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Petroleum prices, profits inexcusable

To The Daily: I have become rather curious about the fact that no one is talking about the incredible gasoline prices.

I would like to know how the oil companies can excuse charging the public such high prices, and at the same time report record profits year after year.

If they are paying such high prices for crude oil, as they claim, then where are the profits coming from? I donít hear anything about any of our elected officials inquiring into this either. Maybe all those profits are going somewhere besides to the oil company executives.

Larry Jarrett
Town Creek

Headgear a warning that somethingís amiss

To The Daily: Regarding wearing hats, caps, hoods, etc. into sports complexes, I think it should be mandatory not to wear them in any complex, building, etc.

You would have fewer robberies because seeing someone enter a bank or other establishments with the hoods, caps or hats would alert everyone that something was going down.

Someone should invent an attachment device for the headgear and make a million.

Betty W. Jones
Decatur

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