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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Joint County Preliminary Shopping Center Promoters Sue for The Cedar Kaplds Gazelle: Tucs., June 18, 1974 Brief Cites Reasons for Seeking New Trial in Hall Murder Case Diidopt Spf nf So in and his associate. Ul VJ _ Tne city Of Petcrsen, an Edina, Minn.. I corah was named defendcnt in aircal estate man, said they havcj suit filed in district Ispent more than a year seeking By Ford Clark i man's teslini'Jiiy should not The defense had also pressed jcouil litre Tuesday by Paul suitable site in Northeast: 10WA ci.ly _ jor have been allowed. MiJi Jones tilt point that She judge had ad Strand, attorney for Koss K. James Hall Tuesday submitted testified before the grand jury, monished Miss Jones not to heard a report on lln> have the same brief Iistin8 airj at Hall's trial, thai she mention in her change of tesli- uf joint county scliool systems'ax dots Merged Area X served peter- cesibilit'y To highway's new.trlal lor Ha." could not identify the man she mom llu.1 was alraid of and thc forming of area ednca-by Kirkwond Community a Judgemem 52 and lo one of Tf M had seen outside the murder Hall agencies throughout the lege. 1 lie present Joint d rf and largcst residential. U room the day of the slaying. The defense attorney said, state as a result oi a law passed system serves nearly the .same munieipal-lareas, Minowa Heights. 1Ia" was convicted of second t o i f I :'re 'y lhr S'alC eXCeP aU'Sri result-j Oevelopcrs said their murder of Sarah Ann After both the slate and the fm mm levv This he eallcd for a sald sh" had "ot 'i i Conveniiuiis t'oiitpiutiil "aruilrary, unreasonable, under one provni-'..... Jwit., uu.[ because she was aj'raiu.' is noicn .u me same kvei as and capricious ae-iing from about to [ound a reealletl to the stand. She then Thp defense -ilso hammered last year s berausc of the BH.nv Sep.. 20. local school f 'hopping facilitiesisquarc feet of retail floor identified Hall as the man she Stof eff d changeover to the lisca, ,0nvenllun, n.us, he d -I sui, Approximately 40 SM1 in lne (widor outside They lhilt black, listened to a the murder A preliminary that time, it will set the date forjder iu improve special educa- (ji't for 1974-75 was pri'senlwl public heaviiiK on lhe budget-lion programs throughout the Joint County school board''0 behelil bclorc Aug. 15. :stule. Monday night at its regular', biisiiu-ss, lhe Aboard area education ineirluiK. The preliminary budget repr system. Mil within each of the nine1 Fund Sources Other major sources of funds include an estimated in federal aid, in ('ireetur districts Shields of Cedar Hapids of the Uecorah city council; They said Ihat the black listened to a (he murder room the day ,ho casc wjlh d'Sl 'Ll L lhe Iowa civil rights commis- the Uecorah planning andjwould include 20 or more presenta ,on as wny a thp w fA a o-i' i nci" t n nl cririiilrl liri orrmf on J he local boards of education; in each director district will i select a person to serve as the commission to rraone aioutlets. He charges in his }V Wwson for aid, in tuition receipts area board member from that district. The person chosen may; Ihat the Joint County school center development. Item discriminated against him1 Seven Keasons I here Tues-j Peterson lisli hallengingl lhc Decision on Pai-arla Pocmi4-r'nad "ot a raraue r ci IllI I Jl because of "prejudicial material concerning her testimony. cily countil approve jdccision Tuesday on modifying! tridS' iplove. The board will act on the budii-i ct at its Julv 15 meeting. At members of the area edu- __________________________j cation agency board will orga- Oct. 7 and will begin plan- I ning the programs for 1975-70. Planning PEP Program Funds Extended Until March The federal department of labor will apparently extend funding for the Cedar Rapids Public Employment Program (PEP) until at least next March, Deputy Personnel Director Ron Kuhlman said Tuesday. Kuhlman is project director for PEP, which provides fed- erally-subsidized jobs in public agencies for unemployed peo- ple, with special emphasis on disadvantaged people. Nine persons are now enrolled in the program. Kuhlman said he was told by a regional manpower adminis- trator that will be allo- cated to continue the program. He expects official confirmation of the grant soon. Funds for the program are now authorized only until the end of this month. If the funds are authorized for continuing the program, Kuhlman said, the city council will probably have the option of continuing the present enrollees in their jobs or hiring different enrollees. The board also granted raises; j tract for shopping center use. made by County Attorney Carl its parade policy, in order to wnjch indicated time there arc not women Although the AEA board will county health center, the board (not officially take over until agreed to study the needs of the 1, 1975, it