Cedar Rapids Gazette, February 22, 1974, Page 9

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette February 22, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 22, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Fri., Feb. 22, 1971    9Eastern Iowans Named to Deans List at Luther Total of 506 Crime Coc/e Revision Are Honored At Decorah Obscenity Law Action Vowed Waukon Fire Station The outside of Waukon s new fire station is nearing completion. Contractor David Stilwell is now waiting until furnace installation can thaw the ground inside so workmen can pour the floor and lay blocks for partitions. There recently was some delay because of doors, but steel occasioned little trouble because it was ordered well in advance, according to Stilwell. Outside concrete slabs will have to wait until frost is out in the spring. The 68 by 80 building will replace the present fire station, which is in the basement of the city hall across the street from the new structure. The new station was planned after voters in April approved a $50,000 bond issue that will pay about half its cost. It is designed to house two fire trucks, a tank wagon, and an emergency building. There will also be a meeting room, kitchen facilities, and space for living quarfers if a full - time fire force is needed in the future. Property Purchased for Speed Limit Senior Citizen Housing Sign Change Begins Soon Sandra Denise Melody Denise INDEPENDENCE — Indepen- ficials are also purchasing the den ce Community Housing, Henry Riggins property, located Inc., this week announced the purchase of two additional properties on which to erect more senior citizen apartments here. The housing group plans to construct around 20 apartments, contained in five separate buildings, if the Farmer’s Home Administration approves a loan for the project. The non-profit organization has purchased a 66 by 150-foot lot from the Fred Griesingers in the southeast part of the city. The property is adjacent to the recently purchased land back of the Nursing Care Center. This one acre of land was purchased from People’s Memorial hospital and the buchanan county board of supervisors for $25,000. Hopefully, 16 apartments contained in four buildings will be constructed at this site. near the Immanuel Lutheran church In northeast Independence. Al Lynes, treasurer of the housing group, said either a four or five unit apartment complex will be erected on this single lot. If FUA financing is approved and all goes well, contracting for the total project could be let Fcb- 24 and* barring any delays AMES — The Iowa highway commission will begin next week to change the posted speed limit on Iowa’s 10,000-mile interstate and primary highway system to the new, lower 55 mph limit. Work will begin the week of sometime this spring. A 16-unit apartment complex is currently under construction on Chatham St. in northeast In due to weather, it is anticipated that the changeover will be completed by March I, the effective date of the new limit as dependence, where occupancy is recently established by federal Community Housing, Inc., of- dence. expected to begin in May. The first complex of 12 units erected by the housing group is located on Eighth avenue NW. These apartments have been occupied since last spring. The latest plans for possibly 20 more units will bring the total number of low-rent housing apartments to 48 in Indcpen- Hearing on Tama County ADC Fraud Cosets Set TOLEDO — Judge John L. Hyland of Tama county district court Wednesday set the time for Henry L. Britton and his wife, Dorothy June Britton, Gladbrook, to move or plead to fraud in obtaining aid to dependent children assistance for Wednesday, March 13. Mrs. Britton, 36, is charged with obtaining ADC benefits to which she was not entitled from March 2. 1971, through December, 1973, by failure to report a material change in family status affecting her eligibility for AIK.’ Each waived right to a speedy trial within 60 days. Judge Hyland, at their request, appointed a Marshalltown attorney to represent them! at Tama county’s expense with the understanding that Tama county will not pay for the time the attorney spends in commuting between Marshalltown and and Iowa law. Changes on the interstate system will be made by placing a plate with the number 5 over the first digit of the changeable 75, 65 speed limit signs, providing a daytime/nighttime speed limit of 55 miles per hour on the entire system. The signs on the primary system will be changed by the i placement of a plate over the existing two signs, blocking out portions of the signs resulting in the message, “Speed Limit, 55”. Enforcement of the new speed limit by the Iowa highway patrol will begin Friday, March I, 1974. Effigy Mounds Slates Film on Undersea World DECORAH There were 596 students named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester at Luther college. East Iowa students included on the list were: Anamosa — Cindy Ortgies, Shelly Walton; Brooklyn — Bradford Braley; Calmar Luther Berkeland, Larry Gcisel-hart; Cedar Rapids — Charissa Ca-mizzi, Kathryn Chadima, Michael Gallagher, Karen Gesme, Mark Goellner, Kenneth Graham, Linda Harney, Jeannine Johnson, Steven Lidvall, David Lubben, Kathy Lund, Margaret: Mellerup, Steven Mineck, Carl Schultz, Doug Sedlacck, Leslie Smith, Michael Wymore; Center Point Kevin Kirk; Coralville — Jonathan Jordahl; Dysart — Dixie Schirm, Joanna Swiggum; Decorah — Kevin Anderson, Kristine Braaten, Beverly Brandt, Ruth Bruemmer, Marcia Christianson, James Farwell, Laurel Gericke, Daniel Gjelten, Susan Grinna, Hanson, Mary Hovda, Kremin, Judd Larson, Larson, Cora Leland, Buehler Madland, Philip Nelson, Victoria Kleidon Oestmann, Marc Oyloe, Darla Hima, Misty Schweizer, Mark Seem, Craigj Spilde, Leis Swiggum, Adolphus j Nwachukwu; Earlville — Geri Grimm; Eldora — Steven Gould; Elgin — Lynette Torkelson; Elkader — j Julie Dougherty, Paula John-! son; Fort Atkinson — John Diet-z e n b a c h ; Fredericksburg —' Laurel Ellison; Hopkinton — Julie Lux; Independence — Ingrid Morton, Mark Scharff, Sherry Shonka, Diane Tver-berg; Iowa City — Robert Mols-berry, Robert Schultz; Lowden — Candace Rein; Manchester — Timothy Cannon, S t e v e n | Emerson; Marion —- Patricia Davis, Deborah Olson, Beth Robinson ; Mechanicsville — Jean Williams; Monticello — Marilyn Wilcox; MI. Vernon — Cindy Jensen, Victoria Telecky; Onslow <■— Michael Stark; Ossian — David Huether, Kathy Kleppe; Postville — Mark Landt, Donna Poesch; Ridgeway — Mark Anderson, John Sersland; St. Olaf — Joyce Hoffman;! Solon — Danny Johnson; Solon — Diane Stahle; Spillville — Constance Houdck; Tipton — Randall Stout; Toledo — Cynthia Carson; j V inton — James Anderson, Marion Beatty, Marilyn Olson, June Peters, Jim Shaffer; Wadena —ll Ronnie Popenhagen; Waukon — Linda Elvers, Robert Gorst, Elizabeth Hansing, Larry Refsdal, Colinda Roderick, Cheri Wiedenmann; West Branch — Kathleen Sheriff; West Union — James By Randy Minkoff DES MOINES (UPI) - One of the major architects of the criminal code revision in the Iowa legislature predicted T h u r s d a y lawmakers will make the necessary changes in the state’s obscenity laws to conform to supreme court guidelines. Sen. Kevin Kelly (R-Sioux City;, who will Ik: one of the floor leaders when the code revision is debated, said a key provision in the proposal deals with updating the state’s obscenity statutes. “Too Vague” The Iowa supreme court ruled last December that a portion of the Iowa obscenity law was unconstitutional and was “too vague.” Chief Justice C. Edwin Moore urged lawmakers to clear up the statutes during the 1974 session. Kelly said although the criminal code revision dealing with obscenity was drawn before the supreme court decisions, the provision should comply with the standards set by the court. “It’s more clear and spells out exactly what the law should be in regard to minors, which I think is the major concern of the court at the present time,” Kelly said. If both chambers fail to pass the entire criminal code revision this session as has been forecast by legislative leaders, Kelly said contingency plans have been established to handle the situation. Separate Proposal He said the senate judiciary committee is prepared to submit a separate obscenity proposal to the senate “if and when it appears that the entire code will not receive approval.” “There’s no doubt