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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather partly rom Raj and continued mild tonight and Friday Ltd ten Ghi generally no id so High ert Dav pm to mid 70 Washington daily news if you do no got your Papor. Dial it this Between a >0 and t 00 o clock and on will be delivered to you established 1909 fourteen pages Washington North Carolina thurs Oak afternoon december 3 1970 except sunday service cutbacks higher education faces funds crisis by Rich a ii Blystone associated press writer new York apr More than 1,500 colleges and universities with 77 per cent of America s Campus population Are at or near the Point of having to Cut Back important services for Lack of Money the Carnegie commission on higher Educa the report released at a news conference Here the report compiled by Earl f Cheit former vice Chancellor of the University of California at Berkeley said a the essence of the problem la that costs and income Are both rising but costs Are rising at a steady or a a lowly growing rate. Where Tiea Campus disturbances the report said Are a an important new coat Factor imposing substantial Coats for Security insurance and replaced property while hampering fund raising the report indicated that Belt tightening and review of pro or Hgt the College and Tion reported today some of the country a wealthiest and Moat prestigious institutions including Harvard University Stanford and the University of Michigan were named As representative of a a financial crisis unmatched in its Impact Quot and fast getting worse. Almost All higher education institutions will feel the Pinch if present trends continue said As income is growing at a declining the squeeze is made worse by the state of the Economy with inflation both railing Costa and inhibiting income the report said however it asserted that the crisis it a not simply part of a general economic downturn Quot but involves questions of Public Confidence in higher education and of the future role and purpose of colleges and universe Clay training for ring court by Don Mcleod associated press writer Washington apr while Muhammad All is training for a 9 return to Madison Square Garden Hia lawyers Art preparing for a court Battle which could be his. Last big fight for a while., it has been nearly 34 years since am Bora Cassius Clay was convicted of refusing induction into the Armad services. The Long struggle that followed has kept him out of jail so far but until last october it had m kept him out of the boxing ring As Well. Ali continues his return to boxing monday night in the Garden against Oscar Bonavena. His Legal fight is Back before the supreme court which is deciding whether to hear yet another Appeal a negative decision at this Point could Cut Short a Moore funeral to be saturday . A Moore age 74, Well Nown and highly respected resident of it. 2, blounts Creek passed away monday morning at Beaufort county Hospital. He was an Active 9 member of of mph Ware Creek missionary Baptist Church and chairman of the Church Board of trustees he waa also a member of st. Joseph masonic Lodge a no. 801 at Ware 1 w Creek. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Clara m. Moore of the Home two Sisters mrs. Clemmie Moore of Brooklyn n. Y. And mrs. Luvetia Martin of wait see Moore Page 14 alias ring comeback. A decision is not expected before january the Long delay Between conviction and a final decision has raised howls of protest from War Hawks veterans groups and others who complain it should t take so Long to go to jail. Lawyers on both sides of the Case hotly deny any charges that the system of judicial reckoning has been soft on All who gave up his heavyweight boxing Crown rather than fight with a gun. Justice department officials Here merely Point to the chronology of litigation when asked Why Ali is still free so Long after his sentencing. The full appellate process runs for years for any defendant who can afford to pursue it even after 34 years time is critical since promoters already envision a 37 million championship bout Between Ali and heavyweight titleholder Joe Frazier Early next year. Ali unbeaten in a glamorous boxing career was reigning Champ when he stepped into the judicial ring by refusing to take the traditional step Forward april 28, 1967, at the Houston armed forces induction Center. He said he was a conscientious objector to the War and a Black Muslim minister and should have been granted exemption on either ground from 1a draft status. Indicted May a it 1967, Ali was convicted the following month by an All White jury of six men and six women who deliberated Only 20 minutes. The trial lasted less than two Days and included Only five hours of testimony by eight witnesses. Ali did not testify. A a in a going to impose the maximum sentence a . Dist. Court. Judge Joe Ingraham Ain t Sec Ali Page 14 universities would improve the situation but that increased private giving and government Aid would be necessary to preserve educational Quality. Basing its broader conclusions on weighting of on site studies of 41 representative institutions the report estimated that 540 institutions enrolling 21 per cent of american College students a see education Page 14 Carolina schools in trouble Raleigh apr both private and Public institutions of higher education in North Carolina Are feeling the Pinch in what a National study Calls the worst financial crisis in the history of a Merican higher education. The Carnegie commission on higher education in a report scheduled for in new York today warns of a a new depression Quot besetting higher education. President William Friday of the consolidated University of North Carolina who served on the commission said the depression includes not Only the states financially trouble private universities but its Public institutions As Wella the problem is becoming extremely serious for us All a Friday said. A i understand there Are private institutions in this state operating at a unc was one of 41 universities studied in depth by the commission and Friday said the reports conclusion that it. Is a Quot not in. Trouble Quot is misleading. He said unc has no deficit because state Law requires a balanced budget but Friday said unc students Are having to Bear an increasingly Large share of the costs of education at a time when it is becoming harder for them to obtain Aid. A this is All happening at a time Here in North Carolina when we Are expecting More and More students to go beyond High school educations Quot Friday said. Friday said the economic Pinch has also caused Public universities in the state to slow Down the number of new programs and innovations implemented in recent years. The state Board of higher isee higher. Page 111 soviet bloc meet ends quickly by Hubert j. Err 4 nor Laird pm writer Berlin a the it ova bloc Summit meeting in East Berlin lasted Only one Day and announced full agreement on All subjects disc Aeed but give no details meanwhile the Western big three again protested the latest interference with weat Berlin traffic the top leaders of the seven Warsaw pact nations met . Will not reduce european troop strength sex marines l no Ess veterans More hostile to own officer than pc r russians do also new unemployed physicist locates work in department store by Tom Wells a associated press writer a Charlotte a Mike Riley is 29 years old has a doctors degree in physics and did his dissertation on the 3rd and 4th. Order Isothermal elastic constants of Copper and Nickle. Unto. Three months ago he made $15,000 a year. Now he s a $i2s-a-week floor manager in Belk s department. Store in Charlotte and that a May be for Only the Christmas a Rush. After that he might be out of a Job again but still saddled with payments for a new House and car and providing for his wife and their 18-month-old son. Riley is one of the Many highly educated workers in North and South Carolina who was fired because his company was a suffering from a deflated Economy. He and his wife Cava spent virtually All their savings when he got out. Of school last no Quot vember at. Clemson University. They bought a House and a new car. They had been crimping and saving for years and with his new Job at celanese a synthetic textile company it Felt Good to enjoy some of the comforts of the Middle class. The bad. News came in october of this year. His Boss came around and said he was sorry but had gotten the message some time before that. There had been rumours around the Plant that there would be a big Layoff because of the poor Economy. Others also had to go. Now instead of huddling Over some intriguing project in a Laboratory Mike might be seen trying to get a stubborn Cash Register to work or filling in As the jewelry clerk while a girl takes her lunch break. Quot in a not pessimistic though Quot be said the other Day Over a cafeteria lunch. He brushed Back a Wisp of the a Hock of Reddish Brown hair that tries to Tumble Down Over Bis forehead. His skin is Pak As one would expect of most wednesday in East Berlin for the first time apparently to bolster the prestige of Walter Ulbricht a East German regime a communique said unanimity was reached and documents would be released later on the topics discussed a the strengthening of Security and the development of peaceful cooperation in Europe the sharpening of the situation in Indochina the1 situation in the nor East the aggression of the colonialists against the Republic of Ulbricht who presided at the meeting was thought to be angry because the recent soviet and polish pasta with West Germany did not include Bonn s explicit recognition of Hia regime. It waa expected that