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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 —Gazette Photo by John Mdvor  Part Poodle, Part Terrier  Rusty has two traits that will make any mother love him. He's housebroken and good with children. Rusty, a poodle-terrier mix, can be adopted for $15 from the Humane Society, Mf. Vernon road SE. Hours are IO a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. I  Bill Provides Flexible Use Of School Fund  DES MOINES — By a vote of 85 to 0 the Iowa house Monday passed a bill to give school dis tricts more flexibility in use of revenue from the 2.5 mill school house fund.  The bill now goes back to the senate, where it was passed last year, 39 to 0, for consideration of an amendment tightening up the bill so revenue may not be used for maintenance purposes.  The bill authorizes school districts to us ethe money to repair or replace buildings, as well as to build new structures — to which the present law is limited.  Otto Wiedersberg, secretary for the Cedar Rapids Community school district, said the bill will clarify uses of the schoolhouse fund. He noted an attorney general’s opinion had allowed school districts to use money from the fund for remodeling.  “Schoolhouse must be liberally construed when you’re in tht school business,” Wiedersberg said. “If you don’t have a supply building, where do you store supplies? This bill probably makes legal what districts have been doing for years.”  Rep. Joan Lipsky (R-C.R.), along with State Sen. Cloyd Robinson (D-C.R.)( w r a schief sponsor of the bill.  Tickets Still Available for HANDIcapped Luncheon  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., April 24, 1974  5A  Tickets are still available for a May IO awards luncheon sponsored by the Citizens’ Committee for the HANDIcapped.  The luncheon will start at noon in the Memorial coliseum armory on May’s island.  Gov. Robert Ray will be on hand to present the committee's annual awards to the handicapped employe of the year, employers of the year and meritorious service awards to companies and individuals for their work on behalf of handicapped persons.  Prior to the luncheon, a  (“Wheelchair Awareness Day” is planned, with several non-handicapped persons performing their regular duties while confined to wheelchairs, crutches or braces.  The participants will take part after the luncheon in a panel discussion led by Lloyd Turner, former mayor of Waterloo, to discuss their experiences as “handicapped” persons for a day.  Ticket information may be obtained from John Clancy, 363-2015.  Decisions Listed   w ” p ^SX l,owa  HW Court  The 1974 Camp Wapsie-Y  candy sale project to help boys  earn all or part of their way to High court decisions affecting  summer camp will end Satur- East Iowans include:  day at the Central, Ellis and jj nn  __ versus Wisher,  I Marion branch YMCAs.    .    „    ...    ,  drag conviction, affirmed.  Camp Director Dwight Bel- , .  ,    ,    ,    .    • , .,    Johnson    — Furgison versus  knap Wednesday reminded the    f  nearly 200 boys participating in jState* P os t conviction relief, af-the 1974 project that all orders firmed.  must be filled and transactions    -  completed by 4 p.m. Saturday.  20 YEARS AGO — Australia All profits from the project rejected a Soviet demand that will be applied directly to camp Surrendered Spy Vladimir Pe-accounts of participating boys, trov be turned over to the Russians as a criminal who em-DRIVE SAFELY    bezzled embassy funds.  r  * • 'mv.v^vwaw.v  ii  i  ~y  Campaign Irai  vy.-.v    «*•    *.v    --v    '    ‘    ~    T ( PnfjB y " r - ■  Church Details Plans for Units For Retarded  | Representatives    of    Marion  I Christian church outlined for the Linn board of supervisors J Tuesday the church's plans for , establishing housing and “life care” for 16 mentally retarded  Capron: Look for    Reynolds Condemns  V1CC wl J* ch c ‘ an . P rovidod a( l!! ts  R p  ,  i kl    Mr I _    .    i    . .    .    more efficiently for less money.  r,le  ^ ev - I eter Morgan, pas-  Wasfe Each Day    Ort idols Inaction    With the utilization of a perma-    the    church, said two  I>oren Capron said Tuesday DUBUQUE — James Reyn- nent staff of public defenders, homes, one for eight men and that if he is elected Linn conuty olds, Democratic candidate "for people can be served by law- the other for eight women, will supervisor he will “each day in the nomination for Iowa attor- yers specializing in defense. The be set  U P-office, without being short-sight-    nev general, has condemned     cos t of the    proposed    department    Supervisor    Chairman    Jean  ed, question unreasonable waste the inaction of officials of both could, conceivably, be 25-30 per- Oxley commended the church expenditures.”    parties for not taking action to  cent  l ess  than "hat is presently f° r  the program and said she  Speaking to the Jaycee Toast- prevent what he characterizes being spent for court-appointed hopes other churches will follow masters, the candidate    for    the     as  the destruction of the    poverty    lawyers.     lts J[ cad :.  Democratic nomination    for    su-     programs 0 f  t h e  Sixties    “The recently-passed    amend-     llle  homes    will    operate rn  pervisor, said the frustrations  Revnold _  f Dl . bljnup sinp i ori  ment to the Iowa code which association with the National  and determination of working . Attorney General Richard Permits boards of supervisors to    . J! sn \    Chris-  people and older people en- *p urncr  : n D - ir ticul ir°    "    abolish public defender depart- * ian  Church, Disciples of Christ,  couraged him to run for office. Rp V nolds said that when the  ments * ^h° u,d the y become un- Linn countians for whose A real estate salesman, Ca-  fcc j cr ‘ a j bureaucracy arbitrarily workable, now makes the con-  care .  