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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaCairo pre cease fire missile Sites new Sam-2 Sites Gulf israeli air bases of suit a Iffla \ Lebanon Israel saudi Arabia states Egypt Algeria Oil Fields Sasse weather partly Cloudy and continued award through sunday with 9howers in coastal area today. Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Tai my 1941 Between a m and 7 00 o clock and one Wal be a a vend to you a a a pushed 190�-eight pages Washington North Carolina saturday afternoon september 19. I97q_ daily face i sunday August 7 cease fire zone a a phantom fighter to mrs with u. S. Aid cambodians plan assault on enemy a John to it social do Row writer phenom penh. Cambodia map it the cambodian Mitt tar command plans a big As Sault to smash through a communist Strrm Point that has stalled the Flovin Muus la rued tack a Pound be preceded by Hovi Vive it s air strikes against the Village officials in Saigon said that in try the cambodians decide to launch their assault additional air support will be available Fraini Smith fun to ump nerf offensive of he War then for a Earth a week limited is air strikes a ready were being carried out in preliminary attempts to div Lodge an estimated 1,000 North vietnamese trip Padua in at thi Village of tag Katie 47 it tax North of phenom penh off a Era at die operation v rear Headquarters in Santin i it Miles North of phenom penh mid today they were not sure when the assault a Gaud the North vietnamese would Start hut added they had teen told by the High command that the at Cambodia air Forres the officials said they were not a an of any massive commitment by the air p orce but added a great Deal depends on Quot exigent die a a sources in South v in t Nam said time the i nails Titan command has kept reporters from any Battle area a spokesman said the order was to prevent Cam in Kimit Maneu vers from he com my known hut there was Speed Latum that the i s embassy a awl Lia ,t, would prefer pm present can air Pew it us mail a report Meri that because president Nixon wanted to keep a Low profile to Cambodia. Camax Dian air pow or would he used first followed by South vietnamese air strik its and then american planes if Nee it cd for the second consecutive Day. Newsmen were barred from the front lines the first the opera imn. Stall a in front of tag Kauk since monday is aimed at reopening font str 8 to i hum a pro it a Itu Lxi capital Ami recount no an important segment of heartland from cum Gumiit control. Communist troops attacked the government task i orce South of tag during the night hut the said it was univ of a harassing nature Nixon blocks rail strike this look at the festering Middle East locates Oil Wells and the misfiring cease fire Stone and shows one of the phantom fighter bombers which the . Has agreed to self to Israel. The Palestine guerrillas say they will add destruction of . Oil interests to their sky Jack activities. The cease fire zone dose up illustrates How Egypt has advanced my amp tote Sites in Defiance of agreement Israel declares. Egypt reporting Arab cease fire Beirut Lebanon api a Cairo radio said today King Hussein has agreed to an egyptian cease fire proposal but shortly after the broadcast Jordan a military governor gave palestinian guerrillas an ultimatum to Burren a or face firing squads the ultimatum from Field marshal Habis maj Ali had a three hour deadline it appeared to mean the egyptian cease fire Effort had collapsed. Maj Ali said in a broadcast by radio roman that the guerrillas who did not surrender would be executed As mutineers. The Cairo broadcast said president Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt had proposed to Hussein that he and the guerrillas accept a 24-hour cease fire. According to Cairo Hussein agreed. the agreement had been worked out Early today in a meeting Between Hussein and Gen. Mohamed Sadek Egypt a army chief of staff who had flown to Amman Early in the fighting. It said Sadek then went into conference with Yasir Arafat Over All Leader of the guerrilla movement and other officials of the Central committee of the Palestine liberation organization. Maj Ali a announcement made no mention of the egyptian initiative. He stressed that the ultimatum was imposed under the martial Law decreed by Hussein at the Start of the fighting on thursday. The egyptian Effort and maj Ali a ultimatum came in the third Day of fighting. Casualties were reported soaring past. 5,000. Royal army forces were reported attacking the guerrillas called fedayeen in the North i. Guerrillas May lose to Hussein by Robert a. Dobkin a military writer Washington a . Military officials predict. It is Only a matter of time before the palestinian guerrillas out manned and outgunned Art Defeated by Jordan a Royal army of fiercely Loyal bedouin tribes men equipped with British and american arms King Hussein a armed Force of about 50,000 men is. Regarded by Pentagon officials As the Best in the Arab world and second in the Mideast Only to israelis. On the other Side is a divided guerrilla Force believed to have no More than 12,000 men under arms. The unknown factors officials Here say Are the iraqis with a see Jordan Page 8 Meir missiles must be removed by Mike Shanah an ssh a la cd press w Riter Washington tap act my Quot with great reluctance Quot the Nixon administration has blocked for 60 Days a threatened nationwide rail strike president Nixon signed exec live orders Friday barring a walkout by our unions against 100 Rati lines Ami creating a five member Board to Gate the dispute unless Congress enacts enter a gency legislation the unions will be free to strike if no con by Endrik Marton associated press writer Washington a israeli a Ripe minister Golda