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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - November 20, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather it Kimchi cart Ului tvs us eth Clearing later tonight sunny and lilt rooter Santur Day lows tonight upper 40-. High saturday mid Mast Ali std �909 a a Washington daily news if Vou do not get your paper. >2145 in wait a ski o Dock and a ave will a ted to vow. Two Vlf pages Washington Mouth Carolina Rida a a Cost sunday of in doubt a Trade Bill into Senate by Jim Adams associated press writer Washington Apt a a quota set Ting Trade Bill that would throw up Congress s Moat formidable new barriers against foreign goods since 1990 has approval is in doubt. Opponents said the controversial my to limit textile and shoe imports would touch off a world Trade War. Backers said it would protect threatened . Industries and jobs it passed the House 219 to 166 thursday night with Trade lobbyists filling the galleries Nixon administration efforts to Cut the Bill Back to the presidents request for textile quotas Only plus a tax incentive to boost . Exports did no to even come to a vote. But administration supporters said Nixon will make no decision on whether to veto the Bill until he sees Bow it comes out of Congress. Senate opponents led by Sens Jacob a. Javits r-n.y., and. Walter f. Mondale a Mann. Have hinted they will filibuster if necessary to prevent a similar Trade package from even being considered there. Opponents concentrated their attack during two Days of debate on predictions the quotas would bring Trade War retaliation from the countries affected particularly Japan and the european common Market and would drive up prices by protecting american goods Beaufort county from cheaper foreign competitors but ways and Means chairman Wilbur Mills. Dark the Bill s floor manager said the mandatory quotas would reverse a decline in . Textile and shoe Industry jobs and Force foreign compete Tore to negotiate voluntary import curbs Quot the japanese would rather have the textile Market they can get in the United states than he said. A a a Den Hile Titi Rita y in Bon Don european businessmen voiced growing opposition to the Bill the Bill s textile and shoe quotas Are the first since the Smoot Hawley act of 1990. Which brought Broad restrictions against foreign goods the new Bill would Cut imports next year to 1967-69 Levels which Trade sources say in some cases would amount to a one third decrease the textile and shoe import quotas could be increased 5 per cent each year after that until 1 976 when the quotas expire. The Bill also would set Tariff rate quotas on Mink Furkins and glycine a chemical used in drugs and some foods and establish a. Formula under which industries could Force quotas or tariffs against other for a eign products by proving imports Are so High that they injure the american markets. The it would perpetuate see Trade. Page Oil 121 Agnew denies recent changes taking Strong exception to a recent press Story and Farb up editorial a pea rim in the Dally news mrs. Bettyr Agnew director of social services Beaufort county said today a a Beaufort county is out of line Only on the work incentive or win the Story said that Beaufort county is one of nine counties being taken to court by the state for failure to pay their share of the medicaid win and Aid for families with dependent children. Mrs. Agnew presented figures today which show that the win program would have Cost a total of $10,363 with Beaufort county a share being about $3,000. The county commissioners voted not to go along with this program. On the medicaid program the commissioners at first put Only enough Money in the program to last about three months. Upon being advised by the state that the sum of $69,165 from the county would be necessary to provide the county a part in this program the commissioners added another four cents to the tax rate to meet the state demands. However mrs. Agnew says that through the first four months of the fiscal year the county has already spent $31,666 of the $69.165 appropriated for medicaid. There Are still eight More months to go in the Nixon has farm Bill on desk after Stormy fight in Senate data Bank for criminal records brings squabble in agencies measure limits subsidies program for this fiscal year. On the matter of Aid to families with dependent children mrs. Agnew says that this has not been in controversy in Beaufort county at All and that the county has met. Fully the see protest. Page 12 United fund extended the United fund Board of directors in a special meeting Here thursday extended the Campaign drive into november 25 in order to secure the remaining eight percent of this year s goal. Boh Tyndall fund president said that 92 percent of the goal has been reached totalling $37.089.00 of the $40,200.00 established to maintain the various organizations in the United fund. Tyndall reported that the advanced gifts division under Roland Molln and the Public employees division under City manager de Wyatt have been completed. Both divisions reported substantial increases Over last year. The president encouraged those who had not completed their reports to please get them in. Rev Horace Garbin Community thanksgiving service set the Beaufort county ministerial association is planning a Community thanksgiving service on thanksgiving Day at the first a Christian Church beginning at 10 00 . The Rev. Horace Garris minister of the first United methodist Church will bring the thanksgiving message. The Rev. Donald Merti president of the association will have the opening remarks. Young people from different churches will also