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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - January 2, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather Washington daily news if you do not got your paper Dud 98au4s Al web a m and a 88 o a bark and on will be de St Estabil shed 1909 eight Faors Washington Mokew Carolina. Flo a aft noon january 2, 1970 Datt v assuring Agnew lands focus shifts in mid East confrontation in Formosa by Carl p. Leubsdorf associated Prate writer Taipei apr vice president Spiro t. Agnew or Rived in Formosa today to assure nationalist China c Itha y a. Government intends to stand by its treaty commitments. But in route from Vietnam he said the Nixon administration favors initiatives to Lessen tensions with communist China and permit a reduction in military spending. Agnew old newsmen travelling with him that the recent re taxation of american restrictions on Trade with Mainland China reflect a Hope they will Lead to Steps by the chinese communists to Lessen the tensions that exist in Asia the United states he continued. Should not sit still in a stance of armed preparedness and make no initiatives to develop an atmosphere that will allow it to reduce military spending and use some of that Money in programs needed at Home. But the vice president said . Efforts to ease tensions with the communist chinese do Mil in any Way affect the . Commitment to the nationalist chinese. A China is a country of 800 million people a he continued a a they can to be ignored. But attempting to begin a meaningful dialogue with them does not Lessen our desire and our conviction that the Republic of China government must be protected in accordance with our stated treaty Agnew said his purpose on the tour is to emphasize the a a positive Side of the Nixon doctrine for asian commitment to . Treaty obligations and . Defense of Asia against massive be said he would Assur a president Chiang Kai Shek there is no diminution in the . Pos Ture m Formosa there is just a matter of different mechanics it it achieve it. Quot we intend to remain an Active and concerned member of the Pacific Community a Quot Agnew said in his arrival speech to vice president yen As his motorcade moved through downtown Taipei. Agnew stopped his car twice and. Moved through the cheering crowd smiling and shaking hands. Forty fou it paper dragons appeared from the crowd at kith places and gyrated As the vice president smiled and applauded reviewing his stay in Vietnam for the newsmen aboard his plane Agnew said he expects the enemy to launch a new offensive when the enemy thinks it would be most effective in swaying . Public opinion against the War this May come at some time other than the Tel festival of the lunar new year in february when big attacks have been made. Q the vice president said he was especially encouraged by the further development of local government in South Vietnam and by the fact that president Nguyen Van Thieu a government is becoming truly representative he said Thieu a drive to prosecute three opposition members of the National Assembly As pro Viet Cong was an a isolated by Hal Mec Lurk associated press writer Tel Aviv api the of fighting in the Middle East has shifted overnight from the Suez anal to Israel s Borders with Jordan and Lebanon the Northern development town id Kiryati Shimona came under rocket attack from Lebanon on thursday the military command said and a watchman in the Little Village of me was abducted by Arab commandos a spokesman added William Barton a few Miles to the South la Sac laced Proa. Writer Razeti jets knocked out Jordan Washington api Black Thor irrigation canal for the sch rent made More than 180 soviet establishment reported nursing its own Case of nerves Hoover cites Black panthers ads Kkt to diminution politicians readying to make Hay of crime by Walter r. Mears a political writer Washington apr politic dans democratic and Republican Are closing in on the vote Rich Issue of crime and Law and order legislation. The skirmishing is Likely to step up shortly after Congress reconvenes on Jan 19, with legislation aimed at organized crime due for Early action. There already is the beginning of a political custody dispute Over the Bill involved with the democratic National committee crediting it to sen. John l. Mcclellan d-ark., while republicans claim an administration trademark Mcclellan himself Calls the Bill a thoroughly bipartisan Effort democratic Leader Mike Mansfield described it As a composite measure and said it would be one of the1 first Bills taken up in the new session. A the presidents initiative for new and needed crime control programs must be made As soon As possible a said sen. Hugh