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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - October 9, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather considerable clouding a 4 through saturday with occasional periods of rain. High ranging near so lows at in it in the 00a. Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial 040-1145 Between 0 30 and 7 00 of clock and one Wutti be delivered to you Stabl Sheo in twelve Washington. North Carolina Friday afternoon october 9. 1970 daily except sunday Progress key Biscayne Fla Iasi president Nixon says he has made some new. Flexible peace proposals that open the Way for the North vietnamese to make new proposals to return a of they do a he Tom newsmen thursday a we can make Prog and. He added a that is the Way we Are going to play if the president said he hoped Hanoi would take the proposals a was seriously As we intend them Quot he said he was not discouraged by initial Advent reaction from North Vietnam and the Viet Pong Quot Nixon said he was wailing for a the official response from Hanoi Quot at the Public session of the Paris negotiators next week a we Hopp that it would Indi Cate Progress he said Nixon said his five Point plan included Quot some new including an offer of Quot total withdrawal of All our forces something we have never offered before. If we have Mutual withdrawal on the other aide rent a Piane. President says new proposals plane crash probe reveals Fra flaws a pen want for enemy to move in Hyde last night Frinks says he was ambushed editors note in the seven Days since a Colorado air disaster. Evidence has mounted that there Are flaws in the governments policing of the rent a plane business this dispatch from the a special assignment team examines those weaknesses Swanquarter n. C. Apr a North Carolina civil rights Leader told the Highway patrol Early this morning that night riders ambushed him on a state Highway in coastal Hyde county pumping three slugs into the Back of his car and shooting out three tires Golden Frinks state Field Secretary for the a act told the patrol that he was lured out onto the Highway by a mysterious Telephone Call. He was not injured. He said the ambush May be connected with apposition to his helping organize a Black owned business in Hyde county. Frinks said he received an Anonymous Call thursday night from someone who said another civil rights workers car had broken Down near Engelhard 24 Miles North of Swan Quarter on u. S. 264. Frinks said that he drove to the spot where the worker a miss Alice Spencer a was supposed to be but found nothing. Driving about five Miles further he found the worker driving Down the Highway. She had not had any Frinks said he was following miss Spencer a car Back to Swanquarter when he noticed headlights behind him. A fusillade of shots rang out he said. With the tires shot exit he lost control of his car which struck the rear of miss Spencer s car miss Spencer was not Hurt. The Nightrider sped off onto a. Side rend Frinks said. Highway patrolman Jerry .jen.ki.i1s of Swanquarter confirmed that Frinks had reported the ambush to the patrol. Frinks said he has helped organize a Black owned grocery service station in Hyde county and said there May be some link Between the shooting and opposition to the business. The civil rights official was involved in school desegregation in Swanquarter in 1968 that led to racial disorders. The Highway patrol was called in to restore order. Senate provides bomb penalties by John Chadwick associated press writer Washington apr in a burst of ant crime activity the Senate has passed legislation providing heavier penalties for error bombings increased pro Section for the president and members of Congress and More Federal Aid for state and local police. What started off As a Batch of separate Bills and ended up in one big legislative package also includes extra jail sentences for Federal crimes carried out with a gun and special presidential awards for valorous conduct by Law enforcement officers. The vote on final passage thursday after eight hours of debate was 59 to 0�?the Low count indicating Only that p lot of senators Are out campaigning for re election in a year when Law and order is a prime Issue. The package now goes to the House. First off the Senate passed 68 to 0 a Bill broadening and strengthening Federal Laws against bombings and permitting the death penalty in cases causing fatal injuries. It authorizes use of wiretapping under court order when criminal use of explosives is suspected. An amendment by sen. Philip a. Hart d-mich., to strike out the death penalty was rejected 46 to 22. The Bill makes it a Federal crime to damage or destroy with explosives any Federal pro Perty or the property of any institution receiving Federal funds this opens the Way for the Fri to investigate bombing on virtually any College Campus. Another