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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaMcmillan takes Issue with census figures Conway . Rep. John i running on his record and con l. Mcmillan of Florence his Challenge to other far nitty drum sunday june 7, to 3-a Issue with the census Bureau s preliminary population figures for the sixth District Here saturday. Speaking before a stump candidates to produce their past records of Public service. He said none of them have indicated they have Ever held Public elective office in the meeting audience Mcmillan in state. Mcmillan is now in his dictated he did not believe the j 32nd year in Congress he figures released last week were Correct. He said population figures showing a decrease in the District have not become said he will continue to give at Tention to the personal needs of people in the District. He also said he is confident he will be i official yet and will not returned to Congress. Become official until january 1971." the congressman being challenged by three opponents in tuesday s democratic part primary did not elaborate on what action is and he plans challengers or. Claude Stephens of Kingstree Olin Sansbury of Darlington and Bill Crai of Hartsville were also on the program. Thev continued to Challenge Mcmillan s effectiveness in of about the census count. Preu Minard showed that the District has lost More. His candid ave. Charging that than Neon e Over the past i the sixth District congressional fice. Craig called for support of 10 years declining from 394.30k in i960 to the present Mcmillan repeated that he is Mike Spears president of us students body carries University Mace largest commencement exercises in school s history was saturday Over get degress at us Columbia a the harming an but or. A consulting firm Deli Hersity of South Carolina graduated the largest class in the of the s kind by illicit confrontation unless the substantial a school s history More than Jority of the University indicates students saturday. Us president Thomas f. Jones commented on the recent disturbances on the Campus be fore introducing the main speaker Frank r. Barnett. Or. Jones said a very Small group of people Are capable of ers Are entitled to due process under the Law. In Advance by peaceful Means is Ana remain a again insisted students and oth-1 ered the main address to the that it will not tolerate such in the president of the state s largest University reiterated his Law and order stand stating the University cannot be and is not now a Sanctuary for the student from Oregon is top Honor graduate Columbia Randolph Steven Capri a psychology a among h o n o r a y doctorate degrees awarded was an . Jor from Portland ore., was to Robger r Coker of recognized saturday As the top Hartsville Honor graduate at tile University of South Carolina. Capri who on Friday was an Ensign in student enrolment applications for m Francis Marion College Are coming in at a rate commissioned As an Ensign in 4? cent ahead of the . Navy received a Bach for admission to the Elor of science degree Magna University South Carolina at Florence on the same Date last year according to Marvin cum laude in saturday s commencement exercises. The second Honor graduate Rich Forrest Nance a his tory major from Charleston Heights and third was Erroll Eugene Collins of Conway. Col wins was a mathematics major. Both were graduated Magna Lynch admissions director. A summary of applications released saturday by the admissions office showed 445 had been received by june 5. The cum laude also which Means figure for the same Date last year was 302. Most of the Al firm policy of the he said. The administrator did say that peaceful and gradual change at this University As Well As in this state and nation is inevitable. An attempt to effect instant change by confrontation can Only polarize and negate All efforts by noted. Sincere he crowd that gathered in Carolina coliseum. He warned the students and audience of the internal and sex Ceat has been misused. He said he seat should be returned to the District to be used for All of the Neonile of the District. Craig charged that Mcmillan sounds the bulk of his time As serving the needs of the City of Washington As chairman of the House District committee. Sansbury continued his theme of producing a better Quality of Ife for people of the District. He said the District needs a congressman who will stand up j in Congress and express Opi morning news publisher j. M. O Dowd signs newsprint contract looking on is Wickliff b. Moore of Price paper co., of new York Temal threats to democracy. Jons on Suci important items the external threat he said existed from communist and the soviet but the internal threat stems from overheated rhetoric which morning news signs newsprint contract j. M. O Dowd president and estimated As the amount need of the Florence morn de for publishing the Florence Mcmillan s seniority saying i ing news has signed a con morning news for one year. As education environment War and taxes. That seniority Means nothing could polarize our membership when it is not used proper into either the Law and order faction or the civil rights and welfare he said. Barnett the 48-year-old presi Dent of the National. Strategy information Center of new York Lew robbery charges filed one dismissed two Florence men have been formally charged