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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - November 3, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather Chance of Shower and few to Nuht lows in Low 80� tuesday pert 4 r study arid �4�a�r in mow Era rest portion Hyghe la Low Washington daily news if you do not got your Papor. Dial m6tl46 it Waal a a and i 00 o clock and Arnern will a delivered to Yaw for get a att Ufa Matt thai of Tom a Aumua Arry Naooki inv Swanse a it Inpyn Danu inc amp a sunday Berli russians easing up by Embre Marton associated press writer Washington it a it the soviet Union says a hard line approach taken by one of its diplomats about the future of Berlin has been misunderstood soviet foreign minister an since that time1, Gromyko has met with president Nixon Secretary of state William p Rogers British foreign Secretary sir Alec Douglas Home and the German foreign minister Walter Schwei Douglas Home is understood of one in five angry clamor of campaigning experience breakdowns yields to solemnity of vote by Frank Carey a science worker Washington a the Public health service Baa reported evidence suggesting nearly one in five american adults has experienced a nervous breakdown or Felt one coming on in disclosing some findings it termed surprising the Agency both sides May claim Victory some Aurora a graveside services for mrs. Myra Mayo Sadler who died late sunday a night will be conducted today at 2 of clock by the Rev. John Yount in the Mayo cemetery at Aurora. Pallbearers will be Harry p. Austin Charlie l. Godley Jimmie Potter Malcolm Lewis Willis Lewis and James Lewis. In separate meetings with u.s., British and West German officials to explain that is ambassador to East Germany is not a hard liner. But Gromyko has not spelled out How the Ambas fildor was . The soviet Diplomat Pyotr a. Abrasimow. Will have the Opportunity to elaborate on the proposal when he meets to Berlin wednesday with u.s., British and French ambassadors Abrasimow took the other big four Powers by Surprise at an oct 9 meeting he proposed West Berlin be divorced politically from West Germany and that the soviet Union be Given virtual veto Power Over the future of the divided City while denying similar rights to Western Powers to East Berlin out. Gromyko when the totter a visited London last Wash. The russian however declined to go beyond stressing the a Community of interest of All four great Powers and of West get a i 1 a re Vurva 1a inf Tift a Fin a a a a t cts8ttj u vhf Lwft w feb a tin and. As far As it is known Here this is essentially what he told Schwei during a six hour conference to Frankfurt get. 30 Gromyko Quot a talks to. The United state-4iia meeting with Rog Era to new York and with presi Dent Nixon at the White House produced nothing to indicate in what form and to what extent the soviet Union is willing to be via its hard line position. Gromyko s visits Here in. Britain and to Germany obviously were see soviets. Page 9� Board react Vales fire commission the Beaufort county Board of commissioners monday reactivated the Beaufort county fire com Mission the action was described As a step Forward toward the establishment of a countywide fire District. The fire commission was established to 1962 but had become inactive. The action by the Board puts new life into it. Named to the commission were Regin id wind lev of be Haven Jack Swindell of Bath Leroy Tetter ton of i net own Fred Potts of Washington Jack Macwilliams of Aurora and Gene Alligood of Washington fire marshal exo Eficio member a t he commissioners also. A received proposals for some changes in the plans for the third floor of the new courthouse under construction a to line with plans suggested by a Superior court judge. A endorsed plans for a proposed coastal corridor Highway from Savannah a. To Norfolk a. A approved a Resolution of respect for the tote Edmund h. Harding chairman of the historic Bath commission noting his contribution to the development of Bath As a state historic site a concurred with the Washington City Council on the appointment of Henry Harding of Washington to the Airport commission a reeled a report by Robert a. Folie supervisor of the Beaufort county alcoholic beverage control Board that Beaufort county a share of the liquor tax to a split with the state is up Only slightly while sales have increased heavily the disparity is apparently the result of a formula set at the state level for the tax split. A passed a Resolution proclaiming nov 2-8 As a human relation the Resolution took note of the peaceful transition in the see Board Page 8 a the adult population la fidgety s and Tena at times to the1 Point of being bothered the Agency questioned 8.672 adults representing the nation s 111 million population of civilian. No institutions i persons Between ii and 78 eighty eight per cent were White r 10 per cent Black. Persons were1 questioned not Only on their history of actual or threatened nervous breakdowns but also on whether they had Ever been bothered by t nervousness psychological inertia insomnia trembling hands nightmares perspiring hands fainting or blackouts headache dizziness or heart palpitations. In one of its major findings the report declared a the Over All per cent reporting having had a nervous breakdown was 4.9 per cent and an additional 12.8 per cent reported having Felt an impending nervous breakdown. Without its actual occurrence. For a see nervous. Page 8 mrs. Helen p. Wilkinson Dies mrs Helen p. Wilkinson age 64, of it. 2, Washington died to the Beaufort county Hospital monday night at 10 30 of clock after a critical illness of two weeks. She had been in failing health for the past two own mrs we Juihwa was win a Morganton a. June it 1906, daughter of mrs. Myrtle