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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Florence, South Carolina6-d thursday August 23, 1973 Florence morning news Consumers pay record figure in middleman costs Washin Cox api con Sumers paid a record s77.2 Bil lion in middleman costs last year to get food from the farms to dinner tables with process ors getting the largest share the agriculture Depar Vincnt said wednesday Between Farmers and Consumers was up si.8 billion from 197 the department said. The department said. However that increase was not As great As the increase received by banners. Processor costs accounted for More than s26.8 billion or 317 per cent of the local food marketing Bill in 1972. Retail stores added another s22.3 billion or 29 per cent and wholesale costs were nearly s10.3 billion or 13.3 percent the department said. Costs of eating out last year us a calculations of marketing charges amounted to s17.7 billion or 23 per cent of the total. The figures compiled for the first time on a year to year basis by the department were included in a marketing and transportation situation report. Only food produced on . Farms was included in the study. Imports and seafood were excluded but farm products account for about 92 per cent of consumer food expenditures. Last year farm produced food Cost a total of is 16.2 billion an increase of s5.5 Bil lion from 1971. Thus at billion about two thirds of what families spent to eat last year went to processors wholesalers retailers and restaurant operators. Farmers however received a record share of s39 billion from consumer food spending in 1972. That was an increase of 10.5 per cent the sharpest Rise Atlanta bus plan approved new . La. A Federal appeals court gave temporary approval tuesday to Atlanta s Compromise school integration plan which allows less busing if More Black administrators Are hired. The Oil i a circuit court of appeals simultaneously ordered the Georgia l a District court to hold More and Issue a new integration plan the order the latest slip in a 15-year judicial Batlle. Was apparently issued to allow the Atlanta sch ajl system to operations As planned aug. 27. In shirt an integration plan approved in an april 4 District court order shall remain in of lift pending completion by the District com i of Lull compliance of our mandate that april 4 order by the Dis court gave the school sys tem until september for full compliance Wilh the com Promise plan. T under the Compromise Only j.7iju students would be bused in desegregation shifts As of to students who would have been involved in an earlier plan to desegregate the if Lei virtually All Black schools in he 153-school system. The Compromise also called for at least 50 per cent of the system s faculty to be Black and Lor a Black superintendent. A Black superintendent was hired summer Lor the system. Hie plan was called a com Promise because in was an agreement Between the school Hoard my she Atlanta chapter of the National association Lor the advancement of coloured people charging possible collusion or possible conflict o interest. Four groups including the National the fund the Ameri can civil liberties l Nion and Ilic Congress of racial Quality soul in in intervene and were rebuffed by i he list rid court. The appeals court overturned that Rebuff ruling any group which met ils pre Sel guidelines could file a request to intervene. The District court was told hearings should be scheduled so it could Issue a final order in the ease by May 1. The National a act objected to the Compromise plan so much Hal it disavowed ils at Lanta Chapler. Other school Are Irving to negotiate their Way Oul of explained Nathaniel Jones. An attorn by for the National a act. Thai s Why we had to b r e a k with our Atlanta the american civil liberties Union reportedly objected to the plan because it was drawn up behind closed doors and did not affect suburban Atlanta schools. And he Congress of racial Quality said in walled neigh boyhood schools Wilh no busing involved .11 All. In sen Riim the Case Back to the i a. District court for fur her hearings Sheapp Earlscourt said in now agreed that inc present plans offer no grounds Lor agreement in the controversial Case. the prior Appeal of his Case it has become obvious that the Pursuit of an agreed settlement of this class action has said the appeals court. As the District court poignantly observed the moments of truth for this seem to have Slipper away. We Are now satisfied thai they Are irretrievable. In stale of affairs no plan can he approved As a valid composition of the differences being the appeals court concluded. In 25 years. Although increasing to another record the middleman marketing Bill of s77.2 billion represented an increase of Only 2.4 per cent from 1971. That was less than half the middleman increase of 5.9 per cent in 1971. The report said Over the past 10 years the average annual Rise has been 5.1 percent. Florence morning news thursday August 23, 1973 7-d life s Greener there Washington a in the generation since world War ii the entire life style and Economy of Greenland has changed radically the National geographic society reports. Thanks to the nearly million poured into Greenland annually by a benevolent Dan ish government a former Stone age people has moved into the 2nih Century. The report said keying services accounted pm All of Ilic middleman incr a they Curc defined to include Itie use of prepared foods Ami convenience items. This was the first nine the Cost of providing services accounted for nil the Crowth in the the report said. The rep nil indicated that processors have taken a smaller bite from the total food marketing Bill Over the years Down from 45 per cent in 1958 to 35 Pel cent last year. However the actual Cost in dollars has risen at the Rale of about 3 per cent a year from 517.7 billion in 195h o s reportedly getting biggest share s26.8 billion. Labor costs accounted for nearly 44 per cent of the processors Hill in 1972, compared with less than c7 Oer cent in 195k." the report said. Profits accounted for h per cent up from 6 per cent in 1959." the United states purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867. Cab agrees to airline fares reduction ii f i vol the i a f i tin r Washington aim the civil aeronautics Hoard wednesday agreed to let four airlines Cut their midweek excursion Lares by up to nearly 50 per cent on flights of More than 2.000 Miles. The fare reduction Triy Inalie was proposed by United air lines As ils answer to dip de Mand schedule flights of Twa and american airlines. Twa. American and Noil Wisl joined with United How Ever in requesting he mid week fares Cut Back also. Twa said in plans to keep ils demand schedule flights which go into effect oct. I. If the midweek flights Don t make he demand flights economically unfed Siulc. 