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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - May 1, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather partly it nip Witik Timmner it Uro through saturday. Vote on saturday Washington daily news if you do not got your paper ,. Dial Mitt it Mem m 7 of o�4oek and on a ill by 1 task so la Jim. A established 1909 eighteen pages Washington North Carolina. Friday afternoon May 1. 1970 daily except sunday Vole turnout Ixon launches new offensive in Iii a a re ail re so web . I props in Cambodia Prus a run Obi by Richard dab ass Edeual Preat writer Raleigh a with dirty or statewide race on the bal lot a voter turnout rang Loa from very Light in Tome ate Tiore to unusually heavy in others wan predicted today Lor North cart Ina to primary Etc Tiona saturday. The prediction came frown Alex Brock executive Secretary of the Board of election Brock said he had checked at Layat 86 of the states 100 counties and had found political activity Quot running from extremely Active to moderate to very Little a a the Lone statewide race pita incumbent Fred Hedrick a birr gtd judge of the state court of appeals against Harry c mar tin a Superior court judge of Asheville for democratic nomination to Hedricks seat. With no candidate from any other party on the ballot the Winner of the Hedrick a Martin contest will automatically be elected in the nov. 3 general election. Voters will also choose party nominees for Congress the Gen eral Assembly Superior court and a Hoat of local office Many candidates will coast through without opposition automatically getting places on the general election ballot Battles for Congress for example will be waged in Only Bree a est hcs a Quot the tit a hand 7th. And 23 general Saem Bly candidates Wilt not Only get through the primary unopposed but the general election As Well Brock the states acknowledged expert at forecasting election turnouts said he would not attempt to product a number of voters because of the Lack of statewide races Quot we take some Pride in our predictions Quot Brock said Quot and it would be foolish to try to come up with a number in an election situation such a this my. Brock said his checks with local election officials had shown that some of the heaviest turnouts May come in counties with Large Fields of candidates for sheriff. Quot we have an unprecedented number of counties with six or see election Page a it by John Roderick associated Preso writer Tokyo apr communist China and North Vietnam accused president Nixon today of expending the Vietnam War to All Indochina the japanese government called the Ameri can March in to Cambodia Quot unavoidable a the South korean project adding 294 parking spaces sex sausage maker Dies in Florida p Ante go a Scott Topping for Many pears the maker of the famous Eastern North Carolina toppings sausage Here died thursday in Jacksonville Fla. Following a Long illness a native of Pantego or. Topping built his Topping sausage business from a Small beginning into a major Beaufort county Enterprise before ill health forced his retirement. He had been making his Home in Florida for the past three. Years. Or. Topping was a member of the St. James episcopal Church in Belhaven and was a former member of the Belhaven Pantego rotary club a survivors include his wife the a former Mirian Shavender two daughters mrs. Bob Robinson of Jacksonville Fla. And mrs. Jay Wobig of Belhaven it. 2 five grandchildren one brother de Topping of Paniego four Sisters misses Mina Lesie and Elizabeth Topping and mrs. Helen herring All of Paniego. Funeral services will be held saturday at 2 . From the w Chapel of the paid funeral Home see Topping Page 8 beads pottery w a s h i n g ton a s e tens i v e d of n Tow n Rede Vel Ozment project is now nearing com Piet Ion and a phase of the project will make 294 new parking spaces available to business traffic in the Central business it Stotri of the City. Earl w Bonner director of Public works of the City of Washington today outlined the conditions by which the parking spaces will be used by the Public As authorized by the Washington City Council. Bonner said an extensive revamping of the off Street parking program in Washington is now underway As the new parking lots Are placed in operation. He said parking meters will be placed on the new lots. Parking meters Are already in operation on existing lots but they will in some instances be changed. Bonner said to facilitate the movement of traffic in All the off Street lots parking spaces closest to the business area will have Short term parking meters with each hour costing five cents. He said spaces an the lots away from the business area will have Long term meters in which a Parker can place five cents and receive two and a half hours of parking. Both sets of meters will have 10 hours duration. In order to acquaint the Public with the different meters Bonner said posts on the one hour meters will be painted yellow and posts on the cheaper time meters will see project Page 8 government approved it and in Dones Tan foreign minister Ada m Malik expressed regret. Peking and Hanoi reacted quickly to Nixon a announcement thursday night that he was sending Uji com bit troops into Cambodia for the