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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa NMIOnm WCMHtt fttlVICt tOtfCAtl lo 7AM f St I-IO~ 74 30 24 MOMON NKW VO** Eligibilty Requirements For Food Stamps Cited Tho supervisor of the food and $205.30 on Dec* 28 For the slump program in Linn county fjrst calculation $33.25 for health ha, Kiv*.« a summary af Oar msuran,,e payment, $9 76 for re-requirements for receiving such)    ,    .    ,    ,tnPP stPremont fund payment and $2.55 The summary was made by VV(‘r(; added to the first check Craig Harmon at the request of and $9.76 retirement fund payment to the second check. -Oil— (Continued from Cage I.) future,” he said on the CBS “Capitol cloakroom” show. More Gasoline? lur Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed.. Jan. 9, 1971 3A Attorney: Parking Ban Could Cost Businesses of Some (Parlier Story on /'age I) The Gazette iii light of two dep illy sheriffs being declared elidible for food frumps. He emphasized that Ii vs remarks were generalizations and his deputy job. The Simon said Wednesday he would order refineries to produce more gasoline to meet summer driving needs if the heating oil production reaches a level. The government has directed period,refineries to give more priority ad- to heating oil to warm the justed by a formula to arrive at country during the energy crisis this winter, and Simon said it The amount for each thus was $215.06. This was A controversy over a proposal during part of that time the to eliminate parking on parts of road was closed for construc- First avenue E was aired again |tlorir‘ safe Wednesday in the city council meeting. The A avenue viaduct and Total Amount enough gasoline in production when warm weather arrives. He said the situation was UH WtAtMH fOIOCASI Wednesday niqht, rain will be found across tho lower plains and west Gulf area, as well as in parts of the south Atlantic states and Tennessee valley. Snow is over sections of tho mid Rockies and mid Mississippi valley. Mostly fair elsewhere. coast likely a monthly amount of $462.37 for figure    for    was    P°?s'^c    th(‘rc    would    be an that decisions made in specific    I his part-time    job    outside    the |fXW!,4S    boating    oil    and    not |cases    may be    different    than    sheriff’s    office    mis    calculated at what    untrained    persons    may    $42.52. calculate on the basis of general J information provided in    this I summary.    Thus    the    total    amount    arrived The; first calculation is to add I at for the first certain figures to the monthly    $504.89. take-home pay — such as    pay-!    Harks’    work-related    expenses ments to a credit union    and!were so high    that    ten    percent    of    virri/ ,c    , payments for bonds and modi- them came to more than $30, so '    '    *    1,l‘    *    '    J    signed    by    nearly    400    persons cal insurance.    the lesser amount, $30, was sub-; ^y/^-ce showed the L. S.jhave been presented to the city She said she is trying to “hold on” with profits from the First, avenue shop, but if parking is a; eliminated she may be forced section of A avenue will be out of business, closed for reconstruction, fore- Mayor Don Canney suggested irig traffic to find alternate the business men meet again routes.    with the lawyer, the council and The plan favored by the traf- representatives of the traffic en-f i e engineering department gineering department, would eliminate on-street park- He said the council may doing on First avenue between i cide to take no action at first, to highth street arid Fifteenth see what happens when the vialling watched closely, and de- street, creating extra lanes of duct is closed; if that is done, scribed the gasoline supply at traffic.    