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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy thit nigh thursday with Chance of showers on a it uth coast tonight and West and South portions thursday he ghz thursday around 90 a my tonight in 90s Washington daily news if you do no get your paper011 94s-214s Between a a and 1 00 o clock and on Stu be delivered to yet i Esta bushed 1909 fourteen p4g�� Washington. North Carolina. october 7 iq7c daily except sunday in mid East . Trying pressures pirates beards to i in gifts United nations. N i Tapi a the Surprise i s nth drawl from one set of Miu a East negotiations added new complications today to the search for an Arab is Radii peace formula Britain. France and the soviet Union had no Advance word of the american action tuesday taken in an attempt to pressure Egypt into pulling Back the soviet missiles which the United states and Israel claim have been moved closer to the Suez cd had if violation of the israeli egyptian cease fire the United states withdrew from the talks which Deputy representatives of the big four have been holding since March 31 in an attempt to set up guidelines for % Arab israeli peace negotiations at the meeting tuesday . Ambassador Christopher h Phillips said it w As useless to talk about guide lines until Egypt a rectified a its alleged violations of the agree ment to make no changes in military dispositions within in Miles of the Suez canal Egypt has denied the charges contending that All the soviet antiaircraft missiles in question were in the standstill zone be fore the cease fire took effect. Egyptian foreign minister Mah Moud Riad in a television interview broadcast tuesday but filmed before the--. Withdrawal from the talks said no missiles would be withdrawn however he did express willingness to accept president Nixon a proposed 90-Day Extension of the cease fire which expires nov. I. . Sources stressed that de spite the suspension of the dept Belhaven each of those courageous corsairs raising beards for the Blackbeard Benefit Ball will receive a valuable free if during a Little i a or by j a a Corners of the world Day at 11 be ii a. The Belhaven Art gallery at 3 00 ., sunday. Oct. U. A to show her appreciation for his help in publicizing the Benefit Ball. Mrs Effie rave Bateman owner and director al Nixon will speak to nation on War peace offer coming conservative revolt try fails president mum on try Harold of mos associated press u Rotor a Gen Fernando Satton. The air Watce gunman tar changed a Kwi Lor am groups students Yum air Force officers Loyal to countered a Nix Laim. E tails ties negotiations the chief delegates of the big four were still scheduled to meet again monday in their continuing quest for guidelines for Arab is Razeti negotiations but in the absence of any egyptian Retreat. The us,.�?~ reasons for suspending the deputies talks would apply equally to the Rhee Tings of their chiefs. The British made no secret of their dismay at the action French reaction was similar. The soviet s were silent . Officials spread the word quickly after the meeting saying the alleged violations of the standstill raised doubt of the Good Faith of Egypt and the soviet Union Riadi a television statement indicated that the cease fire would be extended because israeli foreign minister Abba Eban already had said his government was willing. But there appeared to be no Prospect for resumption of the indirect Arab israeli peace talks using special envoy Quot Gunnar gaping As go Between which broke Down shortly after they began at . Headquarters aug 25 the gallery will allow each bearded contestant to choose As his gift any one of the Joko autographed prints of outer Banks scenes. Joko. The pseudonym used by artist Joe Koch is noted for his abstract aldermen act on housing Lex Ara it Board of aldermen monday night approved erection of mid East housing units Here. The action came on the heels of a Public hearing at which Worth Chesson. Chairman of the mid East housing authority outlined a proposed Public housing program in Beaufort county. Chesson said that b5 units of Low rent leased Public housing have been approved for the county and added that 35 to 40 of these units May be erected in Belhaven. The housing official explained that the Beaufort county units Are a part of 340 units approved for the five county mid East area by the department of housing and Urban development. Chesson explained that leased Public housing is privately owned housing and that the investment value of the buildings will be taxable thus providing new tax Revenue for the counties and towns in which they Are located. He said Grants have been received to assure operation of the housing program. The Board also a welcomed Willis Hodges As a new member filling a vacancy left by the recent death of h. E. Boydjr. And elected Herbert Snell As mayor _ pro tem filling that position which was held by or. Boyd. A held a moment of silent prayer in memory of the deceased Board member followed by a prayer by the Rev. Eugene Raymer pastor of see aldermen Page. Or sculpture and his realistic paintings of seashore scenes. His works Are on permanent display in museums Art galleries and private collections throughout the country. A a a is is celebrating the opening of a new outdoor sculpture Garden from 1 00 to 6 of pm on sunday and the intrepid Beard raisers will be asked to pose for photographs in the Garden at 3 00 pm. To record this interim stage of Beard growth no matter How Seagly if May a be a the Blackbeard Ball sponsored annually by the Belhaven Community chamber of Commerce for the Benefit of the Belhaven memorial museum will be held this