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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - December 05, 1977, Ardmore, OklahomaA Iqal Vitalij u/1 Icax so Xlee to kit ,51de. Compokla., City Quot of As. 7s10s f a most food Dolats still go toward fresh food items by Louise Cook v associated press writer americans still spend the biggest chunk of their food dollars for fresh us pressed items despite the increasing availability of foods. That a one of the findings of a . Department of agriculture study based on surveys conducted by super marketing a Trade publication in 1965 and 1975. The us a looked at what happens to every $100 you spend on food. Here show the 1975 breakdown worked out a fresh unprocessed foods milk Resim meat poultry seafood huts eggs vegetables and fruit $45.75. A mixes and mixtures described As ready to eat or ready to heat $19.98. A foods like Bacon Macaroni products and oils that Are cured Frozen canned dried or Only slightly refined $17.31. A modified products with sugar or some other minor ingredient added $9.27 a accessories like Coffee Tea Cocoa soft drinks and condiments $7.69. When the figures were compared with 1965 statistics the us a found that the percentage of Money spent on the first three categories a fresh foods mixes and mixtures and Frozen canned cured Etc. Products a had decreased slightly Over the decade. Spending for accessories increased slightly. The big increase came in the category of items like frankfurters Peanut butter and process cheese which Are described the Gover. Ament As the share of the food Dollar taken by these items in creased 11 percent from 1965 to 1975. A a look at individual items within the five categories showed some Sharp changes. The amount of the food Dollar going to pre sweetened Cocoa increased 120 percent from 1965 to 1975 the share taken by process cheese a a blend that May include some no cheese Flavouring so went up 113 percent in the same period. Other items that took a bigger share of the food Dollar in 1975 than they did 10 years earlier included oils sugar Margarine ready to eat Cereal natural cheese dry milk salad dresses Frozen dinners entrees soups and juices Rice potato chips and fresh vegetables not counting potatoes. Items that lost ground Over the decade included condensed milk lard fresh Cream butter evaporated in ilk commeal dry Beans and peas ready to eat Sweet bakery goods eggs fresh potatoes Cann pork and Beans flour and ice Cream. Less than half of the food Dollar actually goes for food. Most of your Dollar goes to cover Maric eting costs a transportation processing and distribution. A study by Andrew Weiser of the Usdan a economic research service that Consumers spent $172.3 billion to ., farm produced foods in 1976. This includes foods purchased for use at Home and those bought away from Home. It does not include. Imports like Coffee or nonfarm items like seafood. Sixty seven percent of the total a $116 billion a went for marketing costs 33 percent a $56.3 billion a went to Arit Mamie i it Quot Southern Oklahoma s greatest newspaper Quot 04lh year no. 32 Ardmore okla., monday december 5, 1977 Finol edition Price ise Egypt Breaks relations with 4 Arab countries Cairo Egypt apr Egypt broke diplomatic relations with Syria Libya Algeria and South Yemen on monday in retaliation for their decision to form a Quot resistance and confrontation front against president Anwar Sadat space initiatives with Israel. Diplomatic envoys of the four nations were summoned to the egyptian foreign ministry and Given 24 hours to leave the country the Middle East news Agency reported. Tripoli Libya a five Arab opponents of Only time will Tell now. Egyptian president Anwar Sadat gestures animatedly during an interview in Cairo when he said his bold peace of comatose woman move with Israel was prompted by secret letters from president Carter. A laser photo Little Hope Given fetus new York a a comatose pregnant woman has developed pneumonia and internal bleeding and doctors held Little Hope that she could be kept alive to give her 5-month-old fetus a Chance to be born. Or. Thomas Labarbera director of the critical care unit at Victory memorial Hospital described the condition of Rosemarie Maniscalco 27, on sunday As Quot poor very a according to statistics it has been practically state May see Snow by the associated press moist air propelled by a southbound cold front May yield some Snow flurries tonight As temperatures drop. Patches of heavy fog remained in portions of Central and Eastern Oklahoma at Dawn. As the = fog lifted. Sooner state residents trekked off to work pelted by a wind driven Mist under overcast Sipics increased northerly winds were forecast for today and scattered Light rain was expected to continue mostly in the North. Highs were forecast in the mid 40s to lower 50s. Overnight lows Are expected from the mid teen in uie Northeast to the upper 20s in the Southwest. High tuesday Are forecast from the Low 30s to upper 40s.a slow warming trend in ton tap for wednesday. Impossible to sustain life in a person in her degree of coma a Labarbera said. Mrs. Maniscalo collapsed into a coma nov. 23 after suffering severe bleeding in her brain the pressure of which choked off blood flow to the Interior of the brain. At her family a request she is being kept on several life support systems. Doctors said they needed to keep her alive at least six weeks to give the fetus a Chance at survival. Meanwhile authorities were investigating reports from various sources that mrs. Maniscalco was repeatedly beaten by her husband. Her husband John denied any violence