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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - June 29, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather mostly Tunny Day Ami nor in fret through tuesday with a gradual warming. Low tonight mostly lower 80s Hitu tue Lay in Ttye Fli Washington daily news if you do not got your paper dial its Ltd Bat ii 8 a and 7 00 o clock and on 11 be de la verse to you established 1909 eight pages Washington North Carolina monday afternoon june 29, 1970 daily except sunday census Check City begins a recount Washington a frustrated Community because at the recently announced 1970 census began a massive recount today to try to prove the Bureau of the emus wrong the Effort was conceived several Days ago when local City officials Learned that the census takers had turned up Only 8.633 people in the City of Washington it was believed that Washington had More than 10.000 residents Chocowinity Farmer Dies the Effort is donated by the being Coor Washington last american ground troops pack up and leave Cambodia lou1r Randolph of Burns a retired Chocowinity township Farmer died saturday night in the Beaufort county Hospital of bums received while burning a trash on his farm tuesday morning. Asa Godley. Age 68. A Well known resident of it. 2. Grimes i and was burned extensively in the mishap. Or. Godley was Bora in Chocowinity township nov. 24, 1901, son of the late Nathan and Mollie Mcroy Godley. He was a member of Tau tribe no. 18, improved order of red men and was married to the former Annie Godley of Beaufort county in aug. 1920. Surviving Are his wife one son Joseph Godley of it. 1, Chocowinity one daughter mrs. Della Harrison of Jacksonville five grandchildren and two great grandchildren one brother Wilbert Godley of Chocowinity six Sisters mrs. Alice Gray mrs. Myrtie elks mrs. Louise Buck miss Nannie Lee Godley and miss Sophia Godley All of Chocowinity and mrs. Emma ree Taylor of this City. Fun Era services will be held a t the off Ashing ton Church of god this afternoon at 3 o clock conducted by the Rev. P. A. Howard pastor. Burial will follow in Trinity cemetery in Chocowinity. The body will be moved from the Paul funeral Home to the Church one hour prior to the following will serve As pallbearers Jesse Jones Lukey Jones. Rayford Lilley Granville Lilley Floyd Mayo Arthur elks Henry Rawlings and de Lucas. The City of Washington and with volunteers from local civic and service organization More than 300 persons will be involved As enumerators when the Volunteer census count gets underway Here tonight a every residence in Washington will be visited during the next week a we Hope every citizen of Washington is concerned about the Low count and will cooperate in the new census Effort a Tom Boyd president of the Washington Jaycees. Said today Boyd said the Volunteer census takers will be trying to do in a week what the Bureau of the census took three months to do. A it will not be easy and we need full cooperation of our citizens a Boyd explained. He said the Volunteer census takers will be carrying two forms when they Call at residences one of the forms will be used when residents feel they were not counted in the regular census. The other will be a locally prepared census form that will give a total head count in the Community when every Home has been visited local officials do not feel that they have had full cooperation from the Bureau of the census the local feeling is that the census people feel they Are right and they Are not willing to go further in an Effort to prove that they Are wrong it is taking a totally local Effort to prove the error fit an error exists. Local residents Are urged to have someone at Home every night this week until their residence has been visited in order to assist the volunteers who Are taking the local census. Fire Drill slated the Washington fire department will have an association Drill and Buffet supper tonight at 6 15 . All Volunteer s Are encouraged to be at the meeting. Debate nearing Climax violence subsides today in Northern Ireland Randolph elected by Odma Louis t. Randolph local funeral Home operator has been elected president of the funeral directors and morticians association of North Carolina he was elected at the associations annual in Durham last week and succeeds Jerry c. Gilmore or of Winston Salem who was elected chairman of the Board of directors other officers elected were mrs Ernestine Scarborough Bynum of Durham vice president Jerry c. Gilmore. Ill of Winston Salem second vice president Gratz Norcott or. Of Ayden Secretary treasurer mrs. Fannie s. Dofford of Dunn recorder mrs. Delores Bennett of Asheboro. Assistant recorder and h. H. Dawson of Kinston membership chairman or Randolph is a graduate