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Southern Illinoisan (Newspaper) - January 14, 1974, Carbondale, Illinois 010175 PUBLICATION OFFICE Carbondale 710 N Illinois Murphysboro 1113 Walnuf Herrin 212 N 16th Volume a Copy Southern lUinoisan BOX 789 625 Twa Swt Htrrln Dilly Journal Murphyrtoro incHpindin MONDAY JANUARY 141774 Ice skaters have a choice Weekend ice skating enthu siasts found they needed nei ther rink nor lake to enjoy the sport in Southern Illinois thsy could skate almost any where Laura McClure back ground and Margaret Trim ble chose the front yard of the Matthew J Kelly home 1121 West Walkup street Car bondale George the dog owned by the Kellys appear ed to have his own troubles walking on the ice Photo by Greg Warner End of ice in sight as temperatures rise The ice cometh and the ice goeth away Today it will start going away with high temperatures predicted in the lower 40s The forecast calls for a low tonight around freezing and high Tuesday in the lower 50s Can spring be far behind Sundays high of 33 degrees was only the second time in 1974 that the temeprature has been above freezing On Jan fl the temperature got up to 39 degrees And on ten of the first 13 days of January some pre cipitation was recorded at the weather station at the Carbon dale Wastewater Treatment Plant School buses are expected to be back on the road today or Tuesday following several days of vacation for most area students James West operator of the West Bus Servicewhich trans ports Carbondale elementary and high school students took a bad fall on his bus parking lot Sunday night Carbondale schools were closed again to day because of bad conditions on the bus parking lot on secondary roads and on school unloading areas West said barring another bad storm that buses would be back Tuesday State police report highways near normal but secondary roads are slippery and many city roads are still iced over The rural county roads in most areas were still ice cov ered early this morning state police said sfaff Inflation hit poor most economists say Washington AP Congressional economists say Inflation in 1973 was harder on the nations poor than other segments of the economy And said the report by the Joint Economic Committee 1974 holds no prospect of im provement There is no indication at this time that the rate of inflation will moderate in 1974 and con sequently the real purchasing power of consumers is likely LO continue to decline the report said The congressional economists said that a middleincome family earning in 1973 had to spend more to keep the same standard of living ex perienced in 1972 Two items alone food prices up and housing costs at more than the previous year accounting for more than half the total rise the report said The report also noted that middleincome families paid 15 per cent more in taxes and 31 per cent more in Social Securi ty Simon says shortage real Washington AP Federal Energy Director William E Simon today assured Congress that the fuel shortage is real despite doubts about gome oil industry statistics Simon said the oil companies reports example stocks on hand et the end of the year should not be interpreted as meaning there is no shortage The favorable inventory position is attributed to an unusually mild winter conservation efforts and some shipments of the Arab countries despite the embargo he said However Simon told a joint economic subcommittee as of Dec 29 the American Petroleum Institute reported we have only slightly over 30 days supply of the major petroleum products The shortage caused by a fully effective embargo will quickly reduce these to dangerously low levels unless we act quickly to reduce de mand and equitably allocate the Despite doubts about industry statistics available supplies Simon conceded the govern ment lacks an adequate system for collecting energy data and must rely on what is provided by the oil companies But he said that in the next few weeks the Nixon administration with the help of Congress will set up a comprehensive collection pro cedure Simon said legislation may be needed to enforce stiff reporting requirements for the petroleum industry and Congress should also move to require reporting by the coal and uranium in dustries Sen William Proxmire D Wis called todays hearing because of what he said is widespread concern about the validity of energy statistics Most of the governments statistics on petroleum supplies are provided weekly by the in dustrys American Petroleum Institute Simon said the US Bureau of Mines supplies similar data monthly on a voluntary basis by most petroleum refining com panies We have already completed preliminary crosschecks of these reporting systems and have found them to be reasonably accurate and quite consistent over long periods of time Simon told the subcom mittee But he said the API figures do not include statistics on petroleum inventories held by someoneother than refiners and major terminal operators Fuel oil prices rise no real shortage yet 3judge panel Disbarment of Agnew urged Annapolis AP A special threejudge panel recommended