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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 13, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaIrs Inu Sacry be Premier i our 50th 256 Florence s. C. Daily ids sunday. 15 beef situation unsettled but prospects Are Bright by Thi association a kiss shoppers used to pinching their pennies got i break Al the supermarket in wednesday plenty of beef Al the me ii counters and big Sale signs in the windows. The situation was still in Sci lied two Days alter the rid it the beef Price ceiling and i he beginning of new regulations in Oiler foods. Lint an associated press Survey Onmi that prices in most areas Wresl Abeland in a few cities Here were declines ".mrs. Consumer Lias won the said a new York meal wholesaler lie said More and More cattle were a Cong slaughtered and there might Boa glut on the Market. The consumer is nol prepared Loveat that much he said. Several new York City chains said they were lowering beef prices As a competitive move. Path Mark said in was Selling some cuts at a cent below the previous ceiling Price. Stores in Hartford. Conn., advertised a variety of beef sales this ground Chuck which Hud been a Pound was on Sale at 99 cents a Pound arid porterhouse Steak was si.70 a Pound compared to s1.95i ear Lier. The Connecticut agriculture department said Dairy prices were rising with Milter at a Pound compared to b7 cents three weeks ago. But Hie tie p a r i m o n t newsletter said ground Chuck. Itoi Lod Ham. Chickens and Chuck Speaks were outstanding South Carolina officials said More livestock were being sold this week than last. There were nearly animals sold tues Day at four major markets for example compared to 1.000 auctioned the same Day a week ago. Leon Litchfield. for the livestock Market Al Walterboro. . Said prices did t seem to be affected by the Lack of Federal ceilings in some cases store officials said they simply had t gotten new Price lists from their sup pliers. I m paying More for my beef but the customers Aren said lion Pitts Man Ager of a Public in Miami. I can raise my prices until i get new Price sheets from the company and i Don t have them yet. I could get new prices lists this afternoon or tomorrow and the prices will go Kugena Owen the meat buy Foi Shaw s supermarket Chain in Maine said beef prices have stayed the same. There has t been any indication which Way beef prices Are go he said. Kavc Rybout s holding their breath waiting for somebody else to make a . Thompson sales director for in Dallas said. Beef prices Are fairly steady we do not think there is go ing to he a Radical increase in prices in the next few weeks. However other groceries Are going up. They were Selling below costs and prices now Are catching William Gross Public relations manager for Safeway stores in san Francisco said increased Supply had caused lower prices on some items Livin Huff meal buyer for associated food stores on the West coast also said Supply had in proved Lizul lie said it was Loo soon to Ell what would happen in the next Lew weeks. I Jvon Hie experts could to agree. Dahl Bahr. Meat buyer for inc big hear Chain of stores in Ohio said thai prices would fluctuate Lor a while then would Nellle at Levels above the ceiling. Any consumer who thinks beef will go Down is eng aging in Wishful Bahr said. Al i he same time however. John Davis of Ohio packing co. I Oleal that cattle prices had remained steady and added there s no Way beef prices won t go watergate hearings to resume Washington map ing to wrap up its probe the Senate watergate com Mittee wednesday voted unanimously to resume Public hear Ings sept 24 and attempt to of. 1. Chairman Sam j. Krvin or. . Said the panel would expedite the proceedings by hearing witnesses with highly relevant testimony Only lie said the committee was not responding Al All to pressure to keep the hearings from Nib lie View. Committee aides were Quick in note that nov. 1 is Only a Largel Dale and suggested that the committee won i stick in in if in uncovers dramatic new in formation about political Sabo Tage and Campaign financing in the 11172 presidential race. These matters will come under scrutiny when the panel completes the watergate phase of its investigation. There is Little question that committee senators have loss their taste for the Long and de tailed Icamina Tishi of the Type they conducted into the water Gale break in and White a Nus Rover up. Before summer re Cess they operated on a five Day weekly schedule of hear Ings in the last six weeks of hearings they Hope to meet three Days a week. House fails to override veto by Nixon seven Story tree House Shawn peddle 11, left stands in front of the seven Story tree House that he built in his Back Yard with a Friend Steve Rayborn right. The tree House has 10 Beds and 37 rooms with carpet and insulation in the bedrooms. A t associated Cress writer Washington api pres ident Nix in scored a Light five Vole Vic Lovy in a showdown wednesday in the House on a vetoed medical services Bill. Ii left Nixon unbeaten by con Gress this year in Jive veto fights. The vote was i Velo override to Pul the Bill Inlo Law Over Nixon s objections. Ill supporting the president s rejection of the Bill and one member voting this was five votes Short of the1 required two thirds majority. While the Senate had vol cd 77 to 16 last month to override or 15 mors than the necessary Lwo-1 Birds. Inc action by the House Means the legislation is dead. President Nixon expressed his pleasure at the House action. A White House statement said the president feels to Rose who vol cd to sustain the Velo the thanks of All americans for their actions and for joining in his efforts of lighting inflation. Democrats joined re publicans m Suppon ,o5 pc Sidon t. While democrats and .