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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 3, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaGood morning it s wednesday october our50th year no. 276 Florence s. Daily 10sunday 15e government to buy unsold tobacco Federal auction to be held later a c Mon just one Little kiss ponch the Pooch and nubs the Kitten Don t Ever fight like cats and they spend whole Days just nuzzling playfully in the Shade of Cavanaugh Bartell s general merchandise store at Bartell s Crossroads near Hemingway. Their master says the two Are S.C. Good companions they Don t even fight Over tasty handouts. Photo by Terry Hill morning news slate Zdilor is Iulah Carolina tobacco unsold when cleanup auction sales on the markets end next week will in taken under government loan. Sen. Strum Thurmond k-s.c., announced tuesday. The senator said tobacco taken Al stabilisation Price sup port Rales will inter sold at auction with the margin alive Hie support Price to in passed along to the Farmers. Marion s. Fowler executive manager of the s. Tobacco warehouse association said collection Points will he established where tobacco will lie graded Ihen bought at support prices. This tobacco will be Kepi separate from other stabilisation stocks and will be sold separately with the Overall prices nver Supperl prices being returned in proportionate shares to the Kowler said. He said the proposal was brought up and worked Oul in a series of meetings Between affected agencies after a meeting of the Industry wide flue cured tobacco marketing committee in Raleigh in. C., week. Mechanics of the system arc in ing worked out under Winch the tobacco will in re dried and stored. Fowler said it will help avoid heavy losses to spoilage or heavy travelling expenses for Farmers to take tobacco to nor Thern markets. Tentative plans Call for collection Points to he set up in Lake cily and Mullins. An announcement will in made on the details next Fowler said. Lie said the sole aim of the plan is to protect the grower from losses. Fowler said the North Carolina Border licit May work out a similar plan since Alliey face a similar situation with leftover tobacco. Thurmond said the decision by lie u. S. Department of agriculture is important to the Many tobacco Farmers who would not have been Able to sell their tobacco the announcement the senator said comes at a Lime when some Farmers would have had to go out of business if this move had not been slate Farmers had an estimated 12 million pounds of tobacco left when the stale s markets ended their season last thursday hut a meeting of the see Toi Iacco. Pake poster child Scott Hafen 5, who was named the 1974 March of dimes National poster child feeds a calf at his grandparents farm near Las vegas Nevada. Scott the son of or. And mrs. Gary Hafen was born with open spine and hydrocephalus. A Senate approves uncut Aid Bill wholesale milk prices increase by the associated i Russ the nation s Dairy Farmers have boosted wholesale prices by up to two a cols a i and some producers say the latest increases could Start showing up Al tin1 supermarket within the next few Days. An associated press Survey showed that milk producers in All parts of the country raised prices at the beginning of the week. Generally about Lio cents per Hundred pounds of milk. There Are about quarts in pounds. The i to largest associations of milk producers led the Way. A spokesman for associated milk producers. Inc. Which has members in 20 slates and describes itself As the largest Dairy Farmer cooperative in the nation said tuesday that prices had been upped in the North Central and Midwest re Gions. A spokesman for associated milk producers which Lias its Headquarters in Kan Antonio said the increases were up into effect "1o provide some eco nomic incentive to Dairy farm ers to slay in lie said rising costs had forced Many Farmers Oul of the Dairy business and that production is currently about three or four per cent below last year soulful. Mid America dairymen inc., the second largest producer also announced increases effective monday and said the boosts affecting 13 Midwest and Southern Stales would Range fru Millu . The Maryland and Virginia milk producers association representing 1.000 Dairy farm ers in the Middle Atlantic slates announced monday thai prices charged to processors would be raised about two cents a quart. The group provides about 55 per cent of the milk sold in Washington