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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - June 2, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy East. Chance of it Kiuji afternoon and in inf Mumman Leewen my Moat of state Wedna Day. High in my Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. ,. Dial Manta list wow a to had 7 00 o clock and an wll Beds to tiered to you Washington. North Carolina. Tuch Gay a f e9nqqn Juni 2. I97q daily except sunday Nixon expected to approve Sale of additional planes to Israel War dissent commissioners begin work reaches move comes in response office rank of budget for 1970-71 _ to soviets to 14. Ii Iii Vitt i fill to lit f # f t j a roof it it Binea Wnok ground breaking ceremonies for a new Beaufort county courthouse were held monday afternoon in the building site on the North aide of second Street across from. The county agricultural building among those on hand for the occasion Are from left com Mise toners Linwood Clay ton. Onnie Boyd. Jack Swindell chairman Alton Cayton and coun Ltd attorney Billy Mayo. Rep Bill Roberson is in the foreground holding the shovel work on the new facility is get tire underway. Staff photo by Litchfield 56 graduate g52�?Ts May remain in Bath exercises d despite d Eadle Rath a fifty six seniors received their diplomas in graduation exercises Here last night. Or. Arthur d. Wenger president of Atlantic Christian College spoke to the graduates citing a concern for Quot your fellow Many As the necessary key for the attainment of Quot a full measure of Iov and a do i Ness that supersedes the Day that storms Croes your the educator stressed an appreciation for those who precede us Quot our neighbors a concern for conserving gods gifts the Art of. Give and take and a concern for the future and the generations Well never or. Wengert a address to the students was entered around the Quot dignity of human life and the importance of Equality among he was introduced by or. Clifton Toler who is Esea director for the Beaufort county schools and a former member of the Bath High school faculty. The exercises were opened by the Rev. Robert w. South who gave the invocation followed by Margaret Ann Davis with the Salut Atory. Following the address special music was presented by a group of Bath students under the direction of mrs. Delores Morgan. They Sang a this is the Day and Quot gee. In a looking Forward to the greetings from the Bath school committee brought by the Secretary mrs. Ida b Harrington preceded the presentation of awards by or. Jack l. Wallace principal. The awards and recipients were As follows typing Sharon Lynn Woolard Spanish Debbie Wallace history Nancy Thomas science Nancy Thomas commercial Sharon Lynn Woolard English Marilyn Askew mathematics Eddie Tsee Bath Page 8 by Frances Lewine associated press writer Washington apr the White House has raised the possibility b52 bombers might be used in Cambodia after june 30 if such missions Are Felt necessary to protect american troops in South Vietnam. But officials have ruled out any tactical air support for the South vietnamese in Cambodia after that deadline for the withdrawal of american troops. This word came As president Nixon worked on a cambodian Progress report to be carried on nationwide television and radio wednesday at 9 . Edt. Presidential press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler told reporters in san Clemente calif., monday All . Troops As Well As logistical and air support for the South vietnamese would be withdrawn from Cambodia june 30 As president Nixon had said earlier. But Ziegler emphasized that "u.s. Air action would be in relation to the Security of the . Forces in South Vietnam and he did not Rule out the use of the strategic bombers in this role. It was not known whether president Nixon would get into the question of air support or protective bombing in the wednesday speech. White House aides have said the 15-minute address will relate to accomplishments in the month old cambodian Campaign and will not produce any dramatic announcements or new decisions Nixon returned monday night from a four Day memorial Day Holiday in California working on his cambodian speech aboard air Force one on the Cross country trip. He planned to put in More time on it today after morning welcoming ceremonies and a meeting with visiting venezuelan president Rafael Caldera. 30.000 May be dead after quake by Fernando Quevedo associated press writer Lima Peru apr the peruvian government rushed Aid today to the 800-mile stretch of coastline devastated by a massive earthquake Over the weekend the confirmed death toll passed 1.00c, and expressed fear that As Many As 30.000 May have died. The quake sunday afternoon lasted Only 40 seconds but destroyed thousands of buildings and almost totally demolished a number of towns. Pilots of military observation planes reported entire villages a erased from the map by Earth slides or floods from andean Mountain lakes. Official figures put the number of known dead at 630 in Guaraz. 