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The Des Moines Register Saturday. Octobkr26. 1991 3A Sigourney bus driver gets benefits For the Record Learning From the Past Corrections and Clarifications flBhp& n-:xvjm-- hmw a ty'-yr-:)Jtp? mmr.m; - -v wt)m&&ski&& Students from Clegg Park Elementary School in West Des Moines line up to enter the one-room schoolhouse at Living History Farms in Urbandale Tuesday. They spent a day there experienc- ing how children in the 1880s spent their school days. Inside, Cutbacks likely for ISU sports ISU Continued from Page 1A gram much if scholarships were dropped completely. Since gymnastics is mainly an upper-middle-class sport, "we'd still be competitive whether there were scholarships or not." Crawford also recommended that a temporary reduction of university money for sports information staff members and coaches' teaching classes be made permanent. Millions Saved Warren Madden, vice president for business and finance, and Thomas Thielen, vice president for student affairs, also gave their recommendations for cuts on campus. In all, the recommendations should save $3 million to $5 million on top of an estimated $4 million to $5 million in budget-cutting recommendations announced Monday. ISU President Martin Jischke must approve any cuts and the state Board of Regents must approve many of the changes. Crawford said the ISU committee headed by Daniel Robinson, a professor of professional studies, and Bill Goldring, assistant athletic director, will continue to review the operation of the entire department. Recommendations should be prepared by the February athletic council meeting. Other recommended ways to save money include: Seeking proposals for private management of the university book store, the university flight service and waste removal and recycling. Making what was a temporary cut in WOI-AM radio's broadcast hours permanent. WOI-AM no longer broadcasts between midnight and 5 a.m. Finding ways to make dormitory living more appealing to students. Fewer undergraduates are living in dorms, but the dorms should tailor more rooms for older students, graduate students and students who want special "quiet" floors. Special contracts also should be considered so students don't have to leave the dorms over breaks. Encourage more student organizations to "adopt a space" to clean up classrooms and campus grounds. Close Beyer Hall and State Gym to recreation during breaks and use the savings in the new recreation facility. Reduce weekend meals and daily breakfasts offered in the dormitories. More layoffs and reduced staff hours will result from the changes, the vice presidents said, but they said the details aren't known. Students will see the effects. Thielen said for the most part, the same services will be available "but I think it will be a little tougher for them to access them." Crawford said that student opportunities for foreign study would be narrowed and that the honors program will be limited. Madden said university staff and faculty will continue to clean their own offices "and you can all come join us on some Saturday morning while we clean." 36,000 Pounds Over Limit $17,000 fine By WILLIAM PETR0SKI Register Staff Writer An Osceola truck driver is facing a possible fine of $17,633 after being stopped by state trucking enforce ment officers for hauling what is believed to be one of the most overloaded corn trucks on record. DES MOINES Osceola 0 Mil"jOO Larry Carl Holmes, 48, of Osceola was stopped Sunday night as he pulled out of a truck stop on U.S. Highway 34 here with a semitractor trailer that allegedly weighed 115,680 pounds 36,680 pounds over the state's maximum truck weight limit. Dennis Kougias, acting commander of the Iowa Department of Transportation's truck enforcement district in southeast Iowa, said the allegations represent one of the most serious cases in memory of a truck Two Muscatine men face charges, fines for illegal hunting The Register's Iowa News Service Conesvllle, la. Two Muscatine men could face more than $6,000 in fines and penalties on charges of ille gal duck hunting. State conservation officers arrested Bruce Vipond and David Wingerter DES MOINES V Conesvllle) about 6:20 p.m. Wednesday along the Cedar River northeast of Cones-ville. The men had 19 wood ducks and two green-winged teal. Officers also found seven ducks at Vipond's home and 14 