Independent from Long Beach, California on January 21, 1975 · Page 11
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PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) Hn mo. can. Tim, j«n. a im U.S. warned oil nations too rich 7 HOUSTON il'I'I) -- If . w i l l be able to buy evcry- thc United Stales contin- thing in the United States. UQS to buy high-priced for- a federal expert warned cign oil. within 30 vears Monday, the foreign oil countries C. King Mallory, deputy · i c r l c l n n l cnfrnlam tnr First sore lip medication in solid stick form Unlike ctdmary chapped l»p s-tcks, TANAC Sold contains C last-acting Moi£iurij05 as it promotes healing and helps prevent infection. Cools, socthps. the i r r i t a t i o n . 100. T A N A C Srl'd rs cdcrless. £0 it Cpos.urr. T A N A C Solid dters greater out Ihe f ' r e cl cmc^crf. w e a t h e r - b e a t e n 1 ps fast wiih ihe v-efious medication -T A N A C Sc'id. iSJ^*(s^ii«JE^i)«toWMVJ«!^rfvrfA'^*li6iiMBstf^ Medicated sore lip relief. jflJiiSllfflS /ffftftljv ^^raj^aSS ^^^5^DRUG STORES Open 9:30 lo 9 ; 30 Mon. thru Sol Sundo/t. 10 o.m. to 7 p.m. onerr.y :m i miniTais of the D e p a r t m e n t of Interi- o r , said the U.S. must s l o p p a y i n g exorbitant prices to the Organization of Petroleum E x p o r t i n g Countries and invest in domestic energy development. "If the present d r a i n ol money from our reserves continues, i n t h e n e x t three decades the O P E C nations w i l ^ a c c u m u l a t e ennufih reserves to buy the lop 501 companies in the United States, plus all of the f a r m l a n d in the U n i t e d States, and h a v e enough left over to buy a n y t h i n g else anyone in t h e U . S . s t i l l o w n s , " Mallory said. M a l l o r y (old the opening session of the World O f f Energy c W A S H I N G T O N i A P i The head of Ihe new Energy Research and Develop- m e n t A d m i n i s t r a t i o n d e - clared M o n d a y "we must put a brake on energy use" and set a 10-year goal of one m i l l i o n barrels a dav in synthetic fuels FREE ESTATE PLANNING SEMINAR The Downtown Branch of the Long Beach YMCA is offering an Estate Planning Seminar as a free community service. The seminar will be held at the Bank of California (Conference Room, 4th Floor) 444 W. Ocean Blvd. on Tuesday, January 28th, 1975 at 7:30 P.M. Several local professionals experienced in estate planning will lead a panel discussion on all aspects of Estate Planning. All participants will receive a free estate planning kit. While there is no charge, space is limited and reservations are required. Detach and mall for reservation or Telephone 43S-0909 (vjnrnp Phon p Free Estate P l a n n i n g Seminar Sponsored by Downtown YMCA 600 Long Beach Blvd. s h o r e Forum t h a t t h e OPEC nations, especially those in the Middle East, u s e a r t i f i c i a l l y h i g h , monopoly-dictated pricing xvs'erns that have drained mnnpy reserves. He said this country spent $1)0 billion last year for OPEC oil and only S16 billion c a m e back in world trade. "There is no hope for economic s u r v i v a l on t h a t one-way street." he said. "We m u s t a t t a c k the supply and demand problem from both ends. We must reduce o u r consumption of p e t r o l e u m products, and we must increase our ' d o m e s t i c ) production." M a l l o r y said President Ford's plan for a $3-per- barrel increase on oil import taxes oil would raise the price of gasoline 10 to 20 cents a gallon. Last y e a r , gasoline climbed about 16 cents a gallon after the A r a b oil embargo. hief asks i derived from coal. Dr. Robert C. Seamans J r . . on the agency's first day of operation, told a news conference t h e target is to make this nation self-sufficient in energy but this could not be done " i f we keep increasing our energy use by 4 per cent a year.' He s a i d conservation will be a major thrust of E R D