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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - December 2, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather partly Rio id and mild to Trugli thursday High time whey in upper 48 i a a re tonight in upper 40 Washington daily news of you do not get your paper. 40-7143 Between a id and 1 m o Cloctt and it me will be Del. Very a to you established 1909 fourteen pages Washington North Carolina of def Ember 1970 daily except sunday nato europeans paying More Colon Mclean. Or Pamlico gets new headmaster Colon Mclean or. Has assumed duties As headmaster at Pamlico Community school in Washington Park. Mclean resigned last week As principal of the John a., Wilkinson High school in Bel Haven after two years with the Public school. He succeeds Ken Hoyle the former headmaster who resigned from the position in late november. A the new headmaster is a native of this City with a Bachelor of arts degree in math and physical education from Atlantic Christian College. He received a masters degree in educational administration Fror. East Carolina University in 1964 Mclean a teaching and administrate be experience encompass four years As assistant principal and physical education instructor at John Small school in Washington one year of teaching in Wilmington and the two years in Belhaven As principal. He is married to the former Nancy Edwards of this City and the couple has two girls and a boy. A a slam very pleased to be with i ser Pamlico Page 14 by Frank Amo called pres writer Brussels it a it a ten european members of the North Atlantic treaty organization announced plans today to spend about ii billion in european a sense Over the next five years in addition to the in briber a year they Are spending now the 10 nato members said their decision was made a on the basis that the United states whose Force in Europe are1 of critical political and military significance for the common Security of the whole nato area would for its part maintain those forces at substantially current Levels a a the defense ministers of the 10nationspresenting their plan to us. Defense Secretary Melvin r Laird called it a a special and w Ide ranging european de sense also on the Agenda for the meeting today of natos defense planning committee was a general defense plan for the 1970s�?a. New document known Asad 79 drawn to Chart How the Atlantic Alliance will meet the Challenge of the soviet Union and its allies during the decade As natos annual four Day Winter meeting went into its second Day the leaders of the seven Warsaw pact nations were gathering in East Berlin seeking to agree on a common position toward the overtures of the West German government for better relations with Eastern Europe. The extra Effort agreed on by the 16 european allies to be spread Over five years., is Only a Start nato secretory Genera i manlio Brosio told newsmen. But the europeans Felt that the program at least displays a willingness to share some of the extra Load being borne by die americans. They Hope it will give the Nixon administration ammunition to use against de set nato Page 14� brother1 Dies Roscoe Lee Peele of Sebastopol. Calif., native of Washington died this morning in California following a critical illness of two weeks. A or. Peele was the brother of Bill Peele of 1402 Nicholson Street City. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete at this time despite tougher inflation Alert Nixon avoids controls democrats aiming at grassroots kidnaps Consul or. A Purnell Bailey or. Bailey to preach in City or. A. Purnell Bailey senior minister of reveille United methodist Church in Richmond va., will conduct a. Series of six meet Inga at the Washington. First United methodist Church Jan. 17-20. A a or. Bailey nationally known minister of pulpit and radio is author of the widely read newspaper devotional a bread of a arrangements for the coming of the noted preacher have been made by the commission on evangelism of the local Church. . Page i san Sebastian spam apr Basque terrorists kidnapped the honorary West German Consul in san Sebastian and Are holding him hostage for is Basque nationalists who go on trial in Burgos thursday a French Basque organization reported today. The Basque Anai Artea or Between Brothers association in. Bayonne France said it had. Received a message from the Spanish Basque Eta organization that 59-year-old Eugene Beihl is Quot in its the message reportedly said Beihl a Fate depends on what happens to the is basques at their trial. Witnesses told police Beihl who represents several German Industrial firms in san Sebastian drove into his garage tuesday night then drove out again with several other men in the car police said a red car with French License plates followed Beihl a Sedan. The West German embassy in Madrid issued a saying a we know a group of people overwhelmed the Consul about 10 30 . Tuesday and drove away with his own car with him and another car following. Since then he has the embassy said it had received no word. A from persons connected with the consults but there was speculation that the Eta a terrorist group dedicated to achieving Independence for the four Basque provinces in North Central Spain abducted Beihl to we him in. Bargaining for the release of the basques the Eta had said it would retaliate for the trial but did not Sec Consul Page 14 at four a meeting a Kerry Cox of at. 2, Washington 1970 Stair four-11 communications project Winner. Is attending the National four a Congress in Chicago this week As one of 41 delegates from North Carolina Kerry a senior at Bath High school is a member of the Woodard a Pond four a club and president of the Beaufort county four a Council. He is the son of or. And mrs w e Cox. The communications project is sponsored by the n. C. Association of broadcasters and the . Press association. Egyptians say sinking i 5 criminal by the associated press Egypt charged today that is Rael breached their cease fire with a a criminal act against unarmed civilians Quot by sinking an egyptian boat in the Gulf of Suez. The israelis claimed the four men in the boat were spying and smuggling hashish. The israeli military command said an israeli patrol boat Sank the egyptian Motorboat last saturday night off the israeli held Eastern Shore of