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In Tab Cuc fund a we a permit Aries Are Holby l prevent horns from Side v\5ion, blk Horn rams often rub a Mem against / Rock Rio Fri a trag coff pm a Bym berries each amp a year to Hake a a pounds of roasted Coupe succeeds Gomulka Choice of Gierek As polish Boss seen As bid to Calm crisis by Arthur Veysey chief of London boreas Enow ram to imm London dec. A the polish communist party tonight dumped Wladyslaw Gomulka its Leader for 14 years and chose a bread cores before politics Miner in on attempt to appease angry citizens and keep the party in Power. That was the assessment of knowledgeable people in Warsaw and London after he party s Central committee swept oat Gomulka. Also dumped were president Marian Spych Ahki Gomulka a Gierek supports communism because be believes the old european capitalist system cheated workmen. It was said. To him. The communist party is a Means to an end not the end itself. He alone on the committee opposed the Price increases it is said. Influenced by nazis his War experiences and the nazi treatment of his Homeland Are credited with placing him firmly on the aide of Russia in world affairs. To selecting Gierek the Central committee was seen As picking the Man most Likely to improve living conditions thru out Poland and thus preserve communist Rule. Altho he is firmly expected to stand with Moscow in world affairs he is thought Likely to seek easier times with Western Europe and the United states whenever so doing appears to him to be Good Lor Poland. The youth fait Hart a in the fact and tried to escape but Hartoo and the judge wrestled him into the squad car and off to the police station. The youth who police declined to identify because he is a juvenile was charged with robbery aggravated assault and resisting arrest he was turned Over to juvenile authorities. Youth is surprised Quot the kid was really surprised to Lead out a judge caught him Quot said Hall 47, an Olympia Fields resident and former policeman from 1945 to 1950 in news analysis closest Collaborator Zenon Liszko another Gomulka partner who stressed communist ideology and Bolewlaw Jaszczuk be Kved to have been the Central figure in the attempt to reshape the nation s Economy by turning spending features action exp Eesa. Astro guide secs Bob create Page chemical blast in basement injures youth Indianapolis dec. So on a a 17-year-old was injured today when chemicals exploded while be was cleaning out the basement of his Home. Twelve persons responding to the alarm were treated for inhaling gases from the explosion. Marlon county sheriffs deputies said Robert c. Strickland or. Was Cut about be face and body when chemicals in the wok area became mixed and were jarred violently. The explosion released toxic Mercury forties into the neighbourhood and 12 persons All of bib to the Teplo Oion alarm were treated at a Hospital for inhaling the gases. A wire later released. 14 see. 3. P. 10 Pagan a e a a Page a Sec. 2. P. 10 see. 3, p. 0. Sec. 3. P. 17 you d kit for hurry Only 4 shopping Days left you Knou a cartoons Tucson hotel Blaze kills 28, injures 44 tap father carries child Down ladder to escape from flames in Pioneer International hotel in Tucson jogging judge chases Nab thief by Philip Wattley circuit court associate judge Raymond g. Hall was on a shopping trip in Park Forest Plaza shopping Center pork Forest yesterday when be noticed a 10-year old youth struggling with an elderly woman. The youth pushed the worn an mrs. Gertrude t. Cake 72, at 312 Oswego St Park Forest to the ground grabbed her Puree and began walking away. No help give Quot Stop yelled the judge who is assigned to the Law division in the civic Center. Four men walking nearby did nothing. Quot All they did was look Quot said Hall who gave Chase. Quot the Grid moot have played football at some in because he held us purse under Hii Arm As Yva would hold a foot Ball Quot Hall chased the youth five blocks Down aide streets across an open lot behind a Church and up onto a porch where he finally cornered the youth. A struggle ensued and Hall finally pinned the youth to the floor of the porch until patrolman James Horton of the Park Forest police arrived. Too Tinas won uni a i it Tucson arlz., Dee. 20 flames ravaged the Pioneer hotel Early today killing and injuring dozens of Persona including some who jumped from the upper stories. Twenty right Persona died police said. Forty four persons including 12 firemen were injured. Four of the dead were children. Three among the deed