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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather rur Aday Tomt with Ess Washington daily news i a to of can if Yoo do no get your paper. Dial m8-ii48 Siwwi it m Man 7 of o clock and on will be 6m-uvrd in my 1909 fight a gel Washington nos in tuesday att Snoen. Junt 9, 1970 Oaky in capt sunday communists Slack Italy a coalition boosted by voters a. Asm government Bond "3 theft w widespread by James h Polk _ 4marlaud press writer Washington a theft of government securities has become so widespread that some insurance firms have walked at covering . Treasury Bonds the Federal Reserve Board says losses reached $20 million last year for Banks in new York City alone. Wall Street brokerage firms were hit hard also the Board said. The Fri keeper of the Only full list of which securities Are stolen won t make its data available to Banks that May be confronted with a suspicious Bond the Board told Congress the report was sent privately from the Federal Reserve Board to a House investigating subcommittee. A copy was obtained by the associated press the Board made no mention of mafia involvement in the rash of thefts from the Multi Bil Iton Dollar flow on Wall Street of Treasury Bills Bonds and notes a each a Type of loan to the government that can be cashed in or sold but it said insurance firms have been hiking their fees for covering the government Bonds in Wall Street hands since last fall and. In several cases have refused to furnish any More Protection. The theft losses last year were substantially higher than any other year in history the report said it cited the $13 million Digap it see securities. Page 8� Way is cleared a v a i to seek bids v vacancy a a amp my pm. A on school Board filled Charles Hester North Carolina probation officer was last night appointed to the Washington City Board of education. Or. Hester fills the vacancy left by the resignation of Clay Matthews who moved out of the City. Re appointed to the Board of education were or. Zeno Edwards jr., or. Henry Stevenson and h. Reid Mitchelljr. Other appointments included planning Board appointed William f. Roach and reappointed Leon Randolph or. Enlarged Board of adjustment appointed Charlie Manning and reappointed Roland Modlin. Turner Library Board reappointed mrs. L. B. Spencer recreation commission appointed Walter b. Gerard and Edward Wyatt or. _ Board of adjustment a reappointed sunny Swain. Good neighbor Council Edward Wyatt or. Code of review Edward Wyatt or. Or. Wyatt was appointed to fill vacancies left by the resignation of Wilfred Wells former City manager Here. Night plans the City Council last approved the architects for two new recreation buildings Here. The action clears the Way for advertising for bids for the new facilities bid figures will be sought on several alternates. Guy Wilson has been employed As architect for the project. Washington voters approved a $223,000 Bond Issue for the building program on nov. 4, 1969. The Council also approved a taxi fare rate increase effective june 15. The new schedule sets up a single City zone to replace the three zone schedule now in effect. The new rate will be 65 cents. The current schedule ranges from 50 cents to 75 cents with most income in the 50 cent and 65 cent zones. The new schedule also permits a 25 cent charge for each additional passenger at a single pickup Point and permits the addition of 10 cents per grocery bag or Box Over three. The charge of 25 cents will be limited for the first three bags currently the 25 cent rate applies to All grocery bags carried. The rate for carrying Blind passengers will remain at 50 cents. The Council also a approved plans by Granville Lilley for a new Mobile Home Park on the Pactolus Highway. A approved july 6 As an official Holiday. A approved Purchase of a bucket truck by the Washington a see Council. Page 8 by Edward Magri associated press writer Rome api a Italy s first elections have Given Premier Mariano Rumor s Center left coalition government a Strong boost while the com my lists did riot do As Well As generally expected. The voting sunday and monday put Rumoro a coalition in control of Loloi Italy s 16 new regional Legislatures Aai Etta or government parties got 58 2 per cent of the 32.7 million votes cast in improvement of 2.8 per cent Over the last National election in 1966 the communists and their allies the proletarian socialist party took 31.1 per cent of the total vote a on a majority in the legislature of the Nort Central Region of Emilia Romagna which includes Bologna and were the biggest vote getters in Tuscany Florence and Umbria. But in the latter two regions they fell Short of a majority and will have to win the support of one of the Center left parties to govern. After gaining in every major election since the War the communists got 27.9 per cent of the vote a tenth of a per cent under their 196� showing. The proletarian socialists lost nearly one third of their support dropping to 3.2 per cent. The communists failure to gain was believed due at least partly to a party split Over the 1968 soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia the regional governments Are being set up in an attempt to achieve a sweeping decentralization of the government promised by the 1948 Constitution the regional Legislatures will be Able to draft Laws concerning Urban planning agriculture Hunting and social and medical assistance. The precise limits of the regional Powers Are to be prescribed by the Central parliament within two years. The communists will have local control