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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - May 29, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather pfc the Cloudy Timu i saturday High saturday 1st a. Low tonight 9 to Low a esta8tlsh�,0 1909 Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. ,. Chaims Zua in Twain a a and ? 00 o clock and am wet Hada Muf Rcd a a you part Washington Notum cab Una. Friday at Snow mat a 190 Sau y la Csepi sunday leveling off shows slight april gains gov. Scott against Federal guidelines by Noel Yancey visor ated pm frito Raleigh a it a Moat economic indicators Ahu wed slight Gams As North Carolina s econ in Raleigh Taft = North car Olma gov. Bob Scott says he feels that the proposed Federal guidelines for the three state coastal Plains regional com Mission will be unduly restrictive. Scott told the commission thursday the guidelines Quot will seriously undermine the partnership which we have carefully developed a the commission was created to further the development of the coastal Plains areas of North Carolina South Carolina and Georgia South Carolina gov. Robert Mcnair and h. Oliver Welch who appeared As representative of Georgia gov. Lester1 Maddox endorsed Scott a statement. Quot to am equally disturbed Quot said Mcnair who elected Ca chairman to succeed Maddox Scott was named alternate co chairman the co chairman serves for six months. Welch said Georgia has expressed similar concern Maddox was unable to attend because of pressing business the guidelines outline the terms and conditions to be observed by the Federal co chair Man and the regional commission in the management of activities and expenditures of funds allowed to it. Scott said he received the guidelines in Early february. They were later revised to some see Scott. Page 14� dedication set for waterfront chamber j maps plans f or j uly 4 Belhaven a the Belhaven Community chamber of Commerce monday night mapped plans for the 1970 july 4th Celebration Here. Co chairmen Bud of Neal and Frankie Calfee outlined the following program for the1 Day beginning with a water show on the fungo River that is being sponsored by the fungo Basin Jaycees the Parade with Beautiful floats pretty girls and bands will be arranged by Bobby Noble and m. D. Red Whisnant of the Belha Ven Paniego rotary club. At 12 noon Carl Edwards and his Force will again provide visitors with one of Belhaven a famous fish Fries. The Matam skeet Jayc ettes and the fungo Basin Jayc ettes Are co sponsoring the Quot miss Independence a Beauty pageant. Girls must be 18 years of age by september l and not married to enter. An Art show is being sponsored by the Belhaven memorial museum throughout the Day. During the afternoon there will be Ball games at the Belhaven Ball Park and the Belhaven Volunteer fire department will present a fireworks show Over the fungo River. A Street dance under the direction of the Belhaven Lions club with the crowning of miss Independence 1970 will Climax the Day of festivities. Details of events to take place will be announced later but plan now to attend another of see chamber Page 14 plans were announced today by David m. Milligan chairman of the redevelopment commission of the City of Washington concerning the june 13 waterfront dedication a Man. On saturday. June 13, the City of Washington will officially dedicate the new Stewart Parkway and waterfront in impressive ceremonies designed to reflect credit on a City that is destined to take its place among those cities All across the land that Are Progress oriented a said Milligan. A it is with much pleasure that our Beautiful new Stewart Parkway named in Honor of mayor a. Thomas Stewart who is serving As president of the North Carolina league of municipalities and adjoining waterfront will officially become an integral part of a City and her Milligan said that a mayor Stewart has served Long faithfully and extremely Well All the Best interests of this City and the naming of this Urban renewal project in his Honor is indeed Gratifying. We of the redevelopment commission Are tremendously pleased that this City has chosen to Honor its mayor in this the dedication ceremonies Are in conjunction with the annual Washington summer festival an event which emphasizes the recreational potential of the tideland area of Eastern North Carolina participating in the dedication proceedings Are the honorable Walter b. Jones u. S. Representative of the first . Congressional District John t. Edmunds regional administrator for renewal assistance for the department of housing and Urban development or. Leo w Jenkins president of East Carolina University who is an a apostle of see program Page 14 leveling off that has been Prog Rev since mid-189 the Wachovia Bank and Trust co. Reported its North Carolina business Index showed a. Gain of 0.8 per cent above March As it reached a preliminary figure of 111.7 this was nearly 2 per cent shove april of last year. Mainly responsible for the indexes Rise were gains in spending and in manufacturing production hours of the negative Side was a Rise in unemployment which totalled 79,900 last month com pared with 78,300 in March and 62,400 a year ago. The states unemployment percentage of 3.5 per cent was Well below the National average of 4.8 per cent. Bank debits which measure spending by Consumers and business reached 87.02 billion during april. This was 14 0 per cent above March and 24.4 per cent above last year a manufacturing Man hours. Which measure Over All productivity reached 28.6 