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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NA1IOHAI FORiCAST lo 7AM ISt 30.00 PEA Audits Spur Oil Firms DEATHS To Pay Million JFedtrul Kncrg; j reported Tuesda ioil company i l.m.-A-d Oil u total million in alleged overcharges. staff was The agency said it has issued of its second round of audits. notices of possible violations, in- I volving suspected overcharges some million to another jfour companies, wlucli may 'challenge the notices. Ike Rosdail Kosdail. 79, of 4980 Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., August 21, 1974 3A Complete Wage-Price Monitor Unit Action 60 jAir Force Plane j Wreckage Found On Icy Plateau LA I'AZ, Bolivia (Al'.i The j wreckage of a U. S. air force cargo plane and the bodies of its j seven crewmen were found who also designates chairman. It is to analyze industrial irr.mly in the !le myvrd !o t'wiar legislation to re-establish :i capacity, demand and supply, to 1955. He had been employed by; wage-price monitoring agency. stek better data on which wages Kord Tractor as a farm imple-'ii y.ould have no authority loim- prices are based, to obtain Remedial Orders mint for many years. controls. :reports on wages, costs, prices As a result of the first audits ;md were The house took the final ac-'.and related matters, and to re- FKA said, it issued remedial 2q in 'fiy- alreTidy government programs !o orders to four companies by the senate. see how they may be eontribut- Ashland, Charier. Conoco and daughters. While many members of ;0 inflation. Koch barring price increases whom especially Demccra'.s.; 'Tlirousliout the council is to and requiring price rollbacks ;md exprossed skep-, improvc- over- totaling are made up. The lireakdowi ticism about the efficacy of .llld wage and without mandatory It'is authorized powers, the hearings. trude IloHairJ. Anaheim, inclination was to give ith of the Nil- firms was Trursdale; I proposal a chance. Amana, and Clenn, Nor-; The council is to have eight five grandchildren members and four advisory UN WtAiHtKfOIOCAM Mostly fair weather is expected Wednesday night. There parts of the lower Plains, Florida and the upper Mississippi valley. :0il. Inc., million, Continen- tal Oil Co., million. Charter Oil Co. of Jacksonville. Ma.. lwo great-grandchildren. members, all named by 'he is a chance of rain over (Continued Irom Page 1.) The Weather Tuesday, te and 67 Los Angeles 7945 Atlanta B3 48 Miami 87 Bl Bimarck 7152.03 Minneapolis 9070.19 Chicago 847! N. Orleans 9470 Denver 9019 New York 90 SB Duluth S319.06 Phoenix 10579 Honolulu 9076 Seattle 6451 Houslon 9580 washinglcn 8871 Extended Forecast Partly cloudy Friday and Saturday with "a chance of rain Sunday. Lows in the upper 50s and low 60s. Highs in 80s. C. R. Weather High Tuesday Low overnight Noon Wednesday E p.m. Wednesday Precipitation Total for August....... Normal for August Normal through August Total for 1974.......... Barometer, rising Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m., S at 9 m.p.h. Sun rises Thursday, sun sets. Year Ago Today High, 77 low, GO; rainfall, 0.37. Traveler's Forecast Thursday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck........PtCldy 75-54 Judge Proposes To Turn Down Twiselton Plea Linn District Judge Louis p.m. Tuesday. Short inischultz gave notice Tuesday he at 390U Richmond road b 1 of ted offici-als-s-ch as Wednesday that he is call at Turner ..........__ considering a public service 'antl eel engine in the 201) block of Third .suvel SE. i wiring NE. strewn across an icy Services; W a 1 f o r d United; high plateau two days after "hurri, Friday at plane disappeared in a storm, )nc" a Ka" by the Rev. Fred Van Ta-; A U. S. embassy spokesman milllon' Burial; Linwood ceme-j said the C-141 transport crashed Agreed Voluntarily southwest into the taller of the two; The KKA said another six Friends may Huayna-Potosi peaks moments i companies, cited for alleged west until 9 p.m before it was to land at La Pax. i overcharges, agreed voluntarily at the church uuei w this might violate the sepa- 17 miles northwest of the roll back prices totaling Friday. ralion of doctrine, Hart- tain. It was carrying 1G tons without any formal _ miinn cargo for delivery to La Pax. !order from the FKA. Anna Breicha j Bie Hint The search patrol was Four more companies were Anna Brejcha. 82, a former j i plagued by four-below-zero cold; sent "notices of probable viola-iCedar Kapids resident, died) Ford Tells Black House Members Of Job Program WASHINGTON (UPD-Presi- jdent Ford told black house church after 10 a.m.! be on the I final list because the President employment program to fight ...71 ....83 Sii None ..7.12 ..2.97 .23.16 .38.61 .30.09 Cincinnati Cleveland Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St Louis Sioux Falls PtCldy 88-E Fair 88-6 Clrng 87-G3 -Tshwrs 82-D .Cloudy 74-oi PtCldy 83-G' Tshwrs 88-6' Fair 75-5 Magistrate's Couri Speeding Rebecca Gaft- ey, route one, Marion; fined 40 and costs. Alan Dotson, 015 Second avenue SE; fined 35 and costs. Thomas Martin, ly; Gerald Bys, 2050 Glass oad NE; Phyllis Nolle, 1700 A venue, Marion; Richard Gun- 5943 First avenue SW; cramia Donova, 339 May- crry drive NW; Randy Harms, lon'ticello; Wayne Ruzek, 700 liirty-fifth street, Marion; ach fined and costs. Sa- and a stiff wind as it collected I and were given an oppor-j Tuesday night in Anna Breicha Anna Brejcha. 