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Washington Daily News (Newspaper) - November 23, 1970, Washington, North CarolinaWeather c w i Tiff % now in d much i a elsewhere insult to to limn in is Washington daily news if you do not get your paper. Dill to it 43 Wtown 4 if and ? 00 o clock and on will csta8ushcd 1909 ten Page Washington. North Carolina monday vhf pc daily except sunday d Oes China direct War by John Roderick associated press writer Tokyo api a a filipino congressman proposed the other Day that communist China be admitted into the United nations if it would agree to Settle the Indochina War. The idea had no Chance of a elected chairman a Leon Thompson local businessman has been elected chairman of the Board of trustees of Beaufort county technical Institute. He has been serving As vice chairman and was elevated to fill the vacancy created by the death of Graham Elliott Thompson who attended North Carolina state University in Raleigh and majored in chemical engineering is a former chairman of the Washington City school Board. Septan debut it reflected a wide spread belief among Many asians that peking and not Hanoi is responsible for keeping the Vietnam conflict boiling. Though it has engaged in no major asian War since its massive incursion into Korea to in the people s Republic seems to prefer to be hated rather than loved by its Pacific neighbors hardly a Day passes without a bitter Public attack on the government leaders of Japan South Korea the Philippines. Malaysia. Singapore Burma Thailand Indonesia. Cambodia Laos or South Vietnam. The Only non communist nations of which it approves in the area Are Pakistan and Ceylon. Thus it is Little wonder that the United states and nationalist China get a hearing when they accused the red chinese of failing to qualify As a peace Lov ing nation under the . Charter. Yet even in these neighbor countries there stirrings of change in the Long held attitude toward peking Singapore s prime minister. Lee Kuan Yew says that in spite of its insulting language he believes red China has a right to representation in the United a Tiona. Malaysia now that prime minister Turku Abdul Rahman no longer Calls the turn leans toward red chinese acceptance even in Japan which for years has joined the fight to Block peking. A Call for a More realistic policy in keeping with the inter it was National trend has been heard Naissance within the ranks of prime minister Eisaku Sato s party. For Many asian nations As for others the question now is not so much shutting red. China out As keeping Chiang Kai Shek s Republic of China on Formosa in. The question of chinese Mainland sovereignty has been dodged by the non communist Powers for nearly 20 years it is apparent that the communist government is in effective control of China a 740 million people while Chiang rules Only the 14 million of the nation s 30th province Formosa. Not even Chiang disputes this but he insists that peking rules Israel charges violation Tel Autv apr the israeli government charged today that egyptian warplanes flew Over israeli positions near the suet canal sunday in Quot grave violation Quot of the cease fire along the waterway a military spokesman said four Soukhoi 7 fighter bombers of the egyptian air Force crossed the canal in pain and flew Over israeli army emplacements from isms Ilia in the Central sector of the canal zone to Rasel Ayish. Nine Miles South of port said then they flew Back across the canal Mission the four planes did not drop bombs or. Strafe and israeli troops did not fire on them the spokesman said. It was the first time Israel has accused Egypt of violating the cease fire since it was extended nov. 6 and the first israeli charge of egyptian flights East of the canal since the first 90-Day cease fire began on aug congressional doves increase bomb criticism seek a a a reopening of debate m a a see China i new v ote ordered in Craven co. Raleigh apr the staff of the North Carolina Board of elections began drawing up today formal orders for a new election in a county commissioner race in Craven county and for a recount of the votes in one Columbus county precinct. The Board saturday announced its decisions in the two cases but no action can be taken until formal orders Are sent to the local elections boards. The decisions were among four announced by the Board All involving Republican charges of voting irregularities during the nov. 3 general election these Are the boards decisions _. A a a to Grant part of a. Request by Republican Thomas Harrel son of Southport and order a recount of the votes in Columbus county a South Lee precinct in the Columbus Brunswick state House race. Harrelson lost the race to democratic rep. Arthur Williamson by two votes. A to deny a request for a recount of the votes in Alamance county state Senate race which Republican Hubert Lowe lost to Veteran democratic sen. Ralph Scott by 13 votes. A to approve a last minute request by Republican William p Powell of Mars Hill that his