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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NAllONAt WI Aim* SI BVIC* IOMCAS1 to 7AM til  30.00    /  R- 25 - AA 30.00 30.12  DEATHS  FEA Audits Spur Oil Firms To Pay Back $103 Million  WASHINGTON (AP) — The The actions were taken during    ,     }     _  Federal Energy Administration the first six-month study of oil Kessler road NW, died tuesday reported Tuesday its auditing of c o rn p a n y operations, which  m a (c dar Rapids hospital.  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., August 21, 1974    3A  Ike Rosdail  Rosdail, 79,  of 4980  Complete    W  Monitor Unit Action  company  operations  companies  has tended last .June 30, by the FEA  1,0 was  k° rn  Nov.  20 »  at i WASHINGTON JAP) - President, who also designates to refinery audit review program. Norway, and lived most of his Congress tuesday completed ac- the chairman  oil  caused IO oil -----,---------------------,------------ r -~o—..... ,    ,     lf   repay a total of some $103.7 FEA said the 90-member field  in  Norway Walford area. million in alleged overcharges, staff was currently in the midst     movc d lo Cedar Rapids in  The agency said it has issued of its second round of audits, notices of possible violations, in-;    Remedial Orders  1945. He had been employed by  tion on President Ford’s request for legislation to re-establish a wage-price monitoring agency  Ford Tractor as a farm imple-; it would have no authority to im-  volving suspected overcharges As a result of the first audits,, [ T . 1< nt S ; ll VA r  | ?/i n    (XJ , ntrols \    .  of some $90.7 million to another FEA said, it issued remedial  H{ ;  an( \ ^  1  V    Velar! t ■  four companies, which may; or( j ers  to four companies — rriarried Sept. 29, 1915, in < tion, 369-27. The bill ha  comp  Ashland, Charter, Conoco Koch — barring price increases i and requiring price rollbacks land other steps until overcharges totaling $58.2 million are made up.  The breakdown of amounts jfor each of the four firms was as follows: Ashland  It is to analyze industrial capacity, demand and supply, to seek better data on which wages and prices are based, to obtain | reports on wages, costs, prices final ac- and related matters, and to re-had already view government programs to and    passed toy the senate.     1     see how they may be contribut-  Surviving are two daughters,! While many members ofimg :to inflation.  Rosdail, with whom he congress, especially Democrats, j Throuehnut the council is to  have    publicly    expressed    skcp-  cncoura *e productivity  improve .  ticism    about    the    efficacy    of    an j mcn ^  anc j  encoura g e  wage and  agency without mandatory con-jp r j ee  restraint. It is authorized trol powers, the overwhelming;  con( j uc t public hearings.  inclination was to give the j__  proposal a chance.    J    t 11 DI    I  The council is to have eight rOrd I 61 IS bl cl CK  UM WI At MI t I OI OC    $  Mostly fair weather is expected Wednesday night. There is a chance of rain over parts of tho lower Plains, Florida and the upper Mississippi valley.  challenge the notices.  Air Force Plane Wreckage Found On Icy Plateau  LA PAZ, Bolivia (AB) - The wreckage of a U. S. air force !JP 0 J    n*  r  r   1  cargo plane and the bodies of its ,'    /    ^    .?. n ’    ?!! :m ? n 1 way; five grandchildren and Tull members and four advisory   found  tai Oil Co., $11 million, Charter LJ/  Joyce  ■ made his home, and Hope Kol-sto, Atkins; two sons, Erick, {Fairfax, and Merle “Bud’’, Cedar Rapids; a sister, Gertrude Holland, Anaheim, Calif.; three brothers, Roy, Truesdale; Jacob, Amana, and Glenn, Nor  th! Co. of Jacksonville, Fla  of Wichita, Kan  I two great-grandchildren.    