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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - June 1, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather male warm and Day with Chance of aft Moor and avanian a Bower fas it Washington daily news if you do not got your paper ,. Dol ms-s4& Between a so and 7 00 o clock Iid of wet w Ial or a to you established 1909 Washington no both cat Una monday afternoon Juht 1970 daily except sunday massive earthquake a hundreds in Peru a feared dead today cambodian Leader plagued by rumours a a Nixon Back to Washington on Cambodia by Joe Megowan or associated Preas writer Lima Peru apr hundreds were feared dead to Peru today following a massive earthquake that devastated communities a son mile stretch of the by John t. Wheeler associated press writer phenom penh Cambodia apr plagued by Public resentment and a torrent of rumours Gen. Lon Noil a cambodian government warned its critical today with a proclamation of martial Law. Martial Law went into effect without a full explanation of what it meant but diplomatic sources said the purpose was to formalize what is already going on and to warn critics of the Gog emment to keep quiet. Homes Are already being searched without warning or warrant. Military patrols already enforce a nightly curfew in phenom penh and in the Countryside. There were suggestions that the military would intervene to Speed up trials of those accused of any crimes connected with the War Effort. The government has been particularly concerned about the torrent of Rumora flooding phenom penh and a Trumor mongers Quot were thought to be me target rumours flourish in part because heavy press censorship permits Only glowing accounts of the cambodian army to appear in print. The cambodians like foreign observers Are sceptical of this because of the Large number of key provincial Capitate lost to the North vietnamese and Viet Cong and because the government considered the situation dangerous enough to accept help from South Vietnam a traditional enemy for centuries. When he deposed Prince Norodom Sihanouk As chief of state on March 18, the general wooed Public favor by citing Sihanouk a tacit permission to let North vietnamese and Viet Cong troops operate freely in Eastern provinces. To the Cam see Cambodia Page 1 7 drown in outer Banks rough sea Cape Cherry Speaks to Bath grads Bath a a Brethren i do not consider that i have made it my own but one thing i do forgetting what lies behind and straining Forward to what lies ahead i press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward Call of god in Christ Jesus a with these words from the 13th and 14th verses of the third chapter of philippians Captain Corbin Cherry an award winning army chaplain who was a former methodist pastor started his baccalaureate message to the 56 graduating seniors of Bath High school for 1970. The baccalaureate services were held in the High school auditorium at 4 00 . Sunday. To the processional music a Praise be the father a played by mrs. Annie Rae Jefferson the seniors entered the auditorium escorted by marshalls Judy Aline Woolard Durwood Allen Boyd Kerry David Cox Larry Mitchell Jarvis and Berenda Faye Paul. Mascots were Clara Robin Boyd and Dallas Ray Ormond or. See Bath Page 2 old car problem Elizabeth City . Apr at least seven persons drowned along North Carolina s outer Banks during the week end As thousands of people crowded beaches and camping areas for the memorial Day weekend the beginning of the areas vacation season. Authorities said Strong rip tides and rough seas contributed to the heavy death toll. Many other persons had to be pulled from the rough surf along the outer Banks three persons drowned sunday in the Ocean off Hatteras Island just South of Salvo. On saturday four persons drowned in the surf off dare county. The sunday victims were identified As Robert Howard Jones 35, of Glassboro . Donald k. Stephens 37, of Falls Church va., and spec. 6 Arlie David Lester 25, of it. Eustis a authorities said All three men drowned in the same area. Two of them were believed to have tried to Rescue the third Man when he was pulled out to sea by rip tides. Only the body of Jones was recovered sunday in search operations by the . Coast guard and the National Park service. The dare county victims were j. C. Rush 42, of Wood Bridge a. Mrs. Florence Scott see drownings Page 2 coast. Radio pan americana reported 140 dead in Huarac a City of 22.000 in the Snow capped Andes 175 Miles North of Lima the peruvian red Croas said 90 per cent of the Homes and a enter dal buildings were destroyed sunday in the quake and at least five after shocks. Some 35 Miles to the Northwest the slum Ridden coastal City of Chimbu the had at least 15 killed and terrible destruction officials reported. Chimbu the was a sleepy fishing Village until a few years ago but the new fish meal Industry has attracted thousands of indians to work to the factories. The peruvian geophysical Institute said the quake struck at 3 23 . Est with its epicentre 211 Miles Northwest of Lima and 12 Miles offshore from Chimbu the. The Institute said the tremor was 7.75 on the Richter scale and 8 on the me Cali scale intense enough to cause a grave Peru a last disastrous quake on oct. 17, 1986, killed 175 persons and left More than 3,000 homeless. It registered 7.5 on the Richter scale. Officials said it might be Days before an accurate assessment