Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 28, 1974, Page 10

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette May 28, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues.. May ?8. 1974 Mama New YMCA Summer Program Signup To End on June I Signup time for the Marion Mar courts. Leagues will be YMCA summer program will formed continue through June 7. The Y The YMCA is cooperating is offering activities on the pre-1with the Marion parks depart-Rchool, youth and adult levels, jment in sponsoring the tennis A “Sometimes for Fun” program. Lessons begin June period for pre-schoolers will in- IO. League play is set to start elude ecology hikes, art. story- June 14. telling, music and movement    Summer    Fun education. Classes are for either;    .    , . , * m. .    . in „A summer fun club has been Tuesday or Thursday at IO a m. .    ,    ...    „ ,    •    ,    c    .* . „ „    organized with activities set for and    are    for    5    and 6-year-olds.    b, „    ,    „    * ,c A ..Mi h„ nf-lea°h l-r day except July 5. Ac tivities include a fishing trip, bicycle hike, a picnoc and overnight outing at the “Y”, horseback riding and a treasure hunt for ages three to| at pjnicon Ridge park. set    for Monday.    .. ,    ,    ...    ., The \ branch will provide ac- r Gymnastics classes will be of fered the same age group on one of these days; Monday through Thursday at 10:30. “Kid Power five years is Wednesday or Thursday at 9 a rn. Each class will be limited to 12 members. Youth Activities Youth activities include: three on three junior high basketball for girls and boys; gymnastics, archery and trampoline, grade and junior high. Summer baseball for boys Th* Neighbors Diet Bf rf Clerk <B "SITS MOSTLY PlAIW WTS)?. THATS OUR DIFT SKUTT/ tivities for children each Thurs-1 day from I to 4:30 p.m. for a “Mom’s Day Out”. A three on three men’s and high school boys basketball pro-1 gram is being set up. Other Tribesmen Take Eclipse Minus Violent Reaction PARUS (UPI) — On the basis the affair but it was in vain Lus„vemo!°Ray    AAA Study Sees    Shortage of is Wednesday Non-Leaded Gos for '75 Cars WASHINGTON (AP) Gov. his first public appearance, since returning Sunday from a,...    _    ... . trip lo China, in Cedar Rapids I IWVmndel    oars    will have    a    ape- The governor will addr.™ a «al alr    devu*'    >ut special general membership 'here may    not    be nnongh    at    a Cadae unew fuel needed for such cars. Most | they will Im* forced to replace them at costs of up to $150.’’ luncheon of the Cedar Rapids Marion Chamber of Commerce Wednesday noon at the Roosevelt hotel. Mrs. Ray is expected to accompany the governor. She went to China with him in a del- ,Minimize Problems The report was written by was an internal report by the Anteri- Allium Herman, AAA s can Automobile Association 'expert on environmental all.ms savs    jlegislation. A copy was obtained Unleaded gas will be needed by the Associated Press, for the 1975 cars, which should Officials of the federal Energy Office and the Environ- said John Harper, a deputy assistant administrator of FEO. “The only question is whether there will be enough stations ready when the unleaded gaso- stall line is needed.” “Enough Stations” “We’ve designated enough begin rolling off assembly lilies in less than four months, be mental Protection Agency, egation including governors and eaus^of the intmduction'of The which share responsibility for first ladies of five other states The luncheon is open to all Chamber members, their spouses and invited guests. Reservations should be called to 364-5135. device, called a catalytic pollution said they non-leaded new converter. If the problem arises, the AAA report says, “then some of the nation’s approximately Kl million new car owners will not --find unleaded gas when they Want ads do    more    things    for    need it and must have it. lf tliey more people .    . . ecoomically    turn to leaded fuel, it will slowly and fast! Dial 398-8234    destroy their converters and lems. there with and fuel regulations, did not expect any gas supply prob-However, they conceded j could be some problems iare going distribution, a ii o t h e r port.” stations for the gas,” said Charles Freed, chief of the fuels and imports branch of EPA. “Supply and distribution are FEO’s area and there are a few problems there, but I’m told it’s nothing egregious.” However, Herman said. “We to stand by the re- danger area pointed to in Herman’s report. “There is going to be enough gas, we’re reasonably sure,’ I nvestigator Doubts 'Grandiose Theories' Behind Slaying of King adult activities include jogging tribal history and legend, ob- The tribesman concluded: ‘The for and exercise and karate.    servers    expected that a total eclipse of the sun might trigger I1 amil> Night Swims (panic, riots, human sacrifices x. j m . f .. ,    5    Family night swims will be and many other frightened re ages 6 and 7 and for those ag jTuesday, Wednesday and F*ri- J actions among primitive tribes- - IO years have been set UP I day at 7:30 p.m. and family men.    {Francillon    said,    was    that Leagues will be formed for the gVm js set for Wednesday and So scientists standing by latter group.    Friday at 7. A day camp for boys and girls gwjm instruction will ages 7-11 years has been set | fered to all    ages, pre for youngsters in the Cedar Ra- brough adult.    A summer    AAU    [tribesmen as the    moon    blacked pids-Marion area, and Camp tpam wijj ^ f0rrned at the    “Y”.    out the sun — were    primed    for Wapsie “Y” will handle boys 7 yjie tpam wjp    practice daily at    almost anything    I    Three    other    drench    scientists MEMPHIS. Tenn. (AP) - The According to Iuvingston, eight story of Lincoln Wilkes Booth. Americans go to the moon. \ou pgi agent who directed the in- men were involved in King’s, Wilke and your Concorde SST, you hid| vestigation into the murder of death, with Ray the “patsy.” He “Fi the sun-    Dr. Martin Luther King says the said Ray was “. . . just a gulli- pie w The report said AAA representatives. in extensive contacts [with automobile, oil and government officials, found: While only IO percent of the driving public would have to use the non-leaded gas, at least 62 percent of the cars on the road could use it, raising the prospect of extra demand on small supplies. M a j o r gasoline marketers (were guaranteeing some unleaded gas only to their company-ifteen years from now pco-iopei.a(ed statjons |eaving j„. and John! ill ask the same questions, dependent service stations with- One reason for the general facts of the case don’t lend ble-tvpe sort of fellow, easily but my personal opinion now    supplies ack of huge surprise or fear, f b e rn s e I v e s to “grandiose influenced and led around. He bes with the public record. I    \    formulas    designating in theories” of conspiracy.    had never been a high-powered have no personal theories what- u S|a»ions must carry the in nmny of the areas ' Ihe aulhori-: ‘.|t was a relatively simple criminal all hts life, just penny .soever that differ with the;|ln|Mriwl ’d not cive wide the .South American tropics and lies had notified the population (hj „ R#bprt Jcnsen sajd in a ante stuff. .."    ,    record of the case.’ be of- the heart of Africa last June 3t> of the eclipse by radio and other,    interview.    “A    man    Case. -school! — to record the reaction of means of communications.”    'a man Women Only h to 15 years. Ca not* Trip 5 p.m.. Monday through Friday. Recreational swimming for Four years and older.    j    lions.    Not    even'    too    much    «—    IU*    “omen. Tennis lessons have been set: may completed by contacting .p. ,, up for boys and girls ages 8 -16. 'he Marion branch Y office.    » Lessons will be held on both the Marion Independent and Linn- which stations unleaded gas do not give enough distribution for the prod-#    uct,    particularly in rural areas. Jensen described the hives I Three Receive    In    the end. the gasoline mar*- .,    -    .    i facturers may be taking the Minor IniuriGS wrong chemical out of the gaso- I In Auto Crash t:,SS: in was killed. A man was caught. In many ways,, it was like anyL. ,«    ...    ,, ' the stature of "Sa l0" as » '*««•    well| worked, well handled. I rn sa other case, but In Contact Livingston, gists, men who compare the oil- Africa among the Touareg. The tv .    . j I vniith and adults will be avail-!lures various peoples, said camP they observed had a spe- A canoe trip is being fanned >oujh ia d adu s    t witnessed no ritual execu- cia! aspect - the men had gone Robprt   ....._...... lear Ely, Minn., for boys 14 able rn t e l poi I.    ..tuitions    or in fact any violent reac- in search of food, leaving only for James Ear, Ray said Friday tions. Not even too much awe. women.    bp    bas    been jn peri(>dic con. have just released a re- The women were at the camp tact since March with a repreport on their findings.    well    about    noon    when    the    moon    sedative of the “men who aetu- In South Ethiopia among an    hid the sun. Francillon said the    ajjy carried out the    slaying of Hirknrv smakwt    barbecued    isolated    Nyangatom tribe. Serge    scientists reported:    pr. Martin Luther    King, jr.” ribs    shriniD and chicken    Tornay    founcl that the spiritual As the darkness intensified,    Ray> the only person    charged in served    Wednesdays    Stickney’s    *eader    the 8rouP decided to    one woman, immobile, a veil on    the case, pleaded guilty to four score boa rd.—Adv. Glasses End Friday In Marion Schools ♦ * * smoked (spit on the women in order to her head, kneeled apart from dering King, and is now serving make the sun come back. Tor- the others. She shook with con- a 99-year prison sentence. Friday is the final day of classes for the 1973-74 school i year in both the Marion Independent and Linn-Mar school districts. Both districts will have teacher in-service days on Saturday. Report cards will be mailed out to parents of children in all grades in the Marion Independent district. The Linn-Mar district has no set policy concerning report cards. Cards will be mailed to high school students’ homes. In the other grades, report cards are expected to be sent home with the students on Friday. St. Josephs Catholic school classes end Thursday. Report cards will be sent home with the students. * * * Returns    Home    —    Margaret Mcfford, 1430 Thirteenth avenue. Marion, has returned home from Mercy hospital following major surgery. ♦ *    * Early summer    sale    —    Rose    s Candle Niche. — Adv. ♦ *    * YMCA — Wednesday’s activity    schedule    at    the    Marion YMCA is: Non-aquatic — adult! open gym 9 arn. and 6 p.m.,! grade school gym 4. gymnastics1 club 5; pool — adult swim 9 a.rn and 7:30 p rn , youth swim 3 30, lifesaving class 4:30, swim team 6. *    *    * Board To Meet — Linn-Mar board of education will meet Thursday at 7:30 pm in the administration building. *    *    * Return Home — Mrs L. M. Brown, 969 Sixth avenue, and ht r sister, Mrs. 1) P Rinard of Cedar Rapids, returned home Monday from a three-week vacation at North I>ake Tahoe. ey were guests in Shoulder Tops nay said this must have appeared a sure remedy since it is vestigated    murders    in    criminal    collision at tho    intersection of    search is ^njie r    m history.    Tenth    street and    Second avenue    now, the ethylene dibromide ••There is little doubt that ii SE. None was hospitalized. _-»"•>=* and the lead goes. was an extensive and in-depth Janice K. Dales, 33, of 3707 G    .    • investigation.” he said. “It was avenue NE, a driver of one ol J OUth Q»/hcirCJ©Cl worldwide, nvolving the cooper- the cars,, suffered a cut linger    A    X    + R .alfin ation of Canadian authorities, and face scratches. She refused    /\TT6r    DrGaKln the Royal Canadian mounted hospital treatment.    A    14-year-old boy was charged police,    Scotland    Yard    and    Her    son. Brad,    7, was treated    with breaking    and entering many, many others.    We    ex-    for a    bump on    the head and    Monday after the    occupant of a plored every angle and the only released.    