today that former Vice President Spiro T Agnew be disbarred from the practice of law in Maryland The three Circuit Court udges said that Agnews evasion of in come tax acknowledged in a noncontest plea was deceitful and dishonest and strikes the heart of the basic object of the legal profession We shall therefore recom mend his disbarment We see no e x t enuating circumstances allowing a lesser a 14 p a g e recommendation said The recommendation goes to the Maryland Court of Appeals which makes the final decision on whether to bar Agnew from the practice of law Prices are up up up but there appears to be an ade quate supply of fuel oil for heating in Southern Illinois at least for now Forrest Cruse of Cruse Mo bilOil Distributors Rt 2 Car bondale said the January price of No 1 oil used in trailers is 378 cents per gal lon an increase of 12 cents over December prices No 2 oil used in homes is now 312 cents an increase of sev en cents he said Cruse said he has received 10 per cent less No 1 oil and 5 per cent less No 2 011 than he did last January When askec1 about short ages Cruse said it would depend on the weather A spokesman for the Martin Oil Co 710 N Washington Ave Carbondale said prices on both tTpes of oil went up two cents per gallon Jan 3 No 1 is 30 cents and No 2 is 295 cents per gallon Martin Oil reports no short ages Bob Walker of the Jerry L Hicks Oil Co De Soto a Phillips 66 distributor re ported no January price in creases and said they have received 100 pencent of their oil In recent weeks fuel oil pric es have risen from 2 to 64 cents per gallon and thecur rent prices range from 285 to 329 cents in Marion Marion customers probably can expect to get the fuel oil they need to heat their homes and businesses if sup pliers continue to get their current allocations George Kirkpatrick man ager of Union 76 Products supplied by the Knapp Oil Co says If they continue sup plyingus at the same rate my customers wont run out at all Charles Etherton manager of the Etherton Shell Oil Co says I dont think well run out Howard Byassee a Stand ard Oil Co distributor says It is very possible to run out You dont know from week to week if your alloca tion is going to change Byassee says he got a 12000 gallon cut recently and since last year his allocation is down 25 per cent Bugaieski Oil Co Christo pher raised the price of No 1 heating oil from 234 cents a gallon to 278 cents a gal lon Wednesday The cost of No 2 oil went from to 289 cents a gallon Although the price has gone up owner Tony Bugaieski said he would have enough fuel to supply customers through the winter Ed Shanahan office man ager of Franklin Grain Sup ply Co said his oil prices increased from 19 cents a gal lon May 15 to the present 32 cents a gallon for No 1 oil and 19 cents a gallon to 303 cents a gallon for No 2 oil We are allocated the same monthly amount we had last year at this time We can supply our old customers but we cant afford to get any new ones he said H S Oil Co Sesser is another firm that cannot take on any new customers said employe Jim Isom Were just getting by and if the situation gets worse we may have to ration They have raised their oil prices fom 23 cents a gallon last month to 29 cents for both Number 1 and 2 oils Mrs Theodore Bollman Herrin a fuel oil user said the price of oil has gone from 195 cents to 23 cents a gallon inthe last four weeks Mrs Bollman gets her oil from the Standard Oil Bulk plant Herrin She said she has not had any problem get tingasmuch fuel oil asj she needs Spokesmen at both of Her rins oil distribution plants Standard and Phillips 66 Pro ducts declined to comment about price increases D K Grissom Et 2 Car bcndale said he has closed off severa1 seldom used rooms in his house and turned the thermostat down Despite his actions he said his heating oil bill has increased Most Marigr customers questioned are not worried about the supply running out Bill Bainbridge owner of the Bainbridge Jewelry Store says Lets not worry about it Ive had no problem When I needed a refill they were there within a day or two and the supplier has adivsed there will be plenty to take care of his customers John Dickerson agent at the Standard Oil Bulk Plant Mur physboro said his supplier told him he will be cut back to 95 per cent of what he sold in 1973 His current prices are 324 cents a gallon for No 1 oil and 299 for No 2 Wides Oil Co Murphysboro charges 299 cents a gallon for No 1 oil and 289 for No 2 We just play it by ear he said Wides said his costs have gone up about 40 per cent since July Freshfrozen berries Dogwood branches and their bright red berries have been frozen inside such a thick coating of ice that they al most seem to be encased In glass Warmer weather fore cast for today and Tuesday Hie ice glaze that has made trees beautiful and walking hazardous for the past few is expected to melt most of days Photo by Jack Griggs Mass murder trial begins Houston Tex AP Pauline Henley testified today her 17yearold son was in coherent and in need of a doctor afterhis arrest last year in connection with the homosexual torture slayings of 27 