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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 6, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaGood morning it s thursday september 6 1973 e our 50th year 249 Florence s. Daily 10sunday 1sc Congress Back from month Long summer recess Washington i api Gress went Back in work in wednesday after a month Long in minor recess. And the team lion of members in president Nixon s criticism of their performance this year split fan in distinctly a Long parly lines. Nixon s announcement thai lie would Send Congress Ano her stale the Union message Drew the most criticism especially from democrats. Blame Liim for warn ing another stale of the Union message because i he first oae was very said House speaker Carl Albert. D okla. Greatest degree of Accord appeared to be on Nixon s pledge to try to work More closely with Congress in i he fouling months. That pledge. Nixon said was in response to a suggestion from House democratic Leader Thomas i1. O Neill of Massachusetts. Afler the presi. Dent s news Conier Cnoc. O Encill disclosed that he had received a Call from Nixon s Domestic affairs adviser Mclvin h. Laird. Who tentatively arranged a meeting Al the while House Lor Early next week. Lle i Nixon can give a Little and we can give a o Neill said. House Republican Leader Icrael h. Kord of Michigan said he thought Nixon handled himself extremely Welt during the news conference. Pleased the president indicated the executive Branch would work with Congress try ing to gel these things he said. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana Dis agreed with Nixon s statement that congressional action this year is a Diss pointing performance so think Congress has done a pretty Good Workmanlike Mansfield said. We be moved the Hall Over the goal line Sev eral times. And the game in to Over other measures on Albert s list were the remaining appropriations Bills and those dealing with mass transit school lunches pension Reform continuation of programs for ele Alcoa inflation Energy crisis head Nixon s senators Hugh Scott and Mike Mansfield return to work they Are respectively Senate minority and majority leaders Palestine terrorists hold Paris embassy Paris api Palestin Ian terrorists the saudi embassy on wednes Day and took persons hos Tage on the anniversary of i he Munich massacre of israeli athletes. The terrorists threatened to kill the hostages if Iligir de mands were not met. One saudi arabian Diplomat was thrown Oubol a window by the terrorists to underscore their demands. Flip Diplomat was Only a Lia Hily injured said police commissioner Camilla Hou vier. However one terrorist was quoted As saying in negotiations with Arab diplomats we Dnn l. Want this to turn into another the a Rench Rivern men Iiui-4 nol do what the German government did and inter the terrorist eleven israeli athletes slain by the palestinian group Black september a year ago wednesday at Hie olympic games. The palestinians. Irving 1" win the release i a convicted Comrade in Jordan demanded a Light in an unspecified Arab country with the hostages. Want this 1" work Oul without one i Lii palestinians told Nawab Adwan. A rep Oiler Lor the Baghdad. Newspaper Al thaw a. The newsman was used by the terrorists to pass messages. Ai times Lerr lied screams of some of the hostages could he. Heard and some of the captives pleaded for the police to give in Lothe palestinians. In Beirut. The palestinian liberation an umbrella group Lor palestinian i Cirrilla groups denied in Volven enl in the and called it the terrorists seized the embassy soon alter in opened and shouted a series of threats and a shift ing schedule of deadlines to police throughout the Day. The hostages included embassy officials and some women. Tiie palestinians Chr Calend at various times to blow up the embassy. All l he hostages in line room and kill them and slay them one Al a Lime. Kach threat carried a deadline. Soon alter the Man i Brown from i he window of the iwo Story embassy one of the j ales indians told Paris prefect of police. Jean Paolini if in Hall an hour v on do Mil Meel our demands we will execute a a Inch tile saudi diploma tossed i of the window in up by Lii sell alter his jail dusted Sec , Page 5a Washington Lap pres ident Nixon said wednesday he will Send Congress a new state of he Union message calling for action to Stem inflation and to preserve the nation s Energy resources. In his second news conference in two weeks. Nixon also exhorted Congress not to Cut his defense budget. He cautioned thai reductions could Send he United Stales into critical negotiations with the soviet Union later this year in a Sec Ond class Are looking Forward in he next Summit meeting to limiting " ii Lear the preside re said of one major in ending round of discussions. This Groat