Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 31, 1974, Page 2

Cedar Rapids Gazette

May 31, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Fri.. May 31, 1974 "Pat Forever A Fugitive"-- Campaign T rail Joel Salvation Army Expands Role in Meals Program —Mid-East— (Continued from Page I I Grimes, 1633 Wildwood Ua^ r c+ Po drive NE» has bec*n awarded the Kopeck y Questions I $!,5oo schlumbergcr collegiate Opponents' Stands HILLSBOROUGH.    Calif. (AP) award at Iowa    state university.    s kj - Randolph A. Hearst fears'He is a Junior    in electrical en-    k    ' mL public sympathy for the six,gineering; and pre-medicine. Symbionese Liberation Amy! ^    ^    (    eandidatelf'    “    “rvi"S ">e lunch at members who died in a police ' , V .    4? ?r f t for th,    m    Jane    Bovd    Community    House. shootout rn av mean    his dauuh ^hola,shlP b>' the I nivvrsity of    f™    'ho tVmocratic    nomination    The    Armv    als0    js    supervisjng shootout mas mean    daut.h-_ Kansas for the    1974-75 academie    for    Linn county    attorney,    spoke    the    food    purchase    for    meals    tit tee Patricia will forever remain year.    jabout the -'inconsistencies in op.;St. Patrick's Catholic churel, a fugitive.    James    C.    Lindsay, Cedar ponents' statements that they hut the staff there will prepare The Salvation Army Men’s So cial Service center Friday sumed the responsibility for preparation of most of the meals in HACAP congregate at a coffee at the,meals program for senior citi-home of Joyce and Richard A. zens- Pundt, 2451 Fifth avenue SF J Tho Salvation Army staff Fri- Svrian forces on both sides of the buffer zone. Control by each side of its as- own air space. Return of all wounded prisoners of war. supervised bv the International Committee of the Red Cross, within 24 hours of the signing. The morning after the military working group completes its tasks, all remaining prisoners will be returned. The prisoners involved include 73 Israelis and 408 Syrians, Moroccans and Iraqis. Steven Heyer Awarded Army Scholarshi p “She can go underground Rapids has made the second are going to demand speedy ^ . ,    ‘    Lanier,    the    Men    s Social Ser- I mid ,sucre and avoid plea vj(,, cemer had assumed bargaining Steven R. Heyer Area Seniors Get Scholarship Two arca high school gradu awarded $5110 to hr^pplied to--i trun i i.... ward their freshman years at ates have received $.>00 Senoia!    unjverRity    in    Ames. I ships from the Cedar Rapids james King, 525 South chapter of the Iowa    engineering    eleventh street, Marion, and    Mi- * society.    ch ae I Heaton, 1618 Twenty- David Hainan, Swisher, and fourth street NW, Cedar Rapids. Paul Winistorfer,    875    Keye.s    were named alternates, c o nit, Marion,    were    each    was given a slide rule. Each trials now. I think, forever,’’ he told a semester dean's list at the Uni newsman Thursday.    versav of South Dakota    -    -------------*-— vice center natl assumed re Hearst said an increase in Janet Junttila, 2406 Hillman 1),irKaining-    i    sponsibility fo rthe food prep- sympathy after the May    17    jaro drive NE. has received the    Kopecks’    stated: “The    ineon-    aration    tor    congregate    meals shootout with Los Angeles police    John F. Murray award from the    sistency is    apparent when it is    at    St*    Joseph’s    Catholic    church may make it easier for    his    college of business administra-    necessary to dispose of 14    felony daughter and William    and    lion at the University of Iowa Emily Harris, identified by the Two Cedar Rapids students cases per week with only four in Marion. HACAP underwrites the cost . .    .    courtrooms    available inducted into Phi a technical honor-.maximum of three to four ary fraternity at Iowa State uni- triet court judges, versity, Ames. Inducted at the “That dilemma can only be end of    the spring quarter were    resolved by    using a fair    and ,    Kevin    Holthaus. 