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Cullman Times Democrat (Newspaper) - May 7, 1972, Cullman, Alabama Try Page 4-a sunday May 7,1972 the Cullman times Laws in telegrams to be sent monday Price commission chairman c. Jackson Grayson or. Will charge the companies with failure to submit quarterly profit margin reports As required under Federal regulations. The reports Are one of the commissions most important tools in keeping an Eye on inflationary Price increases. The government has decreed that while profits can increase with expanded volume of sales the profit margin a or profit As a percentage of sales a cannot exceed the average of the Best two of a firms past three fiscal years. Five Day deadline Grayson said last week that violators would have five Days from receipt of the telegrams a to either certify they have not increased prices or submit the profit margin reports. If the companies done to respond Gray son said he would ask the Justice department to initiate civil action with possible penalties of $2,500 per violation. In addition Grayson said the commission could order the firms to reduce prices an action it has taken in a few a cases recently to bring profit margins Back within the guidelines. The late filing list also included such widely known. Firms As Corning Glass works Corning by. Mcgraw Hill. Inc., new York Scott paper co., Philadelphia Admiral corp., Chicago Johns Manville new York Raythelon co., i it Lexington mass. Abbott laboratories North Chicago 111. Pfizer inc., new York and encyclopedia Britannica inc., Chicago. Playboy cited others were the Bekins co., continued from Page i i is Angeles Allied lines inc., Maywood 111. Blue Chip Stamps i s Angeles Marriott corp., Washington Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith new York metro Goldwyn Mayer inc., Culver City Calif. Playboy enterprises inc., Chicago and Marshall Field amp co., Chicago. All the companies named saturday were in the commissions so called tier i group a those with annual sales of More than $100 million. An even longer list of delinquent firms will be released later this week. It will include More tier i companies plus those in tier ii a those with revenues Between $50 million and $100 million a year. All 2,954 tier i and ii firms were required to file the reports by May i and As of last week less than half had done so. Priming Cason continued from Page i there is much offered by both. It is just a Good place to live and raise your family. I could see this filling Browne a shoes As chamber manager will be difficult Cason says. A Jim left a difficult show to follow. But this chamber is very Active minded. They want to get something done Here and the cooperation has been nothing less than sensational. In a really looking Forward to becoming a part of this shag continued from Page i fold who in his right mind would even think of going off Campus to select an athletic director although coach Jordan voiced a faint tone of disappointment at the news he is too much of a Man to lower himself and be critical of the schools Choice. He knows he must work with Lee. And he will. Ralph Jordan s life has been Auburn University. And until now. Auburn has been most gracious to Shug. But like they say you always Hurt the one you love. Good Day. Nixon continued from Page i would come from other agriculture department budget sources to avoid a boost in Over All government spending Nixon said. The new formula applicable to school year lunches and breakfasts but not to the summer program would give school districts Money according to How Many meals they served. The present system allocates funds on a strictly population basis. Assistant agriculture Secretary Richard e. Lyng told newsmen the old payment system a penalized states that were trying to have their programs under Nixon a formula Lyng said a the More meals they serve the More Money they will he said the formula coupled with the spending increase was intended to spread the program to a hard Core districts that Are not participating a mostly in the West and Northeast. Lyng said the administration hoped to add a million needy children to the 8.3 million who now get free or reduced Price school lunches. Nixon would require serving free school lunches to All children from families with incomes below the poverty level �?$4,110 for a family of four. Some of these children now pay part of the Cost of a lunch. The legislation also would set income ceilings for participation a provision Congress has rejected in the past. Win Quick five americans believed killed two weeks ago in the fiery crash of their helicopter in the Central Highlands had been found alive. All had been Given up for dead. Phenom penh bombarded there were these major military actions in Indochina on the eve of the 18th anniversary of the French defeat at Dien Bien Phu a communist infiltrators hit Cong continued from Page i the Viet Cong said Nixon was tricking american Public opinion by stepping up the naval and air War while announcing new . Troop withdrawals. North Vietnam also criticized the United states for refusing in private talks to Budge from its stated position. Chief . Negotiator William j. Porter on thursday cancelled indefinitely for the second time in six weeks the weekly sem Public sessions because there was a Lack of Progress a in every available diplomatic sources indicated that secret negotiations however would continue and that Kissinger would return for a second meeting with Tho soon. Kissinger held 13 such meeting in 1969, 197d and 