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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - September 7, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather generally fair through Tuen Day highs Turanda v mostly in �0$ Low tonight m the 60. Washington daily news if t8u do not get your paper dial 94sz145 Between a and t 00 o clock and one will be delivered to you established 1909_eight pages a. Washington North Carolina monday Auto noon september 7 1970 daily except sunday v of Israel Boycotts talks until missiles removed but the associated press Israel says it will not return to peace talks at the United nations in new York until Egypt pulls the antiaircraft missiles it has placed in the Suer canal cease fire Rone since the truce took effect aug 7. A apparently this will mean some delay a president Nixon a press Secretary. Ronald Ziegler told newsmen in Washington. A we Are hopeful that the talks will Start soon. The United states will continue to make every Effort to work out this sources close to the egyptian government in Cairo charged that the breakdown of the peace talks is a result of the state department s confirmation of is Rael s a false allegations Quot of egyptian cease fire violations they said the Sam missiles had been placed along the canal before the truce started and they could not be pulled in a dramatic development in the Middle East. Palestinian commandos Hijack three jetliners Over Europe and forced them to Fly to Arab countries one. A pan american world airways Boeing 747 jumbo Jet was destroyed with a dynamite bomb minutes after it landed at Cairo the 18ft persons aboard passengers hijackers Crew and is palestinian picked up during a refuelling Stop at Beirut had left the plane moments before it burst into flame the other two hijacked planes were under guerrilla control at Perqua is Miles Northwest of Amman. Jordan. Guerrillas there threatened to blow up the planes unless three demands were met the first demand was for the Safe return of a woman commando who was arrested after an attempt to Hijack a fourth plane failed and it landed safely at London the plane an israeli al al Jet with 157 aboard was diverted after it took off froth Amsterdam on a flight to new York in the second demand was for the release from Swiss Puls of three guerrillas who attacked an al al Airliner at Zurich air port in 1969, and the fourth de Mand was for the release from West German jails of three other commandos who made an at tack on an israeli tourist bus in Frankfurt the same year informed sources said the Swiss government was inclined to meet the demand for the three guerrillas held in Switzer land and British officials voiced a concern that England would he caught in the Middle of the Dis put because the it mag woman guerrilla is being held there in another development in the Middle East. Iordan s King Hussein declared he has no in tent Ion of liquidating the pales Titan resistance movement me said he w Ould not longer remain silent at attempts to cast doubt a ser Mideast Pace 8i guerrillas wan Sirhan Castro congratulates Minnesota a nil s a conservatives takes bomb vow defeat for marxist action fr66 l for pm Sig Ilgars by Isaac a. Levi associated press writer Santiago Chile api a newspaper said cuban Premier Fidel Castro telephoned congratulations to marxist Salvador Allende for his plurality in Chile a presidential election but supporters of Defeated former president Jorge Alessandri took to the streets sunday night shouting a Chile is Cuba Enriqu Ortuzar Alessandria a chief campaigner asked in a statement that All chileans support Alessandria a candidacy so Congress will pick him Over Allende when it decides the1 Winner oct. 24. By Law. Congress selects a president from the top two candidates if none wins a majority of the popular vote. Allende. 62. Outdistanced Alessandri 74. By 39,000 of the 2.6 million votes cast in fridays election and Christian Democrat or. Radom Iro Tomic ran a poor third. Traditionally Congress selects the candidate with a plurality but it is not required to do so. The communist daily al Siglo said Castro a personal Friend of Allende told Roberto Perns mobilization Secretary of the popular Unity a coalition ing Allende that cubans were celebrating Allendes Victory in a the popular Unity which backed the marxist candidate was formed by six leftist parties including the communists Allende will be latin America s first popularly elected marxist president if Congress confirms him. Groups Loyal to Alessandri a conservative staged several demonstrations in downtown Santiago sunday night. In the largest police used water Cannon and clubs to disperse about 3 000 demonstrators. Panthers talk socialism eight dead mounties subdue slaying suspect a we Lulalia Mori in associated press writer Creston . A a 31 year old part time logger was subdued by a police dog and arrested sunday ending a Hunt for a gunman who killed eight canadians including five children Dale Merle Nelson was jailed and charged in one of the eight slayings. He is to appear before a magistrate tuesday. Found slain in two separate Cabins in this Community of 3,000 in the pre Dawn hours saturday were mrs. Shirley Wasyk 30, Tracy Wasyk 7 Raymond John Phipps 42 his wife Isabelle 26 and three of their children Paul 10, Bryan 7, and Kerneth. 