million in april. This was Down slightly from Quot april of last year but showed a gain of 2.1 per cent Over March. Employment in manufacturing durable goods lumber and textiles showed Small decreases from March and from april of last year employment in service businesses and government were up. Seasonally adjusted Cash farm receipts reached 8139.4 million for a 1.7 per cent gain Over March and 7.4 per t the year ago figure. The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond reported that building permits totalling $37.6 Mil Cooper says Bill will bring test by Carl p Lieba Dorp associated press. Writer Washington apr sen John Sherman Cooper says neat weeks vote to her enforcement of his proposal to restrict activities in Cambodia will provide the first Clear test of strength in the three week Senate Debele the amendment offered by sen. Robert a dole., k kan., would make the proposed fund cutoff inoperative As Long As americans Are held prisoner by the North vietnamese in Cambodia she members in Here Aren t impressed by that Cooper. Ray said in an interview a they won t be impressed by the other amendments the Senate agreed before it adjourned thursday for the memorial Day weekend to vote wednesday on Doles amendment but the key vote is Likely to come on a bid by sen. J. W Pul Bright d-arfc., to table end thus kill the Dole amendment. He mid it a is quite clearly designed to destroy any effect whatsoever a of the compar Church proposal barring funds after july 1 for a retaining . Forces in Cambodia after Doles amendment la acted on sen. Robert c. Byrd d-w.va., says he will offer another amendment authorizing the president a to take such actions As May be necessary to protect the lives of United states forces in South Vietnam and to hasten their j Cooper said both amendments Deal with the subject that he finds increasingly mentioned in his mail the Contention by administration forces that Coop or Church proponents Are ref us South vietnamese Rush to provincial capital in mid East . Will seek Assurance soviets not piloting jets pc North hit town in Cambodia by John m Hightower a special t of respondent Washington api a the United states will a Nee from Moscow in talks next week that soviet pilots in Egypt will not Fly offensive missions against it nil administration policy makers Are not optimistic about the Washington discussions. But they agree the outcome will have an important bearing on president Nixon a forthcoming decision on an israeli request for More warplane the Lark of us optimism stems from an apparent belief the soviet have embarked on a Tough and threatening course in the Middle East this in turn a brought on a similar display of determination by the administration in of Ite China ing con fronts t Ion this became apparent thursday when state department press officer Carl Partch said Russia s reply to a previous in Quiry about its military involvement in Egypt was both imprecise and the meeting Between asst. Secretary of state Joseph j. Sla co and soviet Ama Sador Anatoly f. Dobrynin is a follow up to a May 5 session in Moscow involving ambassador Jacob beam and Deputy foreign minister Vladimir Vinogradov there plan have been some four Power rating at the United nation on the Middle beat but according to reports to Washington the soviet have shown a Tough and uncooperative attitude increasing the impression they Are on a hard policy line Israel Hau in pressing the United states to authorize the Sale of 25 phantom fighter bombers and 100 sky Hawk fight ers Israel contends russians involvement in Egypt has turned the balance <4 Power in the Arab s favor so far Nixon has refrained from supporting that conclusion saying he is re evaluating the Bee mid East Page 14 see Economy. Page 14 memorial Day service set a memorial Day service will be held sunday evening. May 30, at 6 00 o clock at the Flag pole area in Oakdale cemetery. The service is being sponsored by the american legion Post no. 15 and the veterans of foreign wars Post no. 6088, and their auxiliaries who invite the Public to attend. Ashley 1. Futrell will be speaker introduced by a. Thomas Stewart mayor of Washington. Wiley c. Rodman jr., commander of Post no. 15 will serve As master of ceremonies. An impressive program has been planned and others participating Are the Rev. Kelly Wilson John b. Thompson and Robert Walker postal Holiday the Post office will be closed All Day saturday May 30, in Observance of memorial Day. There will he no City or Rural delivery service. All windows will be closed. Box holders in the Post office will receive mail. Per Shible and special delivery mail will be delivered collection and dispatch of mail will be made on a Holiday schedule. A stamp vending machine and Scales Are located in the lobby of the Post office for the convenience of the Public. tog it pm fit Protection of us troops in the Udd. W a they know better a Cooper said pointing out the proposal would permit a hot Pursuit of the enemy across the South Vietnam Cambodia Border and Quot sallies Over the line to protect the the Only limit on the Power to protect troops the Kentucky Republican said is that it tells the president a you can to use this argument to become involved in another but Fulbright charged in a floor speech thursday a relying As much As possible on its South vietnamese clients and perhaps also on thai and. If possible. Indonesian a advisers the administration now apparently intends to sustain an indefinite full scale military involvement by proxy in Cambodia rehabilitation or a Pound