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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather tacit of nigh sunday rom dish ssi mor a lilt t ii4th< 9"iid.m his a a 14m-� to it night m �0 Washington daily news if you do not of your paper dial m4tlu in win a so and j 00 a clock or of Urit will bad bpm al to you. Established j909 fourteen pages Washington North car Una saturday afternoon october 24, 1970 except sunday be 4 % amp Security l ight chilean Congress elects marxist by William f Nicholson associated press writer Santiago Chile apr Congress today elected sen. Salvador Allende a marxist who has pledged to bring socialism to Chile As president for the next six years. Police and troops imposed the tightest Security in years during the balloting made necessary when Allende won the sept 4 presidential election but failed to get the required majority the vote was 153 for Allende and 35 for the1 runner up candidate former president Jorge Alexandri. A conservative Independent. There were seven Blank ballots Only five of the 50 senators and Iso House members were absent. As congressmen voted streets outside the dark Gray Congress building was cordoned off and police helicopters clattered overhead Security was tight Venedi because terrorist tried to assassinate the army commander thursday. Among the absent members was Allende who stayed Home confident in Victory. He was entitled to vote or himself had he being driven to the defense ministry the57-year-old general was in grave condition at Santiago military Hospital today following two operations to remove three bullets from his neck Chest and . The attended. Four others were ill. Congress broke into applause As or Thomas Pablo a member of the now ruling Christian democrats who is Senate president. Announced the result senators and congressmen of duende s a popular Unity Quot coalition of six. Leftist parties stood and Sang the chilean National Anthem results of that vote were rushed to Allende a state of emergency was declared throughout the country thursday after Gen. Rene Schneider commander in chief of the chilean army was shot and critically wounded by four or five terrorists As he was education week has seized up to 40 suspects in the assassination attempt and. Has instituted censorship banned demonstrations placed the armed forces on maximum Alert set up roadblocks around Santiago and imposed a Midnight to 6 . Curfew. Leftist political Organiza flow have charged that the on Schneider a life was the work of ultralight groups in a last ditch Effort to Block Allende s election by Congress. As provided in Chile a Constitution. Congress met today to choose Between. Allende and the see Chile Page 14� two pills Eastern to Host taken off first open House Market al re r. R ram n veep says he tries for humor by h. L. Schwartz i associated. Press. Writer Hartford. Conn. Api vice president Spiro t. Agnew says he wants to be humorous in his speeches but in a political Campaign it is sometimes difficult a to be funny without being Agnew in a relaxed mood made the comment Friday As his chartered Jet sped him from one to yet another of the fall Campaign appearances that have caused his critics to accuse him in his own words of being a a a peddle of the vice president was on his Way from Tucson. Ariz., to Hartford Conn. In Tucson he had defended Nixon administration economic policies and attacked a Radical in Hartford he lambasted the americans for democratic action and new Yorkus Republican mayor John v. Lindsay. Agnew flew to Erie pa., today for an Airport rally before returning to Washington and a one Day rest in Advance of the final Campaign push next week that will take him hopscotch ing into the South and. Possibly to the Midwest on a six Day swing. It was Only the second time since his Campaign travels began sept. 10 that Agnew came to the rear of his plane to Chat see 14 Hackney meets of goal for�?T70 the Washington City schools join with schools across the nation monday in observing National education week october 26 through 30. Each school in the City system will hold open House on an assigned Day of the week. Eastern elementary will kick off the Observance monday with its doors open to the Public at 9 . The theme of american education week this year is a shape schools for the Sam grist principal at Eastern feels this is exactly what his school is doing. Among the Many innovations now underway at Eastern Are Multi level classroom assignments open area team teaching cooperative team teaching special Reading programs and others designed to better educate children for the world they will face in the 70�?Ts. A these innovations however Are merely organizational in. Nature and Are of no particular value unless there is a faculty with sufficient dedication to make them work a grist commented. A we have such a faculty at easter a group of teachers Ever willing to follow the theory of a off with the old and on with the new if the new provides the Means of better meeting the needs of children a the principal said. A at Eastern it has Long since been our theory that learning need not be Drudgery in order to be meaningful a grist continued. A the Happy faces of the children attest to the fact