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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 8, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaOuk 47th year no. R the Only daily paper published in Eastern South Carolina Florence s. C., wednesday morning. July 8, 1970 if daily Loc sunday is Nixon directs rail strikers to return democrats ans Ter president Washington a the democratic party broadcast filmed excerpts from president Nixon s speeches and news conferences tuesday night in a new political Campaign tech to accuse him of ringing j Calls for action but few re j democratic National chair Man Lawrence f. O Brien said there Are results Only when the democratic controlled Congress takes the initiative and calls1 the i the 25-minute broadcast on radio and color to was carried by lbs As free time demanded j by the democrats to answer j president Nixon s statements j during his 18 months in office i Abc and Abc had Given the democrats free Lime earlier i Here is a sampling of How the i labelled the Loyal opposition part one went his inaugural address we cannot learn from one another until we Stop shout ing at one we speak quietly enough so that our As Wei hear Foard criticism averts threatened shutdown 60 Days Washington a Nixon ordered1 striking workers of three major railroads Back to their jobs tuesday night and headed off for 60 Days a j threatened nationwide rail shutdown. There can be no work stoppage for 30 clays after the Board has made its report to the presi Nixon created an emergency Board to consider a longstanding dispute Between the United transportation Union and the Dent railroads Over restoring fire men s jobs moments the j i House acted Federal judge bar the Union struck the Balti ringtone Parker had ordered the group staffer resigns More Ohio the Louisville Union to halt the walkout i Nashville and the Southern paing a hearing thursday on the civic earlier tuesday. The rail railroads request for an injun Road Industry responded by Tion against the strike. J threatening a nationwide lock out of Union workers Les struck lines but press Secre shortly after Nixon s order tary Ronald l. Ziegler said its the labor department said it affects other railroads represent had been informed that by the National railway la-1 strikers would return to work Ashor conference As Well. Foard arrives at hearing. Solicitor John Foard carrying Brief Case and Roll of paper arrives tuesday morning for a hearing with the University of South car Olina Board of trustees to elaborate on his charges against us president Thomas f. Jones. On left is har old Brunton vice president of business affairs at the University. A soon As possible and that the Industry had rescinded its consideration of a lockout. Nixon invoked a Section of the hallway labor act that pro Vides for a 30-Day Cooling off period while the emergency Board holds hearings and makes re commendations Merit. For a Settle the act also today the Divi Sions within our society Are far greater than they were is months Nixon in his inaugural in pursuing our goals of full employment better housing Excel Lent education in rebuilding our cities and improving our Rural areas in protecting our Rosment and enhancing Quality or life in All these and More we will and must urgently Forward. The statement came Tuen Dav Nixon acted on the recommendation of the National mediation Board and Secretary of labor Lames w. Hodgson. He named Fred m. Livingston for Merly a mediator in the dispute As chairman of the emergency Board. The strike had idled some Utu members according to management spokesmen and had put a total of. Workers off the Job. Trains were stopped in a least 16 states stranding some j passengers and hampering freight traffic. Kail traffic was hailed or slowed in new York California Maryland West Virginia Penn Sylvania Illinois Texas Flori Columbia uni has requested Jones to continue. Osborne that it has j a Indiana Ohio Kentucky or Jones voted unanimous support As us president prison Camp this is one of the buildings Cit the con son Isle and prison in South Vietnam. Picture was Mode by Thotis r. Tirkin it staff member of it 12 Mcm House study group just returned from Southeast Asia. Two members of the group reported finding 400 political prisoners and criminals crammed in Small cages in the prison. A cite Tiger cages at s. Viet prison Saigon a american crammed Minlu i he so Ohio officials have known about the compartments flux c to five Tiger cages used by Saigon authorities for political prison ers an embassy spokesman said tuesday but posses Only limited Power about them. To do anything a varsity of South Carolina Board Jan investigation into conduct on tuesday to j the pan of any employee Stu been the policy of the Board Louisiana Utah the University to cooperate wit Hub Lama and Oregon. Endorse or. Dent or faculty member who the office of the solicitor and the of the Utu a All Law enforcement used the railroads of unfair As president i May have encouraged the re i cent disturbances. In most areas we see Little or no Progress we share the concern of All americans with the Dine in our after the Board heard comments of Jones. Fifth circuit solicitor an outspoken critic singly i say chairman of the trustees hut Edge Osborne said in a slate mat to not expect ment issued after the meeting the Board approves his a i hellions during and since the Dis have Urbance on Campus in May just Osborne speaking of Foard s appearance before the Board said he was assured by the Board that everyone connected with the University supports the principle of Law and the Board and the total University share with or. Foard a deep concern for the problems currently facing the University the chairman said this policy will continue. Saigon in l Leleps. Augusts f. Hawkins d-calif., and William if. Ander son d-tenn., said in washing bargaining practices. The ton they found about prison the use of the Stone compartment 5 by 8 foot disclosed after american congressmen visited con son a prison Island run by the Saigon government. The spokesman could not say whether american officials had urged abandonment of the cells but he asserted american officials repeatedly had suggested that the South vietnamese Ini persons in each. The two legislators wort members of a 12-Man fact find ing team from member Thomas it. Lark m