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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - September 3, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather variable r Oudino and quite warm through Friday we Tai scattered mostly afternoon and evening thundershowers lows 80 highs 90s Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial mu-2145 Between 4j0 and f 00 o clock and one wll be a Vered to you established 1909 fourteen pages Washington North cd round Twu spat Bah we u�o40ay teamsters Union pension aided by Cha editors note the operations of a huge teamsters Union pension fund has been under steady Federal scrutiny for several years but apparently unbeknownst to the government. The fund is benefiting from Federal housing administration programs As detailed. In this dispatch from the a special assignment team. An a news special by Dick Barnes associated press writer san Diego Calif. Api a the Federal housing a do Inis traction has made More than 130 million Worth of transactions in the past two years involving a giant and Oft investigated teamsters Union pension fund. The government official who approved the arrangements including one of the largest loan guarantees Ever made by the Fhay since has become presi Dent of a subsidiary of a corporation partly owned by the pension fund the transactions All involving the Fhay san Diego office. It ame to Light during an a it dated Presa investigation. The Cha in Washington says it does not believe it knew at the time of the transactions that they involved the teamsters unions Central states Southeast and Southwest areas pension fund a the nation s largest labor management pension fund. The transactions include a insuring a $16 million land development loan to a company whose Stock is held by the pension fund. The guarantee constitutes 70 per cent of an entire Federal program. It is among the 25 largest guarantees Ever made by Cha under any program. The Agency said. A arranging at least $11.8 million in 3 per cent subsidized Loans to san Diego corporations ultimately one fifth owned by the pension fund insuring a $3 28 million loan at Market interest rates for another such Corpora lion. This teamsters pension fund commonly called the Central states fund. Has. Been the subject of numerous government investigations. Teamsters president James r. Hoffa was convicted of mall fraud in connection with Central states fund dealings a Federal grand jury is probing the fund s financing of a massive los Angeles land development project. A lengthy series of Federal court trials in new York concerns alleged kickbacks paid to get fund Loans. Despite this attention from government investigators the fund was Able to Benefit from a Sec teamsters. Page 10 Israel May Boycott peace talks by Marcus Eli Amin v associated press writer Tel Aviv api informed sources reported today that the israeli government probably will Boycott the Middle East peace talks at the United nations until the United states takes a firm line supporting i Raele a charges of egyptian cease-fire1 violations. Premier Outda Meir and her . Preparing Public statement on missiles Parade pickets crowds Concrete to Greet Nixon mexicans evidence of Hyde fish kill Case Hoffa May hearing scheduled be squeezed on spraying ban pow film brings Joy to Carolina by the associated press a Jun of a a ii Rickii prisoners in North Vietnam has brought Joy to two North Carolina families which believe they recognized sons. Mrs. Richard Milikin or. Of Charlotte who had no idea her son was still alive said husband and i watched i could Tell it was my son As soon As i saw him a it was a very Clear picture. They showed him twice. It was a Christmas Church service in 1969 and he was singing a song. He looked thin but mrs Milikin said a Friend from Miami telephoned to Tell her a North vietnamese prisoner of War film would be on a television network news show monday night. Her son capt. Richard Milikin Iii was reported shot Down Over North Vietnam aug. 20. 1966. A the was listed As missing in action chances not Good a said mrs. Milikin. A this Jet exploded. It took a direct hit a or. And mrs. Bill Robinson of Robersonville had heard from their captive Sony airman Billy Robinsons previously but were just As elated As the Milikini a after seeing the film. A the looked exceptionally Well As if he was holding his Normal weight a said Robinson of his son who was shot Down sept. 20, 1965, while on a helicopter Rescue Mission Over South Vietnam. Mrs. Robinson said she and her husband had been worried about their songs health since he wrote last year he had. Had an append Ecloy the Robinsons have had several letters a year since their songs capture and. Received a see film. Page 10� Raleigh apr a hearing will be held in Wake Superior court tuesday to determine if a temporary order forbidding Carolina sprayers. Inc., of