Smith Powell and the tote John c. Powell. She was a graduate of the Atlanta Normal College to Atlanta a. And retired As placement officer with the acc to Washington d. C. To 1962. Since her retirement she had a been making her Home Here she was a member of the first United methodist Church and the woman s society of Christian service. Mrs. Wilkinson was married to Joseph g. Wilkinson of this see Wilkinson Page 8 Survey u underway 145 finds f or 4rlaned route an. Immediate Survey of m. A Highway 30-33 Between Washington and Greenville by Way of Pactolus is underway according to an announcement made at 11 30 today by Arthur Tripp Highway commissioner. Or. Tripp says the Survey is preliminary to the approval of a four Lane Highway connecting Washington and Greenville a through Pactolus. The distance is 16 Miles to a Point East of Greenville where the four tone Highway would swing southward on a connecting link at bul Meyer Ford company and onto Burroughs Welcome Plant. The Survey will coat $100,000. The Cost of the four Lane High Way is estimated to be 96,750,000 of which the sum of $1,700,000 will be for the acquisition of the extra right of Way. And the right of Way will be purchased on the North Side of present Highway 33, he said. A we Are to business now says or. Tripp. The Survey will take several months to Complete and then plans will be drawn for the four Lane Highway he added. Or. Tripp says surveyors Are working today on the Survey. Making the Survey obtaining right of ways drawing Road plans awarding contracts and building the four Lane Road Are ahead of us he concluded. The red Cross blood Mobile Here on a two Day Stop had collected 145 Pinta of blood and recorded 21 rejects at ii a.m., blood Bank officials said. The blood Mobile will remain at the st. Peters Episcopa 1 Parish House until 4 . The quota for the atop was 150 pints pins additional pints to make no a considerable deficit created by heavy use and failure to meet donor . A local physician reported. Monday that he alone had used 18 pints sunday heavily cutting into the blood Supply at the Beaufort county a the need for blood he said urging citizens to support the blood Bank program. He loved ill be buried near retarded children Boston a Richard Cardinal Cushing will be buried at st. Coletta school at Hanover dose to the retarded children he held so dear. The 75-year-old prelates body was to be taken today from the archbishops residence to the Cathedral of the holy Cross to lie to state until the funeral saturday. The Cardinal a longtime Friend of the tote president. John f. Kennedy and his father the tote Joseph p. Kennedy died at to residence monday afternoon less than four weeks after he stepped Down As head of the Boston archdiocese on oct. 7. News of is death came As a Shock not Only to the Arch dioceses catholics but to millions of others who remembered the wite hatred gravel voiced prelate dancing a Jig at is annual thanksgiving parties for the poo taking nuns to a red sox baseball game or wearing construction workers hard hats at ground breaking for the 4� 0 color of autumn Ettor Mechanic by Beil fall Colora the fall color season is now at its Peak to the North Carolina mountains and this View of Grandfather Mountain framed in autumn foliage is typical of toe sights that will be seen for the next week or two. The Mountain fall color season began about a week late but recent frosts have brought the colouring along in All its splendor. Voter turnout expected in heavier . Xvi i 1 Nan cities Raleigh apr voter turnout was running heavier than expected to some of North Carolinas largest cities this morning As tar heels went to the polls to choose congressmen legislators and local officials Early voters met fog and scattered Clouds across much of the stale when the polls opened at 6 30 but by mid morning skies Wen reported dear to most places. The Early turnout to Charlotte and Raleigh was reported unexpectedly heavy. The voting waa also reported heavy to Asheville where a hot sheriff race Drew unusual interest and in Winston Salem where voters were electing a mayor and other local of al Tala. Moderate turnouts were1 reported in Durham and greens Boro and a Light turnout in Fayetteville and Cumberland county. Election officials had predicted a turnout of about 900,000 in tvs off year election. Besides the 10.congressional races and the1 local contests voters were deciding on seven world Day in Beaufort county proposed constitutional amendments the polls close at 6 30 . Except to the 19 counties with voting machines which can remain open an extra hour. In the most populous county. Mecklenburg which uses machines voters will be Able to v see. N.c., Page 8 f arming venture program set for nov. 6 Light before noon his a ity Walter r. Mf.ar8 a political writer Washington api the angry clamor of a bitter midterm election Campaign yielded today to the solemnity of Deci ii t Fod Jug Lota that chose a new Congress and shaped their state govern men a the verdict began in the chill Dawn of Maine flowed from state to state time zone to time zone across a continent president Nixon and hit Republican lieutenants have coursed in an historic quest for congressional support in the school houses fire stations. Municipal Halls of 185,566 precincts and voting units America As were electing 35 senators 36 governors and a new House of representatives in the end. Both republicans and democrats seemed Likely to claim Victory to a virtual congressional standoff Republican seemed Likely to add one to three seats to their Senate my s Jority Little change was expected in the alignment of the democratic House democrats appeared headed for statehouse gains that could provide a significant financial and organizational boost to the 1972 presiden to