of deaths and property damage Cou l d be made. In Lima damage was slight and injuries few. One person died of a heart attack attributed to the earthquake. Litmans Are always aware of the possibility ova quake and generally react Well by seeking open areas or standing beneath reinforced doorways. But hundreds ran into the streets screaming As buildings began to Rock several dead were reported in Trujillo the heart of the sugar Plantation country and he site of a w. R. Grace chemical Complex 300 Miles Northwest of Lima. Considerable damage was reported in Para Monga the site of sugar refineries and plantations about 90 Miles Northwest of the capital. People fled in panic. In Chiclayo 400 Miles up the coast from Lima one person was reported dead of a heart attack and at least 40 injured. Building cornices Walls and a number of Church towers collapsed. Bulletin Washington apr the supreme court today gave Federal judges the Power to break strikes that Are called in the face of a no strike contracts. The 5-2 decision in favor of a California supermarket Chain reverses an earlier stand by the High court. The stated purpose is to encourage arbitration of labor disputes. Solution to Auto pileup is simply blow them up by Brian Sullivan a science writer in Yakima wash., a us. Army officer has come up with an answer to the problem of automobiles abandoned on Yakima streets blow them up. Jet col. James p. Johnson Deputy poet commander at the Yakima firing Range told a Community cleanup Campaign that the army would remove Auto bodes and haul them to the firing Range far target practice by army Tanka. So goes one More a mall step in the fight to said the environment a straggle marked by advances and retreats hut a continuing fit fat that shows no evidence cd having a pent itself in Earth Day last april 22. In Early May for a ample the Louie Harris polling organization found that in the relatively unspoiled state of Washington the environment had become one of the primary concerns of the residents. And a few Days after Earth Day the ecological society of America released a professional study urging establishment of a National Institute of ecology. The report supported by the National science foundation said such an Institute could be the focus of International ecological activity. A it would provide scientific data to guide the formulation of National and global strategies for effective environmental management and control a As intercut appeared to be gathering in the environmental movement ecologists counted some of their gains and kisses. Mrs. That a a news aaa Lyste by Carl p. Leubsdorf a political writer Washington apr the Senate s great debate on . Involvement in Cambodia so far has been neither great nor much of a debate. But it has been extended the polite term for a filibuster designed to keep the Sena to from a Voto. In the nearly three weeks of Debato Only three votes u a t it a Lively insignificant have taken place. Another two Days of talk Are in Prospect before wednesdays scheduled vote on the first real teat of strength a a an amendment by sen. Robert j Dole. K Kan. The Dole rider would delay enforcement of the pending Cooper Church amendment aimed at cutting off funds for us operations in Cambodia after july 1. Doles language would move that Date Back to such time As communists release All american prisoners in Cambodia. The initial vote however will probably come on an expected move by sen j w full night dark to table and thus kill a the Dole amendment. Still far off is a vote on the Cooper Church amendment itself. Its backers claim a Senate majority but administration forces fighting the proposal say they Are gaining strength before the Senate quit last thursday for the memorial Day Holiday it had spent 12 Days on the Cambodia Issue consuming 48 hours and 56 minutes with at least 67 speeches plus assorted other comments interject Ona and rejoinders. But very Little of the time was spent in actual debate. Most has been taken up by lengthy speeches to a virtually deserted chamber although democratic Leader Mike Mansfield has called Early to . Senate meetings some Days at least two of these promptly recessed for 17 and 44 minutes respectively be cause no senator wanted the speak. Lending credence to the with encouraging reports memorial service held Ajo Oakdale memorial services honouring the memory of our War dead were held saturday afternoon at Oak Dale cemetery in Washington Ashley b. Futrell gave the Eulogy for the War dead in which he said a their Choice was limited but if we could talk with them right now they would Tell us that they preferred to die and let Freedom live rather than live and let Freedom and he added a the very Freedom they died defending is the same Freedom we today Wiley Croom Rodman commander of american legion Post 15, presided Over the exercises to which the i Region the veterans of foreign Ware and the auxiliaries participated a Wreath was placed and a plaque Given by Paul funeral Home was accepted mrs Ruth Hudnell Wagner thanked Bonner Paul for making the plaque possible music for the occasion was furnished by the Washington choral group under the direction of John Thompson the Rev Keith Marriner gave the invocation and the Benediction taps were played As the Flag was lowered memorial Day memorial Day exercise a Are held old glory is lowered m members of the american legion. Vow and auxiliaries look on. Pictured it to