Farmville from continuing crop dusting operations in areas of Hyde county should be made permanent. Director George Pickett of the state department of water and air resources announced Superior court judge Edward Clark had signed the order after 2,000 to 3,000 fish were reported killed in Hyde near where soybean crop dusting had been carried out. Assistant state agriculture commissioner John Reitzel said the firm would be permitted to continue spraying operations if pesticides Are not dumped directly into Waterways. Reitzel said Farmers crops in the area would be destroyed if chemicals Are not used to control Worms Corn ear Worms and cabbage Worms. Quot an investigation has shown Toat Dot add Parathion Sevin and other chemicals have been sprayed in the area Pickett told a news conference. Sowers requests reconsideration Raleigh a the director of the department of conservation and development today urged the state government reorganization subcommittee to reconsider the idea of splitting up his Agency. Roy g. Sowers jr., in a statement prepared for delivery to the group said a on the face of it i admit that a separation of conservation functions from development functions sounds both logical and appealing. A Sowers said one of the reasons for the popularity of the idea is that a Industrial development has become something of a culprit in the growing concern Over the environment. But he said conservation As a Force in state government would be much weakened if relegated to a separate department. From Union by Nei Gilbride a labor writer Washington a Early mane vering for the teamsters convention next year indicate the unions imprisoned president James r. Hoffa. May finally be squeezed out. Acting teamsters president Frank e. Fitzsimmons Hoffa a hand picked stand in is letting it w known that he will run for the$lq0,00o-a-year presidency of the 2 million member Union the world largest if Hoffa is a unavailable a Hoffa is not Likely to be available. He is serving an eight year sentence for jury tampering in the Federal Penitentiary at Lewisburg Astill Appeal ing a five year mail fraud conviction and already has been turned Down once for parole. The betting in the Union is that Hoffa will have a slim Chance of succeeding when he comes up for parole again in March probably his last Chance to win Freedom before the teamsters presidential election at their convention in Miami Beach next july. Two of the most powerful of the unions 12 vice presidents have already pledged a Fitzsimmons their support for him to run for president in his own right inside sources said. The two Are Einar Mohn who Heads the Union s West coast division and Murray w. Dusty Miller head of the teamsters Southern. Conference. Some sources speculate that Hoffa could win reelection even if he is still in prison but Mohn and Miller Are reliably reported to be opposed to letting him run. A source close to Fitzsimmons said either Hoffa or Fitzsimmons could easily win election but the decision on who the candidate will be is most Likely to be made among the powerful vice presidents on the unions ruling executive Board. A move to nominate a still jailed Hoffa is Likely to split the Board and turn the election into a wide open fight a Prospect that teamsters leaders Are Likely to want to avoid. Fitzsimmons reportedly has. See Hoffa Page 10� Cabinet met again today to consider lbs question As Israel issued its ninth complaint charging More egyptian movement of antiaircraft missiles into the Suez canal cease fire zone. The sources said continued abstention from negotiations would be aimed at appeasing defense minister Moshe Dayan who some israelis believe will quit the Cabinet if ambassador Yosef returns to the talks with u n envoy Gunnar v. Jarring before the United states gives Public support to israelis charges a the defense minister is not making it easy for golds a wrote columnist Yoel Marcus in the newspaper Haartz a the has Given to understand that this is for him a matter of principle and that if his stand is not accepted he can no longer Bear responsibility for defense poli Tekoah returned to Jerusalem last week after Only one Day of the talks and so far there has been no sign of his returning to new York. It was reported in Washington that the United states today told the soviet Union and Egypt to Stop violating the cease fire. And american officials were preparing a statement which would acknowledge publicly evidence of the egyptian missile buildup. Elsewhere in the Middle East Syria joined Iraq today in. Threatening to Send its military forces against the jordanian to defend the Palestine guerrillas observers in , k Naid ered the syrian threat like the similar one Iraq made tuesday and wednesday to be largely psychological although the bulk of the syrian is deployed along the Southern Iron or 70 Miles from Amman the syrians have been markedly reluctant to fight the israelis either Dur ing the 1967 War or since. And while they finance the al Saika guerrilla organization they make it use Lebanon and Jen Dan As the springboards for its raids on Israel to minimize the threat of israeli retaliation against Syria. Quot a a p a the jordanian government rejected the iraqi threat but the fighting in Amman Between the guerrillas and jordanian troops subsided wednesday after five Days of shooting anniversary today Marks the anniversary of the �?