take part in the service. The music will be under the direction of John Thompson minister of music and education of the first Baptist Church with Quot special music Quot being provided by the Washington choral society. Mrs Alton Weatherly will provide Organ accompaniment with mrs. James Bagwell at the piano. V this service is planned for everyone in the Washington area the Public is encouraged to attend and give thanks or. Thompson is chairman of the committee in charge of the. Arrangements. Other members Are the Rev. Jerry Smith the Rev. R l. Lewis and the Rev Robert South. State workers would get More Raleigh it apr state workers in North Carolina would receive improved fringe benefits costing More than $20 million during the next biennium under recommendations of a study group. A the teachers and state pm ploy so benefits study commission made 24 recommendations in a report released thursday. The group proposed $14.4 million for Hospital medical and major medical insurance for All teachers and state workers. Other recommendations included �?14.5 million to provide disability insurance for full time permanent employees. �?2.3 million to permit teachers and state employees to acquire a vested interest in their retirement after 5 years instead of 12 years. �?$4.5 million to Amend the disability retirement formula to conform to the service retirement formula �?$1.8 million to increase by 15 per cent monthly retirement allowances of those who retired prior to july 1. 1963. The 1969 general Assembly authorized the study of fringe benefits. But Donald m user laced Fres writer Washington api a proposed computerized Federal data Hank with a civil libertarian twist has ignited a bureaucratic Power struggle among. Fighters the Law enforcement assistance administration is sponsoring project search an experimental program designed to give states a source of up to Date individual criminal records but it is running into opposition from within the Fri which operates its own National crime information Center. A tub winnow win he defer mined by a try. Gen. John Mitchells decision whether Leaa or the Fri will get the Money to operate such a pro Gram in the next fiscal year the first indication i of Fri Dis to i letter com meriting on recommendations of the project search Security and privacy committee. The committee recommended among other things that any individual should be Able to see what searches computers say about him. Jerome j daunt of the of big a information Center wrote to g. J. Hawkins. Project search chairman that the privacy com Mill Hor Quot a Bern ire viewed an has been found to be very objectionable in 16 numbered paragraphs. Daunt outlined the Hureau a objections to the report Many entered on the committees a Warehi trim in Ishmual privacy and what it thought should or a should t be included in such a data Bank. Wrote daunt rights to individual privacy should be considered always in the context of their there can be no absolute right to individual privacy in a society the project group should be concerned Only with what the courts have said up to this Point not what some committee members would expect them to say in the future Quot As for letting individuals see what their search file contains daunt said Quot it to very question Able Aslo whether search Quot a the authority loss of Gest that a citizen has the right to inspect and Challenge the contents of project search files this is a matter of Law within the states Quot the of big a information Center provides state Law enforcement officials with Little background information it is primarily geared to telling authorities if a person is wanted scientists put life together defending title a with Grey beards Blond beards and red beards no Blue beards it sprouting All Over the Belhaven area in preparation for then amp a a mlle a 17 blackboard. B Senef if a 1.1, la at Yea r a s w inner. Gilbert Smith prepares to defend his Iti with this Jet Black luxuriant growth by Bill Stockton a science writer san Diego. Calif. Apt a Throe scientists who have assembled living reproducing once cell organisms from individual components say a mysterious Quot lethal Factor Quot must be bypassed before More elaborate bioengineering experiments an begin. A a the team of scientists from the Center for theoretical Blois by of the state University of new York discussed their work thursday at a news conference and in a scientific paper at a meeting of the american society for cell biology the scientists or j. F Dan Telli or 1 j Lorch and or k w Jeon have taken individual components from the single works 75 per cent of the time provided the components nucleus. Cytoplasm and membrane a All come from the same Strain a or species of amoeba Bui if the components come from different strains less than 1 per cent live this data led to postulation of the lethal Factor Descry Belas a protein found in both nucleus and protoplasm which inhibits synthesis of ribonucleic acid vital to the genetic functions of the cell. Once the Factor is bypassed and other problems that May result when cell components from one species Are merged with those a other spec Irv the door could open for a whole new Era of experiments in cell biology. A the experiments Daniel said one Day might revolution ize agriculture and Medicine through bioengineering see life. Page tar Viuf Sunmui Rufii urn Muir 1 ians shape i them into a cell that appears Normal in All rest to Nix a cells in the same a it up r or big they said Theta Benefit Ball Scott critical of demo leaders pm might to recover Belhaven final plans Are being made this week fur the Blackbeard Ball to be held next Friday november 27 at 8 00 . At the