of flesh Taylor rites set saturday funeral services for Thomas l. Taylor age 50, will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Horn saturday afternoon at 4 of clock conducted by the Rev Wayne w Smith pastor of the first free will Baptist Church burial will follow in Pamlico memorial gardens. His nephews will serve As pallbearers a or. Taylor a resident of 602 East eighth Street died in the Beauf or t c on qty hopi i a i thursday morning following a length illness. Surviving Are his wife parents five sons two daughters one grandchild five Brothers and four Sisters Apollo 13 Accident probable cause of explosion Given head a at Roh my Thom aft Collins or. Collins to address Choc grads a Choco win Fly a or Thomas a. Collins president of North Carolina Wesleyan College in Rocky mount will address the graduates of Cho comity High school on monday evening. June 1, at 8 00 native of Wilmington or. Collins was graduated from Asbury College Asbury theological Seminary and Emory University. He was awarded an honorary doctorate by High Point College he served As methodist pastor in Atlanta a. And Gatesville and Raleigh. He taught school and served As principal of High schools in Gates and Gatesville. In March 1959, he Mas elected first president of North Catalina Wesleyan College. Wesleyan opened in 1960 and now Enrols More than 700 students in a fully accredited senior College the methodist coeducational College offers a Quality program of Liberal Arta majors or. Collins is a member of the american association of colleges the Southern association of colleges the american association of school administrators and past president of the association of see Choco Page 14 Aurora school by Larry kurts associated pres writer Lansing Mich apr a Doe North Carolina want rehab Ilita Bon or a Pound of flesh Quot with that question attorney Charles Prober t challenged thursday a request from North Caroline that an escaped fugitive be returned. A the Case involves Steve Collins. A Hick Chi up a India who walked away from a North Carolina prison 10 years ago. Since returning to his native Michigan Collins has married fathered three children worked steadily and made payment on a Home he has been working at the same factory in grand rapids for nearly six years Collins kept his secret even from his wife until or was arrested in March for disorderly conduct. A routine Check of his fingerprints revealed he was a prison Escapee. North Carolina asked for his return to finish serving a 15-year sentence for assault with intent to commit rape in a hearing before Kenneth Frank land assistant Legal adviser to Michigan gov William Milliken Probert submitted let ters from friends employers and others attesting to Collins character. Collins real name is Calvin Collins admitted he was the Man North Carolina wanted but he denied guilt. V a i had nothing to do with it Quot Collins said a i never Sam the girl Probert told Frank land that if Collins was returned to North Carolina a the Only purpose would be to make an example of him. And making an example of him would serve no purpose a a Probert said the purpose of prison is rehabilitation and �?o1 see prisoner Page 14� Board told about head Start plans 8 a re adult Man a Lata unus will cutback the i in fight of the head Start kindergarten program in Beaufort aunty schools on summer. Mrs Ethel Matthews general Supe last night told members of the Beaufort county Board of education but mrs Matthews said a reducing the program from 40 to 30 Days is not expected to reduce the effectiveness of it she added. Wed a not know since we have not it Ned the Shorter program before mrs. Matthews said the Federal allocation this year is 852.591 compared with 166,239 in 1969 she said the local portion is mostly non Cash credits for use of classrooms coat of utilities and janitorial services and Volunteer Imit _. A the county program is operated at schools at Cho comity Belhaven Paniego and Aurora mrs. Matthews said that the program this year will serve the same number of children As last year and that the same number of workers will be employed. The Beaufort county head Start program last year had an enrolment of 267 a total of 59 teachers and other personnel were employed touching on two other school programs mrs. Matthews gave these reports a an expanded state text Book a see school Page 141 in George Esper no rated la it i writer Saigon apr More than 1,000 South vietnamese marines to hed toward the besieged it provincial capital of prey Veng today to reinforce cambodian troops battling North vietnamese and Viet Cong for the second Day a High rank my cambodian military source said prey Veng 30 mile East of phenom penh was surrounded and apparently Only the provincial headquarter and the Center of the town was still firmly held by government forces a South vietnamese military spokesman in Saigon reported the marines had entered prey Veng but cambodian military sources said the marines were still pressing toward the town supported by helicopters the marines pushed up the East Hank of the Mekong River and ran into Strong North vietnamese of dares near the town of Hanam about 10 Miles Southwest of prey Veng the marines reported killing 19 North vietnamese soldiers and capturing eight prisoners and it weapons. South vietnamese losses were put at four killed and 21 wounded official sources in Saigo said the attack on prey Veng the second in to Days was an attempt by the North vietnamese and Viet a Cong to a Nodi a their Fiji in ii a. That la Mako big River a to secure a new Supply route replacing those disrupted by american and South vietnamese forces prey Veng is one of the cambodian govern qtent�?