Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 29, 1974, Page 36

Cedar Rapids Gazette

October 29, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa |8 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., October 29, 1974 Financial and Market News Stocks Surge Upward NEW YORK (AP) — The' Damon Corp. was the Big stock market romped ahead Board volume leader, down I at Tuesday with some encourage-! Blent from a continued decline Growth sWfks rcgisU,ring in the bank prime lending rate.    ins includcbd jBM r'm    i    i    “P ™ at Vi; Burroughs, up average of .IO industrials was lip    » u „_.a a u OS Iowa interest LATE QUOTATIONS (From Lamson Brothers) Am. Ins. Fund    3 44- 3 76 Am. Rein.    '■’’•'UL" Bandaq    30    a Bonks of Iowa    20+-21 + Beatrice Foods    lf    * Conrac    ',’* Consolidated Foods    12+ FMIC    ,3’«- 3 I Guardsman ............. l’«-l 7/Jo Harnischfor ....... 21'    4 Hawkeye BanCorn    7+- 7+ Health Management Services I    -I' ia-c , ..rn „n    j    u    at.    84; Bausch    and Lomb, 39 55 at b;>3.39 and gainers held .    .    1V 01-t ,    6    .    , ahead IV at 31*4: and Motorola, a 3-1 lead over losers in acceler- 91 . ♦ jot ated trading on the New York 11 ^ h a Stock Exchange. THE NYSE’s composite com- A series of banks across the mon*s^H’k index jumped 1.03 to country announced Monday and Tuesday cuts to 1111 percent in 380/ At the American Stock Ex percent.    leader, wa Brokers noted expectations of a continuing decline in the ^*{fnhfaBrnc-3^ prime and in the free-market p!m’k0, ,    . .    .    .    ...    FlaPow 1.95 short-term interest rates which fi*pwl i.36 determine it. A good number of « Fair 20 rn    j    •    1    ,1    : FordM 3.70 investors Tuesday evidently fotmck .sa * ,    .    ' FrnklnM .43 were operating on the theory f+eeoM 1 so that downtrend would, sooner or Fruehf 180 later, create a flow of funds oaf cd 52 from interest-bearing invest- SIS '.44 ments into stocks.    8enE Analysts also pointed out that Sen mn! VI1 the market seemed to draw strength from its showing Mon- oifr'luol0 day,    when    the    Dow recouped    Gapeacco 80bC most    of a    sharp early loss in    the    SltrM5P?.30e face of some generally negative GlobalMaSr° economic news, particularly concerning the auto industry.    G?acelni 6o’° GrantW 30p it it +    G*A&p 45c "    ^    GtWnFin .44 GrGiant I 08 I • ... ,    Greyh 1.04a ' Cr W ii S    Grumm 60 ,    GulfOil 1.70 'St    Glfstut 1.12 Ups and NEW YORK (AP) WBB-The following H.,„.    ■ shows the    stocks that have qone od    the    GuifWn    90 most and    down the most based    on    GlfWlnd    wt percent of    change on the New Pork Stock  ---- Net d Herence    between yesterday's price and today's last price. 0    68.40. Houston Oil als, the Amex volume 1    up Us to 28:!s. 6 53 8 + 7+ 8++ + 12 18 35'z 34+ 35+ + 1 + 4 3 11 + ll7. 11 + 7 37 14+ 14+ 14+F + 6 36 16+ 16 + 16++ + 5 19 13+ 13+ 13++ + 4 7 4+ 4 + 4+— 'a 7 636 30+ 20+ 30++1 + 4 19 11 + ll 11 + IO 134 14+ 14+ 14 + + + 5 106 27+ 21 + 217 * 4 2? 17+ G 17 17's-f + 4 92 8 7+ 8 + '8 4 4 20 20 20 ■+• i a 14 89 22+ 21 + 22+ 4 16 15+ 15+ 15 + + + ll 468 36+ 36 36++ 7 a 8 63 19 18’e 19 + + 12 112 40+ 39+ 39++ + IO 1045 34+ 32+ 34 +2+ 5 129 IO7. 10+ 10*8 9 390 18 + 18+ 18++ 'a 4 16 12+ 12+ 12+ 4 18 4 + 4 4' • 9 39 28+ 27+ 28 +1 10++ ’ 2 7 ll 10+ 10+ ll 140 128+ 126 128++3+ 8 90 25+ 24+ 25'8+ '8 8 44 9+ 9+ 9++ + 6 57 20+ 10+ 70'.+ *8 5 206 14 + 14 14 - + 5 28 18' J 18+ 18+ 5 49 22 21*8 21+ + + 33 46 3+ 3 3 7 15 8 + 8 + 8+ 6 366 14 13' j 14 + + 5 7 IS 14*8 15 + + 6 94 IO7. 