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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - October 27, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaA associated press writer Washngton a Larf tir years the pulses of consumer or Ever is not the fault of the1 age american or Beaufort Ltd housewife. If More Rocana Are the victims of e tension since Woodrow Ion they Are also the of better food or clothing better housing better health. Union filed suit billions of dollars Worth of each year. Weather Gal in mini in a Effort far coastal watch from Capa hat Teros North variable a Nudi Imi will moderate Lempenau turn mrm Ign. Wen Neasy. High a a Low so. Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Deal 946-2145 Between a a and 7 00 o Aleck and Mac 111 a Alvarad to you. Established 1909 eight pages Washington North Carolina tuesday a of noon october 27, 197p daily except sunday by Nixon 1970 drug Bill signed by Mark Brown associated press writer Washington a Peai Dent Nixon today signed a drug Bill aimed at drug and narcotics pushers asking Public support for an All out fight against drug use by Young people enforcement tools provided by the new Law plus the support of All citizens May a save the lives of thousands of Young people who might otherwise be hooked on drugs a Nixon said a in order for the Laws to mean anything they must Viva the support of the Public Quot he said. The drug Bill eases somewhat the penalties for narcotics and drug users stiffens penalty left for Gress f professional drug traffickers than a and extends Federal controls Over previously unregulated drugs. Nixon addressing himself to a fall of you who May he seeing this signing ceremony or hearing it.,"1 said drug use among people is a major National crisis. The ceremony took place at. The downtown Washington Headquarters. Of the Bureau of narcotics and. Dangerous. Drugs. The new Law de Emph Alixes ducks the crime of possessing is a Juans from a felony to a Misdemeanour but senators and represent la Tivit with White House backing wrote in stiffer penalties for pushers of narcotics and dangerous drugs tightened res Trie Lions on their Tegt Tiffit tip and manufacture and armed Federal narcotics agents with a no Knock a search authority. Inclusion of the no Knock provision which allows officers with a warrant to enter a premise without announcing them selves sparked s minor filibuster in the Senate and a fight in the House during the year and a half the Bill was before con on final passage less month before the congressional elections the president got what he wanted. Included in the Law is a provision for a study of marijuana effects Federal officials Hope will be Given the same respectful response As the 1964 surgeon general s report statistically linking cigarettes and lung cancer. Until that report is .in., one year from now the Nixon administration Remote in the words of ally. Gen. John n. Mitchell a a diametrically of punishment of drug users in a posed Quot to any relaxation of Laws Wor of educational programs prohibiting Possession and use aimed at preventing a person. From taking up the habit. It re see drug Page ii Agnew says goes in state have Good Issue by Richard Daw associated press writer Raleigh a vice president Spiro Agnew said monday night Republican general. Assembly candidates in North Carolina a a have an excellent issues nuisance taxes on cigarettes soft drinks and. a i can to get into your legislative races beyond a saying that a Agnew declared in a Brief aside during a speech to a capacity crowd of 7,000 persons in. North Carolina state University a Reynolds. Coliseum. The Rice president had come to Raleigh to bolster a gop drive to Cut into the democrats 7-4 margin in the North carotid house1 delegation. He predicted that republicans would gain control of the delegation to provide a solid proof that a full fledged two party system has set its roots in the great state of North Carolina,.,�?� referring to North Carolinas Tex. Situation Agnew said he had. A faced the a same problem in Maryland when he was governor. A instead of levying Irbite Ting Little taxes that drive everybody up the Wall Quot Agnew said a we reformed the whole Tex Structure to give Relief to hard pressed local governments property and nuisance faxes were going up out of a that tax Reform a sent $100 million of new Revenue to the cities and of Maryland. A new legislature in North Carolina can do equally Well a the vice presidents coliseum speech came after a. To minute visit to a lion per couple cocktail and Buffet attended by about Mil persons. From the time he arrived at Raleigh Durham Airport for a warm but sedate Welcome the vice president saw no sign of dissent. About 300 persons cheered and applauded As he waved to them at the Airport and then Shook hands As he moved along a single strand of Cha in holding Back the spectators. Thousands who get in the coliseum heard Agnew a. Speech on a Public address system. Republican officials said they had distributed Between 18,000 and 20,000 tickets each Good for the admission of two persons for the 7,�000 available seats Raleigh fire department inspectors ordered the coliseum Coon closed when the 7, 000 figure1 was reached an hour before the scheduled Start of the rally. What dissent there was at