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Wilson Daily Times (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Wilson, North Carolina A x Telephone All departments dial 243-5151 the Wilson daily times vol. 76, no. 181 associated press news wire photos newspaper Enterprise Assn features More than a newspaper a Community institution Wilson n. C., monday afternoon september 25, 1972 weather sunny through tuesday with Haze tuesday morning Clear tonight with Low in 60s High tomorrow in Low 80s 20 pages today a Price ten cents Rogers urges action on terrorism japanese Flag flies at peking Chou and Tanaka holding meetings peking apr the rising Sun Flag of Japan flew at peking for the first time in 27 years today As prime ministers Chou in Lai and Kakuei Tanaka opened talks that will begin a new Era in chinese japanese relations. Negotiations Between the premiers of the new China and the new Japan began around a Horseshoe shaped table in peking a great Hall of the people shortly after Chou greeted Tanaka at a sparsely attended but cordial Airport ceremony. Tanaka and 51 aides including foreign minister Masayoshi Ohira arrived by special Jet for a six Day visit during which they will formally recognize the Peoples Republic. This is expected to precipitate a break in Japan a Long time relations with nationalist China on Taiwan. The japanese arrival reminiscent of . President Richard Nixon a Summit visit last february was under a Bright autumn sky. The chinese raised the japanese Flag on an Airport flagpole half an hour before Tanaka a plane touched Down. The rising Sun Flag was pulled Down in peking by the japanese at the japanese surrender in 1945. Tanaka stepped out of the plane hesitated for moment then walked Down the Steps to shake hands with Chou. See Japan China Page 2 my mrss Mem ukr. My in i in Tims. J m is to _ the or my my Rev Imti Mem in a Kun my. Amp Ivy Lac a a a. T a a it Mem in Mhz officers elected awards presented from across North Carolina were in Wilson thursday through sunday to attend the 16th annual North Carolina association of Rescue squads. Officers elected sunday in top left picture were Charles Swinson vice commander from it. Olive buddy Shaw outgoing commander Jack White Canton commander and Roy Kane Elkin annual meeting held in Wilson Secretary treasurer. The Goldsboro Rescue squad was presented the Rescue of the year award saturday night. Receiving the award right picture was capt. Bill Green. At left is out going commander buddy Shaw of Goldsboro. At right is capt. Rudolph Gifford of the Wilson county Rescue squad who welcomed All to the convention. Photos by Craig Deanhardt plea is made during policy speech at . Goldsboro a Rescue squad gets top award of the year by Craig Deanhardt Goldsboro a Rescue squad saturday night walked away with the top Honor of being named the recipient of the Rescue of the year award while the Wilson county Rescue squad ladies auxiliary was named tops in that Field. Presentations of the awards were made at the 16th annual banquet at the North Carolina association of Rescue squads meeting in Wilson. Elwood Inscoe director of fire and Rescue training with the North Carolina department of insurance stated the Goldsboro squad was so honoured because of its efforts in locating a lost child in a swampy area in Wayne county. Plane crashes into ice Cream parlor 22 killed,26 injured Sacramento Calif. Apr a it took one Wall where the 17 kids were and just pushed it a one witness gasped after a burning plane slashed into an ice Cream parlor jammed with children and their parents killing 22 persons. Authorities said one entire family of four died in the crash sunday along with at least to children. Twenty six others a mostly children a were injured when the private plane catapulted across a Highway shortly after Takeoff and hit Farrell a ice Cream parlor. The Pilot of the korean War Vintage Jet fighter survived and was quoted As saying a a in a sorry in a sorry a As he was pulled from the wreckage. Describing the scene at the Wall where the 17 youngsters had been sitting Dave Thorton said a they were All in a big pile. It just pushed he ran to the crash area from a Whiz quiz / / a answer dial 243-3620 Whiz qui operates sin Days per week monday through sat Urdaz except Between 3 p m and 4 p inthe period set aside for transcription of questions no Calls will be accepted on sundays i you have a question Tor Whiz quiz lust dial 243 3620 wait Tor the pre recorded message then state your question slowly and distinctly a q. There have been Many questions asked by Many concerned citizens that there is a possibility of too much surgery by surgeons at the Wilson memorial Hospital in other words unnecessary surgery from time to time. Does the Wilson memorial Hospital have a review Board to review a surgeons operations and if so who Are those who review to see if unnecessary surgery is being done l. B. A. All surgeons on the medical staff of Wilson memorial Hospital Are highly qualified and their surgical privileges Are recommended to the Board of Hospital trustees by the medical staff executive committee acting As a credentials committee. All tissue removed in the operating room is sent to the Laboratory and examined by the pathologist. A committee called the tissue committee composed of representative doctors meets with the pathologist and reviews the report on tissues removed As Well As indications for surgery. Q. Is Louis Armstrong dead l. L. A. Yes. Editors note recently Whiz quiz attempted to answer a question regarding cattails and ways to use them if they Are edible. We established the fact that they Are edible but could not locate any particular ways to use them. A member of the Hawk patrol boy scout troop 517, Hock Ridge advised