were identified As chicagoan in a list released by police. They were identified a or. And mrs. Joseph rebbe of 1406 w. Ser win av., a retired couple and mrs. Estelle Kaufman who was listed As a permanent resident of the hotel from Chicago. The death toll was the greatest of any fire in recent Tucson history. Damage to the s3 my Liba hotel was estimated at $300,000. Report Man la held one Man was bring held by police for questioning about the fire. It was reported. Police said they were making Quot More than a routine Quot investigation into a it a possibility of arson but refused to confirm that anyone was being held. Cause of the fire is still unknown altho one hotel resident reported smelling acetone a flammable liquid la the building shortly before the fire. One woman was killed when she jumped from the seventh floor of the 12-Story stucco hotel four children also leaped from the upper stories fire men said. Some persons clambered Down makeshift ropes of Blanket and sheets. Most of the victims were found in their rooms or in Ball ways of the 41-year-old hotel firemen said death was caused primarily by and Buna. Me Kaaa among dead a number of the dead and injured were wealthy mexican citizens who Bod come to Tucson a they traditionally do for Christmas shopping Tripa. The mexican Border b Only 65 Miles South of this City of258,000. Police said the fire broke out on the third or fourth floors and raced quickly upward thru corridors the elevator Shaft and dumb waiter shafts blocking possible exist. Survivors stood shouting tor help on ledges As firemen attempted to reach them with ladders. One fire department ladder Brake during the Rescue attempt injuring two firemen. One. Copl Euia Franklin Bung upside Down or 25 minute on a broken 45-foot ladder before he could be rescued. Light Bolha were melted of the fourth floor which the Bat a continued of Paga s. Col. 7 nature note Stop poles quit after rioting Warsaw dec. A in communist party Leader Wladyslaw Gomulka. President Marian spy Chadd and three other top officials resigned today after bloody rioting to Poland Over go vennect imposed Price in Battle outside red Mission new York atty police dish with demonstrators outside the soviet Mission to the United nations. Groups of jewish and polish americans cum tim arched on the Mission to protest actions in Russia and Poland. Some protesters were clubbed. Storp on Pope i radio Warsaw announced that Edward Gierek former first Secretary of the party in the Coal mining area of Katowice bad been named to replace Gomulka. The broadcast said Gomulka quit because of illness. He will be 8s on feb. 6. Talks to nation Gierek told the nation to a television broadcast the party Quot must always keep a close link with the working class and with the whole Gierek Asid the nation a new five year economic plan due to have started to january wifi Quot Heve to be he added Quot a will co built us working the radio also announced the resignations of Boleslaw Jasczuk the economic Czar a Coop Liszko considered the communist party s ideologists and Ryszord Strzlecki regarded of a close associate of Goc Sojki. Gierek appealed to us population and especially to shipyard workers for Calm. Quot the whole country needs order and peace Quot be said. Experience to Industry Gierek is regarded As having outstanding ability As an administrator in heavy Industry. In this Field be has won High regard not Only to Poland but to the soviet Union. Another new name announced As an appointment to the party s politburo is former secret polka chief Gen. Misc Zysow molar. Until his new appointment be was Secretary of the party s Central committee and a candidate member of the politburo. From 1964 o 1963, be was minister of Interior. Mosezar is regarded As a hardliner and is sold to be of russian origin. The polish press Agency gave other names of the politburo As Edward Babiuch. Premier Joseph Crank Lewis. Peter a Aronwicz Stefan Jed Coo Joanl of Page j. No weather monday discs Mem h. 1iji Chicago and Vicinity bloody today with too uhf by probably becoming Maxc with reeling Rato to Aitogi Noou High to lower i a sow mixed with Rato like tonight probably to occasional Light now ion to lower 30s Easterly wind m to 2f m. P. K. Tomorrow variable Doodt Esa High. X or final a pages 4 sections Doc than a room to Cook in a a que m m Chicago Tribune the world s greatest newspaper monday december 21, 1970gomulka, 4 abes resign a Kitchen is More 124th year no. 355 a a it Chicago Tribune

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