right Are mrs. R. L. Mohur Reuben Woolard. R. L mopier. And James Lack it kit to it it staff photo by Litchfield 71 receive commissioners get diplomas at Belhaven City school Belhaven graduation exercises were held for the John a Wilkinson High school class of charge by some Cooper Church m7u m the school auditorium on supporters hat administration Friday night. Seventy one a environmental advocates won what they consider a Victory with the announcement by the Federal water Quality administration of a Thermal pollution policy that would forbid dumping virtually any hasted water into Lake Michigan. The policy would affect seven planned Power plants industries and municipalities but president Nixon a assistant for consumer affairs Virginia Knauer reported a Federal Survey of Public water Supply samples showed that 90 per cent contained excessive amounts of germs and a the average amount of Dot in fish caught in Connecticut Rivers and lakes Bee decreased since air plane spraying 4b6e cars. Pow 1 forces intend to keep the Meas ure from a vote for Many week is the fact that of 13 longer than an hour 11 have been delivered by opponents Ervin Speaks Chapel Hill Al North Carolina sen. Sam Ervin or says College adminis tra tors a must not appease students who comment violent crimes or seek to obtain for them immunity from prosecution and punish he said the administrators must safeguard the right of students who wish to pursue an education in an atmosphere of peace by a expelling those who seek to disrupt by violent methods the educational Ervin made the statements sunday when he spoke to the old students club at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on the first amendment and the right of dissent ecu programs Greenville . A the president of East Carolina University says his school is almost ready to announce its first doctoral programs and that ecu will enrol its first class of medical students in the fall of 1971. Or. Leo Jenkins made the statements saturday at an alumni Day dinner both a two year medical school and doctoral studies were approved for East Carolina by the 1969 general Assembly. Graduates received diplomas opening the program was the singing of a America the Beautiful followed by the invocation by Chester Freeman a member of the senior class. The salutatorian Caroline Brinson gave her speech and the High school chorus saluted the seniors with special music a one Little candles and a graduation Day of. Duane Tolan class president introduced the Challenge speaker the Rev. Eugene Raymer pastor of the missionary Baptist Church of Belhaven. Or Raymer challenged the seniors to make this their commencement exercise a beginning run end. Scholarship awards were presented to the following students the Beta club scholarship was presented to Gary Boyd by c. G. Tinker president of the Beta club the student Council scholarship was presented to Wanda Whitaker by president Duane Tola the Brick Howard memorial scholarship Given by the Belhaven Lions club was presented to Annette Shoulars by club president r. H. Allen the Puritan club scholarship was presented to John Jefferson or. By John Fisher Sparrow Colon w. Mclean principal then recognized Mary Edom Sandra Windley Connie toppings and Albreth Hogan for having received scholarships Given by the Belhaven alumni association. John Wilkinson a member of the Beaufort county see Belhaven Page 2 a qty of Washington school budget reflect i n g i no Rea sed operating costs was presented to the Beaufort county Board of commissioners today by supt Jasper Lewis. Lewis told the commissioners that the current expense budget for the City schools next year totals 5349.104, up roughly 160, my from last year. The superintendent explained that while the figures Are higher they do not represent a request for new programs a they simple reflect an increase Cost of. Operating the schools a he declared. Lewis said a we feel this request represents the needs of the Washington school unit and is capital outlay requests totalled $121,520, including 60, pm for a storage and maintenance facility and $15,000 Tor materials for a physical education room adjoining the Washington High school gymnasium were also presented the superintendent said approval of reversion of any capital outlay surplus for the was gym addition could eliminate the request for funds for this proposed project he also indicated that a Swap of the mine la school property for the needed storage building could eliminate the $60.000 request for a storage shot building the Board will take the requests under advisement later two per cent reduction in the per capita allocation folic cloy system because of a drop in enrolment and attendance is expected to affect the final figures when county and Quot City school budgets Are acted upon the Board also received the resignation of dr., Dave Tayloe from the tideland Menta health clinic Fly Wiful a $2 an hour pay rate for election registrars and $1 50 an hour for election judges in heu of the present $30 a Day rate of pay. Approved payment of dues to the Southern Albemarle association and coastal Plains development association Church meet Flat Rock a delegates from 12 Southeastern states were scheduled to gather at Flat Rock today for the opening session of the general Synod of the association reformed presbyterian churches five Day annual meeting reports from 37 hoards and committees will be Given Dur ing the meeting