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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - May 25, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather moving northward and be a More numerous tonight and tuesday. Not As warm throw a tuesday today 1�. Washington daily news if you do Nof get your of per dial ms-�44 a sew of t a and f m o c lock and one we Bod to tred to you Esta Bushton 1909 cab Una Honda afternoon May a 1970 daily ixci9t sunday israeli armoured Force attacks Lebanon today in Northern provinces u. S. B52s attack a new moves across the Border in strength North vietnamese buildup there a no escape Witten the balance in natures life Cycle is upset there is no Way out As these fish and Turtle found out sometime Over the weekend. Literally thousands of Small Sprat fish were killed beginning late Friday night in the Pamlico. The the kill off is beg investigated by the state wildlife representatives. Staff photo by Litchfield f riday s ays u University thousands of fish die by George e8per a associated press writer Saigon api a while thou lands of Allied troops hunted for More enemy troops and supplies in Cambodia today. us bombers attacked a new North vietnamese buildup in South Vietnam s northernmost prov aces about 60 of the big Stratfor tresses dropped nearly 2,000 tons of bombs on North vietnamese base Camps bunkers and. Stag us areas along the demilitarized zone and More than 11 Miles to. The South below a Kang South vietnamese troops on a sweep just South of the Doz a aught up with a North. Vietnamese Force in one area where the bs2s hit Waal Cen he arts far and Furter Bomher strikes the no ugh vietnamese infantrymen reported 45 North vietnamese Soldier killed and 17 weapon captured they said four government troops were killed and ii wounded informed sources said North vietnamese troops were Novi no across the Doz and through Laos to take up positions in the roiling Hills while the size of the buildup was Uncertain sources said it appeared similar to past troop concentrations that have been dealt with mainly by air attack. Because Allied forces Are spread so thinly in the northernmost parts of South Vietnam 6 4 is going to remain open in River Friday outlines spending requests Greensboro apr the proper nations to continue state consolidated uyt with of services it the present level North Carolina will ask for Quot a Quot Friday said the budget re budget requests totalling $221.5 quests Call for $109.5 million the million during the 1971-73 Bien first year and $115.6 million the Niue president William Friday second year of the biennium to announced today. Friday outlined the spending requests in a lengthy report to the unc trustees at a commencement meeting at the University a Greensboro Branch. The a a a budget covers a take care of enrolment growth. This is an increase of $9.1 million and $15.2 million respectively Over the sums appropriated for the current two year be see unc budget Page 2 in times of emergencies cities May bar Street groups Washington apr the supreme court upheld today the authority of Urban officials to prohibit groups of people from assembling on City streets in times of the court dismissed an Appeal by three philadelphian arrested for participating in peaceful demonstrations following the assassination of or. Martin Luther King jr., in april 1968. Mayor James h. J. Tate had issued an emergency proclamation prohibiting groups of 12 or More from gathering on Public sidewalks or in any outdoor place except for transportation recreation or to enter and leave a buildings. Greensboro a president William. Friday of the University of North Carolina said today the University a will not engage in an Effort to buy peace at any Price in dealing with student unrest. The University a is going to remain open a Friday said and the Laws of North Carolina will be enforced to protect the school and Quot its member from destructive Friday made the statements in a prepared report to the unc trustees at a commencement meeting at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. A the most pressing and controversial Issue of the year has been and continues to be student unrest a Friday wrote. A this phenomenon National and pervasive has caused much distress to All age groups in our he added a the fact that these student demonstrations have continued now for a period of several years is causing Public tolerance to Wear Friday and seven other University presidents recently conferred with president Nixon on Campus unrest throughout the nation. A literally thousands of North carolinians have been involved in the current protests Over the More than 100 people were a military action in Cambodia and rested in three assemblies. They were a tree planting in a Park to Honor King a gathering at the Home of rep. William Barrett d-pa., to press for passage of civil rights legislation and a protest of the proclamation itself at the University of Pennsylvania Campus. The three appellants Janet see court. Page 8 student deaths by violence on College campuses Friday said. He told the trustees he is a profoundly grateful that on the campuses of the University of North Carolina we have been spared these most regrettable consequences no building has been destroyed no troops have been summoned no shots have see unrest Page 2 from breast cancer the River that sustains life with a delicately balanced a Cycle of Energy Transfer became a death trap this weekend for literally thousands of Small Sprat fish clues As to which link in the life Cycle of the Pamlico whether Man made or natural have yet to be found. North Carolina wildlife authorities spent saturday and sunday in Behe Opter and boat a of Assn a Jim extent of the kill a find to a cd for clues first reports of dead wish began circulating saturday morning along the City s downtown water front. By Salmi a afternoon As one Waters Streat resident commented a when the Sun hit those fish the stench was skiers reported seeing Many of the dead sprays along Vith some larger fish scattered Down As far As Edgewater Beach. Warren . Of the Bureau of sport f fisheries and wildlife said this morning that kill offs could occur