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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 1, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaGood morning it s wednesday August 7973 our 50th year no. 212 Boston jetliner crash claims lives of 88 . Haldeman confers with attorney John j. Wilson also accompanied Ehrlichman Haldeman testimony in Washington a sen ate watergate chairman Sam j. Krvin or. A in .c., accused he White House tuesday of or Dering former presidential chief of staff h. R. Haldeman to reveal his interpretation of disputed rape recordings which president n Ixon has refused to make Public. A Haldeman denied the charge and said in answer to a question thai he would Welcome the Opportunity to play the tapes to the committee because they Woulff confirm what i told i think this is counterfeit said Krvin As the committee heard again from Flat Durnan How lie listened to record mrs of two key meetings Between Nixon Anil John w. Dean Iii. The ousted White House counsel who has accused Nixon in he watergate cover up. Krvin said i would say the Clear indication is that the White House counsel ordered or. Halteman to reveal his interpretation of the tapes to the Public. Facts Are dial the presi Dent of the United Stales stated on july he had sole control of the tapes and none would be published. Mow thu Man closest to him appears lie next week and puts his interpretation of hem into Haldeman startled the com Mittee monday when he said lie listened in late april to the recording of a March meeting Between Dean and Nix on., and when listened just three weeks ago to the tape of a sept. Mealing. Haldeman disclosed tuesday that he was also Given addition Al tapes in july to Lake Home but said he did not listen to hem since he had not attended the meetings recorded on the apes by the recently disclosed White House sound system. The Senlac panel the water Gate special prosecutor and Nixon have battled for posses Sion of lie tapes since a former White House aide disclosed heir existence earlier this month. Sen. Howard 11. Baker jr., r to Iii. Who ii is is nut Lillo com Promise the Battle rather than have it end in a massive constitutional confrontation asked Haldeman if he would tie agreeable to bringing these tapes up Here and play Haldeman said you re ask ing me to Lake a Legal position different from the president would Bob Haldeman As an individual be agreeable in bringing those tapes if we could otherwise procure said Baker. I would Welcome that Opportunity because they would Coil firm what i told in Alec Man answered. See i age Boston aim a Delia airlines Jet Airliner clipped a seawall and crashed on its approach to in or National air pol in heavy fog tuesday killing w of 89 persons aboard. Officials said two other planes coming in for in rings directly behind lire Delta flight cancelled their approaches at the last minute. Stale police said All but two of the persons Aho Arri the Delia twin engine Jet died instantly or shortly after the crash. The two were taken to Massachusetts general Hospital where one died of his injuries about Elliree hours Lacr and the other was reported in critical condition with Burns Over so per cent of his body. Ferris j. I Lowland regional director of the Federal aviation administration in Liston. Told a news conference hat pilots of iwo airliners coming into he runway directly behind he Delia flight radioed lire Tower they were breaking their approach at the last minute. The two airliners were not identified and Lowland said the i a Lead no indication from the two pilots of Why they broke off their approaches. Lie said the planes were com ing in during a four minute Span when the crash went undetected due o the thick Blanket of fog rolling in from the Harbor. The rear engine Jet was land ing on instruments on a flight Ifim Nurling fam. Al. Had made a strip at Jet Airliner disintegrated when it struck seawall in Boston Pilot was attempting to land in heavy fog at Logan International Airport Manchester. i., to pick up passengers stranded Here lie cause of fog. According to a spokesman for Delta airlines. Maurice Worth manager for Delia at . Said the Pilot bras making in approach Localise of Llic heavy fog. Lie said visibility was one a Nailer to one Liall mile. A spokesman for Llie i a said the plane was flying some feel Loo Low As it made ils approach to runway a right. Flip Silc. Al huh a mile from Llie liminal. Was de scribed As a grisly scene of mangled and burned iridies. Pieces of wreckage and other debris. The . James Lane. Lin Inan Clit Liolich chaplain for the pfjnct1 one of the first men at the scene. Said there