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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Florence, South Carolina2-a monday september 21, 1970 Fiat Antt Jan tilts Law walkout Means a very Long strike by . Mahan associated press writer Detroit a the United Auto workers walkout at Gen eral motors plants in the United states and Canada now appears developing into just what Law president Leonard Woodcock said it could a very Long strike. Both sides agree they still Are far apart on Money and that no serious give and take bargain ing has taken place in recent Days on major economic issues. Some sources estimate Seri Ous attempts at settling May not come until november or even later. Fear of Public reaction and blame placing however might be Strong factors in breaking the stalemate before Christmas in the View of some. Continuation to dec. 25 would stretch the strike to 101 Days just 18 Days Short of the Indus try record set by the Law in 1945-46. Negotiations on a new wage contract began in More than two months ago. The Law ordered a walkout 13 Days ago to support its demands. The first weekend bargaining since the strike began produced no announcement of any pro Gress saturday. Negotiations with Ford and Chrysler Osiier members of the have those companies Given strike immunity while the Law seeks to win a automotive big three seen sidetracked and the Industry at pm. Old pacts at All three expired at Midnight sept. 14. Pm is pictured in some quarters As planning to hold out until Union rank and file is sufficiently pinched economically to pres sure Woodcock to come Down off what the compary describes As a Mountain of demands and accept whatever he can grab and end the strike. On the other hand some anticipate pm May move earlier if dealer stockholder and competitive pressures build Arp behind its negotiators. Inventories of pm dealers Are expected to last approximately seven same length of time it is figured the Law s pattern setting agreement for i million strike fund will carry it in paying benefits of to weekly. Pm s new minibar the Vega 2300, has been left at the Start ing Gate while Ford s new Pinto and american motors Gremlin Gallop to overcome . Maket penetration by subcompact imports. Woodcock insists it does t matter whether the Union s million lasts As Long As the strike saying his members Are prepared to conduct an old fashioned strike in the old fashioned without Money As in the Law s Early struggling years. Pm vice president Earl Bramblett insists the company is not yet Able to determine what priorities the Union is placing on 342 issues still on the bargaining table. He says 84 have been settled in noneconomic areas. The Union repeatedly has emphasized demands for a sub Stantial wage increase in the first year of a three year con tract restoration of an unlimited Cost of living escalator in the second and third year and a minimum monthly pension for anyone wishing to retire after 30 years service regardless of age. In recent Days it also has emphasized its desire to add dental care to a company paid plan providing Hospital medical surgical and prescription drug in forecast f i few Kew Bart i monday us Witult forecast a told front that swept across the nation leaving much cooler temperatures in its Wake was forecast to change monday to a stationary front extend ing from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic accompanied by rain and showers. Squalls were forecast for the Florida keys in the predicted path of tropical storm Greta. Warm to hot temperatures were expected in the Southwest with Cool to mod Erate weather forecast for the rest of the nation. A William Gainey society Hill Willian Bill Gainey 39, died saturday afternoon of an apparent hear attack. Funeral services will be con ducted at 4 . Monday in Brown penning on Atkin funeral Home by Rev. Frank earwig. Burial will be in Antioch Baptist Church cemetery. Or. Gainey was born in Darlington county a son of Alberl and Nettie Weatherford Gainey. He was a member of mount Olivette Baptist Church. Surviving Are his parents four Brothers George Gainey of Tampa fla., Frank and Jim Gainey both of Hartsville and James Gainey of Cheraw three Sisters. Mrs. Margaret Winburn of Florence mrs. Shirley Garrett of society Hill and