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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - April 20, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather to min get partly Cloudy a my cooler Tuedt purity Cloudy and mild lows tonight to its in mountains and 42 to Low i Washington daily news if you do not got your paper. Dial 946-2 i Between a 19 a Ltd i 00 o Stork and one will be Ltd Hwy a 1n you f St bushed 1w Washington Norih a amp Una Sanaa stay att noon a Wal 20, 1970 daily of kept sunday Aldridge says Multi county areas to be revealed soon Raleigh it apr director g. Irvin Aldridge of the stale department of local affairs said today that Multi county regional planning areas in North Carolina will be announced soon. A if we Are to create Itofe Ett Jaycee installation Roger Spencer outgoing president of the Mattam skeet Jaycees. Turns Over the Gavel to Bobby Dunbar at installation of new officers held in. Fairfield saturday night. Staff photo by Litchfield Jaycees install officers in Hyde Gas station near City is robbed two assailants one with a 45 automatic pistol entered Ruebin Ferrell a Gas station 1.5 Miles North of the City on Highway 17 sunday night at 7 30 and robbed the Cash Register of from $400-1500, the sheriffs department reported today. The two men ordered the attendant to Lay Down on the floor and then snatched the Telephone off the Wall. They then proceeded to Rob the Register. Sheriff Jack Harris is investigating the robbery this morning but says the attendant was unable to give a very detailed description of either of the two men. The sheriff has asked that anyone having any information concerning the two men or the robbery to please Contact the sheriffs department or Law enforcement agents. An unknown party or parties broke into the rebel a Grill frequented by Young people on River Road sometime saturday see robbery Page 8� Fairfield Bobby Dunbar was installed on saturday night As president of the Mattam skeet a Cut succeeding Roger Spencer. Other officers installed include Roger Swindell internal vice president Jimmy Dunbar external vice president Tommie Ethridge state director Ben Nette Emory treasurer Floyd peed treasurer Alan Trousdale and Ken Jeffries directors and Sherlin Cara wan sgt. At arms. And the new officers of the Jayc ettes were installed also As mrs. Anette Harris is new president. Mrs. Charlene Burrus is vice president and mrs. Judy Tomlinson is recording Secretary and mrs. Betty Burleson is corresponding Secretary. Mrs. Kay Emory is treasurer and mrs. Rebecca Dunbar is chaplain. Directors Are mrs. Darnell peed and mrs. Delia Mooney. Erwin. Aldridge n. C. Department of local affairs was the main speaker. He said a How Many of you will take time out on May 2 to go to the polls and vote it is easy to criticize but so often the criticized has not done his a part to help with better he added a until people on the local level become committed to finding solutions to our problems see Jaycees. Page 8 dancing surroundings to Botn the cities and the suburb the first requirement is the Power to plan and implement programs which encompass the total problems of the metropolitan Aldridge mid. He added that because North Carolina is a growing state and will continue to grow it must plan development carefully. In a talk prepared for the n. C. Council of housing and redevelopment officials. Aldridge said a there Are going to be times we must say a not to the Price of Progress there Are times we Are going to have to pay the Price to protect our environment. A we must plan and preserve our pure air and water open space areas our recreation Sites our historic Sites our wild and Scenic Aldridge told the housing and redevelopment officials that the situation caused by a 6 per cent Legal ceiling on Bonds of North Carolina housing authorities and redevelopment commissions is a critical a because the National interest rate is. Above 6 per cent. The state faces the possible loss of $133 million in Federal funds for Low Cost housing and redevelopment projects. A we Hope a solution is near a Aldridge said. He noted that when new Industry comes a town fathers Promise the Moon a but in a year or so a sewer lines Are overloaded water pressure drops City fathers begin a desperate search for larger treatment plants and new water sys see Aldridge Page 8 mrs. Selby of Hyde Dies Engelhard a mrs. Laura Elizabeth Selby age 78, died last night m the fungo District Hospital in Belhaven following a lengthy illness. Funeral services will be held at 2 30 of clock tuesday afternoon at the Engelhard Christian Church conducted by the Rev. James Boswell pastor and the Rev. H. L. Martin. Burial will follow in the Fulford cemetery. Mrs. Selby was a life Long resident of Engelhard and a member of the Engelhard Christian Church. Surviving Are her husband May hew Selby two daughters mrs. Keith Cuthrell of Engelhard and mrs. David Peebles of Raleigh four grandchildren and Rene great grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Warren Harris Bill Harris Gilvery Harris w h. Cox Tommy Etheridge and Billy Marshall. 19. N. Nat Hooke Nat Hooker f funeral held today Aurora a funeral services for William Nathanial Nat Hooker were held from the Aurora United methodist Church this afternoon at 2 of clock conducted by the Rev. John w. Yount pastor. Burial followed in the Aurora cemetery or. Hooker a Well known resident and Farmer Here died suddenly at his Home saturday. He was 73 years Oil or. Hooker a born i Pamlico county May 28. 