th £ county is responsible pron said he sells hornwprt;  a[)d capricious| cut Iowa ADC  copt feasible.” Ginsberg said.  are m homes 0 P craled  by the  sr;,  T rrr . rr.  homos arc the primary taxpay- “"der and rnstead of f.ghung Cose Asks Probe  the action in court, he went to , *     c   Hie iowa legislature for a  01 Labor  Spending  s aid,  meetings of the board of supervisors “as somewhat of a lobbyist for these people.” He cited ^    ~  an instance in which he en- Ginsberg: Adopt couraged more efficiency in the  Pob/;c  Defender administration of the depart ment of social services.  m-  association in Missouri.  Morgan said the homes will be set up for retarded persons who are not able to manage by themselves in society. They will be transported to a sheltered workshop during the day.  The homes are to be es-  ers of the county.  For a year    and    a    half,    he    * 1AnA ,w,    ,. , , .    *    «  he has    attended    most     $100l00 °  increase ln    h »s budget    CEDAR    FALLS    -    An  to try to comply with the fed-    depth” investigation of    the polit-  eral dictates.    j    ical spending practices of some  big labor unions was advocated tablishod with funds from fami-here Wednesday afternoon by jj es w bo have persons needing Robert E. Case, Republican can- jhe care, supplemented by funds didate for the nomination for f r0 m the church.  Stanley Ginsberg, candidate congress from Iowa s Third dis- (  The association is expected to for the Democratic    nomination    trict.    work    with    the    county    mental  for Linn county    supervisor,    _ Speaking    at an    open house,    health department    in    placing  Tuesday proposed establishment Case revealed he had made the persons in the homes. Location of a public defender office to request in a letter to U. S. Attor- of the homes has not been deter-  Rasmussen Lists $1,956 in Taxes Paid  DF^S MOINES — Clark Has-  rep i a ce the present    system    of    ney General William B. Saxbe.    mined, but it is expected    to    be  mussen, Democratic candidate appointing    lawyers    for the    in- “There is evidence to support    close to the church.  for the nomination for governor. djg 0 nt.    the charge that union dues are    -  said Wednesday he paid a total Ginsberg    told members of    the    being used for political activity    20 YEARS AGO — Fallowing    a  of $1,056.65 in state and    federal    Hawkeye l^abor Council that    in violation of federal    law,”    charge of neglect, attorneys for  income tax for 1973.    “The cost of the court-appointed    Case said. “We can get    the full    Rita Hayworth and her secrc-  In releasing the information,    j aW y ers  i s S u C h that Linn county    story only by way of    an in-    tary-govcrness vigorously (leis spending an excessive    depth, across-the-board    inves-    nied the actress’ two children  amount of tax dollars for a ser- ligation.”    were neglected and mistreated.  Rasmusse said, “When I disclosed my net worth Jan. 7,1 indicated I would disclose the amounts of income taxes paid; for last year.  “I have recently filed both state and federal returns which show my wife and I had a gross j income of $16,990.06 for 1973. 1  Total federal tax paid was $1,546.33. State tax was $410.32.  Rasmussen was the first can-! didate for governor to release, his net worth when he did so Jan. 7. He showed his net worth at that time was $29,092.79.  Feld: Consider All Communities  WYOMING - Michael J.) F'eld, Republican candidate for the nomination to the U. S. house of representatives in the Second district, told the Wyoming Jaycees Tuesday, “If a candidate is to be successful this fall he must not write off any community regardless of its size.  “And to do so will be inviting certain defeat this November. This is as true for Wyomig as it is for Cedar Rapids since the voters have the right to know who and what they are voting for on a first-hand basis.  “Otherwise, there would be no need for a people-to-people campaign. The day of bombarding the voters with last minute rhetoric and propaganda is over.”  {The (Crimr Snpi&s Okurllr  500 Third Ave. SE, Cedar Rapids, I-owno 52406. Second Class Postage paid at Cedar Rapids, lo*a.__  Subscription rates by carrier IS cents o week Bv mall:    Night    edition    ana  Sunday 6 Issues $2.25 a month. $24 a year - Afternoon editions and Sunday Issues $2 50 a month, $25 a year. Other states and U.S. territories <40 a year No mall subscriptions accepted in areas having Gazette carrlerjervite.  t ha Att of iot6d Press is entitled i*xclu_ lively to the use tor republication ot all the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches.  -Kilt  ions  Special Purchase  of manufacturer’s overstock  Famous Name Casuals for Women  REGULARLY 13.00 NOW . . .  'A PRICE  It’s a well known brand you’ll recognize, and at tremendous savingsl A. Tan and white or red, white and blue. B. Red with blue crinkle patent shoes. In women's sizes 5 thru IO. N and M.  Cedar Rapids: Downtown Third Floor and Lindale Plaza Iowa City: Mall Shopping Center . on Six at Sycamore  what is «i KILMAN KON I S?  .A WEEKLY SERIES Of SENSA-. TIONAL VALUES PLANNED IN COOPERATION WITH ONLY THE BEST OF MANUFACTURERS. EACH BONUS ITEM MEETS OU* RIGID STANDARDS OF QUALITY AND WILL BE SOLD AT LOW BONUS PRICES ONLY. WHILE SPECIAL QUANTITIES LAST.  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