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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - September 18, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaR weather Clear to portly Cloudy Fri continued warm through saturday with scat ter cd afternoon it and evening a his to we lot near <0. Washington Dahlst news if you do not get your a dips. Dial Mo-z143 Between a a a and 1 00 a Quot Cluck an one 11 be delivered. To you established 1909 tin pages Washington North Carolina Friday afternoon september 10, 1970 daily except sunday familiar unacceptable a a new pc peace plan offered tax talk aimed at Mecklenburg Nixon will offer More economic Aid to Israel by Lewis Gluck associated press writer Washington it a it the Viet congas a a new eight Point peace Jan has a familiar and unacceptable look to Washington officials. Under the enemy offer pre Charcotte api a Mem Quot Ltd ber of the North Carolina tax so _ # _ Sass Sig Jordan gives guerrillas Charlotte of an advantage in the Way it levies its local sales tax. Quot it is extremely unlikely that Mecklenburg county will emerge from he 1971 Genera i Chance to surrender Thomas sen ted in Paris thursday by Viet Cong foreign minister Nguyen thi Binh Saigon a Thieu by government would be replaced and the United states would have to Promise to get its troops out of South Vietnam by 1 next june �0 in return the Viet Cong would refrain from attacking the withdrawing Allied troops and would discuss future peace arrangements including release of prisoners . Authorities Here and in Paris have agreed to scan the Binh proposal carefully for any possible new openings but in general they said it appears to be a retread of past offers. Although a Viet Cong spokesman said the plan contains new Points the text received Here showed mrs Binh herself described the material Only As an elaboration of the Viet Cong s previous 19-Point proposal. Officials Here noted the enemy already had proposed a time limit for . Withdrawals. Last december the enemy offered a six month limit. The 10-Point plan and other North vietnamese Viet Cong proposals have provided for negotiating a prisoner release after the fighting ends. And ouster of the Thieu by regime is Standard fare in enemy demands . Officials said the american ambassador at the Paris peace talks David k. E. Bruce Assembly totally different from everyone else a rep hers toll Harkins of Asheville said thurs Day. He is a member of a commission subcommittee taking testimony on the local Salea tax and on a soft Dunk tax referring by Harry v 1 1 a pity Auer fated press writer c Hurc nominated for select list Raleigh st Thomas county native never a a a Torch. In Bathe a Dies in a. See .-peace. Page 10 salvation army looks to of �?T70 a give the United Way a is a familiar theme in Washington and All across the nation. It is based on the practicality of combing almost All of the health and welfare agencies into one drive. In this fashion everyone benefits the contributor member agencies Volunteer workers communities and most importantly those people the agencies serve. One such Agency rendering an incalculable service to the less fortunate of the City is the salvation army. Long an instrument of True service the salvation army is an integral part of the United fund. The local unit of the salvation army submits an annual report on All of its activities with a detailed financial breakdown. In the words of the present commander Captain Phil Rawls a while in gods work we never quite accomplish what we cherish for him we Trust the enclosed annual report will acquaint you More fully with our Aims and purposes a andean perusal of each annual of a Fiir a a r urch. In Bath North Carolina s oldest existing Church building a has been nominated by the state department of archives and history for inclusion on Jrie National Register of historic places. The nomination was submitted this week to the department of the Interior by or. H. G. Jones state Liaison officer for historic preservation a a the Church was established in accordance with the first vestry act of the colonial Assembly in 1791 and was the recipient of North Carolina s first Library Given that same year by the society for the propagation of the go6pel. Construction of the budding currently in use began about 1734. In addition to the prestige of inclusion on americans select list of historic places one of the benefits of listing on the Register is the Protection of the property from alteration or destruction by projects funded wholly or in part by Federal funds. If the Church is approved for entry on the Register official announcement will be made through the states congressional delegation. The Church is