mrs. Patsy Hill of Hartsville. Mrs. Edith Del Vacchio funeral services for mrs. Edith Del Vacchio will be con ducted at . Monday in Waters funeral Home by Rev. Steve Skadron. The body will be shipped to John j. Stretch or. Funeral Home in Howe town pa., where committal services will be conducted thursday at the graveside in Calvary cemetery in lower m e r i a n township. Mrs. Del Vacchio died Satur Day morning after a Long illness. U n l i a it e d Chip Wal vows interiors Cherokee put Shohl James Otis Atkinson Hartsville James Otis Atkinson 54, of route 3, died Early sunday morning in a Hartsville Hospital after a Long illness. Funeral services will be con ducted 4 . Monday in Emmanuel Baptist Church by Rev. Milton g. Frazier and Rev. J. J. Bingham. Burial directed by Belk King funeral Home will follow in w e s t v i e w cemetery. Active pallbearers Steve Garland Paul will be Charles Kelly Howard w. Brown Joe Heustess. Carl Var Borough Anc Gus Tucker. Honorary bearers will be members of the sunday school lass of Emmanuel Baptist Church. Or. Atkinson was born in county a son of mrs. Lillie Mconville Atkinson and he late John Barney Atkinson be was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Adaline Sturgeon Atkinson a laughter mrs. William Jeanette Galloway of Lincolnton . His Mother to Brothers Heyward and Lomer Atkinson both of Hartsville a sister mrs. Gladys Stokes of Hartsville and three grandchildren. Timothy Grier Hemingway Timothy Farion Grier infant son of Larion t. And Nan Poston Grier red in a Charleston Hospital ate saturday night. Graveside services were held unday in the Garden o f emotion cemetery Here in cycled by Morris funeral iome. Surviving Are the parents a sister Susan tie Grier of the Home and the maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Woodrow Poston of Heming Way. Mrs. Pauline Singleton funeral services for mrs. Pauline w. Singleton will be con ducted at . Tuesday in Waters funeral Home by Rev. W. C. Osborne. Burial will be in Florence National cemetery. Mrs. Singleton 53, died Satur Day night in a local Hospital after a Long illness. She was born in French Creek w. Va., a daughter of the late David h. And Clara Tenney winemiller of West Virginia. Surviving in addition to her husband of Florence Are two sons Steven Singleton and Herbert Singleton both of Florence two Sisters mrs. Lois Long of French Creek w. Va., and mrs. Tressie Reger of Denton my. Pee Dee weather unseasonably Cool Cloudy and cooler with a Chance of rain is the pee Dee forecast for today a . Weather Bureau report said last night. The High be in the upper 60s and the Low tonight will be in the upper 50s. Tomorrow s Outlook Calls for decreasing cloudiness and mild with a High near 70. Change from unseasonably single charge faces Sellers in trial today Orangeburg a the Case against Cleveland Sel lers or. Will be narrowed to a single charge of riot when the trial of the afro haired Black activist resumes monday. Defense attorneys indicated before court recessed saturday for the weekend that they would renew motions monday to have the single remaining charge Dis missed. After the state finished presenting testimony saturday Cir Cuit judge John to Krimball or dered a directed verdict of in Nocent on the charges of inciting to riot and conspiracy to riot. Judge no Testi Mony had been presented warrant those charges being warm to unseasonably Cool weather is in Prospect for the pee Dee today with mostly Cloudy skies Ard Chance of some rain. A Cool air mass moving across the state from the West will Coyer the pee Dee area for the next two or three Days. Weather information for the 24-hour period ending 7 . Yesterday. Temperatures highest 89 Normal High 82 lowest 66 Normal Low 60 mean 78 Normal mean 71 precipitation yesterday .40 this month 4.21 total for year 28.25 Normal for month 4.10 humidity 7am. 100, 1 . 56, 7 . 