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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - June 3, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather i Washington Davit news if you do not got your paper. Dial Mtawa Tufenk 10 on 7 00 o clock and am Wal to do Tiv Rod to you established 1909 Turve pages Washington. North a fat Nowr a. A Ltd a daily i Xci to sunday Wallace wins his bid in Alabama by Carl p. La Imdorf a political writer George c. Wallace hoi won his bid to recapture Alabama s governorship the Likely prelude to another presidential race in 1172�?and Jeta Unruh claimed the democratic nomination against gov Ronald Ragan of California presents booklets Walton Broome chairman of the tideland mental he 1th Center Board of directors fourth from left presents copies of a new Booklet composed by the Center entitled Quot alcoholic education a teachers guide Quot to George Taylor chairman of the Beaufort county alcoholic beverage control Board second from left. Looking on. From left Are Bob Fowle county Abc supervisor r. H. Bishop Abc Board member and Ralph Mccoig administrative director of the tideland mental health Center staff photo by of Tcheki alcohol education summer program Booklet prepared slated the tideland mental health Center has composed and is distributing a Booklet Quot alcohol education a teacher s guide to be utilized by teachers As resource material and information concerning relevant facts needed to implement alcohol education in the schools the guide contains statements of objectives of alcohol education facts about alcohol and alcoholism suggested emphasis to be placed on alcohol from Grade one through 12, and a listing of materials including books booklets pamphlets periodicals is my films and filmstrips available for teachers and students at the tideland mental health centers Library at 106 Highland drive Here. Approximately 100 copies of Quot alcohol education a teachers guide have been distributed to Abc boards county commissioners school superintendents Public health departments and departments of social services in Beaufort Hyde Martin Washington and Tyrrell counties state and regional mental health officials and local mental health and alcoholism centers throughout North Carolina. The tideland mental health Center has already received requests for additional copies from the alcoholism division of the North Carolina department of mental health and Community mental he Alfh centers. Teachers in the counties served by the tideland mental health Center will receive copies of the guide at the beginning of the 1970-71 school term to be used As a supplement to the existing alcoholism education program. The booklets were made possible by the support of the Abc boards and county commissioners of Beaufort Hyde Martin Tyrrell and Washington counties the North Carolina department of mental health and division of alcoholism of the North Carolina department of mental health. Quake Rescue Hurt by bad conditions the Washington City schools under title 1, Esea will sponsor a six week summer kindergarten program for All children entering the first Grade in the City school system next year. The program will be conducted at Eastern elementary school beginning on monday june 5 and ending on Friday july 24. It will operate from 6 90 . Through 12 so ., monday through Friday. Transportation will be provided and each child attending will be served lunch. There will be no Cost to parents for this program school officials say the kindergarten program will be an educational experience designed to help the child be better prepared to enter the regular school program next fall. They add that most of the activities provided will be for the purpose of better orienting the child toward the More formal school setting. A the kindergarten experience provides the of see head Start. Page 12 Row first primary loss promptly celebrated his Victory in tuesday s democratic Runoff Over incumbent Albert p. Brewer by demanding president Nixon Quot give us Back our schools nearly Complete returns give Wallace 542,154, Brewer 510 442. In California. Unruh a slimmed Down version of the Man known As a big daddy while speaker of the states Assembly in the mid Lmos easily outdistanced mayor Sam Yorty _ of los Angeles Reagan was unopposed for Republican Reno ruination. That states Battle of two Antiwar democrats saw rep John v. Tunney. Son of former heavyweight boxing Champion Gene Tunney ahead of rep. George e. Brown jr., who once threatened to launch impeachment proceedings against president Nixon because of the . Attack into Cambodia. School bus car mishap hurts 3 three Young school children complained of pain or momentary unconsciousness Early this morning after a school bus collided with a passenger car at the Corner of fifth and Market Street at 7 50 . The three students carried to Beaufort county Hospital for treatment were Kathy l. Raw and Jeannie Chauncey of Cherry run Road and Novella kenrwft., ? fat. 2, City. The police recoil indicated there was no visible sign of injury. Lee ardies Godley jr., 17, Driver of the bus was headed East of fifth St. In the right Lane. William w. Allison age 57, City Driver of the Auto was headed West on fifth in the left Lane Allison made a left turn South on Market St. And failed to yield right of Way causing the collision according to the police report which charged him with failure to yield damage to the bus was put at $100. Damage to the Auto was estimated at $1000. President will address nation tonight on War political solution speech soviet Union agrees talk 0n Cheis 0f needed to ease mid East Senate Vole by Lewis Buijck associated per i writer Washington apr the soviet Union has agreed to More talks with the United states in an Effort to find a political