that we Are making every Effort to make this a practice rather than a theory. Even the see schools Page 141 certain to four agree to seek take time by Lewis it lick asset rated Presa writer Washington a it a Veteran Diplomat s Crisp remark summed up what Many believe today about prospects for president Nixon a bid for peaceful Competition to improve world conditions Paul Henri Spaak of Belgium president of the United nations ral aaa Ammy a fit Extension of cease fire slaying suspect guarded we press 3 countries Well in Case of threats involved Sion in 1946. Was asked if Nixon a Appeal to the Kremlin delivered in a u n. Speech Friday a is Likely to Lead to anything a not immediately and not Here Quot Spaak said a a it a a Long v Quot by g. C Thelen or. Associated press writer Washington apr two i n r. Re. . A leading Uranas of Oral contraceptives Are being discontinued because some dogs Given High doses developed benign breast tutors. The food and drug adminis ration said however there is no evidence linking the two brands to human breast disorders and a no cause for patient alarm.�?�, Eli Lilly amp co. Discontinued a Queens and. Upjohn co. Withdrew Provest after beagles Given up to 25 times the human doses of component chemicals developed breast nodules at an earlier age and in larger numbers than control dogs not Given the drugs. The nodules were not cancerous. A the findings in beagles cannot be directly related to human said Charles c. Edwards commissioner of the Fra. Quot nonetheless it is prudent to act on information which differentiates these drugs from other Oral contraceptives the two products account for Between 15 and 20 per cent of the birth control Pill Market Industry sources said. Other brands do not contain the chemicals linked to the breast tutors the Fra said. A the two contraceptives offer no advantages Over other available drugs which would justify a possible additional risk a Edwards said. Patients were advised to continue taking the two brands until told otherwise by their physicians. The companies told doctors to switch women to different Oral contraceptive brands or other forms of birth control. Both companies maintained see Pill Page 14 the top Moscow representative at the 25th anniversary session foreign minister Andrei a Gromyko was strictly noncommittal. �?o1 want to study it thoroughly Quot Gromyko said of Nixon a speech he added Quot we Are still firmly for Nixon himself dearly did not expect any speedy development wiping out what he portrayed As the Post world War ii pattern of big Powers jockeying for maximum advantage in every situation. He said the deep , differences have caused a much of the world a a and the grievous troubles Quot and improved relations Between the see Nixon. 14 mrs. Almaree e. Davis succumbs mrs Almaree Eldridge Davis age 65, of Maryville Tenn died in a Newport term Hospital at Midnight Friday following a critical illness of 10 Days. She had been m failing health for the past year mrs. Davis was a former resident of Eastern North Carolina where her husband the late demos we hrs. A 18, who died dec. 11, 1951, served As a Church of Christ minister at churches in Washington Williamston and Plymouth. Mrs. Davis was born in Knoxville Tenn. She was employed As a seamstress at the minions department store in Maryville for a number of years surviving Are three sons Dennis a. Davis of it. 1, Pantego David e. Davis of Nashville and Wayne w Davis of Grundy a. One daughter mrs. Charles Wingfield of Newport Tenn. 14 grandchildren two Brothers Edward Eldridge of Johnson City Tenn. And Lerbert Eldridge of Knoxville Tenn. Two Sisters mrs. James Forrester of Knoxville Tenn. And mrs. Lester Vaughn of Maryville Tenn. Funeral services will be held at the Poplar Chapel Church of Christ near Jamesville monday afternoon at 2 of clock conducted by Lawrence we a Woodley and Dolan Baker Church of Christ ministers. Burial will follow in Oakdale cemetery Here. The following will serve As Active pallbearers Oscar Ayers d. C Gurkin Lea non 4m-mv1s, Page 14 by Mug Willis associated press writer Santa Cruz. Calif apr armed guards in pairs Are posted around the clock at each Corner of the building in which a Young Man is jailed on charges of slaying five persons execution style sheriff Douglas James and his deputies said they know of no threats against John Linley Frazier 24. But Are taking no chances Frazier pleaded innocent Friday at a tightly guarded arraignment on charges of murdering or Victor Ohta 45, his wife Virginia. 43. Their sons Derrick 12. And Taggart. 