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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - September 16, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather generally fair through thursday with quite warm afternoon lows tonight near to High thur Dav around 90 Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial my 1148 to tween it to and ? 00 o clock and one will be delivered to you established 1909 your teen pages Washington North Carolina wednesday afternoon. Sep Timber 16 1970 daily except sunday in Kansas speech Nixon blasts terror tactics Manhattan. Kan it a it a a Blunt spoken president Nixon said today America is afflicted with a a a cancerous disease Quot that is spreading violence and terror As a political tactic. In an address for a Campus audience at Kansas state University Nixon declared Quot the time has come for us to recognize that violence and terror Hay not Piary in a from it anxiety whoever the perpetrators and whatever their purported cause in a system that provides the Means for peaceful change no cause justifies violence in the name of Market schedule announced after ticking Oil recent news items concerning the murder of policemen Campus bombings gun play around California court rooms and vandalism against serious researchers and their work Nixon said a a those who bomb universities. Who ambush policemen who Hijack air planes and hold their passengers hostage All share in common not Only a contempt for human life but also a contempt for those elemental decency is on which a free society rests and they deserve the contempt of every american who values those referring to the hijacking of four airliners by palestinian guerrillas who held the Passen a Gers hostage under threat of murder Quot Nixon said the Arab activists Quot sent Shock Waves of alarm around the world at the spreading disease of violence and terror and its use As a political he continued Quot that same cancerous disease has been spreading Here in the United Nixon emphasized Campus disorder saying that a we face the greatest crisis in the history Sec trip Page 8> Raleigh it a it a around 93 million pounds of tobacco Are expected to be sold next week under a marketing schedule approved tuesday night by the Industry wide flue cured tobacco marketing committee the committee schedule for 28 calling for the a e of is million pounds a the Eastern North Carolina Belt will operate four Days next week three hours and 45 minutes per Day. With 33 sets of buyers. The Belt will sell a total of 37.fi million pounds the schedule for other belts we pc _ Nixon trip being expanded to include yugoslav visit my Mee a ssh a new regime lawyers c in Brief a a a l n or 1. A <3 a c takes Over school mixing orders a in Jordan based on false premise South Carolina Border Belt three sets of buyers Selling four hours per Del it for four Days for a total of 3.6 million pounds a North Carolina Bomer Belt six sets of buyers four hours per Day for four Days for a total of 7.3 million pounds a North Carolina Middle Belt 15 sets of buyers. 34 hours per Day for four Days for 16 million pounds. A North Carolina Virginia old Sec tobacco. Page 8 crop Spray Beaufort tech d Avis Milligan relieved of duties ban order dissolved the temporary restraining order issued against Farmville flying service and John Roberts of that firm was dissolved last night in Green Ville by Superior court judge Joshua James. In refusing to make the temporary restraining order permanent the judge thus opens the Way for Farmville flying service to continue spraying the soybean crop in Hyde county if any a Mudra now desire such service. The hearing opened yesterday afternoon in Pitt county courthouse and continued until almost 11 00 o clock last evening before judge James gave his ruling. Yesterday afternoon John s. Melvin of Greenville a chemist with the n. C department of air amp water resources testified that a see crop Spray. Page 8> Charles r Davis. Director of student affairs and David m. Milligan registrar were relieved of their duties yesterday at Beaufort county technical Institute. Charles h. Byrd president in letters to each Man cited insubordination and conduct unbecoming to a member of. The technical Institute As the Rea cps. The trustees of Beaufort tech went into special session at noon today to discuss the situation and at 1 00 of clock today the group was still in session. The difficulties it is understood developed Over the appointment of a Dean and other matters. It is alleged that or. Davis Felt he should have been named Dean. President Byrd named James Blanton to the position. Or. Milligan allegedly sided with or. Davis. It is understood today that messes Milligan and Davis. Have engaged the services of an attorney John it. Wilkinson they claim that they have not been legally discharged they say both or. Davis and or. Milligan in the letters to each were ordered to vacate their offices immediately Laird troubles ice crop Spray. Page 8� a a Deputy Hurt Good r or icon Only Deputy sheriff Oft is it red it Davis was slightly Hurt Tea Ltd Yas sheriffs deputies sought to keep order on. The strike scene at Hamilton Beach sheriff Jack Harris this morning said that a my men Are doing everything possible to keep order and they have done a Fine however he reported the difficulty tuesday along with the arrest of two men for creating a disturbance at the scene. He also said that there were two incidents of