area stores and James Click general manager predicted the Price hike would be passed on to Consumers within a week. We just had to make an he said citing rising product Ion costs. Yankee milk a Newington Conn cooperative which handles 75 per cent of the milk produced in new England. Also in creased its prices iwo cents Al some said Walter Bryant a spokesman for the company there is going to in a reaction to Price increases and Consumers will Stop buy ing Washington a Senate passed a s1.2 billion Lor eign economic Aid authorization Hill tuesday after refusing twice in make substantial cuts. By a one Vole margin the Senate turned Down -i7-ib an amendment by sen. Frank Church. A Idaho. To impose a billion limit on authorisations for the fiscal year end ing rejected was an Amend ment by sen. J w. Fulbright. To Cal the total author to is billion. The 54 to -12 vote on final Pas Sage sends the Bill to a Confer ence with he House which in eluded billion in economic Aid in a combined billion military economic Aid package. The Senate Hill includes s million. S2sfi million less than president Nixon s budget re quest for reconstruction and humanitarian assistance. Adopted by voice vote were to amendments by sen. K d Ward m. Kennedy. In mass. To a priority for humanitarian relict for War orphans and other civilian casualties another Kennedy Amend ment also adopted by voice Vole expressed he sense of Congress thai president Dixon should deny Chile any Aid other than humanitarian assistance until he finds that the new government there is protecting human Anghis Minier International agreements. More promised lunch program by Congress grand strand business i Breaks All records 1 driving wrong car a social Blunder Index j grand strand business activity according to a recent sur vey has broken All previous rec comics 9a Jujj ords. Page 1b. Deaths 2a Jim four Florence High school doctor 5a coaches discuss last week s vie editorials 4a lories. Page 1c. Markets 8c Britain orders its naval forces sports 1c Oul of Iceland s disputed fishing grounds. Page 10a. Women 6a x j weather partly Cloudy with Little change Kin temperature. High today and thursday up x per 80s Low tonight upper 60s. Details Page 2a. Paris a Oleg Cassini. Who has dressed some of the world s most glamorous women and now is also an automotive designer said tuesday he thinks cars should be Clad for Day and evening just like their owners. I would like lose a special package offer of iwo Muchni Cally identical cars one dressed for informal Day use and the other in glamorous lines and materials for formal occasions. I he French Burn de signer said. The slag is set. In the United slates at least for ibis romantic Cassini said. The stylist was in Paris for the introduction to Europe of the american motors Cassini Matador line he designed. It will be shown Al the Paris Auto show opening thursday. Maynard Jackson gains slim Lead Jackson leads in Atlanta race Atlanta la. Lap vice mayor Maynard Jackson seek ing to become the firs Black mayor of this Southern City widened his Vole margin late tuesday night Over incumbent Sam Massett with to of the City s precincts reporting. Jackson had 25.500 Voles or per cent. Massell was second with i-i.5h.1 votes or 22.li cent closely followed by former Congress Man Charles u cd incr with lil. 882 or 21.5 per cent. X i Yav a House and Senate conferees agreed tuesday to increase Federal support for the school lunch program by 20 per cent in order to meet higher food costs. The increase from ii cents to it cents per lunch would Cost Sim million a year. The Bill also contains an escalator clause to provide automatic increases in Deal with any future increases in food cos is. Rep Carl fax Perkins. Chairman of the House conferees said he hoped the Hosl in Federal payments would keep schools from dropping he lunch program because of ils increased costs. Austrians Adamant on closing centers elks vote 4-1 to end All White policy Price increases for soap okayed i Ixcaco a Mem lots lion s largest fraternal order. Pm. Ratified a change a of the benevolent and protect Sili i tuesday that Ualifi Rolion proved by a ill majority at the live order of elks have voted by Means the word White will be National convention in Chicago a i a majority lot Mil Blacks Delclef from the elks con . And Oiler Niino Rily groups to Sli Lulion and Sla Lules As a con join Lilion . The Vole was in in 1 Vor of the change and iflil.27li against now that this Issue has