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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - November 5, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather a a re in and cold tonight with a risk a i fro Inland 1 a mostly in the 30a. Friday Runny and warmer with High a sat 90 daily news if you do not get your paper ,.dial my thu Between a .10 and 1 do o clock and my will few 1i v std Fth jul 1 establish cd 1909 two Vlf pages Washington North Carolina thursday of Don 3vembfr s daily except sunday to Progress cease fire to continue robbery suspect kills self Walstonburg apr a Man believed to have robbed a Bank wednesday was found shortly afterwards with a fatal Bullet wound in his Chest police said it was an apparent suicide. It he was identified As Elmer e. Laugh Ghouse 47, of washing ton . He was followed to an area near Watato Burg by a state Highway patrolmen the trooper said he fell from the car with a revolver in his hand and a a Bullet wound in his cheat. But the Money taken in the robbery of a Wachovia Bank Branch was not recovered. Greene county sheriff p l. Barrow said he believes the robber had an accomplice who re a Mains at Large with the loot the % amount of which was not immediately determined. The patrolman Learned Laughinghouse a description after an Alert went out based on the report of a citizen who followed the armed robber As see robbery. Page to it u local Man Dies wednesday Elmer Earl Laughin Gheude age 47, resident of route 3, City died As a result of a Seu in flip ted gunshot wound to the Chest near Walstonburg shortly after noon wednesday. Laughinghouse was born in Craven county nov. 21, 1922, u son of the late Herbert and Ethel Mcroy Laughinghouse. He was a member of the Shelmerdine missionary Baptist Church and was a Veteran of world War ii . Army. He was employed As a Salesman with the Cayton manufacturing co. Of this City. He was married to Alice Beddard of this county on april 2,1945. Surviving other than his wife one son Preston Earl Laughinghouse of the Philippines two daughters Alice Kay and Gloria Jean laughing House one grand child four Sisters mrs. Robert Phillips of Middletown del., mrs. Beatrice Gladson and mrs. Minnie Boyd both of Vanceboro and mrs Sabrah Kirk Man of this City. A it funeral arrangements Are incomplete and will be announced by Paul funeral Home. Funeral change funeral services for Leamon Henderson Ingalls 62, of 222 West second Street will be held at Paul funeral Home this afternoon at 3 of clock instead of 2 <4 of clock As previously announced. Burial will follow in Pamlico memorial gardens. Or. Ingalls died in the Beaufort county Hospital tuesday afternoon following a critical illness of one Day. By the associated press the Suez canal cease fire will continue after its expiration time tonight but there is no Prospect for a resumption of general Assembly Resolution urging Israel and the Araba to Start negotiating again the sem official egyptian newspaper a ashram said pres ident Anwar Sadat had ordered egyptian forces to continue the truce for a a further Short period Quot but not for another 90 Day unless Progress is achieved in the current peace efforts at the United nations. Sadat coupled this with an order for a full Alert on the canal front Quot regardless of any political a1 ashram said Egypt will continue to observe the cease fire Quot until the completion of current discussion at the United nations and accompanying International this was seen As a reference to Egypt s Campaign in the . General Assembly to Force the israelis to return to the indirect negotiations for which . Envoy Gunnar v. Jarring is the go Between. Israel had said earlier that it would continue to observe the cease fire until fired on even of there was no formal agreement to extend it. But the israelis remained firm in their refusal to return to the negotiations until Egypt pulls Back antiaircraft missiles which Israel charges were shifted Forward in the Suez area after the standstill agreement went into effect aug. 7. Egypt has been just As Adamant in its insistence that its redeployment of missiles along the canal has not violated the cease fire and that none of the rockets would be pulled Back. The jordanian government also was considered certain to extend the cease fire though there has been no formal announcement from Amman. Since the 1967 War the jordanian army has left offensive action against Israel to the egyptians and the palestinian guerrillas and now it is so occupied trying to keep the guerrillas from overthrowing King Hussein that it probably could not take effective action against Israel if it wanted to. The first 90-Day cease fire period ends at Midnight in Israel and egypt�?5 . Est Homecoming Washington High school will observe its annual Homecoming Friday with a Parade downtown at 4 . And a football game at 8 . The Parade which will include 24 units will March Down main Street through the business District and conclude at havens gardens. Another feature of the occasion will be a burning of the coffin a symbolic gesture of Victory. A pre game program at Kugler Field at 7 30 . Will be marked by announcement of the Homecoming sponsors. The football