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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - March 13, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather Cloud Tow re rms in to Toht partly Cloudy saturday. Ctol ten cd void with Tow to tight Meatty 20 pm 10 or saturday Macuy in the a Washington daily news if you do not got your paper. Dial Maxl 45 Between a 10 7 00 of clock one will be delivered to you Esta Rushfo Foo Jui fag Washington North Carolina. Friday afternoon. March 13, 1970 daily except sunday years of practice specially certification. This Effort according to or. Dorsett culminates in their being con Vietnam fare. The whole social economic to ettral Structure in the Philip revolution asian soft spot in Philippines by Spencer Davis associated press writer Washington apr with the tone of a worried father a senior american official says the Philippines is the softest spot in the far East for a revolution to plat comb St Washington woman a club is to sponsor Jayne Winfield Ericourt in a piano concert Friday april 1, in the Washington High school auditorium. Mrs.1 Ericourt studied piano in new York City under Edwin Hughes Carl Friedberg. And at the age of 18 years she made her debut in Carnegie Hall. She has performed Mere than 50 times As soloist a with orchestra. And has concert in the states extensively is now starting an International career. She is professor of piano at Guilford College in Greensboro is a devotee of Spanish music. She recently returned from a concert tour in South America the daughter of or. And mrs. A Bryan Winfield of this City the woman s club feels very fortunate in having a native daughter return Here to perform at Bath banquet Fra awards Given Bath a Wiley Walker president of the Bath future Farmers of America chapter was last night presented the coveted chapter Star Farmer award at the chapters annual father son banquet at the1 Bath High school cafeteria. Other awards presented were Gene Biggs Star Green hand Neal Sawyer mechanics Mike Everett. Farm mechanics Chuck Windley crops farming Jimmy Latham livestock farming Lennie Paul horticulture Alan Aligood poultry farming Ryan Woolard Home improvement. The awards were presented by Hoyt. Wooten chapter advisor. Special honorary chapter Farmer plaques were presented to Jack Wallace school principal Sleber Latham chapter Friend. Honorary plaques were also presented to . Walker Beamon Watson Jack Wallace c. B. Windley j. T. Jefferson Chester Woolard. They were presented by president Wiley Walker. A numerous talk by w. D. See Fra Page 10 Charlotte busing Case could be a Milestone Tion there is an increasing feel ing the philippine could follow Laos in the Field of revolutionary a a liberation War correction in Greenville Scott dedicates alcoholic Center Pines appears suddenly shaky to analyst. They feel the administrative apparatus looks remark ably ineffective although there no fundamental reason for its weakness. Obviously this has provided Fertile ground for communist to. But no one in the Nixon administration is. Willing to credit the communists or the Philippines new left with the ability to unite All dissidents plan an organised armed rebellion without somehow leaking their intentions Only six months ago James m Wilson jr., the american minister in Manila told sen. Stuart Symington a subcommittee on . Security commitments overseas there was very Little possibility at that time of a revolution or coup do eat. But that was before a late Blooming student movement suddenly sprouted into a series of violent confrontations at Malaga Nang Palace the philippine White House at the Congress at the . Embassy in Plaza Miranda numerous student factions with a Broad spectrum of views ideologies leanings began by Philippines Page 101 in the editorial of yesterday entitled a hard to understand Why it must be so a the editor of the daily news discussed Why members of the Beaufort county school Board must be elected at Large rather than from districts. The editorial is misleading in that this editor did not know that the 1969 legislature passed a Law making such elections solely nonpartisan naming five As the number to serve. The 1967 legislature passed the Law taking the authority for naming school boards out of the hands of the legislature saying that such a Board could consist of a not less than three nor More than nine members Quot the 1967 Law also provided for either partisan or non partisan elections with the Choice to be made in each county. We were not aware of the 196� Law at the time the editorial was written. Since there is no local legislation to provide for election by districts or to have six members Beaufort county this time has to elect its Board of education members at Large. Two Are to be elected. Gray Hodges superintendent Lee Knott jr., attorney called our attention to the new 196� Law. Trad b Tankard. A Tankard re election. Thad e Tankard or Bath Farmer businessman today announced his candidacy for the Beaufort county Board of education. He is presently ser ving on the six Man Board the new Board will be a five Man group elected at Large in a non partisan manner. Or Tankard was born reared in Bath. A graduate of Bath High school he attended Campbell College two years married to the former miss Rowena Woolard also of Beaufort county they have four children. Thad