631 Thirty-    reasonable    approach to    all ublic    sympathy    coming Porn    fourth    street SE, and Richard    charges so a? to obtain the    best the May    17 shootout,    which was    Carlson,2107 Country Club park-    result. Any    other approach is televised live. may offset some!wavSE. FBI as the last remnants of the have been SLA known to be at large, to Kappa Phi find refuge and aid among sympathizers. Foster Slaving of the congregate meal program and a at the various sites. The lun-dis-i c h e o n s are open Monday through Friday to everyone over BO years of age. Participants are asked only to pay what they can afford for the meals. of the criticism of the group for its alleged assassination of Oakland Schools Supt. Marcus Foster, Hearst said “It was unforgivable,” he said of the Foster slaying Nov. 6. Two alleged SLA members — Joseph Remiro. 27, and Russell Little. 24 — are awaiting trial for Foster’s murder. In Los Angeles, Coroner Thomas Noguchi said he had not ruled out an inquest into the gun battle and deaths. He made the comment after meeting with Dr. L. S. Wolfe, father of William Wolfe, one of the victims, and the American Civil Liberties Union. “We’re looking for the truth,” Wolfe said Wolfe’s private investigator. Lake Headley of Los Angeles. said he had information indicating police may have prevented firemen from fighting the blaze until it was too late to save anyone inside. School Board Group Elects Wiedersberg (not realistic and would result in chaos.” Martin: Juvenile Quarters Needed C. R. Students To Attend Camp On Minorities Steven R. Heyer, 2224 Deborah drive SW, has been awarded a four-year army re-Repatriation within IO days of serV(» officers training corps the signing of the bodies of pris- scholarship. It covers tutition, oners who have died.    books, laboratory and other ed it e f i n i t i o n of the disen- uea(ional expenses, plus a sub gagcment accord as “not a sistence allowance of $100 a peace agreement," but a “step month. toward a just and durable Heyer was graduated Tuesday peace . .    from Jefferson high school. The two sides continue to whcre was a member of the differ over the type of U. NJNationa! Honor society for two presence in the buffer zone. The >cars Syrians have spoken of U. NJ ls onroded f°r the fall “observers,” while Israel wantsrerrn Iowa State university. a U. N. “force” to actively pro-    ”    “ ted the truce from violations !Contributions to There will be 1.250 U. N. person- Jensen Are Listed nel with defensive weapons. But Russia joined the U. S. in oroposing that the Security Council put a new U. N. buffer zone between the Israelis and the Syrians after thwarting a U. S. move to get such action rimes ('.anu ra presents, HONEYWELL PENTAX > Six young people from Cedar i Thursday. Otto Wiedersberg “Juvenile offenders in Linn Rapids will attend a program county are desperately in need June 2-8 near Madrid focusing of emergency care and a fitting ion problems of the black minor-detention home.” Bill Martin, ity. candidate for the Democratic Michelle Van Arsdale, nomination for county attorney,: Fifth avenue SE; Rene’Clayton. told a group of supporters 909 Eighth street SE; Marva Thursday.    Bailey.    1010    Ninth    street SE; Martin said solitary confine- steve McNair, 560 Wilder drive ment in a city jail only festers a'SE: Danny Hill, 4000 Council juvenile's problem “and is total-1 street NE, and Danny Morgan. Iv useless if we are trying to'712 Ninth avenue SE. will attend help youngsters adjust their sPcciaI Pegram. Otto Wiedersberg. secretary problems.”    The    camp    be conducted of the Cedar Rapids Community!    by the Iowa State university exschool board,    has    been    elected    ‘    ,    a    0>e    tension    service    at    the    state 4-H president of    the    Iowa    School    have    opened    their    homos Boards Secretaries Assn. begin-    for ‘■"Agency    cases,    noted    that    Th»„    „ ning Jan. I, 1975. Wiedersberg was elected at the association’s May 24 meeting. The association is part ofi the Iowa Assn. of School1 A resolution sponsored both big powers was circulated for the council’s adoption establishing a U. N. Disen-1524 jgagement Observer Force “for an initial period of six months, subject to renewal by further resolution of the Security Council." Boards. Idiotic Tag    . The secretaries association ^ juvenile offenders, all other help He alleged that police mayj active in trying to influence leg- wll! be tono avail;* he caid. have