10+ 10+ 4 44 11+ 11 + 11 + + '« J 439 18 + 19 + 18++ ’* 7 21 11 + 10+ 11 + + + 4 94 20+ 20 20+ + + 49 4' a 4 4'»+ + Interstate P. Iowa Electric — Iowa-Ill, Gas John Deere Kiddo comm Kouffel & Esser Life Investors, Inc LTV CorD Minco comm Maytag McCord CorD. Mid America Mid-Continent, Miracle Ozark Paxall, Inc Quaker Oats Rath Rockwell Svntex United Fire ^.Casualty Urivar Victor Corr. Winnebago Ind no trades 9'J mn 41 1 4 9 + IO’ .-ll ‘4 4 + 5 + IO 25'i 19' 4 9, j 3 60- 3 93 Vs- 2 + 3+- 4'8 3 no trades 13'4 3’j 20 37 14 -15 15' .’ 5+ 4 Pasco Inc Penn Cent PennDix 24 Penney 1.16 PaPwLt I sn Pennzoil lb PepsiCo 1.40 Pfizer .76 PhelpD 2.20 Phiiatl I f>4 PhilipMo 80 PhiiiPet I aa PitneyB .60 Polaroid .32 PortGE 1.52 PPK Ind l .7o Proc! 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Name 1 Southdwn 2 Unit Inns 3 Gulf Resrc 4 DrPepper 5 Alison Mfg Name 1 MGIC Inv 2 Baker Ind 3 CNA Larwn 4 Litton ptcpf 5 Apeco Corp 6 GtWest Unit 7 Larwin M NEW PORK (AP) -Excnanoe selected late Sales closing Harris 1.20 HarteHk .20 HeclaM .50t Hercules .80 Heublein I HewltPk .20 HoernW 60 Hoff Elctm Holiday .32 HollvSuq 2 Homestk la Honywll I 40 HouseFin I IdahoP I 96 i IdealBasic I i lucent 1.30 New York Stock s imoCpAm prices: UPS Last Net Pct. 10+ + I7. Ud 22.4 3 + + Ud 14.3 9+ + 1 + UP 13.4 8+ + I Up 13.3 4 + + ' 2 Up 12.5 DOWNS Last Net Pct. 6' 2 — 1*8 Otf 200 6 — J, Off ll I I — + Off ll.I 4' ( — + Off 108 1 + — '. 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It*. 17 + + 5 75 9*4 9 + 9*4+ 4 6 1063 Q f+ 8+ ll 184 29 28 + 28*4 + 1 'a 6 25 9 + 9+ 9 4+ a 9 287 14+ 14 14+— a 3 i; 7 IO IO 10++ + 9 82 1+ I? 6?1 70* * 6' J 69+ 4. ?, 13 22 33+ 32+ 33++ 1 + 15 4 + A I — ' a A 105 10+ 10+ 10 + + + X Y-2 17 500 7+2 68' 2 71 *-7+ 5 610 12 TT+ 12 + '« ll 59 14'2 14 14++ + by The Associated Press 1974 Commodity Prices Rise CHICAGO (AP) — Farm commodity futures, under sharp liquidating pressure in recent days, rallied Tuesday. The weather was a strong factor in demand for commodities in the soybean complex as well as corn. At the close, soybeans were up the limit of 30, November 7.90; corn was IO higher, December 3.733»; Chicago wheat was 4 higher, December 5.14; Gulf hard red wheat was not traded; oats were nearly 6 higher. December I 84 * •_*. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO IAP) Wheat No. 2 soft red 5.01' .-n Tuesday; No. 2 hard red 5,C2n Corn Na 2 yellow 3.59n. Oats No 2 extra heavy white L81+’n. Sovbetns No I yellow 7.57'zn. C, R. Markets Prices paid on the Cedar Rapids hog market Tuesday were 25-50c lower. Prices paid Monday for the bulk of country and plant delivered butchers weighing 200 to 230 lbs., depending on grade and condition were $38.75-$39.50. Packing sows 300 lbs. down were $34 00-$34.50. Butchers over 230 lbs. are 50c off for each IO lbs., to 250; over 250, 75c for each IO lbs. to 270; over 270 lbs., $1.00 off for each additional IO lbs. of weight. Packers are 25c off    for each weight grade from 300-360 lbs., 50c off each weight grade to 500 lbs. and 75c off each weight grade above 500 lbs. CATTLE MARKET Choice and prime steers $38 00-540.CO Choice and prime heifers $37.00-539.CO Good steers    $37.00-539.CO Good heifers    . $36.00-539.00 Standard and utility steers    $33.00-535.00! Standard and utility heifers    $31.CO-$34 CO ! Beef cows    $15.00-$19 CO U i • I it v cows    515.00-519.00 Cutter cows    $15.00 $19.00 Commercial cows    $15.00-519.00 Bulls    $18.00-523.00 (Yield grade 4 overfat steers and heifers are discounted $5 per