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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ousa Defeats Adoption Plan The Cedar Rapids Curette: Thurs., April 11, 1974 social services and licensed so-ipiacements. occur even if actop- cial agencies to place children! for adoption has been in the Iowa house. i bill, said lawyers A hill to revise Iowa adoption laws would have forbidden indi- vidual placements of by lawyers or doctors. But the house Wednesday inarpnts tint r-hiin adopted an amendment by widespread as are limited lo agency Not a! "I'd like Widespread to see some in- these black market nrpn ui muse uiacK niarKCl tone to conduct the marke( ad Uons be. sdavi" 1 I don't think they are as they we are led shouldn't have the choice of going to their family lawyer or family physician if they want to adopt a child, or to a child- placement agency if (hat is their Oakley saici. The bill also would allow a lawyer or doctor to arrange an Ask Credit Course Study Center Point Council Sets Park Priorities CENTER POINT _ The DaU council, meeting in special ses-i Hv. sion Wednesday night, made up'Iowa to the ln its Presentation, the faculty a list of priorities for facilities .Area Voc-Tcch school board in park to be that a ioillt stud.v lo Ihe Linn county conservation to explore ways of offer-; independent placement for an unwed mother who wants to give up the child. isalaries Northeast terms. for Ihe next school Committee stressed a cost-of-liv- ing increase for members of the staff. Slle declared Rep. LaVern Rep. Tom Higgins (D-Daven board. :ing Area 1 students credit- The list, which is headed by for the first two years fireplace and kitchen facilities of ,he baccalaureate-degree' pro-. STAN WOOD The Community school board at itsi regular meeting Wednesday ap- proved the senior class trip to St. Louis May 12-14. said there have been j Harvey The Oakley amendment would inves- parents jby Ihe department of social ser- 01- a licensed child-place- Senior Class m individual _ Trm Oliver] kw i S a Pre-Placemenl in I by [markets ,n some places. jtigation of pan Lincoln Board! Yale Study said only j "tremendous bargain" that i would allow placement of homeless Iowa children in fos-< ter care homes. However. Rep. Thomas Hig- gins (D-Davunport) strongly ob-j jjected to a portion of the bill] [which would allow juvenile court has been completed reported Wednesday cept for the painted lines and j that directors of the district and trees are to be planted soon. jolher ofncials arc laking the In other action, the council set for five-college proposal under con- an environmental hearing p.m. for April 17 for at the proposed Municipal building meeting May 14 in DU-! tension, and went into executive I buque. session to discuss a personnel j Another item of business on! was tabled board's agenda was a salary presentation by a Drive-through convenience is back. Our downtown drive-up windows are now open Monday and Friday 6PM. and Tuesday through Thursday 4PM. That's over 41 hours each week. So. drive-up to one of our drive-up windows. And it you have an extra moment, notice the new decor. It's only a hint of the beautiful, new facilities you'll find inside Bohemian Savings. matter which next week. ing the juvenile courts any j hand in the children's future ij would ''perpetuate an awful! system." j Higgins argued thai Hie professionals in the social j services department should exclusively determine where troubled children will be placed. He said the juvenile courts are not equipped to deal humanely with the prob- lem. Mrs. Lipsky said, however, if the state funded the foster care program the financial burden would be lifted from the coun- ties, which could then put their time and attention on upgrad- ing the-juvenile court system. (Ur imr (fettir Established In 1833 by Th? Gazelle Co. and published daily and Sunday at 500 Third Ave. SE. Cedar Rapids, towa 52406. Second Class Postage paid al Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Subscription rates by carrier 85 cenls a week. By mair; ..Night year: Afternoon editions and Sunday 7 issues 52.50 a month. S25 a year. Other states and U.S. territories S40 a year. No mail subscriptions accepted in areas having Gazette carrier service. The Associated Press Is entitled exclu- sively to the use tor republication ot per as well as all AP news dispatches. .faculty committee. At the invitation of Clark, a committee comprised of four instructors' met with the Area I board to propose criteria for development, of salaries and fringe benefits for the 1974-75 school year. Board members and other i school officials advised the com- Imittee this project will be given i consideration in determining Bohemian Savings Downtown: 320 Third St. S.E. Branch: 3910 Center Point Rd. N.E. 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