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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - August 27, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaIf you do not got your paper. ,. Dud 942145 Between a so and t 10 o Lork and am Wittl a delivered to Jroud weather Washington daily news partly Cloudy through Friday with few a altered after note highs in �1%. Lows in upper so daily except sunday Washington North Carolina thursday afternoon. August 27, 1970 twelve pages established 1909 copter crash u. joint armies under serious consideration Fountain will head colleges Raleigh Lap it a the pres ident of Lenoir Community College at Kinston. Or Benjamin e Fountain or. Will become director of the North Carolina department of Community colleges Jan 1 the department announced wednesday that Fountain 41, will succeed the retiring or. I. E ready who has held the 124,500-a year Post since its creation in i%3 Fountain a native of Rocky 32 believed dead today in order for peace in mid East a tur associated press it a it High administration official sat the i United states would be Rit Hisle consider agreeing Frt have and soviet units join m a peacekeeping Force for to Middle East b George Esper Landing at fire base Judy in associated press writer the Northern part of the country Saigon i api a thirty two it was transporting troops being americans were believed dead withdrawn from Kham due. A today in one of the worst Heli base 13 Miles East of the lao copter crashes of the Vietnam Tian Border which Allied forces War. But the . Command an abandoned wednesday bounced that american Battle the chopper crashed just Outfield casualties last week Side the artillery base spraying dropped to their lowest level in wreckage in several directions the weekly casualty report base killing two soldiers Slasman americans were killed in toned there and wounding five action last week and another 358 others. Were wounded a spokesman there were 32 americans Sai it was the lowest casualty aboard the twin Rotor transport. Total since the week ending and Only the Copilot and one 5, 81 Aisne Etc a posse niger a n i of a n t by Man cans were killed and 17? wound were rescued. Both were in de. Jared. Late today no word have enemy and South vietnamese been received on recovery of casualties also were Down. The missing bodies command said Allied in the worst helicopter crash forces killed 1.055 North Viet of the War 41 americans were to tam be and Viet Cong last killed on Jan. 8. 1969. When a week the lowest in More than chs3 troop Carrier crashed into three years while the Saigon a Mountain on May 7. I960, two government reported 247 of its americans and 38 South Viet troops killed the lowest in a namese troops were killed when month and 745 wounded. A ch47 hit a tree while taking the american report did not off near Khe Sanh. Include the casualties in the the Kham due base is a for shooting Down wednesday y of the Mer special forces Camp which 50-foot-Long. 14-ton Chinook hell was abandoned in 1968 under copter. Two bodies were recon heavy enemy attack. About ered seven men were inbred 2,000 South vietnamese and 500 and 30 other americans were american troops reopened it six listed As missing and presumed weeks ago to Cut off North Viet dead. Namese troops and supplies the big . Army helicopter moving in from Laos. . Was hit by an enemy rocket grenade As it was coming in for a clash. Page 8 mount has headed Lenoir Community College since it was established five years ago. Ready recently referred to the College As one of the fastest growing of the 54 institutions in the state system. Men say they have in mind a physical presence of the two pm a Erv perhaps As an twi Yip. Force under a in i ted nations umbrella the concept a it in Taitl med to 48 news Ajmer and broadcast execute is from n Western states monday release of the inf or he Krofl was withheld for 48. Hours ground Rutes of the session forbid direct quotation and identification of the source the officials said Israel in particular wants on the ground Security arrangements for Assurance it is agreeing to a real not a paper peace they said 11n involvement would not mean Mere recourse to the Security Council w hich the United states considers loaded against Israel administration strategy for the Middle East is being built around the possibility that the landed states and the soviet Union May he enmeshed there indefinitely m on t he scene peacekeeping. The briefer said and that tooth Powers will have to ton in 1965 he found a technical Institute which had been a Laird says soviets have fired ss11, Power balance threatened f ederal agree to any settlement terms whether the two would have to bed Dutte involved in practical details of peacekeeping Active is Ltd a lbs st Page 6 f Utrell a it i meets with gov. Scott by John m. Pearce associated press writer Washington api a the government a Broad Index of economic a leading indicators Rose significantly for july giving a firm basis for Hope that the nations business slowdown is drawing to an end the Commerce department reported to Pantego schools prepared or. James Bearden computed in an Effort to predict the Economy a movements Over coming months Rose 1.8 per cent during july the largest monthly gain since april 1969. It was the first time in More than a year that the Index has risen for two consecutive months. The Index Rose to 116.1 per cent of the 1967 average compared to 114.3 in june and 114.0 professor will speak to rotary or. James Bearden Dean of the East Carolina school of business will speak to assembled rotarians Here tonight at the clubs regular meeting. Or. James Bearden received his education in Louisiana North Carolina and Alabama with the . Earned at the University of Alabama. He is married to the former Pauline Larkins daughter of . District court judge and. Mrs. John d. Larkins or. Of Trenton North Carolina. The Beardens have a son and a daughter. Or. Bearden joined the faculty at East Carolina in 1959. In 1968 he was appointed Dean of the school of business the largest professional school on the Campus. Along with his academic responsibilities he serves his Community and state in Many areas. He is a member of the Board of education of the Greenville City schools and a member of the Board of trustees of the North Carolina Council on economic education. He is chairman of the teacher education committee which is working with the state department of Public instruction in studying the training of High school teachers in the area of economics. Last october he was appointed As economic advisor to the governors committee on Industrial development. In Greenville be is on the1 Board of directors of the planters National Bank and Trust company the Greenville regional meeting a senator elect Ashley b. Futrell Points out to governor Scott the proposed Road system for Eastern North Carolina by Wilbur Smith associates. Or. Futrell was among those the governor to Atlanta yesterday for the meeting of the coastal Plains. Regional suits a fibs Grade. 35 cents tor seventh 5 00 each Day. Information Grade and 45 cents for adults concerning insurance and the school fees Are As school fees will be Given to follows instructional supplies students on Pupil orientation 75 cents music 75 cents Day. Tuesday september l. Physical education 50 cents elementary students will report Library 50 cents school in to your respective grades on Durance is $2.2s this insurance is optional. Bath. Page 6> Highway proposal map above shows proposed Highway network of the coastal Plains regional commission. This commission met yesterday in Atlanta to approve the plans. Of special interest is the proposed Highway 17 routing which embraces a new right of Way from new Bern to the Virginia line and it places Highway 17 some 16 Miles East of Washington. It is now up to the Federal government to approve the plans before the project can be started. A Sec rotary Page 6
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