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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - May 26, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather bin Washington daily news h you do not got your paper. Dial is is mi��?1> a is had 7 by a a clock Idov Albi Law Vered to Tim est Bushco 1909 boat 9am in a of no on May 3. Iwo dai1y except sunday North hits . Troops by Geoge Aorta Tod pres writer Saigon apr North vietnamese troops slashed into . Infantrymen to attacks 23 Miles a part to Cambodia killing eight of the americans and wounding 35. The . Command reported "�?otadusr-�?Thfttetejp�?luwup�?wwae�?4te$--known. The fighting Assied american casualties to All cambodian operations to 315 killed and 807 wounded us Headquarters said this was is More dead and 51 More wounded than the totals reported monday a . Communique said american and South vietnamese forces Are encountering increased North vietnamese activity to the fishhook Region of Cambodia North of Saigon six americans of the 35th infantry division were killed and 25 wounded to an hour Long fight before Dawn two Miles North of Minot the americans had bivouacked for the night and the North vietnamese struck with rifles machine guns and rocket grenades american gunship and artillery finally drove off the attackers. On monday North Viet ambushed a column of 35th division troops 22 Miles to the Southeast raking them with Small Arma Are two americana were killed and 10 wounded in the 10-minute Volley. Then the enemy withdrew South vietnamese Para troop in to the East of the american were reported in Sharp fighting monday near Minot a medical evacuation helicopter trying to reach some of the wounded South vietnamese was shot Down killing one american and wounding three South vietnamese Headquarters said at least six of the enemy were killed and three Para troopers wounded two regiments of the North vietnamese 7th division Are reported to the Minot Region after pulling Back from South Vietnam during the first Days of the american thrive. Allied forces to Cambodia destroyed seven North vietnamese Supply trucks seized a motor Pool stocked with hundreds of accessories and uncovered eight More stockpiles of. War materials and food military spokes men said. Official sources reported the see War Page a Harris introduces legislation to create wage Price regulator 4 4 w 6 a re i n Nixon reaffirms cambodian position serious m William m. W a Orient to nato allies discuss russians Straits / h. Ill 11111 1 Swiss Banks May not be so useful six jailed after new Oxford fire Oxford , apr six negro youths All under 18 years old were jailed in Oxford today after the second consecutive night of fires in this racially troubled town of 8,500 persons asst. Police chief Nathan White said the six were apprehended with firebombs in their Possession and that warrants were being drawn charging them with Possession of incendiary devices. White said a hearing would be held in District court for the youths two of whom Are juveniles. He said four of the youths were arrested behind an Oxford school and the other two picked up elsewhere. The new rash of fires caused much More loss than those of the previous night which destroyed a lumber company office and a woodworking shop and singed an antique shop. Fire chief Allen Cozart said he believed those fires were started by firebombs and a police source said it was believed the new fires also were started by bottle Type firebombs. Badly damaged or destroyed were two tobacco warehouses planters and Owen no. 2 a plus a warehouse in which the Venda pack co. Stored cigarettes a and candies it distributed in Industrial vending machines a two Story Frame building used As a Beauty Stop and a two Story Brick building housing the see Oxford. Page 8 by Edmond Lebreton associated press writer Washington apr legis lation intended to make secret foreign Hank accounts less a Tractive to criminals and tax foreign Hank accounts less at Tractive to Elimina is and tax dodgers is on the Way to the Senate with some paperwork provisions still in dispute. Though the Bill passed unanimously monday 308-0, the Nixon administration with some congressional support argues certain Fea Tores would be too burdensome to . Banks and businessmen. The disputed provisions would require Banks to photocopy All checks of 1500 or More and any person or firm with foreign Bank accounts to keep detailed records. But the House was More moved by arguments that Quick action is needed to Check the use of the foreign Banks by per sons hiding hot Money Squir reling away profits from gambling casinos dodging . Income tax or getting around the limits on securities by buying on margin. In addition to the record keeping provisions the Bill would hit at courier transfers of Cash abroad by requiring reports of such movements in excess of $5,000 at a time or $10,000 to a year. It would authorize the Federal Reserve Board to make regulations aimed at the use of foreign Bank credit for securities purchases. Penalties provided in the Bill Range from $1,000 civil assessments to $500,000 Fine and five years imprisonment in major criminal cases. While secret accounts Are see Banks. Page 8 to speak at dinner or. William h. Wagoner Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington will make the main address at the1 dinner honouring Mia Mary Ella Cooper on Friday. May 2� the dinner la to be held in the Washington High school cafeteria at 