request for a new election in the 31st state senatorial District or an elimination of Buncombe county votes in that race be withdrawn. A to Call a new countywide election for the office of two county commissioners from Craven county township 8. The election was requested by the Craven elections Board and local republicans. No Date was set by the Board for the new election. Alex Brock executive Secretary of the state Board said in announcing the boards decisions that the Call for a new vote in Craven county a is without democrats won both seats in the disputed race. A in the research we be been Able to do in the last 24 hours we find no record of this action Ever having been ordered before a Brock said. At a hearing before the Board Friday the chairman of the local Board said that improperly printed ballots had prevented voters from being Able to split the tickets and the directions for voters printed on the ballots were wrong. In Columbus republicans had asked for a recount in the whole county because of numerous alleged irregularities in voting procedures. South Lee precinct where a recount was granted was the site of most of the alleged irregularities. The spokesman said Israel had lodged a complaint with the . Truce supervision organization during the first 90-Day ceasefire period Israel complained frequently that Egypt was moving missiles closer to the canal. The israelis several times published Aerial photographs of missiles allegedly brought into the canal zone and the United states once charged Israel with violating the cease fire by reconnaissance rights Over egyptian territory. But the israelis never admitted they had flown Over egyptian territory to obtain the photos. Egypt Over the weekend demanded again that the United states halt its reconnaissance flights Over the canal. The demand published in the sem official newspaper a1 ashram. Was accompanied by a warning that Egypt might shoot at the u2 planes if they continue such a spy flights t a a pm Fri it Rori m i a a a c tidal wave tosses Steamer into Field a this Large Steamer from Chittagong was tossed into a Field on Mansura Island by the catastrophic tidal wave Yie a swed to Ftp Tat of to Ftp codify Kif Toifl gop split . Republicans divided in ranks by Rob Wood associated press writer Columbia . A the Republican party awakened Only recently in South Carolina after almost a decade. Under the anaesthesia of anger Anc frustration arising from the reconstruction Era now faces the danger of a Sharp division within its own ranks much like the democrats on the National level. The Republican split obvious from the grumblings of some Loyal party workers could Force the gop into another Long coma in South Carolina,., there appears to be bitterness Over the route followed in the recent Campaign that saw Republican congressman Albert Watson beaten in the gubernatorial race. And there is a wide Canyon separating the philosophy of two segments of the party particularly Over the questions of whether there should be a gop primary and whether an Effort should be made to get the Black Vota. It was almost 100 years ago in the election of 1876 a that the democratic party took control of the South Carolina government yanking it away from what was then the carpet bag Seala wag Republican domination. The democrats were for the most past the sex Confederate planters lawyers and businessmen and those who wanted to drive the negroes out of politics. It from then in those Days of gov. Wade Hampton until the 1960s, the republicans were nothing more1 than an Echo of an unhappy past. Even with the Dixie rat rebellion in 1948 and the democrats for Eisenhower in 1952, South Carolina remained a democratic state from top to Bottom. Democrats in some elections polled As much As 91 per cent of the vote. They never bothered to consider the gop As a threat. It was 1962 when the republicans made their first deter <8ee election Page 10 Frazier t. Woo lard Iii f Razier t. Woolard,13, Dies sunday Frazier Thomas Woolard Iii 13-year-old son of Frazier Thomas and Betty m. Woolard of 612 East main Street died in the Orangeburg regional Hospital in Orangeburg s. C. Sunday at 6 50 . Following a critical illness of 10 Days. Frazier was born at Elizabeth City dec. 4, 1956. He attended the Washington City schools and entered the Carlisle military school in Bamberg s. C. In sept. Where he was a student in the eighth Grade. He was a member and acolyte in the first United methodist Church a member of boy scout troop 21 and had played in the Washington Little tar Heel league surviving besides his parents Are a brother Byron Craig Woolard a student at Duke University in Durham and twin Sisters Ginger and 1 Suzanne Woolard. Both of the Home and his maternal grandmother Wool Cdr Page Tat City native Dies today John Lawrence Jack Nicholson jr., age 60, of Rocky mount native of Washington died Early this morning in veterans Hospital Durham following a critical illness of two Days. He was the son of the late or. J. L. Nicholson and Francis Hill Nicholson von Eberstein and the brother of mrs. Eugene Tankard of this City. Surviving with his wife mrs. Katherine Hicks Nicholson of the Tome in Rocky mount Are three sons or. Thomas w Nicholson of Oklahoma City okla., Samuel Timothy Nicholson and j. L. Nicholson Iii of Rocky mount and a daughter miss Katherine Hicks Nicholson of new York City. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete at this time. Burial will be in Rocky mount. . Whitaker p ,., Dies saturday a Iki Sian via a ii Ciais Samuel w Whitaker age 89. Widely known retired Farmer and resident of 226 n. Bonner Street passed away at his Home saturday night at 9 00 after a critical illness of four months. Or Whitaker was Horn in Beaufort county june 26, 1881 son of the late John w. And Amanda Woolard Whitaker. He was engaged in Large farming operations in the county and owned and operated a livery stable prior to his retirement in 1948 or. Whitaker was married december if 1903 to Etter a i Good who preceded him in death on May 24,1960 he was a member of the second Baptist . Whitaker. Page 10 Battle Over Relief plan by Arnold Zeitlin associated press writer Dacca East Pakistan a president Agha Mohammed Yahya Khan is returning to Dacca tuesday to look into the foundering Relief program for the hundreds of thousands of storm victims still in need of food shelter clothing and Medicine. The announcement of the presidents return gave no indication How Long he would following the Cyclone and tidal Waves which hit the Ganges Delta Quot 10 Days ago Yahya Khan made one Brief visit to Dacca on his Way Home from a visit in China and flew Over the devastated area for two hours. That was five Days ago. And there has been much criticism because he has not been Back As government officials and Relief agencies battled Over operation of the Aid program political leaders in East Pakistan were growing increasingly critical the dispute is expected to put new life into demands for local autonomy from he Central government in West Pakistan the red Crescent Pakistan s red Cross is operating independently of the East Pakistan Relief com Mission after a 24-hour dispute Over Possession of 20 inflatable Raf motors flown in saturday by the Quot Brida re Cross the red Crescent grabbed the boats rather than contend with gov. Eminent red tape a care the american Volunteer Agency has halted shipment of All Relief supplies into East Pakistan Quot we have All we can effectively control a said a spokes Man reflecting unwillingness to let the government distribute a ser disaster Page 10 nil with j fue in Susarla led press writer Washington i api the t s decision to bomb antiaircraft Sites deep in North vat my has drawn intensive criticism from congressional doves already seeking to reopen a policy debate Over president Nixon s Southeast Asia program with Many Senate demo crata still rankled Over Nixon request last week for 1155 million to new Aid for Cambodia majority Leader Mike Mansfield said sunday the x hours of f weekend raids Points to an in created. Not lesser. American role in Indochina �?o1 think it the bombing Means a re involvement even if it is Only on s temporary the Montana Democrat declared Quot i think it could Well stiffen the spine of Hanoi and i think it could Well retard negotiations in parts a a in disclosing the raids saturday Secretary of defense Melvin r Laird said the planes some 200 of them sources have reported conducted a limited duration protective reaction strikes against North vietnamese missile and antiaircraft installations to answer Tat tacks on our unarmed reconnaissance aircraft a Senate minority Leader Hugh Scott Mansfield a Republican counterpart who earlier asserted democratic attacks on Nixon a Cambodia Aid plan were motivated by 1972 presidential politics made a Strong defense. It see 101 hark funeral slated at 3 mrs mane Pinkham Clark age 23. Resident of East fifth Street died in the Beaufort county Hospital saturday night at to clock As the result of self inflicted gunshot wounds a mrs. Cd orc was Tom Hope oct. 5, 1947. Daughter of John Clifton and Bronza Lee Woolard Pinkham she was married to Ernest m Clarkjr of this City surviving Are one Aon Ernest m. Clark Iii one daughter. Lisa Ann Clark her parents three Brothers Johnnie Rogers Steve Wayne and James Clifton Pinkham or four listers. Mrs Robert Bridgeman. Brenda Jean. Diane and Doris .,t�8fr Clark. Page w Quot Guinea claims school use Nixon political portugese attack 0f drugs advisor secure Abidjan Ivory coast apr the government of Guinea claimed today that mercenaries hired by Portugal tried through the night to land on its stores but guinean forces repulsed them. The . Security Council at an emergency meeting sunday night called for the immediate withdrawal of ail foreign forces in the West african country and agreed to Send an investigating Mission. A the fight has not ended marxist president Sekou tourers government said today in. A broadcast from Conakry the capital. A the enemy is still Here. All