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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - May 9, 1986, Garden City, Kansas Woman Washoe she was As Good to her children As your mom is to you Quot let the serendipity help you say Quot Happy Mother s Day 224 n. Main 275-1923 i $ downtown is 10-5 30 j Oil counties Appeal via photo streaked statue a the National Park service said thursday that when the statue of Liberty is rededicated in july there still will be dark streaks along Liberty a Torch Arm and Black Marks on her Cheek As seen in this photo taken last month. Topeka Kan. Apr lawyers for seven Oil producing Western Kansas counties locked into a Battle with the Petroleum Industry in a Challenge of a state Oil Price Benchmark set for property tax purposes were scheduled to present their arguments today before the state Board of tax appeals. The counties which otherwise have primarily agricultural tax sources and face drastic reductions in Petroleum related Revenue this year have contended $18 per barrel a the Price set in a state guideline to help calculate the value of Oil property a is too Low. Instead the state should stick by an earlier $25-per-barrel Price guideline which reflected the True Price of Oil on Jan i according to documents filed with the Board by Edward Larson a lawyer for Ellis county the states largest Oil producing county. However spokesmen for the Oil Industry told the five member tax Board thursday that most Kansas Oil producers will be forced to curtail operations worsening already depressed economic conditions in Oil counties unless tax values of Oil properties reflect the new lower crude prices. The actual Market Price per barrel of Standard Quality crude Oil was in the neighbourhood of $12.75 on Israel exports 200 alligators Tel Aviv Israel apr zookeepers shed few Crocodile tears after shipping 2 h alligators to the United states where they will be slaughtered for meat the reptiles known As a Mississippi alligators Quot were sold to a Florida cultivator for $20 each. Statue stained a new York a mysterious stains that appeared in the last six months on the statue of Liberty a Copper skin probably were caused by a vinegar like solution used to clean the statues Interior says a corrosion specialist. John Franey of Bell laboratories in Murray Hill. No a consultant to the National Park service said thursday he was testing to determine what substance stripped off the statues protective Patina in three separate spots although the cleaning solution seemed most Likely human urine reported thursday As a cause by the new York daily news was not a Likely suspect he said the newspaper had reported that workers renovating the statue urinated off the statue rather than travel All the Way to bathrooms at the base. Franey said the problem May have been a result of efforts to clean the statues Interior of layers of paint and an adhesive. He said it would have taken Quot major Gallons of liquid to accomplish the stripping a i find it hard to believe a few Guys could have urinated that a spokesman for the statue restorations construction manager said there w As no basis for the daily news report a every single worker i be met at the statue has spoken about his emotional involvement in the project a said George Martynuk of Lehrer Mcgovern inc. A they say it s the highlight of their construction career the Job of the the news also said that statue restoration officials were worried that the Public would be disappointed by Black splotches on the statues face and left Arm when president Reagan rededicate it july-3 on National television but in a statement the National Park service said the dark blemishes Are the natural Patina that protects the statues skin from the elements. Black is Copperas natural color during the first stage of Pat ionization the process by which Copper oxidizes and forms a layer of Protection against atmospheric erosion according to John Robbins a Park service architect. Usually Copper passes through the Black stage and stabilizes at a familiar Light Shade of Green but Strong wind and air pollution in new York Harbor either prevented the second greenish layer from taking hold or blew it away he said. These specials Fri. And sat. After 5 00 . These a sobs i a six a a by Aal Tabb Chicken Fried Steak a Gravy 525 cattleman Steak 6 of. Rib Eye 625 Large rib Eye 82sh includes Choice of potato and salad s portion under 12i chips portion Are reduced portions from our regular serving. Includes Chicken planks Steak planks fish pieces or fish fillet stvi33ds 3s3hjl Vul d 003 u3jjv los oms lad Auto repair veer with 31 years exp. Perdus it guarantees All repairs. Air cond. Brakes engines exhausts. Hwy 50 277-2248 ted e. Doyle owner thursday the Industry officials said although the Price was $26 75 per barrel in Early january when the guidelines were first issued. An amended $18 per barrel guideline Price was issued in March Fred Weaver the chairman of the panel said he Hopes the Board will announce its decision in the Case by june i. A the real Issue is what this Board. Is going to determine to be that Price which will reasonably reflect the True Price of Kansas Oil during Calendar year 1988,�?� Robert of Connor an attorney for the Wichita based Graves drilling co. In told the Board. Quot and we believe that Price cannot exceed $14.�?� the Point in Contention is whether the state property valuation division erred in March by setting the projected year Long Price of crude Oil at $18 per barrel in an assessment guide which county appraisers use to compute Petroleum property taxes. Attorneys for the Oil Industry argued that although the division is supposed to take Market conditions into account it failed to do so in setting this years crude Oil prices. During opening statements thursday of Connor said property taxes figured at the $18-per-barrel Price would push the Cost of operating Many Kansas Wells above the level of income they produce. Many Wells already Are being abandoned reducing or eliminating Oil income for factory authorized Kirby sales and service your specialist in All your vacuum needs. Roses Are red. Violets Are Blue let the Kirby dealer do the Best Job for you. Royalty owners landowners and counties he said of Connor said producers Are not trying to Quot Zero out the counties budgets but he said that if the Oil producing counties were to Benefit when the Price of Oil goes up. They must share the pain when Oil prices drop Quot the counties Rode up with the Oil Industry in the mid and late 1970s and it is not unreasonable that they also ride Down As the Oil Industry struggles a of Connor said in addition of Connor charged that state property valuation officials in setting the Price of Oil in the schedule failed to recognize what he called the a fundamental restructuring of the world Oil Market when saudi Arabia increased its production late last year Walker a. Hendrix an attorney for the Eastern Kansas Oil and Gas association argued the $18 Price is far above the $10.75 per barrel Eastern Kansas producers receive for the Grade of Oil extracted in the Region. Quot our plea to you is to establish a realistic Price based on what the producer is receiving for his Oil a Hendrix said gets ticket Minneapolis a police chief Tony Bouza says he paid a $44 Fine and Learned a lesson in humility after he got a speeding ticket for driving 65 Mph in a 55-Mph zone Bouza was returning from Montevideo where he gave a speech when he was stopped on Minnesota 7 on april 28, he said tuesday. He said he complimented the Chippewa county sheriffs Deputy who tagged him. Joe Linneman for a doing his Job a Linneman said he did no to recognize Bouza until he looked at his Drivers License Quot i was surprised to see who it was a he said a emr Bouza was very polite and courteous a Bouza said his Brush with the Law was brought up at a police retirement dinner in Minneapolis on monday night. A they cheered Quot he said Bayer carpet and tile you buy we install Al Bayer 2755491 Paul Bayer 276 8346 babysitting Isnit child a play. Come to St. Catherine hospitals babysitting clinic wednesday May 14 7 00-9 30 . Classroom i ii you babysit to attend. May specials 25% to 50% off on selected Model sweepers. 3 belts for $2.00 free shampoo attachment with every used Kirby. A $69.00 value. Your Kirby per Ference proves you know and appreciate Quality. 9 5 30 519 w Mary 2767309 or will be babysitting in the future plan Basic child care infant car emergencies creative play activities and Many More areas of interest. Fee is $5 and includes All materials and Breaks. 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