cwt. and yield grade 5 are discounted $10 per cwt.) (Wasty and gobbv overfat steers are $3 snd $5 less per IOO lbs. than reqular commercial cows.) SHEEP Choice to prime shorn lambs, 90-110 lbs., $35.00 538 00; choice to prime wool lr mbs, 90-110 lbs.. 532.CO-535.OO POULTRY Iowa live hens, light type prices on Commercial flocks too few to report. Offerings and trading lignt. Undertone generally steady. Small lot trading noted with prices af farm ranging from 2-4' :c, mostly 3 c. FEEDER CATTLE Tuesday's quotations from Lamson Bros. Clc*n Prey November    27.75    29.20 March    32+u    32.45 GRAIN No I yellow corn, $3.17. No I yellow soybeans, $7 25. 33 lbs oafs, $1.70. Friday price delivered. IOWA FARM EGGS DES MOINES The Federal-State Market News Services reported prices generally unchanged. Supplies adequate with light trading Undertone about steady. Dealer inventories up 11%. A large or better are 49 50c, mostly 5Cc. Grade A medium, 44-47c, mostly 45-46c O oar farm eqgs Grade A .arge O' better 37 43c, mostly 37 38c; Grade A mecium 2438c, mostly 28-3Cc; B large 24-23C mostly 24-28c OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA (AP) (USDA) — Hcqs: 6,000; barrows and alifs mostly SO lower, instance 75 eft, U S. 1-3,    203-250 lb 39 25-93.75. mostly 39.50-39.75. sows uneven, mostly steady; 280-6C3 lb 35 50-36.50 Cattle and calves 7,0;O; steers 25 50 lower, heifers weak to 25 lower, cows steady to 50 higher; load, choice with end prime 1C75 lb steers 4C.25; choice, *75-1,250 lb 3900-40.00; choice and prime, 950-LC80 lb heifers 39 50; choice, 350-L05C lb 38 25-39.25; utility and commercial ccws I8.50-2L50, a few utility dairy-breds 21.25. WEBSTER CITY LIVESTOCK WEBSTER CITY tAP) - Cattle 303; steers and heifers mostly steady; steer bulk 39.00-40.03, t-p 4C OO; heifers bulk 32.JC 38 SC, ten 38.50; ccws 16 00-20.50; bulls 18.03-24. CO Hods LOCO; butchers 50 lower; butcher bulk 38 5C 39.50 tcp 39 50; sows 50 fewer; sew bulk 35.00-35 50. top 35 50; fight, weight butcher boars LOO hiqher, 38 90; heavyweight bears steady 33.00. Wednesday estimate: cattle 25C LOCO. !! iirii-ACTnhto*.' i    »,A»Z* —City Briefs— J Campaign Trail Culver Brings Night Campaigning to C.R, 37.00-32 50- hogs 37+ 37*4 + *4 I aV A 2*4 — + an a 43 + + 2 IS7. IS1 a 18+ + *4 14' > 14 14’ a- 14 « 14 14 2 ♦ + 7' 19 19'- 9 87 a 8 + I 4 57 'J 57’ a 57" j + 1 + 15 4 15’ 15 + — '.'4 14>« 14 a 14+ 4n.. 4? 'a SO'.4 *. 17' 7 17 4 17*. 25 "a 74' 74+ + + + 4 A 16 + + 11*4 i a 3* + + ' a 73 23 73 + '*• 10+ ’O' IO7. + + it 13+ I 7*4 16 19 + 9 25+ 147* 31 + 34 6 n<9 6 31 8 18 8 40 8 ll 19 + 14*8 1» + 16*8 13 10+ 13+ 17 17+ 18+ 4+ 95+ 14V* 31 32+ 19+ 14 + 1**8 16 * 127. ll + * 13+— ’ 17+4 1 16 * ’ 19 F > *7*-- I 25+ l4*k— ’ 31+4 * 34 f)’ 19**4 14 + 18 + 4 16* . r 12+— Sales figures are unofficial Unless otherwise noted, rates of dividends In the foregoing table are annual disbursements based on the last quarterly or semi-annual declaration. Special or extra dividends or payments not des a nated as reqular are identified in the following footnotes a—Also extra or extras, b—Annual rate plus stock dividend c -Liqu'datma dividend e—Declared or paid in preceding I? months h Declared or naid afer stock dividend or split up k—Declared or paid tots year, an accumulative issue with dividends in arrears. n-New issue. P— Pant th,s /ear dividend om.tted, de terred or no achoo taken at last d vidend meeting r—Cedared or paid in precedmo 17 months plus stock dividend t Paid in stock in precedmo 12 months, estimated cash value on ex-dividend or