The Tampa Tribune from Tampa, Florida on January 13, 1975 · 6
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Monday, January 13, 1975
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S-A THE TAMPA TRIBUNE, Monday, Jan. 13. 1975 Glenn Eyes Sound Energy Policies WASHINGTON (UPIl -Pioneer astronaut John G.ENN SAYS HIS MAJOR GOAL AS A FRESHMAN Senator is to help develop sound energy policies and stop the "Russian roulette" of drift and wastefulness that could lead to war. - In an interview, the Ohio Democrat said he has no intention of using his Senate seat as ( a springboard into 1976 presidential politics even though some observers rate him among the brightest new Democratic faces on the national scene. "I'M NOT planning any entdry into any primaries." -he said. "I didn't come in here to justd use this as a platform for something else. v Glenn, the first American to orbit the earth, said he ..means to apply his scientific. ' and technological expertise to the problem of meeting the nation's energy demands. He said failure to meet that problem rapidly could cause severe economic crisis, and added that such crises have led to war in the past and could do so again. "If it goes on for long, " he said, "we're going to have an awful lot of people mad in the woirld. We're literally playing Russian roulette with" the fu- 7 Sen John Glenn . . . energy expertise ture of the country and the whole world." HE DISAGREED with Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger's statement that the United States might kresort to force to end a dfuture oil embargo. "That . kind of talk frightens me," he said. Senate Review Set On Contested Votes WASHINGTON (UPIl The Senate Rules Committee begins its review of two contested elections today, and will be asked to decide whether both New Hampshire Senate candidates should stand aside until the dispute is resolved. Although the constitution empowers the Senate to be final judge of contested seat disputes, some Republicans have suggested the committee review may amount to a Democratic "power play" to grab two Republican seats. SEN. CLAIBORNE PELL, D-R.L, said he would move that neither Sen.-elect Lduis C. Wyman, a Republican who was certified the winner by two votes, nor Democratic challenger. John A. ' Durkin, who earlier had been declared the winner by 10 votes, be seated until the full Senate decides who.deserves the New Hampshire Senate seat. ' Pell is chairman of a Rules subcommittee on elections, which held hearings last week on the two disputed races. The full committee will consider Pell's recommendation this afternoon when . it . takes up the New Hampshire dispute and a second challenge involving Oklahoma's Senate election. lies mm mm Senate Unit Urges Food Price Probe WASHINGTON (UPI) -Congress should begin an immediate investigation of rising food prices and, if war- . ranted, go to court with the results, a Senate committee recommended yesterday. The committee, looking into U.S. -food availability and pricing policies, also urged an immediate 63 per cent in- No Quota Seen To IDre Women In Connecticut WASHINGTON (UPI) -Gov. Ella T. Grasso of Connecticut' the first woman to be elected governor of a state on her own merits, said yesterday she will name women to top state jobs but not on anyquota system. ( "I will make a special effort to hire men and women with the highest quallifica-tions for administrative positions," she said. "A number of key appointments' will be women." She said she anticipated no difficulty in finding qualified women but added she would not use a quota based on percentage of women in the population.. She did not say what positions would be filled by women v Mrs Grasso, a two-term Democratic congresswoman, took office, Wednesday after being elected by a landslide as the first woman to become a governor outside of a husband's political shadow Her spouse is a retired school administrator . Mrs. Grasso made her comments on NBC-TV's "Meet the Press" program. .Under questioning, Mrs.' Grasso stuck to her commitment against a state income tax and flatly denied tdhat her position was inconsistent with her liberal philosophy. crease in price supports for wheat and corn to spur needed production increases this year. THE REPORT by the