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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaSpecial Christmas edition weather ought Pait it a in Ofui d Shower loud and no n so Friday Tilv Inland ions highs Friday in ote Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial my fits Between 1 so and 7 00 o clock and one will be delivered to you established 19u9 sixteen Page Washington North Carolina Quot a. Thursday al Ftp my 19, 19 daily except sunday Mcgovern leads farm senators seek to do Battle fax by Quot a Trade Bill narrowly to work for j tax repeal survives House fight by Lawrence l Knutson Alao rated Presa writer Washington api a Senate opponents of an administration firm trill Are a new farm programs at All if de fenders of the administration backed Mil continue on what they term an Quot intransigent elections. For a time democratic Leaden refused to allow a messenger from the House to enter the Senate chamber to de liver it. A. Kaleigh api the North Carolina farm Bureau intend to make a Strong Effort to get the 1971 general Assembly to repeal the stoles iwo cent a pack tax on cigarettes this was decided wednesday As the farm Bureau de egg neutering Fra a new round in a legislative Battle that has ranged from a blocked Senate door to the White House to farm Belt ballot boxes the opponents claim the and a rvs Mit ration s. Bill would. Cost the nation s Farmers More than a billion dollars in income by 1973 led by sen. George a a Mcgovern a Democrat from wheat raising South Dakota the group of 30 or More senators moved to pressure for House approval of a Mil More Akin to one first passed by the Senate. The senators Point to signs of Farmer anger displayed at voting places in the nov. 3 election. They raise the Specter of no the Mcgovern Force hoped to convince the Senate to turn Down the report of a House sen ate conference committee which wrote a Compromise Bill earlier this year after one of the Sto Miest sessions in memory this would Send the Mil Hack to conference and instruct conferees to stick to main provi Sions of the Senate passed Bill. Mcgovern has ready an alter native Bill repeating All the non controversial sections of the new measure and continuing for a year provisions of present Law tied to disputed items in the new Bill. The Senate declined to act on the conference report before the president Nixon in a sternly worded rebuke called the delay a Quot very grave disservice to the american some political observers View election respite in. Some farm areas As a rejection by Many Farmers of the presidents farm program it is intended primarily to put agricultural production on a Market oriented footing leaders of some farm groups especially among Plains state growers of Winter wheat and feed Grain say they see grave dangers of worsening farm income through erosion of the parity concept and farm Price support floors. Kay to assume directors Post or. E. Daniel Kay will be officially named director of the tideland mental health Center Here tonight in a meeting of the Board of directors. Or. Kay 30 year old psychiatrist who moved Here permanently from Durham in july of last year has been acting director of the Center since Ralph Mccoig previous administrative director left the Institute several months ago. Kay was born in Anderson s. C. And is a graduate of Duke University and Duse medical school. He completed his internship at Watts Hospital in Durham and did his psychiatric work at. The John. Umstead facility in Butner. Married with two Small children the doctor lives in Mac Woods where he enjoys working with Amateur radio / or. E. Daniel Kay continued discussion of plans he is a Golf enthusiast but for moving into a new building avoids any specific reference to Handicap. Kay assumes the directorship at a time of expansion for the Center. Administrative reorganization is underway and will be announced by the Board after official consideration tonight. Four new positions Are expected to be filled along with scheduled to be open for bids sometime in december. The new building will be located just behind the Beaufort county Hospital and will enable the tideland Center to provide services and counselling previously inhibited by Lack of physical facilities and personnel. Holloman Speaks to dem women Quot be it a College or University any institution must earn its re Quot v a thus spoke or. Charles r. Holloman associate director and business manager of the Community College system in n.c., to the Beaufort county democratic women last night. Or. Holloman pointed out that the Only difference Between a technical Institute and a Community College is that the College offers two years of College academic