Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 7, 1974, Page 32

Cedar Rapids Gazette

May 07, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa DAYS MINNEAPOLIS. Minn (UPI) — Four milling firms Tuesday confirmed they had dropped the price of flour sold to supermarkets by 12 percent just as the wage and price controls ended General Mills, Pillsbury. Peavey and International Mul* lifoods cut their prices due lo changes in wheat prices and prospects of a bumper crop The price cut was $2 411 cents l«*r hundredweight sold to distributors, Jerry Jenko, General Mills associate counsel, said Red Owl stores, based in Minneapolis, said consumers would see alxiut a 20 cent drop in a 10-pound bag in “about two weeks Hess Again Asks For His Freedom MINICH (CIM) - Former Nazi Deputy Fuehrer Rudolf Hess, serving a life sentence for World war ll war (rimes, again has ap|M*aled to the throe Western allies and the Soviet Union for his freedom Hess’ lawyer. Alfred Scull. said he asked for the old Nazi s release for humanitarian and juridical reasons. Hess turned KO April 20 in the Spandau war crimes prison in West Berlin where he is serving a life term. Enjoy extra spending money f)rder a want ad' .,j«| JOHN’S MILITARY ACADEMY Mari rtas bloused Aith tho ability to overcome his tailings arid weaknesses through education, a meaningful education consisting of leadership, integrity, spiritual development, physical fitness, as well as academic proficiency • Interdenominational — Grades 7 through 12 • Mon eve — Wed eve., May 6-8, John Richardson, Director of Admissions, will be af the Roosevelt Motor Hotel, U S 151 & State 149 at 201st Ave , N E. —364-4111. DELAFIELD, WIS. 53011 PHONE: 414/645-3311 People with a need to reach other people do it easily, conveniently and economically through the Person-to-Person Communicators ... the Want Ads! Now, the Gazette offers you a special, low family rate to sell those usefull but unused items. We invite you io use this new consecutive day rate to sell any and all of those extra items around your home. It’s an PLEASE READ Non-Commercial Only Items ‘For Sale’... Each Listed and Priced. Not Acceptable In “Ifs Sale Time” Classification No. 80 Total Value of Advertised Items Not to Exceed $200 excellent time for you to discover the unbelievable power of Gazette Want Ads . . . and put some extra cash in your pocket at the same time. Give us a call and let one of our friendly Ad visors help you word your ad for quick results. In no other way can you reach almost a quarter million people each day ... for 4 consecutive days ... for only $3! Cancel At Anytime- (Sorry No Refunds) Each Additional Line Only $1.00 For 4 Days Order your family Action-Ad Tomorrow Write your complete ad and mail it together with check or money order to: Gazette Want Ads, P. O. Box 511, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406 TO ORDER YOUR Person-to-Person Family WANT AD AL 398-8234 8 to 5 Monday Thru Friday . . . Until I 2 Noon Saturday TOLL FREE! lf you normally pay a toll charge use the Gazette want ad toll free number. Dial... 800-332-7976Flour Companies Decrease Price The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., May 7, 1974Candidate in Texas Backs TV Hangings AUSTIN, Texas (UPI) - The death penalty Is a deterrent to crime, says Odell MeBrayer, a Republican candidate fur governor, and televised executions would be even better “I think if we put some teeth in our laws and implement them properly we can prevent a lot of crime.“ he told a news conference “We need to make sure capital punishment is enforced and get it out in the open so more people who are contemplating committing a crime would be deterred. “One of the problems of crime is that the public is not aware of the penalties." See. Hear. Smell Someone asked MeBrayer ut this point how he. as governor. would make the public more aware of capital punishment The candidate answered "Televise it. “I guarantee if the public could see. hear and smell the awfulness of the electric chair, there would bo less crime," he said “When my dad was a little boy there was a hanging on the courthouse square where he whole community could set* it " MeBrayer said any person convicted of murder or rape should be executed. He also said he prefers hanging to the I electric chair as a means of capital punishment I nderdog “I know that sounds horrible, but hanging is not near as heinous as the electric chair. f You see a person burned to , death, you don't want to step in a fire." MeBrayer is one of two can* I didates seeking the Republican gubernatorial nomination He is the decided underdog to Jim Granberry, a former mayor of Lubbock. MeBrayer said his platform is based on Christianity, and noted, “They stoned them to death in the Old Testament as a direct command " Con 11 im nicatlons IT’S F ERE! LINES DOLLARS ;