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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - June 10, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather he by thursday Lama loan ten fit in family night thursday Washington Dan news if you do not get your paper. Dial mb-ii46 Bataan a a and f 06 o clock a no a of will Boda Liona in a a Sta Rushfo 1909 two Vlf fag�,5 Washington North carps Una wednesday afternoon. June 10. 1970 daily in capt sunday welfare plan4negroes Nixon combines arms supplies win demo crts revamp a test a. With politics in Middle East Al a. In of Cru _ by g. C. Thelen or. Associated Tom writer Washington a p a president Nixon a retooled welfare Reform propose i links food Stamps More closely to family Lirika Taine and own inns Chantres for Public housing and medicaid benefits administration sources indicate. This new version of the White Howe s welfare a chafe was prepared for the Senate finance committee which sent Bach an earlier proposal More than a month ago demanding major alterations the Core at the original Reform is intact the sources said a family assistance providing a family at four 11,600 a Yaar in Basic Federal cat benefits continuing on a sliding scale until the household s earnings pass $3,930. The president reportedly rejected one proposal to junk the food stamp program and raise the Basic yearly benefits to about $2.300 food Stamps however almost certainly will give Way in the future to higher Cash benefits the administration s so called Cash strategy sources said. The president for the moment has adopted a mixed bag of cautious Short term and potentially sweeping Long Range alterations officials said the key change would switch administration of food Stamps from various state Aai Imbt agencies to the family assistance network family aaa iat a Nee is designed to replace the Federal state Aid to dependent children program in this Way the adm Nistra Uon believes food stomp eligibility requirements and Benefit level can be meshed with family assistance some senators contended benefits from welfare related programs As food stomps Public housing and medicaid would tend to destroy the work incentive and become in fact a a wort disincentive a they cited a Chicago family of a Mother and her three children. If the Mother earned $6,000 a year they said the various gov it Sce welfare Page is search continues for 14 prisoners vacation slated for garbage men in an attempt to assure Good garbage and trash collection services during the summer Long vacation season the department of Public works of the City of Washington today called on residents of the Community to cooperate in a new plan. A in the Paat we have had members of our sanitation division going on vacation just about every week in the summer and this had depleted our Crew strength and hampered our garbage collection service a Earl w. Bonner director of the department of Public works said today. A this time we would like to take a new approach a Bonner stated. This summer the department of Public works plan to discontinue All residential garbage collection services for a period of one week from june 28 through july 5. All members of the garbage collection Crews would go on vacation during that one week. Then the Crews would be fully manned for the remainder of the summer. Quot we believe this is the boat approach if we can get the see garbage Page 12 Scotland neck n. C. Of a manhunt continued today for it of 15 convict who seized a prison bus tuesday one inmate was killed in the escapade Esau Cookjr. Who was serving 25-30 years for second degree murder was shot to death by a guard. Corrections commissioner Lee Bounds reported one of the fugitives was captured shortly after the mass break. Bounds noted that 22 prisoners refused to escape and remained with the prison bus until it was found. The break occurred at the intersection of highways 258 and 581 several Miles North of Scotland neck. The bus was transporting 38 inmates from Caledonia prison farm where they had been working to the Odom prison unit where they were housed. Bounds gave this account a group of prisoners broke the door that separated guards from inmates As the bus stopped at the Highway. In a scuffle inmate Charlie Meeks took a .38 pistol from guard w. D. Smith who was Able to get out of the bus with a Shotgun. Inmate Jerry Wade Penley took a 30-30 Rifle from guard j. C. Callahan before ejecting him from the bus. At this Point Cook got out of the bus and began running. Smith shot and fatally wounded him. Penley then held a gun on w. See manhunt Page 121 by Del Booth associated frees writer four negroes Heve won democratic nominations to the South Carolina House end two others will ramp at it y june $3 run off if the winners beat their Republican opposition in november they will be the first Blacks in the legislature since the turn of the Century winning nomination in tues Day s primary were attorneys James l. Felder 31, end 1. S. Leevy Johnson 28, both of Columbia and James e Clybur b. And Hubert Fielding. 