incensed members of the j islation dealing w ith technical___ special weapons and tactics and financial aspects of running  - team by showing them pictures a school district of an officer slain a week earli-    ____ The Cedar Rapids teens will be joined at the camp by youths from Waterloo. Des Moines. Davenport, Ft. Dodge. Burlington and Sioux City. This is the second year for the .session. Last year teens covered little or very jPoor assistance^ such ,opics as busing recrca. jtion facilities and black history ;classes. foster homes are filled and a detention home is needed immediately. “Juveniles, as everyone else, react to the treatment given them when in need. If we offer Martin Jensen, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Second district congressman,! reported Thursday the Jensen for Congress committee received $4,141.81 in campaign^ contributions during the ten-day kv period May 14 through May 23. Total receipts for the commit-! tee in 1974 were $18,723. of which $2,280 were loans. Expon-1 ditures for 1974 total $18,107. Since announcing his can-; didacy last October. Jensen said he has received total contribu-j tions of $22,260, including $4,809' is 3rd Annual SPRING PHOTO SHOW Tommorow 4 Factory “Reps” 90 as* rpi rj„r.cu . „Lln„(nj for the Jensen Familv Fund. The Russians had objected to „    .    ...    \ creating the force prior lo the    C™Phavent Geneva signing. taled $20,668. according to Jensen. IO YEARS AGO - Quarreling politicians who spent their careers in the shadow of Prime Minister Nehru searched for a Mary Elise Hoegen, 327 new leader but the power vaeu- Trailridge drive SE, has been graduated from Lindcnwood college. St. Charles, Mo. Special Show Prices Register for Free Prizes ( heck our Ad in Lust Evenings Gazette Times CAMERA CENTER 1413 First Avenue SE ('limes Theatre llhlp) urn persisted sion struggle India. in of the succes-danger for cr and telling them the SLA was responsible. “In all my years on the force. I've never heard of anything so idiotic,” said a police spokesman in denying the allegations. Noguchi denied that the police department had exerted any pressure to get him to rule out an inquest. Magistrate Court Car Damage Charge Dismissed by Court A charge of malicious, injury' ,    ..    .    to a motor vehicle against Terry Alta news conference earlier. A Annutt 2fil4 twenty-fourth Wolfe, sometimes crying, (old avenue SE was dfsmiss(,d newsmen, ' think that lf the Wednesday jn magls,rates inquest is held and conducted in :cour, following a prellmmarv the fashion that we think it hearing should be done, we're still not going to prove anything but we may find out something.” C.R. Drug Numbers To re port a violation; Michael Dooley 363*0671 lf you need help: Foundation ll . 362*2174 (4 p.m. to midnight) * * * Nine program aides have been added lo the Linn county! extension staff to conduct a summer 4-H program for inner: city Cedar Rapids youngsters, according to Tom McCormick, extension 4-H and youth leader. you have a special scr-..vj? Advertise regularly in the want ads. Dial 398-8234. Do I v ice' IN CEDAR /^RAPIDS He was charged with damaging sl vehicle belonging to Richard Killiger April 20. Chilean Prais r ergy es Junta Pair Plead Guilty In Magistrate Court Two persons appeared in SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — In magistrate s court Thursday an apparent answer to church-pied guilty to charges men who oppose Chile’s mill- J against them tary junta, 21 Roman Catholic; Marvin R Little, 221 Twenty-! priests have issued a letter de- third s{reet NE pled guilty toi daring their grati ude and un-|drunk driving and sentencing! breakable adhesion” to the mili- was deferred until June 13. We tary men who overthrew Pres- was arrested May 14 ident Salvador Allende    Gary    Tallman,    2961 Sixth The signers said they were street SW. pled guilty to a “authentic spokesmen for an charge of possession of con-immense portion of the clergy” trolled substance and sentenc-j and that the armed forces coup ing was deferred until May 30, last Sept. ll was “patriotic and 1975. He was charged with hav-' inspired by fundamental and mg marijuana in his possession unalterable Christian principles. 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