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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - September 25, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy arid continued warm today and saturday. Generally fair at a it will mime morning fog Likely highs so lows around 70. Washington daily news if you do not got your paper. Dial to 2145 Between t so and 1 00 o clock and one will be delivered to you established 190v ten pages Washington North Carolina Friday afternoon september 25 1970 daily except sunday still Hope lame Duck Prospect disturbs leaders a a Mondale warning by William p. A it bog ast associated press writer Washington it a it a the Prospect of the first Quot lame Duck Quot session of Congress in 20 years looms after election Day t tobacco t roubles f foreseen by Don Kendall a farm writer Washington a tobacco banners could be in for Stormy weather Down the line because erf a continued decline in american cigarette habits and rising Competition for Lucra Uve world markets. Total production this year in despite the distaste of leaders eluding puerto Hwo. Is Esly Wai Hussein Arafat announce agreement to end fighting 6th Fleet steaming near mid East with russians by Gregg Herrington associated press writer Washington apr the pending import quota Bill to part of a dangerous wave erf . Economic isolationism that could Hurt american shippers manufacturer and consumer sen. Walter Mondale Laid today As Senate opposition to the measure began to jell. The Bill designed largely to protect the american textile and shoe industries by limiting imports of those items a goes far beyond any concept of a fair Protection Mondale said in a speech for the Senate. A it is a Pandora a Box of protectionism which openly invites higher prices to the american consumer and serious retaliation. Economic isolationism and a serious setback to world Trade negotiations Quot he charged. Sens. Mark o. Hatfield r-ore., and a cob k. Javits . Also have indicated opposition to the Bill in the past two Days Mondale and several colleagues urged chair my Russell Long a la. Of the finance committee to reject a move by a Sens. Ernest Rollings. Is c., and Strom Thurmond. R-s.c., to have the house1 Bill attached to an otherwise popular place of legislation S.C. As a social Security my before bringing it before the full Senate. Quot to allow precipitous action under the cover of a crowded Senate schedule and the enormous pressure for passage of social Security or welfare legislation would be most unfortunate a the senators said in the letter. Mondale stressed that american agriculture probably would be Hurt first and most if Japan for example should retaliate against the United states for limiting its textile exports to this country. Cubans return Hijacker to . Two travel promoters at Odds Raleigh apr two state officials who spend half million dollars a year to promote tourism. In. North Carolina have been engaged in a bitter feud for months the Greensboro daily news said today. The newspaper said gov. Bob Scott is aware of the situation in the state department of conservation and development. A the feud involves Bill Hensley travel and promotion director and Roy Wilder jr., representative of a private firm Charles Crone associates of Raleigh. That firm has the annual $575,000 state advertising contract. Neither Hensley nor Wilder was available for comment. Hensley is in California. Gov. Scott and Roy Sowers jr., cad director were not available for comment. The daily news said that Wilder and. Hensley have not spoken to each other for almost a year unless required to do so at advertising committee meetings. The discord apparently resulted from a news Story last Christmas Day quoting Hensley As saying out of state inquiries concerning North Carolina attractions were Down from a comparable period a year earlier. The daily news said Wilder took personal offence at those statements claiming that Hensley was leaking damaging information to newspapers in or see feud Page 10� by George Gedda associated press writer Washington a state department officials express doubt the return of an alleged . Hijacker by Cuba Foresha Dows a thaw in the decade Long diplomatic estrangement Between the two countries. Official sources say the action has not been accompanied by any softening of the anti american rhetoric of cuban policy statements. A if anything anti american statements coming out. Of Havana have been on the increase lately a one official said a we noticed a change for the worse starting about last april. Quot nonetheless officials were clearly pleased that Cuba for the first time in some 70 hijackings Over the past 10 years had at last consented to the direct return of an accused Hijacker. The United states repeatedly has made known to Cuba through Independent channels its desire that hijackers be returned for prosecution. About a dozen have been allowed to leave the Island