that with all the concern that’s been voiced that we will have a tough time with the entire code,” Kelly said, “but we’ve got to try. Heck, after four years of study, it’s time to debate the thing.” Several separate bills dealing with the obscenity code already have been filed this session. Kelly said those proposals probably will be dealt with as amendments to the code rather than separately. The Sioux City lawmaker predicted the criminal code would eliminate “more than IOO bills” now pending, includ- Legislative Notes by Frank Nye Young People Get Assist When Quizzed by Solon DES MOINES — Sen. Tpm Riley (R-Cedar Rapids) was discussing government with a group of 4-H young people while awaiting the arrival of Sen. Gloyd Robinson (D-Cedar Rapids). Riley asked if anyone in the group knew how many justices there are on Iowa’s supreme court. There was a long pause and suddenly the group chorused: “Nine.” Riley was nonplused — until he learned that Robinson was behind him holding up nine fingers. □ □ □ Lancaster Healing HOUSE Sgt. at Arms Ralph Lancaster of Des Moines is expected back at the post he left a few days ago for Veterans hospital where he went with a blood clot.    Riley ing ones dealing with obscenity, if it is passed. “It will be up to the legislature to decide whether they want to go with the way the committee attacked the obscenity issue,” Kelly said, “or whether they want to go with proposals by Sens. Gene Kennedy, (D-Dubuque) or Ray Taylor (R-Steamboat Rock).” “Worthless” in Future However, Kelly expressed concern that whatever action the legislature could take dealing with obscenity could be ‘‘worthless in future years.” Ile said other cases before the U.S. supreme court, including one dealing with the right of showing the film “Carnal Knowledge”, could change the whole complexity of the obscenity law in the nation. “But, we have to deal with the present situation, and that requires us to deal with what is before us right now,” he said. £he (£rbar Hapiba (fcazrttf Eitabllthed In 1183 by Th* Gazette Co. and published dally and Sunday at 500 Third Ave SE. Cedar Rapids, Iowa 53406. Second Class Postage paid at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.    , Subscription rates by carrier 85 cents a week. By mail: Night edition and Sunday 6 Issues 52 25 a month, 824 a year: Afternoon editions and Sunday 7 Issues 12.50 a month. 125 a year. Other 1 states and U.S territories <40 a year. No mail subscriptions accepted In areas having Gazette carrier service. The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed In this newspaper os well as all AP news dispatches. GIANT STORC — MAT CITY SHOPPING CENTER Some Quantities Limited STORE HOURS: Daily 9 a.m. to IO p.m. Sunday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. PRESIDENTS BIRTHDAY SALE! 4 BIG DAYS FRI.-SAT.-SUN.-M0N. Unit . Wall Paint Reg. $7.47 LUCITE WALL and CEILING PAINT • Water Clean-up • Large Selection of Colors $s 99 Gal. MARQUETTE - A topical film, World Beneath the Sea, Toledo. However, Tama county be shown at Effigy Mounds cjauscn t(]era|d saboe. will pay him IO cents per mile 'hls ?“ke"d fllm wjs Pr0‘ for his trios    duccd    b.V    Exxon    Corp.    and    docu ments recent advances in the Each defendant was ordered ,, ,    . to post an unsecured bond of!f*ld of oceanography •----- 1iwwt ..na oicn o norcnnoi    W    demonstrates    the    potential Britton, 35, is charged with;*2’000 and a,*° a J6!*8®"31 offered by exploration and ex-ding and abetting her in ob- nuance tout and byth wall be    I    P    (,ar|h.s    |as, under the supervision of the Community Court Services of the Sixth judicial district. Their travel is restricted to the state of Iowa. Mrs. Britton allegedly told the Tama county department of social services that her husband had left the family and she had no income. On June 24, 1971, she allegedly stated that only she and her children lived in their home. However, according to Donald aiding taining aid by false pretense. Each is charged on two counts. Cornell Names New Head of Public Relations MT. VERNON - Wayne Davenport of Kirksville. Mo., has been named public relations director at Cornell college. He ..................... will assume the position March (;. Juhl, an assistant to County I    Attorney Jared O. Bauch, Brit- Announcement of Davenport’s ton worked as an independent appointment was made by] carpet layer and the couple Charles M. Cochran, acting rented residential property in president of Cornell.    