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July 4, 1975

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~ ip manure is gaining steam.'" according iiiii MATERNITYsHuKT$ CLOTHES 1/2 COMMISSION flf The Natural Gas Pipeline Co. has capitol in the CiWI off reg. price made plans ,o purchase methane gas. of May. 1975. to be produced from 80.000 tons of cow CASE NO. 8234 plans to build a plant - next to a cattle In the matter 0 feed]ot in Texas - that will process the Whereas, [udles manure into gas. The plant is expected Monongahela Po Fde revised tariil iiii H L'rERS, TANK TOPS 25% iiii to produce about 650 million cubic feet ~hedul~ co=miE : of methane annually, accordanc~ with on February 20. An official from Era said there's terminated the fel enough manure in the U.S. to produce revised tariff sM and charges for f Off I0 to 15 per cent of the nation's energy retail customers i iiliLad )'esRhhv & (h ddren s BATHING SUITS 250/0 0" iiii springmretrequirements and a, dded "we propesetaPlf TeXaSaroundmarket"projectthe country.plantsiS successfUl.could ektrderedCmpanY'respndentit in the State d't975iTin thelSthataORI~commCrPctthis'thJ il Brooks SPORTSWEAR " ! Sale 112 Price ii 'ra l a" t'lk i t t"'ke* .t raisers in other parts of the country and place the v about plans to produce gas from turkey pro~cute said ts~ may appear a.Dd _o__. .,eeoa. wastes. According to a company may be deemed P SUMMER DR -25% iiiifficial' farmers are als interested in t "nyne intere$' iii F~I~P~ iiii the plants because the residues left Fdin, with t~c~ ii before the 4tn over from the gasification process can IT IS FUI~ ladies - off be fed back to the animals as a feed rose.lent. M~ supplement, corporation, gi~ iiii SANDALS I/..4, i', Government officials and econo, thereon by poS~ mists have begun to speculate about conspicuous place are paid for s pe~ off the effects of another increase in the prior to the ch d inspection, and by iiii $ ilil later this year. ~t publicationt~ SUMMER SLACKSv'' o,,,00 4911 According to reports in the New {30) daysnorte~ York Times . it iS certain that "any the 4th day of A published and ? Now Only price increases will drain off counties d eerr purchasing power, raise energy costs, calhoun. Doadr~ !iii Children's iiiii ret ,d ono. c growth and ,,..a ii SUMMER SHim, SNORTS nOW 25'~ off iigel2eral upward p- Otl 1}l'iO~perculdand year,Awag'"'cause$4 puttingpercarbarrelselasas manytPriCedrPasinCl'easedO0'000, 40.000 AdayWebster'Ritchi*'Pcahntas' Fl_e return thereof to tJCopy, of bee rin$.Rane'WetZeLTesteT The $4 price hike figures has been PUB..,.,~ suggested by some OPEC representa- tives but officials here see that figure ( $1 to $2 hike is more likely,co ssloN real value, reg. price to $15.00 Now Only Meanwhile. President Ford has,olin t~CiWd( June, 1975. reportedly decided to delay his third $1 CAS~- NO. oooo per barre| inc, se -,,m at GAS ii :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: iileast September' and pOggibly lOll[|Or" a cOrpOratiml" In the matter o The reason: The Organization of ~. o Petroleum Exporting Countries {OPEC} Gas of west vi~. may substantailly increase tlmir off tariff d~ignamd! P.S.C.W.Va. No. ; prices this fall and Congress might clmr for ii ii .,.,,,.,,,..,,ow ,. 1.99 ii iiphaSe'OutOilpl'icecODtl'Ols" commercial, ffe~_customersat Sizeable OPEC price hikes and the Barbour, Braxt~ phasing out of domestic all price Hsncock Harr controls would negate the need for Ritchie. Tucker. 0n,, additional import tariffs, eccording to Calhoun. Clay, J '1iI li i iii,......... i!ii the President.s eneray advisors" Ka~wha. Li~Co $2 per barrel to the price of imported ~ppro~te an Nine Hundred : oil in hopes of discouraging oil an increase of e Double Kmt | I II ! I reg. $39.95 now db , t i::i!of Cnsumptin'the other oflAntherprice increaNe$1 hike. Onwouldtop Octobereffec~,~. t~4 - the Prudent s-energy advisors The House Commerce Committee is February, 1975.~ presently considering aplan that woud Cootm~ allow a five-year phaseout of t974. the reap price-controls on oil produced in the into effecteert~ as set forth in i ~. U.S. About 60 per cent of domesUcally 4, ~974, after produced oil is controlled at a price of , m nt at six W iiii $5"25 a barrel" The price f Article2'secti Men uncontrolled Oil is about $11.50.~ amended: a iii! J~OW only O The Senate Interior CommiUee has ,.bnmry~S'2 FnnJous mn e approved legislation that would authorized , reg. 56.98 stration to buy and store oil to cushiOn amount against future oil embargoes. ^mcmz. ilii Men s two pocket now only Under the provisions of the bill. the lmr nIT robe amount of oil purchased would depend Come~io. upon import levels, but could rm~eCit~ofCt~r berrek, ff imports~/ from 360 mmkm be *io 9:3( m. ur%"'S off remain constant, to as much eui 78S ctmr SUPPrt a.f million barrels, ff imports increase make such sharply. The cost of acquiring and proper. Men's value $12.00 storing the oil could reach $5 million IT IS ponde.t. over the next seven years, give notice Wrangler Flare Leg now only The oil would be bought On the mri~amt, private market, collected as a form of by sUns places wbe, I royalties from off-shore wells, orperiod of at Men's Double Knit Hubbard & Wrangler off reg. price thanbe'dentfifteenl ; SlO! circulat~n Ln snze I ] To th.~. c~,~...~ e.~.,, or ~ o, ~fore ~, estate of ~eyward B. Collins. deceased: . ..... f. AU pertoa~ lmvin$ claitm ~saitm the ~t,t, A Copy. TEST o rmyward B. CoilimL deceased, wbetlmr clue or $100 not. a r e,oti~md to exhibit tmme with tim tmucber O.IIC~C for for there.. ~auy.~ to the mad~rtiltn~, at my LEGAL omce m me taw o~ Gleaville. West Vi~ on or before February 1. 197B, st 10:00 o'~A.M.. TE Divis~o~ August 5, lega notices .. ' ~!i i',il 7 in. !i',i fl IDC ". 's144 " i !! i~i otherwise, they may by l=w be exch~led frtm all Divisdo~n or oetore sam O~y to examitm utd claims -rot Coacrete. otherwise protect their interests. No bid , Given under my hand. this th, ~ th day of forms pre s133 ,.,,,..o ,.~ _ }.W. ~ Administrs _ .t~muniuiomer of Accounts C~mrlast0m, ~tlmer Cotmty. West Virain~ 7-17-2t* 99 ,~ GILM]m COUNTY MEDICAL s Sl. quart quart Call 482-7381 fnr Dr. "11~ ~ nt. Laboratory and x-ray ii ii!! Emerlpmcy ser, t4~ is availoble iiii by c,dUns i Gtemlte , ii !i