Bill passed by voice vote is designed to provide increased Protection for the president when he is. Away from Washington. Its effect is to permit the secret service to cordon off areas for the presidents Protection without having to rely on state or local trespass Laws. Flippy petition asks no change a petition bearing 318 names was presented to Washington City manager de Wyatt this morning by c. C. Snow. The petition asks two things. First it asks that John. Small. Avenue be left As it is and not. Four land. Secondly it. Asks that parking of vehicles on the left or West Side of the Street be continued As it now is. The petition is addressed to the Washington City Council. Action is being considered by the Council and Highway officials regarding both four Laning the Road and Banning parking there. A final decision on the matter is expected shortly. By James r. and Dick Barnes associated press writers Washington a the 30-death disaster on a Wichita state University football flight has uncovered Blind spots in the Way the Federal aviation administration acts As watchdog Over the rent a plane business the Faa lifted the License thursday of the firm piloting the Wichita state plane it also slapped a 150.000 Fine on a second firm which owned the Craft and grounded All. Its other planet for emergency inspections. In. A news conference the Faa pleaded ignorance of the safety problems until after the hired plane had smashed into a Steep Mountainside in a Deaden Canyon in the Rockies a week ago today. Yet the Faa had warned two schools including Wichita state a against football flights by the Small air firm two months ago. The Agency said it assumed the rental plans were scrapped and it took no action to Stop the firm itself. On an emergency basis the Faa revoked the flying License thursday of that firm Golden Eagle aviation inc. Of Oki Aho see crash Page 2� William d. Rowe Dies William David Rowe age 83 of Vanceboro died late last night at the Home of his son. Shady Rowe of blounts Creek. Or. Rowe had been in failing health for the last Severa years. Or. Rowe was born aug. 17, 1887 in Beaufort county the son of the late a f. And Resy Rowe. He was the widow of Matilda Warren. He was a member of the Smyrna free will Baptist Church at blounts Creek. Survivors include three sons Shady Rowe of blounts Creek David Thomas Rowe of Vanceboro and Charlie Lloyd Rowe of blounts Creek four a daughters. Miss Addie Rowe of Washington. Mrs. Lillie Jefferson of Douglas Crossroads mrs. Elma Tuten of Chocowinity and mrs. Annie Mae Tetterton of Washington three Sisters mrs. Ida Jones of blounts Creek mrs. Rile Jones of Chocowinity and mrs. Libaste Jones of blounts Creek one brother Charlie Mattie Rowe of blounts Creek 22 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted saturday at 2 00 pm from the Chapel of the Stampley funeral Home by a local minister. Burial will be in the Mattie Rowe family cemetery at blounts Creek. Or. Rowers grandchildren will serve As pallbearers a if they do we can staff1 photo by Ltd mid october Clouds hang Low Over Down East barn of yesteryear House says seniors win Over youth no on cuts for defense by Jim Adams associated Presa writer Washington a refusing again to restrict president Nixon a handling of the Vietnam War the House has rejected attempts to Clamp a $15 billion spending ceiling for the conflict and Force withdrawal of All . Troops by the end of june. The House Defeated All efforts to Cut a total $3.5 billion before approving a $66.8 billion defense appropriation 274 to 31 thursday night and sending it to the Senate. It added $150 million at the request of Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird to pay off or variety of operations including increased 6th Fleet readiness in Quot the during the Middle East crisis. Short debate on. Three. Viet Quot Nam War amendments came near the end of an eight hour defense Bill session and was punctuated with impatient shouts of a vote vote a on the House floor before All three were Defeated. Over the last several months the House has constantly refused to go along with any moves to limit . Policy in Vietnam. In anti seniority Battle by Jay Perkins associated press writer Washington a congressional leaders a amp iding but not entirely bowing to Calls for Reform have won a five year Battle with younger members Over the seniority system although giving up some of the Powers the system provided. Reformers fared better on other attempts to change procedures As Congress completed thursday final action on a Bill to reorganize itself. It was the first time Irv 24 years the House and Senate had agreed to change their procedures the changes take effect Jan 3 with the opening of the next Congress. Final action came when the House which spent two months picking halfheartedly at the measure completed action by voice vote. The Senate had. Approved the measure earlier