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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 1A.  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed.. Feb. 27, 1974  Authority on 'No-Knock' Struck from Crime Code  Magistrate  Court  Subsidies Needed for Burglary from  bus Complicates  BART, Officials  t If vv;i< I-leo flu'  Tug, Coast Guard Captain Blamed for Bridge Damage  By Randy Minkoff  DES MOINES (UPI) - The Iowa senate Wednesday voted to eliminate the “no-knock ’ authority for law enforcement officers from the proposed revis- to this type of invasion of pri- magistrate’s court on a charge ions of the state’s criminal vacy,” Glenn said. “These types of breaking and. entering.  .»/J     1     Af    incirnniAHn    ••sill    I An/4    4/s    /4«t»%s  ,    .    ...    .. „ i is charged in connection  On a 26-23 vote, the upper) age    of property life and    limb.  chamber approved an amend-    **Soft    on Crime"  ment by Sen. Gene Glenn < D-Ot-  tumwa) that would require lawL s t* tor (,ene  ^  y  ! .  officers lo announce their pres-1 D u b u  I u e  > a former stale  trooper, said he supported  amendment because of  losses.  Two  The the bridge for several hours, ex Safety|tensively damaging bridge pilings, the span and portions of roadway,  The board said tho probable the Chesapeake I causae of the accident was the and tunnel for 14 failure of the Carolyn captain to  the cap-; a coast  residence of Robert 616 Second street SW  ll.  before entering,.. .  Glenn’s  Coolev Bound Ovor    *     7    11    ua,s    liko  Keystone Hops WASHINGTON (AD   y     ..    SACRAMENTO,    Calif.    (AP)    daily in 22 commuter trains and Laurel and Hardy wrapped National Transportation  citizen has been put in jeep- On Breakin Charge Officials of the nation’s most operating on the east and west up in one big production    Board said Wednesday  u4fh«..rLn«nUn,! CerS     Steven    Cooley,    79 Twenty-: modern rapid transit system sides of the bay 14 hours daily    At 3:52 pm Tuesday in the tains of a tugboat and  ‘    ninth avenue SVN . was bound  sa - v  they may have to close the five days a week. BART oventu 1000 block of Seventh street SE, guard cutter were at I aul! in the  In    a    free    society    I    don't    over    to the grand jury following     dne  unless more tax money is    ally    plans KH) trains operating    Robert Mangrove was    driving    1972    barge collision that forced!  think    we    want    to    open    the door     a  preliminary hearing Friday in    provided to cover operating    20 hours daily seven days a    north    on Seventh when    all of a    the    closing of  week    sudden he felt dizzy.    bay bridge ar... -------- ,    .    .    ,    ..    .  Unvanm .. in nf J in Riairc davq    inform    the    coast    guard    cutter of  top officials of the San But Stokes said BART trains    Musgrove, 4.), of 4JO Blairs (..ins.    existence    of    a    quick    release  He    is charged in connection    Francisco Bay Area Rapid    are    already full at rush hours    .  (irv    road  Jj.k* t0,d  The    Gazette    The bridge and    tunnel forms a  ancbor    on    tb(>     barge    and the    in  with    the Jan. 29 breakin at the    Transit District (BART) told a    and    the additional off-hour aer-    Jn™    I™kV3«,J 8  ^correct    decision    by    the    coast  Cooper. state smate committee Tuesday vice probably won’t help  that they believe the 75-mile nate operating deficits.    ,    ,    ...    .    ,  _ commuter train system will Fares on the portions of    *    P ark ed    car owneriby  „ TI  u     ,    r    raics    un    me    puuiww    m nu  an  j, oarson  1006 Seventh street  Man Pleads Guilty     p  *  s y     system now operating range  SE   To Drunk Drivina *    bom 30 c^nts to $1.2o.    ,j er    car    was pilsbed into   9 And unless the state gives    another parked car owned by  Richard    Wheeler,    1715 C ave    them fresh financial aid,    the en-    on    A nn |ican+<;    for    Mary Cuter, UHM Seventh  nue NE. pled guilty    Monday in    tire    $16 billion BART    system    ^    ^pp"^«'ib    iwi     i|wet S£> The fhrw wg ram .  a charge     nia >    dimply close this fall attei    XoD Pol IC© J Od    bled ahead like a train, with  of drunk    driving.    Sentencing    tess    than two veals oi    partial    Muserovc’s vehicle pushing.  