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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - September 29, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather generally fan in Ruidi wed tic a Lav Gawlt Nudd Cool tonight and to Emilii a Little a Armei m a Only we of wednesday it not it Luitz a sos Light in 70s. Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dial a 21 is Btl ten a so a Ltd 7 00 i clerk and raw Wittl be delivered to you establish to 1909 eight pages Washington North Carolina. Tuesday afternoon september 29, 1970 daily except sunday Nixon stresses 6th Fleet peace Force world awaits successor by Frank Cormier associated press writer aboard the s. Sara Toga apr president Nixon stressed Quot Power for peace in a speech to men of the . 6th Fleet today but silenced the to the late egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser in a broadcast to the Fleet from this aircraft Carrier in the Mediterranean and referring to the . Army Navy and air Force. Nixon of id vate meeting with Secretary of state William p. Rogers. Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird and Security affairs adviser Henry a no details of the finding were disclosed. But Nixon a schedule for the remainder of Quot i Salute you As the peace forces of the United states of he also told the men they were the Quot peace forces of the the president said the Quot Power and mobility of the 6th fleets in this period of danger and tension in the Middle East have been a a indispensable in keeping peace. A Nixon conferred earlier with his top advisers about the death of Nasser and its effect on the Middle East United states and the rest of the world. After spending the night on the aircraft Carrier Saratoga which is cruising in the Mediterranean with the . 6th Fleet the president went into a Pri his five nation tour of Europe was unchanged. There had been speculation that Nixon might have to Call off his visit to Yugoslavia scheduled for wednesday and of t he Dea i h of Nasser president Tito of Yugoslavia was a close Friend of Nasser and the egyptian presidents funeral is scheduled thursday in Cairo. But the yugoslav government disclosed today that Tito had named his top adviser to go to the funeral and was continuing preparations for Nixon s visit. Yugoslav officials continued the distribution of invitations for a state reception Tito and his wife Are to give for the Nixon in Belgrade wednesday night Nixon said today that the United Stales must maintain its military forces and a a must have them ready have them Mobile so Nixon. Page 8 Paris map it experts on the Middle East predict a Strug Gle in Egypt to succeed presi Dent Gamal Abdel Nasser and some diplomats forecast k so vet move to install a pop rus Sian As Bis successor the uncertainty of the Situa Tion was summed up today by one official who said Quot nobody is going to know what s happen my until somebody reads the egyptians head toward Cairo by thousands to pay respect a Nasser dream a unfulfilled a copter crash kills 4 fighters state looks into t Rucker Raleigh apr the North Carolina utilities commission is investigating charges that some truck lines in the state either Don t pay or Are slow in paying damage claims. At a conference monday the commission was urged to set up administrative procedures for a More reasonable length of time than the present 15 Days customers have for filing claims for lost or damaged Merchan disc. A it is unexplainable Why it takes As much As a year at times to collect claims for damages if at All but. The retailer is obligated to meet payments to the manufacturer a said Wade Penny a Durham attorney. Penny a comment came during an informal conference called by the utilities commission to receive evidence from the . Merchants association to support the associations request for the commission to cite the truckers in a formal proceeding. Penny who represented furniture outlets in Durham Vance and Granville counties told the commission if costs $25 to $30 in overhead for a. Merchant to process a claim and a some retailers done to bother if Only a $50 to $60 loss is Gordon Rawls of Wihs am too. Told the commission it took More than a year to Settle a $107.50 claim for a damaged appliance. A Roxboro appliance dealer Barker Berry said he finally gave up on a $287 claim on a refrigerator damaged beyond repair. Los Angeles apr a fierce Battle to beat Back the largest Brash fire Ever in California was being won today near san Diego while a favourable weather Outlook encouraged fire fighters on dozens of other fronts across Southern California. The death toll from the five Day siege in six counties Rose to eight monday night when a. Pilot and four fire fighters were killed in a helicopter crash while heading for a fire in the Angeles National Forest outside los Angeles. A number of new Small fires were blamed on arsonists. Thousands of evacuees returned to their Homes. Hundreds had none to return to the Federal Small business administration