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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 19, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaOur 47th year no. 200 the Only daily paper published in Eastern South Carolina Florence s. C., sunday morning july 19, 1970 daily Loc sunday lie Karl Wallenda defies Rocky Gorge Tallulah Falls a. A pausing to stand on his head twice famed aerialist Karl Wallenda inched his Way across an Cable saturday High above the floor of Neky Tallulah Gorge. T As he stepped Down from the 17-minute walk some 700 feet above the Gorge Bottom Wallenda said i was talking to a crowd Estimo de at watched As the smiling 65-year old circus Star made his Way across the Cable. Gov. Lester Maddox of Georgia was among those watching. If i did t have god in my said Wahe Iida i would t have made he claimed a world stun record for the walk but the guinness Book of world records says a wire walk of feet was once per formed in Monte Carlo. Wallenda who a Bright purple and Gold costume said he made the walk to do better anybody the stunt Iso was staged to publicise the a building of a Large Amphitheater 2 Ong the rim of the Gorge. Mrs. Helen Wallenda the adalist s wife appeared close to tears As she on a platform to speak to newsmen after the walk. I Dit in t know if i would be driving Home alone she said. I m going to say a lot of prayers being tense prior to the walk but said he was confident it could make it. Wallenda stepped a Large and onto the net in two fifth thick ctji.-. He paused at beginning weather Contro emerge before we have Complete information and knowledge about their consequences or have the Means to handle these control could substitute a shot per year for a per uses of Ocean May expand require restrictions on some current uses such As using the seas As the ultimate sink for waste disposal. Cultivation of the oceans May become As significant in dec Ade ahead As land cultivation has been in the past. Develop ments might result in shifting much of he educational process outside of traditional schools and colleges. This might bring about a great Cut in College Cost and at the same time raise the Quality of courses by combining lectures with graphics and Pic two held in s laying ch1cag.o _. An .18year old youth and a 14-year-ol. Boy were charged saturday with the sniper slaying of two Community relations policemen. The youths Are in custody. Police also said they have is sued warrants for two other youths also on murder charges police it. John Glas said the shootings took place during belated Story on Page 8a party Friday night held to Cele brate a peace Between two Street gangs the Blacks and the he said the shots were fire from a sixth floor apartment bathroom in a High Rise Public housing building As the two policemen walked across a base Ball Diamond below. The snipers stood on a Bathtub to get a bet Ter View Glas said. Police declined to name the 14-year-old, because of his age but identified the other youth charged As Sidney Bennett 18. The did not name the others Leing sought. Fall from car fatal to child Dillon a four year old Dillon area girl was killed near Lere saturday evening when Rusty which she fell through the floorboard of a car in she was Riding g Palm. E. H. Moore identified he victim As Anita sue Hayes daughter of mrs. Anita h Hayes of a. 3, Dillon. The Highway patrolman said he floorboard of the car owned by Ronnie Blakemon of con Dova n. C., and driven by mrs. Hayes was muted out. The Only passengers besides mrs. Hayes and the girl were another Hayes child and mrs. Blakemon. They wer not injured. Palm. Moore said the girl was dead on arrival at St. Eugene Hospital in Dillon. The investigation is continuing he said. . Air Force c130 car planes began Landing there anti . Army engineers finish filling in Shell craters an past week Ham due 55 Mil of old aircraft and other Debr left on the Airstrip since Kha due was abandoned in a 1968. Until the american and sout vietnamese return within the past week Khom due 55 mile Southwest of Danang has Bee deserted. The Camp was overrun in 196 in the culmination of a siege b some troops of the Nort vietnamese 2nd division an hundreds of soldiers and thei dependents were rescued in on of the most harrowing evacuation efforts of the Vietnam War in the evacuation nine aircraft were shot Down. Military sources said the a opening of Kham due was expected to be a one shot Deal rather than establishment of permanent base. The objective of the operation according to sources at Bam due. Is the destruction of Rea base areas of the North Viet namese 2nd division. This in i Sion still operates with relative Freedom n the mountains in the area. By there hav been Mountin indications that some of Thi South vietnamese troop put into the Region in the Pas several Days Inay ultimately launch a drive across the rugged Jungle Border into lao. If this happens informants say Kham due s location would make it a logic no staging the Camp and Airstrip Are about 100 Miles East of he pro Ian Panhandle City of Saravane the City fell to the North Viet namese several months ago when they were believed to be establishing new North South Supply routes along these Kong liver that roughly parallels the to Chi Minh Trail. The Trail network itself is just beyond the Border and almost within artillery Range of Kham due. The americans involved in he Kham due operation Are mostly in support no some who were transferred n for temporary assignment rom other parts of South Viet am. The . Personnel Are marines and 500 army support rooms. It was not expected that . Combat forces would accompany any South vietnamese foray into Laos. The americans and South vietnamese moved Back into Kham due by helicopter and encountered Only Light sniper fire sen. E. N. Nick Zeigler has come to the defense of it. Gov. John West charged recently by Republican party chairman Ray Harris with conspiring to turn desegregation violence at la mar into a second Little see Page 8c. Weather partly Cloudy through tomorrow with a Chance of thundershowers. High today mid 90s Low tonight Low 70s High tomorrow mid 90s. De tails on Page 8c. Index arts 8-d building 7c business 6a classified 3d deaths 2a features id Gall. Poll 5a