night he tried to disembark other mercenaries but in vain. Thus the second Day of the War that has imposed upon us is earlier broadcasts from Conakry a barged that about 350 european and african mercenaries under the portuguese Flag attacked the defense ministry and the Airport Early sunday to divert guinean troops from Northern and Middle Guinea they said the town of Boke about 100 Miles Northwest of the capital near the Frontier with portuguese Guinea probably would be invaded next. The radio reported captured invaders said six to 10 ships left Bissau Pori guess Guinea s capital moored in guinean territorial Waters and sent in boats with the Landing party. In a personal Appeal to . Secretary general u Thant president Toure of Guinea said his country a was the object of aggression by the portuguese armed he appealed for a Force of . Troops to help wipe out a the last positions occupied by the portuguese mercenaries and to pursue the aggressors ships from our territorial the portuguese government in Lisbon said Guinea s charge of portuguese involvement in. The invasion was without a the slightest a statement said Portugal a has enough troubles already in its african territories because of its neigh tors to show interest in creating tourers govern ment openly provides sanctuaries for guerrillas fighting the colonial government in Bissau. Radio Conakry also reported without elaboration that French troops in Senegal Ware taking up positions along the guinean Border. Guinea is on the West coast of the West african bulge with portuguese Guinea Senegal and Mali on its North Mali and the Ivory coast to the East and Liberia and Sierra Leone on the isee Guinea Page 10 l under study by h. L. Schwartz Iii associated press writer Washington Apas Many As 30 per cent of the children in some elementary schools May be receiving drugs to quiet them Down a govern ment investigator told Congress today. A this is a sober estimate 1 have heard a a or. Leo e. Hollister a medical investigator for Quot the veterans administration said in testimony prepared for a Senate subcommittee beginning four Days of hearings on govern ment drug buying practices. S. Overactive children used to be thought suffering from a Small degree of brain damage that was undetectable clinically he added. A that a disorder usually believed to be relatively uncommon should suddenly become a major affliction of childhood is a mystifying matter a he said. A the Normal exuberance of childhood now seems to be viewed As pathological a he said. A in any Case Large numbers of children Are being treat. De with stimulant a usually As amphetamines have a bad name at present for a questionable he also said the defense de a Hee drugs. Page 10 by Frank Cormier associated press writer Washington a de spite the mixed results of the 1970 elections the Man who called Many of the political signals for the White House says there s been no suggestion of any changes in his team Murray Chotiner the durable presidential sidekick who shares leadership of the political tactics squad said in an interview no one has uttered a word to him that would indicate any alteration of his setup. Another Well informed Nixon aide agreed saying he Hasni to picked up so much Asa hint that the Chotiner operation might be changed this is perhaps the More remarkable in View of burgeoning rumours Many circulated with Semi official encouragement that a major reshuffling of the Cabinet and the White House staff is in the immediate offing. If a change does develop some suspect Chotiner might move to1 the gop National committee staff to help plan for Nixon a expected 1972 re election bid with committee chairman rep. Rogers , Morton moving to another Post perhaps Secretary of Interior like Nixon Chotiner up wily views the outcome of the nov. 3 balloting in a cheerful Light citing gop Sanata gains in Connecticut Maryland Ohio and Tennessee. _ losses m Illinois and cat norms Are minimized As having been anticipated by the Republican High command. Democrats of course Point to their continuing control of the Senate a gain of nine House seats and a major pickup in governorships As a Victory demonstrating Nixon can be beaten two years hence. Chotiner is particularly disturbed by talk that the 1970 outcome cast doubt on Nixon s political sagacity. The president he said has a remarkable feel for political realities. Just the Day before the election said Chotiner Nixon predicted republicans would gain two. Perhaps three Senate seats and lose 10 seats in the House until Chotiner became a special counsel to Nixon last january 13, the unchallenged Boss of White House political operations was 40-year-old Harry s. Dent former aide to South Carolina sen. Strom Thurmond. Dent is said to have been a sort of Shook by Chotiner a arrival. The 60-year-old Chotiner sometimes looked upon As a political Rasputin clearly enjoyed longer and stronger personal ties with the president having see Chotiner Page a it
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