18 months. A fourth Phipps child., Cathy 8, was found dead sunday near a ditched car which the Royal Canadian mounted police said had been driven by the killer. Also found near the car was the body of Tracy Wasyk which was taken from the Cabin after officers found her and her Mother dead and left to Check nearby Homes. The ramp said Cathy Phipps had been taken hostage by the killer after her parents and the others were shot to death and their bodies were mutilated with a knife. Cathy later was stabbed to it death. Fifty officers using helicopters and tracker dogs searched 41 hours for the killer near we Jere the car was found abandoned on a country Road. Nelson was spotted sunday five Miles away at a Shack in which he had lived for a week near the Homes of the victims. Heavily armed officers gathered 100 Yards from the Shack and saw Nelson lying under a tree his Rifle perched on a limb. Corp. James Barr of tie Royal Canadian mounted police said they called to Nelson to throw Down his Rifle. He stood up but did not throw Down the gun the dog then was unleashed and Barr said the animal a bowled him no shots were fired. Three Wasyk daughters survived. One hid in Bushes near the Cabin one was with her father at a logging Camp and a third ran to a nearby House screaming that her Mother had been killed. Police said Nelson was committed to a mental institution in Esso Dale ., earlier this year after he was charged with assaulting his wife but was released after a month of treatment. A a a a a f by Austin Scott associated press writer Philadelphia apr a demand for creation of an oppression free socialist society was the Central theme As the Black Panther party wound up the main event of its revolutionary Peoples constitutional convention. The capitalist system u.5. Activities in other nations the present treatment of women and various minority groups including homosexuals All Cam in for attack sunday As spokes men for is workshops presented their ideas for bettering society. About 6,000 people most Young and about 3s per cent White shot clenched fists into the air and shouted a right on Quot and a Power to the people As each demand was read inside the Temple University gymnasium that served As a convention Hall most demonstrated a concern that a the people must directly control everything ranging from what they do with their own bodies to education police court Justice and the actions of the military. One workshop demanded that National minorities be1 guaranteed the right to into grate segregate federate amalgamate congregate secede or do whatever they wish provided that no group oppresses any other group. Other demands included a guaranteed representation for All ethnic groups in whatever government Structure is formed in proportion to their numbers at the local level. A free housing health care education and Day care centers see panthers. Page 8i Minneapolis Minn apr emergency regulations to control the Sale and handling of explosives go into effect tues Day in Minnesota rocked by eight bombs in three weeks the latest explosion Early sunday killed a Man Authon ties said it was unlikely the remains could he identified police said the victim appeared to have been carrying a bomb when it exploded in front of a Minneapolis House scattering debris Over a 24-Block area the regulations formulated by the attorney general a office after several meetings with Law enforcement officials will require positive identification of All of High explosives plus a 24-hour waiting Periut Between Purchase and delivery four persons had been injured in seven previous a olo Sions All in the Minneapolis st. Paul area. One caused an estimated $500.000 damage to the old Federal building in Down town Minneapolis. Inspector swede Ekblad said the blast sunday was caused by a a plastic officials refused to speculate whether the explosion was related to the earlier ones. The 3 . Blast heavily damaged a House and shattered windows of Homes and businesses in the area. No injuries were reported. The explosion which occurred during a thunderstorm ripped out a 30-foot Section of White picket Fence in front of the House. The roof of the porch was left sagging. Scraps of lumber littered the porch. Dirt was plastered against the front