house    discovered him in the res- A passenger in the other car. idence. no evi- Evelyn Edmonds, 50, of 2428 Wis- Police said the >outh was aria con- consin street SW. was treated rested at the residence of a for injuries to the head, right friend. vulsive movements. There was^ “if he (Livingston) has some- a brief moment of total silence,    thing, more power to him, said    thing is that when the case    defile same rite    the tribe    uses    ten other women I apparently)    j Jensen, who now is head of se-    eloped, we could find each month to    make    the    new    attacked by the spirits curled    curdy for an international motel    dence of such a thing moon reappear.    up. covering themselves with    firm. He said he had not read    spiracy).” Others    Calm    their cloihing. They sobbed and    Livingstons claims because    Jensen sajd when the FBI    had knee and left elbow and re- Jean Land, 1104 Thirty-eighth ....    ,,    ^ those who remained there was “no particular reason lled (he fac|g „a . leased.    street    SE,    scared the youth ’h * * * enUrds and cover- 1 ea    *    ,0    m    m    fof t0 read ”    ,    ,    sentative    of the attorney gener-1 Police said Mrs. Dales’ north- away when she found him inside t'hpmsplvps with rlav other “TK ii    th    nm    n    I    5    **    als office followed through and bound car and a westbound car her residence. Neighbors saw ^themselves with clay, other The eclipse over, Hie women oped were made public, Jen-, rcchec.ked th(. materia,.” driven bv Mrs. Edmonds’him run to a nearby house tribes remained calm.    got    up one by one. Those who sen said.    “Many people don t A Nanterre university profes-jwere the most struck were want to accept what the facts sor, Gerard Francillon, was at taken into the shade and per-.are because in many instance* the village of Takamala on the;fumed cotton balls were placed they don’t lend themselves to u u    *    *    *    .u    j u    .    a- i , Chart river rn the Central A/ri-(under their nostrils." I grand*.™ theories But we had to |    have ev,r pul 10 resl lhc d.s..b.-y.»K a truth,■ signal (can Republic. He told a news The scientists said this is the go with what facts we had ! (conference “the big subject of normal treatment for persons Theories and suppositions don’t; wonder for the Sara tribe was the Touareg believe are pos- hold up in court.” (that we had come from so farjsessed by spirits.    j    Alleging    a conspiracy behind for something so minor. One of in summing up the findings, the April 4. 1968. shooting of [them, explaining the thoughts of Francillon said that all along King in Memphis, Livingston I friends, asked, ‘Why have you!the path of the eclipse the peo- said the intermediary he talked I chosen us at Takamala?’    I pie were more interested in its j to is seeking immunity from gave him our reasons but meaning than its natural reality j prosecution for the baying con- “The case was analyzed and daughter, Mary lx)u, 19, colhd- where he was arrested by po-it will continue to be analyzed,” cd.    lice. I he said. “I don't think history) Mrs. Dales was charged with Nothing I breakin. was taken in the he still wanted a better explana- lur what caused it tion, so he asked, Why have He said the general conclu-you set off this eclipse here and sion drawn from the study was: not in your own country?’ I tried (“The cosmic phenomenon is not to disclaim any responsibility in considered an event but a sign.” spirators. He said they want to testify “in revenge” against “four Southern gentlemen” who allegedly hired them, not Ray, to kill King Cavie* \\ I vet Cit Nev., whet the home Press w ood Mr Mrs. Ii A New! Flirty ruffles run all around these pretty tops! Ruffle up fun and compliments in midriff tops with elastic at top and bottom. Crochet of heavy 8-cord cotton or sport yarn. Pat. 562: Misses’ 8-16; Child’s 4-IU included. Seventy-five cents each pattern — add 25 cents each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, The Cedar Rapids Gazette, 42 Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print pattern number, name, address, zip. at Times Camera ANNUAL SPRING PHOTO SHOW Savings Galore! Register for prizes. Check our ad in Thursday s Gazette for sure! Times CAMERA CENTER 1413 1st Ave. SE PUBLIC AUCTION STATH OH IOWA ISHO VKHICLES Stale Vehicle Dispatcher's Garage Des Moines, Iowa Saturday, June I, 1974 Time: 10:00 A.M. \ I HK LLS WH I, KC soi l) As IS, WUU NO (.I VK WILKS OR WAKKAMIhS, TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, WITHOUT RESERV ATION. AUCTION CONDUCTED AT State Vehicle Dispatcher’s Garage 301 E. 7th STREET, DES MOINES, IOWA Whit !