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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - September 2, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather i if cd Nidine with a. Mostly afternoon Tona a Bowers and Thun High thursday round 90 1/wt Washington news if you do toil f �0 to amp Ian ii amp Wio Ropo Murtin facts washing ism. North Carolina wednesday aft trn Stril milk Mcgovern says defeat Means All responsibility Nixon s it to pick priorities Aldridge sees hard times in . General Assembly Mega a a Sun tired m live n y Cahit Raleigh a it director Irving Aldridge of the state department of local affairs said today that reduced state Rev Vuchit Ecta a drawing an architect a drawing of the new Plant to it or it Poole equipment company m Beaufort county is being held a bpm Fop anew no. Secretary of Washington chamber of Commerce. A president and Gregory Poole. Jr., president the ground tin King it on thursday on Highway i North at Spring Road enter sect ii be at 2 30 . The Public is invited Quot f ill by amp re gift to right. Ike. Groundbreaking thursday equipment firm plans new facility near Here a nuts re i lifting from the current economic downturn a Means that the general Assembly in nor i Carolina is going to. Have a hard time when it convenes a requests Are going to be up revenues Down. Budget requests Are going to be Cut and important programs left without Aldridge added in a talk prepared for delivery to the opening session of the state al Cio convention Aldridge said this Means a the general Assembly is going to have to set priorities because it will know from the moment it convenes it cannot meet re quests a a a he told the 300 labor Union delegates that they Shoutd let their representatives a in the general Assembly and in con peas. Know what you believe., the priorities arc a Aldridge also said if Ltd a ingress approves a Revenue sharing proposal that could bring si20 million a year to North Caro Lina his office wants the Money to be a Quot Quot used to finance new methods of solving problems we already face a we would Hope that government off totals would not see this As an easy rout to reduce taxes but would Sec it a a Means of opening new doors in solving local needs head of. A Dia pug Between the City of and Ini a a to a of Quot a things Conn will which he v in it us a Nuj it i la it Priori he Iov fut Olgh and a work ers is expert in to be a major Tuple of Hie meeting a the la inc. Capital. V a principal speaker for the meeting will lie Bayard Kustam. Nationally known cud rights Leader who wit the group following banquet thursday. Other speaker will include sol Stein Secretary treasurer of the textile workers Union of a America congressman Mck a Algianakis. Att Gen Robert Morgan and Hoet Wal mayor Howard 1 i a a a a a. Do a a North Carolina firm. Headquartered in Raleigh will build g new facility Here the Industrial development Council of the Washington chamber of Commerce announced today. Richard j Ross president of the chamber of Commerce speaking for the Council said the Gregory Poole equipment company would build a 20,000 Square foot Branch on Highway 17. North of Washington on an eight acre site located at the Spring Road intersection. Raw said the new facility who provide Complete parts sales and service facilities for Caterpillar and related heavy equipment in the growing northeastern area of North Carolinas. Gregory Poole jr., president of the firm said construction will begin in m a re tatty with completion scheduled for the Spring of 1971 prime contractor on the project will be the j. M. Thompson company of Raleigh Poole said the Structure would consist of six service Bays totalling 9,500 Square of a parts warehouse containing 5.700 Square feet and office space of 4,800 Square feet a the Industrial Devdeep mint Council and the staff of the Washington chamber of Commerce has been conferring a a ter pm Tampa for thou new firm would be held thursday afternoon at 1 30 . On the site on Highway 17, North and that the Public is invited a Graham Elliott chairman of Abe Industrial development Council made the first Contact with the Poole firm and did. Extensive work on this or. Ross commented today he also commended William r. Abeyounis manager a it of the chamber of Commerce and his americans seek flue cured heat Suburbia Sal it is suspended Raleigh a it because of a glut to marketing and retry with officials of to fake firm for staff Farr work Ross carried out Fri of bin a de Bisier More than three years said today. A we Are highly pleased that leaders of this Fine company have made the final decision to locate in Washington after looking at several other com m u in t ies a Quot r Oss co to rented. The chamber president said from the Poole build Branch facilities Here company to operations in the event of vain groundbreaking will be postponed until Friday september a at 10 30 tags helps r Ella Ven a n Teg o a Rea ecu squad Lions sell Candy a beef up by Brooks Jackson associated i \ i iter Washington api the just completed census sketch of America has a familiar look it fir id me Quirog a Stu fail of 197. Fled As b. A i think it is an abdication of nil i a a a in i 4 Uii a in in Peirce the hath n on the president a a do South Dakota Democrat Quot today All during this file Bate the White House Mes Page a to a we a of to Ifo Jne Nooi he a. Gelling us nut Hein charge Don t try to influence judgments or provide any guide lines at All give him a tie hand a and. He Senate voted for a the president Mcgovern said made a mistake initials Quot a Ign i 5iwiiug.lhc Wjk Styc a. Sum of the Deci ankh when to end he War he has whatever ego Salt faction i one x from Detruit Stan my Thini he it running the show that he s running