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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaPage 10-a the Florence mokx1ng Florence s. C. Thursday Slor Xung. July 18. 195v Bulgaria fires Deputy Premier from High Post Vienna july 17 followed the purge example o Russia one step farther today am fired a first Deputy Premier who was ousted yesterday from Higl Colin Junist party posts. Radio Sofia said Georgi Tasiv Kov was replaced on order of Hie presidium of the bulgarian National Assembly. His successor is Raiko Damianov a minister of Trade and member of lie party s politburo and Central committee. Stankov s removal from the politburo and Central committee for ant parly activities was air nuanced yesterday by radio so Fin. It also reported that Dobri Tercel she and former Gen. Jan in Panov had been purged from tic Central committee Bulgaria s press and radio launched a Campaign of denunciation against the three today. It was presumed that Ter Petshek minister of labor would also lose his government Post. Panov apparently had no Job in the present government. The pattern of removal first from party jobs and then from government posts was set in mos cow by the recent expulsion of Georgi Malenkos v. M. A Sololov and their allies. In the first Sim Ilar purge in the satellites in to mania that pattern also was Fol Lowed. Two bulgarian Central commit tee secretaries also wre fired with the three leaders. The three were branded As antipathy ele ments who should be banished. On screaming hotel Brawl president of Bakers Union refuses to Tak e lie tests Washington july 17 w junes Cross president of the Bakers Union declined today to mulch lie Detector tests with a White haired woman who swore he Liu St into a hotel room and beat Ier. Cross has denied the Wom an s Story under oath. After hearing Cross reject the imposed Lesl. Chairman Mcclel Ian dark directed that their reconcilable conflict of testimony e referred to the Justice depart ment. He said ire did this to the that the guilty might be prosecuted for under oath. With this the committee closed to Public investigation of the linkers Union. Cross testified earlier today he mingled Union Noney and some in his own in a special Bank a the committee challenged Lim when he swore the in Inion funds had been fully accounted for. The Union chief also spurned a committee suggestion that he Call special Union convention to pass Pon his stewardship. The next Gular convention will be in 1901. Cross lawyer Abraham Harris old he had no Aith in lie Detector tests and lad advised Cross not to take one. I always accept the advice of in Cross said. The tests had been proposed husband in a san Francisco hotel textile probe told officials misused funds Washington. July 17 10 a real estate Man told the Senate rackets committee today hint the president and Secretary treasurer of the United textile workers in Moi Tisci in Union funds to buy themselves costly suburban Illume. The Story was told shortly after the committee disclose thai Al president George Meany will for steel and trucking Baker Union president James c. Cross tells probes lie Detector test is out j chairman Mcclellan dark i said the committee hns a report thai Valente and Klenert rim nursed the Union after their action had Hern discovered by George Meany. Hen Secretary treasurer of the tic senator said the committee May be Able to show that in Rais ing Money for repayment. Valente and Klenert approached officers of companies that have contracts with their Mcclellan said also the com Mittee will Check into whether Klenert used More than of Union Money to make personal purchases for himself. I family and friends. Quigley was the first witness As i the committee began a pubic investigation of Ute affairs. British labor leaders agree to Industry re nationalization Tom och1i.tree Londo july 17 British labor party leaders reaffirmed to Day heir belief in government ownership of Industry bul com milled themselves specifically Only to if the steel ant1 trucking industries. They Rome up with a formula Bejel to Many interpretations. Under it the party reserves the right to extend Public ownership n any Industry or part of Industry which after thorough inquiry is found to be seriously failing the the leaders clearly want in avoid a factional fight on nation Liz lion at their annual Congress in Brighton from sell. 30 to oct. 4. For this is a subject which has Orn the parly for years. Labor Node rates have cooled to the Ideal government ownership pro hat kites a certain Road to vast social . The left wins Oij he other hand regards National nation As the party s Central pose. The policy slate men was made in a pamphlet titled Industry and study group that included Purlin Ine Nuiry Leader Hugh Guild kill. Moderate and Aneurin Sevan the left Wing spokesman. V i a second pamphlet Public in reviewed the results of the nationalization of such Basic industries As Coal electricity has and the railways which labor put in Force during its period or fran 1945 to 1951. Together the pamphlets will for i Hie Core of the Brighton of meetings discussion. Their main outlines