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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Million in Viet Bonuses Paid Hearing Asked on Harristm Weber OES {ICCPA> Over million has already been paid in Vietnam bonuses lo louaiii. Kay J. Kaunman. executive ?eere'.ary ot ihe bonus board, reports chucks have been issiivil !o Mi.Jtifi of the paid hau- sufficient to process and pay of the ckmus. But claims are .still coming in sporadical- ly, anywhere from Wl to KM a Ctil lienciii'iarii-s Ye'.trans have until June 30, 1077. to apply for the Vietnam tx-eii paid to living applicants and to IX! beneficiaries. The bonus hoard has disal- lowed claims to 1.572 living veterans and to ihe benefi- ciaries (if 111 vetcnins. for Ihe claims vary. Fur example, those in ser- vice between July 1958, and -i, 196-1, are eligible only for Vietnam area service at the rate of S17.50 a month. For Drunk Driving! Many of the applications de- I nied, Kauffman related, have been turned down because the The bonuses averaged In l'J73. the lesjislal'.ire ap- proprhitcd m.'illion for bo- nuses to veterans of ihe Viet- nain conflict; was supple- mented with a fill million ap- propriation duraii; the 1974 general assembly. 1 f applications dwindle, Kauffman believes the million appropriation will be Motorist Fined Lviin Ou'ia- entitled to a month, up to a maximum of "The board has also denied quite a few applications bc- bad discharge, not with Kauffman reported. Another reason for some claims rejected, Kauff- man noted, is because the per- son did not serve a minimum o; I2U days on active duty. "A number of applicants have been turned down be- cause ilit individual was on active duty for training pur- poses onlv. Thov served for six months and men wont hack o.'i reserve Kiiuifman said. Also, if a person received a Yietnam state to receive a iiom Iowa. Driving count Sen. Docferer Named To Child Abuse The Cedar Rapids 5 Gazette: MOD., July 8, 1974 TOLFIXJ Lewis K. Bacon, fii, Taina, charged with drunk i .driving, appeared Friday before John I-Vlli "aiid it- 'ouested a preliminary hearing, DES M01.NF.S l.t. (Joy. Ar- thur .N'eu has appointed state bonus in another inioiniatioji nun v.a.s hied by a state'trooper, lit is City; and Mmnette Uoderer iD- fi't-c (in peivjial Iowa City) to the lov.a council Two county attorney informa- on child abuse information lions were tiled in Tarna coui.ty Created by the legislature in Minnette Doderer district court, the first against __, ih-it intliviriiiil k mil u T T, tit council Will overset mat inuiMuudi is nui u- Harvey KiiL'enc Powers 29 a- Over Contributions I Hearing Is July 19 On Marijuana Count hear- iings were set for July 19 at p.m. for two Marshalltown when they appeared before '.Magistrate George Sicin on ;charges of possession of a con- i trolled substance, namely one plastic bag containing marijua- na and one pipe. Kobert Craig liusehbom, 18, and John Dean Fowler, 18, were ;over-! arrested July 4 while they were as are two private motorcycle races in 01 not connected with law enforce- Indian Village township west of Montour. Tania County Deputy The commissioner of the state is selected bv the chek, 25. GrciHiville, 111., form- erly of Tamil., was fined and costs by Judge James 11. Carter when he pled guilty in Tamn county district court to drunk driving. His driver's license was sus- pended for 7120 days. Duhachek was arrested April 13 by a trooper on high- way 30 a half mile west of Toledo after his car was seen weaving back and forth across the center line to the shoulder four times.., the trooper said. person did not have any Viet- nam service; none of the other service during this time period is compensible. Applications Denied People who were in military service from Aug. 5. 196-1, to June 30, 1973, are eligible for a month for Vietnam area service and a month for other service, up to a maximum of Between Aug. 5, 196-1, and June 30, 1973, a veteran who did not serve in Vietnam is Mezvinsky Would Tighten Bill To Reform Financing WASHINGTON Congress- man Edward Mezvinsky Iowa's First district is member of a bipartisan group should also include provisions to encourage small contributions to campaigns. They plan to pro- jpose an amendment to do so. The amendment would pro- in tie house working partial public funding for strengthen campaign financing senate and house candidates, reform legislation expected to'Funds would be made available be taken up this month. T h, e house administration committee has proposed a bill to limit spending to each in congressional primary and general elections. It