of the two Story Frame building. The Sophia Mosby family was asleep in the House but escaped injury capt. Dan Graff who led the investigation said police did not know where the victim was coming from or where he was going. A spokesman for the medical examiners office said the dead person was believed Quot to be a male wearing a Black silk shirt Black Beret Blue jeans and size. 94 loafers. Robert Renner attorney for Minnesota said last month a Large shipments of explosives had been brought into the state. Renner declined to say who had brought the explosives in what Type they were or How he Learned of them. Beirut. Lebanon it a it palestinian guerrillas today demanded the release of Sirhan b Sirhan. The convicted Assassin of sen Robert f Kennedy in Exchange for the release of 300 passengers aboard two hijacked jetliners held on a desert air strip near Amman a spokesman for the popular front for the liberation of Palestine said Quot when Sirhan killed Kennedy he said 1 did it for my country now the revolution of is country is required to do something for him,.&Quot Sirhan. A palestinian has been sentenced to death for the 1968. Slaying of the brother of president John p Kennedy and is now in san Quentin prison in California the demand came As the Swiss government announced in Bern that it Luul decided to Gmar to i earlier demand of the hijackers and release three imprisoned Arab commandos the hijackers have also demanded that the West German government release three Arab terrorists held in Munich and the return of a commando girl held in London after an unsuccessful attempt to Hijack an israeli al al plane sunday four planes were involved in hijacking plots sunday ail by Arab commandos. The fourth a pan american world airways 747 jumbo Jet was blown up in Cairo earlier today eight minutes after it landed a pan american spokesman said Alt to fun persons aboard had disembarked safely a pan american Boeing 707 Relief plane landed later at cat to Airport to pick up the Passen Gers stranded by the hijackers it was one of four planes involved in hijacking plots sunday All apparently by Arab com Mandos an earlier report that 15 per sons aboard the 747 were miss ing was labelled erroneous by a pan american spokesman the Relief plane flown Here from London was expected to Fly out Moat of the passengers of the destroyed 747, the jumbo Jet was engulfed in flames after the passenger and Crew had been removed witnesses said four persons were injured fleeing the plane through its emergency exits. They said one appeared to have a broken leg and two others had Hack injuries a pregnant worn an just barely escaped with an injured ankle the witnesses said the egyptian government announced All the passengers would be released As soon As pan am sends another plane to pick them up tin airline said in i Eha non that a Boeing 707 was dispatched i rum London to get i stranded passengers. Cairo s Middle East news Agency said 85 americans were among them in heir i. The guerrillas said a see hijacks Page 8< h oliday 11 dead t Nixon Home in stau Congress tuesday work cannot be done by election by Robert a. Hunt associated press writer Washington apr the House returns from a 34-week vacation wednesday amid growing indications Congress wont be Able to finish its heavy work Load before election Day in november. A crowded docket of legislative business faces the House members who have been on vacation since aug. 13. "7 but an even heavier schedule confronts the Senate which comes tuesday after a nearly week Long recess around labor Day. A it would appear very doubtful that Congress Wil be Able to Complete its work before the elections,"1 said House speaker John w. Mccormack. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield has said adjournment before the nov. 3 elections must be considered a a Long shot possibility a near if that Long shot does no to materialize Mansfield said the Senate probably would recess around oct. 15, returning after the election to Complete its work. And if the Senate took such a recess House leaders undoubtedly would find it hard to hold their members Here when All 435 hous amp seats will be at stake in the november elections. One third of the Senate seats Are up for grabs there Are 11 Bills on the House docket this week but none Are considered major. The Senate turns its attention to a controversial House passed proposed constitutional amendment dealing with abolition of the electoral College. A lengthy debate covering several weeks is expected. Next week the House has set aside More time for consideration of the congressional reorganization Bill it has debated off and on for about a month. Leaders Hope to pass it by mid september and Send it to the Senate. Along with reorganization other Bills High on the House