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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - October 26, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather Gale warnings in effect tot rape Hatteras northward generally fair tonight. Partly Ltd b Momiy raw amp a Afvari ii to morning fog Low Toni a mid 10 High tuesday Low to. Washington daily news if you do not got your paper. ,. Dial my lots Between 4 10 and 7 00 o clock and one will a delivered to you. Fight 1w3rnotch Chou not. Hxn0 a a Otto Bop Quot a no w it cd fax to k larva w legislature gop pushes hard in . By Reese Hart associated press writer Raleigh a the Republican party once the 97-Pound weakling in North Carolina elections for seats in the general Assembly is hoping for a Strong comeback this year on the coattails of president Nixon and vice president Agnew the gop is offering 121 candidates for Assembly seats in the nov. 3 election. Nixon was in Asheville recently and Agnew is to speak tonight in Raleigh. Although both Are stumping for Republican congressional candidates the gop Assembly candidates Are hoping that some of the stardust will fall on them too. Ninety three democrats 90 republicans and five american party Candi dates Are battling for 93 House seats. The .33 Senate seats at stake Are being sought by 33 democrats 31 republicans and three from the american party there Are two negro candidates both seeking House seats. They Are incumbent rep Henry Frye a Guilford the first negro to serve in the general As Sembly since reconstruction and James roes. Democrat in Mecklenburg the Rev Joy j. Johnson negro Democrat of far Mont has been elected without opposition to a House sea t from the three county 241 h District of Robeson and Scotland. The republicans Are waging a vigorous Campaign contend my that state taxes can be reduced without cutting state services. Their chief target is the two cent gasoline tax. Enacted by toe 1969 general. Assembly. State Republican chairman James Holshouser of Boone a candidate for reelection to a House seat predicts the republicans will pick up additional House seats. The gop had 29 members in. The House and 1.2 in the Senate during the 1969 ses Sion. House speaker Phil Godwin a Gates and rep. Alien Barbee a Nash were among several Veteran legislators elected without opposition. Many veterans however Taire f see legislature Page 6 Nixon slate Campaign entry is a major political Gamble House democrats expect wide nil it i 1n.t i costs Riis open race for new floor Leader judgement 3rd District race May be �?T68 rerun one of a series by the associated press the race for Congress in North Carolinas 3rd District is at least a partial rerun of 1966, in that it Fea Tares the same pair of candidates. But supporters of democratic rep. David Henderson say their candidate Learned a few lessons in 1968 when he narrowly survived a Challenge from Republican Herbert Howell of Goldsboro. The Henderson backers say he has set out to mend his fences and to make More con tobacco Box score today is the last Day on which to sell tobacco on the Washington tobacco Market in 1970. The local Market closes following sales today. Through last week the Washington Market had sold 9.851.921 pounds of tobacco for 9 7,94 2,011.48 for a seasons average of 171.48 per 100 pounds. Billy Dawson supervisor said today that Quot we thank everyone who has sold tobacco with us this year in Washington. And Well be Back again next year with the same determination and dedication Quot facts with voters in the District. They Point out he has set up a District office at Goldsboro and has spent nearly every weekend since the 1968 race in the District. Howell scoffs that a pm a Nedli has a Only represented two District 18 months out of the 10 years he has been in Congress but concedes a i have made him do a better Henderson s backers also say the congressman a 49-year-old attorney from. Wallace is campaigning harder this time. His campaigns script has called for rallies outside speakers combined campaigning with local candidates television appearances direct mailing billboards and the like. The drive began a several weeks ago with a. Fund raising rally in Goldsboro at which rep. Wilbur Mills d-ark., chairman of the powerful House ways and Means committee spoke in Henderson a behalf Howell a 41-year-old Oil dealer also has waged a full scale Campaign. Rep. Gerald Ford r mich., the House minority Leader was one of those who came into the District to speak in his behalf. The National Republican party has rated the District a prime target area in its drive to win a majority in the . House of see Campaign Page 6 f Bureau re elects _ Whisnant Chocowinity