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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 12, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaOur47th year no. 316 the daily paper published in Eastern South Carolina Florence s. C., thursday morning november 12, 1970 daily 10-., sunday 15e Nixon lauds memory of Charles de Gaulle pm Union reach tentative Accord Paris a president Nix on arriving in Paris Early thursday to pay a final tribute to Charles de Gaulle said the general s Wisdom has been of great Benefit to me in the Deci Sions i have made in the past and it will continue to be a Bene fit to like Many of the world Lead ers Here for the memorial serv ice Nixon briefly paid his respects to a Large portrait of de Gaulle draped in Black ribbon i hanging on the Wall of orly air port s Salon of Honor. In an Impromptu speech Nix on conveyed to the people of France and More particularly to Madame de the condolences of the american peo pie. He said Gen. De Gaulle is gone but France lives because of what he earlier chatting informally with five reporters aboard air Force one just before Landing at orly Nixon said of the former French president who died Mon Day he is unquestionably the Man who saved France from civil is Ixon described de Gaulle As one of the four great Western Hollings assails Nixon on hunger Aid s. Sen. Ernest f. Hollings said president Nixon never has genuinely committed himself to the nation s hunger problem. See Page 3c. A City building permit for 350 pub Lic housing units was recorded wed Nosiay. See Page 7a. Index ask Andy 19c classified 17c comics 19c deaths editorials 4a markets 16c sports 16a 6a Gri leaders of world War ii and the postwar years linking him with Britain s sir Winston Churchill Dwight d. Eisenhower of the United states and Konrad Aden Auer of West Germany. Many Young people throughout the country Are helping others who Are in drug trouble. See Page 8a. Weather foggy this morning becoming sunny and warmer this after Timon. Cooler tonight and Fri Day. High 50. Details Page 7a. Employment goal viewed doubtful Washington five new economic studies raised doubts wednesday that the nation will meet the Nixon admin Brookings papers on economic activity. The hoped for speedy recovery the several reports suggest is ration s goal of full employ May be impeded by Slack con ment by mid 1972. The reports were issued by accompanied by Secretary Brookings state William p. Rogers and without specific endorsement of key advisers Nixon was leading the findings by that privately the american delegation to research organization slate memorial mass later the second Issue of the the Day in the Cathedral of no-1 thrice yearly in Dame. Nixon who met five times with de Gaulle Between 1960 j and 1969, reminisced at length about the French Leader. I while saying he was retaining for the moment his personal notes on conversations with de Gaulle Nixon cited what he termed a Little Vignette which lie described As summing up the Sumer demand for new slow business investment in inventories a flattening of Indus try s outlays for new Plant and equipment and the projected modest rate of increase in the Money Supply. Cleveland gets new police head publication Only Ohe of the Yuthok paper is in optimistic housing analysis reporting substantial late year gains for Home build Jing half weak Ness caused by tight mortgage Money. A strikingly thu Gash Mand for Autori Vebi is r in 72 is foreseen by Saul h. Inns of Trinity of Cleveland Ohio a a paper on new directness and vision of Carl b. Stokes of forecasting consume Gaulle George w. O Connor a . Or demand in a Garden at the Elysee Palace in 1963, he recalled de Gaulle was talking about what had happened to the nations of Justice department police sex the Hymans technique Indi pert As. Cleveland s new safely fief a rising demand director wednesday. For household durable goods in the same period. But the Anto Europe As a result of world Warl o Connor. 38, replaces retired i Mobile forecast of borne out in h ii and then almost As an off Lair Force it. Gen. Benjamin 0. And remark said All the a Davis jr., who resigned july 27. Lions of Europe lost the War William Hendrickson who two were Defeated j served As assistant to Davis Ixon game plan Calls of has been acting Safe to Rizir Prter i production gains sufficient to re Nixon brought with him from also announced thai Duce the unemployment rate to Washington de Gaulle s Wuu Etta cent year old grandson and name Jas assistant safety director Sake who is taking an on the Job training course with a new o Connor has been chief of the contract by pm worked and the settlement of outstand ing . Local contracts Sti stand in the Way of a full re sumption of car and truck of put by the world s largest Auto maker. Earl r. Bramblett pm s vie president for personnel and to Bargainer said the new con tract was inflationary by the Standard definition of the wore but added that this was the pal Tern today in labor contracts. Details of the contract wer withheld until it is presented i the Union s 350-member pm Council which must Okay the pact before it