would also limit) to the amount a can- didate could receive from any individual. Mezvinsky and a coalition of house members think the bill to match private contributions DES.MOINES lUPI) -Can- didates for governor and the U.S. senate in Iowa over Ihe weekend clashed over the question of whether can- didates should be allowed to spend their own money to get elected. Rep. John Culver, the Dem- ocrat running for the senate, said lie plans no personal fi- nancial contributions to his campaign. His Republican op- ponent, David Stanley, Musca- tine, said lie and his family will donate the maximum legal amount of The 1972 Federal Campaign Financing act prohibits can- didates for the U.S. senate to contribute more than to the campaign. In the gubernatorial race, Democrat James Schaben, Dunlap, contributed directly to his primary campaign and reportedly will contribute in the general election. Republican G o v Robert Ray reportedly, plans no per- sonal contributions to his re- election campaign. Schaben and Ray both op- posed putting a ceiling on how much a candidate can spend on his own campaign. A special study committee in the Iowa legislature is con- sidering a proposal to put limits on personal campaign [trooper who said spending, along with other possible campaign reforms. The chairman of the commit- tee, Stale Sen. Hansen of Cedar Falls, contends there should be a personal spending charging him wiln drunk ;driving. Powers appeared be- information registry. The regis- iore Magistrate John Kelts and try v.'ns created in the state was released on personal rec- .department of social services to .ugiuKiHte. lit was arrested by. a state trooper June 2') ,m high- 'Lla 'way .'ill east of Tamil. 'physical abuse. The other information charts The appointment, to the nine-; Nick Kriegel said marijuana IHi-yee Alael.ean Fisher f.l o! .member council are effective Ine of the state was fountl in Turner Alley SF Cedar Kan- immediately. Council of truck after they were ,ids, with drunk driving June 23. serve at the pleasure of hls dcsignee. also serves on involved in incident. 'The vas flied b" a state bv whom their appointments "1C counc''- Fowler was released after he are made The- council is required by Km Msh bond Busch. Fisher car cross the (Jladslone In addition to the two .state to meet at least once each year. ;bom was taken to lhe Marshall viaduct cast on Tarna com- j senators, two state represent-; ;county jail and was released pletely on the wrong side ofiatives are appointed by the; 20 YEARS AGO Four Puer-: later after his bond was reduced the road. speaker of the house. One Ricar. terrorists, who shot up t0 ten percent of Judge James II. Carter in Ta- ma county district court has ordered Fisher to 'appear for'supreme court. trict court judge is selected the house of representatives! the chief justice of the Iowa j March 1, were given maximum Now is the time to advertise of S50 or less. Contributions over would be ineligible matching funds and would be the maximum any candidate could receive through the matching system. '10 YEARS AGO William Scranton said that Barry Gold- water clearly disqualified him- self as a Republican candidate for President by saying he could not beat Persident Johnson. The amendment would also create an independent federal elections commission to enforce campaign laws. Workersf 's new law, as 1974 They Were Workmen's Compensation Law. gardener, Baby Sitter or Household Help. Phone Your Insurance Agent For Details. A Public Service Announcement of: Whipple Winter-berg 8Shepard Division of 400 Iowa Theatre Bldg. Phone 365-7515 arraignment Wednesday. One local law enforcement of- years. prison sentences ranging to equipment in the want ad columns. Dial 393-8234. free. Your choice for (red) savings (white) Your choice saving (blue) y These are only a few of the 1 60 FREE gifts you have to choose from. They're yours for the saving. You can put away a little money or put away a lot. Open or add S500 to a Perpetual savings-account .and .you have a choice of 40 FREE gifts from ihe interesting RED group. Open or add J to a savings account and you can select from 40 unusual gifts in the WHITE group. Or, open or add to an account and choose one of 80 gifts from the sophisticated BLUE group. Besides all the free gifts you have to choose from, you'also have your choice'of high earning savings accounts; Savings are in- sured safe by an Agency of the Federal Government and pay maximum returns. They're FREE thru July 31st. Take advantage of this special offer now. 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