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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - May 27, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaA a weather Stunm a i Mim flair Day mtr my a we fam Tibt High Tow Nfay u�3�t Tofu Ira kit m just tans Tel a a to to Washington Davit news if you do not get your paper. Duj it rii two Wiwi i h Zumft i Flo o clock and Ana web it to la cd to few Estafy Rushfo tf09 p0�ory�e7 firms to Jug Ftfe a of a i Larque Hgt of Miszar of &bn.v9n. May 21. 19? daily exc fort sunday for Charlotte total mix order set aside today ruling in Wilson Case is reversed of. Thomas oolun8 do r. Collins to add amp is graduates Pantero a or Thomai Collins president of North Carolina Wesleyan College at Rocky mount will speak at the graduation exercises at Paniego High school Fri fax Ugto. To 800 or. Collins la a native of Wilmington and was a student at As Bury College Wilmore by. Candler school of theology a. And Asbury theological Seminary. He has served As a minister and had an unusual record As executive director of the conference Board of missions of the methodist churches in North Carolina. Also or. Collins has been a principal and teacher in several schools. He has been president of North Carolina Wesleyan since 1959. Or. Collins has been Active in Many educational and civic organizations through the years including the kiwanis and Puritan clubs and the Rocky mount chamber of Commerce. He has written sermons that have been published in several magazines and has been Sermon editor of the Carolina Cooperator since 1949. Joseph Windley principal will present diplomas to approximately 60 seniors Friday night. The Rev. Zachariah Pierce will deliver the invocation and Benediction. David c. Lee jr., member of the Beaufort county Board of education will introduce the speaker. Awards be presented to students during the graduation exercises. Richmond. A. Apr the 4th us circuit court of a Peala today reversed i lower court ruling denying seven White school children in the Wilson n.c., school District the right to Challenge the racial makeup of the systems nine schools. Three of the nine schools Are All Black in an opinion by judge j. Braxton Craven the court said that while the substantial question raised by the plaintiffs a was unnecessary Quot the principle of desegregation still applied. The seven school children were among 123 Whites assigned to the previously All Black Barnes school in what they contended was Quot arbitrary mixing to appease the . Department of health education and welfare and. The Federal courts Quot thus the opinion said the plaintiffs were complaining Quot that they have been forced to unfairly Bear a Burden which should be borne by the Community at Large Quot we find it unnecessary to decide whether integration at some Point diminishes the Quality of Public education available to White students and thus imposes a unique Burden upon them Quot the court said. A it is sufficient for us to determine and we so bold that she a a Prato in tsp clause requires disestablishment of a former dual system and replacement with a unitary the court reversed judgment of the Federal District court and remanded the Case with instructions that the Wilson City school see schools Page 141 state no meet set Here the Naif on. A i organization no will hold us state convention in Washington on saturday night May 30, at the Washington High school auditorium. K. P. Arnold local publicity chair Man said today that around 400 members from Over the state Are expected to attend. Ail no members of Beaufort county Are urged to attend along with All Farmers whether they be members or not. An excellent program has been arranged and Farmers Are promised a real Down to Earth presentation of the farm problems along with some practical answers. Malvin Respass a Beaufort county president of no. Richmond. In. Apr the ii. S. 4th circuit court of appeals set aside today a Federal District court s order for total desegregation of Public schools a r Lotte Mecklenburg county n.c., school District the appeals court sent Back to the . District court of the Western District of North Carolina the Case in which the jus tics top Uteri my of sized the question whether a school Board actually has a Legal obligation to abolish All Black Public schools in arguments before the appeals court in april government attorneys had suggested that District judge James b. Mcmillan May have overstepped his discretionary authority in ordering busing of pupils to achieve total desegregation. Judge Albert v Bryan dissented hut joined chief judge Clement f Haynsworth or. And judge Herbert Boreman in voting to vacate the judgment of the District court and to remand the Case in acc ordnance with the majority opinion written judge John d. Butzner or. Bry an said he did so Quot for the Sake of creating a Clear majority for the decision to the Charlotte Mecklenburg school District has about 84,500 pupils 23,000 of whom already Are being Cross bused Between City and county a some 95 per cent of them White under Mcmillan s order an additional 13.000 pupils would have been bused to achieve total desegregation. Negro plaintiffs in the , which originated in 1966, had urged the appeals to flirt Here last month to affirm Mcmillan a order. Their counsel contended the school Board plan for a Zon ing Quot with a 70-30 White to Black ratio in most of the schools locked Black families into predominantly Black areas and deprived Black pupils of equal Educa Liona 1 opportune ties. Counsel for the school Board contended busing an additional 63.000 children not Only would work hardship on the pupils themselves but would be prohibitively costly the appeals court in its rut ing today said it was applying Quot the test of reasonableness in deciding the Issue and was not saying no Pupil busing whatsoever should be carried out to achieve desegregation. The opinion instructed the school Board to explore Quot every method of desegregation Quot and noted that Quot undoubtedly some transportation will be necessary to supplement