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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 4A    The C edar Rapids Gazette: Wed., Feb. 27. 1974  %  .-V*  ^iwp' ipiw  jze-tte Photo bv Duane Crock  Justice Says Crime Code Adds Burden  Bn Handy Minkoff  DES MOINES |t PI I - The chief justice of the Iowa supreme court said Tuesday passage of the massive revisions in the state’s criminal code will result in an increased burden on the high court.  Chief Justice C. Edwin Moore said legislative approval of the 141-page proposal likely would lead to increased appeals to the high court of criminal cases | and add to the court’s backlog.  No Studs Time  In agree with Turner’s contention that IOO years of case law would he “thrown out the window” by passing the criminal code revisions. He said anytime the statutes of the state are changed, some case law no longer applies.  “But. to say that all the case law' for the last IOO years would billion in three years be thrown out is not an accurate stay even with this  Schlesinger: Defense Cost  modification of C-141 cargo planes to make them longer, and subsidies for airlines that  Of HOO Billion in 3 Years -JI ~>£r£U£  cargo planes in an emergency.  WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary cf Defense James Schle-.singer says the U.S. defence budget will have to climb to $100 just to year’s  statement,” Moore said. “Some record $85 8 billion. of the previous case law would Schlesinger told the house de not apply, depending on the tense appropriations stibcom-change in the statute.”  mitteo Tuesday the budget will  billion to stimulate the economy and reduce unemployment.  Subcommittee Chai r rn a n George Mahon iD Texas > said he had been told on high author ity that the budge! was increased $5 billion to stimulate the economy and at the same  Schlesinger said the purpose of both programs is only to improve fin* military’s airlift capability.  New Mortgage Rules To Help Young Couples  Guilty Conscience,  But Watch Is Gone  IOWA (TTY Ruth Addison  will not get her watch back, although the Johnson county  time “beef up tho military es-have to increase    $5 billion to $8 tablishment and our readiness.”  billion a year to stay At ill be-1     41     ..  cause of rising prices.    I ‘  rcra a     ,    ...    .    .    .  He contended U.S. defense! Schlegingfr contented none of, s ^ en ‘ l s  department    cd  programs can be shrunk no fur-    lh® money could bo nit without    the case.  thor if this country is to con-    cutting necessary defense. But Mrs. Addison reported    the  tinue to bolster the western nu-    he conceded President Nixon or    watch missing about 8    p.m.  WASHINGTON    (AP)    —-    Thedear and non-nuclear deter-    ids budget office might have cut    T uesday shortly after a 12-year-  Federal Home Loan Bank'fence to Soviet forces.    •    lit $1 billion or $1.5 billion if they old Iowa City boy knocked on  However,    Moore said    he    re-    r 0 ,, (  d    has    adopted    regulations     v     had not determined that there    } ler     door and asked to use the  ceived    a    copy    of the    bill    only    designed    to    make    it    easier    for,    Balance    might be some growth in unem-    telephone.  other vnimp    couples    to    purchase    Schlesinger said the U.S. goal    payment this year.    Deputies talked to the    boy  in the current round  S  Mahon also contended ‘There  who admitted taking the watch   Thomas  Brown, Black and Tan . . . And Blue  Looking all alone and with nobody to love him is this beagle-Schipporke mixed puppy. The seven-week-old male is brown, black and tan, and can be adopted for $15 from “the 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.  ast week and like many omn young officials has not had adequate homes, time to study the proposal.    Chairman  Asked if it was unusual that the chief justice of the state’s highest judicial authority would get a copy of the bill so late, Moore replied, “Yes, it seems a bit unusual doesn’t it?”  current round of U.S.4 Mahon also contended Bemar  Soviet arms     talks    is a: is reason to suspect” that    Soh Ie-1    “he’boy" with a guilty ”con-  [ science, said he throw the watch in the Iowa river, i The youth was turned over to juvenile authorities.  up,” he said. “We hope theygestion “absolutely without  said Tuesday the board has ap-i nuc te ar  biface — and hopeful-1 singer’s military airlift propos proved a flexible mortgage pay* ^ reduction — to deter either I als are what Mahon called a men! plan permitting lower pay-! side from risking a  nuclear: “bail out" for the aircraft and ments in the initial years of a strike on the other.    airline industry,  home mortgage and higher pay-1 "We are prepared to balance; Schlesinger called that sug-ments later.  