a election of new officers and approval of commodity resolutions saturday night highlighted toe annual meeting of the Beaufort. County farm Bureau m. D red Whisnant of Belhaven a longtime farm Leader in North Carolina was re elected to a fourth term As president. Walter Canady or. Of Paniego was re elected vice president and Josephus Leggett of Washington was re elected Secretary treasurer. Elected to the Board of directors were Pantego township a. T. Keech and John Gaylord Washington township a. C. Gautier and Joseph g. Arnold Chocowinity township Alton Cay ton. And Herman Lollis Bath township Ricks Ambrose and j. D. Davenport Richland township a. H. Paul and John t. Boyd and Long acre township Artis Midgett and Ray pippin approved As delegates to the state convention scheduled at toe sir Walter hotel in Raleigh. Nov 15-18, were Ray pippin Zeno Ratcliff jr., j. D. Davenport m. D. Whisnant a a Ambrose and John Gaylord. Commodity resolutions see farm Bureau Page 6 Venters slated tues. Funeral services for George Edward Venter Sage 47, will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home tuesday afternoon at 1 of clock conducted by or Raymond l. Alexander pastor of the first Christian Church. Burial will follow in Greenwood cemetery at Greenville. The following will serve As Active pallbearers Ronald Lassiter b. A Wingate Billy Wingate James Vernon Harris Bill Midgette jr., and Bruce App la or. Venters a native of Bath diet at his Home in Rockville my. Early Friday morning. Surviving Are his wife one daughter one brother and his step Mother. By Edmond Lebreton associated pre writer Washington a in the midst of campaigning for the nov 3 election. House democrats have begun politicking. Among themselves Over a new party floor Leader aspirants to the leadership Post object of a wide open contest for the first time in 30 years with the retirement of speaker John w. Mccormack of Massachusetts Are already Hunting votes. They will step up the Pace when Congress returns nov 16 up Speaks in Raleigh tonight Raleigh apr vice president Spiro Agnew is to speak in Raleigh tonight to bolster the chances of North Carolina s Republican congressional candidates in the nov 3 election. A rally was set for 8 . In Reynolds coliseum on the North Carolina state University Campus. Maj j. B Kuykendall of the state Highway patrol said he was not expecting trouble from Radical College Elemento Kuykendall said about 80 patrolmen will help with Security and traffic. Raleigh policemen Alro will he secret a de agents with Security. Gene Anderson coordinator for the Agnew visit Sai no More precautions have been taken for Agnew Quot s visit than were made for president Nixon strip to Asheville last tuesday. Anderson also said he was not expecting trouble from Radical College elements student. Leaders at. N. C. State University have urged that students ignore agnews visit. The vice president was to arrive at mid afternoon at the Raleigh Durham Airport on a chartered commercial Jet. From there he was to be escorted be the velvet cloak Motel in Raleigh for a 6 . Reception normally file coliseum can seat about 1.2,490 for a basketball game or similar event however Anderson said the stage used for a concert sunday night could not be moved in time for the Agnew visit. This limits the seating to about 7,000, Anderson said. A it will be on a first come by then they will know How Many and what kinds of democrats have been elected a democratic sweep might shift the existing balance of Power within whip or assistant Leader a southerner with a voting record not wholly typical of his Region Morris k Udall of Arimina and James g. Of Hara both leaders the party ind the Prospect of in the Liberal democratic study various candidates with it. There is no Lack of Candi dates either announced or waiting in the wings for the majority Leader Post being relinquished by rep Carl Albert of Oklahoma Albert is unopposed among democrats for Advance ment to the speaker s chair. Among the aspirants Are Hale Boggs of Louisiana the present along the Suez group Richard Bolling of mis Souri an outspoken critic of present House and party proce dures John e Moss of California. Who also has pushed for changes and Wayne l. Hays of Ohio known to his colleagues As something of a Maverick with a Sharp Tongue. So far. Boggs has been the most Active candidate at least in the open excluding those who will certainly not be in the next con Gress because of retirement or primary defeat there Are about 76 Southern demo crata general to cast in the traditional Mold and about 60 strongly ideological liberals this leaves about too some times called regular democrats most of them Are from