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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - March 28, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather. I i change at rain a Tate a to nought am a late Bubba Naglit with lows in ii rat footer Ftp my High pc established 1909___ ? Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial �2145 Between a 39 and t on of Cion and one will be delivered to uni Light pages Washington. North Carolina. Saturday after non. March 2a 19/q daily la lip i sunday. Worlds christians by Joe Nicholson Jyh Auw Ulalh Presa writer christians around the world will celebrate easter sunday the most joyous Holiday on the Christian Calendar with new it orgy and traditional easter Bon Neta coming after the repentant 40 Days of Lent and the solemn three hour Good Friday services marking the agony and death of Jesus on the Cross christians will celebrate Ilia. Resurrection with Sunrise services and new fashion Pope Paul i is to give his famed papal of a vol Reg Quot Urbiet orbit to the City and the world a to thousands of romans and pilgrims in St. Peter s Plaza in Rome for roman catholics in the United states it will be the first easter sunday with new Liturgy for the mass. It was approved by the National conference of Bishops for use beginning last sunday. In new York fifth Avenue will be1 closed to traffic for the traditional easter Parade Fea hiring women in flowered and Ben boned bonnets several blocks away in Manhattan s Central Park sheep Meadow several thousands hippies and other Young people Are planning to sing and commune controllers strike makes travel hard but possible by Harry Rosenthal associated press writer Washington apr travelling by air at eastertide invariably involves crowds and delays this weekend a strike reduced Force of air traffic controllers made such travel formidable though possible. Especially in the Midwest and East flying from one place to another meant enduring ticket counter lines snack bar lines waiting room lines and finally sitting in planes lined up on runways. As one of every four air traffic controllers reported he was sick it meant watching Depar hire and arrival boards for information running from airline counter to airline counter checking for alternate flights taking already crowded trains and buses or simply staying Home and phoning easter greetings. The professional air traffic controllers organization Pat co claimed 3.500 of its Mem Bers heeded its Call for a Gener Al walkout in a Long simmering feud with the Federal aviation administration Over pay work Load and equipment. The Faa however said Only about 1,000 bad failed to show on fridays three shifts. It Las tto reates a employees with dismissal for unexcused absences. The easter weekend travel crush is second Only to christmastime. The airlines scrapped hundreds of the 6,900 flights scheduled especially Short haul runs on the East coast. But the failure of air planes to be at an Eastern departure Point at the right time affected nights in the far West too. The absences were most keenly Felt in the Faa s 21 air route control centers where men at radar screens guide High Alti hide jetliners Between airports there were pickets at some centers. At the Kansas City Center where Only 21 of 63 controllers showed for the evening shift Only two flights an hour were being handled from adjacent centers while other overflights were being routed North and South. At the Kansas City municipal Airport itself All 10 controllers failed to report to work. The Faa said in All such cases supervisory personnel handled the Job and Secretary a a a j of transportation John a. Volpe h q pal pro i n said. Quot we do not intend to Sacri m fice safety at any at the Chicago control Center 3� of 113 controllers called in sick and the spacing of a Topi Aries was reduced to the Point that arrivals and departures were delayed by an average of 40 minutes. By 11 . The delays at Newark and other new York airports were a Barf from As Runsas four hours to 15 minutest the Faa said Only 75 of 149 controllers came to work on the evening shift As Islip. N.y., which controls High Altitude flights into new Yorkus Kennedy and la Guardia airports and Newark. Berate easter sunday with nature in Nual easter a reputed Mas Lead a Sunrise in mine tonal easter Rosary roman will be flt Vigil in o featuring Flowers by Gay e Rev y. Rector of the h. Said a red Yang brass in or comr the his Church s because Quot the boldness of to be heard a a a Mora Stoffl Ter a id easter with a musical bus tour of the City worshipper in Atlanta will carry Tore he up the Rocky path of nearby Stone Mountain the world largest outcropping of Granite for a Sunrise service in suburban Dekalb county the easter egg Hunt will be conducted with 36.000 eggs dyed by prisoners from the county prison farm during Good Friday thou Sands of Chris 11 a across the nation attended Church while others marked the holy Day by donating blood to the poor or staging Antiwar protests in Syracuse n y. Clergy and laymen concerned about Viet Nam read a speech by the late or. Martin Luther King or urging involvement m Antiwar protests during the solemn the by in worship period a delegation