game will feature a contest Between the pack and the East Carteret mariners. Gop defies tradition but muscle reinforced demos could offer own economic plan by Edmond Lethe Tony i Todish press writer Washington a rein forced House democrats May present their own economic pro Gram if the Nixon administration does not change its policies it Tom log to my. Ctr Alteen the chamber s prospective new speaker Albert took Issue in an interview with two interpretations of tuesdays election that the smaller than average demo Cost la House gains for off year elections were not significant and that voter concern with m Flatiron and unemployment did not play a major role Quot we Are going into the new Congress with the biggest democratic majority since the Johnson landslide of 1964.&Quot Albert democrats picked up at least nine House seats for a total of 254 this contrasts with 243 at the beginning of the last con Gress and 249 at the Start of the one four years ago to is Okiw Everrett Short of the 295 seats democrats won to 1964 when Lyndon b Johnson overwhelmed sen Bam Gold water in the presidential exec Tion Quot i would Hope this would encourage the administration to take the state of the Economy More seriously a Albert said. Quot they Haven t done so up to now Albert said the democrats in the House already have taken some legislative Steps Over administration opposition the have passed standby credit wage and Price controls which have not been used Quot we could do More a Albert said "1 would Hope that we could work together with the administration but if not we will i Indiana Symbol of split Vole by waiter it me a a political writer Washington apr re publican have defied off year election tradition but demo have to go ahead on our own Albert said his party will Benefit not Only its gains to the House but by a heightened sense of Unity resulting from the deep involvement by Nixon and vice president Spiro t Agnew in the Campaign Quot a lot of people Are resentful because it was a sort of a smear Campaign Quot Albert said Quot to was absurd to try to put democrats in the position of tolerating Ston my of the president we Are just Jfe uric. Paga it ? sinking fishing boat rescued can we Bury ourselves a affluence . Approaches garbage crisis by Bill Stockton a science writer Houston Tex. It apr perched on a Hill overlooking Houston a Southside a $5-Mil-lion garbage incinerator sits Idle fires dead a Symbol of americans lagging Battle to remove her trash. Hailed at its opening in 1967 As a cure for Houston a solid waste crisis the incinerator was to consume 800 tons of refuse daily a Large part of the City a garbage but just five months after opening it shut Down for re pairs to air pollution control equipment. The incinerator has operated intermittently since closing again last june for 1250,000 in repaint that wont be completed until next year. The incinerator troubles recent shutdown of a privately owned garbage processing Facil itys and demonstrations last summer by residents who did no to want sanitary landfills operated near their Homes have Given Houston a City fathers a massive garbage headache j but the City a solid waste problems Aren t unique. In fact they Are typical of problems plaguing hundreds of municipalities Large and Small around the country. Houston s problems reflect a growing garbage crisis facing America a crisis that has its roots in the lifestyle of an affluent society that seemingly knows no Bounds to technological growth and consequently rubbish. Ecologists warn that growing Mounds of refuse have the potential for greater harm to the environment than air and water i see trash Page 5 . Reconnaissance jets detect massive enemy materials in South boy held on charge of burglary a 15-year old boy is being held without Bond in Beaufort county jail on a charge of first degree burglary. On last tuesday morning about 3 30 of clock someone entered the Home of miss Frances Radcliff of Terra Ceia the burglar allegedly took a gun in the Home outside the House in. The Yard a scuffle ensued Between the assailant and miss Yvonne Coke a teacher at Terra Ceia school who lives in the Radcliff Home the intruder got away. Sheriff Jack Harris of Washington and Deputy sheriff Sherwood Sawyer of Belhaven answered the Call later the 15-year-old boy was arrested and he has admitted his guilt a on dog in the it officer sheriff Harris would not reveal the name of the boy because of his age. A prelim nary hearing is scheduled in District court Friday morning. The Radcliff Home is about five Miles Northwest of Pantego. Last night at Pamlico Beach around 7 00 of clock an unknown person came to the Home of mrs. Belle Mcfarland of Pamlico Beach and allegedly told her that he worked for a Usa. He demanded the sum of $400 which he said was due the Rea. Mrs. Mcfarland told him she did not have that sum at Home. He then asked for a Pencil and mrs Mcfarland went to the Back of the House to get one. Instead she took a gun and the Manean away. Sheriff Harris today again cautioned residents about fake inspectors who come to Rural Homes allegedly to inspect electrical wiring plumbing or fixtures this Racket has again come into being in