Urban areas with Strong party organizations most tend to vote on the Liberal Side on bread and butter issues Many belong to toe dem to so leads ship. Page i sen. Ervin Israel charges defends missile buildup democrats see Spiro Page 6 by Marcus Eua flon associated press writer Tel Aviv apr the chief of Israel s military intelligence department claimed today that Egypt and the soviet Union a have set up one of the most advanced missile systems in the world Quot along the Suez canal. Gen. Aharon Yariv estimated that 500 to 600 missile launchers have had been Cor instructed inside the 30-mile zone just West at the canal in violation of the cease fire ban on improvement of military positions in this zone. He said toe soviet missile system in Vietnam was much inferior to the Suez canal defences. In a rare on the record news conference with foreign ,.Yariv also estimated there Are about 3,000 soviet tech cans advisers and other per sonnet in the standstill zone. At the same time he appeared to confirm. . Newspaper a reports that Washington had just sold Israel a Large Quantity of Armor and artillery. In reply to a question he smilingly admitted that if the reports were accurate a technically this is an important contributions toward offsetting Egypt a new missile advantage. Yariv displayed maps and Aerial photographs which he said showed the missile buildup Yariv claimed that since the cease fire took effect aug 7, the number of missile batteries had increased from 16 to 40 or 56, of these a bout 40 Are inside the standstill zone which extends 18 Miles from toe Western Side of the Suez canal he added he contended that the 500-600 launchers had been placed with i see Mideast. Page 6 m. L. Allen of fungo Dies fungo a Mirrell l. Allen died at his Home Here sunday he was 73 years old. Funeral services will be held tuesday at 2 . At the Pike Road Church of Christ by Keith Tripp. Burial will follow in the Davis cemetery the body is at the Paul funeral Home in Belhaven or. Allen was born oct 7, �?1897, son of the late Willie and George Anna respess Allen he was a Farmer and member of the Pike Road. Church of Christ. Surviving Are his wife mrs Catherine Allen one son Edward l Allen of it. 1, Pantego two daughters. Mrs k. C. Cuthrell of it. 1, Pantego and mrs Hubert Watson or of Hertford nine grandchildren one brother. Henry Paul of it. 1, Pantego two Sisters mrs. Clyde Davis or. Of it. 1, Pantego and mrs. Bill Parvin of Washington. Pallbearers will be Norwood Allen Lewis Allen Grice Fletcher Junior Fletcher Jack Dunbar and Carlos Manning honorary pallbearers will be elders and. Deacons of the Church. Raleigh apr sen Sam Ervin. In said today that if the Republic an party is ethical it will not try to associate Radi Cal protestors with the democratic party he made the statement in a talk prepared for a democratic rally in Raleigh a few hours tie fore vice president Agnew was to arrive in the City Ervin a said it is our responsibility As democrats to condemn any efforts tonight to disrupt his agnews speech at the coliseum. A but vice presides a re Isnit the first vice president to be heckled on a Campaign tour a . A vice president Humphrey was shouted Down by these same extremists in 1968 a toe same ones who have stalked appearances of or Agnew this fall Quot these extremists owe their allegiance to no party a he said a they seem dedicated to harassing whomever is in a position of gov. Bob Scott 4th District rep Nick Galifianakis and the democratic candidates from Wake county also were scheduled to appear at the rally Ervin lashed out against the charges of a Radical liberalism and a big spending a a which Are a two of the issues that the Republican party is seeking to exploit in pm Orth Carolina this n the republicans have been using the a big spender Quot Label against democrats who voted to override president Nixon a vetoes of funds for hospitals Edu i see Ervin Page 6.� by Walter r Means a political writer Washington a president Nixon believe his kind of campaigning May prove persuade be we Iii Vitai Kotchi in the nov. 3 elections and he is testing that judgment in 22 states urging a the great silent majority to stand up and be counted for Republican candidates it is a major political Gamble the presidents late Campaign sprint makes his own prestige one of the issues it puts him out front s vice Spiro t Agnew had been As the visible Symbol of the gop As Agnew put it a a in a tremendously vulnerable to the blame if Republican fare badly. So a now is Nixon himself. White House officials say Nixon decided Early in october to plunge actively into the Campaign. A role he had assigned Agnew from the beginning �?o1 knew he was going to