year on. The Day after thanksgivi no Friday nov. 27, at 8 00 In the new american Quot legion building on Pamlico Street Extension in Belhaven. The use of the building and its facilities Are being provided As a free Public service by the legion tres of american legion Post no. 249 anyone who thinks he can raise a prize winning Beard by thanksgiving weekend is eligible to enter the Beard growing contest and a $50 u. S. Savings Bond goes to the owner of the most pirate Uke Beard at the dance place of residence does t affect eligibility and la Paz. Bolivia api a a conservative attempt to take control of Bolivia a military government appeared to collapse today forces of leftist Gen Juan jo6e Torres took Over Torres was expected to assume the presidency civilians had rallied in Large numbers to the leftists opposing the attempted coup by Gen Rogelio Miranda the conservative army chief of staff. During the night one member of the three Man Junta named by Miranda sides Ami threw in with Torre the country a largest labor Union and student and professional organizations called a general strike m opposition to the rightists the leftists claimed control at Cochabamba. Bolivia s second largest City a Brief bombing attack on the presidential Palace in la Paz and a machine gun attack on Miranda s command Post were the Quot wily violence reported in the military Power struggle now in its fourth Day there was no word of casualties a forces and called for a government that w mild he Quot nation artist. Of the Ler and with Parttic Patio. Of workers and Stu Miranda led a bloodless Relief lion sum Alfredo Ovando to Andia another Genera and Ovando resigned Early tuesday and took Refuge in the a agent i be e embassy mfr Anda then quit his army. Post appointed h �uccessmir1 Quot Quot and named him with the. Navy. A my air Force commanders to a governing Junta. My Gan Torres president of the revolutionary committee Quot he set up Headquarters at the la Paz air base he sent six planes Over the presidential Palace for a 15 minute attack and ice leftist Fortes gunned Miranda command Wiist Bolivia armed forces Headquarters Torres broadcast an Appeal a ver a University radio station tor twi Rutah Quot to Mon tire against the triumvirate two h Ivia Page it dynamite Rowan blast mystery solved Raymond m. Taylor Taylor x r named on study group Raymond m. Taylor marshal of the North Carolina supreme court and librarian of the court Library has been named to a newly created american bar association committee to investigate a a undesirable a Law Book marketing practices and improve other aspects of Law Book publishing. Formation of the special committee on Law Book publishing practices was announced by Edward l Wright president of the Aba. The a. A a. Committee meeting for the first of sunni no Jig 1v10uey wit a i a. H mrs. Addie p. Whitley Dies mrs Addie p Whitley age 76, former resident of this City and Portsmouth va., died in the Baptist Home for the aged in w i not o n Sale m t u e s a y morning at 10 of clock following a critical illness of several weeks. She had been in failing health for several years. Mrs. Whitley was born in Washington daughter of the late Robert j. And Addie Sparks Proctor. She was a member of the Waughtown Baptist Church in Winston Salem. She was married to Fenner h. Whitley. Or. Of this City ii August 1910. He preceded her in death dec 12. 1964. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Louise Belote of High Point four sons Fenner h. Whitley or. Of Pend a Park Fla. R t Whitley of Raleigh. Carlton my a Whitley of this City and the Rev. Richard a Whitley of Rockingham eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home thursday at 2 conducted by the Rev William Poole chaplain for the Baptist Home for the aged in Winston Salem. Burial will follow in Oakdale cemetery. Prison unit inquiry report made Raleigh apr a team of state investigators reported today to the North Carolina coi Section commissioner on its probe of charge to Luff surf Sjo a have abused prisoners at the Mcleansville state prison unit. Neither commissioner Lee Bounds nor the Man who headed the investing amp Feve team Martin Peterson would disclose immediately what the team found a we interviewed both inmates and personnel and now we be got to act like a jury and de cide which Side to said Peterson who is an assistant for correctional services in Bounds department. Peterson and four other per sons appointed by Bounds were sent to the prison unit near Greensboro monday alter the the charges were made by a former guard. Jerry Lee Aaron Peterson met with bound this morning after returning from Mcleansville tuesday night Peterson said he would give Bounds a written report later to Day or thursday. Another team appointed by gov. Bob Scott also is looking into the charges it is expected to report saturday.,to a state bar association committee investigating the entire a prison system. A spokesman for Quot the commit tee said the report would not be made Public then he said it would be turned Over to Scott for his disposition.�?. The former prison guard made the brutality charges in a letter to Scott Aaron said he was resigning As a guard Quot because of unfair treatment and inhuman actions see report. Page it Salisbury. N c. Apr sheriff John f Stirewalt said today the mystery of what caused a big blast that fright quote de residents of a wide fed of Rowan county a been solved somebody he said set off about a Case of dynamite Henry Castor a Farmer in Southern Rowan county found a Hole this morning in a Field on his carny the Field Borders a paved Road and the Hole is about 200 feet from the Field Castor called the sheriffs department because there was wide speculation about what had caused the of a st Quot sol Rewat arrived and said the Hole provided the answer. The Hole is about eight inches deep and i1 feet in diameter. Stirewalt estimated if would take about a Case of dynamite to make such a Hole in ground As hard As the Field Castor said he found the site while searching for evidence of an explosion on his farm Law enforcement officials did not speculate on who set off the explosion and Why but they said it kept them Busy for about 12 hours. \ starting about 9 30 .