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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - October 6, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather Carnef Jikit fair tonight with Motty in i he �0� wed in a Lily Genera try fair my warmer High a Wadw win in Iii upper ibo an i Ina of it if you do not get your paper. Dial mw2145 Between a. 10 and 1 00 o clock and one will be delivered to you f t ivq9_ Erht pages Washington North Oak Etna ttjt3pt aft to Cru fax of try a n a part it capt Sun oat president will deliver major speech on Vietnam inside rebellion suggests Bolivia a president bows new peace Falk moves by Harold Olmos associated pres writer la Paz. Bolivia api Gen Alfredo Ovando Candy a resigned As president Early today and a it fun Wing general a tar launched a revolt against him it took Over in his place. Ovando asked military forces still Loyal to him not to oppose the rebellion against him. Shortly afterwards Gen Rogelio Miranda the army chief of staff who launched the revolt on sunday announced that he was assuming the presidency of a military Junta he did not immediately name the other Mam tiers of the group. Miranda said he formed the Junta a to direct the destiny of the fatherland with Justice Quot Ovando celebrated his first anniversary As president just a week ago. A statement by Ovando issued by information minister Carlas Carrasco mid he decided to re sign because a the confrontation within the armed forces aside from dividing them and causing victims within their ranks. Would also have resulted in new courthouse _ a a. Rising Here steel beams go up for the new Beaufort county courthouse Here As construction gets underway on the North Side of West second Street across from the county agricultural building. The new three Story masonry building being financed with a. $1.5 million Bond Issue passed in 1968 is expected to be completed in about is months. It will replace the current courthouse at the Corner of Market and second streets which was built about 1600. Staff photo by Litchfield garbage disposal estimates asked Anwar Sadat Pentagon Driver Egypt a single political Money Bill a a a r party names new president slash 1 bumps pickets 0 to by c. C. M1niclier associated press writer Cairo Apt Egypt a Only political party named Anwar Sadat monday night to succeed the late president Gamal Abdel Nasser assuring his election by the National Assembly wednesday meeting shortly before Midnight the 150-member Central committee of the Arab socialist Union unanimously approved the nomination of Sadat by the area soil water meet set Here the Beaufort soil and water f conservation District will be Host to the mid East area. Wednesday night oct. 7 at 8 00 . In the agricultural building Here. The purpose of the meeting is i to discuss the proposal of a resource conservation and development project for the mid East area of Beaufort Bertie dare. Hertford Hyde Martin Pitt Tyrrell and Washington counties. Resource conservation and development promotes resource conservation through watershed Protection Rural and Urban development and outdoor recreation. The primary objectives Center on the enhancement of economic opportunities. The principal objectives of an read project Are water resource development and pollution control a air and water proper land use is achieved by adequate treatment of All land according to the planned purposes of use. Human resource develop 1 see meeting. A tie 6 tobacco Box score the Washington tobacco Market yesterday sold 285,4-16 pounds of tobacco for $203.841.37 for an average of $71.41 per too pounds. The Washington Market to Date has now sold 7.596.509 pounds of tobacco for $5,509,597.30 for an average of $72.53 per 100 pounds Billy Dawson supervisor reports that today s sales will bring Washington above the poundage figure total for the 196� season. Last year the local Market sold 7,720.998 pounds of tobacco. On wednesday first Sale goes to Hassell second Sale goes to sermons third Sale goes to Talley warehouse. Party a executive committee. Sadat 52. Has been serving As provisional president since Nasser died sept. 28. The executive committee recommended that the Assembly meet wednesday to endorse Sadat that his election be confirmed by a nationwide referendum oct. 15, and that the president be inaugurated two Days later. Named vice president by Nasser in 1969. Sadat was consid ered of most Oti servers to be the least controversial of several potential contenders for the presidency. One of the others it. Gen. Mohamed Fawzi commander Inch Tel of Egypt s armed forces assured the Cen trial committee of the military a full support for Sadat. The executive comm Dee made a plea for Solidarity in the face of a the designs of hostile a see mid East. Page 8> Highway would link bases Jones by Tom Spencer managing editor a proposed coastal corridor Highway from Savannah a to Norfolk a. Would link military bases along the North Carolina and Virginia Seaboard and could prove invaluable in the event of a National defense emergency rep. Walter Jones of the first North Carolina congressional District said Here monday. Rep. Jones said the proposed Multi land Highway which was urged by the coastal Plains regional commission at a meeting in Atlanta. A. In mid August. Would provide a needed route for moving military men and material. A we cannot Overlook the need to provide for such an eventuality although we Hope that it will never ,1 the congressman told a press conference. Rep. Jones also voicing the View that the proposed tideland areas route would boost tourism and Industrial development predicted that it. Will eventually be approved and funded by the Federal government and pledged his support in its behalf. The congressman said he would attend a conference see