was postponed pending a pre service, they added.    Complete    T    ests    The second parked ear finally ... ,    .„   re P° rt     ‘‘Need    Hein”    ....    i«    -    -    veered off on its own. traveling ^.  n ' )l 11   once and knock  a residence. The amendment,.,     4U   was approved in the senate s the need to protect the privacy  third day of debate on the crim  0 0wans -  inal code revisions.    I '**  dont  want* this as a tool for  m  :  t  . ,  f t   The committee - passed ver-j)"! 1 ™ « r a ®  ,hei F responsi- T**!™,'." 10  sion would have allowed officers  } y>  Kennedy said. to enter a residence with a However, opponents of the search warrant without knock-!Glenn amendment insisted that  the proposal would be "soft" on crime and would allow guilty | people to evade law enforcement.  mg.  sentence He was arrested on Dec. 2.  bay bridge Blairs days.  The bridge and tunnel forms a he was on his way home from 20-mile section of U.S. highway elimi-  work He  suffered a blackout,: 13, it connects Norfolk, Va.,,    ,    ,.     nff - .  and his cir »werved right strik- W |(h the peninsula formed byi{ su “ rd    .  Atlantic coastal areas  ol  h,'ake the lug in tow as a last  Virginia, Maryland and Dela  ,(,s<)l     _  ware.  The bridge was damaged Couple Wed Outdoors;  When the tug Carolyn and its D own t OW n Cleveland tow, the barge Weeks No. 254,  struck a trestle on the western CLEVELAND, Ohio (AIM  side of the bridge Sept. 21, 1972. Boland Johnson wanted to get  The tug and barge had been ““"'J* VT.'T  C ' ev(,|a "f' nn th.. Atiiiitir  anc ^ bis bride-to-be, Dannette  un 11 iv /»11 <11111 v.'     g     ,    1    a    I  Brandon, wanted an outdoor  However, Glenn cited various instances where individual privacy has been violated and the safety of the  Trout Fined $200 On Marijuana Count  Kenneth Trout. 960  At least 20 applicants took    jus    own    irav-eimg    ^    ^     bad    forct , d ’Brandon. wanted an  “I’m here to tell you BART civil service test Monday for the  int()  the 900 block of Seventh  tbom see j.  re f uge  j n  the bay. wedding, needs help, and without help job of Cedar Rapids police    The    safety    board    said the‘ac- The compromise    site: Cleve-  we're going to have to shut chief.    vetudes stuck nose togetmr °e- ., occurred when the tut! land’s Chester commons, Sur-  down the system," President!  Th „  pivlI      up    Wlth   commission the  —Opinion—  (Continued from Page I.)  which it has contracts, fearing that if this information were made available to you, it might  Senator Eugene Hill I D-New-    ,    '    Nello Bianco of the BART board reported 15 members of the J! ?    ...    ad . v  tnaior eugene mil 1 ,>ew Kenneth Trout, 960 Hillview;  n f directors told the state senate I p . , memoers ^  ent h street intersection, tom said failure to have the  Arix , n     j    *    01 directors tom me sidle senate j^i f orce ant j f ive non .    ..    ..    .    ,  •no-knock" authority would J ‘ J V,anon ; P led ^ Ullt >'  Iues * public utilities and corporations  mem bers took the test in Cedar  al '^‘    ' 1     ‘^  mean that evidence could be .u ,, ! !  m .‘^ ,S 13  °. S  °° ur ] °  3 comrn btee.    Rapids. Tests have been mailed J.. mnt j n tr to nnt^nplp thp situ-  hidden away and persons !    .    .    P^ ssesslan 0 con ; Bianco and BART General to 17 other applicants outside  ti  J J h..| n *H hims.»lf  trolled substance and was fined    0.1    *    u    « j    j    .    .    ,    anon, someone helped himself  could escape    *200    and costs    Manager B. K. Mokes told the Cedar Rapids, but none has  t0 the  coin changer in the bus.  Richard Ramsey ,R- He was churned with bavin. ST. ‘rn ^  S  .TI®'"?    Musgrove said he didnt propulsion.  Osceola) argued that the “no-marijuana in his noJLsiJ ^i*''^ Hil'OZ, ti”!!:- * hen  '“ ts . are^ returned| witneM any part of the ac .| The U.S. coast guard  safety board said the ac-oecurred when the tug headed into the wind to facili- rounded by high-rise apartment  tate the transfer of fuel from its buildings, motorists and pcdes-port to starboard tanks. A por- ( trillion of the towing hawser which “A lot of things are happening had been coiled on deck washed downtown, and Chester com-overboard and fouled both pro- mons seemed appropriate for pollers, causing a total loss of the moment," said Johnson.  Their 200 invited guests were  fall into the hands of its compot-     P j°. v ^^?.     