175 Miles North of Lima and at 200 at the port town of Chimbu the some 35 Miles to the Northwest. Reports from dozens of other peruvian cities raised the confirmed total of dead to More than 1,000. Government spokesmen said More than 200,000 persons were homeless with Winter setting in the Andes there was fear of pneumonia and other illness As sleet and rain plagued those seeking shelter Twenty army paratroopers from Lima were to be dropped today into Guaraz a City of 22.000 High in the Andes that suffered 95 per cent destruction in the quake. After the paratroopers established commune see quake Page 8 a it a a a / 1 baptists listen to Call Quot a. L for interracial marriages by George w Cornell a religion writer Denver apr with a plea for Unity from its president the big Southern Baptist convention today began its annual working sessions facing issues that threatened to explode into conflict. Under fire were the denominations social action Agency and recent publications offering modern critical analysis of some passages of the Bible. There also was a Call for accepting inter racial marriage an unusual note in the Southern based denomination whose 11.5 million members spread throughout the nation make it the largest protestant body in the United states. Christians a need to courageously seek persons of other races to mixed with and to marry a the Rev. Or. R. Lofton Hudson director of a my a mag Center in Kansas City told denominational educators. Gasps were heard in the audience. The conventions president the Rev. Or. W. A. Criswell of Dallas opened the meeting monday night with an Appeal for an end to dissection. But he called for conformity to statements of doctrine. A there will be no peace to us and no offer of Hope to a troubled world if we lose the doctrinal basis for the gospel we preach a he told the approximately 12,000 a a messengers from local congregations. They gave him standing applause. A when we cease to believe in Baptist doctrines we Are no longer baptists a he said. A we have become something his previous insistence on belief in the infallibility of the Bible recently led two Baptist professors to quit their University of Richmond teaching posts and this denomination. Other ferment has Arisen on the Issue. By Fred s. Hoffman a military writer Washington apr the Antiwar movement has reached the Beaufort county Board of commissioners monday began reviewing 1970-71 budget requests with the View of Kaying 4heu.� military officers corp s tentative figures before the end of calling themselves the con june final approval is expected corned officers movement by y about 25 Washington based officers mostly Navy men have banded together to provide a forum for what they say is growing disillusionment among their ranks with the Indochina War a Leader says the Small group is probably the first Antiwar organization at the officer level. A most of the Junior officers Are somewhat disillusioned about the War in Indochina it. . Phil Lehman a Harvard graduate with eight of Vietnam duty behind him. Told a reporter Lehman now in a Supply Billet Here said the group has broader concerns than the War a military Justice and what he called a the Quality of life in the the group report Nily has contacted other bases with favourable responses coming from California Florida and Rhode Island. The chief tool the organization uses to spread its views is a monthly newsletter. The first Issue of the newsletter distributed in april contended that . Policies had indications prior to the Start of the annual chore were that it would use a heavy Pencil on some items including the controversial work incentive and medicaid programs included in the social services budget mid some figures in the school . Court upholds Hackney the u. S. Fourth circuit court of appeals in a decision just released overruled a finding by the National labor relations Board that j. A. Hackney amp sons inc., local truck body manufacturer unlawfully discharged 41 production employees in july of 1966 in order to discourage a Union organizing Campaign the Norb had sought reinstatement of the discharged a turned an internal political employees and Back pay from the struggle into a nation destroying the of discharge. The circuit blood Baths in Vietnam. Methodist meet opens Greenville. . A methodists from the East and the Piedmont were told today that methodism Quot penetrates every facet of Community life and is a potent the comment was made by or. Leo Jenkins president of East Carolina University As he addressed an opening session of the 145th annual meeting of the North Carolina United methodist conference. Jenkins was among several speakers including Bishop Roy h. Short of Louisville ky., who gave the memorial Sermon. A a a memorial service honouring the ministers and wives who died during the year followed by holy communion closed the first morning session. The conference brings together ministerial and Lay delegates representing 850 local churches in 56 Eastern and Piedmont counties. Today a afternoon session was to be devoted to the ministry and tonight new ministers Are to be ordained. Bishop William r. Cannon of Raleigh is presiding Ever the sessions. The delegates