Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 12, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 12, 1973
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Golesbur ister-Mail. Galesbur Thursda 12, 1973 tW Smirity benefits for almost million Americans will increase by more than $ per MA beginning in June, 1974, President Nixon signed the compromise legislation author* the benefits increase Wednesday* lite measure would the increase to $12,600 maximum wage base on Security taxes are imposed on wage-earners. >£he critical feature of this bill ... is an increase in Social Security benefits of more than 5 per cent next year in order to meet the rising costs of living," Nixon said in a written statement issued by the White House. Estimate White House officials estimated that the benefits increase would range between 5.6 and 5 .8 per cent, with the first checks to be paid in July of next year. The legislation also provides: The amount of money an individual may earn without a reduction in Social Security benefits would increase from $2,100 to $2,4O0-effective next,federal operation at the end of Jan. 1. Increased welfare benefits this year. The Social Security increase for more than six million aged, was attached to an amendment blind and disabled recipients, on a minor bill passed by The increases, also intended to Congress in the closing hours before it began its July 4 recess. compensate for advances in the cost of living, lift the monthly payments from $130 to $140 for an individual and from $195 to $210 for a couple, starting next July. —States must supplementing to veto a more generous federal welfare benefits to Compromise The measure was a compromise which the administration agreed to accept after threaten* version. Nixon objected to one section of the new bill postponing until programs shift from state to | Nov. 1 the effective date of the make sure no recipient receives benefit cut when welfare LIQUOR and MILLERS Old Milwaukee Cant 12 cans $2.09 24 cons $3.99 BAVARIAN CLUB 6 Cons 95c 12 Cons $1.79 HAMMS Pak $ AM* Cans , SEAGRAMS "7* Fifth $4.29 FOR $3.99 WINDSOR CAN. CANADIAN MIST I Fifths BLUE RIBBON ICE COLD ^ Cant $ BUSCH Cans SEVILLA RUM Fifth $3.39 GIN or VODKA Full Qt. $3.69 $4.49 EARLY TIMES OLD TAYLOR Fifth Johnny Walker Bed Fifth $6.29 HOUSE of STUART Fifth $3.99 JB SCOTCH Fifth $6.29 J Cold Beers cost no more - qt. — 6 paks - 12 paks - Full Cose BENNY'S 914 MAIN BENNY'S LIQUORS MAIN ot CHAMBERS SPECIAL PRICES ON FULL CASES Of BEER, CANS OR BOTTLES regulations, adopted by Department of Health * Education and Welfare (HEW), to limit the social services which in June programs requiring a federal reimbursement. "As the Congress knows, neither I nor my predecessors have been able to accept such a 'coming into agreement' because it infringes on the essential responsibility of the President and the executive branch, and on the separation of powers doctrine," Nixon said. In separate Action Wednesday, Nixon signed legislation extending temporary increases in railroad retirement benefits end this year. This measure permits men with 30 years of railroad employment to retire states may provide under| at age 60 with full pension. also Election Workers Get Federal Jobs WASHINGTON (UPI) former employes of President Nixon's re-election committee have been given high-ranking jobs at the Federal Trade Commission, it was disclosed today. The acencv listed those Six I aide to a top committee campaign strategist. He is now a trial attorney in the Bureau of Consumer Protection. Two Jobs who and Harley agency involved for Rep rs, D-W.Va., who asked ! information as part of a study being made by his special vestigations subcommittee. Larger List The FTC made its list available to the Burieau of National Affairs Inc., which published it in its current "Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report," quoting subcommittee sources as saying the FTC list looked larger than those from other agencies. Staggers has not released any of the names and a subcommittee aide told UPI no decision -Theodore J. Garrish, worked in the polling public opinion operation of the committee, and later for the inaugural committee. He is also a lawyer for the Bureau of Consumer Protection. > Arthur L. Amolsch II, now the public information director for the FTC. He was chief spokesman for the inaugural committee and chief speech writer and news bureau manager for the re-election committee. —John Fuller, who worked under Amolsch as a writer. He is now a speech writer in the FTC information office. —Martha H. Duncan, now a had been made on whether the [personal assistant to . FTC Chairman Lewis A. Engman. She was once an office investigation should be pursued. The six persons . formerly >loyed by the Committee to Elect the President are: •Michael H. Abrams, who helped organize the Jewish vote for Nixon. He is now a lawyer in the office of the FTC general counsel. manager for the re-election committee, and has been questioned by both the Watergate grand jury and the Senate committee about a memo she re-typed. Amolsch said he did not think —Peter P. L. Broccoletti, who the situation at the FTC was worked for five months as' an unusual. If Left Undisturbed Compounded Quarterly For Three Years SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN AND CHERRY STREETS GALESBURG, ILLINOIS ''Where The Personal Touch Means So Much \ t DOWNTOWN GALESBURG 1 V-' * -A si 4 A ENJOY SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS MENS WOMENS CLOTHING Iff M ' 1 * t SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVE IK J SPORT SHIRTS CUT & SEWN DRESS SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVE SOLIDS & PATTERN DRESS SHIRTS LONG SLEEVE SOLIDS & PATTERN MEN'S STRIPE AND SOLID $85.00 Knit... Now $100.00 Knit Now r h S115 00 Dac& Wool .Now 7* • r f i 1 SHORT SLEEVE SHORT LEG MENS WALK SHORTS & SWIM MENS SANDALS SHOES WHITE & TWO TONES $150-175 Doc, Wool Now MENS Suits Sportcoots RACK t m. i I I • r* I 4 I. BOYS DEPT. SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS t 1 Swimwear LADIES DEPT ALL SUMMER Tops Shorts Slacks Culottes Shorts Ladies SWIMWEAR f i \ DOWNTOWN GALESBURG

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