Cedar Rapids Gazette, March 20, 1967, Page 10

Cedar Rapids Gazette

March 20, 1967

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Leibsohn's OPEN T0NITE TIL Daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Thursday 9 to 9 2901 FIRST AVENUE SE TYPICAL OF FOOD VALUES CHANGED DAILY £^cs:;bc sir v*-- Du Jct Choco! i C.W«, Fr#ih Coconut , CHoieo o* I B«ver«9* zn •M    Lim, G.ljti Krs** c.t., School Official Pay Limit Draws Letters The Cedar Rapids 5 Gazette: Mon., Mar. 20, 1967 ‘we a lesser official in charge of the top Iowa school official?” Both Miller and Distelhorst Escapee Is Nabbed i In Stolen Taxicab school boards in recent years and months, there    must be    IOWA FALLS (AP)    Two some way to limit    salary —    men,    one of them an    escapee to “safeguard” the    taxpayer.    from    the Riverview honor farm “If we are to have a total    near    Newton, were    arrested charged CHAPEL IN BRASILIA, CAPITAL OF BRAZIL Boone. said! Cook walked away from the Iowans To Get Look at Ultra-Modern Brazil City IOWA CITY — An illustrated Construction of the planned , T    .    ...........r.—------ BIlnflrinfonjoni’* lecture on Brasilia, the ultra- city, which eventually will house s“y ot Iowa was amon* eleM the, house wdl overrlde thc com' p“Sk:t that the Channel 9 in COLOR. High Fidelity Speakers Woodburn SOUND STUDIO 1201 Ellis Blvd. NW 365-9632 By Harrison Weber    joint letter to constituents, iowa Daily Pres* Association writer    d() be|jeve tbat wben the salary DES MOINES—A bill to limit ^ administrative personnel of a salaries of school officials has jocaj school district exceeds that say they are “vitally interested drawn an avalanche of letters. f th t t sunerintendent of in seein8 the state provide 40 The sponsors of the measure, .    . thpn a_ Iowa dti percent of the cost of education, school system that can be sup- here Saturday and State Reps Charles Miller and sch00ls’ tnen’ we’ as 10 a “But,” they add, “to accomp- ported by the teaching profes- with automobile theft. .Milton Dis-,    ,    zens- are undermining Ihe co-,jsh thjs there has to be a feel-^ ,ocal schoo| boards the PoHce identified them as Kent t e I h o rst, say MnuStte’ operation that is absolutely mg of cooperation between the , islature and mostjy the ap- Cook of Des Moines and How-their mail is    necessary for a successful school    legislature, local school boards,    •    taxnaver we ard Switzer of Marshalltown, running about jKfm, ■ \ system vitally needed by the *eacbers* administrators, an P    .    « Officers reported arresting the ! 50-50 pro and    „    collectively never forget the tax-then believe some type of limit-1    taxicab gtolen in Icon    *1*1    state' 0 U4 D 4.    paying public.”    ing legislation must be im, u „ ij    Sought    Reaction    v    artpd ” The bill would    ,    8    Not    New    . „    . ; limit the salary    The two Democrats say they    Miller and Distelhorst    VriHav niaht of school offi-PPPylfe submitted the bill to find out, The two Democrats also point they believe their bill (HF251) R‘™rv^no ™rij^ lry dais to 80 Der- ll** int the taxpayers'and teachers’re-out that their proposed salary which wou|d limit salaries of while being readiedI for parole cent of thTt|#JB action, to pinpoint the exact limitation is not new. “The leg- school people, under the univer- from a 10-year f°z8ery termre  drawn by the    wem? source of school revenue and to islature says to cities and sity level, to 80 percent of that began at the I. a -    . state superintendent of schools, demonstrate the underlying rea- towns: 'You may at your own received by the state supenn- form y    .    peniten- Association Honors Who presently receives $18,000 a son for lack of property tax re- discretion do many things, but tended is better than to limit P ,, h 9 DOiicesaid ,_____ ll    vpflr    lief to local property owners, we will set the salary of your millage rates as most other tax-t»ary Marcn 9’P°nce saia- iowa U. calicular •    schoois committee They note that the legislature, elected officials and their depu- ing bodies now have imposed on _____    MtMrq    wtth DALLAS, (AP, - Helenb^^t^VTa^^hich is a cross-section of ties And you shall not.levy ItHem by the legislature.-’    T,^fNEE\s ^ 6 M n mLon Elizabeth Focht of the Univer,and ifs extremely doubtful that    West    Central PTA    day thru Friday on KCRG-TV, modern new capital city of Bra- SM,MO people was begun in women    3"^,^    both    sto^u^totendenl^l/be ‘i’m ‘“’The legislature says to coun- ZU,    will    be    presented    at    the    September, 1957 and the <*P'-    **    nea^    a“d    tom-    Dem^ats from ^ Modes craased by this General Assem- ty governments: 'We will set at V cedar Valley Mental University of Iowa Wednesday tai was moved there in April, of Women Deans and Coun Democrats rom Des Mones ^ wffl ^ & l(sizeab]e in. tbe salary of your officia)s and    Center Waver, wil, by Robert Peterson, lecturer- 1960. The city was built in an selors.    ;county, say they do not believe    „    their deDUties ”’    -t    tho parpnt Toarhor photographer from Baltimore, area which had been wilderness, The citation went to women the bill, if enacted, would be a cre e-    J    It thpwLt who lived in Brazil from 1964-66. with all materials being broughtjwho have spent at least 35 years detriment in setting teachers’ They ask, “if we allow They conclude that rn view meeting at the West Central The program will be open to in by air in earlier stages of in education,    25 of    them    in    the    salaries    by local    boards.    school    boards    to    go    above    this j    of    the salary    increases that    Community    school in Randall the public without charge.    construction until a road could area    of    guidance    and    personnel.    “However,”    they    state in a salary,    then    are    we    not    putting    have been    voted    by many    at a p.m. Marco Ll._ To be presented at 7:30 p.m. be built to the nearest city 400 Wednesday in the Illinois room miles away. of Iowa    Memorial    Union,    the    Peterson will tell the story of program on Brasilia is being the city’s planning and construc-sponsored jointly by the Urban tion and its survival of the flood and Regional Planning Program of criticism that followed the in the U. of I. Graduate college official opening of the spectacu-and the department of civil en- lar new government center, gineering in the College of En- A graduate of Lawrence col-gineering.    lege and the recipient of an- -    MA degree from the University I I    C    A    L    J    °* w*scons*n- Peterson has been Ambassador, a lecturer for 16 years. He spent Kl ^4-Iw I I Awa four years in the Far East and INdTiV6 OT iowa, bas traveled extensively □ loc In    throughout Europe as well as ies in senegaiAmerica and South WASHINGTON (AP) - The America. body of William R. Rivkin, U.S.    - ambassador to Senegal and the Hughes, Legislators Gambia who died of a heart jQ $peal< at Grinnell ***?’J*]® **    b8dC    10    GRINNELL (AP)-Gov. Har-i *    Staies today.    Qjd ^Ugbes and legislative lead- Rivkin, 47. died Sunday in ers wdj    Grjnnen college Senegal, on the west coast of campus ApfU 6 lo discuss key Hca'. .    .    issues lawmakers face this ses- The body is to be accompa-j • nied to New ^ ork by his widow,    [jemocratic    governor will the former Enid Hammerman be accompanied by Lt. Gov. and two daughters, Laura and f^j^rt Fulton, Republican Julia. He also is survived by House Speaker Maurice Baring-sons, Robert and Charles, his er d Oelwein, G.O.P. House Ma-mother, a brother and a sister. jorjty Leader Floyd Millen of Rivkin was born in Muscatine. Farmington) Republican Senate Iowa; was graduated from the MjnorRy Leader Robert Rigler University of Iowa and North- of New Hampton, Senate Dem-western university, and was a    Majority    Leader Andrew partner in the Chicago law firm prommelt of Dubuque and Dem-of Goldberg, Weigle, Mallin and Qcranc House Minority Leader Rivkin. The Goldberg was Ar- william Gannon of Mingo. thur Goldberg. U.S. ambassador___ to the United Nations. Rivkin made his U S. home in Seeks Tax Break for Highland Park, UL, but had previously served as ambassy Collegians, Parents! * dor to Luxembourg.    WASHINGTON (API — Par- He was deputy director of erns and students would get a Adlai Stevenson’s presidential tax break under a bill proposed . campaign in 1956 and coordina- by Rep. Fred Schwengel (R-tor of six Midwest states for Iowa). John Kennedy’s 1960 presiden- The measure would allow partial campaign.    ents to buy a $50    bond for each ——----------child every year    from birth to ahr (lchar Uapiite    (Sasrttt    age 18, allowing    an income tax Established In 1*83 by    The    Gazette    Co.    Credit for Value    Of the bonds. and published dally and Sunday at SOC I, alcn unnlH nrnviriA a ilflf) Third Aye. sL Cedar Rapids, iowa 52408    **    aiso "OUK! provide a *1UU tax credit each year for parents or students enrolled in college - ™        «..w.    *    or any institution of higher $1.25 a month, *13 a year; afternoon edi- loaming tions and Sunday. 7 issues *1.35 a monih, lcdmillg. *14 a year. Other states and 0. S. terri- “Nn Prnilti HpKPrvFS a tax tories *23.40 a year No mail subscrip-    g™up ueoerveo a id* ca°r?ier,c£7vkl ln ,ow^, havin9 Gai*Me break more,” said Schwengel, -“than parents and students try- The Ais-iclated Press is entitled tx- ;np nav for a nnlleep pduca-Clualveiy lo the use for republication of in6 lo Pd> Iur d    CUULci all the local news printed in this news- finn paper as well as all AP news dispatches IMMU Pf*.    • V.CVOI WOIIIUJ. »VWO J4PVQ Second Class Postaoe paid at Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Subscription rates. By carrier: 55 cents nr * week. 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