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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Million Surplus Combination The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., July 11, 1974 By Harrison Wi'bt'r DES MOINKS Tins has almost hcen an unhc- year for collections. To illustrate. :i jcar legislative Fiscal Director (ierry D Rankin was predict- ing 2i! ur.er.cujr.b'.'resi bslanre in the stale treasury of SIUU million on June 30 of this year. His critics said he was over- estimating thai ine econ- omy was going !o level off. So what happened1.' The stale winds up with a balance of million. Rankin. who had been up- ping his revenue estimates pe- riodically throughout the year, says revenue for the 12-month period just ended totaled of Income, Sales Taxes, Investments Harrison Weber million, an increase on 22.2 percent over a year ago. (iruHth Hate Political o b s e r v e r s and economists find this hard to believe. Alter all, lor years the stale's economic growth rate was only 5 to b' percent. The bubble really burst a year ago when individual in- come tax collections sky- rocketed by 215 percent. That trend has continued, in- dividual income tax IKUIS ihis year are up another 20.6 percent. Individual income tax col- lections for the year ended VI71, g million compared to million the previous year. Sales tax collections have also been on the up-swing, million thi.s year com- pared to J218 million last year, an increase of lli.fi per- cent. Highest Interest A third major reason for the increase in revenue can be traced to the state's in- vestment of idle funds. Inter- est earned iast year came !o million. highest ever A year state only c.i.'nrii ttl million in ih'elr-I on ils (wie reason for Ihe big in- crease. Kankm sari, is be- cause the state is getting 1! pern .v. interest M; .-iiiii'- K money through "repurchase agreements." liankin, like so many of liiday's fiscal doo.-'ift knniv what tomorrow will bring. He's fcarhil tliat larm- ers. especially those lecdiiu In ('Stock, may be on lilt U'lgc of a (iepn-isioii. "You hear so many horror j stories alxnit farmers feeding i cattle and At today s i livestock prices there is no I'.ay a iarrm-r feeding TS3-a- rO'p on said. "V. already six mon'lis into year and a lot o: rarmers have lost a ton." This prompts Kankm to spocula'e that n-fuiuls or: iiuii- income lax are lo be up thi.s year, as. much as S2'i million, from to-s.iiil million. He looks lor a Sri-Jit many fanners 'o file the state will spend over S! how much of this increase can The state's unencumbered What about next year? 'j a" t) I A n c c o: fiii'n'' i" i i i I.nerp are so many unknown aia lormula js pcgsoa to tunds plus surplus, has grown faclors a[ lhjs u fc Ran. rc'vci.ue: -.-.iin i.p. uy Mi miihon paM >ear. kln k ahou. a wams a few 'o 'h'.rik lunation." said Kaiirim, which means he'll probably "obviously is the reason." have an estimate in a report Kut the state's fiscal director scheduled to be released next Stanley Woman In Hospital After Three-Car Crash! WATERLOO One person: was hospitalized following a! three-car accident Tues'lay at (he junction of highways 20 and 57. Sylvia Zabriesky, 81. Slanlcy, suffered a broken ankle and erations alter the car in' which] she was riding turned in front of a car traveling in the opposite direction. The car. driven by Mariam Eugiene James, 60. Stanley, turned into the path of the vehi- cle driven by Sally Jo Connor, 32, Waterloo. The collision forced the James car into a third car driven by, Lois Jean Martin, 46, Waterloo. Another passenger in the James car, Belle Morgan, 73, Oelwein, was treated and at- Allen's hospital and released. All three drivers and two other passengers in the James car were also taken to the hos- pital, with minor lacerations and bruises, but were not admit- ted. Waterloo police officials! charged Mrs. James with fail- ure to yield the right of way. Blaze Destroys Vacant School HILLS An old schoolhouse west of here on the Paul Neuzil farm burned to the ground Wednesday night. j Hills firemen received the: alarm about midnight and; fought the blaze in the aban- doned structure for several hours. A barn fire earlier this week on 'the Felton farm near Hills remains under investigation. Arson is suspected in both cases, fire department spokes- men reported. EslablistieTfn" 1B83 Gazitte Co. and published dolly and Sunday at 500 Third ove. SE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52-106. Caoids, Iowa. week. 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