will liavu to have averaging 9.5 percent for 1974-75 adequate shopping facilities to certified staff employes of thc within the city of Decorah. How- system. Study Needs At the request of the ive more information on alter- Hall nrpfprrerl white "I" uuicu 10 go un inai mire as a native policies from the police b acks and had been a member habUua, He js ,h and traffic engineering depart-of militant black groups. i-........... there arc adequate indus- trial facilities for the Decorah Linn labor market and adequate areas designated for industrial Linn County Day Care Center, i new trial should be granted. Made a Ueal by the court at his own Defense Claims shc. had request. Defense attorneys argued Hall knowingly perjured herself and The defenw also produced af- fair trial had made a deal with the state fidavits from a waitress and bartender that a total of nine drinks were served to members of the jury and an accompany- ing bailiff during dinner while M A N C 11 E S T E R John j u y deliberations were in Kramer, 33, Dubuque, is sche- progress. :1 The lengthy defense efforts new trial were recessed at 1 to the grand jury." Cited were remarks allegedly Trial Monday ments. Public remarks, made before in connection with a rob- noon by Judge Louis Schultz. Safety Commissioner "The refusal to education oca ted at St. Wcnceslaus motes the private The ooard current Joint will continue finished by November, 1974, and! its 1975-76 budget filed with the slate by December, 1974. County running present programs until July 1, 1975. It and the AEA board will meet jointly until the AEA board takes over. The boards will also meet four times a year with the Kirkwood Community college board of directors. Reimbursed The new area education agency will be reimbursed by the state for all special educa- tion costs. It will receive per pupil for additional services to local districts such as data pro- cessing and workshops. A per pupil reimbursement will be received for media ser- vices. The joint county and county school systems throughout the church. the downtown business men James Steinbeck said Monday it j substantiated by evidence, may be necessary for organiza-l The defense also contended lions requesting parade permitsjTuesday that photographs of the! interests of to reimburse the city for police scene testimony andj morels 01 evidence aval able to the state, smess men and traffic control services. 'i bery last November from Mrs. testimony was frrc not' ac1john Glynn in Dubuque. J cordmg to thc defense, everl i lhe 8rand slated for Tuesday afternoon. Thc study will be performed father than public requirements during July and August, and' examine the children's needs for custodial care and for experiences to develop their po- tential. The early childhood sUif wMl conduct the study, wilh a pre- sentation to be made in Sep- tember to the health center. The board also approved Jones county contracts for pro- viding media materials to local school districts during 1974-75. School Appraisal The service includes twice a week delivery and pickup materials. The board also agreed to have the Prairie Flower scliool near Washington appraised before of- was closed this spring. The board learned that negoti- ations are underway for renew- ing the leases on the develop state are being abolished in or- ment center located in Conroy. or interest, the suit contends. Violates Provision j "The statute requires that zoning regulations be made with consideration for the character of the area and the peculiar sui- abi'ity of such area for particu- ar uses. The denial of the re- zoning violates this provision of lhe law. For these reasons, the petition .tales, "The action of the city council in denying the rezoning was arbitrary, unreasonable and contrary to the law govern- ing rezoning. "The city council has discrim- inated against the plaintiff." Violates Constitution Peterson and Strand hold that Under thc newly-adopted fairj I were not given to the defense as! labor standards act, city em'Inquired by law. j ployes working overtime mustj Maid's Teslimony j eceive pay and a rate of time and one-half, instead of rcceiv- fering it for sale. The school Of rezoning "deprives the plaintiff of his property without due process of law and without compensation, violating t h e Iowa constitution and the consti- tution of the United States." The defense also dwelled at length on the testimony of Rose- ng compensatory time off as in mary joncSj a maid at Rienow ne Past- Hall where the murder took Read the Want Ads jplace. I The defense contends the wo-1 Demonstration Meetin Dale Carnegie Course IN PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT TOMORROW, JUNE 19 CAROUSEL INN, HWY. 6, IOWA CITY P.M. Open To The Charge or Obligation you iin enjoying anrl infonnalive evening BIG WATER HULL WITH STERN DRIVE. COMPLETE WITH ALL ACCESSORIES ANDTRAILER. 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