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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - November 28, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather Ger to parity ctr newly and Mim to night and sunday f highs upper am to Low 70 l04vc tool Ghl upper pm. Probability of prec pita pm sunday in per rent. Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial Montt Between t it and ? 00 o clock and am will be delivered to you. Established 1909 eight pages Washington North Carolina saturday aet i Ember daily except sunday Little politics governors meet mostly practical by Yvonne Baskin associated press writer Southern Pines . Lap a an overwhelmingly democratic band of governor and go ver nor elect got Down to by Tinmu today in a new Fahsl medical official critical by Frank Carey a science writer Boston api a an official of the american medical apace nation today criticised Organ item Medicine the Federal government and local communities for what he termed failure to team up toward solving National problems of health care forty six die in crash of dc-8 headed for War Pope stresses Paris in a 168 counted i n alaskan session that is expected to he More practical than political. A i would t be surprised if this turns out to be a nuts and bolts conference a said former gov Richard flushes of new Jersey Friday free Par King Bill Abeyounis executive director chamber of Commerce and Albert Jowdy. Representing the downtown merchants prepare to place covers Over the part no. Meters in City parking lots the covers will remain throughout tie month of december providing free parking for shoppers Diu ing the Busy Christmas season. Type merchants Hope to demonstrate the advantages of free parking. Staff photo by Litchfield Wachovia asks Pantego office states obscenity Law invalid. Fayetteville . Apr a three judge Federal court has declared that North Carolina s obscenity Law is unconstitutional because if violates amendments guaranteeing Freedom of speech. As a result three cases against Charles Shinall operator of the adult Book. Store in Fayetteville were dismissed although others still Are pending. The court in an opinion written by circuit court judge Braxton Craven said the Law enacted by the 1957 general As it see obscenity Page 8 Allied strikes Wachovia Bank and Trust company today filed an application with the u. S. Comptroller of the currency to establish banking facilities in Pantego. The Bank s application asks for approval to open a new office convenient to residents of Pantego and the surrounding Beaufort county area. A Wachovia is. Applying for this office in order to better serve our present customers who have had to go to the Belha Ven office a a Bank spokesman said. A in our opinion the steady and solid economic growth of the entire Beaufort county area More than justifies the establishment of additional banking facilities a he continued adding a we believe that Public needs and conveniences will be met by the full individual and corporate banking services we can offer through the proposed see Bank Page 8> Hughes is chairman of the two Day round of orientation seminars for Gove mors elect sponsored by the National governors conference the Semi Nars Are being held along with a meeting of the conference executive committee most of the 23 present and future governors attending the gathering flew into Raleigh Friday evening attended a dinner in their Honor Given by North Carolina gov. And mrs Bob Scott and then were driven to the resort town of Southern Pines for the sessions. All of the sessions Are closed to newsmen a Hughes a Democrat said the workshops would Deal with the practical aspects of a How to run an efficient stale government Independent of the Federal although the attendance at the conference a 17 democrats and six republicans a reflects the new democratic majority in the nations state houses Hughes said he expects politics and criticism of the Nixon administration to be kept to a minimum. A a in be found in the governors conference that there a a real Good feeling of bipartisanship a Hughes said. The chairman of Tbs conference Quot it it be committee democratic gov. Warren e Hearnes of Missouri and the chairman of the democratic governors caucus Bob Scott agreed a governors coming in for the first time will probably think there a More politics in the conference than there is Quot Hearnes said. Scott said. A for the most part the governors conference has refrained from attacking the administration in Power and that is not really a policy session anyway a although the executive committee will not be hammering out formal conference policies it will be laying the groundwork for the mid Winter meeting of the full conference in Washington feb. 23-26. Hearnes said he has already drawn up most of the committee assignments and May release them during the weekend. The committees will prepare background and set the stage for resolutions to be presented to the full conference. Committees Are already at work on two of the conference s see governors. Page 8> . Command releases Doz violation