solution to the increasingly War like Arab israeli Confron Teflon. But the agreement under stood to have been reached Dur ing a 40-minute meeting tuesday Between Secretary of state William p Rogers and soviet ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin is not expected to Lead to any immediate settlement Lum Talao understood the soviet official refused to Dildo so any new background to the russian strategy in providing Pilota and increasing numbers of missile technicians to Egypt an earlier soviet response had been declared imprecise and unsatisfactory by american officials and this la teat refusal to go into More detail was expected to add to the pressure for a new Sale of warplane to Israel. Rogers called in the soviet ambassador to Tress the Quot ser Louii rii with which a regard the Mideast i situation part Ico Early because of the soviet Mill tary involvement Quot a spokes Man said Dobrynin agreed with the Secretary of state on the need for Quot renewed efforts toward achieving a political solutions to the Mideast conflict the spokesman added but the Kremlin envoy just returned from Moscow was tin Sec mid East. Page 12� Sanford o 1 Rte Speaks 1 o methodists Greenville n c. A Duke University president Terry Sanford said wednesday that unless methodists fully support their colleges in North Carolina the state might have to take them Over Quot and turn them into Trade schools Quot what do you think John Wesley the founder of methodism would thing of that Quot Sanford asked to an address to the North Camina United methodist conference. Referring to methodist College at car Olina Wesleyan College at Rocky mount and Lou is Burg College at Louisburg. Sanford suggested state takeover might be an alternative in considering the future of the schools if the Church does no to provide them sufficient financial support. These schools Are under the jurisdiction of the conference which covers the Eastern portion of the state. See methodists. Page 12 Impact of youth lobby in future by Carl c. Craft associated press writer Washington a the legions of Young people who came to Capitol Hill in the Wake of the . Attack into Cambodia to lobby for per fee have won Praise from congressmen few their performance but it will take Roll Calls on key Antiwar measures to calculate their Coo Quanta. If any an associated Presa Survey shows most senators and repro Senta Tives on both sides of the Indochina Issue credited the students at least for their conduct As for their goal of gaining powerful new allies the most encouraging word for the students came from one of their most enthusiastic backers. Sen. Alan Cranston a Calif Cranston claims at least two senators after visits by the youths switched and now favor an amendment to restrict future . Involvement in Cambodia he declined to name the senators. However Moat other senators and congressmen agree the Young lobbyists Impact can t really be determined until the votes Are counted according to Many of those who listened to the voices of Hunan is some estimate thou Sands of Young it was a Gener ally peaceful exercise in communication although not All the congressmen liked what they heard. Quot some were on a Ark Quot said rep. Silvio o. Conte. R mas., a Nixon War policy critic and Eup Porter of the Youthful Campaign Quot but Moat of them were very serious kids with lots of dedication. They re clean Cut Good looking however rep John a Rar ick d-la., who supports president Nixon on Vietnam said he met with Young people Here and in his Home state and found Quot no matter what you Tell them unless you agree completely with them they Are never satisfied try Lee Byrd a serrated press writer Washington a Preuit Dent Nixon goes on National television tonight to Issue an Indochina Progress a report just. Hours after a key Senate vote on limiting his future cambodian policy the Senate teat was on an administration backed proposal by Kansas Republican Robert j Dole designed to negate the Cooper Church Anfe dment that would bar funds for opera Tom in Cambodia after june 90 although defeat of the Dole proposal which called for allowing the president to use us. Forces in Cambodia a Long a american troops were held prisoner there had been expected the action reportedly would not affect Nixon a remarks scheduled for 9 Edt. The president set if speech after meeting with defense and military leaders Over the week end when he reportedly was Given optimistic accounts of the Mont hold cambodian Campaign the presidents Indochina policy also was under attack in the House today where Antiwar members argued for a rider to a Hill raising the National debt limit that they said was aimed at forcing a Aster withdrawal of . Troops from Southeast Asia i bulletin Washington api a the Senate today rejected a proposal to give the president a free hand in Cambodia so Long As communists hold americans prisoner there. The set Back for the admin Stratton came Only hours before president Nixon was scheduled to go before a National telex Slon radio audience with what is expected to be an optimistic Progress report on the Campaign in Cam Bodke a motorbikes scheduled in Hyde Swan Quarter mat Tam skeet school commencement plans were announced today. The commencement Sermon will beheld sunday june7, at3 Auf delivered by James m. Boa web whole currently serving As minister of the Edward and Middletown Christian churches. The in Wetton and will be Given by Rev. Haywood l. Martin minister of the mat Tam skeet methodist Dirge. Or. By web is a a Steve of Wilson and attended Atlantic Christian College and Drew see Hyde pegs 12 by Isaac a. Levi associated press writer Lima Peru apr bad weather and blocked roads continued to hamper efforts today to get Rescue workers into the earthquake shattered Huayllas Canyon