i    members,    all    named by the  Services: Walford United|  Indus*‘Methodist church Friday at 1:30 * p.m. by the Rev. Fred Van Ta-  jtenhove. Burial: Linwood ceme-| (Continued lrom Page I.) tcry southwest of Walford.  ■Secret'  —Daily Record—  elected officials such as con  The Weather  High temperatures Tuesday, low temperatures overnight and inches cf precipitation.  Anchorage    67 45    Los Angeles    7? AS  Atlanta    83 68    Miami    87    St  Bismarck    71 52 .03    Minneapolis    90 70 .19  Chicago    86 72    N. Orleans    94 70  Denver    90 49    New York    90 68  Duluth    82    69.06    Phoenix    105 79  Honolulu    90 76    Seattle    64 SI  Houston    95 80    Washington    88 71  rd engine in the 200 block of Third street SE.  6:47 p.m. Tuesday. Short in wiring at 3909 Richmond road NE. .  Magistrate's Court Speeding — Rebecca Gaff-  sevcn crewmen were strewn across an icy 20,000-foot-1 high plateau two days after the . plane disappeared in a storm. | I®?’  nc  A U. S. embassy spokesman  mi 10n ‘ said the C-141 transport crashed    Agreed Voluntarily  into the taller of the two The FEA said another six Friends may call at Turner.    mipht    nn    thp  Huayna-Potosi peaks moments companies, cited    for    alleged    west until 9 p.m. Thursday, and: _    because    tho President  before it was to land at La Paz, overcharges, agreed voluntarily at the church after IO a.m    '  17 miles northwest of the mourn to roll back prices totaling $45.5 Friday.    '     ration    of    powers     doctrine,    Hart-  tain. It was carrying 16 tons of million, without    any    formal      mann    said  cargo for delivery to La Paz. order from the FEA.    Anna    Brejcha  The search patrol    was    Four more companies were Anna Brejcha, 82, a former  plagued by four-below-zero cold sent “notices of probable viola-}Cedar Rapids resident, died  night in Alexandria,  Judge Proposes To Turn Down Twiselton Plea  Linn District Judge Louis  Schultz gave notice Tuesday    hei     anc j  a s yff  w j nc i     as     collected    It ion,” and were given an    oppor-!    Tuesday  plans to dismiss a post-convic-    the remains of    the    crew on    tunity to explain their    proce-    La.  tion redress action filed by Karl I Tuesday.    idures.    I    The widow of Joseph Brejcha,  J. Twiselton unless good cause “The aircraft crashed against These notices, which could be she was born Jan. 26, 1892. in p j, I ney, route one, Marion; fined I f or  not doing so is shown.    lone of the peaks, the tallest, and dropped if the companies con- p  r  a h a, Czechoslovakia, and   1 ar  • $40 and costs. Alan Dotson, Twiselton asked that he    be     hurtled onto the     snow-swept me-    vince FEA they were not    violat-    came    to    Cedar Rapids as a  -    seta (plateau),”    said    an officer    ing the rules, involve suspected    young    girl.  $90.7 mil-! She was employed by Iowa FHectric Light and Power Co.  Extended Forecast  cloudy Friday and Saturday,3015 Second avenue SE: fined with a chance of rain Sunday. $35 and costs. Thomas Martin, Lows; rnthe upper 50s and low j Ely,    «•,  60s. Highs in 80s.    avenue, Marion; Richard Gun-  Isalvs, 5943 First avenue SW; Jeramia Donova, 339 May-86 berry drive NW; Randy Harms, 71 Monticello; Wayne Ruzek, 700 go Thirty-fifth street, Marion;  86  C. R. Weather  High Tuesday ......  Low overnight .....  Noon Wednesday .....  2 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, 6:21; sun sets, 7:57.  Year Ago Today — High, 77; low', 60: rainfall. 0.37.  Traveler's Forecast  Thursday  Weather, Hi-Lo  None  2.97  23.16  38.61  30.09  78%.  Bismarck.....  Chicago......  Cincinnati . Cleveland Des Moines . . Detroit  Indianapolis .. Kansas City .. Milwaukee . Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha St. Louis Sioux Falls  PtCldy 75-54 Tshwrs 85-61 PtCldv 89-68 PtCldy 88-65 PtCldv 79-59 PtCldv 87-65 ... Fair 88-66 . Clrng 87-63 Tshwrs 82-57 Cloudy 74-53 PtCldv 83-60 Tshwrs 88-66 Fair 75-56  Mississippi Staqes  (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 (151 3.9, fall .2 Dubuque (17) 7.1, fall .2 Davenport (15) 4.4, fall .3 Keokuk (16) 3.7, fall 4  C edar at C R. (13) 3.86. fall  each fined $30 and costs. Samuel Lock, Springville: Kenneth Orr, Bernard; Claire Le-7 12 j Grand, 1595 Country Club drive, Marion; Danny Cherif, Iowa City; Jimmy Kempton, 4420 Bowling street SW; Vernon Eden. Iowa City; Sally Sto-dola, 1519 Yuma drive NW; James Harford, 1415 Twenty-sixth street, Marion; David Weddle, Mt. Vernon; Marvin Buhr, 1611 Park Towne lane NE; each fined $20 and costs.  Improper turn — Sandra! Charipar. 1220 Auburn drive SW; fined $30 and costs.  Failure to leave park — Steve Vosatka, 274 Twenty-fourth avenue SW; fined $10 and costs.  Driver's license violation — Larry Wright. 2104 North Towne place NE; fined $20 and costs. Charles Kelley, 1175 Twentv-eighth street, Marion; David Cooper, 255 Wiley boulevard NW; each fined $10 and costs.  Faulty equipment — Dennis Shrim. 680 West Eighth avenue, Marion:    Kirk Henton, 533  Thirty-sixth street SE; each fined SIO and costs.  Accident, damage to vehicle  — Sharon Tenny, 2529 First avenue SE; fined $10 and costs.  Striking unattended vehicle  — Kent Klein, 5640 Colorado drive SW T ; fined $10 and costs.  Truck route violation — David Van Alst. Shellsburg; fined $10 and costs.  Traffic signal violation — Robert English, 1237 Ellis boulevard NW; Robert Zahn. 1112 Thirty-sixth street SE; each fined $15 and costs.  granted a new trial became the sentencing judge, Robert Os-mundson. failed to tell him the judge’s daughter was married to the son of pharmacy the defendant was accused of breaking into.  Schultz said all the issues raised in Twiselton’s suit except for that one should be handled in  of the U. S. military mission in overcharges totaling La Paz.    lion, the agency said.  Big Hint  The former New York governor got a big hint that he was among the Ford finalists when the President telephoned Saturday.  They discussed a tipster's allegation that there were docu-m e n t s linking Rockefeller money to dirty tricks at the 1972 Democratic national convention.  terHorst, contended later that  Heavy snow and high winds The FEA refused to identify ! She lived in Cedar Rapids until j p or d’ s  press secretary, Jerald an owner" of "the I ^  1)600 t)U ^ etin 6  area  for either the companies which moving to Louisiana in 1962.  more than a week. Bolivian agreed to voluntary rollbacks or She is survived by a daughter,  | pilots sighted the wreckage those still under investigation. Mrs. Carl Safarik, of Deville,  Monday during a brief clearing The violations mainly in- La., and a son, Frank J. Brej-| in the weather.    volved passing through costs in cha, of Cedar Rapids.  , The C-141 had come from the the same month that they were Burial will be in Alexandria  House Members Of Job Program  WASHINGTON (UPI>—Prcsi-j dent Ford told black house j members Wednesday that he is considering a public service employment program to fight unemployment of blacks in major cities, a leader of the {group said.  Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N. Y.), head of the Black Caucus, told reporters the members were pleased to find that Ford “recognizes that our concerns him,are his concerns.”  Ford met with the group in a gesture aimed at improving relations. The caucus was at odds with former President Nixon and all but one voted against Ford’s nomination to be vice-president last year.  