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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - November 7, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather Elt a through sunday except f partly Cloudy to the Moi film sunday mild with highs in the upper a hand pm tvs sunday tonight in lower 40 Washington Davit news if you do not get your it Titi Between so and ? or o clock and on will be Deus need to you _ 1909_ ten pages Washington North Carolina saturday afternoon november 7, 1970 daily except sunday South Vietnam East Europe red sources 1 indicate Hanoi is edging toward negotiations but . Officials doubt this North Vietnam a Manning Hanoi Haiphong Luang Rabang North Vietnam has used new 65,000-70,000 North Viets in Southern Laos task secure he Chi Munh Trail up supplies and troops Vientiane Down to Chi m1nh Trail Ubon Thailand now in War operationally with Small 852-directing Force at Batta bang Danang Bangkok Batta bang phenom Hanoi restore Cambodia positions opposite Saigon from which four red divisions wire driven in Spring Saigon would ignore terms by the associated press def two minister Moshe Dayan says Israel no longer is committed in Jtennis of a r s Spon mended that Israel. Egypt and Jorda n return to indirect peace negotiations at the United nations. Which Israel has refused sorted cease fire and military standstill near the Suez canal and that if egyptian troops Cross the canal Quot they will have to meet Israel s Iron _ the cease fire expired thurs Day Midnight but a Resolution passed wednesday in the United nations urged that it be extended and the guns remained silent today Dayan told a group of engineers in Tel Aviv on Friday the Extension was prompted by the u n Resolution and contained no commitment to the United states implying that Washington had tied Israel s hands with the original three month standstill Quot a the Resolution also recon in to until Quot Egypt pulls tick missiles allegedly moved Doner to the canal in violation of the original cease fire agreement Egypt responded that the missiles were in the standstill zone before the agreement and re fused to pull them Back Egypt said the current Exten Sion is the last under any circumstances. And Premier Wasfi Tell of Jordan reportedly told a Beirut Magazine he believes another Arab israeli War is inevitable in Amman a guerrilla spokesman reported that the last regular Fhle Tinian commando forces had left the Jor Daman capital in accordance with an agreement that ended the 11-Day civil War in septem ber crowds in Cairo screamed and Wei at ceremonies Mark tag the end of 40 Days of mourn tag for president Gamal Abdel Nasser Gen Mahmoud Paw i the egyptian army chief and other senior officers placed wreaths on Nasser s Tomb beside a suburban mosque named loft a a in Tel Aviv police reported they have questioned approximately 1,000 arabs about two dynamite bomb explosions Friday in Tel Avivm scentral bus station which killed one israeli and wounded 34, five seriously. A palestinian guerrilla Broad cast from Baghdad. Iraq claimed that Arab commandos set off the blasts Quot As part of a guerrilla drive to sabotage the newly extended cease fire Quot a. Pollution russian on guard enforcer to testify by Stan Benjamin associated press writer Washington a William d. Ruckelshaus. Nominated to be the nation s no. 1 ant pollution enforcer appears headed for a relatively Friendly recept or in a Senate confirmation Bam my probably later this month. One reason is that Ruckelshaus already has been approved once by the Senate for his present Post As an assistant attorney general. Another is that conservation leaders who had never heard of him until now seemed to like what they were finding out Friday. The conservation Community had been anticipating appointment of an administrator for the new environmental Protection Agency As a test of the Mixon administration s sincerity in its War on pollution. As last tuesdays election came and passed some feared the Job might become Only a Consolation prize for a Defeated Republican candidate. Ruckelshaus 38, far removed from both the election and from conservation in his present unglamorous Job turns out to have shot in Berlin As a result of recently expressed concern Over children walking along ninth Street to school at p. S Jones the City round will Einsider alternatives monday night in an Effort to get the students off the Street and Sway from the traffic Hazard the alternatives before the Council Are ill to receive a request from property owners to construct a permanent sidewalk on the Street and then approve the action its make the Street one Way and develop a sidewalk or 3 construct