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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., April 6, 1971  Mg • * <>:    •    •    *•w*    * • v-  NACION At WI Aint* St* Vtct tot! CAS? ta ?AM III 4*  Judging Under Way on  Science Fair Entries  DEATHS  Mrs. John Hallene  Ruth Amy Hallene, formerly  I he 1974 Eastern Iowa Science | has produced a brace of winners fair is under way in the Washington high school gymnasium.  The noise and excitement are I at a considerably lower key than they are for traditional events in the gym but the tension was there Saturday as a battery of judges studied the exhibits and interviewed the students in the process of selecting  four Eastern Iowa champions. one of the more intriguing More than 75 students from 201 warning signs declared: “Cau-schools are entered in the two- j tion: Stay back when volcano is day competition. Seventeen stu- in action.” It was posted at an college in Cedar Falls, she had dents are entered from Cedar 'eight-inch “mountain” used in a 'been a member of First Congregational church and Friendly Service of King’s Daughters.  en *| Mice apparently are passe Surviving is a sister, Mrs. with today’s youthful scientists. Faye Domer, Cedar Rapids.  Agent Named To Help Elderly Locate Jobs  Rapids, representing the largest ■ geologic study of how mountains local line-up in several years, j are formed.  Another ten students are tered from Marion.  in recent years,    has    five en- j  0 f 383 Nineteenth street SE, and j Senior citizens looking for  trants.    widow of John Hallene, died at  vvor ^  bave  t be ir  0vvn  agent now  The competitive exhibits will  a  T\T ar ion nursing home Satur- at tllG Eedar Ra P ids o! * ice  °f  tbe  .    *    ....     a  Marion nursmg nome t>aiur j state employment service.  be open for public inspection  day  following a long iHness.    she    is    Pauline Wagamon,  until 9 o clock tonight and front    resident of Cedar Rapids director of    a new department  I to 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Admis- since 1930, she was born in for seniors, sion is free.    Grundy county Nov. 22, 1892, | Mrs. Wagamon will devote  Beware of Volcano     and married in Cedar Ra P ids in  most of her time to finding part-  October, 1935. Before her mar- time and full-time jobs for peonage she had been a teacher in  p j e  over 60 (tears of age.  Eagle Grove and Ogden. A grad-  new serv j ce  f or  older citi-uate of Iowa State Teachers  zens was  launched in March  through a federal grant to the Cedar Rapids Jaycees. It parallels a national effort called Operation Mainstream, and is designed to put retired persons back to work whenever they  V—v  u* WlAtWfft FOK* AST #  SNOW Afft  “TTT**!* _    Afft  ASnowits ^ how  Maquoketa high school, which J chickens and guppies were used Services: Turner chapel east (j cs i ro  ]{  in maze tests, with the latter I at 1:30 p.m. Monday by the:  The  j aycees are  coordinating performing in a series of watery Rev. Glenn Bender of First Con-I^  nevv  ‘program The Jaycee  gregational church. Burial:  wives  organization is perform-  Skies will be sunny over much of the nation Sunday. However, showers will extend from the Pacific Northwest into the northern Rockies, and snow flurries will persist near the lower Great Lakes. Clouds will spread into the northern plains.  Tells Sum to Miss Woods,  Donald Mixon^ is seeking a lower costinsula '  Pauline Wagamon  tunnels  Inflation and the energy crisis produced works by several young people. One, for instance,  —Daily Record-  City Briefs  Michael K. Daugh-  WASHINGTON (AP) - President Nixon's former personal  I tion. He’s been experimenting with cornstalks, vacuum clean- j ings, dried grass, paper strips!  Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner east until I p.m. Monday. The casket will not be opened following the service.  Honored  The Weather  H:gh temperatures Friday, low temperatures overnight and inches cf pre     cipifation                  Anchorage    44 33    L. Angeles    85 56      Atlanta    40 37    Miami    to 61 .60      Bismarck    58 73    Min'apolis    46 30      Chicago    40 35    N. Orleans    49 50      Denver    55 33    New York    71 45 .36      Duluth    47 29    Phoenix    90 51      Honolulu    82 73 .06    Seattle    55 45 .17      Houston    47 57    Washington    67 44 .23     lim a.m. gas tank at 45  NE.  1:18 p.m. Friday. Gas odor at 2117 Bever avenue.  