I conference of the National Sav-I However, he would not com- ings and I/)an League, which ment on whether he agreed with has endorsed it as a way of Iowa Attorney General Richard boosting mortgage business. Turner that the present code He explained that the flexible was    adequate and    that    addi-plan is    intended to    allow a  tionaj time was needed to study young couple to buy a home revisions in the code.    I    sooner because they could make  Ride' units will expand the po- lion,    its    cost    could be    amor-    legislature    has    the    smaller    payments when their  DETROIT (UPI) - The na- ! entia * °[ P°° led  transportation tized    over a    few years at a     right t0    make anv  changes in    lining    power is low.    The pay-  I beyond that possible with mass i cost    per    passenger well    below    j aw    t j, cv SC e fit,    and    I do    ! rnents would a'dd up to    the same  !t M ncnnri a »in„ ^a /.on r^ic »» that of the individual's personal  know  that the proposed revi- |amount as on a regular mort-j  car.     1   At Champion, the Michigan based manufacturer is  ™    .    .    [will balance down.”    I    foundation. Nothing in this budg* 20 YEARS AGO— Fulton  It a  c  ,  mav  j °”°red by Schlesinger also agreed the et is designed to help the air- Lewis, jr., radio commentator, Moore agreed that the legisla-  (  era Iv chartered savings j Nixon administration may have craft industry,” he said.    was    indicted    by    a    county    grand  ture, under the doctrine of sepa-loan associations, which the |  increased  this year’s $85 8 bil-j Mahon referred to the Pen-jury on charges of libeling ration of powers, has (ho right  ) ,! d regulates.    jj on  (jeferise budget up to $1.5 tagon request for Lockheed county officials.  to make any changes in the Bomar disclosed the plan at a I -------   ___  state’s criminal statutes.  Motor Home Firm Tries Adapting Its Product to Energy Shortage  By Edward Lechtzin  DETROIT (UPI) -    ______  tion’s recreation vehicle manu-i. - -    if— --------  -  facturers are having a rough  trans PJjrtation and car pools, time with their luxury motor  sa - vs  ‘  h  J  es,rr  J*ven°w, chair-homes because of gas shortages | J?, 3 ?    president of Sheller-  Woohvorlh  Satisfaction Guaranteed • Replacement or Money Refill ded  or  homes as shells by the owners as offices mobile doctor’s offices.  But Shelier-Globe Corp.* of Toledo, Ohio, has found a way  lather than adding a sink,|and selling at under $5,000, wilL s v  .'I. . a  •  ner e  monthly. Under the flexible Is, a stove and closets, put take some sting out of its losses  an ^ ef the other justices, so we pi an<  ^is    written sc  18 individual aircraft-type in the large motor home mar-     0    wai *  a sce w     that the borrower pays $20f  ts and reading lights, pan- bet.    '     thc     legislature    does.”    monthly for the first five years  gage.  As an example, Bomar said.! the normal payment on an 8 , .... percent, 80-year mortgage on a haven t had time to £30,000 home would be $220  Under the flexible  so $200  sions have been under study for the last four years,” Moore said.  “But, I  and higher gasoline costs. I «£[**•    .    based manufacturer is hoping  Two giants of the industry— „ company has taken its  a  smaller camper-utility ve- .  Winnebago    and    Champion    —; Superior motor home model    hide, called the “Handi-Van”    . . J. .    ,    ...    ,    .......  have cut    back    production    Gen-lf "J-  rather lhan addmg a  *"*•    and selling at under $5,000, will     stud y. lt . yet    and neither have  month | y   era! Motors is delivering some  heds 3 s,ove and rlns ‘ , ' s nl " ‘- 1 '-------      '  of its $15,000 - and - up motor  ln  , J  lo be outfitted. sea,s and readln S  ll 8hts, pan- kct.    ,    „    _____  eled walls, carpeted floor, work    "We're optimistic from deafer    ?  rald    if  ' he  revisions re-  and $230    month i y    for    the    re .  tables, coffee counter and other    reports and the rewnto it Jot    T™  flnal leR,s J a,m ;  a PP roval  rn a i n d e r    of    the    mortgage  amenities to accommodate 16    , f  P  ‘. .    .  rece P (1 °n i: got     t h ls  session,    which lawmakers period  persons.    I from dealers), says Joe Mer-  sav js unlikely> it wou | d bo up  , 0   P ™ .  _______ iris, president of the Dryden Lu    . . j .    Restrictions    on    the    flexible  to cash in on the energy crisisI motor home bu.It on  a  Mich. firm. “lf they go as c^d «»• supreme court to determine ,    ,     that each   and still provide a gasoline-    "£ a  *    as we hope, .hey wol 0 ‘" a [  Pr ° V1S1 ° nS  *"    payment    must    cover    at    leas.    thc  ’    ’    ^    backbone of our motor home *    interest    due    and    the    loan must  and still provide a conserving vehicle.  The company, which recently I . b  h  u „ s     **12"    plants-”  inned an arnement with .he  the ,arge vans offered b y  the   signed an agreement with the!, , “'J  la " s  oi.ereo ny me Ford Motor Cn. to produce  a ' a “‘"» sk ««  lha ' f™ , scat mne  motor home for Ford dealers. ? r persons  “  far less com ' has introdtjcrd a “Conserv-a-  0I *  Ride line of vehicles to ease the transition from the passenger car.  