training and the Institute Only one. Quot and both emphasize the technical Side Quot he added. Quot in our Community College system we stress learning methods rather than teaching methods Quot he said. Quot we believe people need to learn both with their brains and their hands Quot he added he praised the Beaufort county technical Institute and. He called for All out support of it. Quot you Are building for a thousand years a he declared. Quot make this Institute what you want it to be Quot he concluded. Or. Holloman was introduced a see demos Page 8� ended a three Day convention they beat Down efforts to so ten the organization a opposition to the tax enacted by the 1989 legislature this came when a Compromise Resolution was offered by la a Ley William son of k nigh Dale in Wake county calling for the farm Bureau to a oppose any increase in the cigarette tax. Quot hoping to repeal this Williamson said Quot is like looking Down the Mouth of a dead Francis Hardy of Lenoir county urged that efforts be made to repeal the tax he said Quot unless we speak up. They legislators will take the one cent tax off Shoft drinks and put it on tobacco. Lets work to get this cigarette tax repealed or put a similar to on everything,.�?T&Quot the convention rejected a proposal endorsing the Sale of flue cured tobacco allotments within the county. Leroy Simmons of Albertson told the delegates he was strongly opposed to the proposal because it would Lead to a statewide or possibly nationwide Selling of such allotments to non growers and even to big corporations also Defeated was a substitute proposal that Sale of allotments be permitted but Only to other tobacco growers within the county. The convention also voted Down a proposal by Henry e Ferrell of Knightdale that the farm Bureau tobacco committee study the feasibility of dropping acreage limitations on flue cured production and present the findings to next years convention. Since ims production controls have been based both pm acreage allotments and poundage marketing quotas the delegates rejected a Resolution that Transfer of tobacco poundage quota be permitted All during the year at present lease and Transfer agreements must be filed with the agricultural stabilization and conservation service by april 1 each year. In other action the convention. A approved a Resolution Falt Sce farm Page 8 critics fearful of staff photo by Litchfield Lancaster Pittman Staton Rowlett if irked mount Olive w a ter District Bank wins committee set to a. \ Belhaven f arming 0 Miracle pointed out the american Farmer who is providing the nation with cheaper food is one of the chief fighters of inflation de Young of Florence s. C. Chairman of the farm credit b Oard of Columbia said Here wednesday. Speaking at the annual meeting of. The Washington production credit association Young said the average american consumer spends 17 per cent of his income for food compared with 25 per cent in great Britain 29 per cent in West Germany and 33 per cent in Russia. A in this country this leaves 83 per cent out of every Dollar to spend for things other than food a Young declared adding a this helps support education the arte household appliances automobiles sports., housing highways air planes electric Power hospitals and All the other luxuries we the speaker said the sad fact is that most housewives feel that the real Tillan is food and not the new car or the new House or the new color to set. He added that this is not so pointing out that Farmer s output per Man hour is increasing three times faster than in non farm industries. Quot output per Man hour in non farm industries climbed 50 per cent since 1 960 a but Farmers., output per Man hour jumped 182 per cent Quot Young declared. The speaker declared that efficiency has been the main thrust of the Farmer for the past see pc Page 8 w. Raleigh it a it the Sou them Bank and Trust co. Of mount Olive which filed its application first has won Over another Bank in the Battle to open a Branch at Belhaven in Beaufort Coth or. The North Carolina banking commission heard arguments Quot a rom the two banking firms wednesday and stuck to its tradition of approving the Bank that filed first. The East Carolina Bank of Engelhard in Hyde county also had filed to establish a Branch in be Lihaven a town of 2,500 now served Only by an office of Wachovia Bank and Trust co. Nearly 50 persons appeared at the bearing on the two applications. The commission approved the application of $1,000 individuals of the Gaston county area to establish an Independent commercial Bank in Gastonia to be known As the Carolina state Bank the application was opposed by citizens National Bank in Gastonia