Rangel said Ford promised to  “right-wing extremists’ had appoint an assistant who would planted the allegation to try to serve as a link between their  discredit Rockefeller Ford did not tell Rockefeller that he was the choice. But  the 'anneal "defendant"hasl Charleston ’ s -  C - air force base, incurred rather than in the fol- Friday. Funeral arrangements^  ar (ma n n sajd that FonJ  PP 6     _    I     anc |    the    embassy    said    the    bodies    lowing    month    as    the    FEA    regu-    ar*    hv  filed with the Iowa supreme court.  Concerning the relationship, Schultz said it did not fall within j the degree set in Iowa law for; disqualifying a judge from con-! sidering a case.  would be returned there.  lations specified.  are by Rush's funeral home in Alexandria.  Council Okays School Speed Enforcement  Profits of Sugar Refiners Increasing as Price So ors  enforcement of . 25 mph speed limits in school zones only during school hours was adopted at the Cedar Rapids city council meeting Wednesday.  The ordinance provides for enforcement of the limit between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. It was suggested by the ad hoc school crossing safety committee, which felt more respect could be created for the law if it was enforced only when necessary.  The ordinance makes one other change, lowering from 45 mph to 35 mph the speed limit on Sixth street SW between Twenty.seventh avenue and Thirty-third avenue. .  Memphis, Mc.    ,    worski    for    any Watergate taint,  member of the Friends church| UQrfmQ „ n rn > 11Cfirl   at Marshalltown and was with  NEW YORK (AP) — The prof-poor crops in Western Europe its of sugar refiners have {and the U. S. this year have jumped to record levels    while {aggravated the world supply  the price of sugar in the super-and sent prices sharply higher.  An ordinance providing for  mar fc e t bas soared in a    year    “In recent months,    prices  from 79 cents to $2 for a    five-    have been sent further    up by  pound bag.    ! persistent buying of available  Refiners say crop failures in supplies by the dollar-rich Arab recent years have stimulated countries, and also by infla-world bidding for the scarce| tion,” the Amstar spokesman commodity. And the United said.  States, which imports more    “Better    Returns”  than one half of its sugar    from.    “We’re also    getting far    better j    ters,    Oma    Jean    Davis, Ashe  Latin America, the Philippines |     re t urns  since    the end of    price    boro,    ^ q     an( j    Miriam Cohen,  and other foreign sources, is    in J controls, though we do not feel  the Competition.    1 0 ur profits now are excessive.”  They also say the tight suppl> j Analysts say sugar refining situation has given them the op-1 ^ as  traditionally been a mar-portumty to raise their Pr°M{gi na Uy profitable business, margins on the once-abundant but low-profit item.  ‘‘asked numerous questions which might very well have ~~    . {aroused the governor’s suspi-  J. Raymond Winslow Lj on  be  was one 0 f final.  J. Raymond Winslow, 75, of I i s t s .”  1516    D    avenue    NE, a Cedar    ^ Monday, Ford addressed  Rapids resident 32 years arj  a  the Veterans of Foreign Wars in| s ^ e sa ‘ d -retired    salesman    for    ea si    chicago but before leaving  Washington he gave “five or six names” to White House counsel Philip Buchen to check with special prosecutor Leon Ja-  group and the White House.  “The President has advised us that not only is his door open to us but more importantly that each of us can call him,” said Rangel.  Rep. Barbara Jordan (D-Texas) was more cautious. “The nature of the meeting was let’s talk to each other. That we did,”  Co., died Tuesday.  