ducks at Win-gerter's home. The legal possession limit is six birds. Officers confiscated the birds, and seized two 12-gauge shotguns as evidence. Wingerter faces 19 charges of possession of migratory game birds in excess of the limit. He also was charged with unlawful transportation of migratory game birds and with illegal possession of a wild turkey more than 30 days after the close of the season. He could be fined as much as $2,947.50 and assessed $950 in damages. Vipond was charged with 11 counts of possessing more ducks than the legal limit. He also was charged with unlawful transportation of migratory game birds. He could face fines of $1,637.50 and penalties of $650. The men were ordered to appear Nov. 4 in Muscatine County Magistrate Court. Israel resigns post at Vennard College The Register's Iowa News Service Oskaloosa, la. Dr. Warthen T. Israel has resigned as president of Vennard College, citing a desire to return to the ministry. A search committee has been formed to look for a new president. Until one is found, Dr. Earl J. Stine, chairman of the board, will head a four-person committee to manage the college. BOB NANDEUTllE REGISTER they found a world of wood stoves and slate boards, and instead of fluorescent lights they read by oil lamps. Two to three groups of students use the schoolhouse each week to explore education more than a century ago. for overloaded corn truck Dennis Kougias, of the Iowa Department of Transportation's truck enforcement district in southeast Iowa, said the allegations represent one of the most serious cases in memory of a truck being overloaded with corn. being overloaded with corn. "For the type of load, this was probably one of the biggest we've run into," he said. Holmes was stopped by a DOT officer about 6:35 p.m. Sunday and was initially weighed on portable scales. When it became apparent his truck was severely overweight, he was escorted to permanent scales at a DOT facility on Interstate Highway 35, about two miles south of Osceola. Holmes was advised that he could not leave until his load was made legal, and some of the corn was load Prosecution May Be Difficult Ex-Iowan suffering amnesia still faces Idaho theft charges Former Burlington man sold his company's cargo to pay for his lodging in Nevada. By HOLLY A. SMITH Register Staff Writer A former Burlington man still faces charges in Idaho for a theft that occurred while he was suffering from amnesia. Arthur Paul Beal, 23, will have a preliminary hearing Oct. 30 on a charge of grand theft by unauthorized control. Beal went to Nevada in January to sell gourmet food for Bon Appetite, a food distributor in Boise, Idaho. When he didn't contact the company or return to Boise, the company filed charges. Police never recovered the $1,600 worth of food but did find the van Beal was driving. "Unauthorized control" means Iowa ACKLEY Wilma Bell. 71. ALBION Leonard Warrington. 82. ANKENY - Donald L. Larson, 78. AVOCA - Betty Lund. 64. BAYARD - Ruth Schoessler, 84. CEDAR RAPIDS - Donald Martin, 80. CHARLES CITY - Leon Scott, 72. CHESTER - Joseph Pisney, 83. CLUTIER George W. Haia, 79. COUNCIL BLUFFS - Sadie E. Lausen. 98; Richmond Peterson. 89; Delos C. Moats, 76: Kyle Andrew Brown. 2V4 months: Clarence T. Miller Sr., 77: Ross Hart. 74; Maude A. Seley. 86; Leslie H. Carberry, 71; Viola E. White. 76; James O. Fowler. 81, Mary Rosalita Culjat. 73; Agnes M. Hussman, 97. CRESCO - Carl White. 87; Charles Chihak, 90 DENVER - Lucinda E. Huck, 87. DES MOINES Blanche Geiger. 95: Abby Perry. 98; Lester M. Truman, 51 . Edwin William. 72. DURANT - Henry L A. Fromme. 87. EDDYVILLE - Eva M. Angell, 81. FONTANELLE - Mary I. Darling, 81 . GARWIN - Herbert Krough, 77. GLADBROOK Donald Fairchild, 90. GLENWOOD - Frances Lidgett, 70; Marie Boyce, 95 GREENFIELD - Clair Wessel, 60. HARLAN - Ruth Scheffler. 69 HEORICK - Beulah A. White. 91. HUBBARD - Erwin Lepper, 76. IRWIN - Julia LaVerne Steenhusen. 84. LE GRAND - Betty J. Moller. LE MARS Thelma Gavagan. 81. MAR5HALLTOWN - Donald Quirk. 