Elford will Fedes roved if the Congress reduces the budget for Delesc in any substantial Nixon also was. Drawn into exchanges about watergate and the invest Gal Ion of vice presi Dent Spiro t. Agnew by Federal prosecutors in Baltimore Al though questions about the Ter Gale scandal Cid not Domi Nate i be sessions Asil had his hireling with newsmen aug. 12 Al Sanclemente. Calit. The president said he was confident that appeals courts would uphold his right keep from Senate investigators and the watergate grand jury tape recordings of his conversations Willi lorm Raides implicated in the cover up of the june 17, break in of democratic Headquarters. At the same time. Nixon declined to specify what lie would consider to be a ruling of Ilic supreme court for a More detailed account of some of the subjects covered by the pres ident in his press Confer ence see Page 9a. Should the tribunal decide against him. The Mailer of a definitive ruling is one that will he Dis cussed in the Pix Al proce he said. For me to Dis cuss it in Advance would in Nixon has said previously he would obey such a ruling. The president provided a measure of support mean while for Agnew by recalling past expressions of can Larience in him and by saying lie would not dignify with an answer any Hypolit Chical questions based on made by innuendo against the vice president. Nixon cautioned he Oil producing Arab slates thai they could lose their markets in he West if they expropriated . Properly without fair compensation. Lie said he intends to Send Henry a Kissinger to China or discussions with leaders of the communist nation once the so talc confirms him As Secre tary of slate. And he announced he will Velo a Hill to raise he minimum wage from to 52 an hour now. And to s2.20 on july 1. He said he will Send a new stale of in Union message to Capitol Iii next monday be Cai 1 of congressional inaction key elements of Bis program and Congress own spending proposals that he said would bust the budget. The message he said would concentrate on the very High priority area of fighting inflation and would seek action to meet i he needs of the administration is doing All in can to halt inflation with out provoking a recession. Nix on said. Over the a Cal few months he said his economic advisers believe we should he Gin to see some of the benefits of inc phase i control program efforts to increase the food sup ply and Steps taken by the a cd Sec Nixon page5a president Nixon addresses press conference was held in White House East room i a i n i t 11 it Al Al Al 1c i Iii v. I i Al jew w a site for a new i Loi enee office and regional mail handling Lac Lily has been Pur chased by the United Stales postal service in was announced wednesday. The new facility will be Cun so raided on a acre tract Al the Northwest Corneroli Nashua or. And West Streel. Which was purchased Al a Price is i from Waller Tyler Jack s. Tyler and Daniel . The location near inner sales 211 and will have 47.so Square i get of space. The postal service is now soliciting bids for design and construction of the new facility. The announcement was made by sixth District congressman cd Young and United Stales senators Ken Cal Llo lungs is. C., and Strom Thurmond . A separate new Federal building will located on West and cons auction on both is hoped to be stalled in the very near future. Al one Lime a joint project Willi a combination office Federal building was considered but that idea was nixed. After a february meeting Willi Thurmond Young and repro Ost. Page watergate committee asks faster action Delia still offshore by a weak and stationary tropical storm Delia Bung offshore wednesday about i Miles Southwest of Galveston. Tex. The storm dumped up to four inches of rain on the Texas mid roast. And meteorologists were about where she would go next. Delia has weakened considerably said meteorologist Al Len Jacuby of the Galveston weather service. In never achieved Hurricane strength and ils strongest winds now Are Miles per hour. It Dors nol look like she will hurricanes have winds of 75 . Or stronger. Delia which tuesday appeared poised Lor a mighty punch Al the Texas coast did Halle More than Jab the Inland Region w lib some heavy and Rains. More bad Price news expected Washington Capi the government will hit Consumers on Friday with some of he worst Price news of the Posl world War 11 Era when it re leases ils wholesale Price Index Loi August. Sources Al the Treasury department said wednesday the Index May show that farm prices increased More than 20 per cent during the month and thai the Over All wholesale Price Index increased by More Ihan u slaggcring.5 percent. In forecasting record in creases in the wholesale prices for August lie sources cautioned that the Liguras i hey Are working with Are unofficial and based on projections of Troas