priority list Are those dealing with $90 billion in appropriations crime control drug abuse curbs and consumer Protection. There also is a move to impeach supreme court Justice William o. Douglas but it might never reach the House floor. A special judiciary subcommittee inquiring into the jurists conduct was Given 60 Days to make a decision. The deadline expired during the recess and there May be objections to another Extension. The proponents of the impeachment drive May insist that a special committee be created to handle the matter. Other Compromise Bills still facing final House action include those dealing with political broadcast controls curbs on the use of troops abroad weapons procurement and appropriations involving about $35 billion. The House still has to consider a $70 billion defense appropriations Bill there also is a $20 billion Money Bill pending for the housing and Urban development department and related agencies the House passed it once but president Nixon vetoed it and the House upheld his action just before heading on its recess. It now has to Start Over again. Only four of the 14 annual Money Bills for the fiscal year which started july 1 have become Law. The agencies with funds tied up in the pending Money Bills receive Money through an emergency Law which expires oct. 15. While the House has taken four Shorter recesses earlier it still is ahead of the Senate in its work program. # major House passed Bills still stacked up on the Senate Calendar include a proposed constitutional amendment on women s rights a farm Bill with a $55,000 per crop limit on subsidy payments for wheat feed grains and Cotton social Security and family assistance and air pollution. Named at Duke Durham a the appointment of Walter Burford a 27-year old Yale divinity school instructor As director of an expanded afro american studies program at Duke University was announced sunday by or. John o. Blackburn Duke Provost. Burford a negro from new York joined the Duke faculty sept. I. Duke president Terry Sanford announced last May the Duke afro american studies program would be expanded this fall. Fri ret John d. Long t Trinity gets new minister Belhaven the Rev. John Daniel Long assumes duties this week As pastor of Trinity United methodist Church Here replacing the Rev Gerald Peterson who has become associate pastor at st. James United methodist Church in Greenville. Or Long comes to Belhaven from the Woodington Webb charge at Kinston he has held pastorate at West Halifax Wesley memorial and Milwaukee in the Rocky mount District in the North Carolina conference and at South Franklin and Danville in Virginia and replaced or. Peterson at Woodington Webb a in january of 1967 when the latter came to Trinity Here mrs. Very t. Armstrong Dies mrs. Vera t. Armstrong age 65. Resident of the Gilead Community it. 2, blounts Creek died in the Beaufort county Hospital saturday afternoon at 5 45 of clock following a critical illness of several hours she had been in failing health for the past year. Mrs. Armstrong was born in Beaufort county oct. 11. 1904 daughter of the late Edward a and Martha Ecklin Taylor she a member of Elizabeth Chapel Church of Christ she was married to Henry w. Armstrong or. Of Beaufort county in 1923. He preceded her in death in May 1968 surviving Are one son the Rev. Henry w. Armstrong or. Of Dunn one daughter mrs. Evelyn Worsley of it. 2, blounts Creek four grand children two Brothers Irving Taylor and Otho Taylor both of blounts Creek two Sisters mrs. Willie Toler of Chocowinity and mrs. Thurman Walls of blounts Creek two see Armstrong. Page 8�?~ with labor Heads traffic by francks1ew1ne associated press writer w Ashington i apr presi Dent Nixon is at the White House today to celebrate the i a Bor Day Holiday with a gather ing of 3,200 labor Union leaders. And their families. The president invited top Union officials and their wives to a dinner for 200 in the East room with a menu featuring prime rib of beef and Fine wines. Afterwards. 3,000 others including labor department employees and Union members and their families were to gather on the White House town for a Torch Light military review featuring drills and music the president came from san Clemente calif., Sun Day night ending an 18 Chiy a sence from the capital that be Gan aug. 20 with a visit to puerto Vallalla Mexico for a meet ing with mexican president Gustavo Diaz Ordaz winding up his last Day at the Western White House on Sun Day Nixon took an unannounced 60-mile helicopter trip Northeast to Riverside to pay a Call on his 90-year-old aunt Edith Timber patient in the Beverly Manor convalescent Hospital the helicopter trip w to presidential assistant John Emch Man and Friend c o. Bebe Quot or Hozo along was not announced m Advance and was conducted