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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - October 13, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather generally fair after some Anc it nine Cla dimm and of a a 11 it�,11� fit a to in essay. He a n i be fall no it w a a a 4 n but in tire 80� Washington daily news if you do not get your is is Het Van a so and 7 00 o clock and one will be to Liv red to you established 1909 eight pages Washington North Carolina tue 0.aht or Corr Sun Pat in . School Case f Justice Black f accuses lawyer \ Nixon voices support for Goodells opponent Bill to limit to radio j campaigning is vetoed e Washington api Justice Hugo l. Black Long a foe of racial discrimination. Lashed out angrily tuesday at a civil rights lawyer and accused him of zoning decisions raises made by Council on Campaign Nal sponsors sen. Rotter p to Riff in. R Mich. The assistant gop Leader said flatly the Velo will be sustained Quot Tulp bit deserved to he be Jfhn fam said but sen John d past Ore. D k 1. And another prime sponsor of the Legisla i Ion. Said Nixon had blocked Quot a major Effort to Stem the spiralling Cost of campaigning for Public office via the electronic Media Quot the american people will be in it w i it it h my Vas a political writer Washington map presi seven cents for each vote cast or the office involved in the previous election or irm whichever was higher a a Jornia a mint cover Candi a mrs fed a Russ w liter Washington up presi Dent Nixon heading Back to the Campaign Trail in Earnest has Prowd two Piti Swint Spiro t. Agnew in voicing kind words for the conservative who Hopee to unseat new York s Republican sen Charles f. Goodell Nixon however stopped Short of endorsing the conservative party candidate. James l. Buckley when greeted by nearly i my Buckley partisans during a Brief Stop late monday at the West Chaster county. X \ Airport. Nixon was asked Are you for or buckley1&Quot enabling him to include a dress shop contiguous with his present operation the request was denied. A smoke Mobley requested an area on West fifth Street near Talley implement co. Be rezoned from b-3 to 1-2. The planning Board instead recommended rezoning to 11 and this was the final request Mads to the Council. This was also denied or and mrs bit reel Clark represented by attorney Jim Vos Burg were denied a request to Amend a r-8 zone in the Northwest Section of the City to allow a Mobile Home Park on a special use permit m the extraterritorial area of that Section. This request involving court action this Friday since the Clarks Are already living in a trailer in the area was also a see Council Pago 8� by Walker of qty familar _ special interest zoning requests dominated debate and decision in the monthly meeting of the Washington City Council Here last night. The Council denied three requests concerning business establishments. One dealing with a trailer Park and approved one request for a Lawn Supply business City officials continue to dates for president vice presi Dent senator representative governor and lieutenant governor Nixon s veto message issued monday while the president was appearing m st Pitford and . Conn. On a barely it is guided Campaign Mission said the Bdl fell Short of its laudable goals and Quot threatens to make a a Quot a few if ago the losers unless i ingress Over rides the veto Quot he said the Bdl would limit spending will be Quot very Tough Quot to Muster the necessary two thirds vote Hart was one of the Yiirs Quot Ergi express a desire to accommodate individuals but say they Are prevented from doing so by what they interpret As the letter and spirit of City zoning regulations. Action taken affected the following individuals and their requests a John Myers requested his present location with a Flower shop on East main Street be rezoned from r-6 to b-2 considered american women balk at buying Midi styles App Rivta Nixion replied pressed to is Femme How president said. A the leave it at that right no it a in Washington., meanwhile the Senate s top. Republican leaders turned out at a fund raising cocktail Bash for Good Scott to speak at Bath saturday to Floc ppr Lis tie Greely a i top Senate Leader Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania Republican sen ate whip Robert p Griffin of Michigan Senate party policy chairman Gordon Allott id Colorado six Liberal Gap senators and several other Well wishers the affair was at new York gov Nelson a Quot Rockefeller s opulent Washington Home Rockefeller who Haa a said he Eil do m Ca a it it Hei i a Laa cd k fight Waguiu it democratic rep Richard i of linger and Buckley. Did not attend. Quot i think Charlie s a great Republican Quot said son Edward w Brouke of Massachusetts Quot we re going to do everything we can for filth affair were Sens Mark Hatfield of Fregon. Tobacco Box score the Washington tobacco Tita i Ket yen Terra y sold 2k 1,198 pounds of tobacco for tlm.atfi.2i for a Quot a average of fit hit per i i pounds. T he Washington Market to Dale Lias Bow sold h.8m.2ii pounds of tobacco for. Sfi.2tt.5l<.?l for an average of $12.13 per too pounds. Billy Dawson supervisor reports that in Washington yesterday companies were buying tobacco As High As Kif per i i pounds. However a great drat of Low Quality tobacco was on the warehouse floors. In wednesday first Sale goes la a sermons second Sale goes to tatty third Sale goes to Hassell warehouse. J. E. Copeland d ies monday Pike Road a Johnnie a Copeland or 74, retired a a ploy of Weyerhaeuser com Pany died monday in the fungo in the future recycled effluent May be your drinking waterspout Hernblom to Midwest Farmers
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