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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat.. December 28. 1974 Financial and Market News Slight Loss For Stocks Report on Youth Habits Of Drinking and Driving 19 Budget Requests Made /4s Ray Concludes Hearings Supreme Court Won't Hear Sturgeon, Brierly Appeals NEW YORK (AP) — Govern-1 WASHINGTON (AP) — Half ment reports indicating a ton- of the nation’s high school stu tinued gloomy economic outlook snuffed out a two-session rally in the stock market Friday and dents drink alcohol at least once a month and more than half of those who drink have driven at pushed prices slightly lower in least once while intoxicated, acquiet trading.    cording to a study conducted for The Dow Jones average of the National Highway Traffic 30 industrials slipped 2.58 to Safety Administration. 602.16, winding up tne holiday-; The agency administrator. Dr. shortened week with a slim net ' gain of 3.68 questioned about 2.000 high school students from 25 areas across the country', NHTSA said. Gregory said it was alarming because it showed a surprising number of high school students By Pamela Huey .    I    DOT proposed FIES MOINES (UPI) - Nine-1 b,JdSel ,,f.$184.2 million for thc teen state agencies presented their proposed budgets for the n^xt two fiscal years. Travel Budget next biennium Friday at the fourth and final day of Gov. Iiuuma WI Higii suiiwi SHIUCUW uigs.    percent    increase    over    tne cur- ,    ■    •    consideration    bvCif5"1 cuu,us Ul    court    a ’do a significant amount of ^e two largest budgets came rent budget, and $17 million for feej<;iatjve aDDrooriations com- and was sentenced t0 10 years Brier their drinking in driving^onnec-from the Iowa department of 11976-77, a 29 percent increase.    mftt^ ^fnre final anrroval hv imprisonment.    August ted situations.    public    safety and thc newly Larson ‘.old the hearinghi. Public Safety Commissioner Charles Larson said the bien- Same Habits ‘ What is new is the discovery James Gregory, called 'the report alarming and noted the Losers outnumbered gainers! study showed most teenagers of the degree to which high 701 to 582 among the 1.814 issues'who drink do so away from school youth are appling the,^ ^    (hc traded on the New York Stock home, a fact that may accountdrinking arm driving_____________ Exchange.    for the high incidence in the    ncibits as adults, he said. number who drink and drive. Gregory said the study showed O Ccr    J n More than 56,000 persons died [that NHTSA’s    public education!    J tawQJJw    III on the nation’s highways last j program to combat drunk driv-;    kl    I !• The Cedar Rapids hog market year and more than 41.000 have ing had made    “significant prog-j    |N©W    I Pl Cli    cl Pl 6 The U.S. supreme court has! The Eighth circuit court held _efused to review the appeals of *t is against Iowa law to print ..    „    ,,!nr Thomas Sturgeon of Cedar currency of any other govern- an operating    ,he    fcd.    Rapids and Burton Ctane Brieriyjment including the U.S. govern- eral energy administration,- a Nora    a maximum of $147,000. He    said men have been ordered to begin) Sturgeon has a second suit in the FEA's program reimburses servinS federal Prlson. terms the appeals court asking that a states with Qualifying state en- daa-    writ. be issued to correct errors orgy‘programs up to 65 percent Sturgeon, of MO Tenth street L lts ruling, And he has indicat-nium    figure    broken    down    includ-|0f the cost of the programs    SE, was convicted in SeptemberUd he plans to file another peti- Robert D. Rays budget hear- ed $lg4    million    for    1975_76    a    24    of 1973 by a federal jury on j Hon in Cedar Rapids federal percent increase over the cur- ‘ ,    ponsidpration    he    counts    of    counterfeiting    court attacking the sentence. quests is a consideration by oiiH „n,„nwH VBars-| Brjer|y was (ound ^ jn of 1973 by a federal jury- general assembly    I     J......