Highway. Page l gasoline tax Money governor to seek Winston Salem a gov. Bob Scott pledged today to try to double the amount of Money North Carolina municipalities receive from the state gasoline tax boosting the figure from one half cent per gallon to one cent per gallon Labelling the current figure a an inequity a a Scott told delegates to the North Carolina. League of municipalities annual convention he would seek the increase from the 1971 general Assembly. A you received nearly $12 million this year Quot Scott said in a prepared speech a i want you to get $24 million next Scott also told the municipal officials he supports a request by the department of water and air resources for $20 million in the next two years to help local governments build Only one seventh of the Cost of municipal Road service while Rural and suburban areas get All their Road service from the state. He said municipal taxpayers spend $70 million per year about six sevenths of it from property taxes paving and maintaining the approximately waste treatment facilities. _ 10 a a i support this request and i i diction of municipalities. Hope sufficient funds will be available for the 1971 general Assembly to approve it a Scott said. The Money would be used to match or supplement Federal Grants. Scott said the municipal share of the state gasoline tax is in equitable because it pays for Scott said the municipal Street mileage had doubled since the gasoline Revenue distribution began in 1952. A if what i am advocating is approved by the general Assembly then there will be a much More equitable Dis Tribu a see Scott Page 8� by Jim Adams associated press writer Washington a slash my $2 billion off the Pentagon s Money Bill the House a Propri. Actions committee approved to Day $66.7 tuition which it said will cover All contingencies eluding increased . Forces in the mid amp a East if necessary a the tense situation in the Middle East is a matter of grave concern a the committee said and a there is a possibility Quot that More . Military forces will be needed there some time during the fiscal year ending next june 30. Buli said los. Military de mands require better Pentagon management and a More defense for the Dollar Quot Quot not simply More Money which it said Only aggravates inefficiency and mismanagement. Some $1.5 billion of the cuts from president Nixon a $68.7 billion defense request for the fiscal year starting last july 1 is id weapons and Purchase Money. The House is expected to vote on the Bill thursday or Friday which could put the House in position to recess this week until after the nov. 3 elections. The committee knocked out All funds for the army generals Quot helicopter training program under which army chief of staff William c. Westmoreland has just won his wings and urged the Navy to collect another isec spending. Pace 3 f ormer local resident Dies mrs. Geneva Lupton Frivance age 71, a former resident of Washington died monday at the Home of her daughter mrs. Cecil Morris 201 Frank or Chesapeake a following an extended illness mrs Frivance was Quot born january 18, 1899 in Pamlico county the daughter of the late Marcus Lupton and Mary Clark Lupton Everett. She was the widow of John w. Frivance who died in 1963. She was a member of the Baptist Church the Eastern Star ladies White shrine and the order of Pocahontas. Survivors include one son John w. Frivance or. Of Beaufort one daughter mrs Cecil Morris of Chesapeake a. Two Brothers Jim Lupton of Norfolk and Garland e Lupton of Washington. Also surviving Are two Sisters mrs and mrs. Addie Day of Jacksonville Fla. Six grand children and seven great grandchildren funeral services will be conducted wednesday at 2 00 . From the Chapel of the Stampley funeral Home by her Nephew Rev. Henry Hunnings of Creswell. Burial will be in Oakdale cemetery. An incident at the local Hamilton Beach Plant in Washington yesterday resulted in a warrant being taken out for the Driver after three pickets were bumped by the car. Sheriff s deputies reported that As William Thomas Howard proceeded to the parking lot Jane Gray Thelma Briley Gibbs and Gladys Davenport tried to Stop him. They report that one woman was bumped. Union spokesmen said All three women were hit one of the women. Mrs Gray is Aito of the Union official in a Harge Here. The Davenport woman was the Only one Hurt enough to see a doctor and Union spokesmen said they had to take her to Plymouth when she could not get medical attention Herp the Case against Howard is expected to come up in District court shortly. League meet nears end Winston Salem a City officials from All Over the state were to adopt the program today they will push in the 197i North Carolina legislature. Today was the final business session of the annual convention of the North Carolina league of municipalities. Adopted Previ Nasty were resolutions support a Rig Revenue sharing the expansion of the 1 per cent local of Norrs Alertas. Arid a payroll tax Money was the main topic monday at the midpoint of the three Day meeting Beaufort commissioners under increasing pressure to setup a county Pic garbage collection and disposal system voted monday to ask the state Board of health or detailed plans and Cost estimates on such a project. I a to. W. Strickland program coordinator for the solids waste Section of the state Board of health earlier outlined several possible plans which the county might use he said his first recommendation based on a preliminary study. Would be operation of two landfills with a Container pickup service in the smaller communities Strickland said a a the geographical split in the county by the Pamlico River complicate the setting up of v waste disposal system. The official also said that location of Belhaven in the northeastern area of the county