first time. A chinese broadcast said Quot the Nixon administration a criminal scheme Quot proves that Quot the . Imperial Isa Are the most vicious enemy of the indochinese people Quot and Means that the United states Quot is expanding its aggressive War in Vietnam and Laos Quot throughout the indochinese Peninsula. Hanoi radio said Nixon a announcement was an Quot insolent declaration of his dark and vile intention of expanding the War to All of japanese Premier Eisaku Sato and foreign minister Kii Chi Aichi agreed that american intervention in Cambodia was Quot an unavoidable Aichi said he would Send an envoy to Cambodia for an on the spot report. South korean foreign minister Choi Kyu hah said his government welcomes Nixon s decision Quot not Only to contribute to the Security of the Allied forces in Vietnam Quot but also will help protect South Vietnam and Cambodia from Quot communist aggression Quot Choi said. But indonesian foreign minister Adam Malik said the american March across the Border Quot will not help Speed up finding a solution to no crisis in Cambodia Quot and will jeopardize the asian and Pacific conference he is arranging to seek peace in Cambodia. James e. Suggs age 17, Dies James Earl Suggs age 17, died at his Home it. 4, Washington this morning at 7 45 of clock after a lingering illness of two years. Young Suggs was bom in Philadelphia pa., nov. 9, 1962. He had been living in Beaufort county since december of 1969, moving Here with his parents Hubert ear and Alice Woolard Suggs from Chesapeake a. He was a student in the 11th Grade in the Oscar f. Smith High school in Chesapeake and a member of the great Bridge Church of Christ in Chesapeake a. Surviving besides his parents Are one brother Ronnie Dale Suggs and one sister Shelia Gale Suggs both of the Home. Funeral services will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home at 2 . Mommy Quot with the Rev. Leu ii Baker minister of the great Bridge Church of Christ in Chesapeake officiating. Burial will be in the Woolard family cemetery. Near th8 cambodian Border trucks of the 25th division resupply an outpost on the Highway linking Saigon South Vietnam capital with phenom penh Cambodia capital majority critical gop supporters in past join democratic War foes by Carl p. Leibs Dorp associated pres writer Washington apr longtime Republican supporters of american involvement in Vietnam fearing political disaster for the gop have joined democratic War foes in criticizing president Nixon a decision to Send . Ground troops into Cambodia the Senate foreign relations committee Center of opposition to . Policies in Southeast Asia scheduled another meeting today to discuss How to Cope with the situation after its failure to prevent the move into Cambodia although Nixon a speech Drew some bipartisan support the overwhelming tone thursday night was critical especially at a Capitol briefing at which in Panther. J rally gets Der Secretary of state Elliott Richardson and Deputy see re tary of defense David r Packard told senators of Nixon a de Cisin while Nixon said be was putting aside political considerations to take Steps to prevent an american defeat republicans who held High Hopes of picking up the seven seats needed to control the Senate were clearly stunned by the president s speech. Sen. Robert Dole r-kan., a Strong Nixon Man who just hours before the president s speech had defended the administration s support of South vietnamese operations into Cambodia said he was troubled by the commitment of american troops. Quot there is no doubt in my mind the Public reaction is going to be Dole told reporters Quot i just can to tee anything but an increase in wounded killed and this will cause a Sharp downturn in support of the president s policies likewise sen. Peter Dominick r-colo., a member of the armed services committee who had declared support of earlier operations into Cambodia by South vietnamese troops said he thought Quot its going to by very hard to get Quot support for Nixon s dispatch of ground troops while the attack ordered by the president is Quot probably Correct Quot from a military stand Point he said Quot the question of what he is going to do from a political Point of View to get american support is very very by John m. Hightower a special correspondent Washington apr in a stunning turn of policy president Nixon has launched a Surprise Offen Aive by Flot she South vietnamese troops against North vietnamese and Viet Cong sanctuaries in Cam much Vietnam he promised that Quot once enemy farces Are driven out of these sanctuaries and their. Military supplies destroyed we will withdraw Quot rut no one in Washington t4hjid i i tin for vow my a fight the enemy forces would put up or How Long the new. Expanded phase of the War would continue the reactions of mos cow and peking,.apart from expected angry outcries were also admittedly unpredictable in word which seemed to re Cornue the risks of russian and red chinese counter actions however Nixon said these actions the strikes into Cambodia Are in no Way directed at the Security interests of any nation. Any government that chooses to use these actions As a pretext for harming relations with the United states will be doing so on its own responsibility and at