-10 republicans voted to override the veto. The Bill would have authorized Siho million for new Federal Aid programs designed to develop emergency medical serv ice systems aimed at pre venting needless deaths of heart alack and Accident victims. Nixon vetoed in aug. I. Saying in was too costly and infringed on the role of stale and local governments. The legislation also would have required the Nixon administration to keep operating pub lic health service hospitals in seat la. Hos Lon. Liall Imirie. San Francisco. New Orleans. Gal Neslon. Tex. Salen Island. Ami Norfolk. A. The in spills arc being kept. Open under. Uie Rai i Ouva Junction. Nixon objected to continued operation of in patient facilities of the hospitals which he said have outlived their useful Hep. Barley 0. Staggers. D a. Chairman of the House Commerce committee and chief author of the vetoed Bill said the legislation was aimed at saving thousands of lives in providing fast emergency cart by trained personnel. Civic Leader killed in traffic Accident another bomb rocks 1 Nixon decision expected heart of London Millard Turner District. Manager of the Carolina Power Anil com Pany. Florence District of 52i Rosewood or. Died wednesday in Lohn Slon county. . As a result of injuries received in an Auto train Accident funeral services will in con ducted Al 3 . Friday in Cen trial i nit cd methodist Church by he Rev k. Paid Mcwhiney and Francis s. Chesson. Waters funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Or. Was torn in Hocky mount. . A son of a d. And Myrlle Turner . He had lived in Florence or the past seven years prior to coming to Florence he lived in Hartsville. He was an Active member of Central i filed methodist Church and was serving his second term As chairman of the Hoard of stewards lie was a sunday school Leacher of the Christian family class and a member of Hie choir. He was a member of the Florence rotary club past president of the chamber of Commerce served on various commit Lucs with the local a bomb explodes in an office building on one of London s Busi est streets. Page 8b. Housing Aid near for needy Index comics 5d pc . Adopts a wait and see g attitude toward the military Junta deaths 2a now ruling Chile. Page 9b. Doctor 3c Millard. Dozier Dies from injuries crusades past District chair Man of the boy scouts director of the boys club of America a member of inc Florence Conn try Chili and a Veteran of the t Hilld Stales Navy. World War ii. Surviving in addition loins parents of Rocky mount Are his wife. Mrs. Joyce Davis Pozier ill Llorence a daughter. Miss Joyce Nicky Prier of Llorence. And a son. Millarch Turner of Florence. In three separate develop ments the . Senate tentatively markets approved raising the Home Mort s s Gage ceiling to 10 per cent a p continuing Scarcity of mortgage state area s Money nationwide is foreseen women and Home loan interest rates hit a new High in August. Page 5a. Weather partly Cloudy with a Chance of thundershowers. Highs mid 80s. Lows mid 60s. Details Page 3a. 4a 8d 2b 1b 6a associated i Russ writer Washington api ident Nixon is nearing a Deci Sion on a proposal to provide direct Cash payments to help cover the housing costs of in incline families. If Nixon embraces the pro Gram As some government sources expect it would Likely first apply to the elderly and then be phased in for other groups Over several years. James t. Lynn Secretary housing and Urban develop ment recommended inc hous ing allowance plan after a six month departmental study. In is part of a housing package that Nixon plans to Send to Congress within the next week. The plan for Cash assistance to Tow income families would be supplemented by proposals to help Middle income americans obtain Holtsi i. But the housing allowance plan is the most dramatic and different approach. In would Call for housing Aid to people instead of for subsidized Homes. In the View of specialists Al the department in could help pre vent much if the scandal thai has plagued Federal housing programs Over the years. This is How a housing allow Ance plan works in theory suppose the program is set up to provide allowances for families earning a year or Sim a month. And suppose the government determined that decent housing in the area where the family lives would Cost Sis la month. The plan would assume that a family could Pul up a part of ils income for housing. The most frequently discussed figure is per cent. In the example Given if is would lies look month. Thus the government allow Ance in this hypothetical situation would a month. The difference i tween what the could pay and the Cost of decent housing in the area. According to informed sources the administration is trying to Nellle no the income level that would to covered