Scott the Republican Leader in a session end statement distributed by the gop National committee. At the same time strategists at the democratic National committee have advised party officials and spokesmen to take the political offensive on crime and to hold Nixon responsible a for his ineffectual handling of that and other problems. The1 administration has complained repeatedly that inaction in the democratic controlled Congress has hampered its anti crime plan. The Republican National committee in an analysts of Nixon a first year said the administration has boosted the Justice department crime fighting budget by More than 120 mini Ion assigned More manpower to the Field and set up anti racketeering squads. Nixon urged organized crime legislation which would give the Justice department new authority to shut Down syndicated gambling operations make it a Federal offence for a Gambler to bribe a local official and let Federal courts compel a witness to tatty with immunity from prosecution. But the democratic commit see politics Page a third time after heavy shelling from jordanian and iraqi blk teries Gideon Gazit a Veteran gab Lee settler and an official in the Israel land directorates off ice said most israelis in the area see no alternative to Protection but to grab a 19-mile stretch of the Bleak Gilead Mountain Chain that looks Down from Jordar in the israeli Farmers defense minister Moa he Dayan visited Medulla thursday arid said Israel viewed the kidnapping of the watchman with a particular he said a terrorist activity had increased along the lebanese Border since the Cairo agreement Between the Arab commandos and the lebanese government the israeli air Force returned meanwhile to the Suez canal area to attack egyptian military positions along the Central portion of the canal the israeli command announced. A spokes Man said All planes returned safely. On Tow diplomatic front repercussions continued in. The Wake of the successful circumvention of the French arms embargo by the five gunboats that escaped from Cherbourg Christ Mas morning. They arrived in Haifa new year s eve the French government ordered adm m order a i Limo Israel s chief arms purchaser in Europa to leave France and suspended two French general who had to pass on the papers that permitted the boats to sail. Israel denied that any International Law had been broken a the problem arose out of the unjustified existence of the embargo by France and not by a i see mid East Paga i mrs. Louise p. Tomlinson Dies mrs. Louise Pender Tomlinson age 80, passed away Early this morning at the Home of her daughter mrs Lewis Dibble at 113 Oak drive. Cut mrs. Tomlinson was born at Tarboro june 8, 1889 daughter of the late Frank Howard and Eliza Garrett Pender she was married May 20, 1909 to p. B. Tomlinson who preceded her in death november 16. 1942. She had lived most of her married life in Washington and was a member of St. Peters episcopal Church. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Lewis Dibble City three sons p. B a a Tommy Tomlinson. Or. Of this City William h Tomlinson of Fayetteville Frank p Tomlinson of Orinda Flavone sister mrs. L. If. Lumsden of West Palm Beach Fla. Six grandchildren and nine great grandchildren funeral arrangements will be announced by the Oden funeral Home. A lacks in the past six mantis _ on the nation s police officers Fri director j Edgar Hoover reported today. In a year end report on Fri activities during 1989 Hoover said at least seven policeman died and More than 120 others were injured in combat Wanh militant negro groups he released no figures on the number of negroes killed in he mar Truston. But he said a extremist Allne Gro Hale Type Organiza tons such As the Black Panther party continued to fun the flames of and revolution during the year by a Many of these groups whose leaders preach violence and hatred of the White race have my men r leaders been involved in shutouts with local police or said a Ems no attack of police by Mack he added a a get unprovoked and nothing a Tun planned ambushes a although Hoover did Man it Black Panther have accused the Justice department and the Fri of taking part in an organised nation Al Campaign to destroy the Gre in it the department officially denied it. While condemning Black extremists. Hoover Atoo predicted a an upsurge in recruiting Active Tyr by the Stu flux klan in the Wake of the Reteare from prison of Robert m Shelton Imperial wizard of the i United klan of America. M Shelton was freed last month after serving a Federal prison term for con Jet of Congo re Hoover contended there was a / by William l. Ryan a special correspondent Quot you think you re got troubles Quot the soviet in