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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - October 14, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather variable cloudiness tonight with scattered showers possible thursday Simsy tonight in Akk huh thursday Low to mid an Washington daily news if you do not get your paper Deal 948-2145 Between �10 and 7 00 o clock and Tow will tie delivered to yet established 1909 fourteen profs Washington North Carolina wednesday am noon october 14 1970 daily except sunday Quot Early today bomb blast hits Harvard City announces gunman gets 4,050 in Hackney paving or it Dan Haney associated press writer Cambridge mass apr a bomb blast Early today heavily damaged the Library of Harvard University Scenter for International affairs a government subsidized research Institute that was assailed in leaflets distributed to students the night before no one was injured in the explosion which was preceded her the City of Washington today announced an extensive Street paving program that will take place Between now and next Spring. Quot Edward a. Wyatt a Washington City manager said the streets will be curbed and uttered and paved As a result of petitions filed with the City by property owners. All the streets Avenue Bank robbery Here before High court school argument telephoned threat it would go off it blew out windows shredded Concrete and Bent steel ceiling rods on the third floor of the building which was broken into and defaced by members of an Antiwar group last fall police said leaflets denounce government foreign a exploitations Quot were distributed to undergraduate students in dormitories at Harvard and Radcliffe tuesday night. The leaflets first appeared monday night police said when they were passed out in Harvard Square by youths authorities identified As members of the students for a democratic society. The explosion was the latest in a rash of terror bombings across the country some of which the Radical Weatherman a militant offshoot of ads has claimed credit. Harvard or Cambridge police made no statement linking the bombing to Radical groups or other bombings in the nation. Damage to the Harvard Center was described by Archibald Cox As a a terrible Cox is a former . Solicitor general and now a Harvard Dean he spoke for the University president at a news conference on the Campus shortly after the explosion. Newsmen were barred from the building state police it. Joseph Sainato a bomb expert estimated damage at $40,000. The leaflets distributed read Quot this is the scenario for All of Southeast Asia. Set up and underwrite right Wing pro-. Governments Slaughter the communists and their sympathizers. Westernized the Economy for . Investment. Thus the . Is As integral As the . Army for controlling and exploiting Southeast the Center founded in 1958. Is concerned with International affairs including economic development arms control and european studies it houses students studying underdeveloped nations. Robert Bowie director of the a Center described it As an academic building and said less than 20 per cent of its operating Cost came from the Federal government. The University said the centers operating budget last year was nearly $900,000. The centers last annual report said 15 per cent of the funds came from the government and most of the rest from private foundations such As the Ford and Rockefeller. Quot the Center does a variety of research on defense policy a but none of the research is Classi fied. Cox said. Reacting to the current wave of bombings which began with the destruction of a statue in Chicago oct. 5, local state and Federal authorities have moved to halt the terror attacks. President Nixon ordered the Fri to probe the bombings Airport authorities have intensified Security and tuesday the general Ster vices administration ordered increased patrol at All federally maintained civilian installations. Earlier this week William c. Sullivan top assistant to Fri director j. Edgar Hoover warned that Radical groups might turn to political Kidnap Ings As a new tactic in a drive to overthrow the government. Are now dirt Earl w Bonner. Washing tones director of Public works said the projects has been let to contract with the j s. Hill construction company of Washington he said the cur Bing and guttering would be done Between now and Christmas and that the Street paving itself will take place next Spring when the weather is proper for that Type of construction. Streets to be paved include Boston Avenue from seventh Street to ninth Street respess Street from 15th Street to Oak drive. Hillcrest drive from existing pavement to stewarts drive Maple Street in Runyon Creek apartment area Eden drive from Lawson Road to Northwood Road Beaufort place from Lawson Road and Reed drive from existing pavement to Alderson Road. In third Day by Barry Schweid associated press writer t Oba eco Box score the Washington tobacco Market yesterday sold 271,411 pounds of tobacco for �181,853.52 for an average of $67. I per 100 pounds. The Washington Market to Date has now sold 8,965,625 pounds of tobacco for $6,453.37i.2 t for an average of $71.98 per 100 pounds. Billy Dawson supervisor says a a lot of Low Quality tobacco is showing up now. But All Paidos continue to sell on thursday first Sale goes to Talley second Sale goes to Hassell third Sale goes to sermons warehouse. Washington apr the government told the supreme court today the neighbourhood school system should not be used As a subterfuge to avoid desegregation. Quoting president Nixon a statement of last March. Solicitor general Erwin n. Griswold emphasized the president had said neighbourhood schools Are the Quot most appropriate based for Dis establishing a dual system. Quot he did not mean it was the sole method or sole require Griswold said at a hearing on major school desegregation cases Quot Many methods a re available including truly impartial zones the pairing of schools the closing of some and the expanding a of others and so the concept of neighbourhood schools has