other applications approved were Union Trust co. Of sheiby for authority to establish a Branch in the tri City mall at Forest City. Central Carolina Bank and Trust co. Of Durham to establish a Branch in As he Boro. Security Bank and Trust co. I see Bank. Page 8� keep idea alive staff photo by Litchfield Osborne Young Riel Hardson and Harris Tankard rites funeral services for we. Edgart Aukard will he heft m the Chapel of the Paul funeral. A a a a a Home Friday morning at 11 o clock conducted by the Rev. Robert w. South the Rev. A. C. D Noe and the Rev. William o. Haney burial will be in Oakdale cemetery. Tankard a native and lifelong resident of Bath died in the Beaufort county Hospital Here wednesday morning following an Alness of 10-Days. Surviving Are his wife and Mother one son and one daughter one granddaughter two brother one sister and one aunt a k a proposal for a water District to encompass Washington Park and several suburban communities in the Washington area will a apparently be kept Luve. At the close of a Public meeting to provide information and generate due Isaiou on the proposal held at the Beaufort county courthouse Here last night officials of the town of Washington Park arid the Rosedale development association indicated they would take the responsibility of naming a steering committee to explore the possibilities and ramifications of such a system. The idea for a District was sparked by the town of Washington Park which found out sometime ago that the municipality alone was not Large enough to receive Federal assistance in setting up a water system of its own 7 Washington Park officials contacted the mid East economic development District office Here As they explored their own situation the outgrowth of these contacts was a proposal for a District that might include an area East of Washington Park along River Road to the yacht and country club across to Highway u. S. 264 at Douglas Crossroads and then West through Sherwood Forest Mac Woods and West to Rosedale with the View of serving As a catalyst for such a proposal. Juvette. Mid East in cooperation with Park mayor Joe Rowlett rounded up some knowledgeable officials and set up the courthouse meeting. Some 50 people in the area turned out and heard Jake Wicker of the Institute of government in Chapel Hill Marshall Staton director of the sanitary engineering division of the state Board of health in Raleigh and Robert Pittman Engineer with River and associates in Greenville and 1�� Lancaster Din of cams Roanoke rapid sanitary District discuss the issues involved and some of the avenues for approaching them Seaton outlining the Rote of the Hoard of health in setting up and operating a sanitary District urged that the idea be kept alive. He said the need will grow As. Population density increase. The main question railed by residents at the meeting was the. Possibility of annexation after the District is set up panel member said this is a problem that can be worked out Kivett pointed out that Many quest tor Canetti be answered Pattii until a actions move along to the Point of actual organization. The Roanoke rapids sanitary District manager pointed out the need for Good management which he said is Likely to come with a Large District which would attract qualified people. Although several avenues of organization wars outlined by Wicker the Only one that got much attention was one for establishing a sanitary District such a District would be setup by action of the county com missioners and the state Board of health it would have the Power co lax As Well As operate a water system while the inclusion of sewage was brought up. The main emphasis was on establishing a water system. The state of Watlov p Trade War by Jim Adams Assor sled press writer Washington up a quota setting foreign Trade Bill that backers say would protect threatened u s industries has narrowly survived a House parliamentary Battle with the parliamentary struggle Over the Hill drastically modifying the 35-year-old us. Policy of Freer Trade was set for expected passage today opponents hoping to strike the quotas and other provisions they say would Quot kick off a real Trade War Quot at first wednesday won a rare 20418� rejection of the House leadership stake it or leave it Rule against amending the Bill on the floor i but then ways and Means committee chairman Wilbur Mills. Dark threatened to pull the Bill off the floor if it were opened up for rewriting and the House reversed itself to accept the no amendment Rale 203 to if critic called the import curbing quotas on foreign textiles break w Ith world free Trade and a move to u s economic isolationism a abut rep John w Byrnes a wis said both Japan and the european common Market which have hinted at retaliation of quotas Are imposed against them Quot would have far More to lose in a Trade War because they rely on world Trade to a much Gjalt Sjur degree the i the United slam Mills told the House that a Menean made shirts and printed Fabrica would be driven off the Market within five years by cheaper imports if the textile quotas Are not imposed for eign Tnador shoes also threaten the u s Industry lie said discounting an estimate that la Trautt. 