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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 24, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaWashington a a a or business organization called londay for a return to Volun Ary wage and Price guideposts o help curb inflation during the Nash for economic recovery. The committee for economic development ced endorsed an incomes or wage Rice approach which president Nixon and his economic advisers have reject Winter puts the bite on Chicago Chicago sky Ped to nine degrees above Zero the first cold line is framed by icicles hanging from crossbars of a Fence the season along Lake Michigan in Lincoln Park. Temperatures dip spell of a court orders judges to accept guilty pleas from defendants who say they Are innocent Washington a a Man who says he is really inno cent but is pleading guilty Only because he fears a jury might return a stiffer sentence should be permitted to do so the supreme court held monday in a 6-3 ruling. The decision in a North Caro Lina murder Case found such guilty pleas voluntary in a constitutional sense and said they preserve very human values by allowing defendants to avoid a death sentence or other grim alternatives. Most people who plead guilty the ruling swept aside As an exercise in arid logic the con Tention of three dissenting justices and of some Federal and state judges that these pleas Are entered under duress and Are therefore invalid. The said White does not bar imposition of a prison sentence upon an accused who is unwilling expressly to admit his guilt but who faced with grim alternatives is willing to waive his trial and accept the chief Justice Warren e. Bur admit also they Are guilty. But or Arnd even if they argue they Are in Nocent and motivated Only by a desire to escape a tougher sen tence said Justice Byron r. White for the majority trial judges i was. Should accept their Honda mini trails and motorcycles Lay away now Cannon s Cycle Center Ian Hugo l. Black Potter Stew Art and Harry a. Blackmun lined up with White. Justices William j. Brennan jr., William 0. Douglas and to Thurgood Marsh All dissented. The decision indicates a hard ening stand by the court in criminal cases. Significant also is that Blackmun cast his vote along conservative lines. That a Stag film of a woman feigning self induced sexual satisfaction is protected by the Constitution. How the justices lined up was not announced. Nor did the court say Why jus Tice William 0. Douglas abstained in the Massachusetts Case a 5-3 vote rejected the state s a peal from a decision by the . Circuit court in Boston that no photograph of the female Anatomy is obscene so Long As sexual activity is not depicted. Justices Black Stewart Bren Nan White and Marshall voted against the state. Chief Justice j Burger and justices Harlan and Blackmun dissented. Again in two obscenity cases mean while the court rejected efforts by California and Massachusetts to suppress films and magazines of nude women in Sugges Tive poses. But the voting indicated that Here too the court is growing More conservative. In the Califon a Case a 4-4 tie affirmed a decision by the i circuit court in san Francisco a prong solitaire priced from to j350 in Rino i in 18k cold. Other perfect love Diamond from 125 you re a together Way you look reflects the Way you feel. Perfect love understands this and now together Ings Are just for you. Brilliant solitaires that can be combined with any o our exciting new bands until you find the set that brings it All together. So express perfect love. Master charge downtown Florence Lay a Way now for Christmas Douglas abstained and gave no explanation. In other actions the court stand unanimously a ruling that tenants in the districts of Columbia have a right to withhold rents if landlords failed to keep their apartments in decent condition. Stand a life in prison sentence imposed in an adult criminal court in Baltimore on a 13-year-old boy convicted in the slaying of a bus Driver. 7 to 2 that Indiana must pay welfare to otherwise eligible dependent children even if their mothers have Remar ried. Harlan and Black dissented. Fol Mirr of Row tuesday november 24, 1970 a a voluntary wage Price guidelines urged by business organization the ital i the governmental twisting of Sistena with the Public interest individual 3ased on huge Waves threatening Hawaii area Hanalei Hawaii a surf on North Shore beaches in creased to 10 to 12 feet monday and the National weather serv be warned of possibly Damag no Waves of 20 to 30 feet later. Heavy surf warnings were is sued for the Northern casts of he islands of Kauai Oahu and Molokai. The weather service said a storm some Miles Northeast of Hawaii was generating open sea swells of 10 to 15 get. The weather service said the Waves could reach As High As those one year ago on Oahu s North Shore which resulted in one death 25 beachfront Homes destroyed and 50 others heavily damaged with some in property damage. Presentation of relevant info ced proposed that the the. Nation to the or guideposts be developed he Al Luu has de the ced said also it the existing t causes to Honor any be clearly understood that what commission in productivity or guideposts which do not be Are advocating Are Blun a new appointed i Aff on prices and Ary wage Price policies. We Are three Man Board on the report Neicer opposed to mandatory controls and incomes composed of Nia nage except in the event of a major languished private citizens nevertheless could is m t. I la