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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2A The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., October 30. 1974 — City Briefs — I SEA Head Proposes $60 Million I PERS Plan By Judy Daubenmier Optimist Club — Sister Gene- The head of a state teachers worse teacher retirement system than Iowa.” Galvin said. Upper Iowa — Upper Iowa)    ~    v,v"v'i    .    "    “    And the system does not equal university will hold ai open ^!«vf Birchard. Republican can-organization Tuesday called theWi|$ aid    0|hor stalf house at the Roosevelt hotel d,da,<'Mtor Li'm county treasur- Iowa Public Employes Retire- p|ovos undcr olher lowa plans. Nov. IO at 2 p.m. University of- cr' speak to the Thursday men( system (IPERS) the sec he said, ficials will be on hand to visit ™?.n, ?*. V mon '°<>M ond worst teacher retirement j 20 Percent with alumni and friends of tho    ^    ^ ‘ ^    system    in    the    nation    and pro- The 120,000 state employes university. Persons ^tending    ,    _    ,    '    t#    I including 40000 leachers. are urged to return their reser-|War(J m    ^ m Uparen)s.    under IPERS can "earn    at best a retirement benefit that    equals ~    ~    2    TT.    only 20 percent of their final sal- (See Story on Page 3C)    arv." he said. vation cards. ♦ * Clothes Taken Roger John- BishoPs dl>™>«'™ ^ son. Webster City, Tuesday reported a duffle bag containing a wool shirt, a pair of pants, a pair of socks and a toilet kit taken Saturday from Clinton high school s charter bus at Kingston stadium. The items were valued at $51. ♦ * * Furs exclusively — Berger Furrier, Marion. — Adv. *    *    * Parts Taken -- Richard Blunt, 325 Fifth street NW, Tuesday reported a set of headers valued at $70 taken from the garage at his residence. ♦ * * Buresh Rental — Rent it — Try it — Like it — Buy it.—Adv. ♦    *    * Sign Damaged — Richard Finley, manager of Guaranty Bank and Trust Co., 191 Jacolyn drive NW, Tuesday reported a 5 by 6-foot plastic sign in front of the building broken. The sign was valued at $1,500. *    *    * Best Rental Rents The Best. ► Adv. *    *    * Jewelry Stolen — Agnes Kon-igsmark, 1445 Second street SE, Tuesday reported a gold earring, a wedding ring, a bracelet and emerald earring taken|o»T Open"i«:3» to 3:30.-Adv. from her residence. The items were valued at $185. *    *    * Shampoo living room $1195. bedroom $8.95. Diamond Carpet 366-6226.—Adv. *    *    * Car Entered — Emery A Ro- Re-elect Maurice Hennessey.,' Walter Galvin, president ofL    °    ps ‘J? th.a receive a State Representative 22nd Dis-the Iowa State Education Assn.,    H    ptMcen[. 'cement trict—Democrat. Paid by Mau-j,LSEA) said at a news confer-' e Jud8eis’ P°1,ce dicers, rice Hennessey.—Pol. Adv. :encc that IPERS improvementfir^e;andf^ly membors * * *    .*, . ,.    , r ,    at    the    state universities. will be his groups number one; tCL,A Reward I I Person who called legislative goal    president    suggest about grey cat found any time! ..0nlv South Dakota has ed: Sept.- Oct. Call 365-9295. “Princess” — Adv. * * * Needlecraft Corner now open. Comer of Robins Road and highway 150, Hiawatha. 393-0017. — Adv. *    *    * New arrival of Jack Winter Sportswear. 6 to 16. Coach House Fashions. 110 3rd St. S.E. — Adv. *    *    * St. Pius X Holiday Bazaar, sandwich booth, November 2nd 9 A M. to 9 P.M., November 3rd 9 A M. to 5 P.M. - Adv. *    *    * Changing the contribution system of IPERS to a 2 for I contribution with the employer paying $2 for each $1 of employe contributions; Removing the $10,800 salary ceiling for IPERS contributions; Using the highest five of the last IO years as the base for determining retirement benefits. Increasing the IPERS benefit four persons appeared in formula to provide 50 percent magistrate’s court on charges of benefit after 30 years of ser-drunk driving.    