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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2 The Cedar Rapids Gaifllc: Tucs.. December 24, 1974 Hiawatha Goes to Court To Block Interstate 380 As expected, the city of Hia: watha 'has gone lo court in its attempt to block the construe- fectcd by it. tion of interstate 380 through the town. The commission has a legal duty to hear and consider In a petition filed in Linn dis- good faith pertinent data sub- trict court Monday afternoon the city asks the court to milled by such a community. The commission is bound to declare the following as correct withhold affirmative action, if interpretations of laws concern- ing the situation: That the Sept. 30 approval of the Hiawatha route by the county regional planning com- mission is void because it did not follow a state law requiring a majority vote of the members on major street plans. Doesn't Apply In this connection the petition also argues that a commission by-law allowing exceptions on quorums does not apply to such major matters. No plan is binding unless it j taking of property is necessary is approved by a community af- Indictment of I No Curtailment Former Aide To Humphrey NEW YORK (AP) The manager of Sen. Hubert Humphrey's 1970 senate cam- to the construction of the high- way and that the existence of alternate routes may be consid- ered in determining the neces-Jgal campaign "contribu- requested, and to afford ade- quate contrary views. The city has a legal right to institute suit to prevent con- struction if any issue remains undetermined at the conclusion of this suit. That the mayor and coun- cilmcn of the city have a right to carry out their legal duties as agents of the city, even though :hey might have property af- fected by the proposed route. court has a right to de- iermine whether the proposed campaign was indicted Monday for allegedly arranging an ille- sity. Counter Contention jtion from the nation's largest .dairy cooperative. The former aide. Jack Chest The petition alleges that the nut, could face two years it highway commission's and a S10'000 f'M if Ivicled. HP is to plead lo the indict lo avoid the blocking of federal mcni g lion that a decision is essential Employe Suspended; Probe Psychiatric Clinic Books A state audit of the Linn county psychiatric clinic's books is underway and one employe has been suspended, Paul Pen- ningroth, clinic director, re- vealed Tuesday. In a report to the Linn super- visors Tuesday morning, Pen- ningroth said the audit involved the suspected embezzlement of an unknown amount of cash from the psychiatric clinic's cash box. "On Dec. 6 a discrepancy in the financial business of the clinic was discovered by the business. roth said. Penning- Asks State Audit Merle Kopel, Linn county au- ditor, was notified of the discre- pancy about three weeks ago, Penningroth said, and an inves- tigation by him substantiated the discrepancy. After working on the audit about two weeks, Kopel said he requested a state audit because the job was too vast for his of- fice to handle. A female employe, Whom Pen- ningroth declined lo name, was suspended Dec. 17. Penningroth also would not reveal Die position held by the employe. Kopel indicated the alleged embezzlement occurred over a period within the last year. Two state auditors have worked a few days on the audit, Kopel said, and are expected to return next week and complete the work sometime during the first part of January. Reports Theft Penningroth also reported the theft of from the clinic's cash box over the weekend. Also missing were about six syringes. A .22 caliber bullet was found on the floor by the desk where the syringes were taken, ac- cording to Penningroth. No medication was believed to be missing from the clinic, he said. No narcotics are kept in the psychiatric clinic. Locks Changed Penningroth declined to spec- ulate whether the same person might be involved in both the embezzlement and the larceny. Security measures are being stepped up, he said, and locks will be changed on the clinic's doors. funds is wrong. In a statement issued by his The requirement, according to office in Minneapolis, Chestnut the suit, is that alternates must said the charge was unfounded. be refined to the extent that their impact on the plan as a whole can be determined. Tlie state's study of a wester ly alternative is fatally defec- tive, the suit declares, because it fails to consider the possible combination of 1-380 with a cir- cumferential highway. The com- bination would make it less expensive, according to the suit. The petition sets out that the lighway commission says it does not know where the, cir- cumferential highway will be located. If this is true, the suit says "Every Precaution" "During the time I was con- cerned wilh Senator (Humphrey's political activities in 1970, I took every possible precaution to assure that there were no violations of any state or federal he said. "I have retained counsel and will resist vigorously any alle- gation that I caused or was in any way responsible for any violation of the law." According to the indictment, Chestnut came to New York in 1970 and got the Associated Milk Producers, Inc., to contribute two checks that paid for the location of 1-380 through the services oE the Lennen Hiawatha should not be set, be- Newell advertising firm. cause it could cause the need- less expenditure of more than million. Suit Filed Against Humboldt Authorities FORT DODGE (UPI) The owners of a tavern in Humboldt have filed a lawsuit at the establishment last year. The suit, filed Monday !n U.S. district court here, names Hum- ooldt County Attorney Richard Williams, Sheriff Marvin Ander- son and Deputy Sheriff Richard Jergens as defendants. It was 'iled by Dugan's, Inc., owner of the Fireside Inn in Humboldt. The petition charges the de- fendants with harassment and violation of civil rights, saying they released information last year when worth of coun- erfeit money was found at the The firm, which worked on Humphrey's 1970 Senate cam- paign, allegedly helped disguise the purported contribution from the AMPI corporate funds by sending invoices for to the