Meir has inflicted a heavy blow on american Hopes that the Middle East peace talks could be resumed in the near future. Mrs b0rr told president Nixon there can be no peace talks until Egypt removes the mis Siles Israel claims were implanted along the Suez canal in violation of a military standstill agreement. Nixon and Secretary of state William p. Rogers tried Friday but failed to persuade the 72-year-Oldisraeli Leader that talks under United nations mediator Gunnar jarring provide the Only Avenue to peace. In principle mrs., Meir agreed. But she asked Why should Israel negotiate a peace treaty with Quot a country who Cluj violated a lesser cease fire agree ment virtually the same Day it agreed to observe it president Nixon and Rogers Are reported to have understood mrs Meir s argument although they would not agree with her conclusion. American officials concede the standstill cease fire violations could not have occurred without the knew ledge and complicity of the soviet Union they say there is no quarrel with the harsh words the israeli Leader used at her Friday press conference when she accused Moscow and Cairo of had Faith and said Quot they both Are a. The Nixon administration consoled. Itself with the conclusion that because of the Jordan situation the question of resuming of political talks is hypothetical anyway. New Pill works after pregnancy annual fair set Here i next week doctor shortage ecu med school gets recognition l. Laverne Taylor. L. Laverne Taylor Dies Here l. Laverne Taylor age 48. Well known resident of 204 a 14th st. Died at his Home Friday evening at 9 05 . Following an illness of several months. Born at Ayden March 17, 1922 he was the son of b. Guy Taylor of Ayden and the late Effie Elizabeth Kittrell. He received his Early education in the Washington City schools and graduated from Washington High school in 1939. He attended Wake Forest College. He was a member of the first United methodist Church a former member of the Church Board and was chairman of the commission on education. He was a former rotary an former member of the salvation army advisory Board a former member of the Wasington City see Taylor Page 8 Raleigh a the executive committee of the North Carolina Board of higher education has endorsed a series of recommendations designed to alleviate the shortage of doctors and improve dental care in the state. The action came Friday when the committee approved reports of a joint committee on dental education and an advisory committee on medical education. The medical report included recognition of the Steps East Carolina University at Greenville is taking to establish a two year medical school. The advisory committees recommendations called for a a full and continued support of plans to expand the University of North Carolina medical school. A increased state assistance to the private medical schools of Wake Forest and Duke universities. The report of the joint committee on dental education said Many people in the state a simply cannot be1 served at any reasonable Cost due to a High rate of disease and a severe dental health manpower shortage a the report estimated Only 30 per cent of the state s population a receives any reasonable amount of regular dental care. A the report called for increased state Aid to provide for a the fluoridation of All Public water supplies a fluoride application program for children who do not have Access to flu. Rid ated water supplies expand red training of dental assistants and greater use of such assistants it said that Quot an expansion in the i mgr of dentists graduated in the state is essential and that to do this the state has the following options <1 expand the dental school at the University of North Carolina or 2 establish a second dental school in the state the advisory committee on medical education in its discussion of the proposed two year medical school at ecu said it recognized a that the general assemblies of 1965 1967 and 1969 authorized a two year school of Medicine to be created at East Carolina University. A that ecu is taking Steps toward establishing such a school. That the Heads of the unc Duke and Wake Forest medical schools have agreed to accept collectively from. If to 29 graduates of the ecu school so that they May continue their medi Cal education a provided the ecu school wins accreditation and provided its graduates meet admission standards the president of ecu or. Leo Jenkins has stated he expects the first students at his schools medical school to enter next fall. By Brian Sullivan a science writer new York Cap a scientists reported today promising experimental work on a new birth control agent one that would be used Only once a month when the woman believes she a pregnant. The research was described As very preliminary but a Federal family planning expert said the agent May be very close to the a ultimate a family planning method. A. The agent is one of a remarkable series of Chi Micals called Prosta Glandino hormone like fatty substances found widely in human and animal tissue. Prosta Glandino have an incredible Range of effects and researchers say they May find the annual Beaufort county fair scheduled Here next week will feature some outstanding agricultural exhibits. Max Chesnutt Beaufort county Extension chairman said today. A hopefully this will be one of the Best fairs Ever held Here a Chesnutt declared adding that the people of the county give Strong support to the annual event. A a a Chesnutt said he would urge both town and Rural people to visit the event and View the. Exhibits As Well As enjoy the medical uses m therapeutic other aspect o he air abortion inducement it Tabor the Arm mid s Ane and. Ltd contrast to their birth pm pro a cements ave been made Rise and Shine to show hts support