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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 14, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaTop surf offices Blatt announces backing of ticket Columbia a _ speaker sol blast of the state House o f representatives tuesday erased All doubts about his support of the demo cratic gubernatorial ticket. The Barnwell Democrat told a news conference he endorses democratic candidates John West for governor and Earle Morris for lieutenant governor. Published reports of Impromptu comments made by Blatt earlier on the gubernatorial race had raised the hackles of some top level fellow democrats. They viewed his comments As something less than an outright endorsement of his party s ticket. Kep. Blatt told the news speaker sol Blatt West Morris Lect re Sef of Coker West pledges drive for jobs especially in most needy areas Lake City it. Gov. John. While promising to step up in on a two Day Campaign dust rial development in the tour of the i pledged to pee Dee tuesday bring More and state West said he will work to Ward balanced Economy Hartsville Holman Kenan professor English at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill of Uit Umu cuu o. Udud Lucu club Uuie i better paying _ jobs to South j which includes both Industry and or. C. Hugh i Carolina particular Fly to the a have received no Benefit Little we must never lose sight of he fact that will be Coker College s first state during the last 10 West s comments came during visiting lecturer of the 1970-71 i j m Coli o on meetings with supporters and in his Coker address which is an 8 pm speech to the Lake i open to the Public is scheduled to Jaycees for wednesday at . In the College auditorium. This pro Gram will simultaneously open Coker s annual series o f Coker s annual series o f appearances by visiting speakers and the annual series of such appearances sponsored by the South Carolina foundation of Independent colleges. Holman has served the University of North Carolina at Chape Hill in a variety of top administrative capacities. For several years he was simultaneously chairman of the English department and the division of humanities. He has also served As Dean of the graduate school and As Provost versatile writer and editor As Well As professor and administrator he. Has authored or co authored books ranging from the current edition of a Standard handbook on literature to studies of Southern american literature Thomas Wolfe in particular. He is also the author of assorted articles in the Field of american literature and of five detective novels. I consider that to be a top priority of my administration if elected governor the country diner serving cafeteria 11 . Boxes to go no waiting Choice of 3 meats and 6 vegetables pay for what you get try of r saturday and sunday special open 6 . To . 301 n. Across from Hwy. Dept. 6j9-9209 lieutenant governor said. You have every right to look to your state government to take a Strong Lead in providing the Opportunity for better jobs. And if i am your governor you won t look in Bright future in our he said. Personally i Don t want to see our state become totally All industrialized and wind up smoke stacks Concrete we need a combination of agriculture and Industry and i intend to see that we get on the subject o f industrialization West called the state s highly successful system of technical education one of the Best drawing cards we have for out of state the democratic gubernatorial candidate called by newspaper editors the father of technical was the guiding Force behind establishment of South Carolina s Tec program. He also chaired the committee whose study resulted in a reorganization of the state development Board increasing its effectiveness in More Industry and South Carolina. Securing jobs for West praised the development and Board for its outstanding contribution in attracting the right kind of Industry to our again touching on agriculture the lieutenant governor urged continued cooperation with Clemson University groups w o r k i n and other in the agriculture area to develop improved arming techniques. He also Reco Nimi ended diversification particularly for tobacco Farmers. . Delegation prepares for National Fra convention Kansas City. To. The 43rd National Fra convention will get underway Here wednes Day morning in Tine Kansas City municipal auditorium with a special presentation building our american three South Carolina future Farmers will take part in the opening ceremonies As members of the 126-piece National Fra band. They include Larry Brooks of Ridge Springs Keith students from the United states nearly vocational agriculture throughout who will take part in the convention. Official delegates from South Carolina who will participate in convention business sessions in clude Leslie Morgan of Wren Fra chapter Scoffa president and William Bright of James f. Byrnes Fra chapter Scoffa vice president. Two official delegates from each state a ton Snelgrove of West business matters that come and Alfred Spruill of Hampton. Before the convention. Band members representing every state arrived in Kansas Days ago t o convention City several practice for performances. Some 70 future Farmers from South Carolina Are among the landscaping residential commercial Long acre Nursery 662-1959 Good news one Beautiful natural color portrait value no age limit adults too no appointment necessary selection of poses work guaranteed 8x10 for Only 97c remember brighter clothes make a better Coler picture limit 1 person-2 per family plus 50f for packing and handling croup photos 97f plut for each additional person tues. Thru sat. Oct. 13th. 17th. A. P. P. P. M., . . Saturday a. P. P. P. Only Arbertee a studios convention activities Are con ducted by future Farmers 14-21 years old who have acquired leadership and parliamentary skill As a part of their vocational agriculture studies and Fra activities in High school. Activities this morning also will include Welcome by Kansas City mayor Ilus w. Davis and the