located in North Carolinas first incorporated town. A new visitor Center Belhaven Norman Jackson Warren age s3, of Chesapeake a. Died suddenly thursday afternoon funeral services will be held at the st. Claire a Church erf Christ saturday afternoon at 3 of clock with Melvin Styrons and s. Ray West officiating. Burial will follow in the Church cemetery. A a the body will be taken from the Paul funeral Home in Belhaven to the Church one hour prior to the service. A retired machinist who formerly worked with the Norfolk Navy shipyard or. Warren was born and reared in the Ransomville Community. He was the son of mrs. Nellie Jordan Warren and the late Norman h. Warren. He was married to Beulah Mae Bell. Surviving in addition to his Harkins was referring to Mecklenburg a practice of not charging its extra one cent per ok>11 Ai sales tax on items Suhi for delivery outside the county this makes Mecklenburg More competitive with counties that Don t have the local option sales tax. Mecklenburg does charge the additional tax for a total of four cents sales tax per Dollar for All sales made within the county no matter where the customer might live. Other counties with local option sales taxes Murat add the tax to All sales even to ones for delivery outside the county businessmen from several counties that have the local option tax told the subcommittee during its meeting in Charlotte that a a tax ally provision is hurting their business. Potential customers from counties that Don t have the sales tax refuse to buy in their counties they said Mecklenburg county merchants do not have to charge the extra tax on sales for delivery outside the county because Mecklenburg began levying the tax two years before the general Assembly approved the local option tax on a statewide basis in imply j a m the 1969 Law permitted counties we ache be to do so to add one eni to the state s three cent sales tax. Harkins and several wholesalers said at the meeting that All counties should be put on the same level As far As levies on out of county sales Are concerned a Durham businessman Dale files said the tax hurts Durham county merchants who have to compete with other see tax. Page 10 Stanley rites slated sat Belhaven mrs. Anne Dill Stanley age 88, died thursday night in the Beaufort county Hospital in Washington following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Stanley was a native of Georgia and was the widow of the late or. Henry b. Stanley. Wife Are one daughter min a see made her Home at constructed by the state department his Bon for of archives and the Bath. State see United fund Page 10 see st. Thomas Page 10 Homer Styrons of Elizabeth City one son Donnie h. Warren of Chesapeake a. Six grandchildren one Borther Ray Warren of it. 2, Belhaven and two Sisters mrs. Alton Selby of it. 1, Bath and mrs. W. V. Baker of Chesapeake Var. Warren was a member of the Geneva Park Church of Christ and was a Veteran of world War ii serving in time . Navy. Engelhard prior to moving to Belhaven and was a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving is one sister mrs. Clara d of Neal. Funeral services will be he cd saturday morning at 11 o clock at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home in Belhaven with the Rev. Fred Fordham officiating. Burial will follow m mount Awn memorial Park in Raleigh at. 3 . Visitors promote dare event the dare county and Cape Hatteras Lighthouse Centennial Celebration got off to a Good preliminary Start. Thursday As some 17 costumed Roanoke islanders came to Beaufort county to Tell their Story. The Centennial Celebration officially gets underway on october13 when governors Day will be celebrated. It through october 10 when gentlemen a Day will be observed. In Between there Are heritage Day. Park service it Day. Ladies Day senior citizens Day coast guard and Lighthouse Day. And youth Day. Each evening from. October 3-8 an historical pageant will he shown at lost Colony theater. It is entitled dare of tar Eelia. The group arrived in Washington yesterday around 10 30 of clock at. Harding Square. They were welcomed visitors Page 10 Beirut. Lebanon it Apfield marshal habit maj Ali ordered he jordanian army to observe a temporary cease fire today to give guerrilla forces an Opportunity to surrender with a hit a ii i Liu i j 11> h go i a r i maj Alt a statement was Broad carrying nut mopping up opera turns a to the front Towt line with Rami Israel Attr president meets with Golda Meir there remained no word about the Mahdal area in the outskirts where 54 hostages from last week air hijackings Are believed held. Neither Side has mentioned the hostages in the Post two Dwy it to Pitt common or Rev the broadcast did not slate the time limit for the i ease fin1 guerrilla communiques broadcast by radio stations in Syria and Iraq claimed fighting my a my m Man nor Mil etxf1 a it John m High Tow Khz special a i or of Drin Washington t a president Nixon reportedly was pre sired today to Promise israeli Premier Golda Meir extensive frown we mid and Eow Tib air a cast by Jordan s official radio rum Amman the capital a Type cease fire order came in the second Day of Sharp fighting in Jordan it spread into nor tie Ero Jordan near the syrian Bor Der during the Day. The army claimed it was in control in am Man and the former guerrilla stronghold of Zarqa. 