11. And the Eye surgeon s Secretary Dorothy Cadwallader 38 the armed deputies were stationed at the three Story downtown building housing the jail and sheriff s office a few min utes after Frazier was booked there on five counts of first de Gree murder deputies admitted Only per sons a with urgent and. Necessary business flood lights were installed for extra Secundy. Sheriff Douglas b. James news conference was held outside to announce details of Frazier s capture at Dawn Friday in a former a one cow milk barn Quot a a half mile Frodo the Mohtas 1250,000 Flagstone mansion on a Hilltop overlooking Monterey Bay. Frazier had lived about two plans show need for shelters the Beaufort county Community shelter plan which is described in a supplement of today a newspaper indicates a Lack of Public fallout shelter Protection for some people living in the Eastern and Southern portions of the county Earl e Alligood civil defense director said today a there is Public fallout shelter Protection for 29,723 of the people living in Beaufort county. The problem pointed up in our Community shelter plan is that not All of this shelter is located where it is needed a the director said. According to the director the Short Range solution to this problem lies in the use of Home fallout shelters by citizens for whom no Public shelter is available. The Long Range answer to the problem lies in the department of defense sponsored fallout Protection in new buildings with practically see supplement. 14� months in the shabby 6 by 4 foot shelter in a Gulley strewn with wrecked automobile indies. An investigator said he was asleep and offered no resistance when captured by two deputies a to measures by saying. Quot we be Over had a prisoner like this for the arraignment the Santa Crux courthouse was cleared of visitors and officers checked credentials and searched news men and spectators before and Milting them to the heavily guarded building policemen from four neigh Boring cities strengthened the guard Force and frasier was driven from the jail to court in an enclosed Van escorted by police cars Frazier a bearded 5-foot-7 High school dropout was shoe less and wearing leg Irons but no Handcuffs my Hen a appeared before municipal court judge Donald o. May. Asked if he understood his constitutional rights Frazier told the judge �?oyar1&Quot Quot when asked if his name was John Emley Frazier he whispered Quot yes a asked if he is known by any other name he replied firmly Public defender Gary Britton entered an innocent plea he was appointed to represent Frazier and conferred with him within minutes of when he was booked. Judge May set a preliminary hearing for 16 wednesday. Reject ing a Mot ton by dist a t by Peter Chang or for an addition al Day s delay to allow presenta Tion of the Case to the grand jury Frazier it would Send the into Superior court without the necessity for More preliminary municipal court proceedings Chang said he believed the killings could have been the work of one person he told newsmen the murder charges stemmed from information from three of Frazier s hippie Type acquaintances whom he refused to identify plus statements let Frazier s estranged wife. To. A to. The shanty where Frazier was arrested is separated by a ragged Ravine from the luxurious estate where the five victims were bound blindfolded shot to death and dumped into the swimming Pool a typewritten note left under see slayings. Pag.? 14 sister Dies mrs Ivy v Dixon age 46, of Newport news Vav sister of mrs Garland Reddard of this City night in Wilson memorial Hospital. Mrs Dixon had been with her Mother mrs. F. H. Wain Wright in Green Villa for the past month due to illness termed critical for four Days funeral arrangements Are not Complete at this time j. A. Hackney amp sons inc., in coordination with local United fund leadership today announced the results of their 1971 Plant Campaign. Hackney employees have pledged Over 36,600 toward meeting 71 United fund goal. This pledge represents 164k percent of the total local Campaign goal the support of the local United. Fund by Hackney Quot a employees had its beginning in 1966. In 1966, and All years since this company has been the Leader of the Industrial division in percentage fair share giving. A the employees have never failed to meet their fair share goals and have in fact exceeded them by rather substantial amounts for All five years Quot d. Thomas Boyd Plant manager explained. The company wide average for the 1970 Campaign was. 109 Quot percent of the established fair share goal. Hackney a Effort in support of the Washington United find is the switching hour of a seasonal Moulas Martin Zanesville Ohio reminds you to switch you clock Back to Standard time when you retire tonight. United nations n y apr the big four Powers have decided to press Egypt Jordan and Israel to extend the Middle East cease fire past its nov 5 expiration Date that done they will work for a re a sumption of peace talks with an Eye toward eventual settlement of hostilities d n Secretary Genera i u Thant announced the decision Friday night after a 34 hour working dinner in his office suite with foreign ministers an Drei a Gromyko of the soviet Union and Maurice Schumann of France. Foreign Secretary sir Alec Douglas Home of Brit Ain and u 8 Secretary of state William p Rogers also present was Gunnar v. Jarring of Sweden. Thant s special represent live for the Middle East. The ministers were in new York for the 25th anniversary session of the United nations jarring. Sweden s ambassador to Moscow was recalled a week ago to try to resume his peace Mission which broke Down aug 25 when Israel charged that Egypt was violating a military standstill agreement by moving antiaircraft missiles toward the Suez usual Thant s statement issued by a u n spokesman in his behalf said Quot Quot a the four foreign ministers it see mid East Page 14 George