and have returned to the United states through various routes. American officials were permitted. Into Cuba thursday to escort to Miami Robert Laba die a former . Army private who is charged with hijacking a. Trans world airlines flight on aug 24. Labadie was returned shortly before noon on the second of the daily refugee flights to Miami and placed in the custody of Justice department officials. Officials Here noted there was no immediate explanation by Cuba for the unprecedented action. They observed however that Labadies return coincided with a commentary by Prensa Latina the official cuban news see Cura Page 10 of both houses for S.C. a meeting not All of them have abandoned Hope for adjournment be fore the nov. 3 elections in which All seats in the House and one third in the see a the will be filled. But House speaker John w Mccormack. A mass. Has said Congress cannot finish its work before election Day without junking some major legislation. Already 24 Mem Here of the present Congress will not be Back for the new session starting in january they have either announce their retirements. Sought other offices or lost in the primaries casualties in the nov. 3 elections May Dou ble the number of lame ducks. A major objection to sessions after election Day is that too Many Defeated members Are looking for new jobs and Are willing to do some legislative log rolling to get them. House leaders have agreed informally to a recess starting about oct. 15 and ending the week after the election. The recess May Start even sooner since anxious members want to get Home to Campaign. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana says Congress can wrap up its business by oct. Is. But with a filibuster developing Over a pro posed constitutional amendment to elect the president by direct popular vote the Senate would have to abandon Many major measures to hit its adjournment target. R House leaders unofficially have relegated to a Post election session some major Bills including a reciprocal Trade measure and an Industrial safety proposal they would like to pass before the recess an ant crime Hill and the $69 billion defense appropriation Bill and re pass the vetoed $19 billion Independent offices Money measure. Both would have to dear the Senate. Eight of the 13 annual appropriation Bills which finance the government still Are far from enactment. Since july 1, when the new fiscal year started the departments whose Money is tied up have been financed on a temporary basis. The most recent temporary act expires oct. 15. The last time Congress held a Post election session was in 1950. It recessed that year from sept. 23 to nov. 27 and finally adjourned on Jan. 2, 1951, after passing a tax Bill and some Money measures. There were More than 40 lame ducks in that Post election meeting. Two indicted Statesville Cap a Federal grand jury has indicted a Young Gastonia Man and his girl Friend on charges of hijacking a private plane to Cuba. The two Ira Meeks 26, and Dianne Mckinney 17, have been held in Cuba since the hijacking last Spring Bills of indictment were returned in u. S. Middle dist. Court this week charging them with forcing Pilot Boyce Stradley of Gastonia to Fly to Havana after he took them up for a $5 ride. De at i 86 billion pounds slightly More than the 1969 crop a gain in per acre yields More than offset a two per cent cutback in 1970 acreage agriculture department offi i report that the Outlook for the current 1970-71 marketing sea son Calls for combined Domestic and Export use to be slightly less than the 1 95 billion pounds in 1969-79, a Little change is expected in cigarette the report said Quot hut the gradual Down trend in tobacco used per cigarette seems Likely to continue exports May be the old crop tobacco carryover going into the current season was 5 7 billion pounds for All types the smallest Reserve since 1953. However the report said the new crop Means a total Supply this season of More than 5.5 billion pounds this is a heavy in relation to disappearance Quot officials said cigarette smoking of a per capita basis has dropped steadily since health warnings began in Earnest during the Early 1.969s,. But the downturn May be slowing according to the report. Preliminary estimates show americans 18 years and older will smoke an average of 3,960 cigarettes in Calendar 1970. A one per cent drop from 1969 last year the per capita average was 3.993 cigarettes Down sharply from 4,186 smoked in 1968 a consumer incomes have surged ahead a the report said Quot so the Large increases in cigarette prices and tie smoking health publicity Are not reduce by John . Associated press writer with the 6th Fleet apr the . 