cooperative. The firm has since gone bankrupt. Guilty Plea Federal law prohibits corpora- against three Humboldt county {ions from contributing to politi- authorities in connection with cal campaigns and bars can- the seizure of counterfeit money dictates from accepting cor- porate contributions. AMPI pledj guilty Aug. 2 of making illegal campaign con- tributions to various Democratic and Republican candidates and was fined Through his Washington office Humphrey expressed "deep re- gret" at the charge against Chestnut, adding: "If it does turn out there was a viola- ion of the election; laws with respect to any of his campaign responsibilities, I have every confidence that it was uninten- ional." Of Public Health Funds for Iowa DES MOINE (UP1) Slat Health Commissioner Normal Pawlewski said Tuesday lie has been informed federal funds foi public health work in Iowa wil not bo curtailed for the firs three months of next year as previously announced. Pawlewski said the federa funds, some of which have been granted since I960, will be avail able as budgeted for January February and March. Although funds for the follow ing three months are still in doubt, lie said, the new congress will be in session then and couU respond to any administration proposal. The department of health, edu cation and welfare changed its position on impounding" the funds because of the number oi telegrams, letters and telephone calls in response to the decision Pawlewski said. Both Pawlewski and Gov. Robert D. Ray last week ques- tioned the decision to withhold the funds. Pawlewski said Iowa could have lost up to if the funds had been impounded for the entire six-month period. Iowa City Woman Killed in Crash WELLS, Nev. (AP) An Iowa woman was killed and a man injured when their car ran off interstate 80 and hit a roac barrier some 26 miles east ol ihis northeastern Nevada town Ihe Nevada highway patrol sale Tuesday. Nancy Leah Evans, 30, Iowa My, Iowa, was killed in the ac- cident Monday. The driver of :he car, Ardeshir Dalai, 26, 3oralville, Iowa, received minor injuries. Supervisors Name 2 To Airport Zone Unit Linn supervisors Tuesday ap- pointed two persons lo the air- iort zoning commission. Pat Dochterman was named o a two-year term and Phil (linger to a four-year term oh he commission, which is being ormed to set height limits of structures around the airport. Elimination of East Iowa Crime Commission Seen CLINTON (AP) The execu- tive committee of the Iowa crime commission has decided Hint it "must reduce by one the number of area commissions" in the slate, says Mark Barnes of Clinton. The one to be eliminated is the Eastern Iowa crime commis- sion, which inludes Clinton, Scott and Muscatine counties, said Barnes, chairman of the eastern agency. He said Tuesday the decision to dissolve the three-county commission was made "because of today's inflationary trend." Barnes said he expects Scott and Muscatine counties to resist the change "because of the in- convenience." Under a new plan, Barnes said, the two counties would join the newly-formed Eastern Iowa area crime commission, which will also include Johnson, Jones, Linn, Benton and Iowa counties. Clinton county would join 15 other counties: Cedar, Jackson, Dubuque, Delaware, Buchanan, Black Hawk, Grundy, Butler, Bremer, F a y e 11 e, Clayton, Ihickasaw, Howard, Winnesfiiek and Allamakee. Clinton county would join a district newly-named the North- east Iowa area crime commis- sion. County Clerical Workers Receive Salary Increases Some is appropriated L j Tuesday annually for administrative costs muming llpprovcd bi-weekly For area of [lit- eight area crime for coimly commissions, but the to seven is expected to savu Dcc. 30, some money, Barnes said. labol. grades The reason the eastern crimej, commission was selected for elimination, Barnes said, Is that it is the smallest of the eight Richard Wenzel said the raises were intended to and could more readily be d'is- 'compensate employes partially for the increase in Hie cost of (living. Employes will still be eligible for five percent raises on their banded. anniversary dales, he said. (Continued from Page 1.! Services Friday for Thomas Velky, Solon SOLON Thomas Velky, 82, route 2, Solon, died Tuesday morning after a long illness. A retired farmer, he was born Jan. 31, 1892, in Czechoslovakia and came to the United States YCal. 1.5 million pil- at age 16. A former employe of Wilson, Thc cslimales and Co. and Iowa Steel, he! farmed near Solon for ;'toul 2 wl" vlslt years Surviving are his wife, the! The first Jubilee Holy Year former Clara Nelolicky, to was held in 1300 by Pope Bom- Telephones are great for visit- Tibbitts Re-elected By Retail Merchants Robert Tibbitts has been re- elected chairman of the Cedar lapids-Marion area Chamber of Commerce central retail mer- chants bureau. Jerry Miller was lamed vice-chairman. Elected to the executive com- mittee were the following: Vicki Barrigar, Sam Becker, i 11 i s Daugherty, Richard lolthaus, Blake Garske, Deane mith, Richard Taylor, Joe Vood, Dale Sawyer, John Coi- ns. Joe Enzler. jr., Herman Ginsberg, Tibbilts and Miller. Rome. whom he was married Oct. 2, face VIII, who stipulated they 100 1930; a daughter, Anna Lee Ma- should take place every chacek, Solon; two sons, Ru- years. dolph, rural'Solon, and Emily, In 1389 Pope Urban VI re- Ely; 11 grandchildren a duced the time to 33 years to brother, Richard, Traer; ajcorrespond with the belief that sister, Janie Kudelka, and Christ lived that many half-sister Molly Stverkao, Then in 1470 Pope Paul II of California. Irulcd they should be held every .Services: Brosh chapel, Cedar quarter of a century. Rapids, Friday. Burial: Jubilee years have been held Sulek cemetery near Shueyville.Tegularly since then except in Friends mijy call at the chapel I the 19lh Century, because of po- after noon Thursday. (litical turmoil at the time. 10 YEARS AGO The wrec- kage of a light plane with three men aboard was found in hilly ng and also the easy way wooded country about 16 miles o place a want ad! from Mankato. AT SI MARK'S LUTHERAN CHURCH 2100 First Avenue N.K. 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