he said, the traffic routing plan Several business men have would be implemented immedi-objected to the plan, because ately if traffic jams result as they say it will seriously de- expected. An unpublished study pre-;crease their busine®?. Petitions___ pared by-Simon’s Federal Kn-! calcuation was present as static. Shortage Study could be faced with —Daily Record-— The Weather High temperatures Tuesday, low temperatures overnight and inches ot pre C ipit at ion: Anchorage    14    ll    L. Angeles    54    48.06 Atlanta    61    48    08    Miami    79    77.07    H    ct    mn*    cir.    cun Bismarck    -3    -27    Minneapolis 3    -17 02 cond    .SU Cit    Sr,, lined $20 and Chicago    23    20    .33    N. Orleans    76    69 Denver    -13    -3    .03    New York    30    20 25 nu,-. Marion; fined *10 and G- W- MikuldS Dies, Retired C R. Dentist ™1'1’"1 Driver’s license violation    penises: Dennis Joslin, 1121 Thirty-! Hr, George W. Mikulas, 80, of Duluth Honolulu Houston •5 -18 .0) 82 71 .44 75 69 .04 Phoenix n 50 .06 Seattle 36 20 Washington 38 33 .24 Extended Forecast — Quite cold and clear Friday with a warming Iron d by Sunday. costs. Sandy Williams, 2108 L street SW; fined $11) anc! costs. Improper turn — Paul Stephen, 215 Cottage Grove avenue SE; lined $15 and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle — Albert Christensen, 4101 uinkr s it    I Sixteenth avenue SW; fined $20 Highs from 5 to 15 Friday to the and costs. 20s Sunday. Lows zero to    IO Meter violation — Robert below north to IO above south. Tigges, Dubuque, 13 charges; ,    _    fined $5 and costs on each C. R. Weather I charge. David Nemecek, 1813 uSnH    bicentral drive SW; fined $15 High Tuesday ................and    costs. Low overnight    ......-I    Registration violation—Mike Noon Wednesday ............. I    Tschiggfrie, 3701 Yellow Pine 2 p.m. Wednesday    4    'IV fined $10 and costs. One-way street violation — Precipitation  ..........016,Lois Fern, 1536 Ninth street 520 Fifth street SE, was found dead in his home of natural causes Tuesday evening. Born Aug. 22, 1893, in Cedar Rapids, he was a graduate of old Washington high school and attended the Chicago college of dental surgery, now Loyola university, and was graduated in dentistry in 1917. After .serving in World war I, Subtract Expenses The second calculation is to subtract a portion of work-related expenses, such as travel, uniforms and maintaining clothing. Tho amount subtracted is ten percent of the expenses or $30, whichever is less. The third calculation is to certain hardship exmedical expenses if they total more than $10 in a traded in the second calculation”/u'u ,n: ,dLXU vm,‘ a shortage;council in opposition to the plan, to arrive'al a figure of $474,89. I. “tween 10.6 and 18 percent an(j the business men met Tues-j Parks’ only .hardship expenses i *n suPPbes by April. |fjay wjth councilmen for about were $45.14 (which includes the! The report, called “The Na- two hours, medical insurance deducted in tonal Petroleum Supply and    Out of Business calculation one). Subtracting Demand Study, was prepared J Wednesday’s meeting, an ter cold of recent days has dent-the $45.14 from the result of the| i°r l,S(‘ by a panel of primate attorney for Evelyn Miller, who cd Iowa’s emergency energy owns property in the affected; pooj which may be depleted second calculation brings a economists. Energy officials State Energy Pool Draining At Rapid Rate DES MOINES IAP) - The bit- third calculation total of $429.75. This is figure C. Housing Expenses Figure D, housing expenses, (confirmed its existence Wednesday after the report was disclosed by a publication called Energy Today. Assistant energy chief John tho applicant sustained a loss not repaid by insurance. Harmon explained that if a student pays $250 for tuition and I $50 for books for one quarter, this $300 expense would be divided by three to determine the Total for Jan...............0.18 Normal for Jan.............1.51 Barometer, steady ....... 