6th Fleet with its Jet bombers and marines is steam ing 150 Miles from the troubled Middle East with the a by a al soviet Mediterranean Squadron following determinedly but politely in its Wake ships Are moving in step with soviet vessels wherever they May he in the Mediterranean. A you could say we share a common interest in what the other Guy is says rear adm Roger Spreen the 6th Fleet was put on Alert after Arab guerrillas hijacked four jetliners two weeks ago am military Money Bill held their passengers hostage the Nixon administration or dered the Fleet to stand by in Case help to needed in evacuating americans from War torn Jordan 15 of 54 hostages Are freed Atte Iiron a of i a five ships in the area is in sight of the ear riders Independence and Saratoga at All times the Light Amber sides of a Kashin antiaircraft missile destroyer serving As observer for a Sov let surf a get o sure a be Inis site Cruiser Over the horizon was spotted by i he i depend Enre thursday sometimes the big russian cruisers show up with i heir Crews rolling out missiles or Moon rocks training the gun turrets Quot you ran t Tell if they re doing that for training or to show us s. said one officer on the Independence in paper the two fleets Are roughly malt tied Wilh at hit Ati ships each including submarines the third i s Carrier the John f Kennedy and the helicopter assault Carrier Guam have yet to arrive although the soviets have two helicopter carriers. None is in the Mediterranean four other soviet destroyers and one Cruiser have been cleared for passage through the see Fleet. 10 Nasa notes gets of russian Mission cigarette use per Persia Jis system Washington apr a $19.9-Bill Ion. Military purchasing Bill including two new Sites for the safeguard anti ballistic missile system has been approved by a Senate House conference. The agreement subject to approval of both houses before going to president Nixon is $1 billion under the Nixon budget. The abm system a subject of Senate debate for two. Years will be expanded to four locations but the conference accepted the Senate a elimination of funds to begin deployment of a chinese oriented area defense much As last year the Export situation is a different matter. Shipments tote led 572 million pounds of Leaf during the year ended june 30 but Are expected to decline this season a Many foreign suppliers Are increasing a officials said a and . Sea farm Page 10 mrs. Marcia Jordan passes mrs. Marcia Cutler Jordan age 79. Widely known resident of 534 East main Street died suddenly thursday morning shortly before noon. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 00 in st. Peters episcopal Church with the Rev. Irwin Hulbert or. Officiating. Burial will be in Zion. Episcopal Church cemetery near Washington. Serving As Active a 1.1 Tea Here will be f. Ray Moore. James a Glenn d. Ray Everette Willard b. Litchfield. R a t Braddy jr., and Julian a Cutler mrs. Jordan widow of Thomas Gray Jordan was born in Beaufort county March 26, 1891 daughter of the i f���95sl of Roake succumbs Uit a yrs hts a a lesion w the conference restored $700 million which had been Cut by the Senate the House version carried $20 5 billion about $100 million less than the Pentagon asked sen. John Stennis d miss., chairman of the Senate armed services committee said thursday conferees stashed the budget for research and development by $300 million the key change in the conference agreement Sterpis said involves Navy shipbuilding conferees eliminated $152 million for a new aircraft Carrier but approved $435 million for several new ships including two nuclear powered submarines which the House had added to the president s budget. Stennis said defense depart ment spokesmen spent a lot of time a a clamouring for what they lost Quot in the senatef5�ll. A i Don think we be any modifications that in any Way impair the efficiency of military preparedness or its effectiveness a he said. The final version of. The Bill carries $75 million for development of the by bomber. The. Senate had approved $50 million and the House $100 million. Mrs. Katharine an a new Ana i it Sis by Harry f. Rosenthal a associated press writer Washington a front the beginning the objective in reaching the Moon was More than just bring Back samples. Otherwise the United states might have sent an unmanned ship just As the russians did this week. Quot i think the achievement of the russians with an unmanned vehicle is exciting and shows a High degree of technology a or George m. Low acting administrator of the a lion at Verona u tics and space administration said in an interview he did not go As far As l r Ivan of obtf�/1 Sov Hea d of mus cows aeronautics Institute who called the Lama 16 Experiment Quot no less an important even from the Point of View of Lech ology Quot than americans placing men on the Moon Quot the main Hing to keep in mind is that the principal and first purpose of Apollo was not in bringing Back lunar samples but to build a space capability for the United states to build space Power and space exploration capability and to demonstrate Low said. Quot to meet these objectives we selected manned lunar landings