will hear Duke University president Terry Sanford later in the week before the conference closes Friday with the appointment of ministers. Budgets budget requests from Alt departments totalled 3.600.000 but a considerable sum was expected to be trimmed off in an Effort to keep the lax rate mow the present $1 85 figure per 100 valuation one big item figuring ii the budget picture is an increase in anticipated Revenue from a reevaluation of property expected to increase property values by approximately 20 per cent Hoard of equalization hearings ended monday and these figures have not yet been filmed up the Board also heard a plea from mrs Betty by John m Hightower a special correspondent Washington a presi Dent Nixon alarmed Over the soviet military buildup in Egypt is Cipf Clad in the Neir i la Iii a director i of tic Beaufort.-. Future Sci Ilif Ini county social services depart men plead for More office space and received a report showing Thal five of 16 persons on the work incentive program Are now employed a received i tie mental health v budget asking i about 16 per cent Over 1969 70. Tideland Board split on Issue i a disagreement in the tideland mental heal tji Hoard of directors Over the question of whether the director of the regional clinic should to Virr the area surfaced at the june meeting of the Beaufort county Board of commissioners first indication of the division hot widely known outside official circles came at the presentation of the mental health budget and a Brief a a overview a of mental health program by Ralph me Coig director. Mccoig said a new Quot area concept developed for the state court ruling eliminates the requirement for either the charges stemmed from a Campaign by the International chemical workers Union in May and june of 1968 at the Hackney Plant the Union had sought to obtain enough support from employees of the company to Force an Norb supervised election. Such an election would decide if the Union would be recognized As the bargaining agent for company production employees. Apparently the Campaign was unsuccessful since no petition was Ever presented. Subsequently the company discharged 41 of its production employees in july of 1968 for a Lack of work the Union protested to the Norb and a formal complaint was issued by the Board against the company. A trial examiner for the Norb ruled in Early 1969 that the discharges were discriminatory and unlawful and he ordered reinstatement and Back pay As the remedy his decision was upheld by the full Norb. Hackney appealed the decision to the u. S. Fourth circuit court of appeals in Richmond a. The company admitted that the Union organization drive had taken place immediately prior to the layoffs and that it had legally sought to discourage it. But it contended that the layoffs were necessitated by economic factors. It contended that under the circumstances the company was the sole judge of what course of action to take. Further the company asserted that the see Hackney. Page 8 growing mental health program Here and the construction of a new facility Here during the next year makes it highly desirable that the director live Quot in the Region Hodges said or. Dave Tayloe also agreed with this stand and a letter from or. Tayloe stating this position was read. The local doctor had tendered his resignation from the Board earlier in the Day without explanation a Between Mccoig. Broome and Hodges disclosed that the Vole on permitting my would give regional comics a the Coig to move to Raugh had been one Here a greater role in the 7 to 3. Statewide program linking it closer to Cherry Hospital in Goldsboro and the state Agency in Raleigh while providing broader out patient care Here. He Ais presented budget figures showing a proposed 16 per cent increase for the coming fiscal year. Mccoig said the five county tideland clinic is now serving More than 600 persons. He pointed out that the new area concept is different from the original Community Type program administered Here with stronger state wet but a broader local program aimed at greater out patient care. He also said the new mental health facility set to be built Here with county state and Federal funds and linked to the Beaufort county Hospital facility should be a great asset to the Region and will impose new responsibilities on the local Agency Walton Broome of Aurora chairman of the mental health Board praised the work of Mccoig and said he would be hard to replace. Note was made of a 4,000 increase in pay included in the budget for Bun during the next fiscal year. After the presentation by the chairman and director. Harry Hodges or. Of re 3, Washington a mental health Board member arose to express i support for the a revised budget Quot figures. But Hodges said he did not support permission Given Mccoig to move his residence to Raleigh Hodges said he Felt that the the tideland mental health Hoard is composed of if members including five from Beaufort four from Martin four from w Ashington and three each from Hyde and Tyrrell voting with Hodges and or. Tayloe in opposition to the director moving out of the Region served