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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 Stage Set For Iowa Speed Cut  AM KS (AP) — The Iowa highway commission believes it will cost about $.‘{0,000 to change about 3,000 highway signs to comply with the 55-mile per-hour speed limit imposed by a new federal law.  The limit on Iowa interstate highways now is 75 mph for cars and 65 mph for trucks. The night speed for cars and trucks is 65 mph.  Primary daytime highway speeds are 70 mph for cars and BO for trucks. Sixty is the speed limit for cars and trucks at night.  Two-Week Task  The commission’s traffic safety director, Harold Schiel, said crews will begin the two-week  Rep.  Richard  Drake  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., Jan. 3. 1074  Reasoner Lauds Iowa's Ability to Lead  Ity Gary Peterson  DES MOINES — “Iowa enjoys great respect around the country for ihs ability to lead,” Harry Reasoner, ABC news commentator and anchor m a n said Wednesday, here for the kickoff of the “iowa 2000 program.”  The project will attempt to have iowans address themselves to their aspiration* for the future in four major areas — energy, economic development, natural resources and life enhancement.  “The kinds of progress this state can make in a hurry is significantly higher than any other state.”  Reasoner said he has heard it said in connection with iowa and its problem solving ability that the problem of cancer should “be sent out to Ames and they would have a cure in a year. Iowa had corn blight one year and cured it the next.”  Very Individualistic  Reasoner, a native of Hum-  mm __    ____  Harry Reasoner  . . . Praises Iowans . . .  boldt who is making a three-day visit to his home estate, said he sees Iowans as very individualistic.  “They need to get a sense of community participation. Take Daylight Savings time. my uncle Harold used to say  he didn’t care what they did in Des Mo inc*, he was going to stay on God s time.  “This is the type of attitude that must be tempered. “  ('ailing the state innovative, Reasoner said “Iowa’s problems are all problems of opportunity as opposed to problems of panic.  “American journalism,” said Reasoner referring to problems of panic, “has always been good at reacting to problems, but not good at forseeing them.  “The same is true for the whole society. There are problems today that were here IO years ago that either no one looked for or no one listened to.  “I know there are problem* now that will affect people in the year 2000 that you or I haven’t thought of doing a story on. But they are there somewhere.”  Avert Problems  Through “Iowa 2000” the state hopes to avert as many  forseen and unforseen problems ais it can.  Iowa Gov. Robert. Ray launched the project, which begdn Wednesday and will culminate in a governor’s conference on Iowa in the year 2000, next June Ray said the basic reason for “Iowa 2000” is that “this stale of ours will not be what we merely imagine it to be in the future.  “It will be what we want it to be, but then only if we set goals, make necessary sacrifices, extend the required effort and have confidence that these goals will be reached.” ABC’* Reasoner said, “Iowans are the best educated  and most intelligent people in the country.  Right Choice  “Iowa is in a position to make the right choice and respond to the urgency of its problems. I would hate to see a state in that situation do nothing with the problems they do have, ft is encouraging to see the r^.tablishmont of the state not letting the problems of the future sneak up on them.”  During his visit, Reasoner Was scheduled to prepare a television program which will be used to spur interest in the “Iowa 2000” program. It can be seen on KCRG-TV Jan. 13 from 6:30 to 7.30 p.m.  Reasoner said the questions  on the program will cover the    industry arid how to handle  anticipated size of the state in    zoning and related environ-  the future, the need for new    mental problems.  SECURITY SYSTEMS  ALL    TYMS TIKI: <V    ALARMS  • Installation • Stiles • Samite  wt/n4  /NC»  VV. T. “JESS” FANDEL  364-5111 CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA  Delaware Okays Pay Hikes  MANCHESTER — Salary increases, new appointments and a change of hours for the Dela-ask of altering the signs within ware county courthouse were todays.    I approved at the reorganization  The commission is planning! meeting of the Delaware county he conversion on the assump-  board of superv isors Wednes-  Iah that (ha Inuia Inflivlnliirp  day.  lion that the Iowa legislature will pass legislation needed for the change.  