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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                IDA (Juurttr: Ausust -M. IH74 Scoring of Police Physica Test Is Hit by Rights Unit Kequiremems for applicants In.-ie.iu. a lesi inai n !o the Cedar Rapids police force physical capacity to d stiil d i s c r i in i n a t e against work, according lo police ot- women. the city human rights ficers. was developed and is eummis-ien decided Tuesday given lo all applicants for jobs The bie nation is present in the way the Dragging a human body examination is scored. It jf jn a resciie and earning to inform ihe civil service com- woij.hts up and down stairs, mission of the finding, and 10 Averaged Scores The ii-si was. taken by current police officers, and an average cummissi'.in found proba- The test involves an obstacle ause that sex -.-limbing a ladder, run- dragging a human b jn a reseiie ask the commission lo validai i liisiif.i; :ts scoring methods. Administrative A s s i s i a n I Mark Doolin and ihe human of tnpil. st.orw was used as a rights commission members u, determine if new appli- male sample c.r. winch ir.e wor- police ing was based." he said Scoring .Method Daoiin said he needs to Ik' changed, jus! the scoring nirthod. He said the test should measure an ap- plicant's ability to do the job. not the applicant's ability to compete favorably with present iH'liev ottiecTS. Safety Commissioner James S e i n b e c k i Continued from I'age 1.1 men. He said the man was brought out of the restaurant handciitted alter what appeared lo be a brief struggle. Sullivan said tto Immigration Service silted the records o! aliens living the l.os Angeles area, while police searched their records for aliens with records of sex offenses Magistrate Court In He said Kurbegovic was an alien sticii a record, al- though Sullivan declined lo give any details. Knrbegovie has been a resi- dent alien in the t'niled Stales since 19117. Sullivan said. Srlhvan said the tape found '.old T..... 'Schools Report (.continued from rage i.) Guidelines for whli ihe conservatives in the'! r- i Republican pany. rree Lunches "1 warned the 1'rosidem of guideline.-, for free and re- that and 1 am sure' he under- iluceel-pricc hut lunches fur luw stood Ihat." Goldwater said, im-aw sinrlenis have been set Martha Clark. 404 Kighleentlij liut tlolilwater said Kui-ke- fur sciwis in the Cedar Rapids streei SE, was found innocent feller is eminently ciualified to area. Monday in magistrate's court be vice-president and he will children from families whose on a charge of assault and bat- support him. income is at or below ihe speci- lege Hep. Ashbrook of Ohio, a con- fied levels art- eligible for free hUh rvaiive candidate iu several lunches and free milk, ISili Republican presidential liinciics letter to i available 'it the principal's office in each school. The school principal will applications and deter- Court Finds Woman Innocent of Assault lo.-lci' ci also eligi ten. She was charged with assault- ing ruj'jVt- on MaiVii." hool. 'or Metropolitan a :ehoois. ue'gis M-hool. hull c grade l.utberan livan said the tape nigln when Kurbeguvic C. R. Brothers Face Charges of Larceny Two brothers. Donald U'e iy of ihe Twenty- Threiughou! tree! and Uarrelhuse'd his l.eudeman, 20, of spending primaries, said he was "very The income scale for free disappointed" at Ihe selection. meals and live milk is: 32.9111 "Ho luis continually bt'en re- for a family of 1: for a jected nationwide' by ihe m.ajori- family of 2: for 3: J5.1MU Kepublican party 4: lor a: S7.3IO lor ti. his career he for 7: for Ford Denies Him DatarEhrlichman John arrested "reiterated politi- philosophy" espoused f oimot sw xveiv I. with petty stressed that they believe there tht. test, is no intent to discriminate I'ndiT Fire The tests first came fire las! year because height the commis- sion said discriminated against women. The height requirement, disparate was abolished. of Kri- morning of the commission's u.( ruling, said he knows no way the test scoring conic! have been Kasim did nol............ tairer. a bomb iTuesday and "If they've got a boner plan. bond each. meth- a blMlei. wav ,0 i want to Fire-bombing The pair allegedly took od is discriminatory againsi i10.u. nc saKi Without any elaboration. I'o- from a cash register at the under womcn because it is based al- les; discriminatory lice Cmdr. I'eter llagan said drive-in theater last Of a meisi completely em how men against women because the job vestigators had also linked Kur- day. scored is discriminatory." he said. begovic to a firebombing last "It will continue lo have a Steinbeck said he is 'villing to 9 at the home of former O OutDOstS Fall I feet on women be- discuss the problem, but