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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 10 The Ctdar Rapids Gazette: Thurs.. Aug. 29. 1974 Big George! Virgil Partch Time To Air Diverse Opinions on Economy By John (uiinili VUliK (AIM In a srru's of hilt1 ScpU'inlH'i1 riinlVreiKTs. I'rcsiilcnl Kuril sci-k Uu- anil-inflation larkt-il u-- ioii on par! and thu ml) mai'kt-K brrii iiivt-il to hiirriin irmii il arm i tin- I'l'i'Milcni liki'h will liau- M-mvd a lual if nut iTiiiiiiiiiif -Inn I'X i.ii To "clarif> tin1 prest'iil rionumii funditiun of Ihi- na- (iuu. To identify the causes of inflation. Tu eunsiiler "neu antl lealisiii" iullatiun it's Iraiuls. Tu define "hardship areas" needing quirk alien- lion, lu ilrtriup a vuiiseiisus. If these are (he ijiieMions in he ansvvereil. tln-n it is ohuiins that (hose now in power feel that little has heretofore been answered or inaylie even nil- Perhaps the easiest yiial will lie to elarify the eeoiiuinu- i-un- ililion. On that there appears lu he a consensus the the entire trading world, is in a precarious eondiliun because uf inflation Till' all Ihi-v- nations is thai mine of the al- lernatne- open lo them is Furfhvr inflation imnlit lead t" collapse lint needed restraint could put economies into a tailspin also A lariie and nuinlier of aeinlcinies business economists and ulher oil- scncrs believe factors beyund domestic control are largely John Cunniff responsible fur risins! iirices, aiiil lint tin- curt- i-.ii't tu tlirsr.i people nut uf work and depress business Hut, whatever ecuiiuniic answers can be developed, they probably won't be any more important to some people than tin- icchnt! that Washington is is tryini; tu unders- tand and does care. "It's nu'reK a niallur uf America is muted behind preuuiish smothered suites. Arthur I'.unis. the Fed i-liair- lions, upinions, fnislralmns uf man. who steadfastl> ami so main to be aired say coiiraLieoiisly Ihe adininis- adheres tu a relatively Iraliun the ei-iinuiiiie dialog money policy as a delcrraiil to was and. It was unproductive, inflation The climate was unreccplhe to The President will hear new ideas, and those people respected individuals vvilh sumelhins; to say u'ot no DISCOUNT DISCOUNT THE GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! SMALL OAR HEADQUARTERS BOB ZIMMERMAN When you really neecf a car. Over 300 Car Truck DISCOUNT CLEARANCE THEY MUST BE You'll never see prices this low again. 1975 prices will be approximately 8% higher. 10A T'ie Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sun.. Jnl.T 21. 1974 You'f Yever See Prices This LOW Price Hike For 1975 Fords eight percent! present 1974 model Service approximate! DETROIT The Ford Motor! higher than Co. plans to raise prices on 1975 models an average of eighti During the 1974 model year; percent, or about on its! Ford raised its prices an" un-1 average car at about the time'precedented, six times for a the automaker plans to in-; total of S522 or 11.1 percent on troduce new models next! its average car and truck. September. The letter was the first indica-j Ford's intention to putition of how large the price in-j .hrough the increase was dis-j creases on the 1975 models! dosed in a letter to Fordi would be. All automakers dealers throughout the country. I Ford, General Motors, Chrysler! The letter said that "1975 American Motors havej passenger cars will reflect 'ad-'said that they expect vance billing prices' that are price increases next fall. j in i Culve) Nixon of the; rjuriri EXAMPLES 74 PINTOS 74 MUSTANG II'S 33 MAVERICKS 43 PICKUPS 32 TORINOS 29 FORDS 74 Pinto 2 door Sedan No. 1634 74 Mustang II 2 door No. 1739 74 Maverick 2 door No. 1271 74 F! ton with factory air. No. 1516 74 Torino 2-door. H.T.No. 1552 74 Galaxie 500 4 dr. Factory Air. 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