figures or l. J. Snyder of Fresno calif., chairman of the Ama s Council on Rural health did so in declaring that the health services problems of Rural american with its estimated 55 million inhabitants the Moat acute for the nation especially the problems of the Rural poor. In a speech prepared for a special Ama sponsored conference on Quot new approaches to health care delivery a held on the eve of the organizations 24th clinical convention i r. Snyder said a health service provision for All americans has. Become a topic for acrimonious debate across this land piecemeal legislation has been written and funded at the Federal level., a multiple experiments in health service provision Are being tested by governmental agencies medical schools and organized Medicine but he added a at no time have i seen legitimate evidence of a real commitment to planning for solutions to the dilemma of distribution delivery and Quality of health services in this country a. Quot at no Point have organized Medicine Federal health agencies or Community leadership formed a True partnership sharing resources expertise and he said the shortage of physicians in Rural areas is growing As older ones retire or die and younger ones move to cities or into spec ill Zed training. The Rural Middle class have the Means to go where care available he said but the rare poor have a special problem a the sheer weight of poverty is worsened by barriers of cultural and language difficulties isolation of Long distances from any medically organized com a isee health Page 8 Jaycees seek nominations the Washington Jaycees a now in the process of accepting nominations for the Young Man of the year and the Boss of the year in Washington. A special committee to screen the nominations has been set up and anyone in the area wishing to nominate either a person for the Young Man of the year or the Boss of the year is asked to Send the information to Quot Dsa committee . Box 454, Washington n. C. The distinguished service awards banquet Dsa will be held on january 27, it was announced today. The time and place will be announced later. It is advisable to get in nominations As soon As possible it was said. Tom Boyd is president of the Washington Jaycees. By Patrick o Keefe associated press writer Manila apr Pope Paul i today called for an end to the Vietnam War a a Means of and the Well being of ill Man kind in a dramatic address the pontiff urged a the Sumnr of honest and sincere negotiations Quot and begged world Leader a to avoid any action that could harm the climate of understand ing so necessary for the Success of the current talks in pan the Pope told 150 Vietnam Ese Clergyman and laymen that he was sure their embattled Homeland would someday a know better Days a speaking in French at the Home of the papal Nuncio where he is staying while he is in the Philippines the pontiff asked his audience a but you will say what is the Pope doing to help us attain that peace which everyone Longs for a a dear sons and daughters and dear friends a he continued Quot we Are doing everything in our Power. In particular we unceasingly urge the ppr still of honest and sincere negotiations this Beaufort tech sets registration Beaufort county technical Institute will open its Winter 1 Quarter on december i with the registration of students registration will take Piave at the main office building on Market Street from 8 30 . Through 4 30 . Students who pre Repi Tereci have received a time Block within which they Are to Register. New students May Register at any time during the Day classes Are scheduled to begin on december 2 Curry culms which Are open to new students this Quarter include. Business admin i s t rat Ion Sec re Taria so Lecce Early childhood specialist electrical engineering technology police science technology cosmetology advanced cosmetology and automotive mechanics. New students May also enter some courses in the College Transfer program. Tuition for full time students is $32 00 per Quarter Cost of books and other fees Are determined by curriculum. Approximately 500 students Are expected to enrol for the a Winter Quarter most of these will attend classes in the new building on Highway 264 which f will be occupied in the see tech Page 8 seems to us not Only the surest Road to a just and lasting peace hut the Only Way worthy of the pontiff had been invited w Quot in Baigum in Reg his current swing through Asia and the pacifier but Vatican sources said he turned the invitation Down be cause he had net been Able to go to Hanoi also the pontiff did not mention the invitation in his address today while he was in route to Manila Friday from his Stop in Cyclone stricken East Pakistan his chartered jetliner flew him directly Over Cambodia and South Vietnam Sites of the conflict he has so often deplored a his seven year pontificate. Before he made his address the Pope Rode in motorcade through the streets of Manila addressed cheering students at a University and heard roman Catholic Bishops from 15 nations commend him for the Calm Way he reacted to a Knifer s attempt on his life a with