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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - April 21, 1974, Florence, South CarolinaGood morning it s sunday april our 51st year 111 Florence s. C. Daily 10s sunday inflation expected to continue in coming months Washington a americans face a lot More inflation in the months ahead and the administration says it is helpless to do much about it. Administration economists Are virtually unanimous in predicting that the High annual rate of inflation now More than 10 per cent will continue until mid year at least. And Edgar r. Fiedler assistant Treasury Secretary for economic policy said a 5 per cent inflation rate once considered unacceptably High probably will continue for several years. These economists including Fiedler also say the administration can t do much More to help the inflation weary consumer than it has been doing which is to follow moderate restraint in spending and Money Supply policies. The problem As they see it is that there is not enough food fuel and other goods to meet demand and the problem won t be solved until production increases or demand Falls neither of which will happen overnight. The problem for the consumer is that his Money is Worth less and so he buys less. He is growing poorer. No longer will americans have the wage and Price controls program As a Security Blanket. It is scheduled to expire after 2 z years on april 30. With few beyond director John t. Dunlop of the Cost of living Council hoping for a last minute reprieve. By most accounts lifting of controls will result in sharply higher prices in months ahead for health costs and steel. The higher Price of steel will filter Down through the Economy raising prices of virtually everything made of steel including autos and Home appliances. Dunlop is said by Council aides to be hoping that bad inflation reports of last week will induce Congress to Grant the Council limited authority As an anti inflation Agency. The government said last week that inflation As measured by the Gross National product Rose at a 10.8 per cent annual rate in the first three months of 1974. At this rate the Dollar will be Worth nearly 11 cents less by the end of the year. It lost about 5.5 cents in value last year. Consumer prices the government reported jumped at a 14.5 per cent annual rate in the first three months following last year s increase of 8.s per cent. Although the Council of economic advisers predicted some easing ahead in food prices Over All inflation will be just As bad or worse during the april through june period. Judge s order cuts off production of Iron Ore try that again the children s looks and hands All seem to spell out they were watching the trampoline act at the Hoxie Brothers circus which set up temporary quarters at the Florence Fairgrounds saturday. See Story Page 2a. Photo by Johnny Kissinger Calls for greater Oas Unity by Kennethj. Freed associated press writer Atlanta. A. Lapi proclaiming the policy of the Good Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger on saturday urged a greater spirit of inter american collaboration and consultation. In an address to the organisation of american states he said the major of hemispheric leaders should be to meet the demand of our Peoples for Justice and dig but in his Call for Unity and Solidarity. Kissinger did not refer to the major problem that divides the Oas the exclusion of Cuba irom economic and political contacts within the hemisphere. I a. Officials explained this omission As an attempt to avoid any actions that could weaken president Nixon s support at Home in his efforts to fight impeachment. Hut the delegates were not allowed to forget Cuba As an Issue. Argentine foreign minister Alberto j. Vignes said in a speech that preceded Kissinger s that talk of Justice and humanity must apply to the government of Fidel Castro. Cuba s exclusion is in Vignes said. What May have been appropriate 10 years ago is anachronistic and he went on. Not Only does Cuba s isolation damage the cuban people. Vignes said it also paralyses hemispheric activity and. More important creates Vignes indicated that in spite of . Wishes the Oas meeting should review the situation involving the Havana government during the sessions Over the next two weeks. Kissinger who returns to Washington Sun Day morning outlined a few proposals aimed at continuing the spirit of cooperation he said began in the hemisphere six months ago. However most of his outline covered previously stated Points and did not provide specific answers. Minneapolis Minn. A the Reserve mining co., which produces is per cent of the Iron Ore used in this country was ordered saturday by a Federal judge to halt discharge of wastes into Superior and the air As of . Sun Day. The order by . District judge Miles lord in effect closes Reserve s Taconite proc Essing Plant at Silver Bay. Minn., and throws 3.200 employees out of work. The ruling culminates a nine month trial in which the Justice department accused Reserve of polluting the Lake with its discharge. The 3.200 Reserve employees have an annual payroll of million and the Reserve operation provides 15 per cent of the Iron Ore used in United states blast furnaces. The specific order by lord demands a halt to discharge of Rock wastes that result from the production of Taconite. A Grade of Ore used in the production of steel. Taconite is mined at a Reserve Plant located near the Wisconsin Minnesota Border near the tip of Lake Superior and turned into Iron Ore at the Reserve Plant at Silver Bay. Reserve s discharge creates a serious health Hazard to the people exposed to said lord in a 13-Page memorandum accompanying the decision. The exact scope of