of the former p. S. Jones High school Here and North Carolina Central University in Durham he currently is a member of the Board of trustees of no. Central and Beaufort county technical Institute and a vote or a Laj Grib summer so the chairman of the Washington proposal could serve a another communists make new assaults by h l Schwartz Iii associated press writer Washington �ap1 with president Nixon s promised deadline for forces from Cambodia less than two Days away the Senate moved toward the Climax of its two month debate on limiting future american operations there following today a gop efforts a led by assistant Republican Leader Robert p. Griffin and Colorado sen. Gordon a1 lotto to water Down the proposal the Senate votes tuesday afternoon on the Cooper Church amendment to Cut off funds for . Actions in Cambodia after june 36. That Date was poked by the amendment is sponsors n John Sherman Cooper of Kentucky and Idaho Democrat Frank Church because Nixon said All american troops would be out of Cambodia by then today a Republican moves were the rear guard of constant efforts by defenders of Nixon Southeast Asia policies to take the Edge off Cooper Church such As Griffin a try at softening the language. Allotto a proposal to seek an earlier vote than War critics originally sought on the Amend meat to Cut off All funds for the Indochina War after dec. 31, 1970, had been introduced in Hopes it would be Defeated now. Its original sponsors wanted by Colin Frost associated Prev writer Belfast Northern Ireland it a it a violence subsided in today Brit Ain s Cabinet went into Omer gency session in London and de sense officiate there moved to dispatch even More troops to help Stop religious fighting the death today in a Hospital of a Man brought to six the toll of dead from fighting Between roman catholics and protes tents Over the weekend More than 200 other persons have been injured. Soldiers with order to shoot armed civilians on sight patrolled rubble strewn sections of Belfast. Violence developed in the Independent Irish Republic in the South we. I its threw gasoline Road of flees and a British veterans organization building in Cork. That republics foreign minis Ter Patrick Hiller flew to Lon Don to discuss the i mis with the British foreign Secretary. Sir Alec Douglas Home there was considerably less violence sunday night As the British government rushed mor troops in and. Emergency measures were proclaimed an other 40 persons were injured in Street fights an explosion started a fire at an Oil depot but Only me shooting was reported a Shotgun blast that wounded pm lice reported All quiet by 4 am violence Legan Friday night Over the jailing of Bernadette Devlin the fiery Young roman Catholic Leader sentenced to six months in prison for leading anti protestant riots last summer the bloodiest toll came in 12 hours of fighting saturday night As catholics and protes tents fought each other and the a see in Eland Page 8 Honor America Day \ j bigger july 4th Celebration set by Harry f. Rosenthal associated press writer Washington apr it is its sponsors say going to be just a Plain fourth of july Cerebra Washington s proudest monuments to proclaim their dissent and so this particular fourth of july Celebration also is More controversial than most ruling put off a a a. Quot. Of. In by Barry Schweid associated press writer Washington apr the supreme court taking the advice of the Justice department deferred consideration today of a major school desegregation Case from Charlotte n. C. Adjourning for the summer the court declined to Rule immediately on the Pace of desegregation in Charlotte schools and the significant busing and racial be Nee questions raised by the dispute. Civil rights groups had asked for a judgment now or alternatively that the court agree to an unusual summer session to hear the Case. Last week the Justice department told the court it would have to eventually resolve the a appropriate remedial standards for Charlotte and other Large Urban districts North and South. But the department also suggested the court await the filing of new desegregation plans for the Cha Riotte Mecklen Burg county District. Without stating its reasons the court decided 8 to 1 to technically assume jurisdiction of the dispute but to leave matters at this Point with the Federal court in Charlotte. The court left itself an opening of returning this summer As it said a decision on this Point had been Justice Hugo l. Black dissented saying the court should have pressed ahead and a set the Case for hearing at the earliest possible the supreme court had been asked by civil rights attorneys to reinstate a Federal District judge s desegregation order requiring the busing of thousands of children in the Charlotte Mecklenburg county schools. The . 