Iii student at ecu Wayne 17, Bath High school Junior. Keith 15, Sophomore Rowena sixth Grade. Or. Tankard is a member of the methodist Church in Bath where he serves As Lay Leader a member of the administrative Board. He is a member of the Bath Lions dub a. Past president. He is also a member of the Volunteer Bath fire department. In making his announcement today or. Tankard said a we have Many educational problem today. I dial face every school Miter honestly fairly i shall do my Best to help meet present future educational needs of the children of Beaufort county a Jones to speak to demo women congressman Walter b. Jones will be the speaker at the meeting of the Beaufort county democratic women to be held on March 27 at the Holiday inn in Washington the meeting will get underway at too of clock according to mrs. Verona Cratch president. Mrs. Cratch says the club is shooting for an attendance of 100 people on this occasion. Wives Are urged to bring their husbands for the meeting. Reservations should be made on or before March 26 in order that the number planning to attend can be known she says. The Price of the dinner will be 12.50 per person. Those planning to attend can Call either mrs. Cratch in Washington or mrs., Delma Keech in Belhaven Greenville . Api a gov. Bob Scott said today alcohol is involved in about one half of All traffic fatalities in North Carolina Quot about one out of every 5� Drivers is. Quot Many of the pedestrians killed on our streets High Way Are Scott mid. In a prepared talk at the dedication of the Walter b Jones alcoholic rehabilitation Center in Greenville a in some of our own mental health centers Quot the governor said a it has been found that about. 4� per cent of the children seen there have an alcoholic Parent or parents a he added the present future picture in the treatment of alcoholism is brighter Scott said it was a tribute to name the new rehabilitation Cen Ter in Honor of congressman waiter b. Jones a because it was he who conceived pushed the idea of financing Quot three centers in North Carolina it film Mylung a a Tettam mba or in 1965. Jones introduced legislation providing for the budding of the Greenville alcoholic rehabilitation Center for two others one at Black Mountain one at Butner funds were obtained for the proceeds of a five cents a bottle Price increase on alcoholic beverages sold in state Abc stores. A in serving the people who live in 32 of our Eastern counties this Center a Scott said. Quot will be a Tab so to speak providing guidance in the establish Tsee arc Page 10 experts gathering to destroy Birds phone Coop holds 13 the annual meet Pinetown a the 13th annual meeting of the tri Community Telephone membership corporation was held last night at Pinetown school auditorium with about 15� persons present. Actually the group is 16 years old but three meeting were skipped along the Way. Gwyn Price chairman of the . Rural electrification authority spoke briefly said a you Are a service he also said a the Best place to put ones Money is in his own looking at the picture of this organization he praised what had been accomplished called it an example of real t. R. Tyer or. Was reelected president last night. H. R. Osborne was reelected vice president Reeves Smith comes Back As Secretary . Glen Carowan is Quot again executive director. Alton Selby of Sidney Cron roads Guy Woogerd of Pinetown were named new Kaliph Carowan directors. L. E. Ross attorney had charge of the elections. Or. Tyer called the meeting to order . Welcomed the group. Guy Woolard gave the in vocation. Ashley b Futrell gave the main speech in which he reviewed the history of the tri Community Telephone membership corporation. He died those Early years such As 1945 when the first efforts were see Coop. Page 10 or Henry Stephenson Stephenson granted acc Fellowship Bethesda my. Six North Carolina doctors including one from Washington . Have been granted fellowships in the american College of cardiology acc the National medical society for specialists in cardiovascular diseases. The doctors Are among a group of 167 from the United states Canada Mexico recently admitted to the colleges highest membership classification the Washington physician is Henry l. Stephenson m d the six doctors As Well As the other new Fellows have fulfilled stringent membership requirements based on several Dorsett in their being com Side red by colleagues in their communities As specialists or consultants in cardiovascular see acc Page 101 dog Roundup called off the City stray dug Roundup i scheduled for the last two weeks in March has been postponed indefinitely. The City Council monday night rescinded a Resolution passed earlier requiring dog owner to keep their dogs confined while a Roundup of arrays by the county dog Warden special help hired by the City. The Snag developed when it turned out that the county City had failed to coordinate the event Lack of a tranquil Izer Pellet gun for use by the officers. Councilmen indicated they would act again if . When details can be worked out. Scotland neck . Apr what do you do to get rid of several million that s right several million unwanted Birds a there Are starlings . Blackbirds Grackles cow Birds the lice odor a Are says mayor Ferd Harrison. Experts from Washington Raleigh gathered in this Anat Ern North Carolina