~191 that strut Quot k Washington a devastating blow. Edmund 11. Harding recalled that the Bridge across the Pamlico River was washed away and that damage Here was put at of million. Or. Harding says the late Frank a. Moss in a gasoline speedboat sailed up in the first Block of North Market Street to the area where Vannus studio is now located. He said the Norfolk South Ern docks were also washed away by the High water and Strong winds. F a _ by Frances Luwine associated press writer Coronado. Calif t a it a a big Parade pickets and a crowd officials predict will reach mkt Klure president Nixon and mexican president Gustavo Diaz Ordaz in this Seaside City today. The two presidents and 700 vip guests including former president Lyndon b. Johnson were gathering for a White House style state dinner Nixon is giving Diaz Ordaz tonight in a display of Mexicali american Friendship decorations bleachers and welcoming signs were up and 65 marching units were poised for the Parade along with Beauty Queens and horse riders City officials have been working hard to make this a warm Welcome with a big turnout and All the ceremonial trappings to Lamia s meant Nial As Well As the visit of the presidents hundreds of free buses were put into service All Over the county and Down to the Border town of Tijuana to bring visitors to this Community of 16.000 the Normal 60-eent toll on the new $47 million Coronado Bay Bridge was Cut to. 10 cents or one peso for the Day mexican currency was being accepted for he first time on the Span that links san Diego and the Cut a Row ado Peninsula Nixon s Bubble top limousine was brought in for his mile motorcade timed to follow he Parade after noontime arrival ceremonies at North Island naval air station Nixon planned to helicopter from the Western White House at san Clemente some 60 Miles away after a morning meeting with the six members of the Senate finance committee he is seeking the committee s Aid in moving his stalled family assistance welfare plan to a Senate vote and invited them to come out for the dinner at the 2-Year�oki. Al Torlan style 40� a sen Nixon. P 10 it livestock Quot the system tour set Yippie seeking for Friday tax exemptions 2 Moon trips dropped Nasa readjusts after decisions Beaufort county livestock producers will have an Opportunity to tour Eastern North Carolina livestock operations Friday sept. 11. Bob Pilch associate agricultural Extension agent said today Pilch said a bus for the tour is being made available by the Southern rail was system which is promoting livestock production in the Southeast the farm agent said the bus was obtained through Frank Harris a representative of Southern. He said the Only Cost for those making the trip will be about $2 for the Price of lunch Pilch said interested livestock producers Are invited to make the trip and that the bus will be filled on a first come first served basis. Interested Farmers should Contact Pilch no later than wednesday. Sept. 9. The bus will leave the county agricultural building at 7 and return Here at 5 3� . The schedule is As follows 8 00 8 45 . L. A. Moye farm Maury Charles Stokes manager commercial Angus operation 10 00 10 45 . Primo Hereford farms four oaks., n. W. D. Parker. Raleigh owner opera tor purebred polled Hereford operation Bucia records 11 10 11 50 ., Swine evaluation., station Clayton j. R. Woodard. Animal husbandry Extension specialist in charge 12 15 -1 30 lunch n. C. State faculty club. Or. I. D. Porterfield luncheon speaker 1 30 2 15 pm. N. C. State Swine facilities animal husbandry farm no. 1. Or. A l. Clawson in charge 3 30 -4 15 . N. C. Bull testing station Edgecombe county livestock association Rocky mount Charles Lockhart in charge and 5 30 arrive in Washington. A inc me from livestock production totals about $6 million annually in Beaufort county with hogs accounting for about two thirds of that sum tobacco Box score by Jean Heller associated press. Writer Washington a Yippie Leader Jerry Rubin using the Laws of a the system he seeks to destroy has set up a tax exempt foundation to shield a major portion of his income from Federal tax collectors the foundation Callea the social education foundation and also known As the Jerry Husin fund holds the cop on Rubin s Best Selling revolution preaching Book a do it a proceeds from the Book go to Quot the foundation and Are thereby protected from income