the Tow. Senator said i ii e War Quot to i a Tea Joi and 1 Don i no that sex f alter that Quot Quot or the r Ai pm by own Brown will direct of in response to coach Mike Mcgee s Effort to a beef up his East Carolina University football team Texas Gulf Sulphur company of Aurora presented the pirates with a 1,000. Pound. Black Angus steer. The donation was made in response to the steer a year program started by coach Mcgee in which area cattlemen donate beef on the Hoof which eventually ends up on the football squad s training table. Dave Edmiston. Assistant general manager of Texas Gulf a phosphate operations and Hayes Gregory farm manager presented the steer to coach Quot Mcgee at Ficklen stadium sunday afternoon following the present on the steer was carried to a commercial meat processing firm for converting into steaks and other cuts of beef for the squads training table. Or. Edmiston said he was proud of the dynamic growth and other accomplishments of depicts a nation of 200-plus Mil Quot lion persons in search of warm weath far Suburbia the nation s full scale portrait won t be unveiled unlit the final official tally is completed and. Sent to president Nixon by dec. Al buttts. Ursi Aitay i Isreil. Announced tuesday by com Merce Secretary Maurice h stans provides a Good preview it is surprisingly unsure pcs my backing up what the census a Bureau had projected All along on the basis of the old i960 Fig yes and subsequent spot samplings. It shows a a nationwide total of 2ix> 263,72l persons counted so a far. And Likely to go to Between 204 and 205 million by the time such still uncounted categories As overseas servicemen Are added. The Bureau had projected 204.8 million for last april 1, the Date the census was take California grew a the most 11 in opera turn Sale leg flue cured tobacco will be suspended on All operating Bells next week the one week Holiday was decided a pot tuesday by the m do Straw Ide flue cured tobacco Mark ii my Quot committee Mitef a. Ute a it Fri tree recommended it. T he sub of Mvi tee i feta ref it heard reports that several buying firms have been unable to obtain sufficient Fabor to re. A Charles pants l if i be slav a but he has Quot the great Wjk a tical b it Hazard of making a dec Isusi that at Best is gang to be t on Aii Trow Siam and unto pupae a there s. No Way to Back out of that in k of i its a is Cowrt or Lee Payne to time tax. Accountant passel away tuesday morning at his Home he had been in failing health fur the .past-10 years or Layne. Son of the late or Charles m Ami Coro Murp Tiv Payne was born in Concord he Belhaven the Belhaven Lions club sometime ago voted to Aid the Benji Adams fund by Selling Weatherly sold fashion Peanut Brittle All profits from this project will go to the fund. According to a l a a Gus Gaylord chairman of the special committee to expedite this project plans have been made for the Lions to Canvas the City of Belhaven to sell this Candy. The Belhaven Lions club it of hold its regular meeting thursday at 7-on and begin their canvass at around 7 30 a see steer. Page Iii according to or. Gaylord the Pant ego Raritan club has agreed to assist the Lions club in this project by canvassing the Pantego and free Union areas with the Candy for Sale. The Candy Sells for $1 50 with All profits going to the Benji Adams fund Weatherly sold fashioned Peanut Brittle is Well known in Many areas of the United states and especially in our area the Candy is made from North Carolina peanuts by the w. H. Weatherly company in Elizabeth City w. H. Weatherly president of the company is Well known in Belhaven and Pantego As having married the former Dorothy Aycock of Pantego. The w h. Weatherly company was organized in 1892 in about 1900 the company expanded into the wholesale grocery by mess covering All of northeastern North Carolina _ including Beaufort and Hyde counties in %4 the firm sold its wholesale grocery operations arid special Klizing in manufacturing Peanut Brittle to feb Weatherly company supplies Candy to customers throughout the United states a Lions spokesman explained that on june-19, Quot Benji Adams sustained serious injuries As a result of an automobile a w la a Joge Luj a Titan dust Ralph m Brown vice president of North Carolina phosphate corporation and m out handing civic Leader Wilt head the Industrial division of the 1971 United fund Campaign it was announced today. To this capacity rown win coordinate All Industrial manufacturing agencies in this years drive As an All out Effort will he made to insure maximum participation on the part of those concerned _ in commenting on his appointment Brown stated that a a. I feel it a great Honor to be asked to assist in this worthwhile United fund Endeavor and pledge my very Best efforts to the Brown further issued air Appeal for Industrial manufacturing interests to join with me in seeing to it that this year s drive is the Best in the history of the United fund. I am confident by nearly a million to 1#.7 Mil a a i a n i a a Quot Washington in i Brown. Paui. Lion to replace new York As the most populous state. Americans moved toward warm weather Florida and Texas joined California As states with More than a million population growth along with the colder but already teeming states of new York and new Jersey. The largest percentage increases were scored by Nevada with 68.9 per cent Florida with 34.7 and Arizona with 34.8. Suburbanites outnumber residents of inner cities for the first time thirteen of the 25 largest cities in the 70 tally had lost population including Chicago. Detroit and Baltimore. New York held about even big gain. Ers were the warm weather cities of los Angeles. Houston Dallas san Diego san Antonio and Phoenix. J i i a a r Iii ill1. F i i a i cd i 111 Pupu .1 u i in #11 it ii it \ i from 15 million to 10 million did migration patterns continued from the Center of the a Ron to the coast and from South to North ls<4 census Page let parents at the age of 16 in his business career he was assistant. Cashier of the old saving and Trust company and was later office manager tor Janie Ellison wholesale in w e. Laugham co. And f and. E motor company before opening an office As tax accountant which he continued until his retirement ten a inv ago or Payne was married june ii foil to the former miss Mary Mace of Baltimore. My. Who survives. Funeral. Services will be a i at the graveside it Cedar Grove cemetery thursday at 3 on with fhe Rev. Edward Shari Rector of Christ episcopal Church at new Bern officiating. Serving As Active poll Lucan is will get Tim Payne. Sam u a -Long-.