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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 28, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaSeptember Florence morning news St. Louis service stations close red China challenges Taiwan membership about half of the service Lions in St. Louis were closed thursday in the latest protest Over phase 4 retail gasoline Price ceilings. More protests that balloon sleeve Blouse Gladstone s dress shop open Mon. Thru Fri. Til 9 . Were set for this weekend. Station operators everywhere were awaiting the Cost of Liv ing Council s announcement on ceiling Price increases expected Friday. One source close to the Council said it would be .1 or 2 cents a gallon. But dealers also want new jump suits Gladstone s dress shop open Mon. Thru Fri. Til 9 . Rules that would permit them to pass on to customers any future increase in wholesale prices. The Council was said to be weighing such changes. If they come out with any thing less than a pass through of the wholesale Cost and an in crease in the ceiling Price of one cent they Haven t done said Charles bin sted. President of the National Congress of Petroleum retailers. Anything less than that is going to be looked at with great Disfavour by the nation s Deal Binsted said in an inter View. I can Tell you that be cause i be talked with Many of them around the country in the last couple of news of the six Day protest closing by St. Louis area Deal ers in the City wednesday night As motorists formed blocks Long lines to fill up before the shutdown. Traffic was Back to Normal thursday and lines were Short or nonexistent at the open stations. I guess they All gassed up last said one police Man. A protest in Manchester n.h., appeared about ended after two thirds of the stations had closed earlier this week. All but six reopened thursday after gov. Meldrim Thomson agreed to press for ceiling Price increases. A scattering of stations was closed in the Seattle area but the local Branch of the Ameri can automobile association predicted gasoline would be in tight Supply by the weekend. Bill Victory president of the 600-member Evergreen service station association said he hoped that 80 per cent of the Seattle area stations would be shut Down this week end. A protest in Western new York state was expected to involve about half of the dealers from noon Friday until monday morning. Many of the station operators Are doomed unless they can get some said Greg Amato executive director of the United Gas dealers of Western new York. About 700 dealer members of the Long Island gasoline retailers association voted almost unanimously wednesday night to shut Down unless the phase 4 controls Are lifted but set no Date for the closing. Nairobi Kenya a China took a first step this week toward joining the Western world s monetary system by formally challenging Taiwan s membership in the inter National monetary fund and world Bank. Officials announced thursday that peking had officially inquired about membership in the fund and Bank in letters received wednesday at their Headquarters in Washington. The executive boards of the two institutions will consider the chinese inquiries in octo Ber they said. Tanzania an East african nation that receives most of its Aid from peking told the an Nual meetings of the fund and the Bank Here that China should be admitted because it is an important Aid giving nation. If officials said the tanzanian speech was the first offi Cial bid to consider peking s membership. A spokesman for the fund said the chinese letters to Washington certainly Are a Challenge to Taiwan s member although it was not Clear whether the chinese had for Mally applied to join. The question of chinese membership came As the 126 member nations of the if were trying to work out a new monetary system for financing world Trade. These deliberations have excluded Moscow and peking which together represent More than one billion people. The if and world Bank Are specialized agencies of the United nations. The fund tries to stable world sys tem for exchanging paper Money. The Bank raises Money in advancing nations for Aid to the developing world. Advantages to peking from if membership would include Freer Access to expanded Trade. The chinese would be Able to Exchange their currency More easily with other nations and obtain better foreign credits. Membership in the world Bank would make peking Eli Gible to give and receive development Aid. Members Are trying to draft a new monetary system to re place the Dollar oriented Frame work of the Post world War ii years. 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Use your Penney charge card Florence mall Iceland rejects fishing truce London a Iceland brushed aside a British pro posed truce in the two coun tries fishing rights dispute and issued an ultimatum thursday threatening to sever diplomatic relations the foreign office said. The foreign office said prime minister Edward Heath offered the truce wednesday. Iceland claims a 50-mile territorial limit off its coast. British trawlers fish there anyway and Recruiter seeks women Washington a pres ident Nixon s new Recruiter for women executives in govern ment wants to hear from women across the country who want Federal jobs. Texan Nola Smith admits the White House Talent Bank could use Many More female names. After three weeks on the Job mrs. Smith pledged in an inter View thursday that she would wage a very aggressive Campaign to get women candidates for every top level Federal jobs that opens up. There Are usually several Mon proposed for every presidential Job appointment and few women she no cd. And As a result the percentages work against although she has not spoken in president Nixon personally. Mrs. Smith feels he has set an atmosphere to help overcome discrimination against women in High level policy making jobs. But she noted that men arc making the decisions at the head of every she said she intended to talk to each of them and see that they have qualified women candidates to consider. Recruited for her year Job by Nixon s top woman adviser. , a Fel Low texan. Mrs. Smith says she s looking for other women who can qualify for similar High paying jobs. Write directly to me at the White mrs. Smith urged preferably with experience i she said she d like to hear from women in specialised Fields including doctors Law yers and computer engineers those in unusual Fields where men always there Are vacancies in the Fields of advertising and Public broadcasting corporation for which she d like to have Good female candidates too she said. Iceland claims that British warships sent to the area in protect the trawlers have ram med icelandic gunboats on three occasions since sept. 11. The icelandic. Cabinet said it would break diplomatic relations if British warships and tugs did not withdraw by next wednesday from the fishing grounds. The British foreign office said that prior to the Ultima Tum Heath suggested in a per Sonal message 1o Premier Ola fur Johannessen of Iceland British and icelandic gunboats withdraw from the disputed 50 mile fishing zone during a truce the foreign office said Heath s proposal was delivered wednesday by the British ambassador in Reykjavik. The foreign office spokes Man said1 thursday night that the British proposal for a com Promise still stands. Heath set As a condition for withdrawal that the icelandic coast guard would not interfere with British trawlers fishing in that area and the British government and British fishing Industry would agree to a Volun tary degree of restriction of British fishing the for eign office said. The proposed voluntary limitations on the British trawlers were not disclosed. One official said informally our frigates and tugs Are in the area to proc it British trawlers against icelandic harassment. Do nol recognize the Validity of the 50-mile fishery limit which Iceland uni laterally has set in breach of past at the United nations. The British foreign Secretary. Sir Alec Douglas Home said that the icelandic move was quite he said the British trawlers were strictly within inter National Laws and were obey ing an order by the inter National court of Justice at the Hague. Netherlands limiting the catch of the. British Traw lers. Britain has three Royal naval frigates and three fishery Protection tugs in the disputed zone created a year ago when Iceland extended its fishing limits from 12 to 50 Miles. The defense ministry in Don announced another incident involving British and icelandic warships. The announcement said the icelandic gunboat Thor steamed dangerously close to the frigate Whitby on thurs Day then turned sharply strik ing the Whitby on its port Side Al. Now thru oct. 6 come in and up the savings. Belk of Florence downtown shop daily til 6 . Friday sat til 7 . Florence mall shop daily 10 til 9 . Saturday til 7

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