Dorothy Hansel, deputy auditor,! $7,350; Ruth Jones, clerk in the recorder’s office, $350 per month; Carolyn Wilson, first deputy of motor vehicle depart-j mcnt, $7,840; Linda Aldrich, j $435, and Mary Aldrich, $405, both clerks in the treasurer’s of*  Supervisors Cecil Cannon and fice  Rep. Richard Drake (R-Mus- Dale Patton were elected una-jatine) said Wednesday he nimously as chairman of the would introduce a 55 mph speed  board and  vice-chairman relimit bill early in the general  S p et -tively. assembly session that begins county home employes re- Jan -  14 -    ceived the following salary hilt should be one of the first creases:    Frank and Greta  Mead, administrators, (formerly steward and matron), from ,426.25 to $7,500 each annual  major pieces of legislation taken up in the session since a new federal law gives the  states just 60 days to cut I |y; Grace Munson, $325 to $365; i speed limits to 55 mph or risk | Don Munson, $325 to $335, and losing highway funds, he said. I Bertha Hammond, $290 to $310—  The bill would set the limit at  ;|1 *  mon ^ llv ->5 miles an hour for all vehicles Supervisors approved a rn all highways, day or night,, monthly $25 increase to $150 except for emergency vehicles, for in-county resident care said Drake, chairman of the and a $50 increase to $200 for louse transportation committee, out of county resident care in  Another section would set the 1974. speed limit at “not less than 30  New appointments and sa _ nph in the residential areas o ,] ar j es for cour thouse employes incorporated cities, excep or  werg approvec |  as  follows:  school zones, emergency exits __  and other selected situations, he laid.  A third section will provide !hat the 55 mph limit is repealed if the federal government repeals the federal legislation which was signed into law >y President Nixon Wednesday as a fuel conservation measure,  Drake said.  No Choice  “We have no choice in the matter as I see it,” Drake said.  “The federal law says we have 60 days to reduce speed imits to 55 miles an hour or hey can cut $70 million out of Iowa’s highway funds.  Drake said his bill will propose the 30 mph limit for city 'esidential areas to eliminate ;peed traps. Residential speed imit now is 25 miles an hour.  “At least some cities have left speed limits arbitrarily low so that they can set up speed traps," Drake said.  “They move their corporation lines out into rural areas where there is maybe only one farmhouse within a mile or so.  “Then they nab the guy who drives 30 miles an hour out (here, and the fines go into the city coffers.”  Custodians Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kohl’s combined monthly: salary was raised from $500 to; $600, and County Engineer Donald Smith's annual salary was increased from $19,000 to $19,500.  Louis Nacheman and Mrs.) Charles Gaul were reappointed to the county board of health for three-year terms.  Supervisor Cannon was named chairman of county civil defense and Ray Woock was appointed civil defense director at an annual salary of $2,500.  Salaries for the supervisors and other county offices were set at a previous meeting.  Depositories for county funds were designated and the routine transfer of $13,628 from the county general fund to the local health fund was approved.  Fees collected and paid to the county fund were clerk of court, $10,608.89; county auditor, $306; recorder, $3,102.35; and sheriff, $187.05.  As of Jan. 7, courthouse employes will begin a 40-hour work week instead of the 37.5 they are presently working. Employes will receive the same monthly or annual salary as set.  Courthouse hours are now 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. After Jan. 7, they will be extended to 5 p.m.  Supervisor William Burbidgej said that being open an extra half hour “would be a public service, especially after we go on Daylight time.”  (The (Crbar (fcazrtlr  Established In 1883 by The Gazette Co. and published dally and Sunday at 500 Third Ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, 1owa 52406. Second Class Postage paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.  Subscription rates by carrier SS cents a week. By mall:    Night edition one!  Sunday 6 Issues *2 25 a month, *24 a year. Afternoon editions and Sunday J Issue* *2.50 a month, *75 a year. Other states and ll.5 territories *40 a year. No mail subscriptions accepted In areas having Gazette carrier service.  The Associated Press Is entitled e*clu 4  slvely to the use for republication of all tho local nows printed in this newspo per as well as all AP news dispatches.  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David Hite succeeds Marion jell who retired as captain but mains a fireman Isbell had rved as captain ainee 1956 th the exception of one term. ie other officers were re elect to their same positions.  KEEP Squirrels out of your feeder.  CHUNK ST V ILE  UGO  cot VO  CHUN* * TV 11  RA gap  SQUIRREL BAFFLES  959    Fits All Sized  J    Poles Up To 2 VV’  HAVAHEART ™Ev  t*ili  Xamfi tforf  A1  SO lb. Chunk . 7.95 50 lb. Ration . . 6.95 cats  MANY SIZES for CHIPMONKS RACOONS  oil m#tol with pol* abd Mjuin*! balita  no  98  Advertisee vc ill  Now Many Wear  FALSE TEETH  With More Comfort  They know n denture ndlireivc can help. FA8TKKTH* Powder (tvta dan twos a longer, Armer. *i<uuli«r hold. Yon feet limn* comfortable ... cai mar* naturally. Why worry? Cafe j'AHTKKTH I ten lure Ad bewit* l’« I ton! un* that fit ara omen* ti a1 to health, ha* your den ti# t  803 Third Ave. SE  364-4176  HOURS:  Mon. & EH. SAM to SPM Tues. Wed. Fri. Sat.  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