Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 30, 1974, Page 4

Cedar Rapids Gazette

August 30, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Fri., Aug. 30, 1974 Salute to Officer AP Wirephoto More hon I 80 law enforcement officials from Iowa were in Manson Wednesday to attend funeral services for State Trooper Jon Osell, 36, who died in a crop dusting plane crash while off duty last Saturday. More than IOO state troopers formed a double cordon as Osell s casket was taken from St. Paul’s Lutheran church. Pollution Control: Tax Break Is Considered B> Terry Kinney DES MOINES (.Unproposed rules allowing (av exemptions for pollution control devices will lie discussed Oct. lfi during a joint hearing between the Iowa water quality and air quality commissions. The rules would exempt devices installed since Sept. 23, 19711, if they meet the criteria of certification proposed by the water quality commission After the rules are adopted, industries may apply for certification of compliance When certification is received, the company may apply to the state revenue department for the exemption rather than pay the property tax previously required on pollution control devices, a water commission spokesman said. For some industries, such as a nuclear generator, that Hold Bomb Threat Program By Randy Minkftoff DES MOINES (UPI) -Iowa department and agency heads will gather Sept. 13 for a re-orientation program on what course of action they should follow in case of a bomb threat at the Statehouse complex. The meeting will be conducted by the Iowa civil defense department, and Director Don Hinman says the session should be taken “seriously” despite the lack of any serious incidents at the capitol. Hinman said the state has developed a comprehensive “bomb threat” plan which was drawn up three years ago but it is in a constant state of revision. Similar Plans “Some people get lulled into a false sense of security just because there s been no serious problems,” Hinman said “It’s an unfortunate thirg of human nature that sometimes we have to experience the problem before we make solutions.” Hinman said most large governmental agencies have similar plans in case of a bomb threat, but added he believes the state of Iowa is “alone” in its constant orientation and updating of the plan. “We are involved with different people each year and different phone numbers and different situations,” Hinman said. “Besides, we discover what other agencies across the nation are doing to handle the situation ojjd we incorporate that into our discussions.” Hinman refused to spell out the exact “bomb threat” plan, saying the information is “privileged.” Third Year T his is the third year of the annual meeting of department heads, and Hinman noted the change of policy that has occurred over the years “Initially, when we received a bomb threat, we cleared the Iowa August Traffic Fatalities Down 50% DES MOINES (UPI) -Traffic fatalities in Iowa during August are down 50 percent from a similar period in 1973, department of public safety statistics revealed Thursday. Public Safety Commissioner Charles Larson, who noted August is usually the leading Robbery Ring Hinted In Holdup at Bank COUNCIL BLUFFS (UPI) — The FBI speculated Thursday a three-man bank robbery ring may have been responsible for the mid-morn mg armed holdup of the Council Bluffs Savings bank Westside branch. Gary Lisotto, the FBI agent heading the investigation, said the Omaha FBI office received “intelligence” information Wednesday that the three could have been in the Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area. “It s the best thing we have to go on at this point.” Lisotto said “We don't have any leads as concrete as this.” An unmasked white male entered the branch office at IO 47 am, brandished a pistol, shoved two customers and took an undetermined amount of money in cash from two bank tellers month from traffic fatalities, said the upcoming Labor day weekend death toll can be reduced sharply if motorists apply their best driving ability. Last year, ll persons died on state roads during the holiday period “If we can keep those percentages down for the holiday, three less persons will be killed in traffic crashes this year compared with last year and we hope that even more can be saved,” he said There were only six fatalities during the same holiday period in 1972 and 15 during the Labor day weekend in 1971 "Labor day weekend is the last big summer weekend for many people and also the time when many students are on the road returning to school,” Larson said “We urge those persons driving long distances to stop when they become sleepy. We also ask everyone to be extra cautious in driving with the greater amount of holiday traffic.” ON THIS DATE in 1973, three of the nation’s largest steel corporations, U.S. Steel, Bethlehem Steel and Arimo Steel, were indicted on charges of price fixing. 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The pre-school children drop is slightly larger than school-age children. The drop in school-age children, according to the school census of 1972 and 1974, is 3H7 children, or nine percent less this year. In preschool, the number in 1972 was 1,135, and in 1974, 993 a decrease of 12.5 percent. Pow Wow is This Weekend TAMA—The 59th annual Mesquakie Indian Pow Wow at Tama, postponed from earlier this month because of torrential rains, is being held this weekend at the pow wow grounds. Performances began Saturday and will continue through Monday. Admission is $3 for adults and $2 for children age 12 and under. 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ARMSTRONG BOYS STORE (LOCKER ROOM) - THIRD FLOOR quality is economy could moan up to a 91) percent exemption, a water commission employe theorized But legislation concerni 'g the exemptions gives substantial discretionary powers to the revenue department to allow exemptions, and the exact dollar impact cannot he determined until the program is implemented, an aide to the water commission said. A provision iii the proposed rules says the request for certification for exemption must he made on the basis that pollution controls were installed either for enhancing the quality of water in Ihe state or for controlling or abating pollution. After July I, 1977, the water commission would not certify for exemption any property at a facility that discharges sewage or industrial waste unless that facility meets all commission standards for acceptable levels of effluent limitations, the rules stipulate. 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