The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on January 1, 1977 · Page 6
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 6

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Saturday, January 1, 1977
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, Afer-Palm Beach Post-Ttmes, Saturday, January 1, 1977 1 Indonesia's Oil Up 5.85 developments in the international market. Saudi Arabia, which produces about 30 per cent cf the world oil supply, has begun increasing production to meet the rising demand for its low prices. Emirates' oil production capacity is in the same range as that of dissidents said they would hold their increases to 5 per cent throughout 1977 because the world economy still recuperating from the 1968 oil crisis cannot bear another price hike of that magnitude. The Jakarta government said it also felt it necessary to adjust the existing price differentials for the country's crude oil produced by its various fields, in accordance with PALM BEACH CATHEDRAL ; ' ft :y 1 j- ' AS , j ; ifrv x - t. X X, ' ii ; -tr I rfii h' f i. - u:f X ft I I l jut" kV o- .... rJ&H.d;. J ', 'T'y- ' jiL " ' i i,.i,fiiniii.rnii nri -n- in..ini T-:iifi r: ininY- . .-...hy JAKARTA, Indonesia (UPI) - Indonesia announced yesterday it was boosting by only 5.85 per cent the price of its crude oil, indicating another chink in the unity of the cartel of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). Indonesia, which produces only 5 per cent of the world's oil supply, followed the lead of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates which split from the OPEC decision to raise prices by 15 per cent over the next six months. The Jakarta government announcement called for price rises varying from 75 cents to $1.40, with Indonesian minas, its market crude, undergoing an increase of 75 cents about 5.85 per cent from $12.80 to $13.55. The new prices, to go into effect today, range from $13.15 to $14.40. The announcement said the Indonesian government was "in principle" following the OPEC decisions at the Qatar meeting in early December, which called for oil price increases of 10 per cent beginning today and another 5 per cent in July. But the actual increase announced was in fact closer to that of Saudi Arabia and the Emirates which split from the majority decision. The two Assembly of God CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY MORN. WORSHIP 10:30 am SUNDAY EVEN. WORSHIP 700 pm WED. EVEN. (FAMILY NITE) .7:00 Dm SUNDAY SCHOOL I SUNDAY MORNING 9:30 am - niT 1 Experience the Difference 9153 ROAN LANE - LAKE PARK ONE BLOCK EAST OF 1-95 OFF NORTHLAKE BLVD. SCBIVNEK DAMON PASTOR 622-1700 848-7126 i 'jr. r ,1 1 ;(' TRAFFIC BANNED - Two nuns walk through St. Peter's Square, which became a pedestrian island Tuesday. Temporary barricades, seen in UPI Ttltphoto square to all cars and buses. Permanent barricades of posts and chain or stones will be set up in the famed square in January. In the background is St. Peter's Basilica. foreground, block access to the Vatican City v.? CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Palestinian Role in Talks Nearer jfSS 2390 4 4 J ) Nw York Tlm$ it 'TEL AVIV - Foreign Minister Yigal Allon n r. Ay(Bterday offered to meet Jordanian officials Arab representatives of the West Bank to cats how Palestinian Arabs could be reDre- SertfM fn neace negotiations with Israel. SOUTH MILITARY TRAIL - W.P.B. INVITES YOU TO HEAR YOUTH EVANGELIST JOHN ANKERBERG WHO HAS SPOKtN TO THOUSANDS OF STUDENTS IN AMERICA AND OViRSiAS 11:00 A.M. & 7:00 P.M. YOU ARE WELCOME PHILIP C. H0USIMAH, PASTOR - He spoke here as hopes for a renewal of the ' I. ; Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) be invited to join. Israel objects to the participation of a body it regards as the umbrella organization of terrorist bands. Sadat's statement Wednesday to a correspondent of the Washington Post in Cairo was seen here as reflecting an erosion of Arab support for the October 1974 resolution by heads of Arab states in Riyadh which recognized the PLO as the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinians. Allon, speaking here to a delegation of Jewish leaders from Britain, said Sadat's statement did not quite bury the Riyadh resolution, but he remarked, "Maybe it's the first nail in the coffin." Other commentators noted it dovetailed with a recent Syrian statement envisaging some sort of federation between Syria, Jordan and a Palestinian state. A proposal in Amman by Sheik Muhammad Ali