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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - March 21, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaDaily except sunday Washington North Capot in a. Sat Uro a Stern Rqn March 2l jl92q a filing Over Hyde has 3-Way sheriffs race late filers voluntary whorl Challenge recreation Center incumbents top posts at stake inside the Post office in new York the mall bag he untouched and the sorting Bina Are empty during the walkout. As mail strike continues outside the Post office in new York the letter carriers and other postal workers walk picket line during the walkout no induction no checks by Joe Nicholson or. Associated press writer More than 18 million pieces of undelivered mail have caused inconvenience for millions personal hardship for some and serious disruption for Many businesses. In areas affected by the strike Many persons dependent on pension or welfare payments which they normally receive through the mail were worried. Anxiety spread among others including wives of servicemen in Vietnam who waited for letters from Distant relative. Mounting hardship were de scribed by Many in the business financial and Industrial communities. Some members of the garment Industry said undelivered mail orders for easter clothing could cause business failure. Quot its a miserable mess a said a corporation executive who had been frustrated in attempts to get mail from his strike free Miami residence to his strike bound new York office. The Wall Street financial Community in new York was hard hit As grading volume fell dipping to 7.91 million shares Friday on the new York Stock Exchange lowest since dec. 26. However the new York and the1 american Stock exchanges and the Over the counter securities Market said they planned to remain open. Business leaders said the backlog of undelivered commercial mail would take Days and possibly weeks to unravel. They said some financial transactions had become entangled. Some political and business leaders called for leniency for persons who fall behind on instalment payments because of the Mau a stoppage a Chase Manhattan Bank anti Mir men confident by Carl p. Leubsdorf associated press writer Washington apr sen. Edward w. Brooke says he is optimistic the Senate will pass his Resolution characterized by a colleague As a plea to halt the race by Banning deploy Merit of a these horrible weapons a the Mir and the abm. The description was provided by sen. J. W. Fulbright chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee that Friday voted 10-0 to report Brookes Resolution to the Senate floor after expanding it to seek a joint moratorium on 1 in Cambodia offensive and defensive strategic weapons system. Mir stands for multiple independently targeted re entry vehicle a Type warhead the Nixon administration plans to install on . Missiles this Spring. The safeguard Anibal Listic missile system has already been approved by Congress in limited form and the administration now seeks its expansion. Brooke whose Resolution originally applied Only to the Mir and was cosponsored by 43 colleagues said he expects to line up More than 50 of the too senators in support of the rewritten measure within a few Days. The Massachusetts Republican said in an interview he May ask senate1 democratic Leader Mike Mansfield to Call up the proposal before completion of debate on supreme court nominee g. Harrold Carswell if it drags close to the april 16 reopening of the talks at Vienna. Brooke conceded addition of defensive weapons systems such As the to the Resolution see Mir Page my spokesman in new York said that few if any penalties would be assessed against those who fall behind on payments in Indianapolis the travellers insurance co. And travellers indemnity co. Of Indianapolis said that policyholders unable to make payments on premiums due would not be penalized a for a reasonable period of time Quot in Washington the Federal Reserve Board announced that Money would be provided for member Banks to make Short term Loans to businesses Seri a a toe Mau. Fag 8 holy week services at Swan Quarter late Filer getting in under the wire before the noon filing deadline Friday created new political race in the May t primary including a three Man race for sheriff two Friday filers for sheriff were Roger Swindell Young Swan Quarter Fanner and Harry Jarvis of Engelhard a Hyde county seafood dealer they Challenge Veteran Senff Charlie Gabon who held the office 20 years longer than any other huh a two Way rare also developed for the office of Register of deeds when mrs Faye Sadler of Swan Quarter filed against incumbent or. Evelyn Swindell Dixon. Other Filer included three candidates opposing commissioner Tommy Jones of Fairfield incumbent from District two which is comprised of Fairfield and Currituck township All Are negroes. They Are Nathan Barrow and Mckinley Gaskins of Scranton and Albert Whitaker of Fairfield ten Candida Tes Are seeking five seats on the county Board of education which is a non partisan countywide election the 10 include the five incumbents four negro candidate and a White challenger the incumbents Are Wesley a dance of Engelhard Earl Pugh of Lake Landing. Walter Lee Gibbs of Engelhard and Seth Bridgeman Cradle of swamp Quarter the challengers include Etta Green and Eugah Green both of Swan Quarter Lincoln Everett of Engelhard. John Riley Spencer of so Hyde. Page a a sought for Hyde Swan Quarter an Effort is