A , "but t h e m a i n work has to be done on the state, local and per- s o n a l level. Everybody has got to get involved." Seamans. former secretary of the Air Force, pre- s i d e s o v e r a n agency -which brings under one roof the energy research activities of the old Atomic E n e r g y Commission, Ihe Department of the Interior, t h e E n v i r o n m e n t a l Protection A g e n c y a n d t h e N a t i o n a l S c i e n c e Foundation. F H D A has a planned 5- vear budget of $10 billion. " B r u t a l l y simplified, the administration proposes to curtail our use of petroleum by making it too expensive to waste," he said. "This will not solve the outflow of cash reserve io oilier nations by itself, but it will slow it down to a walk. It may f o r c e a b r e a k in t h e united front of the cartel w h i c h sets t h e h i g h prices." He said the oil companies will pass the increase to the consumer and the increase in profits will be heavily t a x e d a n d t h e money placed back into energy research and investment. Mallory said by balancing the world trade money reserves, m o r e m o n e y will be available for investing in coal production and solar, nuclear and geothermal energy development. ise cut but Seamans said he expects it will be more. The reorganization of e n e r g y r e s e a r c h p r o grams marked a major step toward the adminis- t r a t i o n ' s goal of creating a Department of Energy a n d N a t u r a l Resources t h a t would absorb t h e present Interior D e p a r t - ment. Asked if there is any chance of achieving the AEC's once-stated goal of 1.000 nuclear power plants by the year 2000, Seamans replied "This is not a realistic goal. The original projections were on the high side, but reality has forced that down." He said nuclear power development is is still a prime research goal. The top priority now is development of a synthet- i c f u e l s industry t h a t could m a k e a petroleum- like liquid and a synthetic form of n a t u r a l gas out of coal, he said. "What can you get for making a great deal withThe Dodge Boys? A check for S 300 from Dodge'.' Joe Garagiola 1 i-u-;i to ol' Jor (I. I'm uonn.i trl! vim how to make the riV'.il ni'.i li!i'i:mron thr'"nodu'Ol'tln'\Vei'k."Ki,-ht now. dunni: tin 1 l';ir rirar.mcv I'ai'nivnl ;it thr DiKbc Hoys. Ik-iv's bow: K\vr\ wivk from now t i l l Frhruury Hi. the Dixi^ IVi\.- will ;ick Olif uoiwou^ IXnl.^e a "Dcxl^r ol the \Ytrk." Could Iv a Monaco. A Pan. A Coronet. Kven a pickup or van. Now you hustle down and ninke the Dixiuo Boys izive you their deal on that Podia'. Then, lind'out now you Volliv! your check from Docke lor at !eM s-'i'ifl Hut ;here's m'.iiv. Trade in '.he riiilu car on the "IW* of the \\eek." and you iM a $100 trade-in bonu-. Tii;.t'.- a total ofSoOO.' Hul there's more to the Car (. learaiuv ( arnival t h a n "P'xLe o! liie \Vivk" deals. Throus;h Kebruarv L'S. the DocLe'iioys are olK-riiij,' other .ureat deals on a/1 '7"i ,x Dodges. They've j,-ot a lot of cars lo move. And they're sionna move 'em. .·\«/-oven il'you don't end up buying a new Dodge, you might end up driving one. Just by entering the Dodge Boys'ClearanceSweepstakes. 2 Each sweepstakes w i n n e r Umd there'll be plenty-so one could be you.) gets tree use of a brand-new Dodge for one whole year. You've got nothing to lose. You've got nothing to buy. All you gotta do is'come in for full details. 'But hurry. If you're not driving a new Dodge by the end of the Car "Clearance Carnival, it won't be the Dodge Boys' fault. 1 Soi rx only one "Dod^e of the WVt-k" deal per customer. Ket ji I custom- -' SufiV-uk,..; ,.nJs February 28. 1375 Void in ."talc? « here |nihibi!ii! in !,iu- Ojvn only to Invited drivers 1^ year;; okl or older. HJVE ELE64KT REFLECTION1 Wlffl TURKER FASHION PLATE MIRRORS · No. 4298, Massive Louis XIV Style. 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