the conference document on european Security would demand recognition of East Germany As a Sovereign state 220 apply by Walter r wears associated press writer Washington Cap a medical researcher said in sen ate testimony today that inter views with 60 sex marines convinced him they were More hostile toward the South vietnamese army and their own officers than toward the Viet Cong or. Charles j. Levy a research associate at Harvard medical school quoted a former Marine As telling How one Man killed an army officer with a truck and another put a Booby trap in his commanding officers tent. A they talked in terms of the Viet Cong and North Viet namese army not being the primary focus of their hostility a a Levy said in testimony prepared for the Senate veterans affairs subcommittee Levy said the Marine expressed hostility toward two Central targets the South vietnamese army and american non commissioned and pm rum stoned officers Levy said there is an overwhelming need for s Boot comp in reverse to undo the attitudes and resolve emotional problems growing out of Vietnam combat. He said his research Over a two year period involved 60 former marines All of whom enlisted and All of whom were promoted while serv ing in South Vietnam Levy quoted one of the men As telling How he threw a one legged wounded South vietnamese Soldier off a truck another Marine. Levy said told of an army officer disciplining a Marine who was drive my a truck in enemy territory so the lifer went behind the truck and k released the Brake rolled the truck Backi Tiki. Pm a Ili a my Ohhi i two we a re Kink it a to Wisloff Prem writer Brussels am president Nixon Plegge to Danha the United slates win not reduce its forces in Europe unless the russians reduce theirs Nixon made his pledge to a his truck and k s truck and killed him they could t prove he did it on purpose a still another was quoted to the Levy testimony As telling How a Marine put a Booby trap to the tent of his commanding officer after the officer ordered an embankment moved 50 Yards and shone spotlights on the mod while they worked at the pro Jed Quot and so one night this Guy h Booby trapped his tent. Ii Wasny to the co that got it it was the executive officer. Capt wit blew off both his legs it is i veterans. Parc 14 at Aurora Aurora a a total of 22� women showed up Here wednesday afternoon to apply for work in a sewing operation should such an opera Tiona ome to Aurora according to Roy Edwards chairman of the Industrial development commission Here. Or. Edwards says that because of the Large number who came if was impossible during the afternoon and evening to interview All of them Only 175 had interviews however the applications of the others Are on file and if the sewing operation chooses Aurora they will be contacted the need for 150 women was pointed out on monday. Or Edwards says that applications Are still being taken and any women Between the Ages of 17-45 who wish to apply can find application Blanks at the office of mayor Frank Bonner in Aurora. A or. Edwards says Aurora is Well pleased with the response by the 220 women yesterday. Reapportionment brings a concern in . Assembly Raleigh of state rep Sam Johnson a Wake says reapportionment of North Carolinas congressional districts and legislative seats is the big Gest problem facing the 1971 general Assembly. A you Are going to see congressmen politicking in the Cor a idols of the legislative build ing Quot Johnson said in an inter View wednesday a a we re going to have super politicking Quot he added. A it will Start the first Day of the see Sion and i done to look for any solution until late in the ses st but they will be talking about it every the lines of the congressional districts must be revamped and changes made in and Senate seats to reflect changes to. The 197� census Johnson predicted the general Assembly will reject attempts to remove or reduce the state tax placed on cigarettes and gasoline by the 1969 legislature. He said he feels a there is a Good Chance Quot the one cent soft drink tax will be repealed a i personally favor removing the soft drink tax if it can be done without cutting state services a said Johnson chairman of the House appropriations committee in 1969 "1 believe a Large number of Legisla tors will favor this a two cent state tax was placed on each package of 20 cigarettes by the 1969 general Assembly which also increased the state gasoline tax two cents per gallon. Both were strongly supported by gov Bob Scott. �?o1 done to think there will be any Chance in the Gas tax or cigarette tax a Johnson said he added he feels Quot there is a Little inefficiency in the operation of the state Highway program the program is so big that it creates inefficiency. I Don t know what the solution it but i want us to think about a the Wake legislator said the