~    on three counts in connection general assemoiy.    :cirCuit court of appeals, but the: ith January 1973 robbery of In addition the governor will conviction was upheld in July. AL n s bank •esent budget recommenda-LohoorinavujKjHnnipd in August.    . created department of transportation. In the public safety budget, $33.4 million was requested for C. R. Markets Saturday was steady Prices paid Friday for the bulk of country and plant delivered butchers weighing 200 to 230 lbs., depending on grade and condition were $39 50-$40 OO. Packing sows 300 lbs. down were $33 50-$34.00 died in traffic accidents during the first ll months of this year. Studies have shown that alcohol plays some role in about half the nation’s highway deaths, a spokesman for NHTSA said. The drinking study was done by Grey Advertising of New ress in i n c r e a s ing people’s i _ m    _    > awareness of the magnitude °f]Pr|COn RrPf^K the problem” but also showed 1    ^ department has been hit particularly hard by inflation because such a large percent of the budget relates to travel. “In fact,” Larson said, “20 percent of our budget is travel    J. while 68 percent is salary and ixGCOiuS DaSGu I the remaining 12 percent is for fv U/AAprriA4.p all other expense items, inelud-    "Qiciya.c TOirid«™inr straPon and Tapes Planned TRACIS,” Larson said.    • The lion’s share of the public j LOS ANGELES (AP) present budget recommends-1 rehearing was denied in August, i    .    .    thrpp    v„„. dons for the next two years to Among the grounds of Stur-; Hc rece,ved thrcc three year the legislature. geon's appeal is that a state P"s™ lc™s abd‘ warrant was issued to search    not    ge    a fam his residence, although he ism- •«?' W Eighth c.^i court [tends counterfeiting $20 federal finned his conviction in Sep- reserve notes is not specifically    c. ^    .    pp:nrU, a violation ol Iowa law.    Both    Sturgeon    and    Brierly “disturbing new dimensions of the problem, particularly among the young.” The study showed that the legal drinking age had no noticeable effect on the amount of Butchers over 230 lbs. are 50c j York as part of a two-year off for each IO lbs., to 250; over grant from NHTSA to develop drinking. 250, 75c for each IO lbs. to 270; I an advertising campaign to per- It showed that 45 percent of over 270 lbs., $1.00 off for each suade problem drinkers to cut the drinking students drank once additional IO lbs. of weight j their driving. The study found a week and 26 percent at least Packers are 25c off for each (that the percentage of high twice a week. Thirty-nine per-weijht grade from 300-360 lbs.,!school drinkers is about the cent had one to three drinks 50c off each weight grade to 500 same as the percentage of hen they drank and 29 percent lbs. and 75c off each weight adults who drink.    1tl(‘ *°ur 1° eight drinks. Four- grade above 500 lbs.    ~    ..-.u    teen percent had nine or more. CATTLE MARKET Pacts Approved Choice and prime steers Choice and prime heifers Good steers ............... Good heifers ..    ...... Standard and utility steers Standard and utility heifers Beef cows ................. Utility cows ............ Cutter cows .......... Bulls ....... Commercial cows $35.oo-$37.oo. Half $34.00-*36. OO Once a Month the students surveyed I sleety budget, $19.8 million for Warner Brothers Records has D., Ciai. I lnl+ the next biennium,‘goes for    ,    ,    .    DV DT6T© UNIT TOT MICHIGAN CITY, tad. (AP)-;opcration of the Iowa hlghway announced plans to market a|    ,    , Three inmates somehow over- patrol, including $9.7 million for setlos °* records based on the L/ISaQVanTaCjGQ came a master lock system,* 1975-76 and $10.1 million for 76- Watergate tapes, if they become quietly removed a window pane 77-    public domain. unbroken, and scaled Indiana    Energy Council    The firm said Friday it plans state prison walls early Satur-i Earlier in the day, officials of I3!1 11 09°°^ SCt 5^    ^•C°n^" day with a homemade rope and the DOT said their $184.2 million SI®*!? eraDDlinu iron.    (proposed    budget    would    include .    .    ,    .    AO„orio,i($93.7    million    for    76-77    and    $90.4 Another inmate who escaped    .    7PT7    - , eo, played during the Watergate cover-up trial. have been free on appeal bond. David Fryer Gets Hearing On Evidence ROCK RAPIDS (UPI) - One has signed contracts with 14 0f ^e three Fryer brothers in DES MOINES (UPI) - The Iowa office of planning and programming announced Friday it agencies to provide assistance to unemployed, underemployed and economically disadvantaged assisa! I said they went to drinking par-'Amtrak Mishap; *3o:o^*32eo ties at least once a month. The    Kl-.    Onp study found that 61 percent of|*eP°rT N0 ^ne those who drank admitted they Seriously Hurt r«f ift'ict AHAD rn month    • *14 00-JI8.00 SH 00-118.00 *14 00-118 OO ,    11 oc r ii 7* m million for 76-77. Only $9.5 mil- less than 36 hmirs earlier from    fi/ure    would a nearby prison faun has been    * charged with killing two women    rpst    tions hostages. John Shafer, a state correction department spokesman, identified Saturday’s escapees as Chuck Bailey, 26, serving a life sentence for murder during a It also said it would produce a 'persons. two-record set of “the most important passages” of conversa- Nixon The contracts totaled $277,229 in federal funds authorized under the comprehensive employ- 33 lb oat*. *1.75. Friday prices delivered. FEEDER CATTLE Friday'* quotations from Lam son Bros. Close Prey. March  .............. 30    50    30.70 April ......................    32.75 SHEEP . DES MOINES — The Federal-State Markets News reported market generally steady Offerings and trading continued light Demand fair as plant schedules fill-1 ed 1-3 weeks in advance. Sales too few to report prices. Commercial flocks: too few! lo report. IOWA FARM EGGS DES MOINES — The Federal-State Markets News Service reported prices unchanged Demand irregular but general-Iv softening when compared to early weekend inquiry. Dealer sentiment about steady. A lars* or better 55-S7c, mostly prison    in about eight    years,    said current plans    call for the must    have been    planned    a long    eventual transfer of    the railroad tlme' rn    »« ■    program from the    EPC to the (areally    Made    ^ and added g    committee _    *HoMii.oo    got drunk at least once a month, ers an?discerned^s^per5cwt* anc?v'leidI Of the students who drank. I THOMPSONTOWN, Pa. (AP) 8 r fwa st va ran tf1 'gobb ye ^ov"^ rf a* "s i e< r $ ’ are I half said they had driven at j— Amtrak’s Broadway Limited comrrwrcfai^cows^r '°° ,ha" reBUlar I least once or twice while drunk, train carrying 430 passengers GRA,N    I    One-fourth of the drinking stu-jand a crew of five derailed on no!j ye I low, cs%Tbea n s/ $45.70.    dents said they had driven atjan isolated stretch of track Sat- least three times while drunk. | urday but a spokesman for the One-third of the students said'railroad said no one was injured they had been passengers at I seriously. 32 so j least once a month in a ear    Brian Duff, Amtrak public in-1 whose driver had been drinking    formation officer, said a1 wbK” ,0 prime shorn ,ambs' heavily.    number of persons were being said the rope of braided had been set up to oversee that poultry    i    The study, released Thursday,    taken to hospitals but “as best strips from    sheets and the grap- transfer. -*   (we can tell there are no serious Ihook were carefully made.]- injuries.”    