Seats 16  Lined in Drug Case  IOU  National Campaign    iowa City residents were found  The government has already guilty of possession of nine x’gun a national campaign to P°u n ds of marijuana in a John-oax Americans out of their  son  county district court deci-  Right of Legislature be on a fully amortizing basis “It’s the prerogative of the ^  cnfi o! ^  f * 1c  ‘ Vear>   What kind of sale are you  . . . basement, attic,  legislature to determine if the  a rtTv cr    .    changes    are    needed,    and    it’s    the    . '  a   A CITY - Two rurally  dutv make sur „  (hp  having  “With  the growing government emphasis on reduced use if' 1 ' of personal cars to and from     e   the job, we believe ‘Con rrv-a-  changes are constitutional,” he said  *  Regarding the court’s back-cars and into pooled transpor-  sicn Tuesday. Carey and Diana     log ;  Moore said ,ht ‘    ■ ul f, !icfS   tation    in hop^s of saving gaso-    Anderson, route four, were fined about caught    up in  line    *">00 each or 50 davs in jail hv     (rimiria ' appeals but  Sammy Davis, jr., Hospitalized for Mild Chest Pains  MIAMI (AP) — Entertainer Sammy Davis, jr, Has listed in ‘ ncr & v r ons crvation policy, satisfactory condition Wednes- Americans must be persuaded  *500 each or 50 days in jail by The average occupancy of J u dge Ansel    Chapman.    The Anears used for commuting is Persons were apprehended in    a  now l.fi persons. Raising it to  raic *  on the ir    home Dec.    17.  3.2 persons through pooling could save 20“biiiion gallons of gasoline a year, estimates Transportation Secretary Claude Brinegar “As a matter of national  Feed the Birds  are still behind in civil matters. He said if the revisions in the criminal code were parsed, the criminal appeals “would likely increase as would our backlog.”  .Moore said he did not total-  Classified Ad! 398-8234 Xhc (£r&ar Slupi&fi (Startle  E»tobll*hert In l*?l by TU* Gantt* Co. and published daily and Sunday at SPO Third Ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, io*a 52406 Second doss Postage paid at Cedar Rapids, lo*a.  Subscription rotes t-, r.irrlar IS cents a week. Bv mail Night edition and Sunday 6 istuei 42.25 a month, S24 o year; Afternoon editions and Sunday 7 issue* J2.50 a month, 125 a yeor. Other stoles and U S territories *40 a year No mail subscriptions accepted in areas having Octette corner service.  The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use lur republication of oil the local news printed in thit newspaper as well os ai! AP news dispatches.  rn  with  mild  day in a Miami hospital what was diagnosed as “a digestive system duor lur ”  Doctors at ML Sinai hospital said Davis was undergoing further tests and “would probably remain in thc h spital for Himo time.”  Earlier, a < pokesman had said  to give up single passenger commuter travel wherever pos-sible,” Brinegar said recently in kickiing off the campaign.  Sheller^Robe also offers fit’ van-type vehicle with high headroom capable of seating IO and a regular bus seating 40. But ifs counting on the con-  iViHt .  Satisfaction Guaranteed • Replacement or Money Refunded  lulu'.r  IONIUMS FOB in  TWO ■  i  7 DAYS and * NIGHTS In hisf.r-london. f wrs . I poon plan accom- | modatians at fha  1  hoiidav INN SWISS J COTTAGf pl ui  1300 J cosh.  J?!**? * ndi met <* JO I  dm,a  '•    I  bionk a* —. ____I  'Fi« GPlTlSH   5          Aff    ll '*    aOd  sr I AW "    , <o ; „ b  0 °,s *' rovrn,,,,,, j  that the entertainer would be  ver ted motor home to cushion released after a day or two ome fallout in the market.  Davi? 48 was taken to the Deveoow said research indi-hospital Monda5 -  after < x- markets for the urn* even periencing chest pains before without the timulus of the gas-appearing as a gue: f on the Phil oline shortage.  Donahue show, scheduled to be taped at a local television station  After an examination, doctors 5-iid Davis, who is also performing this week at a local night dub. had not suffered a heart attack.  A spokesman for Mt Sinai  Other Markets  Some typic ai areas in addition to home-to-job transportation, would be large living rom plexes, campuses, resorts, ho-tels, ai: ports, govt jnment agencies and institutions.  A single group, says Sheiler-hosp tai raid Davis wa^ resting Globe 1 , could purchase a unit in a private room and was in and with participants sharing good spirits,    ,    expenses* including deprecia-  DRESS-UP YOUR WINDOWS AT A SAVINGS!  A. “WISLEY” FIBIRGLAS PINCH <tgm$ .|»  PLEAT CAFES...Floral print.  Matching colortd rings. 3" bottom IEb pair hem*. Yellow, melon, blue, pink.    $2.99  Matching valence, AO" x ll 1 "., $1.79    «* ” x 36“  • JU*. r.M. 0**m Corning,  C. 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