urn economists. Labor department will release the official Index i i Day. Officials fear in will have an Adverse psychological effect because it will show what happened to food prices after the government lifted ils Price from the Tood Industry on july 18. During the the whole Sale Index actually declined by 1.3 per cent Wilb farm products leading the Way Willi a 5.1-per cent decline. In projecting Al an annual Rale the increase of Over 20 per cent in August would represent an annual Rale of increase of a phenom Al ii per cent. Secretary of the Treasury George p. Said to weeks ago the wholesale Index for August would show an As founding increase. Washington a Senate watergate committee asked a Federal court wednes Day to Speed up action on its Suil to obtain Access to secret while House tapes of conversations Between the president and his former aides. Committee counsel Samuel dash asked . District judge John .1. Sirica to schedule Oral arguments on the Case sept. 12 despite a while House plea fora delay of Al least two weeks. The need for expedition of his cause is urgent for there is a compelling Public interest in the speedy completion of the committee s committee said. An argument on he White House motion Lor delay is scheduled for thursday morn ing. The committee is seeking to obtain some of the same tape recordings that Sirica ordered the president to turn Over for his private inspection to deter mine whether any portion could he submitted to the Wale Gale grand jury. President Nixon s lawyers Are scheduled to file an Appeal of Hal decision thursday carrying the question to the . Court of appeals. Bolh tapes cases arc expected to wind up in the supreme court. Sirica s decision last week came in a suit brought by Spe Cial Wale Gale prosecutor Archibald Cox. The committee suit fags a step behind Cox s suit. Cambodia armoured forced to withdraw i Ehrlichman 3 others reported indicted los Angl ski api John d Ehrlichman. Former lop Domestic adviser to president has been indicted on charges of perjury burglary and conspiracy in the Bieak in at the office of Daniel kills Berg s psychical risk a source said wednesday. Three other former while House aides Gil Krogh. David Young and convicted watergate conspirator g Gordon also were indicted for their in the 0 break in a reliable source said. Krogh was charged with so Lic Lalion of a burglary conspiracy and burglary and Young were charged with burglary and conspiracy to commit a burglary. Ehrlich Man sent w o r d through his attorney Hal he will surrender Here tuesday a list rid attorney s spokesman said Ehrlichman would hear rained the same Day after being booked fingerprinted and photographed. Tuesday is the deadline be for voluntary sur Render of Hose indicted before arrest warrants would be is sued. Krogh sent word that he will appear for arraignment Here thursday afternoon. Young was unavailable for comment but officials said they i Olievet he would surrender Here. They said they it would Lake some Lime to arrange an appearance for . Who is serving a Federal prison sentence in Washington. A. Where lie was convicted in the watergate break in. Sources close to the county grand jury which issued the in decline no secretly tuesday indicated Hal the perjury charge resulted from to Ween Ehrlichman s testimony Here last june s in a secret grand jury session and his later Public testimony before the Senate watergate Commilles in Washington. Other were believed to exist in three memorandums presented to the grand jury during ils prove. The while House Interoffice memos reportedly involved Ehrlichman. Krogh and Young in plans Lor the break in. Krogh and Young headed the under cover while House plumbers charged with plugging leaks of secret information. The indictment was ordered sealed until Al least one of those indicted had surrendered and i list. Ally. Joseph Husch Dei lined comment on the identities of those named. Linsch said however Hal Al Orneys for the defendants had Lieen notified tuesday night and Hal lie expected All would sur Render voluntarily. After booked Ami arraigned the four can go free upon paying in Indech. The maximum sentence upon conviction for burglary. Conspiracy to commit a burglary and perjury is i to ii years in seen do to mints. An armoured unit driving to re Index a town on phenom penh s h perimeter is forced to withdraw comics i by heavy fire. Page 14b. Deaths thousands of youngsters gel Doc or s a Little extra vacation because editorials of teacher walkouts. Page 12b. 13d8 2 a 2a the scorching heal wave that sports s has blanketed the East for nine v Days begins to ease somewhat Page 8b. Women i i weather partly Cloudy and warm Ullh a g Chance of afternoon and evening in undertow ers. Highs in the Low 90s, lows near 70. Details Page 3-a

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