55; Delmar C. I ed onto a second vehicle. However, he was then stopped a second time and his truck weighed 93,300 pounds, Kougias said. " Ten charges have been filed against Holmes in Clarke County District Court in connection with the overweight truck. Holmes could not be reached for comment Friday. Kougias said DOT officers frequently encounter trucks that are overloaded with corn during the harvest season. However, he added, "I don't think it is a problem more so than any other kind of truck enforcement problem." Beal had the right to possess the property, but he disposed of it in an unauthorized manner, authorities said. Beal sold the food to pay for lodging and other costs. Alan White, Ada County deputy prosecutor, said it's uncertain whether the alleged crime was committed because of amnesia. Beal was featured on "Unsolved Mysteries" earlier this month in an attempt to determine his identity. Friends in Burlington recognized him and notified his mother and stepfather there. White said it would be difficult for the prosecution to prove an amnesiac is acting with criminal intent. The Beal case is now being handled by the Boise city attorney because of a possible conflict of interests. The Ada County attorney was also prosecuting Thomas Bacon, owner of Bon Appetite, when the Beal case first surfaced. Bon Appe- Deaths Smith, 4; Dwight Little, 73: Carlton Ridout, 70; Richard Milligan, 75; Hazel Nicholson, 85, Elda C. Ropp. 93. MINDEN - Betty Elaine Lund, 63. MOSCOW Joseph R. Hunter, 86; Blaine Marston, 59 MOULTON - Hardin Marvin, 73. MUSCATINE - Hazel G. Foster, 86; Irene Stigers, 83; Anita Douglass. 76; Helen Behrens, 84; Paul Browning. 81; Henry E. Smith, 83. NEW HAMPTON - Mabel Stiefel. 84: Ed Haus. 89. NEWTON - Marjory Lash. 70 OAKLAND - Ada F. Zoeller , 97. OLLIE Gerald Bottger, 90 OSKALOOSA Fred Bunting Jr.. 74: Edythe M Hil- lard. 79; John H. Scheuermann. 76; Perry Tyrret. 83 OTTUMWA - Henry E. DePue. 75; Ruth M Enger, 79; William N. Fisk, 75; Carl Gardner Jr., 67; Wade Johnson, 87; Warren J. Rhynes, 69. Helen E. Zesiger. 83. REINBECK - Ora L. Cramer, 81. RICEVILLE - James Aulwes, 49. ROSE HILL Earl N. Geier Sr., 71. ST. ANTHONY Flossie Miller, 92. SIGOURNEY - Vera Shepherd, 96; Dale E. Stanley, 67 TABOR - Vernie Aubry, 89. TAMA Doris Doran, 79. VINCENT Carl Schmalenberger. 69. VINTON - Leo J. Paulsen, 75. WALNUT - Herbert John Sick. 83. WEST DES MOINES - Rachel Shpoliansky, 71. WEST LIBERTY John Rehbehn, 85. WILTON - Elmer Eickhofl, 73 By GENE RAFFENSPERGER Register Staff Writer Youngsters riding Wilmer L. Clin-gan's school bus called him foul names, said he smelled bad and alleged that he had sexual activities with students. Objects were thrown on the bus and some students stood while the vehicle was in motion, despite Clin-gan's instructions that they be seated. Clingan, 62, who lives near Sigourney and drove a Sigourney Community School District school bus route from August 1990 until May 1991, complained to school officials, but he said nothing was done to correct matters. So Clingan quit his $4,500 job and filed for unemployment benefits. A hearing officer denied his application, but Clingan appealed and an administrative law judge granted the benefits. Those facts are in a report from an Employment Appeal Board hearing, which upheld the law judge's granting of benefits to Clingan, saying he was justified in quitting his job because working conditions were unsafe, intolerable and detrimental. The appeal board said a bus driver's responsibility is safe operation of the bus, and a driver can be expected to do only so much In maintaining discipline and control over the students. Chicago architect hired atWartburg The Register's Iowa News Service Waverly, la. Ben Weese, a Chicago architect, has been authorized to begin designs for a new chapel on the Wartburg College campus here. The new chapel will be named after Elmer Wavering, retired chief executive officer and vice chairman of Motorola. He donated $1 million to the project in memory of his late wife, Vera. Russia is lecture topic at College of St. Mary Special Dispatch to The Register Omaha, Neb. Wallace Johnson, president of Summit Ltd., will speak on "Russia, the Paradox of Change, and Its Future" at 7: 1 5 a.m. Nov. 4 at the College of St. Mary. He has been involved in Soviet commerce since 1976. Arthur Paul Beal was featured on 'Unsolved Mysteries' earlier this month in an attempt to determine his identity. tite was Beal's employer. Restitution Is currently being discussed with Beal, said Bill Nary, deputy city attorney. Nary was told by Beal's attorney that Beal does not remember anything about his trip to Las Vegas. At this point, his memory hasn't returned. Beal's attorney also told Nary that a doctor examined Beal and