become the primary Issue in the court s three Day look at the school situations in Charlotte Mecklenburg county . Mobile county Ala. And Clarke county a. Griswold said Quot school boards will have not done enough if they simply desegregate neighbourhood he said they Quot must make decisions that will overcome discrimination a both in Charlotte and Mobile he said the school boards have not done enough about Mobile specific Ely he said a plan devised by the department of health education and welfare intended As temporary but ordered imposed permanently by the . Circuit court of appeals in new or leans would accomplish the it his Stab ashment of the District s dual school system though Only a Griswold accused the Mobile Board of using Quot dilatory tactics Quot to evade desegregation the subject of neighbourhood schools has been the chief topic of discussion during the hearing the emotional situation became particularly evident tuesday when Justice Hugo l. Black whose opposition to racial discrimination has never been seriously challenged told a Black lawyer from the a act Legal defense and educational fund Quot i Don t like this trying to condemn a whole Way of living a the fund lawyer James m Narit Iii had argued that Quot this neighbourhood school concept is really a fiction Quot that is he said the Charlotte Mecklen Burg county ., school Board had used zoning and school location techniques mostly to preserve segregation not to Perpet uate neighbourhood schools Black told Nabrit. Who was supporting a massive busing plan Quot How can you rearrange the whole country you want to haul people Miles and Miles to give them equal per in the schools. A the1 neighbourhood school concept has become the fir line of defense for attorneys defending desegregation plans the civil rights lawyers say do not carry out the 1954 supreme court desegregation ruling. Leaders arrive for in birthday . Over situation a prominent democrats talk Over the situation at the democratic. held last night at Chocowinity school. Pictured left to right Are congressman Waller Jones mrs Verona Cratch. Beaufort county democratic chairman j Slang Tell Lilly. Beaufort county democratic candidate for county commissioner and Tom White Eha ii of the n. C. Advisory budget commission the principal speaker. A it staff photo by Litchfield by Tom. Huge associated press writer United nations n y apr world leaders gathered today for the 2sth birthday of the United nations and Canada launched the commemorative session with an appraisal of the forums achievements and failures. Foreign Secretary Mitchell Sharp of Canada told the 127-nation Assembly that Mankind sees Little cause for Comfort in the United nations today As he looks out on strife torn world. Police cars and patrol boats on the East River guarded the land and water approaches of the world organizations Headquarters As chiefs of state and government and Cabinet minis ters assembled for the anniversary. Inside the . Buildings and the big four quest for a solution to the Middle East crisis. The chief . Representatives of the United states Britain France and the soviet Union met for two hours tuesday but reported no Progress in the Middle East logjam. They will meet again oct. 28. The United nations began its ice in 1 at 14 it fair to open Friday Raleigh apr the i03rd annual North Carolina state fair will open Friday morning for a nine Day run. Built around the theme Quot Salute to agriculture a the fair wih Honor families owning the same Farmland for 1.00 years or More. Exhibitors in 32 divisions will win More than $90,000 in prize Money White republicans wont Quot some say it is stylish to join the Republican party Well my word for it is ignorance a it was Tom White the old warhorse of the democratic party pouring it on last night at the Beaufort county democratic dinner and rally held at the Chocowinity school. Or. White former state senator and chairman of the advisory budget commission said Quot the republicans wont fool any Good he added Quot we Are the party of the faithful and we Are a faithful party. When he first came to Congress. He said now once again i say to you. That every vote i cast in the Congress will be what 1 feel a majority of my people he had flown in from Washington. D. C. Yesterday where he voted for the farm Bill which passed the House or. Jones asked for the enthusiastic support of the people on november 3. The dinner started off last night in the Chocowinity High school lunchroom with More than 200 attending. The rally was moved to the auditorium. Precia lion for the attendance and the enthusiasm shown. Senator White reviewed the history of what has happened in his lifetime each time we had a National Republican administration. Quot it has meant trouble a he said and he said Quot some of the great symptoms of the great crash of 1929 Are with us right congressman Walter b. Jones got in a few licks ahead of or. White. Or. Jones once renewed a Promise he w. R. Roberson or. Introduced or. Jones and Ashley b Futrell introduced or White. John Morgan was master of ceremonies. W. F. Veasey gave the invocation and c. A. Williamson mayor pro tem of Chocowinity gave the Welcome. Mrs Verona Cratch chairman of the Beaufort county democratic executive committee expressed her a most Beaufort county officeholders attended. Representative Archie Burrus came from Manteo Bill Smith Wick Hyde chairman and Hugh Winslow Pitt chairman were in attendance. Arthur Tripp Highway commissioner was there several mayors including or Charles Boyette of Belha Ven Ray Brooks of Bath Frank Bonner of Aurora Jesse Spruill pro tem of Washington were. Present. Mrs. Mary throughout the 18 acres of lawns and gardens. U n fire collections watch following a warning from an Fri official that anarchistic groups might try to Kidnap. Vash Quot a in Heads of state attending the ses department and the rescues in squad ask All of the it Ople in William c. Sullivan toe As and Beaufort Distant to the Fri director gave the warning in a. Speech prepared for delivery to a group of publishers and. Editors