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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 29, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaAt govern hrs conf France president s economic policies attacked Southern Pines . Are assembled in the North Carolina resort Community of Southern Pines for a weekend of orientation seminars sponsored by the National Gover nor s conference the Cohe rence s executive committee 1 i Lulaj a governor elect Milton j. Shapp of Pennsylvania began saturday an attempt to round up support among the new crop of democratic governors for an assault on president Nixon s economic policies. Also is meeting. I intend to exert and i Hope Shann s state to encourage other governors to up exert influence Over their Sena tors to completely reverse Nixon s economic Shapp said. He called a meeting of the democratic chief executives for later saturday. Twenty three of the nation s governors and future governors Ferre elected to committee Southern Pines . A in an unprecedented action saturday the governor of puerto Rico was named to the executive committee of the National governors conference. The executive committee chairman. Gov. Warren Hearnes of Missouri announced the gov. Luis a. Ferre would become a january. Ferre will Board member in succeed gov. Frank Farrar of South Dakota. The puerto rican is a Republican and r member of puerto Rico s new progressive party. The governors of puerto Rico have attended conference meet Ings in the past but have not Shapp s statement came As the most political note so far in a meeting intended to be strictly bipartisan. I m no Here to fight he publicans. I m Here As a Gover nor to fight for my Shapp said with the exception of Rockefeller in new York most Republican Gover nors have remained Nuiet about Nixon s economic policies. I want to meet with the new democrats because i think we can get a springboard for action he i m for moving Back toward the concept of full employment and full production that s the proven Way of combating Infra Shapp is inheriting from re publican gov. Raymond Shafer a state i h deficit of almost the common weather is on the verge of bankruptcy he said. If i can use Pennsylvania As a pressure Point to change Nixon s policies i both the chairman of the democratic Scott of the Chir Man of the conference exc cd govt. Warren Missouri Dis caucus gov. Bob North Carolina and Tive committee e. Hearnes of claimed any part in Shapp s action. Both said they had not been Active on policy com been invited and would not St mittens end the meeting Calloy Sapp. New York service effective december 1st. Via Jet connections in Charlotte la. Florence a. M. . La. Florence an Laguardia . La. Florence p. M. . . . Florence airlines 662-7593 Scott the Host for the season said Friday he had considered ringing democratic National chairman Lawrence to he meeting but be Cirod against it to keep the meeting bipartisan and nonpolitical. Scott said he Hopes instead to Call a caucus of democratic governors sometime around the first of the year probably in. Connection with the nesting of the National Gover nors conference in Washington feb. 23-26. My feeling is that a Good majority of democratic governors would favored Muskie for the 1972 democratic presidential nomination Soctt said. The Maine senator the 1968 democratic vice presidential nominee is widely regarded As a to contender for the 1972 nomination. Most feel that Humphrey of would not try it again. Ted Ken Nedy has said won t run in 1972. Birch Bayh would like to get a crack at it and so would Eorge Mcgovern but most governors von t see them As having a Strong Scott said. Hearnes said he hoped the democratic governors could exert some kind of collective voice in the selection of the party nominee for 1972 instead of Leav ing the Power to democratic certainly these times Are changing. I Don t think we re going to Nave any cinch two term presidents. If the democrats put up a Good candidate we re going to have a senators and congressmen. Horse he said. Hearnes j Kyrm t be personally want democrats to let school what part they want governors to play said. If the governors show Unity they could have a great great Deal of influence at the Hearnes said he feels Nixon is patients Block traffic in Rome Rome a about 30 hos Pital patients on stretchers blocked traffic along two streets in Central Rome saturday for the second Day in a Row. Santo Spirito and san Gia Como Hospital patients staged the sit Down to protest Lack of attention and four Days of cold meals As a result of a strike by nonmedical personnel. T ii e i agreed with Scott that Muskie appears now to be the strongest candidate. Most of the governors elect in attendance 11 democrats and two talking National policies. They were closeted during the morning in closed orientation sessions on How to organize a governor s office and How to Deal with a legislature. The chairman of the orientation former gov. Richard Hughes of new Jersey said he plans to keep the talk on nuts and bolts Nad homely things of interest to All the new of the staff of governor elect David Hall of Oklahoma said if the other governors Are like our Man this is their first Chance to relax and forget politics since the Campaign. A member from National weather service . Deal of commie Usu Sediq Fiji Fri Shew High expected for daytime sunday forecast Snow is forecast to fall Over the Northern Rockies the upper Midwest great Plains area As Well As parts of new England sunday. Colder air and rain were forecast for most of California. A stationary front was expected to continue moving into the Atlantic from the Northeast. Fiat tout Turt Tang sunday nov Mem 39, 1970 state agencies must not overlap Mcnair James m. Jacob receives Honor Florence native receives award on military base a 23-year-old Florence native an applied electronics instructor Wienges and in the u. S. Army has chosen As the Serviceman of i the month for november at Sandia defense base in Albuquerque n. M. North Augusta s. C. A gov. Robert e. Mcnair said saturday duplication of Effort and overlap among state agencies must be eliminated in South Caro Ina. Mcnair who leaves office in january after More than six years at the Helm called such duplications the single biggest