46, both of Charleston making the june 23 Runoff were George Hamilton a negro opposing Gerald Smoak for Colleton county s one seat and Hyland l. Davit negro businessman against James mom for one of two seats from Beaufort county. Hamilton will face a Republican in november if he wins bul there is no Republican House stole in Beaufort for Davis or mom to face in Spartanburg Williamsburg and Charleston counties Negra candidates lost legislative bids. Other runoffs will pit John Gardner and Preston Warr for one of the three Darlington county seats William Snipes and rep. Charles Powell for Abbeville s seat and Newton Taylor and Dolphus Medley for one of two seats in Cherokee Here Are the winners Aiken a demo Crata John Williams b. W. Baker w. E. Derrick and rep. Eldon Jones republicans a Zach Fulmer Julian Dunbar jr., Delmus weeks and rep. Marshal Cain. Aiken was one of two counties in which the gop had House primaries. The other was Richland. Anderson a reps. Pat Harris Juette Wright Dan Marratt Fred Moore and Lewis Ashley. Allendale a rep. James Brandt. Hampton a Timon Wilson Lancaster a reps Caldwell Hinson and Tom Mangum Mccormick a Julian Baggett. Oconee a newcomers Herbert Morgan and Lowell Ross. Charleston a in addition to s.c., Page 12 i by John m. Hightower a flow us i nor 9tpmlifii Washington apr the Nixon administration to putting together a program combining action to meet what it considers the growing danger of soviet armed intervention on behalf of Egypt in the arse israeli conflict the program a till to be decided on finally is expected to include the me of warplane to Israel but also intensified efforts to work out a formula with the soviet Union for peace talks Between Israel and the Araba consideration has been Given to a new cease fire Call limiting arms satos to the Mideast and perhaps some forceful gee will have to be tried again and again Secretary of state Wiliam p Rogers Toke the House foreign affairs committee tuesday of one of the latest failures of support for Uriel pot War one possibility would be a publicized visit to an israeli Airfield by . Jets officials concede virtually All ideas for an american initiative have been turned Down by Moscow or failed to some a Abbt Way in the past never theism. They mid if the crisis to to be controlled familiar devices he mid it was decided to March to hold off on the israeli request for piano a to the Hope that it would set s pattern of restraint in the mid die bit. Yet about a month after the decision was made. Soviet pilots began lying missions in Egypt a Interior covering strategic Points As Alexandria Cairo and the Aswan dam in addition increasing numbers of soviet soldiers began Manning antiaircraft missile bases in the face of this. Rogers said the Daisy in the liar Alt request to being reconsidered a there will be a decision on this matter before Long he told the House committee although he later ruled out any change before the weekend another failure Rogers did not mention since it involved Pri vate dipl Mauc exchanges to the failure to get any assurances from Moscow that its pilots in Egypt Are limited to Interior defense missions and soviet officials Are scheduled to meet again Friday but the future Range of soviet military activity in Egypt s de sense is not expected to be clarified the Nixon administration fears that at some Point russian pilots will extend their operations into the combat tone covering the sues canal. This would either Man soviet israeli clashes and casualties or an israeli Bac Down Hussein Arafat conclude agreement to end f lighting by Dennis Neeld associated press writer apr King Hussein and guerrilla Leader astr Arafat concluded a 10-Point agreement wednesday designed to end More than 24 hours of fighting Between jordanian troops and palestinian guerrillas. Radio Amman an nou need the open warfare that broke out in the jordanian capital tuesday continued through the night Hussein s troops were on the offensive against the guerrillas who have repeatedly flouted government attempts to curb their operations across the israeli Border Hussein escaped assassination tuesday in a town 12 Miles away. The government radio said the King and Arafat agreed that All troops and guerrillas would return to their bases and joint Patrola would enforce a ceasefire. Each Side was to release All prisoners taken during the fighting one of the hostages in the Jordan intercontinental hotel was a son of former president Camille Chamoun of Lebanon am other was associated press correspondent Dennis Neeld who reported the hotel was held by the marxist popular front for the liberation of Pate Atine a Small terrorist organization which has frequently rejected Arafat s leadership Neeld mid a spokesman for the popular front charged tuesday night that the Jorda Nian army was bombarding Palestine refugee Camps around Amman causing Many deaths the guerrilla spokesman said the safety of the hostages could not be guaranteed if them attacks continued Neeld s report