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60th Wedding Anniversary - 1-B The Bee: Danville, Vo., Monday, Sept. 24,...
1-B The Bee: Danville, Vo., Monday, Sept. 24, 1973 Voters Crusade Endorses Howell, Michael, Miller N.C. Zone Forecast By THE ASSOCIATED /'•Lt. Gov. Henry Howe.., ...v,^pendent candidate for governor, and the Democratic candidates for lieutenant governor and attorney general have picked up the endorsement of the Virginia Crusade for Voters. Dr. William S. Thornton, chairman of the predominantly black voter organization, said Sunday that the endorsement should mean a total of about 150,000 votes for Howe]], State Sen. J. Harry Michael, the Democrats' candidate for lieutenant governor, and incumbent Ally. Gen. Andrew P. Miller. Howell received the Crusade's endorsement when he was elected lieutenant governor two years ago. Crusade support is the second major endorsement garnered by Howell, Michael and Miller. The three were formally backed by the Virginia AFL-CIO last month. Studies See Job Scarcity In South . Gubernatorial candidates endorsed won in the last two races Democrat Mills Godwin in 1965 and Republican Gov. Linwood Hoi ton in 1969. Godwin is running for governor again this year, bst «s a Republican. In other political developments Sunday, Howell continued his criticism of the state sales tax on food and nonprescription drugs before a meeting of the Virginia Hairdresser's and Cosmetologist's Association in Roanoke. The lieutenant governor said if the sales tax is removed, much of the money saved by consumers would be put back into the state's economy in purchases of "everything from socks to Jocks." Howell has been a constant critic of the tax, which was enacted under the Godwin administration. Meanwhile, Godwin said Sunday that he will not make pub- voted against legislation which' lc results of a public opinion created the division of con SSn whi; h h e wS b Ske a n°S £?£ffS£ ta "» '^ hH Ho3 had ca,,ed on the for- i^.^S'iT.S'fn'Se mer governor Saturday to join Giles County community of NORFOLK, Area and Northeast Northern Coastal _ Plain, Southern Coastal Plain candidates en- their polls public.' • and Sandhills, Triad Area crusade have I think this is just another Northern Piedmont, Southern o j- races ~ diversionary tactic by my oppo- Piedmont: Partly cloudy r. n *,,,,~ .„ ro*= nentj the type he ha . g j^ ,u u m..-.,-.. .. . _. making throughout the paign," Godwin said. Godwin and other top-ranking state Republicans conducted a statewide door-to-door voter canvass Saturday. Godwin knocked on doors in Northern Virginia, Gov. Holton mingled with citizens in Staunton and U.S. Sen. William L. Scott, R-Va., and State Sen. John Dalton, the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor, concentrated their efforts in Henrico County. In other weekend political ac- li'vity, Atty. Gen. Miller called his Renublican opponenet, M. Piedmont: Tuesday. Not as Tuesday- Highs today mid near 90. Lows tonight High Tuesday low Winds mostly easterly 5 m.p.h. politician and said Echols' voting record indicated a lack of concern for protection of the consumer. Miller said Echols, a former •u'u.,.;-"" an tonight. of precipitation cent through Tuesday. Coastal Area: cloudy through Tuesday of showers or thunder- today and tonight. warm Tuesday. Highs today to upper 80s. Lows tonight 60s. High Tuesday near northeast to easterly m.p.h. today and tonight, of precipitation cent today and tonight, cent Tuesday below Coastal Area: Part- cloudy with chance of °I t £ und 7 shotw . e r s Tuesday. Highs •today er mt^c ™ tonight.mid Highs Tuesday mid mostly northeasterly 5 to 15 m.p.h. today tonight. Probability of 30 per cent through DURHAM, N. C. (AP) — Unless Dixie industrial and business expansion keeps pace with population changes, Southern workers face job shortages of • between 450,000 to two million by 1980, a pair of studies claim. A study released by the Southern Growth Policies Board and compiled by the husband and wife team of Richard and Cynthia Taeuber indicated a deficit in the South based on 1970 census data. him in making the results of Newport. 