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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - November 27, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather partly cd Udy tonight a my saturday highs saturday m the so lows tonight in by Washington Dacia news if you do no get your paper. Dial ms-i14s Between a Ftp and 7 00 o clock and on will established 1909 ten pages Washington North Carolina Friday anti Jbf r daily except sunday economics Nixon a upturn hardly evident Dayan outlines israeli new lunch policy set for nov.30 version of cease fire by Rill Neikirk associated press writer Washington apr the economic experts with whom i have been meeting quite regularly Here indicate that the last Hall of the year will definitely see the Economy turning that was president Nixon speaking at a july 20 news conference a your year end report and our congressional testimony gave the Clear indication of a a up in the rate of expansion in the second half of the year. I think that s still a Good that was Paul w. Mccracken chairman of the president s Council of economic advisers in an april 10 interview since Early in the year the Nixon administration almost daily has come out with optimistic forecasts of an economic upturn in the last part of this year a or As is fashionable an Quot economic the end of the year a nearly at hand and signs of the art1 neither Clear nor definite. In fact some economists indicate the opposite May be True Industrial production one of the broadest indicators of the nation s economic Pace dropped by a stunning 2.7 per cent in october steepest decline in 11 years. It was the third straight monthly decline in the indicator of Industrial activity. R re a i in Rhea i a a Yrra Piaf i Tiu ii to tort. St a a Jet we tool i f. Broadest measure of the nations output in terms of goods and services Rose 1.0 per cent in the third Quarter it was modest growth not As much As the administration had expected. Then the consumer Price Index in october took its sharpest upward turn in six months showing a rate of inflation in excess of c per cent. Despite the string of recent bad economic news the administration still is sticking to its guns of predicting an Secretary David m Kennedy said in a speech to new York monday Quot after marking time during the fourth Quarter of last year and the first Quarter of this year the Economy began to turn around in the second Quarter of 1970 and continued upward at a More substantial rate in the third Quot with a settlement of the general motors strike Quot he added a the prospects for even stronger growth in this current fourth Quarter Are quite promising a that was the Way the original text of Kennedy s speech read. But then the Secretary made an official change to make the quote read Quot with a settlement of the general motors strike the prospects for growth after this current fourth Quarter Are quite promising Quot there was no question Back v Early in the year mat the at Quot ministration saw a definite upturn in this part of 1970 president Nixon was reported to have told a visiting business group pm april 20 111 Tell you what is going to in the third Quarter of the year the Economy leveling off. It will begin to turn then in the fourth Quarter you will begin to see More encouraging signs of the Nixon swords were relayed by a member of the visiting business group in a May 28 meeting with some of the nation s top businessmen the president said the Economy was Strong and emphasized he expected an economic upturn in the last half of the year. The administration s economic Quot game plan Quot was simple. To Cool off an overheated Economy it applied gradual and moderately vigorous restraints to hold Down inflation including tight Money and curbs on spending. The inflation rate As measured by the consumer Price Index. Slackened during the summer months then Rose sharply in october just the time the administration had hoped for a big decline. Meantime the unemployment rate reflecting the pressure of tighter Money policies climbed steadily upward reaching 5.0 per cent of the labor Force in october a. A new free and reduced Price lunch policy will go into effect in the City school system monday. Nov. 3. According to mrs. Kay s. Finch food service coordinator. According to mrs Finch As of monday Only students who have returned the application Blanks sent Home two weeks ago and determined to be eligible to Roland b. To Dun Modlin heading dimes drive v Roland b. Modlin of Washington has been named Campaign director for the 1971 March of dimes drive against birth defects in Beaufort county. The announcement was made today by William z. Wood who is the North Carolina state chairman for 1971. Golf Champion Arnold Palmer is this years honorary National chairman of the Campaign. A a or. Modlin will direct the annual fund raising Appeal held to Bea Ufort county from a january 2 through the 31st. For More than a decade the March of dimes has led the fight to prevent birth defects. To achieve this goal it helps support a nationwide network of More than 100 birth defects centers programs of professional and Public health education and Community service. Sec Modlin. Page 