1896, son of the late William Wallace and Marjorie Potler Hooker he spent most of his lifetime in the Aurora Community. Or. Hooker a former member of the Beaufort county commissioners was a member of the Aurora United methodist Church. He was a former member of the Aurora school committee and served As chairman and was a former member of the Aurora Lions club and was a past president. Or. Hooker was married to the former Helen Thompson of Aurora on oct. 1, 1922 he is survived by his wife two sons Winston t. Hooker of Raleigh and John c. Hooker of Aurora one daughter to Joe to Thomasville. 12 grandehikiriv., one brother. Or. John Hooker of Chapel Hill one sister mrs Ralph s. Thompson of Aurora. The following served As pallbearers Jack Mcwilliams. H. E. Thompson Charlie president set to speak on troop w withdrawals May i Neil Surprise or two tonight see Hooker Page 8 Rob Thompson of Aurora Dies Aurora Robert Hay Wood Rob Thompson age 88, resident and Retiree Farmer of Aurora died in a Washington nursing Home saturday afternoon at 12 30 of clock following a critical illness off two Days. He had been in failing health for the past several years. Or. Thompson was born in this Community aug. 14, 1881, son of the late Benjamin Hardy and Sally Tripp Bonner Thompson he was a member of the holy Cross episcopal Church and was see Thompson Page a a $2,765 raised the Kenneth Woolford fund stood this morning at $2,765.36, according to Darrell Martin chairman. Or. Kenneth age 26, left yesterday for Duke Hospital where on wednesday he is slated for heart surgery. However the youngster has developed pneumonia and it is not known today what effect this will have on the scheduled operation to close the Hole in his heart. Several sunday school classes reported yesterday and Early a a today. Some have not yet reported. Those wishing to give to the fund should Send donations to the a Kenneth Woolard fund Quot 520 East main Street Washington n. C. By Frank Cormier associated Presa Wiitra san Clemente. Calif it a it president Nixon will outline Road to further . Troop withdrawals from South Vietnam in a television radio address tonight and perhaps unveil a Surprise or two Nixon Wil speak at 9 pm est. Sources at the Western White House cautioned today against Advance speculation that Nixon would announce a successor to Henry Cabot Lodge As chief american peace negotiator in pans. Press. Secretary Ronald i. Ziegler indicated earlier in the month that such an announcement might be imminent. At the same Lime these sources did not Rule out the apparent likelihood that Nixon in what is billed As a 10 to 18-minute a update report to the nation. Would go beyond Mere discuss Ion of troop Levels and break new ground in presidential discussion of the Southeast asian situation. Since Nixon last took to the airwaves to discuss the Vietnam War last dec 15, the conflict has broadened particularly in Cambodia which seeks . Arms following a coup that overthrew the neutralise government of Prince Norodom Sihanouk. See Nixon Page a a m is. Annie Cox Dies saturday mrs Annie Cutler Cox age 63, of 1001 Pamlico Street died in Pitt memorial Hospital in Greenville saturday afternoon at 1 15 o clock following a critical illness of three weeks mrs. Cox was born in Beaufort county March 15, 1907 daughter of the late Marshall and Mary Cutler. She was an Active member of the first Christian Church the Christian women a Fellowship and group no. Six of the Church. She is survived by her husband Herbert Cox four sons Hubert Sheppard of Falls Church va., Leo Sheppard of Vienna va., Glenn Sheppard of Virginia Beach a and Bobby Sheppard of Arlington a. One daughter mrs. Ernest Clayborne of Kinston 11 grandchildren five great grand children one sister mrs Hosea Martin of this City. Funeral services were held at the Chapel of the Paul funeral Home monday afternoon at 2 of clock conducted by or Raymond l. Alexander pastor of the first Christian Church. Burial followed in the Pines cemetery it. 2, Washington. The following nephews served As pallbearers Robert Cox Maynard Sheppard Louis Martin Ronald Martin Beverly Sheppard and Tina Cox. Clore Calls a Martin county Driver had a close Call sunday when or ran off n c Highway 23 weal of the City and hit three tree. Lyie car was torn into two Section and burned completely. Coy w. Howard of Roberson tue was taken to the Beaufort county Hospital with or Phot. By Noel astronaut report Martin Man injured in on their v voyage Auto mishap by How Ard Benedict a aerospace writer space Center. Houston apr Apollo 13�?Ts astronauts today begin telling specialists about what happened on the near tragic space journey what they report May help pinpoint the cause of the oxygen tank explosion that aborted Many a third Moon Landing at tempt James a. Lovell or. Fred w Haise or. And John l Swigert or. Plan to discuss the Accident with space Center officials be fore meeting with the head of the Apollo 13 review Hoard tuesday. A team of experts Hen exam mod radio data and Phot graphs in an Effort to learn the cause of the tank rupture Lovell. Haise and Swigert returned to their Homes near the space Center sunday nigh after a see Apollo Page 8 Scott comments on bargaining by Richard Daw associated press writer Raleigh api gov Bol Scott said today North Carolina Law probably should be changed to allow state and local govern Mente to negotiate with labor unions j recent labor