estimated the Over All property loss in the state at $175 million with fire damage to 1,500 Homes businesses or other buildings. California was declared a disaster area making victims eligible for Low interest Loans. In los Angeles and san Diego counties alone 666 structures were destroyed including 190 Homes and 336,000 acres an land Lay charred by the flames. Fire fighters began to breathe More easily about a 200,000-acre fire halted sunday at the outskirts of several san Diego suburbs. But winds helped another major Blaze flare up monday night and race Over 10,000 acres of a heavily wooded area drawing within 10 Miles of the main fire. A heat wave that reached Leo degrees was expected to continue. Elsewhere winds diminished. Forecasters predicted the air flowing from the High desert East of Here would grow weaker North of san Diego county. They held out Hope for rising humidity and possibly scattered showers. Will Arab israeli and Western diplomats in. Paris agreed flow eve or. That vice president Anwar Sadat one of the original members of Nasser s 1952 Junta and t now provisional president of Egypt would not emerge As Nasser a successor an israeli embassy official predicted that members of the right Wing Muslim brotherhoo holdovers from what the Diplomat called the old military class would move to establish a claim on egyptian leadership he did not Rule out violence on the brotherhoods part an egyptian however discounted the strength of the brotherhood in Egypt and mentioned the possibility of a bid for Power by All Sabry. A Moscow protege. Sabry Heads the Arab socialist. Union Egypt s Only party and directs the country a civil defense militia. The egyptians reaction was seconded by senior Western dip la mate in the French Capitel. They said the russians would be forced to move to protect their military and political investment in. Egypt. This feeling was strengthened by the news that soviet Premier Alexei n. Kosygin would attend Nasser a funeral. On the whole westerners agreed that Nasser s death was a blow to russian objectives in the Region Nasser was by far the principal Arab figure and had tied himself to soviet poll by. With even someone like Sabry in Power even if he continued to follow the russian Lead Moscow could not count on having the influence it enjoyed through the proxy of a Nasser sized figure Western diplomats said adding to Moscow a worries. They said is a growing under current of anti russian feeling in Egypt which they said extends from the Man in the Street to ranking government and military figures. Other possible contenders mentioned for the president were a Zakaria Muhieddin who was vice president and was named successor by Nasser following the 1 967 War when Nasser resigned briefly but Muhieddin decline Ethe Post. He is considered sympathetic to Washington a it. Gen. Mohammed Fawzi commander in chief of the armed forces who was entrusted. With reshaping Egypt a demoralized military after the -1967 War a Mohammed Sidky Solimon former prime minister and army officer Quot who was Given main responsibility for the Aswan dam project and now is president of the soviet egyptian Friendship society. Due in London Raleigh a North Carolina atty. Gen. Robert Morgan was due to arrive in London. England today to begin a two week inspection tour of Europe an criminal Justice methods an facilities. Morgan said that in London. He wants to a examine the English system of treatment of her oin he explained that the English permit certified addicts to Purchase heroin at drug stores and attempt to cure them by gradually reducing the dosage. A by the associated press Cairo a it a Gamal Abdel Nasser the most important Arab statesman to emerge in modern times died with his dream of uniting the Arab world behind him unfulfilled crease their War against Israel despite a cease fire with Israel that Nasser and Hussein had signed in August when death came at the age of 52, Nasser could Point to the arabs May turn stale funeral a Way from West Roll Bola an a i news waft Sis a by Willi Ami Ryan a special or respondent i it will tie a Long time before the full Impact of Gamal Abdel brother Ara its in Iordanis Eon using and Moody civil War most arabs blame that develop intent Chi the West on Imperial inn and particularly on. The he wrote of his dream and led Summit conferences to achieve it yet his actions repeatedly drove quarrelling Arab factions farther apart. His struggle to bring his Brand of revolutionary social ism to Egypt and its neighbors coupled with his determination to destroy Israel brought the world to the verge of War. # the Day before he died he had shepherded an agreement Between Jordan s King Hussein and Arab guerrilla Leader Yasir Arafat to end Jordan a bloody civil War a conflict that threatened International intervention. But even then the agreement encouraged the guerrillas to in Pant or Mettaw Aswan Damn Nasser s Strath ran Mit Ermi a lbs As a major achievement for Egypt s struggling Industry and