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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., Mar. 5, 1974 Senate Approves State Energy Council Bil! By Frank Nyc DES MOINES A bill re- quested by Gov. Robert Ilay to set up a temporary 11-member state energy policy council was on its way to the Iowa house Other Bills Bills in the Iowa legislature Monday: Passed by Senate SF1222. To establish an en- ergy policy council and give the governor special energy powers. 40-2. To house. Introduced In Senate SF1213. To increase the standard deduction on state in- come tax returns to 10 percent of net income after deduction of federal income lax, with a maximum of Ways and means. SF1244. To give the employ- ment security commission au- thority to release liens for em- ploye contributions after it de- termines the amounts due are uncollectible. DeKoster. SF1245. To require that tav- erns close at 10 p.m. daily. Plymat and six others. SF1246. To exempt ware- house storage from the state service tax. Ways and means. SF1247. To create a bill of rights for hospital patients. Gluba. SF1248. To require food handlers to be free of certain diseases. Gluba. SF1249. To require public utilities to list advertising costs as being paid from profits anc not as a business expense. Ply- mat and four others, SF1250. To permit assessors to notify taxpayers of an in- crease on the assessor's roll bj regular rather' than certified mail. Ways and means. SF1251. To give the directoi of revenue authority io abate an income tax assessmenl after the 90-day appeal perioc has expired. Ways and means. Introduced in House HF1360. To require corpora- tions which own or lease lane used for agriculture or contract for keeping and feeding live- stock to file annual report; with the secretary of state. Ag- riculture committee. HF1361. To exempt part- time instructors at area school from the continuing contracts law. Daggett. IIF13G2. To exempt licensee sheep dealers from obtaining separate sheep scabies contro license. Agriculture 'committee. IIF1363. To increase the income tax optional stan- dard deduction from 5 to -10 percent and the maximum from to for a single person and lor a joint return by a couple..Harvey and Branstad. HF13G4. To prohibit civi actions by persons covered by against employers or fellow workmen's compensation employes for injuries sufferec on the job. Edelen and twi others. HF13G5. To provide for in- demnilicatipn up to of a -it person injured or damaged while seeking to prevent a criminal act or trying to appre- 1 hend a criminal. Cusack. HF136G. To make the stale director of general services re sponsible for having cigare and little cigar revenue stamp printed. State government com- mittee. IIF1367. To appropriate million to provide a cost of liv ing pay increase to stale cm ployes of 10 percent for thost earning less than a year and a year to those earn- ing more. Appropriations com mittce. HF13C8. To allow a county auditor to order the plaiting o replatting of property for as sessment purposes without ob- taining approval of the plat bj the city council. Knoke and Schroeder. HF13G9. To create the offici of district court administrator Judiciary committee. IIF1370. To appropriate million to area schools for new buildings and equipment. Ap- propriations committee. HF1371. To provide a dcatl benefit of lo the sur- vivor of corrections officer, killed as a result of crimina acts against them while thej are on duty, and pay legal ser- vices for officers accused o violating a prisoner's constitu- tional rights. Doyle and fou: others. 'ucsday with the 46 lo 2 bless- ng of (lie senate. The bill calls for the council o handle the state's energy iroblem and sets up an appro- priation of Mo operate lie council from the time the lill becomes law until June 30, 975. Members Listed It provides that the state geol- DISHWASHER REPLACEMENT CENTER MODEL QSD 861 Qonornl Eloclrlo can show you Ihla, Docauso wo Mnvo llm dlslmnshors thai will do Ihls. Iltm's Opon Mon. (Tlmrs.1119 106 2nd Avo. SW Phpno 363-0283 Opon Saturday ogist, secretary of agrieulturejHcpublican from each chamberjstatc officials named to commerce commission chair- with lite governor in (hc original bill man, civil defense director and environmental quality director will be members of the council along with two senators, two representatives and two public members. Presiding officers of the house and senate would appoint the legislators, which would be lim- ited to one Democrat and one (he two public members. The two public members would have to be confirmed by the senate1 along with the council director, who also be appointed by tint governor. The state comptroller was in- cluded among the five full-time the! bill {the senate voted, to 21, for an amendment (D-Algon, lary of Salary Fight j 3G to 12 Priobe's attempt to lower the1 Senator James Schaben (0- Priebe also lost an attempt to; One requirement in the Scha-jman Rodgcrs (D-Adel) calling nve the secretary of state ben amendment would require: for closing of Sunday busi- a year ceiling on the sal- ary that could be paid to the council director to was defeated, 30 to 17. Dunlap) successfully piloted! Schaben's amendment also calls for the council to evalu- ate the feasibility of coal gasi- v. ArthurNeu through an amendment, 26 lo 21.1 fcr 'hc PurPose of spelling out in more detail the! council's responsibilities. producing methane gas. An amendment by Sen. Extra care in engineering...it makes a big difference in small cars. for a small car wit ja a choice ot gas-saving engines? USAC Certified Test r-1'" Chrysler Corporation "Slant Six" engines got better mileage in city driving than IVIiistang Si's 4-cYlinder engine r >N You can get V-8 performance with better gas mileage than a 6. In recent tests conducted by the United States Auto Club, a Plymouth Duster and a Dodge Dart Sport equipped with a 318 V-8 engine actually got better gas mileage in city driving than a Nova equipped with a 6-cyfinder engine. You can get a gas-saving 6 that beat other sixes as well "as a "4? 'Tosls snncllonod nncl losults cotllllad by USAC. Tosls conduolod Jnnuiuy, 1974. "Pilcn compmlson bound on mnnulnclurors1 nungostod toinll pilco, bxcludlno dosllnallon ctiarQOB.donlor preparation nnd nlnto nnd (ocnllnxou. Optional wlillowall tiros nnd wtionl covoio oxlrn. Vinyl rool na Aliown on Plymouth Duslor, oxtrn. Aocont i >lilpoi> on DodQo Dim Spoil, oxliti. IMnlnlonnnco llnt-mtpa nnd pails list 010 oxlmclod liom 107.1 Clilllon'a Lnbor Gulilo and Pnils Mnnunl, Lnbor mlon bnsad on nnllonnl nvornao ol pn[ lioni. CHRYSLER CORPORATION OODOE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH DQDQE TRUCKS In the same tests, USAC certified that a Dodge Dart Sport and Plymouth Duster, equipped with a 225 Slant Six and a new standard 2.76 rear axle, got substantially better gas mileage in the city and on the highway than Nova or Maverick 6's. And they even did better than a four-cylinder Mustang II in city driving, and got comparable mileage on the open road. GAS-SAVING ENGINES PLUS... Dodge Dart Sport and Plymouth Duster are priced lower than Volkswagen's most popular have up to 20 inches more total hiproom than Maverick have mpre trunk space than 3 Pintos can seat one more passenger than Vega and have Electronic Ignition standard that can save you up to over competitive 6-cylinder engines like Nova's and, with our 318 V-8, up to over competitive V-8 engines like Nova's in the first miles alonet The answer is a small car at your Chrysler-Plymouth and Dodge Dealers' (Andyou can drive one home Dodge SEE ALL THE DARTS AT YOUR HB DEALER. SEE THE DDSTERS AND VALIANTS AT VOUR mm DEALER.   

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