5:08 p.m. Short in wiring at 6801 Sixth street SW.  5:48 p.m. Friday. Furnace to  crtv, 1547 Fifth avenue SE, has I ® lven  P° r,l0ns of a S1 °?- 000 cam ‘ been named to the fall semester  , ' algnln  1  g „ g, “  ir0 , m bllIlona ‘ re  honor roll at North Texas State  Howard Hu S hes -  ,l 15 rcportcd '  Attorney Herbert Kalmbach told both the senate Watergate Committee and the Watergate special prosecutor’s office that  lawyer has given sworn testimo-  and  ' ust plain dirL  ny that Nixon’s private secre-.    Garbage Burner  tary and a brother of the Pres-    Q ne  experiment on    energy   or  produced gases by burning gar-  i ident were either loaned  Fires  24 WaitaTtrSS university. Renton.  * * *  Onion sets, 69c lb. Hiawatha Garden Center.—Adv.  * * *  Breakin Reported — James t> an k er  C. G.  Nixon confidante and Florida Bebe” Rebozo   £  u.-ro y. in. r nudv, i Mintier in     tV v.    uumvo  Extended Outlook — Chance ot;combustible material at 1046 F    Howell reported the estate of an disclosed to him last spring that  showers or    thundershowers avenue KW.    aunt al 2535 J street SW was .....  J     “  Monday. Little    or no precipi-l Friday. short in temper-     b R  into between Wednesday  Tiiewtav and ?, Her,neat. serv.ee at 155a l^nd Friday anTan anhque table  tation indicated Tuesday and  Fi ;. 5l avcnue  ne.  Iowa Deaths  Medicine Taken From Car Is a Possible Hazard  Three bottles of a prescription  ing extensive research and outreach work with the elderly.  The Area Agency on the Aging at Kirkwood Community college is serving as consultant.  “There aren’t enough jobs for senior citizens right now,” said of the interior for the Missouri Mrs. Wagamon. “But employers basin region, and Maurice Van are beginning to realize that Nostrand, chairman of the Iowa I these people are willing to work commerce commission, will and are dependable.”    'head a list of speakers at an  Conference on Mining in Iowa Planned by Coe  An assistant to the secretarv  bage, using solar energy.  Homemakers will find the exhibit area dotted with such proj-1 medicine, which if taken in ects as testing the power of quantity could be dangerous,  were among items taken Thursday or Friday from a car.  Mrs. Wagamon wants to hear from both elderly persons seeking work and employers who have jobs suited for persons over 60 years of age.  She is on duty from 7:30 a m.  energy conference at Coe college dealing with the strip mining in Iowa.  The conference will be held from I to 4:30 p.m. April 13 in Cherry auditorium at Coe.  various detergents in breaking up oil and in the most effective  way for cleaning carpets.    Richard    Radloff,    Cascade,    to 4:30 p.m. Monday through! The conference, sponsored by  The latter also tested the bac- told police the medicine    valued    Friday at    the    employment of-    Coe    and    organized    by    Rodney  teria build-up in carpets in at $125 was stolen from    his    car    fj C e. 601 Eighth    avenue    SE. Her    oto,    Kaneohe,    Hawaii, a    student  various rooms. Incidentally, the while it was parked in    the    600    telephone    number is    365-9474,    intern in    the    office    of    student  and an antique sewing machine, ! da y-  both of undetermined value ) The story, by Carl Bernstein qhe count, and an electric sewing machine  and R ? b  Woodward, quoted in- Cedar Rapids schools reprevalued at $40 were taken.  ‘formed sources.  Kalmbach’s purported state-  Wednesday. Highs during the period in the 50s. Lows in the  30s.    Vinton    — John Scheel,    87,  a n va/ I    Services Tuesday at ll, Camp-  C. R. Weather    bell’s, where friends may call  Hi oh Frirtav    5*’     aftcr 1 Sunda . v -    *    *    *  Low overnieht............. 35'*-“1— ~<F U a  D -    Best    Rental,    open 7-9 week-  bow overnigni ............ oo    57 services Sunday at 3. Po-     Q  - e J ■ ah  Noon Saturday ............ 