and on the percentage of income thai a family would in expected to Pul up for housing the allowance would be provided whether a family rents or buys a Home. Sources said there Are still Many details to work Mil. Including we Cher he payments would be made monthly would have to be actually paid out for housing or should be paid in. Say. An elderly couple lives with relatives. There was t enough Breeze Panama City Fia. A a crowd of annl 200 Young persons gathered at the Liny county sheriff s office wednes Day for the Public burning of Aboul Worth of Mari Juana. Never thought in would draw hat kind of attention.1" sheriff Tullis Loas Lurling. Announced the Public burning Afler confiscating All that stuff Over the last few months. But we did t know we would gel this kind of a fosterling said his audience seemed disappointed at the Day s Calm Breeze hut remained orderly throughout the burning a few of them Kepi idling us to blow the smoke their he said but we ignored a i Russ break Down wednesday morning caused a delay in delivery of annul half of the Flor once morning news newspapers. The press was repaired wednesday morning toil Loo Laic for the Carrier in ihi1 City area to deliver their papers before school opened. The pressroom is Back to Normal now and the Pali nor of on readers is greatly state officials told fuel rationing Here new chilean Junt consolidates position Santiago. Chile al1 the new military Junta buried Salvador Allende on wednesday and warned armed supporters of the dead marxist president that they would in shot on the spot if taken scattered resistance to the regime continued and unofficial sources estimated Ihal in tween and 1.000 had in in killed since the military revolt tuesday. Explosions were heard in some Industrial and snipers barricaded in of fice buildings exchanged fire with military patrols in the streets below. Six Hundred leftists surren dered after a gunfight Al the technical University near Down town Santiago sources said. In another Brief skirmish soldiers moved in and occupied the Large slate owned i Catuy factory in inc capital. Officials said the new govern ment expelled 150 cuban of i remiss from country tues Day. They were escorted to inc Argentine Border. Firm estimates of casualties were impossible to obtain since no movement was permitted in the City and no official figures were issued. Many people have been Stran ded Ever since inc coup in office buildings and hotels Mil allowed to return lot heir Homes or logo out for food and drink. All businesses were closed and the streets were empty of civilians. There were conflicting re ports on the whereabouts of Al lend s widow who was in Liev Cal to have returned recently com Mexico where she look part in Relief work. Newsmen received reports of gunfights Between soldiers and armed workers occupying fac tories to protest the coup which toppled the Western hemisphere s first freely elected marxist government Allende had called on workers at the snarl of the coup to occupy factories in defense of his three year old government. It was his last message. The military Junta said wednesday that the 05-year-old Allende who dedicated his life to tics bad killed himself As troops closed in on the presidential Palace. Chile s ambassador Louril Ain. Alvaro buns or. Said in London thai he doubled the Jun to s version. I Don i think president Allende committed he said if he is dead. He has killed. Only a Lew weeks ago Allende said he would not commit suicide whatever the j Eron isl newspaper 101 Mundo in lit Enos Aires. Argen Tina said in had Learned from one of Allende s bodyguards thai allude was killed. Police officials threatened to blow up buildings if Neces sary in silence snipers. A ordered All civilians in this City of three Mil lion not logo into the streets Indianapolis. Ind. A a mandatory Federal Luck Al location program is to be announced on Friday slate officials said on wednesday. An informed source said White House Energy John told state officials Hist week the controls would be imposed nationwide. Indiana officials said Iney were preparing a lengthy report on the fuel situation limed for release monday after the Federal controls Are announced. The source said the Federal allocation program would designed to slates supplies and would involve for instance lapping additional sources of propane Gas hard up by Indiana love director White House Energy policy office told Oil executives at a briefing last month that Many of them have shown callous ills regard Tor regular customers under the present voluntary program for allocating scarce fuels. He w arned Industry representatives they must make this voluntary allocation plan work or face the possibility of Petro Leum la ing brought under mandatory controls that might never be removed. The nation faces the possibility of fuel shortages this year after last Winter s Scarcity of Healing Oil and natural Gas. The White House asked for Industry comment on a mandatory allocation program on May 9. But has said Hie administration wants to avoid such action. Sen. Henry m. Jackson. Wash., proposed mandatory Al location this week and said in was necessary in insure Ade quate supplies for Public serv ice facilities and hospitals

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