He    said    it    was    not learned im- The train was traveling from mediately how the    trio put out Chicago to New York.    of action a    master    system that “Thirteen of the 17 cars should have locked IO cells in derailed.” Duff said “None the admissions and orientation overturned. There were six unit from which they escaped. BOSTON (AP) — A federal1 coaches, a club ear. two diners control still indicated 5£57c. Grade 'a 'm#duim Jf-ssc,’ i jU(jgC w||] decide Monday what; and four sleepers ”    locked    when    the escape was t»°',hr"a3C mJI,i,03l£c* eta: AI sanctions to impose on three1 Some of the passengers were ; discovered. between Richard through a combination of feder- and    advisers in the Oval i meat and training act of 1973. al funds, license and registra- 0ffice-    I    Officials said thc funding would tion fees and a gasoline tax fund I Both sets wold be accom-iJ'f^J8^,    services to — an estimated $190 million. panied by transcripts of the j    s    99 counties. Another newly-created state I texts, Warner Brothers said.    ®*ack Jjawk and sentence lur muruer uunu*;j. afte (he ene'gy ^ coun.| Lr. s Dlstrict Jud^e Gerhard S? C“ T robbery, and Otho Hunt. 27, and cj| asked for $382,766 for the Gesell has said that whjte Ce<iar Rap ds are required be-Antliony aolello, 22, both at the council's operational budget for House (apes played at the trial    iL *XmwKfn?T e° pnson for safekeeping pending (be next bjennium jn addition to will probably be released for ?!?n    f T uA k ? not nam^ta thT?rto-a    lhe 8 mlllion aPPr°Priation '"'public broadcast after the trial JST not named in the order.    j the railroad assistance pro-(ends. Shafer said the escape, the gram.    Attorneys for Nixon have said first from inside the 100-year-old | EPC Director John Millhone Boone, Story', Dallas, Polk, Jasper, Madison, Warren and Mar- ... .. n j. .    ,    .lion    counties    will    sign    contracts that If Gesell makes such a tai- under the auspices * the Cen-mg, they will appeal.    jtra|    ]owa    Assn    of    ^ Warner Brothers’ parent com pany, Warner Communications. cal Governments Among recipients of the grants and the three major television [s; networks have petitioned Gesell Northeast Iowa Community for tapes.    Action Corp., Decorah—$14,992. Boston School Officials Cited For Contempt Study Sees Resources Ample, But Cites Mistrust of Nations volved in the November. 1973, slayings of four South Dakota teenagers at Gitchie Manitou state park near here will be returned from prison Monday for a court hearing. Lyon county district court officials said Friday that David Frver, 24. will appear Monday before Judge E. F. Kennedy in connection with a hearing order signed by Chief Justice C. Edwin Moore. Court officials said the order indicated Fryer may not have had access to ail the evidence presented by state's witness Sandra Chesky of Sioux Falls, S.D., in connection with the ease. She was the lone survivor of a group shotgunned in the northwest Iowa park. The order from the justice directed the court to see if any evidence was withheld from Fryer’s defense counsel and if it was necessary to the trial. Fryer pled guilty to the charges last February and was sentenced to the Iowa state penitentiary at Fort Madison for I life. His two brothers, Allan,* 31, and James. 22. were later con- lJh‘VSH1N(|T0‘? ,lAP) ~    11    focuSed    on    u*    s-    depen-j    “Although    few    generalizations    dieted    ”ii7    the    slayings    of the w./ «. mo,tiv « co* Apa..™,,,    ...^  ------------ --  ---  "01    mTh^SarWf!    '    fencre(    0n|,mp0rls,0f    a    al»ut    these    I#    critical    material*'fivp. James Fryer still awaits 24$tiZ^\Sctl¥ 3,'34c, 8 ,ars* members of the Boston school to leave the tram at Harrisburg Bailey had spent about eight13 b exhausted in the near Iu-,of critical minerals and natural,(minerals) are possible, it is]sentencing in the case. committee whom he found in Jo make a connection to Wash- months in the special section, at Dut raw material shortages rubber and concluded that this; clear that none of them ap-__-— contempt for refusing to ap- mg ton.    his own request to be away from fndI, ocononuc instabddy are country is relatively well off, proaches petroleum in terms of n * D citywide integration Doff said buses would carry the general prison population din^ ,0 P°,(’nfia* mistrust counting on imports for about 15 its significance to the econ- KUSSIBFl rTGSS the passengers 35 miles to Har- -Shafer said a prisoner generally Iand    among    nations,    a    percent    of    consumption.    