being launched to get a playground a group of interested parents and citizens have banned together to promote the proposal which is designed to provide recreational opportunities and entertainment for Mainland children the prop Naa i Calls for erection of a facility at a Central location to provide space for dancing games and entertainment it would also provide outdoor space for play. Mrs l. A. Hyde of Slanesville. A spokesman for the promoters says such a facility is badly needed a there is nothing in Hyde for our children and teenagers to do in the Way of entertainment a a said mrs Hyde adding that a your Young people either have to leave the county or make their own entertainment u is easy to see some of the things that can happen in a situation like this mrs Hyde said a your goal is to work for a recreation Center playground and picnic she admitted that it would take a considerable sum to finance such a project but was optimistic that the proposed could be carried out if the citizens of the county would unite in seeking Suph a facility. Mrs. Hyde a a a. No a Peck is have been approved but said a meeting of the organizing committee will probably come up with firmer plans at a meeting tuesday night. She said the group would in interested in viewing any building that might but available m68bm late tile pow Mility of utilizing the old West Hyde High school in Swan Quarter had found that the budding is or espied and in use mrs Hyde said the main concern m the beginning stages of the Effort is to contort people and create interest she said the organizing group a see recreation Page 8> slew Art elected epic director mayor a. Thomas Stewart Lias been elected one of 15 director of epic electric Power in Carolina which i embarking on i 11 75 billion electric Power development program in North Carolina Tiff leers of the new organization which was in Corpora led in Raleigh thursday were elected on Friday. _ epic i a cooperative Effort by the electric cities and Rural electric co Ops to assure themselves and their con set errs through construction of their own generating and transmission facilities of adequate Low Cost Power to meet the states needs. J. Garner Bagal. Mayor of Statesville and president of the electric ties assoc.1st Ion. Was elected president by Khz managing editor the hand shaking Back slapping and name Selling of the .1979 Beaufort county primary Campaign has started the deadline for filing for county and state offices ended at noon Friday with no under the wire candidates enter my the Spring political fray hut a do in Ami a half had filed previously. From now i the campaigning for some of the top of fire in the county a intruding the offices of sheriff clerk of court and it Eata on the boards of commissioners and education is dead serious the county political pot has moved to the front Burner the races including two at the District level Are As follows slate Senate a incumbent Edgar Gurganis of Williamston. Opposed by former senator Ashley Futrel of Washington the District is comprised of Beaufort Hyde. Tyrrell dare and Martin counties House seat no. 2 incumbent Archie Murrus of Manteo opposed by w j Dick Lupton of Swan Quarter the District is comprised of Beaufort Hyde. Tyrrell Inre Washington and Martin counties w r Roberson. Or of this City is unopposed for Seal number Tine. Sheriff a incumbent Jack Harris opposed by Edward Brown Washington service station operator clerk of court a i Nett a Bent mrs refine Cherry opposed by Marvin i Tetterton. Washington a see Beaufort. Page 8 St Peters baby s Mother s treets guarded. It a it of a a a. A a for new leaders Nelson w. Taylor Beaufort attorney will speak at Zion episcopal Church at 7 00 . Palm sunday evening March 22, on the subject a the laymen looks at the Croas. He is diocesan president of the episcopal laymen this service is a gathering of Beaufort county episcopalians. Beginning monday of the coming holy week there will be noon Day meditations from 12 05 to 12 25 in St. Peter s Church with the following speakers Hobart Brown monday Gib Litchfield. Tuesday Beverly Moss wednesday Peyton Holloman Maundy thursday. On Maundy see services Page 8� still missing the whereabouts of Barbara Jean Best 14-year-old Mother of Randy Lee Best who was found dead in bed Here Friday remains a mystery As police continue their investigation. Results of an autopsy performed on the month old baby Are unknown at this writing As the Coroner could not be contacted and police did not have the information. The baby boys body was found Friday at approximately 8 a.m., by his grandmother with whom both he and his Mother were living at 311 West 10th Street. The body was found under a bundle of blankets in the boys bedroom. Brother Arno weather occasional rate tonight with rain moderate to heavy at time Low tonight 98. Sunday rain ending but continued Cloudy High ,5646 Washington daily news if you do not get your paper ,. Dial m-tl45 Between 8 a and 7 0 of clock and one wet be delivered to jew established 1909 eight pages by t. Jeff Williams associated press writer phenom penh Cambodia apr troops with fixed bayonets lined the streets in cambodians capital today As the new three Man leadership made its first Public appearance at the National Assembly. Cheng Heng was sworn in As provisional chief of state replacing Prince Norodom Sihanouk who was ousted in a bloodless coup last wednesday. Vice. Premier Sisowath Tsirik Matok considered the real Power behind the