keynote address by Louis Strong of Blackwell. Oklahoma president of the National Rural electric cooperative association. An agricultural career show which opened tuesday afternoon for the convention. This show feature exhibits by 33 Trade associations and professional societies which depict hundreds of career opportunities in agriculture. Professional people staff the is already an attraction future Farmers attending exhibits to answer specific questions about career opportunities in Job areas of in Terest to the viewers. Us a tobacco crop size estimate rises Washington a the agriculture department Esti mated monday that 1970 production of All types of tobacco would total billion pounds up 15 million pounds from the forecast of a month ago. This compares with the 1969 total of billion and billion a year earlier. Yield prospects were put at pounds an acre up from pounds last season. The department said improved prospects for flue cured yes 12 and 13 accounted for nearly All of the boost from last month s prediction. The total for Lue cured tobacco was put at ,153 billion pounds. Burley production was Esti mated at pounds about the same As a month ear flier. I the Southern Maryland Type 32 remained unchanged from the sept. 1 forecast at pounds. Fire cured types 21-23, was put at pounds also unchanged and All Cigar Type tobacco was expected to to Tal pounds again the same As forecast earlier. Here is the breakdown by states for tobacco showing Esti mated production for this year with last year s production in parentheses flue cured North Carolina 0 d and mid dle belts Eastern North Carolina Belt North Carolina Border Belt South Carolina Burley North Carolina 000 Florence mall wed., thurs., Fri. Only hamburger Steak dinner regular special deliciously prepared with French Fries lettuce and Tomato hot Rolls and but Ter ice Tea or Coffee. And. Jillo with whipped Topping for dessert. Conference he voted for rep. Albert Watson the Republican candidate for governor when Watson ran for Congress because he was the Best Man in the race for the 2nd District congressional seat. In endorsing it. Gov. West. And his running mate state sen. Morris the House speaker said he was not now attacking the character or ability of congressman i attack his said Blatt. He has been ill advis Blatt criticized Watson for his charges of a Lack of fiscal responsibility in state Watson has commented caustically on the Multi million Dollar mall at the state House now under construction with funds derived from Sale of state Bonds. He said if the state had done As Watson recommended and used the Money to increase teacher salaries teachers would have received a pay hike of Only about 10 cents per Day. And our state employees would have had to continue to walk in the rain and Snow to get to their jobs or feed Many dollars a month to the parking meters owned by the City of said Blatt. The mall includes extensive underground parking facilities beneath the state Capitol com plex. Blatt said in Washington rep. Watson rides to the House of representatives in an electric car but he would condemn us for having a Park ing area for state government employees. I Ottnat Iho Mitto a Fiauu Wio Boay october a 1970 a a motorists prefer u. S. 76 transportation study found that ending in Columbia 374 cars while the u. S. 76 route is about and 95 trucks a total of 469, four Miles Shorter and the u. S 76, and 168 cars motorists have the option of using either u. S. Highway 76 or interstate Highway 95 when travelling Between Florence and the Sumter Columbia area. Which do they use most South Carolina ii i g h w a y ing time via either route is about the same 70 per cent of i used 1-95 trips beginning or the passenger cars and 80 per ending in Sumter 334 cars and department personnel collecting t u. S. 76. Data for the Florence area of 654 cent of the trucks Are still using trips beginning 119 trucks a total of 453, used u. S. 76 and 118 cars and 26 trucks a total of 144, used 1-95. When Bourbon is this smooth it s ancient. I vegetables 96c of met 2 desert Tea or Toffee Roney s restaurant across from Sci passenger station 8is110b Mew whiskey 86 Woof me . K. Sears introduces a phosphate free laundry detergent now you can get clean clothes and do something about water pollution too. What s so different about new Sears phosphate free laundry detergent most modern laundry deter gents contain phosphates. New Sears phosphate free laundry detergent contains no phosphates to contribute to water pollution. Yet scars phosphate free laundry detergent will still get your clothes really clean and while. Do detergents cause All phosphate pollution no. Detergent phosphates constitute one major source. Human waste products and agricultural run off Are two others. But the detergent problem is the Only one that can be dealt with immediately. And eliminating detergent phosphates will have a significant effect Cut Ting phosphate pollution in Many areas by up to what about the cleaning Power of a phosphate free detergent with scare new phosphate free laundry detergent phosphates Aren t needed for cleaning. Our newly developed formula is designed to still deliver heavy duty cleaning Hon polluting harming even the most delicate fabrics. In hot or cold water. Even in the hardest water. That Means clean Wash for you cleaner water for everyone. Niviere can you buy Sears phosphate free laundry detergent Sears phosphate free Laun dry detergent is available Only at Sears Roebuck and co. Stores service units and Catalon outlets. It comes in a variety of sizes from 3 to 24 pounds. At Sears stores with customer loading docks you can have the larger sizes loaded right into your car. Or Call Sears service depart ment. We Are Happy to introduce this detergent at a Price no higher than the regular Price of our previous detergent. Clean Wash for you. Cleaner water for everyone. Shop at Sears and save satisfaction guaranteed or your Money Back Sears Roebuck and co. 131n.jbbyst. Phone 662-6381 free parking

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