been said in a statement the order of elks can gel Back to concent i at ing ils efforts on the Many Bon Vole no and charitable works for which in has in ii famous for More than Vil a a. Austria Lap Chancellor Bruno Kreisky turned Down a dramatic personal Appeal tuesday from israeli Premier Sciolda Mir that he reverse his decision to close group transit facilities for so Viet jewish emigrants. Kreisky told newsmen alter a i a lunar meeting with mrs. Meir that be alternative that the United nations be asked to assume responsibility Lor the nearby Schoenau Castle transit Camp for soviet jews in route to is Rael the austrian government agreed last saturday to close the Camp in return for the re lease of four hostages held by two palestinian terrorists. The decision prompted Strong pro less from Israel and the sudden visit by mrs. Meir the israeli Premier looking tired and grim tuesday night at Tel Aviv s Airport after returning to Israel said she was very sad Ali us the Kidnap affair and ils aftermath but added that the austrian decision to close the Camp would not affect relations Between the two countries. Israel docs not believe in solving problems by breaking relations. Will find another said. The israeli Premier said the most convenient solution would to Fly soviet jewish Immi Grants directly from Moscow to Tel Aviv til stressed thai in depends on the soviet govern ment Kreisky said be cabled aus Trian foreign minister ii Udolf in new York tuesday instructing him to propose thai the . High commissioner for refugee questions lie asked to assume re spun Sivility for Lecamp. Washington Al i the Cost of living has approved Price increases thai can mean higher for soap detergents paper and hits in Ginny a next week. The increases were rallied tuesday to Curlain Nian fac hirers or . I iving the Advance nnlici1 under phase i . They arc effective del.11. I mailers arc allowed lop ass S.C. Price increases along to lie consumer. The increases approved Lor will r cent Over present retail prices. Major companies had asked for an increase of ii 5 Tor cent. The companies in the paper Industry will lie allowed to in cease prices i individual part products an average of it till the companies in the snap and Delco genl Industry will by allowed to increase prices an average of us per cell. Al i Hough i lie Council noted sonic individual prices May in up As much Asil a percent. The Council held Public hear Ings do ing the week of sept. 17 on the proposed increases in All hirer industries. Propane rationed fuel Oil next a the Nixon admin Isle Ilion imposed government control tuesday on the of propane Gas and promised Sim Ilar con i nos on Home Healing Oil within 11 few weeks. John a. Love director of in he said the programs Are needed to ensure Bat no Home or Hospital goes Uit Loul Ade Quale heat and ii farm is with out adequate propane Healing Oil is needed especially in the Multi cast and up per Midwest where winners Are John a. Love mind glory allow Nylon unmanly on the wholesale level requiring fuel distribution to past customers in proportion to what they received list year. Hut they include provisions for changeling fuel supplies first to whose needs fall within a list of priorities love told newsmen the allo fice said imposition of Man needed by Farmers to dry crops Calion program would Mil directly affect fuel prices still controlled by the Cost of living Council but he has scr nov Jiro Grams arc designed to work Mei Ideal Price con Liok be removed Hilli to stun additional prom lion and to reduce demand he said the propane Allenea while House Energy policy of -.were, while propane is vitally fice said imposition of Inan needed by Farmers to dry crops Malory Alloca Liim May not and by residents of Many Iso a Crl fuel shortages this Winter laced or Mobile Homes. But would at least distribute the mandatory allocation available e supplies fairly. I might be ready in about iwo v weeks and would in carried Oul quickly. Throughout the summer. The administration tried to let the. Lion program takes effect i x Tro cum Industry maintain ils mediately but the hearing my traditional Market distribution voluntarily under Federal guide lines despite complaints Llinat major companies were Interior scr claim la igers c the pressure of shortages 11 Morion culling off inc supplies to inde will administer the programs pendent marketers and Saiu the Liei Iliili Oil Ursoi rain the Tow rect

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