these techniques a _ Nixon summons business leaders for conference could be in fighting elected by win1rtfr8 a the Rev Donald Merts associate pastor of the first Christian Church Here hat been elected president of the Beaufort county ministerial association for the 1v70 7� term. Other officer elected include the Rev. Keith Marriner. Pastor of the first pentecostal holiness Church first vice president the Rev. R. L Lewis pastor of Beebe memorial methodist Church second vice president John b Thompson jr., minister of music and education at the first Baptist Church Secretary and the Rev. Robert South Rector Zion St. Paul and St. Thomas episcopal churches treasurer the association will not meet during the summer months Ven president seeks to Calm fears by Fred s. Hoffman a military writer Washington apr . Troops aligned to Security duty in Vietnam Are Likely to be the. Solved in ground fighting even after the formal american combat role ends next year Pentagon officials say the Security troops probably will conduct roving patrols into the Countryside in guarding bases where support forces Are located where such patrols make Contact with the enemy fighting to Likely to follow Nix on administration officials have not yet explained publicly what the Security troops will be doing and the risks they will be running in guarding the sup port of new these officials Are aware Many America As May have the impression the Security units will not be involved in fire fight that american troops Stop toking a to Eftihea cd that All the us forces us in Vietnam next year will withdraw into fortified enclaves. Pentagon officials say they will attempt to or Parr tie Public. Before this switch Over from combat to support role for the likelihood of some further fighting and dying by americans top defense officials and senior military officer say it would be out of the question to limit us. Security Force to holding the perimeters of bases to do to they say would be to enemy to move into position o hit bases without interference however the Rule of engage ment controlling . Security troops could be fairly restrictive to avoid situations which could Lead to Tanto scale fighting source said a commander could lie empowered to go after and destroy an enemy Force immediate i \ threatening his to a Ilion but might be barred from pursuing the enemy any great distance one general suggested the Rule might be similar to those in effect during the negotiation period of the know War then he said a local com Mander was forbidden to launch any combat patrols or action involving More than two platoon unless specifically authorized by the theater commander i i 11n m Periu f. Assn Isard press writer Washington it api Presl or my nixon1 summoned financial and Humeas Leader from across the nation to a White . Dinner ton Laht in an Effort to Calm theft fears about the a hogfish Economy and sex no City schools clue to universe getting set Moon Rock oldest for new year rather than policy decisions dominated the meeting of the City school Board Here last night As the 6b-�?T70 school year draws to a preparation for the coming year the Board will prison its budget pbp1 to the county commissioners to. 5 f 12 the Calendar for j ext Yter a adopted with no huge rom this year except for and jus Mente of Calendar a ales fhe Board vill continue membership with the state school Board organization physical preparations for the upcoming year were made As follows a the Board roved advert sing of bids for in Archase of an oven for of Cloe school Sod a. Dishwasher for John Small a approved placing of fund from surplus and rent of mine la school info a saving fund for construed a of main Tena Nee shed a announced opening of sealed bidding for old boiler at Jones Junior High a authorized advertising for bids for electric work at the High school and approved hiring of Dibble and associates to supervise the work. A authorized employment of see Board. Page 14 yet found by Man b p to 1 re hot a aerospace writer space Center Houston .ap1 a a Rock which May Date from the birth of toe solar sys tem has among the Moon samples Hgt ugh to Earth by Apollo 12, Ofreci amihere say. The Rock about the site of a Lemon a has an apparent age of 4.6 billion years clearly the oldest Rock yet found on the Moon Quot and older than any Rock found on Earth the officials said. Some meteorites which land on the Earth and Moon from sphere have been found to be 4.5 to 4.6 billion years old but the Apollo 12 Rock is the oldest Ever discovered to be native to the Earth or to the Moon Quot to discover a Rock on a planet that is the same age As the planet is very significant Quot or. Paul Gast chief of lunar and Earth sciences at the manned spacecraft Center said tuesday. The find indicates that the surface layers of the Moon have changed very Little sir the formation of the solar Tern he added. He said the Rock has about 20 times As much uranium Tho runt and potassium a any nth or lunar Rock examined he said its natural radiation which a harmless. Is also much higher than the other rocks Gast said test will be conducted on the Rock to determine if it contains the decay product of iodine 129 a Short lived and now extinct isotope which is thought to have been produced during the birth of the solar system. Since meteorites Abo contain decayed iodine 129, he said the origin of the Moon and the meteorites would be linked a it would support the present theory that All the planets were formed at the same time Quot he said Anthony j. Cd Alio director it science and applications at the manned spacecraft Center said the Rock looked no different from the others in the Apollo 12 Moon samples. A he said the unique nature of the Rock was discovered when scientists processed it through a the radiation counting Laboratory. Its High degree of natural radiation caused the scientist to set it aside for a closer look cart. Corbin Kkt a to speak to Bath seniors choral society to present Spring concert military parents want Safe schools by Robert a. Dobkin a military writer Washington apr the Pentagon