this potential health Hazard is impossible to accurately quantify at this lord said earlier that there was sufficient evidence to show that Asbestos fibres which come into Lake Superior in the Reserve discharge constitute a Public health Hazard to the thousands who depend on the i Sec Ming. Page 9ai round the first turn Allan Young Pilot ing Money game has the Lead going into the first turn during the Stephenson finance Pace race in saturday s Timmonsville rotary club harness races. Money game maintained the Lead to win the event As several Hundred spectators looked on under Bright sunny skies. See Story Page 1b. Photo by Johnny Mono sprayed Tokyo i api a lame woman sprayed red paint on the Case protecting the Mona Lisa saturday. About 2ii or 30 spots of paint hit the Bullet proof Glass Case from a distance of about six feet hut officials said there was no damage to Davin i s priceless masterpiece. Artillery fire exchanged along the Golan Heights latest subpoena May be toughest associated press writer Washington api of the subpoenas served on presi Dent Nixon in the year of a Lei Gale investigations the one issued by the special prosecutor last week May to the toughest to fight. Ii differs from the ones ser Ved previously by the prosecutor and by Congress in that it seeks material to be used As evidence Al trial rather than for investigation. News analysis Hul a More significant differ ence is thai it is not part of a probe of the while House or Nixon himself. It seeks evidence thai the prosecutor says Nixon has and which is Neces sary in the trial of third parties. One of the most fundamental precepts of american Law. Dat ing from its ancestral British common Law. Is Iluigi no Man has the right in withhold his Eviden cd from ii trial of Justice i to pre eminent am ruin authority on evidence John Henry Wigmore has written for three centuries it has been recognized As a fundamental Maxim that the Public has a right to every Man s the supreme court has quoted Wigmore a number of limes in recent decisions including those which said report ers must reveal their news sour Ces to Legal authorities needing the information for evidence. In one of these cases Justice Byron it. White quoted heavily from Wigmore and an 11143 dissertation from British political philosopher Jeremy Bentham which said every Man no Mai Ler How challed must give his evidence no matter How minor in ease. Were the Prince of Wales the archbishop of Canterbury and the lord High Chancellor to in passing by the same coach while a Chimney sweeper and n Barrow Wom in were in dispute about a Worth of apples and the Chimney sweeper or the were to think proper to cull upon them for their evidence could they refuse it1" Hen Ham Wils quoted by while no ill Iril cart Ninov by the associated press israeli and syrian gunners again exchanged artillery fire along the Golan Heights front saturday and villagers said israeli shells struck a Small town in Southern Lebanon destroying a number of houses and injuring n Young girl. A syrian communique in Damascus said thai the shelling was heaviest in the Vicinity of my. Lermon but later in the Day extended All along the 40 mile front. Millermon. The strategic Peak overlooking the entire Bat the area has been the scene of heavy fighting All week. The syrians said artillery and tank Battles intensified on its slopes saturday. The israeli command in Tel Aviv had no immediate com ment on saturday s reported fighting in Lebanon villagers said thai israeli artillery shelled the outskirts of the town of Shibata in Southern Lebanon seriously wounding a 10-year-old girl and destroying a number of houses. Fully searching out palestinian guerrilla hideouts. Meanwhile egyptian presi Dent Anwar Sadat had glowing words for president Nixon As he accepted the credentials of Hermann kills the first Ameri can ambassador to Cairo since the Middle cast War despite the continued fighting on the israeli syrian front. Sadat declared in Cairo the Wisdom of president Nixon and continuing efforts of or. Henry a. I Kissinger have made peace whispered words Hsing Hsing and Ling Ling the National zoo s giant pandas carry on n conversation in their play Yard at the National zoo in Washington Early saturday the animals had been kept apart until saturday to allow the male to grow larger which according to 200 would avoid the possibility of female domination. Scientists Hope the pair will produce the first captive offspring outside the Peoples Republic of China. A Nixon planning appearances Camp David my. Lapi president Nixon is planning Public appearances in Mississippi and Arizona in the next two weeks As pail of his Campaign to Blunt moves sources reported Satur Day As the president was ing the weekend in the seclusion of his Mountain lop Retreat sources in Washington disclosed the tentative schedule for the journeys into regions generally considered Friendly to his cause. The sources said Nixon had scheduled a speech before a regional economic Council in a Dickson miss., next thursday and i Molt i speech in i Hornix. Ariz on May 2 the villagers said israeli jets possible in the Region for the fir also were seen overhead appear St time in 2fi Vears downtown Florence trying harder Index downtown Florence is making big moves in an Effort to attract the pee Dee area shopping Dollar. Arts 8b Page 1d. Business classified 6a 4d 2a 4a boy scouts from throughout the pee Dee demonstrate their deaths skill and knowledge at expo 74. Page 2a. Horoscope 10d Dreher High school wins opt sports 1b Mist relays in memorial stadium. Women 1c Page in. Weather partly Cloudy with warming trend. Might around 80. Lows mid 50s. Details Page 3a

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