exdistribution date I Sales in full _ cid Called x E* dividend v -F* dividend and sales in full x-dis Ex distribute *r—Ex rights xw -Without warrants ww-With warrants wd—When distributed en Amen issued od Next day delivery Produce NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK AP) (USDA; Wh'le ..Ilf poo offerings amole on loran and extra Wan A brut <>dauste on medium Demand fair Tuesday Wh de Fancy I r,-« sn n Fancy medium *8 61 Fancy smalls 43+7 Putter steady Greenery 93 71-71' 92 Score A 79+ 70 AA SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK SIOUX CITY (AP) (USDA) - Hogs 9 SCC, butchers 50-75 lower; U S. 1-3 , 200-250 lbs 39.50-39.75, sows steady to instances 2i lower, U S. I 3, 35C-550 lbs 35.50 36.00. Cattle 5,509; steers and hewers moderately active, steady to weak; steers choice and prime I,TCO lbs 41.00, choice 1,000-1,300 lbs 39 50-40.75; heifers choice a'd prime LOM lbs 39.CO choice 850-L1C0 lbs 23 00-38 75. JOLIET LIVESTOCK JOLIET, III. (UPI) — Cattle sales insufficient to establish market Hogs 1,200 , 25-50 lower, No L2 215 lb 41.50, No 13 2a 240 lb 40 50-41 00 No 2-3 240-760 lb 40 00-50 40. Wednesday estimated receipts:    3,000 cattle. 1.200 boas. Waterloo Mutts WATERLOO Butchers and sows were steady to lower Tuesday. Pack ink' plant delivery butchers, 200-230 lbs.. $38.00-$38.50 No. 2 sows, weighing 30') lbs.. $34.OO-$34.50. Iowa Mugs DES MOINES il'PI) - Interior Iowa-southern Minnesota |hogs: Trade active and demand good. Butchers mostly 50 cent-lower and sows are 'generally 2" cents lower. U.S. 1-3 200-230 lb butchers 38 00-38.75; 230-250 lbs 37.50-39.50; 250-270 lbs 36.75-38 00’ 270-300 lbs 34 50-37,50. US. 1-3 270-330 lb sows 33.50-34.25; 330-400 lbs 33.25-33 75; 400-450 lbs 32.75-33.25 450-550 lbs 31.50-33 OO Estimated receipts Tuesday 100,000; Monday 29.000; week ago 80,000; a year ago 56.000 POSTVILLE BEEF POSTVILLE The Perth villi* market Tuesday Quoted prices of choice steers $38 99 $40 OO; good steeds $34 09-$36 OO choice heifers $37 OO-$39 OO; o<xd betters $34 Of; $>6 90, utility cow .    $!9    09-124 OO. canners and cornm**-/ia! ccws $ 19 OO 574 OO, bulls $75 OO $77 OO CHICAGO GRAIN QUOTATIONS Furnished by Lamson Brothers I IVE3TCCK FUTURES ;AGO (AP, ■sd ii 8 23> 103+ 10’''j 103++2+ ju|y 6 61 14+ 13+ 13+- ’ 14 7 J 4 69 ft rn 4    9 3 *16 3 * ! 3 5 4271 F A 14? . A 20 4    4 96 6 198 9 124 4 S 6 475 15+ 25 7 14N 7? 4 22 + 10+ 21 + 28+ 74+ 22+ 7+ 66 7+ 3 « 15+ 23+ 7+ CORN December 5++ I I 7?++3+ March 23+F + 20+ f + 10++ + 72 4-1 29 + + Va 74++ + 23 + + 1+ + May July GATS-December March 68++ 2+ M»y SOYBEANS 23++1 November i' 4— V* 7 n*    January , 'ti % Marth 25 4 p , May ?+— ’ha I 14 + + + ; Jiny OPEN HIGH LOW CLOSE PREV U S-T 6' » 5.18 5 05 S. 14 5 11 5.>5’ 2 5 37 5 24 5 31 5 JO 5 3/ J 5 40 5 28 5 if £.17 4 92 4 96 4.85 A 95 4 ti'. 3 6? 3- 73*4 3.63 + 3 73 + 3 64 3 80 3.84 3 ll 3 84 3 74 3 83' i 3 87+ 3 81 3 87+ 3 77 3 84 J 89' / 3 81 + 3 89 j 3 7V I 81 * I 85 I 81 I 84+i I VV 1.16 I f8 I 85 I 83 1,8/ 1.88+ I 90+ I 87 4 I 90 * I 84 1.11 a I 90 I /I 7 90 / tea 7.94 8 0 / I 87 8 07 7 7/a 8 05 a 8 18 2 Vt 8 IS 7.88*1 S. 15+ 8 28 8 IC 8 78 7 98.1 8 22 8 33' 2 8 14 8 33’ a 8 94 Live Bi Decembei Fehrgary April June August Live Hogs Der e mber F eb'uarv April . June July Auoust r'rtCbrr Decemb'r f Cattle Future1 Close a41 07 a 41 95 41 65 47 65 42 $0 atwo a43 95 43 14 45 TO 44 35 45 OO h4i 4$ a45 ‘7 tradtnq Prey 42 0? 