56    well’s in North English. Casket     aa . vs<     °' J  ounaajs. — Adv.  2 p.m. Saturday ....... 5$    will not be open at any time.    *    *    *  Precipitation .*........... welJg     M ‘f ing     “  Maudc A '  Total for April ............ I 63 "30 Snider?    Hovorka,    Kb    of 1151 Center  Normal for April .......... 2.79    Decorah — Freeman Alberts,     Poin    road  ^ E < reported I-rida\  Normal through April 7.81     76 -  Sen ices  Monday at 2. De-    she w'as missing more than    $100.  Total for 1974 ........... 7.08    p^ ! j,,V utneran church - Olson-1 which was lost or stolen during Woods’ testimony under oath  Barometer, falling .....30.02    Decorah    —    Joseph    Dahlc,     a    sho PP in S     Ri F-    I    that    she    never    received    any  Humidity at noon ........50%    ~ 3  Olson-F.ielstul.  money was passed on to Rose    kitchen had a higher    bacteria    block    of Twenty-eighth    street extension 30.  Mary Woods and Donald    Nixon,    count than the bathroom and    court    SE.  the Washingon Post said    Satur-;vacuuming was more    effective!    The    medicine    is    for    a hor-  than shampooing in    reducing    mone    deficiency    of    the    adrenal  sented in the competition were Regis, Taft, St. Jude, Harding, ments are in direct contradic- Wilson, Washington and Jeffer-  Cerebral Palsy Presents Award  glands, Radloff said. If a whole! bottle’s contents are swallowed.! the gland activity of the person is slowed, he said.  Radloff also reported the theft  tion to sworn testimony by Re-1 son. Marion students were en- of a tape player valued at $75jurday the winner in New York bozo that he kept the entireitered from Linn-Mar. C. B. Ver-and 25 stereo tapes valued at  0 f the United Cerebral Palsy  S 100.000 in a safe deposit box for non and St. Joseph’s.  three years and returned it to -  Hughes  They also contradict Miss  $125 from his car.  .....    ,    , . I Sigourney — Paul Adolph  Wind direction and velocity jSeibel. 65. Services Monday at at Gazette weather station at ; 2, United Methodist church.  2 p.m., S at 18 m.p.h.    Reynolds’.  _    Brooklyn    —    Maria    William'--,  Sun rises Sunday, 6:40; sun,90. Services Sunday at 2. Unit-sets. 7:39.    ed    Presbyterian church. Neve-  ,    ...    ,    hovcn’s.  \ ear Ago Today High, 69; Earlville — Leo P. Sellner, low 46; precipitation, none. 67. Services Monday at ll, St.  Degree Days  Friday ...................... 25  Totafto date ............ 6.252  *    *    *    money    from    Rebozo.  Opening for hairdresser - full j On Friday Les Whitten, ani  Report Wilson Signature  Forged; Political Storm  activities at Coe. will deal with Gov. Robert Ray’s proposed plan to develop Iowa’s coal resources through strip mining. Tyson W. Whiteside, assistant _  n  CL j to the secretary of the interior. To C. R. School will speak on “Natural Resource Development — Empha-Taylor school was named Sat-  sjs on Coa| and Gas -  Van Nostrand will talk about  “The Impact of the Energy Crisis on Iowa and Some Reactions to the Governor’s Plan To Strip Mine”.  Man Made Environment award for 1973.  The award, which recognizes efforts to make public facilities more accessible to the handi- Matthew J. Awin of the Iowa capped, will be presented April Geological Suixey, a geologist 20 in New Orleans at the annual f° r { be coal program, w ill speak  on “Problems with Coal in  .......... i    -    ,    LONDON    (AP)    -    Labor    law-    sooner    or later to launch the , m £? tin 8.°(  ,bo  ^ rgaa ‘^ tl0 p„.  v  j ovva -  or part time. Maxines Hair- aide to columnist Jack Ander-  makers are  cessing Prime i-inH «r rhetor ac^inatinn  Thf> 1 mted Cerebral Pa s >  10     ’.....  styling, 365-2335.—Adv.    .son reported on Anderson’s Mu- Mj n j stcr  wilson to make a pub-    '    !     T  ‘  Assns  ’  Inc “  said .  tbe  Taylor State Sen. lorn Riley iR-C.R.)  *    *    *    tual Radio Network show that I... statement about an alleged "hich    and    the    lorv    school concept of including ser- will ‘alk about The Legisla-  Cash Taken- Mary J. Hin- Kalmbach had told investiga-  f  "...  