a temporary dirt sidewalk off ii Street on the North Side the City manager. De Wyatt favors the third alternative As the most practical Quot this problem by no Means can be solved easily because of a number of related Wyatt explained Wyatt mid the streets limited size 30 feet wide did not lend itself to sidewalk aah nay if the sidewalk is constructed adjacent to the Street. Quot size would also inhibit Safe traffic As the Street is the absolute minimum Width for a two Way Street Quot he said Quot we also do not feel that the Street should be one Way because studies show this would a see City Page 101 2 injured i warehouse i ios loved Berlin apr a russian Soldier guarding a soviet Monument in West Berlin was wounded Early today by shots fired at Nim and a Comrade a British spokesman said. The spokesman said two or three shots were fired about 1 15 . The Soldier wounded in the and left Side was taken by a British military ambulance to East Berlin the spokesman said. The incident occurred a few . Bishop passes Toda Pantego Ernest h. Bishopsr. Died Early today in the Beaufort county Hospital in Washington. He was a years old. Funeral plans Are incomplete. The body was taken to the Paul funeral Home in Belhaven. A retired Farmer or. Bishop spent Alt of his life i the pan Tego area. He was the son of the late Isaac r. And Louisa Jones Bishop of Beaufort county. He was a member of the Christian a see pollution. Page 10 it see Bishop. Page 10 hours before red army units were to Parade before the me Morial in Honor of the 53rd annl pc Rosary of the bolshevik revolution. The official. East German news Agency in a Brief dispatch that called the incident Quot an unheard of provocation a mid offi vials did not know who fired the shots officials in the soviet embassy in East Berlin lodged a Quot decisive protest with the British military administration in West Berlin and demanded the Neces sary measures Fen the immediate discovery and serious punishment of the criminals a the Agency said. The memorial to russian soldiers in world War ii is in the British sector just inside West Berlin mar the Brandenburg Gate. Its guard contingent is 18 men who have a. Barracks just be Nind the Monument. Two sol Biers stand guard 24 hours a Day. British soldiers at the scene said the Soldier had a stomach wound which probably was not mortal. Quot it is a pretty far shot from across the Way to the memorial Quot one said. Quot the tanks there Are lighted at night but there Are no tights on the front itself. Used new dry season for stepping u qui Nhon 3 a . Command sees no possible to of reds launching any major offensive expects guerrilla Type warfare Walter Woolard Dies Friday Walter e Woolard age 78. Resident of it. 2, Washington River Road died suddenly Friday night at 8 30 of clock following a heart attack. He had been in failing health for the past six months a retired Carpenter he was born sept 23. 1894, son of the late James Henry and Laura Roberson Woolard he was a member of the Beaver dad Church of Christ. He was married to the former Lillie Cox of Beaufort county surviving besides his wife arc two sons Lonnie e. Woolard of Chocowinity and Leon Woolard of it. 2, Washington three daughters. Mrs. John Duke. Mrs. Oliver Alligood and mrs Hilton Woolard All of this City 26 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren one brother Charlie Woolard of this City three Sisters mrs. Woodie Miller of this City and mrs. W. H. Jarvis of Chesapeake a. And mrs Estelle Harris of Baltimore my. Funeral services will be held a see Woolard Page 10 Laughinghouse funeral set funeral services for Elmer Earl Laughinghouse age 47, of it. 3 Washington will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home sunday afternoon at 3 30 of clock conducted by the Rev. Travis Smith. Burial will follow in the Mcroy cemetery it l. Vanceboro. The men of the Shelmerdine missionary Baptist Church will serve As pallbearers. Or. Laughinghouse a mat Teras Salesman died wed Home Omingo school spirits were High yesterday for Washington s Homecoming Parade and football game sponsors Beth Litch Icid and Betty Stewart Greet spectators on main st. And later helped cheer their team to k final game 72-0 Triumph Over the mariners of eat Carteret. A staff photo Liy litre fiend state will take county to court Raleigh a counties which Quot deliberately and wilfully Quot refuse to pay their share of welfare programs will be taken to court the state Board of social services decided Friday the Board also said it would take court action against nine counties which failed to pay their share of the work incentive program the medicaid program and Aid for families