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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Thf Tfdjr e: Thurs.. July 1. Saudis Become Maverick Among World Oil Nations Hardliners That's 'lie case uitii Xe 1! Iran and No ;i the of prices. Hoth auiltitinus industriali.'aticn plans am! limited rcsenes. so they want as mil ell money as possible now This year. Saudi Arabia will take in SM liillion in nil inciune. Iran SL'II billion and Venezuela liillion. The posted price of oil for taxation purposes quadrupled las! year, liu; Saudi's Kinc r'aisal feels lha! any further increase at Ihis time could A! !hf .luiu- 1S-K OrKl in ihr of Quito. Iran and V, ,n. IV..M- pn.'fs and taxi's. OPKC's i-iiiriiiiittir had ncii rtTnnmit'iidi'il a ruiirsc. a !i pi'riTiil pi'sU'il pii'V ii'iTt'aSf alia a pt'IvtMH lax iikTi'asi1. Sniidt Arabia said no. a pnro (itYtvaM1 Mislead. "UY UIY not !o tvpt a price iiHTi'asr or a tax inrrcase." said Saudi Oil Minish'r Shi'ik Ahuu'd 7aki Yumani. a Harvard Compromised Fared will] Saudi Arabia's oiipusititin. utlier 11 OPKl readied a mm- premise In avnid a rupture in OPKC. up to then a highly siKYesstu! The final division ealled for a continued price fur (he third quarter o[ the raupk'il with a Iwu percent increase in royalty They'll Do It Every Time EPSOM DOESN'T MAKE HOUSE CALLS- OUST KEEP TAKING THE MEPICIME- SEE VOU NEXT WEEK. NURSE WILL GIVE APPOI NTMENT T WHAT ABOUT THAT IN HIS CAR WHEM HE PARKS IT? PHIUP HORO WESTPORT, CONM. Hut its nup. way. i! raiM1 prices as as laxes rfhvuw .luh 1 although Arabia also ai !ed umlaU'ralh (HI tilt1 iHhtT Mill' iH" lilt' sptV- Innn. det eu-n in anvp! the royalty im-reaM1 agreed !u In lilt1 nihcrs. "Sainii a i-onscit'tu't' umu'ct's- >ary pnct' IIHTIMM-S, aiul ur .ipI'ri'ciaU1 its pusttnui." I'D iiU'inln-r ut" tilt1 i saul in IJuito. Saudi rxpuns j iiullinn liarrt'ls daily, an i ailinlllU rUliUl lu I'. S. !ina, whilo Iran exports six inilliun liarrt'ls and tho nuiin siuii'i-e ut' I'. S. iin- j thrtT million liarrt'ls. Tin1 Shah of Iran, oiur tht1 Persian most j nmrtt'd by ilu- I'. S., lias way to Kinij Faisai. Tht1 shah rallod "irresponsible and nvkless" by then oil William Simon in Kebrnary when hr implied the I'. S. .unvernment was hood- uinked by the (til companies. Rewarded for Finding PKK1X. 111. (AP) Burl Welch found a money bax on a Pekin street a while hack and tiiuk it straight to the First State Bank uf Pekin without opening it. Inside was At the time. Welch was unemployed and trying to negotiate a loan to open a used car dealership. The money belonged to ,Ioe MurraiV, operator of a shoe store. He said he momentarily put the store's receipts on top of his car's trunk and drove off. forgetting about it. On Wednesday. Welch received a reward and a gift eertificate. 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