impoverished Farmers. At the same time his country was bankrupt from 2t years of Bat thing Israel Nasser was the first to sign the i Quot s sponsored cease fire that went into effect in August but before the Ink was dry Israel accused Egypt of violating the agreement by moving soviet missiles into the Suez canal i Nice my peace with Israel would have been virtually an unknown thing to Nasser. It was the Arab israeli War of Sec biography. Past 8 pm stir r de. Hut it seems Likely that it will release a vast torrent of emotion among a highly emotional and volatile people and there is a Good Chance that this outburst will turn itself against the United slates and the West the reasons Are manifold first the a Ralis will have a shocking sense of loss a loss that cannot possibly be made Quot up As a Leader Nasser is irreplaceable. And there is no sign of anyone on the horizon who can. Match his a Finai second the arabs arc already in a highly nervous state Over the situation in the Middle East which has just witnessed the spectacle of arabs slaughtering Beirut. Lebanon map egyptians headed toward Cairo by the thousands today to pay respects to their president. Go Mal Abdel Nasser who died of a seeking the destruction of is race took upon Hussein As a tool of the americans and upon his throne As a c real ton of British colonialism third the mood of the Mih Tant arabs has been ugly since the 1967 War when Nasser was humiliated by a Israel that memory is now Likely to flood Back and a increase the hitter Ness fourth the arabs at least the Many aral who Are Emo tonally Iny Clyed m the a Tisish Havel nug been the frustrations their cause has met now with their Leader a Sec analysis. Pagejr Sowers hits Federal Monolith gov. Wants child abuse reported counties want Dole control 9 Raleigh apr gov Bob Scott called today for a Law to a require North carolinians to report cases of child abuse. A noting that the state is one of six without such a Law. Scott said the state department of social services received More than 2,600 reports of child abuse or neglect last year. It has been estimated there were twice that Many cases unreported. Scott added. In a prepared talk to the governor s conference on children and youth Scott also called for mandatory licensing of child Day care centers he said Ai least a minimum level of h standards Quot should be required Scott recited a Long and a depressing list of needs of the states child ref and youth and said a a let a 1$ to Bridge the Gap a a he said the state needs More diagnostic centers for infants a so that the retarded can be detected and facilities and services Are needed for Multi handicapped children such As those who Are Blind and deaf a he said. The East need juvenile diagnostic centers such As the one the state department of juvenile correction operates in the Western part of the state he said. A no need is More obvious or More immediate than the need to control the problem of drug abuse in North Carolina a Scott said. Quot control of this problem requires enforcement Preven Tive education treatment and Habi Lite Tion. A your efforts in preventive education must begin Early per haps in the elementary grades a and continue on through High school health courses a he added turning to educational needs. Scott said a the need for expansion of our kindergarten pro for school systems Gram is obvious he noted that about 10 per cent of the state s first graders fail. The state s High school drop of i rate a Unis of 11 he need f or expanding our new program of occupational exploration in the Middle grades and for Jungr id my our other programs in vocational education Quot Scott said he said teachers need More pay the state needs a lower teacher Pupil Ratki and More teacher aides Are needed Quot other education needs include using to it or present physical. Facilities to the fullest extent possible encouraging More people to take an Active inter est in Public education Offe a wider vat icly of a nurses rum the kindergarten to the 12th Grade improving our school libraries and our laboratories _ and our Quot system of visual aides in calling for More cooperation among agencies that provide services for children Scott said Quot a Strong Case can be made for including the department of juvenile correction in the proposed department of human affairs. Scott noted that the states rate of illegitimate births is increasing and said the state Quot needs to find out Why this rate is increasing and to. Determine How it can be he said Quot that although this is a mor a a al problem that cannot be solved entirely by legislation a a perhaps legislation can help a workers furloughed Charlotte a fiber industries inc., says it is being forced to Lay off 34.5 workers at two plants in the Carolinas because of the strike against general motors. The plants a at Barber . And at Greenville a manufacture synthetics used in the a making of automobile tires a James a Allen a spokesman for the company in Charlotte Nixon sets spending said 