Over nearly one fifth of the italian territory a wide strip across the Peninsula containing 8 million people or 15 per cent of the population. The Center left coalition gained votes despite a drop of nearly one per cent by Rumor s Christian democratic party the largest in Italy which took 37.9 per cent of the vote. Factional feuding and an unusual Lack of Public support by the roman Catholic Hierarchy were blamed for the slight Christian Democrat decline the big party a loss was offset by gains for the unitarian socialists which took 7 per cent of the vote the republicans 2.9 per cent and the socialists 10.4 per cent. The gains by the coalition partners were expected to increase support for legalization of divorce in Italy which they want and the Catholic party opposes. The concentration of votes in the Center was expected to strengthen Rumoro a hand in a coming test of strength with la see Italy Page 8 Ervin seeks speedy trial safeguards a by John Chadwick Wolfli h Presa writer Washington a sen Sam j Ervin or charging society is being deprived of the constitutional right to a speedy trial introduced a Bill today to require Federal criminal try Ala Start within 60 Days of indictment the North Carolina Democrat Argentina experiences new military government at Kent Jackson Quot insufficient evidence 11 and one of the Senate s leading authorities on the Constitution said a we must take Steps to make the 6th amendment right to a speedy trial a fight so far denied to both society As Well As the defendant a reality after All these years. A Enin said the Bill co sponsored by Michigan Democrat Philip a. Hart Ateo provide a a workable and constitutional alter a Uvea to president Nixon s preventive detention proposal now being considered for the District of Columbia until recently defense lawyers had Little Success invoking the speedy trial right of the Constitution but last month the supreme court overturned the convict on of a Florida truck Driver who was not tried until 7w years after his arrest. The justices did not define clearly what they consider to be too Long a time by t they warned lower courts to enforce the right of a defendant to a speedy trial. Ervin sum would go into effect in four stages starting first with serious felonies in which defendants have been detained under High Money Hail and gradually requiring other felony trials in the Federal courts to be held within two months. Tax antitrust and Security cases would be exempt. Each District court would be required to establish plans to carry out the speedy trial mandate and to report to Cong Reaa the additional funds and person net that would be Necess by Ervin is a Sti gang critic of the preventive detention proposal which would allow a judge to jail a defendant without Bond if he decided the accused a past record gave a reasonable indication he would commit More crimes while free. Shrine club fish Fry set uncovered for sniper fire military coup again rearranges by m re Brown a a a a Frew writer Washington it a it the Man heading the government s probe of Rinden deaths on the Kent state and Jackson state campuses a ays there is a insufficient evidence to support officials claims of sniper fire Quot we have at this time insufficient evidence to establish the presence of a sniper a asst atty Gen Jems Leonard said of the May 15 deaths of two Black youths in a fusillade of Pouce bullets at Jackson state College in Mississippi his statement directly contradicts the report released last thursday by Mississippi gov. John Bell Williams that Atad an Travest Gatton showed state troopers were ant at by a sniper before opening fire on a group of stud a s women 1 dormitory on the predominantly Black Campus. Leonard to Bead of the Justice department s civil rights division and Leader of a Federal investigation into the fatal shootings by Law enforcement authorities of the two youths at Jackson state four students at Kent state University in Ohio and. Six men in Augusta. A. In an interview Leonard was skid whether his statement could do by applied to the deaths at Kent state where Ohio National guardsmen said they had been fired upon by a sniper before shooting into a crowd of students Demontra ing against us military evolvement in Cambodia in h Wallace 8vdnhj, w Allace Hudnell succumbs the annual Beaufort county shrine club fish Fry will be held on Friday june 12 at the Corner of water and Bonner streets. Both lunch and supper will be available. The lunch hour is from 11 30 . Until 2 00 . The evening hours Are from 5 00 until 7 30 . The Price per plate is $1.25 the fish plate can be eaten there at the fish Fry site or lit can be carried Home. S miners Are making arrangements for both tickets May be purchased from any Shriner or they can be bought at the site on Friday. In Case of bad weather the fish. Miu Lupin Fry will be moved inside to Evans county Board of commissioners. Seafood company. Or Hudnell was a member of the shrines have one big Aurora Lodge no 300 a. F. Amp a project helping crippled m a 32nd degree scottish rite h. Wallace Hudnell. Age 84. Prominent retired Farmer rancher and merchant of Royal passed away monday at 11 00 . In the Craven memorial Hospital in new Bern following an illness of two weeks or. Hudnell was born at Royal november 15, 1885 son of the late John a. And Virginia Latham Hudnell. He had been engaged in Large farming operations in Beaufort and Pamlico counties and had served on the Beaufort children. And All Money realized from this fish Fry will go toward helping crippled children leaders seek peace jordanian troops Battle