nf his si , Tnaturfl in a  j ct . party are noted,” Hayward vices for the physically band- ture’s Response to the Energy ton, rural Cedar Rapids, report- tors that some money had gone  tPr  connected with a controver-  said -    icapped in a public school is Crisis and Reactions to the Coved Friday an office at the! t0  Miss Woods and another per-1 sial land deal     Five    newspapers - the Daily exemplary.    ernor’s Strip Mining Proposal .  Sunrise mobile home court, 5305 son close to the President. j  Th  legislators think the af- Mai1 ’  Daily Ex P ress ’  Sun< Lon '  The award is bascd on the  Sixth street SW, was broken into The Post story “ !J    K    J    _     ^     : j—j ---» » —  cd Friday an office at the to Miss Woods and another per-  s : a i ] anf j  c i ea i  Sunrise mobile home court, 5305 son close to the President.    Vho    legislators    think the af- Mail -  Daily Ex P ress -  Sun -  L()n *  The award ls bascd on   ton?^ whe a re n0 RosSv rC will^ be  Slxth street SW ’ was broken into  The Post story said Rebozo  f i vh ich is makin” dailv front  don Evenin S Standard and Un- design and construction of the vVHdlife F recited ^8:45^ Saturday and  and  «« cash was taken.     made     the reported disclosure to|^ W £2iS e Tte«, has been ^n Evening News - have been school, which opened last fall.     on  - An K   wake service at 8 Sunday.    *    *    *    Kalmbach    in    asking legal ad-  hlown u ut of a] ,  DroDOrt j 0 n in  served NUth ,ibel writs b - v  " d   Iowa City — Cyril J. Tauber, Any size living room sham-vice shortly after the     p     proportion    in  Thomas Martin of the  ederation will  _nvironmenta!ist Taylor school had previously I aclion to  strip Mining ”.  Iowa  speak s Re-  _    ,    .    .      _ T         banker 01     7     W1  #I .    771;    J    son    or    Mrs.    Williams.    All except won the state award of the Unit-  Through April 5, 1974 ......6.257    7u7/7uL^ Io ^. c i-^- a ^-U Don r,    Ipooed for $9.95. Any bedroom Earned that the Internal Rev-!Labor^vernmenr 0 1    1    SOn     ‘ s     the    Sun    support    the    Conserve-    cd    Cerebral    Palsy    A    mis. of  Percent of normal year Total normal vear  95.8 6.631  Mississippi Stages (Flood Stages in Brackets)  La Crosse (12) 7.8 rise 4 Lansing (18) 9.0 rise .2 Dam 9 (18) 17.8 rise .9 McGregor (18) 10.1 rise .8 Guttenberg (15) 8.7 rise .7 Dubuque (17) 10.7 rise .4 Davenport (15) 9.0 rise .3 Keokuk (16) 8.2 rise .2  Out of Town Births  pooed for $9.95. Any bedroom learned that the Internal after 7 Saturday.    $7.95. Can clean velvet and satin  nue  Service was investigating Th f » ^litirai unrrn has dovnl- live  P art >  Keystone _ Philip Keno upholstery and repair cigaret the Hughes contribution.    ooIS oC ne~J retor s----  bach. ,8 Services Tuesday at | burns. Diamond Carpet. 366- The newsDaoer said Kalm- ?£ ♦    ) L u  P  t  church. Fellmet s, where 8226 —Adv    new.    paper    saiu    ixami    i tdat    a     j e({er    Qn    0 f     com .  ohue’s, where friends may call  Iowa.  friends may    call after noon    .    .    .  Monday.    *    *    *  Onslow — Francis Orr, 82. Residence Entered  Presbyterian    church. Hayden’s    Sebetka,    906    Seventh  in Wyoming, where friends may call after I Sunday.  bach testified he advised Rebozo to inform the IRS that Miss  Few Citizens ct Final Linn Liaison Meeting  There will also be a panel discussion by the conference participants. The conference is open to the public without  charge.  Burned l ast Sunday,  Child Now Serious  A 2-year-old Cedar Rapids boy burned Sunday in a fire is now  At Mar*.halItow n — Mr. and Mrs James Pace, a daughter “ st cd in serious condition in the  fe? r of Va’ry Parc? UMThlrtJ:  bUr "  Uni, . at Universi 'y  hos P itals  J  mons stationery with Wilson’s Marvin. ,     T .    , jiforged signature was used to  at/omm s    Nixon    ^ad, p romo t e a  deal that profited  SW rcDcrted $35 cash ™ TJk     undo,er ™ n ! !d     P or jTony Field, Wilson’s friend and  aw, reported casn    was    tak     ;tl0n 0 f  ( h e  money. Kalmbach    Anther of the nrimp minister’s  in in a breakin Friday    at    her     a i so  t P ctified that Rebozo told    ,  0 ber     prime mimstei .  