made no mention of the broadcast announcement of the Hussein Arafat agreement and apparently was sent before it was announced. Communications with Amman were sharply curtailed the hostages in the intercontinental included 14 Entona and three West germans As Well a the americans and the lebanese All were staying in the hotel. Guests of other nationalities were told they were free to leave tuesday night a Man a Fly Tvovi lae of Bath Resta Hartsif nicety on the mini Bike provided by Texas Gulf to be Given away by drawing at summer festival 70 s family night set for thursday at Kugler Field Treva s summer shift provided Courtesy at Darter s dress shop. Staff photo by Litchfield Plain a Ole fun Charlie r. Good memories Woodard Dies and family night d us a la my a my off if a by Charlie Redden Woodard age 81, resident and Farmer of it. 2, As Bury Road Washington died this morning at 3 50 of clock in the Beaufort county Hospital Here following a critical Illner of one week and failing health of one year. Or. Woodard was born in Beaufort county aug. 3,1888, son of the late Redden Lewis and Elenor Alligood Woodard. He was a member of the Asbury United methodist Church. He was married to the former Fannie Willis who preceded him in death on feb. 7,1964. Surviving Are three daughters mrs. W. L. See Woolard Page 11 cambodian operation a Success by de Walker. Or. Staff writer do you remember the moment just the other sunday when you were walking somewhere away from the cars and constant noise of tires on pavement maybe it was on an unpaved Lane where things were growing without the help of shears and lawnmowers. Everything was quiet and the sunlight was warm not hot. Your memory suddenly became More real than the things around you. You were Back a few years on a sunday with people laughing at Uncle Jake or the neighbor next door As one of them triad to out do the other in a pie eating contest or one family tried to out pull the other in a tug of War. You remember the Good feeling of finding out that some person you always thought was a real Jerk actually turned out to be a pretty Good fellow when you talked to him. You really got to know some people that Day and you even Learned a Little about yourself. You found out How Strong you were in a weight carrying contest or How slow in a race. You remember the local music makers and All the contests. But what is so Clear now is How easy it was to laugh and make friends everyone especially those who grew up in this area can remember Days like these. They see festival Page 12 Scott gives Board of for busing a to i Raleigh apr the North Carolina Board of education has received a go ahead from gov. Bob Scott and the advisory budget commission to provide Public transportation for All Urban pupils living 14 or More Miles from school the decision announced by the budget com Mission tuesday after a lengthy closed door session Means continued bus service is assured for 41,000 City children who were transported in the past and that 58,000 others will receive state paid transportation or Craig Phillips the state school superintendent said today the action came in time for plans to be made for implement see buses Page 12 Percy Chesson guides prohibit sex prejudice by Janet 8ta1hak associated press writer Washington a the labor department has issued guidelines designed to prohibit discrimination against women on jobs under Federal contract a move described by a female spokesman As Quot a most appropriate Milestone of women s Elizabeth Duncan Koontz director of the labor department s women s Bureau made the remark tuesday while announcing the guidelines at the White House the rules ban sexual Bias in jobs wages hours seniority and retirement. They result from a presidential task Force review of women a rights and responsibilities submitted to the Nixon administration six months ago. At the same time the american association of University women tuesday released s study in which 84 per cent of the women and 77 per cent of the men who responded to a questionnaire said that women were discriminated against in the business world the questionnaire was published in the a Auw a journal last january of the organization s 170,000 members about 7,000�?including nearly 3,000 men responded to the opinion Naire. Without specific guidelines to go by mrs Koontz said there was a Gray area and confusion about sex discrimination in suet jobs she said the equal employ men Opportunity commission. A gee women. Page 111 of Wilmar Dies e Arth rocks May come from Moon fact seekers will reinforce Nixon claim by Carl c. Craft associated press writer Washington a Moat members of a fact seeking squad of senators congressmen governors and White House aides my their Southeast asian trip reinforce president Nixon a estimate of the military Succes of his cambodian a arriving Here tuesday night after a Swift visit to Battle Sones of Vietnam and Cambodia Many in the 13-Man vip delegation picked by the White House in Soba Baratian with the Senate and House armed serv