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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 7, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaA a november Florence to Chinu Jib no Oil crisis growing worse rope and Japan. _ the total possible shortage is Between 2.4 million and 3.6 Mil barrels of the daily . Consumption of about 17 million barrels a loss of 14 per cent or More. That adds up to trouble. The first fuel to reach Short age status was propane Gas at tacked by sudden increases in demand natural Gas stagnated. The and imposed Mandato try wholesale allocation last month. The next set of fuels was the distillate group including Home heating Oil diesel and Jet fuel and kerosene. In of Winter Short mandatory allocation was imposed on them nov. 1. Morton said last week Man Tia tory allocation probably will to he extended to crude Oil and other Petroleum j. "1 Don t see How we can not have some sort of Prog arh that covers the entire he said. 5 Congress is already process ing legislation to require com plete allocation. The most critical Ijiri ton warned is residual Oil Ifor electric generators on the Kasl if thai runs out. The result be electrical blackouts. The administration has begun to develop new Oil Fields and new Energy sources but results will take years. It considered seeking Legisla to open the Elk Hills naval Reserve for production and to require stepped up commercial Oil production b o v e maximum efficiency rates. For the immediate future of say. The Only recourse is to Cut consumption. The administration itself has a program to Cut its own fuel consumption 7 percent and -5ias urged the Public to Cut Back per cent. It has organized Labelling programs to Consumers shop for " Energy saving cars and air airlines have Cut flights from their schedules. Rut the really Tough fuel cuts i still lie ahead. The administration s Contin gency to Cope with fuel caused by War or disrupting developments Calls for just the kind actions already taken vol in inlay conservation then Man allocations before in to mandatory fuel and All out rationing. R the Jackson Bill and the and a ministration s current thinking jew la aim toward those final of the contingency plan. It is far too Early to predict a that such legislation would eventually contain i rut some of the ideas under review include --0 r d e r i n g sonic Power plants to switch from Petroleum orgasm Octal. Increasing current product Jion in Domestic Oil Fields r clean air standards to permit the burning of High Fulfur Coal and Oil. Preparation of slate and local fuel saving plans. A of 1. Forking hours for non essential business and Industry. Fuel use by nones Jenial activities. T Daylight saving time All Yea around. J nationwide Speed Jimis of 50 Miles an hour to reduce automobile gasoline consumption. Mentioned in the contingency plan but not yet in legislative proposals was a limitation of gasoline sales possibly by ban filing ils Sale on weekends. Hoth Jackson and the administration propose authority for the president Coset up a standby fuel rationing Prog Arn with printed ration tickets ready to go on Short no Tice. I and on Fop of everything. Whatever fuel is available is Al most certain to go up in Price pushed in that direction both by economics and by a govern ment policy aimed at discouraging consumption. Morton says the Lough fuel saving measures May not be attractive but they May be come necessary to save jobs keep schools and hospitals operating and keep families from going cold. Morton adds that americans better dig in for a Long siege. American Energy crisis is not Morton warned recently. It is not go ing to be limited to this Winter or this year or even this administration. Instead it clearly is the greatest Issue facing the american people during the next Kissinger unable to accept prize in person Washington a Secretary of state Henry a. Kissin Ger has turned Down an invitation to accept the 1973 Nobel peace prize in person because of the press of business in a world beset by recurrent in a letter to the Nobel peace prize in Oslo nor Way Kissinger named ambassador Thomas Byrne to accept the Honor in his place Dur ing ceremonies dec. 10 Byrne is the american ambassador to Norway the letter was dated nov. 2 and addressed to mrs. Aase i ones chairman of the com Mittee. Kissinger wrote that i am deeply moved by the award of the Nobel peace prize which 1 regard As the highest Honor one could Hope to achieve in the Pursuit of peace on this Earth. Kissinger said that although he could not attend the ceremony i would Hope and consider it a privilege should you so visit Oslo at a future appropriate Date to deliver the lecture which i understand is customarily Given by laureates o the Nobel peace Kissinger received the Honor along with be due Hoof North Vietnam. Kissinger and Tho negotiated the Vietnam peace settlement signed in january. However Tho declined the award on grounds that peace has not been fully restored in Southeast Asia. Postal raise Washington a the Jost of living Council said it will question proposed in ceases in postal rates recently announced by the . Postal service. The Council said it will hold Public hearings on nov 14 15 on the proposed increases which would raise the Price of first class Stamps from 8 to 10 cents and airmail Stamps from Al to 13 cents pm Jbf a tip 3 Boffl Tiv false Teeth Ctm tits incan old a 4 Tuc for for. 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