Whiz quiz that you May eat the tops or Green part new shoot in the Spring raw in salads. In the fall the yellow parts May be added to flour. The White part or stalk May be eaten raw or cooked. The Root can be used to make flour or stored to use later on. The stems can be sliced Down the Middle and used to make baskets. Nearby Bowling Alley. A 12-year-old girl in the shop crowded with about too persons said she thought it was a a gimmicks to accompany the serving of a special ice Cream sundae. A then everyone started screaming and Don Mcclusky a management trainee working at the store said a birthday party group of 17 persons was seated at the table at the front window and had just been served with ice Cream Candy and favors when the plane crashed through the Wall beside them. Most of the dead were found in that part of the store. The crash occurred As the f86 Sabre Jet was taking off from Sacramento a executive Airport after participating in an air show. The plane had been converted to civilian use. Witnesses said the plane appeared to lose Power in the Takeoff. It crashed on an old levee Barrier at the end of the runway and hurtled across a four Lane Highway. The Craft burst into flames about the time it hit three autos parked by the front Entrance to the ice Cream parlor. Two of the autos were rammed with the burning plane through the front of the building. Twenty of the dead were tentatively identified As customers in the store. Two others had been seated in one of the see plane crash Page 2 he cited the a a heroic efforts of squad members stating they acted under extremely Adverse conditions in a swampy area by moving through underbrush and Briars so thick that dogs could not penetrate. Inscoe stated the boy was found but could not be taken out by any other Means than helicopter. He said the helicopter could not land that the co Pilot was lowered and the child raised to the aircraft and flown to a nearby Hospital. Inscoe said the Goldsboro squads men also became lost in the thickly wooded area and found their Way out Only by following a Fence. He quacking added that each squads Man participating in that Rescue was injured in some Way. The award was received by squad capt. Bill Green who received a standing ovation. The Wilson county Rescue squad ladies auxiliary was honoured As being the top group in that category during the year. It was the first time an auxiliary see Rescue squad Page 2 United nations by. Apr declaring the need is urgent the United states called today for a global conference Early next year to adopt a treaty cracking Down on International terrorism. Secretary of state William p. Rogers presented a proposed Antiterrorist treaty and asked the United nations to Convene the special diplomatic conference As part of a nine Point a a decisive action program to Clamp Down on terrorist deeds crossing National boundaries. The treaty proposed by the United states would Deal with murder kidnapping or other serious crimes against civilians which Are committed for political purposes by foreigners in a poll shows Nixon ahead 62 to 23% new York a a new poll conducted jointly for time Magazine and the new York times shows president Nixon leading democratic presidential candidate George Mcgovern by 39 Points a 62 to 23 per cent. Moreover the president has overtaken Mcgovern even among registered democrats 43 to 40 per cent according to the Survey released sunday. It was conducted by Daniel Yankelovich inc., Between aug. 25 and Sec a. The 39-Point Over All margin represents an la percentage Point increase Over a parallel Yankelovich Survey taken a month earlier which showed Nixon ahead by 28 Points a 56 to 28 per cent. Meanwhile Mcgovern aides disclosed the results of a private National poll showing the democratic contender had whittled the Nixon Lead from 34 Points to 22 Points in the past few weeks. Mcgovern Campaign director Frank Mankiewicz said sunday that the poll was based on Telephone conversations with 1,-500 persons nationwide All of see poll Page 2 president presses for Money Reform Washington a president Nixon presses the . Case for Reform of the world monetary system today kicking off the annual meeting of the 24-nation International monetary fund. Nixon s scheduled appearance diverted some of the attention from a growing debate Over the future leadership of the if As it starts the Long process of shaping a new financial system. . Treasury Secretary George p Shultz added new fuel to the debate sunday telling newsmen that the United states opposes re election of if managing director Pierre Paul Schweitzer because it Over 50 prominent filipinos arrested Manila a fifty three prominent filipinos including two provincial governors six members of Congress and seven newspapermen have been arrested in the Manila Region since martial Law was proclaimed Over the weekend the presidential Palace announced today. Press Secretary Francisco Tatad provided the first official confirmation of the arrests Over the single television Channel still operating All but selected Media outlets have been closed and news being sent abroad is censored. Tatad spoke As the Island nation awaited details of far reaching reforms planned by Speaks in Texas Mcgovern termed naive by Agnew san Antonio Tex a vice president Spiro t. Agnew today said sen. George Mcgovern is naive and has a Gross misconception of How to negotiate successfully with the soviet Union. Noting a Mcgovern statement that the soviet Union would regard him As a Friend and a would everything they could to keep my Friendship a the vice president said that View a is so naive that it is nothing Short of a i can assure you that being Friendly is not enough to bring about satisfactory agreements with adversary nations a he went on. Adding a