it initiative and we will draw the appropriate congressional leaders were briefed by the president and some Cabinet members immediately before the speech there was no evidence they had been consulted before the decision was made. Nor was there any evidence that . Allies other than South Vietnam had been consulted informed officials said see Nixon. Page 8� he declared the assault were est trial to Uve american Uvea continue his Vietnam troop withdrawal program and help end the wig. Nixon announced his Ron Tro up Quai i lit thursday in a dramatic Tele Vised speech la which he acknowledged it might make him a one term president but argued the stakes were too High for political considerations. Quot whether 1 May be a one term president Quot he declared Quot is insignificant compared to whether by our failure to act in this crisis the United states proves itself to he unworthy to Lead the farces of Freedom in this critical period Quot his decision was immediately assailed by a number of leading senators although some others praised it in the immediate aftermath of the speech there was no doubt Nixon faces a bitter and prolonged Battle in the sen ate a White House official said the thrust into Cambodia should last six weeks to two months thousands of .. And South vietnamese troops Are engaged against in estimated enemy Force of 40,000 Nixon charged the communists in the last two weeks have been overrunning Ctm Bodja and turning it into a vast springboard for attacks into South strategy aiming at crippling reds started in 1969 win Schwes heavy guard gains in county indians want Art heritage % by Rick Cook associated press writer Phoenix Ariz. A members of two Arizona India tribes have mortgaged their land for Money to buy Back part of their heritage. Representatives of the Colorado River Indian tribes came to Phoenix from their reservation on the lower Colorado River t thursday to bid on Mohave Bead work and pottery and Chemehuevi baskets which Are being auctioned off to Settle an estate the articles were gathered % the Tete Birdie h. Brown a Pioneer and operator of a store in Parker arte Quot we have up to to spend a said the Colorado River % tribal chairman Adrian Fisher. Quot we put up some of our Best land the borrow the they will be against testers and collectors who Are willing to As Mack As Fate each for the 500 pieces the tribes Are interested in. Fisher said the artefacts Are irreplaceable and there is nothing like them left on the reservation. He said Only one old Chemehuevi woman is left who can still make baskets. A she makes about two a year a Fisher said. Quot but its hard to get materials. The Colorado River reclamation projects have ruined the riverbanks where the women gathered Willows at this time of sai3 Dorothy Hall bidder for the Indiana Quot we had some of the old women who used to make baskets come up and examine the collection. They went Home thursday afternoon because they court a to Bear to see them auctioned Agnes Savilla a Chemehuevi woman recalled mrs. Browne a store used to be s Stop off for indians going to visit their children at the boarding school there. Quot we go Home but our parents could come visit us on saturdays Quot she said. Quot they did no to like to come empty handed so they a Stop by the Browns store and Trade for Candy or oranges to take to the children. Quot my Mother traded a beaded Cape for about eight dollars Worth of things Quot she finished sadly. Mrs. Savilla said the baskets never had been made for Sale but for use in this world and the next. Quot it would never do to Bury a Chemehuevi without a Basket Quot Fisher said any artefacts the tribes obtained would be housed to Tike tribal museum which would be open to researchers. Quot we ourselves could extract detailed ethnographic inform see indians Page a new Haven Conn. Apr thousands of demonstrators against a Black Panther murder trial flocked in from across the nation today with the National guard on an Alert and 4,000 Federal troops standing by in neighbouring states to Cope with any violence. The protesters mostly youths came for a Quot free the panthers Quot rally featuring speakers from the Chicago 7 riot trial the Black Panther party and civil rights groups. Estimates of the number of possible participants went As High As 50,000, and arrangements were made to feed up to 35,000 at Yale University which Borders the historic new Haven Green where the rally is to take place today and saturday. On thursday the defense department ordered a brigade of the 82nd airborne division airlifted to Westover air base at Chicopee mass., and a regiment of the 2nd marines was flown to quonset Point naval air station . Quot new Haven has been turned into a military base for the sole purpose of creating an air of hysteria in order to break Down the support that a being mobilized for the defendants Here in Connecticut Quot said the Panther chief of staff David Hilliard. Takt defendant a including Panther chairman Bobby g. Seale a Are being held in connection with the slaying teat May of another Panther Alex rack Ley of new York City. The work incentive win program launched in Beaufort county in oct. 1969. Has scored at least a partial Success according to Robert Jenkins. Employment securities commission