Jaabari, former mayor of Hebron, in the West Bank, for the formation of a new "Palestinian Land party," was also interpreted here as disrupting the PLO's claim to be sole representative of the Palestinians. But a more pessimistic note was sounded by an Israeli radio analyst who said the Egyptian leader's statement had not been meant to pacify Israel but to reassure Americans who feared a Palestinian state in the West Bank would be pro-Soviet. Meanwhile, Israeli leaders drafting parliamentary election platforms, reportedly agreed that the governing party should seek a mandate from the voters to negotiate peace with Jordan involving a pullback from occupied territory. Geneva peace talks rose in the wake of a statement by President Anwar Sadat of Egypt that any Palestinian state must De formally linked with Jordan. -. ". This would bring the Arab position closer to Icraol whinh nnnnepe tfm ocrahliehmpnt . i ' v. e 'ti.. 1 I I I I T I Lf, twC j H) a raiesiinian siaie uetween juruan aiiu israei Pbloctinian-.TnrHanian tatp rjr- .''..ThiB main obstacle to a renewal of the :' Geneva talks has been the Arab demand that the Year-End Argentine Battles Kill 20 i ' From Poit Wirt Sorvicot BUENOS AIRES. Argentina Ar gentina ended a bloody year yester- THE ROYAL POINCIANA CHAPEL 60 COCOANUT ROW PALM BEACH 10:30 A.M. DR. S.M. LINDSAY WILL PREACH 17CZ3ILD ay to the sound of gunfire that ' j ttHed - 201 leftist guerrillas in four k- . 4hdotout9. A woman leaped to her .V, ycJeath'frcrrn one building under police purged "Gang of Four," news reports said yesterday. The Sydney newspaper The Australian said a radio broadcast quoted a leading official telling a rally in Paoting that "the situation had improved due to the concerted efforts" of regional, provincial and local military units. The Italian news agency Ansa, quoting travelers from Paoting in recent days, said the situation there "now appears entirely calm and Bight guerrillas four men and Y, "four women were surrounded in a A , nousein ne nortnern suDurD of bou- 'h .Mocne and all died in a shootout 1(betweeh' 1 and 2 a.m., security sotirtfes reported. ,h fto' troops were wounded or killed itathe',gunbattle. tlj Underground leftist news sheets " yiave Charged that guerrilla prison- UVrS'Afd taken to sites such as the 7 ' abautfortetl house and executed with the Jottings made to look like the re-: sulfof'a shootout. "' WRosario, 195 miles northwest of vi'Buenbs .Aires, police fought a four-; vh'our gurr-battle with guerrillas hid- c itttf In an anarrmpnt nn tho Pttrhth was found with the seven crew members and 14 passengers dead from a fire which enveloped the plane, the spokesman said. Earlier Faucett spokesmen had expressed optimism because the plane appeared to be nearly intact when sighted from the air. Military Restores Order in Paoting Chinese army units have restored order in the city of Paoting, which was rocked by clashes, looting and sabotage apparently staged by the supporters of Mao Tse-tung's widow and the other members of the Bethesda-By-The-Sea (Episcopal) So. County Rd.Barton Ave. Palm Beach 8 AM COMMUNIONHOMILY 9:00 AM BAPTISMHOMILY 9: SO AM RECTORS FORUM 11 AM MORNING PRAYER HOMILY 5 mliwtM from 1-95 Ixitt f ktvadtr and OhMcnoOM Come And Be One Of Us ft. r - "'P) 1 T . ri , f in i i : i t ' r . y nuui ul? a i-siory ouuumg. une ' , woftiafr; guerrilla jumped to her 8eath. rather than surrender, while ' twtf fni and another woman died in ..j Ihe shootout, security sources said, i, MS ' soldiers were wounded or , . fulled in the gunbattle. ' .' V'!-''C'fJht other guerrillas were killed 2 i j: Irnl. oiittsiifSilvJ WILLIAM N. ILNISKY, PASTOR 11 153 Htnthorn Drivt Palm Springs, Fla and eight other ships backed by four patrol aircraft moved into position to keep fishing vessels from Iceland, Bulgaria, Romania, Cuba and Japan out of the new 270,000-square-mile area. Under an agreed "common fisheries policy," the nine nations of the common market all were extending their fishing limits to 200 miles as of midnight yesterday. But 60 per cent of the waters added under this joint policy are British, so Britain is playing a leading role in patrolling them. More Communist Prisoners Freed MADRID, Spain - In one of its final acts before being dissolved, the dreaded Franco-era Public Order Court yesterday freed without bail seven Communists arrested during street demonstrations for the release of their leader, Santiago Car-rillo. Their release was ordered one day after Carrillo himself and seven other high officials of the outlawed Communist party were freed on bail totaling $23,000. Airliner Crash Takes 21 Lives LIMA, Peru A spokesman for Faucett Airlines said yesterday all 21 persons aboard one of its airliners were killed when it crashed in the mountains of northern Peru. The propeller-driven DC4 aircraft 2 llirXJl UvtZdlU.wF' SUNDAY WEDNESDAY wm i i aii nn rrii a mm mi ; ; . y unreiaiea incidents. -t' ; The final explosion of ;T I 10:00 A.M. "WISE MEN STILL SEEK HIM" violence at 'Sunday School 9 45 AM Prayer Meeting 9 30 AM Mornino. Worshio 1 1 00 AM Family Niqht... 