43 00 49. sn 43 SS 43 25 43 25 4:. SO 44 65 46 4 5 47 AO b4A 50 44 30 4A 30 FROZLN POR* BELLIES ly's oucfations from I *mur Story Hour — Weekly story hour for preschoolers will be given Wednesday from 1:15 to 1:35 pm at the Edgewood branch of the library. Halloween costumes arc in order. *    *    * Bazaar. Lunch, Dinner October 30th, Trinity Methodist Church, 3rd Ave. and 5th St. S.W. IO to 7—Adv. ♦    *    ♦ Table Taken — Mulford Acraine, 3212 Wilson avenue SW, Monday reported an end table valued at $103 taken from his residence. ♦    *    * Shampoo living room $11.95, bedroom $8 95. Diamond Carpet 366-6226—Adv. ♦    *    * Jack Taken    —    Kaye Keister, operator of the Vernon Vilage 66 service station. 3349 Mt. Vernon road SE, Monday reported a hydraulic jack, a tire wrench, a spark plug, a ratchet, and a breaker bar taken from the business. The items were valued at $287. ♦    * * Reminder to Senior Citizens: Last day for filing claims for property tax and rent relief is Oct. 31. Anyone needing claim form, please call Senator Tom Riley’s office—366-5681. Paid by Sen. Tom Riley.—Pol. Adv. ♦ ♦ * Chains Taken — Tom Bowler. of Bowler Construction, Inc., 93 North Center Point road. Hiawatha, Monday reported twoj chains valued at $145 and a battery valued at $40 taken from his dump truck while parked at Kennedy high school. Two win-! dows on a backhoe owned by Bowler were broken. Damage to | the windows was estimated at $200. *    *    * Re-elect Maurice Hennessey, State Representative 22nd District—Democrat. Paid by Maurice Hennessey.—Pol. Adv. *    *    * Mr Perfect Hairstyling. Open Wednesday Evenings starting Nov. 6. — Adv. ♦    *    * Learn Hair Styling, day or evening classes. Visit or write Young School    of    Beauty, 366- 0469.—Adv. * * * Money Missing — Russell Carne, 114 Third street SW, Monday reported his wallet containing $50 cash, credit cards and his driver’s license taken from a locker at the Central YMCA. 500 First avenue NE * >k * Experience Counts—V’ote Eugene Kopeckv. Democrat. County Attorney. Paid by Tom Shea. —Pol Adv. ♦    *    * Breakin Discovered — Kenneth H. Butler, supervisor of Cedar Rapids Merchandising Co.. Inc., Monday reported $35 taken from a safe and $30 taken from a truck parked inside the building. ♦    *    * Rent Amana Radarange from Buresh Rental 7 days a week. - Adv. *    *    * Camera Club — Cedar Rapids Y camera club will have a potluck supper Thursday at 6;30 p.m. in the Keen Teen room of the YMCA. Sylvan Dawson will give a slide program on top winners in the 1974 Invitational. *    *    * Hickory smoked barbecued ribs, shrimp and chicken, served Wednesday, 6 to 9 p m Stiekney’s Scoreboard, Marion. ! —Adv. ♦ * Evy’s Lounge: Halloween Parti Wed. prizes. Marilyn and Tony; Fri Blair Thorn Trio I Next to Paramount Theatre. - Adv * * * Williams’ Father Dies — Richard L. Williams, 70. of Paramount. Calif., father of Richard Williams, conductor of the Cedar Rapids Symphony (Orchestra, died Sunday in Paramount of cancer. Services and burial will be Thursday in Paramount. The family suggests that friends may, if they wish, donate to the American Cancer Society, care of Mercy hospital, Cedar Rapids. *    *    * Filet Mignon, potato, crisp salad, rolls, butter, $2 95 Steak-land Pizzeria. 4002 1st Ave N E Adv. *    *    * A Countv Attorney must be qualified for vigorous prosecution. Vote Richard D. Raemon candidate    for    Linn County    At torney.    