loud applause the 2� delegates to the first pan asian Bishops meeting passed a Resolution condemning the attack on the Pope at the Manila Airport Friday and expressing Admira Tion for the a courage and serenity which characterized his holiness in a difficult. Situation the Resolution was proposed by Valerian Cardinal Gracias of Siridia and was passed by acclamation. A rhe Bishner was the i i Toight of Pope i ii visit to the Philippines the third Stop of his ten Day eight Nat n tour of Asia and he Pacific Stephen Cardinal Kim of South Korea set the tone of the meeting by welcoming the Pope a was Jesus of Nazreth came to 0i w a i a Moab if of wit hut As a Man among men a working Man among the Coin men Folk Cardinal Kim was at the Pope s Side luring the Assa Aai nation attempt and his sleeve was spattered with blood when subdued the attacker neither the Cardinal nor the Pope was Hurt / after Cardinal Kim spoke the Bishops debited resolutions on the Rote and responsibilities of the Catholic Church in Asia one Resolution said the Church should a the more1 truly the Church of the poor a and another urged Church leaders to avoid entanglements a with the Rich and the Bishops voted on the Reso lotions by secret ballot. Results will be announced sunday Pope Paul listened to the debate. Then mingled with the Bishops during a Long Coffee break and gave each a Silver or White Gold Crucifix. After the break he addressed the Bishops a Quot Here we Are together at last a he said Quot this meeting makes us very he urged the Bishops to offer the Catholic Faith to All. A without distinction of condition without any privileged link with one race continent or civilize this seemed to be an indirect criticism of the Church s past see Pope. Page 8 to splat by Kent Surgi Sam it is writer Anchorage Alaska Fapio a chartered a cd carrying Quot Vietnam a 4 t5 o t 1 l m of lonely in 1 i re 9 Gould die my Angeles a i Quot i m so lonely i could die Quot said the letter to the editor. A my phone never rings i m the Only one on Earth. How else can i feel All alone. See no a one. Hear no one. Of tear god. Help me. A a will somebody Call me a a a the letter containing a Dollar Bill and six Stamps for anybody who would Call or write was signed Jean Tosenstein. The ims Angeles times printed the letter thanksgiving morning adding that mrs. Rosen Stem is an 84-year-old widow and retired nurse living alone in a tiny apartment on $200 a month mrs Tosenstein received so Many Calls thanksgiving Day she finally had to take the phone off the Hook. Quot i Hope the people will forgive me a she old newsmen Friday slightly hoarse. Quot i just could t talk anymore. The phone rang All night i Only got two hours the next morning the mailman brought an armload of letters. Dozens of people stopped by her . Many brought or sent Flowers. Every table was covered with potted plants and the Bathtub was full of flowery Quot i be got the most Beautiful Bathtub in the world Quot said mrs Tosenstein Quot i keep saying to everybody thank you. But it in t enough i want to say More Quot mrs. Tosenstein had to had time to open All her mail yet. A people were still coming to the door Friday. She turned Down Many tele phoned invitations for thanks giving dinner and stayed by her Telephone. But some of her visitors had thought of that. A Quot i be still got four Complete Turkey dinners in my Refrigeri she said. Iii Lipary person Erid crashed exploded and burned on Takeoff Krte Rcv night killing 46 of the 2jn persons aboard. Five persons were missing said an Alaska air command spokesman who gave the death total the spokesman said is8 per sons More than too of them injured. Were counted at a Hospital on nearby Elmendorf air Force base he said 11 others were in Anchorage hospitals the spokesman said the plane carried 219 passengers and to crewmen one More crewman than Given in earlier reports a witness said the plane owned by Capitol International airways was moving Quot too fast to land and too slow to Lake off Quot when it crashed at Anchorage International Airport after refuelling and changing crewmen. A survivor said the plane a Only climbed for a few minutes. Then it met of glided Down a John Pederson an Airport me Hanic said the plane s nose dropped then ran off the run Way. It caught ire. He said and then exploded twice about three or Lour minutes later master sgt Robert l. Kelter of new York City a 16-year army Veteran who said he survived two previous crashes told of Quot panic at first three or four seconds at most a the father of six said other gis quelled the panic Quot instantly and this was one of the things that pulled us out Quot another survivor. Spec 4 William Goez of Tacoma Wash. Said the plane approached the end of the runway Quot i thought. We re not going tit make it Quot he said �?othe1 plane was coming Goez and Kellar. Both of whom suffered minor injuries were interviewed in a Hospital after treatment. The flight originated at me chord Ajr Force base. Tacoma. Wash it was to have stopped at Yakota Japan As Well As at Anchorage in route to Cam Rahn Bay South Vietnam. A