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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 3, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaOur47th year no. 246 the Only daily paper published in Eastern South Carolina Florence s. A thursday morning september 3, 1970 daily ids sunday ise Nasa cancels two of six Apollo flights Eye Wisconsin bomb suspects personnel reduction scheduled Washington a Over the Strong objections of two advisory boards the Money shy space Agency announced wednesday that it is dropping two of its six future Moon land ing flights and reducing its personnel by 700 More people. The two Saturn 5 launch vein cles already paid for and Deli cred will be put in Mothballs for possible use for Earth orbit laboratories. By spacing the four flights six j months apart beginning with Apollo 14 next Jan. 31, the Agency will Complete the Apollo pro Gram with the launch of Trenum j Breed Apollo 17 in june 1972. It plans to launch skylab Orbital workshop to be visited by three Crews of three men november of that year. That Means after june 1973 when the skylab program ends there Are no More manned flights on schedule. The space Agency Hopes to have a shuttle reusable spacecraft that can take off and land like an Airliner by 1976 or 1977. I the lunar and planetary missions Board and the space science Board of the National Academy of sciences have completed their review of Apollo lunar Mission alternatives and strongly recommend that Nasa carry out All six remaining lunar said or. Thomas 0. Paine the outgoing Nasa administrator. However based on operational and both Short and Long term economic considerate ins we have most reluctantly concluded that a reduction of these Are a few of the thousands of dead fish at Wber authorities were not immediately Able to determine cause of the Kil find thousands of dead fish floating in loiter s l 4 men hunted by Fri Washington a Fri agents wednesday charged four Young men including an editor of the student newspaper with sabotage destruction of govern ment property and conspiracy in connection with the aug. 24 explosion at the University of Wisconsin math Center. Fugitive warrants against the j four were issued after what Fri j director j. Edgar Hoover de scribed As a very extensive j a 3.3-year-old.-physicist, Rob Jert Al Fassnacht was killed and four others were wounded when by Ralph Kaney news staff writer thousands of dead fish we two of the remaining apjllo1 discovered wednesday floating for analysis to deter i of the fish kill. Officials noted that a heavy. Oily substance was in t h e Lake. They said it is possible the. Blast Tore through the uni s Sterling Hall . Aug. 24. J. Three other persons were injured. Those charged included being sought by the Fri Here Are the Teton the four by the Fri with sabotage destruction of government property and conspiracy in connection with the aug 24 explosion at the University of Wisconsin math Center. They Are. From left Dwight Armstrong 19, Madison wis., Karl Armstron 22, his brother who attended the University and David Fine 18, who was a student at the University and night editor of the Dailey the student paper. The then Are being sought. A big Leaf glut cited suspend tobacco sales for flights should be on Lowder s Lake near Mecha Paine who leaves ept id said the a will be substantial. His Post pics vile in Darlington county Haye be that 11 sept. 15, said the amount saved i but authorities were not Able to j to deplete this determine a cause immediate a Large body of Nasa had requested Billy. I ii a i. Ltljl1-. Aasu a 13 to Muir Lloldi t i whatever has caused in is the pollution could have Comel Karleton Lewis Armstrong 22, tobacco in Helfrich said has from the pee Dee River since j and Dwight Alan Armstrong 19, j belts win us in All completely depleted the Lake Lake connects with the Riv Brothers. The Milwaukee Jour of next week to give buying i Nowc fun to of whorl i if it i i i Raleigh a flue cured sales in All operating will be suspended for All oxygen he added Hugh Dargan a resident said see fish Page 3a billion but he of from l Index Condeni offices Apprbpria-1 wildlife commission the South Lions Bill was vetoed by presi Carolina pollution control a Donl Nixon Hority and the Darlington coun the new operate Iii plan will to sheriff s department made Cost exactly what Congress in the scene inspection theorized before the veto. De Helfrich of Florence an strive to save Mideast Parley Nal in a copyrighted Story pub companies an Opportunity to relished wednesday described the move Leaf from warehouse iwo As admirers of cuban prime minister Fidel Castro. Also charged were David Syl Ivan Fine 18, student night Edi of the daily Cardinal and Leo Frederick Burt. 22, a sum Mer student at the University. J the Fri said the elder i Strong brother had formerly at tended the University and de scribed his younger brother As a High school dropout. Floors and catch up in their processing operations. The decision to declare a week Long sales first since september 1967-was made Here tuesday night by the Industry wide flue cured Tobac co marketing committee. An 11-Man subcommittee recommended the action after