10 mrs. Joseph h. Boone passes mrs. Estelle Mitchell Boone age 86, widely known resident of 804 North Market Street passed away thursday night in the Beaufort county Hospital after an illness of several years which became critical the last three . Boone daughter of the lat e Napoleon Bona part and Nancy Waters Mitchell was born in Washington october 4, 1884. She was married March 7, 1906 to the late Joseph Henry Boone of Nash county who preceded her in death in 1949. Mrs. Boone was educated at the old Academy a private school. She was a life Long member of st. Peters episcopal Church and of st Elizabeth a chapter of the episcopal Church women. She was a real daughter of the confederacy and is listed in a the Confederate reveille Quot As a charter member of the Washington Gray a chapter of the children of the confederacy which was organized october 9, 1897. Survivors include two sons Harry a Boone Portsmouth va., and Joseph Nathaniel Boone of the Home four a see Boone. Page 10 Sowers speaking f or higher wages Raleigh apr a top state official said today he will urge the 1971 general Assembly to increase North Carolinas $1.25 hourly minimum wage Quot to a figure that reflects the increased Cost of living and other economic Roy g. Sowers jr., director of the North Carolina department of conservation and development said in a talk prepared for delivery to the Durham civitan club that the average state minimum wage is $1.44 per hour and a we surely should compensate our tar Heel workers at least equal to this National a the Cost of living has spiralled. nearly 12 per cent in the last 24 months a Sowers said. Quot obviously our state minimum wage is not longer meaningful and it is Clear that an. Increase is desperately in order a he said a under the present Law a Man could be making the Legal minimum wage and an income below the states average per capita income and Well below the Federal governments defined poverty income base of $3 ,060 a year a Sowers stated Sowers also told the Civ Loans that Industrial expansion in North Carolina during the first nine months of 1970 was at a a slower Paeo-4has an i960 he said a total of $385.6 million was invested in in new or exit see Sowers Page 10� a receive a free or reduced Price lunch from the information on them will be served a free or reduced Price lunch in addition to the new Quot free lunch policy Quot parents who wish to pay for their children lunches on a weekly or monthly basis May do so mrs Finch said students May bring the Money for a weeks lunches on monday and receive five tickets for lunches during the week the food service coordinator gave this other information All tickets a free reduced and paid a will be distributed Between 8 09 and 8 30 am on monday mornings in the classrooms at the elementary schools and in the cafeterias in Washington High school and p s Jones Junior High school. Students absent from school on monday May get their tickets on tuesday. Students Are asked to pick up their tickets promptly upon arrival at school. Any parents who have questions concerning the new policy or the Purchase erf tickets on a weekly basis Are asked to Contact the principal of the school their child attends mrs. Jane Baker Home school coordinator or mrs. Kay s. Finch food service coordinator. Bulletin Washington it a Quot i Fri director j. Edgar Hoover disclosed today an East coast anarchist group has plotted to a ear on underground Fec trial lines a Washington an Kidnap a High government official possibly a White House staff member. A if successful the plotters would demand an end to United. States bombing operations in Southeast Asia and the release of All political prisoners As Ransom a Hoover told a Senate appropriations sub com m it tee. He said the group is known As the Quot East coast conspiracy to save lives and has described itself As being composed of cat Olic priests and nuns teachers and former students a who. Have manifested opposition to the War in Vietnam by acts of violence against government agencies and. Private corporations engaged in Lork relating to . Participation in the Vietnam 3-year colleges. Raid Points up contrast mister by William Barton associated press writer Saigon api a Quot last week s attempt to free us prisoners Sharp contrast in attitude while Washington is obviously concerned Over the Well being of some 450 captured americans Hanoi has yet to say a word about the nearly 37 ,000 North. Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops being held in South Vietnam military officials say 28.166 Viet Cong and 8,335 North vietnamese regulars Are held in six South vietnamese prisoner of War Camps also held Are several Hundred Quot re groupies a or South vietnamese who joined the communist Side . Peace negotiators in Par b frequently protest the conditions under which american prisoners Are told in North Vietnam but the North vietnamese and Viet Cong delegates have never mentioned their own troops being told in the South one reason for their silence is the fact that North Vietnam does not officially acknowledge that it has any troops in the South but officials interpret the silence along with North Vietnam s refusal to negotiate a prisoner Exchange As meaning Hanoi does not want its captured soldiers Back. The officials Point out that Hanoi has been reluctant so far even to accept North Viet my Mese soldiers released unilaterally by the South vietnamese. Toje Saigon government has Reed a total of 165 sick and disabled enemy troops in five groups the last group 62 prisoners. Was released at sea off North Vietnam on july ii. International red Cross teams visit each pow Center every three months. The teams file reports to the red Cross Headquarters in Geneva which in turn submits recommendations to the Saigon government with a copy to the . State depart men i . Forces hold no prisoners any enemy Soldier captured by americans is turned Over to the South vietnamese. . Military officials say the last two red Cross reports one filed in june and one in october a were somewhat critical of conditions in South Vietnam a a fun. Take heart dad Cost May be Cut Turkey sandwiches Quot i just be banked if in a going to eat another piece of that such is the result after several Days of husbands coming Home to Turkey Sandwich lunches and Turkey pot pie dinners How Homes had 20-Pound turkeys for 10-Pound appetites Turkey hash is Tea so bad and for those who really think they can to face Noui or Turkey anything there is one Consolation Christmas is right around the Corner. Staff photo by Litchfield by William j. Waugh a education writer Washington a fake heart dad if you still have youngsters at Home with College aspirations. The Bill might be reduced by .25 per cent if present thinking in some higher education circles bears fruit. Some University presidents agree the time is Ripe to make changes that will Cut school time 25 per cent for the four year and possibly two years for the lofty Down the Cost to both parents and the schools themselves. Ref wring to the tight and gloomy financial condition of most universities both private and Public or. Glen Terrell of Washington state said Quot i. Think that fiscal conditions. Will make it necessary to do something like this. It will Force us to do innovating that we Are not inclined to Terrell was commenting on a Carnegie commission for higher education report released this week that called for a restructuring of the degree system largely untouched for 80 years to require fewer years in the classroom. The report also suggested creation of two new degrees Between the b a. And . A master of philosophy after five or six years qualifying the recipient to teach in High school and lower division in soil leg. Atom bomb no its thu blast from a 1.1 s an support bomb As a cambodian task Force attempts to Clear Road East of skin. Grimly re mindful of Hiroshima. R enemy makes cambodian gains by George exper associated press writer Saigon a North vietnamese forces battered a South vietnamese command Post on the cambodian Border made fresh gains North of phenom penh and battled government forces 23 Miles Southeast of Saigon military spokesmen reported today. While heavy fighting flared on the three fronts . Forces in Vietnam saw Little action since they Are mostly in a defensive posture. The . Command said Field Leports indicated there were no americans killed in action thursday for life Sec and successive Day in a pre Dawn attack thursday North vietnamese forces moving behind a heavy mortar barrage blasted to Headquarters of the South vietnamese 52nd task Force just inside Cambodia triggering the heaviest Border fighting in three a doctor of arts envisioned As equal to a ., but with emphasis on a broader Field of Basic knowledge and less on research As required by the . It would prepare the recipient for teaching at the University level authorities say the need for changing the degree Structure already is Well recognized and about 75 universities either have or Are studying the possibility of creating a degree Between the Bachelor and doctoral degrees. Yale University for example has revised its curriculum for a master of philosophy degree that qualifies the recipient for teaching but does not require the additional two years for the thesis that leads to a doctorate commenting that new degrees already Are in use and spread. Ing. Or Byrum e. Carter Chancellor of the Bloomington Campus of Indiana University said a i done to think there is any doubt there Are a substantial number of pm d. Programs that take an excessive number of some educators Are calling for even More Radical reduce tons in the time spent in school., especially for an expensive medical degree. While a Yale spokesman did not foresee shortening the time to obtain a. Degree he noted that each year Yale admits about 50 students who Are Given Sopho i set College Page 10 weeks after the night Long Battle near the town of Krek about 85 a Ules Northwest of Saigon to South vietnamese Soldier and 48 North vietnamese troops were reported dead Twenty South vietnamese i groups were wounded the South vietnamese task Force made up of infantry and armoured cavalry elements of the 18th division has been poised along Highway 7 to Block North vietnamese infiltration southward along the Saigon River corridor ,. Meanwhile other South Viet namese forces fought North vietnamese