Are expected to receive approval from the delegates. Labor began nationalizing the Highway transport and steel industries toward the end of its tenure of office. When the con returned to Power in they handed these two Indus tries Back to private ownership bul kept tiie others nationalized. The Laberite leaders declared the industries already nationalized have made impressive records particularly in the technical Field but it would be foolish to deny j 1 the need for the la Borics also came up with the View that in Large Pri vate Inton series a new managerial cask carries out. The function once handled by the owners. While the shareholders have Little India Gemeyl responsibility any More the policy statement said they receive dividends which account for much of the inequality of wealth in British society. Own downfall Genoa. July 17 i tire tug Orfice was capsize re by its own Tow rope and Sank in the Harbor this week while trying to help Lini i it Pim ii Ililau her pier the rope Gol under the tug s keel and when the liner suddenly pulled away Over it went. The five Crew men were saved. Painting the House 1 get a loan from us to spread out the expense guaranty Bank and Trust co main office1 w. Evans St. Drive in Branch 2g8 w. Evans St. Member Federal Deposit insurance corp. Esterday by a lawyer for mrs. Illian Ehrlich of the Bronx. . Of the president of a Bakers Nion local in new York. Mrs. Ehrlich testified tha Ross kicked her and slugged Sci mile Jaunt enough for Young Cycle Fedaler m1lford, conn., july 17 John Wilkinson jr., 14, peddled into Lillford today and said no More biking for a he d been on the Road a month mid three june and had covered an estimated 600 Miles since leaving his Par Home in los Angeles. He came Here to visit his grand parents Jar. And mrs. Charles Wilkinson but he was in town Al most an hour before he saw them. His arrival was flashed by radio from a police patrol car that met him on the outskirts. The officers asked him if he d mind rid ing with them to Headquarters where newsmen were waiting for him. Said the eco modal org lad. The 3.600 mile distance for the journey is John s estimate. He had a mileage indicator on his Bike but it broke Down while he was crossing the a Mojave desert. His last night on the Road was spent in a Field about 10 Miles from Peekskill. N. A. 70 Miles West of Here. The boy is an experienced camper. He kept in touch with his parents and grandparents by Tele phone from time to time during the trip. The boy gained two Strong impressions from his trip 1. Folks in the Middle West Are More Friendly than elsewhere in the country. 2. Bicycling in the East is far worse than in the West. Crossing the Rockies was easy compared with the Steep grades he encountered in West Virginia and Mary land. Room last Tail. She said Cross am some associates burst into the room Early in the morning. Cross denied to the committee. That he was even in the hotel loom. The Ehrlich had gone to san Francisco for a Union convention at which Ehrlich opposed re elec Tion of crass. It was committee counsel Rob Ert f. Kennedy who suggested to Cross a special Union convention now. Cross replied would vote exactly the same As the Union executive Board which last Spring rejected charges that he had mis used Union funds. Cross said a convention would j do no Good and would Cost the Nion several Hundred thousand dollars. Mcclellan said that unless a convention is held there will be 3 lingering Large suspicion that the integrity of the leadership of his Union is not what it should Kennedy said Cross controls lie executive Board and has Given Union members Only false impressions of what was happening o the Union. Bax says we give Green Bax Stam instant sirloin Tbone round in. 57c local producer eggs 3 Doz. Swift Western beef Boneless Stew beef jibs. Rib brisket Stew in. 19c Hub Steak Chuck roast in. 29c Swift Premium fully cooked picnics in. 37 c in. 39c tru Way bleach 15c 4 ibs ground beef All meat bologna.29c Pillsbury butter biscuits 2 for 25c Sta Flo liquid starch 2 for 29c okra in. 19c butter Beans 3 ibs 29c in 5c fresh Home grown tomatoes Rodacy All meat Franks 33clb. Armour s pure lard 3 ibs. 69c Donald Duck Orange juice 2 cans 29c Monogram Long Grain Rice 39c in. Max Well House Coffee 19 Donald Duck Long Grain Armour s 3-lb. Can Kis a own Kunu Runnin in Muon 9 Jiu. Tan Rice 3 ibs. 39c vegetable shortening 69 open ail Day wednesday Cash and carry Gro 912 East Palmetto Street lbs Ugar with grocery order 39 Blue Bonnett Leo la. Easy monday bleach -25 top Quality turkeys la. Swift s Premium Bacon in 69 Swift s Premium fryers 39c local butter Beans Lemons Doz. 25c local boiling peanuts in 25c local Crowde peas Loc Grade a shipped pee wee egg Doz. 49c big c pure Coffee in. 59c All purpose detergent surf 25c regular size Robert Vanilla in. Pkg. Wafers 29c fresh ground beef g lbs. S1 00 rib and brisket Stew 5 ibs. N dutch maid sliced user Marke Bologna lb39c the store where friends meet we Reserve right to limit quantities prices Good through saturday july 20th, open All Day wednesday

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