the coliseum and in the1 surrounding Campus area Wasny to visible to Agnew. Several Hundred persons attended an outdoor a free peo pelts dinner near the . State student Union building As see Agnew Page 8 Frenchman swede get Nobel prize Stockholm apr the 1970 Nobel prize in physics was awarded jointly today to a Frenchman and a swede at the University of californians san Diego Branch but the swedes wife refused to Wake Hue up to Tell him he was $40,000 Richer Quot its too Early in the the wife of prof. Hynnes Elfven told a newsman who telephoned their Home in la Jolla at it a . Post. Nhis toe Early a has still mrs Elfven Hung up then took the phone off the Hook. Prof. Elfven shared the prize with Louis Neel of Grenoble University. The last Nobel award of the year in chemistry also was announced today and went to a native of Paris now living in Buenos Aires Argentina prof. Luis f. Lenoir for his discovery of sugar nucleotides and their role in the biosynthesis of carbohydrates. Elfven was honoured for a fundamental work and discoveries in Magneto hydrodynamics with fruitful application in different parts of plasma physics a the Royal swedish Academy of sciences announced. Neel was cited for a Funda men Tel wort and discoveries co Erro magnetism and Ferri magnetism which have led to important applications in solid state Alveno works alternately in. The United. States and at the Royal. Advanced technical school in Stockholm. He once threatened to emigrate to America unless the swedish government gave him a professorship with adequate funds for his re search in. Plasma physics. The government complied. Neel 06, is a native of Lyon and a a graduate of the Ecol no male super Eure in Paris. He worked at the University of Strasbourg s Weiss Laboratory for research in magnetism from 1.982 until 1945 when he went to Grenoble. There he is director of the National Advance school of electro Technics hydraulics radio electricity and applied mathematics. Other Nobel winners this year have been Paul a. Samuels on of Massachusetts Institute of technology for economics american agronomist Norman e. Bor Laug the peace prize russian novelist Alexander Solzhenitsyn for literature and american biochemist. Julius Axelrod British biophysicist sir Bernard Kate and swedish physiologist Ulf von Euler for Medicine physiology. A tobacco Box score the Washington tobacco Market ended the 1971 tobacco Selling season yesterday As it sold 90,939 pounds of tobacco for $58,938.86 for an average of $64.92 per 100 pounds. For the entire year the Washington tobacco Market sold 9,942,860 pounds of tobacco for $7,101.048.14 for a seasons average of $71.42 per 109 pounds. Billy Dawson supervisor again on behalf of All Market interests expresses a pre Catlon to All those who have sold tobacco this year in Washington. President Nixon is seeking a tighten Gap of tradition Winter nears ii s Job against the autumn sky,., its Fob Complete Corn somewhere in the county awaits the machine which will take its fruit to staff photo by i itch Floma a i stalk of feed Manor. Housing Outlook 89 escape from jumbo High mortgage rates will continue Bankers say Jet fire by David Burke a business writer Miami Beach Fla. A mortgage Bankers seem to agree the Long awaited housing upturn has begun and will go on Many of them predict High mortgage rates will continue but some expect a slight easing soon. Several experts interviewed Here monday at the mortgage Bankers association convention also said they see Uve Federal government playing an increasing role in housing. Some claim this is taking away incentive from the private sector but others argue that private Enterprise Aloha is unable to meet the nations housing needs. A it done to feel there will be a big reduction in mortgage rates for a while to come a said Ever Ett Mattson senior vice president with the Houston based Lomas 8c Nettleton co. Another banker Claude e Pope executive vice president with Cameron Brown co. Of a see housing Page 8> 50 years set Viha by de Walker or. City editor Beaufort county has been with Esau of and a participant in a world which has progressed rapidly since 1.915 that fortunes have been made in the business of treating the various conditions of Gas acidity and. Ulcers resulting in the stomach alone. The Rise of Alka Seltzer to classic to commercials however is not the average american or county americans Are the More tension since Wilson they Are also beneficiaries of Bette better and a of this took cooperative Effort. The scientists gave us see Honor. Page t on Brand name products Little test data six of 50 years of standing Are today tor their staff photo by g. David Wallace writer of consumer organizations have quickened at the Prospect of getting a peek at what the government the nation a biggest pure a ser knows about Brand name products. Now after a 12-month Survey the government has found it has test and experience data readily available on Only three items hearing aids surgical soap and tree marking paint. that disclosure monday after president Nixon formally committed the government to releasing some of the information it gets As it buys oods year. The president instructed offi to Silt through and release t data but there remained a question of just How much useful consumer information in the study