hearing reports that several buying firms have had difficulty North vietnamese vow to fight Fine was identified by the budget by million to ascribed the Waters of the i Washington a faced said promised arms Shin h t million. Other major As very he said j with Firra evidence ofe Guptan i m it Towel a i a will come from million less samples of water fish and vege-1 cease fire violations the United i continuing. Of the Radical Stu for tracking and data Acquini ration Are being sent to thei Stales sought wednesday to pre-1 Laird additionally indicated for a democratic society lion and another million authority s Laboratory in Colum vent a breakdown of the mid us willingness to replace is Lal the of Delaware truce and to save the phantom jets was ones of the Ling talks on a peace settlement m get be lost future combat. Linked the Fri to Tneia current . Delivery of the Fri announcement said that Sterling Hall for several of serious concern i do somatic Side about these mat comes off the million re-1----- quest for construction of facilities. Paine said the minimum operating budget is being established at million which will require the Agency to re Duce employment by 900 people Jet blast kills to i a i department press officer Rob led i free americans in j. Mccroskey said with Saigon a three Amer the North vietnamese observed their 25th Independence Day with a vow to fight to the end. See Page 4d. A Man believed to be a former mental patient threw stones at Pope Paul i but the pontiff was not hit. See Page 2d. Classes at the state s newest four year College Francis Marion College at Florence began wednesday As registration continued to Rise. See Page 2a. Index ask Andy 7d classified 4d comics 7d deaths 2a editorials 4a markets 8a sports 9a women 6a including 200 whose dismissal had been announced previously. In addition the reduced flight schedule will mean a Cut of nearly More contractor employees whose ranks already have been Cut by some the administrator had asked the advisory boards to consider the options of flying All six remaining missions or five or four. They recommended All six be carried out even if it meant postponing the skylab program. It should be recognized that any reduction in the number of missions will seriously threaten the ability of the total Apollo program to answer first order scientific the report ters. De in the fiery explosion of a Marine corps phantom Jet fighter bomber at Danang air the cease fire standstill base the . Thursday. Military arranged a meeting with israeli f0r a democratic society which i ambassador Yitzhak Rabin protested it As a link of the uni weather partly Cloudy and continued warm through Friday. Chance of afternoon and evening showers. High 90 Low 70. Details Page 3a. Ere sad to Beer fee v Euclid a command said trained and the political talks ins. Among other things for a Mirc Narl i to of pursued. British rocket fails to orbit London a a Prema Ture Power cutoff in a second stage rocket wednesday caused the failure of Britain s first at tempt to put a satellite into or bit informed sources said Here. A Short Burn of this stage of the Black Arrow three stage rocket launched at Woomera Australia made it go too slowly to get the 180 Pound satellite into orbit the source said. The trouble plagued rocket has Cost Britain million 1o develop Over the last five years. Big Jet was being refuelled on the ground wednesday night when it suddenly caught fire and began burning. Firemen were trying to put out the Blaze when the plane exploded. The plane had no bombs or rickets aboard when it blew up spokesmen a worried Israel that the United states will not allow the military balance to swing against and to urge it to Send its peace Delegate Back to talks with the arabs. Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird gave Public reassurance at a news conference and labor Day motorists cautioned on fatigue Washington a the passed along these tips to j Public . Statement a knowl i the students for a demo edging egyptian violations. Cratic society to use Al j Means at their disposal to Force Mccloskey left open the Possi the army mathematics re ability of other backstage . J search Center off the diplomatic moves including j the Fri said representations to the egyptians and to the soviets who Are i he has ordered a involved in Egypt s military the sense who he Sald de considered armed and dangerous. The evidence of egyptian truce violations was said by i National transportation safety j Board said today Highway traffic might be lighter this labor Day weekend than last when 612 were killed on the cautioned that Driver fatigue remains a threat to Mil Lions of motorists. Hoard chairman John heed said traffic congestion might be eased because Many schools have opened rather than Start ing classes As usual on the Day after labor Day. But Keck cautioned that Driver fatigue is still a Hazard for returning vacationers and other motorists taking advantage of the three Day weekend and against it 1. Remember that Sun and exercise make for drowsy Drivers. 2. Plan to make extra rest minutes in every two hours of driving particularly on turnpikes. 