G I a d b r 0 0 k and represented Davenport is currently direc-jthemselves as husband and tor of publications at Northeast wife. He allegedly was seen at Missouri State university in home with his wife and children Kirksville, a position he has and the couple reportedly had a held since July 1972. Prior to; joint checking account in a this he was a staff assistant in Gladbrook bank. public relations at NMSU.    - Davenport has also been on the public relations staff at Columbia (Mo.) college and bas served as an instructor of photography at the University of Mis-souri-CoIumbia school of journalism A former resident of Brookfield, Mo., Davenport holds his ploit frontier, Woman Trucker Hurt in Crash; Youths Sought tho oceans. The film DECORAH - Several youths' shows what industry is doing to *n a blue car are being sought develop means of tapping the oceans’ riches. A second film. The National Arboretum, shows the contrast between the hubbub of the nation’s Capital and the serene showplace of living plants — the arboretum in Washington, D.C. It includes a sequence taken in by the Winneshiek county j sheriff for leaving the scene of an accident near Ossian Thursday morning. Mrs. lacone Wieder, 41 of Mis-: soula, Mont., driving an empty semi-trailer truck, suffered a head laceration in the accident. According to Deputy Sheriff SPECIAL PURCHASE WALL PANELING • Two Wood Groin Pattern! To Choose From • 4 *8' Size raTicm* $4 47 ea. ALSO AVAILABLE • I 2 Pattern* For Den, Recreation Room, Bar, Family Room. • 6 Pattern* For Kitchen and Bathroom. 25% OFF Price Marked. the Far East showing a depart- Me* I*©, the accident happened ment of agriculture scientist 7:45 a m. on highway 52 at collecting plants for developing Hie west edge of Ossian, new ornamentals.    L*e    reported Mrs. Wieder’a! Art students from Guttenberg I semi-trailer truck jackknifed will display some of their work when she applied her brakes to in the visitor center.    avoid    a collision with the blue Films will be shown at the Kf-; c'*,r• figy Mounds National Monument Visitor Center Saturday, According to 1,00, the ear occupied bv tile youths, skidded Woman Killed in Car, School Bus Collision IAP) - Ro- Monday and Tuesday. Showing on a curve and went into a ditch times will be: Saturday, hourly, on 0,10 side cf the highway. The .starting at 11:00 a ni. through semi went into a ditch on the 4:00 p.m.; Monday, hourly, opposite side of the road, starting noon through 4:00 p.in,;    Hie youths are alleged to and one showing on Tuesday at have driven away after pushing 1:00 p.m. Films will not bi'‘heir car out of the ditch. I JUST ARRIVED . MIRROR TILE 8 New and Exciting Patterns Our Low discount prices. shown on Sunday. Effigy Mounds is located on Iowa State highway 76, three GILBERTVILLE san.-, SHU""/., rn. of Jesup wasl"^-killed Thursday in a car-school bus crash on a Black Hawk county road near Gilbertville. Authorities said the Schmitz bachelor’s and master’s degrees vehicle collided nearly head-on in journalism from the Universi- with the school bus, which wast Youth ty of Missouri-■Columbia. He was not carrying any passengers. composition an undergraduate and graduate Tin1 driver of the bus, Robert Saturday, teaching assistant there.    Uiekley of Waterloo, was in crit Davenport and his wife Julie j leal condition Thursday night. have an 18 mouth old son,    —......................... Bobby. The family will reside at Given up on that electric tar? Place a Classified Ad wa I cl 1 it sell! Premiere To Be Given By Youth Orchestra IOWA CITY The Iowa City orchestra will present a by Richard Weeks MU! non Third avenue S. in MI Vet The premiere performance j will Im* give at 8 p.m. rn Clapp ball here. 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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: February 22, 1974

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