tem com mottoes a described it As formative journey. Although most declined to done their a in wow be today a scheduled tubs Iii with an in Nixon Pennsylvania gov. Raymond p. Shafer a Republican said their report on the cambodian step indicates a the vast majority of those of us who were there feel it was a a we Hope that it will be a Long term Success a he added. Quot nobody can predict forever into the future but what hat been done has been Good for the american however sen. Thomas j. Mcintyre d-n.h., refused to discus his findings with newsmen before in in them Over with Nixon. Mcintyre who had said he decided to go on the trip to a prevent a Snow jobs by pro Hnin titration officials reported he fit it Only proper tint i meet with the president before discussing my findings with members of the Quot i certainly had a fast trip 1�?Tu Tell you that a be said. Sen. George Murphy r-calif., described Nixon a cambodian decision As Quot a great Success probably the most important a Ingle military achievement of this entire unfortunate sen. Howard Cannon d-nev., said he was pleased to Quot see the Progress that has been made in pacification. A Shafer said the delegation members attempted to Quot answer questions that Are on the minds of All americana maybe we wont answer them to the Satis of everybody but at we Are going to toll the truth about what we new heard and Herbert Klein Nixon a communications director said it was a coincidence the group returned on the eve of the Senate a vote on an administration backed move to Grant Nixon authority to take any action needed to protect . Troops in Vietnam. The amendment proposed by sen. Robert c. Byrd d-w.va., is due for a vote thursday. Quot obviously these men wanted to be Back to vote a Klein said but Quot i done to feel there a any likelihood that this trip would have any effect on that vote one Way or the earlier tuesday democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said the adoption of this amendment would open the door for Quot another Vietnam in Cambodia and perhaps for still others the Montana senator termed it a the critical vote on this a reject it a he recommended Quot and the Senate will say that the Way out of Vietnam is not by Way of approval be added will mean the Senate a will still say that the Way out of Vietnam is not by Way of Cambodia but Only if the executive Branch also Saya the same thing. A joining Mcintyre Murphy Cannon Shafer and Klein on the trip to Vietnam and Cambodia were san. John Tower a Tex. Reps. Melvin priced in. We see Cambodia Page 12 Percy Gray Chesson age 79, of Wilmar it. 1, Vanceboro. Died in the Beaufort county Hospital tuesday he had been in failing health for the past two months. Or. Chesson was a retired Farmer and was a member of the first Christian Church in Vanceboro he was also a member of the improved order of red men Here. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Edith Williams Chesson five sons Henry g. Chesson of farm Ville Bryan w. Chesson of Decateur ga., Carroll s. Chesson of Glenn Burnie my Lloyd w. Chesson of Wilson and David Lee Chesson of Goldsboro one daughter Ann Chesson of the Home 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren two Brothers Maywood Chesson of Waverly is and Wesley Chesson of lackeys two slaters mrs. Albert Gray of Edenton and mrs. Howard Gray of Portsmouth a. Funeral services will be held thursday at 2 . With Ward m. Woodard and the Rev. Jack Daniell officiating. Burial will follow in Oakdale cemetery by Vern Haugland a aviation writer Washington apr Tek tiles mysterious Black and Green pebbles found in Only four isolated areas of the Earth May be of lunar origin a study of Apollo 12 Moon Rock indicates. Or. John a. O Keefe of the National aeronautics and space administration said Glass found in a Iemon size Moon Rock appeared to be tektite Glass a its the Moon Sample Constitution answers the arguments Given by proponents of the terrestrial origin of of Keefe said in the current Issue of science Magazine. Quot there appears to be no sound reason not to say that tektites come from the the Rock in question was part of a lunar Rock Sample brought Back in november by the Apollo 12 Crew and believed to be some 4.8 billion years old. Scientists at the manned spacecraft Cen Ter in Houston have described As a dearly the oldest Rock y found on the Moon and old than any Rock found on Earth tektites Are Black or Gre Glass pebbles found in so quantities in Bohemia and i Avia sections of czech Oak Kia the East indies and Austi Lia usually the Pebble s surf is pitted or sometimes Groo it with winding Marks. A few hiring Marks like those seen spacecraft re entry heat Shiel of Keefe said he compared Apollo 12 Rock with two Estek ties and some 5,000 Ordin rocks produced by fusion heating. A the Apollo 12 Rock has distinctive chemical bail i of a tektite inducting eminent in potassium and a Ling mixture of the Charack tics of the Basic rocks and see Rock. Page 12

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