rnciHonon    ‘    icsuiied tna iteDozo toia i on atime personal secretarv, Bv Tom Fruehling    bv increased insurance rates for  “rlhTL'teen^    ”v Mat, reported .hat    “en,    and    ci.taen    dis-  “ ant »- --'. Sdver    Jcr '    cussed at the meeting, the story    „  gQt pho , osta(s of portj(jns  of I ^to.one' basis'saturd ay    aTihe Jordan added lhal he is spun- day about 8:39 p rn  „ u    ,    •    I    ,    ■    ,i the letter from Ronald Mil-  mont hi v  legislative liaison com-  s °ring an amendment to a hoi-  Tools Taken - A cabinet in    JL SSSJlmim, h,n  hench f..  who _  bou ?. ht ..  lan . d ! mittee' meeting at the Linn met bill which would apply the  county courthouse.  i  ome s. IE Tower ♦ * *  Fire on Train Is Extinguished  VINTON - Vinton firemen extinguished a fire in a Rock Island freight train engine Fri-  an  fourth street NE.  in Iowa Citv.  Three Hurt in Traff ic Misha CS  gers injured Friday in separate accidents were treated at Cedar Rapids hospitals and released.  The pedestrian, Dorothy J. McCalley, 43, of 704 Thirty-second street NE, suffered bruises to both arms. She was taken to St. Luke's hospital.  Mrs. McCalley was struck by a car while in a crosswalk near railroad tracks in the 400 block of Third avenue SE The driver of the car. Dean T. Kisling, 27, of 2111 First avenue  the city street department I  therc is  conflicting testimony as Ii. 1  "'Yu" 0     I'™     a “ u     "‘“'I    county courthouse.    | law on, y  ,0 lhoie under 18  - VCdr   building. 415 First street SW, ? whetter hev were T l969i^ Ml l 5 aVe  ? en,C ?    Seven    Linn    legislators    and    «f W-_  was broken into between March and 19^ or both ta 1970    knowledge    of such a letter s ex-  on|y abou ,  a dozcn of thcir  con-1  , . ...    I and Friday and tools valued at!'  R(>h020 (urno rt  0VC r I OOO old “I??!*' .    „    .    ,    stituents were in attendance New Mormon  David Deklotz. son of Carol    $83 were taken and damage os- c i rat    hills to attorncvs for     on s o e  '''  lm |ios«l a    fl cason  for the sparse    crowd    ,    ,  DeKlotz. 3000 J street SW. was    Amated at $31 was caused to the ,."  h     “ L  June and  n u „ h es lnewS    b!ackoL ‘ l on any lnfolma '    was attributed by Chairman Head    ApOrOVed  injured in a fire caused by burn- cabinet.    I    lawyer    Chester    Davis    gave    the ,10n    abOU '     a  Scotland Yard rn-  John Ha tchett to the fact that it!  mg incense that ignited a sola    +    *    *    ;    .    A    w    ,    f    ,    vestigation    of the alleged forg-  }h fina i  ono of the SO on-to-  SAEr  LAKE- CUA (AI ) -  his residence. He suffered William  S . Kuba now at 411 ?ce Dec 4     3     '    °     cr> ''  Accord “ g t0 press reports ' end legislative session. ‘  S P cnccr  |  ' v K ™ ba11  Saturday ^mage was described as ex-  Rnnm 212 Knha’c i „    .    j    detectives    interviewed Wilson    .    accepted    the sustaining vote oi tensive.  over 40 percent of his body and    Bookkeeping Service 362-4817. ; b i lls °T determine 5  if They had  Friday and took sevcra! samp *     Pc ° p,e ApatheUc    tb( ‘ Church    cf Jesus Christ    of  was originally listed in critical    Complete bookkeeping services. !   h on    nrintrf .  hr , fnrn  1070  T hov 1 ,es of    his S1 8 nature for com P ari ‘    State Sen. Tom Riley    com-    Latter-Day Saints (Mormon)    as  condition.    —Adv.    .    I    .    *    son with the Daily Mail sample, mented. however, that “people its 12th president.  ----7n    /    J?    " aS     Z Way  Government sources would are apathetic, as is evidenced Kimball. 79. became head of  tell if the bills were the same   u — f tir;i  ,    3.3-million-member    church    and Moscow, though the Rus  cabinet.  * * *  * j * •    ,    at his residence. He suffered William S. Kuba him hi hi  ,rc     sccond    and    third    de S rce    burns     1st    Ave.    N.E.,    Room    212.    Kuba’  Authorities said that an air compressor exploded as the train was passing through Vinton This threw oil back over the engine’s filters and they caught fire.  The engineer stopped the train at a crossing 2 miles east of Vinton and the fire department extinguished the blaze  —Mid-East—-  (Continued from Page I.)  