�?z their telephones. Stayed Busy with Calls from people who said there had been a loud frightening explosion houses Shook windows cracked Light bulbs broke said the callers the Calls came from within a 20-mile area outside Salisbury the Rowan county seat. Deputies and about a dozen state Highway patrolmen fan Ned out Over the area looking for debris from an explosion talking with witnesses the Highway patrol telephoned aviation authorities thinking Quot the blast May have been the sonic Boom from a Jet. They were told no aircraft showed on radar screens at the time of the blast v the Forsyth county Rescue squad sent a unit to Salisbury in Case help was needed the Iredell county Rescue squad notified authorities in Salisbury it had a unit standing by but officers were unable to a see blast. Page 14 \ o Foney. \ o Job lives on land a m i t up m 1 to h my mint t Row Meiier Washington ppr a Devil Nixon will make what he term a major statement on a s Southeast in a speech the Vietnam peace talks thurs Day Nixon set elaborate plan to Brief key congressmen the i a me and diplomats ahead of i scheduled met site address to be carried live on radio and television Fttie the Whit House re on what new offer negotiator David k e Bruce will Lay on the bargaining table at thursday weekly meeting in Paris with North vietnamese and Viet Cong envoy there was speculation Nixon might propose a Frase fire or a Geneva to Peiji Ultina ton Confer Enco Asia or Spe Cial talks on prisoners of War or a combination of various items aimed at breaking the lengthening deadlock at pans there was talk too. That Nix on might timed a speedup in troop withdrawal beyond. The timetable he set last april at that Lime he announced another 150 too men would be brought Home from Vietnam by next May including 30.000 by oct 15 the administration has been expected to make a move on the Vietnam peace Grunt before next month election Nixon How Ever told newsmen tuesday a we do not consider this to be a pop Audi so gimmes air we ire not saying it simply for the record a the statement tone that has been prepared Only after very thorough consideration of All the i me that Are involved in our negotiating Nixon said a it is a statement that has been discussed with the government of Vietnam the govern Man v lews w orld on horseback it time on nov. 5 and 6 in new Orleans will look into a number of questionable techniques a. Currently being used by some xxx a a u1 �31 3 v i �3. To those who year that the electric Toothbrush creeping socialism. Or women s liberation might forever weaken Man s desire to risk convenience for Challenge a 43 Vear old new yorker says a a Bull Quot a. J Cramer of Middle Pori. N.y., is a Man a Little a tit of place fat any particular time in. History but very much at Home in its Overall drama most people get jobs get married and beget children who beget More children almost All men have wanted to find out if they could really make it on their of n w without the comforts of a steady Job. A steady wife steady children or even steady friends few of these Ever take the risk and even fewer Tave the deter i nation not to it ask nerd 3 Cramer has Talfe the risk and proven to himself that he will on monday he was Given a tree Steak dinner in Windsor tuesday he had three Beers and a bag it pretzels All donated he. Has t slept in a lied or a House tor two years a Cramer attended school in the North and Quot graduated with a degree in merchandising and marketing for several years Belore his decision to take was an Independent. Counsel of of Interior design in Florida he has always loved Taylor son of or. And mrs. Thad Taylor of this City Grade rated irom the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1955 and received his Juris doctor degree there in 1960 he practice Law in Wilson and taught at Atlantic Christian College from 1.961-1 964 and. Accepted his present position m 1964. Taylor served As a staff reporter on the Washington daily v is in the Summers of 1952 and 1954. He holds Young doctors work editors note the medical profession has always attracted the idealistic Young Man and woman but never More than now. For out of the nations medical schools have come a new Breed of doctor in recent years shunning the material rewards of Medicine to work for the Public Good. A report from Apps living today department. The Institute for study of health and society. Ramsey is one of a new Breed of doctor dedicated to improve numerous professional honors. The Washington native will be serving with Cullen Smith of Waco. Texas chairman of the american bar foundations Library services committee chairman Willard h. Pedrick Dean of the Arizona state University College of Law in Quot see Taylor. Page Quot 14� by Ann Blackm an associated press writer or. Chris Ramsey is 28 this year he turned Down numerous $30.000 and up offers from medical schools drug and insurance companies and private foundations. Instead he draws a $l2.000-a year salary from the Washington based organization he founded while still in medical school. Ing the Quality and delivery of medical care in America a i