7 00 . The Public is invited to attend and to express their appreciation to mias Cooper for her 46 years of continuous service with the City schools. The dinner is a dutch affair and is being sponsored by the Board of education. Or. Wagoner a native of Washington and a Grade a it of Washington High school is a close personal Friend of miss Cooper. He received his bachelors degree from Wake Forest College his masters degree from East Carolina College and his doctors degree from the University of North Carolina. He taught science three years in Washington High school was assistant principal principal and superintendent in the Elizabeth City schools and was superintendent of the Wilmington new Hanover county schools for seven years prior to becoming president of Wilmington College to 1868. Or. Wagoner is married to the former Madeline Hodges of Washington and they have three children or. Wagoner has expressed pleasure in being invited to return to his Home Community to join with Many others in paying tribute to miss Cooper who will retire on june 30. By Carl Hartman associated press writer Rome .ap1 a protestant Nixon today Tow his North Atlantic allies that action to Cambodia a necessary for the withdrawal of american forces his defense1 was made in a Tetter read at the opening session of a North Atlantic Council meeting by William p. Roger Secretary of state it said nearly 7,800 of the enemy had been killed at a coat of a i soldiers and 451 South vietnamese the letter was addressed to Manilo i Oslo Secretary Gener Al of the North Atlantic treaty Organiza lion nato Quot we still prefer to end this War by negotiation a Nixon wrote however 1 ath i a Vinced we will not have Aero a discussions so Long As the Emeny believes that he can ignore our warning and reject our flexible proposals for a settlement we Are not increasing our demands Nixon said the weapons captured to Cambodia As of monday. A would equip More than 30 battalions at a strength of 400 to 500 men Quot he promised that opera Region this review includes rations in the area would be Over consideration of Israel s request by the end of june for More warplanes to counter Rogers read la it letter during the presence of Active soviet Quot covering -the1 situs 1 Tew we Titars Piluru and by Jim 11111.1.ipa a a Orl aled press writer Washington apr Congress now has before it wage and Price control legislation an other element to the economic to the Middle East Central Europe Jayd the strategic Visalle talks Rith the soviet As Well As the Indochina War on the Middle East. Rogers said the soviet unions increasing involvement has injected new instability and danger of War into the area. In the Light of this be went on. The United states is review tog All aspects of policy to the sties to Egypt Drewie drawing met a and court again warns states of a speedy trial rights by Barry 8chwud associated press writer Washington apr the supreme court has again cautioned the states they must enforce the constitutional right of defendants to be brought to trial speedily. But the right contained to the sixth amendment and applied to the states by the court beginning to 1967. Remains largely undefined. The courts latest involvement was a decision monday that upset the Holdup conviction of a Florida truck Driver who was not tried until 7w year after a real. Chief Justice Warren e Bur Ger said the delay obviously prejudiced the delayed defendant Robert Dean Dickey since two wet Agaaoa died and police records were lost or destroyed moreover. Burger said Dickey three times asked to be tried and. Was turned Down before officials under pressure of Florida courts finally decided to move ahead with his prosecution. Crowded dockets a Lack of judges or lawyers Ami other factors sometime make delay inevitable the chief Justice said. But when the delay a for the convenience of the state and is prejudicial to the defendant it la intolerable and impermissible. See trial. Page a Farrow rites set in Hyde. Engelhard a mrs. Sudie Burrus Farrow age 79, died monday in a Morganton Hospital funeral services will be held wednesday at 4 . At the Amity methodist Church conducted by the Rev. H. L. Martin. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Mrs. Farrow was the widow of the late Charlie c. Farrow of this Community. She was a member of the Amity methodist Church. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Moir w Edwards of Coonville two grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Raphael Farrow w inborn Twiford Vernon Baila Nee Billy Farrow Ralph of Neal Beamon Berry and Reginald Burma. The body will remain at the Williamson funeral Home and be taken to the Church one hour prior to the service. The family will he at the Home of mrs Farrow s Nephew. Carl Farrow. Minuteman Eli set Rev. Choco High Sermon set for May 31 thirty eight seniors from Chocowinity High school will hear the baccalaureate Sermon on sunday May 31, at 3 00 . In the High school auditorium. The1 Rev. C. F. Bowen pastor of the first free will Baptist Church to Wilson will deliver the message. Or. Bowen a a graduate of Campbell College at buies Creek he received his . Degree from Wake Forest University his degree from George peat. See Choco. Page 8 \ % from number 1 to number 2 Fra denotes critic of its policy m by g. C. Thelen associated press writer Washington apr the food and drug administration has quietly demoted the Man who accused some Agency bureaucrats of