1 age a. Tillman Jarvi it of Hyde pisses Swan Quarter Tillman b Jarvis age 82. Died thursday morning after an illness of several months or Jarvis a lifelong resident of Hyde county was a retired Carpenter. He was a Veteran of world War i surviving Are Fps wife mrs Elsie Jarvis one daughter mrs. Kenneth Spencer of Swan Jarvis and one sister mrs Emma harms of Eden ton graveside funeral services will be held at 2 p m Friday in Soule cemetery conducted by the Rev a r Hun Junjin. Paltry Rorers will be John Small midget the. Charlas Douglas Reid Bennett Emory Edward Cuthrell Roy Carawan. Roger Allen Spencer. The body will remain at the Williamson funeral Home and be taken to the cemetery at the funeral hour. Food Cost up May kindle debate Nixon wants Swift cambodian Aid meat hungry americans to spend More for food by Walter r. If ears a political writer Washington a president Nixon has asked Congress to Supply swiftly $155 million in military and economic Aid to Cambodia a proposal Likely to rekindle Senate debate about his policy in Southeast Asia. The funds for Cambodia and $65 million for South Vietnam were part of a $1-billion boost in foreign Aid that Nixon asked Congress to enact this year. About half the total some $500 million would go to help Israel build her military strength. But even republicans acknowledged it might a be difficult despite Quot urgent needs Quot Nixon cited in his special Aid message to win enactment of the package during the current lame Duck session of Congress sen. Gordon allot of Colorado chairman of the Republican policy committee a Aid he had some doubts that action would come this year. Sen. J. W. Fulbright chairman of the foreign relations committee and a leading critic of Southeast asian policies guess at a timetable. Nixon briefed Senate leaders on a his proposal at the White House wednesday. At a separate background briefing for newsmen a High administration official outlined the administrations rationale saying past Aid to Cambodia already has helped the Vietnam War Effort. The official told newsmen three North vietnamese divisions have been pulled out of South Vietnam and into Cambodia and another was withdrawn from South Vietnam into South Laos sen Mike Mansfield of Montana the democratic Leader said after talking with. Nixon he was willing to consider the presidents proposal provided it would help Speed withdrawal of american troops. Fulbright said the Cambodia proposal looked to him like Only the first instalment of an Aid program Quot it is essential that we supplement cambodians own efforts by providing resources which Are critically needed to enable it to by Don Kendall a farm writer Washington Lap meat hungry a Marica is will Nixon. Page r 8� spend a record $114.6 billion for food this year the agriculture department estimated today. The eight per cent jump sharpest in 20 years can be Laid mainly to an estimated 5 5 per cent Rise in food prices. But population increases and. A. Rising appetite among Consumers for More meat also Are factors the department said. High meat prices done to Dull the appetite the report indicates. Consumption of beef which has been setting Price re cords this year will be 113 pounds per person this year up 21 pounds from 1969, the report a a tii Natas. Pork eaters Wilt consume 65 4 pounds Only a fraction of a Pound More than in 1969, veal will be Down and Lamb will hold even. Chicken benefiting competitively from higher meat prices is put at 4l7 pounds up from 39 last year. The report was the second in a recent series consumer food costs to what Farmers Are paid earlier the department said retail prices Are expected to continue rising next year but that the Farmers share of the consumer food Dollar will not based on disposable income Consumers this year Are expected to spend about 18 5 cents of each take Home Dollar on food. This would be slightly less than in 1969 and continues a Down Ward trend. Although cautious the report said Consumers can expect a Quot a Large decline Quot in pork prices if middleman margins Are brought in line with recent Price cuts Farmers have taken in the hog Market
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