sports 1c women in Nixon to offer new peace proposals for Paris talks Washington presi Dent Nixon will meet of vietnamese strategists this week to fresh peace proposals for. His Row negotiator ambassador David to offer in the Nixon s advisers visualize i manned Man Euver As a test communist negotiating inti Lions in the aftermath of thei Oss of Supply bases in cambo Dia. Diplomatic officials rate Chance of a favourable response by North Vietnam and the vie Cong As virtually nonexistent. Nixon aides however hat without some such Diplo Matic probe the enemy s re Ponse to such a major military development As the trikes in Cambodia could not in fury determined. Nixon s need to with the pm Hasis of his policy from Mili Ary to diplomatic action also is Onsi hered obvious in View Olie National opposition stirred p by his decision to Send troops Tito Cambodia at the end pril. Bruce 72, a former Amassa or to Britain in the Johnson administration ambassador North Bunker 76, . Envoy South Vietnam and Ambas ador Philip c. Habib 50, who As been acting negotiator Aris Are flying to Washington is weekend for one or More Ratey meetings of the nation Security Council beginning id afternoon tuesday. Tate department officials ave been working for a week 1 More on what they Call nge of options for Nixon s de Sion. But White House inform its indicated that the key prop it ions being polished for presi entail consideration Deal with possibility of giving with their military a voice in the in provinces of South of political Power in where they Are Domi As. A Means of elections officials Here War to could also reflect this com Power in the National Way. To do this gov eminent. 1 Nix Oji and Secretary William p. Rogers the difficulty one. Official As a principle of u. Is to find a Way of deter policy would be just How much Power an election communists have and How would assure the translate that into terms of of political positions he ise or in by Aviv a canal and to weaken plane was defences along the during a egyptian missile israelis say the network the Suez canal. It was sam2 missiles design loss admitted by to bring Down High flying it spotted a and the More of soviet Sam Lis built to is within 15 Miles of the Low Altitude planes. Lost iwo pianos to military command said he Jet not identified was misses on Lune 30, the during a midday the network was the missile network in and a third on july sector of the canal. Foreign sources said All crewmen were seen were .-built phantom Over egyptian s o i 1 bombers outstanding n in Israel s air Force. Planes were has admitted the loss by missiles 25 planes to the arabs since against the Sites june 1967 Middle East War. Military did not Aviv claims Israel has the fourth was Down 133 Arab aircraft s a the same period 105 to Egypt. Says Egypt set up network of israeli planes month with help Arab guerrilla Posi military advisers in in Lebanon and Jordan to cancel out got Home safely the superiority Over the command said. All Irish catholics protestants fight like believing in leprechauns by Jerry l. Allegood morning news staff writer people in the United states May be developing another myth about the country of Ireland. For according to one irishman visiting the pee Dee the idea that All roman catholics and protestants in the Island country Are fiercely bailing each other has As much believability As the existence of leprechauns. The item. Thomas s. Kern a Presb Tyrian minister from Belfast Ireland is visiting in the Mars Bluff Community with relatives for a few Days and he casts a different Light onto the reports of conflict Between the two religious groups in his Home City. According to the Rev. Or. Reid Belfast is a City of half a million people and the riots involve less than five per cent of the population. Further he says the rioters Are not religious the Rev. Or. Reid explains that the problem is a political rather than religious one. And if there Are designations then the rioters should be called political protestants and political in the minister s View. He said catholics and protestants live together peacefully in other parts of the City and country and he describes the relationship As a country Village Type at the Rev. Or. Reid said he personally feels the trouble is being stirred up by communists. His Church is located in the Gilnahirk District which is a suburb of Belfast. Although the impression might be taken that the disorders Are widespread he says that Many times riots have occurred and he and his family did not know of them until the next Day. The riots have effected the established churches in one Way because Many evening services in the riot District have been cancelled. He said Overall however the churches have not been affected. Perhaps the greatest Impact of the conflict comes in the attitude of youth toward religion in general. He said the riots have turned some youth away from the Church because they feel established religion has been a bad fac Tor in Ireland. This is because politicians have always tried to use religion to their own the Rev. Or. Reid explains. This is the first trip to the United states for the Rev. Or. Reid and his family. The visit came about after an arrangement with a Canadian minister where the two would Exchange churches for a few weeks during the summer. Mrs. Clayton Hudson of the Mars Bluff Community is mrs. Reid s aunt so they came South for a visit. The Rev. Or. Reid said he likes the pee Dee but adds if it was 10 degrees cooler i would like it he explained that in Ireland if it gets to 75 it s a heat the Rev. Or. Reid describes his Church in the Gilnahirk District As a Church of400 families or people of All Ages. It has been at its present site since 1750, the Rev. Or. Reid says noting that the first Church in Ireland was established in while Church services in Ireland and the United states Are basically the same Many other factors of life Are not. He said people in the u. S. Take Many things for granted that would be considered a luxury in his country. As sex Sec in Tosh Page. 2a Elolf photo by Johnny Bill isl Rev. And mrs. Thomas Reid pose with children Gavin and Karen Rev. Reid says Ireland unrest is not caused by religious Peoples

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