This    omy.” prove a DRESSED MEATS DES MOINES (UPI) — Midwest carlot! meat trade tor Iowa and river market j areas Beef trade slow; no sales reported In ntan steer beef, limited saies choice better and I pld'* cow beef insufficient to establish price trend; few toads 500-700 ib choice heifers S6 00-59 OO Pork trade slow; limited sales loins steady; skinned hams uneven 7 70 Ib 5(V 1.00 tower. 20-26 Ib 50 higher; other elds. —    _    . W w Arthur Garr,ty Fn' lb 69 50-70 00; 20-2* Ib 69 00 passengers 35 miles to liar- .Shafer said a prisoner generally f‘‘u ”"ulKl amung nauons, a percent ot consumption. TOs omy.”    x    Cl    I    ^    mi Wbite House study says.    compares    with    75    percent    de-    'n-    .v...    I    I    limS    OI    lent    On Aussie Leader Vows Darwin To Be Rebuilt Chairman John Kerrigan, risburg, where they could take makes the request for his own .....  eui.ipares    win:    13    percent    ae-    The    study    n0(ed that Canada I Paul Ellison and John McDon- other trams to complete their protection from other inmates The best available data an't prudence by Western Europe Australia and South Africa arc Rrn7knPV TriD ough were cited by U.S. District journey.    Shafer    said ether prisoners in analysis indicate there are and 90 percent by Japan.    the major U. S. suppliers of ~    !    —    the unit remained in their un- ample materials in the earth’s, But the report said that after ^ese materials ranging from MOSCOW (AP) — Egyptian (locked cells although at least crust to meet the world s needs'two decades of relative econom-, aluminum t0 zin’c aTld sJid it is Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmy two of them saw the escape. I for nearly every material well lie stability a period of turmoil unlikely that any of the three and War Minister Abdel Chany The three were seen running; beyond the remainder of this and uncertainty has developed, woujd impose an embargo! Gamasy flew to Moscow Satur-from the prison but had disap- century,” said the study, made sparked by what it termed exor- against this country Europe ®r:day at* the urgent invitation cf The! peared by the time a chase unit public Friday.    bit    ant    oil    price    boosts.    'Japan.    ]    Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev Poor Harvests    to discuss his scheduled visit day for defying an order to en-    T©Sts    for dorse and forward to him an outline for racially balancing 0ate-Crasher classrooms next fall. WASHINGTON The plan was submitted to; WASHINGTON (AP)    .    ....    ,    .    ,    ..    . Garritv bv a committee attor- young man who crashed his car was organized. Tracks in old “Many areas of the worl4 are It said future embargoes and * *    •    ■    lift-.;    A—    tv______ _    .    A    *    CflAllf    AOA    IlFAm    IftnniP    r>    L    AA    r«    I    Aft    I VT    flAtL*    Vwv I JO rf    A V f\l ACA/I    f Ar    Cllfthllf    I It f    lFtf    lAVTC DARWIN Australia (AP r.ev who then resigned.    through a White House gate snow, one from tennis shoes.’only now being explored for supply interruptions are possi- The Boston chapter of the Na-    C h r i s t rn a s day has been    vanished    on    traveled streets    mineral potential. Vast un-    hie,    although    they have been But    the    study noted    that    gov- tional Assn for the Advance-    charged with destruction of fed-    ^ sidewalks    tapped resources are likely to    rare    in    the past.    emments    around    the    world    have Prime Minister Gough Whitlam ment of colored People, which eral property and ordered to un-    into    Warehouse    .    