He was bom Feb. 21, 1899. at Union, and was married to Lucille Porter Nov. 21, 1942, at  Hartmann refused    to identify  ,    ‘‘    I others on    the semi-final list,  the    Friends    service    in    reconstruction in France following    Decided    Monday  World war I.    j    Ford    decided    after    a    party  Surviving    in    addition    to    his    Monday    night in    the White  wife are a son, D. Edwin Winslow, Bethesda, Md.; two daugh-  First National City Bank's annual survey of corporate profits I listed sugar refiners fourth from  House to name Rockefeller. Be fore retiring for the night he told White House chief of staff Alexander Haig to telephone Corvallis, Ore.: a s t e p s o n,; ft oc k e f e u e r with the news and Lorin Butters, Omaha; a sister,L e jj  b j m  ^ j n  Q va j office Clemma Hamler, Melbourne, | by 1Q a m  x ueS( jay.  .06  Coralville Lake  pool level Wednesday . 694.69  Births — St. Luke s  Aug. 17 Mr. and Mrs Rob-  Complete Recovery  LAR CORUNA, Spain (AP) -Gen. Francisco Franco has so  Decorah Lutheran church.  Burial: Springwater Lutheran 101 " - sa . vs  cemetery. Stcines. .    I  Hazleton—Mrs. Oliver Wcll-ner, 73. Hintz’.  Read the Want Ads  Iowa Deaths  Dyersville — Miss Virginia I completely recovered from  Albang, 43. Kramers.    three weeks in the hospital that  Decorah — Miss Anna G. his health is now “better than a  Jaastad, 101. Friday at 2 at{ norm al  man  his age,” his doc-I n p r n r n h Lutheran t'h' ,rr,h 1     °  ert Clar. Central City, a son.  Auf. 21 — To the families of James F. Lamb, Monticello, a da u g h t e r ; Stephen Schafer.  1904 Western drive SW, a daughter; Victor J. Lopez, 176 Cherry Hill road NW, a daughter; Riekey I). Palmer, 700 Thirty-fifth street, Marion, a son.  Births — Mercy  Aug. 20 — To the families of Michael Wilson, 3220 G avenue NW, a daughter; Jeff Carl-  of Ie™ and moving ceremonies led  H e Roy Booker, 298 Kames drive, by President Ford, Ambassadoi jjberty  anc j justice when those Hiawatha, a daughter; Dennis Bodger Davies came home    .    ..  Ochring, 700 Thirty-fifth  w / d fro m war-torn oughts were under attack. He street, Marion, a daughter;! VVea     „ Iain    Mon .{remembered peace when there  Charles VanDeuscn. 2310 John- P rus u h     was    war     j n     fiu S  sense Rodger  son avenue NW, a daughter.    J day.    ;    Davies    never    left home.”  “He loved and worked for|  and he lost his life in 1   Up HO Percent  Amstar Corp., the largest sugar refiner with more dustries, with a 10.3-percent re- rangement than $1 billion in annual sales, turn on net worth, hardly' reported a 110 percent increase enough to keep up with doublein annual profits to $31.4 million digit inflation, for the year ending June 30. j ♦q n S pfi e 0 f improvements In the fourth quarter alone, ^ b j s year)  our profits are still Amstar’s profits were $15.2 mil-!  on jy  3 2  percent of our sales,” lion, compared with $5.9 million i Amstar says. the previous quarter and with  and 14 grandchildren.  The bodv w r as taken to the Department of Anatomy at the  University of Iowa for scion-    ...     u  ct  tific research. Turner chapel I  H,s  Washington chauffeur,  Fire in Subway Traps 1,000 in Smoky Tunnel  NEW YORK (AP) - ‘ Coming through that tunnel was like coming through hell, lf we were down there longer, there would have been deaths,” said Fred Rontonz, 27, who walked to safety from a subway fire.  A board of inquiry was to convene Wednesday to investigate the rush hour fire that trapped more than 1.000 commuters for two hours in a sweltering, Rockefeller flew to Washing- j smoke-filled tunnel 90 feet below ton in his multi-colored twin jet i East river on Tuesday eve-to keep the appointment.  