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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 17, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaFood morning it s monday september our 50th 260 Florence s. C. If if daily 10sunday 15 new swedish King assumes his throne to i Stocki Iol cheered by Lam Sands of his subjects and honoured with i 12 gunshot naval Salute. King Carl Xvi Gustat assumed Sweden s Ali Reno sunday. Lie flow in from he Royal summer residence at a leasing Borg in Southern Sweden where his Grandfather King i Adolf tied saturday night. The King s death automatically elevated his grandson. 27-year-Nld Carl Gus to the throne. Carl Gus Lars lather was killed in a 1947 plane crash. About 10.000 swedes gathered Nul Side the Royal Palace sunday afternoon chaining we want 10 Sec our King we want to Sec rms they applauded when he appeared in a window and waved. Naval guns fired a -12-Salvo Salute in the late King and Hen another -12 rounds fur the new tile new King Anil inc Royal family All dressed in Black attended services at Stockholm Cathedral. As they did. Preparations were under Way the funeral of the dead a Anarch. His body is to be irm Ghl to Stock wlm in a 2-Hnuj tuesday. A norral ceremonies dig Lilied by the presence of most royalties and Heads of stale have in Jan scheduled Lor sept. Court mourning ordered for six weeks. The death of the aged Monar whatsit firm does heroics Portland. Ore. When All else fails even Reading the instructions Roll Linjord can help. Finjord owns the whatsit As Sembly co. Which makes heroes out of husbands and fathers who become enraged and embarrassed trying to As semble purchases. A frequent customer is the father who thinks he s buying his son a shiny new 10 Speed bicycle but receives instead a Carton of Loose parts and a Sheet of cryptic Assembly instructions. Afler a morning of trying to fit Rod x into disc 21 and Center front Pinion 25-a More attach ing Boll w. The sweating cur sing father jams thu whole mess Hack Only the Carton Anil deposits it with the whatsit As Sembly co. Which is listed in the yellow pages. I Injoo d puts the Bike log other quickly neatly and right. He charges about Sio. More than 111 per cent of the merchandise Yon buy is sold kid k knocked Down full says Kinord. The freight costs and labor w mild boost the Price Way out of some of finjord s customers come to him close to tears. Music Hall near closing again new York al1 of keeping the radio City music Hall open appeared dim sunday As management and Union stayed on collision course in contract negotiations. The parties arc extremely far apart on said Vince no Mcdonnell chair Man of the stale mediation Board and there s no Way they re going to agree unless i h c r e arc some drastic the music Hall one o Lac Nalion s top Louril attractions has threatened to close monday night unless it could reach an agreement Wilh stagehands and musicians that would Cul losses. Awk 230 million paying customers have visited the music Hall since it opened in i9it. Mcdonnell said he was spending sunday with manage rial and had arranged to see leaders of inc stagehands and musicians on monday. He generated some confusion about he parliamentary elections sunday. Newspapers reported Many Calls from voters wondering whether he Royal death meant the polling had been called off. Radio newscasts repeatedly advised swedes that the Vole was on. The King will he buried at the Haga Castle Royal burial site near the grave of Queen Louise. Election goes on Stockholm. Sweden a forty years of social demo cratic Rule appeared headed to Ward an end As Caily tabulations gave a slender Lead to a non socialist coalition in Sun Day s general election. Wilh i70 Mil of ii.24-1 districts reporting. I lie first computer projections gave the opposition a 177-173 majority in the 350 seat parliament. The communist parly which had Given he minority social democrats a ruling majority appeared certain to Clear the Lour per cent needed for representation in parliament. Among the first to Vole in Stockholm was Premier Olof palme. The leaders of us Small but influential communist party and the three non socialist Par ties were also Early voters. While the swedes gathered at the polling stations heir new King. Carl Guilaf. Returned to Stockholm and the body of the dead Monarch. Gustaf Adolf rested in the City Hospital of 3110 Miles South of Stockholm. His British Horn second wife who died in 1965. Tint Monarch was taken from his summer residence at Lliel Ingborg to the Hospital i Here on aug. 18 for treatment of a gastric ulcer. He had been near death since an aug. 21 operation but rallied several times to the astonishment of his doctors and satisfaction of his King ii staf i Adolf earned the respect and admiration of his countrymen during his 23 years on the throne. Hundreds of thousands cheered him As he Rode Bare headed in a chill wind through the is reels