283 workers Are being furloughed at the Barber Plant and 62 at the Greenville Plant ions by g. C. T Helen or. Associated press writer Washington apr the Nixon administration has set in if lotion new regulations for local school spending some officials predict will prove As momentous As the civil rights Laws of the 1960s. The office of education a following up an announcement of last february a has told districts that to qualify for the major source of Federal Aid they must spend As Many state and local tax dollars in schools serving Low income neighbourhoods As in those for More affluent areas the Federal government Calls this some districts spend As much As $500 More per Pupil in their Rich schools As in their poor ones the education office says. In such districts Federal Aid seems to equalize expenditures Between schools and does not As intended provide extra help for disadvantaged students. Government officials blame this Lack of comparability in part for disappointing results for the $1.5 billion Aid. Program Fen upgrading the education of Low income students a title i of the elementary and secondary school act. The 16,400 districts receiving title i funds must demonstrate comparability of expenditures among their schools by next july 1 or submit a plan for achieving that goal. Officials say As Many As �?~1 2,000 appear not to meet the new standards. Districts without comparability will be ineligible for title i Money after july 1,1972. Quot these new requirements could be the most important thing to happen in the education of minority children since the 1964 civil rights act Quot said an administration official who helped draft the rules. Quot they Are going to become a very hot Issue when people realize their Impact and meaning for the Fina no ing of Educa the 1964 act made it illegal to support discriminatory programs with Federal Aid. To achieve compliance some of these districts Are expected to face the politically uncomfortable choices of either raising school taxes or shifting funds from High income schools into poor ones. The measures of comparability will be the amount of state or local Money spent in each school for instructional salaries equipment and books and the ratio of pupils to instructional staff. Tobacco Box score the Washington tobacco a a Narket y Ester Day sold 264,654 pounds of tobacco for $196.187.59 for an average of $74.30 per 100 pounds. The Washington Market to Date has now sold 6,514,76 1 pounds of tobacco for $4.740.289.97 for an average of $72.76 per 100 pounds Billy Dawson supervisor says sales Are going Fine this week. On wednesday first Sale goes to Talley second Sale goes to Hassell third Sale goes to sermons warehouse. Wilmington. N u i a it the resolutions committee of the n. C. Association of county commissioners is expelled to act today on a Resolution that Calls for greater county control of welfare programs and that rejects a state takeover. In a Surprise move monday the committee instructed the As social ions direct or John morn sey to draft such a Quot Resolution at the commissioners 63rd annual convention the meeting ends tonight. Meanwhile gov. Bob Scott said in an interview the Stele cannot afford to assume the counties share of the welfare program he said Quot they did that to Smith Carolina and they air really crying about Scott said he feels welfare should be a completely Federal program. Quot they Are making the Laws about How it is to be admins tired Quot Scott said. Quot it looks like they re going to keep on expand ing it and they re already putting up a major share of the Scott said he feels welfare should be a completely Federal program. Quot they Are mailing the Laws about How it a is to be administered he said. Quot it looks like they re going to keep on expanding it and they re already putting up a major share of the at the resolutions meeting monday. Fred p Markham 111, see county Page 8 a y. Quot by dem meet set in Hyde a tomorrow night wednesday september 30, is the Day for the annual Hyde Coury. Democratic dinner and. Rally. This affair this year w ill take place al Cora bus restaurant in Fairfield. Popularly known As the by dem dinner the event this year will feature a speech by Eugene Simmons chairman of the . Democratic executive committee it will begin at 7 00 o clock Bill Smith Wick of Ponzer chairman of the Hyde county democratic executive comm it tee say s arrangements., have been made to handle a capacity crowd and that a big evening is in store for those who attend. The Price per ticket is five dollars. They May be purchased now from any member of the Hyde county democratic executive committee or at the door. Or. Simmons is expected to give an old fashioned Pep talk in behalf of democratic candidates facing opposition in the november 3 election. State official described tin be eral government today As a Quot giant Monolith Shioi has Quot re placed any sense of humanity it May have had. With a sense of arrogance and a demand for obedience Quot a a a the