with dependent children program the counties arc Beaufort. Craven Forsyth Gaston Guil Torr Jonesr Robeson Mitchell and Wayne. Board chairman John Jordan said the counties refusing to make payments Are Quot literally faulting the authority of the state and the . Governments. They Are telling us to go to hell and laughing at us. Quot up to now the Board has Dealph with the problem of non participation in welfare pro Grams by either temporary Loans or by persuading counties to release funds for their welfare programs. This policy of persuasion Jor . Boycotting russian parties by Lewis al i it k associated Prest writer Washington it a it Piti testing russian detention of two i s generals Washington officials Are boycotting this year s soviet National anniversary celebrations reportedly on or Ders of president Nixon the diplomatic snub Means american ambassadors Are staying away from the caviar and Vodka parties Given by the soviets in Many capitals though they May Send lower ranking . Diplomats if they choose coupled with tit Dor Tat expulsion of a soviet newsman Friday the snub Marks a further deterioration of relations Between the two superpowers in Washington the highest . Representative allowed to attend the annual soviet by gala Friday night was Adolph dubs state department soviet affairs officer. But the official Boycott did t hinder three former u Sam Bassadore to Mccow. Among 800 guests at a recep members Secretary of i ram Portal Ion John vote anti Secre tary of Interior Walter j pick al. A a after the state department earlier Friday had indicated it would restrict its representation at the soviet party to a Deputy assistant Secretary Nixon reportedly favored going a notch lower stale department press officer John f. King then announced dubs who hold the rank of country director m the department would be the Niffin King said Quot to View of the unwarranted detention of the Crew Passen Gers of a Light . Aircraft by soviet authorities including three officers of the american armed forces j it has been deemed inappropriate this year for senior american officials to accept the hospitality of the soviet government on the occasion of the november i Ian fails in it it it my p us unit Ltd Ferit writer Henderson. No api gov Bob Scott to Nav ordered units of the National guard into Hendrew wether a Yghi of new Cial tension marked by sporadic gunfire and two ires which de strayed a tobacco warehouse and a Home two while persons were in ured in ert Dav a Lehr Inci dents a spokesman for the governor mid the troops would be moved into the City this afternoon after state and City officials defer mined the number of unite needed Oty officials also extended the curb a through tonight the fires broke out and shoot tag began Friday night after police used tear Gas to disperse a group of negroes protesting school desegregation policies. Police did not return the gunfire and no one was injured by it one Man was pulled from his vehicle by Young Blacks and Heaten the other person injured was a Spectator at one of Quot the fires was hit to the head by a Rock neither was to i Tail ted officials declared a state of Etner gency in Henderson and surrounding Vanee county in northeastern North Carolina they imposed a curfew through out the night w Ith the help of a i state High Way patrolmen officials mid they would de cide this afternoon whether to continue the 7 Jim to 6 a Tew 7 of least persons while and i treated mostly on curfew violation charges a minister the Rev a h Mitch Ell was arrested and charged with inciting to riot he was released in $15. Pm Bond the fires and the shootings were confined to an ail negro residential area about three blocks by seven blocks at the Northwest Side of Henderson a City of about 15,000 population evenly divided Between Blacks a a Quot and Rhhea. There were two periods of gunfire one of abut 20 minutes and the other a Little Lisa ended about to p m and the Siu nation was Calm the rest of the night sheriff Linwood b Falk Ner said none of the officers was Able to see exactly where the shooting was coming from. Electric Power was Cut Jiff in a see Henderson p Tofe 10� Tiona gig in by soviet am Bass a Dor Anatoliy Dobrynin were w Dan said Quot has just about Pink Aye Grey Jujj Imnel former top Oul the deliberate ignoring of the counties obligations is becoming More flagrant All the the three welfare programs Are financed jointly by Federal state and local governments. See funeral Page 10/ see welfare. Page 101 Celebration . Negotiator at the Paris peace talks and soviet experts Foy Kohler and Llewellyn Thompson the three formerly represented the United states in Moscow. Last year the Nixon