and delegates will elect members to More than 25 Church boards and agencies a budget also will to approved. Will speak to Nati on by France Lew Ini associated press writer san Clemente Calif a it a president Nixon returns to Washington today with what he Porta on Camballa and Vietnam to relay to the nation in a Tele Vised address wednesday night. He got the word in a 21-. Hour briefing sunday at the Western White House from his two top asian commanders Gen Creighton Abrams supreme us commander in Vietnam and a do John s Mccain or commander in chief Pacific a they flew Here to give the president and top Wash gym military Leaden an up to Date Progress report on the month old Cambodia operation and How it will affect plans for withdrawing More Vietnam a the president was encouraged by this briefing a Deputy press Secretary Gerald Warren announced afterwards he turned aside questions on specific details explaining that the president wants a to make his own report in a 15 minute to talk Warren emphasized that president Nixon had no new or dramatic decisions or announcements to make regarding the Vietnam War. The june 30 deadline still standi Tec withdrawal of �11 i s troops Felt a Cambodia. Warren he 4djr4 that it is Dent cd we Pton to Sam my Quot. Thing about the time Lible for withdrawal of the is Jere troops he announced would come out of Vietnam by next Spang the to address at a time to be amx minced later will relate to the Progress of the operation against the. Eff Fly we a i in Odeon Border sanctuaries launched troops from april 99 and the Vietn Amita Ion program unde which the United states Hopes to turn Over More Battle respond Mottio to the South vietnamese the Columbia broadcasting system the american Broad cutting. Co. And the Mutual broadcasting system said they would broadcast the presiden tial address the National broadcasting co. Bad no immediate comment Nixon was ending a four Day memorial Day weekend stay at his Spanish style vacation Villa overlooking the Palt die. He planned to Fly Back to Washington from nearby Eltoro Marine n from nearby Eltoro Marine corps air station about 3 20 put tie military briefing was the highlight of an otherwise quiet Holiday weekend. A a the resignation of Stark a. Mollenhoff As a Nixon special counsel was announced saturday Mou Enhoff said be would Lerir Tii Post in mid july to be isee Nixon Page 2� eight primaries Gould add up to biggest political Day Art brightens City by Mary m. Toler daily news woman a editor the Beaufort county tech Art students mrs. Dot Rawls instructor literally painted the Coper of Market and main streets in downtown Washington saturday and sunday with a wide colourful variety of Art work displayed at the Wachovia Bank Corner. Practically everyone pkg the Busy intersection stopped to View the show pointing out which hey used Best and there were lots of a a whishes for there were lots of subjects there were so Many paintings one could not possibly name the Best in the show even from a Layman a View. A but the comment on the Over All show was made by one who does know Art and his remarks were a a colourful display of artistic Endeavor. A variety of techniques were in evidence entered around several Basic subject concepts including landscapes seascapes figures and still use motifs. It is a fascinating insight As to How local Artista chose to communicate moods values and aesthetic see Art 1 by Jerry t. Baulch associated press writer eight primaries set for tuesday add up to the biggest political Day so far in this fast building Campaign year with the Fate of George c. Wallace a third party presidential Hopes at stake in Alabama s gubernatorial Runoff. Attention also will focus on Senate primary voting in California new Jersey Montana and Mississippi and party balloting for candidates for Gover. Nor in California new Mexico and South Dakota House seats in All eight states will be up for grabs As Well in Alabama Wallace faces incumbent. Gov. Albert. Brewer who Defeated him in the initial democratic primary last month by 11,763 votes but failed to build the necessary majority. Wallace faces a Tough shot since no candidate finishing second in the initial primary has Ever won an Alabama gubernatorial Runoff. Tuesday s Winner is nil but assured general election Victory since the republicans have indicated they will have no Cyndi Date in the fall several factors Are at work in the Wallace Brewer Runoff including the 30,000 voters registered since the May 5 election the potential Impact of the nearly 150,000 votes cast last month for the no. 3 finisher Charles Wood and the race Issue \ Brewer received the Lions share of the state Large Black minority in May am Walit eke has made much of this a negro bloc vote in an Effort to pick i up More of the White vote particularly among Woods a Divah id the 500,000 registered voters who stayed at Home in the first round. _ 1 a Wallace defeat would put a serious Dent in any plans he has to build from his 1968 third party presidential try for a stronger bid in two years. In California polls rate los Angele mayor Sam Yorty an underdog in his Batik with former Assembly democratic Leader Jess Unruh for the party a nomination for governor. Republican gov. Ronald Reagan is Knop poach for his party1� nomination for a a one four year term. A or Quot Quot Quot also to California polls show see primaries rag a a
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