15 Miles Northeast of Amman a military communique said King Hussein a forces controlled 16 Amman District and were the wording of marshal Maja he cease fire order made it a fear he wan not Jive Fred my to negotiate with the guerrillas on the terms he had offered them on thursday King Hus sem named maj Ali to head the jordanian government on wednesday. Fighting broke out shortly afterwards the of guerrilla command rejected a Jab s cease fire of Fer on thursday the terms in eluded acceptance by the guar Rillas of an army Safe conduct where bloody clashes were re ported during the night Pfurr Urha rather broaden at said Amy tank units attacked palest Man strongholds and 1 a t heavy fighting was going on in what the commandos Hadgie scribed earlier As Quot liberated areas a the guerrilla broadcasts from Baghdad and Damascus said the tanks launched a three pronged attack on Ramatha tur a see Mideast. Page 191 Bethune Speaks to rotarians or William Bethune. Ctn Ciao uting military while urging her to end promptly her Boykett <4 Middle fast peace talks the Plain spoken 72 year old israeli Leader went into today s round id talks with Nixon and other High i a s officials expected. To emphasise her government s dissatisfaction Over american failure to demand that Quot Egypt Roll Hack Misajet bases deployed near the Kuet canal in alleged violation of the military standstill Igi Cement sponsored by the t rated states. Against the background of new Middle fast turmoil entered in Jordan. Mrs Meir was scheduled to meet Secretary of state v i Liam p Rogers at the slate department that meeting was to he followed by a White House conference with. Preni Dent Nixon who returned to Washington thursday night Fol Low my a to o Day visit to Kansas director of tin Cherry Hospital Are a a x so. L a. Officials hoped Nixon t fresh Assurance a i support in Goldsboro told rotarians Here last night that an alcoholic is not a a thing to be defined categorized or forgotten about but a human being who takes something too far to the Point of a an alcoholic takes booze to kill the pain erf living a he said. A the takes it to kill feelings of infer i Ortity loneliness frustration and pain but we All Tong these feeling me tame explained a the alcoholic known what in going to happen when he reaches for the bottle hut in his weakness the pain has become too the Dor or said would be sufficient to offset mrs Meir s concern that Israel had keen placed at a severe military disadvantage on the Suez front since the cease fire went into effect aug 8. She has refused to let her representatives engage in preliminary peace exchanges with Arab envoys at the United nations because of isee it Iff p. U. Miss Hardison to be speaker quoting it latin axiom which Bethune said is the heart of the a ponies of dealing in tuft a tech us of tip w late to Quot to �ic1t nun therefore nothing human is alien to me a. A a Rry a <8uh photo by Lutc Stokr ii oui Iii ii Roebuck and or. Ret hum1 Over Flag to Fig unit a Boti Minni a a we is immature and anyone can. Help a Man a Quot stand on Quot his own two feet a a they Are Gotts children who need miss. A Antee g i lard son. Director District do democratic women and currently f a Rector to composition. English dept fast Gar Olma University to Greeny tile will be guest speaker Yor i6omtty- a democratic women at luncheon matting wednesday sept 23, 12 ii Nooi i at Holiday inn. Miss i car "1 help a he a said. High court faces emotional Issue by Barky Schweid associated press writer Washington Cap a the supreme court is headed into an emotional controversy Over the american Flag. Two appeals from Fiew York awaiting the justices return next month provide Pivotal tests of efforts to shield the Flag from scorn or even use by radicals. Historically the Flag has been an object of veneration for fervent patriots. But its also Toen used As a political Banner As a Call to Arais a Symbol of injustice and As a. Target of mockery. The question confronting the court is whether americans can be sii Fate prison because of the Way they use the Flag. In one