done to intend to practice the traditional methods of Medicine a a said Ramsey a whose. Four year old government funded Institute was set up to study medical dental educational and Legal needs of individual communities Quot you can to look at the health care problems alone. You have to look at the needs of the whole Community. The probe duh is there Are just too few opportunities for students who want to innovate within the system. Quot the health situation in this country is in desperate Straits. The medical schools Are beginning to respond but they need some prodding Quot he said or Joseph w Gardelia. Who the Brodders in this ease Are for 15 years Jas been Dean of the medical students them student affairs at Harvard med selves. And As a result almost ical ,.analyzed the influx of to 85 per cent of the countr medical schools have added courses in Community Medicine to their curricula. A almost All the medical Stu. Dents Are aware of the problems and want to do something about said or Alexander Leaf chief of medical services at Massachusetts general Hospital in Boston. A a last Spring i surveyed 42 interns and residents. None of them wanted to go into private practice and 38 wanted to develop group practices a a 1968 poll of graduating seniors at the three medical schools in Boston failed to turn up one student with the intention of entering general practice Day s medical students in a recent interview in his Boston of fice a a they be a greater sense of social awareness a real sense of compassion a great concern for injustice and a seriousness of purpose i Haven to seen in any other generation so much in. Fact that it often impairs their sense of humor a he said he continued Quot today a medical student will devote infinite time and Energy to achieving his purposes if he thinks they Are just and right in be developed a great sense of respect for the contemporary student. He s seeking a different life r to so a doctors Page 14 not Quita a Wilh the sky the Earth and life As his religion Anda kind of selfish individual Faith a a a guide. Cramer arrived in Washington tuesday alter 14 too Miles Antt t8 months on a a he started his sojourn around the world from new York from there he Rode to the tip of Alaska where he turned around and is heading Back southward wednesday morning he left Chocowinity for Jacksonville Fla. To catch a ship to Europe where he will ride horseback to Asia and Japan. Catch another ship to Hawaii and then Back to the states All on the same horse with no Money no work no time a payments Andrio timetable. He and his Mustang along with a Timber Wolf Given him by indians literally live off the land and people s curious generosity when he arrived in Washington he had $2.58, in his pocket. He has one change of clothes packed in a sleeping a with a Doc Quot and that s it. The outdoors and horses he is a Bachelor in diet ter tha n a Veff be shape but still had himself six months prior to the big move 1 thought about such Quot a trip for about five years he Eit planned main motivation was the Challenge of being the first Man to ride horseback All the Way Down North America he said Quot is Hen heft Middle or 18 months ago. People thought 1 had flipped now they Aon the said since the time he left. Cramer has travelled through Canada to the Yukon to upper Alaska he ran into grizzly bears and in starts in the hoi lit country walking or Riding in 5p below temperatures he had to eat Wal term meat when he could. Frill if and Snow Wiran he a Quot no Quot matter How gloomy things got a he said a something always happened to a see Cramer. Page i ment of Cambodia and the government of Laos and has the approval of those governments it will be the most comprehensive statement Ever made on in subject strict the beginning of this very difficult War _ it w jul Caver All of the major issues that Are involved in the Southeast asian area the president arranged to Brief the Cabinet at 5 pm and legislative leaders of both Par ties an hour later Secretary of state William p Rogers was assigned to do the same for diplomats from interested foreign governments during the Day Quot Nixon made his announcement within hours after returning from his nine Day european trip while in Ireland sunday he held a special conference with Bruce and his Deputy at the peace talks it nip Haberb following Nixon s announcement South vietnamese president Nguyen Thieu sum mow a tee president Nguyen Cao by Horne from a european tour arousing speculation in Saigon that Thieu was unhappy with the new proposal political sources said Thieu called by Home to consult about a pos 14 y i v Ance services set funeral services for Geneva Lupton Frivance who died monday will to conducted today at 2 00 pm. From the Chapel of the Stampley funeral Home by the Rev Henry mannings burial will be to Oakdale cemetery pallbearers will be Curtis Clark Orville Clark Charlie Craig Corbel Ireland. Eugene Pinar and Jessie Everett ecology series beginning monday of next week this newspaper wet publish a five part series of stories on pollution in North Carolina. Written by associated 4t�-As�rmei a Soave by the a if Raleigh the stories will answer your questions about the slate of the ecology in this area. They will present the Complete picture of the environment in North Carolina detailing what pollution exists in the state what is being done about it. And what ecologists say must be done in the future. If you Are interested in the Quality of the water you drink the air you breathe and the environment in which you live you wont want to miss any of the five stories scheduled in the daily news a
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