problem. We face today in seeking administrative efficiency and in getting the state s Job referring to the More than 80 functioning departments he said in a talk to the South Caro Lina Jaycees we rediscover this situation every time we set out to attack a major problem i in our state. We must not permit structural problems of state government to impede our attempts to respond to the Chal currently the state faces a possible i lion deficit after suffering a million Defi Cit at the end of the last fiscal year. The deficits he said can be directly traced to the general s Lowdown in the National Economy and specifically to the Market difficulties now being experienced by our textile in he indicated that the portion of the deficits that can t be overcome by this Cut will Nave to b met by the 1971-72 appropriations Bill to be enacted by the new general Assembly that meet in january. Army up. 4 James m. Jacob son of or. And mrs. Donald Roy Jacob of 726 Arlington competed with candidates from All units and services at the base and was honoured in ceremonies this week by the Albuquerque chamber of Commerce and base German youths Nikefor panthers pennsylvanian survives fall into mine Shaft Fredericktown p a a _ a 25-year-old washing ton county Man was in critical condition saturday after he sur Frankfurt Germany Vived a All of at East 200 feet in a about Predoti the air Shaft of a Jones Vantly student age germans Laughlin steel corp. Coal mine marched through downtown injured was Harry officials he received gifts from local merchants and base officials gave him a three Day pass a special certificate Money a desk set and exemption from additional duty details for one month. A 1965 graduate of Mcclenaghan High school Jacob graduated cum laude from North Carolina state University in 1969 with a b. S. Degree in physics. He entered the army in october of that same year. Pee Dee weather Clear and worm forecast Clear to partly Cloudy with warm Days and Cool nights i the pee Dee forecast for today. A u. S. Weather Bureau report said last night. The High today will be a the 70s and the Low tonight will be in the 40s. Winds will be Westerly at 10 Miles an hour. Clearance women s dresses dark Cottons knits polyesters acrylics now styles and fashions. Many assorted items for All occasions. 399 _ 199 orig. Now _ 6" 8 99 99 half sizes too polyesters orig. Now 13" acrylics orig. Now 6 9 orig. Now 8" orig. Now 5" it la uhf open each night until 10 and you can charge it tomorrow s Outlook Calls for generally the same Type a easier with a High in the 70s. High pressure covers the Southeastern states at this time and is expected to hold for the next 36 hours. As a result skies will be Clear to partly Cloudy with Cool nights and warm Days through monday. Wither information for the 24-hour a no til temperatures highest 69 Normal High 62 lowest 40 Normal Low 39 mean 55 Normal mean 51 precipitation yesterday 0 this month .69 total for year 32.62 Normal for month 2.31 humidity 7am. 93 1 . 46 7 . 64 Sun Moon today Sunrise Sunset . Moonrise . Moonset . Tides tides later than Myrtle Beach and Ocean drive Georgetown Light add 45 minutes Murrells Inlet and Garden City add 35 minutes Charleston add 30 minutes Row Leys Island add 20 minutes. Myrtle Beach Ocean drive tides sunday High nov. 29 Low monday High nov. 30 Low tuesday High dec. 1 Low wednesday Ngn thursday dec 3 Friday dec. 4 saturday dec. 5 sunday dec. I Honda mini trails and motorcycles Lay now Cannon s Cycle Center Lulal l11cu Frankfurt saturday and staged a rally to protest alleged . Imperialism and to support the militant american Black pan ther party. Negro woman identified As a Black Panther spokesman addressed the throng demanding the immediate release of jailed Black Panther Leader Bobby Seale and Angela Davis accused in connection with a Cali fornia courthouse shooting that left four persons dead including a judge. There were no More than Sev eral dozen negroes in the crowd which blocked a Street Square for occurred on the City s Mam More than an hour. The Only violence t. King of Vestaburg who along with his Cousin Harry d. King 21, had entered the Hastings Shaft of the Vesta no. 5 mine to slide Down a 350-foot Copper Ca ble. Washington county Coroner Farrell Jackson said the two men somehow got through a 9 by 12-Inch opening at the top of the Shaft and started Down the two Inch thick Cable. He said when Harry t. King fell his Cousin got scared and managed to step onto a ledge 150 feet Down. Firemen pulled him out with a rope. The injured Man was found conscious and standing at the the in v violence Occi Ticu ate police at Bottom of the Shaft when mme Duel a up scrip reached my. Tempted to arrest a demonstrator who scaled a Light Post apparently to disrupt a traffic con police wearing surplus . Army parkas favored by the marchers lashed out at the crowd with rubber truncheons during a Melee that lasted about a minute. There were no injuries and no arrests. Rescue teams reached him Jackson said. He said the Kings and two other men Albert d. Falcon 26, Millsboro and Richard l. Rush 24, Brownsville had scaled a six foot Fence to get at the Nar Row opening. Harry a King was arraigned on a charge of illegal entry of a mine. High Low High Low High Low High Low station Camden Cheraw Conway Effingham Kingstree pee Dee River bulletin fid stage Dale Hgt Cage prec 23 27 1.2 m3.8 0 d 28 3.0 .2 7 27 2.5 m.2 0 14 27 4.3 0 12 27 4.5 0 19 27 1.1 1.0 0 i River statement no precipitation hos occurred during the past five Days. All riders Are below flood stage and Little change is expected for the next 24 hours. Lake Levels i Clork Hill 320.1 feet about 10 feet below Normal Pool level. Lake Hartwell 62b feet 12 feet below Normal Pool level. Lake Greenwood 434.3 feet about 7, feet below full stage. Lake Murray 352.6 feet about in i Pond 96.4 feet about n feet about vhf feet 74.6 feet about 3 feet below full stage. Lake winds Sun will be mostly Westerly at 10 Miles per hour. Holiday Cash uptos2000 one Call arranges it All months annual amount Monty total Otoin Loi Ramit it pay Pili mate 34 23.75% 14w.74 58.00 m 15.69% im1m m48.00 dial finance for the Money Kress 10% discount Day monday november 30th. A. M. P. M. 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