Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 28, 1973 · Page 27
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 27

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, June 28, 1973
Page 27
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By MATINS CHAZANOV unlN Vnm International There will t» m mwslvo fa<x! ihortegn spN the ptjon th ls vflflf, awtpg to & 8UW by ynjte^ rress Xntefn&tjfpil. but t?ee|, phlcken artf M may be }n fifo&pt ptipftly— «p .9m expensive, Partner*?, ranchers arwj Pr- phardmen cpmplained thay gOWld not #11 their produce j^payse the current 6(May freeze flxea fopa prices below production costs, and distributors and processors cannot pay thern eno^h to make a prqfit. "Processors and buyors oj raw agricuHnral prpducti? era folding out ibecawfio of the imposed rejalt freew and some products mm DPt be h&fveatecj as a result," ftBtf Mm ^ nt » president qj the California Farm Burcaaj. "Broiler am) egg producers, are cutting back/ bjogusp of operating losses," he. sa$. "Meat and dairy cp)modlt|es may be similarly affected, and the over-all result could be less food for public consumption." the industry's ar- tmp* m\ $ tlvjng cmincii yi &Wimfy fM'cd tHflt chicken pf^^iiPPI^On't be allowed to false pricey, industry sources A key factor in |paat and BouJtry wiim is fipybjsp meaj. the efe &t 01 which wag halted in m m$$ewy m<w> We &wsr day -''heogyse of tf$ Bremer ly tight supply situation," according to tominerjie Secretary Frederick Dent. In Independence, Iowa, Louis Sandboucf, president of Corn BJosBom Foods, said the firm's three meat packing plants are "catjgfit in the squeeze on price pejllngs" and will close within the week. EJgg rancher Marshall gllis of R|v|rgide, Calif., said, "If we ca.h't purchase feed, we will then h#ve to either kill them or let tpm starve. And if we reduce our stock, we will have to reduce our staff on the ranch.." There were reports $ chicks slaughtered or eggs destroyed 0teleabyrfl.RgQl6tgr-Mqll> gglesbwrg, HI, Thursday, June Sj, JjffQZ Up in Short Supply in Mississippi, Missouri, Washington state, (jeorgia and Texas. A nw soybean crop would go far to jnako the feed shortage problem Jess serious, according to ft. if. lodges p| the Texas Extension Service, but he said it would not come before early August. Demand Ahead of Supply However, he added, "I doubt it \yi!il help the over-all feed situation " very much. The demand is so far ahead of the supply.'' Wighteen months ago soybean prices wore $3 to $3.50 a bushel. They have since climbed to $6 a bijshel and even higher in some areas,. In Tokyo, the price of soybeans wept up by more than $7 aftipr (the U.S. export ban Was announced. The price freeze will hurt the fruit and vegetable market, according to 0. W. Fillerup, a spokesman for the Council of California Growers, producera oi much of the nation's crop. tomatoes, carrots, potatoes and ©rapefruit were at low prioc levels during the week the ffeeze was Imposed, Ha said, and "now, profiteers of high quality products aren't allowed tq receive what theb) products are worth jn the open irtajfjceit." Some areas, reported ftp shortages or fears of stertages, among them Kansas, where a record wheat harvest is gofng smoothly, according to a state spokesman. Fears that a, shortage qf gasoline would interfere with harvesting have not been borne out, he said. Court Reverses Conviction Of Phillip Berrigan, Wife PHILADELPHIA (UPI) rr -A. federal appeals court Wednesday overturned the convictions qf forrner antiwar priest Phillip Bjrfiggn SMJl hjs lyyiie, ex-mjfl Elizabeth McAllister, because the gpyernment knew {heyiyere smiiggling letters to and from & federal prison. Thg tl.S. 3rd Circuit Cqyrt of Appeals Wednesday invalidated all hut one qf the convictions obtained by the government during a. thre e -yeer case against the so-called Harrisburg Seven. The court upheld one letter- smuggling conviction against Elerrjgan, The §0 -year-p!d former priest was parqled last Depemper while serving 3 twp- year term for the offense. Judge Ruggero Aldisert said in his opinion the letter smuggling was nqt illegal pepause Warden Robert Hendricks of the federal penitenti? apy at Lewisburg, Pa., arid otjier officials knew sfoout if. Warden Knew ,! The warden and the government? were aware of tfte letters," wrote Aldisert. The judge said former inmate Boyd Douglas, who served as courier and later as key prosecution witness, "acted with the consent pf the warden-" The original Harrisburg Seven stood triaj early in 197? on charges they cqn'smred to, blow MR beating mhms in Washington. T)$ n Kidnap presi dpntiaJ adviser Henry Kissinger §nd raid draft boards in nine A U.S. District Court jury in HaFrisnurg, Fa. conyjct §d °nly Berrjgan and Sister Elizabeth, a nun fit the time, pf illegally smuggling letters into, and 9^ Infantry Division Reunion Planned Veterans of ithe P3rd "TJ »Wfc derbplt" Infantry Division of World War n will, held their |?7th annual reunion Aug- 9 -u at the LaSallg Hqtel, Chicago. All persons who served in The cqmbat unit are invited to attend, Further information can be obtained by writing Larry Redmond, 133 Ropkwood Dr„ Havertown, Pa, 19083, READ THE WANT ADS! PAY YOUR REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX at THE BANK of GALESBURG Payments Can Be Made In Our Bank Lobby, Drive-Up and Walk-Up Facilities or By Mail. 1st Installment Real Estate Taxes Will Be Delinquent at Midnight July 2nd, Payments Will Be Accepted thru Mon„ July 2nd at the Bank of Galesburg. "Th« Bonk That Loads The Way' 1 Bank of Galesburg MEMBER F.D.I.C PH. 3434141 8 Ft. 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