Case the owner of a Madison Avenue Art gallery Stephen Radich. Was. Convicted for exhibiting seven constructions by Marc Morro an artist and War protester who Dis played the hag. As a male sex Organ. Radich was sentenced to x Quot Days in jail. 1 in ease four Long Island women and two Organiza to Otas opposed to the Vietnam War have Toen threatened with Quot prosecution by n As say county District atty. William Cahn for superimposing the traditional peace Symbol upon a representation of the Flag. Arrested for. I spa y i no. T he Emblem a re com. Muh in new Yurii sky. Last year the supreme court ruled"3 to Thessi the Constitution a we have to get together not As doctors or1 specie lists but As men alcohol is a life problem i never ask a Manly ties having trouble withal Chol Only if he shaving More trouble with it than it s Worth a Bethune explained he a id 00004 thing Lis defined people Stop thinking about it. He indicated that a human bring cannot be. Defined and that the key to curing alcoholism is to help the alcoholic in his won mind rejoin the human family. Diann was an alternate Delegate from first congressional District to National democratic Conven a Tion in 1960. She was a member Jol advisory committee of m. A recreation mls a Hardison Cord Mission served As stale organizer for Young democratic was instrumental in organizing democratic i see court Page 101 this is the second visit of or be Thune to the Washington rotary club. The Chib recently he id is if pos Iii. In a alcoholism and business and is presently working to establish. I r a a be n t Loca 1 Counci 1. Designed to bring the Community together to dem with the problem women of Pitt county. Worked with hed Cross As instructor,.and is listed in who a who in american colleges and tin i Versi t ies. 1953, North Carolina lives and. In 1966 edition of who a who am orig Young women in America. A reservations May to1 made by Cal tfx a mrs Quot a. C. Quot Snow a it Quot a a a mme a policeman shot to death in Toledo Early today tobacco Box score staff photo by Litchfield see Harding gets Centennial tie or i Alten Ammri of Manteo Placas a dans. Comity Bati Eres Centennial Bow he on Edmund Harting. Allen mini of Manteo and mayor Tom Stewart of Washington watch the activity. Photo by Litchfield the Washington tobacco Market yesterday sold 306,894 pounds of tobacco for f22s.,5m.,&4. For an Avha Page of al per in pounds. The Washington Market to Date has now sold s,111.i m pounds of tobacco for 63.715.452�?z�f for an average of 672.68 per i m pounds Billy dawson., supervisor says a this was a Good week Here and we expect another Good one next Alrek a on monday first Sale goes to Talley second Sale goes to Hassell third Sale goes to sermons warehouse. To let a Ohio api a a. Policeman. Was shot to death at Point Blank Range in his patrol car Early today and the slaying touched off a six hour siege by police against snipers in a building housing a Black Panther Headquarters. Miscannon. A tooling in a pre dominantly negro inner City area. Walter Stow his partner said a negro Man approached their car said a they baby i be got something for you 1&Quot and bred a pistol at the officers head. To 0.1� armed teen Ager was Cri the attacker fled in a car. Tidally wounded in the ensuing Stow was hospitalized in Exchange of gunfire As he fled the building police mid. Others who fled fired on police from nearby buildings. One Man was arrested and charged with the policeman a death. Five policemen had Quot been injured in an earlier disturbance at police Headquarters when a crowd of Blacks demanded release of a prisoner. Police Arres ted six persons in that incident dead was patrolman Wiliam of Shock. for Aid brought 3d policemen to the area. Snipers fired As an ambulance arrived for Miscannon. In the ensuing gunfire several persons ran from the Black Panther building and. Fired at police from other buildings in the Block of Small businesses. Police lobbed tear Gas into the Headquarters building before moving in to search the premises. They found the building amp officers identify the Woi ind red youth As Troy montgomery., 16 they said became out of the building with a Rifle in his. Hand and a. Band Itier of ammunition Over Bis shoulder police., were Uncertain Tow Many Quot persons had Toen is the. and fled during the siege John Meivin Mcclellan a of Toledo was arrested nearby and charged with murder of Miscannon. Police chief Anthony Bosch says he does not believe Miscannon a death was instigated by Black. Panthers but suspects those firing took advantage of the situation. He said to was not sure those who opened fire from the i see policeman Page 10
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