Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Oct 19 1970, Page 14

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Florence, South Carolina14 monday Octor 1970 year tote Jed ring for gop hopefuls Nixon stumps again monday Washington a presi Dent Nixon is expected to renew his Call to the silent majority to strike Back at dissidents and he hits the Campaign Trail again monday on behalf of Republican candidates. The president set the theme for his role in the closing weeks of the Campaign during a whirl wind 15-hour barnstorming our saturday into Vermont. New Jersey Pennsylvania and wis Consin. He urged the great majority to reject with their votes the Rock throwing and obscenity shouting tactics of a Small minority. One vote is Worth one Hun dred obscene he told a crowd in Teterboro . Monday Nixon sets out on a two Day Campaign trip into Ohio North Dakota Missouri Tennessee North Carolina and Indiana in an Effort to help gop candidates for Congress and governor. The president and mrs. Nix on their son in Law and Daugh Ter or. And mrs. David Eisen Hower and about 200 others at tended worship services con ducted at the White House Sun Day by the Fellowship of Chris Tian athletes. This is an organization dedicated to bringing out the Best in a person s Chris fian values and leadership promoting teamwork in life Bobby Richardson president of the. Fca. A former new York Yankee second baseman and currently baseball coach at South Carolina delivered the Sermon. Rex Kern Ohio state quarterback read the scrip Ture John , former Wisconsin basketball coach who is Republican candidate for the . Senate led the Jay Wilkinson former Duke football player and now an Oklahoma gop congressional candidate gave the Benediction. Afterwards Nixon met with six representatives of the Busi Ness Council an organization of the nation s lop executives who completed their two Day fall meeting saturday in hot Springs a. Attending were Roger Milliken president Deering Milliken inc., Spartanburg . Ralph Lazarus chairman Federated department stores inc. Cincin Nati Ellison l. Hazard chair Man and president Continental can co., new York Donald c. Burnham chairman Westing House electric corp., Pitts Burgh . Bechtel presi Dent Bechtel corp. San fran Cisco and James m. Roche chairman general motors Torp. Briton starts lonely voyage Hamble England a a. Birth told newsmen the 30-year-old briton set off Sun worst part voyage will be Day to sail alone around Ong haul Between Cape world nonstop the wrong Way. J Horn zealand. Iaone get bored. There s too much to he will set a Southwest course for Cape Horn on the tip of South America and then head four years ago while still m Alretta Southern Pacific for j the British army birth rowed the toe of Africa and Atlantic with capt. John Back into the Atlantic. Ridgeway in 92 Days. This route will take him j a year Ater be tried to sail against the prevailing winds the nonstop by the easter and currents. On the map it. Route but was forced to give works out at Miles. Birth j up was in a race Spon said he expects to cover a sorted by a British newspaper Miles by the time he s finished i Only one Man Robin Knox tacking and to spend at least a Jonnston completed the course. Among the books birth is Tak ing is the strange voyage of professor says jews beat Columbus Here new York a a bran Deis University professor sail sunday evidence has been Dis covered that jews fleeing in mans in the Middle East came West and discovered America years before Columbus. Cyrus h. Gordon professor of Mediterranean studies at bran Deis said the evidence is an inscription found in a burial Mound in Tennessee in 1885. The inscription he said was found on a one of nine skeletons in the Mound but when the inscription was photo graphed and published by the smithsonian institution in 1894, it was printed upside Down and its significance went unnoticed. The Stone is at the smithsonian museum in Washington. Last August Gordon said or. Joseph d. Mahan jr., of the co Lumbus Georgia museum of arts and crafts sent a photo graph of the inscription to Gor Don because Mahan was con Vinced there were connections Between the indians of the Southeastern United states and he Peoples of Eastern Mediterranean in ancient times. Upon studying the inscription Gordon said he discovered that its five letters Are in the writing style of Canaan the promised land of the israelite some where Between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean. The fifth letter of the inscription Gordon said corresponds o the style of writing found on hebrew coins of the roman period. He translates the inscription to read for the land of the archaeological Cir it stances of the Gor Don said Rule out any Chance f fraud or forgery and the in Cristion attests to a migration of jews. Probably to escape he Long hand of Rome after the disastrous jewish defeats in 70 and 135 servicemen Navy Man gets award dental technician 3rd class Lide n. Harlee was recently awarded an award of the Navy achievement medal with combat distinguishing device. Army platoon sgt. Wallace Raincy son of mrs. Ida m. Gainey of Florence recently received the Silver Star in Vietnam. Marine Lance Corporal Clarence d. Robinson husband of the former miss Harriett c. Schwarz of John s Island was awarded the Navy commendation medal with combat vat Marine corps base Camp Lejeune. . Pfc. Lewis c. Jeffords son of or. And mrs. George l. Jeffords of Florence received the army commendation medal recently while serving with the Amyrical div. In Vietnam. Specialist 4 e m a n u e 1 Williamson son of mrs. Ethel l. Graham of Darlington received the army commendation medal aug. I while serving with t h e Jordan s furniture co. Florence s largest discount furniture store your Sealy posture edic dealer Pampico Hwy. 669-8513 America div. Artillery near Chu Lai Vietnam. Spec. 6 Ralph e. Lewis son of mrs. Edna t. Lewis of Conway. Recently received the army commendation medal while serving with the 69th Engineer in. Near can Tho Vietnam. Major James p. Springs jr., son of or. And mrs. James p. Springs of North Myrtle Beach s. C. Has received his second award of the air Force commendation medal for meritorious service in Southeast Asia. Transferred it. Col. Charles h. Browne son of or. And mrs. Howard s. Mcgill. Recently left to report to head Pacific command amp ii. M. Smith Hawaii. Col. Browne s duties As commander electronic officer will place him on the joint staff of commander in chief in the Pacific. During the past 2 years col. Browne served As director to the tactical air control systems div. In the Usan Fairground officer school auxiliary Field Fla. He will be accompanied by his wife and youngest son Lav. His daughter Mario a senior at Furman. And son Chip a Sophomore a t Clemson will join them in the summer. Promoted pfc. Beauford g. Prevail a son of h. B. Prevatte of Mullins was promoted to spec. 4, sept. 10 at army air base Vietnam. Duke opticians dispensing optician Lens duplicated frames repaired. Prescriptions for classes filled and sunglasses. Presidential assist president Nixon gives a helping hand to a fallen photographer saturday in Ocean Grove n. J. The photographer covering Nixon As he campaigned for new Jersey Republican Candi Date Nelson Cross had fallen into a hedge. Cross is a candidate for the Senate. A year. His Craft is the 59-foot Ketch British steel paid for by Brit Ain s state owned steel Corpora Tion. She is equipped with hundreds of dehydrated meals crates of Gin whisky and Sherry and special packs for Christ Mas and easter. Birth s 26-year-old wife Mau Reen and 3-year-old daughter Samantha sailed with him to the starting line on the Hamble Estuary on England s South coast. Hundreds of weekend sailors Ivere out to see him off. Donald Crowhurst was a fellow competitor in the round the world race. The Lone Liness affected him and he finally disappeared at sea believing according to his detailed log that he was god. Birth s wife said she is re signed to the Long separation and its obvious dangers. He s got this in his blood and you can t Stop she added. Zenith hearing aids 160 w. Cheves 662-069

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