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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 21, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2-a monday do Mitt 21, 1970 f of acting Lack of Plymouth Rock director of Ali More Plantation Dovid Freeman role of gov. John Carver Fallt into the water of Plymouth Harbor sunday As he jumped from shall to Shore during a 9nacfrnent of the Landing of the pilgrims 350 years ago. He was not injured. A polish party head Gierek to remain close to soviets Warsaw a Edward Gierek named new chief of the polish communist party in the shakeup that followed bloody rioting is an industrialist who went to work in a French Coal mine at the age of 13 and was a strife toughened communist five years later. Gierek 57, headed the efficient party organization in the Industrial province of Silesia and had been mentioned previously As a possible successor to Wladyslaw Gomulka the Man who stepped out sunday after being party Boss for 14 years. He is considered to be a prag Matic politician who did not identify himself with either the Liberal or nationalistic Wing of the party. In his first television speech he served notice that he and other new leaders would main Tain Poland s close Bonds with the soviet Union. We Are going together with the whole great socialist Unity and chiefly with our tested Friend and ally the soviet he said. Gierek has a reputation As the party s top econ my expert. He apparently is popular among the polish people. He has travelled to half a dozen countries with official delegations and is considered to be More cosmopolitan than Many of his High ranking colleagues. Gierek was born Jan. 6, 1913, the son of an upper silesian Coal Miner who later was killed in a mine Accident. At the age of 10, he emigrated to France with his Mother and went into the mines three years later. He became Active in labor Union activities and joined the French communist party when he was 18. At the age of 21 he took a leading role in a miners strike and France expelled him As an undesirable alien. He returned to Poland served time in the army and then went to Belgium in 1939, working again in the Coal mines and serving As a party functionary. When the germans occupied Belgium in the opening months of world War ii Gierek joined the belgian underground. He helped establish the polish workers party in Belgium when the War ended and then re turned to Poland taking a communist party Post in Katowice and studying engineering at the Krakow mining Academy. He Rose rapidly in the party Hierarchy after graduating from the Academy in 1954. In March 1956 he was named Secretary of the party s Central committee. Four months later he was named to the ruling politburo but then the Poznan rioting erupted in july leaving 44 per sons dead. Comulka took Power in october 1956, and Gierek was forced to resign. He made a timely adjustment to Gomulka s however aligning himself with the party Wing that pushed through cautious reforms and sought greater Independence from Moscow. Gierek returned to his Post As provincial party Secretary in Silesia and gained respect As an Able administrator. He again was named to the party s Polit buro and Central committee and became increasingly Active in the direction of National of airs. Federal lunch guides to be used in schools Prioto by Sonny Smith All 93 school districts South Carolina will put new Federal school lunch guideline into effect by Jan. 1, meaning that Many More pupils will receive free meals. Dili from National weather service . Dept. Forecast figure High for daytime monday not ctn ult local for ail forecast rain Snow flurries and showers Are due Over most of the Pacific coast monday with Snow flurries expected also in the Rocky Mountain states. A rain Belt is due from the Virginias and Carolines West into Texas Oklahoma and Kansas. There will taper off into areas of showers Snow and Snow flurries. It will be warm in the Southeast and cold elsewhere. A pee Dee weather Chance of rain is forecast mostly Cloudy and not much change in temperatures with a Chance of rain is the pee Dee forecast for today a . Wea ther Bureau report said last night. The High today will be in the mid 60s and the Low tonight will be around 50. Winds will be Easterly at five to 10 Miles an hour. Tomorrow s Outlook Calls for partly Cloudy and warmer with a Chance of showers. The High should be in the lower 70s. A slow moving front lies East West across South Central South Carolina bringing unsettled weather to most of the state. As this front becomes station Ary these unsettled conditions will continue today and tonight then begin breaking up some tuesday weather information for the 24-hour period ending 8 . Yesterday. Temperatures highest 70, Normal High 58 lowest 50, Normal Low 36 mean 60, Normol Meon 47 Preci pation ii this month 2.33 total for year Normal for month 3.06 humidity 8 . 100, 7 . 61. 8 . 