adminis Tratia a was represented at the by Kwa Cabinet citizen Soldier Ideal in trouble Saigon general says . Can leave Section in �?T71 the War situation in Southeast Asia stands about like this putting together guesstimates from the White House Pentagon and South Vietnam and Cambodia. By George esp he a associated press writer Saigon a a South vietnamese general mid today he believes All . Combat troops can be withdrawn from the Southern half of the country sometime next year. It. Gen. Do Cao tri Alio said his forces May push 50 Miles into Cambodia to the provincial capital of Katie on the Eastern Bank of the Mekong River to maintain pressure on North vietnamese forces., keep them out. Of South Vietnam and insure the completion of the let Ramiza Tion program in his Region. As tri space seven South vietnamese task Force totalling nearly 20,000 troops and three battalions of cambodian infantry numbering More than 1,000 men swept through Large sections of Cambodia. Battlefield communiques from Saigon and phenom penh reported no significant contacts however. V the drive the biggest since the Allied incursions of last May and june had three objectives a to repair a serious breach in phenom penh s outer defences and ease North vietnamese and Viet Cong pressure on the cambodian capital. A to keep pressure on and Block three North vietnamese divisions targeted against the Southern half of South Vietnam troops of the divisions Are poised along highways 1, 7 and 13 that Lead into the military Region commanded by tri. The Region includes Saigon and 11 surrounding provinces and shares 231 Miles of Border with Camax it Dia the South vietnamese task forces Are operating in a wide arc ranging from 40 Miles West of Saigon to 85 Miles to the North. A to destroy North vietnamese sanctuaries along the Border rebuilt since the Allied drives of last summer both tri and other Allied Field commanders mid there has been stepped up enemy activity along the cambodian Frontier. Tri told a luncheon meeting of the association of foreign correspondents in Vietnam Quot the enemy is in great trouble in Cambodia by cause its troops Are spread thin and Quot never succeeded in buil no up the local inf Ras Truc Ture Organiza Tion with the majority of cambodian people to support their military american sources said there Are now about 75,000 . Troops in trips military Region with As Many support troops As combat forces. Two of the three Bri Gades and the Headquarters of the 25th infantry division will be red toyed to Hawaii by Christmas. By Mike Shanahan a Wmk rated press writer Washington apr will the tradition of a citizen Soldier Reserve survive the Vietnam War and the end of the military draft. A wifi onal. Guard officials.-not-. My less tto an hoped for numbers of Vietnam veterans signing on for Tours in guard units Are having their doubts. They re caught in a squeeze wind ipg a a own the War reduces the number or Young men enter ing guard units to avoid full it time military duty under the draft. On top of that. Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird has set july 1, 1973, As the target Date for cutting out draft Calls altogether the Zero draft will have a major Impact a according to maj. Gen. Francis s. Greenlief. Deputy commander of. The1�urtwkcd.�. A. Officials thought they sighted a manpower Pool in the thousands of veterans returning from Indochina and other areas. Under a new Quot try one program the usual three year enlistment is waived in favor of a trial one year period which allows the Veteran to decide if he wants to continue guard units were provided with updated addresses and other information on veterans placed in control groups a Das Sif cation requiring two weeks Active duty in the summer a goal of 3.000 new Veteran sign a month was posted but in the first six months of the drive the guard could attract Only boo1 veterans a month about o per cent of the target reporting to the National governors conference the fief Soldier Page 10> Road projects it Raleigh a Beaufort county has been allocated More than $68.000 for two secondary Road construction projects it was announced today. Approval of the projects was voted at the regular december meeting. Of the state Highway commission bee�.--�?, the projects and the Money allotted for each were i is Miles stabilize and surface from no 92 to dead end. 0.62 Miles from or 1338 to dead end. 0.88 from or 1001 to Pitt county line. 146.000 and 1.00 Miles right of Way acquisition Grade Drain and stabilize from no 33 to East. $20.000.ifegyptmoves governor orders guard Israel Jonder study in Henderson troubles
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