Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 6, 1973 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

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United Press International ^ As the government Announced and f&ultfy. Ito fMispi measures to increase food follow last week's restrictions sullies, nature and economics farmers and meat land aoybeaiis nCMTICIN UUMNH The ftew restrictkms problems. ' Heavy rains Thursday-up t< three inches in flainfield, N.M - poured down on New Eng land where flooding during the past weekend already had damaged crops enough to brii • that decrease the costs of meat iconslderable damage to fami crops." Potatoes, tetnt and com are threatened, and the on oils pressed from cottonseed (harvesting of hay-the current crop ideally should be taken from the fields about now-may be delayed, Maynard Dottoft, Maine's agriculture commis sionet said. peanuts, sunflower seed* linseed and aafflower meals; alfalfa and meat livestock ; prepared and animal Similar threats to crops were in Vermont and New about a prediction ' that a am j cooking oils, which are resulting crop shortage would lead to an increase in the price of milk. mainly for human consumption. Dent said the restrictions will At least three meat packing plants announced they were shutting down in Michigan Donald Pennsylvania of Slot kin, National chairman of the Independent Meat Packers As- soelation, said President Nixon!s flMay freeze could force food rationing within "six to nine months, if not sooner." In Washington, however, Commerce Secretary Frederick B. Dent, acting with the approval of Agriculture Secretary Earl L. Butz, announced Thursday that export controls had been clamped on another 41 commodities, in an effort to boost domestic supplies and asi at feast through September. All orders for restricted goods accepted by June 13 for export before Oct. 1 will be allowed to go through, ha said. Jut any accepted after June 1 for export through September ire subject to restrictions that will be announced later, he said. How long the restrictions continue, Dent said, will depend on the size of the 1973 corn and soybean harvest, the export demand and domestic prices. In Maine, where up to two inches of rain fell Thursday, Civil Defense Director Emil In Pennsylvania, the state's largest meat packing company, Penn Packing Co., slaughtered its last hog Thursday and operations were to be suspend* ed today after all the meat was shipped out. Temporary Sbutdowi Detroit, Slotkin, who also esident of Crown Packing Co., said his company shut down temporarily Wednesday, laying off 380 workers. 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"Current price ceilings on pork products are " 5 current cost of live hogs," he said in a telegram to Nixon and state legislators. Herbert Stein, the President's economic adviser, said in Cleveland that details of Phase IV would be annouunced within 10 days. "It is no secret," he told the Cleveland Rotary Club; "that the administration would like to return froth controls back towards a free enterprise system; "But that is not a decision the President or his advisers can make. The American people must make the fundamental decision." 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