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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - June 12, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaIts cutting through aters and a horse Combine with other dedicate saturday the new downtown waterfront and Street Here in impressive ceremonies a Emu Fjor i Foi the City put on its new fact weather partly Cloudy Dirou a 9s4ur-Day with a a tunic of after Mooer and evening it Ctm Meatty a lows Motet Washington Davit news if you do not get your paper. Deal s4ss14s Between a to Ltd 1 is o clock and one a Ftp be delivered m Rau established 1909 Quot Tro fagc5 Washington North cart Ouhay Fig Day of Luln Toht Juniol Eggl daily a capt sunday Griffin a support of president bringing relentless pressures amp by h. L. Schwart2 a ii Alao related Fries writer Washington api sure and conflict pursue Hobart p. Griffin relentlessly even at Home his a Vear old son. Vigorously opposes the Viet Nam War while a it year old col Leets picture of Barry Zohuri Ter the assistant Republican Leader of the us. Senate can dismiss this quirk with s philosophical wave of the hand. But t is symbolic of other pressures. Mounting daily that keep him awake nights Between 16 to 20-hour working Days. Prolonged. Senate Del ate Oil the invasion of Cambodia has thrust Griffin Beck onto the National stage where despite dramatic Success in championing unpopular causes he has never quite caught on. But Griffin s increasing defense of the administration la causing worry among some friends and supporters they fat he has a Kerr a tsim to the right that could harm him politically in Washington and in his. Labor do mated Home state of Michigan where faint rumblings can be heard. Others not quite so Friendly feel he Republican whip to too ambitious. They. Accuse him anonymously of trying to shoulder aside gop Leader Hugh Scott a �?�9 f ear of d Penns y Vittu a trying to preserve the necessary Liberal credentials for reflection this year Griffin denies Hoth charges. "1 Don t look at things in terms of right or says the so year old Small town lawyer in the slow cautious tones that Are a a. A a a a i age Quot in close situations. I believe in giving my president the Benefit of the doubt with a resigned sigh Griffin also denies the widespread but Only whispered accusations that in1 if after beat Quot a he says the Best thing that could happen to me would be for Hugh to Shore up his position so there just in t any doubt hell be re elected use would the much simpler Quot nevertheless the murmuring behind his Hack which Griffin acknowledges Are the once of leadership go on they add to the pressures that Friend and enemy agree make his present situation the roughest in the those pressures began almost the instant Griffin was elected whip a Compromise Choice the election was accomplished with the help of a Doten or so Liber Al moderates who with some justification consider them selves the Senate s real Republican Power brokers Only a few months earlier Abe Fortes had resigned from the supreme court following conflict of interest charges the move appeared to indicate Griffin s lonely Battle of a year earlier to Block Fortes nomination As chief Justice the Liberal moderates were elated when Griffin shortly after becoming whip broke with the White House on the High Haynsworth or his decision was a crucial fac Tor in Hayny Worth s defeat a 10-year congressman from a conservative Michigan District before going to the Senate in my Griffin fur h. A l.-, himself to the Liberal muder Atea by siding with them in fights Over minority hiring and voting rights proposal Suc Harding with student Art anti War no action foreseen now Art artists work equals a show a City smiling is a festivals Worth mail boxes Are damaged sheriff Jack Harris said today that the destruction of mail boxes in the route two area of Long acre township up since school vacation started is a serious violation. He added that people Are getting upset at the destruction by unknown Young people and cautioned the youngsters that it is dangerous. Sheriff Harris said that his is working with the Post office department on the Cate. He warned that Quot those caught in the future will be turned Over to Federal authorities and charged with a As Many As 40 or More mail boxes have been reported damaged maliciously. The sheriff urged parents to join in helping bring an end to the problem. As natural As the wind dancing boating horses fill Bill Art it the medium of communication through which Man uses his senses of sight sound and touch to express his personal reactions to his experience of the world if this is True then an Art show featuring artists from a specific area should be one of the most interesting and informative of All studies of the area s most sensitive people experience the people and things around them. Washington a summer festival is providing this Opportunity in abundance saturday with artistic expression open to the Public in an adult and students Art show and a festival of Flowers. Mrs Louise Lane in charge of one of these this year explains below in her Quot recipe for cooking Alp Art shows the ingredients Are As fallow an interested and willing group of people a Good chairman artists both amateurs and professionals Are needed for bests results Art essential of ail kinds financial Aid is a must and visitors Are even More important in unlimited numbers of All sizes and Ages. The method require some knowledge barrels of enthusiasm and much patience. It goes As follows take chairman plus group mixing Well until rules,1 regulations awards judge and entry forms Are jelled then print same. Stir up interest in news Media. Have ready and set up a sufficient number of supports for hanging paintings. Make sure than extra wire nails Hammer tape clamps and clips Are on hand for emergencies. Now add two aspirin and one cup Coffee per person just before serving Register each artist and his work using great care in displaying Art work. When done open show revealing a fantastic array of original Art in various see Art Page 10 forces win Senate vote by Carl p Leubsdorf associated press writer Washington it a it a Antiwar Force in the Saits the have paved the Way for expected approval of a proposal to curtail it Ture actions in Cambodia but the Victory could be More symbolic than substantial because of continued White House and House opposition the Senate Defeated 52-47 thursday a key administration