tax assess Manta. Among other things the rub in Book Calls on Young people to leave their Homes Burn their schools and create a new society. Legal papers filed with the internal Revenue service say the foundation would among other things use Ita funds for a Relief of the poor distressed she underprivileged. Lesser the burdens of government. De fend human and civil rights secured by Law. And make awards to citizens who Render conspicuous service to the com the foundation however is 34 months delinquent in filing a mandatory tax statement with irs the foundation was incorporated in new York in May 1969 the sole trustee is Nancy s Kurshan identified in the past As Rubin s wife. How much Money Rubin and other benefactors have shovelled into the foundation could not be determined. The tax statements of foundations Are Public records but Rubin a foundation has not filed any tax a statement and his literary agent and lawyer Arentt saying hew much he s made. Quot we have a Normal setup a Carl Brandt Kubins new York literary agent said in a tele it see yjpp.1e, pane 10is Boyd passes today Robert l. Ranz it Boyd age a resident and retired Farmer a of the Ball Road it. 3. Washington died this morning at 4 of clock in the Beaufort county Hospital Here after a critical illness of two weeks he had been in failing health for Severa i years or Boyd was Horn in. Beaufort county oct 2, 1905 son of the late or and mrs Noah Boyd he was married to the Quot former Annie Macrow of this county on nov. 24 1931. Surviving Are his wife one son Franklin c. Boyd of tar Boro one daughter. Mrs Larry g. Jackson of this City two Brothers Willie Boyd of it 3, Washington and Casey Boyd of Grimesland four Sisters mrs Jesse Satchel. Mrs Lester Ward mrs. Alberta . And mrs Turkey Hodges All of Grimesland and two grand children .7 a a. _ funeral services will be held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home saturday afternoon at 2 30 of clock with Jack w Mays pastor of the old Ford Church of Christ officiating. Burial will follow in Pamlico memorial gardens. Quot v rotation by Lewis it 1.14 k a a or Tard pres writer Washington map the United states 1 a a of orfely today told the soviet a a Man and Egypt to quit Viola ton be Mideast stand still cease fire agreement at the same time officials were preparing a statement which would publicly acknowledge evidence of an antiaircraft missile buildup on the egyptian Side of the Suez truce one contrary to the cease fire Terina. The is to prevent the cease Flea from a breaking Down and to promote the lagging Arab israeli peace talks instructions to make representations to the soviets and the egyptians against truce violations were said to have been sent from. Washington wednesday night to ambassador Jacob beam in Moscow and to minis ter Donald in Cairo assistant Secretary of state Joseph Sisco also met Here late last night with israeli am a Asa Dor Yitzhak Quot Rabin. The israelis charging the egyptians with cheating on the ceasefire Deal have kept their envoy to the us supervised peace talks Home for a week w Hile weighing what to do Secretary of defense Melvin r Laird gave reassurance at a news conference wednes Day that the untied states will not allow the Mideast military balance to swing against Israel Loti a also said uhf of. Aft a a shipments Quot c Israel a re continuing. And he indicated Ameri can willing a to Supply Israel with replacements for f4 phantoms that might be lost in future combat a delivery of $0 Phan Toms to Israel is just being completed the israelis also were said to be pressing for it Public . Statement admitting that intelligence has detected a buildup in soviet supplied missiles in the egyptian truce zone. The United slates As sponsor and watchdog of the peace plan has been taking pictures from High flying \j2 planes in an aug 19 a Tate men it said the evidence did not. Conclusively Hack Israel s initial allegations of egyptian violations in the hours just after the truce began aug a a Washington statement a knowledge a the new findings in the israeli View would bolster Faith in the policing of the. Cease fire. White House and state department spokesmen kept mum wednesday about the new evidence which was said to have been reviewed by president Nixon and his top advisors tuesday at san Clemente. Calif a. Using taxes for busing by Vern Haugland a aerospace writer Washington a the decision to eliminate two Apollo Moon missions confronted the National aeronautics and space administration with a of readjustments today. Four lunar flights remain. First Nasa will Mothball a couple of giant Saturn 5 Moon rockets. These launch vehicles costing $1.85 million each will become a part of a a National resource of heavy lift rocket capability a Nasa administrator Thomas Paine told a news conference wednesday secondly some mighty disappointed astronauts including six who would