since neither Branch of Congress tinkers with the rules or procedures of the other both adopted their own provisions and accepted the others without a Flange. The measure now goes to president Nixon for his Signa Ture the time hallowed seniority system through which committee rankings Are determined by st a a editors note the big Law firm of America offers its recruits a glowing future erf Power prestige and Money starting at up to $18,000 a year. But that Isnit enough for growing numbers of socially aware Young lawyers. The poor need Law too and they Are leaving the Legal Lucre to see they get it even if they become poor themselves in the process. A report from Apps living today department. By Ann Blackman associated press writer when he graduated from Harvard Law school seven years ago Tony Roisman looked like a Good bet to become a wealthy tax lawyer. Last year he earned $800. But Tony Roisman considers himself a successful Manas Well a Happy one. He and hundreds of other attorneys Are part of the new Breed of lawyers who want to apply their skills to what they fed Are the sore spots of Ameri Ca convinced the phrase a equal Justice under Law is often less than that. The new Legal Breed feels its no longer relevant to find tax loopholes for Large corporations push rate increases for Public utilities or help labor get bigger raises. Instead the new lawyers want to see Legal Aid made available to the poor and Middle class citizens As Well As the Rich. Roisman himself gave up a lucrative Job two years ago. A i decided what i was doing Wasny to important fun sure a but it did no to matter to me if such and such a company got a tax ruling. I was doing the work but i Wasny to committed to it a said Roisman whose Washington firm Berlin Roisman and Kessler is one of the few self supporting Public interest firms in the country. Roisman s wife also a lawyer works in Washington. His decision to forego private practice Cut their income in half. The majority erf lawyers however still sell their skills to private Law firms attracted by influence profits and prestige. Many feel there in t the Challenge or the diversity in Public interest Law. A a in a rather use my skills and crafts in the wrong Way but to the fullest extent rather than squander them away with band Aid lawyers a said Jack Weiss an editor of the 1970 Harvard Law review. But neighbourhood Legal Aid offices. First funded by the office of economic Opportunity Leo up All Over the country. By last june 1,950 Legal Aid lawyers worked out of 850 neighbourhood Law offices in 265 communities. A the Appeal is idealism. They re not motivated by Money a said John Adams director of the Leo Legal services program one Leo Legal services lawyer is Daniel s. Press 27, a 1968 Yale Law school graduate who works with the Navajo indians in the red Rock country of window Rock Ariz. A a it a exhausting work but its exhilarating when you know that if you done to do the work no one else will either a said press who makes $9,000 a year Money a still the Basic problem Public interest lawyers face. Top Law graduates who can command $18,000 starting salary at leading Wall Street firms make anywhere from $4,000 to $9. 000 in Legal services programs. A this is. The main reason for the big turnover in Public interest firms a said Beverly Moore 25, who this fall will join Ralph Nader a newly organized firm Public interest research group pig. Many lawyers concede they will eventually enter private firms. Leo reports most Legal service lawyers leave after three or four years. Private firms themselves Are setting up their own Legal serv ices branches allowing their associates to spend anywhere from 15 to 50 per cent of their time doing a pro Bono Quot work a Legal service work for no or Little compensation. The leafing firms frankly admit the new student ferment and recruitment problems Are a a factors in the increased Public interest work they offer their associates and partners a a it a undeniable that this has Hada fantastic effect m recruiting Quot said Peter Smith the lawyer m charge of the Legal services Branch of Piperata mar Bury. A Large Baltimore firm. Most private firms doing Public interest work Are confronted with conflict of interest problems. While one partner is defending a major Power Plant accused of polluting the Waters another finds himself trying to recover damages for a National wildlife foundation. The tenure of a member had borne much of the Brunt of reformists attacks. Amendments providing for the election of committee chairmen by the majority of the committee failed but reformists succeeded in eroding some of the chairman a Powers plans shape up for big demo rally plans Are rapidly nearing completion for the big democratic rally set for next. Tuesday night october 13, at Chocowinity lunchroom and auditorium according to mrs. Verona Cratch chairman of the Beaufort county