82, a former j The former New York govcr- Alcxandria.inor got a big hint that he was niel Lock, Springvillc; Ken- ieth Orr, Bernard; Claire Le- Srand, 1595 Country Club Irive Marion; Danny Cherit owa City; Jimmy Kempton 420 Bowling street SW; Ver- lon Eden, Iowa City; Sally Sto- iola 1519 Yuma drive NW ames Harford, 1415 Twenty- ,ixth street, Marion; David Weddle, Mt. Vernon; Marvin Buhr, 1611 Park Towne lane NE; each fined and costs. Improper turn _ Sandra lharipar. plans to dismiss a post-convic- tion redress action filed by Karl J. Twiselton unless good cause or not doing so is shown. Twiselton asked that he be granted a new trial because the sentencing judge, Robert Os- mundson, failed to tell him the mdge's daughter was married :o the son of an owner of the jharmacy the defendant was accused of breaking into. Schultz said ah the issues raised in Twiselton's suit except for that one should be handled in the appeal the defendant has filed with the Iowa supreme court. Concerning the relationship, Schultz said it did not fall within the degree set in Iowa law for disqualifying a judge from con- sidering a case. the remains of the crew Tuesday. on! (unity idures. to explain their proce-'La. The widow of Joseph Brejcha, "The" aircraft crashed against These notices, which could be j she was born Jan. 26, 1892, in ne of the peaks, the tallest, and dropped if the companies r a h a, hurtled onto the snow-swept FEA they were not violat- came to seta said an the rules, involve suspected young girl. Czechoslovakia, and Cedar Rapids as among the Ford finalists when the President telephoned him Saturday. of the U. S. military miss-ion in-overcharges totaling mil- La Paz. i lion, the agency said. Heavy snow and high winds; The FEA refused to identify had been buffeting the area for j either the companies which She was employed by Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. She lived in Cedar Rapids until moving to Louisiana in 1962. than a week. Bolivian! agreed to voluntary rollbacks She is survived by a daughter, pilots sighted the wreckage; those still under investigation. jMrs. Carl Safarik, of Deville, Monday during a brief clearing; The violations mainly and a son, Frank J. Brej- in the weather. The C-141 had come from same month that they were incurred rather than in the fol- ivolved passing through costs in ha, of Cedar Rapids. Charleston, S. C., air force base, and the embassy said the bodies would be returned there. lowing month as the FEA regu- llations specified. 1220 Auburn drive Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 5.0, rise .2 Lansing (18) 8.5 ,rise .4 Dam 9 (18) 12.4, rise .5 McGregor (18) 6.6, fall .2 Guttenberg (15) 3.9, fall .2 Dnbuque (17) 7.1, fall .2 Davenport (15) 4.4, fall .3 Keokuk (16) 3.7, fall .4 Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.8G, fa .06 Coralville Lake Pool level Wednesday ..C94.69 Birt'ns St. Luke's Aug. 17 Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Clar, Central City, a son. Aug. 21 To the families of James F. Lamb, Monticcllo, a da u g h t e r Stephen Schaf er, 1904 Western drive SW, a daughter; Victor J. Lopez, 176 Cherry Hill road NW, a daugh- ter; Rickey D. Palmer, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion, a son. Births Mercy Aiiff. 20 To the families of Michael Wilson, 3220 G ave- nue NW, a daughter; Jeff Carl- son, Mt. Vernon, a daughter. Aug. 21 To the families of Koy Booker, 208 Koines drive, Hiawatha, a daughter: Dennis SW; lined and costs. Failure to leave park _.eve Vosatka, 274 Twenty- fourth avenue SW; fined and costs. Driver's license violation Wright. 2104 North Towne place NE; lined and costs. Charles Kelley, 1175 Twenty-eighth street, Marion; David Cooper, 255 Wiley boule- NW; each fined and costs. Faulty equipment Dennis Shrim, 080 West Eighth avenue, Marion; Kirk Henton, 533 Thirty-sixth street SE; each fined S10 and costs. Accident, damage to vehicle Sharon Tcnny, 2529 First avenue SE; fined and costs. Striking unattended vehicle Kent Klein, 5640 Colorado drive SW; fined and costs. Truck route violation David Van Alst, Shellsburg; fined and costs. Traffic signal violation Robert English, 1237 Ellis boulevard NW; Robert Zahn 1112 Thirty-sixth street SE each fined and costs. Iowa Deaths Dyersville Miss Virginia Albang, 43. Kramers. Dccorah Miss Anna G Jaastad, 101. Friday at 2 a D e c o r a h Lutheran church Burial: Springwater Lutheran cemetery. Steines. Oliver Well nor, 73. Profits of Sugar Refiners Increasing os Price Soars 
                            

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