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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 27, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaFlorence morning news thursday september 11-a Nixon signs Compromise vocational rehabilitation Bill Washington a pres ident Nixon signed com Promise vocational rehabilitation Bill wednesday saying it augurs Well for Prog Ress in settling White Blouse congressional disputes on other legislation. It is a Rood Day for All americans who have wanted the Congress and the administration to Stop butting Heads and Start pulling together for lie Public Nixon said in a statement. Nixon had vetoed More expensive Bills last october and March authorizing billion or More for vocational rehabilitation programs in the two year period. At the Oval office ceremony Nixon was flanked by Republican and democratic members of Congress who had helped work out the Compromise. One of them. Sen. Jennings Han Dolph d-w.va., called the a joint Effort a and Nixon responded that the legislation proved in the end we get to most of the funds will go to slates under 80-20 Matching Grants to rehabilitate the Handi capped and find jobs for them. In the current fiscal year the White House said he Money will provide services for More than 1.2millionpersonsand will result in the rehabilitation of individuals. In a statement released As he signed the Bill. Nixon said the process of hammering out a Compromise on this matter was Long and it is heartening however that neither the Congress nor the administration allowed the smoke of legislative skirmishes to obscure the goal we have shared from he Nixon said. That goal he added is continuing and improving a program which has Long been one of the most humanitarian and effective of All Federal Grant Secretary of health. Educa Tion and welfare Caspar Wein Berger told newsmen before the ceremony that the authorization is million above Nix on s budget request but added it was within the amounts hat can be attention would your group like to earn some extra Money Quick. To or More. Write to Clark promotions for free information. Replies answered same Day. Reply to Clark promotions p. 0. Box 5051, Florence . 29501. Fund raising groups Brandt wars on hunger United nations . A West German Chan cellar Willy Brandt made his . Debut wednesday with a Call for War on hunger. Where hunger prevails there can be no peace in the Long said Brandt who won the Nobel peace prize in 1971 for promoting East West Friend ship. That policy led last week to . Membership for both Ger Many. He declared. We must not Only establish and very quickly what food is needed to keep Large sections of Mankind from hunger but also whether the states Are prepared to accept he rules required to that end. Morally it makes no differ he added whether a Man is killed in War or is condemned to starve by the indifference of others. We shall have to decide to break with the ritualistic traditions who proscribes War also has to proscribe the 59-year-old Brandt told the 135-member Assembly. He Lieve me. The wild dream that the destiny of a nation can be fulfilled Only in unbridled nationalism has in our Case completely faded at the same time. Brandt made Clear that West Germany unlike Kast Germany has not abandoned a Long Range goal of German unification. He said it would seek to create a state of peace in in which the German people can regain their Unity in free self determine our gratification Over he fact thai we have been Given a Friendly Welcome Here is Miti gated by the division of Europe which is glaringly Manifest in Germany and which almost three decades after the end of the War. Still claims its he said. Brandt also called for renunciation of the use of Force and said thai West Germany intends to Champion human rights a packed Assembly Hall gave him a id second ovation after the German language speech. Among the listeners was . Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger. The Gap Between Rich and poor was also emphasized by British foreign Secretary sir Alec Douglas Home in his pre pared speech. Indian Leader wanted Minneapolis. Minn. Map Joseph Trimbach. Special Agnlin charge of the min Neapolis Fri office said wednesday a Federal fugitive warrant has been issued for american Indian movement aim Leader Dennis ranks. Tri Inbach said the warrant was issued tuesday at rapid cily . On the Assumption that Banks had fled South a Kola to avoid prosecution on state charges stemming from a Keb. B disturbance al the Cus ice. Courthouse. The Cutler county grand jury on aug. 30 charged Banks. With assault arson burglary riot and conspiracy in connection with the feb. 6 disturb Ance. Banks is also under a Federal indictment in connection with the feb. 27 takeover at wounded knee. . And is free on Bond on the Federal charges. Banks last known address was in Minneapolis the Fri said. Dutch

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