coup and defense minister Gen. Lon nol stood at his sides. Sihanouk who was ousted while in Moscow was quoted in peking As calling for a referendum and urging foreign governments not to recognize the forces which deposed him. Sihanouk had interrupted a vacation in France to Fly to Moscow and peking in Hopes of getting soviet and chinese leaders to help persuade Viet Cong and North vietnamese forces to reduce their military presence in Cambodia. Matako a government continued to consolidate its position. In its latest move the government ousted foreign minister Norodom Puri Sara a Distant Cousin of Sihanouk he was replaced by Yem Sampaur who also holds the portfolios of Justice. Health and Community relations and who was cambodians first foreign minister in 1949. The government ordered All pictures of Sihanouk removed from sight. Pictures of the Prince some of which have Hung in their places since he was placed on the throne by French colonial rulers in 1941, began coming Down in All Public buildings and offices. A cambodian language news paper a Golden country a reported today that Lon nol was instrumental in. Blocking a Power play by Sihanouk a followers. The paper Eaid the pro Sihanouk move was made last tuesday a the Day before Sihanouk was ousted by minister of ground defense Oum Tannou Rine and by the police chief of phenom penh. Both have been fired and Are believed to be under House arrest. Meanwhile the local press and radio continued frontal assaults on the name of Sihanouk and his wife Princess Monique. One local language paper charge that Sihanouk and his see Cambodia Page 8 honoured f Rida Roger Swindell announces in Hyde Swan Quarter a Roger Swindell 33-year-old Swan Quarter Farmer filed Friday for the office of sheriff of Hyde county. Or. Swindell is the son of or and mrs. Melvin Swindell both of whom served As clerk of Superior court Here. He is a lifelong resident of Hyde county and a graduate of West Hyde High school and attended Louisburg College for one year. He is married to the former Betty Joan lae. They have two see Swindell Page a i by Mary m. Toler daily news staff writer whether one is celebrating the sixteenth sixtieth or 100th birthday the excitement is there and this was proven yesterday by David w. Arnold when hundreds of friends called to extend birthday greetings to the grand old gentleman on his 100th birthday there were hundreds of birthday greetings and among these too numerous to name was an engraved greeting card with the White House Seal personally signed by president Richard m Nixon who included wishes from mrs. Nixon and greetings from Robert Scott governor of North Quot Carolina and Robert m. Ball u. 5 j commissioner of social Security Baltimore my. Other greetings were received from Pat Taylor it. Governor of n. Walter Jones congressman first District Sam j Ervin and b. Everett Jordan u. S. Senators w. R. Roberson jr., House of represent Tives of n. C., Ashley b. Futrel editor Washington daily news and former n. Senator and a framed certificate to David Arnold for meritorious service above and beyond the Call of duty from the adult Bible class of the first Church of Christ. Or. Arnold a Wreath of smiles As he greeted his. Many friends at the Beaufort county nursing Home was reflected in the Large number of gorgeous Floral appointments sent by his Many a admirers Quot including outstanding arrangements from a local florists. Celebrating the Happy occasion with their father were mrs. Hilton Mae Alligood of this City and mrs. William Esther Sellers of gains vice ga., along with grandchildren and great grandchildren. Or. Arnold and his two daughters leave a Long heritage . Seven grandchildren nine great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. The honoured guest received his friends before an appropriate Wall scrod. Picturing a King and the inscription a King for a. Day on your 100th birthday a since the commissioners of Beaufort county and the mayor of Washington had proclaimed what a Day hundreds of friends helped to celebrate the 100th birthday. March 20,. When. David w. Arnold was honoured at the Beaufort county nursing Home the occasion hosted by the first Church of Christ of which he is a charter member and former minister. Or. Arnold in toe heed of eve generations and pictured with him Are one of his. Daughters. Mrs. Hilton Mael Alligood rights and a granddaughter mrs. Miriam Hardison Carter left. On Grandad s knee is Tom Carter Iii. The fourth generation. Members of the fifth generation were unable to attend four year old Mike Goodman of new York and Corbin herring 14 months old great great Granddad Gaiter of Martinsville. A. E photo by Litchfield Friday March 20 a David w Arnold the Wall scroll was presented or. Arnold by the senior citizens club of which he is a member and was designed and made by the 5th Grade students of John Small school. The birthday table was a picture of elegance highlighted by a huge four tiered birthday cake beautifully decorated in Pale yellow and Green and holding 100 lighted candles punch birthday cake and salted nuts were served by the women of the first Church of Christ and granddaughters of the guest of Honor. The party table was further marked by a Central arrangement of yellow Daisy chrysanthemums with greenery and Lacy Nap us Happy birthday Dave Arnold. All in All it was g great Day celebrating a great occasion for a great gentleman. David w
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