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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                4A Cedar Rapids Gazette: AVed.. Feb. 27. 1974 Justice Says Crime Code Adds Burden By Handy Minkoff ly agree with Turner's conten- tion that 100 years of case law would be "thrown out the win- dow" by passing the criminal rode revisions, lie said any- time the statutes of I be state are changed, some case law no longer applies. "But. to sav that all the case Schlesmger: Defense WASHINGTON (AP) Secre- tary ef Defense singer says the J antes Sclile- U.S. defense budget will have to climb to ibe thrown out is not an accurateistav even with this year's Mid- "Somejrecord billion- i i previous case law would! Schlcsinger (old the house de- the states criminal code jno( on fense appropriations subcom- UUlUvIl ,1 ..nilf.m Kllrlillit It'ill change in the statute." Photo by Duane Cfock Brown, Black and Tan And Blue Looking all alone and with nobody to love him is this beagle-Schipperke mixed pup- py. The seven-week-old male is brown, black and tan, and can be adopted -for from ffhe Humane Society, Mt. Vernon road SE. The adoption fee includes a temporary distemper shot and deworming. Shelter hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. ing w Its Pmduct to Energy Shortage By Edward Lechtzin DETROIT (UPI) The na lion's recreation vehicle manu facturers are having a rough time with their luxury motoi homes because of gas shortages and higher gasoline costs. Two giants of the Winnebago and Champion have cut back production. Gen eral Motors is delivering some of its and up motoi homes as shells to be outfittcc by the owners as offices mobile doctor's offices. But Sheller-Globe Corp., of Toledo, Ohio, has found a way to cash in on the energy crisis and still provide conserving vehicle. a gasoline- The company, which recently signed an agreement with the Ford Motor Co. to produce a motor home for Ford dealers, has introduced a "Conserv-a- Ride" line of vehicles to ease the transition from the passen- ger car. Seats 16 "With the growing govern- ment emphasis on reduced use of personal cars to and from the job, vie believe 'Conserv-a- Ride' units will expand the po- tential of pooled transportation beyond that possible with mass transportation and car says Chester Devenow, chair man and president of Sheller Globe. The company has taken its Superior motor 'home model and, rather than adding a sink, beds, a stove ana1 closels, pu: in 16 individual aircraft-type seats and reading lights, pan- eled walls, carpeted floor, work tables, coffee counter and other amenities to accommodate 16 persons. The motor home, built on a Dodge chassis, retails at about 'a lot. cheaper than a )us but more expensive than he large vans offered by the automakers that can seat nine or 10 persons in far less com- 'ort. National Campaign The government has already a national campaign to coax Americans out of their ars and into pooled transpor- ation in hopes of saving gaso- ine. The average occupancy of cars used for commuting is Sammy Davis, Hospitalized for Chest Pains MIAMI (AP) Entertainer Sammy Davis, jr., was listed in satisfactory condition Wednes- day in a Miami hospital 'with what was diagnosed as "a mild digestive system disorder." Doctors at Ml. Sinai hospital said Davis was undergoing fur- ther tests "and "would probably remain in the hospital for some time." Earlier, a spokesman had said be now 1.6 persons. Raising it to 3.2 persons through pooling ve 20 biiiion gal gasoline a year, estimates could save 20 biiiion gallons of Transportation Secretary Claude Brinegar. "As a matter of national energy conservation policy, Americans rr.ust be persuaded io give up single passenger commuter travel wherever pos- Brinegar said recently in kickiing off the campaign. Sheller-Globe also offers van-type vehicle with high headroom capable of seating 10 and a regular bus sealing 40. But it's counting on the con- verted motor home to cushion that the entertainer would released after a day or two. sonle fallout in the market. Davis, 48, was taken to Devenow said research indi- hospital Monday after ex-j cates markets for the unit even periencing chest pains before without the stimulus of the gas- appearing as a guest on the Phil oline shortage. Donahue show, scheduled to bej Market taped at a local television sta-j lion. Some typical areas, in addi- tion to home-to-job transporta- tion, its cost could be amor- tized over a few years at a cost per passenger well below that of the individual's persona] car. At Champion, the Michigan- based manufacturer is hoping a smaller camper-utility ve- hicle, called the "Handi-Van and selling at under will take some sting out of its losses in the large motor home mar- ket. "We're optimistic from dealer reports and the reception it got (from says Joe Mor- ris, president of the Dryden, Mich., firm. "If they go as good as we hope, they would be the Backbone of our motor home plants." Fined in Drug Case IOWA CITY Two rural "owa City residents were found ;uilty of possession of nine wunds of marijuana in a John- on county district court deci- ion Tuesday. Carey and Diana Anderson, route four, were fined "500 each or 50 days in jail by fudge Ansel Chapman. The An- lersons were apprehended in a on their home Dec. 17. result iii an increased on the high court. Chief Justice C. Edwin Aloorc; v said legislative .approval of INew Mortgage 441-page proposal likely would, n I -r lead to increased appeals to thel IO Help high court of criminal