altering Laboratory conclusions which cast doubt on established Fra regulatory policy. Fra commissioner Charles c. Edwards reorganized a pathology unit last week making or. Howard l. Richardson the acting num Ber 3 a to a new pathology division. Richardson had been the of Day a chief pathologist since 196$. Edwards installed or. Bert j. Vos As acting Bead of the pathology division according to an Fra memorandum data May 19. Vos a longtime Agency official is a medical doctor but not a pathologist however a leading pathologist from the governments National cancer Institute is to line for the Job on a permanent basis an Fra spokesman emphasized. Richardson was brought in to revitalize Fra pathology to pert because of a reputation he gained to the veterans administration As a hard nosed scrapper committed to scientific integrity knowledgeable Fra officials say. Fra memoranda show that Richardson has rankled longtime Agency officials during the past year and a half with insistent demands for upgrading pathology in the Agency. Pathology is the Branch of Medicine dealing with the causes of tissue injury and death. A memorandum written by Richardson oct. 20, 19�, As a subject of later news stories increased tensions within the troubled Agency. Richardson charged that bureaucrats with limited scientific training expunged conclusions and recommendations from re parts of certain animal experiments. The experimental in question appeared to contradict official Agency positions on the safety of some food additives Moat notably the artificial sweetener by climate. Richardson has met mounting bureaucratic retaliation since news stories of his charges Apone month ago Fra officials said. Richard it it is attending a scientific meeting in Texas and was not available for comment. Edwards asked to comment on Richardson a demotion said he was seeking a an outstanding Leader for the pathology division. A source close to Edwards said Richardson was not deemed to be that outstanding Leader. The decision on Richard songs leadership Quality was made before the news atones appeared the source said. Richardson s demotion comes at a sensitive time for the Agen by. A Home subcommittee has scheduled hearings next month on Fra operation. Including Richardson so Lump tut Lanier will report soon on insurance Raleigh ap1 a insurance commissioner Edwin Lanier says he plans to make some suggestions a very soon Quot on proposed reforms in North Carolinas Auto insurance system. Lanier said to an interview monday he will address the governors study commission on Auto liability insurance and rates on Quot some of the reforms which have been studied and implemented by some of the other no Date has been set for his appearance Lanier declined to comment on a try. Gen. Robert Morgan s recent Reform proposals a i prefer to work through the governor a study commission a said a because i feel that is the proper forum for official comment on Tii if very Complex f Morgan suggested in two speeches this month that North Carolina shift from its. Present program to a so called Quot file and use rating system being used in several states. Under North Carolina s system All companies writing insurance belong to a rating Bureau which proposes rates to the insurance commissioner rates Are uniform for All companies and no company May deviate. Under file and use system each company charges whatever rates it wants. Companies contend this creates Competition land results to lower rates. The rates Art simply filed with the see insurance pages it concert slated thursday night the Washington choral society will present its Spring concert thursday night at 8 15 of clock guest soloist will be Leon Randolph who will sing hits from the Broadway hit or. Randolph is Well known Hare for his singing Talent. Tus will be the final concert for the summer by the local group. There will be no Aan Moo charge., Parshall n d. Apr the latest addition to the nations Arsenal of nuclear missiles is being slipped into underground silos on the Prairies of North Dakota newsmen got a look at one installation of a minute Mao. Iii intercontinental ballistic missile monday although the rocket s multiple warhead was not to place As it was lowered from a special vehicle into its under ground berth. By air Force Crew. The air Force Wasny to saying How Many of the Mirve for multiple independently targeted re entry vehicle weapons have been placed in silos attached to Minot air Force base in North West North Dakota. But monday s installation was the first one in which news Media were notified. The Pentagon said warheads for the missiles now being installed will be added next month the minuteman Iii can be growing tet strength in the Mediterranean and potential discord within their Alliance Over Greece a military dictator ship worried the 1$ foreign Man water of nato As they began their Annua Prog meeting Quot there is no doubt. A italian Premier Mariano Rumor said to see nato Page hijacked Jet Crew Heads Back Home mum apr an american airlines Crew planned to bring Home today the last of a Trio of jetliners two of them Ameri can hijacked to Cuba within 24 hours a red haired woman who used her 13-year-old son As an inter Preter was identified As one of the Hijack Are. A mexican Pilot said hit plane was com Man deemed by four men trying to avenge a slain guerrilla Leader. Awl the third sky pm refs apparently was jute s mad we a a gun the american airlines Boeing 727 