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J r Friday November 3 The Utah Statesman Paae2 'smmm rj 1 978 Economic developments show change ash MTON CarterAt’rushed I W President to the aid of the battered I b actions in dollar With eluding higher interest rate' plans SJO billion in foreign ter borrow monev and increase in L h gold sales The Federal Reserve Board s kev interest rate the distount rate was raised bv an almost un percent to 9 5 pretedented that signaled new a high percent vet another increase in interest rates throughout the economv 1 he dollar was stronger todav on and Asian monev European markets following Carters an nouncement The dollar opened t 1 then against Japanese ven 18b 025slipped 'en back to close at s close of compared to VVednesdav 17H HO In London at mid morning the dollar was at about $1 9860 to the pound compared to "ed nesdav s dose of $2 01 The mid morning level of Uindon gold prices was $222 875 compared to the ednesdav close of $225 PRICh s In a W HOLES ALF mav worsen m sign that inflationwholesale prices coming months jumped bv 0 9 percent in October month for the second consecutive 7 led bv a percent gain in wholesale food prices the same advance as in September Prices rose sharplv for gasoline home 1 ttires soap and heating ml and beverages clothes detergents and leather shoes of INTERIM RATES Manv commercial or s mat the nation banks moved to boost their prime second time in lending rate for the less than two weeks Following Chase Tuedav s move bv nation Bank the Manhattan third largest bank the banks raised their prime rate from 104 percent It was the 11th to 10 percent the large time this vear that commercial banks have raised the which is what thev prime rate and best charge their largest cominpri lal customers Survey states people favor similar policies CHIC(d lAP) fVrwM who favor abortion also tend to favor capital punishment and other social policies which have low regard a California for human life psvi hologrst said Tuesdav This attitude he said also is refits ted in their personal lives in the wav thev treat themselves Dr amerson draws his Paul conclusions from a questionnaire studv of 2 2 M persons ages 12 to starting in 197b and continuing through this summer in Maryland Michigan and California where he is on the facullv of the Ciraduate School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary m Pasadena He reported his surev at a on in Chicago symposium psychological aspects of abortion sponsored bv the department of of shsutrtcs and gynecology Ixivaol I niversitv s Siritch School of Medicine and discussed it m and mterv lew VHOUH ANTI INH AT ION AM President Carter C expressed tonfideme the working people of America will support his voluntary age and price guidelines despite U) the opposition of President (eorge Meanv and he f appealed for a mass outpouring public support for the plan named Carter Meanwhile Douglas ostle chief of the hn ironmental IVotection Agent v to C C anti inflationary an head Regulatory Council formed to coordinate the development of government regulations and make them more efficient and less t nst LAKER lanucrsuDi - - AltA PASSENGER SERVICE London prices foiling down Wil(p a H have Ihn sav ing for months that turkev up this fall pru es would perhaps bv 10 to IT jjercent from a year ago and mav lx more for cer tain kinds of birds Hut Tuesdays M) V report brought the shortage into sharp r foe us Sn'c P N - settle f ' r taiklers raihr than gobblers with their dress ng and rranterr' sauce The' this Thanksgiving Vgru ultue I ) partmt nt sav s t here art n t enough lurk vs to g Americans I o Dailydirect flights LAto London Hundreds of seats available 0 For information call (213) seat availability call (213) dea ed 3C' 84 Se iferl ng pounds v Ma tr cT’ur® lrpprd m tt o lar Late' e w 646-965- 0 A U5 Anp es CA 9 HaEse i! ng Mix prduted that N(ivmhtr shupf rs Th t irkev suppiv than adequate mal needs ' AIRWAYS Cka 31 rk Anencan Eit ess w nsdiv r Hut has I A reported tolT million pejunds of frozen lurk vs h Id m cold storage w arehous s as if s pt 0 a unfit because of public homosex ualitv or advocacy of homosexual! tv Critics sav the proposed law would damp a tight lid on teachers rights to speak out in support of civil rights for homosexuals m or out of the class room Advocates sav such rights are outweighed bv tho se of parents Coming nearly 10 years after a New ork (Tty bar riot signaled the beginning of the gav rights movement Proposition 6 will be the first statewide test of public sentiment on a right rebuffed bv voters in Fven if