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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - June 30, 1966, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Public la Cedar Baptis to wac bul 5196s Public Library Cadam As chief Mati Law abiding citizens the losers recent supreme court decisions which Lay Down rules of procedure for confessions and other statements of Evi Dence Are of grave con Cern to local Law enforce ment officials c Edar rapids police chief George Matias said tuesday that the new rulings will be a blow to the investigatory method 1 hamper prosecutors and could have harmful con sequences the High c ourt ruled that a suspect must be advised that he has the right to re main silent and to consult an attorney before and during questioning he must be advised of these rights before a statement May be taken but what if some Guy busts in my office and says he just shot his wife asks chief Matias Ive got to first advise x him of his rights before i Cali ask him what he did with the body the chief pointed out that if the suspect admits guilt in a statement then a hearing is held to decide if the statement is admissible by Denbei if a confession is filed out when it is the major evidence it is Likely that circumstantial cases will fail a professional Crook leaves Little tangible evidence but if we get a tip and pick him up and he admits to a crime we could get a if the court throws oat the admission what do we do id venture to say 80 of the Guys that Are in the Penitentiary today Are there because they made statements the rulings Are seen to be More of a hindrance to prosecuting att ornies than to police investigations must continue and v questioning proceed we will find ourselves Moren j and More in the position e of having enough evidence to make an arrest but not enough to get a conviction chief Matias went on to say that his department will try to keep some kind of record of the effect of the new rules on investigations and convictions the supreme court should be interested in the results that was a divided 5 to 4 decision rulings must come to help enforce ment unless they do there could be a decline in the morale of police depart ments chief m Ati As s ays that recruiting is difficult and keeping Good men is an increasingly hard task As officers see care Ful potentially dangerous continued on Page 5 Iowa Independent newspaper citizen times Empire 56078 a journal of fact and opinion 606 4th Avenue South East volume five number six published weekly in Cedar rapids june 30 1966 Zach for tax Burden is to great11 solemn moment John j Zacher or of Republican nomination for created Senate seat in the Iowa legislature he announced thursday Linn county presently has two Senate seats and will get a third this year because of re apportionment by the 1965 legislature in his announcement Zachar commented the present property tax Bur Den is by far too great for everyone and particularly unfair to elderly homeowners has a discouraging effect on prospective Home buyers and is restricting com Mercial and Industrial growth and construction in the state our present personal property tax in the City is difficult and expensive to assess fairly and in the county is too heavy a Burden on the Farmer i pledge every Effort toward the reduction of property taxes and the elimination of Perso Nal property taxes he also said our children Are our future they de serve the Best in educational opportunities and facilities Iowa ranks near the Bottom in state Aid to schools with about 11 now paid by the state i will work toward substantially increasing state Aid to schools for the Benefit first to our children and second to the property taxpayer born in Cedar rapids june 10 1923 Zachar is continued on Page 70 sorg 10wans will not be bribed11 a Marion pharmacist or no Fritz photo by Grant John Philly son of or and mrs Edwin Phill of 1206 Sioux drive new and Allen see son of or Gaylord see of 1527 e Avenue new Are pictured taking the boy scout oath in a recent boy scout induction at Fillmore school news of servicemen great lakes ill from civilian to Navy Seaman recruits was taught and supervised Richard Wilson 19 son by experienced Navy Petty of or and mrs Wwilson of 806 North ave Terry Kramer 18 son of mrs Bernice Kramer of 1605 fifth Street Kenneth j Glaus 19 son of or and mrs Georg Lavonne Glaus of 795 Shaver Road officers he Learned the Basic skills of seamanship As Well As survival techniques military Drill and other Basic subjects upon completion of his recruit training he was from Linn county a born dece Niber 25 1909 in Fayette county sorg has lived in Linn county for 20 years graduated from the Public school at Hawkey e he received a a degree from the state College of Iowa at Cedar Falls he then went to the University of Iowa where he received a is degree and ams degree in Pharao optical chemistry or sorg taught pharmacy for 8 years at Sui before coming to Marion in 1945 where he is owner operator of the sorg pharmacy in his announcement or sorg said i believe in the capacity of the people for self govern ment and firmly believe that the people will chose v assigned to a school Shore David m Dixon 19 son station or ship according representative this year of or and mrs Jess Dixon to the results of his Navy will reflect their classification tests his own thinking desires and the needs of of 1731 Ellis blvd Doug Conklin 19 son of or and mrs eve Conklin of the Navy 3300 i ave and John m san Diego Kramer 18 son of or c e Kramer of 1506 fourth St new All of Cedar rapids Iowa have completed seven weeks of Navy Basic training at the naval training Center in the first weeks of their naval service they studied military subjects and lived and worked under conditions similar to those they will encounter on their first ship or at their first Shore stations in making the transition Calif Navy Seaman Randy d Dunn son of or and mrs Paul Dunn of 5449 Cedar draw David j Kaplan son of or e l Kaplan of 1405 c ave Richard g King son of or and mrs g0 r King of 1465 Golf View done and Dennis r Sundholm son of or and mrs n Sundholm of 2735 b ave Neall of continued on Page 2 and carry out their mandates in the legislature Lowans will not again be bribed by wild promises if elected i intend to represent All of the people conscientiously and without Bias and his wife Nellie have 2 daughters mrs Charles Bernstein of Elmhurst new York and mrs Richard Lyford of sorg has been dept for theist a of committee and Cross Board the red

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