of Stockholm in his 90th birthday last mov. 11. A sportsman like his father before him. He played Lennis and Golf until an advanced age. His grand passion was archaeology and he joined a swedish expedition in Italy annually to probe for Al tuscan artefacts. A new swedish King greeted As he arrives at Bromma Airport in Stockholm King flew into nation s capital from Hel Ingborg where his Grandfather King Gustaf i died saturday dolphins winners in opening games the Miami dolphins got off on the winning track sunday defeating san Francisco in their opener. Page 2-b. A Carlsville school principal spends his spare Lime helping students continue their educations. Page 1-b. Mrs. Salvador Allende arrived in Mexico City sunday to accept political Asylum. Page 3-a. Index ask Andy 7b classified 3b comics farm health sports women 7b 5a 6a 2b 7a weather variable cloudiness Chance of showers. Considerable cloudiness As warm tuesday with Chance of showers. High lower 80 s. Lows mid 60 s. Details Page 2-a. Chrysler Law bargain workers still off jobs cambodian fight flares pj1xom pin ii a offensive operations by govern ment troops continued on the outskirts of Kampong Chain sunday and the military command said fighting and insurgent shelling flared up in Al least three other areas of Cam Bodia. Col. Am Kong chid spokesman for the command said clashes continued in the University compound at Kampong Cham in inc Western Section of the City and at Bociung Kok to inc North. Am Kong returning from a Day in Kampong Cham. 47 Miles Neil heal of phenom penh said life among inc civilian population of the City had shown a marked improvement Over the last few Days. Ten rounds of Khmer Rouge Mot Lar fire fell on siem Heap. 1-13 Miles Northwest of plumm penh killing two civilians and wounding 15. Am Hong said. He said insurgent fire also was reported about one mile North of the area Sile of the angkor wat ruins where fighting had not been reported in recent weeks. In the venom penh area the capital s two vital Supply routes remained int while the Khmer Rouge struck about nine Miles from phenom penh blocking Highway i to the South vietnamese Border. No Koit. Mich api got gators bargained into the night sunday in an Effort to end a two Day strike by 112.000 United Auto workers Union members that has already pre vented production of 4.lioo new Chrysler corp. Cars. There were no indication of any Progress in More than eight hours of closed door sessions despite a hopeful Rem re As the talks recessed saturday night. The optimistic note came from Charles Brooks president of United Auto workers local 441 in Windsor. On. And a Union negotiator representing Ca Nadian hourly workers. Chrysler has gotten the message the Law is damned serious about working conditions and is going to do some thing about Brooks told newsmen late saturday. The atmosphere in i Here is not As cold As it has been both sides Are working More diligently than the Ca Nadian added after nearly 12 hours of negotiations. Of. We be got a blackout Haven t Brooks said in apparent astonishment As he slipped behind inc doors of the negotiating rooms where news men cannot follow. Brooks comments were the Only Public ones made by either Side about the strike which be Gan at Midnight Friday. Both company and Union have agreed to suppress any Public comment about progess in their bargaining. A Chrysler Public relations Man accused his counterpart at the Law of permitting Brooks to make an inexcusable breach of Lac the Law staff member said later. I told him Brooks he was holding a news conference hoping he d take the hint. Poet laureate Dies at age 90 John Mitchell probe target i Rutledge. The Pool laureate of South Carolina and author of 95 books died sunday Al his ancestral plan Lalion Home in his country of South Carolina. He was 90. Pulled go was named the slate s Pool laureate in 1934 for his enormous output of poems Many of them about the coastal land of Rice Fields and marshes. Watergate panel needs Only to hear Nixon tapes Washington api Federal grand jury invest Galing the watergate break in and cover up has Only to hear the White House tape recordings before deciding whether to is sue indictments. The associated press has Learned that the grand jury has heard All other available Evi Dence in the Case and. Except for listening to the apes is ready to Vole on indictments charging conspiracy to obstruct Justice and perjury. The office of special watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox had no comment on the Mailer. Sources said nearly All of the charges that might he issued by Lac grand jury would involve the Effort to thwart the investigation of the june 17. 