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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 13, 1973, Florence, South Carolina.4-c thursday september 13.1973 Florence morning news prices steady Chicago a cattle markets Brynn settling Down wednesday and for the third straight Day since retail Price controls were Reid moved there were no wide fluctuations in the Price of live beef. A marketing specialist forthe agriculture department in Chi Cago said markets seemed to be returning to Normal and he expected prices for live cattle to remain for some time reasonably close to where they Are prices at representative markets today was generally mixed showing no wide changes from previous Days. The markets seem to be settling Down so that things Are based on Supply and said Rick scene of the us a in Chicago the number of cattle for Sale wednesday increased which was another sign that uncertainty since controls were lifted was lessening. Scene said that 12.goo Slaugh Ter cattle were sold at representative markets compared with 11.rod last week. This was still town. However from 18.100 of a wednesday a year ago. Commodity futures for soy Beans dropped sharply wednes Day on the Chicago Board of Trade in the Wake of govern ment reports indicating a record soybean yield this year. The agriculture department estimated this year s soybean yield at billion bushels 25 per cent above he figure. The Corn estimate was 5.77 Bil lion bushels. Per cent Over 1972 and wheat production was estimated at 1.73 billion Bush Els. 12 per cent Over last year. Soybeans dropped to the limit of 20 cents a Bushel allowed by the Board. Meal was Down the limit of s10 and Oil was Down the limit of 100 Points or 1 cent a Pound. Wheat Corn and Oats prices were irregular. Palmetto farms South Carolina Large medium Bayer aspirin Alka Seltzer Quantity rights reserved none sold to dealers prices Good thru sat., sept. 15th Maxwell a Coffee puff Lyonnaise chek 5sorted flavors final discharge parties interested will please take notice that Mary b. Marsh. of the estate of Wilden h. Marsh deceased has ibis Day made application unto the court of probate of Florence county for final discharge As such executrix and that he 1st Day of october 1973. At 10 o clock . Is the time appointed for a hearing on the petition. Palsy s. Stone judge of probate. Florence county a Algots Corn Oil notice to creditors All persons having claims or demands against the estate of Rose Marie Mccrary. Deceased arc requested to present the same itemized and verified to the undersigned duly qualified executrix of said estate within the time prescribed by Law. Five months and All persons indebted to the said estate arc asked to make prompt payment to the under signed. Annc. Milestone sept. 13.20.27 i Eoria. Ill two in one los Angeles a Jim my Lee and Jacqueline Peck were married at an army recruiting station. They Promisee in love Honor and obey each other Ami to defend the Constitution. Municipal judge Ronald Swearinger who is also an air Force Reserve officer per formed the Back Loback wed Ding and enlistment ceremonies monday. The Recruiter Kinda though of it and Kinda went said Lee 20, who enlisted for four years As an infantryman. Jackie 19, enlisted for three years As a Telephone operator. They be known each other since they were in High school in a har Bra Calif. Asked Why he was gelling married and enlisting in the army at the same time said. I Kinda though i d get it All Over Wilh at the couple will undergo 16 weeks of training separately before being assigned together to it. Lewis. Wash. Lack of interest Indianapolis ind. A a three Day symposium in tended to launch Indiana s efforts to Cope with the Energy crisis ran out of Energy before it Ever started. Robert c. Morris executive director of the Indiana depart ment of Commerce said the conference was cancelled due to a Lack of Thrifty maid Astor instant Grapefruit Coffee 6-oz. Jar 88 enriched Vilh Bull Illk bread 3 Ivy la. Loaves hamburger buns .211-oz. Pkg. 550 or fruit cinnamon buns 2 1pvav 920 12-oz. Can 530 18-oz. Can 750 Oun Caw Brownie mix my. 7-oz. Box Peanut butter 12-oz. Jar Btl. Thrifty maid Cream or whole Kernel Corn 4 1-lb. Cans Thrifty maid Green Beans 5 1-lb. Cans your favorite baby food Beech nut str tried _. Junior turned v Junior Ger 8c berber s it Junior pkg tit or. Air air we Brand beef Boneless full Cut we Brand beef whole Boneless round Cut free into steaks roasts trimmings we Brand beef Boneless sirloin tip steaks la Sunnyland red hots smoked sausage 1-lb. 8-oz. Pkg. Palmetto Fath we Brand beef Boneless sirloin tip roasts Jiffy Brand Gravy sliced Turkey fresh pork spareribs la Pimento cheese spread 990 Palmetto farm liver pudding la 59c we Choice sliced All meat Bologna or All meat Franks of frosty morn br4nh chunk Bologna 12-oz. Qq., pkg. La. 89c seafood dept. H 1 0 Brand dressed Whiting la. 390 Box Boneless turbot fillet la. 790 25-lb. Box French Fried Perch fillet ib.8sjc 10-lb. Pkg. 57.99 Dairy dept. We Brand individually wrapped sliced . Pkg. 890 Supe Brand assorted flavors Yogurt .4 8-oz. C ups 980 super hand mild . . No. 1 White Khwes Harvest fresh produce Best buys in Frozen foods Mountain grown tomatoes super Brand ice Cream Harvest fresh lettuce no head Over 25 sandwiches crinkle Cut la 25 potatoes pkg. Of 12 2-lb. Pkg. 89 Pepp Ridge farm is 69 cakes Golosh chocolate Mosol can Upton Tea bpm Upton Tea .8-oz. Lipton Teh my. Vine ripened yellow onions Sweet and Juicy Bartlett pears la 29 vegetables 2 palmolive liquid 22-oz. Btl. Lipton Tea bags .100-0. Honeydew 69 Whiting steaks Golden chocolate Vanilla Coconut or Devil s food Dixiana writ it Stim com a prelim try str to thu Cut Orwa Mai taste-0-sea t

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