3 breasts 3 giblets 3 leg quarters bucket of Chicken whole Chicken legs Plain talk about our Home Center you la soon discover that Kmart food leads the Way in savings for your Back to school needs. Our Homo Center department offers shoppers a wide variety of non food merchandise and special Back to school buys. Plus there Are gift items hardware Small appliances health and Beauty aids and much More. Our Home Center offers truly one Stop shopping Complete with Low prices. Of Merita round Pound beef Urke Chicken Hole Sun Frozen Range juice Forton earn pies by s Frozen it Corn que Frozen licked dinners ads Eye Jol whip Dorton Irke House Rolls Mel-0-crust White bread Booth sixteen fish Sticks sliced pork loin pork chops Merita glazed doughnuts Mel of crust fresh baked oven Rolls Mel of crust hot dog or sliced Bacon so 15 in. 1.19 i the subject is hamburger buns a favorite Crayola crayons kids need Bic pens Jcj Booth heat a serve savings breaded shrimp country Ham pork chops Kobey s to Fate Sticks Little Debbie Oatmeal cookies Kraft puffed marshmallows Van Camp s pork n Beans French s salad Mustard . Tomato Catsup Armour Vienna sausage Margarine fast n easy elmers glue paper mate flair pens All colors plastic carrying Case Bic banana pens White rain hair i Spray j Beautiful Ahir Breck shampoo 7 of. Bottle kiddie 1 lunch Box the Rmos i divided subject Book pack of 8 wooden pencils a must Ball bearing Compass 37 12 Inch magnifying ruler 37 pack of b school erasers raft pure Range juice Velch s pure rape juice Jorden s Cream cheese Pillsbury Apple turnovers Buttermilk biscuits bottle 49c composition Book notebook filler paper Joy liquid bold detergent cake mix q 19 o2. Box of for . Pink detergent . Pure Cane sugar All purpose russet Chicken breast 2est bar soap paper towels Fonda White paper plates potatoes Chicken thighs creamy smooth mid Mayonnaise oreo cookies . To Stettes Abc animal cookies Abc Ella Vanilla wafers . Cut Green Beans i Chicken legs Chicken wings country style Backbone All autocrat flavors Booth butter Crisp 12 of. Fish titbits l Campbell s Tomato soup our special potato chips ice Cream butter cookies Maxwell House jumbo California Price effective Date month Day yeah we Reserve the right to limit quantities no sales to dealers rain checks Given on unavailable advertised items la. Bag limit 1 order Honey Dew melons . Cooking Pride Saltine crackers . Table Salt . Tea bogs . Apple sauce Peanut butter 48 16 of. Can 19e 2011 Hoffmeyer Road . Apple juice american has not commented Yel. The demand Flig iils offer the same savings bal require Pas sengers to put up a s20depo.sil to Days in Advance of their de parture Day. Hiss Case complaint rejected Washington api the Federal com Mission ruled wednesday that Algor Hiss Case is no longer a Imine rovers of Public import tance1 subject to equal Lime pro visions of the 1 x c s fairness doctrine. William Hay. Chief of i acc s complaints and compliance division rejected a complaint by accuracy in Media inc. That a wis he. Mew York radio interview with Hiss in dec. In. With issues of Public importance in a Ono sided Man the complaint said Hiss statements were entered around the con Len lion dial he was never is member of inc communist party. Ihal he was never a spy for the .s.h. And that in was unjustly and wrongfully Cun Vic cd of perjury or denying these charges under Hiss new ill. Has Lieen out of jail for 21 years Aller spending 4-1 months in prison and still is fighting in the courts in dear his name. Accuracy in Media inc a Washington based organization said in loll in he that the interview rinsed fair Ness doctrine obligations Ami requested Tinl Hie station present a Luli ire program Dis cussing the Case limn a mire Clis interested Bui the Slali in replied Hal the events discussed on the pro Gram look place More than 20 years ago and did not involve any current controversial Issue of Public importance Ilie com Lii in said. Hay s Icher said dial in in Voke inc fairness must visa Issue of Public Imp Lance on which i lie broadcaster Lias re fused to allow a reasonable and balanced Point of View. Lie said in is within the Lis Frelion of inc broadcaster in determine whether a controversial Issue of Public Lance has Yeen presented. Also. Lie said in is up to the Coin Plain and to establish Hal the is Al Ion s judge rail in such Mai lers is unreasonable or lacking in Good Faith. Hay agreed Villi in he thai since Hiss conviction occurred Over 20 years ago hat Argil meals and Bruil he details of the Hiss Case present mailers which Are newsworthy Only in terms of heir historical interest. The letter emphasised Hal the question to be decided was Mil the Rinilli or la Silv of Hiss Sale men of lie Crudi Billy of his version of Ilie Case Bill rather the reasonableness of the station s judgment. Nuclear treaty signed by China City Law t tilt people s Republic of China has signed he trealy ref talc Loco. Which bans nuclear weapons in America. Chinese ambassador i Siung Hsiang Hui signed inc pad tuesday Al a ceremony Blore inc opening of the third general Assembly of he organisation for he f Rohi Hilion of nuclear weapons in America China is i lie fourth country Wilh nuclear weapons to sign he trealy. The foiled Stales France and Britain signed ear Lier. Lising said China s approval of the trealy does not affect ils opposition of treaties on the Over All nonproliferation of nuclear weapons and the partial prohibition of nuclea1 tests. Certain countries Hal pos sess Large nuclear arsenals use precisely those two Irealius to is Lallish their nuclear Monopo i by. Superiority and Hegemony in. The he said. China finds itself obligated to develop its nuclear weapons and does so Wilh the single objective of defending in self and breaking up the nuclear monopoly and finally eliminating nuclear Cap

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