97 Sun Moon today Sunrise f.m., Sunset . Moonrise Moonset . Tides tides Loter than Myrtle Beach and 0 can drive Georgetown Light add 45 min utes Murrells Inlet and Carder ally Odd 35 minutes Charl Clown add 30 minutes Hawleys Island add 20 minutes. Myrtle Beach Ocean drive tides monday dec. 21 tuesday dec. 22 wednesday dec. 23 thursday dec. 24 Friday dec. 25 saturday dec. U sunday 27 monday of x High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low High Low Lam River bulletin station fid Sage Date Hgt Cage free Camden 23 18 2.8 m3.2 0 Cicrow 30 20 6.6 m4.2 0 Condray i 13 3.3 0 0 Effingham 14 18 5.6 .3 0 Kingstree 12 18 6.7 1.3 0 pee dec 19 18 11.5 4.1 0 River statement heavy Rains which occurred wednesday arc causing rises of Rivers in Eastern South Carolina. The following crests an expected. On the lynches and Occam of Rivers o minor Rise. On the great pee Dee of Cherow it Man or Rise. At pee Dee a Crest of Neor 16 feet shout 3 feet below flood stage on sunday do com Ber 20th ind will fall slowly. Lake Levels Lake Clark Mill 319. Feet about 10.s feet below Normal Pool. Lake Hartwell 447.7 feet about 12.5 feel Normal Pool. Lake Greenwood 434.1 feet about 7.5 my below Lull stage Lake Morion 3 feet below full Pilige. Lake Moulth 73.4 feet about 3.5 fell below full stage. Loke Murray eel about 7 below full stage. Lake in Lecce 9j.7 about 2.5 below full stage. Wendi will he Vir Ottili mostly Northeast to Easterly t s to 10 mlle an hour. The Federal regulation was signed into Law by president Nixon in May but was not implemented by the . Depart ment of agriculture until this school year. A spokesman for the South Carolina department of pub Lic instruction said Only a few of the state s school units were using the guidelines at present but All Are expected to adopt them by the end of the year. The National policy change cuts red tape makes More fed iral Money available As Well As More pupils eligible and re quires states to put some funds into the program. Under department of Agri culture standards a family of four with an annual income of or less can get free meals1 for its youngsters. Pupils rom larger families Are Eli Bible if their family s income is within a graduated scale. No Pupil May be stigmatized or receiving the meals. Missing Atlanta girl found Well and Happy in Texas Atlanta a. A she s god Hose words crackled Over police radios in Atlanta shortly after Midnight saturday As an officer reported that Texas police had found a 6-year-old girl who disappeared dec. 3. In Atlanta Memie Rennee Carter said police is Well and she was found in Paris tex., and a Man sought for question ing in her disappearance was arrested on a Federal warrant charging unlawful flight. Police identified him As Joe economist says Nixon s inflation Steps Good Washington apr. Paul a. Samuelson 1970 Nobel prize Winner in economies said sunday he believes new Steps taken by the Nixon administration against inflation Are work ing. But he added he does t feel the Steps Are big enough. The Massachusetts Institute of technology professor has been a Strong critic of president Nixon s economic policies in the past. He said sunday however that i like better what i have been hearing coming out of Washington in the last month or Samuelson appeared on Abc s radio and television pro Gram meet the asked if he thinks the administration could do better than it now is doing Samuelson replied yes. I think for example an Opportunity was lost in line begin Ning of 1969 to use presidential leadership to Back up fiscal policy to Back up monetary policy Samuelson recommended ear Lier that Nixon turn the spotlight on labor unions and industries that fail to hold the line against wage and Price increases. He said sunday he would re commend also compulsory arbitration of disputes that effect the National welfare but added there must be a focus of Public policy from Congress from pub Lic opinion from the president that be in the Public Samuelson also said he believes the worst of the nation s economic troubles Are Over but added that he feels unemployment will continue to Inch up Ward for another six or seven months. Lee Bensing 23, formerly of Atlanta. Police in the East Texas town of Paris said they made the arrest after attendants at a drive in movie reported a Man and a Small girl together in a car at the theater. The child was last seen As she walked away from a Gro Cery store near her Home in at Lanta. Her Mother had sent her to the store which is visible from the House to Exchange a pair of stockings. Gov. Lester Maddox had posted a Reward for in formation leading to her return. Atlanta police said the child will be returned Home monday or tuesday. Receives de6ree Thomas Alexander Whitaker Ion of or. And Thomas Lee Whitaker of 713 Coupon Street in Flor ence has received his m. D. Degree from the University of Tennessee medical unit in Memphis. Tenn. Or. Whitaker now plans to intern for one year beginning Jan. 1, at the City of Memphis University of Tennessee Complex. Radiation Over Wyoming leaves with no Trace Las vegas Nev. A a Cloud of Light radiation spawned by an underground nuclear explosion has disappeared without Trace Over Wyoming the atomic Energy commission said Sun Day. No Trace of radioactivity in the air has been found