table moment might justifiably be asking that of the american and chinese establishments the Judi Eriton and a to Mese had plenty <4 trouble in the decade jus ended the . Kyi Tiwi in ii a a a by impatient am Divilly Usmond youngsters China to a Resura cys Raa dismantled by hordes if voting people who were Toki they were cart veg out a Culler Menta there Are writers Intel err Tush students and Young people m the limn aha have Hern tainted by Western idea and have he a a me a Maye nut space they and other like them to communist ruled East Ero Europe Are., target for at revolution rut to the it the military a a subversive Force we from the police give overtime to improve relations Fri Hoover marked shift during 1889 in the Ltd called new left movement with Many group now advocating a violent revolution Quot referring to the students for a democratic society Hoover said All of its factions support a the concept of a marital Len iritis revolutionary group debt caled to the violent overthrow o see report. Page a a Auto License sales bring motorists out Pope Likely to continue peace efforts by Dennis Zedmont associated Pren writer Vatican City tap if Pope Paul s new year plea for peace is any indication he is Likely in 170 to continue vigor Ous personal gesture to help end the worlds wars one gesture May be a symbolic a peace trip to Hiroa Inui. Japan site of the atomic bomb explosion. Or the pontiff May make new personal efforts to gel nigerians and a Zafrans to the negotiating Able in 1969the Pope renewed his Long standing offers to help us achieving what he Callad a a reconciliation in Vietnam and the Middle a a it. His Vatican Relief Agency Garita skipped and flew millions of dollars in Medicine and supplies to the sick the wounded and the homeless in those areas. Pope Paul travelled for the first time to Africa and in Uganda he met separately with biafran and nigerian Delegat is in an Effort to gel negotiations started again. He obtained Only vague promises from both sides during the Holiday teas it a. Pope Paul expressed in several pessimistic speeches his frustration at not achieving resulta. World leaders especially those of Type major Powers bore the Brunt of the blame. These actions have led some observers to conclude that the Pope May be reverting to the role of a critical observer re. See Pope Page it Detroit it a the Leader of a Campaign in which 166�?~po linemen donated overtime to fight crime in a mainly Black precinct says the Volunteer pro Gram has improved police euro Mummy Reto t in v Quot Ftp err off Yursi Imp Ltd to a Block club meeting and Community groups that we never were invited to before 1 said patrolman jul Eryb Wahl. Quot it turned out belter than anyone suspected a the policemen worked More than 1,2110 unpaid hours during i it december As a Holiday present to the resident. Of the1 7th precinct. Where the crime rate is High. There were no immediate statistics on whether the crime de creased. You done to mind i aying taxes to men like that a said mrs Odan Givantt. See police. Page 8> Greenville men to Honor Jenkins Greenville n c apr the Greenville chamber of Commerce and merchants association has announced plans to hold a a Leo w. Jenkins appreciation dinner Quot Jan. 27 in Honor of the president of East Carolina University. John w. Poo president of the merchants group said. Quot during Hie past 1.0 years East Carolina University and the entire Region have experienced tremendous growth and pug Grees under the leadership of or Jenkins we Tiave planned this dinner for him to try to express our gratitude for his Many contributions to the North Carolina Community in general a Kain High map i Sale of the first 1870 slate Auto License plates Here today brought a mad dash at the sales office in the motor vehicles building As car owners sought the distinction of buying the first plates. And a a g �?Tm9h some bruised f eting amp i John h rorie of Raleigh a i employee of the motor vehicles department bought the first plate ii i rorie Man Givi to get to the sates window ahead of Rote it Barham of Raleigh. Who has Hughi the first plate Here several limit previously Barham who had been waiting at the motor vehicle build my Smice 4 p m thursday had to Settle for number a i. Mrs. Maria Jones of Wake Forest said the got Walt b a m to join the Fin at the motor vehicles building Quot when i got Here there were it people and or Rune was t with Vliem. Who we got inside lie was at that window stuck like glue clutching mile bars mrs Jones said that when the doors opened there was a mad see License Page i political Bureau. Re to Complex in Moscow n nursing a had Case met it rnai ird by the communist party s Central committee and labelled