which would require very Large Booster capability very High technology of manned flight guidance heat Protection and environmental control science and exploration was a secondary objective when plans were being made nine years ago. Low said and. That involved bringing Back lunar material a it certainly Wasny to the pm Cipa i purpose of Low said. Quot had our sole objective Iri 1961 been bringing Back lunar samples we might Well. Have also chosen the unmanned a Laura Cutler. She is survived by one brother David Cutler of Watha and a sister. Mrs. Cora Russell of Beaufort. The body will remain at the Oden funeral Home until the funeral hour. Rehabilitation Money House passes Broad drug controls by Robert a. Hunt i associated press writer Washington apr the House has passed a Broad narcotics control Bill giving agents and judges More Power while reducing the penalty for possessing a drug for personal use. The Bill eliminates All mandatory minimum sentences for controlled drugs and brings in rehabilitation and research Fea Tures under a $403 million three year program. A 340-6 vote thursday sent the measure to the Senate which last january pasted a More limited version. In some instances the Bill exceeds Nixon administration proposals in. The drug portion of its ant crime package. However the no Knock authority for narcotics agents and the new judicial authority both had administration backing. The no Knock Section which allows agents under some circumstances to enter a Home unannounced was in the Senate Bill. Similar language giving judges Power to boost penalties after conviction in certain cases is included in separate pending crime Bills. The House Bill also includes a spending ceiling of $6 million in each of the three years to hire an additional 300 narcotics Agento the administration Hadnot sought it. Nor was it. In the Senate Bill. The package covers barbiturates amphetamines hallucinogens Tranquili Zers and marijuana and includes a Section to control imports and exports of S.C. hard narcotics As heroin it would reduce from a felony to a Misdemeanour illegal pos session of controlled drugs by an individual for his own use. Otherwise Possession would remain a felony. A sentence of 10 years to life would be mandatory for organized pushers. But with solid Republican backing rep Richard h Poff r-va., added authority for the judge to Levy sentences up to 25 years for special dangerous offenders even though lower terms were imposed after conviction. His amendment was approved on a 147-61 non record vote. The Bill also a authorizes $75 million Over three years for Community mental health centers expanding the scope for special facilities to rehabilitate drug dependent per sons. A authorizes $39 million for drug abuse education. A requires registration of those engaged in handling of drugs including manufacturers wholesalers and retailers doctors also would have to keep records on certain drugs Dis see drugs. Page 19� mrs. Katharine grasses Roake. Age 95, died in the Beaufort county Hospital tuesday evening following a Brief illness. Mrs. Roake was born in Elmira n. Y. On oct. 21, 1874, daughter of the late Wilber and Clara Tomlinson grasses she was a member of the presbyterian Church of the Green at Bloomfield n. J. Mrs Roake was a retired music teacher at Elmira College and was married to Stephen Allen Roake of Peekskill. N. Y. In june 1901. He preceded her in death feb. 2, 1935. She spent most of her lifetime in new Jersey and new York but had been making her Home Here with her brother and sister in Law or and mrs. Arthur r. Grasses at North shores for the past four months surviving Are two sons Wilber c Roake of san Mateo Calif and e. Roake of vane ver. British Columbia two daughters mrs Dorothy Knowles of san Francisco Calif and mrs. Virginia Fairweather of Dunellen n. J. See Roake Page 10 absolutely Correct because it built the space capability we set out Todo we stated in 1961 what we were going to do we did it in the Eves of the world on a me and within the Tumis that we told. Congress it would with a demonstrated capability of Landing on another celestial body scooping up samples and returning them to Earth the russians seemingly have some advantage for exploration of the planets the United states plans to launch a spacecraft called Viking in 976 to fmai1 Yew lat a if cog will hav a. Sample analysts Laboratory biochemical Laboratory which i will Analyse Martian surface material and Send Back the in formation. Beginning with Apollo 15. Probably in july next a earths Quot spacemen will carry a Small Rover vehicle to the Moon let Umil greater exploration than has been possible on the pro virus Short walks. A Quot once we had decided to go to the Moon with Man Quot said Low. A Man also demonstrated he was capable As an explorer in space there a a Good example on Apollo 12 when Pete Conrad called out to al bean. A Hev. Look at that interesting