i ♦ in x hnrap nf local ar- Walter Gordon, met Rockefeller nation’s;the bottom of more than 30 rn-{east was in charge o    | at    fhe    airpQrt and drove him di _  rectly to the White House. There, Rockefeller sat briefly in a small sitting room adjoining the Oval office until the President told him firsthand that he wen the nomination.  Ford also called Nixon in San  Ford Leads Tribute To Murdered Envoy  $5.2 million for the previous I year.  Sucrest Corp., which last reported profits for the quarter I ended March 31, showed earnings of $758,000 for that quarter, Tuesday returned three indict- 1  compared with a deficit of| n ients and five no bills. The  Memorial Services Lee, Columbus — Mt. Zion Baptist church at 3 p.m. Thursday bv the Rev. Hurley Bassett. Burial:    Oak Hill.  Friends may call at Turner east until 9 p.m. Wednesday and at the church from IO am. to 2:30 p.m. The casket will not he opened after the service.  Three indicted by  Linn Grand Jury Connelly Quits  The Linn county grand jury; Directorships  nmg. Four trains were stranded when electric power to the tube was shut off. Firemen said tunnel temperatures reached an estimated IOO degrees.  At least 125 persons, many weeping and covered with soot, were taken to hospitals for treatment of heat fatigue, smoke inhalation and other injuries.  No serious injuries were re-  WASHINGTON (AP) - In sol- of  America was in his heart, remembered the rights to  Marriage Licenses  Julie Rodemaker and Larry IP cat( *    Kmnnn*  Emmons. Deborah Sweet and search for peace for America  David May, all of Cedar and for all the world. Ford  Rapids. Barbara Croy,  Solor \ !  sa j d   ;!!ly  D Zchac K ck%aHo°n:    Tta    Preside*    and    Secretary  Eugene Bordelon, Cedar Raj)- of State Kissinger met the am ids .    bossa dor’s two children, Ann,  Marriages Dissolved 20, and John, 15, at Andrews air  Sara Marie and Michael {force base when they stepped Wayne Kadcra. Billie J. and j from their jetliner.  Jerry C. Carr. Gaylord L. and ’■phc plane also carried Dav-Carol Marie Kohl. Sharon!. , , v imi .  Loraine and Francis Edward ! ICS  |  ome ‘  Ross. Patricia J. and Wayne R.j “A professional foreign serv-Geske. Alton Claire and Do-lice officer has come home, rehires Aim Simpson. Larry Max t urn j n g not to joy but to sad and Paula Marie Gollaher.     mt    tQ    parades but  ft  Fires  Assis  Kissinger awarded the state department’s highest honor, the Secretary’s Award, to the fallen ambassador. And the President presented the children “on behalf of all America” with the special blue and gold flag that stood in the ambassador’s office.  Mrs. Davies died last year of cancer.  ceremonies,  to  Kissinger  9:48 a rn. Tuesday call at 1502 C  Report Gen. Abrams Condition Is Serious  I solemn  {said.  tance call at 1502 t avenue ] j|j s  deep voice at times thick-  10:20 a.m. Tuesday. Over- ping with emotion, the secre-hcatcd liKht ballast at Blo    First    (ary told the    children:    “’Sour  avenue NE.    father leaves    behind a    legacy jnounced    Wednesday.  3:15 p.m. I uesdu\ I tidcr f |  p n a s | U)ll | ( j  bt . I ............    —  in vest it: a turn (nut un arrival)     J     I  at 2503 J street SW.    proud.  4:50 p.m. Tuesday. Overheat- “Wherever lie went, the heart  WASHINGTON (AP) - General Creighton Abrams, army chief of staff, whose cancerous lung was removed in June, is in serious condition with a blood clot in a leg, the army an-  Clemente, Calif., to inform him , , ,     1     ,  , .    „    ’    ported, however, and most were  of the se ec i .    released after getting first-aid.  Nixon hailed it as a good rp WQ Q f ^ e tra j ns were  p ar .  