cases and add to the court's backlog. I billion to stimulate the economy and reduce unemployment. Subcommittee C h a i r m a George Mahon (D-Texax) modification of C-Ml cargo planes to make them longer, and subsidies 'or airlines that modify their jumbo jets to be quickly converted to military cargo planes in Bn emergency. Sfhlwinger said the purpow of both programs is only to .improve the military's airlift 'capability. he had been told on high author- 1 ity that the budge! was in-- Guilty Conscience, creased billion to stimulate] gu} Wafch Gone Young Couples No Study Time However, Moore said he re- ceived a copy of I he bill only WASHINGTON (AP) The Federal Home Loan Bank Board has adopted regulations designed to make riyoimg couples to easier for purchase last week and like many other officials has not had adequate homes time io study the proposal. chajnnan Thomag Bomar Asked if it was unusual that jsaid Tuesday the board has ap- the chief justice of the state's highest judicial authority would get a copy of the bill so late, Moore replied, "Yes, it a bit unusual doesn't Moore agreed that the legisla- ure, under the doctrine of sepa- of powers, has the right o make any changes in the state's criminal statutes. However, he would not com- nent on whether he agreed with proved a flexible mortgage pay- ment plan permitting lower pay- ments in the initial years of a home mortgage and higher pay- ments later. The plan may be offered by federally chartered savings and loan associations, which the board regulates. Bomar disclosed the plan at a conference of the National Sav ings and Loan League, which has endorsed it as a way ol mitlee Tuesday the budget will .have to increase billion to i billion a year to slay still caisse of rising prices. He contended U.S. defense programs can be shrunk no fur- ther if this country is to con- tinue to bolster the western nu- clear and non-nuclear deter- rence to Soviet forces. Balance Schlcsinger said the U.S. goal in the current round of U.S.- Soviet arms limitation talks is a nuclear balance and hopeful- reduction to deter either side from risking a nuclear strike on the other. "We are prepared to balance the economy and at the same Iowa Attorney General Richard jboosting mortgage business. Feed the Birds Turner that the present code as adequate and that addi- ional time was needed to study evisions in the code. 'The legislature has the right to make any changes in the law they see fit, and I do know that the proposed revi- sions have been under study tor the last four Moore said. "But, I haven't had" time to tudy it yet and neither have ny of the other justices, so we 'ill have to wait and see what le legislature does." Moore said if the revisions re- eive final legislative approval lis session, which lawmakers ay is unlikely, it would be up to le supreme court to determine any provisions are unconstitu- onal. Right of Legislature.. "It's the prerogative of the igislature to determine if the langes are needed, and it's the ourt's duty to make sure the hanges are he did. Regarding the court's back- g, Moore said the justices ave about "caught up" in riminal appeals but are still ehind in civil matters. He said the revisions in the criminal code were passed, the criminal appeals "would likely increase as would our backlog." Moore said he did not total- He explained that the flexible plan is intended to allow a young couple to buy a home sooner because they could make smaller payments when theii earning power is low. The pay- ments would add up to the same amount as on a regular mort- gage. As an example, Bomar said, the normal payment on -an C percent, 30-year mortgage on a home would be monthly. Under the flexible plan, this could be written so that the borrower pays monthly for the first five years and monthly for the re- in a i n d e r of the mortgage period. Restrictions on the flexible jaymcnt must cover at least the nterest due and the loan must x on a fully amortizing basis )y the end of the fifth year. 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Sinai hospital said Davis was resting in a private room and was in good spirits. lion, would be large living com- plexes, campuses, resorts, ho-j tels, airports, government cies and institutions. i A-single group, says Sheller- Globe, could purchase a unit and with participants sharing expenses, including deprecia- AIL EXCLUSIVE DIAMOND GLOSS COLORS CHOICE OF ANY 1 COLOR INCLUDING REDS AND METALLIC! 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Aircraft "Bail Out" Schlesinger contended none Ihe money could be cut without the case. IOWA CITY Ruth Addison will not gc! her watch back, al- i though the Johnson county s department has solved culling necessary defense. But he conceded President Nixon or watch missing about 8 p.m. his budget office might have cut it billion or billion if they had not determined that (here might be some growth in unem- ployment this year. Mahon also contended "there is reason to suspect" that Schle- singer's military airlift propos- als are Mahon called a Mrs. Addison reported Ihe 'bail out" for the aircraft and airline industry. Tuesday shortly after a 12-year- old Iowa City boy knocked on her door and asked to use lite telephone. Deputies talked Io Ihe hoy who admitted taking the watch. But, the boy, with a guilty con- science, said he throw the watch iin the Iowa river. The youth was turned over to Schlcsinger called that sug gestion ''absolutely without foundation. 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