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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 4, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaOur 47th year no. 155 the Only daily paper published in Eastern South Carolina Florence s. C., thursday morning june 4, 1970 daily inc sunday 15e 8-cent letter stamp unlikely Blount House okays debt ceiling boost postmaster general Blount concedes that approval of an 8-cent letter stamp May be doomed in this session of Congress. See Page 7b. I Matthew j. Perry an attorney from Columbia challenged 295 Wilson High graduates Here wednesday night to prove you Haven t wasted your see Page 2a. Children were victims of renewed heavy gunfire in the Middle East. See Page 8d. Index classified 40 comics 7d deaths 2a editorials 4a Horoscope 7d markets 3d sports in women 6a Washington a the House voted 236 to 127 wednes Day to approve president Nix on s request for billion additional Boi towing authority. Efforts to impose a limit on spending for the Indochina War the were Defeated. War critics lost twice. The House turned Down 273 to 85, a motion that would have opened the Way for an amendment re Quiring a billion defense i on the Public debt from Bil spending Cut. Lion to billion. Unless con Gress acts the ceiling is sched then the Antiwar forces urged _ 10 outright defeat of the Bill. The losing vote on this Issue reflect that used to drop july 1 to Bil lion about billion under the actual debt de not Only their strength but _. The steady opposition of some the administration request fiscal conservatives in both ties to creases. Now on its Way to the Senate the Bill would raise the ceiling any debt ceiling in it its estimates spending will exceed revenues by billion for the year end ing june 30 and billion the following year. But in these estimates operating deficits Are partly masked by surpluses available for Bor rowing in Security and other Trust it Ltd s. Moreover the estimates assume congressional passage of All of proposals some Are Controvert ing could run As High As he said the Cost of the indo billion this year and billion China War was kept secret from next Congress and contended that the War Issue dominated de a congressional impotence to Bate. Control military spending has been rep., Charles w. Vanik d Ohio who sought to offer the billion defense spending Cut told the House the administration s borrowing request has congressional staff estimates Are that the effective Federal j enough leeway to fund several funds deficit requiring borrow a More incursions rep. Donald m. Fraser d minn., argued the Bill should be Defeated to impress on the president the need to move More rapidly toward disengage ment in Southeast weather partly Cloudy and not much change in temperatures through Friday. Chance of afternoon showers. Highs in 80s Low 60. Details Page 3a. Nations political spotlight focused on Wallace Unruh by the associated press George c. Wallace has Recap tured. Alabama s governorship As his base for National political Power and California democrats have picked Jess Unruh Long one of the most powerful state lawmakers to try and in seat gov. Ronald Reagan on nov. 3. Wallace after defeating incumbent gov. Albert Brewer Day of primaries in eight his Runoff Vic tory is a warning to president Nixon from the people of the South to halt Federal interference with Southern schools. The former governor who polled nearly 10 million votes As third party candidate for presi Dent in 1968, said he has no National political plans at this to he said his nomination As democratic governor will candidate Lessen chances of me being involved presidential Cam in another pain. Wallace said he will speak for Alabama and our Region to restore Freedom of Choice in school desegregation. With almost Complete returns in Wallace had votes to Brewer s that was 51.51 per cent Over 48.49 per cent. Brewer led Wallace in the May 5 primary but failed to win a majority thus setting up the Runoff. Wallace hit hard at what he called negro bloc voting for his poor showing then. After the Runoff Brewer said he knew All along he could t win if race and a hate Campaign became the main Issue. Asserting it did become the main Issue he called it the dirtiest Campaign i be Ever seen in Unruh 47, a Texas sharecropper s son who was speaker of the California Assembly from 1961 until the republicans took cambodian objectives achieved Nixon says de an even More ardent critic of . Policy 50-year-old rep. George e. Brownjr. Murphy overcame a Challenge by millionaire industrialist nor ton Simon for the Republican nomination. With 84 per cent of the state s precincts counted the Semi official tally in the gubernatorial and Senate races was Unruh Yorty Reagan Murphy Simon. Tunney i Brown California was the scene of the defeat of an incumbent con Gressman rep. Jeffrey Cohe Lan 55, a six term Veteran who was beaten by Ronald v. Del Luis 34-year-old negro City councilman in Berkeley. The major upset tuesday was the failure of new Mexico s re publican gov. David Ca-v-3 win his party s nomination to face democratic sen. Joseph m. Montoya. That gop primary was won by Anderson Carter a conservative rancher and Oil Man. Montoya won democratic re nomination Over former state rep. Richard Edwards. In addition to Murphy and Montoya three other senators All democrats won re Nomina Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana John c. Stennis of Mississippi and har Rison a. Williams or. Of new Jersey. Montoya and Williams he s last clutching fistfuls of Dollar Bills and hoisted on top of his classmates is this year s Anchor Man at the u. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis the Man who finished last in his class of 830. He is mid Shipman Preston g. Rusch of White Sulphur Springs w. A. Tradition has it that each graduate must give the Anchor Man which will bring him Luck during his Navy career. A another Vietnam pullout planned Washington a president Nixon told the nation wednesday night that All our military objectives in Cambodia have been achieved and that american Fig Hting men will be withdrawn from South Vietnam by oct. 15. He said pared for delivery from in an address pre troops from Vietnam and will live television radio Puii out of the year Long his Oval office that withdrawals have been resumed and also disclosed that More than half the Ameri can troops who entered cambo Dia have already returned to the chief executive added that All air support logistics and advisory be out by the june 30 deadline he fixed a City s Reservoir gives Way 400 persons flee flood in Pensacola Pensacola Fla. A a target i City Reservoir swollen by heavy seats in their Effort to win con rain burst wednesday night j sending nearly two feet of water surging through Pensacola 9 downtown business area and forcing some 400 persons to flee their Homes. Flood Waters Cut off major highways in two rain drenched counties in the Florida Panhandle after six Days of rainfall. Irol of the Senate. Mansfield is favored to win in november against gop Nomi Nee Harold e. A 38 year old Missoula sporting oods Salesman. Stennis faces no Republican opponent in november. New Jersey voters picked two Pensacola recorded seven Inch Senate candidates who oppose is wednesday the . War policy in Indochina an n Williams and for Mer state Republican chairman Geles mayor Sam Yorty. Rea Gan 59, had no gop opposition for renomination. Victory in California s demo cratic primary to oppose sen. George Murphy was won by 35 year old rep. John v. Tunney son of former heavyweight Champion Gene Tunney. He ran on an Antiwar Plank and defeat Nelson g. Gross. Williams 50, easily turned Back a Challenge at least 400 persons were taken to an. Emergency Center in Pensacola after police ordered evacuation of an area 20 blocks by the Hudson county Organiza Long and three blocks wide. Tion to beat Frank j. Guarini Jar a state senator by a 2-1 margin. Gross won the Republican nomination by a slightly higher margin Over his closest challenger political Novice James a. Quaremba. Flood Waters near the Reser voir on Pensacola s Northern Edge climbed As High As five feet up the Walls of some Homes. Pensacola policemen Man Ning boats to Aid stricken Resi in Pensacola an emergency dents swam into some Homes to i shelter was set up at the head Rescue stranded children and adults. Quarters of the United service organization us to provide police capt. Raymond Harper and care for the said the evacuation order came shortly before the Reservoir s Walls made of Sand bags and reinforced with patches of con Crete burst in two places. It turned Loose a million Gal Lons of can t even estimate How bad it was. It was up to a foot and a half on the store buildings Down on main Street 20 blocks Harper said. Escambia county sheriff s it. Don Nesmith said rain and swollen streams had blocked some highways in his own county and adjoining Santa Rosa county. Flood closed highways included heavily travelled . 29 North of Pensacola and inter state 10. Some of the people refused to leave because they did t think it was going to be so bad. We finally got them out and we did t have any injuries what Harper said. At one place four policemen took off their uniforms and swam in to get out 12 people most of them Richard k. Mellon 70, succumbs in Pittsburgh Pittsburgh a Rich Al Days were his wife Constance Ard King Mellon who for More j whom he married in and month ago and that now we can say with Confidence that we will keep our timetable for troop Nixon also acknowledged that his decision to intervene in Cambodia had precipitated a unprecedented Barage of criticism on the Home front and voiced an Appeal for solid sup i port for his policies we have a program for the greater the sup port the administration receives in its efforts the greater the Opportunity to win that just peace we All desire As Long As the War goes on we can expect setbacks and reversals. But following the Suc Cess of this Effort we can say with Confidence that we will keep our timetable objective by oct. 15. To the North vietnamese to night i say again the door to a negotiated peace remains wide open. Every offer we have made at the conference table publicly or privately i herewith reaffirm. We Are ready to negotiate whenever they Are ready to but he added a caution aimed at the enemy however if their answer to our troop withdrawal program and to our offer to negotiate is to increase their attacks in a Way that jeopardizes the safety of our remaining forces in Viet Nam i shall As my action five weeks ago demonstrated take Strong and effective measures to Deal with that while promising the pullout of americans by oct. 15, Nixon still left himself considerable leeway for Man Euver. Were the entire men to be withdrawn at a steady rate the one year period he fixed on april 20, total withdrawals by oct. 15 would have approached the chief executive dealt also then.30 years guided one of the nation s largest family fortunes and built a multimillion Dollar four adopted children. A quiet Man who guarded his Phila trophic system died privacy almost As much As his wednesday afternoon at the age of 70. Death was attributed to Natur Al causes. At his Side in West Penn Hospital Here where he had been hospitalized for sever on april 20, ten Days before Nixon ordered american forces into Cambodia he had announced that an additional american troops would be brought Home from the War zone