Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Jun 18 1970, Page 17

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 18, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaGibson Aims to construct new Newark Newark . Ken Neth a. Gibson started Early on his first Day As Newark s newly elected negro mayor to build a new City out of what has be come a Symbol of Urban decay. It s going to be a Tough Job for four the 38-year-old civil Engineer a negro told a news conference wednesday As he ban planning his new administration. He Start work at 7 . The new administration takes Over july 1 a City Hall dominated for the past eight years by Hugh .1. Addonizio the incumbent Gibson Defeated. Addonizio on trial in Trenton on Federal extortion and conspiracy charges said he was seeking a meeting with Gibson to plan an orderly transition and to try to head off racial Vio lence.1 Addonizio mayor when racial rioting took 26 lives Here in 1967, said he saw a lot of polarize lion during the Campaign which culminated tuesday in Gibson s Victory. Gibson said my aspiration is message to president Nixon in his election but that he would be seeking More state and fed Crai Aid. He said he had talked already with Republican gov. William t. Cahill. It s a question of priorities he said. Are the cities of the country As important As flights to the Gibson said my aspiration is to really begin to build a new he listed crime taxes and City services As key problems and problems common to All areas Black and White. The turnout of new Ark s voters was a record and the highest percent age to vote since Newark adopted mayor Council government in 1954. Gibson received votes and his supporters said he won up to 25 per cent in some districts by overwhelming mar gins. In two White districts where Gibson got Only 45 votes in the first election May 12, he won 245 of the total cast there. Ont of two Young White me who played key roles in the Gib son Campaign press Secretary Dennis Sullivan 21, termed the Campaign a new kind of poli not bound by tradition. Jiul Livan said he and Campaign Daniel Armet 30. Encountered no discrimination from the Black Community inthe Campaign. A study of votes showed that Gibson got virtually All the Black vote and that the White Vintes came even in italian areas where White Militancy highest. Gibson got More than 200 votes in one District in an italian area for in stance and estimates were that he got two out of every 10 White City wide. Gibson who will be the first Lack mayor of a major nor in Eastern City is the third negro chief executive of a big City. An other mayor Carl Stokes of Cleveland said the voters of Newark scored very highly and people of this nation Are proud of them. It reaffirmed my Long standing Confidence in the ability of White voters to re affirmatively in an elec Tion where the Best Man is a be Gibson repeated to newsmen his plan to replace police director Dominick Pina who backed Addonizio in what he termed atone Point a contest of White versus but Gibson said he had no successor in mind. Spina who has enough time in the police department to retire said will assist my successor in every Way i asked about former fire director John Caufield who ran third May 12 and endorsed Gib son in the Runoff Gibson said we need men like him. We will lean on him for Biu he said he was not sure if Cau Field would have an administration Job. Three of Gibson s slate won City Council scats two of them outstanding Veteran negro councilmen closely aligned with Addonizio and indicted with him. Two other Gibson supporters narrowly lost. Of the six White councilman three Are incumbents who won re election one is a former councilman and the other two ran As independents. Gibson said he has a special task Force studying appoint ments. Asked about taxes of ism noted that Newark raises million a year and said this might be used with some Economy around City whiled up rps song caution about tax deduction Gibson co defendant Sweig left on trial alone jul Mirr Jurma Voloshen plead guilty to using Mccormack s office As base for Broad influence peddling new York a Gaum Gray and ailing lobbyist Nathan guilty House Voloshen pleaded wednesday to using speaker John w. Mccormack s to 20 years in Federal prison to any involvement in the influx iof perjury stemming from at once peddling. Mccormack has announced he is retiring at the Loshen May be called As a gov. Eminent witness against Sweig. The pair were accused of Eon j end of the year after 42 Spring in a scheme to pressure in the House. Washington As a base agencies Frankel asked to j by occasionally tempts to cover up the influence i Loshen in court if he still wished j hands beneath his Chin As peddling in grand jury Estimo to plead guilty. The Lowed the proceedings. Extensive influence peddling. The plea left Mccormack s Ong time congressional aide Martin Sweig 48, on trial alone n Federal court on conspiracy i of favor seeking clients were Wil ing to pay for the pres Tige of Mccormack s name and and perjury charges facing up Democrat was office. The 78-year-old Massachusetts Voloshen suffers from a heart As the joint trial of Sweig and j ailment and Frankel said Correct thursday june 18, 1970 3-b Salvatore Sally Burns Gra Nello a reputed Osa Nostra Fig ure. The indictment charges that he sought the Aid of the defendants to avoid a Transfer while serving a Federal prison sentence in 1905 for income tax i evasion. Another name was hat of actress Jill is. John a Stocklis Der in i Arvin Dohrmann co. Which owns hotels it nil casinos and supplies hotel equipment. Vol Ashen was accused by the to his ear and replied that is i of a Namos of spelt la Voloshen was about to gel under i health was a Factor in the de individuals and corporations sex ing a five from Parvin Voloshen s sentencing was put j peeled to figure in trial Estimo Dohrmann in a vain Effort m Way Federal judge Marvin fondant s desire to avoid a i off until sept. 17, and he Wasing. Included was that of me head off a six Day i Rankel announced that the 71-1 lengthy trial. The jute said he j continued free in bail. Cormack who is expected to the firm s trading privileges on ear old lobbyist on monday sex since had satisfied himself that frankc1 then mined to the j testify either in person or by do the american Slock Fuchan a r fre Des re was an intelligent. Task of picking a jury to try i position. A penalty imposed for mislead sed Ojo conspiracy and three counts i understanding guilty i Sweig. The latter listened intent one of the names was that of press releases Saj i i i think possibly we can s Hift lax rate in two Penneys guide to father s Day shirt ways first Huiai it always first Quality fair picture dad in one or two of these shirts by Tow Craft got the picture get the shirt knits with a Knack for staying new scramble stitch knit has fashion you can feel textured 100% polyester. Tipped High Crew neck Collar. Assorted ban Lon of 100% Nylon yarn. Classic Collar Model with 3 Button placket. Rib cuffs and striped High Crew neck knit of poly combed Cotton. Assorted horizontal stripes. Short sleeves.3.98 Golf shirt of 50% combed Cotton. Embroidery on pocket. Long Tail with split sides for action. White and colors. 3.98 shirts for dad that make Mother s Day easier they stay neat with hardly any care Penn Prest never Iron Woven sport shirts plaid Short sleeve sport shirt of 50% Cotton. Regular Collar and two Matching pockets. Assorted plaids. 3.98 wardrobe set sport shirt. Regular Collar Short sleeve Model with two Chest pockets. Assorted colors to choose from.3.98 solid color Shirl of 65% Dacron 0 poly combed Cotton. Regular Collar Model. Short sleeves.2.98 like it. Charge it 80% Dacron combed Cotton shirt has end on end weave Short sleeves regular Collar. Embroidery colors. 3.98

Search all Florence, South Carolina newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for June 18, 1970

Browse