is passed on to the membership for the Council met at 1 wednesday to look at the co tract but the meeting was a Johnned. Until . Thur Day to give Union officials to time to write up an explant ii of the offer. Bargaining table sources hot Ever said the pact include these items. Return to an unlimited have unhappy in Ween the United Auto workers and general motors in the United states. A moves wages up o Down with quarterly changes i the consumer Price Index. The Union agreed to a ceiling 01 cola in the 1967 big three con tracts and made a re turn to the unlimited formula a top Demani in this year s bargaining. Contract awaits full ratification Detroit a the United Auto workers and general motors reached a tentative agreement wednesday on a new three year labor contract which could set the strike crippled Auto giant moving towards full production by the end of the month. Ratification of the National i wednesday. Bargaining had on a tear a Happy picket at a Windsor onr., pm Plant tears up his placard wednesday. A tentative agreement on a new contract was reached be pact on the administration economic strategy. The so called police programs division in the Law Hymans s forecasting formula is an elaborate refinement of the Index of consumer senti new Moon Craft launched British warn soviet ships j Britain Lold this incident reflects the the soviet Union wednesday to j dangers of this practice. I York City accounting firm. They spent some time during the transatlantic flight iof the Justice department 9enter Moscow a an in Washington. Michigan. I he Brookings Edi manned soviet spacecraft. Luna in his conversation with re b tors said the method can help 17 porters Nixon said de Gaulle Davis now Heads the . Provide More reliable near d of t never devoted time to second Campaign to control airline i term estimates of the important Lood us make its warships keep their Trust soviet naval authorities Ary issues or got bogged Down Hackings. He came to Cleveland automobile sector than have. A s distance when the Royal Navy is will take full account of it in chit Chat but rather went director in february been available. Mane vering. Ture naval restly to major world issues. After retiring As the highest i Rankin Neero office in thei consumer outlays Tor. New defense minister lord car i Carrington said Rya without Ever being Blunt the cars were unsustainable High in j Acobe was ring on told parliament a was on night flying exercises in the period 1966-69 the Hymans representations Waters Between Malta and the carryout father made to Moscow Over the Crete. The ship a on said de Gaulle had the class the ability to move into a Davis on his departure a see Nixon Page 2a Jcu sed Stokes of giving support land confort to enemies of Law i study suggests with the result that automobile demand will get a smaller share of consumer in come in the two years ahead. Simple funeral set for de Gaulle notables to gather at Cathedral Paris a a Soldier Handwritten directive 18 years i coffin maker the coffin had a ration of the collision in the Mediterranean preached monday night Between the air collision this would indicate that Luna j Craft Carrier Ark Royal Brit 17 s Mission is very similar biggest fighting ship and that of Luna 16, which less thania russian destroyer Home from the wars Charles de Gaulle is going to his then later de Gaulle is grave thursday in a wooden Teing buried beside his Daugh coffin. Ter Anne dead 22 years and a his funeral at Colombey Sim i forgotten farm labourer. Pie in accordance with his own from to police directions will follow memorial were mobilized in pari3 and services our hours earlier in hundreds of others in Tho Violini. Silver plated Crucifix and far their Tol pursue lunar exploration by first Moon soil samples few the Carrier and gathered by an unmanned i the Soo ton Kolm class de spacecraft Stroyer. But two soviet seamen were reported missing believed space officials have drowned. It is not uncommon for so Viet vessels to keep close com num handles. De Gaulle s family had told the casket maker do As you j considered too expensive a Navy would for anybody technical Means instead of by _ manned landings which they Pany with ships of the Royal declared Carrington. I dangerous. Paris notre Dame Cathedral. For that Money was no Factor in ordering out special planes and trains to Paris to bring world leaders for a final tribute in the giant of a stature and in is largely credited with making France what it is today. Security officials Drew on their reserves to protect such visitors As president Nixon and soviet president Nikola v. Pond Gorny. While Church Bells toll All Over France the attend a requiem mass at the Fidfl year old Cathedral. The service like the one in de Gaulle s Home Village of colom Bey Les Deus Eulises will be Bare of Eulogy or the playing of these were the restrict bands no that Gaulle set Down in a to of Colombey. The National Railroad mustered nine extra trains from Paris to Colombey. On wednesday Only such distinguished personages As presi Dent Georges Pompidou once de Gaulle s right hand Man and then his successor were admit