30.33 Humidity at noon ..........61% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. NNW at 8 mph. Sun rises Thursday, 8:34; sun sets, 5:55. Year Ago Today — High, 4; low', -9; rainfall, none. Traveler’s Forecast Thursday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck Cloudy 1B-15B Chicago .........Snow 30-24 SW; fined $15 and costs. Douglas Landuyt, 1820 I avenue SW: Frederick Sheible, 1515 Thirteenth avenue SW; each fined $10 and costs. Traffic signal violation — Wayne Fiala, Iowa City; Jerry Mclnroy, 1350 O avenue NE; each fined $15 and costs. iowa Deaths he practiced dentistry in Cedar expense for the month used to Rapids until his retirement in determine eligibility — $100. 1 9 60. Dr. Mikulas was a1 member of the Chicago Dental Society and the Iowa State Dental Society. There are no survivors. The body is at the Stewart funeral home where friends may call Thursday from 4 to 9 p.m. Services will be announced later. Figure C The figure arrived at by the third calculation is referred to as figure C month, child    care    costs,    pro-rat-included $100 a month for    mort-    Sawhill said the 18 percent fig- ed expenses    of    the    education    of (gage payment. Average    utility    ure    assumed    no conservation the applicant or .spouse (not I costs were set at $49.42 and the! measures in effect, their children) and deductions monthly ratio of insurance and    * * * for natural disasters or acts of;taxes amounted to $46.08. Total Other energy-related develop-(lod, such as. fire or tornado, if for figure I) thus was $195.50. ments: Figure E, that is 30 percent ol On the NHC “Today” televi-figure C, is $128.92. Subtracting    sion    program    Wednesday morn- that from figure D leaves    $66.58    ing.    Simon    said information for shelter deduction.    (from the coast guard and other Subtracting the shelter deduc-j government agencies indicates tion from figure C leaves;there is “no foundation” to re-$363.17, or the adjusted net in-[ports that large numbers of oil-come.    {laden tankers are deliberately Thus Parks with a three-pcr-: lying at anchor outside Ameri-son household fell just below the can ports. $373 cutoff amount.    j Hr- Douglas Bauer, deputy as- toi    isiftant director of research for; $112 for $94    the energy office, said daylight j With the $363.17 income he is time will save energy, because; .,      may arca, said the parking ban could ||)cfore Fcb    , some Persons out ot bus‘- Commerce Commission Chair-ness    I    • D ,    . . . - . -    , man Maurice Van Nostrand. Referring to jobs lost already „w , consumini! because of the energy crisis, the;f    ® lawyer criticized what he called, an 1C„ Td c, *n J    ‘weather,’    said    Van fuel at a this cold Nostrand, a deliberate policy that will ,    .    ’    ‘    .    ......    * ■JZn nnpmnlnv-i 0 has ultimate responsibility most certainly cause unemploy , ...    . men. in the area affected. f<,r. dccld,n« wh,f communities get emergency allocations. The pool is a commitment of in me area You’re going to ask a few business people to pay the price for the rest of us,” he said. fona Teeter, 1310 First avenue E, operates beauty shops at 1310 Fir*,t avenue E and 1044 Mt. Vernon road .SE. Business Down She said the business of the diesel and heating fuels made by several major oil producers. The actual fuel is in IO storage terminals around the state. Each month, the    oil companies tell the stale how    much oil they will be dispatching to Iowa, and Van Nostrand’s office tells the Mt. Vernon    road    shop    was down    firms how much    oil the state 26    percent    last    year,    because    wants set aside. To be well off, the commission chairman explained, the pool ‘should have about 150.000 gal- —Deputy- Cincinnati Cleveland . . • Des Moines . Detroit ...... Indianapolis Kansas City Mpls.