67 Sun Moon today Sunrise . Sunset . Moonrise am. Moonset . Tides tides later than Myrtle Beach and Ocean drive Georgetown Light add 45 minutes Murrells Inlet and Garden City add 35 minutes Charleston add 30 minutes Hawleys Island add 20 minutes Myrtle Batch Ocean drive tides monday sept. 28 tuesday sept. 29 thursday oct. 1 Friday oct. 2 saturday oct 3 sunday oct. 4 rhonday oct. 5 High Low High Low nigh Low High Low High Low High Low High Low Quail in this flight pen a conditioned for life in the wild Birds Are trained to freeze flush and Fly like native wild Quail farm produces wild Birds for state s Hunters Rock Hill Hunters taking to the Field this fall will be hop ing to find their Quail wild Birds that will freeze flush and Fly. More Quail Are coming to the Hunting preserves from private Quail farms in South Carolina where As Many As a half million stickers May be raised this year. And these growers Are employing several techniques to make the Quail on the Cedar Grove Quail farm Here one of the largest South Carolina with production at native Bobwhite Quail this year conditioning he Birds from hatching until release has a single objective produce Birds that please the Niter. S. C. Poultry improvement association through the Clemson University Extension service. Walter s. Walker and t. C. Stewart poultry specialists with Clemson University assist Breaux and other growers with what the Trade demands. The Cedar Grove Quail farm is a Complete operation which includes selection and maintenance of a 1.100 Quail breeder incubators and watchers brooding and grow out pens and the flight pens. A feed Mill on the farm turns health and management problems. Before delivering the Quail to out about to fun of specialized the Hunting preserves. Breaux feed a week. By Manx says a gives the Birds their final conditioning. We re keeping them in the flight pen four says the Rock Hill grower this is important. It gives the Quail a Chance to test their wings and strengthen their plenty of space and a High protein flight conditioning feed accustom the Birds to their future life in the wild. Breaux s management produces a Well considered jury which Groes. By the includes River bulletin Lolion fid stage dote Hgt Cage prec Comden 23 25 5.6 m .9 Cheraw 30 27 2 1 w1.7 0 Conway 7 25 2.5 m .4 0 Effingham 14 25 2.4 m .1 0 Kingstree 12 15 2.3 0 05 pee Dee 19 25 9 1.0 0 ail Rivers remain Well below flood stage with Only minor changes expected. 0 Lake Levels Lak Clark Hill 324.4 feet about 5 feet below Normal Pool. Lake Hartwell wb.9 feet about 11 feet below Normal Pool. Lake Greenwood 435.2 feet about 6v feet blow Lake 75.5 feet about in i feet below full stage. Lake Moultrie 74.7 feet about 2 feet below full stage. Lake Murray 352.9 Teet about 7 feet Thrupp top i below Lull stage. I Lake Wateree 96.6 let about feet below full stage. Darlington Man Dies in wreck Darlington Jerry c Turner 67, of Darlington county died in a sunday evening Auto Accident near Darlington. The Highway patrol said Turner was fatally injured in a two car collision on . 52 about two Miles North of Darl Egton. The Driver of the other car reportedly was injured in he . Mishap. Officers said Cannon had a Hoffmeyer Road address. Tuesday and thursday for the Little shooters any selection from children menu for the big shooters. Wine by the Glass Wilh dinner. Banquet facilities for i i groups up to 100 adjacent to the ramada i-95 Al u. S. 52 other 5. C. Deaths or. S. M. King Greenville mrs. Daisy Nelson Cayce mrs. Annie Baughman Greenwood slice infant Greenwood mrs. Sudie Barnes Brunson mrs. David Rogers Gaffney mrs. Viola Breland Ruffin mrs. M. C. Cannon g. G. Thomas Beaufort s. E. Wilson Newberry f. R. Rowe Ridge Springs . Meta Austin Cameron drug workshop begins today the South Carolina department of education is sponsoring a drug education workshop for selected teachers and students in Florence Mon Day through Friday. The we Klong workshop beginning monday is one of a series planned throughout the state. The Florence workshop begins at 9 . Monday at holi Day inn no. 1. State superintendent of education Cyril b. Busbee said the program s objective is to have everyone in South Carolina become aware of the problems and potential problems of drug use and abuse at the earliest possible Albert h. H. Dorsey chief supervisor of curriculum development for the state department of education is coordinating the drug education program. Dorsey said the workshops Are designed to help participants become More aware of patterns of improper use of drugs in society and to identify the scope of possible drug problems in their schools and Community. Dorsey said the state