vice; Tyrone Meyer, 375 Sixth ave-j providing presently retired Magistrate Hears 4 Drunk Driving Cases nue, Marion, pled guilty Mon- IPERS employes with at least day and was given a 90-day sus- $10 a month additional benefits pended jail sentence. He was for year 0f public service. Parent s Without Partners arrested Aug. IO.    paid for from the state general 362-3796, 364-4373. - Adv. I leonard Smith. Central City. fund. *    *    *    Pled guilty Monday and was    Contributions Fight Crime — Vote Eugene **ned and costs- He was ar- Galvin said about 80 percent Kopecky. Democrat. County At- rcsted Au8 I®* .    of the cost for the new program torney. Paid by Tom Shea. Pol. Adv. ♦ * * Rose’s Candle Niche Anniver-ary Celebration and Christmas Display week. 739 10th St. Mari- ♦ * * Evy's Lounge: Halloween Par-*arrcsted Ort- ® ty Wed. — prizes. Marilyn ands Tony; Fri. — Blair Thorn Trio,    |$    Fined Katherine Leinen, Hiawatha, Would come from employer con-pled guilty Monday and sentenc- tributions, and the rest from ing was deferred until Oct. IO, employe contributions. 10/6. She was arrested July 3.^ jbe program would cost about James I- ranzenburg. \ an ^ million more a year. Horne, waived a preliminary jpers proposals have the hearing Tuesday and was bound backing of the Joint Council on over to the grand jury. He was jpgRs composed of 18 public employe groups, who will (Next to —Adv. Paramount Theatre) Come * out * to * the $1,000 on Two World si Drug Charges present a “united front” to the legislature for the first time, Galvin said. “I have every confidence the legislature will come up with changes in IPERS. We do not have anybody at this point we genhaugh, 2725 Third avenue.,, Marion. Tuesday reported 40    Garage    Sale,    sponsored.    622 Tenth avenue "    "J'      r”'rr. fanes and a taro* rasn (ak™ bv the WMT Stations for Camp ™    ,    ",    would consider an enemy. There lr; his car aMfepia- e“ Washington high school. The    lf"n/tays Dorn>• Note I .md    cargos of poLssisS of con items were valued at $212.    |2    .    . . 9 a m. to 9 p.m.—Adv. isn t a single legislator who has expressed negative feelings about the idea of changing * * * Birthyear coin sets: A nice Story Hour: *    trolled    substance    and    possession    *• be sajd Weekly story    deliver    were dis-j    An interjm studv committee nwwy swry missed Tuesday on a motion of gift. Most years available. Jer- hour for preschoolers will he iu" st'»p YVascharBedwithSUp^L Ip^HS change. accord- !given Thursday from 9:45 to    La    LL    I?    ,n*    to    Galvin,    although    not    nec- ome’s—Adv. Two Sought in C. R. Assault Merril L. Brown, 25, of 706 Fifth avenue SE. received 12 stitches to the left side of his head at Mercy hospital Tuesday after he was hit by a thrown piece of concrete. Brown and another man had loaded a sofa at St. Vincent De Paul, 928 Seventh street SE, at 4:40 p.m. Tuesday when they asked some neighborhood children to get off the sofa. A few minutes later two men .r . .    ,    possession and intent to deliver .ccari.., ,h„ I*™* nmm-um nm 10:15 a m. at Kenwood branch m rii n„ nnd hashish on Oct essar,1*v the exact Pr°Srdm Pro* marijuana ana nasmsn on uct , posed by the ISE A. . .    .    