Quot these do Mons rates this. The to theses were i it Romul gated in Mcninc str with this year s Cele to a i Ion of the truth anniversary >4 Lenin birth the document obviously is updo cd to be a guiding manual Tor communists everywhere a Side and it is Side the soviet Chni a hut the document is some thing else again it prot a hic a tet Toig self por trait of inner curb Leaden who Are haunted he to lots and goblins fetish am phobia and nagged and needled by ensues afer 62 year of Guthuri tartan p wer the Tead Quot a trip show 1 self to be guarding its privileges captive of its own duties and terrified of the very thought of change if the document is to or credited. Enemies Lurk everywhere waiting for an to bore from within and strike from without to i integrate the soviet system am the world revolutionary movement. And Only a a strict adherence to soviet Ortho doxy on All fronts can How the situation. Quot the enemies Are such thug As Quot modern Bourgeois ideology Quot slyly imported from the West into the communist family and propagated by subversive ele tote is nationalism in not rus Tan soviet Republic a so Nahum in the he nation has he Cine Hie tool if Pipit my in Penalise nationalism in hed China i a up porting the upper hoist revisionist View Ltd which Ptah a there Are of the right and Teto rests Kniatt 4 the right and left Quot tries who adhi fre Mao tse Tong there Are the social dem i Wrath. In Europe Beule Quot to 1 n in o i Liberati West tier Man revamp hts american a imperialism and a dutch of to Dice ass irked a so ail Are wait nig in punch on the soy Jet system and do it m there is tto sort of Dev Tounsi ism which produced the uproar to Mierta Slovakia and brought soviet Iri Aipa in to crush a Liberal movement there to the de . Of the yugoslav. Whose communist system allow Susic Shialy capita hot Uma my innovation i tie document Points Tail that there Are opportunities too. Hut even these Are nubbin de with in. I a Che How can the soviet communists re sch us my or Brace youth and student move intents in tto West when Many in tie we movement View the my Sci is establishment As just As old hat and dated As any other thu., i to Trident nr�ii�th8lli8>m must the document warns be approached with caution nursing Home removes 15 Charlotte t apr a Char Suitte nursing Home will remove is of its patient to other Holm today in lie Wake of tto refusal of it and at least to it other or vate nursing Home in i to state to atop caring for Patu in Undt i a the dispute is Over tto repay int formula under which Itie nes Are Reini buried. For car g flt or indigent tto pro Gram is basically financed by tto fed. I government but str admit tired by tto state s department of so Octal services tie Harlow in nursing Home Whitti will remove patients to Tipton s a spokesman for tto Siatt department said thursday nursing Luoius operators say they will receive less Money per patient under tto new arrangement. Which went into effect thursday tto former setup reimbursed tto Homes at a a see Homes Page in How to avoid Hong Cong flu disease detectives search bankrupt Protection insurance firms lobby against Federal Bill for clues in six flu less states by Frank Carey a science writer Washington a gov eminent Besue detectives Are trying to solve a year old in mystery Why did six that have occurred already in Alaska and puerto Rico. Recalling last Winters epidemic of Hong Kong flu that sickened Many thousands of americans and killed at least slates essentially escape -lastifjmd., the experts said they Are Winter s raging epidemic of puzzled by questions like these Hong Kong flu / Why were six states missis 11 they could crack it the so Kippi Oklahoma Texas wis kit Ion could have worldwide Sig Consin Nebraska and Hawaii of trance. Virtually by a Shari by the wave they said so thursday in re of Hong Kong Viras technically iterating their Confidence the known As a-2-Bmi? Una Ted states will be spared any and will those car states nationwide epidemic of of this have the same experience again Wintar despite the met ii in Althou near theoretically crisis affecting wide susceptible to sporadic out of scrape Breaks from this years resp Ite Radkai experts Yearance of the abase Viras a Aid its a Katy there will be most re ideals of the Ether 46 than ply because they were infected Iasi Winter. In contrast last Winter s epidemic struck relatively few people in Europe thereby leaving thousands vulnerable to attack this Winter it is possible the six by passed states will essentially escape again this Winter for the same still undetermined reason they did a year ago said or. James o. Mason Deputy director of the Public health service s communicable disease Center cd in