either from natural causes or from Man made pollution. In conditions of lengthy Low tides accompanied by a hot dry spell the Tern Pesature biochemical and oxygen balance in the River is upset Lupton explained. In such conditions the smaller fish Are the first to suffer. The City has experienced several Days of hot dry weather. There is the possibility of Man made pollution Lupton explained but added that the complexity of tracking Down and pin pointing such a cause is great. He said a biologist has been sent to the City to take water samples and Aid in the investigation. Scott Beasley no. Wildlife resources patrolman Here said his Agency is launching an in see dead fish Page 2 defense Money troubles deeper troop cuts seen by Pentagon by Fred s. Hoffman a military writer Washington apr top defense officials say deeper a Cuta in fetal . Troop strength will be necessary because of a predicted budget deficit and an expected move by Congress to slash Pentagon spending. There Are some indications the joint chiefs of staff have sought to use the Allied attacks into Cambodia As a lever to persuade Congress to increase military appropriations however top civilian Pentagon authorities say the chiefs Are deluding themselves con Gress will order reductions rather than increases in presi. Dent Nixon a $71.8 billion defense budget for the bookkeeping year starting july 1 Secretary of defense Melvin r Larid has called this budget a Rock Bottom Bare Bones Quot but he now knows Congress almost certainly will not agree two events occurred last week which Point toward rising Money troubles for the defense department. One was the Nixon administrations disclosure that it anticipates a $1.3 billion deficit for the 1971 fiscal year instead of an earlier forecast surplus the other was an indication by rep. George Mahon. D-Tex., chairman of the key House appropriations committee that the administration s defense budget submitted in february will be slashed at least $1 billion. That budget Calls for bringing the armed services Roll Down to about 1.9 million a Cut of More screening program helps _ i reduce rate of deaths Jones Jennette application filed in 1952 than 252,000 men and a reduction of 57,000 civilian workers for a new total of about 1.1 Mil Uon nonmilitary defense work Ere Quot r at their peaks for the Viet turn War period last june there were about 3.5 million men in the military and nearly 1.3 million civilians but in Highl of recent developments top defense officials make it Plain an even heavier military manpower reduction and probably a civilian worker cutback. He ahead authorities also predict additional base closings and reduce see military. Page a it Lupton infant Dies in a. Kimberly Deanna Lupton three weeks old daughter of James Floyd and Belinda Berry Lupton of Hampton va., died in King daughters Hospital in nor Folk Friday night at 11 so o clock following an illness since birth surviving besides his parents Are one sister. Sherri j. Lupton of Hampton a. Paternal grand parents or and mrs Bill Joe Lupton of it. 2, Aurora and maternal grandparents or and mrs. Nathan Berry of Alliance graveside funeral services were held at the South Creek missionary Baptist. Church cemetery this afternoon at 2 of clock conducted by the Rev. James me candles. The body will remain at the Paul funeral Home until noon Quot i done to see the North Viet names doing am thing different from what Thev i said on Mure Quot they come in from Irr aaa the Doz and i am from time to time the idea it when there Are enough of them in there to make a Good target we hit them a three american soldiers were killed and ii wounded in rocket and mortar attacks Sun Day on target that included the headquarter of the j 8 a Marine regiment Southwest of Danang an artillery base of the 101st at term division Between the a Shau Valley and Hue and a Battery of the of Lith Field artillery group just South a see Indonesia. Page it Nea Nita Are still at Odds Raleigh it apr failure of North Carolinas negro and White teacher organizations to agree on merger terms appear a fitly Means the National education association must resolve the Saue directors and Liaison com i tee members of the White North Carolina education association and he predominantly Black North Carolina teachers Asso elation held an All Day saturday which a ended stalemate. The organizations face possible expulsion from the Nea unless they merge by july 1. E. B Palmer the Nita executive Secretary said it is up to the Nea now to resolve the Issue a or a. C. Dawson the no eat i executive Secretary said in a statement authorized by his directors that the Nita a icon tended that the Price of a merger of the two present Organiza Lions is approval of a two third majority Rule. Such a Rule a the Oncea of Filiai said a would have the effect of giving one third of the members of the proposed new Boito lds directors veto Power Over any action of the new organization. A since negro members Are a see teachers Page s Ion in a Dies last night Engelhard mrs Quot Sudie Farrow widow of Charlie Farrow of this Community died in a Morganton Hospital last night it funeral plans Are incomplete and will be announced by the Williamson funeral Home in Swan Quarter Beirut. Lebanon Cap an israeli armoured Force backed by an Aerial and artillery bar rage launched an attack today across the Southern Ibanes Frontier near the town of Bint spokesman reported lebanese tanks engaged the israeli forces North of the Village of Saroun. Just inside the Frontier and clashes were continuing said a communique Bint Beil is in the Central sector of the Frontier about to Miles from the Mediterranean together with three nearby villages it was blasted by israeli artillery Quot last Friday As a reprisal for the Arab guerrilla ambush of an israeli school bus which killed eight children and three a dulls Twenty lebanese were killed and la wounded in fridays bombardment and several thousand Villana red the area. The be Hanes communique reported today s attack began at 12 45 p a and termed in a Quot new aggression against Leba non Quot radio programs were interrupted to broadcast news of the israeli assault. It is the second ground attack on Southern Lebanon within two see attack Page 2 Sam Wallace Dies sunday Samuel Frank same Wallace age 86 resident and Farmer of Pinetown died at his Home sunday afternoon at $ 30 of clock following a critical illness of one month he had been in failing health for several years or. Wallace was born at Pinetown june 5. 