persons jumping on car hoods As they drove away. Meanwhile Hamilton Beach and the communications workers of America Are far apart in their appraisal of the number of people working. The company reports that about 700 persons Are at work daily while the Union says that about 700 Are on strike. By Frank Carey associated press writer warred ton Valt a it defense Secretary Melvin r. Laird says present a a temporary economic problems such As unemployment Are Good for America because they provide valuable experience for solving tougher Domestic questions. He commented tuesday night in criticizing a gloom and doom statements about the Economy As we shift from War to declaring unemployment Only temporary Quot As we shift from Reliance on War for Prosperity to a peacetime Economy Laird said a this kind of temporary problem is a Good kind of problem. A it Means that we can face up to such important problems As health education and welfare a in much More realistic Fash Laird made the remarks in accepting the second Annua statesmen in Medicine award of the Airlie foundation. He was honoured for a this outstanding contribution to Quot the advancement of Medica. Practice research and education during the past two decades both As a. Member of Congress and As Secretary of defense. Health education and welfare Secretary Elliot l. Richardson one of the speakers at the award dinner in the foundations Airlie House said Laird in his 16 years As a member of the House appropriations committee was one of a two or three congressional leaders who formed the Vanguard of the health revolution that has occurred. Since world w a the Airlie foundation is a nonprofit education Center organized. To a study promote encourage and Foster knowledge and understanding of the interrelationship of the physical and social sciences.1 scientists find Mercury in Many Canadian foods by the associated press a. Royalist military regime took Power in the desert King Dom of Jordan today and imposed martial Law to put an end to the threat of civil War. The top Leader of palestinian guerrillas Yasir Arafat branded it a Quot fascist regime Quot and pledged to Quot fight it to the end Quot Arafat did not order his men on the offensive against the jordanian army but called on them to defy an order by King Hussein s new government and refuse to surrender their arms As the crisis deepened in Jor Dan a top level White House taks Force including the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and president Nixon s National Security adviser met Ini Washington to consider the developments Egypt which has been Allied with Jordan in negotiations for a Middle East settlement remained out of the internal dispute. President Gamal Abdel Nasser s government claimed tuesday that . Military support of Israel had killed the peace initiative in the troubled area with Middle East peace prospects looking dimmer by the hour. Israeli Premier Golda Meir flew to the United states today for talks with Nixon Secretary of state William p. Roger and to her top official she and Nixon were expected to discuss the israeli military requests that triggered Egypt s denunciation of the United a a states. Egyptian foreign minister Mahmoud Riad pronounced the . Peace initiative dead tues Day but said his country was a ready to respect Quot the Suez canal cease fire As Long As Israel does t Start shooting again. Sources in Washington said the United states has not Given up Oil its initiative and will do everything possible to get Egypt Israel and Jordan Back to the peace table. They also denied Riad s allegation that the United states promised Egypt not to provide military Aid to Israel during the cease fire and the peace negotiations Riad told newsmen the Middle East dilemma must be returned to the big four Powers the United states the soviet Union France and Britain under a French proposal of 1969 the big four a ambassadors to the United nations have continued meetings in new York to discuss the Middle East their last meeting was monday but emphasis shifted to jarring s peace efforts after the plan was accepted by Egypt. Israel and Jordan. T the american plan called for a 90-Day cease fire and Independent talks Job tween special . Envoy Guy Narv. Jarring and representatives of Egypt Israel and Jordan the principal warring nations Israel claiming Egypt had violated the cease fire by moving antiaircraft missiles into a standstill zone along the Suez canal withdrew from the talks sept. 6 with a demand that the missiles be removed. Riad said Egypt believes a the american initiative has never started since it was practically rejected by Israel from the first moment Washington i api Law yers for the Cha riot the Mecklenburg county Board of educator charged before the supreme court today that desegregation orders affecting the system were based on the false premise that children have a right to attend racially balanced schools in a Brief filed with the court the lawyers agreed the constr tuition guarantees children the right to attend school systems free of racial discrimination or state imposed Segre a i Ion but they said District judge James b Mcmillan of Charlotte and the 4th ctr cult court of appeals had unlawfully widened that guarantee solicitor appeals conviction to require racial balance in each school to Charlotte Mecklenburg schools opened lat week under a plan ordered by Mcmillan which requires the busing of thousands of pupils to schools