Paid    by    Layman    for Linn County Attorney Cain * a:gn - Pol. Adv, *    *    * Player Taken F M Haden-feldt, 120 Florida avenue SW. Monday reported a tape deck and four speakers taken from his residence The items were valued at $120 Breakin Reported Rachel Eutsler, 3045 Carroll drive SF, j Monday reported a tape recorder. five tapes and $20 cash taken in a breakin at her resi-j donee. The items were valued at $147. *    *    * Come out    to    the World’s Largest Garage Sale, sponsored bv the WMT Stations for Camp Courage. Place: Exhibition Hall! at Hawkeye Downs, Nov. I and 2 ... 9 a rn. to 9 p.m.—Adv. *    *    * Rest Rental Rents The Best. -Adv *    *    * Ideal household items: bar supplies, portable and furnace: type humidifiers, dustpans, 6 and 7” china dishes, polyester pant suits, portable space heat-! ers, oil fired, handy grease guns, and copper fittings for do-1 it-yourselfers. 8-5 weekdays. Intertrade Limited, 1073 Rockford Rd. SW.—Adv. Ray in C. R.: iowa No. I In Agriculture Gov. Robert Ray and State Sen. Tom Riley exchanged com-p I i rn e n t s before a Geneva Towers audience Tuesday in their campaigns for re-election and Second district congress-1 man, respectively. Riley introduced Ray “as one of the most constructive governors who has ever occupied the office,” and Ray, seeking an unprecedented fourth term, returned the compliment by describing Riley “as one of the most articulate spokesmen we’ve ever had.” Ray said/ Riley is a citizen who not only is willing to do something “about cur problems” but “gets things done” about them. The two Republican can-d i d a t e s addressed approximately 125 senior citizens including some who came from Meth-Wick Manor to the Geneva Tower building. Ray said Iowa now ranks as the number one agricultural state in the nation, taking over as having greater cash receipts from its farm produce than California “which has edged us out the last few years.” The governor said Iowa has a good blend of agriculture and industry and has reached the point where its population is siabilizing with jobs being found for young people so they no longer have to leave the state. Ray said his administration has been looking for ways to reduce taxes to give senior citizens on fixed incomes “a break”. He said that the average state property tax millage has been reduced from 51.5 to 41.5 since he became governor, the sales tax has been removed from food items, the personal property tax is being phased out. the livestock tax has been repealed, and there have been changes in the inheritance and income taxes to benefit older people. Moreover, he said, the state is spending less today tnan the legislature appropriated f o r 1973-75 and that it was able to pay the Vietnam war bonus in cash — when after previous wars it was necessary to issue bonds repayable over a long period of ti mo at interest. He said these are all anti-mflationary measures. The governor visited the Wilson and Co. packing plant and ate lunch in the cafeteria there before leaving for Manchester in the early afternocn. No Basi$ for Di$crimination Complaint: HUD No basis has been found for complaints of race discrimination in the bidding process that awarded contracts for construction of a housing project to a Des Moines company The company, Oak Hill Manor. Ltd.. is now building the units on land bound+d by Eleventh and Fifteenth streets and Twelfth and Fourteenth av-enues SE The apartments will be rented by low-income elderly persons After the contract was awarded, an architect for one of the five unsuccessful bidders filed the complaint with the Kansas City office of the department of housing and urban development tHI’D). The complaint claimed blacks wen* excluded from participation in the Oak Hill project and the city