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October 12, 1977

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

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,. 12— The Ptuunv-Trtbune, Logaiuport. Ind, OH. Co. Told To Refund Money To U.S. Treasury WASHINGTON lUPIi - The federal government, (or (tie first time, has ordered on oil company accused of overcharges to refund the money to the U.S. Treasury instead of returning it lo consumers through lower prices. The Energy Department. turning down an appeal filed by Getty Oil Co.. ruled Tuesday the firm must pay (ho government more Ihnn SH5 million to offset alleged illegal overcharges. A department spoki-snuiii said the Treasury-payment was ordered because "il appears to Elderly Man Dies Of Injuries INDIANAPOLIS (UPli Chester Parsons. 9(i, died Tuesday in an Indianapolis hospital from injuries sustained Sept. 23 when ho was run over by a tractor on his farm near Avon in Hendricks County. Parsons was a former township trustee - and once served on the llcndricks County Council. Saddles Stolen From Barn ROCHESTER - Saddles- valued at over SUM) were reported stolen from ;i Fullon County barn. C. L. Stone reported to county police a! 4 p.m. Tuesday that the five Western saddles and one English saddle had been taken from his barn at ill. 5. Rochester, sometime Tuesday. The Western saddles were valued at $100, English saddle, $100; and two saddle pads. $20.. Total value of the theft was $1.120. he administratively unfeasible to identify the people to whom restitution should be made." Getty officials denied any violation of federal oil price rules. "The decision by tnc Department of Energy is the result of n government agency continuing to misinterpret its own regulations." a Getty .spokesman said. "Getty has not violated the law. and it intends to sue in federal court lo challenge the DDK's decision and order." An Energy Department spokesman said Getty owes the government $84.K! million in overcharges plus interest totaling perhaps several million dollars. He said the full interest, based on a complex formula, has not been calculated because it will depend in part on when Getty makes its payments. The spokesman said the new department's Energy Regulatory Administration, which replaced the Federal Energy Administration Oct. 1 in regulating oil prices, ruled that Getty in effect collected high foreign oil prices for low-cost "Old" domestic crude oil. ••They exchanged old oil to Sohio in the United States, in return for which Sohio supplied Getty's Japanese affiliate with ihigh priced) Persian Gulf oil." the spokesman said. He said the transactions, averaging 25.0tHi barrels a day. look place between October I MTU and January 197fi. All the oil received by Getty's Japanese affiliate, the Mitsubishi Oil Co.. was refined and sold to consumers in Japan. I he spokesman said. Getty never reported to the government owning the old. price-controlled oil it provided lo Sohio. the spokesman said. He said Getty made a profit of about $'i per barrel in the exchange arrangement I hat it would not otherwise have made.. Wednesday. October «, vat Scouts Conduct Outdoor Contests Near Kewanna Higher Education ' Three-year-old Becky Thompson wonders just what "higher education" is all about as she waits (or her mother in Lovejoy Library at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. Stacks of books are being selected for the Used Book Fair. Becky's mother, Mrs. Glen Thompson, is a nursing student at the university. (UPI) KEWANNA — The I'/.aak Walton League Boy Scout Troop 221 sponsored an outdoor event. It was hosted by Kewanna Scout Troop 251 at the Fred Luchnow farm, southwest of Kewanna. The competition at the event included trail signs," walking a trail by using signs, following a map and compass plan, naming different kinds of trees, naming different kinds of animals and naming different kinds