against his wife except for a fight last july in which he said he and his wife blackened each others eyes. Assistant Brooklyn District attorney Ronald Aiello asked Maniscalco and his wife smother and Stepfather to come to the 1 weather i temperature 1977 1976 High yesterday____69 68 Low last Kight. .41 36 10 45 a.m.47 43 2 p.m.47 51 forecast local a increasing cloudiness today becoming mostly Cloudy tonight. Partly Cloudy tuesday. Colder this afternoon and tonight continued cold tuesday. Winds northerly this morning increasing to 8 to 18 Mph this afternoon and tonight. High today upper 50s. Low tonight mid 20s. High tuesday Sid 40s. Egyptian peace overtures to Israel formed a a confrontation front against president Anwar Sadat today and announced political diplomatic and Token economic sanctions against him. But Iraq walked out of the Tripoli Summit meeting because the conference did not produce a Flat renunciation of possible peace negotiations. As the Hartline arabs joined in attacking Sadat a single handed diplomacy . Officials disclosed in Washington that Secretary of state Cyrus h. Vance would visit Arab and israeli capitals beginning this weekend to assess prospects for a comprehensive peace settlement. The officials said Vance would go to Egypt Israel Lebanon Jordan and saudi Arabia. They said Only a technical problems were holding up a visit to Syria As Well. In another development Uganda a president Idi Amin departed his country for Libya saying he would discuss the Mideast situation with libyan leaders. Amin has had close ties with Tripoli for several years. The syrians joined with Libya Algeria South Yemen and the palestinian guerrilla movement in signing a final communique Here that called for a a a freeze in diplomatic relations with Egypt. The iraqi walkout also resulted from the conferences decision to establish the a a front Here and not wait until another anti Sadat Summit in Baghdad next week. The split with Iraq undermined the United front Schwalk out pago2 shopping Complex includes Kmart District attorneys office today for questioning. One of the reports about the alleged beatings came from la Barbera who said the matter was referred to the District attorney after a a rumours around the emergency he said however that he did not believe the woman a condition resulted from a beating but that it was caused by a spontaneous internal Haemorrhage. The Maniscalco family phys news in Brief Osha rids rules Washington apr the labor department made Good today on its Promise to rid employers and workers of nitpicking outdated and just Plain silly Job safety rules by proposing to dump More than 1,100 regulations. No longer must toilet seats in businesses be of the open front Type. No More must fire extinguishers be no higher off the floor than 3% feet in some cases 5 feet in others. Labor Secretary Ray Marshall noted that thousands of injuries and illnesses Are suffered by workers each year but a to the Best of our knowledge none has been caused by the shape of a toilet seat or because a fire extinguisher was two inches too 1 proposed new rules were made Public with no Little Pride by the departments occupational safety and health administration a much maligned Agency in the past. A a today a announcement Marks one of the few times in history a government regulatory Agency has decreased its rules rather than adding More a said Eula Bingham head of Osha. Johore Bharu Malaysia apr investigators Are trying to determine whether the hijackers of a malaysian Airliner caused the crash in which All 100 persons aboard died and whether the hijackers were japanese terrorists. One witness to the crash sunday night said the twin Jet Boeing 737 wobbled unsteadily Rose slightly then started Down and exploded. Wreckage dismembered bodies clothing and debris were scattered Over a Square mile of swamp North of the Johore Strait and Singapore. The malay mail newspaper said reports clan or. . Tyschenko agreed and the doctors reported their opinions to the District attorney. Other reports of alleged beatings came from relatives and neighbors of the Young couple. The couple was separated and he was visiting her when she collapsed. Manis Calcos brother Anthony said sunday that the pair separated Only so she could go on welfare and ease their financial Straits. A a r Ainbinder associates a Houston based development company today announced plans to build a 265,000 Square foot enclosed shopping Center mall at the Corner of North Commerce and 12th ave. In Ardmore. Kmart will be one of the major stores in the shopping Center and negotiations Are being finalized with two additional department stores to be announced in the near future. The modern shopping Center Complex will also House an 8,500 Square foot cafeteria a National supermarket and drug store and approximately 40 National regional and local retailers. The air conditioned mall will feature a Center court area with fountains and plants in the extensive landscaping and will accommodate 1,327 parking spaces. Construction of the Ardmore mall is scheduled to begin in Spring of 1978 and the grand opening is slated for the Spring of 1979. With the opening approximately 500 new jobs will be created. Seymour Ainbinder president of Ainbinder associates commented a this decision by Kmart corp. And other Well known department stores to join the business Community of Kmart Developer in the country. Tenn it it inquiries on the project should be addressed to Barry Alford project manager Ainbinder associates 3461 West Alabama Houston Tex 77027, Telephone 713-961-0700. Negotiations continue Coal strike set