hijacked by the gunman remained overnight to Havana after letting him off. He had a permitted the Chicago to new York plane to land for fuel at new York s Kennedy Airport and Debar its �7 passengers be fore the run to Havana with its Crew of seven. Elsie Coen a 35-year-old Chicago woman said the Hijacker was a clean Cut Man about 35. A the was sitting in my seat she said when she boarded in Chicago Quot after i told him he moved to the opposite aisle and said he was a very sorry a an airline spokesman said the diversion was done a in a subdued the second plane to be hijacked was a Delta airlines Jet on a Chicago Miami flight Crew members said a Spanish speak my woman accompanied by her Young son pulled a gun from her purse soon after a Slop at Atlanta stewardess Judy Winninger said the boy carrying an Arm the equipped either with the a Ingle Load of toys followed his Mother nuclear warhead of the earlier minuteman i and ii or the Mir which contains multiple warheads that can be deliver d to several different targets the new missiles were Esti see missiles Page 8� into the Jet s cockpit and trans la Ted her command for a trip to Havana to the Pilot. The plane flew to Miami Mon a Lay night with 96 passengers and a Crew of six after a stay of about 12 hours in Havana. Tier comment every Day in capital Quot we Are in serious sen Fred r Harria. A Okay Aid As he introduced a Bill to create a Federal Board that could freeze wages and prices for six months democratic Leader Carl Albert of the House and Mike Mansfield of the Senate urged in a joint statement that president Nixon Quot extricate the nation from the economic morass that has befallen us by immediately convening a National Confer ence on inflation and to employ mint a group of Union economist met with Secretary of labor George p. Shultz to urge selective credit control or an immediate freeze on profits. Wag.es., prices and salaries. The White House meanwhile said. Nixon remained confident the nations sluggish econ would pick up steam later this year and a spokesman added the president was keeping close tabs on the Stock Market the Dow. Jones Industrial Quot average a toy fell 20 51 Points to ml.38, its lowest level in seven and one half years a Tan also was criticized by rep Kan i Mem f a Gross rep John w Byrnes ranking gop member of the House ways and Means committee told Treasury Secretary David m Kennedy and budget director Robert p Mayo they Are taxing the credulity of the american people a insisting a the budget is nearly in balance and asking or an $18 billion increase in the debt Ceil Tig a things Are not going Well despite administration statements Quot Harris told the Senate his Bill Calls for creation of a National economic equity Board that would have the authority to set voluntary pc the wage guidelines. In addition the Board could set credit controls to be enacted by the Federal Reserve Board the Board also would have the Power a if it found it necessary to Institute Price and wage freeze for up to six month to halt the present inflationary hams said Nixon already has the Power to enforce about three fourths of what his Bill proposes. A but the adm Nistra Quot Tion keeps insisting things Are getting better Quot Harris explained. House Leader Albert of Oklahoma charged Nixon administration economic policies have promoted inflation while refusing to Clamp Down on wage and see Economy. Page 8 mentally retarded receive prisoner of War treatment by Peggy Simpson "7 associated press writer Washington a the nation s 200,900 mentally retarded persons frequently receive treatment comparable to that of prisoners of War reports the presidents committee on mental retardation. A four year study released monday by the panel said that Many mentally retarded persons confined to tax supported institutions receive Only a Dehu Manning custodial drastic improvement is. Essential for the institutions which offer away Frodo Home resident my care for mentally retarded persons the panel found. A the general Public becomes highly incensed and concerned a and rightly to when learning of abuses to prisoners of War a the panel said. A unfortunately the same Public expresses Little or no concern about inhumane living conditions that exist in their own panel chairman Raymond w Vowell vice Chancellor of the University of Texas said a system of accreditation for the institutions is being prepared to improve the welfare of the mentally retarded. The committee emphasized the retarded must be permitted to live As Normal a life As possible in a residential setting in contrast to tie1 a inherited philosophy. Of isolation coupled with disease oriented treatment a that prevails today. Dehumanization to huge dormitory like settings must be re placed with a More personal grouping which permits privacy and individuality the committee said. A there is no place for excessive use of physical restraints abusive use of drugs and prolonged periods of isolation for the sold purpose of controlling behaviour or for punitive reasons. The committee said about $1 billion in tax Dollar a spent each year for treatment of the mentally retarded the panel said the goal of residential services for the mental to retarded should be four fold to encourage physical intellectual and social capabilities to the1 fullest to develop emotional maturity commensurate with social and intellectual growth see mental. It i i
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