guerrillas Amman Jordan apr King Hussein escaped an assassination attempt today in the midst of fighting Between the jordanian army and palestinian guerrillas the Amman radio reported. The army troops were trying to curtail guerrilla incursions into Israel. The broadcast said Hussein a motorcade was fired upon this morning As heavy fighting raged in the streets off the capital. Leaders of both sides worked out a cease fire arrangement late in the morning but this was ignored and Tite bitter fighting raged into the afternoon. The combatants battled with rockets bazookas my Hine guns and automatic weapons filling the City with the crash of explosions and the hark of gunfire. Hussein a motorcade was through file Crossroads town of Sweilen 12 Miles Northeast of the capital the radio said. Guerrilla sources in Beirut Lebanon said the Kings Driver was wounded in the incident but gave no other details. Jordanian authorities and the guerrilla Central committee the supreme palestinian body had met in Amman and agreed to an immediate cease fire the radio said in an earlier report. They also agreed to set up a joint operations room to a of supervise and control the open warfare broke out Between King Hussein a troops and militant palestinians after two Days of tension and the overnight kidnapping by the guerrillas of Morris Draper the . Embassy a political officer the guerrillas and jordanian government forces clashed repeatedly sunday night with about 50 people reported killed or wounded and about 40 guerrillas arrested. Officiate said Draper 42, a native of California was released unharmed after the 40 guerrillas were freed. The fighting today began just after Dawn and soon spread to All parts of the City. Four hours later the fighting intensified. Gunfire echoed from All Over the City punctuated by the louder sounds of rockets and shells. Guests at the american owned intercontinental hotel threw themselves to the floes As bullets whipped through the lobby breaking windows and Light fixture. No casualties were reported in the hotel but Many bodies were reported lying in a Road near the hotel. They were said to be civilians caught in the crossfire first reports indicated the jordanian army went on the offensive against the guerrillas who had repeatedly flouted the governments attempts to restrain their operations against is Rael and in effect set up their own enclaves within Jordan the army troops were reported setting ambushes for the guerrillas in Many parts of the City and a palestinian spokes Man said the army was attacking guerrilla Headquarters on the outskirts of the City the guerrillas in turn took positions on Hillside House overlooking the commercial Center of the City and threw up roadblocks across the streets leading to them. The commercial District emptied rapidly of bystanders As bullets whipped through it. Am balances rushed about and Many guerrillas were reported killed c among the casualties was a French embassy attache who stopped for a Roadblock and was wounded when troops opened up from both aides of the read 7y�a, there a a Muf fkr Kiwi Evi Deuce at Law Nard replied. The civil right chief refused to comment on whether the probes in the Case of Kent stale More than a month num had identified the officers org urdu men who fired the fatal shots but he acknowledged in the Case of Jackson state that procedural problems had hindered the investigation by Fri agents and Justice depart ment lawyers Quot the state patrol has not provided us with the weapons nor have members of the state a see Kent. Page let f Estival balls a bands Art shows summer festival Toto continues wednesday night with a a facial Little tar Heel league family night at Todd Maxwell Field at 5 ., National spinning and coca cola two of the Ltd la a leading teams will Battle in a special family Day game following by a hot dog supper from 6 until 6 30. At 6 30. There will be a fast pitch softball game Matching Washington Square Barber shop Leader of the City open league against an All Star team composed of outstanding players from the other City teams. The spinners and Coke Are tied with Bank of Washington for the thl Lead All with 4-2 records National spinning and Coke were chosen for the Honor because of u. It. Flag a. . Flag that has flows Over the nations Cape Tol will be flown a a ver new Bulkhead add i t to Stew set Parkway it was announced today by David Milligan chairman of the redevelopment commission of the City of Washington Quot congressman Walter b. Jones graciously consented to acquire such a Flag for us a stated Milligan a and we feel that this Flag will give added significance and prestige to our new water the chairman also announced that rep. Jones would be on band at the june 13 dedication ceremonies to bring greetings from the Federal government. Marini band the . Marine corps band their better percentage of runs from Camp Lejeune will perform scored against runs allowed in concert saturday beginning following the first game hot one hour prior to1 the 3 . Water Mason in new Bern consistory a member of Washington Lodge no. 322 b and a member of Dublin Grove free will Baptist Church at Royal. He was married August 15,1916 to the former miss Josephine Swain who survives. Surviving with his wife Are one daughter mrs. Marie h. Mcgee of Aurora a sister mrs. Lucy h. Peele of Aurora and two grandchildren funeral arrangements Are incomplete and will be announced by the Oden funeral Home. The family requests that in lieu of Flowers contributions May be made to a favorite orphanage Morris funeral set Vanceboro a funeral services for William h. Moms 77, retired Farmer who died sunday will be held at 3 . Wednesday at Juniper Chapel free will Baptist Church by the revs. Willie d. Stilley and Henry Armstrong. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body will be carried from the Home to the Church one hour prior to the. Cirvice. Surviving Are his wife three sons two daughters two Sisters seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren dogs will be old by Little tar Heel league players with proceeds going to the thl the softball game wifi i Fletch the unbeaten Washington Square Barber shop team coached by John Tyndall against an a Star unit including Jimmy Tyer and other Industrial and open league stars. Families Are urged by this events sponsor Sammy Bland to bring blankets and themselves out for the games and participate in old fashioned Community picnic fun. Front dedication ceremonies. A Tom Boyd summer festival chairman saw to it that this prestigious group of military Muse ans would be on hand for the dedication ceremonies and we feel that they and the Marine corps color guard will add much to this occasion a spoke David m Milligan chairman of the redevelopment commission of the City of Washington. A much planning has gone into this dedication ceremony and into this portion off the summer see festival Page to it by wii.1.1am m it. The in Ltd i Rry a writer Buenos Aires it a it a a Junta of military commanders a a a a a to Vii Tii guv Truing of a gent in inday but the i United states held off its recognition of them a embassy spokesman said Quot the government cannot decide whether diplomatic relations exist or not until a decision is made on the Legal status of the new government we Are study ing the situation to see what the Legal relationship the military leaders ousted president Juan Carlas ongania. The general who was installed in a military coup four years ago not s shot was fired in the scramble for Power monday Sod life went on mostly As usual for the three million residents 0# Burro Aires the new Junta contends it is a continuation of Organ tax a regime with ongania ousted to Correct a distortions in Bis policies the United Stales had endorsed ongania s military Rule despite its authoritarian nature. officials frequently praised the ongania government s economic policies which emphasized austerity measures to limit inflation stabilize the currency and attract foreign capital the three military command a re Igen dts to Fotre Lares of the army Pedro Cinavi of the Navy and Brig Gen Juan Cario Rey of the air Force were sworn in As provi tonal leaders of the nation of 23 million poo pc the Junta said it would name a president within 10 Days among those being mentioned for the presidency Are Eduardo Ortiz Basualdo the conserva Uve president of the supreme a see Argentina. Page it if t Swap proposal to be studied the n. C. Wildlife resources commission has instructed its staff to study a proposal to Trade Timber rights on land it owns at the Gull Rock wildlife Refuge in Hyde county for an additional .1.000 acres of adjacent land offers for the Swap have been made by the Georgia Timber Rland Rompa n y of Engelhard and the Butler land and Timber company of Columbia. Orville Woodhouse of Grady will head the study. The action by the com Mission was taken at a meeting in Raleigh monday. Italian pickets protest against of big a suspicions by Arthur Everett associated press writer new York a a judge has agreed to take a first hand look today at a picket line unlike any new York has Ever seen. Its target is the Fri and it has been led at times by Joseph Colombo one of the top names on the Justice department $ list of mafia Bosses. Meanwhile the Jurist state supreme court Justice George Starke advised the picketing italian american group monday to tone Down the volume of its sound equipment which has led to a court suit by East Side residents. The of big a neighbors Are seeking a permanent injunction from Starke against the demonstrators whom they describe As a nuisance. Among defendants in their suit is Colombo far from playing the shadowy role of a big time mobster Colombo has taken to the streets with his wife his son and hundreds of others to protest what his lawyer claims is a a reign of Fri terrorism against italian americans. A they want a congressional investigation of the Fri Quot said the attorney Barry Ivan Slot Nick. As Many As 4,566 pickets have demonstrated five nights a week outside of the of big a Manhattan Headquarters at 3rd Avenue and 69th Street denouncing the gov eminent a chief crime busting Agency As an american a Gesta the demonstrations began april 36 shortly after the arrest off Joseph Colombo jr., 23, by Fri agents. He was accused with two other men of conspiring to melt Down . Coins and sell the Silver for More than the coins themselves were Worth. Leading the first picket line was the senior Colombo 46, identified by the Justice department As one of the High commissioners of the coat Nostra and head of one of new Yorkus five mob families the elder Colombo currently to free on bail on Federal charges of income tax evasion and Slotnick said Colombo feels his family has had More than its share of a a Fri however the italian Ameri can civil rights league which organized the demonstrations said the Issue goes beyond the government s drive against Individuate it regards As big time Paul Arnold Public relations director of the league said the purported harassment has extended to Small shopkeepers to housewives to anyone with an1 see pickets Page 8
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