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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 29, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaFhil Ruttig thursday Octor a a pm reports its first quarterly loss in 24 years Detroit a general motors corp. Reported its first quarterly loss in 24 years wednesday. Pm reported a million loss for the july september period Unis year compared with a prof it of j230 million for the same three months of 1969. Pm s last quarterly loss was reported in the first Quarter of 1946, when As now the Corpora Tion was shut Down by a strike of the United Auto workers Union. The current strike however affected Only the last 15 Days of the Quarter having been called sept. 15 to support new contract wage and fringe benefits de mands of the Law. From the walkout to the end of the Quarter oct. 1, pm continued ship ment of already built cars. The loss dropped pm s earn Ings for the first nine months of this year to million from billion in the january sep tember Span of 1969. Pm s first Quarter profit was million and its second Quarter million. Board chairman James m. Roche and president Edward n. Cole said in a joint statement the decline in sales was due to the vehicle production lost in the United states and Canada Fae cause of the strike called by the United automobile workers and a longer shutdown in the . And Canada for Model changeover because of the extensive changes in certain regu Lar size pm s third Quarter loss was the equivalent of 28 cents a share of common Stock com pared with earnings of 79 cents per share in the comparable period last year. For the first nine months of the year earnings were compared with last year. A common Stock dividend of 85 cents per share was paid in the third quarters of both years. Ford s third Quarter sales were up 36 per cent and Chrys Ler s Only million shy of those for the july september Quarter car crackdown Lima Peru a Many peruvians fail to report car sales to avoid the seller s tax of 2% per cent and the 1% per cent buyers tax so the government offered a Reward to those who report such cases half the Price the car brings at auction after it is confiscated. Last year. Chrysler is the Only member of the big three to who a loss for the year million because of a first Quarter loss of million. Pm s nine month sales this United Auto workers Roche and Cole said Well before the strike dead line pm made every reason Able Effort to arrive an an Equi table settlement. The made to the Law on sept. 11 was unprecedented in the corporation s history in the size and scope of its benefits. Year were 11 per cent off those for the same three quarters of last year billion against billion. The company reported its worldwide factory sales in this year s third Quarter totalled units off 34 per cent from 1.4 million last year. In dollars sales were off 29 per cent. Commenting on current new contract negotiations with the named or. Joynt. Or. Joynt1 Edmonton Alta. A Man who analyses marijuana in the Royal Canadian mounted police crime Laboratory fight the High Cost of living Roll out the barrels Roll in the savings. Sales338 Reg. Pc. Game Dia. Game table and 4 swivel chairs. Reg. Pc. Bar wide bar 2 swivel stools and Reg. Pc. Sofa barrel sofa 2 end tables Coffee table. Reg. Pc. Barrel group includes sofa 2 end tables Coffee table game table and 4 chairs bar 2 bar stools and Wall lamp. Put this set where the action s liveliest. It la shrug off the hardest Wear. Kiln dried barrels Are ringed with steel hoops have a Rich Oak finish. Cushioning is Latex foam rubber or polyurethane foam. Sale prices effective through saturday. In ninja buy now while prices Are Low. Charge it at Vermeys. Open til 9 nightly Elena s new look Elena Arroyo on otomi Indian girl was born seven years ago in a Remote mexican Village without ears. For that reason some tribesmen told her parents they should kill her. But a missionary at work among the indians took her to Oklahoma City where an operation gave her hearing for the firs time and made it possible for her o learn to speak. Realistic industries in Oakland calif., heard of the girl s plight and offered to donate a pair of artificial ears. This week the girl walked into the factory and received her ears. A Campus speakers report banned in court ruling Washington a de lating an official House report in Campus speakers was issued solely for the Sake of exposure a Federal Edge wednesday prohibited its Public distribution by the gov a Ament. . District judge Gerhard Gesell in a landmark conf notation Between the courts and Congress ruled the list o 5 so called militant Radical or communist oriented speakers serves no valid legislative Pur Ose. Gesell permanently enjoined the . Public Printer from printing the report at Public expense. But he specifically re fused to prohibit individual con Gressmen from distributing it o their own. There Are undoubtedly ind visuals who would destroy of institutions and form of govern Gesell said in his order if any of them Are listed in Thi report our Constitution nevertheless preserves their High o speak even though their acts May be Gesell s court order appears be the first Ever to prohibit Congress from publicly dist rib Ting an official report. And be Ell said it was the first to be ased on the doctrine of valid legislative purpose. Chairman Richard ii. Ichord -mo., of the House internal Security pre ared the report concluding that he Campus speaking circuit helps finance promoters of Dis orderly and revolutionary activity among he will Appeal Gesell s order. Gesell said the 25-Page report self states it is not related to any legislation but it intended instead to Alert University presi ends alumni and parents to extent of Campus i promoting the Radical Revolti. Onary the conclusion is i Escapa he said that the report either serves nor was intended 0 serve any purpose but the one explicitly indicated in the re Ort to inhibit further speech n College campuses by those Ted individuals and others those political persuasion is not n Accord with that of members if the Gesell called the report a blacklist and urged Congress to curb what he called its increasing tendency to investigate for exposure s Sake rather than develop legislation. The court order was won by the american civil Union but Gesell denied its re quest to also prohibit individual congressmen from publicly distributing report ruling1 information in this report involves matters o the court order was won by he american civil liberties Union but Gesell denied its re Irest to also prohibit individual ingress Man from publicly distributing the report ruling information in this report in. Olves matters of Public con Ern and the court will action which limits the use that div dual congressmen choose d make of the the report is based on a sur in of 179 . Campuses 95 hich returned Complete nation showing that the 65 med speakers received for 155 Campus s Over the past two years. It stops Short of Oney financed r disorderly activities. Students reveal marijuana use Washington a Only one in every 33 High school Stu dents contacted in a National Survey approved of students us no hard drugs but one in every 10 said they personally used marijuana. More than girls and boys 16 to 18 years old top scholars in Public private and parochial schools respond id to the 70-question Survey distributed by Merit publishing co., Northfield 111. Asked if they approved of the use of Ltd Speed or heroin 96 per said no 3 per cent approved and 1 per cent failed to answer. Three out of four expressed the belief that marijuana use could Lead to the use of other drugs. In answer to another question on drugs 75 per cent expressed disapproval of marijuana use by High school students but 10 per cent said they used marijuana now and 21 per cent said they would use it if it were legalized. On sex relations 53 per cent expressed disapproval of pre marital sexual Intercourse 42 per approved and 5 per cent failed to answer the ques lion. Twenty four per cent of the students ducked the question Vixen asked whether they had anticipated in sexual relations. Of those answering 16 per cent said they had and 60 per cent said they had not. The sponsors said dents put together the 70 ques ions that ranged from Vietnam of drug use and National politics of ecology. The students split almost Venly on whether they would consider an interracial marriage. Forty nine per cent said they would 48 per cent said no and 3 per cent failed to answer. The question. A substantial majority 84 per cent said they would move into an integrated neighbourhood. On National politics 52 per cent said president doing a Good Job and Mes Felt that ending the Vietnam War is the nation s no. 1 priority. Do your Christmas shopping Early give a portrait from Blackmon s studio country diner serving cafeteria 11 . . Boxes to go no waiting Choice of 3 meats and 6 vegetables just pay for what you try our saturday and sunday special open 6 . To . 301 n. Across from Hwy. Deal. 1 669-ww

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