High in the peruvian Andes. The towns of Bungay Carat and Guaraz in the Canyon were almost totally destroyed in the earthquake which rumbled through half of Peru sunday. Government officials feared As Many As 30,000 people were killed but broken communications still prevented anything like an accurate tally of casualties. In Bungay about 240 Miles North of Lima Only 2,500 residents reportedly survived out of the population of 20,000, a High government official said. Information director Augusto Zimmerman said Many people who ran into the narrow streets of the andean villages and towns were killed by falling rocks and debris from the Canyon Walla. A surging tide of water from Lake Llangan Uco added to the destruction. The air Force managed to drop a squad of 34 Rescue workers tuesday at Guaraz at the South Entrance of the Gorge. It followed up with several More Supply drops deeper in the Canyon and made a few evacuations before the dosed in. President Juan Velasco paid a Quick visit by Navy atop to Chimbu the about 250 Miles up toe coast from Lima and said he was shocked by what he Law. Art work by w. Toler summer festival Means fun together by de Walker. Or. Staff writer imagine a quiet elderly gentleman with Wisdom wrinkled brow perched atop a Small Cloud watching Over a City. For nine months he sees people running around in their own carefully protected circles seemingly oblivious to All others not immediately inside their Circle and Only grudging acknowledging the fact that there Are other circles. The old Man wants to lean Down and say Quot hey Stop just a minute and look around you at All those other but he does t he knows the Peele have to do that themselves. He knows How hard it is to do and ends duty for some sign that the people Are trying. His experience tolls him that Spring and Anmer Are his Best Beta to catch a glimpse of a City smiling. If the old mania looking and the people Are willing and ready toe City really has a Chance to smile beginning june 6 with the sixth annual Washington sum Mer festival. Quot the idea of a festival Quot according to Tom Boyd this years chairman Quot a to have a the fun of a festival is generated by people the chairman said. A we believe we have put together a week of events this year that Topa All other Yean. We have something that All can enjoy with events designed to excite the Spectator and Thom who want to participate. You can go to a Street dance see ski How run a sack race aae an Art show Aat flab sees boat Parale or see people listen team concert and much More. You can do most things with your family some things by yourself and everything with everyone in the Community Quot he continued. But a Tom and. The approximately so people he has worked with on the festival have stressed Quot our main idea is to provide opportunities for people to get together with a sense of Community and a purpose of sharing when asked about Why he chose to serve Tom replied directly to the Point. Quot i was asked Quot he said Quot i enjoy serving the Public and 1 believe you should serve when called upon and not when you want to. I get personal satisfaction from working with ill kinds of people a the chair idea Quot and Hope that the efforts of All of us involved we can spread this feeling so that All can enjoy it a he concluded. Mrs. Gretchen Cochran one of toe Many others involved in this year s festival also stresses the Community As the key to the festival As she says Quot a successful festival is indicative of Community spirit and cooperation that we share Here in Washington. This Community has taken great strides for Progress in the past few years and has proven its interest for a better place in which to live. All Organiza Tiona both Church and civic seem to have a spirit and a sincere desire to better our Quality of life for All our people. The summer festival a a time we can joyously share some of our talents and take a look at our Community at its beat Quot mrs. Louise Lane involved in the Art shows said it was really a matter of Loving Washington and each wanting to share in the Community. Tommy Campbell in charge of the Amateur Golf tournament emphasized the Broadness of the festival events and How it is hoped to involve everyone Ralph reapers perhaps summed up the feeling of those Active in this years festival when he said Quot i just Hope we can ail get away from our routines and enjoy these events by enjoying each a Complete schedule of events is printed on Page 12 of today a daily news. If toe people helping to put on summer festival to get their wish the old my sitting on the Cloud May set a City really smile. Banned from sidewalks Belhaven the Belhaven town Board of aldermen monday night voted to ban the Riding. Of motor powered vehicles on sidewalks Here and to ban the Riding of bicycles on sidewalks in the downtown area. The action was taken after the problem of motorbikes and bicycles on sidewalks was brought to the attention of the Board. A or Robert Cutler was sworn in As Alderman to fill the vacancy on the Board created when or. See Belhaven Page 12 bids higher than expected Swan Quarter a the Hyde county Board of education tuesday a Fiera Flemmi. Delayed accepting Low bids for a new school building it Ocracoke when figures ran $50,000 higher than expected. Low figures on the building which will inc Lude six classrooms and a medi Center totalled $201,000. School officials had hoped to got the Structure built for $150.000 meanwhile. Hyde county officials hoping to get a new building for Ocracoke. Will to looking for additional Money and exploring the possibility of making some change in the proposed Structure which will bring Coots within the Range of funds. The new Schoeni will replace facility
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