-.sam. R. Towle 11 a Crawford Mann. A Diavid Rios son. And Fred of Watker or the tidy will remain at the Oden funeral Home until 1 to thursday. To san nor rats for jul Thor highest Tunnel Taylor receives military honors goal Freedom to choose Romney opposes freed suburban mix by Ken Hartnett associated press writer Washington a Secretary George Romney of the department of housing and Urban development says it would be a mistake to attempt to Force integration on the nation s suburbs besides. Romney said in an interview with the associated press the Nixon administration s authority is limited in forcing changes in housing patterns a we Are moving. We Are taking More affirmative actions than have been taken previously Quot said the former Michigan governor a but we re not going to the Point of taking authority we done to have or undertaking to Force integration. I think it would be a mistake to undertake to Force integration m asked if he thought his arguments were similar to those raised against Federal intervention in the school desegregation controversy Romney replied a no. I make it very Clear we Are opposed to the goal of Hud policy Romney said is a Freedon on movement the right to choose the ability to choose a Romney whose wife Lenore is the Republican candidate for the . Senate from Michigan ran into an emotional storm Over the housing question in july when he visited Warren virtually All White Industrial suburb of Detroit. Residents believed their City was a target of a Hud initiated Inte ration Campaign Hud denied that Warren was a special target but communities such As Warren Are typical of literally thousands of virtually All White residential centers close to Job opportunities but removed from convenient Access by minority groups clustered in Central cities Romney who m the past has been passionately vocal in his comments on the need to Bridge the dislocation Between jobs and housing was muted m his comments during the interview he a spoke slowly and picked hts words with care however he called a this dislocation of people this inability to find housing within a reasonable distance of jobs and places of daily activities. Our most sensitive and explosive domes tic the Secretary said he Dis agreed with those including economist Miles Colean who maintain that the administration already has the authority to Cut off Federal funds to communities with discriminatory hous ing policies c Olean headed a presidential task Force that recommended withholding funds for such things As water and sewer line construction if a Community persists in barring Low income housing. �?o1 just done to think they Are right in that respect Quot said Romney who noted that his department is seeking legislation designed to keep communities from barring federally supported housing for discriminatory reasons. A a see housing. Page 11 tobacco Box score Market yesterday sold pounds of tobacco for Quot 1212.147.37 for an average of 173.01 or lit the Washington Market to Date has now sold 3,283.608 pounds of Toby ceo for 12,372,huf.29 for an average of t 72.25 per too Hilly Dawson supervisor advises a tomorrow is to last sales Day for More than a week. All tobacco Market Over the state will be dosed All next week to allow retrying plants to catch up a on monday. September 14 first Sale goes to sermons second Sale goes to Talley. Third Sale goes to Hassell warehouse. The state award Quot highest North a r Liu iary a pro or to the two distinguish a service medal was presented to Quot a retired guardsman during tuesday nights Drill at the focal National guard i. Col. I wikis Lavern Taylor. Drotz tent Rourm pit Faiwl he was commissioned a second 1 lie a Lenann a for m it and was released Iron a ave spa Nice is first of a is lieutenant. He became a m the Are a a a11-El military police Bat Olion and a for Mer City Quot , he s awarded the distinguished service medal for i in it in is in High lie rejoined. Ote. New the tray Cyiril army National guard with the Field Artilho re Bra Foron. And it a s Landing leaders p in the National guard Fromtfo-19� until his Early Quot Quot last Mouth. The a Ward presented major general Ferd i. Davs the adjutant general or North Carolina was accepted by i a col Taylor a son. 2d it la Ouis l Taylor or it col i. Convalescing from an illness at his Home 205 w 15th is. And. Was unit Joe to be Preseau for the ceremony. Of col. Taylor enlisted in the National guard s 113th of a ekk artillery battalion ten Days january 195 was Lahep Active do a is executive t nicer Battery a.-au3t. Hid j s Bab n or us the kor err i 1 it t a pct hts j. Release from of five service in j str for i g8ii4, und served . Until his a Tiren vent flt coi Taylo is an Industrial development representative for North Carolina in charge of the Washington regional office under North Carolina s department of and it
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