1971 with either Tho or with Xuan Thuy Hanoi a delegation chief. The Viet Cong in a separate statement joined Hanoi in popular Terry Sanford pres accusing Nixon of increasing ident of Duke University and a continued from Page i the cambodian capital of phenom penh with 115 mortar and rocket shells during the night killing 28 persons and wounding 135. Cambodian paratroops and tanks battled throughout the Day on the Southern Edge of phenom penh with about too communist sappers some of them women who were trapped while trying to blow up a major Bridge leading to Highway i. A North vietnamese commandos smashed into an important government base fire base 42, just six Miles North of the Central Highlands capital of Plesku and killed or wounded More than too government troops and killed one . Adviser. A spokesman said 36 guerrillas were killed. A government sources reported 75 communists slain Friday in a clash on Highway 14 nine Miles South of Korntum with loss of 9 Arvn troops killed and 37 wounded. A Force of 1,000 South vietnamese paratroopers has been attempting to Clear the 30-mile stretch Between Plesku and Korntum but so far they have been Able to open the Highway Only at night. A heavy fighting broke out around due Thanh a District town 34 Miles Southeast of Saigon and a spokesman said at least 142 guerrillas were killed and that the defending militiamen suffered 16 dead and 5 wounded. The communists also blew up a Bridge 18 Miles Southwest of Saigon cutting a main Highway to the Mekong Delta. A up correspondent Donald Davis reported from Hue that there were shelling attacks and ground probes at artillery bases Birmingham and King guarding the Western approaches to Hue six to eight Miles from the City. Government soldiers there reported killing 240 communist soldiers mostly by air strikes at a loss of two dead and la wounded. B52s heavily pounded the area. Wives continued from Page i Wallace continued from Page i Legal notices a because the people must know a natural Park fusing Italy up a 125-acre Corner of unspoiled Alpine landscape near the Borders with Austria and Yugoslavia has been turned into a protected a natural the Park including two tiny lakes known As upper and a wer fusing and overlooked by 8,786�?Tfoot it. Vangart includes Beautiful forests and pastures. The Fauna ranges from Salmon to Deer Eagle and a variety of fowl. Thank vol i want to express my appreciation to everyone who worked for my election and voted for me. My opponents Are Fine men and i thank them for the clean races they ran. Certainly i would appreciate the help of everyone through the general election in november. Douglas Cornelius notice of Public hearing of modifications proposed for the Urban renewal plan of the fourth Street Urban renewal project project no. Alabama r-129. The Urban renewal Agency of the City of Cullman Alabama will hold a hearing on modifications proposed for the adopted Urban renewal plan of the fourth Street Urban renewal project at 7 30 . On May 22, 1972, at the City Hall in Cullman Alabama. The fourth Street Urban renewal project area designated As appropriate for the Urban renewal is identified As follows beginning at the Southeast Corner of the intersection of fifth Street and Denson Avenue and having the approximate directions distances and delineations As follows proceed southerly along the East margin of Denson Avenue a distance of 240 to the South margin of Logan Road thence Westerly along the South margin of Logan Road a distance of 875 to a Point which is the intersection with the Extension of the West margin of Rosemont Avenue thence northerly along said Extension and along the West margin of Rosemont Avenue a distance of 1,406 to a Point which is the intersection with a property line Extension thence Easterly along said Extension and property line and parallel to third Street a distance of 825 to the West margin of Denson Quot Quot Avenue thence southerly along the West margin of Denson Avenue a distance of 25 to a Point which is the intersection with a property line Extension thence Easterly along said Extension and property line a distance of 250 to a property Corner thence northerly along a property line a distance of 25 to a property Corner thence Easterly along a property line and crossing Cleveland Avenue a distance of 400 to a property Corner thence northerly along a property line a distance of 20 to a property Corner thence Easterly along a property line a distance of 50 to a property Corner thence northerly along a property line a distance of 80 to a property Corner thence Easterly along a property line and the sex tension thereof a distance of 250 to the East margin of Hickory Avenue thence southerly along the East Marain of Hickory Avenue a distance of 60 to a Point which is the intersection with a property line thence Easterly along said property line a distance of 200 to a property Corner thence northerly along a property line a distance of 40 to a property Corner thence Easterly al6ng a property line a distance of 200 to the West margin of Austin Avenue thence northerly along the West margin of Austin Avenue a distance of 20 to a Point which is the intersection with a property line Extension thence Easterly along said Extension and property line a where the Wise go to Call or Como in it soot Sam Hawkins David Griggs Dorothy Kaylor it Steve Rooks farm mum insurance i auroral in pm. 734-4660 a helping build the South. In a new Era distance of 510 to the East margin of main Avenue thence southerly along the East margin of main Avenue a distance