were in lies All Over the plate. The bodies were in bits. Everything was burned. I Pray for Kulli Grilies said the Landing gear of Llie jul apparently Fie i a film Bia i mall clash. Pii Jjlia sauce for the Goose. Washington i Al j if mrs. Housewife feels the meal shortage so should Llie White says Bernard Gold Stein. They Star the shortage and. Don t deserve any better treatment than anyone with thai he rejected an order from the while House for of pounds of filet mignon and new York strip Steak. Goldstein is president of District hotel Supply. Inc. The largest hotel and restaurant meat supplier in the District of Columbia. At the while House tuesday. Deputy press Secretary Gerald i. Warren confirmed the order had been rejected. He added we Are shopping elsewhere to fill nut the Normal replenishment. We arc in the same position As anyone else. We Are buying when.1 to motion sickness abates for skylab astronauts mrs. Bighorn s Skull returned to Pamplico Butz will urge Nixon to accept farm Bill Spack Ciriot Kii. Houston api skylab astronauts said tuesday they fell in pretty Good shape after a three Day in jul Willi million sickness. But a planned spacewalk was Pond Imil the spacemen got their housekeeping chores Back on Sulu Dule. We re All going to be in pretty Good shape by die end of he said skylab com Mander Alan l i can. As Long As Yon gel through meals things Are heat and ins Cre mates . A Marine major who Jack h. and or. Owen suffered most from motion k. Garriott. Said they fell Well sickness said lie was still not enough tuesday to forego Midi going full but noted cation to soothe heir feel pretty Good. I ale a full stomachs. It was the first Day breakfast medication for any of the three since their record space of Licals. However Day space adventure started postponed a spacewalk for the last saturday third time saying it would i feel very Fine and am going come no earlier than saturday full said Garriola. "1 the spacewalk Lead originally am feeling about i percent of been Sel for tuesday and has ground been postponed twice before to bean said. I feel the wednesday and then thursday. State senator Tom Smith be turns the Skull of mrs. Dora big Ham to Pamplico for burial. Chilean president Allende faces growing uproar against his leftist government. Page 4 b. Northern Irish factions won t accept new legislative Assembly. Page 7 a. Index comics deaths doctor editorials markets sports state area women so 4a 10b 10 a 1b 5a 3 weather partly Cloudy with thundershowers Likely. High Low 90s. Low. Low 70s. Details. Page 3a. Federal convicts hold 3 hostages . Kan. Al i armed with knife. A spokes one of four hostages held b Man for Warden Iiren k. Dag a pair of prisoners was released gelt said the Warden would. Tuesday night at the Federal the inmates Over Penitentiary Here. A guard was their unsalted grievances Only killed and a number of if they released the other hos corrections officers injured in Ages widespread violence earlier in the Day. Prison officials said two in males were holding the three remaining hostages. Released unharmed was Richard Wil Liams an employee in the prison Washington Lai j the Senate rejected a ban on food Stamps for most strikers and then promptly passed a com Promise farm Bill tuesday night amid dramatic word that agriculture Secretary Karl l Faulx would urge the president to sign it. The vote on passage was 85 to 7. The measure was sent to the House which had voted earlier this year to ban food Stamps for most strikers. The Hill s chief House Leader. Rep. W. R. Poage. I tex., said he would iry to gel the House to approve the final Senate threatening to veto lie Bill. Democratic and Republican senators old to Weir colleagues shortly before the on the Compromise Hal had had been worked Mil by a Senate House conference come Silti i1. Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said lie had Boen old thai Liuz had informed Mem Bers of be Senate trial Hie president will not veto this con Ference report on the farm this was he first formal word that the administration had suddenly switched signals on he Bill sen. Herman k. Talmadge. Compromise. House action. A a. Chairman of the Senate could come late this week. Agriculture committee told re an amendment by sen. Jesse a. Helms. . To ban food Stamps for strikers was tabled and thus . H. The Nixon administration abandoned its earlier stance of porters Secretary unix told me he would urge he president to approve sen. Cari t. Curtis. Knob ranking gop member of the agriculture committee also said he had spoken to Hulz and Curtis confirmed Hal the presi Dent would be asked to sign the Bill. The