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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2 Gazette: The Cedar Rapid; Frl., May 31, 1974 "Par Forever A Student Honors Campaign Trail Joel Grimes, NE. has been awarded Questions JS1.500 Sehlumberger Sfands iaivard at loiva Stale university.' Salvation Army Expands Role in Meals Program The Salvation Army Men's So [ciat Service center Friday as-1 i sinned the responsibility (or, I preparation of most of the HILLSBOROUGH. Calif ;lt State university.' t-ongresai Randolph A. Hearst' is a jumor in electrica, The Salvation Army staff Kri day started serving the lunch a Jane Boyd Community House Armv also is supervi: public sympathy for the pre-medicme. r" Symbionese Uberaiion Amy! DebraJeai, Collins. 757 Estroyl' Ulldl' 2 members who died in a police ihome of Joyce and Richard A. Hflh avellue SE- may mean his ter Patricia will forever remain a fugitive. "She can ,'Jdrive .NE, has been'awarded J- Kopecky, candidate 'Scholarship by the University the Democratic nomination (Kansas for ihe 1974-75 academic for Linn county attorney, spoke; go underground James C. Lindsay, Rapids has made the mi; iwuu puiuiiclM: lur i about the ''inconsistencies in op- St. Patrick's Catholic now. I think, forever." he told semester dean's list at the Uni-'' newsman Thursday. Hearst said an increase sympathy after the May Cedar ponents' statements that to demand speedyj they trials and ignore and avoid but the staff there will prepan the meals. Earlier, Ihe Men's Social Ser 17 Shootout with Los Angeles police may make it easier for his daughter and William and Emily Harris, identified by the FBI as the last remnants of the SLA known to be at large, to find refuge and aid among sym- pathizers. Foster Slaying Public sympathy coming from the May 17 Shootout, which was televised live, may offset some of the criticism of the group for its alleged assassination of Oak- land Schools Supt. Marcus Foster, Hearst said. "It was he said of the Foster slaying Nov 6. Two alleged SLA members Joseph Remiro, 27, and Russet Little, 24 are awaiting tria 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 Wolfe said. Wolfe's private investigator, Lake Headley of Los Angeles, said he had information indicat- ing police may have prevented firemen from fighting the blaze until it was too late to save any- one inside, "Idiotic" Tag He alleged that police may have incensed members of the special weapons and tactics team by showing them pictures of an officer slain a week earli- er and telling them the SLA was responsible. "In all my years on the force, I've never heard of anything so said a police spokes- man in denying the allegations. Noguchi denied that the police department had exerted any pressure to get him to rule out an inquest. At a news conference earlier, Wolfe, sometimes crying, told newsmen, "I think that if the inquest is held and conducted in the fashion that we think it should be done, we're still not going to prove anything but we may find out of South Dakota. ccntei. hm, assumed rc, Janet Junttila, 240fi Kiliman-: isponsibility fo rthe food prep jaro drive NE. has received the, Kopecky stated: "The incon-'aration lor congregate meals John F. Murray award from the sistency is apparent when it is'at St. Joseph's Catholic church college of business to dispose of 14 felony'1" lion at the University of Iowa. WMk fouf Iwo Cedar Rapids .sludents Wllrl b, have been inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, a technical honor-] ma-Mlnum of three to four dis' arv fraternity at Iowa State court judges. versity, Ames. Inducted at the! "That dilemma can only be HACAP underwrites the cos of the congregate meal program a.'at the various sites. The lun end of the spring quarter were Kevin Holthaus. fourth street SE, 631 and Thirty- resolved by reasonable using a fair approach to and all Carlson, 2107 Country Club park Richard charges so as to obtain the best Chilean Clergy Praises Junta SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) In an apparent answer to church- men who oppose Chile's mili- tary junta, 21 Roman Catholic priests have issued a letter de- claring their "gratitude and un- breakable adhesion" to the mili- tary men who overthrew Pres- ident Salvador Allende. The signers said they were "authentic spokesmen for an immense portion of the clergy" and that the armed forces coup last Sept. 11 was "patriotic and inspired by fundamental and unalterable Christian principles. School Board Group Elecfs Wiedersberg result. Any other approach is not realistic and would result in chaos." Otto Wiedersberg Otto Wiedersberg, secretary of the Cedar Rapids Community school board, has been elected of the Iowa School Boards Secretaries Assn. begin- ning Jan. Wiedersberg was elected at 'he association's May 24 meet- ing. The association is part of :he Iowa Assn. of School 3oards. The secretaries association is active in trying to influence leg- slation dealing with technical and financial aspects of running a school district. Martin: Juvenile Quarters Needed "Juvenile offenders in Linn county are desperately in need of emergency care and a fitting detention Bill Martin, candidate for the Democratic nomination for county attorney, fold a group of supporters Thursday. Martin said solitary confine- ment in a city jail only festers a juvenile's problem "and is total- ly useless if we are trying to help youngsters adjust their problems." Martin, complimenting those who have opened, their homes For emergency cases, noted that Foster homes are filled and a de- tention home is needed immedi- ately. "Juveniles, as everyone else, react to the treatment given [hem when in need. If we offer little or very poor assistance to juvenile offenders, all other help will be to no he said. Magistrate Court Car Damage Charge Dismissed by Courf A charge of malicious injury o a motor vehicle against Terry A. Allnutt, 2614 Twenty-fourth avenue SE, was dismissed Wednesday in magistrate's court following a preliminary learing. He was charged with damag- ing a, vehicle belonging to Rich- ard Killiger April 20. 