1972 break in Al democratic National commile Headquarters. Cox has argued in court thai Lac tapes of nine watergate related. Presidential conversations arc important evidence in determining the extent of the cover up particularly whether lie president was involved and whether some witnesses lied to the grand jury and the Senate watergate committee. Several prominent former Nixon administration officials and Campaign aides have been identified As targets of the investigation. They include former ally. Gen. John Mitchell former White House aides ii. H. A Haldeman. John Ehrlichman and w. Dean Iii and former assist and. Adv. Robert c. Mardian. And the nearby Ocean and the wildlife and fish in the area. In an interview Wilh the associated press on his 87th birth Day. Rut ledge said this plan tation boy has lived a Long life. And a Happy life and a misspent chuckling Al his joke. Rut Lodge said he could t think of one thing to would change in his life although i have made a few mistakes bul All men Are subjected to his works appeared in such publicans As the Atlantic monthly. Harper s Magazine the Christian Herald the new York times poetry Magazine and Good housekeeping. Of his Many books the Best known was Home on the River Wilh his Plantation Home the Selling. Although he spent most of his life away from Hampton with its columned House and the great stretches of Marchland. In seemed every in his heart and in his writing. The House Al Hampton has been built in 1730 and when in came into his Possession. Rul ledge restored the decaying Home to its former Granduer. One of his last books was the Woods and wild things i a collection of Sto Ries from his Days along the South Carolina coast. He said at Hal time i fear chilean Junta issues warning to armed resisters Santiago. Chile a the Junta Hal Lopp cd Salvador Allende reported sunday hat armed civilians were still re sisting military authorities and warned they will be killed unless they Lay Down their weapons. Al least three persons have been summarily executed since Allende died in last tuesday s military coup according to offi Cial figures. Well informed unofficial sources put the num Ber Al More than 11 and said another 3.000 arc detained at stadiums. According to Lac sources arrested persons Are first questioned in a Small stadium Nezir downtown Santiago. If they Are accused of criminal action. Icy Are moved to the larger National stadium in the suburb where the situation is then Many people have been condemned to death and executed in the National stadium including the sources asserted. The reports of executions and a Large number of arrests have not been confirmed by the Jun to although it has Renc Ledly warned thai those who resist will be executed immediately. Helicopters flew Over san Lingo on sunday dropping Leaf less Hal declared the Junta would not urn a inv from executing without delay those terrorists who attack soldiers or carry arms the Junta has announced the executions of three persons accused of re sibling the new re Gime. Two were identified As extremists and the third was snid to to a policemen who killed two of his superiors. Gen. Augusto Pinochet presi Dent of the Junta. Said on a television show saturday night Hal groups of rebels misled by marxism were continuing to resist the military. I have to protect my the general said and sadly Iacre Are still some armed groups who insist on at tacking which Means that the military rules of wartime apply to the a Linn against civilians Loyal to Allende. Who died in the coup appeared to slow Down saturday night after intense confrontations in the Industrial suburbs of the capital. The number of killed and wounded since the coup re Mains Uncertain. The official estimate provided by the Junta is 16 dead and 110 injured by gunfire during military operations against holdout supporters of Allende. Unofficial estimates Range from 500 to several thousand dead and More injured. A Delegate of the Junta said in Mendoza. Argentina thai chileans arc suffering from a severe food shortage. The envoy. Jorge David came to to buy beef potatoes and wheat for shipment to Chile to ease the shortages already building up during the strike plagued final Days of the Allende regime. Allende. Fi5. Was elected in october 1970 As he first freely chosen marxist Leader in South America. He had campaigned on a pledge to Lead Chile Down the Road to socialism but ran into opposition in inc opposition con rolled legislature. His May be my last Book and i ind in a hard Book to write be cause there Are so Many Vrcel Chad people still alive. 1 Lave to he careful what i say Rutledge was born in Mcclellanville. Oct. 23, 18b3. Ilis father was col. Henry mid Lelon pulled go and his Mother Margaret Hamilton Seabrook Rutledge. His schooling began Al Mcclellanville and later Al por ice military Academy in Char lesion and thence to Union col lege in new York where he graduated in lilo a. For 30 years he taught Lish and later was head of he department Al Lac Marc Casburg Academy in Mercersburg. A. During his years he received 20 honorary degrees and Many lil Crary awards

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