The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on December 21, 1970 · Page 7
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The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 7

Dover, Ohio
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Monday, December 21, 1970
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The TlmcS'Kopoftet a w Mon., Dec. 11, Ml A**/ Ghmtmos GIFT ELEGANCE BY GORHAM ... SILVERPLATED CARAFE 19.95 •A gleaming beauty to use for holiday entertaining and all through,.the year. Tilts easily to ppur arid there s a warming candle to keep coffee hot until ready to serve. So handsomely designed, you'll want one for your own. Silverware, Belden Village' • • New Polish leader to revamp economic plan NICHOLAS umros WARSAW (AP) - Poland's w Communist leadership indicates it will fevise the economie plans that spawned last week's ftoting and Will maintain total allegiance to Moscow. Otherwise, ite future cdufse is unclear. Western observers consider the new party First Sees* tary Edward Gierek a dedicated Communist Identified with neither the liberal nor the national-' tetic party •factions. Radio Warsaw reported Sunday that Gierek, the party's top economist and party secretary of Silesia, had replaced Wladyslaw Gomulka; Who resigned along with President Marian Spychalski and three other members of the Politburo. Aj>, parently Premier Jozef Cyran* kiewicz was-not affected. There was no announcement that Spychalski had resigned the presidency or that a new president had been named. But since he was purged from the Politburo, it seemed unlikely that he would continue in the presidency. Gierek's. success in keeping his home province quiet was seen as a key to his promotion. Last week's disturbances began when the Gomulka regime raised prices 17 to 20 per cent on food/ clothing and other essentials in a prelude to a new five-year plan that was to begin next month. In a television address after his elevation, Gierek said: "We will have to reconsider carefully the problem of the economic plan for next year and for the whole live-year period." The riots, he said, resulted from "inconsiderate concepts In economic policy. We will remove these." He said his administration will consult with "the working class and intelligentsia." He said hostile forces cannot "lead us astray or return us from the road of Socialism. We are going together with the whole great Socialist community and chiefly with our tested friend and ally, the Soviet Union." Radio Warsaw said the party's Central Committee instructed the ijew regime to consider "possibilities for improving the material situation of low-wage families with many children, who, as a result of the change in prices, have suffered most severe losses in their budgets." Observers anticipated bonuses or wage raises will be given to compensate for the increased living costs. The riot-stricken cities apparently were quiet today. Warsaw Radio said Workers in Gdansk and Gdynia had returned to work but did not mention Szcze* cin, hit hardest by the disorders. Telephone lines to Gdansk remained down and its airport closed to regular traffic a week after the riots began there. Troops were believed still occupying Szczecin, and a source reported from Gdansk that tanks' were on the streets and a nighttime curfew remained in force. Damage at Gdansk alone was estimated at $3.5 million. The Polish trade union newspaper Glos Pracy called the leadership change a turning point and praised Gierek's television address. A mining engineer whose first job was in a French coal mine at the age of 13, Gierek is now 57. He developed an efficient party machinery in Silesia and earned a reputation as a top notch administrator. He had been mentioned* for some time as Gomuika's successor. Sunday's events returned to prominence Mieczyslaw Moc- zar, 56, the hard-line former head of the secret police who Operation to end MT. VERNON, 0. 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Va., received a $500 scholarship from the Cabell Me dical Assistant Society of Huntington. It is the first scholarship fund set up by Cabell Society to promote the education of assistants in the medical field. Parrish, a 1969 graduate of Indian Valley South High, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parrish of 243 Chestnut st., Gnadenhutten. her of the council of state; and Zenon Kliszko, the ideology chief. Kliszko was a contender for the top position during the 1968 student riots. Named to replace them on the Politburo were Moczar; Edward Babluch, former head of the central committee's organizational department; Vice Pre« mier Piotr JarOszewicz, an economic specialist; Stefan 01- szowski, head of the central committee's press department; and Jan Szydlak, a former candidate member of the Politburo. The Most Exciting Headache News In Years! 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