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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 7, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaSkylab records Sun explosion Florence morning news Friday september 5-a Spack can kit. Llou Slon instruments recorded an explosion on Itic Sun thursday equal to too Mil lion atomic bombs and which created a mushroom Cloud larger than five earths officials said. The explosion classified is major solar flare started at 5 . Kit and radiation from in began disrupting some Short wave communications on Earth shortly afterwards scientists said. Skylab 2 astronauts Alan l Dean Jack r. Lousma and or. Owen k. I Arriola were asleep aboard the orbiting Laboratory at the time of the flare but Mission control turned on space station instruments and automatically recorded data on the Mare. Or. Loo Lirman of the National oceanographic and atmospheric administration said a Cloud of radiation and hot gases mushrooming up from the Sun s surface during the cafeteria Friday flare reached five Earth Diame ters within five minutes. The flare said Lirman was about 100 million limes the Energy in the san Francisco earthquake. This is about 100 million times the strength of a one megaton atomic bomb in effect the flare by Ilir Niin s calculations would about equal one billion atomic bombs of the size dropped on Hiro Shima in world War ii. Temperatures in the midst of he flare said Lirman. Would Angl from several million to a jillion degrees. Most of the harmful radiation coming to from the flare is filtered my by the atmosphere hut Lair Nan said some Short wave Din transmissions were being cafeteria luncheon special served 11a.m.-8p.m. Filet of flounder hush puppies Cole Sale and Fries 29 breakfast specials served daily 8a.m. 11 . One egg 79c two eggs 99c served with grits or hash Browns Toast Coffee interrupted. An even stronger flare of this Type such As one which occurred a year ago. He said can cause electrical trans formers to switch off and can present a Hazard to passengers in a supersonic transport flying in the upper atmosphere. By collecting data on such solar eruptions he said skylab experiments May help scientists to develop a method of predicting Lares. Space officials meanwhile announced that doctors checking medical data on the astronauts have deter mined they arc fit to continue with the Mission of skylab 2. Bean. Garriola and in Wisma Are scheduled to stay in space 59 Days but doctors conduct a weekly medical review to As sure the effects of space travel is not endangering the Astro nauts. William c. Schneider the skylab director said the doctors believe it is Safe for the Mission to continue until at least sept. 11. Another medical review is scheduled next week. The astronauts were in the a 1st Day of their Mission and had already exceeded the planned amount of solar Obser vation. Officials said they have conducted 200 hours of Sun watching with Telescope Cam eras. Only 186 hours were planned for the whole Mission but the Sun was More Active than expected. The astronauts also con ducted medical experiments and photographed parts of the Earth. Some teachers still striking by the associate i press students in scattered american communities kept their school clothes in the closet thursday As teacher strikes exl e n d c d summer vacation. Teachers in the nation s fifth largest system Detroit s remained on the picket lines. Strikes in Detroit surround ing suburbs and other Michigan districts Are said to affect g50. Oof pupils according to the Michigan education association. Thirty five school districts including Detroit. Hint and wore struck by the teachers. Most of the strikes came in Del roil suburbs. Wayne county circuit court judge Thomas a. A Olcy heard a motion thursday by the Detroit school Board requesting a Lom p o r a r y restraining order against the strike. The hearing was recessed until Friday with no decision handed Down. Only about a Quarter of the City s 270.000 pupils went to school wednesday. About 5 per cent of the teachers slowed up. Karly indications were thai about the same numbers were at the schools thursday. Detroit teachers want a i.7 per cent pay raise Hie school Board says privately offer about 5 per cent. The Youngstown Ohio school Board voted to close the system s 40 schools and to give the superintendent authority to fire More Hart 1.000 striking teachers and 7so nonteaching employees. The superintendent said he would not use the authority imme Billy Graham prone Miod to the arg nil congregation in his carom1 at the closing mooting in soul Korea Over one million in attendance Al Yodido Plaza in Seoul. Korean children s choir sing Grace and korean team members participating Cliff Barrows George Beverly Shea and Tekld Smith. Or. Graham s subject the love of Yodido dial Ely. Few of the system s pupils showed up thursday the third Day of the strike. Strikers have ignored a court order to return to work. The Youngstown District was the third in Ohio to shut Down because of a teachers strike. Walkouts closed the schools in Campbell and Hocking. Ohio. In California the Cupertino elementary school District which children was closed by a teachers strike. The walkout affected 42 schools the largest elementary Dis Ricl in the stale. The teachers want a 4.5 per cent pay boost. Solar Caine relieves sunburn pain fast America s no. 1 sunburn reliever. Cools the Burn. Moisturizes that tight dry hot skin. Choose Spray foam lotion Cream. Al Antiseptic Spray relieves Antiseptic solar Caine lotion relieves sunburn pain minor Burns skin injuries pain Burns curators of seasonable drug prices Florence mall Southwark shopping Center available at both Eckerd s drugs1 Billy Graham Koref crusade we re ready if you . A Bow ch.13 that is we re ready to accept Job applications from folks in this area who think they might Benefit from and enjoy working with us at Bur new Palmetto Plant Here in the pee Dee Well be making polyester Staple fiber just like that the accompanying photo shows being baled for shipment at the Salisbury n. C., Plant of fiber industries. Our Palmetto Plant is going up rapidly just off Mclver Road Between Darlington and Florence. By october 12 Well be needing to make firm Job of fers to 35 or 40 folks with the Hope that they la take us up on the offer and begin on the Job training on or about october 29. Our personnel people have set up shop in room 5201 of the Allied health building at Florence Darlington. Tec. They la be accepting employment applications production and Cleri Cal there from 8 a. M. To 8 p. M. Mon Days through fridays and from 8 a. M. To 2 p. M. On saturdays. Tec director Fred fore has had directional signs posted All Over the place. So there should be no problem in finding room 5201. Our people will take it from there with application forms Ond an explanation of interview and pre employment training and orientation procedures. None of which is very complicated. Our people Are new to the Friendly pee Doe. But Well guarantee them to be Friendly helpful and delighted to see you. So like we said. If you re ready we Are where people Are our most important fiber industries inc. An equal oppor Lenity employer

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