and enthusiasm for this year s United fund Campaign. Mayor a Thomas Quot Stewart he it Kis an Early morning conference with Beverly mass. i major proclaims september 19 through us Topi ? United. Flint d,.y� stall photo by litchfield1 mayor proclaims tract settlement 15 reached in the next Fri Daw the Ford Rev signed under pro visions of the railway. Labor act affect some too two Union members about 7o per cent of the nations railway work Force Fahsl Secretary of labor William j users. A Fop labor Troub House a had hoped for a Settle ment negating the need Fot the executive order sit. A was a with great re Hie he said that the labor department recommended the president sign the orders but lie indicated Only a. Few Points of major disagreement remain to be resolved after w weeks of government sponsored talks those issues should in dealt with by the Board he said to Fly Quot Virld vie instead of the usual thre member Board formed so that an equitable settlement May be reached at the earliest possible time a its members Are to be named lain under the i4 ear old rail us Bor Law. The Board will study the dispute and submit its recommendations a dam 39 Days. Over he following 30 Days the unions and rail lines an recommend a turns lot tug negotiation a shake had Ticen called for sept to. But government Media tors won agreement from die. Union o delay for five Days a the cab Werg selective stat and wednesday until a Lectora i court order blocking any strikes took effect. . Court judge Howard Corcoran said Friday he would leave his order in effect until it expires sept 23 earner this week. C l Den Nis. President of the brother Hood of railway airline and i steamship clerks claimed the Industry negotiators remained Adamant in offering Only a one year 7 per cent wage increase offer the unions want a Hgt per cent or higher increase Over three years 1 a a or 1 a a besides the Ewerks. The unions involved Are the United transportation Union the brother Hood of maintenance of Way employees and the hotel and restaurant employees and bartenders Union and in contrast to control potential As a treatment for male sterility the versatile chemicals also May find uses in. The treatment of ulcers blood pressure prob lems asthma and even nasal de congestion. The newest report on Prosta Glandino came from by. Sultan m. M. Karim of maker Ere University at Kampala Uganda to an International meeting on the subject held by the new York Academy of sciences or. Karim reported that Prost Arlandin has been Given to 12 women who had missed their menstrual period for from two to seven Days. The chemical is in Tablet form and inserted in the Vagina. It produced a Normal period in 11 of the presumably pregnant women pregnancy was confirmed in eight of them. There have been Only minor at the fair facilities since last year including drainage which will help in the event of rain. Chesnutt said the annual four h poultry show and Sale will be held in connection with the fair for the. First time. He also said a Market hog show will be held on tuesday. Bob Pilch associate agricultural agent who will be in charge of the hog show said a pork film will be shown at intervals during the fair. He said a pork cookout contest will be held agin this year with the first place Winner getting the Opportunity to enter state Competition. There will also be Cash prizes for the first three places. Fun fair shows owned and operated by Royce Green. Jr., general manager and president will provide the Midway entertainment with 16 rides and fund set to open monday Side effects he said and the slideshows special attractions chemical seems to leave the body after affecting the uterus isee birth Page 8 will include Smokey the Bear and Priscilla the Monkey. The isee fair Page 8i a the United fund is made to come alive when we accept the philosophy that one of the duties imposed upon us by our Freedom is to support benevolent enterprises a mayor a. Thomas Stewart said today As he officially proclaimed september 19-october 2 United fund Campaign Days in a Washington,., a fall of us must be captivated by the highest motives for this Community Endeavor a Stewart said a the philosophy of the United Way is not to find an easy Way out of the tedious process of making Many Calls but rather it is a Way of doing the most Good for the most people in the Best possible Way a he continued actual campaigning for this years goal of 140,200 will get underway monday september 21. The United fund in Washington is the primary source of funding for the following organizations boy and girl scouts. Salvation army red Cross Beaufort county mental health county organizations for retarded children and a Small por Tion to the United Community services. A the United Way makes real sense because it saves time Money and Effort thus insuring. That a minimal amount of time is utilized to achieve mrs. Fannie Davis Dies mrs Fannie Smithwick Davitage 76. Ort to. Blounts Chi Cora Point died Sike Denly it her Home Early this morning. She had been in failing health for the past several Yea mrs. Davis was born u Beaufort county Jan 2, 1894 a ugh ter of the late Thomas Edward and Josephine Pitkus Smithwick she was married u dermis Davis who preceded bet in death in 1925 she is survived by a sister mrs. Alice Robbins of this Cit and a number of. Nieces ant nephews meaningful results Quot Stweart commented a i feel sure this Community will continue to support the outstanding and much needed work accomplished by the Fine organizations in the United., Ita who Mavor Rone lured funeral services will be Hel at the Chapel of the Pat funeral Home Here Monda afternoon at 3 o clock conduct by the Rev. Graham Lan burial will follow in the coi Point cemetery
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