a i election adding perhaps a half dozen governorships to their ranks Nixon and vice president Spiro t. Agnew who together waged a Tough aggressive and unprecedented off year Campaign. Were today like their countrymen in chars of one vote itt i. T the president was to cast Hisato a school House to san co Mente. Calif. Agnew was voting in Baltimore it was a Campaign to which apathy and indecision defied the bitter rhetoric the hours of televised persuasion the Law and order Litany of the Republican the dire economic assessment hammered by democrats and the great enigmas remained As the ballots were marked and folded the voting levers pulled. Among them a How will the nation react to a Republican offensive concentrated on the Issue of Lawless set elections Page is David Woolard. Funeral slated funeral services for David i. Woolard age 66, of Market Street Extension it. I Washington will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home wednesday at 2 . Conducted by the Rev. J. Leonard Gerrald pastor of the second Baptist Church burial will follow in Oakdale cemetery. The following nephews will serve As pallbearers James Thomas Rowe. David Tipp Joe j. Sutton Nathan Woolard Elmo Stilley and Ray Woolard. Or. Woolard died monday morning following an illness of two months. Surviving Are his wife four sons one daughter six grandchildren one brother and one sister. Among Christian churches and a influence ranged far beyond is archdiocese. A Strong opponent of racial injustice he said to a pastoral letter a when a Catholic fails to take a stand against race intolerance he is a slacker to the of the Church he built. Hia Humberto s. Medeiros said in announcing the cardinals passing a the was a truly peat soul varied Circle of friends j reflected to tributes pouring into the archbishop s Resi a Man of Universal priest of selfless dedication a Bishop of towering the Cardi Nal was a Leader in the ecumenical movement seeking cooperation and Unity president Nixon statement at the Western White House at san Clemente calif., saying a shia name will always evoke for a a spirit of acumen see Cushing. Page 1 first United methodist Church of Washington will be Host for the Observance of world Community Day on next Friday november 6, at o clock to the morning. It is an annual custom for Church women United in thousands of communities in every state of avarice to celebrate world Community Day on the first Friday to november. The combined offerings Are a contribution to the International Mission of Church women United or Cru. Part of the offering is used annually to maintain a program of volunteers in adult Basic education Christian causeways and the program and presence of Church women at the Church Center for United nations. Helping educate illiterate women of Kenya helping Supply children there with Good books along with educational materials for other dark Cor see Church Page 8 extremely Light voting is the Story Over Beaufort county this morning and when the polls close this even tog at 6 3 1 of clock it appears now that Beaufort count might be hard pushed to reach the predicted 6,000 Mark. Two years ago in the National a a t a _ a. A a a ejection the county Voten new people. Drawing Moat attention Over the area is the congressional race pitting inc tibent Walter Jones Democrat against challenger Frank Everett Republican. And then there is one county commissioner race Between j. Stancil Lilly Democrat and Orton Peevy Republican. The daily Newa yesterday predicted a vote of 5,000 to Beaufort county and 1,200 to Hyde county. And those estimates seem woefully High it noon today. Pol holders Are asked to Call the Dally Newa tonight collect As soon As the returns Are counted. The number is 866 2145. It is hoped that Many precincts will count the congressional race first and the commas Kmer a race Call then before the seven Brinkley rites Cyan amid company and John Hancock Mutual insurance company have announced Plani for a joint venture to develop a commercial farming operation scheduled Here on 35,000 acres of land near amendments Are counted and Engelhard. N. C. to the of course we would like to have a Call when the count on both candidates and issues is completed the daily news is acting As a deeming House for returns see vote Page 8,1 Sadler rites held today. Agreement Are Cyan amid agricultural corporation a Cyan amid subsidiary and jh1u 118 corp. A subsidiary of John Hancock a real estate subsidiary j. H realty development corporation. Applications have been submitted to the North Carolina department of water and air resources and the u. S. Army corps of engineers for permits to improve and control drainage from the tract of land involved officials of the two firms said the project is still to the development stage and that details will he announced when the plans have been finalized they noted that the project will create a number of permanent jobs and a demand for locally supplied goods and services which will Benefit the local Economy. Funeral services for Hugh a a Brinkley. Age 61, of it. 2, Washington will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home at t2 noon wednesday conducted by or Raymond l. A Alexander pastor of the first Christian Church burial will be in. Maplewood cemetery at Kinston at 2 . A a pallbearers will be Joe Tunstall Russell Cowan Jimmy Oakley Lewis Adams George Gardner and Bertie a is Arrufat r Amara in i _. O 1x a pallbearers will be All other druggists and doctors to the Community or. Brinkley a druggist with Taylor drug company died in the Beaufort county Hospital monday following a critical illness of two Days. Surviving Are his wife the. W daughters eight grandchildren. One brother and four Sisters. A a a
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