Venters Dies in my. George Edward Venters age 47, of 624 Carr Avenue in Rock Ville. My died at his Home Friday at 7 20 a apparently following a heart attack. Or Venters was born in Pitt county april 7, 1923. Son of the a late Claude r and Mai Garet Gurganus Venters he made his Home in Bath for a number of years and was a graduate of Bath High school he lived in Greenville for several years and later moved to Rockville where he had made his Home for the past eight years or Ventera was the Secretary treasurer of the Barbers local no 239. And operated a Barber shop in Rockville. He was a Veteran of world War ii. Serving in the us. Army and is married to the former Arcene Cox of Nebraska in 1951. Surviving besides his wife Are a daughter Lisa Venters of the Home one brother Claude e Venters or. Of Hyattsville. My and his step Mother mrs. William Rumley or of this City funeral services will be held tuesday at 1 p m in the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home Here with the Rev William Haney pastor of the Bath Christian Church officiating burial will follow in Greenwood cemetery in Greenville. Eye on White House Wallace pushes hard for big win spearhead drive a a. Hackney 4c sons inc., announced today the company s in having pledged Over 86,800 toward meeting the annual United fund goal. The pledge represents 164k percent erf the total local Campaign goal. Spearheading the drive this year were Hackney employees front Joe Wall William Bass buddy Harris Theodore Hopkins backed Smith Wendell Mccloud and Claude photo by Litchfield j conducted entirely by its pm following to say about this Pany. We would like to employees. Departmental captains years drive a the United fund Phaize strongly a very specific organize and conduct the has become a matter of Pride Campaign. Boyd had the and tradition within our com see of Page 14 by Rex Thomas associated press writer Montgomery Ala. Apr there is Little doubt if any that George c. Wallace will be elected governor of Alabama again nov. 3, but he scam of lopsided Triumph. He is counting on a White backlash to Roll up a solid majority against or. John Cashin a negro dentist and. At the same time turn Back the Challenge of other Black candidates running with Cashin. Wallace who carried five states As a third party presiden tial candidate in 1968, has kept alive the possibility of another for the White House two years from now. He does no to want the record to show he could barely win in his own state. Cashin running under the Emblem of the predominantly Black. National democratic party of Alabama which be founded two years ago concedes be has Only an outside Chance but says the Nipa can elect negroes to the All White legislature and put More Blacks into office in the county courthouses. Negroes already control the government in one Rural county Greene. In another. Macon they ruin boar ithe sheriffs office and tax collector a office and dominate City Hall in Tuskegee. The county seat. Even in defeat Cashin and the Nipa candidates could influence the outcome of local elections. The party has put up a full slate for state office thus giving Black voters Many of them illiterate the Chance to vote a straight ticket and reduce the risk of splitting their ranks. Ironically the straight ticket drive could bring the defeat of Fred Gray the Only negro nominated for the legislature by the regular democratic party. Despite Wallace a Appeal elsewhere for a massive straight ticket vote for his party some of his followers have spread the word to vote for Irby the Republican instead of Gray the Democrat Wallace has four other challengers in the governors race All White and including a great grandson of a former governor who has resurrected the old whig party but he has singled out Cashin As a your Alabama has Only about 330,000 negro voters compared with about. 1.3 million Whites but Cashin could run Wallace a fairly close race if negroes showed up in Force on election Day and a substantial number of White voters stayed Home. The former governor almost lost the democratic nomination this year to a onetime protege. Gov. Albert Brewer. The present governor beat Wallace in the first primary but the sex presidential candidate came from behind and won in a Runoff four weeks later he did it by charging that the negro a bloc vote went solidly for Brewer and warning that a if you let them elect a governor they la control politics at the state Cape tol for the next 50 i a Cashin says a vote against Wallace on nov. 3 a is a vote for the american dream Quot he appealed to voters who opposed the former governor last Spring to a do it campaigning on the Steps of the state Cape tol he told a Small crowd a let every one of you out there Black White Rich poor establishment anti establishment Rise up and say on nov. 3�?�?~Alabama first not George the first because George is a Man to whom you do not make a dimes Worth of that was a Takeoff on one of Wallace a favorite slogans of the presidential Campaign that there Wasny to a dimes Worth of difference Between the two major parties. Another candidate for governor former state sen. A. C. Shelton of Jacksonville has Dis see Alabama. 14
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