-St. Paul Okla. City . . . Omaha Sioux Falls . .. Rain •. Rain Snow Snow Rain 39-26 36-25 11-6B 27-18 36-20 Independence — Mrs. Mabel Gabrielson, 83. Services Thursday at 8 at White’s and Saturday at 2 at Lyndale Lutheran church ut Maple Plain, Minn. Burial in Minnesota. Manchester pro-rated figure from a manual is Mrs. A. G. Burch Mrs. A. G. Burch, 73, a 1S usccj instead of the previous former Cedar Rapids resident, |month’s costs. Taxes and birdied Tuesday in an Omaha hos-ance ajso are pr0-rated. Alfred Funk,]pital following a short illness. 1 Continued from Page I.) lions of emergency fuel to dis-The fourth calculation is to eligible to get    $112 worth of    the demand for energy does not    . .    ^ found”ithard to explain Pense daily. But recently,    the compile expenses for housing, stamps for $94.    If his adjusted    stay constant — it    hits peaks ’    pool has been able to dole    out including rent or mortgage pay- nct ‘income had been only    and valleys during    a 24-hour    10 nkS w,te inal nc was not maK'|about 100,000 gallons daily, ments, utilities and tax and in- 5329 09 he would    have fallen into    cycle.    *n8    enough money to do many -pbe contained 636,142    gal- surance for a residence.    tbe next category, getting the He said one peak comes in of the things she wanted to do. Ions Wednesday, down consider- In determining the utility same stamps for $88.    late afternoon, while a valley He said his gross Income is ably from more than one million cost, a six-month average or a ; Harmon said persons are lim- usually occurs in the morning ^73 every two weeks for his pitons late last month. ited in the amount of re- hours.    .'full-time    job    as    patrolman    and if they I France has made a deal with    J    r jq about $30 to $60 a month for a part-time job with Miller’s Au- The state at the end of each month is required to release its claim on fuel it does not allocate. . . Snow 24-10 Snow 7-15B PtCldy 28-20 Cloudy 10-2B Snow 5-1 OB Degree Days Tuesday.......... Total to date ........ Through Jan. 8. 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year ... .    63 .3,078 3,478 44.79 6.631 Coralville Lake Pool level Wednesday .    679.78 Births — Mercy Jan. 8 To Mr. and Mrs Richard White, Hopkinton, a daughter. Births — St. Luke’s son, 37. Services Thursday at 2, Peace Lutheran church, Ridgeway. Stoino'X What Cheer — Paul 85. Services Thursday at Harden’s. Strawberry Point Wines, 82, of Anaheim, Services Friday at 1:30, ey’s. I ii (I e p e n d e ii ce Bright. 92. Services Friday at 2. Immanuel Lutheran church. White’s. Police Make Double Recovery sources they may own if they, France has made a deal 'are to receive food stamps. The Saudi Arabia guaranteeing it limit for a family is $1.500.(million tons of Saudi oil a year 79 Services at 2 Thursday at I* ch    D    •    .J    fiSure    arrive at by ca**iunjess one 0f the members is'for the next three years in addi- °p°Jve    ..    .    r tv. services ai z i..ursaay at, She was born in Cedar Rapids r,,lotion four is referred to as    ..    .    ,n    a    Parks,    who    lives    in    Cedar Bohnenkamp s. Scripture set- »*    14    ,nn/1    a    a    cuidiion    lour    is reicncu to over 60 years opj    the    tion to the 30 million it already „ M    fnr vice Wednesday at 8.    |Ma>' l4’m>- “nd moved l0| figure D. 'limit is *3 00(1    'buy*    Rapids, uould Ik eligible /or i r>u i w in -j Omaha 47 years ago.    i/mn    r.i,..,lotion    ,    ,    ...    *y    ,    even    more in food stamps if he1 “Waddy Davis 82." Scrvkes S u r v i v o r s include three    Fifth    C»leulat.oii    rho    resources include both six members of «-«ress dW „», have his part-tiJne (ob. Friday at 1:30, George L. Gay. daughters, Mrs. Eugene Ristola,! Thc fifth calculation is to mill- iquid and non-liquid asse.s^ challenged oil firms and utilities he sajd but he needs the job to    awcfI    FS iFPIi - Po- Derorah — Stanley Thomp- rwjaP Ranids' Mrs James ("or ti ply figure C by 30 percent. Liquid would include such to substantiate their adwrfising magp his house payments.    