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Page Eight .

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, September 15, 1973

Page Eight\. THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 1 5, 1973
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Government will allow hikes in
gas prices after cost review

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MICHIGAN UNION BILLIARD ROOM

WASHINGTON (Reuter and UPI) 1 test Phase Four of the President

-The Cost of Living Council an-
nounced yesterday that it will allow
gasoline and home heating oil deal-
ers to raise their ceiling prices
after a review of retail cost fac-
tors.
The council said that dealers will
have to submit justification for
price increases. CLC director John
Dunlop indicated that hikes could
come by the end of the month.
THE ACTION follows demonstra-
tions at Congress this week by
gasoline station operators to pro-

Nixon's economic policy.
Many gasoline dealers, especially
independents, have complained
that the ceilings, if allowed to
stand, will force them out of busi-
ness since the government formula
does not allow them to pass on
higher wholesale costs to their cus-
tomers in the form of higher
prices.
Hundreds of service stations shut
down for the weekend Fridpy in a
national protest over the Phase IV
gasoline gas price controls.
THE COUNCIL told the dealers

junta blames takeover
on 'extremist invasion'

to submit price and cost forms by
Sept. 25 for review. After the re-
view, Dunlop said that the ceiling
price would be adjusted upward,
but he did not say by how much or
when it would be approved.
A commission official said he
expected the review to be com-
pleted by early October.
At the same time, the council
said it would allow Atlantic Ritch-
field Oil Co. to raise its wholesale
price of gasoline and home heating
oil by one cent per gallon, effec-
tive on Monday.
THE COUNCIL also said it would
meet next week with major im-
porters of home heating oil to dis-
cuss methods to assure an ade-
quate supply for the coming winter
demands.
There has been much concern
that schools and, other public in-
stitutions in the Midwest would be
shut down because of the oil short-
age. Last year the University faced
a severe energy squeeze when its
supply of natural gas was cut and
it was forced to rely on uncertain
oil reserves.
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lations with the new .Chilean gov-
ernment would continue normally.
U. S. policy does not usually in-
clude formal recognition of chan-
ges of government in foreign coun-
tries.
ONLY TWO countries in the
world have extended official recog-
nition to the new Chilean adminis-
tration - the rightwing military
regimes of Uruguay and Brazil.
.Inside Chile, theChristian Dem-
ocratic Party and the National Par-
ty, both previously anti-Allende,
have announced their support of
the coup.
Thousands of Chileans came
downtown yesterday to view for the
first time the debris left by the
tank and gunbattles during the
coup and during government at-
tempts the last four days to snuff
out pockets of sniper resistance.
THE LIFTING of an almost con-
tinuous curfew permitted Chileans
to leave their homes to purchase
food and to visit the battlefield of
the coup.
Bombs, rockets, tank shelling
and machinegun fire left gaping
holes in office buildings. Thous-
ands of windows were broken and
the historic presidential palace
was heavily damaged.
The four-man military junta, op-
erating from the Ministry of De-
fense building, directed continuing
gunfights yesterday against armed
supporters of the Allende govern-
ment. Gunfire could be heard oc-
casionally in several areas of the
city.
OFFICIAL CASUALTY figuresj
have not been given but unofficial
reports say 500 to 1,000 people
have died as a result of the coup.
The government said . yesterday
many persons have been arrested.
In London, the Communist news-
paper Morning Star said Allende
fought Tuesday with a sub machine
gun as soldiers closed in on the
presidential palace.
The newspaper did not say if Al-
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETINX
Satugday, September 1S
DAY CALENDAR

lende died fighting or if he com-
mitted suicide as claimed by the
police.
THE COMMUNIST newspaper
quoted -orge Timossi,aipersonal
friend of Allende and chief of bu-
reau of the Cuban Prensa Latina
news agency in Santiago.
The Communist paper said To-,
mossi was told by Jaime Barrios, a
presidential economic adviser in
a telephoneconversation from the
palace during the battle:
"It's to the end. Allende's shoot-
ing with a machine gun this is
infernal. The smoke is suffocat-
ing us."
Allende died soon after with his
gun in his hands and a steel helmet
on his head, Timossi reported.
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AP Photo
GASOLINE DEALERS PROTEST on the steps of the U.S. Capitol earlier this week in opposition to the
Nixon administration's pricing and energy policies. .The dealers won a victory yesterday when the Cost
of Living Council okayed price ceiling hikes pending retail cost reviews.

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