Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 6, 1974, Page 68

Cedar Rapids Gazette

November 06, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4C T1m* Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., Nay $. 1974 |M^ 0 f rn    HH    g>    —^    AP    WirephotoDifferent Forms of Protests The National Farmers Organization (NFO) gave away 200 calves this week at the Kentucky state fairground in Louisville as a protest against high feed prices and relatively low cattle prices. Harold Foster shows off a calf he is hauling home in the back end of a station wagon. Foster said he will fatten the calf in his backyard, then have it slaughtered. GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS lUwv    lookkMfMf,    Gtfwoi    Mn nit'iou 0ai Wt* Bot Lated Ittow rat    391    821 I (*{utat»«o    Dip'    398    8333 Ro* Wvy Srt lam *7 p m. Sunday! Un'H 12 Noon Holdtyt ll om to/pm Mont Mi    398    8234 Mon thru In. lam to 5 pm. SaOu'day vntM 12 Noon D’vptty Adw»ftiMftg    398    H221 lorn lo 5 p rn Monon Off no    398    1434 tC?dttr JUpid* IOWA CITY OFFICE Is Located At 911 First Ave. To order your low cost wont od or subscribe to Eastern Iowa s family newspaper DIAL 338-8731 Mon. thru Sot.    9    a.m.    to    5    p.m. Dave Ackerman, District Mgr CLEARANCE 3-in-1 Seal-down Roofing 17,!“ l imited Quantity JUST ARRIVED!!! ill .New* in Soars llomt* Improrement Dept. Pre-Grouted Ceramic Tile and /-Brick I ho Irreal W ax- to Beautify \ our Home. CLEARANCE Heavy Duty Deluxe I0\2<F Patio Cover* Uniited I iiiftBH Oiiantitic- JI- fW CF I dialog price including freight 8272.25 Seville Bin h , kitchen Cabinets 25% int I* rec Estimate* NX lute \ In in i ii u in Awning* 20% lo 60% Off XliM eltaneoii*. NX bile they la-1. 1-in. Standard Railing 4—ft. Section 3#B 6-It. Section 0** I Vt in. Deluxe Railing 4-ft. Section 511 6-ft. Section ... . T** NX hill* Xliiminum Guttering MMI. Guttering Kugular * 1.29 ll 10-ft. 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Self-cleaning burner help-minimize formation of clogging lint ami carbon. Has 2-stage burner. $309.95,105,000 BTI Furnace 279.88 $339.95,150,000 BTI Furnace .    299.88 Turkey Processors Charged with Inflating Prices UPI Ptxrtos An estimated 150 farmers in central Minnesota staged a calf, cow, sheep and pig kill involving 300 animals this week. Two unidentified farmers hold a pig as Harold Gollner shoots it in the head with a 22 caliber pistol. The farmers are not affiliated with any farm organization. The animals were buried in a trench on the David Ondris farm five miles east of Pillager, Minn. SACRAMENTO, ( alif. (UPI) — A statewide consumer group has accused turkey processors of artificially inflat intr the price of the bird as the holiday season approaches. Roy Alper spokesman for the Ralph Nader-affiliated California Citizen Action Group, said wholesale prices of turkeys have Increased 20 percent in the past two weeks “vv ithoiit any dost justification.” Bu> Beef Alper who refused to name companies uhuh are manipulating prices, urged the turkey-buying public not to pay more than 49 cents a pound for Thanksgiv mg hens or 45 cents a |M»urid for toms. He said if the turkey price is not right, consumers should “buy beef or jxirk for holiday use." The group, composed of consumer activists, participated in a statewide meat boycott a year and a half ago and has led the fight for the reduction of milk prices in California. “Massi\<* Hoax” The group said that just before Thanksgiving last year the California turkey industry a a    fiji nu ti onnn nm&UMKFarm News attempted a "massive hoax" on consumers when it distributed "fraudulent market information ’ in an effort to drive turkey prices up to $1 IO a pound. ‘‘The turkey industr.v is beginning another market fraud on consumers this year. Alper said "Wholesale prices which were stable at 42 centi to 43 cents in August September and October have escalated to 50 cents per pound." The group said turkeys are in abundant supply this year with surplus birds being held in cold Storage. Cold storage poundage nationally according to the group, was 528 million pounds in September compared to 254 million pounds in 1972. ON THIS DATE in 1989, thousands of striking workers clashed with police in Milan. Italy’s largest industrial city. Sears 16-HP SS-16 Twin Lawn and Garden Tractor with Mower Sale End* Sal. 5:30 P.M.    $ave    g2*9 Regular SI709.901159" Home Improvement Specials . . . Save 8219. Hard-Working 16-HP Garden Tractor with .Mower Regular A 1509.90 1259' \uto-t vpe overhead valve engine prov ides plenty of power for optional year round attachments Electric key Mart. % . 239.95 279.95 V smooth running tractor thanks to opposed cylinder engine. Plenty of power tit run the full line of Sears optional year 'round attachments. Electric start, 6 speeds forward, 2 reverie. Save '20! Economical 3Vi-HP Shredder-Bagger *&£ 119«» Our 3M HP Shredder-Bagger has a small price but does a big job. Two-blade chamber. Complete with bagging attachment, 5 bags and a hopper curtain. $159.95,5-HP Shredder Bagger 8162.95, blee. 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