democratic executive committee. Mrs. Crate says there will be music door prizes Fellowship and some old timey democratic gospel spread on tuesday evening a Host of distinguished democrats headed by Tom White chairman of then c. Advisory budget commission Walter b Jones first District congressman and or. Leo Jenkins president of East Carolina University will be on hand for the dinner and rally. The dinner begins at of clock. Several other prominent democrats have been invited and a Complete list is not yet available. The Price is five dollars per person. Profits from the dinner Hally. Pagini zip a under terms of the measure a majority of the committee members May Call a meeting if the chairman refuses to do so. Senators Are barred from serving on More than two major committees and one joint select or special committee. A a other changes made will ban secret House voting and open House committees to television coverage. Electronic voting will be permitted in the House con Gress will receive a summer vacation visitors will receive free Tours of the Capitol and congressional pages will tie housed in a dormitory and sent Toa special school. Most of the More significant reforms were added by Amend meats in the it Rise after a More limited measure was permitted by 11 Chise Leader to reach the floor. The attempt at reorganization was started five years ago and a Reform Bill eventually was passed by the Senate House leaders however objected to Many of its provisions and it was never brought Toa vote Nixon came to Florida thursday for the weekend after a european tour and the launching of his Indochina proposals in a nationally televised broadcast wednesday night. He stopped in route to dedicate an oceanographic science Center on skid away Island near Savannah gaunt Agot an enthusiastic Welcome from thousands on the main Street of Georgia s oldest City. In Savannah. Nixon hailed a my Good Friend Quot Hal suit re publican candidate for govern of Georgia and took suit along on the motorcade and boat ride to skid away Island. Democratic gov. Lester Maddox on hand to Greet the president complained to reporters that Nixon was a Down Here for political purposes -. Hihi a i. Thomas Dies Hilary Mcrae Thomas age 61, native and lifelong resident of Chocowinity died late thursday evening in Beaufort county Hospital he has been in failing health for the past several months and a critical illness for the past week. Born june 29, 1909, son of the late James d. Mamie Moore Thomas or Thomas was Davis. He was a member of the Chocowinity Baptist Church a life member of the Loyal order of the Moose member of the improved order of red men and an honorary member of the cd thu Mas. Page 2� books speeches dissenters bite hand that feeds tobacco Box score editors note their bots at Best Seli Erir in demand As speakers which translates into Money and Money is just what Many leaders of anti establishment movements find in their role As dissenters from american society h following is a report on this phenomenon by the a. Long today department. The Washington tobacco Market yesterday sold -258.hm7 pounds of tobacco for pm hts. 96 for an a Era be of $67.18 per 100 pounds the Washington Market to Date has now sold 8,412.618 pounds of tobacco for $6,074.571.46 for an average of $72.21 per 100 pounds. On monday october 12, first Sale goes to Talley warehouse second Sale goes to Hassell warehouse third Sale gees to her Meas warehouse. By Lynn Sherk associated press writer new York apr leaders of the nation s various anti Stab Lish ment groups Are finding that the hand they Are biting is feed ing them too. Through Best Selling books High priced Eturea plea r a aces and other by products of their rebellion the top names of such organizations As the hippies women a liberation and the Black panthers Are grossing profits which have mounted into the tens of thousands they say however the big Money is not lining their pockets instead it is going into the coffers of the various branches of the movement. Its not my role to be Rich. Says Yippie Leader Jerry Rubin whose Best Selling Book a do it a has sold More than 200,000 copies at $2 45 based on stand Ard author s royalties he can figure to earn More than $50,000 Rubin Points out that because his publisher issues Royalty checks Only twice a year he has not yet seen a Penny of profit. But when the Money comes i feb. 1 Quot i May Burn it. 1 May hand it out for free any Way to completely and thoroughly de stroy capitalism a he says a brie Hoffman a. Co defendant with Rubin in the Chicago 7 not trial and a Confounder of the hippies said a when a revolutionary has bread he a got to give it Hoffman s two books a Wood so tick nation Quot and a revolution for the hell of it a both of which advocates his goal a to create chaos in the ruling class Quot have grossed him some $75,000

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