Senate Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs, headed by Sen. George Mc-Govern, D-S.D, said Congress should get an immediate analysis of price increases in food processing and retailing industries during 1974. Any evidence of collusive prices or price increases attributable to scant competition in . the food business should be turned over to an administrative law judge, it added. The investigation could help restore competition to food processing and retailing, the committee said .The report was critical of the large number of corporations involved in farming and suggested the consumer and the small .farmer both would benefit from Congressional passage of a Family Farm Act to prohibit farming or control of farming by any non-farm business with assets of more than $3 million. ON PRICE supports, the panel said ' target prices for wheat should be ' raised from the current $2.05 per bushel to $3.35, with the corn target going from $1.88 to $2.25 a bushel. Such increases, although below .current market prices for both commodities, would give farmers the assurance that if all-out production increased, supplies and sent prices plunging, they would still receive a reasonable return for their product. . The target price concept' is a support level announced before the growing season begins. If market prices after harvest average below the target, the government pays farmers the difference. ' m tRT!FlfvT ' ; Stale Bank JSo. 643 Consolidated Report of Condition of "CARR0LLW00D STATE BANK" of Tampa in the Stale of Florida and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close ol! business on Dec. Jl, 19 I. ASSETS I. (ash and due fmm banks (including $0 unposted debits) 2, (a) I .S. Treasury securities . . b) Obligations of f ederal Financing Bank 4. Obiijsitions of Slates and political subdmsions 7. Federal funds sold anil securities .., pun-based under agreements to resell H. I Hber loans Hank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises . 13. Other assets (items 6 of "Other Assets") (including $0 direct lease financing) : . TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships. and eoriHiratioiis . , . .- l ime and sav ings deposits of individuals, partnership: ' and corporations .. Deposits of I'nited Suites Government Deposits of commercial banks Certified and officers' checks, etc. TOTAL DEPOSITS (a) Total demand deposits , . (b) Total time and savings deposits . . . Other liabilities TOTAL LI ABILITIES 6(i4.37K..Ui UW6.42 1.4. . . K'M. . . ft').i l .200.1 .. 428. . . . 7H 12 It.'. Kli(l.2(r .0011.1111 l!2i.(i(t ')7'..'l 121. In 2.7(I..j2K.7I 2H, $j.4().").10f..K 3.flK.".37u.7u S2.319.727.10 2.319. . 102. . . 2h. 101. 727.10 :i.!0.)fi 772.KO 717.2.1 B.'UCt.l') .".l'l(!0.(l)i RESERVES ON' LOANS AM) SECURITIES' 30. Reserve for had debt losses on loans (setup pursuant to Interna! Revenue Service rulings). 1 t o", ( j, IO .KLSEKKSON LO WS AND SKCt . RITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS" 3.V Kipiitv capital, total, . . : 37. 1 ionimoii stock'tnlul par value (No. shares aiillinriy.eil Ki.K'.i) - (o. shares outstanding 4tKK7.") 3K. Surplus ., VK I ndivided profits ......... ILTOT4I. CAPITAL :coi Ms . 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES. RESER ES. . AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 4ili.7."ilUM :t')l.2.".(i.iHi 7.':.l .71 'ttit.'r, I. TH fi.i n.ft'Mi.M MEMORANDA 1. Average of total deposit, for the l.' calendar davs ending with call dale 3.0 Li.ll 1 1 .!!( 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar davs . .ending with call dale . . . H.d.Vl l(r V1 I. Rosemary llovle. Vice President A Cashier, of the above-named bank. d solemnly S EARAFFIRM that this report of condition is true and cm-reel, to the best of inv knowledge and belief. - Correct Attest: ROSEMARY HOYI.E ftOBF.DF.RISO MRS. SAM DAVIS CHARLES . WHITEHEAD, JR. State of Florida. Couulv of IlilKborough. ss: Svorn u and subscribed before mc llii- Oth dai of Jauiiarv. )I)T. ami I hereby Testify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires July ,lo, ITU. (Seal) CATHERINE AN EEI'OEL. -Notarv Public. furnifturs of Brandon K TIJF CTAnr van S A ftl mill i VAiin imur a nnium int JllmC IUU UUl DUILU lUUIv nUniC HKUUIiU... ON. 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