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Friday, September 5, 197:,


Page Seven

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, at 5:00 p.m.
The ReceptoandFaurs acLiqhtiSupper and a Discussion
9 :30 a.m. Alpha Omega Class 5 p.m. Student Rec't.
14:45 a.m. Morninq Service 7 p.m. Eveninq Service
Call 761-8867 for Information and Bus Schedule
Dr, R. H. Saxe, Pastor Ken Koetsier, Campus Pastor
I am Alpha and Omeqa, the Beqinninq and the Endinq
saith the Lord, Who Is, and Was, and Is to Come
Anounces Its Weekly Meeting
(ust above the Arch)

Postal Service board paves
way fo.3-et ae nres

W A S H I N G T O N (R) -- Juune 11 in a New York
The Postal Service's board of speech.
governors took action yesterday
that will allow the Postal Ser- "N IN E TY days after fil-
vice to increase the cost ofI ing, we will implement new
mailing a letter from 10 to 13 i temporary rates," said Bailar. I
cents by December. "However, more recently, postal
The governors gave final ap- officials have said an increase,
Sproval to the present "tem- may not be imposed as soon as
porary" 10-cent rate, effective possible.
Sept. 14. That will leave the "It is a question that remains
Postal Service free to file for Ito be answered whether we
new rates, which could take ef- would want to put a rate in-
feet 90 days after the filing crease in right before Christ-
date. mas," one postal official said !
last week. '
IF THE new rates were filed "We would have to consider
Sept. 14, the new 13-cent rates how the public would react to
could possibly go. into effect as that," said the official, who de--
Searly as Dec. 15, at the height clined to be named.
S of the Christmas season. E
Postmaster General Benjamin THE governors' action came I
fBailar has said the Postal Ser- one week after the rate com-
vice would raise the rate on a mission delivered a long-antici-
temporary basis to 13 cents as gated decision clearing the way
AP Poto soon as permanent rates are for the final action on perma.-
established. nent rates.
"As soon as the permanent The commission gave its ap-.;
ed in front rates are established, we willI proval to a permanent rate
and it wasI file a new case" with the Postal 1 schedule similar to the tem-
Rate Commission, Bailar saidI porary one in effect since

March 1974.
The permnanent rates, approv-
ed by the commission and rati-
fied by the board of governors,
-Reduce the permanent rate
for first-class letters after the
first ounce from 14 cents to
nine cents.
--Reduce the postcard rate
from eight to seven cents.
--Leave unchanged the air
mail rate of 13 cents an ounce
for letters and 11 cents for
-Raise rates for newspapers
and magazines second class
three per cent.
-Leave book mail third-class
rates unchanged.
--Raise parcel fourth-class
rates by 10 per cent.
These permanent rates, once
they take effect Sept. 14, could
be increased by as muach as
one-third on' a temporary basis
by the Postal Service.
To do so, the Postal 'Service,
would have to file for the new
temporary rates with the rate

The baby with the bath water?
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