~8 last major strongholds East of the Mekong the cambodian spokesman see War Page we miss Mollie in. Murray passes Engelhard a miss Mottle m Murray age 60, died thursday in Raleigh funeral services will be held saturday at 2 30 pm at St. George s episcopal Church conducted by the Rev Clem Jordan burial will follow in the Church cemetery. Miss Murray was the daughter of to. R and Lizzie Mcclaud Murray. She was a member of St. George s episcopal Church and had been living in Raleigh for several years. Surviving Are three Sisters mrs Janie Fulford of Engelhard mrs w. M Ewell of Venice calif., and mrs Ingram goad of Portsmouth a. Pallbearers will be Jack Brittain. Royden Clarke. Vat Hon Vailante Henry Cahoot Bill Harvey Cox and Horace Gibbs the family will be at the Home of her sister mrs Janie Fulford at Engelhard. President youth must turn to .Jspiritual sources res sons by Paul Recer a aerospace writer space Center Houston apr a probable sequence of events which caused the Apollo 13 explosion half Way to the Moon was revealed thursday by space Agency officials in statements correcting and clarifying an. Announcement made wednesday. Space Agency spokesmen said the probe ble sequence began with a problem two weeks Befu me launch when were unable to Drain oxygen tank no. 2 on the Apollo 13 service module. The tank had been filled Dur ing the countdown demonstration test after the test a special procedure had to be used to Drain the tank. The procedure included turning on Heaters in the oxygen tank to Force the liquid oxygen to warm up and become a Gas. The Gas was then vented. The chairman n of the Apollo 13 review Board Edgar my Cor right said the procedure apparently damaged two Thermal switches and they failed. These switches Adt Quot As thermostats which normally prevent the Heaters from getting too hot the broken thermostats allowed temperatures in the Heater tube inside the tank to Rise to 1,000 degrees fahrenheit he said. Insulation on wires powering fans in the oxygen tanks was apparently melted away by this heat. The fans Are used to stir up the liquid oxygen. After Apollo 13 was launched april 11 the fans worked without incident until the night of april 13. Officials believe that when the fans were switched on that sight Bare wires apparently caused an electrical arc which Imit cd material in the tank. This combination caused pressure to Rise until the tank exploded. Tim explosion caused loss of most of the command ships oxygen and electrical Power forced cancellation of the Moon Landing and imperilled the astronaut although they returned to Earth safely. Officials said thursday the tests which established the probable sequence of events were conducted Here. Earlier they had said the tests were conducted at the Beech air Craft co. Plant in Boulder Colo. An earlier announcement also stated that it was insulation on wires to the Heater which were see Apollo Page 14� Aurora a Ross Lane principal of Aurora High school has resigned to accept the position As principal of a 45-teacher elementary school in Johnston county Lane a graduate of East Carolina University was basketball Couch and teacher at Washington High school for two years before coming Aurora. Is Washington Gray Hodges Beaufort county school superintendent in making the announcement to the Board of education last night said a emr. Lane has Dooe a Good Job and we regret be system. To by Escar Thompson associated press writer Knoxville Tenn a president Nixon has told a youth night crowd at a Billy Graham crusade that to realize _ their full potential Young Amer Iran a must turn to those great spiritual sources that have made America the great country it the crusade was held thursday night at the University of Tennessee football stadium and a University official estimated that 75.0oo heard the president and the evangelist speak the president up peering on a College Campus for the first time in almost a year was interrupted during his Brief speech by a Small band of hecklers chanting a peace now and a one two three four we done to want Nixon a the crowd booed the demonstrators. Police arrested nine persons on charges of disturbing a Public worship a Misdemeanour. Nixon said he and the students both want the same thing peace. A i can Tell you my life is dedicated to the cause that i know you Are dedicated to All of you a the chief executive de dared. A i want this nation to he at peace and we shall be. A a a great majority of americans Young people As 1 do do approve of dissent but they say they want the right to be heard and. When they speak they want the right to be heard and when they Speik they think other people should be silent so that they. Can be the president continued Quot it is a generation that is not the lost generation As some americans think it Isnit the beat generation. It Isnit the beat up generation it can be and will be come the great Young a Nixon conceded. America in t everything he would like it to be. Young people he said Are concerned a bout such things As air and water pollution put or housing inferior education and alienation Between the races a i know there Are things about America that Are wrong a he said. Quot but i also know that this is a country where a Young persons knows that there is a peaceful Way he can change what be does to like about America and that is Why it is a see Nixon Page 14
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