20 YEARS AGO Tornados cut a swath across northeast Nebraska, killing four children and injuring at least 18 others. Pair Plead Guilty In Magistrate Court Two persons appeared in magistrate's court Thursday and pled guilty to charges against them. Marvin R. Little, 221 Twenty- third street NE, pled guilty to drunk driving and sentencing was deferred until June 13. He was arrested May 14. Gary Tallman, 2961 street SW, pled guilty Sixth to a charge of possession of con- trolled substance and sentenc- ing was deferred until May 30, 1975. He was charged with hav- ing marijuana in his possession April 6. 30 YEARS AGO A Berlin dispatch confirmed the mob lynching of an American airman shot down in central Germany. c h e o n s are open Mondaj through Friday to everyone over 60 years of age. Partici pants are asked only to pa> what they can afford for the meals. R. Students {To Attend Camp i On Minorities Six young people from Cedar Rapids will attend a program June 2-8 near Madrid focusing on problems of the black minor- ity. Michelle Van Arsdale, 1524 C.R. Drug Numbers To report a violation: Michael Dooley 363-0671 If you need help: Foundation II 362-2174 (4 p.m. lo midnight) Fifth avenue SE; Rene' Clayton, 909 Eighth street SE; Marva Bailey, 1010 Ninth street SE; Steve McNair, 560 Wilder drive SE; Danny Hill, 4000 Council street NE, and Danny Morgan, 712 Ninth avenue SE, will attend the special program. The camp will be conducted by the Iowa State university ex- tension service at the state 4-H [camping center. The Cedar Rapids teens will be joined at the camp by youths from Waterloo, Des Moines, Davenport, Ft. Dodge, Burling- ton and Sioux City. This is the second year for the session. Last year teens covered such topics as busing, recrea- ,tion facilities and black history classes. Nine program aides have been added to 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. Alary Elise Hoegen, 327 Trailridge drive SE, has been graduated from Lindenwood col- ege, St. Charles, Mo. Do you have a special ser- vice? Advertise regularly in the want ads. Dial 398-8234. FREE Hardy Mum Plant with each Potted Rose Brush Purchase PIERSON'S GREENHOUSES, INC. 1800 ELLIS BLVD. N.W. FLOWERPHONE 366-1826 F7D FLORISTS Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 'til 8, Sal. Sun. 'til 5 PROVEN INTEGRITY SENATOR -Mid-East- (Continued from Page 1.) Syrian forces on both sides of (he j buffer zone. i Control by each side of its) own air space. i Return of all wounded prison-; ers of war. supervised by the) International Committee of the lied Cross, within 24 hours of the signing. The morning after the military working group completes its tasks, all remain- ing prisoners will be returned. The prisoners involved include 73 Israelis and 408 Syrians, Mo- roccans and Iraqis. Steven Heyer Awarded Army Scholarship Area Seniors Get Scholarship Two area high school Sradu-awarded to be applied to- i t i ward their freshman years at ales have received umveirity Ames. ships from (lie Cedar Hapids James King, 525 South chapter of the Iowa ICiigiaecrhiglKlevcnlli street, Marion, andMi- sociotv. icliac! lleatoti. 1618 Twenty- Steven R. Heyer j David Hainan, Swishcr. and] fourth street NW, Cedar Rapids, [Paul Winislorfer, 875 Keyesjwere named alternates. Each court, Marion, were given a slide rule. Steven R. Heyer, 2224 De- borah drive SW, has been awarded a four-year army re- llepatnation within 10 days of servc officcrs ,raining the signing of the bodies of It covers tutition. oners who have died. Definition of the disen- gagement accord as "not a peace but a "step toward a just and durable peace...." The two differ over sides continue the type of U. presence in the buffer zone. The Syrians have spoken of U. N. while Israel wants a U. N. "force" to actively pro- !ect the truce from violations. There will be U. N. person- nel with defensive weapons. But Russia joined the U. S. in oroposing that the Security 'ouneil put a new U. N. buffer between the Israelis and he Syrians after thwarting a U. J. move to get such action Thursday. A resolution sponsored by both big powers was circulated 'or the council's adoption es- ablishing a U. Disen- gagement Observer Force "for an initial period of six months, subject to renewal by further resolution of the Security Coun- il." The Russians had objected to creating the force prior to the ieneva signing. Graduates books, laboratory and other cd- ucatjonal expenses, plus a sub- sistence allowance of a month. Heyer was graduated Tuesday from Jefferson high school, where he was a member of the National Honor society for two years. He is enrolled for the fall term at Iowa State university. fo Jensen Are Listed Martin Jensen, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Second district congressman, reported Thursday the Jensen for Congress committee re- ceived in campaign contributions during the ten-day period May 14 through May 23. Total receipts for the commit- tee in 1974 were of which were loans. Expen- ditures for 1974 total Since announcing his can- didacy last October, Jensen said he has received total contribu- tiqns of including for the Jensen Family Fund. 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