Success in negotiation comes Only when our country is Strong and when it is led by a Strong and decisive Agnew s comments were in a speech for delivery to the National defense transportation association. Agnew criticized Mcgovern s proposals for Sharp defense spending cuts and said that further Progress in soviet disarmament depends on a the maintenance of adequate Levels of defense capability on the part of our country and of see Agnew Page 2 president Ferdinand e. Marcos government to create what it described As a a new Marcos said he was assuming martial Law Powers and reorganizing his government to Block an insurrection threatened by Mao oriented communists and to improve conditions for the masses who live Iii acute poverty. See Philippines Page 2 Speidel pondering zoo offer Raleigh a Milwaukee zoo director George Speidel says he will decide in a week to to Days whether to accept the Post of director of the planned North Carolina state zoo. Speidel confirmed in Milwaukee saturday that he has been offered the Job the executive manager of the North Carolina zoo authority Peter Crolius of Cary confirmed later that Speidel was the Man selected by the Agency sept. 9 from among four final choices for the Post. Speidel who has been director of the Milwaukee zoo for 25 years said a i Haven to decided if i would accept i m still thinking about members of the zoological authority had said sept 9 that the name of the Man chosen would not be released until see Speidel Page 2 wants a a fresh outlooks and a younger person in the Job. Schweitzer a 60-year-old Frenchman who has headed the if since 1963, said Only a Day earlier that he wants to remain in his Post despite . Opposition. Unless he is named to another five year term by september 1973, he must step Down As finance ministers and Central Bankers and their aides gathered at the Sheraton Park hotel Here they were met with some of the tightest Security in the history of if meetings. Nixon administration spokesmen said the extra Security was ordered by Nixon to protect the government officials from any possible terrorist acts. For Nixon today s will be the first meeting with the official who directed the monetary order he struck Down in August of 1971 by suspending the . Guarantee to redeem dollars for Gold. In the past year Nixon occasionally has mentioned that the United states wants not another Patching of the monetary system but fundamental Reform. See monetary Page 2 country which is not their political target. A these actions would Mark a major Advance in the struggle against International Rogers told the 132-nation . General Assembly As it opened 24 weeks of general debate. A surely it is in the collective interest of every nation represented in this Hall to arrest the growing assault on International order with which we Are All faced. A Rogers cited seven specific recent examples of what he termed a demented acts of terrorism which Are disrupting International society. They ranged from the killing of israeli athletes at the Munich olympics by Arab extremists to the murder by mail Campaign against israeli diplomats and the hijacking of a commercial Airliner in Sweden by croatian nationalists. The global treaty being proposed by the United states . Diplomats said would be aimed at persons who kill Kidnap or cause a serious bodily harm a to civilians when a the purpose of the crime is to harm another country. A the crime is committed by foreigners in a country which is not their political target. This definition would apply to see u. N. Page 2 football contest to Start the annual Wilson daily times football contest starts this week. Watch for details in tomorrows sports columns. The first listings will appear tomorrow and again the famous Dick Dunkel rating will be used. This is the popular feature that has run since 1963. Football fans a get ready special interest theme Mcgovern is still hitting at Nixon Billings Mont. A sen. George Mcgovern describing president Nixon a administration As one a bought lock Stock and barrel by the special interest Quot is drumming a demand that the republicans name the donors of what he Calls a $10-million secret Campaign slush fund the assertion that big Busi cd i n to fair preparations exhibitors in Floral Hall the livestock Arena and workmen erecting the 50 Midway attractions spent a Busy weekend getting everything in readiness for tonight a opening of the 39th annual w Ilson c county fair. The event sponsored by Robert ii. Anderson Post no. 13 of the american legion will run through saturday. J. W. Lucas association Secretary stated that a fall units of the fair will be ready by curtain time he reminded that school Dav s w ill be observed tomorrow and Thorsdal. Photo by lint farts Ness and special interests dominate the Nixon government has become a Central one in Mcgovern a democratic presidential Campaign he made it his text again today after pressing it from Brooklyn to Billings sunday. A if there was Ever an administration that was bought lock Stock and barrel by the special interests of this country it s the Nixon Agnew administration a Mcgovern told More than 700 persons at a $50 fundraising luncheon in new York at Home in Sioux Falls. S d., Mcgovern called that the principal Issue of the 1972 Campaign he addressed an Airport rally where police said 2,500 persons showed up aides sold 1,500 tickets to a $25 a plate dinner. Day after Campaign Day Mcgovern is reciting his Litany see Mcgovern Page 2 i inside today Abby. 18 Bridge column. 14 business. A i classified is. 16. 17 comics. 14 deaths it editorials 4 farm news. 15 medical news. 3 Mirror of mind. 16 Puzzle. 14 sports. Ii 12. 13 to listings 18 theater. 18 woman s Page your Horoscope a

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