confirmed that he had amnesia. Charges were filed against Beal in March. In Idaho, grand theft carries a fine of up to $ 10,000 and one to 20 years in jail. Still In Business Largest Henreaon and Drexel-Heritage Furniture Dealer! SAVE UP TO 40 OFF ON ALL FURNITURE! An is Furniture wants lo remind you thai we're still in biiiiiH-M... Doens of furniture stole have tome and gone kince 1928. when we opened our doom. So. we're having a "Still in Busmen Sale" lo celebrate. ..With tavmgs up to 40 percent in every department. The Register strives for accuracy and fairness. Errors in our news columns win be corrected in this space. Readers who believe the paper has erred may request a correction by telephoning the office of the editor at (515) 2844502. LOTTERIES Iowa Lottery Friday's Daily Deal: 57. 8. 60, Q Complete lottery listings: Pig ZT Reader's Guide To start delivery or to report a service praMem Call from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday; 6 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday; 7 a.m. to noon Sunday. (919) 2844311 1-800-369-IOWA To place a classified ad To order an ad for the Sunday or daily Register, call from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Wednesday; 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday-Friday; 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday. (919) 2844141 1-800-932-1989 Sljc Des JTJrincff Agister A GANNETT NEWSPAPER Published Monday through Saturday DES MOINES REGISTER AND TRIBUNE COMPANY 715 LOCUST STREET DES MOINES. IA. 50309 Vol. 143. No. 107 October 26. 1991 Suggested Retail Prices Dealer and vendor (single copy) .50 Carrier (foot) in Iowa 6 days $2.25wk. U S. mail (in Iowa) 12 70wk. U.S. mail (outside Iowa) $3.90wk. The Des Moines Register is distributed by the Det Moines Register and Tribune Company and by independent contractors. In areas served by independent contractors, prices may vary from the suggested retail prices since independent contractors establish their own pricing policies. The Des Moines Register (USPS 154760) is published daily except Sunday for $1 17 per year (toot carrier) by the Des Moines Register and Tribune Company, 715 Locust Street, Des Moines, la. 50309-3724. Second-class postage paid at Des Moines, la. Postmaster: Send address changes or subscription questions to the Des Moines Register, Circulation Department. P.O. Box 957, Des Moines, la. 503040957. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use or reproduction of all local news printed in this newspaper. ADVERTISEMENT Death Notices COMER Services for Rudy M. Comer of Woodward will be 10 AAA Saturday at St. Malachy's Catholic Church. Madrid, Interment Beaver Catholic Cemetery, Granger. Vigil service 7 PM Friday at Brandt Funeral Home Woodward HiZlSl HANNAM Services for Heilen "Nell" Geraldine Hannam of 4414 N.W. 84th Street will be 10:30 AM Monday at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Melrose, Iowa. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery. Vigil service 7 PM Sundav at l)2?Orn'ndAve.r1 iST'lM KELLEY Services for Roma will be 10 AM Monday at St. Mel's Catholic Church, Visitation after 4 PM Sunday with CaldwelBrTenRobblni PERRY Graveside services for Mrs. Abby A. Perry of 1919 60th Street will be 2 PM Saturday at the Garrett Cemetery near Delta, Iowa. Dunn's Funeral Heme 2121GrondAve. 244-2121 RAOAN For information regarding services for GranvilleL. Raoanof 61M Meadow Crest cal I Punn'srunerol Home SPENCER Services for porla K. Spencer of Granger will be 1 PM Monday at St. peter Lutheran Church, Grimes, Interment Sunny Hill Cemetery, Grimes. Prayer service 7 PM Sunday at Brandt Funeral Home Dallas Center tn-im WRIGHT Services for Irene Wright of Grimes will be 2:30 PM Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church, Grimes. Interment Sunny Hill Cemetery, Grimes. Brandt Funeral Home Pal los Center mum Services Scheduled Monday CORA TERRILL HATFIELD 1501 Office Park Rood Graveside service 10 AM Monday Laurel Hill Cemetery ROBERT EDWARD HAMMEN 322 Gepke Parkway 2 PM Calvary Reformed Church Sunset Cemetery DOROTHY E. ANDERSON 2555 Wedgwood 1 1 AM at The funeral home Sunset Memorial Gardens AlULTON'j) njNiuAi icuviu 405 Lyon, Des Moines (515)243-5221 2607 tRgorattll Ave. DesMolnese 244-3243 HOURS: Mon,M,Tues.-8t.- VISA, MasterCard Accepted zn. jit

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