The    committee    has    not    sub- He pled guilty to two charger    jtf fjna| of possession and was fined $oA0    L and costs on each charge. He,    Leadership ,n was charged with possession of Calvin said much of fbe lead-marijuana and hashish on Oct. ersh*P for ^proving IPERS ll. (library, 3223 First avenue SE, land from 10:45 to 11:15 a m. at (First Presbyterian church downstairs lounge, room 151. Halloween costumes are order. *    *    * A County Attorney must be qualified for vigorous prosecution. Vote Richard D. Raymon candidate    for    Linn County    Attorney.    Paid    by    Raymon    fop Linn County Attorney Campaign—Pol. Adv. *    *    * Johnny's Parkway, corner El- session Guilty Plea Entered In C. R. Drug Case David Fra lev. no address. pled guilty Tuesday in magis trate s court to a charge of pos- showed teachers who retired be came from Cedar Rapids, including Supt. Craig Currie; Jim Freeman, a Cedar Rapids teacher and former ISEA president. and Louisa Peak, a retired Cedar Rapids teacher. A survey of retired teachers p e r f o r fried by Miss Peak tween 1953 and 1963 are receiv of a controlled sub- lis and F Ave. NAV. Thursday (stance. Sentencing was deferred ing an average 0f $] 14 jn month Special: Salisbury steak, served foe one year.    jy retirement benefits. up til 8:30 P.M. Come in as you He was charged wuh posses- Teachers who retired between appeared and complained about are Carry out orders welcome! sion of marijuana on Sept. 29. the manner in which Brown had spoken to the children. The younger of the two men threw the five-to-six-inch piece of 2986 concrete, knocking Brown to the Adv. * * * 5 Piece recording system, 365-Adv. * * * ground, police said    Closing    Out    -    50%    to    30%    re- The man who hit Brown with diction, hours IO to 5. Mon.-Sat the concrete was described as jim<s    Vernon Heights Phar ;    schools, has been elected___ black, 18 to 19 years old, 5 feet maCy    1906 Mt. Vernon    Rd. S.E    tion chairman to represent the 9 inches, 140 pounds and with; _ Adv,    statc-s    athleUc    directors    m    the medium tength hair. The other    *    *    *    iowa    Assn    for    Health.    Physical man was black, in his late 20s Grand Opening!    Avenue    Education, and Recreation, and^ also had medium length piorai    and Botanical,    by Pier-    Ecker will assume office at son’s, 39 flowers! Ecker Heads State Athletic Organization Tom Ecker, coordinator of athletics and intramurals for the Cedar Rapids Community sec- hair. Private Services For Clio Primrose NORWAY — Clio Primrose, 93, widow of John Primrose, died in Dysart Tuesday following a long illness. Born Sept. 9, 1881. near Norway, she was married Oct. 5. 1904. She taught several years in country schools. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. John Meland, Newhall; three grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, and nine great-great-grandchildren. Private services Thursday at 1:30 at the George Brosh resi-' dence, Norway. 16th Ave. S.W., Free the organization's state conven-- Adv.    tion in Council Bluffs Friday. 3964-73 were earning on the average of $130 a month in retirement benefits under IPERS.} ^lif CtHur RnpicU Anjfttf fcstooujb*«J »n ill) by Th* Goz*ti* Co a*4 P'jb>iih*<) doily and Sunday at SOO Th rd ave SC. Cedar Rapid*, lowo 5?«0« Second clots pottos* paid at Cedar Rop dt. Iowa Subtcription ratet bv carrier Ii centi a week By moil Night Edition ond Sunday * issues 13 TS a month. 139 OO a year Af ter noon Editions and Sundov 7 issues 13 IS o month. $40 OO a veor Other states and U S territories SAO OO a yeor No Moil Subscriptions accepted in oreas norms Gazette comer set vice The Associated Press is entitled e»elusively to the use for republication of ail the local news printed in this news paper as well as ail AP nows dispatches Politico! 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