28 Staunton-Area Gas Stations To Shut Down ,•, , s i°P es a " d Foothills, Mountains, Central Southwest Moun-. Partly cloudy today Increasing cloudiness not as warm with chance of showers or thundershowers Tuesday. Highs today mid Lows'tonight upper 50s. STAUNTON,Va. (AP)-Tues- "" --'»»-• ' - Tuesday upper 70s. Probability day may see the first major protest in Virginia of the current Phase 4 economic controls, as at least 28 gasoline stations - ____^__ area shut down. Tt_ I I i - -*Maybush, a spokes / nunc/ersnowers Slacken Today r lh,e owners of the 28 ,~ _ , ' ' , said Sunday they have Over BrOQCf AfeOS Of Nat'lOn Earlier, a Georgia Techstudv * lgned ' an a S ! ' ee ment to shut ; compiled by Dr. Ross W Ham d ° W " f ° r a Week unless the mond indicated as many as two million extra workers would be „„„ ^ an gas retailers from passing on wholesale price increases to the consumer. . of precipitation 20 per cent and tonight, 40 per Tuesday. e g° vernment a <^ Quickly to ; for jobs by the end of ;„„_ the decade. ' 1Cdn ; studies were compiled • Southern Growth Policies Board for Southern decision makers in need of information to formulate growth pol: icies, according to Dr. William L. SGPB executive director. • Taeuber is chief of the research section of ."•the Physics Division, • National Laboratory. His wife is executive secretary of the Southern Regional Demographic Group affiliated with Ridge Associated Universities. The 15 states that are included in the SGPB. are Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, West and Maryland. The Taeuber and Hammond reports both indicated that unless business and industrial expansion quickens, the number of entering the job market over the next seven Automobile Association poll of 100 stations in the Northern Virginia-District of Columbia-Maryland area indicated 35 planed to shut down today. Those who planned to close today said they hadn't decided whether to reopen Tuesday, the AAA said. Maybusli * said there's no longer a profit in the business, since under the controls the retailer must charge a set price for gasoline while his costs continue to rise. The Staunton area stations plan to close at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Maybush said, according to a firm agreement the owners have signed. The Staunton Post Office, which added 28 vehicles to its fleet this year and buys its gas locally, will be at least one organization affected. Most other firms reportedly maintain their own gas supply. At least four gas stations near the King's Daughters' Hospital will stay open to serve By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Skies were clear in the Great Thundershowers diminished Lakes region and the South- today after broad areas of the nation were soaked were soaked much of Sunday. A band of thunderstorms from New Mexico to South Dakota drifted eastward. A few showers and thundershowers fanned out of Texas into Arkansas. Numerous thundershowers dampened Florida and others lingered along the New England coast. A storm in the Pacific Northwest scattered rain into Idaho and northern California as a new storm formed for a march on the coast. west. Tornadoes were sighed near Lamar, Colo., and Valentine, Neb., Sunday night. One-inch hail pelted Scottsbluff, Neb., and GoodJand, Kan. No injuries were reported. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 33 at Ely, Nev., 80 at Key West, Fla. Some other reports: Anchorage 37 clear, Atlanta 70 clear, Boston 53 cloudy, Chicago 57 clear, Cincinnati 63 clear, Cleveland 54 clear, Dallas thunderstorm, Denver 62 partly cloudy, Detroit 51 clear, Hono- Snow was expected down to lulu 79 clear, Indianapolis 66 doctors, Maybush said. And James W. Heizer, president of the Virginia Gasoline years create the unemolov- Relailers Association, was tak- '•-- ^ J mg part Sunday night in a Chicago meeting of the National Congress of Petroleum Retailers. ment "Obviously there are important growth policy implications in reports," Bowden said. the 6,000-foot level in the northern California mountains tonight. Rains were generally light, measuring less than a half inch in most places. liOTI! ANNIVERSARY . Multiple generations from Florida, North Carolina, Georgia and Rhode Island, as well as Danville, assembled at the King of the Sea restaurant Saturday night as members of the family honored Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spurgeon Taylor on their 60th wedding anniversary. partly cloudy, Kansas City clear, Los Angeles 63 clear. Louisville 68 clear, Miami thunderstorm, MinneapoJis-St. Paul 51 partly cloudy, Nashville 69 clear, New York 64 partly cloudy, Philadelphia 62 clear, Seattle rain, Washington 68 clear. AND RESTAURANT WEEK—SUNDAY V 2 -FRIED

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  1. The Bee,
  2. 24 Sep 1973, Mon,
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