of leaves. Each phase of the competition had a certain number of points for the patrol to try and achieve. The first place trophy was earned by the Kewanna Scout troop, while the second place trophy went to the Izaak Walton troop. The third place patrol from the Kewanna troop received a ribbon. All of the Scouts received a ribbon for participating Participating in the outing from troop 221 were Buford Ellison, scoutmaster; Fred SI. John, commilteeman: and Scouts Steve St. John, Perry Coffman and Steve Todd. . Troop 251 participants included Dave Rinebarger, Scoutmaster: Kim Jones, assistant leader: Kevin Jones,-.; Andy Rude, Tom Rude, Doug .Luchnow, Charlie . Hen- ~derickson. Bill Plummer, Tim Mikesell, Mike Rice and Dale Green, Scouts; and Dan Burns, guesl. Troop 221 is planning a father and son banquet for which troop 251 is invited. It will be held Oct. 22 at 5:;iO p.m. at the Izaak Walton League. YOUK (5) SUPER-MARKET WOULD YOU BELIEVE? LAST YEAR CARRICO SOLD OVER 750 La-Z-Boy CHAIRS! Carrico has the largest selection of La-Z-Boy Recliners—Wpll-Away and Swivel Rockers in Northern Indiana and at affordable prices you'll appreciate. FURNITURE CARPET BEDDING Ph. 753-5128 Looking for Style plus Comfort in o Sweater? Choose from Pull-overs in Crew Necks or V-Necks ... . Collar styles that button part way or all the way down— or shawl collars in wraparound . . .solids-fancies- ski looks . . .YOU NAtyE IT ... WE'VE QOT'EM... AND PRICED RIGHT, TOO! L from TO NovelistMacKinlayKantorDies SARASOTA. Fla. lUPli Novelist 'MacKinlay K;inlor. (amous for his historical works about the Civil War. died, in a convalescent home Tuestfay of liearl disease. He was 7;i. Kantor — who sold his first short story when he was I" — became one of America's most prolific writers, compiling 32 novels as well as hundreds of short stories, magazine articles and poems. As a war correspondent in World War II his descriptions o( the air war in Europe became classics in their own time. "Andersonville." published in 1956. won Kantor Pulitzer Prize recognition (or his account of treatment of Yankee prisoners, in the infamous Andersonville iGa.) Confederate prison camp where thousands of Union 'soldiers died in squalor. Kantor grew up in Webster City, Iowa, where he was born Feb. 4. "1904. He got his start in writing when his, mother •became editor of the Webster City daily newspaper in the early 1920s, In 1925 Kantor went to Chicago where he worked at a variety of jobs while writing for a Chicago Tribune column. There he was married to Irene Laync. a young commercial artist, anil moved to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, briefly where he worked on tiie daily newspaper, The Republican. Moving back to Webster .City, Kantor published "Divcrsey" in 1927, but it was not until 1934 thai "Long Remember" received financial as well as critical success. ;,. Kantor's poem -Glory for Me"' was made into the award-winning movie, "The P.fst Voars of Our Lives " Other Kantor works include -Gentle Annie" UW2i. "Happy Land" (1943). "The Romanceof Rosy Ridge" 11937), "The Noise of Their Wings" (19381. "Cuba Libra" (1940), "MidniRht Lackc" (1943). "FROM THE DEPTHS OF THE SEA- FRIDAY NIGHT SEAFOOD SPECIALS Seafood en Crepes Supreme Broiled Nova Scotia Sole, Sauce Morriay $ 4.95 THURSDAY NITE SPECIAL .Chicken Tetrazinni en cassarole Salad Bar Included '3:50 U.S. 24 E. Logansport 753-6351 CHRISTMAS CLUB...... 50th and Final Payment Is Due October 19th...! 5Qth PAYMENT MUST BE MADE TO RECEIVE YOUR FREE 51 st PAYMENT! THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS STATE «ANK OF LOGANSPORT, INDIANA /•~^\ 4 LOCATIONS /A FULL\ MAIN of **t* (DOWNTOWN) (SERVICE BANK* DOWNTOWN DRIVE-IN EASTGATE OFFICE WEST SIDE DRIVE-IN EV* ATOWUH- I"""** tottOOOO FDIC «»«»'0ti help.ing,yqu change rhings for the-better «K E. BROADWAY LOGANSPORT, IND. 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