attitude of we must serve Quot has been replaced with one of a we must win and a our Point of View my st prevail Quot said Riby Sowers. Die Chirot tee state department of Comer v a Tion and Devil of in a talk prep Uva for Deli Erv to the �3rd r a tort not item the Locum it n of county commissioners Sowers said that state and local government Are partly response ble for what has happened in Washington. Sowers said state and local governments had a permitted needs to go unfilled tolerated inexcusable situations and closed their Oyes to As a result he said. Pleas tor help were carried directly to Washington and Quot All a i. A. Sudden we woke up to find a growing octopus eating away our local Mitt the and Ai Iff Tufi to to pattern government services to fit the needs of local he called for Quot energetic Ere activity Quot at the state and local Levels of government Quot to Hall the growth of those tentacles and to beat them Hack a Quot if we Are to lie states right ers a Sowers added Quot then yours is the first Jim of defense but it cannot be merely a holding action but a vigorous offensive in favor of responsive govern ment. _____1."___ a a. A it must not be said of you Attiat you did not respond and sympathize that you did not care a he said Congress learns heart attack Momia it at the 0 of 52 a state funeral is scheduled thursday in the egyptian Cape Tal Quatro radio said every Rad Way station in the country was idled with peasants demanding passage to the capital mourn ers travelled the roadways in buses m ears on Donkey and a Hift Hgt la a in the capital itself crowds roamed the streets monday night people jammed buses and taxis Lor of mrs he a Kwh beb. Where the tidy of Nasser Lay in state m the presidential Palace others walked the dozen the government radio read condolences from world leaders Hilt real enemies and friends alike most of them addressed to Anwar Sadat who As vice president tier a me provisional president under the constr Tutko a Iii term will a for 60 Days a during which Nasser s Arab socialist Union w i choose a Suc Cessor i a broadcast said one of he new government s first official acts was to declare a state of a utmost emergency along the Suez canal cease fire Israel to guard against any Pon Sihle attack a a theirn radio san the burial will be at a mosque near Naa it War j it a a ii. Ai uak f by act ill tvs mile b pm Koub. Heir -. A a a a Rah Heads of state and other foreign d Ign ter Tea Are expected to be pallbearers 4 the Cairo broadcast said those with Nasser Elvn he died included his wife Tahia i. Gen Mohammed Fawzi com Inai t r in chief of the armed Force former Premier Aly a Sab. It Hussei Shafe. A former vice presiden and Sadat to of Fleta is a e conto Deresto be among those Host Likely to he named successor to Nasser. A they were summoned to the president s suburban Home after he became ill at thu Cairo Airport while seeing off Sheik. A. A hah As Salem As Sabah the ruler of Kuwait the Sheik had participated in an Arab Summit conference which Nasser called and which a formulated the cease fire it the jordanian Ciyou War a Sadat announced Nasser a death Over the state radio. Programming then was interrupted for readings of the Koran the sacred scripture of islam a Quot the hero whose memory will remain forever alive was. Struck by a severe heart attack whose signs began appearing after he returned Home from the last meeting Otarah Kings and presidents for which he devoted aluh�ieiter4xond Energy m or if Nasser. Page 8 = problem children drugged in class by Brooks i it pm \ associated press writer Washington. Cap. Two a witnesses told Congress today tote dwt Assed and pressured Parg pts for permission to give drugs to problem children. To key testified before a House privacy subcommittee looking into the use of to treat overactive children As Many As 300,000 of them by the estimate of one Federal mental health official the drugs stimulate adults but have the opposite effect on children a Public health physician said earlier that when administered to youngsters Between six and ten years of age the drugs have proved calming and no addictive the drugs Are medically accepted in treating a children s nerve disorder known As hyper activity or minimal brain dysfunction the problem child syn ome How however subcommittee chairman Cornelius e. Gasa a a Gher d-n.j., said in prepared opening remarks he wanted to find if drugs Are being used to quiet Normal children who appear fidgety because they Are ,b0gtft. If Quot Quot Toffi Toddre Joh Gisoti 8 veterans Ai ministration chemist from Omaha neb. Said in his prepared testimony that parents there had been coerced by techniques including threats that their children would be expelled unless they agreed to drugs he said officials would refer parents to doctors who would make the desired prescription. Mrs. Daniel Youngs of Indianapolis said she and her husband left Little Rock ark., in 1966 Sec children. Page 8�
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