with the armed robbery of a taxi cab Driver while a third person previously arrested for the offence has been released according to police sources saturday. L. C. The charges against their Grade Point ratios exceed plications Are for the freshman Witherspoon 25, of de 3.75 out of a possible 4.00. A class who was arrested 4.00 Means the student made All based on present applications been dismissed. A s during his College career. And the number of this years Witherspoon had formally i the University also awarded freshman and so charged with allegedly where. Data from . Weather Bumbau Mesa 80 the contract was sized Fri with chairman Wickliff of the b. Moore Board of forecast show High expected for Doy time sunday directors of Price paper co., at a Cost of per ton. It is the largest newsprint contract Ever entered into by Florence morning news. O Dowd recalls that his first Purchase from the Price firm then known As Montmorenci paper co., was on the open Market in 1938 for per ton. His first contract with the firm was in 1940 for 75 tons at ?54 per ton. From year to year he said the contract tonnage been increased to match newspaper s growth. Indicating that growth the new contract is 16 times larger than the first in 1940. During the same time the per ton Cost has almost tripled. Last year s contract with the Price company was for 750 tons or 350 tons less than the contract signed Friday. Indicated Cen Wilf Loeola font att forecast showers Are due today along the coast of the Pacific Northwest Rocky Mountain Region and coastal portions of the Carolines. Rain is expected Over Northern Maine. It will be Cool in North new Engllind and generally warm else 20 doctor of philosophy degrees i students who plan to return and robbing Leo Juris doctor degrees i next year College officials an j Lynch a yellow cab co. The largest number of degrees tic Pate that Francis Marion s or ver on the Merit of May 30. Eve r bestowed upon a single 1970-71 enrolment will be. Florence police detective it. Class by the us Law school. Between 700 and 800 students j said however that magistrate has withdrawn Assai h and robbery charge Aga not Witherspoon based on i reasons of insufficient evidence to link him with the pee Dee weather fair and mild forecast elect b. Hicks Harwell probate judge the Man who knows Law paid for by veterans and Jaycee friends William e. Bill Stallworth and e. L. Mike Mikell co chairman for free ride to poll phone 662-6301 alleged robbery. But another warrant has been issued Listin two other persons who Are in custody in the county jail As suspects in the robbery. The warrant identifies them As Robert Seigler 25, and j. W. Vereen 18, both of Florence. On Tho night of May 30. Lunch said he gunpoint to was forced at drive two passengers to a secluded spot on North Mcqueen Street according to police records. Lynch told police investigators that he was shot in the upper Section of his neck then robbed of about Cash and a Check. Spieler and Vereen Are Beins held in the county jail in lieu of Bonds which set saturday. Not been re elect Venters to House of ode Venters representatives businessman capable experienced dependable re elect an experienced Man who is interested in Florence county s growth educational needs there is no substitute for experience paid for by Japo. Jami Mecall chairman generally fair and mild is i the pee Dee forecast for today a . Weather by report said last night. Highs today will be in the lower 80s and the Low tonight will be in the 50s. Tomorrow s Outlook Calls for about the same weather conditions. A Large High pressure area is expected to become stationary Over the. Southeast states by this evening. This will cause partly Cloudy skies with Cool nights and warm afternoons for the remainder of the weekend in the pee Dee. Weather into Marion for tie 24-Tiour period ending 8 . Yesterday. Temperatures highest a Normal High 89 lowest 65 Normal Low 66 mean mean 79 precipatat10n yesterday none this month .30 total for year 14.08 Normal for month Sun Moon today Sunrise . Sunset . Moonrise . Moonset . Tides tides later than Myrtle Beach and Ocean drive. Georgetown Light add 45 minutes Murrells Inlet and cordon City add 35 minutes Charleston add 30 minutes Row Leys Island add 20 minutes. Myrtle Bench Oceon drive tides . . Sunday High tuesday High june 9 Low june 7 Low monday High june 8 Low wednesday High june 10 Low thursday High june 11 Low Friday High saturday High june 13 Low june 12 Low sunday High june 14 Low River bulletin station Flo stg Date Hgt Cage rec Camden 23 5 3.5 0.0 .05 Cheraw 30 5 4.0 0.0 .08 Convoy 7 5 2.3 0.4 .52 eff Longhom 14 5 3.0 0.1 0 Kingstree 12 5 2.8 m0.2 .32 pee Dee 19 5 7.8 0.0 .29 River statement showers Hove occurred Over s c with amounts near the coast. River states will in the Northwest Points to Only Token amounts near he coast. River sages will use slug holy but no flooding will occur unless More Rains fall. Lake Levels Lake Clark Hill _ 327.9 feet about 2 we below full stage. Lake Holwell 659.6 feet about i foot below Normal Pool level. Lake Greenwood 439.5 feet 2 feet below Ful stage Loke Marlon 75.6 feet about 1 foot below full Stag Watson sees financial crisis Darlington . Rep. Albert Republican Par y gubernatorial candidate told i Darlington gathering Friday night that the country is facing a financial crisis. Watson said he nation needs to reduce