the county see burglary. Page 12 flooding i Belhaven a a local fishing boat with three men aboard was pulled in Here late wednesday after nearly sinking in rough seas near great Island sound a coast guard boat out of of Crook came to the Rescue of the Quot Nall Quot. A 55-foot fishing vessel owned and operated by capt Charles equity of Belhaven the to Nell Quot ran into trouble in rough seas six Miles so a of great Island As 35 knot winds blew along the coast. A radio called for help brought two aircraft from the coast guard station in Elizabeth City one a helicopter which dropped two pumps which helped keep the boat afloat seas were reported five to six feet High at the time capt equity called for help the Boa was taking water and the Captain said she would not stay afloat More than a hour a coast guard Hercules plane spotted the distressed Craft about 2 28 and directed the helicopter to the scene the pumps were transferred to the boat at 2 45 pm. Two men were aboard the boat with capt Equils. One was Charles Foreman of Belhaven the name of the other a negro from Engelhard was not immediately available. Visitation set visitation for Willie Joe Rast age 44. Who was killed in an automobile Accident Here wednesday will be held from 9 to 9 thursday at the Paul funeral Home. The body will be removed Friday to the memorial funeral Home in Columbus. Miss. The. Date and hour of the funeral service will be announced later a opinion split of wafer Allen i Vert Allen Janies named ask director Edward Alten James has been named county agricultural stabilization and conservation executive director., it was announced today by a f Canady jr., chairman of the Beaufort county ass committee tamps Ray Flemming who has accepted a position of tobacco specialist with the United states department of agriculture in Washington d. C. Flemming vacated the office Here in Early october. James a native of Pender Bounty and a graduate of North Carolina state University in Raleigh joined the Beaufort county Juc staff on june 1, 1969. Prior to coming. To Washington lid was with the to Taie Sec training program in Raleigh crafts gained statehouse political muscle and the near deadlock of a bitter Senate Battle in Indiana Symbol ill today the split decision return duty americans \ t it ters democrats railed the verdict a defeat for the administration president Nixon declared hts hand has been Quot enormously strengthened on defense and foreign policy by changes in the Senate republicans managed a midterm gain in the Senate picking to pwt Stitt with the Indus outcome still in doubt. With democrats and republicans Aach Likely to have the support of one third party or Independent election Victor the Senate lineup stood at 54 democrats 45 republicans it was the fifth time in this Century the party of a president ties won Senate seats in an off year election. Democrats posted an eight seas House Gam smaller than history s pattern with one face still m doubt the lineup there 25 Demik tuls. 110 republicans most of the gain were in the Midwest it was the ninth straight election in Whir i democrats had captured control of both Senate and House democrats took Over 13 re publican governorships among the m three of the to most populous states in the Nati Oft Penn Syliama. Ohio and Florida they lost two Tennessee and Connecticut to republicans three states remained in doubt Maine and Rhode Island where democratic incumbents held narrow leads and Michi Gan when the Republican governor was ahead in the Indiana Senate race a focus of Republican Law and or Der campaigning democratic sen Vance Hartke held a slender and inconclusive Lead Over rep Richard l Roudebush a conservative who once was National commander of the veterans of foreign wars. A recount was Likely Absentee ballots were put under guard voting machines were locked ballot boxes impounded Hartkens unofficial margin was 3.690 votes but the Indiana outcome May be in doubt for weeks. In Tennessee rep William e Brock Iii ousted democratic sen Albert Gore a key administration target in Connecticut rep Lowell p. Weicker or. Won a three Way contest for the gop in Maryland. Rep j. Glenn Beall or. Upset democratic sen Joseph d tidings in Ohio rep Robert Taft or took Over a democratic Senate seat. Agnews Cutuil remains questionable after vote by George Esper associated press writer say gun 1ap a a s recon time for air War a Seamans said. Quot As a result of the cambo air operations and turn Over More of the War to the South Naissance jets have detected an extensive buildup of War materials in the Southern provinces of North Vietnam awaiting shipment to Cambodia and South Vietnam air Force Secretary Robert c. Seamans said today. Concluding a three Day inspection visit to Vietnam Seamans said american bombers have stepped up raids along 200 Miles of the to Chi Minh Trail through Southeastern Laos. However he said that to the Best of his knowledge . Planes were not attacking the staging areas in North Vietnam. The United states halted All offensive bombing of North Vietnam nov. A 1966, but has continued reconnaissance flights Over the North. A this is a very very crucial Daan invasion a Large a Ghec vietnamese