hi- in -Police Commissioner Emmott r the predominantly'dicated the police departmentMcGanghey and to another al- and e-ivil service commission (tempted firebombing at the fed they have valid testing1 home in the last six months, j SAIGON lAPi North Viet- procecUiie. despite the human Rasim in one of fiovcrn- New Twist: State Wants Deposition from Schaffron Hut House Republican Leader ohn Rhodes said, "1 can't be- eve conservative Republican: broadening the base of the parly is a bad thing unless they want to keep on losing and keep on being a minority." Besides, on fiscal matters Rockefeller i s conservative. To North Rhodes said. Congress' leaders and rank members generally iiifluene-e to increase (or 9: Slll.l'lli for 10: S10.8IW for WASHINGTON it i l> and debt." Ashbrook 11: s 11..VII) for 12. anil SOT for F.lirlichman. lormer pivsidenli.it each additional family member, aide, said Weelnesela) thai 1 rcv lia.se" icli-nl Korei has not allowed inn It'-ilniTil liie-cs The income si'ale for ivduced- in preparalion price meals is: (or a fam- vYalcrgaie ''ilvof 1: for 2: for "i. for 4: for tor ti; lor for 10: for for 12. and for e additional family member. Families not meeting in go to court." he said. Criminal defendants who other procedures, apply also to c avail themselves of a newly-1 criminal cases. Tho granted right to take sworn The division of the rules thai trial statements of state wit-ideals with depositions jn one L.asc nesses should be required toithat a party to the action (Q concilia. give such statements the testimony of any per- sclves json, including a party, by depo- That argument was contained sition upon oral examination or be arrested I si of Communist i. 1971) mistake! mad, commission also bv Dolic.e of two MevLXorlh and Viet _____ cause to believe discrimination SXn, 10? militiamen to abandon Phuoc! The two were acciclently Tan. about 45 miles northeast of killed as officers raided an Saigon, apartment looking for a mur- >e easy, and some of them said it also would he quick. "1 think the President has choice very few will icix.e." said House Speaker high medical in excess percent of income, special for the cmvr-r.p trial, nan's claim came in a fury of documents filed before the' noon eleadline in the defense !l: attempt to overturn a ruling by C. S. District Judge John J. Sirica Monday ordering the trial to begin as sche'duleel Sept. 9. Khrlichman's 1 a w y e r said Mr. Khrlichman has altempt- r i r V" expenses due to high reed that Rockefellers nses_ jn td to examine his papers which in a motion filed in Linn district written interrogatories for the after becomin ase involves 3 replaced at her job pregnant, even court Tuesday in the case of discovery or for notBtluc'to de. __ .n F Hin nnrinn tor. which Herbert Schaffron. 48, of as evidence in the action, or for; Copiaguc, N.Y., is charged in both purposes." connection with an alleged con-; state Right spiracy to take over refuse haul-i ing businesses in and around Linn county. liver for five months and had dcrer. Seven officers were jmen, later exonerated of wrongdo- jTan on caMMIU e infill ilv "President Gerald K. I-ord. through his counsel, Phillip Forms Distributed Buchen, has advised that Mr. Self-employed farmers and Ehrlichman is not permitted to self-employed businessmen are.examine his papers at this time, to report gross receipts less although he may be permitted n- operaiin" expensts lo examine them at some Iu- A smaller post manned by 2o Hugh Scott said he hopes being distrib. luri, unspeciried dale." nnminntinn t'-in nn pnnfirmprl ill1 "Faster than Ford" Senate Republican Leader 18 miles east of Phuoc the southeastern ap- ing. Police said McGaughey jprnach to the provincial capital and Milemore had nothing to !of Tay Ninh. was also overrun. The motion was filed in re- sponse to a notice from Schaf- fron's attorney that the defense plans to take such sworn state expressed a desire lo work for I two of Ihe months. motion filed Tuesday commission voted to ask explosion leveled a warehouse i that the stile a former employer to draw a nearly deserted industrial! Judge Denies Change I under'Ihe rules to non-discriminatory niaternityjdislricl. injured tions of witnesses that might be called by Ihe defense in addition to the defendant. Even leave policy and to pay the land caused damage estimated woman the salary the would i at So million to ?8 million. nomination can be confirmed in: 35 to 40 days rather than the 55 it took to confirm Ford as vice-; president last year. do with the shooting. casualty figures were j Few members were as op- On Saturday night, a powerfuljavailable for cither clash. Itimistic as Sen. Moss (D-Uiahl. 