exist in Arct,<; re8ions* man>'    ~    Only    Time walked the devastated streets of asked that the committee mem-dergo more psychiatric tests.    ....    ,,    parts of the USSR. China, the U. S. Magistrate Jean Dwyer    Abater    said    nobody saw    tnt*    Amazon basin and other areas. to Cairo next month. Tass news agency said the had to cope with a numbtTof Egyptians were met by Foreign extraordinary evenla-puor liar- },m'sler .'>ndri'1 9™“^ Russians have offered arms shipments to Egypt if Soviet military advisers are Darwin Saturday and vowed I hers be held in civil contempt.! u. s. Magistrate Jean Dwyeri — ~*r.    “7.    oasm ana Omer areas. 1    the    «d    of    the Korean* vests, the global economic boom De,en“ Mimstcr Andrel Greeh that Australia's northern way will be rebuilt.    ^    „,IV     '    ________ As he spoke, jetliners flew out t>l^rri(v „aid he was consider- him returned to a hospital,said there were indications they potential may noF be tapped in forei8n move was recent ac-; and shifts in income, it said of the town carrying thousands ,.;    membors    t0 sub. where he had been taken    initial- drokp T'0 3 walThouf t0 warm ,he near future- the technology hon by the oil-exporting coun- „ added.    permitted to accompany them. of residents displaced by the , th _|an Cfficially while at Iv without formal charge.    themselves in the f r e c z mg 0f seabed mining is advancing " trles- the study said.    ‘Todays    unsettling conditions and the,timms of the t.np f* ^ Th    i ft    Ordered    bv    Nixon    J.1n?e«1“v« b<*«" also are creating agential for Thursday afternoon, an in-    'mierea    ny    .'Nixon    true cartejs in the mmerais fjejd mistnjst and conflict among na-ithat nul,tary ,ssues wou,d ^ a mate at the prison’s minimum- The study, conducted by the in the postwar period and only a tjons Each nation recognizes Prime Spmritv farm PCfaneH anrl latAr Vatinnnl •in/'iiritu L*rxi t n /-■ 11 orul cimrln Cn/wncclnl Ann in Win-    ..    .    .    1 att__ worst natural disaster in Aus- same time maintaining that .a they are personally opposed to npn;p<. PUnninn The death toll stood at 48 with for(>ed busing He asked them to    r lanning the discovery of two bodies    whether    they    would    TQ Resian Earlv floating in Dai vsin harbor. comply with such an order.    ^    • It is heartbreaking to see tbree sajd they would ap-that all the effort since the war security farm escaped and later National Security Council and;single successful one, in dia- more than ever that other na-' All mention of Brezhnev’s trip took three women hostages. the Council on International monds. Cartels usually break up tjons. actions can have an ad- Jo Egypt, Syria and Iraq dis-Rob- Tht> escapee Ri,oy Mo8,ey* Econ°mic Policy with the coop- as a result of deterioration in verse impact on them    appeared    from the Soviet press “• prove specific court orders re- eft D. Timm, who did not win ?’|k“    *T,T I *°V,rnlnw“ *?■***    "W«    »«•'    'hat    rtl,Saturday, indicating to some toward building housing rn Dar- 4.ird,ns’ ,nlegrati(in But they reappointment as chairman of dea h; °f_'"° ot ,hc womcn 85 ParlmOT's and agency, was or-turner, subst.tute other materi-    ....... win has been destroyed, ’ Whil- umilH fakp “no initiative nr af- the Civil Aeronautics RoarH -    . WASHINGTON (AP) would take-no initiative orjl-jthe Civil Aeronautics Board prosecalor Robert Bomholt I Nixon lirmative action‘unless they    Friday denied he plans to quitisajd Frjday    Mos|    had    d AK, ,    ™    ag*.    WCPe SUrC Jt W0Uld n0t Cre3te    ^ b0ard to10" hlS S«*y«»L etoiawtnni    ho    oHrrxit. aty. About    90    percent of it    was    racjai strife or danger to school-    term as a member is up. destroyed, lam saki after a three-hour tour of this isolated northern coast    dim TI umii/i    nm    ptcsip    me iwarn    fv*tnre mc    civ.year I .    <    .    • * la statement in which he admit- destroyed Christmas day bv a I ohTldr^ri *    °    The^^ Seattle^ Post-lntelliceneer ted    ^arian ^aPiera*a’ cyclone    '    h'ldri ,    .    .    • .    mc    Mame    poxt    inlelligcncer    M    and    her    daughter,    Gayle. IO .    The    plan rejected by the com- had quoted him as saying he    _______ The government is deter-    would require busing of would resign a» a board mined the city will be rebuilt ;about 30.000    of    Boston’s    86.000    member at    the end of    1975,    a r?stored- WtoRtem M*d'students.    year before    his term ends. This is an essential port. It has ^ pjan ordered by Garrity and In a statement released by a always been Australia s gate-now jn effect requires 18.U00 CAB spokesman, Timm said he way* ,    pupils    to be bused out of their had “a personal commitment to He interrupted a European tour to return for a first-hand ^ look. He called an emergency | ^ ^ ^ cabinet meeting for Monday. |_I Australian. British. New Zea j j, .    _    ,    i    ,    natiwis,    producers    as    well    as    observers    that he may be hav- dered last March by President als and new suppliers enter the; consumers, benefit from an in- jng second thoughts about it. market at lower prices.... Malpractice Rate Boost Suspended Will Close Plant Rather Than Pay Pollution Fine temational economic order that Traditionally, the statc-con-insures adequate raw materials trolled press precedes any ma-at reasonable prices.” Auto Carrying Reagan Chased NEW YORK I AP t—The state land and U S air force planes continued ferrying residents out. Officials said 16.800 have been flown to cities and towns around Australia and 15.000 more were scheduled to be airlifted out in the next two day jor trip with an increasing flow t of articles on the subject, and this has been the case until very' recently with the Brezhnev trip. PITTSBURGH (AP* — U. S. ire ached agreement with the city    The    main Communist party Steel    Corp. says it will    shut    of Gary and the state of Indiana    SANTA BARBARA. Calif,    organ    Pravda has    had    no such down    an open hearth shop    at its    for another extension to    delay    JAP) — The highway patrol    articles since Dec.    24. A    lengthy ---------— ----- •— - r -...........-.......-    innprintenrfeni    f    insurant*    ha    Gary’    Ind * works ncxt    week    compliance until next June    30.    chased a sedan for 17 miles at    story    Saturday on thc    Middle neighborhoods. The program stay until the end of 1975” but*bll}x‘ n * a 01    *    (    '    rather than pay a $2,3QO-per-day “Unfortunately EPA was un-    UP to 70 miles per hour East made no mention of any does not affect some sections he had “every intention to stay    a    P*^    fine for air pollution.    willing to g0 ajong with the cx. through heavy traffic and when!Brezhnev visit. insurance for Dhvsicians in New shutdown *s expected to tensk>n unless a daily tribute,’1 was st°pped .the driver es-1 The visit by Fahmy and York state and ordered Argo- resa m toyctfff for 4,000 was p^id t0 the government,” J^Ped a citatk>n.    Gamasy    was expected to last nam I^urance C^to^-omifiue * ""''Jrs in nor,i'Wost tadtana th, company sa*.    He    wa,    a    highway    patrol    of-1 three or four days. The    nation s largest    steel-    Francls May„, Midwest    EPA    ^ruH‘S paSSCng('r was ^''L Patrol John Jones said tile Watergate CdSe ‘every until the end of my tenure. Zero Energy Growth Recommended for Iowa cove mg them until alter public makcr announced fht, f| , Franc s Mayo Midwes EPA hearings In January    Friday,    one    day    alter    U.    S.    