t    r>    '    I    i    tun Cedar Rapids, Mrs. James tor iv    j    things as cash hank accounts    iwieerninp    the    energy    l    f    y    .    hcemen    Paul    Howard and Bill corn. Omaha, and Mrs. Mel Thus if figuret CJsWM, the fifth|things cash bank ac^t , clams concerning energ. lf hls house Payments wereip , saw a Volkswa abead ; Brock, Columbia, S. CL; seven calculation would result in a $90 stocks, bonds and otner securi crisi..    more typica|, rather than being Q{ thcjr , caf ]qsq a whp(?| Sloven, grandchildren, and four great- figure. This is referred to as fig- tits.    Assistant    Attorney    General    only $100 a month, he would be jn rair/storm Monday ure E.    other Real Estate    Thomas Kauper, justice depart- eligible for more food stamp .    driving thc car The sixth calculation is to    ment    anti-trust    chief, says he [benefits,    he said. His medical; . y, -f*n    t h n„!fjPr    arn subtract figure E from figure D Non-l.quid would include real hasnH unearthed much evidence jbilte arc lower -------------,Steered    ,l    onto    the sh0U,der’ and to arrive at a “shelter deduc-[estate other than the residence tba( oij companies conspired to aiso, he added. tion.”    and such things as boats, motor-creaje (be juej Portage but! Parks said his decision to ask The seventh calculation is to cycles, snowmobiles and air- isn*t ruling out the possibility. for food stamps came after subtract thc shelter deduction: planes.    s    e    n a t o r Tunney (D-Calif.l at tho Asked whether a couple who s    has    s    tba, oi, I had received a $75,01*1 house |ankers m arriv|n(, as fast or ■ grandchildren. IViac! Services: Thursday in Omaha. Calif. Fecn- T.ena John A. Gcntlemann West neral home is in charge. fu- —Wheel— (Continued from Page I.) indicate how Mrs. Durward Carl Ethel R. Carl. 86, wife of Dur-lfrom figure C to arrive ward Carl, and resident of Ce- “adjusted net income.” had no figures to much wheat the department (Storm would like to see held back from export during thc j Surviving remainder of husband is Jar Rapids before moving to New Port Richey, Fla., 15 years ago, died there Monday. She was born March 15, 1887, at Lake. in addition to her a brother, Charles s Burial: Cedar cemetery. Jan. 8 — To the families of [the 1973-74 marketing year. J. Robinson, Estherville. ^"d';. Kr^i0,SvwhU h (,,ldf Juno 30    j    Services: Turner chapel east ,u"" sw" .n Snit. i nth whcn the new crop ls ready L 3 Kriday bv ,)r Arno)d ..    .    ..    ne** summer tho department Horbsl of s, Pau|s Unitcd Marriage Licenses expects the wheat reserve to be Methodist church Jane Pratt and Richard 210 million bushels, less than Memoria Dusil, both of Cedar Rapids.(one-half the stockpile last sum- Rarcn liaison and W.evne I.ar-1 mer and die smallest since 1948.    ii u r son, both of Marion. Paula Vi-    Lyle noter flan, Cedar Rapids, and Tom    May    Be    High    , ,,n(nr Rn _    (    n Miller, Anamosa.    ,    I    Ly 0 Ma,er’ B0' a ,ormc, C c'; The estimate, however, may dar Rapids resident, died Tues- Fires    be too high. Listings by export-'day in Pipestone, Minn., after a 7:29 p.m. Tuesday. Welding ens show about 1.3 billion bush-dong illness. A commercial feed sparks in duet at 418 Second pjs wbeat may be sold over- salesman, he was Ixirn May 26, i Tuesday Broken seas ,^1*s orison, about 125 mil- 1894, in Solon, and was a resi-sprinkler head at 2727 Six- lion bushels more than depart- dent of Cedar Rapids over 30 ment Estimates.    years. Mal* Thus, if the higher figure is Surviving are his wife, the! correct, the wheat stockpile former Kitty Zarn; a son, Ken-Ae- next July I could be 85 million neth. Cedar Rapids, and two street NE. 8:13 nm teenth avenue SW. 6:34 am. Wednesday, function of sprinkler at Eleventh street SW. 9:52 a.m. Wednesday. That is the figure used to determine eligibility and define the cost of food stamps, Harmon said. A large chart supplied by the government is used to deter-(could not. mine the cost of the stamps.    — Eligibility Households with only one per* son are eligible for stamps if their adjusted net income is less than $183. The figures for other households are as follows: Two persons, $266; three persons, $373; four persons. $473; five persons, $560; six persons, $646; sever persons, $726; eight persons. $806; nine persons, $873; ten persons, $9 IO. According to the chart some persons may not have to pay anything for their stamps. The I amount of stamps to be received is determined on the basis of the number of persons than average (be 0ffjccrs wh0 had seen where tile wheel went, told him they’d retrieve it for him. But when a;they got back, the car was regular practice of “eating soup empjy and cheese sandwiches every while they were fetching the afternoon got to hang out.” frnn , .    .    „    ...    -.......o -    »    -    wheel,    the    driver    had    escaped ! A J La I ML t faster than a year ago and that He said that he swallowed his from thc auto which had becn lived in it would be eligible, if storage tank.s jn the Los Angeles pride otherwise qualified, he said he knew of no reason why thev ’filled to the brim” rather suffer. area arc with oil. Some 600 Oregon gasoline dealers approved a voluntary rationing plan in which motorists would gas up on alternate days according to the last and than made application repor|C(j stolen, letting his family Cites Shortage Ray said the matter is particularly "alarming” considering that many communities last winter suffered severe short- Most Deputies    Tree Removal Parks said most deputies    Pact Awarded would qualify for food stamps if Randall’s Tree Service was their wives did not work. “The awarded a contract Wednesday wives who work are the bread-L0 rcmoVe 426 trees in the north-vvinners of the family, he said. eavt and southeast quadrants. “Mot-vt make more than their    c0rTjpany bid $17,892 for husbands do.”    the job. Other bids were $29,384, by SneTSficla/"? HS Engineers Bonetta! as. n ""visors about proposed raises.    .1Mfl «<u k„ iv„n,c oil industry deliberately staged j parks blamed much of the prob-the shortage in hopes of inereas-j jcm on (bc sheriff, saying he ig-j ing the price of natural gas, rid-1 noreft saiary schedules sometimes to hire someone who de-, mands more than the schedule1 provides. —Probe— (Continued from Page I. state could play in the invests I numbers 0f their license plates Ration or a possible court suit A maritime union leader challie said the state could enter in- j longed the oil shortage Tues- to a suit against the oil compan- day, terming it “as phony as a. jje sajd tbe deputies have les on its own or jointly with the $9 bill. AcTording to Je^se C aLjgetting the “runaround federal government “If they (oil companies) are playing any games,” Ray said, “I think it is horrible but we don’t have any evidence yet to substantiate any of the claims.” Leon Tree Surgery, Iowa City. ridcnt.il alarm street NE ;<t 608 Sixteenth I bushels. That is not enough to grandchildren. meet requirements in an order-1 Cervices; 3 p.m. Thursday in Iv manner, cav bakers and Pipestone*. Graveside services: in the family as follows (with 1 ♦hat I ages that affected hospitals, ding the industry of environmental restrictions, and to open the offshore oil fields to large scale drilling. da^OiTofTndkana’and Gu^i|Kirkwood Col lege — jointly bid more than $210 the maximum amount Magistrate's Court The Spading - Albert Lucrkers.i0*!!