handled the bidding procedure incorrectly. An investigation of the com plaint began in June. Tuesday, tho city council was informed by HUD no grounds to support the claim were discovered. By Frank Nye Night workers in Cedar Rapids, the people who keep the city running during the last hours of one day and the wee hours of the next, got a chancel to meet a candidate in the flesh Monday and Tuesday. Congressman John Culver, who initiated night campaigning} in Des Moines last week, car-; ried his campaign for U.S. senator to his home town of Cedar Rapids Monday-Tuesday. Culver, the Democratic candidate, started his all-night tour at Mercy hospital at 7:45 p.m. Monday and wound it up at 5 a.m. Tuesday. It took him to the Special Problems Center, which works with individuals having drug-related problems, to bowling alleys, all-night restaurants, the Wilson Packing plant, Iowa Manufacturing Co., Coe college and WMT radio stations, St. Luke’s hospital and Land-O' Lakes Dairy, among other places. Hearty Welcome He was given a hearty welcome everywhere he went, catching late snookers by sur-orise as he went from bocth to booth or table to table in eating places. A t Legion Lanes, Cedar Rapids Bowl and Jubilee Lanes. Culver went alley to alley and along the snack bars, greeting bowlers and asking for their support at next Tuesday’s election. Invariably, he ran across old friends, like Allen “Slippery” Glass who he used to work at the Culver Motor company, operated by his late father, William Culver. Football Foes Or individuals who played football with or against him when he was fullback on the Franklin high team, like a man at Mercy who came up to Culver and said with a grin, “I played for Clinton against you when you were at Franklin, and you gave me all kinds of trouble.” He also was approached at Mercy by Mr. and Mrs. Reif Kenjar of 87 Fourteenth avenue SW. They reminded him that back in the late Sixties he had made it possible for them to get entrance to the United States from Germany to join his father. Arif, in Cedar Rapids. Another place Culver visited was the main Cedar Rapids fire station, where he was informed another old school buddy was working at No. 7. It was quite a night with many people saying it was the first time any candidate ever had visited their place of business during the wee hours. At 5 a. rn. Tuesday, Culver was scheduled to take a plane to I Clinton to do some plant gate campaigning but foggy weather thwarted those plans. Job Loss Fear Needless: Birchard A candidate for Linn county treasurer said Monday she would hire competent, capable people regardless of sex. Republican candidate Sister [Genevieve Birchard, speaking 'at a coffee at the Ivor Stanley residence, 3110 Terry drive SE. also said present employes need not fear losing their jobs if they are capable and efficient. “Presently in the motor vehicle department of the treasurer's office there are no women in positions of authority and the treasurer has publicly stated that authority is more respected coming from a man,” she said. “I tctally disagree with this statement.” Two Cases Sent to Linn Grand Jury Two people appeared in magistrate's court and were bound over to the grand jury following preliminary hearings. Kerry Vifian. no address, was bound over Friday on a charge of possession of a controlled substance. She is charged with possession of marijuana on Sept. 28. Craig M iller, route two, Marion, was bound over Monday on a charge of drunk driving. He was arrested Sept. 27. Grand Jury To Hear Linn Marijuana Case Scop Chadima. 