since Midnight last said an dec spokesman. At that time an extremely Small Patch was found Over the dec Felt great Assur Ance that no Trace of radiation would carry to Canada the direction it was headed after the spillage Friday the spokesman said. The Levels of radioactivity fell far below that which could harm human beings he a led although 300 of the 600 workers evacuated Friday from the test site had radioactive dust on their hair clothes or vehicles. The Cloud was measured be fore it crossed the Nevada Bor Der into Utah As a fraction of a Millir Oetgen. A routine Chest x mrs. Cora b. Cribb Almon p. Hawley Johnsonville mrs. a Benson Cribb 91, widow of Johson h. Cribb died in a Flor ence Hospital sunday after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted at 3 . Tuesday in West Side free will Baptist Church by the Rev. Paul Reid and the Rev. Bennie Turner. Burial directed by Morris fun eral Home will follow in old Johnsonville cemetery. Mrs. Cribb was born in John Sonvile a daughter of the late John and Delia Powell Benson. She was a member of West Side free will Baptist Church. Surviving Are two sons John p. Cribb of Alexandria va., and Robert Allen Cribb of met Spartanburg Man Dies in Accident a 24-year-old Man died of in uries received in a one car a ident near Florence saturday Light according to officials. Florence county Coroner w. Billy Eaddy identified the victim As Enoch g. Williamson f Spartanburg. The Coroner Aid Williamson was travelling Lone on the old Marion High Way about five Miles North of to Rance when he apparently Ost control of his car ran off be left Side of the Road and hit Culvert in a ditch. Eaddy said the Accident occurred about . He said Williamson was first taken to Mcleod infirmary in Florence and was being transferred to a Harleston Hospital led Croute about when he . The South Carolina Highway Atrol investigated the Acci Cut. J grandchild. Arie la. A daughter miss Vashti Cribb of Johnsonville free Sisters mrs. W. W. John son of Hemingway mrs. Ruby Lee of Scranton and mrs. Myrtle Perry of Johnsonville. Robert Lee Parks North Myrtle Beach Robert Lee Parks 52, of 815 Bellamy Road died sunday morning in a Charleston Hospi Tal after a Long illness. Funeral arrangements be announced by Bullard Funera Home. Or. Parks was born in Bla Den county n. A son of mrs. Nannie Lee East Parks and the late David Alexander Parks. He had lived at North Myrtle Beach for 15 years and was a retired accountant. He was Veteran of world War ii member of North Myrtle Beach Lions club and Trinity Metho dist Church. Surviving Are his Mother of Council n. C., his wife mrs. Elizabeth Rushing Parks son Richard Steven Parks of he Home eight Brothers John David and Thomas Parks of Council n. C., Woodrow Parks of Elizabethtown n. C., Wal Ter Glenn Parks of regi Alwood c., Joseph d. Parks of Rocky mount n. C., Hugh a. Parks of Kinston n. C., William p. 3arks of Annandale va., and Lawrence m. Parks of Hunting ton England two Sisters mrs. W. J. Mercer of Goldsboro n. And mrs. Marion Shuffler of Raleigh n. Mrs. Lois b. Buffkin funeral arrangements for mrs. Lois b. Buffkin who died saturday night will be announced by Waters funeral Home. Mrs. Buffkin 34, was born in Darlington a daughter of the ate John and Louise Lundy Brown. Surviving arc her husband Lenry Buffkin of Florence two daughters Lois Ann and Shirey Ann Buffkin of Florence a son Johnny Buffkin of Flor a acc Smith a sister mrs. Vivian of Michigan and a Almon Parvin Hawley 84, died in a Columbia nursing Home sunday after a Brief ill Ness. Or. Hawley was born in Ben son n. C., a son of Pulaski and Edna Starling Hawley. Graveside services will be conducted at 2 . Tuesday in mount Hope cemetery by the Rev. Paul e. Mcwhirter. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Sarah h. Riley of Tor Ranee calif., and mrs. Jean Ette h. Mcdonald of Columbia a son Ray Hawley of Green Ville a sister mrs. Launada h. Bowers of Columbia a brother Loys m. Hawley of Florence six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The family will receive friends a t Waters funeral Home from 7 . Until 9 . Monday. Walter a. Mcgee Washington d. Wal Ter a. Mcgee a former Williamsburg county resident died saturday. Funeral services will be con ducted at 2 . Monday at the Francis Gasch and son Funer Al Home in Hyattsville my. Burial will be in Lincoln Mem orial cemetery. Or. Mcgee was a son of the late Anna Belle Gray and Char Les Glenwood had lived in several years. Surviving Are Mcgeesr. Washington he for a daughter mrs. Steven Hodges of Balti More my. Two Brothers d Wight Mcgee of Salters s. C., and Leverne Mcgee of barn Ray contains 50 Utah Colorado and an investigation was the dec said. It using into what went wrong the Rockies at a rela the test shot burst through Low Point. Surface and into the air happened is that like a spokesman Cloud air dilutes the it was assumed the and the particles de spilled out through a the spokesman said. We undetected fissure or one expect to find it again but de by the blast the will said. The area was too hot or five aircraft using Check