®1: domestic^users 223ft1 a Third avenue. Mar-{ Price also is a factor ion; fined $40 and costs, department said that farmers Wayne Koutny. route two,| last month averaged a record Cedar Rapids; Dennis Joslin, *,    hu«hi>l    for    wheat    un 1121 Thirty-second street SE; JI-1    1 Lvnu Gingrich, 1154 .I street from    «i yotii em lier. Ill NW; Edward Markert, 2U28 July, 1972. just before the big Markert boulevard SE; Daniel. Sciltxs of gram to the Soviet Bm ley. 2250 Filth avenue, Hnion became public knowl- 10:30 a m Saturday rn the land cemetery at Solon Oak- might be charged in parenthe- j1^1^ sos): One person, $42 ($32); persons, $78 ($58); three homes, industry two million for rights to the first and government-backed shale production project. The firms hope “We met the minimum needs , to develop 5.000 acres of federal Photo Equipment Reported Stolen Camera equipment valued al Carver Gives College Gift of $1.5 Million ROCK ISLAND, III. (CPI) -Roy J. Carver, Muscatine business man, has made a $1.5 million gift to Augustana college, lagest single donation in the school's history, it was announced Wednesday. The school will name its new physical edu- per Memorial Services \. St Wcn-ehurch at IU by 11n* Rev. Marion. Tracy Cheriton, 1715; Eleventh street NW; Charles Vet d Ii u i z e ii . route three, Marion; each fined $30 and I costs. Robert Owens, Lisbon; Marilyn Butterf ield, 2102 North j Towne court NE, ( laude Post,! Mt Vernon; each lined $25 and rests. David West. 3029 Mt. I Vernon road SE; John Kcrk-I man, Palo; Dennis Glover, 3321 Pioneer avenue SE; Mel-I (Vin Fleibler, Hiawatha; each j filled $20 and cost' Faulty equipment Albert I ^Jerkers, 2233' . Third ave-j edge, the farm price was $1.32 per bushel. of wheal C.R. Drug Numbers To report a violation: Michael Dooley 377-8081 lf you need help: Foundation ll... 362-21 74 (4 p rn. to midnight) Unlink. Frank lceslaus Catholic I a.m. 'Thursday [Clarence Fra na. Burial: St John’s cemetery. Rosary: 'Turner chapel west at 7:30 p.m. i Wednesday bv Father Prana. Saner, William A. 'Tm net ! chapel we: t at 1:30 p in Thin da> lr lh,* Rev. Crawford M. Howe, with military services at the chape! by Hanford American I A'ginn post Graveside services; Floral Hills cemetery at Hazleton at 3 p in, Thursday. Whether you're buying or sell ing, want ads will work for you. ol our |KH>ple only by going into land (the oil business ourselves and final Colorado. decision A on in western im’ $1 IR) <$fLe wrstins^tfl&B!^uyin8 several million gallons of the bids is not expected until K!lrkw00(1 c'oll_cfio $142 ($118), live per^ns. $i«j^ for a s|aU, PinerRency oU next week at the earliest. I$140); six persons, $194 ($162). I41W,,h„ c;ilH ,lf ,hl, Mimnl1<    ina.,wirv    vn„r,.i*s    tripod,    a    flash    unit $282 ($234). An Example As an example of calculating eligibility and the amount of 'stamps Harmon cited (with the in Georgia last winter is proven, then something definite!) must be done.” Panama Talks PANAMA (AP) - Ellsworth patties to turn recipient’s permission) the*case Bunker, American diplomat as- eminent more et Linn Deputy Sheriff Gene signed to work out new treaty eels of crude oil a day for sale Parks.    arrangements on the Panama to Latin American and Canbbe- Ills take-home pay for two Canal, has left here without an an nations feeling the energy I weeks on Dec. 14 was $169.50 'flouncing any agreement    pinch. $1,176 was reported stolen(cation building the Roy J. Wednesday from a room at Carver Physical Education Center. Two cameras, three lens, a .................................. and several torage of the 131 told UPI privately----------- oil nations might lift thoir cm-|lrom a locked room, police said. barge against the U.S. and Hot-1 Th?re »e:e no s‘Bns ,h;i* the land next month or just let it “fade away quietly ” Venezuela Tuesday ordered U.S. and tither foreign oil com over to the gov-than UK).(HH) bar- , MiitdMi muM pool,’ he said “If the testimom in London, industry sources seven persons, JJM JIB). . (gilt    ,he    s|(lra    the    13    ,, privaU.|v lhat thl. Arab Oilers were taken overnight persons. 242 (1202 ; nine per- i|h    1)d,’son,eWlM-re sons, $262 ($2181; ten persons,1 room was broken into. The equipment is thc property I of tho college. Something warm, human and won derful hoppen* when you toy it with flowers, PIERSON’S T/,r Where the Selection I* Best ISHO I I I IS KI VI). 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