but when he gave the speech he omitted the reference to kidnappings. No reason was Given the Celebration running from oct. 14 to 24, will mean blocked off streets for new yorkers and less police Protection for the City. Some 8,000 policemen have been assigned to guard More than 40 Heads of state or government and about 100 ministers of Cabinet rank expected to attend soviet Premier Alexei n. Kosygin and cuban prime minister Fidel Cintro apparently rank Cam Era photographs robber Winfield n. C. Democratic. N a Tion a 1 com. M i to teen Oman was there it was a real democratic gathering and or. White and mrs. Jones accompanied their husbands mrs Norfleet Hodges announced a meeting of the Beaufort county democratic women for wednesday october 21. Congressman Jones will be the speaker. Have decided not to attend the commemoration. But authorities still have the problem of guarding such leaders As president Nixon British prime minister Edward Heath and emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia Secretary of state William p Rogers is scheduled to begin talks Friday with visiting foreign ministers including russians Andrei a. Gromyko. The meetings come at a Low Point in county to please report to the local department or to notify author ties c once r n in g anyone who a Totea to collect for any Cah for fire or Rescue says Fred Potts. Fire chief. Or. Potts said. Quot it seems that someone has started a new Racket by trying to Cohen to tor a fire or Rescue Quot Call after one has been made. Quot the Washington fire department has never or will never attempt to collect for any form of assistance from the people of Washington or Beaufort county Quot Potts said. If there is a fee or charge of any klnd.1t will be handled through regular Channel s in toe City office the chief no danger nov Air manhunt i underway for robber by Tom spam or i editor a police Hunt for a gunman who robbed the Hackney Avenue office of the Wachovia Bank a Trust company Hen late tuesday was underway in Eastern North Carolina today the gunman entered the Bank just minutes before the 5 closing tune and demanded $4 500 a Teller gave him $4.050 and he left without counting. Mrs Ruby Raddy. A Teller was pulling Down one of the minds when the Man entered die Bank she told police the robber pulled Down the other Blind and handed her a note saying Quot i want $4.5no Quot after getting the Money the robber forced mrs Raddy. Adrian Carawan. Bank manager and Sherman Haddock. A customer into a rest room at the rear of the building. No one saw the robber leave but mrs Braidy told officers she saw him give what a Jeared to be a signal to someone outside the building after be entered leading officers to believe he was signalling an was accomplice or accomplices. Police gave this description of the gunman he was White about six foot six inches tall weighed about 220 pounds wore a White shirt Blue pants a Hunting Cap and rough leather boots he had Bandage strips on his right Cheek and on his Chin. They said the gun he a toted ice item like a a a Eyer a at first police thou i int the robber or robbers h. I gotten away in a car stolen from the Smith Mills Pontiac co car lot which was discovered missing at about the same time the robbery occurred but the car was found later and it was Learned that it had been Tasen by some local youths Symth Mills is located five blocks from ii minx i to body found in Woods Fairfield the body of a Bear Hunter missing in the a Xis near Here overnight was found Early this morning As searchers resumed the search for him Coroner Pratt Wiliamson of Tswan Quarter said death was from Natura cause a James Hoke. Or of Conover and three others including his son. Were in the area to Hunt a Bear they saw seven hears while in the Woods tuesday morning a and he returned. To a the Woods alone afternoon when he -failed1 to return late in the Day an air and land search was launched but it failed to locate him and was called off Urti Daylight this morning Hoke and his party were Hunting just West of Here on property West of the Simmons Motel a a a a a a the body was taken to the Williamson funeral Home in Swan Quarter 1 really to keep clean Aii Quot we ask everyone to be on the Lookout for anyone trying to make a collection or accusing the Washington fire department of attempting to charge anyone at the scene of a fire or Rescue Call Quot or. Potts declared. Third of a series a news special by Yvonne Baskin associated press writer Raleigh apr done to get a match to those piles of leaves you Rake up in your Yard this fall. It s against the Law. Open burning of trash whether in a municipal dump or in your backyard has been outlawed along with the emission of Black Clouds from industrial1 smokestacks in North Carolina s first concentrated program to preserve the Quality of the states air. Tie states new air Quality standards went into effect july i and air pollution control officials figure it will take at least three years and billions of Dol Lars to bring every Industry municipality an a dilution into Romp i it Nee. Unlike the s efforts _ a Timit water pollution which began if year ago North Carolina did not have an Agency Lution Are. Quot we do not now have a rela Lively significant air pollution problem a pair problem is to keep it that Way a said Wii and Knight chief of the air Poilu Tion control division. Is to la we Yew define Deal with the authority to make and enforce air Quality standards until 1967 when the department of water and air resources was formed. A major part of the work of the departments air pollution control division to Date has been to determine just what the Quality of North Carolina s air is and where the sources of pol air Quot we need Long Range dab for All seasons in specific place a a permanent network of Aii monitoring stations to deter mine the mean annual concentrations of various pollutants ii the air of a Given place a Knigh said knights division recent completed a set of Quot emission it see pollution. Page 14�
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