submitted his resignation tues Day. Charging that Hie had suppressed its findings o Iii Nimani in the i is Clancy a Olio and Oiler Mem Bers of the Loam had Argill that the prison findings be embarrassing would overshadow the rest of the trip Island 140 Miles Southeast of i and be played Mil of proportion South China sea. By the Media. Be eau s report to he House and Anderson also reported that women cells Wiliby and Lii Al prisoners com in lined of beatings and inadequate water loud and medicines. Con son often known by us French name Polo Condor was established by the French in and now has some mainly political prisoners. The South vietnamese govern men has stated that the Tiger created by the French have been abolished. The iwo legislators the Island thursday to inspect the prison and Only by entry Ili Rouglin a secret Gate Way were Alili to see the cages. Frank k. U Allon chief Public con a Lions adviser in Lii Aig ii government Accomma lied the congressmen on their our and opposed their visiting cages according to Don cause of the strike is Charles Luna said in Cleveland Foard began big Campaign j a simple failure of the r a i 1 against Jones this Spring after j roads to bargain in Good Faith to flared on the Campus Settle the firemen Issue with and the Osborne slated. Osborne continued the so Lution of these problems insofar president s expectations not materialized and As so As it has approved ins admits Manv of you Are painfully tra Tion of this institution since aware we have inflation and he became president in 1902." recession at the same j one o Brien went on to say Nixon expressions of Confidence must use his great personal in-1 or. Jones presented to the Board i Nar with the fluence to Roll Back inflationary faculty students linked w to the decisions organizations and be to p of elected of for about a week. In Washington John t during the trouble gov. Liob i s r Mcnair called a state of of the nation Al Ert e. Mcnair called a state of emergency and declared a cur Way labor conference a management group called for a presidential emergency Board to More than 100 persons were i6nd the potential for disruption arrested mostly for curfew nationwide rail service which few for the University area. Health insurance program proposed lations. The with police students National clashed guards will result from this we Psaw strike. And its an of i m Les a and s a ident Johnson did on Many casinos. Right now tonight or. Nixon could direct the lowering of interest rates on Home Mort Gage a car Loans and the clothes you buy on credit from a department store. A democratic Congress gave him this Power year but unfortunately he has refused to use Rutledge Aslo said the Board i the University and the general men state Highway the employees have state Law enforcement division the real objective of putting All agents and others during the railroads in an unfavourable eco i i i 1c i i j o 1c _ Many As University Law enforce edit real objective of putting All the responsibility of the and othere during ble purpose of nationalizing the dispute. Nomic situation with the Possi the violence followed students Industry it is difficult to under takeover and ransacking of Wiy Tlley have chosen administration building on the Jmc in thl a citizens committee of 100 has proposed a National health insurance program. See Page 12a. An emergency Airlift is bringing Home hundreds of students stranded in Europe. See Page 10a. Turkish Farmers Are gathering a Harvest of herion. See Page 58. Clarkiii said find Iblis thai Linn is thrown on prisoners Soj cramped for space that icy an Inlet prefer with the cannot stand were stricken from i , a Iii is colled ing information in Vietnam for the world Council of churches said u Alon old the congressmen they were committing a break in South vietnamese Sovereign the embassy spokesman denied . The . Embassy spokesman said Walton was aware earlier of the Tiger cages on con son when he wrote a fact Sheet that described the prison As a Eor sectional institution wort in of higher ratings than some prisons in the United Columbia Campus. Index ask Andy classified comics deaths kid finals spin is i2a 71 ii russian missile report brings egyptian denial roads fortunes to further jihad Vantage them by sinking important trunk lines Over the Issue of restoring unneeded firemen to added weather partly Cloudy and warm clays fair and mild nights through thursday. Highs in 90s tows in 60s. Details Page 3a. Tel Aviv Apall planes returned safely a fish bite in reverse new York a the bluefish were biting great in the Atlantic on tuesday Ami Fred Palumbo of Ocvil own can prove it one hit him. A coast Iniard helicopter was summoned to the parly fishing boat Angler ii and flew i Palumbo in a Hospital a Harp seven stitches were needed in close the wound. I did t know i was Riding to he hip Ball when i a Cal Palumbo said. The fish rot away. Pal umbel was bitten while i Rylor to ret ii into the Hoal. Warplanes attacked egyptian along the canal on tuesday for the 80th i straight Day the military com Mand announced. The command spokesman from the Day Long raids and de Nied an egyptian claim that an two of its soldiers were killed and seven wounded in the raids at Abu Sweir Fayed Kabrity israeli skyhawk was hit by and Al Cap a Cairo antiaircraft fire. L sorted. W. H. Bailey retired executive Dies at 66 w i i i a m Inanna Bailey fifi retired Industrial executive and personnel Leader died monday night in a local Hospital after a Short illness. Funeral services will be con ducted Al 4 . Wednesday in the Kirst presbyterian Church by Rev. Calvin Chesnutt and fir. Edward Lilly. Burial directed by Crown or in Ingunn Atkins funeral Home will be in Byrd cemetery in Timmonsville. The egyptian command Jakaj authoritative Cairo news paper Al ashram which often Speaks for the government charged that israeli allegations hat canal zone missile Sites were being operated by Hus sians were an excuse Tor the latest heavy israeli plane loss or. Bailey was born in Timmonsville a son of the late Rev. Ephraine Clark and Bessie Inanna Bailey. He retired from Monoco products co. In Ofifi after a Long career in the Industry. He. Vinod the firm in As an apprentice and Rose through the ranks to positions of department Branch Plant manager manager

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