Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 17, 1975 · Page 32
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 32

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 17, 1975
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-- August IT, 1975 Sunday Gazette-Mail " ' /·*.*«· !AC%-I« A«*.* Vrrt?n_a Winner Cadet Betty S. Adkins of West Virginia Tech has been awarded a three-year Reserve Officers Training'Corps iROTC) scholarship. Miss Adkins is the daughter of Mrs. Leona Bosley of Packsville. She will receive full tuition, books, all classroom supplies and equipment, all fees except dormitory, and S100 per month for her remaining years in college. TURKEY 17. S. Services Are Terminated ANKARA. Turkey (AP)-Turkey has closed down post exchanges on American military bases, and has given one month's notice to halt package mail under the Army Post Office system, an American military source said Saturday. He said American officers clubs also were ordered closed. The source said only the PX at Incirlik airbase. in southeast Turkey, remained opened. Incirlik was exempted in a Turkish government decision last month suspending operations of American military installations and placing them under Turkish command. TYA Plans 10th Power Rate Hike KNOXV1LLE. Tenn. ( A P I - O n e day] this week, the Tennessee Valley Authority! will announce another boost in its power rates--the 10th since it tied its rate structure to fuel costs in August 1974. Chairman Aubrey J. Wagner says there is no mystery why TV A rates have gone up from $17.18 per 1.000-kilowatt hours of electricity last August to the current ?24.88. The reason, he adds, "stands out like Jimmy Durante's nose on a vaudeville stage: Coal prices have more than quadrupled in the past five years." TVA attributes $4.37 of the over-all $7.70 increase to coal costs, $2.23 to power purchased from other utilities and $1.10 to the general rate adjustment last January. The authority produces 75 per cent of its electricity from coal. And when coal prices began skyrocketing early last year, the TVA board adopted the monthly rate adjustments to refelct fuel cost changes. TVA power is distributed in most of Tennessee and parts of six surrounding states. TVA says the average cost of fuel burned in its coal-fired generating plants has shot up from $4.73 a ton in 1970 to more than $18 a ton this June. A year ago the average was about $9 a ton. "Two-thirds of our rate increases in the last five years have been due to the cost of purchasing fuel. The other third is infla- .'tion." Wagner says. Peron Funds Transfer Probe Eyed , , BUENOS AIRES, Argentina !*. --Thel Argentine congress is expectedi ; to probe I ' press reports that President Isabel Peron transferred $1 million from a charitable agency's bank account to her late hus- ' band's estate, congressional sources said | ; Saturday; ' Members of the largest opposition par-1 . ty, the Centrist Radical Civic party, are ·* considering calling a special session of [ congress this week to question the newly appointed interior minister, (JoL Vicente! ; Damasco, about the reports, the sources ] ? said. DEPARTMENT STORE THE TURKISH move came after the House of Representatives refused to ease an arms embargo against Turkey in effect since last February because of Turkey's invasion of Cyprus. The source'said APO mail would not be allowed to come in after Sept. 15. He said base commissary shops selling American foodstuffs were not ordered closed but were no longer receiving supplies. "Which amounts to a closure." the source said. The source said relations between the Turkish units OQ the bases and the American personnel, numbering about 7.000, were still cordial. SHOP LLOYD'S MOHDAY AND FRIDAY NITES TILL 9P.M. ·^--·-- · ·· · f ~* LAY-AWAY SALE] GIRLS' WINTER COATS OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF NEW 14.90 COATS ...CHOOSE FROM QUILT LINED DENIM, LUSH PILE AND QUILTED NYLON CIRE! SINGLE AND DOUBLE BREASTED STYLES. MANY TRIMMED AND HOODED. SIZES 7 TO 14 REG.'1.50 If PERFECT. 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Peronist legislators who make up the majority in congress would not comment on the possibility of a congressional investigation. According to the newspaper La Prensa. Mrs. Peron signed the check July 23 drawn againsUhe account of the Justicialist Solidarity' Crusade for transfer to the estate of Juan D. Peron. of which Mrs. Peron is the sole heir. The press accounts said Mrs. Peron lat- ~er "annulled" the transaction. The Solidarity Crusade, headed by Mrs. Peron. was founded in 1973 to channel donations from companies and labor unions to the poor. . Nixon Papers Appraiser Is Indicted CHICAGO (AP) - The president of the Chicago Public Library Board has been indicted on charges of lying to Internal Revenue Service agents in connection with former President Richard M. Nixon's historical papers. Ralph J. Newman, a literary appraiser and Lincoln scholar, was hired by Nixon to appraise papers that the former president was donating to the U. S. Archives. 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