from Jue is by donated Hind to Harlem Hospital in Rome Pope Paul walked Barefoot across the cold Marble floor of the fourth Century base Lica of St Mary major Friday during a somber Good Friday ceremonies later a he prayed for the Church himself. Christian Unity jews unbelievers work rulers and the needs of the faithful said my Folvi a _ or i have not set ascended to the father but go to my Brethren and say to them i am ascending to my father to my god and your god. A Mary Magdale Wen tand to Thea i have seen the a Torch a % and she told them that he had said these things s w a to her. T 23 demos win state seats in Assembly w without fight russians Middle East Nixon ups Carswell Campaign Cambodia calling veterans to duty robber kidnaps police chief Weaverville n. A a Well dressed Brazen robber a held up the Weaverville Branch of the Bank of French Broad after kidnapping the towns police chief and commandeering his patrol car. Bank officials say an audit is under Way to determine How much Money the Holdup Man took. He struck shortly before 5 30 . Friday driving up in the Cruiser he had stolen from chief Cleve Honeycutt. The robber came into the Bank and said he had a message from Honeycutt. Once in the office of Bank manager r. B. Hall the thief Drew a pistol and demanded Money after handcuffing Hall and taking the Money the robber walked out the Back door and drove away in the police car. Weaverville is about 10 Miles North of Asheville. Honeycutt meanwhile was bound to a tree with his own Handcuffs and his eyes were taped shut by a Man he said duped him with a false crime report., Honeycutt said he received a Telephone Call shortly after 3 . From a Man who said someone had stolen his wife a purse. After meeting the Man Honeycutt said the two of them drove to a cemetery on the East Side of town to investigate. At that Point the Man Drew a gun and handcuffed the police chief to a tree gagged and blindfolded him and drove off see robbery Page 1 Saigon a the cambodian state radio called on All army veterans and reservists to return to Active duty today in the face of continuing demonstrations near the capital phenom penh. The radio monitored in Saigon renewed a government Appeal to the Viet Cong and the North vietnamese to meet with a cambodian delegation and arrange withdrawal of the 40,000 to 60,000 vietnamese troops in the country. But it did. Not seem Likely the Appeal would be heeded since the North vietnamese and the Viet Cong withdrew most of their diplomatic personnel from phenom penh Friday. With the new government apparently concerned about the possibility of a counter coup by supporters of ousted chief of state Prince Norodom Sihanouk both of Cambodia s International airports remained closed for the second Day in a Row. Airlines sources in Bangkok Thailand reported scheduled flights of air Vietnam Union of Burma airways and lao airlines cancelled stops at phenom penh and siem reap. The sources said it. Was possible the airports would reopen monday. The cambodian radio said in a French language broadcast that on thursday night and Friday morning the Viet Cong organized demonstrations at Konn Pong Cham about 35 Miles from phenom penh a to come and trouble our the radio warned cambodians a not to be taken in by those who indulge in the games of the Viet Cong. You must understand that Sihanouk was legally divested of his functions of chief of state conforming to the Constitution. He is a traitor to the Sihanouk was deposed March see Cambodia Page 8 by Arthur Gashon associated pres a writer London apr the soviet. Union s position has hardened Oil key Mideast peace issues Toni de states shelved Israel a request for new warplanes informed diplomats reported today. The development has disappointed Western authorities. Some had hoped for a soviet gesture to match what president Nixon intended As a move to de escalate Arab israeli feuding. Informant gave this picture on the basis of the russian position outlined at a meeting of big four envoys in new York last week and at a meeting with state department officials in Washington this week. They noticed that the general outline of Nixon s decision on Jet warplanes for. Israel had emerged by last week. These informants said soviet envoys in new York and Washington insisted a israeli forces must quit All territories won from the arabs in 1967, including Jerusalem the Sharmel Sheik bastion overlooking the tiran Straits and the Golan Hei arhon in sri and minor Frontier changes could be proposed by Israel after a peace settlement and the arabs could negotiate on these if they please this contrasted with soviet hints last month that minor Border rectification could be discussed As part of a settlement. A there is no need to enshrine an a Rah israeli settlement in a contractual peace treaty As Israel demands. Census mail out Washington a a Mountain of government forms streamed into american Homes today As tha cents Bureau launched its a nce a decade Effort of asking die Public to line up and count off mailman rape delivering to the nations 82 million House Balds questionnaires that when Iliad out and sent Back by return Mas a later than wednesday will provide a basis for re apportioning the