<••> may 1>«* inspected at th*- State parking lot East 7th and Court oil Friday, May 31. from 8:00 a rn. to 4 in p in and from H (Hi until ID 'Mi a iii , June I. Auction will begin promptly al 10:00 a.m. in the State Vehicle Dispatcher s Garage, turner of East 7th and Walnut Streets, IM.EASE NOTE TERMS OE M ITTON SVI.E 1 NO PERSONAL OK COMPANY (HECKS WILL HE ACCEPTED TOR HIE t2l0.U0 DEPOSll OR UNAL SETTLEMENT. 2 Bl VER MI ST BE ll \ EARS OLD OR OVER. 3 V HID DI POSH Is SOI KEO! IKE!) I NTH. THE KIRST VEHICLE IS pl RI HASKIE then a $200.00 dept,sit (< ash or certified cite. k, traveler's check, postal money order, ( ashler s cheek, or hank draft) made payable or endurable to the State of Iowa, WIEL HOLD ONE OK SEVERAL VEHICLES. (Exception. Political Subdivisions mav use either Requisition or Purchase Order in lieu of deposit). 4 E i ria I settlement mav be made the day of aru Hon. anti final settlement must be completed and vehicles moved (ram the premises bv 12:M NOON, Thursday, June I. All deposits wit) be forfeited if balance due Is not satisfied. 5 iowa Sales Tax will not be collected at the auction. State Sales Tax where applicable will be paid to the County Treasurer at time of application for license. ti Title transfer on final settlement. Jn Transit paper license plates will be furnished by the State Vehicle Dispatcher to the successful bidder. Auction will C onsist of Approx. 15H Units IT- H72 Plvmouth (Duster) <( unipod) I evl 2 dr A/C A/T P/S Radio ll H72 Vrnfriran (Hornet) (Compart) 6 e>I I dr A/( A/T P/S Radio I 1172 Dodxe (Polar a I (IN engine) 2-dr Hardtop A/C VT P/S P/H Radio 21 1172 Vtnerlcait (Vmbassador) (til engine) 4 dr Sedan V/( VT P/S P/H Radio 21 1172 Dodge (Polara) (JIH engine) ( dr Sedan A/< VT P/S P/H Radio 2i- 1172 < hrvsler (Newport) ( uslorn I dr Sedan V< A/T P/S /P/B Radio I 117/ Plv mouth (Suburban) HS# engine) 3-seat Wagon A/( A/T P/S P/H Radio 7- 1172 Vrnerican (Ambassador) (IVD engine) k pass Wagon \/( A/1 P/S P/H Radio I 1172 ( heirolet ( townsman) (371 engine) 3 seal Wagon \/< A/T P/S P/H Radio a 1179 ( heirolet (townsman) (JVI engine) 3 seat Wagon \/( VAI P/S P/H Radio 3 1171 PlvmeulH (tur\ ll) (3IH engine) I dr sedan \/( A/T P/S P/H Radio I 1172 Dodge Inn I'm hup VT I 1171 Dodge Panel Van V/l I- 1171 Dodge W indow Van 12 pass • sld ti ans. I 1171 International >j Ion T ruck I speed trans 1 1171 ( heirolet I (on Truck - I creed trans. w Rack and Holst 2 Hi* ( hevroift ton Pickup - A/T I- 1171 Dodge Power Wagon Ion PU hup tvIw I speed Irons, and Wack I IIVI I hevrole! I ton Truck - I speed Iraan, w Rack and Hoist I- IIVI I Ord ■'« ton Pickup - 4 speed trans 3 HIH < hevrolet Panel Van :,t ton - 4 speed Irons. I- HIH I Ord ill - lilt ( ah a speed bans, w IV Platform ll ton . Twin Holst I UVV I ord Pickup 4 wheel drive - 4 speed trans. w Snow Plow I- ilka ford Truck I bassis l'a Ion <331 engine) 4 speed trans. I- HVT ford I ton Truck (V cyI) 4 speed trans. w Box, Rack and Hoist. lins auction is open to all individuals as well as dealers! ALL VEHICLES HAV ti BEEN SAI ETY INSPECTED. Auction Conducted hy— Sou th to un Entrcprises, Inc*. Tov tv lohnson Audion ( o. (call Mc Vnln< h, Auctioneer THE PRICE OF A FAMILY- SIZE PIZZA EVERY WEDNESDAY NITE! Wednesday nile is Family Nite with reduced prices, piano and banjo music, singing and all sorts of carrying on! SHUEY 4810 I st Avenue N.E. 377-8235 ;

  • Allium Herman
  • Charles Freed
  • Evelyn Edmonds
  • Gerard Francillon
  • Janice K. Dales
  • John Harper
  • Martin Luther King
  • Mrs L. M. Brown

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: May 28, 1974

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