in secrecy an aide explained later that it was considered a poor taste to make a press thing of the visit to his ailing aunt after the labor Day Holiday Nixon planned to Zero in on the returning Congress to push for passage of still pending dmm is ration legislation especially the family assistance plan to provide a minimum income for poverty level families he was expected to meet with Republican congressional leaders wednesday and later to is sue a statement on the status of his Domestic program after 19 months in office. Foreign affairs continued to take up much of Nixon s time on sunday the Western White House said the United states will a make every Effort a to help work out problems in the Middle East and to keep peace talks going despite israelis announcement it will withdraw because of cease fire violations by the associated prk88 train accidents have killed at least la persons on North Carolina Highway an far got a a Day a it i. A it st Ait Highway p it Rol said the deaths raised to sol for 1970 to compared 4 1.180 during the same Tunod last year the Holiday count continues until Midnight tonight if began at 6 pm Eri Day the North Carolina state motor club has predicted that 2t. Persons will be killed in High Way accidents during the count gang period but the Carolina motor club pointed out Statis Sling my it i it t the if crease in traffic Holiday week ends Are no More deadly on the average than other summer weekends a the patrol Sard Burr persons from Brooklyn. N a. Were killed saturday when their car collided with another vehicle crashed into a Bridge railing and caught fire troopers identified the victims in the wreck of n c 32 12 Miles East of Roper in Washington county As William Fen Ner 40, Barbara Fenner. 25. Derick Fenner 12, and Ronald a Sec traffic Page 8� Florida vote drawing attention in primaries by Jerry to a a a associated press writer Washington api eight states hold primaries tuesday with attention focused on Florida s Battle Between republicans g. Harrold Carswell and rep William g. Cramer for Nomina Tion to a Senate seat the gop expects to win nov. 3. Seven of the states hold gubernatorial primaries Arizona Wisconsin new Hampshire Florida. Vermont Arkansas and Colorado. And Georgia will follow wednesday with its gubernatorial primary. In addition the Virgin islands will top off the biggest primary week of the year with the territory a first primary in history for governor Between two democrats. A Florida also provides the main excitement in the contests for state offices. Flamboyant gov. Claude Kirk druggist Jack Eckerd in addition to Florida senatorial primaries will be held in Utah Vermont Wisconsin and Arizona. Both democrats and republicans Are running unopposed in Wisconsin and Utah. Nominations to House seats Are up in All states. Utah is the Only state holding a primary this week without a governors race. But republicans Are eyeing the Senate seat held by. Democrat Frank e. Moss both Moss and his gop challenger rep Laurence j. Burton Are unopposed As they prepare for their november ballot tussle the Vermont primary sets the stage for a nov. 3 contest the democrats think they can capture for the first time in the state s history. Popular former gov. Philip h. Hoff is expected to win the primary Over state sen Fiore l. Bove and former rep. William h Meyer. Hoff is Given a Good Chance to unseat Republican sen Winston l Prouty who faces no primary opposition a hid become Vermont a first democratic senator in the Florida senatorial race Cramer is generally rated a slight Edge Over Carswell the Nee. Carswell has said Little about Cramer focusing his Campaign on criticism of the Senate repeating that he will a raise the level of mediocrity in the Senate if elected Cramer has campaigned on the school busing Issue pointing to his authorship of an anti using amendment in the Senate in 1964. He says court rulings in which Quot Carswell participated prove it he is a a abusing former gov Farris Bryant is considered the front runner in the four Man Field for the democratic nomination his main Challenge is from state House speaker Fred Schultz. In the gubernatorial race Eckerd has criticized Kirk a flamboyance and accused him of influence peddling he save Kirk has alienated Florida republicans from Washington at a time when they could reap the benefits of a Republican administration Kirk has focused his Campaign on the courts filing repeated petitions for a Federal ruling against compulsory bus ing Raleigh Apt Jerry Kun he Allmon of Wake Forest Csc owned saturday while fishing at Raleigh Beach on the Neuse River. Coroner m w. Bennett said Allmon 31, apparently fell into a deep Hole while trying to Cross the water behind a dam at an old Mil
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