Atlanta a but lie indicated in a Telephone interview that its per heps More Likely that a sporadic outbreaks of flu will occur i those states As Well As in i Divi until eyed by last Winter s Scourge a these Are the things we Are trying to understand about he said. A we really done to understand How or Why it spreads in tto fashion it Doe. A indeed the biggest mystery about last Winter s epidemic of Hong Kong Fine to this Quot Why did a lot of Europe est Cape infection and excess mortality from the disease while tto United states at the same time had major outbreaks with an excess of deaths both parts of the world were in theory equally susceptible to the Hong Kong virus which represented a new mutant Strain of influenza sporadic or 1 i America Tike states Are now temporarily Mune to the a Flor a Cretie. In dual communities throughout United trias the ovum by that were virtually Ter. Mason is a in by also be a sporadic outbreak of an other Type of mph Mia called Type by in communities Reto Lively untouched by this Type Tost Winter. Type a which mainly affects school age children is one of several forms of Traat Iota influenza which cropped up per Lodie atly Long before die soca lied asian and Hong Kong strains appeared As for the current Matua Ion in the United states Mason gave it is rundown a there already has been considerable illness in parts of Alaska with several outbreaks confirmed is Hong Kong flu and. The rest rated As. Flu Tike ailments 8ns flu. Fugs 8� is a gut speak Eft a the Rev. Jsmie a. Loll is formerly of Beaufort county and now stewardship Secretary of unified Pru Molton of the Christian Church will be guest speaker sunday at the first Christian Church which will be observing woman Day he will also speak at to Christian women s Fellowship general luncheon meeting Al the Chirich on tuesday Jan 6 or Pudlis graduated from Washington High school received i a b degree from Milligan College and his b d. Degree from Yale divinity school he served pesto rates in North Camina Virginia Connecticut and Kentucky for More than 40 years prior to assuming his present Post in tha Church. He to a brother of Herman Lolly of Choctow Uuie and a half toothed of Fred of were Al Lipil City. The Public to invited to attend the air vice sunday and hear him by ii l. Schwartz Iii associated press writer Washington Apt or Tow nations Mutual Iii Ursic con Panie have mounted a of a to coast lobbying Cifor against a Hill trial would pm Ide Federal Protection for customers of in Sura Nee firms hat go by it a the american Mutual insurance Alliance which to running Ito protest is bitterly Opp i Evl to any increase in Federal regu Lanni of tto insurance Industry the am i a rear it Sentmo 120 1 companies has elicited a blizzard of tetters fact doets Alai is renal contacts with gov Erners and member of state a Gisla Tures lobby it efforts apparently Are aimed chiefly at 13 publicly uncommitted members of the Sena t e Cir wite t re com n it t be chairman Warrenn g Magnu is i d Wash. And five of the other 18 committee member Tiave Coupon it red tto Bill which i tto Amia opposes the Bill we wild set up a Feder Al insurance guaranty Cor to frito unify victims of property and casualty company insolvent Eves although holders of fire Quot com Plica Ting Toft and other policies would be protected too an Industry Spuk Aaman said most insolvency a occur among Auto in mixers the measure also would establish uniform Federal standards. Off trials of the Amia complain that insurance regulations traditionally have been set at. I to. State level and that a re tin responsibility Stoi uld in or a juju i seven states a Tirve Tow pro act Mger hammers term tithe Rype of company failure that has roat a inn than 240.000 get it pie some �?�1300 Millton in Uoc Niter table claims in the Pas decade Eltree of Tiwe seven slates i wised Laws after Magnu Soti a a a or deed his Bill and under re it dding by to Amia Alliance officials argue ital 29 a i legis tortures will to meet my tins year and with coaxing by tto Amia Many should pass Laws Tbs. Hot in a officials would Lessen pressure for Federal Ilene Nln the Alliance however is fighting an Uphill Battle fur one thing tto Federal insolvency measure has Broad support in Congress not Only was it introduced by tto influential Magnu son but has the added Luster of be Quot Iii a consumer Bill in an elec-1 to . Final bearings Are set for feb 10 and floor action is Likely before fall things further by tto Amia Are deep within tto insurance Industry. The Amia accounts for about 13 per cent of the Auto Market. Another 39 per cent to a ratted among the 128 members of the see insurance. Fare to it
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