4th circuit court of appeals in Richmond va., set aside the desegregation plan May 26 in a 4-2 opinion and instructed the City county Board of education to rewrite portions of it the appeals court said the portions of the plan i questioned should be redrawn using stand Ards of the original order calling for. The busing of approximately 13,-000 additional elementary school pupils was filed feb. 5 by . District judge James b. Mcmil plan of Charlotte. Mcmillan a order was appealed by the school Board to the circuit court. When the Case came before the court for a hearing in april the Justice department entered the litigation As a Quot Friend of the court on. The Side of the Board of Educa Bon. It suggested that in requiring the massive busing plan Mcmillan abused his judicial discretion. The appeals court said portions of the plan involving Junior High and High school pupils was acceptable but that because it did not consider the elementary school por Tion acceptable the entire plan should be rewritten. It said the new plan should be filed in Mcmillan a court by june 30. The appeals court told Charlotte Mecklenburg school officials to seek the Aid of the department of health education and welfare in rewriting the plan. The school Board asked for hew Aid and in recent weeks officials from the department have been in the City to help drawn the plan. The Charlotte Mecklenburg school system is the largest in. North Carolina. It has about 84.000 pupils of whom about 23.000 were bused to school during the last school year. The High court also declined a see court Page 8 housing authority and second vice president of the Beaufort county democratic executive committee or. Randolph is a member of the Washington Good neighbor Council and is treasurer of the Board of stewarts of the metropolitan . Zion Church. He is president of the elite dub and is a member of the chamber of Commerce the masonic Lodge and the Odd Fellows Lodge. The local Man by virture of his election to the presidency of the state association becomes a member of the Board of directors of the National association. Mrs. Judith b. Bunn succumbs mrs. Judith Bridgeman Bunn age 31, former resident of Beaufort county died sunday in Pulaski term mrs. Bunn was born in re artery county Jan. 6, 1939, daughter of R. And Olive Whitley Bridgeman. She was a member of the Asbury United methodist Church near Here. Surviving Are her husband William Jones Bunn of Pulaski Tenn. Three daughters Tomi Jane and Bridget Dixie Bunn of the Home one son Johnas Bunn of the Home her parents or and mrs R. Bridgeman of it. 4, Washington one sister mrs. Joseph l. Warren of it. 4, Washington four Brothers Maurice Ray Kenneth j., Robert c. And Jasper Bridgeman All of it. 4, Washington. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete pending the arrival of relatives and will be announced by the Paul funeral Home. New alumni president Raleigh a c. A. Dillon or. Of Raleigh is the new president of the North Carolina state University alumni association succeeding William Sullivan or. Of Greensboro. Dillon and other officers were a elected in a mail poll. Joseph n Sherrill of Winston Salem was elected vice presi Dent. Herbert p. Mckim of Wilmington was. Named to a five year term As alumni representative on the University athletic Council. Elected to three year terms m the Board of directors were Marcus b. Crotts of Winston Salem Joseph d. Moore of new Portt City Jones y. Pharr or. Of Charlotte George e Pickett of Raleigh and n. A Watts of Raleigh. Vehicle for extended debate on Vietnam and opposed allotto a mane vering fora quicker Deci is on today a Senate action was played against these other developments a Secretary of state William p. Rogers said in Advance of his scheduled meeting with the president at the Western White House that Nixon would make a renewed peace initiative after All . Forces Are out of Cam Bodia a the president continued preparing a written statement to be issued tuesday on the cambodian operation. A North Vietnam broadcast sunday a statement that the United states had obtained none of its objectives in Cambodia and was claiming an a imaginary a rep Gerald r Ford the House Republican Leader said the cambodian incursion had been successful a far beyond expectations and he personally thought it might even Lead to an accelerated withdrawal of . Troops from Vietnam. He also said the House might Knock out the Cooper Church amendment even if the Senate passed it. A sen. Charles Mcc. Mathias r-md., said in a Senate speech prepared for today he had suggested to the White Home 10 Days ago creation of a fire free no combat zones in South Vietnam As a peace initiative he told newsmen he had received no response but thought such an idea was