and Viet Cong troops 23 Miles Southeast of Saigon and claimed killing 33 of the enemy with the help of helicopter guns hips despite the claim of 33 enemy killed Only six i Oes and a Quantity of equipment a see War 10 Lope attacker wants troop thinning by the aft my Iatan press israeli defense Miniatas Moshe Dayan has outlined a new plan for a Middle East cease fire and Western Sourdaa in London have reported move to get peace talks going again a or ear Dayan said in a state television interview in Tel Aviv thursday that he favored thinning out forces on each Side of the Suez canal to create a More relaxed atmosphere for negotiations he said it would be easier for Egypt and Israel a if they both want to get ahead with peace talks to operate with the knowledge thin neither Side is planning or is in a position to attack the other he gave no details saying these would have to be negotiated with the egyptians Dayan stressed that his proposal does not Call Quot for withdrawal As some of hts critics charge hut foe Quot a new ceasefire agreement a the minister said the .-spnnsnred truce that went into effect last August was broken by Egypt s missile buildup in the canal zone and that since chances of a missile Rollback were Small a new agreement was Mykl so that Israel could resume talks under u n. Peace a envoy Gunnar v. Jarring. The negotiations have been dormant since september. High Western sources in London reported that secret talks Are under Way to revive the. J arcing Mission by around Christ math a said Tito United states and Israel Are conferring with the British Ami French being kept informed of what is going on. The Nixon administration is again expected to neck soviet cooperation to Nail Down the shaky cease fire due to expire in february along with endorsement of its efforts by the British and French the sources said. Egypt warned today however that it will not accept Extension at the cease fire at a a Mere make believe attempt by Israel that it is resuming Contact with jarring Mahmoud read Egypt a vice Premier for foreign affairs charged that Israel is playing for time a to freeze the situation and consolidate its position in respect to Arab territory Assn of Wal Quot. A to save world from propaganda James Anderson Bath gets Deputy sheriff James Anderson a Veteran Law enforcement officer has assumed duties As Deputy sheriff at Bath. _ in making the announcement sheriff Jack Harris said to was pleased to be Able to have a Man of Andersons experience to fill the poet. The Beaufort county Board of commissioners several months ago authorized the employment of a Deputy at Bath after hearing the plea of a Bath delegation for such action. Anderson formerly was employed As a member of the police departments at Bath see Deputy Page 10 by Patrick. A Quot Keefe associated press writer Manila apr the Painter in priest s Robes who tried to kill Pope Paul i with a foot Long knife says he wanted to a save humanity from the religious propaganda of the Pope and had been planning to slay him for Quot Many the 73-year-old pontiff on the third Stop of an eight nation tour of Asia and the Pacific had just stepped off his chartered jetliner in Manila Friday when a Man in clerical garb lunged out of a crowd of 3,000 and tried to Stab the pontiff with a Long curved knife he ted concealed beneath a Golden Crucifix. Police and dignitaries around the Pope stopped the Man and threw him to the ground. The assailant managed to hit the pontiff on the Chest As the knife went astray but the Pope was not Hurt. The attacker was bleeding from the Toad As police carried him away. Officers identified the attacker As Benjamin Mendoza y Amor 35, a surrealistic Painter from la Paz Bolivia. They said to was a a religious Vatican officials travelling with the Pope issued a statement today that said Quot it has been found without any doubt that a certain Man Benjamin Mendoza y Amor of bolivian nationality dressed in clerical attire approached the of his holiness with marked violence. A showing a Crucifix in his hand when to was near his holiness he pulled out a Dagger and attempted to Stab his holiness but to was Quot immediately stopped by the Security men surrounding the Pope a the holy father was not aware of what was going on and he continued to Greet the rest of the guests with a Stephen Cardinal Kim of South Korea who was at the Popes Elbow during the attack a came away with blood smeared on his White cassock. He said later that to ted not been Cut by the attackers knife and had no idea How the blood got there. Eyewitnesses said the bloodstains might have come from the wounds inflicted on the attacker a by police. The Pope ted just been greeted by philippine president Ferdinand e Marcos and was walking a red carpet toward a dignitary who had Knelt to kiss his ring when the attacker lunged. There were conflicting reports Over who stopped the attack. Marcos chief Security , col. Fabian ver said Marcos Quot parried the Man a and pushed him Back where Security police pounced on him. Bishop Juan Velasco to charge of press relations for the Manila archdiocese who was a see Pope. Pate 10 #
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