Washington a United mine workers president Arnold Miller said today there is no Chance of avoiding a nationwide Coal strike set to begin at Midnight tonight. Asked what the chances were for a strike. Miller said a a there la be Federal mediators who took charge of the negotiations last week said a cogitations would continue. An Industry spokesman reported that 28 Coal association mines were shut Down today because ump members had walked out ahead of the strike deadline. He had no estimate of the number of miners involved. The spokesman said Bopa companies operate about 1,800 mines. More than 2,200 miners were reported off their jobs late last week in Ohio and West Virginia in apparent anticipation of a National walkout which would the 10th for the ump in 40 years. Miller was interview Well As he arrived for today a bargaining session. Today is the final work Day of the expiring contract. At the end of sundays bargaining session Wayne l. Horvitz the chief Federal mediators said a a we be got some hard problems. We re working on them. That a the nature of this see news in Brief Paga operators president Joseph p. Brennan asked whether there had been an agreement on any. Substantial issues said a you done to reach agreement on substantial issues until you tie it All any strike by the us we a 130,000 miners could be expected to last at least 10 Days because the unions ratification process takes that Long. A i said last week that if we went out it looked like it might be a Long one a Miller said sunday. The last Union strike in 1974, lasted 42 Day s. The longest in 1946, ran 59 Days. Since 1937 there have been nine strikes in the 19 contract negotiations involving the ump a Union with a tradition of a in contract sources say the Coal companies Are prepared to accept a work stoppage of at least one month. Coals Best customers have Laid in stockpiles they say could last up to 90 Days. All sides said bar gainers began serious discussions Over the weekend on a substantial these include the unions demand for a right to strike at individual mines and for refinancing of the depleted health and pension funds. Coal companies hit in recent years by Wildcat strikes Are proposing penalties for miners who join in illegal walkouts and incentives for increased production. Ardmore is a reflect bit of their enthusiasm and Confidence in the economic growth of the Ainbinder associates a National Developer is a partnership of Ainbinder and c amp w Manhattan associates one of the largest get action Myall Street still needs repair through the Quot get action department Quot the Dally Ard Moelte offers o forum for discussion of Public issues and problems one help for readers to be treated fairly by government agencies one other Public organizations of the local state Ond National level business firms and product names cannot be advertised and no technical Legal or medical questions can be answered questions cannot be answered by mall but As Many As possible will be answered in the Quot get action column in the Dalli Ardmore Ite every monday. I drive Myall Street every Day to drive to and from school and i Hope it is not left in the bad shape that it is in now As it May be Quot due to bad weather since the project was not started until the Winter months. If i have to replace any part of my car because of this bad Road i will Send the Bill tothe City of Ardmore. To be quite truthful this Road was probably in better shape before the City started working on it. Another thing if the Law of no heavy trucks on Myall were enforced this Road would not be in the shape it is in now. This probably will not get in the newspaper but at least i have tried to speak out for a change instead of sitting Back and complaining and doing nothing about it. Mrs. Do Ardmore. Your complaint is herewith a getting into the newspaper a and Ron Holt City Public works director has encouraging words for you. Myall Street is in bad shape at pre sent because it is necessary to tear it up and put Down Nev. Base before it can be improved. This project covers Myall Only from Commerce East to the Railroad. This stretch in being completely rebuilt and it will be resurfaced with asphaltic Concrete to give you a smooth and enduring Pavec Road. Your Only necessary contribution is to exercise some patience and perhaps drive an alternate route to school while the Myall project is being completed. On nov. 22, my water was turned off without any warning. 1 thought they were just working on the pipes because i knew we had paid our Bill. I have two boys at Home and have to have water. I called the Yater department and a woman asked me if i had paid Ray Bill. I said she asked if i have a receipt and i said then they sent a Man to turn the water Back on. I did t see him he just turned it on and left. What i am asking is for them to come to uie door and explain before turning off Peop Jiey a water. This would keep Down mistakes of turning off the water when we have paid our Bills. We should at least get that much consideration. And i advise everyone to keep their receipts. Mrs. So Ardmore. Bob Hamilton City clerk said that unfortunately the do make mistakes sometimes and they done to mind Dolog izing when they do. In your Case however the records a City Hall do show an unpaid Bill. Hamilton said the Case i some to confusing since the water acc met for your address is not in your name. He said he will Contact you a More information and to Check your receipt against Oft Cial records. Hamilton joins you in advising everyone a keep their receipts. See get action a

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