also is a Factor that affects Landfill planning. A Are Haven is too Large a Community to containerized he declared adding that a Container service would serve other communities outside the City i Washington Strickland said Quot Basel on a Quick study his first recommendation would be to establish one Landfill in the area of Yatesville and to operate another at Washington in conjunction a or in cooperation a a with the City of the official said another alternative would be to operate one land fill on the North Side of the River and another of the South Side with continuous pickup service throughout the county. Strickland appeared before the Board at the request of municipal leaders in the county and the Beaufort county Board of health Alton Cayton. Board Quot Charr Man said a decision on the county getting into the garbage collection and disposal business will made until after detailed plans Cost estimates Are received and can be studied bloodshed to Quot the civil Popula lion a a later Ovando emerged from his Home with his i found two children. Teresa and Alfredo said a i Hope there will tie no bloodshed Quot and left for an in a or. Rot. I via Page 8 fire guts Gaston school Stanley. N c it a it. A fire which officials say was deliberately set gutted the main building at Riser elementary school monday night no one was injured the bin let my was empty when the alarm sounded at 6pm the Gaston county schools superintendent William h Brown said no estimate of the damage was available this morning he said the replace Merit value of the school would be $1 million but that the dam would not run nearly that High k the county fire tra Pecio al Bert Mcginnis said a it was definitely a set fire a Kiv Vanis club i installs officers Bill Renn was inducted last night As the new president of the Washington kiwanis Quot Quot crib for the 1970-71 year installation service were conductor by Hubert f. Hill of Goldsboro lieutenant governor of kiwanis District seven other officers inducted were first vice president Tommy s i n go it on. Second vie e a Quot president Jim Blanc in. Secretary Bobby Keyes treasurer Tom Umphlett and directors Fred Poore and Snodie Taylor prior to the installation ceremonies outgoing president Howard Chapin extended his thanks to the club for a satisfying and successful year Roland Modi in introduced lieutenant governor Hill who then conducted the installation a str View for the new officer following the ceremony. Hill spoke briefly on the meaning of a kiwanis and discussed his plans for the coming year new president Rill Renn presided Washington t ap4 pres a Lent Nixon said today he will deliver a major address to the nation on Vietnam wednesday night and will have a Nego dating proposal presented at the puns be Nee Talka thursday Nixon gave no. Advance hint As to what the new i s peace talks offer might he speaking to news atm at a grief unscheduled appearance the president said he will address the nation at 9 wednesday Edt in a nationally televised and broadcast appear a Nee he added a for the past several weeks within the administration we teen having discussions of our negotiating position this Wilt tic the most comprehensive statement Ever made subject since the tick inning of this difficult War we the report to the nation will follow completion of a nine Day european tour the report probably will in etude the Prospect of Quot further Quot Quot troop withdrawals Quot from Viet Naip one source said and could come As Early As next wok but the Nixon administration is not hiding its desire to get Sueh a report in the record below the nov.3 elections president and mrs Nixon were Given a. Red carpet Welcome on their arrival at nearby Andrews air Force base monday night Nibuo Reo Atod Ai he Airport at to Wuth a a a a -04 de at ass Teng Gregg r. Rjones Dies today Ray Leon Jones 37. At Hackney siding. To 2. Grimesland died i the Beaufort county Hospital this morning at 6 30 o clock follow my a serious illness of one week. A a or tools was the am 1 it the late John and Annie h me Jones and was marked to Mary in Guise Hodges in t m5 he was an employee of the Edinburg furniture a Plant and was a of the Shel in a dint missionary Baptist Church a surviving in. Add Linn to his w lie Are. One son. Elk in k Jones of itt 2. Grimesland. Artree Sisters mrs Thad Gaskins of Vanceboro. Mrs Edgar Jones of Washington and mrs Sarah Pate of new Bern and one Broth to Albert Lee Jones of Choco Wmith funeral services will be held wednesday at.3 from the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home Liv tra is Smith pastor burial will he in Oakdale cemetery a pallbearers will be j r. Hubert Lari. Julius and Jackie Jones Garland Gaskins and Elbert Gaskins democrats turn out for Jones re Haven a Hundred democrats turned out. Here last night for the open House and reception honouring congressman Walter a Jones there was food Fellowship and politics and or Jones made a Short Campaign speech in which he thanked his supporters for their Kielp and expressed great appreciation for the open House. He was introduced by or. Charles Boyette mayor of Belhaven. As guests entered the Community building there a receiving line composed of or. And mrs Boyette or. And mrs. John Quot Winfield congressman Jones. Or. And mrs. Floyd Lupton greeted them there was a huge table with abundant food with an ample Supply of soft drinks. There see demos. Page 8 at reception congressman Walter b Jones talks with the co chairmen of the open Lloud a and reception in his Honor Given Las night a the Community Center in Belhaven. Pre toted a from left Are mrs. Helen Boyde a Hatrman. Congressman Jones and or. G d Elliott or. Co chairman. The event dry a More their 100 people. Photo by Litchfield
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