strife involving Ern ment Union negotiations should be changed Scott a replied i m inclined to think so although i May be influenced by the results of the commission s study Quot As an example of the Quot awk Ward positions in which he said governments can get Scott Oil government employees shows that governments find them a a rated last year s dispute Inoh selves in a most awkward Posi Elk hospitals in Charleston. A tons when they can to a essential services were in Scott said solved a Scott said Quot yet gov speaking at a news Confer Robert Mcnair could t Nego ence the governor said he sex Bote because the Law would t pets to create a commission to a study the matter and present recommendations to the Gener Al Assembly session which con Venes in january. Asked whether he personally believes state Law Banning gov North Carolina s Law does not bar government employees from joining unions but it does pro habit governments from negotiating with them. Three automobile accidents were reported by the Highway patrol on sunday one involving serious incur and the total destruction of an automobile Coy w Howard or. Of kuber Sumiye driving. £9 food. Was cd dog West 33 sunday at 6 10 a m. He ran. Oil the Road on the left according to patrol reports and hit three tree one after the others reported the car was torn into two sections and burned completely the Driver was taken to Beaufort county Hospital in serious condition. He. Was charged with driving too fast for conditions. Ernest Brown City was driving West on Rural Road 1300 sunday at 3 35 p m when he ran off the Road on the right crossed Back Over and struck a tree turning Over Brown was injured a see wrecks. Page 8 demo chairman to speak Here. Eugene Simmons chairman of the n c. Democratic executive committee will lie the speaker at the meeting of the Beaufort county democratic women set for april 27 at 7 x p m the place All members Are urged to be present and o bring their husbands. According to Verona Cratch president for reservations one can Call mrs Cratch at 946-5198 in Washington or mrs Delmar Ketch at 94j 2uo5 Belhaven Ruif a o i his Bummer graduating College seniors will find it harder getting jobs on african studies program among education officials speaking at a regional in service program on african studies at Washington High school Here today were a ran left John a Lington coordinator of social studies education Tor the state department of Public Ine Truc Hon mrs. La Rue Evans local coordinator Tor the meeting Jane Gilliard a coordinator of social studies and Thomsik Cums. Director of school services division african american Institute of new York m. Y. Some Iso Eastern North Carolina teachers attended the meeting. African studies at use seventh Grade level Are stated to be introduced into the Public school curriculum during the 1971-72 school year. Staff photo by Litchfield a \2l09dm08il� is coming 11a.m. To $ wed. April 22 Moose Lodge by Jack Sholl. A business writer new York a gradual ing College seniors accustomed to being wooed by business and Industry will find it harder get Ting jobs this summer than in past years. A a a tight Job Market resulting from a general economic slowdown and cutbacks in government defense expenditures will have the class of 1970 scrambling after jobs rather than being chased by companies. But there will be enough positions to go around. Students can take some Consolation however from the fact that salaries will be record High for those winning the top positions. On the other hand some students in certain Fields May have to consider changing Ca Reers an associated press Survey shows these trends shaping up on campuses across the court try a the number of companies cancelling recruiting visits is running As High As 25 per cent at some colleges and universities a students with Bachelor degrees in the technical Fields will be the hardest hit. There is Little demand in the aerospace electronics electrical machinery and automotive industries a the higher the degree a student has the less Chance he has of getting a Job he wants. Its a bad year for holders of masters degrees and doctorates with Many advanced degree alumni returning to their Alma maters to seek tie in in i hiding jobs a companies Are More Picky this year they want higher grades and fewer Long haired Sloppy dressers. Placement experts say severe budgetary Belt tightening by the Federal government has had the greatest Impact on the Job Market for College graduates. With a Cut of $4 billion in defense spending and $350 million knocked out of the space pro Gram corporations Arentt getting the contracts they used to government is hiring fewer peo pie. And universities Aren t getting research Grants. The Only exception is the chemical Engineer who is in great demand starting salaries a Kim Owa i finn it Ifni year. A healthy demand also is reported for specialists m the Petroleum and Public utilities industries. A with a vast Supply of Young manpower and lessening de Mand. Employers Are being Chewer than Ever standards Are High for the j projected 746,000 students who Are expected to graduate with Bachelor s degrees a the a you May kiss my hand attitude is gone now a says Maurice Mayberry placement director at the University of Florida in Gainesville a students who have figured on easy jobs during the past three or four years Are coming to rude Awakening. Now not Only is Quot see recruiting Page 8>
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