Mcchord spokes than said the passengers were believed to be army and air Force personnel a Pentagon spokesman said they included replacements for assignment to units in South Vietnam Quot Goez said the plane also carried military dependents including at least one child they apparently were bound for Japan a sister diff mrs Grady e Spinks age 52, of Robbins sister of mrs John Nance of this City died Friday in st Josephus Hospital in Southern Pines funeral arrangements Are incomplete a Saigon a the . Command said today there have been More than 14,000 incidents and sightings indicating enemy activity in Vietnam a demilitarized zone since the United states stopped bombing North Vietnam on nov. 1, 1968. During the same period a spokesman said there have been More than 7,000 "engage-14 Mentse in which american planes artillery or ground forces attacked North Viet namese positions inside the 6-mile-wi.de zone. The spokesman said . And South vietnamese patrols oper ate in the Southern half of the Doz Quot from time to time whenever there Are indications of enemy activity in the Southern 0 half which May constitute amp threat to Allied forces located in the Republic of Vietnam South of the the . Command said military Security a precludes providing frequency of these patrols or Public announcement of these patrols. If patrols make significant Contact they Are announced just As is any significant the command said there Are no . Ground combat troops operating in North Vietnam but when asked if the term a ground combat troops Quot includes reconnaissance patrols and sabotage teams a spokesman said Quot in a not going to go beyond my a it is known that Small reconnaissance patrols made up of civilian irregulars and led by american special forces troops operate in Laos. There have been unconfirmed reports of similar patrols operating on North Vietnam a Border with Laos to Check out the movement of enemy supplies and troops. Under questioning the command acknowledged that Many of the incidents inside the Doz Are not reported on a daily basis. But the spokesman said there have been no enemy mortar or rocket attacks across the Doz since March. The last time an american reconnaissance plane was fired on was two months ago he said. This had not been reported previously. . Officials maintain that under an understanding that went along with the bombing halt Hanoi agreed to keep the Doz free of military activity. Hanoi has denied that there is any such understanding. Sources in Saigon said Many of the incidents and sightings reported by the . Command Are minor including such things As the sighting of freshly built bunkers and track lights that might indicate movements of supplies. Informants said the number of reported sightings goes up sometimes and Down at other times and that they attach no real significance to the pattern. The sources said however that elements of one North vietnamese regiment infiltrated across the Doz into South Vietnam two months ago to a Point North of Quang tri City. See War Page 8 4 East germans in daring escape pirates Ball winners a Washington Man and a free Union Man last Light took lop honors at toe annual Black Board Benefit Ball in Belhaven. Frank w. Cox of Washington was selected As the entrant with the most pirate like co tume and Melvin Keech of free Union was selected As the entrant with the most pirate like Beard. Or. C. O. Boyette be Haven mayor was mat ter of ceremonies for the event Hekt at the Belh Avna legion Post and attended by approximately 400 people. Proceeds will go to the Bel Haven memorial museum. By Bill Garvey associated. Press writer key West Fla. It a it four East germans who escaped from communist Rale with 35-foot leaps from the railing of a cruise ship into turbulent Waters of the Florida Straits enjoyed capitalist luxury today at the flush indies inn on Duck Bley who planned he own escape for More than a year led the leap for Freedom toward a waiting boat chartered by his brother Eric three others grabbing at Opportunity followed him into the water and also were rescued. After being granted temporary political Asylum following interrogation at key West the four men went with Eric Bley to the inn where he had waited four Days for the ships arrival and the desperate Gamble. A hearing on permanent Asylum is scheduled for monday. Quot Karl s from one part of the world and j to from another and we met right in the Ocean. Its really something Quot said Erich Bley Karl a brother the Bleys using coded language in. Correspondence said they had planned the escape for nearly a year but in the last tense minutes a Balky engine in the Rescue boat almost destroyed their Hopes the four were plucked from the sea near Here and raced to Shore in a waiting boat. Quot the two Brothers were crying and laughing and frankly i was crying too a said Bob Lowe Captain of the Rescue boat the East German men had been bound for Cuba aboard the cruise ship . Suddenly a Light air plane buzzed the ship. That was Karl s signal he jumped i see escape. Page 8
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