official heading the win program in Beaufort county. The program which has stored some Contro Ersary in the state is designed to assist families receiving assistance from the department of social services under the Aid for dependent children Ardc program. Win is designed to get the parents in Beaufort county a they Are mostly mothers off the welfare Rolls through training and then Job placement or by direct Job placement for those who Are Job ready upon entering the program. Or. Jenkins gives this report since october the department of social services has referred Twenty Fiva 25 Ardc recipients to the win team. The win team is staffed by the employment Security commission of North Carolina. This team has placed each of these enrollees in a two 2 weeks orientation program in which they Are taught about the a world of work Quot Basic Hygiene other pertinent classes and counselled always keeping in mind that some if not All of these women have never held a Job. After these two weeks Moat of them go into adult Basic education which serves a twofold purpose. Not Only does this enable these ladies to review a of or Advance academically but it also gets them in the habit of reporting to a certain place at a Given time and being More careful of their Mode of dress and affords them an awareness of their responsibilities Quot on the Twenty five 25 it who have been enrolled in win one lady has managed to get a Job on her own and her fade Grant has been greatly reduced the win team has placed one in a steady Job As a clerk in a local store and see win Page s to All pol holders by Fred 8 Hoffman a military writer Washington a Nixon administration Stra Leglu Are gambling the u a South vietnamese offensive against Long secure North vietnamese bases inside Cambodia May cripple Hanoi a ability to launch major attacks for months they also Are counting on the Allied offensive to deter North vietnamese troops from spreading their base areas deeper into weak Cambodia and possibly opening a new Supply route to the Gulf of White House sources estimated it would take six weeks to two months to clean out key enemy sanctuaries. Then american and South vietnamese ground troops Are to be pulled Back across the Border. Meanwhile these sources said the Onset of the Monsoon Rains will seriously inhibit North vietnamese efforts to reconstruct and resupply base positions for several months. Then they calculated the North vietnamese will need Sev Era More months to Send enough arms ammunition and other material Down the to Chi Minh Trail to support significant military actions in this Way it is hoped any enemy Plana for heavy attacks into South Vietnam late this Spring and this summer will be blunted this would buy More time for the South vietnamese army 4o get in shape to take Over the ground fighting from the americans so the . Withdrawal from Vietnam May continue in but unsaid is the Prospect that Allied forces would be prepared to return to the cambodian base areas from time to time in an Effort to keep the North vietnamese off. Bal Anee. 8,000 americans move in Cambodia All eur pol holders in Beaufort county ure asked to Call the daily news on saturday evening As soon at the votes Are counted. The daily news office will be open All evening to receive and Post the retards As fast As they come in. The polls open saturday morning at it 34 . And close at 4 38 . The continuing cooperation of our pol holders will be very much appreciated. The daily news number is wh-4-2i45. Pol holders Are asked to Cali collect. Radio Sutz too with will be hand at the Dally Newt office on saturday night to broadcast the retards As fast As they Are received. By George Esper associated press writer Saigon a about 8.960 . Combat troops swept into Cambodia 70 Miles Northwest of Saigon today and began setting up bases for assault on the Headquarters zone of the supreme communist command for South Vietnam operations. U marked the first time in the nine year old Vietnam War that an american ground Force has extended its operations into Cambodia at least in Force. About 55 Miles to the Southwest one of four South vietnamese task forces that invaded the parrots beak area of Cambodia wednesday linked up with cambodian troops defending the provincial capital of Svay Rieng this Force had thrust 30 Miles into Cambodia along Highway 1. Scores of bs2 by Myers and nearly too artillery pieces blasted the Way for the american assault Force accompanied by some 2,000 South vietnamese troops and hundreds of tanks and armoured personnel carriers. Enemy resistance was Light and scattered in the area known to the military As the fishhook and Advance units stabbed 20 Miles into Cambodia one . C130 cargo plane dropped a 15,000-bomb four Miles inside Cambodia to blast away Jungle land for the building of a base called fire support base Center. The Mission to set up bases indicated that the americana plan to stay a while in Cambodia. While initial . Command a reporto indicated Only Light ground action associated press photographer Charles Ryan reported from four Miles inside Cambodia that american transport helicopters lifting a troops ran into heavy enemy ground ire. Ryan said a score of Helicon see War Page 8 r
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