backed amendment by sen Robert c. Byrd. Do a. That proponents said would have emasculated the curb on presidential War Powers both sides said the vote signified passage of the deeper Church amendment next week. With the Byrd vote out of the Way the Senate turned its at ten a Ion today to air amendment by sen. John j. Williams a det. To Cut All funds out of the military sales appropriation Bill for gifts and credit sales of firearms or military equipment to other nations the appropriations measure has been the vehicle for the Cambodia limitation Effort sponsored by Sens. Frank Church d Idaho and John Sherman Cooper. Ray. Williams also wanted to remove a Section of the Bill expressing congressional support for credit sales to Israel. But sen. Jacob k. Jovits r-n.y., blocked any Quick vote on that Many Strong supporters of the Cooper Church amendment oppose the military sales authority provisions of the Bill. Both the House and the Nixon administration have a diametrically opposite Point of View thus the Cooper Church forces in the Senate Hope to use the administrations Strong de see Senate. Page county fire Protection system proposed to Board a Lymm Mommi managing editor establishment of a a it uni y wide fire Protection system linked by a communications network was proposed last night to the Beaufort county Board of commissioners the recommendations were contained in a Quarter Inch thick fire Protection Survey by fire Protection consultants of Wilson a private firm employed to conduct the study. The commissioners took no action on he report and none b contemplated in the near future implementation of the proposal will depend on whether sufficient Public support can be generated. The report advised setting up 10 Rural fire departments located at Aurora Bunyan he Haven Chocowinity Cox s Crossroads mine la i net own. Win Stea Vilie Yatesville and Wilkinson the municipalities of Aurora and Belhaven already have Rural fire units and Pine town has a Volunteer department the most controversial feature of the report Calls for termination of an agreement Between the City of Washington and the county uti let which Hult a it. A fire truck and annual assistance of i too to the Washington fire department the report said Quot it is Felt that the citizenry As a whole Are not reaping equal benefits from this arrangement although the Washington fire department does respond to alarms throughout the county. This fact is borne a it by Tjie Large number of fires and the especially Large monetary loss a be Fork Page 10� boating problems eyed Here concern expressed Over wakes created by Power boats on the Pamlico River in the downtown area of Washington has brought Forth an examination of the ways that regulations might be instituted to eliminate the problem contrary to some Public thinking the City Council of the City of Washington cannot directly impose no Wake restrictions and Speed limit restrictions for boats in that area the a a Ltd Council if it considered the matter would sit ply have to make a recommendation to the North Carolina wildlife resources commission and that body would then have to consider see Wake Page 10 a Beaufort Hyde lose population both Beaufort and Hyde counties have lost population during the past 10 years. Recording to unofficial and preliminary figures on the census released this week according to the figures Beaufort county population has decreased in the 10 year period by 1.373. From 36,0l in i960 to 34,641 in 1970, while Hyde county has lost 574, from 5,765 in 1960 to 5,191 in 1970 four counties in far Eastern n c reported Gams they Are dare Pasquo tank Pitt and Washington the others report distinct losses in population. Martin county is Down from 27,139 to 24,055, a loss of 3,064 Bertie county is a heavy loser dropping from 24.350 to 19,635, a decrease of 4,715 the reported loss of population in Beaufort county is shocking particularly in the Light of the heavy Industrial development there during the 10 year period from i960 until 1970 much talk had been generated in Beaufort county about a population in crease of As much As 4,000 people or a census figure of around 40,000 preliminary figures for the various counties in Northeast North Carolina Are shown below. The first figure is the official i960 census while the second figure is the unofficial and preliminary count for 1970 Beaufort a 34.641 see census Page 10 a Rock band working out at the redmen a Lodge Power boats and sailboats Pamlico show will weekend to Delight amuse and inform the hundreds of people anticipated to be on hand for the final weekend of summer festival 70. The Battle of the bands on saturday night from 8 . Till actually turned out to be a dance when it was discovered that most people prefer participation to looking on and several bands declined to compete anyway. Irvin Hicks chairman for the event has secured the services of the a Staten Island ferry Quot out of Greensboro. The 9-piece group features rhythm brass and vocalist and is preparing to tour nation wide As soon As their first record already Cut is in the bands of disc jockeys across the country. The annual horse show at Stonehaven race track saturday night at 7 and sunday beginning at 1 . Will provide Borse lovers and those who just want to see a ,000 1 show with a wide variety of the Art of horsemanship. Washington and its environs has consistently proved itself to be one of the Moat attractive Parkway dedication slated Here saturday last year s people and horses see festival 10� the Civ of Washington will scheduled at 3 . The Parkway will be dedicated in Honor of mayor a. Thomas Stewart for whom it is named but the mayor will be unable to be on hand for a the occasion because of illness the Parkway was named for or. Stewart in Honor of his efforts to get the $2.2 Urban renewal project for the downtown and waterfront area appearing on the program will be John t. Edmunds rage Oua administrator of the department of housing and Urban development. Or. Leo Jenkins president of East Carolina University and congressman Walter b Jones. The mayors wife and children will represent him Haring the ceremonies. Mayor pro Tern Jesse Spruill will accept of it deed for the property. 4 \ the u. S. Marine band and color guard will present a concert at 2 . Mrs. Joyce Itigan outstanding soloist and a resident of this City will sing the National see dedication Page 10�
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