of 40 to a Point which is the intersection with a property line thence northeasterly along said property line a distance of 147.5 to the Southwest margin of fifth Avenue hence northwesterly along the Southwest margin of fifth Avenue a distance of 35 to a Point which is the intersection with a property line Extension thence northeasterly along said property line and extensions and parallel to third Street a distance of 960 to a property Corner thence southeasterly along a property line and extensions a distance of 430 to a property Corner thence South Westerly along a property line a distance of to to the Southwest margin of an unnamed Alley thence southeasterly along said Alley a distance of 165 to the Northwest margin of fourth Street thence northeasterly along Northwest margin of fourth Street a distance of to to a Point which is the intersection with a property line Extension thence southeasterly along said property line and extensions a distance of 695 to a property Corner thence southwesterly along a property line a distance of 18 to a property Corner thence southeasterly along a property line a distance of 165 to the Northwest margin of sixth Street thence northeasterly along the Northwest margin of sixth Street a distance of 18 to a Point which is the intersection with a property line Extension thence southeasterly along said property line and extensions and parallel to third Avenue a distance of 1,155 feet to a property Corner thence southwesterly along a property line and the Extension thereof a distance of 232 to the Southwest margin of third Avenue thence southeasterly along the Southwest margin of third Avenue and the Extension thereof a distance of 400 to a property Corner thence southwesterly along a it property line and the extensions thereof a distance of 2,3965 to the East margin of main Avenue thence southerly along the East margin of main Avenue a distance of 20 to a Point which is the intersection with the Extension of the North margin of Ackers Street thence Westerly along said Extension and along the North margin of Ackers Street a distance of 210 to a Point which is the intersection with a property line thence northerly along said property line and Extension a distance of 530 to a property Corner thence Westerly along a property line and Extension a distance of 420 to a property Corner thence northerly along a property line a distance of 130 to the South margin of an Unna med Alley thence Westerly along said Alley a distance of 57 to a Point which is the intersection with a property line Extension thence northerly along said property line and extensions a distance of 924 to a property Corner thence Westerly along a property line and extensions a distance of 650 to the East margin of Cleveland Avenue thence nor therly along the East margin of i Cleveland Avenue a distance of 385 to the South margin of Logan Road a thence Easterly along the South margin of Logan Road a distance of 400 to the East margin of Hickory Avenue thence northerly along the a East margin of Hickory Avenue a distance of 15 to the South margin of j Logan Road thence Easterly along the South margin of Logan Road a j distance of 250 to a Point which is i the intersection with a property line thence southerly along said property j line and Extension a distance of 270 a to the South margin of sixt h Street thence Easterly along the South i margin of sixth Street a distance of. 400 to a Point which is the in j ter Section with a property line sex j tension thence northerly along said i property line and extensions a distance of 333 to the North margin j of Logan Road thence Easterly j along the North margin of Logan Road a distance of too to a Point which is the intersection with a property line thence northerly along said property line and Extension a distance of 316 to a property Corner thence Westerly along a property line a distance of to to a property Corner thence northerly along a property line and parallel to main Avenue a distance of 186 to a property Corner thence Easterly along a property line a distance of 74.5 to a property Corner thence northerly along a property line a distance of too to a property Corner thence Westerly along a property line and parallel to fourth Street a distance of 724.5 to the East margin of Hickory Avenue thence southerly along the East margin of Hickory Avenue a distance of 200 to a Point which is the intersection with a property line Extension thence Westerly along said property line and extensions a distance of 450 to the East margin of Cleveland Avenue thence southerly along the East margin of Cleveland Avenue a distance of 219 to the South margin of fifth Street a distance of 450 to the Southeast Corner of the intersection of fifth Street and Denson Avenue which is the Point of beginning. The purpose of the hearing is to consider proposed modifications in the adopted Urban renewal plan of the fourth Street Urban renewal project. The modifications proposed Are the change of status of parcels identified by the adopted Urban renewal plan As Block 32 parcel i a 501 Denson Avenue . And Block 45, parcel 2, 606 main Avenue . And Block 66, parcel 2, 809 7th. Avenue ., from a not to be acquired status As presently designated to a to be acquired status. A copy of these proposed changes by the City of Cullman Urban renewal Agency is available for examination and will be open for discussion at the hearing. Any person or organization desiring to be heard concerning the above referenced proposed changes will be afforded an Opportunity to be heard at