just yet he sensitive instr the radioactive air hovered around the mixed into natural air of the radioactive mass and Clouds. It was it dissolved near Laramie both by its dying life Cycle Vermillion said. Tern and by widespread Snow in the area that carried question of whether the to the would reach Canada was the radioactivity once because the United Over a 70-mile wide area of with Russia and 100 oth Vada As air currents pushed nations had signed the 1963 northeastward reached a nuclear test ban treaty mum height of feet not to explode any no Abc device that would produce the radioactivity carried beyond its own Bor relatively unpopulated areas credit More Philadelphia additional liquidity plan to Nesses with less than top internally generated funds credit ratings May find pay off Short term debts selves in a liquidity bind slightly More than one year if profit expectations plan to go into the Bond not realized according to a Tio wide Survey by the federa Reserve Bank of profits fall below expectations Boehne said the a company s liquidity is will be faced with sure by the degree of ease alternatives. Which it can convert its assets into Cash without Back on plans to trim Short term liabilities. Loss. Cash and Bank deposits Are More liquid than spending in other areas S.C. As Plant and equip Ings and spending. The Survey showed corporate treasurers project More on external 18 per cent increase in of funds. For 1971. But Edward said the treasurers research officer and probably opt for All three for the Reserve Bank said in varying degrees. Thought the projection was optimistic. While profits will almost certainly improve in Boehne said a jump of 18 per cent seen pears inconsistent with the gradual economic recovery tha1 is shaping up for the coming Security the Survey Points out that the less credit worthy firms have a More urgent need to Short term liabilities in 1971 cause they had less Access nations , capital markets for funding the . Security with five new members if profits do fall Short of the new year will be More Pec tation they May not and less Antipolo any More Access in 1971 to and pro Arab than it is1 now Ity conscious lenders in the and observers hers ital Market than they did Boehne the Survey concludes prediction is based on the arms with Good credit and general Assembly will have Little trouble in nos for a Hin records of the incoming and outgoing Council members. Well s. Two Sisters mrs Mary Bodiford and mrs. Norma Duke both of Andrews s. Two grandchildren and Sev eral nieces and nephews. Other s. W. 0. Swindler Columbia mrs. E. M. Baldwin Whit mire mrs. G. S Pierce cottage Ville j. B. Stone sr., Wil Amston j. S. Westmoreland Gaff mrs. Malissa Wannamaker Columbia Ansel Davis Columbia e. J. Tugglt Columbia Otis Strong Columbia w. L. K. Scott sr., Bishop Villa s. F. Coker Cades Jarrell Hampton Paul Pooser Dorchester s. Z. Smith a Craw mrs. Richard Abner Ridge Spring mrs. B. Blair Beaufort mrs. J. S. Winc Bocaner Mountville a. H. Wilder Sumlor t. P. Brick Winnsboro t. R. My Nick Prosperity f. Martin Bennettsville s. N. Rose Camden profits. The five new nonpermanent to year terms Jan. 1. Belgium and Italy both Mem forty per cent of the Treasur members elected to the Council ers surveys reported that firms by the Assembly will begin liquidity adequate but More than half said their liquidity position was below what it should Beds of the North Atlantic trea be those treasurers said they it organization will succeed plan to reduce further Short neutralise Finland and Spain. Term liabilities in 1971 to bring Japan an ally of the United their debt Structure More into will replace Nepal a balance. Nonaligned country and Argell fifty per cent of the financial Tina Wir take Colombia s place officers who said their firms n a substitution Between two countries that Are members 6f he organization of states and Friendly with the United states. Somalia will succeed Zambic n the shift of a Council seat b e Ween two members of the nonaligned group and the Organiza Ion of african Unity. In the three month Assembly session that ended thursday Somalia and Zambia both voted Rivers growing stronger doctors say Birmingham Ala a rep. L. Mendel Rivers d-s.c., rows stronger daily from open Pieart surgery a University soviet Unton on East Hospital spokesman said Sun Day. Because his recovery pro Cess has followed a consistently Normal pattern for several Days condition reports will not be released daily unless there Are new the spokesman said. The 65-year-old chairman of he powerful House armed West issues with the arabs on Arab israeli issues and with the Nti colonial bloc on colonial is us. Argentina and Colombia Gen rally vote with the United states on East West issues with Srael on Arab israeli issues ind with the anti colonial bloc on colonial issues. Belgium Italy and Japan services committee had sur tended to vote with the United Gary Here dec. 11 to replace a states on Bast West issues. Faulty heart valve with a Plas so did Spain but Finland and in one. Nepal abstained

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