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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., Feb. 27, 1954 Nixon Budget Lisfs More For Iowa, but How Much? By Charles Roberts DES MOINES (AP) Iowa would get 10 percent more fed- eral money in fiscal 1975 than allocated this year if congress approves President Nixon's states next year under a block grant concept. Smith explained that all monies for general ca- tegories such as transportation, education, manpower, and com- munity development would be lumped together into single alto- Theft Charge Told on Broker In Gas Scheme TRENTON, N. J. (AP) gasoline broker who offered to sell New Jersey dealers more than a million gallons of fuel week for a year was indict- ed last month on charges of gas- oline theft, the state attorney budget proposal, cations under those headings. general's office has disclosed. The block grant idea is A spokesman for the attorney 'verv billion the government has estimated. But federal representatives who met in Des Moines with state and city officials Tuesday were unable to say either how much money fowa will get in 1975, or how much the state got this year. "We can Identify billion for Iowa from nine federal agencies" for fiscal 1975, said Elmer Smith, Kansas City, re gional director of the Depart- ment of Housing and Urban Development. But that is not the entir amount, he stressed. President Nixon's bi lion asking is up from the fisca 1974 budget of ?274 billion. Max Milo Mills, the forme Iowa state senator who is re gional director of the Depart ment of Health, Education anc Welfare, believes Iowa will be "getting back its fair share" c money its residents paid i: taxes. But Mills could not sa; precisely what that share is. But Robert Tyson, director o the Iowa Office For Planning and Programming, disagrees. He said in an interview tha commented Tyson. "It places great re- sponsibility on the state and local officials who receive it. Block grants would be essen tially revenue slinring, Mills ex plained. Iowa is affluent and has always been a "donor" state. "It is a prosperous state that has paic in more than it got Tyson said. "We surely don'l get back as much as we put in." The state receives consider- ably more money under some federal programs than under others, Mills explained. Although Iowa ranks 25th in population among the 50 states, Mills said it is fourth in funding of agriculture programs. By the same token, Iowa probably "does not get a dollar" of money allocated to U.S. coast guard programs, for instance, Mills said. The Nixon administration wants to dole out money to the Report Pioneer Space Craft Still Functions MOUNTAIN VIEW (AP) Scientists report the unmanned spacecrafts Pioneer 10 and Pio- neer 11 are still functioning properly on their journeys through unexplored space. Pioneer 10 now is 567 million miles from earth the farthest distance traveled by a man- made object, the National Aeronautics and Space Adminis- Tation said Monday. The craft soared past Jupiter last De- cember and beamed back valu- able pictures and new data about the giant planet. NASA said Pioneer 11 is :hreading its way through the Asteroid Belt for a Dec. 5 ren- dezvous with Jupiter. Traveling at miles per hour, the spacecraft is now 410 million general identified the broker its Ernest Saldutli of Cherry Hill, N. J. He said Saldulli was one of three men indicted Jan. 3 with three olher men on charges of stealing several thou- sand gallons of gasoline from Hoss Oil Co. terminal in Penn- sauken, N. J., last August. The disclosure came shortly after a news conference at which Saldutti another jroker, Raymond Brault of Mis- soiila, Mont., said they could >rovido 1.3 million gallons of ;asolino per week at a price miles from earth. hat would push the retail cost o 66.8 cents per gallon. Saldutli and Brault said the gasoline would come from a oreign refinery which they vould not identify while the ne- ;otiations were in progresss. Tho plan was sponsored by ;tate Sens. Frank J. Dodd o'fi Ssses and Raymond J. Zane of j lloucester, both Democrat liey said the disclosure of Sa utti's indictment was emba assing, but added they won ontinue to push the plan. Governor Brendan Byrne d lounced the plan and said ould jeopardize the state's fei oral gasoline allocations. State Medal Okayed for Bicentennial DES MOINES (AP) The Iowa American Revolution lii-, centennial commission has de-i cided to ask the Franklin mint to strike slate commora- live medals. The medals will be part Iowa's coniribulion to the 2001 inniversary of the America devolution. The larger amount medals will be cast in bronze and will be silver. Potshot at Shah May Hurt Simon September Sale The commission does not plai lo offer the medals for sale unti September. But members sail Tuesday that it would be well to act now to head off any more increases in the price of silver which would be reflected in re ail prices for the medals. Still to be set is the price (In. state will ask lowans to pay foi he said medals. The commission it understood the bronze OKJnj FMIUM Inc., 1974. Wotld riit.1. But if I can't be promoted to Office Manager, don t let-Dawson have the promotion, Open Thursday 9 a.m. 'til 9 p.m! WHILE STOCK LASTS! Reg. Model HUD 600 95 Reg. fo Men's 17-Jewel Swiss Wrist Watches Includes calendar, waterproof and dress style model 00 ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE Was NOW Special grouping of Men's Billfolds. From to Wesfclox lighted dial Alarm Clock. 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The commission said it had 212 more than that amount to pend on the project. Officials were considering the dea of offering the silver nedals for sale on a subscrip- ion basis in which customers rauld pay in advance after he first copies are sold. GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS Foi News, Sports, Bookkeeping, Geneiol Inlor molion and Ollices Mot Listed Bslow Circulation-Subscription Oept.......398-8333 Mon. thru Sot. 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays UntillZNoon Holidays 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Want Ads........................398-8J34 Mon. thru Fri. 8a.m. to 5p.m. Saturday until 12 Kaon Display Advertising................398-8222 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Marion Offica ..398-8430 By K. Gregory Mokes WASHINGTON (AP) Fed oral Energy Chief William Sim on may have hurt his chances o being named next secretary o the treasury when he ciilicaei statements by the Shah of Iran, well-placed sources say. Simon, who also is deputy sec- retary of the treasury, lias been considered one of two leading candidates to succeed Treasury Secretary Shultz. But treasury sources who have been friendly to the idea of Simon becoming the next secretary say he made a major mistake, on Monday when he denounced as "irresponsible and reckless" statements by the Shah of Iran. The remark by Ihe shah that aroused Simon's re that the U.S. is import- ing as much oil now as before ihe Arab oil boycott. Close Friend The criticism of the shah had mtential for considerable em- larrassmcnt for the U.S., be- cause the shah has been a close riend and Iran has continued as major supplier of U.S. oil dur- ing the oil embargo by the Arab countries. Nixon felt obliged to contra- dict Simon at his hews confer- ence Monday night, saying ''I would not say that the shah was irresponsible and reckless." He said the Iranian leader prob- ably was using different figures than Simon's office. However, Ihe prime minister ol Iran said Tuesday the shah's information came mainly from U.S. sources, including' Simon limself. Simon "m u s I be talking lu'ough his said Prime Minister Amir Abass lloveida, n an interview. A top Simon aide, Gerald Par- sky, said Simon stands by his itatement regarding the shah's remarks. He said there was the suggestion in what the sliah had :aid that petroleum was being muggled into Ihe U.S. "Not Personal" That idea, Parsky said, is what Simon referred to as be- ing reckless and irresponsible. "It was not meant to be a per- sonal affront lo Ihe lie said. Nevertheless, treasury Simon state- lack of tact that many sources said the mcnt "showed a and diplomacy. "Yve don't Jiave friends in the world Dial we can afford lo insult a good friem! like the one source said. 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