outside their neighbourhoods to achieve further desegregation the supreme court has scheduled hearings in the Long fought Case oct 12 today s briefs were to serve As a basis for arguments to be brought against n the he. The court s decision is expected of be a Legal Touchstone for school systems a thing to set How much desegregation the court will require Mcmillan s ruling relying chiefly on pairing negro and White schools into common al Tendance districts goes Well beyond the desegregation Steps endorsed by the Nixon administration and has been criticized by High administration officials Quot any fair interpretation of the orders of the trial judge Quot said the lawyers for the school sys Tern unerringly to the conclusion that he deemed that presumed right i to attend a racially balanced school to he an absolute one that cannot be diluted or denied by reason of circumstances. Costs disruptions or educational or Adini Stative consideration Tydings in huh comes Back with easy win fourth District court prosecutor from Onslow county Alexander Turner Shaw of Jacksonville was found guilty Here in District court tuesday of driving drunk despite a plea of not guilty and defense argument that the solicitor was arrested illegally. Shaw was fined $100 and Cost of court. He entered notice of Appeal and posted $200 Bond for appearance in Beaufort county Superior court november 30 Shaw according to newspaper reports has three previous traffic convictions since 1966 the present Case arose out of an incident on saturday afternoon August 1 according to the testimony of Highway v selected in Massachusetts by Carl 1� Lei Rusdorf a political Quot writer Hubert Humphrey and sen Henry m Jackson of washing ton easily Defeated Black anti War opponents in Democrat it primaries for the Senate while sen. Joseph d. Tydings of Maryland overcame a surprisingly stiff conserva t i be Challenge sen. Edward m. Kennedy won without opposition and sen John o. Pastore of Rhode Island overwhelmed a Token foe in Pri Manes tuesday for five Senate seats the democrats Hope to re Tain in november two democratic governors Marvin Mande of Maryland and Frank d licht of Rhode is land were renominated and gubernatorial nominees were also patrolman j. A Hayes the investigating officer Hayes answered a. Call 3.1 Miles East of Bath on Rural unpaved Road 1745 near Hawkins Beach at. Approximately 2 30 . As Hayes testified about 25-30 people were standing near a car off the Road on the right with a rear wheel in a ditch and the front smashed into a Pine tree the Rescue squad was present Hayes said he found Shaw sitting in the Road on a Stretcher clothes and hair messed up. Smelling of alcohol. Shaw said he was not Hurt and Hayes helped him to the patrol car. A a he Wax Swayng. And staggering Quot Hayes said adding that the solicitor kept asking him a a can to we forget Sec Straw Paul it ,.g Minnesota and Oklahoma tue Ting was the last big round of primaries before the nov. 3 general election. In Massachusetts Quot Quot Boston mayor Kevin a White 44, led state Senate president Maurice a. Donahue 52, in the a titter four Way democratic fight for the gubernatorial nomination against Republican go a fran Cis w Sargent. 55 he was unopposed for renomination. _ in the same state. Rep Philip Philbin 72, a 28 year House vet eran and second senior Democrat on the armed services committee was ousted from Congress by the Rev. Robert f Drinan 47, a Jesuit priest who Ranon an Antiwar platform in Maryland Veteran rep George h. Fallon chairman of the House Public works committee was unseated by Paul s Sarbanes 37, a state legislator from Baltimore but rep Samuel d Nedel. 72, chairman of the House administration committee. Won. A Squeaker Over Parran j. Mitchell with a a hut unofficial count of 23.491 vote o 23,309 a Humphrey. 58. Scored i smashing 3-1 margin Victory Over Black studies instructor Earl 1> Craig or 31 to capture the democratic domination tor. The Minnesota Senate seat being vacated by Democrat Eugene j Mccarthy. Humphrey s nov. 3 gop use will be rep. Clark Macgregor 47. Who easily outdistanced a Lone opponent polls show hum Prev cunning ahead of mat i in his bid to return to the Senate where he served for 16 years until elected vice presiden in 1964. Jackson. 58, jumped into an Early 7-1-margin Lead Over Carl Maxey. A 46 year old Spokane attorney who said he will announce Friday whether he will support Jackson in november state sen Charles Elicker 44 a ban Ridge Island nursing Home operator backed by top Republican leaders led the gop primary. Tydings. 42. Trailed perennial office seeker George Maho 69. On Early returns from Maryland s Rural counties but once the tally mounted from Montgomery and Ptg go set pm aft ies. Page president Gotney a Europe by if Ems lit "1ick w Asif 1ngit in i a p t presi Dent nixon1�?