american legion building on Pamlico Street Extension. Committee members met at hubs Reck tuesday evening at r _ _ _ a dutch supper to Iron out final i o l o a i til details for the annual affair Curc Ivolu Jailil sponsored each year by the Belhaven Community chamber Quot of Commerce for the Benefit of the. Belhaven memorial museum costumes Are not required but prizes will be awarded for the Best costume along with scores of other prizes donated by area merchants one of the highlights of the dance is the selection of winners in the Beard growing contest awards will be made for the most distinguished Beard most masculine Beard and the most butchered Beard but top honors go to the owner of the most pirate like Beard top prize is a a a a see Ball. Page-121 shows photographs 1 Calley prosecution continuing by Kathryn Johnson associated press writer it. Benning a. A the prosecution continues its efforts today in. The court martial of it. William l or. To establish that alleged mass murders did indeed occur in the Village of my Lai. Several witnesses have testified m the trial which enters its fourth Day today to seeing from 12 to 20 bodies on March 16, 1968 on the North South Trail near the vietnamese Hamlet during a combat assault on my Lai by Charlie company. Galley 27, a stubby Reddish Blond was a platoon Leader in Charlie company at the time of the assault. He is charged with the slayings of 102 unarmed. Vietnamese civilians. Army prosecutor capt. Aubrey Daniel shows each wit Ness a color picture of dead bodies taken on a Trail near the Hamlet. The picture taken by former army combat photographer Ronald. Haeberle. Is used to establish the location of the alleged slayings. Sgt Leo m. Maroney a mortar platoon sergeant during the assault on my Lai testified thursday that capt. Ernest Medina ordered a group of his men to destroy crops and buildings at the Village which Borders the South China sea. The 98-year-old sergeants testimony was the first suggestion in the court martial of a search and destroy Mission. Maroney said his orders were specifically to destroy crops and buildings. The defense for Calley is expected to argue that any massacre at my Lai was the result of orders from Galley s Superior officers Medina commander of company a 1st battalion 20th infantry of the America division was Calley a Superior officer during the assault on the Hamlet. Maroney a dark haired Man wearing his uniform., said he received his orders from Medina to join the 3rd platoon in the Mission. Quot when we went into the Village we were told to destroy crops and buildings my people assisted in destroying the crops and buildings Quot he said. Under Cross examination by George w. Latimer Calley a civilian attorney Maroney was asked if he1 saw any Vietnam yes sir i saw one Man killed but i done to know who killed or Wasny the killed by a Man in your platoon a. No sir. He shot at him but someone else hit him. Q did t you Tell him to go ahead a. I did no to Tell him to go ahead. I said if he did to probably someone else would. Asked by Daniel if he say any live vietnamese on the Trail Maroney replied Quot yes he said he found three men and two Small girls hiding in a. Roofless building. One appeared in Shock. He said they talked to the children and tried to make them Quot understand us we took them with Maroney who has been in the army 19 years was asked if he had seen any fire in the Village by Stephen ii. Wildstrom associated press writer Detroit apr a formal end to the nine week old strike by the United Auto workers against general motors corp. Is expected to come today. It May still be nearly another month before the giant corporation is Back in full operation. The a awl a 155 pm bargaining units were to Complete voting on ratification of a new contract during the Day. If the pact is approved by separate majorities of skilled and unskilled workers and All indications Are that approval will be overwhelming the new contract which the company says Wil raise aver annual wages to Bette ,.ahj and $13,000 in 1973, Wili go into effect monday. One. Potential Roadblock to a resumption of production was cleared thursday when the International Union of 1 electrical workers reached tentative agreement with pm on a new contract similar to the Haw pact the due represents 32,000 workers at five pm plants and three of those plants produce parts vital to the firms car building operations. Due members had been working without a contract since sept. 15, when both the due and Law contract ran out and the Law went on strike. Still barring the Road to resumed production however were two plants which had not yet negotiated local agreements to supplement the National contract. One. A Fisher body Plant at see Auto Page 12� by Carl p. Lei a Stork associated press writer Washington a Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott says some democratic attempts to revive a Southeast Asia policy debate Over pro posed new Aid for Cambodia Are motivated by presidential Hopes. Quot the real Issue Here is that some people with presidential a ambitions have no Issue Here unless they try to revive Cam Quot Bodia a a the Pennsylvania Sena tor said thursday. Presumably referring to sen George s. Mcgovern is d and others Scott said they would work to transform president Nixon a new Aid proposal a to revive their flagging Hopes against sen. Edmunds mus Kiev or the 1972 democratic nomination. Muskie although undeclared is considered the front runner for his party s nomination. Local Man tags 11 Ini water use not harmful Charlotte continuous monitoring shows that Texas Gulf Sulphur a use of ground water at its Lee Creek Plant has had no he Faful