3. Take turns at the wheel when there arc other Drivers in your car. 4. Don t beat the traffic by leaving after the before the Rush to beat fatigue. 5. Make sure you As Well As your car Are in shape for the trip. . Sources to have been acquired by . Intelligence and is not based merely on israeli charges of Arab cheating. A sponsor of the Stop shooting and Start talking arrangement the United states has been Send ing u2 planes on picture taking missions Over the truce area. While . Sources declined to go into detail they said the Aeri Al photographs and other information show a buildup of antiaircraft missiles in the i2-Milc standstill zone along Egypt s Side of the cease fire line since the truce took effect aug. 8. Such a buildup would violate terms of the truce agreement. Earlier in an aug. State ment the United states had termed inconclusive the Evi Dence c n n c c r n i n g israeli charges that the egyptians had moved missiles Forward in the immediately alter the Casc firc look effect. The Fri announcement made no mention of the group calling itself the new years which claimed responsibility for the bombing in a letter to an underground newspaper. The Fri said the elder Strong brother was last known to be living in Madison and had been employed at a variety of jobs including some time As a Security guard. The Fri said the elder Strong reportedly had shaved off the Beard and Long hair he wore and described him As an alleged drug user. The younger Armstrong whose last known address was the same As his brother a had been working As a chef dish Washer Mechanic and Railroad switchman the Fri said. Burt who lived in Madison while attending the past sum Mer session of the University had also worked As a labourer and a watchman the Fri said. Addresses legion peace extremists chided by Agnew Portland Ore. A the real advocates of peace arc those who seek accommodation not vice president Spiro t. Agnew said wednesday and he called for avoidance of extremes. The vice president told the National american legion Conven Ion that when the american Leople Are faced with a Choice hey will choose the police Man s Truncheon Over the anarchist s bomb but True peace ies neither in bomb nor in Trun Cheon. It lies in that pattern of about delegates greeted Agnew with warm applause but he restrained Tenor of his ice cd generated no bursts of cheering. As Agnew spoke an estimated 100 Long haired youths circled outside the main Entrance chanting Antiwar slogans. They were part of the people s army Jamboree a group of War protestors who had made two anti War marches through Central Portland earlier in the Conven Tion. Their presence during the legion convention had brought forecasts of violence but there was none National guard troops and state county and City police had been mobilized. None of the demonstrators got within 150 Yards or so of the vice president As he was Mutual respect and forbearance whisked by automobile from r is the essence of a civilized heh copter to the memorial Coli Seum. He had flown from san Cle Montc calif., to Portland in air Force 2, in a Surprise last minute change of schedule then was carried from Portland air base to the in cd not coliseum parking lot. He was Back in the air on the Way to Texas and a visit with former president Lyn Don b. Johnson just 05 minutes after he had landed. J finding labor to remove Pur chased tobacco from warehouse floors. Some companies also re ported their retrying facilities were glutted and they needed time to take care of a backlog of Leaf accumulating in their plants. Transportation problems also have plagued the Industry in Many areas spokesmen said. Nobody wants a Holiday but some companies will be forced to withdraw from the markets unless they Are granted said Howard b. Cone of univer Sal Leaf tobacco co., Rich mond va., vice chairman of the Industry committee. David h. Sloan president of the South Carolina farm Bureau and chairman of the sub committee said the goal of the Industry group is to provide maximum buying Competition for the Farmer on every mar Ket. We be sold about million pounds More tobacco this sea son than in the same number of sales Days last Sloan reported to the full committee after a lengthy session of his subcommittee. Cone pointed out that purchases of the 1970 crop have not been As evenly distributed among the buying companies As in 1969. This he said has aggravated the congestion problem for companies that have bought heavily. Another Factor in the situation Cone said is the lateness of the crop in most areas. Rains in july caused the crop to renew its growth and completion of Harvest has been delayed beyond usual dates. The need for Harvest labor on. The farm it was said has made it More difficult for warehouse and buying firms to employ the workers they need. Sales had been scheduled next week for three Days tuesday through thursday All Active Market areas except nine markets of the old Belt which were to operate tuesday through Fri Day. Labor Day on monday was to have been observed As a holi Day. Now All sales for the entire week have been cancelled. The Industry committee adopted a schedule for two weeks be see tobacco Pago

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