---32 to 40 per ride enough to pit i i ti1h Pilli la ammo. Roy Hall against the District of Columbia government Black leaders several members of Congress and his own. Drivers Chalk a wealthy yorker claims the month old fare boost is necessary to keep the system solvent critics say the move discriminates against the poor Fetn Quot a fid 1 the Black who make up the overwhelming majority of riders the Rev. Douglas Moore of the Black United front declares a we intend to break the Beck of that Bandit Rompa by a the but add several other groups vow civil disobedience campaigns aimed at retraction of the increase and ultimately Public ownership the Rev Walter Faun Troy former City Council vice1 chairman and one time aide to or. Martini Luther King jr., has urged sympathizers of the coalition against d. C. Transit to pay Only 2s cents for fares and go to jail before paying the rest there have been several Arresta. The but and the student by Carl c. Craft associated press writer Washington api a senators probing the geographical scope of Mercury pollution have been told Remote Region of american Are contaminated by the poisonous residues. A we May now be experiencing the greatest environmental crisis in our history a said sen. Philip a. Hart d-mich., chairman of a Senate environmental subcommittee. The deadly Mercury compounds even have been discovered in Vermont a Silver Lake an isolated body of water located atop a Mountain and accessible Edv by foot or four wheel drive vehicle the panel was told wednesday. Sen. Winston l. Prouty a it said the Lake located deep in a National Forest a has no Industry whatever. But it does have Mercury Vermont is not heavily industrialized has none of the chemical plants usually identified As prime polluters and uses almost no Mercury based agricultural compounds Prouty said. See Mercury Page 12 40 perish in series of quakes government association at fed eral City College have contracted with a charter firm to a a a it it has wed and Ift it bound Tripa a Day. Rides Are free but the charter firm is charging but t4,2m a week., raised through Church and in i visual donations another protest move Calls for riders to pay Ihu in Tares in peo Mes d c. Transit wont say How much effect he various tactics have had but hold firm on the fare increase mayor Walter Washington. City Council the d. C democratic party organization and the but also have carried the1 fight to the courts and Congress they be had Little Success even though the Senate hat approved a Public buyout. The proposal remains bogged however. In the House District comm it tee where chairman John l Mcmillan. . Says a was Long As we can get someone to operate. In a against Public expected ownership and he adds a whoever owns it we re going to have higher fares Quot perhaps but the mayors of fice us investigrt11ng the paws i it ii ity if paying the line interim selective subsidies for poor am aged persons As now is done for school Ennaree. To lower men fares r Quot a i m., e i ssi is >11u Ett Raleigh Apiu s District judge Algernon Butler has ordered the Franklin county school system to assign teach ers to that they Are in the same Black White ratio in each school As the entire systems pit pit ratio Homework called a must in getting new Industry Durwood Kirby Wynn new Aurora principal appointed the Beaufort county Board of education last night named Durwood Kirby Wynne As principal of Aurora High school. Wynne a teacher at Aurora for the past eight years and coach for the past four years will succeed Ross Lane who resigned Wynne son of or. And mrs. Jesse Wynne of Washington attended Washington High school and received his . Degree at be amp to Carol inti University in 1962. He has done graduate work with the assistance of the National science foundation scholarship see school Page 12 Community i it it must background their requests for Industry if they expect to get results in their efforts to attract Job providing Planta. Bob leak administrator of the Commerce and Industry division of the North Carolina department of conservation and development said Here wednesday. A too Many communities Call and ask us to help them get industries without first doing their Homework a the states top Industry Hunter declared he added that Industry cannot be had this Way. Leak s reference to Homework was to a the preparation of data needed in making an evaluation of the Type of Industry needed and the kind that the area can support leak made the comment at a meeting of the Commerce and Industry officials on a visit to the local Cai office. The committee and Agency officials stopped Here during a two Day tour of the state. Leak also noted the availability of Waterways for transportation in the area and said this should be an asset in seeking Industry. A you have that not too Many communities by a of dared. A noting tie waterfront. Location of Washington which is located on the 1 Tarn i Ico River. The group flew Here from Raleigh Early wednesday morning and was hosted at a breakfast meeting at the Washington yacht and country club by the Washington chamber of Commerce members later visit<-4 j. A Hackney and sons manufacturers of bodies for beverage trucks. Hackney was picked for the visit because it is a locally owned Industrial Plant which is planning expansion into other states a reverse of the Normal pattern for North Carolina Industry purpose of the visit was to review and inspect the working operations of regional c61 offices and to visit with existing Industry to get an Outlook on current business problems the group hew from Washington to Whei it member were sche4led to visit the regional a amp to it fice there another Stop was scheduled later today to Lumb Ron a Visita Are scheduled today in Salisbury and Brevard Fott Vitam priv of associated press w i iter washing it a i a t a new statistical mural of a changing nation is emerging As the census Bureau forges ahead in its count of. An estimated 205 Mil tio it people so far. The Bureau said wednesday. Ill.34ft.2ft7 have lies. Officially i minted but that figure is updated every Day As More local offices close and re Posl the a totals to Washington. Forty no state Are Complete. At least in preliminary