the Gulf. It said three bodies were recovered one had documents proving the men were collect ing military intelligence and the fourth Man went Down with the boat. Cairo radio contended that Only a unarmed civilian fishing boats operate in this the broadcast denied that the army or the intelligence service had. Boats there. An israeli spokesman speculated that the men May have received the hashish they had As payment for intelligence to be collected he said that such combined egyptian missions were to uncommon he said the patrol boat ordered the egyptian Craft to halt As it approached the Sinai Peninsula Shore but the command was ignored. The israelis then fired warning shots the spokesman continued and the egyptians tried to escape. It was the most serious incident since the guns were silenced along the Suez canal North of the Gulf by the ceasefire aug. 7. Only minor bursts of Raleigh a to Mont proposals aimed at shifting con try of North Carolina s democratic party to the grassroots level will be presented to the party executive committee thursday. Tim a top Ial Are i come nation of the task of party Reform begun by the executive committee in january the More than 2�� members of the executive committee will take up recommendation calling for a new process of selecting delegates to the National democratic convention and urging the 1971 general Assembly to approve presidential preference primaries in the state. The proposals were released in August by the . Democratic study commission a statewide panel named by gov. Bob Scott in october 196�, in january the executive committee adopted several major proposals made by the panel designed to give Young people Blacks and women greater voice in party affairs. Party leaders expect the executive committee to approve both of the current proposals. The Resolution dealing with Delegate selection basically follows the recommendation of a National democratic study commission headed by sen George Mcgovern d South Dakota. The Resolution Calls for the selection at the congressional District level of delegates casting 75 per cent of the state s convention votes the delegates casting the other 25 per Dmn a if the states vote Wcur a be elected at the biennial state con a see demos Page i Plum Arnold passes today Plum Arnold age 46. Died this morning in. N. C. Memorial Hospital at Chapel Hill. Funeral services will be conducted Friday afternoon at 2 00 o clock in Wilkerson funeral Chapel in Greenville by Rev. Chester Phillips burial will be in the Arnold cemetery near Grimesland. Or Arnold spent most of his. Life in. The Grimesland Community a Farmer. He was a resident of Moore a Beach Community of Beaufort county at the time of his death. Prior to this he had lived in the old Ford Community. Surviving Are an Uncle Willie Arnold of Pactolus. His Stepfather Willie Godley of Greenville a Stepbrother and sister James w Godley of Winterville and mrs Audrey Williams of Greenville Rogers mrs. Matthews. Miss Eduards at Atlanta Mert Tifi ecologist fails to Stop dam Raleigh a a move by an ecologist to get work on the controversial new Hope dam halted was rejected tues Day by the governor s advisory committee on. Economics and environment 3he committee instead urged that the state of North Carolina provide additional Money to help local governments in the watershed above the proposed dam to clean up their pollution the group also passed a motion advising the governor that the state Board of water and air resources should require that pollution problems upstream be corrected before any water is impounded in the proposed Reservoir conservationists have Long been protesting that the $46 Milium project near Moncure will become a �?o10.000-acre Ces a see dam. Page 14 from sacs Choco High school gets accreditation h. E. Rogers principal of Choco w Ini to High school received tuesday a certificate of membership in the soul Hern association of colleges and schools in Atlanta the ceremony was a part of the annual meeting which was the special 75th of the Southern association of colleges and schools the certificate was awarded in recognition of documented efforts to secure accreditation by the association. During the past three years the faculty of Chocowinity has undertaken a comprehensive self study of All aspects of the educational program for grades k-12. During the same period the school was reevaluated by the North Carolina department of Public instruction accreditation by the two agencies Means that the school meets the standards of Quality and excellence established by both groups. The Southern association of colleges and schools is one of six regional associations to promote improved education. Schools from seven Southeastern states belong to the Southern association of colleges and schools and secondary schools compose the larger number of members with fewer elemental schools in membership Chocowinity school is one of the few Union schools in the state to be so dec meditated and the Only elementary school in the immediate area with this distinction attending the meeting by invitation in addition to or. Rogers were miss Betty Edwards assistant principal mrs. Ethel c. Matthews general supervisor and Gray Hodges superintendent. Garter Lff t Warsaw Back e. Funeral set Belhaven a mrs Mattie Brinn Cartwright age 80. Died tuesday afternoon in fungo District Hospital following an illness of several months. Funeral services will be held thursday afternoon at 2 00 of clock from the Chapel of Paul funeral Home in Belhaven conducted by Norman Miller burial will be in st Claire a Church cemetery mrs. Cartwright born and re ared in the Burbage Crossroads Community of Beaufort county was born february 13�?T 1890, daughter of the late Buck and Moline Mason Brinn. She was a member of Cartwright Page 14 by Gene Kramer associated press writer Berlin api the communist leaders of the seven Warsaw pact counties met today in East Berlin for a hastily assembled sufi nut conference behind Walter Ulbricht s East German regime. Soviet party general Secretary Leonid i. Brezhnev Premier Alexei a Kosygin and the leaders of Poland. Czechoslovakia Ito mania Bulgaria and Hungary arrived in Damp Cloudy weather tuesday evening some braving marginal flying conditions Ulbricht the 77-year-old East German party and government chief met them