effects on Eastern North Carolinas ground water Supply John m hard of Aurora said Here today he is the Plant s ground water geological engine i Hird addressed the Carolinas chapter of the american Institute of mining engineers describing control of Artesian a ground water in phosphate open pit mining at the tos Aurora Piar plus 4 a from the cast l. Job. ground water source for iwo Reasor to keep it from Welling up into the mine and to help Procesa much of the water used in processing u clarified and re used Hird added. Hird said a system of a pro Timai Ray 60 Wells shows that regionally heavy rainfall is recharging the water table and that it is no being overdrawn water Levels Are lowered in a Quot a Cone of depression Quot around the Plant. Texas Gulf Sulphur spent Over $350,000 converting 900 farm Wells and 45 irrigation Wells to deep Well pumping units to provide ample water supplies for the owners in the affected area observation Wells have shown no infiltration of brackish water from the Pamlico River by which the Plant is situated nor of High Chloride water from see tags. Page 12 by Mike 8h an a an actor Laird press writer Washington a it a president Nixon has on his desk today a favored $9 5 bit lion farm Hill Thirft set for the sides paid major growers for _ not producing the measure pawed the Senate 48 to 15 thursday after a lengthy and Stormy fight in which opponents said the Bill would Cost Farmers billions of dollars in income the Mil. Which lays Down Federal policy on farm subsidy and farm Hippo re programs Over the next three years won Praise from agriculture seer teary Clifford m. Hardin Quot it will give Farmers an of port Unity to take greater advantage of shifts in Market demands from commodity to commodity by moving away from fixed crop acreages toward greater leeway in crop plantings Quot he said the Bill limits subsidies to $55,01x1 on each crop of wheat Cotton Corn and other feed Grain lands held from production Striate opponents a song by a $20, limit. There was no limit under past Laws. During the House Senate con t filings House flies it see farm Page 12� Storf rites Sherry set Plymouth Alton v. A Loti in to Lay after a a i his a i i Long Illi funeral Erv Caf will be held Friday at the Union Grove Church of it Hriso near Pantego with Dennis Davis officiating burial will follow in Hillside memorial Park Here ill set Oxberry was a member of the Plymouth free will Baptist Church and an employee of Weyerhaeuser surviving Are hts wife. Mrs Dessarie Harris Stotesberry three daughters. Mrs Harry Allen and mrs Jackie Sadler of Quot Plymouth and mrs Thomas Blount. Or of Richmond. A Mother mrs Edith Rose st Teaberry three Sisters. Mrs David Craddock. Mrs Robert Bowen of Plymouth and mrs. Charlie Quot a re 0f Pantego and four or others. Harold and Charlie st Teaberry of Plymouth Lelon st Teaberry of Pantego and Arthur st Teaberry of Asheville and four grandchildren. Tate trial i wont help commit suicide Dies today w. Fred Singleton age 71, a former resident of it. I Washington died in the Beaufort county Hospital this morning at 5 45 of clock. He had been in failing health for the past several years. Or. Singleton was born in Beaufort county oct 8.1899, son of the late Robert a and Frances Ball Singleton. He was married to the former Dorothy Cherry of this county or. And mrs. Singh ton had been making their Home in a local nursing Home for the past Severa years. Surviving Quot besides his wife Are a son William Robert Singleton of Norfolk a. And a brother Harvey Singleton of it. 1, Washington funeral arrangements Are incomplete and will be announced by the Paul funeral Home Here. By Linda Deutsch associated press writer los Angeles a Charles Manson a three women co defendants in the Sharon Tate murder trial have insisted they want to testify Only to encounter a refusal by their lawyers to question them. The next move today seemed to be up to the judge "1 May watch someone commit suicide but i wont help them a said one attorney after the defense dropped a Bombshell thursday by resting its Case without calling a single witness. Attorney Paul Fitzgerald Leader of the four lawyer de sense team said the decision was a drastic Effort to Block testimony by the Brunette defendants All members of mansions hippie style clan. Manson 36, is on trial with Susan Atkins 22, Leslie Van molten 21, and Patricia. Kren Wankel 22. The state has said Manson held total control Over his followers and ordered them to kill mias Tate and six others in a Gus t 1969. There were reports that the. Three women still Loyal to Manson were determined to Tell a version of the bloody slayings which would Clear Manson of blame while incriminating themselves Manson who had expressed no desire to take the stand him self sat silent through thurs Dadra Matic events which began with ail four attorneys resting their Case the women then arose and insisted on being heard and the judge ruled they had a constr tonal right to testily miss Atkins to dishy attired to a Royal Blue pants suit took the stand briefly but was walked when her attorney refused to question her Tjw it the Case the two other women s lawyers said they would refuse also. Quot we can go to jail for contempt of court or we can be relieved As attorneys in this Case Quot said Fitzgerald after a conference in the judges Chambers. Quot he s considering miss Atkins attorney Daye Shinn refused to ask a series of 60 questions which she bad prepared saying Quot i feel these questions will incriminate her. 1 have a duty toward my client. 1 absolutely refuse to help incriminate a client on the a see Tate Page 12i
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