1 i w h o indicated he thought! i congress could confirm Rocke- a i feller in a week. In Prison Sentence; Asidc from the five persons U. S. Judge Edward J. Me-i Republicans. Rockefeller's only! have earned if she had been! The a 1 p h a be t bomber" Manus has a congressional critic I nv. j ._.TI_. T-.II_ ments (depositions) from ..a party siiall not be re.jmonths though the rules state allowed to work two responsibility, but po- tain state witnesses. Gives Up Right The state notes in the motion quired to list the witnesses he [expects to call at the trial." the i state argues that the spirit of that the defendant has a con the rules requires the defense to lice said it was an accident, that ..fn all, the commission re- a truckload of chemicals may viewed 23 cases. 12 of them j have overheated in the sun and dealing with alleged sex dis- starting a chemical reaction crimination and 11 with alleged which culminated in the tion of sentence filed by Charles j was Rep. Bella Abzitg W. Adams, 32, who claimed the' "It is ironic that after Water- federal court should give an oil billionaire should be; credit for time spent in to the vice-presidency Black Hawk county jail. submit such cases, since "fist in criminal Iraee discrimination. Inight blast. the state is of the complaints i tabled, three were withdrawn r the complainants, two were gives up tha right m an unfair because _no cause was' stitutional 'right against giving statements that might be usedjj. against him, but argues Adams, a native of said. was sentenced to years in ___prison last April after pleading 20 by an appointed President." she depositions nesses. A defendant's from statc ml right to lake vantage according to th i motion" depositions of state witnesses j Arrestec] fOr was spelled out in a recent j wrvsien supreme coui't decision. It wasj based on the argument thai the state's rules of civil procedure, outlining deposition matters and state i found, one was closed because a conciliation agreement wa-s! reached, and 14 were continued; under investigation. C. R. House Breaking In other business, the com-' r, !mission heard -i report from Two Cedar Rapids boys On the annual conference were charge j International Association breaking and Hiiman Riohts held To Report Drug Violation Telephone Michael Dooley 377-8081 YEARS AGO Greece guilty to charges of interstate called for sovereignty over the i transportation of stolen guns. j island of Cyprus and Britain Adams must first warned that the U.N. .serving a one-year term in. the j''cannot intervene" in a domes- Black Hawk county jail as the [tic issue involving a crown pos- of convicted I state court on charges of ling 17 firearms and 1.779 rounds; More thanx offers to buy, ;of ammunition from a rent, hire, or service daily: Falls store at which he worked, i in the want ads! FOOD STORES SUPER SPECIALS PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY USDA-Choice 806-34th Stree S.E. 225 Edgewood Rd. N.W. 1944-42nd Street N.E. Five Charged With m Brentwood Ottsen Oil. Breakin i f toke n o a ht! circle and Tuesday' report from Executive Roger Lee Bos. 21. of 2277 into the back yard of the; r-JL street SW, and four juveniles I house and fired them a total were charged with breaking into three times, twice into the Ottsen Oil Co.. 1041 Tenth and once into the air. SW. early Wednesday morning. U1A.U, Jing to police. Police discovered the breakin; The pair was left in the cus- in progress. Two cases of of their parents pending and some change had already i action by the youth bureau of been removed from the pre-1 the police department. mises. There were two 16-year-olds.; Jock Young Charged With Theft of Money Dog Pack Kills Zoo Kangaroos ST. LOUIS (AP) Four kan- garoos, two of them pregnant females, have been killed by a pack of stray clogs that invaded their compound at the St. Louis zoo. Officials said about seven a 17-year-old and a 13-year-old, all boys from Cedar Rapids, in- volved in the breakin. Jack Merrill Young. 47. of mixed-breed clogs entered the Bos was also charged with 2920 First avenue NE. has beenjzoo shortly after it opened Tues- contributing to the deliquency of charged with larceny of S505.94.day and began attacking the 'minors and is being held in the Taft hotel. kangaroos. An attendant finally county jail on So.000 bond. The The money was allegedly .managed to drive them away juveniles were all processed by'taken by him from cashboxes with a slick, the youth bureau of the Cedar there on April 24. Young was 7.oa rangers said they shot Rapids police department and taken io the county jail where two of (he clogs to death and released to their parents. he is being held without bond. captured three others later. SMULE KOFF' acres of everything for ihe horn. Dropery Dept 2nd Floor 2-pc. 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