within a year. Nixon said that As a result of the Success of the cambodian Secretary of de sense Melvin r. Laird has re the preservation sum cd withdrawal of american for troop i with Home front dissension in United by his decision to commit american forces in Cambodia Fortune Mellon spent much of his time giving away millions to Charity. Another of his prime volume i of new commentary Southern baptists vote to eliminate Book Denver Colo. Assisted that the volume followed decision will make it much Southern baptists in an unprecedented action of censorship told their publishing Agency wednesday to suppress volume i sound principles of exposition. He said baptists traditionally Don t believe in coercing be Lief. Let god judge not in a tumultuous session of about messengers from local churches the scholarly work was denounced As a de Nial of the word of a pernicious attack on biblical infallibility in conflict with most Southern Baptist beliefs. Trying to defend it the Rev. Or. Horschel h. Hobbs of okla homa City was confronted with hoots and shouts of you can holler me Down but you cannot holler Down the truth i am speaking he said. He in More difficult to take a sound scholarly in production of the projected 12-volume set vast majority of Southern Baptist pastors and among other things he of the mass meeting j voted to ask the sunday school Board s Broadman press Toj eliminate the Book and have it rewritten in consideration of the conservative floor demands brought a on the Issue and while the results were not to be announced until later the count was reported unofficially at 5 to 1 for stamping out the Book. The 11.5-million-Mcmber de nomination is the nation s larg est. Proc stand body. The Rev. Or. James l. Sulli Van head of the Board said the it will be difficult to secure competent writers for he said. Work on it has gone on for More than a decade. Four vol Umes have been issued so far with an estimated of them in circulation at a Price of per volume. The project was scheduled for completion in 1972. The motion for killing volume i dealing with the books of Gen Esis and exodus was made by the Rev. Gwin Turner of los Angeles it called the work out of Harmony with the beliefs of a Sis regarding the Early books of the old testament holding that parts were produced by various authors rather than Moses alone and that they were later compiled. This thesis is commonly held among modern biblical schol ars. The Rev. Or. Turner also complained about a Section Sug gusting that Abraham did actually get orders from god to sacrifice his son Isaac. Complaints also were voiced that the Book questioned whether the flood of Noah s time actually covered the whole Earth at a depth of five Miles and offered explanations of Adam and eve As representative or sym Bolic of human beginnings rather than historical individuals. The Rev. Or. Cliflon j. Allen the commentary s general Edi Tor called it a work of responsible objective biblical scholar including a variety of views about different passages without trying to impose any single View. Terming the decision to kill the volume tragic and heart-1 the Kev. Charles Trentham a Knoxville tcnn., pastor and Dean of the school of religion at the University of Tennessee said it would make the project a laughing Stock to students. Concerns was of Man s environment. The body will lie in slate at the United presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh s East Liberty Section from 10 . Thursday until noon Friday. Burial will be at 2 . Friday at Huntland Downs on his famed estate in Ligonier 50 Miles East of Pitts Burgh. Mellon spent most of his life in. And near Pittsburgh pouring millions into the steel City s education scientific civic and conservation activities. There Are no figures on How much the charities total one estimate is million. Typically there Are no Public figures on the Mellon Fortune. But Fortune Magazine once Esti mated it at billion. That would make them Richer than the Rockefeller and probably Only exceeded by .1. Paul Gully. The bulk of motion s philanthropy was directed through the . Mellon foundation through which million have ctn distributed since 1947. The largest of the family trusts the foundation is directed toward research and educations. But insisted our differences Are Over the Best Means to achieve a just he said that As president i have a responsibility to listen to those in this country who disa Gree with my policies but also Bear a solemn obligation to make the hard decisions which i find Are necessary to protect the lives of the Young Ameri cans remaining in executive s gone with the wind Phoenix Ariz. A traffic Jam and at least one the president of a nationwide business stood above this City s busiest Street tuesday and threw out the win Dow. . Shoen president of Amer co systems was Only making a Point to his lop executives. I wanted them to realize that throwing Cali away by throwing it into the Street is no different than throwing Money away by spending it on something thai does t do anything but make the executive feel he explained. The Money in Bills ranging from to fluttered from the Lith floor onto cent ral Avenue causing a a roof fight among those w h o stopped to pick it up. Amer co systems owns u haul co., a a rents and other firms. Shoen said tape recordings of the session were being sent to 250 Amer co executives throughout the United states and Canada. It was my own personal Afler taxes he added. I was trying to change Ioir attitude about spending Money. I had t been Able to do it by sending them bulletins or by talking to Shoen said. I thought throwing the Money away might at least get their

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