such hearing. . Nesmith mayor attest j. Leon Tucker City clerk april 30, May 7, 1972 the state of Alabama Cullman county probate court april 21,1971 in the matter of the estate of Thurman l. Maze deceased. Letters of administration on the estate of Thurman l. Maze deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 21st. Day of april 1972 by the Hon. Guy Hunt judge of probate of said county notice is hereby Given that All persons having claims against said estate Are hereby required to present the same within the time allowed by Law or the same will be barred. Janice Maze by Geo. W. Barnett her attorney april 23, 30, May 7, 1972_ . Combat effectiveness in the South in order to Start a new escalation of the War. A the introduction of thousands of marines and numerous former governor of North Carolina was Able to Muster Only 38 per cent of the vote. Wallace Defeated him in Many of the states cities where soldiers of the other branches Sanford was expected to run of the armed forces As strongest reinforcements is More than contacted in Baltimore Wal Ever indicative of Nixon Admi lace said a i feel a Little More nitration policy a North Viet inclined to run in californians Nam said. Camp continued from Page i but he said the North Carolina win a does no to mean in a going to run in California in the Republican primary president Nixon scored his expected runaway win Over rep. Paul Mccloskey a Calif. Nixon took All 32 of the states Garden City mayor Roland Johnson who also ran for the county Board chairman a seat in the primary said he will release his Campaign expenses Republican convention Dele next week. Gates with 93 per cent of the Harbison has not indicated votes. Mccloskeyy a name was whether he will make Public his on the ballot even though he expenses or not. He polled 3,973 votes Camp 2,789, and Johnson 1,828. Charles Glover got the Republican nod to run against the democratic Winner in the november general election. Glover received 1,117 votes and John Thomason 951. Camp said he believes All candidates should make Public their expenses and contributors. A the citizens have the right to know who is supporting a candidate. A usually when Large sums of Money Are donated there is a reason behind the donations a Camp added. A i want everyone to know that i am not obligated to any one person or group. My Only obligation is to the citizens of Cullman county a he added. Has withdrawn from the race. News beat continued from Page i special meeting of the National league of families of american prisoners and missing in Southeast Asia letter for Nixon the organization largest of its kind gathered for the weekend in a Virginia Motel across the Potomac River from Washington a to evaluate the Progress made by the Nixon administration in freeing the prisoners and to decide How or whether the league should move in the 1972 election year. League members Are to vote sunday on any resolutions proposed. Regardless of whether the league finally takes a formal position some of its members who Are critical of administration policy plan to deliver a letter for president Nixon sunday at the White House Gates. League activists want to abandon the organizations present a a humanitarian stance and plunge into open political criticism of the administration which they claim has occasionally received tacit support from the supposedly a a Neutral league. Although virtually All of the leagues 2,700 members can be assumed to be unhappy with Lack of Progress in gaining the pow so Freedom their divergent assessments of who is to blame and what to do about it was illustrated in a symposium entitled a where do we go from Here a opinions differ mrs. Thomas e. Collins iii of Clinton miss., a pow wife blamed Hanoi a for their unyielding attitude. Our president has drawn the line and we must stand firmly behind it with him. If we do released. James a. Crist Cullman and not we could wind up allowing Ronald k. Edge Cullman 9, Hanoi to bargain our men to were involved in a two car Accident at the Globe a Doris Hallberg of Tustin restaurant parking lot Friday. Calif., Mother of a missing two cars and a truck collided army sergeant charged that Friday at the intersection of 2nd a Antiwar expressions and Politi ave so and 9th. St. So in Cal arguments followed so solving Billy d. Orme Decatur diligently by the news Media Jerry g. Lovell Cullman and and some of our elected Birty w. Hayden Cullman officials have wittingly or Hayden was treated and unwittingly prolonged this released from Cullman Hospital. Mrs. Paul e. Galanti of a one car mishap occurred Richmond va., a pow wife saturday on 3rd. Ave be near said that a no one will Ever the intersection of 16th St. Be convince me that the . Could involving Charlie m. Gregory not get our men Home quickly Cullman 7. If this became top Bobby Jack tamp says thank Yon to our Many friends who worked so hard for us we wish to express our deepest amp sincere thanks. We know All of you have Only one goal in mind. That is to select a person that will be free to serve each of you amp not be obligated to any group or clique. You people carried our message decently with Pride not being critical but standing up for our beliefs when the going was rough for this Type people you leave me no Choice but to continue amp win this race with you. We would like to extend a Welcome to All Cullman county inst please join with us. You help is a must to accomplish this goal. Thank Yon re. Pol. Adv. By Bobby Jack campy it. 4, Hanceville

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