7 30 PM ; .- tie end of 1978 raised to 1,367 the DR. PAUL W. SWETS, PASTOR NURSERY OPEN 7-00 P AA "ADVFMTIIBE IM CAITU" ijllurflber killed this year. Evening Service 7 00 PM 'Bible Study. Youth Power House. Royal Rangers and SPANISH SERVICES M.ssionettes) Sunday 2 30 & 7 30 PM. Tues and Friday .7 30 PM ASSEMBLY OF GOD 854 CONNISTON ROAD PHONE (305) 832-8479 Little Hope Held jfor 45 Miners PilAGUE. Czechoslovakia - Res cuers feid yesterday there was little 1 U X H 1 Si hope of saving 45 miners trapped in COME, JOIN WITH US FinST PRESDYTERIAII CllUnCII 231 NO. FEDERAL HWY. LAKE WORTH WALTER DUFF REED, MINISTER 9:30 A.M. CHURCH SCHOOL "HOW TO FIND A NEW FAITH" 11:00 A.M. BROADCAST OVER WPBR-1340 AM HOLY COMMUNION -a coal mine at Ostrava which was ' .; rocked' by a gas explosion several hndred feet underground Thursday j.,' nighty-: " ; ' GTK' tlie Czechoslovak news agen- ,cy,'v6aid the disaster took place at . 5?the Staftc coal mine near Ostrava in northern Czechoslovakia near the PoItsh border, the scene of many fnine disasters in the past, including K ,' Jthe 1961 explosion which killed 108 ; ' miners. . t Rescuers were hampered by 5 de MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1U 8:45 & 11:00 A.M. FIRST EVANGELICAL gree weather. Britain Patrols PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES 1300 SO. OLIVE AVENUE WEST PALM BEACH WORSHIP SERVICES 9:30 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 11:00 AM COMMUNION MEDITATION "THE NEW CUP" DR. BENNETT 7:00 PM "THE SPIRIT FILLED MAN" REV. J. WAYTE FULTON JR., O.D. MINISTER X 2dO-Mile Limit JLW CHURCH Our Mail is Open for Inspection! Keep aware of what goes on in our town. Read "letters to the Editor" daily in The Pott. Call Circulation Dept. 659-1450 for home 1 Dr Poul I. Arm Arnold. Poattx Air-Conditioned Paul f, Arnold. Co-Patter 2740 PARKER AVE. Sunday School Clattoi . ALL ogi 10:00 am Nurtory Altondanti arotont REV. DENNIS R. BENNETT, D. MIN., ASSOC. MINISTER Us - Vr'. l' LONDON - Britain deployed a 20-t ship feet yesterday to guard its new " , UZW"mile fishing limits which, in con-t ert with other European Common ' " Matket countries, came into force at y" ' ;lidtDight. ; ' " f. A Ttr e e frigates, eight minesweepers, one fast patrol boat ak CTte(jil!l;Wlfr(3?(IiBI F1 Iff DOWNTOWN LAKE WORTH Federal Highwy - 1st Avenue South PHONE 585-1786 9:30 A.M. CHURCH SCHOOL BEGiNNiN JANUARY 2ND ON A REGULAR BASIS: TWO IDENTICAL WORSHIP SERVICES " A LAKE WORTH North Faderal Church of Chriit 720 North Fadaral Highway tibia Sludr 10-00 A M. Mwnlii Wofihip 11:00 A M. Ivanlnf Wotihip 6 JO PM. Wdnuloy 7:30 P M. t. H. Wlmina, Mlntlltf Mum 5I5 M64 - RIVIERA BEACH Avt. "S" Church of Chriil 2020 Avi. S fc Study -30 M. NMMne Wonhlp - " 00 A.M. Wank 'o ' U- fit. :00 PM. Iobtl I. Cany. lvoi)gli r-hwta 4-70M .ai'ii.rMuinT-i'i.i'.in .irwnTiiKfn:rii A. ft-;. LAKE WORTH Tanth Avanuo Church of Chriit 3846 Tanth Avonuo North llbl. Study 10:00 A.M. Morning Wanhlp 11:00 A M. vankia Wanlilp 30 f M. Wtdnnday 7: JO t M. CharU Ctchran, Ivongvtitt Phww 945 M57 WUI-lalw Worth H-45 11 50 . PALM BEACH GARDENS ' . ' Northsid Church of Chritl 48S7 NorthloU Blvd. ' feibk) MMy 10,00 AM. Mmkif WanMp 11,00 AM Inntna Ml '" ttdn4v - ' M ' WiWam f foyn, Iningalill . rtwn. 67J-40I0 V- . IAKC W03TM AT 9:30 AND 11:00 A.M. NURSERY PROVIDED FOR ALL SERVICES ofioaniDcaisasQ m m m w . ilfl . aW sti HEAR FIVE GOSPEL MINUTES "Hi VKJil V Mon.-Frl. 12:45 12:50 THIS SUNDAY JOHN WESLEY'S COVENANT ' 4 WUZ 1380am Tkonuii B Warren. Soaakar WEST PALM BEACH Palm Baach lakot Church of Christ 1111 36th St. lb Study 00 A M MvMnf Wmtiip 10:00 A M. IvMHng Wanhlp 6 30 PM Wadnnday 1 Wm. C. Motctiit, Kony Cain, A Don laynoldt, Ivangdiitt Ptiont 848 I1II nyaj by 10th Ava. Church e Chritt GARY WAYNE BUHL 9:15 Sunday WUZ 1380am KEN WHITE PROGRAM DIRECTOR r.. PASTOR i Kobart Curry, Speakar ftiierad by 'S' Uva. Church ef Chriit h -

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