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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - November 17, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather % fair and not a a com tonight with Tow ground 40 partly Cloudy wednesday Hight we4-�mdty in 60 daily news if you do not got your paper dial i4ai5 Hrth my is and f of o clock and on will w you established 1909 eight pages Washington North Carolina tuesday afternoon november 17. 197y daily except sunday Nixon goes a a wish list user puts 93 module Nixon legislative program agreed upon on Moon Washington a Presl Deni Nixon and Republican congressional leaders agreed today on a a Rock Bottom wish list Quot of legislation they would like the 1970 Congress to act upon before adjournment the Quot wish list phrase was used by Senate gop Leader Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania in discussing with newsmen the 90-minute meeting with Nixon House Republican Leader Gerald Ford of Michigan referred at first to the current a lame Duck congressional session then added a some might characterize it As a ruptured Duck Quot Ford said he hoped Congress might accomplish More before adjournment than would appear Likely at the present. Basic items on the administration s Moat wanted list of legislation were six pending appropriations Bills and such other items As welfare Reform emergency school Aid manpower training social Security increases and Bills affecting highways and housing As Well As occupational safety. Scott who agreed with Ford that Congress was unlikely to adjourn sooner than three or four Days before Christmas said past experience indicated there would be casualties among the Bills the administrate on wants. On monday Scott offered his own list of leftover legislation he said should be handled. Sen. Mike Mansfield of Montana the majority Leader who had asked for a a Rock Bottom list a said Scott so worked out in a conference with White House Liaison officials was a reasonable one. It also was a Long one. The Scott Agenda included More Fri anti manures he said should be handled before adjournment. Quot i suspect there will be some casualties a Scott acknowledged a a in a not Able to publish a casualty list this Early a. / Scott and other Republican leaders were called to the White House today to discuss the reconvened ejection year session with president Nixon. Mansfield said the list Scott produced was one Congress could handle Over the next four or five weeks a of they get together they can do he said a it does t seem unreasonable to me but Scott said and Mansfield Moscow a Luna 17 made a successful Landing on the rims today and discharged a self propelled lunar module which is conducting experiments 65 feet from the Mother ship Tass announced the module called Lun Khod 1, is moving about on an eight wheel Chassis the soviet news Agency said include junk automobiles \ Mercun Kiv in a t-5 \ m agreed that the session might run on until dec. 23 Scott who opposed the idea of a isme Duck session in the first place said this one will he an to a High to gtd 4k�?ter�?� marked by political disputes and attempts to Load Down legislation with the pet projects of people who will not be returning next year. The Republican Leader said enactment of All pending appropriations Bills to absolutely essential. There Are eight awaiting action including the giant defense appropriation and a transportation Bill that would provide $290 million to continue a see lame Duck. Page 8> mrs. Nancy v. Leary passes mrs Nancy Virginia Leary age 94, of Lowland died in a new Bern nursing Home monday afternoon following an illness of three weeks. Mrs. Leary was the daughter of the late James and Mary Gibbs Leary and was married to Benjamin d. Leary who died in 1�. She was a member of the Lowland Christian Church surviving Are two daughters mrs. Carlle Dixon of Lowland and mrs. Harry b. Litchfield of Aurora one son Roland Leary. Or. Of Lowland. Funeral services will be held wednesday at 1 30 of clock from the Lowland Christian Church. Burial will follow in the Leary cemetery. The body will be taken from the Paul funeral Home to the Church one hour prior to the service. Serving As Active pallbearers will be Roland Leary jr., Benny Leary Earl Leary Stanley f. Val is William Cay ton Richard Henries. The family will be at the Home of her son Roland Leary or. The vehicle like the unmanned Luna 17, to controlled from the Earth and All its systems Are functioning normally Tass said the announcement said the a heeled vehicle earned a a French reflector for Toser location on the Itwara another first for the so Viet program of unmanned space exploration the first time a Moon ship after Landing has sent out another module to conflict. Experiments. Luna its Landing on the Moon was first reported by the bochum Observatory in West Germany. It said the spaceship launched last tuesday put Down on the Northern half of the Dinar surface at 0400gmt�?11 . Est monday and began Iran Milting pictures of excellent Quality 83 minutes later. Heinz Kaminski director of the bochum Observatory said Luna 17 appeared to be a greatly improved version of Luna 16, the first unmanned space vehicle to land on the Moon and return to Earth a feat accomplished in september Luna 16 brought Back samples of the Moon s surface and Luna 17 to expected to do likewise Luna Llos Success put the soviet Union Back in lunar Competition with the United states after the . Apollo landings of 1969 had overshadowed previous soviet efforts. Lun Khod 1 left the Mother ship by a gangplank at 0628gmt, Tass said. The module carried scientific