teen agers Elmer Wayne Henley is charged with murder in six of the deaths His trial opened to day with his lawyers mounting an attack on their young clients written and oral statements to police after his arrest He allegedly told police details of a rampage of homosexual rape and torture killings Henley would have been 14 when the state accuses him of beginning participation in the killings Mrs Henley said her son telephoned her from police headquarters after his arrest last Aug 8 I asked when I could see him and he said the police would call when I couldcome I just went all to pieces she said Tied to tree Body of kidnap victim recovered Jamestown NY AP The partly frozen bruised body of a Hyearold kidnap victim has been found tied to a tree in a heavily wooded area near his home authorities said Investigators said the snow covered body of Daniel Ebersole who had been missing since Tuesday night was found slumped against the tree Sunday by an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and a deputy sheriff Investigators said a gloye had been stuffed in the youths mouth and held in place with surgical tape They said a ski mask had been pulled over his face covering his eyes AuShorities said the cause of death had not been determined and that an autopsy had been scheduled for today The body was found after an anomyous telephone call Daniels parents Dr and Mrs Glen M Ebersole of the Jamestown suburb of Lakewood had paid ransom for the boy Thursday And authorities arrested three area teenagers Saturday charging them with kidnaping Kenneth L Williams 18 and Martin C Whitmore 19 of West Ellioott and Jeffrey L Swan 18 of Lakewood were arraigned in Buffalo NY Saturday and ordered jailed in lieu of bond each Most of the ransom money has been recovered said Special Agent Richard H Ash of the Buffalo FBI office Ebersole a prominent Jamestown physician said Daniel was seen last when he left Tuesday evening for the Lakewood Teen Center a short walk from his home The doctor said he notified police when the boy did not return home that night offered Kissinger plan unsatisfactory Egypt says Midilirrentan Sic Tonight fair with lows in the 30s Tuesday mostly sunny and warmer with highs in the or lower 50s INDEX Classified Comics TV Bridge Crossword Editorials Family living Farm 1417 19 4 6 5 Records 1718 Sports 1113 Weather details map 18 Milt Shaded indicates proposed Israeli troop By The Associated Press TheEgyptian foreign minister said today Secretary of State Henry A Kissingers troop pull back plan is unsatisfactory and Egypt is giving him counter proposals to take back to Israel We are giving him our own map and language Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmy told newsmen He spoke shortly after Kissin ger said Egypt and Israel agree with his efforts to work out a troop disengagement plan for the Suez front and that nego tiations had progressed to the detailed drafting stage Fahmys comments indicated the disagreement revolved around some final details and he complimented Kissinger for playing a constructive role Your secretary of state when he sticks his fingers in something he generally brings it to a successful conclusion Egyptian Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmy told newsmen I taink he will this time Sitting oa a sunlit veranda at Aswan in upper Egypt Kiss inger told the newsmen that his shuttling mediation talks with Egyptians and Israelis are the toughest I have been in He and President Anwar Sadat set up joint teams of draftsmen to work on the detailed language of an accord to separate Israeli and Egyptian forces along the uneven and ex plosive Suez Canal ceasefire lines left from the October Mid dle East war I think both parties agree with the efforts Kissinger said Kissinger who delayed his return to Israel by several hours said he probably will see Sadat again before carrying the proposal back to Jerusalem later today for consideration by the Israeli cabinet It is a very tough problem he added It is hard to recon cile The fasttraveling American secretary said he may then return to Aswan in what would be the third time in his current tour to get Sadats Hi reaction to any changes the Israelis might propose Tne drafting teams were an obvious sign that Kissinger is succeeding in his hectic efforts to bring the Israelis and Egyp tians together Until this point he had discussed general ideas and then concrete military positions But now he will be bringing the Israelis botti a map pinpointing proposed withdrawal positions and the phraseology of a draft resolution The plan as ij stands now is generally understood to call for Israeli withdrawal eastward into the Sinai more than 20 miles from the Suez Canal Israel also is demanding that Egypt thin out its forces east of the canal and pull fcervy weapons out of east bank territory1 recaptured in October This was believed one of the key sticking points as Kissinger flew from Israel Sunday night to see Sadat in Aswan where the Egyptian president has been recovering from bronchitis in the warm dry air
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