expenditures to cure its financial ills. Most of our Young Watson said Are patriotic and love this country will have to let the criminal know that we will not tolerate acts of criminal nature. We have to conform with the Lake Moultrie _ 75.6 feet Ivi feet Watson said he believes below full stage. Lake Murray 357.t feet about 3 feet below full stage. Loke Wateree 94.3 feet about feet below full Stoer. The Public school system and that he did Noo want to see it abolished. Hayn swore defends right to be heard Greenville a nowhere does anyone have the right to shout Down a speaker f someone else wants to hear Clement f. Haynsworth chief judge of the 4th circuit court of appeals told a Furman alumni audience saturday. Highlighting the annual luncheon Haynsworth discussed Constitution on the Campus defending rights of students and College administrators under recent court rulings and constitutional provisions. In his Day. The former nominee to the supreme court said no one would Ever haae dreamed that the Constitution would have any bearing on the student and College campuses. Haynsworth said College administrators cannot prohibit Freedom of speech simply because they disagree with what is being said but can adopt a reasonable control of operation such As prohibiting activity from classroom buildings or other properties. Unlike speech he said action another form of expression is not protected by he Constitution and the Fine Ine Between is drawn on the basis of appraisal of conduct. Administrators should be Well informed of student viewpoints and be More precise in rules As veil As fair and firm in their decisions. He noted that Al students Are now entitled to notices of charges with Opportunity to Challenge according to due process of Law. Fairness without firmness will not he said and warned Furman alumni not to blame Furman president Gordon Blackwell for unfavourable occurrences on the Campus. If he does not recognize those rights he could not exercise the firmness which Furman s future 4.28 humidity 8 . 84 2 . 36 8 . 39 churchgoers asked to tax More flooding themselves plagues Romania Vienna a Rivers again spilled Over parts of to mania saturday denying the lard hit country Relief in the worst floods in its history now Asting almost a whole month. One More death at Jarmanes i brought the official toll to 162. The romanian news Agency age pres said torrential Rains in the northeastern provinces caused the siret River in Molda via to splash Over its Banks for the third time inundating Vil Lages and factories in Suc Eava province and causing considerable destruction. Age pres called the situation in Moldavia alarming due to the Rise of other Rivers including the prut and Suc Eava. The Suc Eava. As to the swollen Danube the highwater Rushing toward the Black sea passed the Calabrasi cer Navoda area and reached the big Island of Braila. Except for the area Between Braila and Galati and Between Galati and Tulcsa the Danube receded slightly. Parts of the port installations from Bazinas to Dulcea remained partially or completely flooded. Ann Arbor Mich. A Washtenaw county churchgoers Are being asked to tax them selves per family to supple ment county welfare allow ances. What concerns us is children in need and this is one Way churches can help said the Rev. Richard Preis president of the Washtenaw county Council of churches. Catholic protestant and jew ish churchgoers in More than 200 churches throughout the county were asked to donate under project conscience 1970 in an attempt to make Aid to fam Ilies with dependent children add payments match the in creased Cost of living. The county welfare authority is being asked to match the amount donated by the churches. We be been struggling for the last two years trying to put pressure on uie county govern said Don Haugen director of the social services depart ment of the Washtenaw county Council of churches. So we decided to give Church people a Chance to cast a Dorothy s. Grimley candidate for judge of probate Florence South Carolina to the voters of Florence county i would like to thank you for the Many courtesies extended to me As i have travelled Over your county. Though seeing and talking with As Many of you As possible i have not been Able to see All of you. However i would like to have personally talked with each of you. It has been brought to my attention that some have attempted to misinform you by rumours. One of these rumours is that i am a wealthy person and do not need the Job. This is untrue As most of you know. Prior o my husband s death judge c. Kenneth i was a substitute teacher in your Public schools. Serv ing you As judge of probate is vital to me As a source of income As Well As fulfilling a Strong desire to serve the people of Florence county. The Campaign has been difficult for me. I have had the double responsibility of getting out and seeing the voters and also attending to the duties of my office. When my appointed term ends i will have been judge of probate for almost two years. I am running on my record of full time service and my experience and qualifications to serve As judge of probate for Florence county. With this in mind i respectively As for your support of my candidacy. I would deeply appreciate your vote on june 9th. Sincerely paid political advertisement by Dorothy s. Grimsley

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