1883 son of the late Mack and Amariah Waters Wallace he was a member of the Shiloh free will Baptist Church and was married to the former Lula c Boyd of this county on May 23, 1906,. Surviving besides his wife Are one son. Charlie h Wallace both of Pinetown three daughters. Mrs Neva Guthrie of Belhaven mrs. Armistead respess of Engelhard and mrs Preston a. Cherry of Raleigh. 17 Gread children 27 great Greaux children and one great great grandchild one brother. Ferd Wallace of Pinetown _ three Sisters mrs. Matthew Waters of it. 1, Pinetown mrs Belle w Rouse of this City and mrs Annie 1-ee of it 4, Washington funeral services will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home tuesday afternoon at 2 30 o clock conducted by the Rev w Illiam b. Gaylord pastor of the Shiloh free will Baptist Church. Burial will follow in the Wallace cemetery near Pinetown pallbearers will be Elbert Wallace Nathan Boyd c. D. Jackson Arthur Lee Boyd Holmes Boyd and Jarvis Waters. By c. G. Mcdaniel a science writer Houston Tex. A a screening program using a combination of methods helped reduce the rate of death from breast cancer in a group of women studied a new York research team reported today. The project involved 62,000 women in the health insurance plan of greater new York. Half were offered the screening and the other half received no special attention. Preliminary findings on the a study which began in 1988, were reported today at the 10th International cancer Congress by Sam Shapiro a vice president of the health Pian. Among the women not offered the screening there have been 52 deaths from breast cancer he said. Deaths from breast cancer among women offered the screening now total 31, he said even though the program was hampered because one third of the women who were offered screening refused it screening included a Lineal examination of the breast by a physician and Mao Graphy a technique that uses Low voltage x rays to examine soft tissues in the breast. The women studied were aged 40 to 84, the High frequency period for breast cancer now Tho leading cause of death from Cancar among women. Federal census figures show that among every 110,000 women a to 8 die from breast cancer a year. After an initial screening the women studied received three additional examinations at annual intervals. Shapiro said 127 breast cancers were detected As the result of the screening. The value of the combination technique was demonstrated he said by a determination that 42 of the cancers would have been missed without mammography and 56 would have been missed without the clinical examination. Of the 127 cancers detected 70 per cent had not spread which greatly improved the women s for survival after sur Gery. Ninety per cent of the breast cancers in women generally Are by the women themselves because a Lump smears see cancer. Page 2 of Hyde d ies Lake Landing Jones s Jennette age 87, retired Mer chant and Farmer died saturday in the fungo District Hospital in Belhaven. He had been ill for the past two weeks. Funeral services were Helo sunday at the Amit United methodist Church with the Rev h. L. Martin and the Rev. Clen Jordan officiating burial followed in the St George episcopal Church cemetery. Pallbearers were de Mann Francis Credle Allen Burm it Bill Harvey Cox Miles spent it a and Sherill Fisher or. Jennette member of a Well known Hyde county tend was the son of the late w. S and Lutie Boomer Jennette survive it Are his wife mrs. Lillie Belle Mann Jennette one son Jones Mann Jennette one daughter mrs. Millicent Waits All of Lake Landing Ove fraud children and four great grandchildren. Fight against pay television Heads for the House floor by Robert a. Hunt associated press writer Washington a the first bid for a pay television system was filed with the Federal communications commission in. 1952 but 18 years later the fight still rages. Its headed for the House floor now but there is no fixed Date for the confrontation assured by a slashing minority report on a Bill approved by the House Commerce committee. A this is mischievous legislation dictated by powerful interest group a the broadcasters and theater owners a the nine minority panel members claim. They said As now written the Bill a would kill this new Indus try aborting a. However the committees majority argued the proposed regulations a Are the most effective Means for ensuring that the programming now offered on conventional television will remain available to the viewing Public without the acc approved a pay to plan in december 1968. U was upheld by toe . Court of appeals the supreme court declined to review it. But the House committee a a a which has been calling for delays in putting the system into effect came up with a series of More stringent regulations that could throw up a big Roadblock. Included in the proposal area Complete ban on commercial advertising a Sharp reduction in the amount of feature films and sports considered the Backbone of pay tvs that could be shown and a stretch out on the time ban for showing certain sport programs. The new package was drafted by rep. John d. Dingell d-mich., a Long time congressional opponents of pay television. Dingell originally had introduced a Bill that would have prohibited the acc from author izing anyone to engage in pay to broadcasting a Commerce subcommittee rejected it and approved a Resolution suggest ing the acc modify its rules on sports programs when that subcommittee proposal came before the full com Muttee however it was rejected in turn. Dinge la a new package then was rammed through opponents claim without any actual hearings and in the absence of subcommittee chairman rep Torbert h. Macdonald a Masa. Here Are some major changes proposed by the committee a the acc would allow a see pay to. Page 2
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