by the clinic was Ralph Hunter of Plymouth Broome defending the action approving Mccoig s move said it was by majority vote which he described As a democracy Ufi action Quot Broome also said Mccoig was a top administrator and if would Hurt the program Here to lose him. He said if the move did not work out it would be up for review in 12 months and could be changed at that time Mccoig explained his request for permission to move to Raleigh As a a personal birth and death or. And mrs James e. Hardisonjr. Of Kemp Sille Road Norfolk va., formerly of Washington announced the birth and death of their daughter on a Friday May 29 funeral services saturday at Oakdale cemetery by the Rev. Jerry Smith. Y 7 surviving in addition to its parents Are its paternal grandparents or. And mrs James e. Hardison of it. 1 Hardison and maternal Grandfather. Garland c. Tice of Hudnell Street. More combat planes to Israel and announce resumption of diplomatic efforts to defuse the tense Middle East situation Nixon to due to announce his decision As soon As an administration review of the Middle East situation has been completed the president ordered the fresh evaluation six weeks i go after russian fighter pilots started flying missions inside Egypt a move Nixon considers ominous the administration came under new pressure monday to sell planes to Israel when a letter signed by 73 senators was delivered to the state department by Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott we believe the i tilled states should now announce its intern lion to provide Israel the air Craft it so urgently needs for its defense a the senators urged Scott said such action by the t ruled states would be a com ble response to the soviet Esca lation of the Middle East conflict a it he also presented asst Secre. Tary of state David m Abshire a copy of a joint Resolution to be introduced today that blames the use of soviet pilots and mis tile site technicians for increasing i asks in he Middle past the letter signed by the Sena tors reached the administration coincident with a growing feeling among Nixon policy makers that a forceful american response is Necea aary it should embrace not Only More weapons for Israel the policy makers report but also a isee Senate Psge 8> mrs. J. B. Rowe Dies monday Pikeville mrs Dollie p Rowe age 82, a former resident of 706 Charlotte St. Washington died at the Home of her daughter. Mrs John Edmundson it. 1, Pikeville monday night at 11 45 following a critical illness of several months mrs Rowe had been in failing health for the past several years and has been making her Home a with her daughter since 1963 she was born in the Aurora Community in August of 1887. Daughter of the late Samuel p Purser she was a member of the White Hill free will Baptist Church and married to John b Rowe of this Quot county who preceded her in death May 8. 1963 a a she is survived by one son John r Rowe of Aurora and one daughter mrs John Edmunds n of Pikeville three Grai d a a see Rowe Page 8> baptists traditionally have stressed individual Liberty of conscience and Freedom from fixed creeds however Southern Baptist statements of Faith of 1925 and 1963, declare that the Bible a has god for its author and a truth without any mixture of error for its several Baptist professors have pointed out that the statement also makes Clear it is not to be imposed As any required test of Faith. A a sometimes we Are told that the Cardinal doctrine of the Baptist Faith is soul Liberty Freedom of conscience the right to believe anything Quot or. Criswell said. He decried this View As the same As that held by infidels. Meanwhile a group called the a a affirming the Bible Confer Encey took shape to Prew for tighter controls to curb alleged a Liberal influences a appearing see baptists Page 8� plea to puritans 7 a a push patriotism Bath a Bath puritans last night heard a plea by the Secretary of Puritan National for increased emphasis on patriotism. T. V. Downing declaring that puritans seem to be one of the last bulwarks against a tide Bent on carrying the nation Down the Road to decay and destruction urged local members of help direct the future of Amica. Downing spoke As members of the Bath club held their first meeting in their new spacious club House near Back Creek warning against the clangers of centralized government and socialist trends the speaker said a a fight for Freedom should be one of Hurt tank a greatest assignments. It should be our Mission a cause Worth working and fighting for the lord put us nere for a purpose he raised up this mighty Republic to be a Home of the free and a land of the Brave. A yes Puritan has a great Mission. We have a big Job to do. Will we a Rise to the occasion our american Way of life was conceived and mainly developed by men and women with their roots in the Rural Community. If it is saved from going the Way of other great nations it will be because men and women from the Rural communities of America will it so and Are willing to work and make the necessary see puritans Page 8 Bishop Downing Ano Boyo f
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