come into the latter part of the Agnew said. Quot the president has Only done a Light Brush across the country Quot the vice president said a a in be been the virtually full time operator a Nixon s Campaign schedule involves a total of eight Days Agnew has been at it since sept 10. The vice president is covering at least 30 state Mon than 30.000 Miles with More than 50 major appearances while the political risk Factor is increased by Nixon s personal in ii Aig Inov hate House official said the Gamble was always see Nixon Page a mrs. Inez j. Of Neal Dies Belhaven mrs Inez Jarvis o Neal died suddenly this morning at her Home Here. Mrs Jarvis born in Swan Quarter april 3, 1898. Was the daughter of the late George m and Lorena Bridgeman Jarvis and her husband was the late James h. Of Neal she is survived by one grandson. It mme h Windie of Belhaven and one sister mrs Flossie Ricks of Pantego funeral services will be held wednesday morning at if of clock from the Chapel of Paul funeral Home in Belhaven conducted by the Rev John Long methodist minister. Burial will follow1 in Soule cemetery near Swan Quarter Lewis sees needs local schools observing National education week As thousands of school systems across the nation join today in opening observances of National education week City school superintendent Jasper Lewis reflected on future education needs in what he predicts will be a Community developing rapidly with a considerable increase in population. A a our most pressing need is a maintenance a hip and storage warehouse a the superintendent said. A the present shop which is located on the High school Campus is an eyesore and is about to fall Down Quot Lewis explained. A it should be demolished and the space used to build a Central vocational building. At present our vocational program is scattered All Over the school site and the facilities Are very inadequate. We need an addition to our High school gym to provide Small group instruction areas for indoor sports and also facilities Are needed for cleaning and. Repairing equipment a Lewis Fumi Timari a the High school Library is inadequate and poorly located Quot he further explained. A next to our need for a vocational Center however is our need for a. Large enclosed student commons area a place where students can gather before school during lunch hours and at other times when they Are not attending class a he said. Speaking of the growing interest in the state to kindergartens Lewis said a we should be preparing now to build additional classrooms or a kindergarten the superintendent also indicated that by the end of the seventies John Smau school will need to be closed and a new building on a new site will have to be erected. A the present building is barely satisfactory and the site is entirely too Small a a he said. In conjunction with National education week City school and several county schools will hold open houses during the week. Eastern elementary was open today for visitation. On tuesday John gotten Tayloe will open its doors to the Public. Charles Inabinett principal at John Cotten invites the Public out to the school for a closer look at what his school is doing to a shape schools for the doors open at f . In the following Inabinett discusses development and present organization at the school Library the Library at the John Cotten Tayloe school has a new look this year. During the summer mrs. Susie Leggett reorganized and rearranged the entire Library. This was made possible because new bookshelves were built giving additional shelf space the lower shelves Are More suited to the Heights of Tayloe school children All of whom Are third and fourth and teacher alike Are finding that the new arrangement facilitates use of the Library since materials Are More accessible. Besides its More obvious us As a place to borrow books the Library serves As the instructional materials Center for the school. In addition to books items such As Art prints film strips sound filmstrip study kits records models transparencies and vertical files later in before student today face and axe becoming involved in issues which their parents managed to avoid until life. Progress in world communication has brought see schools. 6 the worlds no Ito a to the school a front doors. Use increase in wealth Tana the Yam the Opportunity to Given reflect and become involved often denied their parents More and More student feel responsible tor thing outside their immediate lives and now More than Ever before the schools Are called up to provide them with the education they need to face their broadened Reapon of Tatie. It Art work by w. M. Toler
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