House the figures will Abo he applied under a dozen or More government programs to determine How much Federal Money goes where most of the form about 8o per cent according to. The Bureau will be four Pagas tog Ami will take about 15 minutes to Complete. Twenty per cent of the questionnaires will be More extensive end probably equip half an hour or longer to fill out the census Bureau wants the forms filled out wednesday with information that applies that Day envelopes accompany some of the questionnaires so they can. Be returned easily the rest will be picked up by Numera tors. A a rep. Jones comes Nado veep Kivet elected Frank Kivett of this City has been elected vice president of the National association of development organizations. The convention was held in Atlanta and attended by More than 650 delegates with Regency Hyatt As Headquarters. The organization is an association of planning and development agencies from across the Usa. Or. Kivett a native of Star n. C., Montgomery county moved to Washington from Carthage he is married to the former miss Brenda Holt of Salisbury. They have four children Sybol Kimberly Brian and Charles. They Are Active in the United methodist Church in civic and Community affairs and or. Kivett is executive director of the mid East economic development commission. Go to Washington to balance Sheet for or opposition Nix or congressman Waller out swinging last f he spoke to Hie Beaufort county democratic women. The Republican talk about the big switch a but just recently in. A county in toy District where much publicity was Given to a changeover this particular county As of december 31 had 1.6,819 democrats and 1,914 a what is happening a he asked answering his question he called attention to the fact that the Nixon administration has done nothing Tom re offering a farm Bill in Congress. A prices continue to Rise on items we All buy. Six automobile dealers in this District have recently gone out of business. Crime is More rampant today than Ever the Vietnam War goes on and on in spite of the much publicized plan or. Nixon had in the Campaign get to a he now and in Nixon and for bringing it to an end he added a a the d eur Tianti ii democrats of equally 1972 with the summing tip his a peer h. He a i d a we must quit apologizing the democratic party is not dead. When i see this Type of enthusiasm 1 know we Are doing All a congressman Jones was introduced by w. R Bill Roberts jr., state representative. Mrs Verona Cratch president presided Over the meeting held at Holiday inn with 7� Flani it it cratic women and their husbands at tending. Mrs Guy Pittman Zave a report or the Regent democratic workshop. Held j in Greenville. Lloyd so Beaufor t county democratic chairman reported on the Jeffers on Jackson Day dinner and he advised that the full quota has not yet been met. A see politics Page 8 by John Cha i Mil k associated pervs writer Washington a thai Nixon administration is reports de mapping so stepped up Senate lobbying it Effort in Hawk at by preme Courtn Tommee g. Har rold Carwell to it counter growing opposition to the Tallahassee. Flite judge. The White House however has rejected it least tentatively a proposal that president Nixon go on nationwide television to urge Public support of the nomination. A pro Carswell Senate source said administration strategy sessions Are focusing on How to bolster Carswell a chances of sen ate confirmation amid increasing signs the outcome is in doubt Nixon remained outwardly confident. At key Biscayne a where the president is spending the easter weekend. White House press Secretary Ronald a Ziegler said the chief executive feels Carswell will be confirmed the Senate votes april 6 an a motion by sen Birch Bash d ind., to Send the nomination Hack to the Senate judiciary committee in an Effort to kill it if the re committal motion fails a vote on confirmation will be taken two Days later the motion is designed to woo Republican senators who lean against. Carswell but who Are Quot reluctant to oppose Nixon on a confirmation vote the Senate source reported that after a strategy meeting at the White House thursday night word had been received through the Justice department that. Nixon was not going to go on television to Appeal to the nation for support of Carswell so see Carswell Page 8> tobacco meet slated apr. 1 a meeting on tobacco mechanization and bulk curing of tobacco will be held at the Beaufort county agricultural building Here wednesday april 1, at f 30 ., it was announced Friday by Max Chr snut Beaufort county Extension chairman. Or. Chesnutt said there is a great Deal of interest in mechanization and bulk curing and that or. Rupert Watkins. Agricultural engineering specialist at n. State University in Raleigh will be. On hand to discuss questions concerning these relatively new methods. Interested Farmers and citizens Are invited to attend. Raleigh a Twenty three democratic candidates have won seats m the �97t North Carolina general Aasten Bly without opposition including 20 members of the 1969 session this was shown in a list released Friday by Secretary of state Thad Eure a total of 392 candidates in the primary Falls 22 Short it i the record set two