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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Florence, South CarolinaGood morning it s sunday May 29, 1977 our 54th year no. 149 60 sections . Daily is sunday 35 dutch authorities just wait it out Happy birthday senator Hubert h. Humphrey. D-minn., blows out candles on a birthday cake presented to him during taping of Abc s today show in Washington. Sen. Humphrey was 66 Friday. With Humphrey is surgery and a his wife Muriel. He is recovering from chemotherapy treatments for cancer. Assen. The Netherlands i dutch officials waged a War of nerves saturday Wilh asian extremists holding some 60 hostages in a train and a nearby school. Doctors said some schoolchildren released earlier by the terrorists May have meningitis. Police and troops surrounding the two locations threatened to attack it the terrorists harmed any of the hostages still held after nearly a week. Justice ministry official Toosia Bersaida. Despite the warnings the South moluccas who seized the train and school last monday showed no sign of relenting in demands for the release of comrades jailed for terrorism and a plane to Fly them All out of the country. Tiey also want the dutch to pressure Indonesia into Grant ing Independence for their Pacific Island Homeland which was once a dutch Colony. Or. Got lice Nellick chief paediatrician at a local Hospital said examinations of the 105 children released last Friday showed 17 or 18 with sym lit Homs of meningitis a some limes fatal inflammation of the membrane around the brain and spine. He said further tests were being conducted at the Hague to confirm the diagnosis. Nellick said the children set free Afler about half contracted a stomach Bug May have come Down with the highly contagious disease because of poor Hygiene during their Captivity. He did not Rule out the possibility the disease might spread to other hostages or their captors. We Are not aware this is the Case but considering tie hygienic conditions. Hie risk is the he said. The severity of the illness As we know it at present is variable. Some Chil Dren Are now More ii than oth Twenty two of the children remain in tie Hospital he said. Those still yield by the South moluccas include three teach ers and the principal of the Vil Lage school in nearby Lovens Milde. Who remained behind after tic children were freed. Rests in Hospital after her ordeal Many of hostage children got a stomach Bug forecast raised inflation getting worse again Washington api even with help from the new tax cot Many americans face a sub Stantial loss of purchasing Power this year because of inflation. With the year nearly half Over government figures indicate that inflation will be significantly worse this year than in 1976 when consumer prices advanced percent. C. Inflation pushed consumer prices up 3.2 per cent in the first four months of the year and the Carter administration recently raised its inflation forecast for All of 1977 from 5.3 per cent to g.7 per cent. Lizul the recent Pace of inflation is causing speculation that it could be worse than that before the year is Over. Administration economists expect a slowdown in the in dilation after midyear especially in food prices which have risen 5 per cent in the first four months. Nonetheless there Are signs of concern. President Carter told a news conference thursday that his main concern at this Point on the economic scene is the rate of inflation. And the Pace of inflation clearly is behind moves by the Money managing Federal re serve Board to lighten growth of the Money Supply to make Loans More expensive. On Friday several major Banks raised their prime lend ing Rale for Loans from i to63.i per cent the second increase in a week. Since higher interest rates can discourage economic growth the Slock Market responded by pushing the Dow Jones Industrial average for stocks below 900, to 898, for the first time since Jan. 7.1976. Although Carter has previously said inflation and unemployment could be battled simultaneously his latest state ment appeared to move him a big step closer to the position of see inflation Page 1za Rickover lauds Carter attitude new record working 175 hours nonstop a group of College students rated washing cars in Tampa Fla. Motorcycles campers Mobile Homes and even an ambulance were among the vehicles soaped and scrubbed in the Charity Benefit Marathon. The collegians earned themselves sunburns in near 90-degree heat and a record in Marathon car washing. A editor s note in the Fol lowing interview adm. Rickover is using the expression protes Tant ethic to refer not to some i Haig specifically protestant Butto the general american out look of the 191h Century As opposed to what the Admiral re Gards As characteristic of Many modern americans and which recalls the freudian St. Simons Oisund. A. Api president Carter s Mentor adm. Hyman g. Rick Over says he believes in the protestant ethic and trunks the president does too. And that. Rickover says is a big reason to him at in a Brief revealing state ment aboard he los Ange Les the nuclear submarine that the president Rode with Rick Over Friday off he Florida coast. Rickover tells Why this