Amaratos control instruments television cameras and radio communication devices to carry out a scientific investigations on the surface of the Moon at various distance from the Landing spot a the announcement said. T rash dump in proposal by Stan Benjamin wait d in pm writer Washington i api president Nixon s Legisla live pro Fri new engr gift by Kef a a a Scenic views like this provide rustic Beauty st it photo by Litchfield Money managers toward expansion policies Vurrie Muskie seek ground controllers Man Euver the vehicle with the help of television information on the position of the vehicle and the nature of the lunar terrain Tass said. By Bill Newkirk associated press writer Washington api after keeping the brakes on the Economy for most of the year the nation s top Money managers appear to be inching toward More expansionist policies. One possible signal came monday when the Federal Reserve systems open Market committee disclosed it has voted to promote a some easing of conditions in credit markets and somewhat greater growth in Money Over the months ahead a the committee composed of the seven Federal Reserve Board members and presidents of five of the 12 fed Banks manages the governments portfolio of More than $50 billion in Treasury securities How it decides to buy and sell securities can have a great Impact on the Bond Market the Money Supply and interest rates generally. Its policies can make the difference Between tight Money and easy Money. The open Market committee meets monthly but Waits 90 Days to release its policy dec a tons to the Public the commit teens decisions announced Mon Day were made in mid August the committee said in August that inflation partly As a result of its Tim Money policies ear Lier in the year had abated assignment the committee said most members favored a yearly 5 per cent growth in the Money sup a see Economy. Page 8 Hoover Trade Clark blasts Hyde picture geese at Hyde a famed Lake Mattam skeet state cad photo a a a by Mark Brown associated press writer Washington a Fri director j. Edgar Hoover and former a try. Gen. Ramsey Clark apparently uneasy bedfellows in Law enforcement for two years have publicly divorced themselves with verbal blasts at each other Clark hoovers Boss from 1967 to 1969, fired the first shot the 76-year-old director s Quot self entered concern for his own reputation Quot said Clark in a new Book led to the of big a sacrifice a of a effective crime control a Hoover in. Torn told a Washington Post reporter that Clark was a a jellyfish a the worst attorney general in the 45 years Hoover has headed the elite Federal Law enforcement Agency while a 1964 confrontation Over standards for Fri agents resulted in Hoover a refusal to speak to the late Robert f. Kennedy in the last six. Months of his tenure As attorney general the director told the Washington Post in an interview a if Ever there was a worse attorney general it was Ramsey Clark. You never knew which Way he was going to Flop on an Issue. A the was worse than Bobby a the newspaper s Quot this has been a Petty and costly characteristic caused by the excessive domination of a single person j. Edgar Hoover and his self entered concern for his reputation and that of the Advance publicity on the both stirred Hoover to momentarily lower a Barrier Between himself and newsmen that had existed for three years judging by past Public statements of both men Hoover and Clark were poles apart in their philosophical approach to Law by Cari. P a Pollott. A a Washington a in what could develop Fth the first round of a Senate Teri red presidential contest. Den Ocre is Edmund 8 Muskie and George s Mcgovern Are seek my assignment to the prestigious foreign relations committee another possible contender in the musics1-chairs game is Hubert Humphrey the 196h democratic presidential Nomi Nee who is scheduled to return to the Senate in january after a six year absence. He formerly served on the committee. Muskie appears to have the inside track to a com no tee seat which could strengthen Liis credentials in the foreign policy area for his already percolating presidential bid. The Maine Democrat told re porters monday he Lias written members of the steering com Mittee that assigns democratic senators seeking the spot. He added he is considering an overseas trip possibly including the Middle East and Europe for later this year. Muskie has devoted most of his time in the Senate to Domestic areas such As pollution and Urban legislation Mcgovern while not a foreign relations member has been a Leader of include proposals on land use junk automobiles Mercury and other toxic Mailer and trash dumping in Keans preparation of proposals on these items and other environment problems is now the top priority of the president Quot a Council on environmental Quality says it chairman Russell k Tram but it s a heavy Burden on a Small Agency with relatively Little Money whose 15 professionals Are supposed to ride Herd on the entire environment s Council is also responsible for example for reviewing hundreds of environmental Impact studies submitted by other Federal agencies along with program proposals. Train acknowledged in an interview the Council could not give those studies Quot the kind of very careful detailed review that we would like to fulfil those responsibilities adequately said. Train a wought to be somewhere Between two aft at present the Council has. In addition to its three members Only a dozen professional staff assistants Ami about w other. Workers. In addition the Council s to 5 million budget request for the current fiscal year was slashed. By