FBI Helps Its Own  p K . •.  h ,  ha/ j ,Jsay only that no member of Wil- by the empty seats here today.” the .  !711^77° .71 H, a 7f a l.  P son ’s private staff would have to Besides Riley and Patchett, after the death of Harold Lee  s ian press has dealt with the  i locked in the safe deposit box.  Through Foundation Banks Charges Trial  Pubhritx/ SuDDress  resign as a result of the probe, other officials at the meeting last Dec. 26. But Saturday's cor-; subject at length.  There has been no suggestion were Reps. Joan Lipsky, Wally emony was the first time the Sadat said Wednesday that that Wilson was involved in the    Horn, Jim Wells. Jim    Jordan    membership was asked    to    show    j Egypt went to war with Israel  Publiritv    Sunoressed     deal or that the deal itse,f was    and doe Hinas -    its approval.    last October in defiance of both  ruuiiiuy Juppi aa  u , in any way illegal. But the af- Mrs. Lipsky and Rinas took    ---- the U.S. and the Soviet Union,  It’s    often said    that    the FBI equaling    the amount    raised    an-!    NEW    YORK    (AP)    — Dennis    fair could be politically damag-    part in one brief argument con-    Gets    IO Years    He accused the Russians of de-  “always    gets its    man.”    nually    are    parceled    out    each    Banks,    leader of the    American    ing to Wilson, whose party cam-jceming an adoption bill    now in    IOWA CITY    — James    L.    Mar-    laying promised deliveries cf  And. as is demonstrated by  year * ‘  Just last year >’  he  com- Indian movement and a defen- paigned in the recent general the house.    pie, 24, of Iowa City Friday was weapons.  SW. was charged with failure to the work of the Society ^mental, "we gave one individu-idam in th,- Wounded Knee- oc-flection ir *    *  yield the right-of-way to a pc- Former Special Agent destrian.  The Cairo article said the So-  m favor of curbs on 1  Commenting that “Iowa has sentenced to IU years in the a1 $15,000 at one time. ”    cupation    trial    now    under    way in j vast profits from land specula- very antiquated and very poor men’s reformatory at Anamosa  v ‘ ets wcre  because Egypt  which To be eligible to join the group St. Paul, has accused major tion.    adoption laws,” Rep. Lipsky cri-  on a  charge of robbery without did not consult them before the  Hon Hayw ard. Labor party ticized Rinas for co-sponsoring aggravation.  Marple was ac-  *  #     j    held its north central regional of ex-agents, one must have news media of suppressing    na-  The two lessen »ers were in-  meeting at tbe Roosevelt  Satur- been a special agent for at least tional coverage of the trial.    J general secretary, accused the an amendment which she says  c Jsed of robbing Drug Fair at 6°  iured at the intersection of  lt als °  heI P\ its own - a year.    Banks said Friday that the press of conducting a partisan will “gut the present bill.” Towncrest of about $60 Feb. 18.  Eighth avenue and Sixth str^t    society,    which has 6.000 There are six regions in the Associated Press and United “witch hunt” against Wilson  Arabs decided to lift the embar-  “Main Problem”  qw in a twr    • t ii ,    members in 80 chapters    national organization.    In    the    Press International had been  ,77 °  1-510,1     throughout the United States,    north central region, of which    pressured by the government to  Edward Cinkan, 17,    of    181    Elf-    has  a  quarter million    dollar;Cedar Rapids has    a chapter, are    downplay coverage,  teentn avenue    SW, was    treated    foundation which grants    money    16 chapters from    Ohio, Indiana.! An AP spokesman    said there  at Mercy hospital for a    cut right    to needy ex-FBI agents, their    Michigan,    Illinois, Wisconsin,    ■ had been no requests    or pres-   band -    widows and orphans.    Nebraska, Minnesota and Iowa,    sure of any kind from    any gov-  The second passenger, Bobbie According to resident Dale The Cedar Rapids chapter has eminent agency. The spokes-Rea Sullivan, 19, also of 181 Fif-stoops, an attorney from Oak- 15 members. 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