ail at the Airport. The meeting was expected to last two or three Days and to produce a joint declaration calling for recognition of East Germany As a Sovereign state and Early convening of the ill european Security a a conference the russians proposed months ago apparently the idea was to for an Bast West Accord in Europe before the end Friday of a i see i traditional approach Prev ails he by i tik i it k Ami Wied pro Quot we of a a Washington apr de spite a tougher More specific inflation Alert the White House at til is shying away from using direct presidential influence where it counts on pending wage and Parr mirrau1� a in issuing it second Alert tuesday president Nixon s Council of economic advisers limited criticism mostly to past wage 2nd Price decisions Indi eating it in t ready to go further the Council said the focus for combating inflation will be on the government a monetary and fiscal policies and appeals to a increased understanding and voluntary cooperation a a Dmn change in fiscal policy came tuesday when la Maxi mum interest rate on Cha and. A insured Home mortgages was reduced from k a to 8 per cent a a a. A a the higher ceding had been in effect since Jan 5 the reduce Hion was haded As a significant step toward Revivi raft the Home building Industry the inflation Alert criticized a soling and car Price boosts and wage increases m the Auto-4 Mobile airline and construction industries it said a proposed wage settlement in the Railroad Industry might contribute to inflation the after the fact tone of the report raised doubts m Many quarters that the adm Nistra of Tiona a tactics will Wiik the Alert Dia signal a slight administration move into Quot jaw the use of presidential. P i wag it <1m4 pro m creases the Council said the govern Rnell now will aim Quot a More vigorously at expansion Quot and cautioned that us policy would be hampered by a race Between management and lat Jar for higher profits and pay a if everyone in his turn gets As big a wage or Price inc Rease As the biggest obtained by others during the height of the inflation. The1 inflation will go on endlessly Quot the Alert said al to presiden George mean lambasted the Alert As one Quot head try weighted against wage increases for workers but m very solicitous about profits a Sec Alert. Page 14� 2 being ibid two suspects in a burglary at Swindells store at hath sunday night have been arrested and Are being held in the Beaufort county jail the sheriff s department announced today. Officials said the two were _ apprehended by deputies in a an abandoned Shack in the Woods near hath la r tuesday night the a declined i name them. Merchandise. Including watches cigarettes tool Sand ammunition valued at j1,00� was taken in the break in officials also declined to say whether any of the merchandise was Ier overed a a or. A a def la ted Economy Well educated in search of jobs Kettle House opens the salvation army tuesday opened its Kettle House on West main Street the Kettle House which l manned the week before Christmas by members of local civic Elute and by salvation army personnel at other times during the i Christmas season is a major fund raising. Effort by the salvation army which provides Christmas cheer for Many in the area during the Christmas holidays. On hand for the opening were from left. Mrs. Willie votive a salvation. Army worker mayor a. Thomas Stewart Capi. Phil Rawls commanding officer of the local salvation army and Gene Ali Good. Chairman of the salvation army advisory Board Here staff photo by Litchfield editors note a stranger has been placed by the Economy on Quot the unemployed Rolls in North and South Carolina he is Bright and highly educated and would expect to be making a comfortable salary this is the first of a series of four stories telling Why he is not and How his joblessness is affecting him a by tits Wells associated press writer Charlotte apr the deflated Economy has Many highly educated North and South carolinians pounding the pavement looking for jobs. Some Are taking Low paying Low prestige positions just so a they can. Mike ends meet. Companies built up their forces of management engineers and technicians during the roaring 60s when expense was not a problem now Many companies Are cutting away the fat keeping Only those workers absolutely necessary to Stajn business a Young Man with a pm d degree in physics was making $15.000 a year with a synthetic textiles company before the Economy went Flat now he s a $125-a-week floor manager in a department store a Challenge far below his doctorate dissertation the 3rd and 4th order Isothermal elastic constants of Copper and Nickel. Many other Bright Young men just like him have been turned out onto the streets because companies can no longer afford to have three or four men working on a single project just to be competitive. University Job placement services say it is common now for pm who have just graduated to find themselves without Job offers but the casualty list includes the older ranks too. The vice president of a personnel Agency. Tom Deen of Dunhill associates Charlotte office says plenty of 40-to 45-year old. Middle Mana gement executives Are being fired be cause Quot of companies having to Cut Back. As an example he told of a Man who was vice president of his company and had been with the firm for 18 years through his sweat and tears a Deen said Quot this executive built up the store and a Chain of everything was Rosy Deen mid until one Day a few months ago the Boss came in and told him How business had soured because of the Economy and that they would have to let him go Deen is finding Quot that part of his Job is making men like that particular vice president realize that he s in a real Jam a they come in Here expecting to find another position right away at $2sj�0 a year Quot been Sard a i have to say. A a listen John you Haven t got a a Flor Pouf was years the vice presidents the managers the supervisors a they probably could take lesser positions to make ends meet a Deen said but they wont. A a it a Pride a he said. A a it a a rugged adjustment for a Man. He s got a couple of kids in College maybe a couple of More in High school and a $45.000 Home to pay for a younger Quot a t. To it c unemployed. Page 14
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