is struggling with a potentially embarrassing proposal with admitted racial overtones Over building a special school for children of military families because of violence in the nation s capital. A. House approved Bill now before the Senate authorizes the air Force <2.3 million for an elementary school at Bolling air Force base for military dependents who Are mostly White and now attend Washington a predominantly Black schools neither the air Force nor the defense department asked for the Money written into the 12 billion military construction Bill by the House armed services committee. The House passed the measure in it wed the military parents a Socia Bon representing 1,800 children of military personnel at three government housing areas lob hied in Congress for the new school. They testified their youngsters were being beaten robbed and intimidated by neighbourhood toughs in the local Public schools. Or. George Benson Deputy asst. Secretary of defense for education said tuesday the Pentagon has not taken a stand m the school but Hopes to come up with a position in a few Days. A surely we sympathize with the military parents association and realize that a very real problem is involved Quot Benson said. A on the other hand the trend has been to reduce the ramber of schools operated by the Benson acknowledged the racial overtones involved. A this is undoubtedly the Case a be Saml a a we re part at the United states and certainly want our children to go to Normal Phuc schools Quot he added. There la no desire on our part to ourselves More Independent. Bath Bath High hold its baccalaureate services sunday May if to 4 of p m. In the High school auditorium capt Corbin Cherry of the United. States army will deliver the message to 56 seniors capt. Cherry was graduated from per Timons High school in Hertford county and High Point College. He completed work and entered the Caudle school of theology at Emory University prior to his enlistment in the army he had held pastorate at Bath and Goldsboro methodist churches capt Cherry has served at fort Bragg and West Point Academy. He has served with the 101st airborne division in Vietnam during his Vietnam tour he was decorated with distinguished awards at the pres pit time he As serving As chaplain at the Walt Creed Hospital Washington d c. Jack l Wallace Principe will introduce the speaker at the baccalaureate service Plain the move into Cambodia a White House spokesman said plans for the dinner were Laid after Nixon met last week with Bernard Tasker. Chairman of the new York Stock Exchange. He announced the session Tuc full during a Day of mixed economic news that varied Between a Stock Market plunge to Tea lowest level in 7% years and a labor department report that wholesale prices Are rising Lesa than Lastyk a. On Capitol Hill a House a Lux Ommittee voted 5-1 along party Imes to require Nixon s Council of economic advisers to set wage and Price Guidell Nea each year and require Nixon to set up a watchdog Agency to oversee them in addition the staff of the joint committee on internal Revenue taxation predicted the Federal budget for the fiscal year beginning july 1. Will show a $4 5 billion deficit instead of the adminis Rahawi projected $13 billion even if All the Nixon s Revenue producing measures Lake effect and Mea u a wry a tree approved the admin attorn request for in tie billion increase in. The National debt ceiling to $395 billion. White House press Secretary Ronald l Ziegler said Lasker Tow n von last Werk the Ambo it to Dee sign was widely misunderstood some analysts think doubts Over administration policies have contributed to the Sharp drop in the Market Outh Miter request slated Swan Quarter a citizens or better recreation in Hyde a newly organized Volunteer group will appear before the Hyde county Board of commissioners monday afternoon june 1, to request assistance in getting a youth Center for Hyde county. Organization spokesmen say that All interested citizens Are invited to join in the appearance before the Board which is scheduled after the noon recess meanwhile it has been announced that the group has elected the following acting officers to temporarily direct the organization mrs l. A Hyde president mrs Lizzie Clayton vice president mrs. Kenneth Jefferies Secretary and the Rev. Joe Grimes treasurer an official of the North Carolina recreation division in. Raleigh will attend the next meeting of the group on june 2d. Senate eyes Rise in Hospital costs the Washington choral society win present a Spring concert thursday night at 8 15 of clock at the Washington High school auditorium. The program will be in three parts that will consist of show tunes from Carousel d it sir. And Muk and hooey favorite songs from the past end then a great Salute to America. Leon Randolph will be Sato Iet. My. Dave milligan., Soprano will also present the Public a invited to attend there will be n guest 1 Solo. By Joe Hall associated press writer Washington apr a prediction that Hospital costs will reach Flam per Day in lie nations major cities in in years has spurred new efforts in the Senate finance committee to. Put reins on medicare and medicaid atlays. Sen. Abraham a. Robkoff d-conn., told a reporte As committee hearings resumed tuesday Quot we Empl fed some effective Way to control these Coats. A they affect All Aegir it site of the health Industry physician Hoe pm Tala nursing Homes a and other providers of sen. John j. Williams r-del., senior Republican on the panel said he feared the spiralling Cost of the two big he to apr Grams could affect the solvency of the Federal government. Ribicoff mid the prediction about 1980 costs were made by highly competent sources Mark Barite of san Francisco former president of the american Hospital association and or Philip Lee former assistant Secretary for health and scientific affairs in the health education and welfare department re said they forecast Dally Coats us $406 in Rural areas $600 to medium sue cities and $1000 see hospitals. Page 14
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