~european trip later this month in n Sittg expanded to include a visit to communist Yugoslavia the first trip there by an american president the White House announced today Nixon who leaves Washington sept 27, Quot also will meet with leaders to Italy Spain and Britain. It was few Ortisi earlier press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler said there were no plans at this time to add stops in any other country but added Quot there is always that possibility a a Ziegler ruled out visits to France or West Germany a tag Nymn would unit ext end his trip because of commitments on his october Calendar asked to be More specific about october plans Ziegler spoke of a commitments that we Are not prepared to Tell you at this time a a the spokesman said Nixon accepted a a Long standing invitation from yugoslav president tit mrord that the two men looked Forward to a a full Exchange of View s on the International situation a a. A a Ziegler said the president and mrs Nixon would spend one evening in Belgrade hut added there is a possibility the Nixon try it in Tfir coun dare caravan coming to City the dare county and Cape to Latheras Lighthouse Centennial is now being celebrated and on thursday september 17. A caravan representing the Centennial committee will Row to Aya la Glt Hebr t its a a the caravan expected to number about 20 or 25 people Many dressed in the colonial costumes will arrive in Washington about 111 00 o clock fhe group w ill be welcomed by a Thomas stewart., mayor. 4jg_. Washington the w%1 to Ming ceremonies will take place at Harding Square the group w ill tour a tobacco warehouse Ltd see a tobacco Sal then it w ill take off for a tour of colonial Bath after lunch the group will move Over to television station with where some news film of the group will he made Washington and Beaufort count it extend a genuine Welcome to the visitors from the Roanoke Island area of North "carolina1 Quot a a news special by Brian Sullivan a science writer Rochester . Apr the poisonous Metal Mercury has been discovered in a wide variety of common foods in Canada according to a new study by scientists at the University of Toronto. Prof. Robert e. Jervis a nuclear chemist who directed the study said it is a quite Likely that a study of foods in the United states would reveal the same potential health Hazard. A spokesman for the . Food and drug administration in Washington disputed this however saying he would expect to find Only a negligible Quot amounts of Mercury in Ordinary foods Here. Jervis mid his study found significant Levels of Mercury in wheat flour White bread Long Grain Rice skim milk powder cheese Tea beef hamburger beef liver pork liver calf liver fish and poultry. Quot we May be having an intake of Mercury from regular food that May be As appreciable As from eating contaminated fish a he said. A Awre have heard a lot about fish but it May not be the most significant both the United states and Canada Jervis said in a Telephone interview should begin immediately to make an official Check of common foods. The Fra spokesman said he was unaware of the Jervis report but that such a Check already had been started. Comparable of fish by the Industrial. Laboratory at. Eastman . In Rochester indicate the Candy aos a Are on the right track a a according to or. Don h. Anderson Laboratory director. Kodak has been concerned about detection of Mercury for More than 30 years because even extremely tiny amounts of it damage photographic film. The Canadian study adds a new dimension to the Mercury contamination storm in the United states that began Only last March with a Canadian announcement of a fishing ban on Lake st. Clair because of Mercury Levels in fish of up to 8 parts per Mission. Since then abnormal Levels of Mercury have been found in water fish and game Birds and has turned up in at least 33 states i see Mercury Page 8 tobacco Box score the Washington tobacco Market yesterday sold 286,618 pounds of tobacco for 1211,330.56 for an average of 173.73 per 100 pounds the w Ashington Market to Date has now sold 4.498,580 pounds of tobacco for $3.262.887.70 for a seasons average of $72.53 per 100 pounds. Billy Dawson supervisor says a we re really Selling it in Washington on thursday first tale goes to a Sermon second Sale goes to Talley third Sal goes to Hassell warehouse. Retarded. Program in with of a the Beaufort county association for retarded children is part of a nationwide Effort to bring More understanding to the Community of the problems that the Ataily re larded physically handicapped Parsons and their families face daily. The local association with financial help from the United fund helps the retarded and their families in Many ways. In the area of Educa Tion there j re fourteen 14 classes for the retarded in the Beaufort county and Washington City school systems. Through these classes the retarded Are helped and encouraged to help themselves the same principles of learning and development apply to All people whether they Are retarded average or accelerated. The least retarded representing approximately 89 percent of All retarded persons can usually attain self sufficiency As adults unless i a a Lvi Iov with indic apr mrs Cath i Hodges and or. Esther Harris. S aide Condict cd amp ses for the Menry retarded children at John Cotten tay my Nuj Portong a us res ram Ornes a rom United fund Quot a Quot v lib. A a staff photo by Litchfield exposed to marked social or economic stress. On the other hand about 14 percent of All Retar dates Are profoundly retarded r Seq tiring spec i a 1 training to master even the Basic self help a skills such As feeding or dressing. On the the average 8 out of 10 Retar dates can he taught trained and employed in some skill to be self supporting. There is a need in Beaufort county for a Day care Center for the pre school age children of working parents. This enables the child to be exposed to ther people adults and children alike outside of his own i see retarded Page 8i
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