legislative session which convenes Jan 13, Quot will be Lively progressive Well be working overtime 1 Hope that when the legislature adjourns in about six months the state will be much better off for what we be accomplished Quot Johnson said the legislature will consider its Many of then Cun rave rial Quot higher education will be important Quot he said a was we begin to consider the universities and the competitor for state Money we be got to establish priorities in the growth of each other items to be considered he added include reorganization of state government prison reform., liquor by the drink environmental legislation High isee . Page 14 r statement read by Secretary of state William p Rogers to the Winter meeting of the foreign ministers of the North Atlantic treaty organization Quot we have agreed Nixon said Quot that nato s conventional forces must not Only be obtained but in certain key areas strengthened Given a similar approach by our allies the untied states will maintain and improve its forces in Europe and will not reduce them unless there is reciprocal action from our adversaries a officials said the pledge went beyond the Middle of 1972, the previous time limit on such assurances and was Quot open ended a a it is Likely to set off s protest among members of the Congress who want to Cut defense spending by bringing Home a considerable number of a see nato. Page 14� mrs. Bertha b. Casey basses mrs Bertha Brannon Casey age 51, resident of it 2, Washington River Road it died in the Beaufort county Hospital wednesday afternoon at 3 45 of clock following a critical i lieu of it month. She Fiad then in failing health for the past three years. Mrs cases was Bora in Ashland. Ala july 24, 1924. Daughter of the late Hardy Andrew and Bertie Bullard Brannon she was a native of Alabama and had been making her Home Here for the past eight years. Mrs. Casey was a member of the Baptist Church. A she was married to John d. Calv. Quot a scientists and some flecks of freckles and his Blue Gray eyes make him look much younger than his 29 years. When he talks about mechanical things and about laboratories and projects he leans Forward on is elbows or props. Is Chin pensively in a. Hand what was he doing at Cela Nese a new processes for old products a he said. A trying to increase the profitability of old products and come up with new ones. Carpeting dyeing that sort of thing. A someone comes to you with an idea. You sit Down read the patents think about it and try to come up with something. Dupont had his Nylon with Little holes a it. We tried he was off and running in his Field at Home with the scientific world he loves. The technical terms flew right and left matter of factly and he to shut out the1 cafe cry. Concert also planned 4staff photos by Litchfield Parade workers help bring in the excitement Joy Christmas Parade scheduled Here sunday see unemployed Page my the Christmas activities Council of the Washington chamber of Commerce will unfurl the Bunting on the most unique Christmas Parade Ever held Here sunday afternoon at 4 One hour prior to the Parade at 3 ., the Council has invited. The people of tie area to attend a special concert by the Atlantic Christian College Bend at Stewart Parkway on the new d o w n i olt w a was h 1 a g t o n waterfront. Milton Brown local Parade chairman today said the Parade has a a tremendous amount of local eng inuit in local Church groups civic and service organizations including the girl scouts have been working for two weeks at Hassell s warehouse Here to construct 16 Parade floats. A a they re much better than we had expected them to be a Brown said today. A the people have put a lot of time and planning into the Parade will Start on Stewart Parkway at Bonner Street exactly at 4 sunday afternoon and move Westward on Stewart Parkway to Gladden Street where it will turn East on main Street and move Back to Bonner Street. This is the first time Washington has had a Christmas Parade route along its new downtown waterfront. Leading off the Parade will be1 the giant 72 member patriots drum and Bugle corps from Wilson. It is the largest Community marching group in the East. Also included in the Parade will be 40 Beautiful horses with gaily decorated riders they will serve As outsiders for the various units in the Parade. The Atlantic Christian College band and the Washington High school tend will also provide music for the units in the Parade along with a special musical feat Jap the famous Sudan Temple Caliope the famous Sudan Temple motor patrol will also perform in the Parade which will be one of the biggest in the history of the Eoanu Mhz a a we. Adults and children of the area to participate in this sunday afternoon event which we believe it tote both meaningful Sec Parade Page 14
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