401 Red Fox road SE. waived a preliminary hearing Monday and was bound over to the grand jury on a charge of possession of a controlled .substance. He is charged with possession of marijuana on Oct 24 Assault and Battery Charge Is Dismissed A charge of assault and battery against Sheryl Davis. 1409 Bever avenue SE, was dismissed in magistrate’s court on request of the complaining witness. She was charged with assaulting Billy Conrad on July 9. Czech “Sister Oily” Planned by C. R. The Cedar Rapids city council is trying to establish a ‘‘sister city” relationship with Plzen. Czechoslovakia. A resolution extending the invitation to th/* European city will be introduced at Wednesday's city council meeting. The city was chosen because it is similar in size to Cedar Rapids, and because of the Czech heritage here. The “sister city” program is designed to fit in with the bicentennial plans in Cedar Rapids. G. R. Junior High Open Houses Tonight Parents of students in the six Cedar Rapids junior high schools are invited to attend open house Tuesday evening. Franklin. McKinley, Roosevelt, Taft, and Harding will begin open house at 7 p m., with Harding music and band I parents invited to go at 6:30 p.m. Wilson will hold open house from 5:30 p m. until 8 p rn. Cornell Answers Petition Filed by Ousted Student Cornell college. Mt. Vernon, filed papers in Linn district court Tuesday alleging there were reasonable grounds for believing Jonathan Foster may have been abusing drugs and thus constituted a threat to himself and others. The allegation was contained in an answer to a petition filed bv Foster, challenging his indeterminate suspension, which followed the arrest of him and three others after a search of their rooms by police. Foster 20. Norwich. NY. was charged with possession of marijuana. LSO and cocaine, with intent to deliver on Oct. 14. He contends he was suspended without a hearing, in violation of is constitutional rights of due process and equal protection under the law. Circumvention He contends that although the college states that his snspen-sion is for health reasons, that reason is being used to circumvent the usual hearing process. The collie replied Tuesday that Foster had agreed by im plication when he enrolled at the college that he would com{>-ly with all reasonable rules. Resasonable rules concerning drugs, it went on, have been equally applied to all individuals who in the judgment of the administration posed a reasonable . inference that their use or abuse of drugs may constitute a threat to themselves or others. Not Disciplinary The colleges’s answer states that the suspension was not disciplinary and was not based on infraction of college rules, which are provided with established judicial procedures. The answer and a separate motion ask that a temporary restraining order, allowing I Foster to remain rn college while the case i1 pending, be dissolved The motion alleges several items required by Iowa law in injunction suits had been omitted in the petition against the [college. Accused Woman Commits Suicide ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (UP!) - A 22-year-old woman accused of setting a Sept 9 nursing home fire that killed seven persons was found hanged early Tuesday in her jail cell. Sheriff Jack Fleck said Debbie Withrow hanged herself with a headband borrowed from another woman inmate. Her body was found by an inmate who alerted officials through tin* jail interrncom system. ;

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