was     ‘     se i dorTl *    Feb.    3  itor. the Linn county data processing center."  ly" abused by officers.  Insanity Rule   w  ^           o ____Cutter joined by passersby for the  possessionj next year and will grow to  and grac |cd, which could take as ciderd” He ^woke up" in Mercy Madrona evacuated the tug hour-long ceremony.  $28 million a year by 1977.    | ong as  two weeks, interviews hospital with facial cuts. He was crew and made several unsuc-    —---  They said BART faces a fu- for the job will be held with released after treatment. No cessful attempts to take the tug 30 YEARS AGO - Gestapo Assault and Battery  ,ure  perpetual deticits in those applicants who earned charges were filed    into tow. The tug and barge Head Heinrich Himmler became  operating budgets anu needs a | p as sing scores.    Th e     amazing    part    of    the    epi-    then drifted into the bridge and the No. 2 man in Germany, suc-  va- sode is that, according to the tunnel, striking the structure in ceeding Reiehsmarshal Goering  The letter went into detail on .  A (lis(rict t . ourt    d h    (o     charac Is Droaaed  operaunB DUUKeis anu I,wu * s a  Posing scores.  an Iowa Data contract begin.L ppr0Ve the right Q * ^  m  J    v.narge is uroppea  ipermanent  source of tax sop.  The chief . $ job has been   Mil year^and, going for twoj knock authority after a police-! ,  assa ^f  and  battery port.    ,    leant    since    George    Matias  years with Wright county, a  man swears unc j er  oath there is f” ar 8 e  against Ronald Yarring-i “The only solution we .can see tired last year due to county with a population "some-j cause to beIieve that propcrty  “    “  what greater than the hypotheti-| or life was m danger  “  he said   ton, Marion, has been dismissed in magistrate's court because  is an extension of the half-cent health. BART sales tax, for at least a _  re  poor  police accident report, total several locations. The tug even- who failed to keep his pledge to damage to all vehicles came to tually grounded on Chesapeake protect Germany from air at-only $1,900.    beach while the barge pounded tack,  cal average county of 8,50l|«^ think it is only used in cases {th® coroplsfning witness did not short time," Stokes said, voters used in your press re-j of  grave danger."    wish    to    testify.    |     BART    is     subsidized    by    a halflease. • •    Iowa    has not had a "no- Barrington was charged with.cent special sales tax in San  Registration Optional    knock" provision in its laws for  assau JH n g  A1, en B. Wilson on Francisco, Alameda and Contra  "Iowa Data has no (estimat- more than a century, ed) amounts shown under clee- The senate Tuesday adopted tions at county expense for 1973 t he so-called "McNaughton  Jan. 29.  and 1974 because prior to 1975 Rule" of insanity, which reregistration is optional and elcc- quires only that a person know tion registers are not required.  “Apart from this we believe, wrong at the time he the $2,500 figure for election  aa  illegal act.  registers shown on your es-1    -  timate is inflated because it is predicated on the unrealistic assumption that there will be five elections during each year of the contract.  "Although it is irrelevant, in 1973 there were in fact no elec-  Deferred Sentence For Drug Possession  the difference between right and    S' 1  *!; ’ S ei   wrone at the time he commits  p ed  guilty Monday  Iowan Is Accused Of Attempting To Burn Family  DES MOINES (AP) - A Des lions at county expense and in Moines man was charged with 1974 there will be only two sta arson and assault with intent to tutorily scheduled elections at commit great bodily injury county expense."     after  ^  tried t0 Mt fire t0   Patchett’s Estimate estranged wife and three of  Haesemeyer then referred to their children.  Patchett’s estimate of $2,125 for "recording of all voters  Center Point, in magistrate’s court to possession of a controlled substance and sentencing was    deferred until  March 8, 1975.  He was charged with having marijuana in his possession Jan. 26.  Odd Experience Comes Out Even For Gas Buyer  Costa counties. The tax is due to expire late next year.  Bleak Forecast  Bianco and Stokes said that, 'furthermore, they don’t believe any present or future rapid I transit system in U.S. — no matter how modern or efficient I — will pay its own way.  