department of education cooperated with numerous other state agencies in planning the drug education program. The instructional planning com Mittee included officials of the state Board of health state department of mental health University of South Carolina health education department state department of juvenile corrections and state planning and Grants division. Edward l. Breaux. The farm s owner and operator practices Feathe red Bird of about ounces an environmental conditioning program that includes isolation rigid health standards muscle building natural feeds and plenty of exercise in the flight pen. His isolation practices May Surprise no visitors no no Are that Greet you when you on the farm. It s not that we dislike peo explains the affable grower. We just can t permit the Quail to get accustomed to seeing a lot of Breaux says familiarity May induce tameness. He is trying to produce Birds which react like wild Quail when a human approaches. So rigid Are Breaux s no visiting rules that he insists on seeing clients Only by appointment prefers to do business Over the Telephone and insists on delivering the Birds himself. If you succeed in getting on the farm you Wade through a of disinfectant and Are asked not to approach the flight pens. The Good health of the Birds is Hundred Quail will eat about i Iglitz p ends of feed s Lay. Good Mann gemini with its resulting Vve -fertl.erea, Well Cor i toned Iua i rates Selling easier. A demand in l i ire pc Ems by Pipits Cut. It Hing lot mor private preserves As our pop a on increases these or Erie ves will have to of safeguarded by the no visitors policy strict sanitation and a medical program that includes to durum Lyphoid testing by the Edward Breaux inspects baby Quail some Are bred on his farm each Secir slide presentation special today lunch. 96c Roney s restaurant across from Sci passenger station Blackmon studio a family of photographers serving Florence since 1918 direct color Brush oils for appointment 669-6273 to introduce you to the Tail of the Fox any dinner at regular Price second dinner half Price upon presentation of this Coupon specializing in live Maine lobster and Western steaks live entertainment nicely tale of the Fox s Linby St. Florence premiere showing of a color slide presentation about Camp courage a Florence summer Camp for retarded children will do made monday at a meeting of the Florence county Assoc a Ion for retarded children. The meeting is scheduled for . At the Florence county health Center. The slide pro Gram depicts act cities at Camp courage during the past summer and will be distributed to civic clubs around the state. Water Cut off the town of Quinby will be without water from 8 . Until today in Florence . Florence rotary club meeting at the Florence country club. . Pee Dee kiwanis club meeting at the Holiday inn downtown. . Florence Exchange club meeting at the colonial hotel. 8 . Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at the a Assembly Hall at 413 South Church Street. 11 tuesday. During this three hour period workers will be installing a new electric transformer at the water treatment Plant named to list Thad j. Smith son of mrs. Triad k. Smith of Florence has been named to the list of outstanding Young men of Smith a graduate of Mcclenaghan High school and Wofford College currently lives in Camden county a. Meeting slated sen. E. N. Nick Zeigler will be featured speaker wednesday at a meeting of the Florence chapter of the Alston Wilkes he would Lakten labor convention society. The meeting is scheduled Pickens. . . At the St. Paul United uralic candidate Karle Morris methodist Church Fellowship says if lie is elected lieutenant Hall. Also on hand for the governor he will use the office meeting will be a missionary j As a centralized listening Psi from China currently working for citizens with problems and with the state correctional complaints about Sta a govern institution in col Irr v r i Florence theatres. I now showing starts at dusk in color William Holden Hoberg Ryan wild puny cat sex lives of Bozoo Juliet technicolor Tan vision Iff Warner bros.-9cven arts your Wagon Tohm Coton Colozi Dilir i Wabo the Gar Garitsas also phone 662-5331 bloody r mini

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