Ted to the family Home where de Gaulle died monday in his 80th year. With the family standing by de Gaulle Lay in the room where he died. The body was in a brigadier general s uniform and the coffin was partly Cov ered by the French Tricolour. A visitor said a single Candle burned and he thought he recognized the general s old Blue Kepi marked with two emblematic of the lowest French general s rank in do of Oak by the Village i gather in Paris Nulu left grandson of into Gen. It joint with u. S. Sic rotary of state William Rogers Center and president Nixon in reception at orly Field Paris. The group arrived wednesday for the funeral of the former French president. A Peru will get loan from u. S. For quake Aid Lima Peru a the . Government will loan Peru More than million As a first step in aiding reconstruction efforts in the area hit by the May 31 earthquake . Ambassador Taylor Belcher said wednesday. The ambassador s announce ment after a meeting with Gen. Juan Velasco head of Peru s two year old military govern ment coincided with a govern ment disclosure of plans to re build 10 quake damaged towns in new locations. The quake worst disaster in Peru s recorded history left a toll of dead and missing More than homeless and an estimated 520 million in dam age. Belcher Del lined to comment on the Over All amount of . Aid but said the . Govern ment is ready to authorize Long term Low interest Loans to Aid in reconstruction efforts. As a first step million will go to the peruvian housing Bank for use in Loans for building Low Cost permanent housing in the quake area Hal Char said. First year wage increase of about 50 cents on top of the current average hourly wage o had sought 81. Cents and pm s last offer a for 38 cents. For workers with 30 years service at a month at age 58 in the first year of the contract age 56 in the second year and age 55 in the third year. The Union had Origi Nally sought retirement at a month after 30 years regard Ess of age. Under the current contract a 55-year-old worker with 30 years of service could at a maximum of monthly. Weeks action for workers with 20 years of serv be. The final details of the con tract were put together in two Ong sessions a 17-hour one that began monday morning and a Inal one which began tuesday morning and ended Early been stepped up since oct. 30. A Law executive said that Leneral motors did not make a new Over All offer during the eight week strike adding that he final agreement was put to Gether in bits and pm had said earlier it needed a settlement by wednesday if it Vas to get Back in production by dec. 1. Bramblett said each Plant had to own plan for getting Back in operation. As soon As local agreements Are ratified he added maintenance personnel will of called Back to ready the Plant machinery for Startup. The remaining workers will be called Back As soon As they can be used he said. Law president Leonard Woodcock emphasized that wednesday s agreement covers Only National issues in the United at the Plant agreements which supplement the National pact still must be reached at 70 of 155 loca1 . Bargaining units including 19 of the company s 24 Domestic car and truck Assembly plants. Woodcock said he was cer Ain the pm Council and the Union s 25-member International executive Board would author be continuing strikes at plants where local issues still Are untre the prompt conclusion of the local Bramblett said is essential to he resumption of full product Ion a task for both our Man gement and the Union. Pm has every Confidence in in capabilities of the Law leadership our Plant manage Lent personnel and the Good judgment of Bur employees work g together to resume product on bargaining continues on a Naonal contract covering pm s ,100 Canadian workers. Local acts have been settled at five pm s seven Canadian Nego rating unite. In addition effect it has d on pm sales and earnings pm dealers and on the Indi dual workers the strike has d a widening effect in other Cas of the nation s Economy. Aiken receives Baptist award Greenville j. Boone Aiken of Florence was presented wednesday the first Edward a. Mcdowell award an award to in Given annually by the South Carolina Baptist convention in Lonor of a Baptist Layman who Loes the most in social work with emphasis on race relations. The Florence banker and realtor received the Honor for contributions to the pro lotion of race relations in the Ria. As president of the Aiken foundation t h e 81-year-old has made annual Grants f each since 1959. Many of the Grants have been to pro Mote race relations. The award sponsored by the Christian life and Public affairs committee of the convention is named after an Atlanta ga., resident and former Baptist minister been involved in social work in South Carolina for a number of years. Aiken a native of Central came to Florence in 1914. He is currently chairman of the boards of Aiken loan and Security co. And guaranty Bank and Trust co. Through his Aiken foundation Grants have been awarded for a number of Florence projects including race relations. See Bonk Pagcu

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