under consideration a in another speech prepared for today sen. Claiborne Pell d-r.i., suggested Borneo might be a Good place to Send pro a s. South vietnamese in the event of a communist takeover of their country. Snowden Snowden funeral scheduled. Aurora funeral services for Seward Webb Snowden Well known and highly regarded retired educator will be held tuesday at 11 . In the s. W Snowden gym orium Here with the Rev. R. A. Morris officiating. Burial with military honors will be in new Oak Grove cemetery in Elizabeth City the body will lie in. State at the Snowden gym orium from 6 . Until 9 . Tonight. The family will to at the gym orium from 8 to to no or. Snowden died thursday at 5 45 in the veterans Hospital in Washington d. C. Following a Brief illness the body was sent to the Robinson Hunter funeral a Home in Elizabeth City. A native of Currituck county he was a son of the late Edmund a and m is. Has tie sprue 11 Snowden. He was a Veteran of world War i having served As a sergeant in the army he was educated in the Public schools of Currituck county Elizabeth City state University Shaw University and n. C. Central University More than 50 years his life were dedicated to educational leadership he Hel principalship in Manteo farm Ville Winterville Idalia and Aurora. In recognition of his outstanding achievement in education the s. W. Snowden school in Aurora was named in his Honor. He is survived by one son Rudolph w Snowden of Rock vile my. One sister mrs. Amelia b. Littlejohn of Newport news and two grandchildren Tion. Like in the old Days with preceding it in the 194 fireworks a speech some Pray since America s birth a years ers some hand music some entertain men and a grand display of old glory except that in 197 1 America especially in Washington Espe Day when its designated Quot Honor America Day a there will be bigger fireworks a most important speaker More music and entertainment and More flags than grandma Ever saw on the town Square. And More people. Of a just the motive behind an Honor America Day is suspect in the quarters that have used the same Arenas the area of a but the Manor America by committee made it Plain the Only speech will be by Evange list Billy Graham and none of the Day will be political a everybody included in the program is going to be interested in budding up America to make people appreciate the great Joy of being an american citizen Quot said Willard mar Riott. Chairman of the event a restaurant Motel magnate and Good Friend of president Nixon Honor America Day s entertainment will be. Headlined by see America Day a Page 8> new War on pot a / v. It a a called Success by Peggy Simpson associated press writer Washington a the Justice department says it is highly pleased with initial results of Quot operation cooperation a the joint .-mexican-Dri be to destroy opium poppies and marijuana in Mexico and catch those who Trade in the illicit drugs. Citing figures from a report to be published later this week Bob Funesti of the departments Bureau of narcotics and Dan a serous drugs listed some examples of arrests due to the two country cooperation a in Mexicali mexican police arrested a a major trafficker As he attempted to deliver one ton of marijuana to a Budd undercover agent Quot a a in Guadalajara the mexican army seized five tons of marijuana and arrested 15 . Citizens alleged to have arranged to into this country in Jalisco Budd agents helped when mexican police captured a fully equipped heroin _ Laboratory arrested three per sons and seized 225 grains of pure heroin. Other examples involved a rents in new York City Las vegas California and Tucson ariz., and elsewhere. In addition the mexican government wiped out 5,745 acres of poppies and 44 tons of marijuana in a drive last Spring Funesti said operation. Cooperation started last fall after an earlier Antidrug drive Quot operation intercept Quot soured .-mexican relations by creating big Jam at customs Points that discouraged tourism and inconvenienced mexicans working in the United states under operation cooperation the United states this week is sending Mexico three Light aircraft and five radio equipped helicopters a rating five persons they Are a Quad at a total 3815,Oro in addition the mexican gov eminent will receive $15,000 for Remote sensing experiments aimed at detecting opium poppies and marijuana in their Roll a see put War. Page in a Iii Rich arb Pyle associated pres writer. Saigon Apt the last american combat troop in Cambodia pulled Back into South Vietnam this afternoon in Effort completing the v s with draws one Day ahead of president Nixon a deadline still in Cambodia hut sched tiled to Bienve by Midnight tuesday were a handful of american advisors to some of the 39.000 South vietnamese troops also