Dis- “SCT t ""'“"I n ^ Benjamin Sehenck suspmtded ^ Jud A„eyn ^ f „ term tribute ai patently rt- patently diculous.” He said the fine was unmarked state vehicle was To Jury Monday DES MOINES (UPI) njamin ilrmond< ,nd.( ordered the shut-    "v      spotted    Friday    traveling    20 Eye- would be an offsetting decrease the state medical 's-Ltv' re-    ^    31    or    payment    o(    V.    S.    Attorney    John    Wilkes.    railes    por    h“ur    ov*r    ^    £    WASHINGTON    (AP)    -    Chief The director of the natural dis-. jng fulure fuel    tae    rn aootaer source.” the staff‘s ^ agree to it '    ^/.t the company‘s vie, thati^ ^ 'V ” ^ ^    ^t jS^aSSTSi h:j W <:ZA en*Hfy policy cuuncU Staff recommen atton stated.    'n    upprat‘“    is    en    ^T^sUTw^Tcon-'lhp driTOr '«'«*    «•    ">e    ledger    ^    on    wXat”    ast Alan Stretton, said he wanted _ ..    ^    .    -J    The    staff's    report    said    if    i    J    vironmentally    acceptable    or    it    11    f    red    lights    awl    sireas.” “ iv not anrf next Ka.vrxmr. ac. ^iuc open hearth operations ana    „aiW    * to evacuate threequarters of F'riday recommended that the I ^    ^£ sald without the rise it    ^    lT° the 41,000 residents.    state    attempt    to    achieve zer0(ficiently, there would be “zen) d Lanc!iL-?_VeJ?£!!. f?r 2/,‘ ceptable with the payment of a )>olllite  --—  (energy growth” during 1975.    (energy    growth”    and    alan    “a    000    °*    toe    states    35.000    doctors    I    dafly flne” E. S Steel said. 8aln* 1 for its own financial' Jones said two additional pa- Sinior Citizen Buses Cedar Rapids System Telephone 363-8244 Area Ten (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids 398-5605 Elsewhere 800-332-5934 Planes Collide energy growth” during 1975. (energy growth” and also _ In one of several tentative healthy increase in economic ac- who ^^ht medical malpractice policy recommendations, (he tivity."    und" ‘he medical EPC staff said Iowa should ini-j The EPC staff also recoin- y program, tiate a program to limit energy mended to the council that util-eonsuruption in 1975 to this ity companies be urged to post- vear s levels.    pone construction of new gen- BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) — S. Steel and the Environmental This “would not mean that all crating plants in 1975 because Two U. S. air force fighter- Protection Agency, and the shop energy sources would be frozen of questions regarding the best bombers collided Saturday dur had remained open since Dec 6, at 1974 levels, but that for every type of generation facility to ling a training exercise. All four 1973, on six-month extensions I increase in one source there ■, build.    ,    crewmen    ejected    safely.    The    company    said    •    it    had a fine was in order.” he said. trol cars were called and one got in front of the speeding car nal arguments ended in the Watergate cover-up trial. “As the representatives of n free people,” Hie prosecutor told K(ljth and slowed down until all four the jurors “you are the* ones “Therefore, the company has p, . cUDervisor , concluded that it cannot accede . . .    .. shutdown'wiii vehicles stopped He said Rea- who must now balance the ac to such a principle ”    ;........ , chauffeur “was having could s and clo** flu* result in l^vnffq for 2 500 Gary ” uwuucu'    counts    ann no** A cle_anuP ^ad t*?n 0rderfd Works employes and another ^ff[(;a,ty peaching us on the plates on Watergate ledger in a consent decree between U 1,500 in 8‘eel-related industries. mobile radio.”    All    that    remains    now    in    the Jones said he could not ex- lengthy and complex conspiracy plain why the driver was not trial are final instructions to the issued a citation for speeding jury arui their final delibera “It will be handled adminis- tions beginning Monday morn-tratively,” Jones added    ing ;

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