choice and said Ford picked fi a jjy evacuated, with passen-  “a big man for a big job.    g ers wa ufi n g j n  darkness along  an underground catwalk to  House Rejects Ban On    emergency exits on either side  Age as Credit Factor     of the tunnel in Manhaltan and   WASHINGTON (AP) - A  Brooklyn. As they  {bias based on race, sex  HOUSTON (UPI) - Former  $61,000 for the same quarter ol jury also reported it investigat-{Treasury Secretary John B.     fflWl     .,    „    ,   1973    ed a  P er J ur y complaint and that Connally has resigned as a di-j    ,    .    .    discrimina-    a- JJT  emerg6 *J’  scores 10 ?  Holly Sugar Corp., which re- :no  indictment was issued as a {rector of First City National ;     I    omen ad-  ports profits oniy on a yearly result of the investigation    Bank of Floresvilic Texas    was    turned    down    by' Zd'reds of Mliee^nd hremen  basis to Feb. 28, said profits last The indictments accused    the {spokesman    tor his law firm  bouse  subcommittee    The ,    s oi po.int    ainu    nrtnun  year rose to $5.3 million from following of these crimes:    said.    iT^Ti    hill wmiM h™    .; L   $2.6 million in 1973. Sales last Delbert E. Price, carrying a Connally has been indicted on IH    .    within  year were $111.7 million.    concealed weapon; Herbert charges of accepting an illegal I - t  .  In the first quarter of this j Phillip Bliss, rape, and Robert payoff, conspiring to obstruct ‘     1     '  year, Holly Sugar’s sales I Cage. robbery with aggravation, {justice, and perjury in connec- Some of the seven congress- stalled trains to be moved.  reached $60.4 million, more than The no bills indicated that the tion with government action in men, who voted to remove tnc---  half of the previous year’s total, jury found there was insuf-1971 to raise milk price sup-  a £° provision, sal un vvas The company would not say finem evidence to hold the fol- ports.    |    ei^h    ex-idenct-    of    age    dis-  what its quarterly profits were, lowing for trial on these charges "Since the U. S. comptroller < nnun.i lon. as opfKJsed o i b.    :brought against thorn:    of the currency can request an; «™s of discrimination which  Kaw Sugar Cost    ^    ^     Tape . j  md|ctcd bank director to resign , | they said have been well docu-  “The cost of raw sugar is  M  catherine Luter, assaultive voluntary resignations were  nll ’ ntec1 ' more than 80 percent of today’s  with intent lo inf , ict great  bodily |submitted to avoid possible em- Hep. Sullivan (I)-Mo.), one of ' sugar prices, and thatj in j ury and Carl Eugene  Hobbs,]harassment to the banks,” the {two congressmen who voted  fire was extinguished    90 minutes, but it was   and  another 40 minutes before power vvas restored to allow the  'cThr (frdttr ftupitU (fhttcHc  Established In 1813 bv The GaieMe Co. and published dally and Sunday at SOO Third ave. SE. Cedar Rapids, iovra S2404. Second class postage paid at Cedar Rapids. Iowa  refined  to  price has risen from 12 cents a jX'nnls Wayne Stick and Robert spokesman said, pound last year to more than 32  Cage aH on  , arceny  charges, cents a pound today,” said an  The jury  recommended that a 20 YEARS AGO Amstar spokesman.    non-indictable charge, assault i woman gave birth  Amstar and other sugar com-j and  battery, be lodged by the triplet 20 days after the first two panics say poor crops in Russia county attorney against Luter. were born, and Cuba in recent veurs and  :  —  —-  retain the age provision, argued   _j    that    the    elderly    should    not    be    un-  - A Detroit fairly penalized after a lifetime to the last I of paying bills.  Subscription rates bv carrier 95 cents a. week Bv mail: Night Edition and Sunday a Issues $3,75 a month, $39 OO a year: Af temoon Editions and Sunday 7 issues $3 85 a month, $40.00 a year. Other states and U S. territories $60.00 a year No Mail Subscriptions accepted in areas having Gazette carrier service.  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