still there although these americans also Are being pulled out the South vietnamese will keep Force beyond the Border for an indefinite period to bolster the shaky government of a Premier Lam Nal Only very Light Contact was reported As the last mud caked 1.800 men of the 1st air cavalry Divo Wrai walked or flew across the Border North of Saigon dosing out the a today drive into enemy munitions add Supply dump hat Nixon has called the Quot Moat successful Quot operation of the Vietnam War meanwhile Premier Lon. Nol of Cambodia said in phenom penh that he hoped Nixon would Send troops Back into his country if his governments military situation deteriorated further no made Clear at a news conference that. . Air forces have been giving tactical a to support to cambodian ground troops and said the Pentagon had assured him this w Ould continue after june 3b. . A final con end that ail us. Air attacks in Cambodia have been against enemy Supply line and defense Secretary Melvin h Laird said last Kri a Day that this bombing would continue after june to but Laird refused to say whether american planes would also provide support for cambodian troops commenting a i done to Deheve that it s Good practice to give Flat answers on operational orders As far As the future is concerned a the . Command announced that no americans were killed in either South Vietnam or Cambodia in the 24 hour period ending at Midnight Sun Day the first time thik had occurred since last Christmas Day w Hen a cease fire was in effect but Early today three americans were killed and ii wounded in a North vietnamese attack on a. Night Camp of the 5th mechanized divisions 1st Bri Gar just South of zone the command said two of the enemy were killed. Action elsewhere was Light and scattered with . Forces reporting at least 14 wounded two of them in Cambodia South vietnamese forces re ported several clashes with 45 North vietnamese killed and two captured in a fight two Milf South of the demilitarized zone the War was going no better for the cambodian army today than it has in weeks but it also was going no worse the cambodian High command s spokesman told newsmen in phenom penh the Viet Cong and North vietnamese had made ground assaults get the major depot at Long Vek. 23 Miles North of phenom penh and had fired mortars at government positions in the Stein reap angkor area Sec Indochina. Page 8 Middle East Roundup Egypt s Nasser arrives in Moscow for talks by the associated press egyptian president Gama Abdel Nasser arrived in be soviet Union today and was expected to discuss with soviet leaders the new american Middle East peace proposals and his country s defense Neefe. The Arab leaders visit came in the Wake of statements by palestinian guerrilla leaders that they would sabotage any Effort at reaching a political settlement Between Arab governments and. Israel. On the Battle fronts israeli warplanes raided Jordan and Southeast Lebanon sunday in retaliation for Arab guerrilla attacks that killed one civilian and wounded two civilians and two policemen. The israeli air Force also kept up its Day and night attacks on egyptian posts along the Suez canal the military command in Tel Aviv said its planes attacked Arab guerrilla strongholds on it. Hermon in Southeast Lebanon for 3s minutes and hit guerrilla bases in Jordan three times sunday. Large numbers of planes also bombed intermittently along the canal during the Day. And the strike continued through the night. No israeli planes were lost a an said. The three civilian casualties were in the town of Kiryati Shimona two mile from the lebanese horde. A 23-year-old worker Riding a Motorbike was killed and a. Woman was slightly injured in one rocket barrage and a Man was lightly wounded in a second rot Ket attack the two pol Cemen were wounded by bazookas fired by guerrillas from Lebanon who attacked Border police in upper Galilee israeli warplanes made sortie twice sunday against guerrilla targets in Jordan a military spokesman said. Between the two attacks guerrillas to Jordan fired rockets at the Frontier town of beit Shean. A frequent target but no casualties or damage were reported. Arab and israeli leaders con tin used to discuss the new american peace proposals for the Middle East. In Amman one influential guerrilla official declared a we Are the joker in the pack without our consent they can do nothing and we will never agree to a peaceful settlement a a fall we have to do is assert our Power in one country Jordan comes immediately to mind a and the rest will lose their resolve and Start backsliding another official said a if they give us Back Palestine All of Palestine then we shall be satisfied. Otherwise you see Middle East Page 8>

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