have taken a Moon flight on the Apollo 15 and 19 missions now cancelled for budgetary reason will have to be reassigned. A the astronauts have been very unhappy along with the scientific Community about the reductions in flights Over the past several said Dale Myers associate administrator for manned space flight. A Many of these men have dedicated themselves to development of the space there Are 49 on the astronaut Rolls the us. Has launched 26 of its astronauts on space Tripa some two or three times and one James Lovell four times. Astronauts David r. Scott Alfred m. Worden jr., and James b. Irwin had been assigned to Apollo 15, the Mission now cancelled. Nasa also must now revise its list of Moon Landing Sites. A we still need to get to the lunar Highlands the Rill areas and we still must get a wide variety geologically to make a tire of our passive seismic network a said or. John w. Findlay chairman of the lunar and planetary Mission Board. Instead of the Apollo 15 spacecraft with its limited lunar stay and lunar a Quot bit capability an advanced version including a lunar Rover vehicle will be used and thus another Apollo 15 site must be selected Findlay mid. Paine said Nasa intends to do everything possible to include a scientist astronaut on at least one Mission. Myers said there Are no plans to reduce the size of the Astro naut team a he said Nasa is running some a master facilities studies to determine suitable locations for space shuttle work. The space shuttle will be a vehicle that takes off rocket like but returns to Earth like an air plane. A part of the shuttle will separate from the launching Craft in orbit to carry Astro naut Crews to and from the three Man orbiting skylab the Apollo cutback will have see Moon Page 10 the Washington tobacco Market yesterday sold 310,374 pounds of tobacco for $223,31.18 for an average of $71.97 per 100 pounds. The Washington Market to Date has now sold 4,503.962 pounds of tobacco for $2,595.636.06 for an average of $72.23 per 100 pounds. Billy Dawson supervisor again Calk attention to the fact that All n. C. Tobacco markets will be closed ail next week. This is being done to enable re drying plants to catch up. On mgt Day september 14, sermons gets first Sale second Sale goes to Talley third Sale goes to Hassell Raleigh Cap a Raleigh attorney says a court action is definitely possible to test the legality of using state funds and state owned school buses to carry out court ordered school desegregation. The lawyer George Ragsdale a former Superior court judge said wednesday night that a Winston Salem Law firm representing a group of taxpayers there had retained him a to look into the legality of the expend Ture of the tax Money and use of to hmm , asked if he expected to bring a court action Ragsdale replied a court action is definitely possible but we re just looking into it right now a Ragsdale mid in an answer to a question that his study will cover a Law enacted by the 1969 general Assembly forbidding the expenditure of Public funds for involuntary busing of school children. The Law has been declared unconstitutional by a three judge Federal court and the state has appealed the decision to the supreme court. Gov. Bob Scott was briefed wednesday on the busing Situa Tion by atty Gen Robert mor Gan . Of Public instruction Craig Phillips Morgan said the governor had been brought up to Date on Sev eral school matters including the threat of a suit aimed at blocking state plans to lend buses to local school districts confronted with the necessity of busing children to comply with desegregation orders Morgan had said earlier that the possibility of a suit had been raised after he was asked to Rule on the legality of an offer by the state Board of education to provide 200 used school buses to the Charlotte Mecklenburg school system Morgan had mid tuesday be was delaying a ruling on the Charlotte request for at least a week because of the possibility of a suit. The Charlotte Mecklenburg Board of education called off a meeting scheduled for wednesday afternoon because of uncertainty on the availability of Busca a a a administrators bad intended to give Board members a report on prospects of opening schools by the sept 9 deadline officials Are working toward. But they said their report would be mean ingless without information on the buses offered by the state. About 30 White youths picketed the education Center in Charlotte for More than an hour wednesday to protest busing to achieve school desegregation. The youths ranging from elementary to High school age had come to the Center to voice their protest to the Charlotte Meek Lenburg school Board. But when the Board cancelled its afternoon meeting they marched along the sidewalk in front of the building carrying signs with slogans such As a de see busing Page 10
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