Oak third in a Nat i Durea Quot tit Ting to blocked when president Nixon vetoed the multifaceted a Ninde tsp a environs Page 8 Honfi hearing a see Muskie rage a a a hearing on to i plications for another banking facility for the be hav n ind Paniego areas Wip be held tomorrow., wednesday november 18, Ai Loo . In Raleigh at the hearing room in the department of motor vehicles building ii Wax announced today at Pinon that East Carolina Bank one of the applicants is running a inn from he Haven and Pantego tomorrow to Raleigh interested persons Are asked to meet in downtown he Haven area at 8 #0 of clock and in Pantego in front of the Woodstock electric cum Pany where a bus will pick up the people. East Carolina bunk of Flety is Hope to have a full bps making the trip meals and transportation to and from Raleigh will be furnished Southern Bank amp Trust company of my. A Uve is the other applicant for a new Hanking facility for the area a quonset. Exchange Page by Jesse Latham a but less Dies tuesday Goose season to open wednesday the Goose and Duck Hunting season opens wednesday nov. 18, one half hour before Sunrise. And. John. Davis a manager of a . Musket National wildlife Refuge in Hyde county reports there Are 25,400 Canadian geese in the county and approximately 63,000 ducks. An Aerial Survey was made yesterday there. The exact Hunting hour for wednesday morning Mattam skeet time is 6 is . Guns Are expected to be Barking a few seconds later. Hunting stops each Day at 4 00 of clock. The limit this year is one Goose per Day and three ducks per Day. The Goose season remains open until january 6, while the Duck season remains open until january 16. Looking Back Over last year on opening Day the Goose population was reported to be 17,000. However the in season average for last year was 21,500. And or. Davis emphasizes that the a in season average is what counts most. Or. Davis also says that a we have gained a few geese Over the last three it was reported that l. B. Speedy Tunnell manager of the n. C. Wildlife resources commission has the Goose blinds on Lake Mattam skeet full for the balance of this week or through saturday. Or. Tunnell was not available for comment. Hyde county people have been much concerned for the past a several years Over the Goose Story and they have been particularly concerned Over the daily bag limit of one Goose. Reports indicate a the situation is however As or. Davis Points out we shall just have to wait to see what the a in season average is this year. Was Kenned tuesday editions quoted Hoover As saying Quot at least Kennedy Stock by his guns even when he was wrong a Clark could not be reached immediately for comment. Hoover termed atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell his current Boss an a honest sincere and very human a a Quot there has never been an attorney general for whom. In be had higher regard a the Post quoted him As saying. In his Book a crime in America a a Clark charged a the Fri has so coveted personal credit that it will sacrifice Ever effective crime control before it will share the glory of its exploits. Jesse b. Latham age 74, passed away this morning in the Beaufort county Hospital after a critical illness of two weeks. He had been in failing health for five years. Funeral services will be held wednesday at 3 00 in the Chapel of the Oden funeral Home with the Rev. Odell Simmons pastor of the Snow Branch Church of god and the Rev. Wayne w. Smith Pas Lor of the first freewill Baptist Church off Ida Ting. Burial will be in Oakdale cemetery. Or. Latham was born in Beaufort county May 21, 1896 son of the late Thomas and Mary Respes Latham. He was a Veteran of world War i serving with the u. S. Army in France a member of Tau tribe no. A 18 i o r m and the first Christian Church. He was married to the former miss Bessie Woolard of this county on july 7, 1920 surviving Are one daughter mrs. Velton v. Bunch Goldsboro a brother Moye t. Latham and a sister mrs. Essie Elliott both of Washington red no. 2 and five grandchildren. Groceries May it Cost More in �?T71 by Don Kendall a farm writer Washington a America s groceries May Cost More by the Middle of next yeat but the Farmer will continue to get less and less for them the government predicts. A a retail costs of Market Imp. Ket foods May average slightly above current Levels through the first half of next year a the agriculture department said in a report monday because of a continuing Rise in wages for grocery store workers and climbing transportation charges nevertheless the Farmers share of the consumer s food Dollar will average 38 cents in the first half of next year Down another cent from third Quarter 1970, the report estimated the share has fallen two cents in the last year. The rest of the food Dollar goes to distributors and processors but even Here the report said middlemen a profits have not risen. manufacturers average a steady 2 4 per cent ratio and profits for the 15 leading retail food chains declined from 1,1 per cent in 1969 to 1.0 per cent in the first half of this Yoor. The Price increase the report went on. Is attributable to labor and transportation which make up More than half the Cost charged by middlemen the average hourly wage for All employees in the processing wholesale and retail distribution of food during August this year was $3 01 per hour 6.4 per cent More than a y ear earlier another Fedor is the Cost of transportation which actually declined hiring the Early i960 but has been going up the past three years and is expected to keep rising. _
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