The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 3, 1977 · Page 11
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 11

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* £$? >'~f*)-7/4' c ^ttt»r. ' *$ste m »<*-,«•«,«,,; WEAREVER RUBBERMAID NlL'GVriTKMWSlConn.)Thursday. June 10.19i6-l'age II CORNING! PORTLAND, MAINE: Hubert A.G. Monks gels a kHs trom his wife Millicenl as he hears thai he has pulled fir ahead ol his GO! 1 primary rival Hlalo Truman. Monks will now oppose Incumbent Sen. EdmundS. Muskic, n-.Malne, in Ihc November balloting Sen. Muskie will he seeking a fourth, six-vearterm. (U1>I> Sarasm news \ Ronald A. Sarasin/United Slates Congiessman/51h Distri :t, Connecticul The Energy Crisis-Revisited i/ MiddlcUnvu Continued From Page I Ul Afler Iwo years of debale countless bills, amendments. verj lhe Silvergleid said that could take up lo two years and the commission did nol want lo wait. "The people of, Conncc- cltectivcly in other areas, licul want horse racing," he substituted sal(i ' . Congress charges and countercharges, government decision-making and repeated congressional frequent source ol trouble, rejection ol any effective These decisions virtually program later, the threat posed assured we would not have any to America by our increasing significant increase in domestic reliance on foreign petroleum is supply of petroleum and di little again escalating. And the lo discourage demand. Majority in the Congress slill Instead. Congress decreed that <hows no inclination to take ef- auto makers produce more fcctive action. economical cars in the future. The latest indication of lhe selling actual mileage renewed seriousness o! Ihc requirements to he achieved by situation is apparent in several cerlain dates. It was evident that ncwpiccesofinformalionandlhe Ihese standards could be fad thai domestic production o! achieved by Ihc manufacturers oil and natural gas is continuing producing predominantly small, to decline, widening lhe gap low-powered cars with few between domestic supply and energy-absorbing optional «r consumption and pulling us in features, greater jeopardy from foreign What Congress did n r , Brenna n also <, » s gam ng l ' '" ™ fc f- s perm™ 5 expected to should lhe le lo revoke >e. The should be 1 Is iglemenls — .vill challenge move lo — could lead ion of both appeals are icld and the commission can lift Sawmill's permit. 'It is not probable, but ipossible," Silvergleid said. "If that happens the commission will s hov, the manufacturers were, n°l have forced that, but Mt rn • the be Ihc courts who have imposed Perhaps' the, most '"disap" going"lo sell these cars if ..... „ pointing of the new- figures is the American consumers decided " »1^, recent jump in gasoline demand, they still wanted lo buy larger following more than a year of cars, which is lhe decision ap- indications thai Americans were parent in lhe latest sales figures heeding the call for voluntary In effect, lhe legislation passed conservation and restraint, the buck to Ihc aulo makers lo Mavhc much of the renewed solve a problem the snu'rl in consumption can IK congressional majority was traced lo the Biccnlennial urge lo unwilling lo lake effeclive action travel, lo see our country and on ^ „„ mnliition „ meel tbe . ( { era i slale "f ' 'f includ ng Environ- agency S! and ^Tran- ^j^, Mning and ordinances. «» a ™ ° ™ n ^"^k] by the Slate- Oganized Crime Investiga- on 0 K 3 u ol lhe . LibeMy Bell and Constitutional law that no one may buy a car lbH.tovWI.taN.Uon-sc.jiUH K' ~ .^ te "S for the many observances there. Thai at least would I be taking orlotracelheirnalionalherilagc some of the responsib.litj on to Lexington and Concord, or our raised gleid said a preliminary ,• and finance repor meeling Wednesda. no special concerns w^a" d"n^ ^^"Vply?^ ^ ™^ P—Ivonald I increase the domes.ic supply ol propria.e excess profils h^es N ^ gasoline or oil, and we are using and rebates for low income You Have Probably Thought Of RICHLIN As An Outstanding Store For The Men With Complete Lines Of Automotive Equipment-Sporting Goods-Hardware-Paint-Toys, Etc. ALL OF WHICH IS TRUE HOWEVER LADIES, RICHLIN Is For You Too. With One Of The Finest And Most Complete Lines Of Housewares In The Valley If You Have Never Met RICHLIN'S HOUSEWARES DEPT. Please Let Us Introduce You With A Very Special Offer For 2 Days Only-Friday And Saturday June iW Arid 12th. T SPECIAL—SPECIAL—SPECIAL I 03 m JO m T 1 '?'."-! "0 n m i » -illio, s per «nl ahead of W5. but refuse lo the other 550 lending instilu- .v K are once „_,...„ and bigger reversing a trend ,hed afler Ihc crisis y the oil embargo of two years ago. These statistics are nol in themselves bad. A healthy auto industry is one of lhe keystones ot our cnlire economy, travel and related industries are another important component, and lull and aclivc participation in lhe Bicentennial can have a beneficial effect on our national outlook. The most disturbing aspect of thi s is the impl icali on for the non- program'lhe Congress adopted regarding energy. Instead ol adopting policies to increase domestic energy production, llie majority chose to continue to discourage new exploration and production in Ibis country. Instead of allowing lhe proven mechanism of free market economics lo function as it has economical cars attractive lo the buyer. The same economic factors were demonstrated here, when the embargo made gasoline and borrow million from tions. i-' "Hig Jim Continued Krom Page 1 V) Former New York Gov. Averell llarriman called Farley lo find. Small car unlil Congress said U.S. policy would continue lo be controlled gasoline prices. Now that prices have moderated and supply is temporarily adequate, Ihere is no parlicular reason for many Americans to sacrifice their preference lo larger cars. WTiat this all demonstrates is lhal the congressional "policy" so far is nothing more than wishful thinking and the long-term energy' crisis is slill with us. The sand on the Caribbean island of Aruba's Palm Beach is so white lhal it once was used as the symbol ol purity in lhe island's marriage ceremonies.; 0 GARLIC BREAD To Take Your Breath ftway FRIDAY SPECIAL Miniature 0 TOT PIZZA 35 personalities o! my generation ..I mourn bis loss, as do thousands of his friends across the country." Former Democratic chairman Ijwrence F. O'Brien, now commissioner of lhe National Basketball Association, said the "New Deal was an era that marked lhe greatness of Jim Farley." Farley broke with Roosevell in IHO when KDK ran for his third White House term and lhe Iwo became bitter enemies. Though swept from naliona 1 power, Farley remained lhe parly's unofficial patriarch an( a behind-lhc-scenes power in Now- York politics. His advice and counsel was sought by a succession of Democrats in national, state, and local office Farley is survived by a so and Iwo daughters. Funera arrangements were incomplete Q Q * RITA'S BAKERY 5 ! ft r ^*?;,r w S!?S-"i ,„ „,>,„ w K,« i. t ""^9^435 _" Mastroserio ft Sons Interior & Exterior Painting Quick Dependable Service Reasonable Bales For Free Estimates Call MO OFF On Any Purchase You Make In Our Housewares Dept. During These Days. You Don't Have To Bring Your Computer Along-Our Girls Will Deduct The 20% At The Cash Register. 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