town today to tackle the problem. The Birds have taken Over a 40-acre tract of forested land Laid a Blanket of droppings several inches deep in a newly developing Section near the town Donald a Rice Carolinas supervisor of the Interior department s division of wildlife services estimates the number of Birds at three million. Other estimates run As High As six million. Harke says its difficult to find any Safe Way to destroy the Birds. Shooting is impractical. Chemicals Are out because they could kill other wildlife vegetation or even endanger the health of human beings an experimental eradication method is being tried but its effective enema is still unknown this involved spraying a non toxic wetting agent on the Birds from a helicopter two weeks ago. The aim was for rain to Wash out the natural Oil in the Birds feathers leaving them unable to Fly Likely to freeze to death. A a Quarter Inch of rain temperatures below 50 degrees would probably do the Job a Harke said a but an Inch of rain freezing temperatures would be better a the1 right combination has t come along yet Birds will for their Spring Breeding but residents fear that year an even larger group will return. Why did the Birds pick Scotland neck a we just done to know a Harke says. A Birds Roost in a number of different Harke says roosts of three million to five million Birds Are not rare that there is a Roost of an estimated 2� million in the dismal swamp of North see Birds Page 10 the a a Lood Oblu \ is coming Texas Gulf March 16 Belhaven March 24 Pivotal test for Blacks Whites by Barry Schwejda Tuorin pres writer Washington it a David red Everett Everett seeking Board seat David red Everett of White Post a Rural mail Carrier out of Bath for the past 214 years today announced his candidacy for the Beaufort county Board of education the election is a non partisan one in which members Are elected at Large. There Are two vacancies to be filled on May 2. Or. Everett a born reared in Beaufort county. He attended school in Bath served for nine years in the . Navy 1937 1946 he is m the former Eleanor honks of Wilson he is a member of Athens Chapel Church of Christ a member of the Bath Puritan club where he a been by rat Active Lee Lias held Evod Defte Quot a the club including a a of president. He is a. Mason Shriner a member of he Bath Pat he is also a member of the american legion vow. In making hit announcement today or. Everett said to offer myself As a candidate in the non partisan election coming up on May 2.1 shall appreciate the help support of our people of Beaufort county if elected i shall do my very Best to serve faithfully Well a angry White Parenta the Charlotte. N.c., school care pending before the supreme court is a Pivotal test of How much busing they will have to Bear for Inte Mittoo. For anxious Blacks the test is whether Appeal courts will mock determined District judges who insist the Constitution commands a racial balance in Public schools. The supreme court s options Are limited at this preliminary stage though the care could Flower into a Milestone decision eventually a at the moment the Mirt has to decide whether to 1 stay out at this Point leaving a big bus plan stalled at least until the court of appeals in Richmond. Va., holds a hearing april 9. Or -423 order District judge James b Mcmillan s computer assisted plan into effect immediately the scope of Mcmillan s desegregation order the vehement protests it has evoked gives this Case top Legal Priori a Ftp pm. The judge s busing command could put 14,00� additional Chil a Dren. By his estimate or 23,000 by school official son the Road. His action. Temporarily blocked by the appeals court is significant too in its marked contrast to judicial wavering on desegregation across the land though he has lived in Charlotte for More than 3� years Mcmillan has become the target of complaining Whites some have ailed for a Taa a a there Are vows of a school Boycott even Robert h Finch Secretary of health Edu it at Ion welfare one of the Nixon adm Nistra ban s More Liberal officials has Descry id his or Der a comparable one by judge Alfred g Kelson for la Angeles As a totally unrealistic a to this moment the supreme court tas methodically Cut Down efforts to delay desegregation. It Jiao ordered full Speed a a i see Quot Charlotte Pagels a a bulletin . Symphony concert slated Raleigh i apr the . Department of health. Education welfare has served notice on he consolidated University of North Carolina to achieve More integration at us Charlotte Campus. A letter to this effect from few was received thursday by unc president William c. Friday transmitted today to the University trustees executive committee. The North Carolina symphony will present a concert at Washington High school Here sunday afternoon March 22, at 2 30 . It was announced today the program will be the annual visit to the City by the symphony. A Tea will be Given afterwards for symphony society members by mrs. Harry Mcmullan. Discuss banquet flans Robert Tyndall ticket chairman for the annul chamber of Commerce Bank a of to be held at Brentwood Lodge wednesday. March 18, at a a Joti ., Albert Jowdy general chairman discuss plans for the event which will feature a talk by laugh fair cloth chairman of the state Highway . Monday March i

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