form and five report fewer people than than did 10 years ago when the last it Rusus was taken. The major change however is in then ties almost every report documents the flight of the population from the Central Cut Tes to the suburbs of the 44 areas reported so far a Central cities actually1 lost population and Moat of the a a other 2� gained Leas than their surrounding suburbs most major cities and the largest of the states except Texas have not yet been completed in new York a ity for example the Bureau had difficulty finding enough enumerators to Contact people who had not returned their forms by mail Newark mayor Kenneth Gibson went from door to door accompanied by reporters and photographers to dramatize the importance of the census of the completed states population declines were shown in Mississippi North Dakota Nith Dakota West Virginia and Wyoming st Louis is the largest City for which preliminary figures Are available and it showed a de Iset census. Page ii new York maintains Alert Tehran apr at least 40 villagers were killed and More than 70 injured today when a series of Strong earthquakes Shook an area of about 20,000 Square Miles near the soviet Border first reports from the Region said # a there was heavy damage to Bridges and Telephone lines and the final toll will not be known for some time. But the red lion and Sun Iran a equivalent of the red Cross said the Region is thinly populated and a report that several thousand were killed was a inaccurate and an official of the red lion and Sun said Many of the villagers live in round dome shaped huts with Straw roof a Type of construction that would reduce a a see quake Page 12 county native Dies in Beech Island s. C. Funeral services for Hilton n. Johnson of r-2 North Augusta s. C. Beech Island Community will be conducted Friday afternoon at 5 00 of clock from the Wesley Chapel United methodist Church. The Rev. James Gilliam will officiate. Burial will follow in the churchyard with masonic rites. Or. Johnson age 49 years was a native of Pinetown but had made Beech Island Community his Home for the past 17 years serving As Beech Island Community magistrate for the past seven years. A a he was the son of the late Charlie and Laura Waters it see Johnson Page 121 striptease method visitors learn English easy Way by Rodney Pinder associated press writer London apr curvy Sandra Freeman takes off her clothes once a week to help foreign visitors learn English. Its called educational Thea ter and the motto is a we aim to entertain and to stimulate Sandra a 24-year-old actress who Calls herself fifi for school hours Stripe Down to her Black lace Bra and panties As part of a British broadcasting corp. Experiment. She and other members of the English teaching theater company take the stage of a 156-seat theater once a week to give a two hour lesson in English to foreign visitors who pay 72 cents each. The curriculum plays to packed houses to the tune of a the stripper a a Sandra teasingly Casta off one garment after another while Jeremy Harrison in mortar Board and academic gown spells out the name of each piece of clothing on a blackboard. A she is now taking off her hat. She is now taking off her dress. She is now taking off her stockings a a he intones a the audiences Are marvellous a a says Sandra a they often shout things to while 1 am stripping but its All in Good fun. There a nothing smutty about it a i was terribly nervous at Litchfield. A. Tha that Sall folks first. I had never teen a strip show so i went to a couple of dubs to see How the professional girls stripped. I now simply see strip Page 12 by the associated press new York City maintained a first level air pollution Alert to Day but ram in the City and else where along the Eastern sea firant had thinned the threat at the showers wednesday brought temporary Relief to new York. Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington but the stagnant air. Mass responsible for the pollution was not expected to move until the weekend. No immediate health Hazard was seen in new York or elsewhere although a smog a a advisory remained in effect in the nations capital and an air pollution warning was out for the state at Georgia mayor John v. Lindsay declared wednesday that air pollution in new York had reached crisis Levels and invoked the first stage of a four step pol i Tion control program. Under the measure City Gar Bage burning was reduced by 20 per cent and City hospitals and housing projects were told to prepare to shut Down incinerators if necessary. The Sama warning went to private landlords. Ultimately the program could Lead to Banning private autos from congested parts of the City but for the moment the mayor simply urged motorists to limit nonessential driving. Lindsay s action was unusual in that it was not preceded by the weather Bureau s issuing a warning of High air pollution potential. John Meyer forecaster in charge of the bureaus Rockefeller Center office said the conditions did not meet established criteria for such a warning because there has been some ventilation each afternoon during the six Days the situation has existed. Philadelphia City officials reported the pollution Index was at 6 wednesday Down from 7 on tuesday. A rating of 10 is serious and the City was considered nowhere near an Alert status in Washington persons with respiratory weaknesses were advised to limit their activities. Smog readings were expected to Peak again this morning. The Baltimore health depart Haze phase a Eye surm Ramg smog Over Manhattan a skyscrapers and Down to Street level in Brooklyn is the new York picture Over a period of Day. The department of air resources reports an average of .17 parts of per million part of air Threte tot parts above .10 parts considered hazardous to breathe. Ment said pollution Levels there had continued to drop from highs recorded monday. The air pollution warning issued tuesday by the Georgia health department for Atlanta and the Northern portion of the state was extended wednesday to include the entire state. The department has no Power to enforce crackdowns against polluters however andean Only see smog. Page 121
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