common belief is important in understanding the influence which Carter acknowledges the Admiral has had on him Over the years. Rickover s remarks were made Public saturday by White House press aides Here where Carter is vacationing Rick Over s remarks were in response to questions from a White House aide about what he Admiral s first impressions had been of Carter Many years ago. As you know. I m a believer in the protestant Rick Over said. And i believe the president also is. I would like to define it in this Way the first major threat to individual Freedom lies in the re placement of what some sociologists Call the protestant ethic which prevail in the United states until the turn of the Cen Tury by the freudian Rickover said. The protestant and Freu Dian ethics stand for two oppo site concepts of Man. Attic first sees him shaping his own Des tiny being governed by stand Ards he sets for himself and by his own conscience and he is therefore responsible for his own acts. This is the spiritual foundation of democracy. See Rickover Page 12a w 200 Miles to the gallon Greg Molenar is the first on his Block to own a motorized skateboard. A computer systems analyst in Washington d.c., he rides his Board when he goes out for lunch about a mile away. And at 200 Miles per gallon he must have just about the ultimate in Gas Economy. A no tax collecting for Angela Iai Colorado Richard umm who Lias had relatives in the business let a prospective lemonade Vendor off the tax Hook and offered his assistance if she got into rouble. Govener a amen be Gan a letter he received recently from 8-year-old Angela Valentine of fort Collins. An Gela said she planned a summer lemonade land and was concerned Ghoul collecting Sal stax. The letter routinely went to the governor s citizens advocate office which prepared this response dear Angela. I have men of Revenue sales tax Section and have asked that they furnish you comply do in formation on this matter. Forms have been sent to Lamm refused to sign it. In Slead he telephoned Angela last week and then Sony a letter saying thai his own children had run lemonade stands and did not collect sales lax. The sales lax was designed More for the larger he said. I do not believe the Law requires children to collect sales lax at a lemonade if any slate official questions you about axes you let me he added. Am a lawyer and i would be proud to personally represent you in this fast Clarendon takes championship poor nations mostly offered promises 3d 8 2a Washington api Tom final round of formal talks be tween the world s economic haves and have not opens monday in Paris Wilh the industrialized Rich offering the underdeveloped poor some Aid but mostly promises. Secretary of stale Cyrus r. Vance is going to Paris to take Over the american delegation at the final session of the 27 nation conference on inter National economic cooperation Vance will present proposals worked out with other Rich a Lions aimed at ending the 18 month conference commonly called the North South Dia Logue on a positive and conciliatory note. . Officials say Hal to accomplish this the poor coun tries will be offered special eco nomic Aid and some specific concessions along Wilh pledges to continue the Effort to close the economic Gap. In Exchange the under developed nations Are expected to drop what the United slates sees As unacceptable demands and to avoid emotional Public criticism of the Rich nations. No Ore in the industrialized world claims these proposals will end the frustrations and bitterness of the poor countries or seriously close the economic Gap Between the two spheres. But the poor countries Are expected to accept the approach by the Rich because the dialogue will continue and promises Are better than nothing. There Are six major areas under discussion at Paris commodities resource and develop ment Aid International debts Energy capital investment and Trade. Under a general program worked out at an economic Summit meeting in London ear Lier this month the industrialized nations will approach these six area sin the following Way site Vance Page 12a rhodesian Bow to Black Rule Salisbury. Rhodesia Rhodesia s White minority government has accepted the idea of Black majority Rule but the key question is How Igloe majority will a diplomatic source said saturday. Word of the government s position came As Steven the . Ambassador to Zambia and undersecretary John Gra Ham of the British foreign of fice concluded two Days of talks . G Graham and Low were in a weather partly Cloudy and warm with a Lisbury to Lay the groundwork Chance of thundershowers. High mid 80s, Low Mia g for a conference to draw up a g gos. Details Page 3a. New Constitution for Rhodesia of allowing Black majority Rule. Jim East Clarendon defeats St. John s of Cameron 8-6, to Lake slower state class a baseball championship. Page 2c. Florence students display arts Sand crafts at downtown prom Jenade. Page 2a. Interior department considering management plan for Golden i eagles that could include killing them. Page 8a. Index arts building business classified deaths a editorials 4 a Horoscope sports Heaters women 1bs

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