it goes up slightly that doesn t mean we have enough aid Stanley Prochaska informa tion director of the department s Agricultural Marketing Serv ice Supermarkets mav not actually run out of turkev s he said in stead it s likely the low supply and traditional high demand will send prices rising convincing shoppers to plav down tradition this Thanksgiv mg Department economists have 11 LOOKING FOR A DESIGN CAREER THAT OFFERS CHALLENGE AND OPPORTUNITY WITHOUT LEAVING THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST SEE YOUR PLACEMENT CENTER FOR AN APPOINTMENT nt HYST-- ll !T3 f'L—1i aivtjcJi OPPOnrumrvfMciorEs each of six quesum Cameron reported ifc results were the same In addition to finding that the is a strong positive eormeua between favoring abort EX favoring capital punuhment survey also found a relation!!® between the proabortion ittw and willingness to Me life minaled for the hopelenh 1 favoring legalization of mime and killing defective mfuiu a tf birth of respect for theasera among those who favor ibora was shown Cameron said a m more use of tobacco and mat frequent regular use of drip i this group poultry due to high prices of nd turkev producers cr meat suddenly gear up for the end of year since "production n tit round now not like it was veers ip w hen t here d be a big slaughter at in the vear Prochavkaid I he I si) lien ‘a marketing Novendier said thee irjl tiful supplies of broier eggs fresh apples pears ris saeet xKatoes onions and peanuts be p cfaicift cnr poutoe It said beef will be in ftftqutf wE supply meaning there enough to meet needs of ® sumers next month Pork aiao wi be adequate in November aoc with milk and other dairy prodaea raI s chips li rectDllv homosexuals to jobs n one side is I coosavit11 John Bn0!i Anita Bmaii pea red with singer Miami Ha m 1977 10 kid tbW ( state senator wifieh publicized rights n ordinance ? rPl HerKuni“ vow oi n ancpbcal homosexual w xll against On the ocher eide rfiml" law can deal V'k behavior 1“ classroom trampling humffl HriKK stand most major elattid ficials a dozen kM leading clergy and Gou“l7j servative forms’ current ej Regan ha Briggs concede the homosexual issue “ for the candidacy guliernatorial nommatioBad badly in the polls “ out More the June pH® However he garnen® signatures on the initiative - I J f T 77 S<mJ-- est CH H dJzrrrrsTpM RT SHcuiisn smci mi '''Trr“rtr sw::ssijlS3aw3S Da Ewmiw 363-444- A 4 (call collect) 450 South 9th East SLCUT 84102 — j "It a the hotu since Reconstruction 1 ? ’’’T Harvey San Francisco visors and ual has debated t position and charges issue the just-- using At sincere But different times mteeth he is lying ui his and he knowslt comes f politics I— peoples fears tiUrt( Opponents oft taken out neW9papHrrt pr ads and m speakers to W' I I on uw ballot j COME IN AND TALK ABOUT IT NOVEMBER 8 HYSTER COMPANY Corporate Headquarters PO Box 2902 Portland Oregon 97208 wt dispute to be settled question stated against homosexuals rights The proposal would require school boards to fire or refuse to hire anv teacher judged on That s a lot of potential drumsticks wings and breasts for amencan tables but the total is down 12 percent from a vear ago and 21 percent form 1976 MECHANICAL ENGINEERS In Iuesdav i YH M IS( O Wi The decade that carried homosexuality from whispers and scholarly studies to loud national debate reaches a milestone next month with the first statewide vote on right s of homosexuals On Nov 7 when Californians decide froposition o thev will vote v ) h consumer demand all vear n heavy for all sorts of Gay NS n t pre luting f gur s f r supply and demand tm v stl d ths is th firt time m at leai a dec adc th supply has been designated ghl Hus tim (f ar Nl as n ar iv The problem isn t a cutback in dc partment offic ials prculuc lion sav In fat l turkev farmers have st pjasi u prcaluc turn this vear ul ft nd a w a K a r is as ould figure supplnsnfturkv in Nov rtdwr had Us n pUmiful or at least adequate bat to i r arlu r 1 rmasurT transidiisas Uss not enough for nor Ith Tt I ( the(Upa'tript j Va f luttg light 646-960- For is k s i otfuuils said 'si I for p’en fui f x gs should n t ave anv problt in f nd nd for ng a br'utr duhtn iht s 'edt'v iiti‘rninnl to n uk t tie niost m whdt t s jn gH(i supple ihtre is i n op on of th bird w u h onions and p a nut s Mai M60T said Uut lo-hf-e Chickens to ‘substitute’ on turkey day d r o u f' rerum flight The psv chologist righl ka organization maintained hardline thinkm! abortions -- either you irt for you are against there w gradations of belief and pneto rSi! mnyt notes that in select"