years ago despite the fact that for the first time three parties Are in the balloting the american party is the newcomer key democratic leaders assured of their seats Are rep Phil Godwin of Gates county stated to be House speaker sen Hector Mcgeachy of Cumber land. Senate president pro tem in the last session and rep Richard Clark of Union county Leader of consumer interests in 1969. Eure said that from 50 to 70 members of the 196� legislature wont he track for the i97t st1 Sion in hiding such Leader As sen Lindsay Warren of Wayne and rep. Hugh Johnson of sup tin Danio crafts who decided not i it a do a reelection. Reie fledgling american party is offering candidates in three of the 22 Senate districts and in three of the 49 House districts last time the Republican party did not win any seats with out a contest in the primary May 2 or. The Gaffe fat. Election nov 3 democrats have candidates in All 49 House districts and m All the Senate districts except the 25th. A Republican stronghold composed of Davie. Watarai Wilkes and Yadkin counties republicans Are offering candidates in 4 1 House districts and 23 of the 33 Senate districts the House has 120 members and the Senate 50 democrats will wage primary Huff los in 28 of the House districts and the republicans in eight on the Senate Side primary Battles Are set by the democrats in 19 districts and by the republicans in two the american party has no primary contests for legislative seats rep James Holshouser of Boone the Republican state chairman faces opposition in the primary from two fellow republicans in the 44th House District composed of Avery Mitchell and Watauga counties two of the democrats unopposed in the primary Are Veteran sen. Ralph Scott of Alamance county a Unete of Quot got. Rob Scott and sen Marshall Rauch of Gaston county a candidate for president pro tem to Misc end Mcgeachy Mcgeachy is not planning to seek the Post again because of a tradition against serving in tie Job fur two consecutive terms Walter Green of Burlington a in battled chairman of the american party Heads the handful of candidates being offered by the organization a rival faction is challenging Green for the Legal leadership of the state party ceremonies begin t a it up. J in Kome 1 Oday by Patrick e. Of Keefe associated press Vulter Rome Apt Pope Paul i faced a full schedule of easter activities today capping a week in which his recurrent theme has been an Appeal for peace the ceremonies were to Start at -5 . Rome time in the atrium of St Peters Basilica when the pontiff blesses he new fire Quot of an easter of Andje. A Symbol of divine Grace the program then Calls for Pope Paul to walk in procession with cardinals and Bishops to the main altar where he is to celebrate the easter Vigil mass. Create holy water by Blessing it and hear thousands of catholics renew their baptismal vows to renounce satan and Lead a virtuous life. A. On easter morning the Pope motors to the suburb of Acilia for an 8 of clock mass. Then returns for a solemn mass on the Loggia of St. Peter s Basilica finally he is to deliver the traditional papal bit a Hurt of it orbit a to the City and the world in which he to expected to repeat his plea for world peace. On Palm sunday the pontiff deplored Quot growing and frightful armament and the Lack of peace in menus hearts then on Good Friday he carried a six foot Cross in. An outdoor procession walking through a steady drizzle along the Quot Way of the Cross from the ancient colosseum to the Temple of Venus. After the procession he urged All men to exert themselves a for the Good of others the redemption of humanity salvation and peace in the even As the world prepares to celebrate the resurrection of Christ a smouldering controversy Over the significance of the piece of Linen held to be his burial cloth has erupted anew. . Irked Over water decision Raleigh a the North Carolina Hoard of water and air resources is irked Over the Federal government s rejection of its proposed 93-degree Maxi mum water temperature for Eastern and Piedmont Rivers and streams. Raymond Talton of Raleigh president of Carolina Power amp Light co and a Board member said. Quot we could reasonably expect to shut Down every steam generating Plant and most waste treatment plants in the state if the regulation is adopted. The Board refused Friday to adopt a regulation which would prevent the temperatures in the Rivers and streams from rising above 90 degrees at any time the matter was sent Back to. The Board s pollution control committee with instructions to schedule Public hearings however. P. Greer Johnson of Asheville committee chairman said a i frankly think we be lost this War and they Federal government Are going to insist on these things Quot fish and other forms of aquatic life cannot survive in Waters that Are thermally polluted by the discharge of hot water Earle c. Hubbard assistant director of the water and air department said temperatures of some Rivers in North Carolina climb above 90 degrees under completely natural circumstances. He added that there Are no industries discharging into these Rivers. In other action the Board a see water Page 8
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