Bianco also said he didn t heil i e v e mechanical problems would be solved in time to open the last and most important leg of the train system — a 3.6-mile tube under San Francisco bay; between downtown San Francisco and Oakland — on schedule! next September, although test trains have been operated in the | tube for three years.  .     v     Bianco    said    the    tube    may  d leu V    /.-ti     1  ORC E     open  t 0  passenger traffic in Sep^  BASE, Va    G II)— Motorists    tember, which would be about  Polk County Sheriff’s deputies grumble about being able fj ve  years behind schedule, "if who said    Dewey    Allison,    30,    went    to     t0  buy gasoline only on alternate     vou  believe in miracles." But he  vote in an election for five elec- his    wife’s    Norwoodville    home     di »ys should    consider the luck of     sa j d  November would be a more  lions.'' This is an error, llaese- Tuesday afternoon and told her Chuck Foster, an air force en- realistic guess, meycr said, and no amount he was going to set her and the listed man who couldn’t buy    ^  should be shown for this service children on fire.    gas, no matter what day it was.     ( urrent   because    if is included in    fees    Authorities said Allison tried    A    technical sergeant at Lang-    BART    currently    carries an j  charged    elsewhere in the    con-     to  soak    them in gasoline and    ley    air force base. Foster     avera 8 e    of 65 500     P a ssengers  throw a match    on them, but he    wheeled    his    car into a    service  This    error    alone    Marse-    spilled the fuel    in the house and    station    on    an odd-numbered Vir + imc' M/^iminn  meycr said, “is sufficient to; set it on fire Shirley Allison. 36. date. ready to fill up for the    iviaiiimiy  bring your own calculations for and the children, one aged 5 and next 48 hours. a typical    county    below    the    $5,000    two aged 4, escaped from their    When    the    attendant    aft^r  ^    ,    burning home.    cheeking Foster’s rear    license  of Iowa DataTes ilan’nTt«h  l * l *'T  ;,nd Savlor townshi P I*"*-  101,1  “m he was an even HOUSTON .UPI) - A state  pique ts demonstraT^ bv the     f " l,ah '     biaZ( '     f ™'i md would  have to wa,! a day, district judge, angered by the  mquc is    demonstrated b>    the    ^    bringing it under    Foster stalked off, wondering    maiming    of two robbery vie-  fact that actual charges lo     ron , ro |     F ,re officials said .he    how    he could have confused his    Rrn,    lenced a    woman to  Wright county (rn 1973) were hnna:p is a tntal loss vt™ Alii- nttin lironcA nurw,is,-    .    ,  a     !  «i4f!92S uhffoac its ,»/    .    loss.    Mrs, ahi ,own license number.    2.500 years in prison Tuesday.  WL489.25. whereas its estimate ^  and a  4-year-old daughter “I didn’t arpup hut r a\a thinL -i wantnH in relist.-r mv di«  was $1,410 Thus, the error in  we re treated for minor burn. , I     arg ,ML    , I     K     !    *    ,*  th/. nrHsvr ,    ,    . J     d was  strange, he said later. gust of the wanton shootings of  inc order  aru j released from the Broad ...    ,    .    .    ,    ...    „  nt , _ „ •, . , lo r . jrth   I just went home and waited gentlemen. Judge (.aith  until Saturday when I could get Bates said. “They were shot  gas."  Sets 2,500-Year Term for Woman  estimate was only on of five percent.  Cited Irresponsibility  The letter states Patchett’s criticisms of the secretary of state (who serves as state elections commissioner and the attorney general were irresponsible, but did not elaborate  Patchett’s release said the secretary of state failed to adequately explain new election laws to county election commissioners.  Such explanation was the responsibility of the secretary and  lawns Polk County hospital.  Allison suffered seeond-and third-degree burns  Police said Mlison called th*'m from his homo after he drove away from his wife’s house. He was listed in fair condition Wednesday in Broadlawns Polk County hospital.  French Premier Quits; Renamed  PARIS iAP) — The government of Premier Pierre Mess-mer resigned Wednesday, bu'  When Foster came back the next day, another attendant told  down without was a senseless Alberta Ann  provocation.  act."  Wilson. 22, was  him he couldn't buy because his  c " m ’ k ' ,ed  ° r aidin K  in ,he 1972   plates were even.  robbery of three Mexican na  u. ,» ja ...    .    .    tionals    who    were vacationing in  He pulled out his registration  Houston   The men were enticed into a motel room where they were  and showed it in front of the at teridant who adamantly refused to sell  SJM! * a i .  P0 ' n i m,!  J hC  kicked, beaten and rubbed of  front I,cense plate endmg w,th a  $1M0 As (he assailants were   of plate  (fintrudiction  —Byck—  (Continued from Pagf  Ii  the attorney general, In- said.  and it would appear both have  V vithm four hours President been at least somewhat remiss Georges Pompidou reappointed in this regard '    lpm to lead a new streamlined  Haesemeyer also stated in his cabinet letter that Iowa Data would not The state radio said Metamer be in violation, only the county, would put together a “combat if a contract involving more cabinet" to deal with France’s than $5 OOO had been entered growing economic probO-nis. into. Patchett had declared both The report said the new gov-would be in violation    eminent would retain Michel  lober as foreign minister and Valerv Giseard d Kstaing as I;  The solicitor general also con nance minister traduced Patchett’s contention Both had been mentioned as taffe of the government in iden-that contracts entered into be p^sible replacements for Mess- ti®l letters mailed F'riday to fore passage of the law would mer. whose cabinet has been in three newspapers — The Phila* be covered by $5,000 limitation, office since July, 1972, when delphia Daily News, The Phil* Patchett could not be reached Premier Jacques Chaban-Dt immediately for comment on mas was fired by Pompidou.  Haesemeyeri letter.    .......  The letter did not deal with Palchett’s allegation that Iowa Data's contracts "apparently" violate a portion of his amendment requiring "any election or registration data or records which may be in the possession of a contractor shall remain the property of the commissioner "  Stan Zegel, general manager of Iowa Data, has rejected that charge, saying it looks like "the legislature copied the law out of our contract "  leaving, one of them blasted the hen Foster looked at his victims with a sawed-off shot-  rear plate, it ended with a "4,”  gun   a numerical problem that might t wo  of the men lost use of an have doomed the soldier to  arrn  because of the wounds.  !!!?.  3  R 0     Judge    Bates    said    he    hoped    the  fiances are I never would 2,500-year sentence would relay have noticed that my license his feelings to the parole board plates ended in a different  wb en they consider parole for number, said Foster, as he  Mjss  wilson. She would be eligi-headed for the department of hie for parole in 12 years. motor vehicles and another se 1   GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS  (or N»«t, Spoils. lookMtpmq, (morel Inter  molten end QHim Hoi luted (dew  (od ...... .............  (mvietion Subscription Dtp 1   Mon thru Sol (em >o I p rn Sunders Until I] Noon Heydey! II em.ie7pm.  Wont Ads  Mon Mire fn I a rn Ie $ p rn.  Sotwdoy until 12 Neon Dupley Adntrtisnif I a rn Pe $ p m Monon Off ut  3*8 1211 3*18)33  3*1 8234  3*1 1222  3*1 8430  adelphia F/Hquirer and The Detroit F’ree Press.  "Now is the time for indepen-dent-mmded citizens to take back their government before the government takes complete control of us all." Byck wrote.  One of the suspects in the case was killed in a gun battle with police eight days after the robbery and another is still at large  —Living Cost—  (Continued from Page I )  but on a purchasing power basis (1967 dollars». there was a decline of 80 cents a week, Compared to a year ago,! gross earnings are up $14 27 per week, but in terms of purchasing power, there was a decline cf $1 iii a week, the report  "I for one will not live in a con- said. trolled sick society, and I would    In terms of spendable earn-  rather die as a free man."    ings — what s left after taxes  Byck had been arrested twice and social security are deducted for illegally picketing in front of — the worker saw a 6 7 percent the White House and was on flit increase in the last year. But with the secret service as a po price increases reversed the tential threat to the President, spendable earnings into a two authorities said alter the at percent decrease in purchasing tempted hijacking.    power.  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