Rock Over there a the saw something he d teen trained to look for no machine can do tobacco Box score the Washington tobacco Market yesterday sold 3x5.197 pounds of tobacco for 1211 i. 165.6-1 for an average of tri m per Hitt pounds the Washington Market to Date has now sold 6.250.709 pounds of tobacco for st.544.102.3x for an average of $72.70 per too pounds on monday. Sept Emovi a a first Sale goes to Hassell warehouse second Sale goes to sermons warehouse third Sale goes to Talley warehouse. A it Tity it spin Assoc rated press writer Beirut Lebanon a it King Hussein ref Jordan and palestinian guerrilla Leader Yaa if \ Arafat Hula it Anik hinged agree ment to end the civil War in Jor Dan the Marinou Cement Fot Lowed word from army com Mamie hah is maj Ali that 15 of m hijacked airline passengers held hostage by jordanian guerrillas had been freed released were eight britons five Swiss and two West germans All hut one ref tin 39 Host Ages who remained in the guerrillas hands were believed to be americans maj Ali said arrangements would the made quickly to get the freed passengers out of Amman the agreement fret Ween Hus Sein Arafat and Arab mediator Jaafar al Numajiri president of Sudan was announced Over am than radio it was the first time Arafat Haij of the Palestine old ter a 11 on 1 a a 111 / a i in. A greed to Stop f lighting in nine Days of bloody civil War the agreement followed reports on Cairo radio that Numajiri met with Arafat Early today on wednesday Arafat had spurned �1 sense fire reached Between Hussein and two captured guerrilla leaders Field marshal maj Ali said the Freer airline passengers Quot Are now in army hands preparatory to their delivery to their Home countries he did not say How they were freed from the guerrillas Pru Imail there a Tyre some 41 hostages from thrive plants hijacked to the jordanian or of sept 6 Ami 9 most of the Box tages wire Riu sed earlier Tkel a planes were blown up the guerrillas a v e demanded the release of palestinian commando Jiw led m Kri Umi. West Germany. Switzerland and 1� Rael As Ransom for the hostages maj Ali and Hussein both is sued orders Over Amman radio for their troops to abide by the after the ports of More fighting around it hid in North Ern Jordan guerrilla broadcasts from a Maxeus and Baghdad said the army was making tank and artillery assaults on palestinian positions in Amman and in in hid through the night several thrusts at Irbid were halted a Etc. Cording to the Gur Edlas n fifty eight foreigners. them americans were evacuated from Amman to Beirut thursday and three planes stood by for further evacuations of foreigners today. Two pre pared to leave Cyprus to take f out British subjects and one was. Waiting for orders to leave Rei rut to remove americans who were unable to make in to the Amman Airport for thursdays flight the guerrilla broadcasts claimed their forces shelled Hussein s summer Palace at al Hii mar Early today in retaliation for the jordanian army a Quot Savage attacks against us in Irbid the communique said he shells a hit the assigned targets Quot but did not say the Palace was hit. Could cause by d. Mark Brown associated press writer Washington a representatives of the enzyme detergent Industry already sting ing from Federal charges of false advertising have been summoned to Washington to discuss possible harmful effects to users of their laundry products. Citing a number of complaints that enzyme Laden detergents May cause skin irritations or allergies Heads of the Federal Trade commission and the food and drug administration today asked the Industry to appear oct. 8. In. A letter to the soap and laundry detergent association Etc chairman Miles w. Kirk r irritations Patrick and Fra commissioner Charles d. Edwards said there is rising Public concern Over use of enzymes in laundry products. Quot under these circumstances we believe it would be mutually beneficial for the Etc and the Fra your representative and perhaps those of one or two companies to pm it Las 800,1 As possible to discuss this and Ottier questions Quot the letter said the letter was made Public by the Etc Only a Day after the Agency issued a proposed com plaint against the three major enzyme detergent producers charging false advertising. The Etc complaint., which named Procter and Gamble lever Brothers and Colgate pal a a a. Jr7 to j Molive said Etc tests disproved advertising claims that enzyme additives would remove All stains from laundry. While enzymes a catalytic agent might be of some value in cleaning they do not perform the was Day miracles claimed in advertising the complaint said Procter and Gamble has announced it will contest the Etc complaint. Consumer advocate Ralph Nader in a petition filed with the Etc last summer saw even less value in. Enzyme ingredients and a great Deal More harm than government agencies have mentioned
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