legislation could run into trouble in the . And there was Complex mane vering tuesday in die drive to pass the Compromise without the controversial ban on food Stamps Senate a Louse conferees broke up in disagreement earlier tuesday on what in in about this provision on Aid to strikers the House is sharply divided Over the proposed ban. It won by just two votes survived a second lest by Only Ihrck and finally a third Challenge by a one Vole margin. The Senate s approval of the Compromise sends the Legisla Tion to the House for a final showdown on the strikers Issue House won t Cut . Forces Washington Al i the House rejected All efforts tues Day night to Cut . Forces in Kurop and around die world. An amendment by democratic Leader Thomas p. O Neill of Massachusetts to Cut of the land forces abroad by next june w was project we 2-12 to 103 a Republican leadership backed amendment to sidetrack o Neill s proposal by ordering a study by nest april 1 on whether . Forces should to Cut in i air was approved by Hal Vole. . Marshals Nab agents Kab api marshals said tuesday they discovered two Fiji agents Wilh a suitcase of electronic equipment inside a Broom closet next to a room where attorneys for the Gainesville Light defendants were huddled in conference. Marshals the suitcase contained a code receiver Tele phone handsets. Iwo Ranson i 11 e r s amplifiers. Iwo flashlights a Blowtorch a can of propane Gas. A meter and a Small radio. Trial began tuesday for seven Vietnam veterans against the War and a sympathizer accuser of plotting violence Dur ing the iot2 Republican National convention in Miami Beach. . District court judge Winston Arnov held a hearing in his Chambers at he of a Vav defense attorneys after the Fiji agents were discovered. Agents Carl Kkt Landando Robert romans told the judge that they were making a routine Check of j a i Telephone lines the Fri Lias an office on the third floor of the Federal building w Here the conspiracy trial is being held. Beef supplies continue to dwindle Daggett ordered All inmates locked in their cells after an is Lima Lod 100 inmates Well on a rampage just before noon. Laundry. An assistant Warden was sent to Lalk directly Wilh die two in Miles. One was reported to be it was first believed four in males were holding the hos Ages in the prison laundry but prison officials said later All but two of the 2.176 inmates were . By the associated press beef supplies dwindled further on tuesday reaching a critical level in some areas. Meal processors complained they were going broke and shoppers said they could t find Speaks or roasts in the supermarket. The Cost of living Council however stood firm on he sept. 12 deadline for the lifting of ceilings on beef and said it had begun an investigation of profits in the meat Industry. Representatives of new York s wholesale meat processors said Many companies would shul Down wednesday and decide on a Day to Day basis Helhor to continue operations. Remaining supplies of beef do not warrant a five Dav said a spokesman after a meeting of about 30 wholesalers. No further shipments from the Midwest Are being offered. Wholesalers Here want to con serve their remaining meal on hand for their customers for weekend lie said. Under the a Lias i economic program announced by president Nixon iwo .ks ago. Controls were lifted on All food prices except beef allowing processors and retailers to pass on increases in raw agricultural products. Because of the remaining ceilings on ref cattlemen have been withholding livestock from Market processors say the Only Way they can gel meal is to pay More than they can sell it for a spokesman for the american meal Institute said Hal the Trade group had confirmed the closing of 37 meal packing plants As of tuesday morning and found operations were Cut Back substantially in 27 others. The closings and cutbacks affected .1.800 employees he said adding Hal the number was growing daily. Lie said government figures showed 7ji.ooo head of Cal tic were slaughtered in the country on monday a .12 per cent drop from the july .10. 1972 figure and a 2. Per cent decline from a week earlier. Representatives of the meal Industry Are scheduled to meet with agriculture Secretary Karl l. In Washington on wednesday to discuss their Uli Uhl. A spokesman for Llie Winn Dixie Chain based in Jacksonville. Fla. Said the store got less than 50 per cent of what we needed in terms of beef supplies for Lite week. An spokesman in Del Oil commented beef is scarce and we Are attempting lobby it to the Best of our ability in order to reel customer demands

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