that preceded Nixon s executive order government agencies estimated to presidential consumer assistant Virginia Knauer that Only one tenth of 1 per cent of what the government buys is tested Brand name product. A i was startled and those on my staff were startled at How Little tested Brand names the government used a said mrs Knauer at a news conference monday. The hearing Aid information actually already is Public. It was released after Consumers Force the data out of the veterans administration. And the other items soap see test data Page $ London a the 89 passengers aboard a 747 just arrived from los Angeles Slid Down escape chutes today when the jumbo jets inner port engine burst into flames. A we looked out the window and saw a giant Flash and a huge Sheet of flames a a one passenger aboard the pan american world airways plane said. The passengers some in near panic took off shoes and wrapped themselves in blankets for the slide several suffered minor cuts and bruises. Two fainted. Capt Bob Marshall the Pilot said he planned to restart the engine to snuff the fire but decided to open the escape hatches when some passengers grew a it it a. A if the fire had occurred in flight i could Haye put it out by increasing the revolutions of the engine a a said. A the plane had been on the ground about two minutes the Federal aviation administration in the United states earlier this month praised the 747�?Ts safety record and said engine overheating was not a problem that statement came after the National transportation safety Board said 747 engine fires had been caused by Quot near critical temperature conditions a it. Urged the Faa to act to prevent recurrences of incidents such As had occurred aboard 747s belonging to american airlines and air France. One pan am spokesman said he presumed that in today a incident the engine had overheated after Landing mechanics at Heathrow Airport began taking Baa plane Page 8 resuming off year campaigns by Frank Cormier Cresela Tod of Jusas writer Washington a Peai Dent Nixon h resuming his ener Getic off year election campaigning after Clearing the Way for a Heads 1 win tails you lose verdict from the voters on nov t Well m Advance of Nixon a departure for Republican rallies tonight in the Florida resort cities of Palm Beach and Miami Beach press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler spelled out for the first time the chief executives precise Campaign goal a to see How closely we can tighten the Gap of tradition. A those 11 words could mean Nixon is lowering his election Day sights and has abandoned Hope of a Republican surge next tuesday or they could signal a White House Effort to set the stage for Post election claims of a triumphal Nixon intervention if gop cond dates make Only a respectable showing Ziegler stated monday that traditionally the presidents party loses about 30 House seats in off year balloting and fare Well in the sen re amp of. He noted As has Nixon in some Campaign speeches that 120 years have passed since another president Zachary Taylor entered the White House a As did Nixon to face a Congress controlled by the Opp Oei Tion party Ziegler s message was dear Nixon la fighting Uphill because All presidents elected from Taylor to Nixon went into off year factions with the Benefit of it re Tiona jul worrier thus it would Reen. The White House will be prepare d to speak Well of Nixon s efforts on the stump no matter what happens at the same time Republican Hopes of gaining control of the Senate have faded in recent weeks. Yet Nixon doggedly continues his Campaign for Republican candidates of his choosing whether they Are front runners or underdogs and when he does no to care to identify with gop candidates he stays away a As he has in new York Montana Washington and Virginia each with either a seemingly unbeatable Democrat in the Saddle or a Friendly and Apt to succeed third party candidate or Independent in the running against gop opposition. By White House accounting Nixon will have campaigned in 21 states by election Day. He will not return to the White House until after the balloting. Because some writers have called this unprecedented the administration has assumed a defensive posture. Ziegler de dared that the late president John f. Kennedy had campaigned in 11 states and 24 cities in 1962 before his endeavours see Nixon Page 8i blasts Rock synagogues Rochester . A explosions rocked two synagogues today and authorities said there appeared to be a connection with the bombings of several buildings Here 15 Days ago but they said there waa no direct evidence of such a connection. A the bombs exploded within 10 minutes of each other at Temple. Beth Sholom and the Light of Israel sephardic Center six Miles away. No one was reported Hurt but damage to one synagogue was set at $40,000 to $50,000. Dist. Atty. Jack b. Lazarus of Monroe county said a the circumstances would make it seems there was a link Between the bombing of the synagogues and the earlier bombings. Quot but that a Only speculative at this Point Quot he said. Police commissioner John Mastrella said chemical tests were being made to determine what kind of explosive was used today but added that preliminary observation indicates it was dynamite
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