air Force Quot is solidly of supplies were wiped of Quot for that reason the North vietnamese to continue to operate in South Vietnam As Well As Cambodia must get in a major increase in ammunition and other supplies. They done to have this year the alternative of using the ports in Cambodia. Quot so far we Haven to seen enough to really know what is going to happen. The North vietnamese have been severely hampered up to now by very heavy Rains so we re just at the of ginning of a critical period. I think its too soon to try to make a projection As to what is going to happen Over the next six despite the new enemy buildup the Secretary said the program to phase Down american based and progressing if anything ahead of since last january the . Air Force in Vietnam has been reduced to about 175 fighter bombers operating from four bases in South Vietnam More than 200 fighter bombers and reconnaissance jets have been transferred out of the country. The air War also has been car ried on by another 300 fighter bombers based in Thailand and aboard Navy carriers operating off the coast along with 45 b52s based in Thailand this fighter bomber Fleet also is being reduced one Carrier pulled out this week but there has been no word of any reduction in b52 operations. The Secretary indicated that despite the steady withdrawal of . Forces some american air forces will have to remain in in Seamans explained that Saigon a air Force would not be equipped with fighters capable of Matching North Vietnam a mig21s until 1973 at least meanwhile the . Com Mand announced that 24 americans were killed in action in Vietnam last week the lowest weekly toll in More than five years and another 23 uj5. Servicemen died from accidents or illness it was the lowest weekly toll since oct. 17-23, 1966, when if troops died in action Bui the command also reported 431 americans were wounded in action last week an increase of 152 Over the previous week. South vietnamese Headquarters reported 309 of Saigon s see War Page 5 Manteo n. C. Apr so what of the outer Bank of nor of Nguu inter to hat Leras a stretch of about 50 Miles were flooded today because of Strong northerly winds pushing sea water Inland. Two Mainland Points. Mann s Harbor and stumpy Point also were getting flood Waters. The water in some cases was As much As 18 inches deep. State Highway commission and u. S. Navy tracks were helping stranded motorists. Some of the flooded areas along the outer Banks included n. C. 12 Between nags head and Ocracoke pea Island wildlife Refuge Between Avon and Buxton and just North of Avon. An a news analysis by Frank Cormier associated press writer Washington Usu the political future of vice president Spiro t. Agnew remains a question Mark following what president Taxon tier described As a Republican Victory in Senate and House contests. Some members of Nixon s inner Circle remain divided on whether Agnew should be nominated for second place on the ticket in an expected Nixon bid for re election in 1972. Some of Agnew s critics within the administration say they will be watching How the vice president conducts himself in the months immediately ahead. A to a a the subject of agnews future was much discussed in the closing Days of the 1970 Campaign following publication of a report he might be supplanted two years hence by rep. George Bush of Texas provided Bush won his Senate race against Democrat Lloyd Bentsen. Bush a loss to Bentsen has not ended speculation about a. News prospects while it is True talk of Quot dumping Quot the vice president has been common to almost All recent administrations at least some Nixon As Seei ates oort ume to have that question very much or Manti following tuesday s balloting Nixon limited his Victory claim to Senate and House races a in which i have been talking briefly to newsmen wednesday at the California White House before flying Back to Washington the chief executive made no mention of agnews More strenuous a and controversial Campaign ing Herbert Klein thednnnis4r Tiona a communications director spoke to reporters tuesday night about Quot a lot of criticism in terms of the vice president s role in the however Klein added that Nixon looks upon Agnew As the gop campaigner who was out front where the heat was hottest and Felt the vice president had been very effective on the stump. In his Post election statement Nixon claimed republicans had gained Quot a working majority in both the House and the Senate for National defense and also for foreign policy he referred to the ideological attachments of members of the Congress that will meet in january rather than party labels democrats of course will continue to control both houses he predicted the election results Quot As far a the Senate is concerned will not go unnoticed the chief executive noted both democrats and republicans Are making Victory claims As is usually the Case in an off year election. A he even bolstered the legitimacy of such a claim by democratic National chairman Lawrence f. Of Brien saying of Brien Quot with justification Points to the fact that in state races his party picked up sever see Nocon Page 12
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