fenced to greater restraint. Once they Cli Arlo understand that this will avoid a continuing the report coincided with Offil it urged that the inflation Al Cial hints that tha Nistra jets now issued quarterly by wave Price spiral from which in Ftp pcnnnmir1 Ronn Good neighbors help new York negro family Gas blast cuts Island s Power Charlotte amalie . A a Gas storage facility blew up near St. Thomas Airport monday injuring an undetermined number of persons and severing electric Power to Large areas of the Island of St. Thom As. Newsman at the scene said he saw numerous persons being rushed to hospitals. Radio stations were off the air and it was not known if Hospi als could Cope with the Emer gency situation with the Power out. Course saying it has been i by general credit squeezes. Be worthless and unworn i elective credit curbs Are not now needed ced said. Proved Able. Supplement present anti inflation tools. Excessive wage settlements a Price boosts should be Public but the ced study held that sized in Advance if possible general appeals for moderation said the ced. Will not Suff be. I hey should up to 3.2 but the private nonprofit include some ground rules or cent held be non in business research it said which a do he ill inclines posted pc Tovler m i am firms and actual or unions implied threats of actions other than in Over All Price stability that can be regarded As basically fair to All groups Flati onary because this coincided with the Long term average increase in output per worker per hour. This guideline policy col i resenting the Public at Large. Ion alarmed by stack produce Ion and High unemployment will press an expansionist pro Gram of increased Money sup by easy credit and stimulative spending while relying on Gen eral appeals to management and labor to avoid a fresh up surge of inflation. Some chair the president s economic coun neither would cil should spotlight prospective wage and Price de solve 3 biggest rather than off Cifu those increases which have Al i to i read ced suggested thai so worries and problems Lclive controls Over credit might also be used when appropriate to Cia a inflationary Arthur f. Burns of the types of credit expansion while a Little fas Teeth sprinkled on longer holds them More comfortably. Federal Reserve urged a More Active wage Price policy. Nixon s Council of eco advisers rejects this permitting credit to flow some As Home buyers and Small Are hard hit1 Lorn. No Gummy gooey pasty taste. Dentures that fit Are assent Al to health Sec your dentist regularly. Get fas Teeth at All drug counters new York a a group of White citizens in suburban Massapequa has banded together to help a negro family move into a previously All White area of the Community. Every weekend night from 10 i . To 2 a.m., teams of Whites patrol the site where the family or. And mrs. Willie Early and their three children is building a ranch style House. The Volunteer patrols were organized after vandals chipped away parts of the foundation and painted racial epithets on the Walls. The Earlys Are the first negro family to move into the neighbourhood and one of the few nonwhite families in the Lon Island Community. It s a very wonderful thing they re mrs. Early said monday of the Volunteer patrols. They re giving their time to protect property that belongs to someone the vandalism. Mrs. Early said began shortly after construction started in August. She said the family Hopes to move rom their Queens Home to the new House the first week in de Cember. When the incidents were first reported the Community rallied n support of the Earlys Accord no to the Rev. Charles Greene of St. David s lutheran Church Secretary of the Massapequa clergy Council. There has been an whelming expression of support from the adult said the pastor Greene. The support was limited to Etters and phone Calls of Wel come until a second incident of vandalism about a month ago pastor Greene said. Then the patrols were formed. Al Bach president of the Massapequa coalition of support which organized the patrols said most White citizens were angry that the Good name of the Community should besmirched and that any human being should be subjected to there has been no vandalism since the patrols began Bach said. Mrs. Early said she and her husband who owns an Auto re pair shop were not aware they would be the first negroes in the area when they selected their building site. I was just looking for a lot big enough to build a ranch style Home she said. I did t mow anything about the during construction the ear is have visited the building site and met some people from the area. Mrs. Early also said she attended a family night party Leld by a Massapequa social group and found the people very discussing the show of sup port for the Earlys. The pastor 5reene said we be been sort of very pleasantly in ago he said a puerto rican family tried to move into Massapequa and was subjected to racial Bias. Clergy men and civil rights Grouns ried to rally the Community on hat occasion he said and we ailed. The family never moved mrs. Early asked whether she would make the same Deci Sion to move if she had it All to do Over again replied yes i would. I feel that i m entitled to Ive where i want you re Gonna like the savings Here. Cox Fitz motors inc. 221 West Lucas Street Florence s. C. Charge Italy Ith Canadian Mist is gelling mixed up in South Carolina. S Canadian whisky a Bland 80 Prool imported by Barton dial Ellen Imodel co.

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